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...
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...
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        ...
Noisette Children in 1941

Noisette Children in 1941

The great-great-great-grandchildren of Philippe Stanislas Noisette of France.  They are Joseph Nathaniel Noisette (Josie), Mary Elizabeth Noisette, Charles Nathaniel Mikell, James Clyde Brown, Celestine Agnes Noisette, Walter Benjamin Noisette. The photo was taken in front of the house located at 22 Rose Lane....
Noisette Descendant Awarded Nation’s Highest Honor in Jazz

Noisette Descendant Awarded Nation’s Highest Honor in Jazz

Post taken from the  ‘Examiner.com’, July 13, 2011 Jimmy Owens is the recipient of the 2012 A.B. Spellman NEA Jazz Masters Award for Jazz Advocacy. “These artists represent the highest level of artistic mastery and we are proud to recognize their achievements,” said NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman. “Through their contributions, we have been challenged, enlightened, and charmed, and we thank them for devoting their careers to expanding and supporting their art forms.” “Jazz is considered by many as one of America’s greatest cultural gifts to the world,” said Wayne S. Brown, NEA Director of Music and Opera. “These artists are being recognized for their extraordinary contribution to advancing the art form and for serving as mentors for a new generation of young aspiring jazz musicians.” Jimmy Owens is a jazz trumpeter, composer, arranger, educator, and music education consultant. His involvement as an advocate regarding the rights of jazz artists led to the founding of the Jazz Musician’s Emergency Fund, a program of the Jazz Foundation of...