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The
GOBLE
Family
Tree

Willie
Aleen
Goble

(1925 - 20??)

Martin
Luther
Goble

(1888 - 1979)

Jacob
Hedrick
Goble

(1860 - 1929)

Harriett
Lucinda
Goble

(1839 - 1911)

Lewis
Carlan
Goble

(1813 - 1880)

Corban
Goble

(1761 - 1840)

John
Goble

(1724 - 1813)

Daniel
Goble III

(1698 - 1750)

Daniel
David
Goble

(1669 - 1733)

Daniel
Goble I

(1641 - 1676)

Thomas
Goble

(1590 - 1657)

William
Goble

(1540 - 1593)

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LOFTIN:
Beatty
Corzine
Cranford
Fisher
Givens
Harwell
Kaiser
Lanier
Lomax
McCorkle
Rudisill
Sherrill
Upright
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SETZER:
Aderholdt
Barringer
Bovey
Bushart
Deal
Heavner
Herman
Ikert
Miller
Motz
Rankin
Witherspoon

GOBLE:
Babst/Bobst
Douglas
Faber
Fink
Fulbright
Hefner
Meinhert
Miller
Muller
Pabst/Bobst
Robinson

JOHNSON:
Corzine
Fink
Hamilton
Kaiser
Leslie
Lewis
Moore
Sherrill
Upright
Wilkinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Goble Locations

                             

 

                           

"What's In A Name"

 
Just because you don't see it, doesn't mean that it's not popular.  There are forms of the Goble name that are in use around the world.  There are cities, roads, streets, lakes, drives, etc., associated with the name. 
 
These are other locations you find find interesting:
 
Goble's Grove: Saugeen Township, Ontario, Canada derived its name from a family of early settlers.  John Goble and his brother, Iden, came to Canada from England around 1850 to settle this area.
 
Goble Ranch: Montana (40 miles west of Yellowstone Park).
 
Goble Road & Goble Creek: In western Iredell County, NC.  Exit Highway 40 West at Sharon School Road, north to Island Ford Road East to Goble Road.
 
Goble, Oregon: Is a very small town between Hunter Bar and Trojan on Highway 30 in northern Oregon.  It was names after Daniel Blue Goble.  He was an Ohio trapper who traveled to Oregon in the mid-1850s.  In August 1852 he claimed "donation lands" in Columbis County, Territory of Oregon.  It was for this claim of land that Goble, Oregon, was named.
 
Goble Draw: To the North East of Medical Springs, in Baker County, Oregon.

 

Goble Windmill: East of Abilene, Texas.
 
Gobles, Michigan: Originally Goblesville (North of Paw Pau, MI) takes its name from the Goble family of Nathaniel & Elizabeth "Betsey" Hinchey Goble.
 
Gobles, Ontario: Was named for Jacob Goble, son of Jacob and Anne Fairchild Goble
 
Gobles Place: Outside the town of Port Elgin, Ontario
 
Goblesville, Indiana: Settled on Section 3, on 13 Jun 1855 by Peter "Roy" Goble, Jr. (North of Huntington, IN).
 
Gobel Street: Rock Spring, Wyoming.
 
Goebel Store: Texas (between Winchester and Smithville, TX).
 
Goebels Park:  Kentucky (south of Cincinnati, across the Ohio River).
 
Goble Lane: In Ferndale, California.
 
Goble Lane: Near Eugene, Oregon.
 
Goble Bridge: In Paw Paw, Illinois.
 
Goble Road: In Paw Paw, Illinois.
 
Goble Street: In Newark, New Jersey.
 
Goble Avenue: In Kannapolis, NC.
 
Goeble Hill Road: In New Richmond, Ohio (Near the Ohio River).
 
E. Goble Avenue: In Fowler, California (Named for Emil Goble, inventor of the Goble Disc).
 
Goebel Road: In Connecticut (Near Cherry Hill, CT).
 
Goebel Ave: Palo Alto, California (Named for a German Language Professor at Stanford University).
 
Goebel Hall: Elmhurst College - Named for Johann Peter Goebel who was the College's third president (1880 - 1887).  A native of Germany, his family immigrated to Ohio in 1849, when Goebel was 13.
 
Goble Falls: Queensland, Australia (Named for David Goble in about 1910).
 
Goble Street: Hughes, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Australia.  (Named for Stanley James Goble an aviator in the Royal Naval Air Service during WWI who, with Flight Lieutenant Ivor McIntyre RAAF, carried out the first circumnavigation of Australia in 1924 in a Fairey IIID seaplane.  After WWI, S.J. Goble served in the Royal Australian Air Force and retired as Air Vice Marshal.  He was born in 1891 (Victoria, Australia) and died in 1948). 
 
St. Goble City: With a population of over 261, 424 in Luxembourg, EUROPE.
 
 

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