Name: NOBLIN, JOHN M. (ADAH record has John H. Noblin)
Rank: Private
Enlisted: 3 March 1862 at Westville, Dale County
Service History: 
Date of Birth: abt 1842 Place of Birth: Houston County, Georgia
Date of Death: 28 April 1862 (disease) Place of Death: Richmond, Virginia
Buried: Virginia
Father: William James Noblin (b 1787 in Halifax County, North Carolina, d bef 1860 in Georgia; son of William Noblin and Lucy Haynes)
Mother: Susan N. Court (b abt 1796 in North Carolina, d bef 1860 in Georgia)
Spouse(s): Susanna //
Children: None
Occupation: Farmer
Residence(s): Dale County, Alabama
Other: 
Claim filed September 15, 1862 by Susanna Noblin, widow, Newton, Dale County, Alabama
These brothers also served:
Mathias Noblin, Co G, 33rd Alabama Infantry Regt., one of the 18 Confederate soldiers and officers who were killed in a train wreck near Cleveland, Tennessee, on 5 November 1862. 
Andrew Jackson Noblin, Co G, 33rd Alabama Infantry Regt., wounded and captured at Perryville, Kentucky, imprisoned at Camp Douglas, where he died in 1862.
George Washington Noblin, Co G, 33rd Alabama Infantry Regt., captured at Perryville, Kentucky, imprisoned at Camp Douglas, where he died in 1863.
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Submitter: Georgia V. Fleming E-mail: hyacinth@ala.net