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Saxton William Armstrong Noble

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Sir Saxton William Armstrong Noble (c1863- ) of Sir W. G. Armstrong Mitchell and Co., Elswick Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

1863 born on 13 February, son of Sir Andrew Noble and Margery Durham Campbell.

1891 He married Celia Brunel James, daughter of Arthur James, on 23 July

1911 Living at Kent House, Knightsbridge: Saxton Noble (age 48 born Newcastle), Engineering Director. With his wife Celia and two daughters and many servants.[1]

Managing director Armstrong Whitworth

1942 died on 12 October

1942 Obituary [2]

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Sources of Information

  • The Peerage [1]