|Birth: ||Aug. 30, 1882|
|Death: ||May 3, 1955|
Husband of Emily Vecchi Noble. Son of James K. and Sarah Ann Johnston Noble. He died at Mennonite Hospital from a heart attack.
Clyde was a member of the famous flying trapeze act, the Famous Flying Fishers, joining at 17 in 1897. He was just 15 when he went to Chicago to study watchmaking and engraving, a profession at which he later became expert.
When he returned from Chicago, he joined his brother, Charles, who had organized the Fishers aerial act.
He married Emilie Vecchi, of London, in New York Nov. 10, 1908. Her professional name was "La Petite Emilie," She was billed as the "world's most accomplished lady Bicyclist."
At the outbreak of World War I in 1914, they were in Europe, with 5 solid years of vaudeville bookings before them. When they came back to the United States, they stayed in show business for about 4 years.
In 1918, Clyde went into the jewelry business with Will Homuth on the south side of the Courthouse square. In 1922, he bought the jewelry department in the Newmarket, which he owned for 17 years. He then opened his own store on North Center Street. Five years later, he sold to Sigmund Sorg, Inc.
He was the former president of the Community Players which he helped to organize and for a number of years was a makeup man in the Passion Play productions.
Surviving him was his wife, at the family home, 507 S. Moore St., and a sister, Mrs. Hattie Masters, of Yonkers, NY. He was preceded in death by 7 brothers and 3 sisters. He attended the First Church of Christ.
James K Noble (1829 - 1898)
Sarah Ann Johnston Noble (1836 - 1918)
Emily Vecchi Noble (1886 - 1963)*
Rebecca Noble La Belle (1857 - 1918)*
Frank Noble (1861 - 1936)*
Charles A Noble (1868 - 1908)*
Clyde V Noble (1882 - 1955)
Evergreen Memorial Cemetery
Created by: Cherie Valentine
Record added: Sep 26, 2009
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