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naval officer.

Albert Gallatin Noble, American naval officer.

Background

Noble, Albert Gallatin was born on December 14, 1895 in Preston, Texas, United States. Son of Albert G. and Sally (Wilson) Noble.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1917. Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1923.

Career

1 daughter, Nancy Louise (Mistress L. Andrew Reed, Junior). Commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1917, promoted through grades to vice admiral, 1950. Served in United States Ship Delaware, Battleship Squadron 6, British Grand Fleet, World War I.

Commanded destroyers Dallas and Cassin, and served as fleet gunnery officer, staff of commander in chief United States Fleet, 1938-1940. Commanded cruiser, 1943-1944. Chief of staff to commander 7th Amphibious Force, 1944.

Commander Amphibious Group, Pacific Fleet, 1945-1946. Chief of Naval Bureau of Ordnance, 1947-1950. Chief of naval materiel, 1950-1951, retired as admiral, 1951.

Director Vitro Corporation American.

Membership

Clubs: Army-Navy Country, Army Navy Town (Washington).

Connections

Married Anna Madeline Martin, August 9, 1917.

father:
Albert G. Noble

mother:
Sally (Wilson) Noble

spouse:
Anna Madeline Martin