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New Albany Daily Ledger 03-18-1864 p2c3 Lasson. (cannot find !!!)

Marriage License. Eliza Stein and Nicholas

New Albany Daily Ledger 06-14-1870 p2c1 Marriage license was issued yesterday to Martin V. Navill and Mary T. Speizel, Nicholas Stein and Margaret Speizel. New Albany Daily Standard 02-17-1872 p4c7 Marriage License. The following marriage licenses were issued for the week ending February 17, 1872: Peter Stein and Louisa Robellas. New Albany Ledger Standard 02-25-1873 p4c3 Fire. The alarm of fire at 5:30 yesterday afternoon was caused by the burning of the bakery shop of Mr. Nicholas Losson. The fire originated in a defective flue. There was great danger, for a time, of the flames spreading to the adjoining buildings, and it was only by the almost superhuman exertions of the firemen, aided by the well-directed efforts of the residents of that portion of the city, that a very disastrous conflagration was stayed. The loss was light and is fully covered by insurance in the Germanic Insurance Co., represented by our genial friend John Horn. Mr. John Cooper has the contract to rebuild the shop.

New Albany Daily Ledger Standard 04-20-1878 p4c1 Bread and Butter. Marriage License. The following licenses have been issued during the week ending to-day: Ernest Losson and Kate Stein. New Albany Daily Ledger Standard 04-23-1878 p4c1 A Fashionable Wedding. There was a fashionable wedding at St. Marys Catholic church at 9 oclock this morning. The high contracting parties were Ernest Losson and Miss Kate Stein. Father Klein, of St. Marys, tied the knot in his usual happy style. The church was crowded with spectators. At 4 oclock this afternoon a sumptuous spread took place at the residence of Nick Losson, in Odd Fellows block, and the happy pair and friends were unusually happy. [m: 04-23-1878]

New Albany Daily Ledger 09-02-1881 p4c4 Miss Anna Stein, an amiable young lady, residing on State street between Oak and Sycamore, died of consumption last night. [d: 09-01-1881]

New Albany Ledger 08-17-1882 p4c3 Personals. Little Florence Stein, who has been ill with typhoid fever several weeks, was reported better to-day. New Albany Ledger 08-25-1882 p4c2 Personals. Florence, the little daughter of Peter Stein, who has been very low with typhoid fever, is convalescent.

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New Albany Ledger 09-23-1882 p4c3 Marriage License. The following parties have received marriage license this week: David Stein and Sarah Rude. Public Press 09-27-1882 p7c1 David Stein/Sarah Rude

New Albany Daily Ledger 10-09-1882 p4c5 DIED. STEIN ­ Henry, Sr. aged 70 years, at his residence on Lower Ninth street, between Main and Market, at 2:30 a.m. October 9 th, of inflammation of the bowels. The funeral will take place from the residence at 3 oclock p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday). Friends of the family invited to attend without further notice. Louisville, Chicago and Vanwert, O., papers please copy. [Death Records: George "Henry" Stein, Sr. d: 10-09-1882] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. III, p. 83 STEIN, George Henry; 8162; born Germany; 70 or 71; 10 Oct 1882; P10 R4 Lot 51; Inflanaten of the Baules; Dr. Stewat

New Albany Daily Ledger 02-26-1883 p4c2 On Saturday evening Mr. Peter Stein sent his eighty-year-old son to carry a pair of boots to a customer and collect $5 due on them. The lad started home with the money when he was stopped on the street by Ed. Armstrong, who went through his pockets and stole the $5 bill, which he got changed, giving $2 of the money to two boys named Young and keeping the balance. Mr. Stein gave the matter to Marshal Fein, who recovered all the money. Armstrongs father gave him a licking that he will not forget for many a day.

New Albany Ledger 06-13-1883 p4c4 LOVES VICTORIES: Marriage of Mr. Nicholas Stein and Miss Anna Losson. The spacious residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Losson, West First and Market streets, was the scene last night, of a happy assemblage of German and American society, to witness the marriage of Miss Anna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Losson, to Mr. Nicholas Stein, the prosperous young groceryman of East Eighth and Sycamore streets. The bride was attired in a rich silk and looked the picture of loveliness. The groom was dressed in the conventional black and looked very happy. At 8 oclock the young couple entered the parlor and were united in marriage by Mayor Richards, uncle of the bride, who performed the ceremony in the German language. After tendering congratulations the company were invited to the dining room where they partook of an elegantly spread supper. General enjoyment pervaded throughout the evening. The presents were many and handsome. Appended is a list: .......... [m: 06-12-1883] Public Press 06-20-1883 p7c2 Marriage License. Anna Losson and Nicholas Stein

New Albany Daily Ledger 06-09-1885 p4c2 Local Gatherings. Nicholas Losson to-day moved into his new and beautiful residence and business house at East (sic) and Elm streets.

