Noble Butler, son of John Butler, of Philadelphia, came to Chester County and married 8-18-1727, Rachel Jones, of Goshen. A few years later they settled in Uwchlan twp, and were members of Uwchlan Meeting, of which both were overseers. In 1758, Noble fell under the censure of his friends for discounting notes at a higher percentage than they could approve. A committee appointed in the case reported that the complainant ''had a bad bargain, but it was of his own seeking', yet as Noble declared he would do the like again if opportunities presented, he was disowned. He died ca 1801; His children, as far as known, were (1) John m 6-5-1760, to Elizabeth Samuel, of Radnor (2) Enoch m 5-29-1755 to Deborah Swayne (3) Bathsheba m John McOwen, or McGowan, and moved to Shearman's Valley (4) Wm b 4-12-1738 d. 3-13-1821 m 4-20-1763 Jane Woodward, sau of James and Ann Pyle Woodward, of West Bradford b 8-3-1739, d 7-1-1814 (5) Benjamin (6) Noble, m Susanna, dau of Wm Beale and said to have gone to Kentucky.