In researching a line of my family tree, I came across a printed obituary for Edgar James Noe (spelled Noé, with the accent aigu over the "e" of his last name on his grave marker - and on the grave markers of his parents.) In case others are researching this family line following is the transcription of the death notice I found for him.
From: Electrical Review and Western Electrician [journal], Chicago: Electrical Review Publishing Co., January 2, 1909, Volume 54, Number 1, Page 48, Column 2
From: Google Books, TinyURL link: http://tinyurl.com/nyxpk9a
Transcriber: J. E. DeLauche, 1 Oct 2013
MR. E. J. NOE, an experimental engineer in the employ of the General Electric Company, while engaged in some locomotive tests, at Schenectady, received a fatal shock from a wire charged with 13,000 volts. Artificial respiration and the services of several physicians, who were immediately called, did not avail to revive the victim of the high-voltage shock. Mr. Noe was twenty-four years of age. His home was at Madison, Wis.
His parents: Walter Cassels Noé (1852-1914) and Jesse Bartlett Noé (1855-1939, her parents: Hannah M. Ogden & Seth K. Bartlett), both deceased and buried at Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
I am related to Jesse Bartlett Noé through her Ogden family line.