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New Albany Ledger 09-26-1885 p4c2 Local Gatherings. Frank Stein, aged 76 years, father of Mr. Peter Stein, was buried this morning. He was a man of integrity and stood high among his friends. Public Press 09-30-1885 p7c3 FRANK STEIN

New Albany Daily Ledger 06-18-1886 p4c3 Personals. Mrs. Nicholas Stein presented her husband with a fine boy, which causes that broad smile on his face to-day. New Albany Ledger 08-18-1886 p4c4 DAVID STEIN/Mollie Voyles

New Albany Daily Ledger 03-15-1887 p4c2 Local Gatherings. Nicholas Stein's horse ran off this morning and dashed through East Thirteenth street at a furious rate. He was stopped at East Market and the railroad. The bakery wagon was not damaged. New Albany Ledger 09-08-1887 p4c4 Personals. Miss Mary Robellaz, who has been visiting her parents in this city, has returned to her position as a teacher at the Blind Asylum, Indianapolis. New Albany Ledger 09-08-1887 p4c2 Local Gatherings. On Sunday next, at the family residence on East Third street, the seventy-fourth birthday of Mr. John Louis Robellaz will be celebrated by a family reunion. Mr. Robellaz is one among the French pioneers of this city, and a gentleman held in high esteem by his acquaintances. New Albany Daily Ledger 03-09-1888 p4c3 Personals. Born, to the wife of E. Losson, West Spring street, a boy. [FLOYD COUNTY BIRTH INDEX: Edward Losson b: 03-??1888]] New Albany Daily Ledger 04-02-1888 p4c2 The funeral of Earnest, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Losson, West Main street, between First and Second, who died early Sunday morning, took place this morning. [d: 04-01-1888] [FLOYD COUNTY DEATH INDEX: John A. Losson 04-01-1888 CH 15 95?]

New Albany Daily Ledger 07-02-1888 p4c3 Personals. Florence Stein, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, East Market street, is dangerously ill. New Albany Ledger 07-05-1888 p4c2 and 07-06-1888 p4c3 Local Gatherings. Florence, the fourteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, Market, between East Third and Bank streets, died last night of inflammation of the bowels, after an illness of several weeks. Deceased was greatly endeared to her schoolmates and friends and was the idol of her parents, who have the sympathy of their many friends in their sad bereavement. The funeral takes place from St. Marys Catholic church Friday. [d: 07-04-1888]

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New Albany Ledger 07-06-1888 p4c3 The funeral of Miss Florence Stein, from St. Marys Catholic church this forenoon, was largely attended by her schoolmates and friends of the family. The body was interred in St. Marys cemetery. [d: 07-04-1888] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. III, p. 83 STEIN, Florence; 9516; 11; 6 Jul 1888; P7 R4 Lot 10; (Peter Stein); Perstonitis; Dr. Bowman

New Albany Evening Tribune 05-17-1893 p4c5 DROWNED IN THE OHIO. One of the Victims, Walter Briscoe, Wedded to Miss Ella Stevenson of This City. Walter Briscoe and Frederick Stein, of Louisville, were drowned at 5 oclock last evening in the river opposite this city. The boat capsized near the K. & I. Bridge and the men clung to it until opposite the water works when they attempted to swim to the Kentucky shore but sank beneath the water before they reached the bank. Their companion Lewis Feland reached the shore and was saved. The boat was caught by a number of boys in this city, who saw the accident and towed to the Indiana shore. Sheriff Kelly took charge of the coat, hats and other articles found in the boat. Mr. Briscoe was married to Miss Ella Stevenson, of this city, two years ago last Thanksgiving day. They have resided in Louisville since the marriage and have one son. Mrs. Briscoes father was living with them. Mr. Stein leaves a wife and two children. [d: 05-16-1893] New Albany Daily Ledger 03-22-1894 p5c3 Mrs. Kate Stein, aged 72 years, who resided on East Eighth street, died this morning after an illness of three months, of old age. Deceased had been a resident of New Albany for forty years, and was held in high esteem by those who knew her. She was a sister of Mr. Peter Strack, North State street. [d: 0322-1894] New Albany Daily Ledger 03-23-1894 p5c3 The funeral of Mrs. Kate Stein took place from the residence of Mrs. Catherine Stolz, Clark street, at 3 oclock this afternoon, Rev. Dr. Hauer, of the German M. E. church, conducting the religious services. [d: 03-22-1894] New Albany Daily Ledger 11-02-1894 p5c2 The barn of Nicholas Stein, who resides two miles west of Greenville, was burned at an early hour this morning, with all its contents, consisting of several head of stock, farming implements and several tons of hay. The origin of the fire is a mystery. Fairview Cemetery, Vol. IV, p. 71 STEIN, Robert E.; #11149; 4 yrs.; (Peter STEIN); bur 29 Apr 1895; P7 R4 Lot 10 G1; Marasmus; Dr. John H. Lemon [d: 04-26-1895] New Albany Daily Ledger 05-19-1897 p5c5 Personals. The marriage of Louis Stein and Miss Tillie Endres is announced to take place at St. Marys Catholic church on the morning of June 1, at 9 oclock. New Albany Weekly Tribune 05-21-1897 p5c2 Louis Stein/Tillie Endris (and 05-19-1897 and 06-04-1897???)

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New Albany Daily Ledger 06-01-1897 p5c4 Miss Matilda Endris Are Now One New Albany Weekly Tribune 06-04-1897 p5c4

A Pretty Wedding. Mr. Louis C. Stein and

Louis Stein/Matilda Endris

New Albany Daily Ledger 11-03-1897 p4c4 Personal invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Eva May Mullineaux to Mr. Theodore Stein, to occur Wednesday evening, Nov. 17, at 8:30 oclock, at Trinity M. E. church, this city. [m: 11-17-1897] New Albany Weekly Tribune 11-05-1897 p5c1 Public Press 11-10-1897 p5c1 Theodore Stein/Eva Mullineaux

THEODORE STEIN/Eva M. Mullineaux Theodore Stein

New Albany Daily Ledger 11-18-1897 p4c6 Happy Nuptials. (Louisville)/Eva May Mullineaux ­ will reside in Louisville New Albany Weekly Tribune 11-19-1897 p5c6

