Noisette Family Reunion 2015

Noisette Family Reunion 2015

August 5-9, 2015 in Charleston, SC Come prepared to connect with many cousins from France, Haiti, and the U.S., learn about yor heritage, and experience the beauty of historic Charleston – the origin of the Noisette family in the...
Rose of the South

Rose of the South

What has been called the “Rose of the South” is now at home in Orangeburg’s Edisto Memorial Gardens. Noisette roses are not easy to come by, but 54 varieties of the ever-blooming rose can be seen at the gardens, thanks to a joint project between the City of Orangeburg and the South Carolina Rose Society, along with the Garden Club of South Carolina. City officials and others gathered at the Gardens Thursday afternoon for the dedication of the new Noisette Rose Garden. Forty-four varieties, including Rose Moschata and Old Blush, are included in the rose bed. Ten other varieties are on wrought iron trellises, where they will grow as large as 30 feet tall. Read more:...
Noisette Reunion Featured in The Charleston Post and Courier

Noisette Reunion Featured in The Charleston Post and Courier

Not all happy families are alike. And sometimes a rose is not just a rose. One unusual extended family with deep Charleston roots gathered Friday, for the second time in three years, to celebrate its international heritage and recognize its several branches. Read More at The Charleston Post and Courier...
Teslene Noisette Boone

Teslene Noisette Boone

Teslene the Daughter of Louis Philippe and Josephine Hart  Noisette, was born in 1899.  She  lived in the old farm house on Rutledge Avenue.  Known as Tessie, she married Thomas Boone.  They had two children, Reginald and Thomasine Boone.
Joseph Edward Noisette, Sr. (1880-1946)

Joseph Edward Noisette, Sr. (1880-1946)

Great-grandson of Philippe and Celestine Nosiette.  Joseph married Louise Nichols November 23, 1910 they lived in Summerville, SC.  She and Philip had five children, Julia O., Louis A.,  Sara Ann, Randolph,  and Joseph E. Noisette.