|Cora Adah NOUD|
This photo is labelled "CORA ADAH NOUD" and was taken at a photographer's studio in Bay City, Michigan, probably around 1873-1875. The photo was found in upstate New York.
The photo is a bit light, but I was able to increase the contrast on this digital copy, and the features come out very clearly.
1870 Census, Bay City Michigan
NOUD, Ermina, 30, born in Canada, Liquor Dealer
NOUD, Emma, 9, born in Kentucky, attends school
NOUD, Mary, 8, Kentucky, attends school
NOUD, Maggie, 6, Michigan, attends school
NOUD, John, 4, Michigan, at home
NOUD, Cora, 2, Michigan, at home
PRESTON, Annie, 20, New York, without occupation
BEATTIE, Robert, 26, Canada, clerk in store
Mother Ermina Jane Noud is likely widowed at this time, as no husband is in the household, and she is running a business on her own. The 1870 census did not supply marriage status. Her maiden name is "Beattie".
The family moved to Washington DC between mid-1870s and early 1880s. Cora Noud's name appears in a list of local grammar school students who passed their exams and were admitted to High School. This article appeared in the Evening Star newspaper, Washington DC, June 18, 1884.
24 Nov 1897, Cora Adah Noud is married in District of Columbia to William W. Rebuschatis. She gives her age as 28, and birth year as 1869.
1900 Census - District of Columbia
REBUSCHATIS, Wilhelm, 31, born Dec 1868 in Germany, printer
REBUSCHATIS, Corra, 32, born Apr 1868 in Michigan (of Irish and Canadian parents)
REBUSCHATIS, Marion, daughter, 1, born Mar 1899 in DC
EVERHART, Lucy, servant, 20, born in Virginia
NOUD, Ermina J., widow, 60, Oct 1839 in Canada (of Scottish parents)
NOUD, Emma, 38, Dec 1861, Kentucky, bookkeeper
NOUD, Margaret, 34, Oct 1865, Michigan
1910 Census - District of Columbia
REBUSCHATIS, William W., 41, born in Russia-Germany, proof-reader at Govt. Printing
REBUSCHATIS, Cora, 42
REBUSCHATIS, Marion 11
NOUD, Ermina J.. Mother-in-Law, 70
NOUD, Emma B., sister-in-law, 48, bookkeeper
NOUD, Margaret, sister-in-law, 46, teacher
|Cora died 24 Nov 1918 District of Columbia.|
Oak Hill Cemetery interments:
NOUD, Ermina Jane (1839-1910) (funeral notice describes her as the widow of James Noud.)
NOUD, Emma B. (1860-15 July 1938)
NOUD, Margaret (1863-1936)
NOUD, John (1865-1889)
Newspaper insert, Washington Post, Washington DC, 30 Nov 1918
Newspaper insert, Washington Times, Wash. DC, 25 June 1919, states that Marion Rebuschatis would give the valedictory address at that week's coming commencement of the Wilson Normal School.
Marion later married Kenneth Stanley Fagg, a noted artist whose work graced the covers of various science fiction magazines. They had sons Peter and Donald. Marion and Kenneth are buried in the Oak Hill cemetery in Washington DC,
Cora's husband William is found on the 1930 Census in El Paso County, Colorado, as a patient at the "Union Printers Home." He died Dec 1933 and is buried (as Wilhelm Rebuschatis) in Woodlands Cemetery, Des Moines Iowa near his parents, Friedrich and Emilie.
|Union Printers Home, Colorado Springs, CO|