Theodore Stein/Eva Mullineaux

New Albany Daily Ledger 02-21-1900 p4c5 Miss Iona Merriwether and Joseph R. Stein of Georgetown township, were married to-day at the brides home. [m: 02-21-1900] New Albany Evening Tribune 06-25-1900 p3c1 Louis Stein/Anna L. Reiff (mar lic)

New Albany Daily Ledger 01-22-1901 p4c4 The marriage of Miss Henrietta Stein to Mr. Christopher Reising was solemnized at 10 oclock this ­ Tuesday ­ morning at St. Marys Catholic church. Dean Edward M. Faller pronounced the ceremony with the full rites of the church in the presence of a large assembly of the friends of the happy couple. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, and is handsome, popular and accomplished. The groom is a gentleman of high respectability and culture, and holds a responsible position in the mail service. Mr. and Mrs. Reising will reside in this city. [m: 01-22-1901] New Albany Weekly Tribune 01-25-1901 p5c1 (indexed REISERT) HENRIETTA STEIN/Christopher Reising

New Albany Ledger 06-01-1901 p4c3 Personals. The marriage of Miss Antoinette Losson and Mr. Charles F. Pfeffer will occur Wednesday morning, June 5, at 5:30 A.M. at St. Marys church. They will leave after the ceremony for the East, and spend some time at the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo. Dean E. M. Faller will pronounce the ceremony. [m: 06-05-1901] [New Albany Tribune 03-28-1952] 50 YEARS AGO. MARCH 28, 1902. Louis Stein, the shoe merchant on Pearl st., believes in keeping his plate glass windows and doors scrupulously clean and it caused the glass in the door to be shattered this afternoon. A farmer named Sappenfield started to walk into the store and the glass in the door extending

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to within a few inches of the floor caused Mr. Sappenfield to think the door was open. He started in and was stopped suddenly when he jammed his knee through the glass which shattered to the floor. He was not cut, but was badly frightened. New Albany Daily Ledger 01-29-1903 p4c3 Miss Catherine Losson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Losson, died on Wednesday evening, 28 th inst., at the family residence, 1130 East Elm street, aged twenty-two years. She had been ill for a long time, and her death was not unexpected. [d: 01-28-1903] New Albany Evening Tribune 09-01-1904 p4c2 Local Gatherings. Mr. Will Stein, son of county commissioner Peter Stein, has been appointed to a position as accountant in the office of the Monon company at Lafayette. New Albany Evening Tribune 09-01-1904 p4c4 Personal Mention. Mr. John Stein still continues quite ill of typhoid fever at his home, West First and Market streets. New Albany Evening Tribune 10-21-1904 p4c4 and New Albany Weekly Tribune 10-28-1904 p7c3 Personals. Frederick Stein, of Chicago, and Miss Anna Cook were married last week at the home of the bride, 35 West Fifth street. New Albany Weekly Tribune 12-09-1904 p5c3 DEATHS. Nicholas Stein, an old resident of Harrison county died Sunday at his home at Bradford, after a long illness. He was seventy years old and leaves a family. He has been engaged in the huckstering business for a number of years. He was a member of the Catholic church at Bradford from which place the funeral services were held Tuesday morning. New Albany Weekly Ledger 01-17-1906 p5c2 MR. PETER STEIN. Candidacy for Re-election as County Commissioner.... New Albany Evening Tribune 04-14-1906 p4c2 He Announces His

FREDERICK/ANNA STEIN (divorce)

New Albany Weekly Ledger 08-01-1906 p8c4 Frederick Yearns and Miss Anna Stein were married Saturday night at parsonage of Wesley Chapel on Lafayette street between Market and Spring, the ceremony having been performed by the Rev. W. R. Plummer.

Public Press 03-23-1909 p5c2 Mrs. Martin F. Stein, aged 82 years, died at 7 oclock this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Tilden, 1823 Conservative street, of old age. Occurring to the lateness of the hour of receiving this news, particulars could not be obtained, as funeral arrangements had not been made. [d: 03-23-1909 ­ see below New Albany Weekly Ledger 03-31-1909 p9c2 (Mrs.) MARIE J. STEIN ­ St. Pauls Episcopal, Fairview Cemetery; son, George L. Stein, Huntingburg ­ see above Fairview Cemetery, Vol. V, p. 90 STEIN, Maria F.; 14485; 82 yrs; bur 29 Mar 1909; P10 R4 Lot 51; General Debility; Dr. G. E. Dosh; Frank A. Kraft

