|Birth: ||Apr. 18, 1857|
|Death: ||Jul. 16, 1893|
From Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri, Mississippi County Biographies, 1888:
Noah W. Armer was born on his father's farm, in Mississippi county, near where he now resides, in 1857. He is a son of William and Sarah (Rushing) Armer [see sketch of George W. Armer]. Noah W. remained with his parents until the fall of 1886, when he removed to the farm, upon which he now resides.
On March 21, 1886, he was united in marriage with Katy Frawley, a native of Grenada, Miss., born in December, 1869. She is a daughter of Edward and Sarah (Buckner) Frawley, the former a native of Dublin, Ireland, and the latter of Scott County, Mo. Mr. Frawley came from New York to Missouri, in which State he was married. He afterward removed to Mississippi, where he resided until his death in 1881. Mrs. Armer remained with her father until she was about thirteen years of age, when she was sent to the Female Seminary at Woodville, Miss. Upon leaving that institution, she entered the Natchez Institute and remained nearly three years, after which she came to Mississippi County, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Armer were intelligent and enterprising and have a bright future before them. They enjoy the comforts of a good home, and have one child, Eloise, born August 21, 1887. They are both members of the Methodist Episcopal Church South.
William Armer (1818 - 1888)
Sarah Ann Rushing Armer (1827 - 1893)
George W Armer (1849 - 1890)*
P D Armer (1853 - 1875)*
Noah W Armer (1857 - 1893)
Marinda Armer (1861 - 1861)*
Louisa E Armer (1862 - 1863)*
Aged 36 Ys. 2 Ms. & 28 Das.
He Followed Virtue As His True Guide
Lived As A Christian, As A Christian He Died
Created by: Graver Gal
Record added: May 29, 2008
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