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Thomas Tertius Noble

organist

Thomas Tertius Noble, British organist. Member Church of England.; Club: Columbia University.

Background

Noble, Thomas Tertius was born on May 5, 1867 in Bath, England. Son of Thomas and Sarah (Jefferson) Noble.

Education

Graduate Royal College of Music, London, 1889. Master of Arts (honorary), Columbia, 1917. Doctor of Music (honorary), Trinity College, Hartford, 1926.

Also honorary degree of Museum Doctor, conferred by the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1931.

Career

Of late bishop of Truro, England, Decc. 29, 1897; 1 son, Philip Raymond. Organ positions at Colchester, London, and Trinity College, Cambridge, till 1892.

At Ely Cathedral, 1892-1898, York Minister, 1898-1913. Organist and choir master St. Thomas’s Church, New York City, since 1913. Was conductor York and Hovingham festivals.

Honorary fellow Royal College Organists. Member National Association Organists (president 1922-1924).

Membership

Member Church of England. Club: Columbia University.

  • Fellow of the Royal College of Organists 1904. Clubs: A.D.C. and C.U.M.C., Cambridge University.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Riding, cycling, and tennis.

Connections

Married Meriel Maud Stubbs, d.

father:
Thomas Noble

mother:
Sarah (Jefferson) Noble

spouse:
Meriel Maud Stubbs