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New Albany Weekly Ledger 08-18-1909 p5c5 Lively Blaze Destroys Stable and Damages Old Losson Bakery Building. The Losson bakery building in Main street between West First and West Second streets owned by Z. T. Graham, was damaged by fire at 10 oclock last night while the stable in the rear was practically destroyed and the adjoining stable in the rear of the residence of J. B. Cain, 212 West Second street, was badly damaged. The total loss is placed at $1,500 and Mr. Graham sustained a loss of $1,200 while the loss to Mr. Cain is placed at $300. A quantity of household goods that was stored in the Cain stable added to the loss and the bakery machinery added to the loss of Mr. Graham. The losses are partly covered by insurance. The blaze originated in the rear of the bakery and is supposed to have caught from the ovens. When it was discovered the flames were bursting from the building. A fire alarm was sounded and the fire department promptly responded, but by the time the firemen arrived the blaze had spread to the stable which is only a few feet from the main building and had reached the adjoining stable on the Cain property. Turning three leads of hose on the burning building the firemen in a few minutes had the flames under control and in a short time extinguished the blaze. In preventing the spread of the fire into the large brick building in Main street the firemen performed some excellent work. New Albany Weekly Ledger 08-18-1909 p5c3 SAD ACCIDENT. John Losson Stein, Popular Young Man, Meets Untimely Death. Drowns in YMCA Swimming Pool. His Death is a Great Shock to His Many Friends. Young Man of Exemplary Character. John L. Stein, a well known and highly esteemed young man of this city, was drowned while bathing in the swimming pool of the New Albany Young Mens Christian Association at 6 oclock last night. The accident was a most deplorable one and was a great shock to the many friends of the unfortunate young man and his family. Young Stein, in company with Paul Erni, Frank Byrn and Otto Robinson, youths who were somewhat younger than himself, went to the swimming pool for a bath, and while they were in the pool Stein dived into the pool at a point where the water was six feet deep. He remained under the water for such a length of time as to cause comment of his companions as to the length of time that he was able to hold his breath, and finally it dawned upon them that something was wrong. They promptly went to this assistance, when they were horrified to find that he was unconscious. Hastily dragging the unconscious man from the pool the boys at once notified J. M. McClure, Secretary of the Association on the second floor of the building who at once summoned physicians. A few minutes later Dr. Frank H. Wilcox and Dr. J. F. Weathers arrived. The physicians worked with the body for more than half an hour, but from the first it was evident that life was extinct and the young man could not be resuscitated. It is the belief of the physicians that death was due to strangulation in the water. Dr. Weathers stated that there was no evidence that he had struck his head on the bottom of the pool when he dived or that he had been seized with heart disease or any other attack. It was rumored on the streets last night that young Stein after becoming very warm while at work in his fathers bakery, had gone to the YMCA building to take a cold plunge in the pool and that the shock brought on a sudden attack of heart disease, but the physicians unite in the statement that the water in the pool was tepid and that the temperature could not have produced a shock. It is believed that when the young man who was unable to swim found himself in water over his head he became panic stricken and did not exert the

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proper effort to save his life. By walking only a few steps in any direction he could have reached a point where his head would have been above the water. After the physicians had declared that life was extinct Dr. W. R. Richards, county coroner, was notified and viewed the remains. He will probably return a verdict of accidental drowning. The body was removed to the undertaking establishment of Frank A. Kraft, Bank and Main street, where it was prepared for burial after which it was removed to the young mans home. Shortly after the accident a meeting of the Board of Directors of the YMCA was held in the building, when it was decided to make a thorough investigation of the accident with a view of ascertaining whether or not the unfortunate occurrence could in any way be traced to any act of neglect on the part of any one connected with the association. The investigation was made last night and the facts that ere learned led the members of the Board to believe that the accident was wholly unavoidable. While the members of the Board deeply deplore the occurrence, they are of the belief that no one connected with the association is in any way to blame. John Stein was twenty-two years of age and was the only son of Nicholas Stein, who conducts an extensive bakery at West First and Market streets. For several years he had been engaged in business with his father and had brought into the business such business capability that the trade of the concern had been greatly extended on account of his efforts. For the past year he had been practically in charge of the business in which he was eminently successful and he had an exceptionally promising career before him. Possessed of a genial clever disposition, young Stein had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances in the city and was extremely popular wherever he was known. While he was not a member of any church, he had from childhood been a regular attendant at the church services and Sabbath school of the First Presbyterian church, and he was a young man of exemplary habits. Besides his parents he is survived by two younger sisters, Misses Barbara and Katherine Stein. He was a member of Ohioah Tribe of Red Men and was also a member of Post "Q" Travelers protective Association. [d: 08-12-1909] New Albany Weekly Ledger 08-18-1909 p8c1 LAST SAD RITES. Funeral of John Losson Stein is Largely Attended. The funeral of John Losson Stein, the young man who was drowned while bathing in the YMCA swimming pool last Thursday afternoon, took place at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Stein, West First and Market streets, and was largely attended by the relatives and friends of the family. Numerous elaborate floral designs attested the high esteem in which the young man was held by his friends. A committee of Ohioah tribe of Red Men conducted the ritualistic service of that order and the Rev. Dr. Frank W. Grossman, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, preached the sermon. The body was taken to Fairview cemetery for burial and the pall bearers were, Norman Richie, Lawrence Reising, Charles Dieckmann, Edward Bahr, George Moser, Jr., John Kiefner, Ray Bizot, Frank Fougerousse, Jr., Herman Enslinger, Frank Richards, Jr, Nicholas Bertrand and Joseph Trudeau. [d: 08-12-1909] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. V, p. 90 STEIN, John L.; 14584; 23 yrs.; bur 15 Aug 1909; P12 R2 Lot 9 G3; (Nicholas Stein); Accidental drowning; Dr. W. R. Richards, coroner; Frank A. Kraft

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New Albany Evening Tribune 12-14-1909 p4c3 Personal Mention. Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Stein, of New York city, are visiting Mr. Steins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, Shelby street. New Albany Daily Ledger 10-17-1912 p4c2 William P. Stein/Lillian Russell William P. Stein/Lillian Russell (not a

