Thursday, December 1, 2011

Photo Number 723

This is another of Tulla’s photos from an antique shop.
Retuirn to mrs W St Noyes from Tulla
Return to Mrs W Noyes  back from Tulla
Return to Mrs. W. H. Noyes  Winter, Wis.

I did find a Susan A Noyes who was the wife of William H Noyes who were both 60 years old in the 1910 Census in Sawyer County Wisconsin in the Village of Winter.  William H was a Newspaper Editor.   They had two children Edna “Irene” and Thomas.  This could be one or the other of them with their spouse and children. I am curious if one of them had two sons?  ( She had five grandchildren.)  If Susan wanted the photo returned to her apparently it was important to her, however it could have been a next door neighbor..who knows?  Susan died in 1934.

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Update from Iggy:
According to the 1930 US census, Thomas E Noyes (b. 1892) was married to Lucille R Noyes (b. 
07-Oct-1897 d. May-1969 at the age of 71 in Milwaukee, WI) and had a daughter, Hildagarde C Noyes (b. 1923) lving with them.



Irene Edna Noyes (b. 15-Jun-1887 Prineghar, Iowa d. 7-Jan-1942 in Monterey, California) married George Adelbert Walter on 27-Jun-1906 in Birchwood, Washburn, Wisconsin)

They had seven children - some showing as still living.

4 comments:

  1. According to the 1930 US census, Thomas E Noyes (b. 1892) was married to Lucille R Noyes (b.
    07-Oct-1897 d. May-1969 at the age of 71 in Milwaukee, WI) and had a daughter, Hildagarde C Noyes (b. 1923) lving with them.

    So it seems that the daughter Edna/Irene married and had children too. I wonder who she married... and which name she used.

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  2. Irene Edna Noyes (b. 15-Jun-1887 Prineghar, Iowa d. 7-Jan-1942 in Monterey, California) married George Adelbert Walter on 27-Jun-1906 in Birchwood, Washburn, Wisconsin)

    They had seven children - some showing as still living.

    http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Irene_Noyes_%281%29

    I confirmed this Irene Edna's parents were "our" William and Susan Smith Noyes.

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  3. Good job Iggy! I wonder if the message on the back to return to Mrs. W. H. Noyes indicates that the photo may hqave been submitted to the newspaper for publication and she wanted to make sure she got it back. I don't quite knoiw how that worked back in the day, but it popped in my mind when I read her husband was a newspaper editor. ~Abra

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