1870 Brooklyn Eagle liquor list Noble, A.,
Wolcott n Richards, MISCELLANEOUS
Not listed 1870 directory.
Birth: Circa 1845 Ireland
Occupation: Stonecutter, liquor
1865: brick, Andrew Noble 28, Ireland laborer,
Lettia Noble 25, Ireland,
John Noble 1, Kings Co.
John c 1865
- Mary/Elizabeth c 1867
- ✟ Sarah circa 1870 - in 1870 census NOT in 1875 census
- Andrew 1871
Andrew Dominick Noble
Birth Date: 15 Mar 1871
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York
Father: Andrew Noble
Mother: Theresa Odonnell
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Dec 1937: Name listed as ANDREW DOMINICK NOBLE
- Maggie c 1875
1871 Directory, Andrew Noble liquors, Wolcott n Richards - no other Nobles in Red Hook.
1872, Andrew Noble
Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn, New York, City Directory, 1872
1873: Noble, Andrew, stonecutter, home Hamilton ave n Luquer
1874: Noble, Andrew, liquors, h 345 Van Brunt - also James Noble at 142 Conover labourer and
John Noble, seaman, at 271 Van Brunt.
1876: Noble, Andrew, liquors, h 345 Van Brunt
1877, 1878: Noble, Andrew liquors 14 Carroll no other Nobles in Ward 6 or 12.
In 1875 14 Carroll was listed under AUCTION SALES as "a three story brick with store"
1870: Ward 12, Andrew Noble 26, stone cutter, $600, Ireland,
Letitia Noble 23, Ireland,
John Noble 5,
Mary Noble 3,
Sarah Noble 1
1875 census: 68 Wolcott, frame $1,000, not listed as the owner, Andrew Noble M 30, Ireland, stone cutter,
wife Letitia Noble 27,
John Noble 11,
Eliza Noble 8,
Andrew Noble 3,
Maggie Noble 1
1875: 54 Wolcott September, John McCauley a liquor dealer was arrested and accused of setting fire to his store at 54 Wolcott.
The fire was set in four places. Rosin and wood chips had been used to make the fire. The house and furniture were fully insured.
McCauley testified that he kept a liquor store at 54 Wolcott and that he owned the building where he had lived since 1872. He stated
that a fire broke out in the basement of his store around 2 o'clock
the morning. He was sleeping on the "hall bedroom" on the second floor with his wife and child. He had a tenant on the third floor.
He had locked the store door and bolted the front hall door. The back basement hall door was left open for the
use of the watercloset under the back stoop. He had gone to bed at fifteen minutes before midnight.
The beer pumps for the store were in the basement. The store contained some "barrels" of liquor.
There was a bedroom in the back basement. McCauley had about $500 worth of stock in the store.
He was insured by the Clinton Insurance Company for $400 on the front and $200 on the "rear house"
and at the Fire insurance Company of Philadelphia for $1,600 on the furniture liquors etc. plus $1,000 on the rear house with
Emporium Insurance company and $1,500 on the front house with Lancashire.
He had a mortgage on the house of $500.
1877: 14 Carroll
A Respectable young married woman with a fresh breast of milk who has just
lost her own child desires a baby to wetnurse at her residence;
can furnish doctor's reference. Call or
address for two days at 14 Carroll street.
1878: 14 Carroll Mrs Margaret Travers was cutting wood in her cellar at 14 Carroll when she discovered some bones
from a human hand and thigh. After an investigation it was determined that the bones had been brought there with some
dirt when the celler was "filled" about five years before.
1878: Andrew Noble
Brooklyn, New York, USA
1879: 14 Carroll had a tenant on the top floor front.