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07-Noble Hendrix Thompson
Birth: 16 Nov 1894, Little York, Wash Co, IN
Home: Wash Co, IN
Death: 17 Feb 1977, Columbus, Bartholomew Co, IN: Vol 18/59/166- age 82
Burial: Mt Carmel Cemetery
Occupation: Farmer, SSN: 316-03-1358/IN
Military: US Army, WW1; Corp, 12th Trench Mortar Battery Artillery 41
Father: Moses Benton Thompson
Marriage: 14 Apr 1918, Scott Co, IN: Bk 10/281, by Rev Jas E Leist
Spouse: Blanch Eva MOUNT
Birth: 14 Aug 1896, Wash Co, IN
Death: 10 Sep 1980, Columbus, Bartholomew Co, IN- age 84
Burial: Mt Carmel Cemetery
Occupation: SSN: 306-70-4914/IN
Father: Charles Elijah Mount (1862-1942)
Mother: Nellie Maude Newby (1870-1936)
CHILDREN: Nobel and Blanch had seven children: [census & Nichols-Thompson Family Tree]
08----Infant THOMPSON [b. & d. 20 Dec 1919];
08----FRANCES THOMPSON [b. about 1922; d. 16 Mar 1995, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA- age73];
08----ASA ROGERS THOMPSON [b. about 1923, Wash Co, IN; d. Nov 1979- age 56, bur. Fairview Cemetery];
08----ALICE THOMPSON [b. 4 Jun 1925, Wash Co, IN; d. 27 Jul 2005, Scott Co, IN- age 80], m. Ochran HAMELMAN [d. 2004, Scott Co, IN], had 3 children;
08----JAMES RAY THOMPSON [b. about 1927, Wash Co, IN; d. 1981- age 54];
08----LOUISE THOMPSON [b. Aug 1930, Wash Co, IN; d. Aug 1988- age 58], m. ___ GOINS, had 3 children, was power of attorney for her mother at her father's burial; and
08----MARY R THOMPSON [b. about 1933].
1920 Gibson Twp, Wash Co, IN census: has (both b. IN) Noble Thompson 25, Farmer-General Farm; and Blanche Thompson 23.
1930 Wash Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Noble H Thompson 35, Farmer-General Farm; Blanch Thompson 33; Frances Thompson 8; Asa Thompson 6; Alice Thompson 4-7/12; and James Thompson 3-7/12.
1940 Wash Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Noble Thompson 45, Farmer; Blanche Thompson 43; Frances Thompson 18; Asa Thompson 16; Alice Thompson 14; James Thompson 12; Louise Thompson 9; and Mary R Thompson 7.
MILITARY: 23 Noble entered the service on 26 Apr 1918 at Salem, Washington Co, IN. He was a corporal [US 2.890.297] in the US Army, 12th Trench Mortar Battery Artillery. He separated from the service on 5 Feb 1919 at Camp Zachary Taylor, KY.
PENSION: 23 In his pension application [C1.635.064] he stated that he injured his lower back in his childhood, about 8 years old, when he fell down a flight of stairs. He continued to have pain in that area his entire life. In his application he stated he had 120 acres in two locations where he raised sweet corn and soybeans on the 20 tillable acres. He had chickens, sold eggs, did truck work and driving for other people and chores around other farms. He was described as 5'-10", 151 lbs. [weighed 172 @ age 36], grey eyes, and brown hair.
He was awarded 25% permanent disability in 1931 of $12 per month.