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NOBLE, Louis Legrand, clergyman, born in Lisbon, New York, 26 September, 1813; died in Ionia, Michigan, 6 February, 1882. He was graduated at Bristol college, Pennsylvania, in 1837, and at the General theological seminary in New York city in 1840, was ordained deacon, 28 June, 1840, by Bishop Benjamin T. Onderdonk, and priest, 4 June, 1841, by Bishop Ives. He was assistant minister in St. Peter's church, Albany, New York, in 1840, rector of Christ church, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, in 1841-'4, rector of St. Luke's church, Catskill, New York, in 1844, of Grace Church, Chicago, Illinois, in 1855, of the Church of the Messiah, Glenn's Falls, New York, in 1856, of Trinity church, Fredonia, New York, in 1857, of Christ church, Hudson, N. g., in 1859, and of St. John's church, Ionia, Michigan, in 1880. In addition to parochial work, Mr. Noble also served as professor of English and history in St. Stephen's college, Annandale, New York, being appointed in 1874. Besides shorter poems, he published " Ne-Ma-Min, an Indian Story," in three cantos (1852); "The Course of Empire, Voyage of Life, and other Pictures of Thomas Cole, N. A., with Selections from his Letters and Miscellaneous Writings, Illustrative of his Life, Character, and Genius" (New York, 1853); " The Lady Angeline, a Lay of the Appalachians; the Hours, and other Poems" (1857) ; and "A Voyage to the Arctic Seas in Search of Icebergs, with Church, the Artist " (1861).
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