Noble, Mark, 1754-1827Alternative names
The Rev. Mark Noble (1754-1827) biographer and antiquarian, was rector of Barming in Kent, and domestic chaplain to George, Earl of Leicester.
From the description of The history of the family of Boleyn : particularly that of Queen Ann Boleyn, together with the life of her daughter, and only child, the princess Elizabeth who afterwards ascended the English throne, in which is given a critical examination of Holingshed's account of her imprisonment, 1799 / by the Rev. Mark Noble, F.A.S. of L. & E., Rector of Barming in Kent, & domestic chaplain to George, Earl of Leicester. With an appendix added by the author in the year 1803. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702183649
From the description of A catalogue of engravers, natives of Great Britain, or Ireland: or foreign artists who have resided in those kingdoms, 1806. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702185788
British biographer; Rector of Barming, Kent; FSA.
From the description of The Lives of the Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries in London, 1818. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80905885
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|Illegitimate children of royalty--Legends|
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|Treason--Early works to 1800|