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Carson J.Noble, 75, of 135 Lake St., Chittenango, a former Wampsville resident and area musician, died Sunday, Nov. 9, 1986, in Crouse Irving Hospital, Syracuse after a long illness. He was born Dec. 7, 1910, in Greig, the son of Edward and Gertrude Burnham Noble. In 1942 Mr.Noble married Lois Tanner. Mr.Noble resided in Chittenango the past 16 years after moving from Wampsville. Mr. Noble was employed as a tool and die maker with the West Lake Manufacturing Co., of Canastota before retiring in 1975. he had been a musician for over 60 years and was a member of the International Musicians Union, the All-American Banjo Band and was the current senior New York state banjo champion. He was formerly affiliated with the Rusty Reuben Ranch Boys' Vaudeville Act, which toured Canada, the Maritime Provinces, the New England states and Pennsylvania. Mr. Noble was also a member and former chief of the Wampsville Fire Department and was active in the Oneida Rifle Club, the Wampsville Little League and Troop 52 of the Boy Scouts of America. he served with the Army National Guard, Company g, Third Regiment of Oneida during World War II. Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Edward Noble and Michael Noble, both of Wampsville, and Bruce Noble, Albany; three daughters, Mr. Eugene (Carol) Salerno, Oneida; Mrs. Steven (Lorraine) Narius, Wampsville; and Elaine Noble, Phoenix, and nine grandchildren. Services will be 9:30 am Wednesday at the Coolican-McSweeney Funeral Home, Oneida, and 10 am in St. Patrick's Church, Oneida. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Oneida.