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New Albany Tribune 10-13-1913 OLD TIME RESIDENTS. ...Peter Richards and wife, Anna, who came here in 1832, also left a long list of descendants. The old Richards homestead on Pearl St. Hill still stands as it was seventy years go, and is in good condition. From this line came the following: Mrs. August Bizot, whose sons live in Louisville; Peter Richards Jr., John, Anna, Frank, Francis, Lillian, Marie Richards, Mrs. Mary Riggenburger and Mrs. Clyde McDaniels, children of Peter Richards Jr.; Mary Margaret and Leota Riggenburger, John and Frank, sons of John Richards; Richards and an infant whose name was not given in, children of Mrs. Clyde McDaniels; Mrs. N. Stein, Ms. Ed. Hartley, Mrs. N. Bettinger, Jr.; Barbara and Catherine, children of Mrs. Stein; Hannah, daughter of Mrs. Hartley; Mrs. Kiefner, Herman and Losson, children of Mrs. Bettinger; Mary Richards, Elizabeth Richards, Mrs. Frank Enslinger and son, Karl Enslinger; Mrs. Ben Hinkebein and children, Hilda, Frances and Claude Richards. ...John Zeilmann and wife, Anna M. Fuhrmann, and George Erhardt and his wife, Anna and John H. Meister and his wife, Anna K., all came to New Albany about the same time. The year, as nearly as can be given, was about 1838. These six were among the founders of the German Methodist church. The wives of these three men were sisters, and were all named Anna, the discrimination being the attending initial. Descendants of the Zeilmann family are : Mrs. A. J. Lang, J. L. Lang, Leander, John, Amelia and William Kohl and Mrs. Tessie Kohl Bonifer; Helen Bonifer; Edward Kohl, and Mrs. Edna Kohl Cook, Margaret Cook; Raymond and Gordon Kohl and Mrs. Florence Stein and son, William C. Stein. The Erhardt descendants are: Mrs. Harry Carpenter, Mrs. Lena Welton, Roy, William and Harriet Carpenter; Edwin, Bart, William and Roberta Welton and Mary Welton. ...Descendants of Joseph Wicks, pioneer, are: John A. Wicks, Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Anton Schmidt, George Graves, George Mullineaux, Tom and Martha Mullineaux, Mrs. Theodore Stein, Theodore Jr., and Bernice Stein, Mrs. W. H. Ratliff, Mrs. T. O. Pinaire, Jane Pinaire, Mrs. Roscoe Carnahan, Mrs. Lloyd Howe, Mabel Ratliff; Henry Allen, Mrs. Paul Tebault, Paul Tebault, Bertha, Robert and Verna Allen; James Allen, James Jr. and Mrs. Lula Wright; Lewis Allen, Mrs. Joe Moody, Allen Moody, Lewis Jr. and son, Bruce Allen, Mrs. Emmett Luther, Helen Allen and Miner Allen. Public Press 06-24-1914 p5c3 STEIN'S BAKERY. Suffers Heavy Loss By Fire Monday; Building Saved But Contents Destroyed. The plant of Steins Bakery, West First and Market streets, was badly damaged by fire Monday. The bakery was owned and operated by Conrad Hertlein and he estimated the loss to the building and equipment at approximately

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$10,000. Most of this will be a loss, as only small insurance was carried on the plant, $4,500, it is said. New Albany Daily Ledger 04-05-1916 p4c5 s/o OSCAR STEIN New Albany Daily Ledger 07-14-1917 p1c6 Secret Marriage Announced. Mrs. Catharine Norton Salyards, of Lou., Ky., announces the marriage of her daughter, Helen Elizabeth (Salyards), to Theodore I. Stein Jr., 1809 E. Elm street, Mon., oct. 2, 1916. The marriage has been successfully kept secret for 10 months while Theodore Stein finished his course in High School. He is the son of Theodore Stein Sr. [m: 10-02-1916) New Albany Tribune 08-08-1917 p1c3 DIES OF HEART TROUBLE. The funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Reisert, who was found dead Tuesday afternoon sitting on a chair at her home near Borden, will take place at 9 oclock Thursday morning at St. Michaels church at Bradford. Mrs. Reisert was widow of the late Peter Reisert, and was 70 years old. Her death was due to heart trouble. She is survived by three sons, William, Peter and Nicholas Reisert, and one brother, John Stein, of Greenville. [d: 08-07-1917] New Albany Daily Ledger 11-21-1917 p1c1 and New Albany Weekly Ledger 11-28-1917 p3c3 and New Albany Daily Ledger 11-30-1917 p1c7 LOUISE E. STEIN/H. Oliver Bocard New Albany Daily Ledger 02-02-1918 p4c2 Mrs. Theodore Stein (fracture)

Public Press 02-06-1918 p6c3 ACCIDENTS. Mrs. Theodore Stein, 716 Vincennes street, who has been suffering at St. Edwards Hospital from the effects of a fracture of her shoulder, resulting from a fall on the icy pavements, is improving and has returned to her home. New Albany Daily Ledger 03-11-1918 p4c2 and Public Press 03-13-1918 p2c2 Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stein will leave shortly for Evansville, where Mr. Stein has an important position. New Albany Daily Ledger 05-25-1918 p1c1 Christopher Reising, of Boston, is here, having joined his family which has been in the city for the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. Reising and children will return to Boston where they will reside. The trip will be made by automobile. New Albany Daily Ledger 05-25-1918 p3c1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stein, formerly of this city, now of New York City, are here for several days visiting Mr. Steins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, of Shelby street. New Albany Daily Ledger 06-12-1918 p4c2 Personals. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Stein of New York City are here visiting friends and relatives. They have just returned form Chicago where Dr. Stein attended the convention of the American Medical Association.

