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...
Gisèle Kabreau Cantave (1922-2011)

Gisèle Kabreau Cantave (1922-2011)

Gisèle was born February 4, 1922.  She is the second of nine children (7 girls and 2 boys).  She spent her childhood traumatized by her father’s stern character. When she was 13, she went to live with her grandparents. Her grandfather spoiled her but her grandmother taught her order, discipline and frugality. She was set for life. Her father will later tell her that if women where admitted in the army in her days, she would make a very good Commanding Officer. All her life would be dominated by rules, order, discipline and principles. She participated in many social movements and with her husband attended to the needs of the less fortunate citizen of her native land Haiti. She loved gardening and she was a member of the garden club.  She had a passion for culture, reading and games which stimulate the mind. She was an avowed Scrabble player. She kept a daily log to inscribe all the details of her activities. As we morn her loss we celebrate the life she shared with her large loving family from Haiti and...
‘Noisettes since 1710’

‘Noisettes since 1710’

The reunion book this year is an 86 page book that includes a brief History of the Noisette family from France and their descendants from France, Haiti and America. The book also includes family trees of different Noisette families that originated in Charleston but migrated to Savannah, New York, Florida and other cities in the US.  Pictures from the different family groups are displayed as well as historical documents, family letters, and the informative 1948 notes of Author Susan...
African American Civil War Memorial

African American Civil War Memorial

Lex Musta, is a Civil War Re-enactor, a Noisette genealogist, and a memorial member of the South Carolina Sons and Daughters of the United States Colored Troops.  Lex will be inducting members to the SC Sons and Daughters of the United States Colored Troops at the Noisette Reunion, July 28-31, 2011....
200th Anniversary of the Noisette Rose Celebration

200th Anniversary of the Noisette Rose Celebration

200th Anniversary of the Noisette Rose Celebration @Edisto Memorial Gardens Orangeburg, SC August 20th. 10 am 200th Anniversary of the Noisette Rose Celebration Itenerary Download Itinerary     Tour the Memorial Gardens August 18 – August 27 Noisette Family History Art Center Gallery        ...
Funeral Notice: Mr. Ruffin Nichols ‘Nick’ Noisette

Funeral Notice: Mr. Ruffin Nichols ‘Nick’ Noisette

We regret to inform you that Mr. Ruffin Nichols ‘Nick’ Noisette entered into eternal rest on Sunday, July 3, 2011. Nick was the father of Shelley Noisette of N.C., Robin Noisette Sanders of Atlanta, Louis Noisette of Tennessee, and brother to Gloria Noisette Howard, of Summerville. Nick’s parents were Joseph Edward and Louise Nichols Noisette, of Summerville, SC. Arrangements as follows:   Monday, July 11, 2011 11:00 AM – Family hour at the church 12:00 Noon – Funeral service   United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church 450 Metropolitan Baptist Church Winston-Salem, NC 27101   Wednesday, July 13, 2011 10:00 AM – Family hour at the church 11:00 AM – Funeral service   Bethel AME Church 604 N. Walnut Street Wilmington, DE 19801   Burial following the service in Delaware: Gracelawn Memorial Cemetery 2220 N. Dupont Highway New Castle, DE 19720   ~In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to the Special Needs Ministry at United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church or to Hospice~   Hotel recommendation, if needed in Clemmons, NC, near our home: Holiday Inn Express 6320 Amp Drive Clemmons, NC 27012 336 – 778 – 1500...