Counties in Indiana, Ohio, and Oklahoma. Noble County in Indiana was named for Noah Noble, an early governor of that state; Noble County in Ohio was named for James Noble, an early settler; and Noble County in Oklahoma was named for John Noble, Secretary of the Interior from 1889 to 1893.
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Noble was a wooden bark purchased by the Navy 2 December 1861 at Sag Harbor, N.Y., for the “Stone Fleet”. She was sunk in a channel leading to Savanah, Ga., early in 1862.