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NAWL 01-01-1919 p3c3 Personals. Dr. Frank Stein and Mrs. Stein arrived from New York today to visit Dr. Steins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, Shelby street. New Albany Daily Ledger 01-13-1919 p4c3 Personals. Mrs. Frank Stein, after visiting relatives at Huntingburg, has returned to the city and will spend a few days with relatives here before returning to her home in New York. New Albany Daily Ledger 08-25-1919 p4c4 New York, to enter Columbia University. New Albany Daily Ledger 07-13-1920 p1c2 Herbert E. Stein, will leave September 6th for

BERNICE. STEIN/Harold Selzer

New Albany Weekly Ledger 09-15-1920 p1c7 and 09-17-1920 p4 PETER STEIN OLD RESIDENT PASSES AWAY. Retired Shoe Merchant and Former Member of Board of County Commissioners Succumbs After Surgical Operation. LONG AND USEFUL LIFE. Coming With His Parents to This City in Boyhood He Lived Here For More Than Sixty Years. Peter Stein, an old resident of the city, a retired shoe merchant and a former member of the Board of County Commissioners, died at 3 oclock this morning at St. Edwards Hospital. He had been in poor health for some time and was taken to the hospital last Monday night for a surgical operation. For the past two days his condition had been considered critical. Mr. Stein was 74 years old and was a native of Germany, coming to this city where he was reared and where he has resided continuously for more than sixty years. For many years he was engaged in the shoe business on Market street and later was succeeded by his son, Louis Stein, when the business was moved to Pearl street. Mr. Stein was elected a member of the Board of County Commissioners in 1908, serving a term of three years. Besides his wife Mr. Stein is survived by three sons and three daughters. They are Louis C. Stein and William Stein of this city; and Dr. Frank Stein of New York; and Mrs. [Christian] Reising, of Boston; Mrs. Oliver Bocard and Miss Anna Stein of this city. He was a member of St. Marys Catholic church. The body was removed today to the family residence at 1717 Shelby street. The funeral will be held at St. Marys Catholic church at 9 oclock Friday morning. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery. [d: 09-15-1920] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. VII, p. 129 STEIN, Peter; 17604; 74 yrs; bur 17 Sep 1920; P7 R4 Lot 10 G1; (Peter Stein); Visical lithrosis; D. F. Davis; Geo. A. Kraft New Albany Weekly Ledger 09-21-1920 p1c2 The will of Peter Stein was filed in the Circuit Court. He gave his estate to his wife, Louise Stein, during her life, and after her death the home on Shelby street is to go to her daughter, Anna B. Stein. The remainder of the estate is to be divided equally between his children. He names his wife an executrix. [d: 09-21-1920] New Albany Daily Ledger 07-20-1921 p1c5 HEAT PROSTRATION PROVES FATAL. Mrs. Ellen Stein, wife of John Stein of Greenville Township dies Tuesday Afternoon. Age 67; daughter, Mrs. Maggie Taylor, Greenville Township, St. Michaels Bradford. [d: 07-19-1921]

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New Albany Tribune 03-29-1922 p7c4 WELL KNOWN WOMAN DIES. Mrs. Anna Stein, wife of Nicholas Stein, a well-known resident of New Albany, died at 6 oclock Thursday night at her home, 1902 Ekin avenue, following an illness of over a year from a complication of disease. Several months ago she underwent a surgical operation. Mrs. Stein, who was 63 years old, was a native of New Albany. She was a daughter of the late John Losson. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Misses Barbara and Catherine Stein, of this city, and also two sisters, Mrs. Edward Hartley and Mrs. Nicholas Bettinger, of New Albany. [d: 03-23-1922] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. VII, p. 129 STEIN, Anna; 17987; 63 yrs; bur 26 Mar 1922; P12 R2 Lot 9 G2; (Nicholas Stein); Ac. Ulcer of stomach; A. R. Bizat; Geo. A. Kraft

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New Albany Weekly Ledger 01-10-1930 p1c4 Mrs. Louisa Stein, 79, widow of Peter Stein. Daughters: Olive? Bocard, 1230 Vincennes; Mrs. Christopher Reising, New Albany; Anna Stein, Louisa Stein; sons, Louis C. Stein, William P., both of New Albany; Dr. Frank J. Stein, NY; brother, Charles Robellaz, Louisville; sister, Mrs. Marie Robellaz Avery, Daytona Beach, Fl. [d:12-29-1929] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. VII, p. 129 STEIN, Louisa; 20150; not given; bur 31 Dec 1929; P7 R4 Lot 10 G2; Lobar pneumonia; W. C. Winstandley; Geo. A. Kraft

CORONERS INQUEST ON MARY C. STEIN. February 20, 1930 I was called to George Krafts Funeral Parlor to view remains of Mrs. Mary C. Stein, on Wednesday evening at 8:00 P.M. On examination of body, I found her bleeding from right ear, her right hand bruised; also left hand at knuckle of middle finger bruised and swollen. On more careful examination I found a fracture of skull, at the base. I discovered no other evidence of violence or injury. After viewing remains, and examination of witnesses, I found that Mrs. Mary C. Stein came to her death from fracture of skull, caused by leaping from moving automobile on State Highway #31, some where between Scottsburg and Henryville, about 5:30 P.M. on Feb. 19, 1930. P. H. SCHOEN, Deputy Coroner. [d: 02-19-1930????] [FLOYD COUNTY DEATH INDEX: CH36 131]

