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Eliza Noble

Birthplace Aberdeenshire Broadsea, Fraserburgh ScotlandPlace of Death Fort William Scotland Date of Birth: December 11, 1896 Date of Death: February 5, 1986

Biography

Full name of worker at H.M. Factory Gretna (and any other names they are known by) : Eliza Noble

Gender: Female 

Date and Place of Birth: 12 November 1896, Broadsea, Fraserburgh Source: https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/person/tree/7941141/person/432240191086/facts 

Date and Place of Death: 5 February 1986, 28 Kilmallie Road, Coal, Fort William, Inverness-shire, Scotland. Source: https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/person/tree/7941141/person/432240191086/facts 

Nationality: Scottish 

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Biography

Childhood: Unknown 

Parents: Mother = Barbara Ann McNab born in 1869, died 9 February 1939, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Source: https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/person/tree/7941141/person/432240191086/facts 

Father = James McDonald Noble, died 3 March 1960, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Source: https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/person/tree/12354414/person/140001341327/facts 

Parent’s occupations: Unknown 

Schools / universities attended and years of attendance: Unknown 

Occupational history (previous jobs in their career): Unknown 

Occupation: Unknown 

Place of residence at Gretna: Unknown 

Job title at Gretna: Unknown 

Marital status: Unknown 

Spouse name (including male name): Unknown 

Date of marriage: Unknown 

Place/Parish of marriage: Unknown

Children: Unknown

Travels: Unknown

Awards/recognitions: Unknown

Trivia / any other information: 

Residence at West Hartlepool, Durham, England in 1901. Source: 1901 Census

 

Email from Eliza’s granddaughter Apr 2021: Born 12/11/1896 in Broadsea, Fraserburgh. She had a big picture in her spare bedroom of her with her factory uniform on. My sister may have a smaller copy. I will check with her.She came from a long standing fishing family so this would have been her first time away from her family and no doubt earning what a fisherman took months to earn, most of her earnings would have been sent home. She had her creel in the glory hole of her house and she told us she used to take the fish round to the farms and trade them for milk and butter when she was younger and before going to the factory.’

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