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Noble, Sir Andrew, first baronetlocked

(1831–1915)
  • Stafford M. Linsley

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Noble, Sir Andrew, first baronet (1831–1915), industrialist and expert in artillery, the third son of the twelve children of George Noble (d. 1847), a retired naval captain of Greenock, Renfrewshire, and his wife, Georgiana, only daughter of Andrew Donald Moore of Ottercaps, Virginia, USA...

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