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From: "Kari Farnell" <>
Subject: Re: [LDR] Noble-Hignutt land location
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 07:43:18 -0500
I know where a Hignutt road is over in that same area, but it is off of Md.
Route 16. I have never been down that road to see if there is a Noble that
connects to it or not. I can try to do that some weekend for you, but can't
give any guarantees to when as my schedule is crazy now that school is back
Kari Andrew Farnell
researching Andrew, Shick, Fischbach, Appel, Lomax, Harrison
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gwen Hignutt-Wint" <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 12:09 AM
Subject: [LDR] Noble-Hignutt land location
> On the 1850 census I find my fathers, mothers maternal family of Noble
> living 5 "farms" down from his fathers family of Hignutt. I know where
> his fathers family of Hignutt's farm was. It was the corner of Noble Road
> and Rt. 404.
> The Hignutt family came first on the census, how can I tell in which
> direction the census taker was going (and they were traveling down Noble
> Rd., I do know)? How also could I try to calculate how far 5 farms would
> have been at that time? I know it was still located on Noble Road as
> William Noble in buried on that farm on Noble Rd.
> I have been trying for over 5 years to find this farm. Can anyone point me
> in the right possible direction? I would appreciate any and all
> Thank you!
> Gwen Hignutt-Wint
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