is Norah with an "h" a relatively new spelling?

Can’t seem to find any historical data for [name]Norah[/name] with an “h” as compared to just [name]Nora[/name]. Did [name]Norah[/name] ([name]Jones[/name]) introduce this spelling into mainstream or is it much older and more historic than that? Thanks!

Found some old Norahs!

[name]Norah[/name] [name]Gertrude[/name] [name]Walsh[/name] was born in [name]Cork[/name] c.1875.

I think [name]Norah[/name] is a little h heavy with [name]Sophia[/name],As to it’s history,Oh!,I think lilibet just solved that for you!

Yes, [name]Norah[/name] and [name]Sophia[/name] are a bit too redundant, but I can’t get rid of [name]Sophia[/name], so she has to accompany anything I choose! :slight_smile: