Noble County

Noble County was created in 1835 from Allen, Elkhart, and Lagrange Counties.  It is located in northeastern Indiana.  The county seat is Albion.

The Noble County courthouse burned in 1843 with no loss of records and in 1859, resulting in the loss of all records in the clerk’s office except deeds filed after 1836.

 

 

Selected Holdings at the Indiana State Library

The following list is not complete.  Further resources may be found by searching the Indiana State Library online catalog.

Print Materials from the Genealogy Division

Immigration

Naturalization Records, 1859-1933
ISLG 977.201 N747r

Land Records

1849 Noble County Land Owners
ISLG 977.201 N747cL

Marriage Records

 Marriage Records, 1830-1930
ISLG 977.201 N747sh v. 1

Marriage Records, 1859-1875
ISLG 977.201 N747dm

Marriage Records, 1859-1899
ISLG 977.201 N747sL

Marriage Records, 1900-1925
ISLG 977.201 N747g

Wills and Probates

Will Abstracts, 1859-1894
ISLG 977.201 N747s

Other Library Materials

Online Resources

Cemeteries and Obituaries

Military

Vital Records

Locating Original Records

For Further Research

GEN JD 4-18-2017