William Henry Noble (1834 - 1892):
William Noble was born in Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh, and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, after which he entered the Royal Artillery. Having attained the rank of general, he commanded a field train in a march to Gandahar. He became superintendent of Waltham Abbey Powder Factory, and his researches led to the manufacture of cordite. He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society and died in Waltham.
||14 October 1834
||17 May 1892