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New York Times 05-11-1931 STEIN ­ On Sunday, May 10, 1931, Mabel [Stein], beloved wife of Frank J. Stein, M.D. Funeral service at the Collegiate Church, 181 st St. and Fort Washington Av., New York City, Monday, May 11 at 12 oclock. Interment New Albany, Ind. Kindly omit flowers. [d: 05-10-1931] New Albany Tribune 05-11-1931 p1c5 Former Resident Taken By Death. Mrs. Frank Stein Dies Sunday In New York Following Prolonged Illness. Mrs. Mabel Jenkins Stein, 50 years old, wife of Dr. Frank J. Stein, died Sunday morning at her home in New York City, following several months illness from a complication of diseases. The body will arrive here at 10:30 oclock Tuesday morning and will be taken to Fairview Cemetery, where funeral services will be conducted at 10:45 oclock at the grave. Mrs. Stein, who was a daughter of the late Lyman C. Jenkins, passenger conductor on the Southern Railroad, formerly resided in New Albany. Surviving her besides her husband are a son, John Beecher Stein, and one sister, Mrs. Edna Wilson of Flint, Mich. [d: 05-10-1931] New Albany Weekly Ledger 05-15-1931 p2c3 MRS. STEINS BODY RETURNED. Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel Jenkins Stein, 50 years old, a former resident of New Albany, were held at 10:45 oclock Tuesday at the grave in Fairview Cemetery. The body arrived Tuesday from New York, where she died at her home Sunday. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Frank J. Stein; a son, John Beecher Stein, of New York, and a sister, Mrs. Edna Wilson, Flint, Michigan. [d: 05-10-1931] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. VIII, p. 152 STEIN, Mabel J.; 20474; 51 yrs; res new York, NY; d 10 May 1931; bur 12 May 1931; P12 R2 Lot W 6 of 10 G2; (Nicholas Stein trans to Frank J. Stein ­ 1931); Cancer of uterus; None named; George A. Kraft

New Albany Tribune 06-22-1932 p1c1 BAKERY FOUNDER ILL SHORT TIME TAKEN BY DEATH. Nicholas Stein, 1918 Ekin Ave., 80 years old, New Albany native. Survivors: 2 daughters, Misses Barbara and Catherine Stein, both of New Albany. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 a.m. Friday afternoon at the residence and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. The Rev. R. R. Murphy, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. [d: 06-22-1932] New Albany Weekly Ledger 06-24-1932 p3c2 NICHOLAS STEIN

Fairview Cemetery, Vol. VIII, p. 152 STEIN, Nicholas; 20716; 80 yrs; d 22 Jun 1932; bur 24 Jun 1932; P12 R2 Lot 9 G1; (Nicholas Stein); Cerebral hemorrhage; R. W. Harris; Geo. A. Kraft New Albany Tribune 06-25-1932 p6c6 FLORIDA WRITER ON VISIT HERE. Mrs. Marie Robellaz Avery of Dayton Beach, Fla., formerly of New Albany is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reising, Mr. and Mrs. William P. Stein and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bocard, relatives. She is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bocard, 1230 Vincennes

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street. A family reunion was held Friday in honor of Mrs. Avery, which was attended by a very large number of relatives and friends. Among the out-of-town guests were Miss Myrtle Robellaz of Lafayette, Ind., and [Mr.] Vic Atkinson of Chicago, whose husband is night editor of the Chicago Tribune. Mrs. Avery, whose travels and studies have provided her with a wealth of information, proved to be a charming guest for the occasion. The Florida woman has gained a national reputation as a short story writer. She spends many hours in her summer home at Daytona Beach writing for some of the countrys popular magazines. Mrs. Avery is also highly versed in different sciences and is a thorough student of history and current events. New Albany Tribune 06-25-1932 p6c6 FLORIDA WOMAN HOST AT DINNER SATURDAY. Mrs. Marie Robellaz Avery, Daytona Beach, Fla., was hostess to a dinner given at The Tavern Saturday. The invited guests were the Rev. William A. Jochum, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stein, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reising, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bocard, Mr. and Mrs. William Koch, and Miss Anna Stein. New Albany Weekly Ledger 07-07-1933 p3c1 Personals. Dr. Frank Stein of New York City is the guest of his brothers, Louis and William; his sister, Mrs. Oliver Bocard; and other relatives. Fairview Cemetery, Vol. VIII, p. 152 STEIN, Nancy; 21115; 91 yrs; d 24 Mar 1934; bur 25 Mar 1934; P5 R5 Lot 20 G3; (W. S. Culbertson "Old Ladies Home"); Fractured skull ­ fall; Anna I. McKamey; Elmer H. Dieckmann [d: 03-24-1934 CH37 16] New Albany Tribune 08-20-1935 p1c8 and p2c7 LOUIS C. STEIN, SHOE MERCHANT TAKEN BY DEATH. Well Known Business Man In City For 40 Years Passes Away In Brief Illness. STARTED CAREER AS YOUTH. Louis C. Stein, 62, proprietor of the Stein Shoe Store, Pearl street, and one of New Albanys best known business men, died at 12:15 oclock Tuesday afternoon in St. Edwards Hospital, to which he was removed a week ago for treatment for a complication of diseases. Mr. Stein began his business career here when a young man. He was employed for a while as a clerk in the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company in this city. Because of exceptional ability he was transferred to Lexington, Ky., to take charge of a store of the company there. Returning to New Albany Mr. Stein engaged in the shoe business, succeeding his father, the late Peter Stein, founder of the Stein Shoe Store. After conducting a store on Market street, Mr. Stein opened an establishment on Pearl street. He was in the shoe business forty years. Mr. Stein was born and reared in New Albany and received his education in this city. He was a member of the choir of St. Marys Catholic Church for many years and sang in a choir in the Catholic Church while residing in Lexington. Always interested in baseball, Mr. Stein counted among his many personal friends, Jouett Meekin, former famous pitcher, who was a companion in youth. Because of his belief in honesty in government, Mr. Stein was a staunch supporter of William Jennings Bryan, from the time the Great Commoner delivered his noted "Cross of Gold" speech at the Chicago convention in 1896. Mr. Stein was a director of the American Bank. He was a member of St. Marys Catholic Church, and of New Albany Lodge of Elks and New Albany

