|Birth: ||Dec. 21, 1891|
|Death: ||Oct. 18, 1976|
James Albert Noe, Governor of the State of Louisiana in 1936
Political Affiliation: Democrat
Religious Affiliation: Methodist
Education: Public schools
Career Prior to Term: State Senator and President Pro Tempore of the State Wenate; became Lt. Governor when Lt. Governor Fournet resigned to become a Louisiana Supreme Court Justice.
Hoe He Became Governor: Succeeded upon the death of Gov. Alen (Jan. 28, 1936)
Career After Term: State Senator; started KNOE TV-Radio and WNOE Radio stations; known for his philanthropy; candidate for Governor in 1959.
Wife: Anna Gray Sweeney Noe
Son: James Albert Noe, Jr.
Daughters: Anna Gray (Gay) Noe McLendon and Linda M. Rae Noe Laine
Home: White Hall Plantation, Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana
James A. Noe was born in tiny Evans Landing in Harrison County, Indiana, to John M. Noe and the former Belle McRae. He also lived as a child in the area of West Point in Hardin County in eastern Kentucky.
Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery
Created by: Shirley Burks Wells
Record added: Sep 24, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15870603