Noah, according to the Hebrew Bible, was the tenth and last antediluvian patriarch. He is the one who God chosen, trusted, and instructed to build the ark, and sail on it for forty days and forty nights while the world was flooded. He died at the age of 950, making him one of the oldest men to ever live. His direct family consisted of his wife and his three sons.
The Book of Genesis chapters 6 through 9 in the Old Testament.