Obit: Steder, Anna Margaret Walt (1866 – 1926)


Surnames: Steder, Kerston, Zinkel, Walt

----Sources: Manitowoc Herald News, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Thursday, September 02, 1926, Page 2



Complications which set in following a serious operation which She underwent a Short time ago caused the death of Mrs. Anna Margaret Steder, wife of John Steder, at the Holy Family hospital at 6:15 this morning; The funeral will be held from the family home at 1221 South Fifteenth street Saturday morning with services at St. Boniface Catholic church at 9 o'clock, the Rev. Kerston officiating. Burial will be at Calvary.

Anna Margaret Steder, nee Walter, was born in Manitowoc January 20, 1866 and was past sixty years of age. The family removed to Colby when she was twelve years old and it was at that place she was married to John Steder forty-six years ago. Seven years ago they returned to this city (Manitowoc, Wis.) to make their home, Mr. Steder being employed at the local plant of the Aluminum Goods Manufacturing company. Five children preceded the mother in death and surviving are the husband, two daughters, Mrs. Henry Zinkel and Mrs. Charles Walt, both of this city but the latter formerly of Portland, Oregon, and one son, Carl of Madison. Ten grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Rose Squires and a brother, Albert Walt, both of Florida, also survive her. She was a member of the local lodge of the E. F. U. and of the. Royal Neighbors and was also a member. of the SL Anne's society.

1880 Wisconsin Census Records, Hull, Marathon, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 344
Anna Walt, white, single, female
mother's name : Anna Walt
mother's birthplace : Germany

Household Members
self Frank Walt M 41 Germany
wife Anna Walt F 36 Germany
daughter Anna Walt F 14 Wisconsin, United States
daughter Bertha Walt F 11 Wisconsin, United States
son Charlie Walt M 3 Wisconsin, United States
daughter Sophie Walt F 0 Wisconsin, United States

Wisconsin Birth Records

Stetter (Steder)
gender: Female
birth date: 26 Feb 1895
father's name: Conrad Stetter
mother's name: Anna Wald

gender: Female
birth date: 06 Dec 1900
father's name: Conrad Stetter (Steder)
mother's name: Anna Waldt

1900 Federal Census, ED 17 Colby town Colby city Ward West, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 3

Anna Stetler, white, married female
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany
marital status: Married
years married: 18
estimated marriage year: 1882
mother how many children: 6
number living children: 3

Household Members
head Conrad Stetler (Steder) M 41 (Nov 1859) Wisconsin
wife Anna Stetler (Steder) F 34 (Jan 1866) Wisconsin
son Edward Stilter (Steder) M 17 (Feb 1883) Wisconsin
son John Stilter (Steder) M 17 (Oct 1883) Wisconsin
daughter Mary Stilter (Steder) F 14 (Aug 1886) Wisconsin
son Carl Stilter (Steder) M 11 (Jan 1889) Wisconsin

1905 Wisconsin State Census, Colby city, Clark, Wisconsin, pg. 48, line 55

J C Steder, white, married, male
place of birth: parent 1: Germany
place of birth: parent 2: Germany

Household Members
head J C Steder M 47y Wisconsin
wife Anna M Steder F 39y Wisconsin
son John H Steder M 20y Wisconsin (*family records say: John Henry Steder was born 29 Oct 1884 and died 31 Oct 1925)
son Carl P Steder M 16y Wisconsin (*family records say: Carl P. Steder was born 18 Jan 1889 and died Dec 1972)
daughter Mary J Steder F 18y Wisconsin (*family records say: Mary J. "Mayme" Steder was born 5 Aug 1886 and died 30 Mar 1967)
daughter Agnes F Steder F 4y Wisconsin (*family records say: Agnes Steder was born 6 Dec 1900 and died 3 Sep 1965)
son Frances J Steder M 2y Wisconsin

1940 Federal Census, Ward 16, Madison, Madison City, Dane, Wisconsin, United States, enumeration district number: 13-55, family 118

Conrath Steder, white, widowed male
residence in 1935: Same Place

Household Members
head Carl Steder M 51 Wisconsin
wife Theresa Steder F 52 Wisconsin
daughter Catherine Steder F 22 Wisconsin
father Conrath Steder M 81 Wisconsin



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