Both Eleanor and Max are listed in the Wisconsin death index showing death date of Feb. 6, 1960 for both.
He is shown born about 1911, she about 1914
This looks like her in census
1920 MILWAUKEE WARD 16, MILWAUKEE, WI
Louisa, age 68, widow, born MO father born Alsace Lorraine, mother born France
Louise,a ge 48, daughter, divorced, born MI father born NY mother born MO
Catherine, age 35, daughter, single, born MI father born NY mother born MO
Albert H., age 50, son in law, salesman, furniture, born KY father born NY mother born KY
Elenore, age 40, daughter, born MI father born NY mother born MO
Alfred K., age 21, grandson, salesman, furniture, born MI
William F., age 19, grandson, born MI
Johanes G., age 17, grandson, born MI
Eleanor, age 6, granddaughter, born MA
all children show father born KY mother born MI
McDernont looks like McDermont in image
1930 MILWAUKEE, MILWAUKEE, WI
Albert, age 58, proprietor, furniture store, born KY parents born US. first married at age 28
Eleanor, age 50, wife, born MI father own NY mother born MO, first married at age 20
James G., age 27, son, married, reporter, newspaper, born MI father born KY mother born MI, first married at age 23
Eleanor, age 16, daughter, single, born MA father born KY mother born MI
so while it says her brother was married, no wife with him
1940 MILWAUKEE, MILWAUKEE, WI
N. MARYLAND AVE.
Elinor, age 61, widow, born MI
James G., age 37, son, divorced, born I
Elinor, age 26, daughter, single, born MASS
James G., age 12, grandson, born WI
all are shown as living in same house in 1935
I went back to 1930 to look for James' son James but did not find him
all of the above I found at ancestry.com
at familysearch.org there is a birth for Eleanor Hecker, born Oct. 9, 1913 Milton, Massachusetts to Albert H. Hecker and Eleanor Mcdermott
You could try asking the Milwaukee Vital records office if they have a copy of the marriage record for Max and Eleanor - there should be one.
There is a newspaper article about the accident, but I don't have access to the site where it is.
It is at newspaper archive - I found it by googling Max Nohl died 1960 + obit
and it pops up, but you will need to pay to see the article
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