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Arthur Howard Noll, American clergyman. Member Academy of Arts.


Noll, Arthur Howard was born on February 4, 1855 in Caldwell, New Jersey, United States. Son of Arthur B. and Mary (Hamilton) Noll.


Studied in his father’s schools, and read law. Admitted to New Jersey bar as attorney, 1876, as counselor, 1879. Practiced in Newark, New Jersey, until 1882.

Engaged in railroading in Mexico, and was cashier of the Mexican Central Railway in City of Mexico. Resigned 1885 and prepared for ministry of Protestant Episcopal Church at University of the South. Doctor of Laws, St. John’s College, Maryland., 1908.


Doctor Thomas Dunn English, October 26, 1887 (died 1926). 1 son, Maxwell Hamilton. Deacon, 1887, priest, 1888, Protestant Episcopal Church.

Held parishes in Texas, Mississippi, New Orleans and Tennessee. Secretary and historiographer of the Diocese of Tennessee, 1899-1929. Registrar, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, 1902-1915.

Engaged in settlement and educational work, St. Raphael’s House, Monterey, Tennessee, 1916-1917. Senior canon, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Memphis, 1918-1929. President Noll Studio, Inc.

Teacher and lecturer Jas.


  • Other Work

    • Author: A Short History of Mexico, 1890. From Empire to Republic, 1903. History of the Church of the Diocese of Tennessee, 1900.The Peruvians, 1905


Member Academy of Arts.


Married Florence, d.

Arthur B. Noll

Mary (Hamilton) Noll