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B III c     Joannes Noë

fs Matthias and Catharina Cromheecke       brother of  Petrus (B III b)

° Eeklo 12/9/1682
x 30/4/1701 Martina De Neve
St. Laureins 24/9/1750

He married Martina De Neve who was born in Lovendegem on 13/9/1677.  She was the daughter of Gerardus De Neve and Nicola De Coeyer.  They had eleven children, 9 daughters and 2 sons.  But only one son carried on the family name and then only for one more generation. His oldest child was born in Waarschoot and all the others in Lovendegem.

Lovendegem was particularly hard hit during the War of the Spanish Succession (1700-1713).  The years 1708 and 1709 were particularly difficult.  De Bruges Canal was the frontline between the allies to the north and the French in the south (in the Lo district) and Lovendegem, cut in half was right in the middle of it all.  The siege, the army manoeuvers and a frozen harvest in 1709 resulted in such extreme poverty "that not a single penny in rent was received..." (Achiel De Vos in "Appeltjes van het Meetjesland", 1957 p. 44).  In July and August 1708 no less than 44 "soldiers children" were born.

Further evidence, if that were needed, of the extreme turbulence of those days is the fact that nine months later not a single child was baptised between 24 March and 1 July 1709: most had fled to nearby villages. Especially in Waarschoot many Lovendegem children were baptized.  In the margin of the baptismal register the sexton had added: "Note: That here 68 days have passed before a single child was baptized which is attributed to the preceding difficulties with the French army that was encamped here for 42 days."

Between 1725 and 1734 Joannes and Martina moved to Waarschoot-Beke where she died aged 65 on 29/4/1742.  Joannes then moved in with his eldest son in St. Laureins where he died on 24 September 1750.

Their children:

  1. Livina Noë
    ° Waarschoot 9/12/1701
    She married in Lovendegem with Joannes Bonami.
  2. Petrus Noë
    ° Lovendegem 13/7/1704
    He received the christian name of his godfather
    Petrus De Neve.  His godmother was Catharina Cromheecke.
    He married very young.  His first son was born before his seventeenth birthday.  His bride was Joanna Vermeersch (also called Vandermeirssche).  We don't know when or where she was born, married or died.  But we do know that Petrus remarried in St. Laureins on 21/7/1743 with Petronella Van De Kerckhove.  Petronella was born in Adegem on 6/2/1690 the daughter of Cornelius Van De Kerckhove and Georgia Van Damme.  She was already the widow with two daughters of Jan De Clercq fs Geeraert, who was himself already the widower of Isabella Schepens.
    They lived in St. Laureins where Petronella died on 26/1/1760 and Petrus exactly one year later.
    Petrus had 4 sons but his estate reckoning dd 11/3/1761 (RAG Maldegem folder 267) shows that none survived him:
    • Franciscus Noë
      ° Waterland-Oudeman 11/1/1721
      † vóór 1728
    • Jacobus Noë
      ° Waterland-Oudeman 22-5-1724
      † vóór 1761
    • Franciscus Noë
      ° Waterland-Oudeman 12-1-1728
      † Waterland-Oudeman 21-3-1728
    • Petrus Noë
      ° Waterland-Oudeman 26-7-1733
      † Waterland-Oudeman 24/9/1734
  3. Cornelia Noë
    ° Lovendegem 18/1/1706
    Lovendegem 17/9/1706
  4. Jacoba Noë
    ° Lovendegem 15/7/1707
    Married in Eeklo on 1/5/1731 with Gerardus De Baerdemaecker and remarried again in Eeklo on 23/4/1754 with Petrus Van de Meulebroecke (also called Meulebroeck) fs Petrus, widower of Georgia Willemaert, Maria Van Voorwynckel and Joanna Focquaert.  Petrus died in Lembeke on 26/2/1764.  He had no children with Jacoba (RAG Lembeke 156 p. 23).
    .  Jacoba died in Lembeke on 23/1/1768.
  5. Andrea Noë
    ° Lovendegem 29/10/1708
    † Lovendegem 7/11/1708
  6. Joanna Noë
    ° Lovendegem 6/8/1710
    She married in Waarschoot on 29 August 1734 with Judocus Van Boechoute.  They lived "in het hoecxken van de kerkstraete", the little corner of Churchstreet.  Home was a small farm of 75 rods which Judocus had inherited from his mother and stepfather, together with a field of 200 rods to the west of their farm.
    Joanna died in Churchstreet on an Easter Monday, 14/4/1751 and 4 children were orphaned, one of them barely 8 weeks old.  Pieter Noë was their guardian.  Pieter and Judocus knew how to write their name.
    Judocus then married Petronella De Groote.  He was 70 years old when he died in Waarschoot on 28/9/1777.
  7. Joannes Noë
    ° Lovendegem 20/7/1712
    Died unmarried in Oostwinkel on 29/12/1733.
  8. Adriana Noë
    ° Lovendegem 17/7/1715
    She married in Waarschoot on 30/4/1740 with Judocus Van Laere who was born there on  17/2/1716, the son of  Petrus Van Laere and Joanna Batseleer.  As correctly pointed out by Mr Chris Van Laere, she died in the Voorde district of Waarschoot on 9/12/1765.  (Thank you, sir !)  Judocus didn't remarry.  He died almost 20 years later in Waarschoot on 6/2/1785, aged 69.
    Judocus and Adriana had 9 children:
    • Joannes Franciscus Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 1/7/1741
    • Maria Brigitta Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 25/8/1742
    • Joannes Baptiste Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 19/1/1745
    • Petrus Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 8/3/1748
    • Carolus Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 11/1/1751
    • Petronella Jacoba Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 1/11/1753
    • Benedictus Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 26/12/1755
    • Petrus Christophorus Van Laere
      ° Waarschoot 16/8/1757
  9. Judoca Noë
    ° Lovendegem 22/2/1717
    Married in Lovendegem on 24/7/1735 with Joannes Van Vlaenderen.  He died there aged 33 on 15/11/1741.  She remarried in Waarschoot on 23/11/1754 with Judocus Van de Kerckhove, born there on 28/9/1723 the son of Judocus Van de Kerckhove and Judoca Engels.
    Judoca Noë died in Waarschoot on 15/1/1776 and her widower remarried in the same town with Maria Bekaert.
    Judoca had a daughter with Judocus who was 16 years old when her mother died.  Her uncle Georgius Meiresonne became her guardian. Like her sister Joanna and Judocus Van Boechoute, they lived in the Little Corner of Church Road, now called Hoeksken (Little Corner). After the construction of the railway Church Road was split in three: one part is the current Church Road (Kerkstraat), another is now Station Road, and the last part, on the other side of the railway station is called Hoeksken.
  10. Marianna Noë
    ° Lovendegem 28/12/1718
    She married in Waarschoot on 3/11/1742 with Georgius Meiresonne.  He was from Sleidinge and died there on 20/7/1778 aged 63.  Marianna died in Waarschoot on 15/12/1784.
  11. Catharina Noë
    ° Lovendegem 5/11/1720
    She married in Waarschoot on 31/4/1745 with Judocus De Backere.  He died there in the Voorde quarter on 15/7/1757.  He was only 39.

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