Rev. James Noyes I (born in Wiltshire, England, in 1608; died in Newbury, Massachusetts, 22 October 1656) was an English clergyman who emigrated to Massachusetts. He was a founder of Newbury, Massachusetts. Rev. James Noyes was educated at Oxford, emigrated to Massachusetts in 1634, and after a short service in Medford was pastor of the church in Newbury, Massachusetts from 1635 until his death. He sailed on the ship "Mary & John" of London on the 23rd of March, 1634 with his wife Sarah Noyes and brother Nicholas Noyes. The ship was detained in the River Thames where all passengers signed the oath of allegiance to the King and the church before they were allowed to sail from London.
|Year||Overall Rank (Worldwide)||Overall Rank (By Region)||Overall Rank (By State)|
|2016||11937th||468th Northern California||1010th California|
|2015||15771st||734th Canada East||323rd Ontario|
|2014||15542nd||716th Canada East||--|
Back Squat 325 lb Clean and Jerk 225 lb Snatch 155 lb Deadlift 405 lb Fight Gone Bad 425 Max Pull-ups 43
Fran 3:09 Grace 2:51 Helen 9:33 Filthy 50 -- Sprint 400m -- Run 5k --