Nancy K. Steinberg 1872-1930
Posted By: Karon Velau (email)
Date: 4/12/2020 at 23:47:18
Nancy Katherine Steinberg
(March 6, 1872 – January 6, 1930)
Pomeroy Herald, Pomeroy, Iowa, Jan 16, 1930, p.1, col.2
Mrs. Henry Steinberg Dies After Long Illness
Mrs. Henry V. Steinberg, 58, wife of a prominent Calhoun County farmer, was buried on Wednesday of last week from the Congregational church in Manson with the Rev. Edward Lang, pastor, in charge. Mrs. Steinberg passed away on Monday evening following a long illness. Nancy Katherine Knauer was born in 1872 in Livingston County, Illinois, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knauer. In 1894 she was married to Henry Steinberg. Six years after their marriage they moved to Calhoun County, buying a farm between Pomeroy and Manson, on which they started farming. They have since resided on the same farm. Mrs. Steinberg is survived by her husband, three daughters and four sons. The daughters are Margaretta, Augusta and Esther. The sons are Frank, Carl, Martin and Joseph. The children all live at home except one son, Carl, who farms near Laurens. One son died in infancy. Three sisters and one brother also survive. Mrs. Steinberg was a great lover of plants and flowers of all varieties and made her home a colorful spot both winter and summer. She was the largest exhibitor of plants and flowers at the Calhoun County Fair until the last few years when her poor health kept her from entering.
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