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Council, Knights of Columbus. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Matilda Endris Stein; four sons, Robert E. Stein, Herbert F. Stein, Leon P. Stein and Emiel E. Stein, and two daughters, Misses Florence and Mary Stein, all of New Albany; two brothers, Dr. Frank J. Stein of New York City, and William P. Stein of New Albany; and three sisters, Mrs. Christopher Reising of Cincinnati, O., and Mrs. Oliver Bocard and Miss Anna Stein, both of New Albany. The body has been removed to the family residence at 1115 East Main street. Funeral services will be held at 9 oclock Thursday morning in St. Marys Church. Burial will take place in St. Marys Cemetery on Charlestown boulevard. [d: 08-20-1935] New Albany Tribune 08-20-1937 p6c4 Theodore Stein, Evansville, Dies. Theodore Stein, Sr., a former resident of this city and an uncle of Thomas L. Mullineaux, undertaker, died at 6 oclock Tuesday night at the residence in Evansville, Ind. Mr. Stein left New Albany in 1917 to become the Evansville representative of the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. At the time of his death, he was in the brokerage business. [d: 08-20-1937] New Albany Tribune 08-21-1937 p3c3 Mrs. William P. Stein and children, East Main street, have returned after a several weeks visit with W. R. Stein and family, New York City. New Albany Tribune 10-08-1938 p3c1 HERB STEIN/Frances Tegart

New Albany Ledger & Tribune 08-03-1945 p1c3 (photo) Pete Stein, Furloughing At Home, Tells How He Stepped On Deadly Mine. [Photo: Charles Schan, after 10 years retirement, accepted management of the Stein Shoe Store for the duration, with "Pete" who became Pfc. Leon P. Stein, and now hopes to get back into the shoe store soon.] By AL SCHANSBERG. Pfc. Leon"Pete" Stein, on furlough from Percy Jones General Hospital, Battle Creek, Mich., is visiting friends with the aid of a wheel chair and crutches, and receiving callers on the front porch of the Stein residence, 1115 E. Main street. "I was lucky," he said, referring to the mine explosion last October 9 in Luxembourg, which cost him his right foot and left great toe. Except for two fractures of his left leg, which is still in a heavy cast, he received no higher injuries. After his return to this country, surgeons at Percy Jones amputated more of his right leg to a point five and one half inches below the knee and fitted an artificial limb, which Pfc. Stein is gradually becoming accustomed to. Manager of the Stein Shoe Store for many years, "Pete" joined the Army in October, 1942. After more than a year of training in this country, for the most part as storekeeper in the Quartermaster Corps, he was transferred to the infantry and sent to England in a British ship. Nazis Mined Everything. From March 1944 until a week after D-Day, he was stationed in northern Wales. Training there with the Third army General Patton was preparing to invade France, Pfc. Stein requested transfer to a regimental headquarters outfit. "They told me I wouldnt have to do much walking there, because wed have jeeps and trucks to carry us through," he laughed by way of explanation. His new job was mine detection and removal. A partner worked with him, using the electrical mine detector, and he followed marking spots where mines were found and thus indicating clear lanes for troops and vehicles to go through.

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"Most of our job was finding booby traps," he explained. "The Germans were clever. They mined everything they thought an American soldier would use, if they had time before giving up a position. "In houses they had vacated, wed usually find a wine bottle on the table. A lot of thirsty soldiers made the mistake of picking up those bottles. Drawn window shades were often booby-trapped, and the chain-pull toilets, he recalled. Entering France on June 13, seven days after D-Day, 1944, Pfc. Stein was transferred form one Army to another during the invasion and breakthrough period. He crossed France, Belgium, and into Luxembourg. Steps on Buried Mine. While helping to clear the way for the Moselle river crossing, he stepped on a buried mine which the locater ahead of him had failed to detect. "It was probably a wooden or plastic mine," he said, "since the mine detector spotted any mine that had metal in it. The Germans mixed ,,em up; planted several kinds in the same area, and some, one below the other." Recalling the incident, he said, "I had just noticed another fellows leg sticking out of the ground, and was feeling sorry for him when I stepped on the mine. "The next thing I knew, I was slumped on the ground. I didnt know what had happened to me. There wasnt any pain, just a kind of numb pressure. I reached down to where it was, and a soldier near me told me not to. I glanced over my shoulder and saw one of my shoes. "The soldier gave me the sulfa tablets in my kit. I didnt have any water in my canteen and neither did he, so I had to choke them down dry," he said. Medics were called, but since Stein had stepped on an undetected mine, they didnt respond immediately. He lay there for half an hour before removal, bleeding profusely. Wakes Up In Hospital. From that point he remembers only that he woke up once on a stretcher, another time on a stretcher-carrying jeep, and then in a base hospital. He knows he was given a lot of blood or plasma, and drugs to ease the pain and keep him quiet. He was flown to England, hospitalized there, and several months ago put aboard ship and sent to the Battle Creek, Mich. Hospital. A week ago, his brother Herbert Stein, of Kokomo, who formerly owned a liquor store here at State and Market streets, called for him at the hospital and brought "Pete" to New Albany for a 30-day furlough. An active member of the retail merchants organization, "Pete" was also a former treasurer of the Optimist Club. When he joined the Army, he persuaded Charles Schan, who had retired from the shoe business 10 years before, to take over management of the store for the duration. FLOYD COUNTY DEATH INDEX PAUL LEO STEIN [d: 05-11-1946 CH 11 31]

New Albany Tribune 03-05-1947 p2c4 Kron ­ Stein Wedding. The wedding of Miss Dorothy Ellen Kron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Kron, 1717 Culbertson Ave., and John Beecher Stein, son of Dr. Frank Stein of New York, formerly of New Albany, was solemnized Friday, February 21st at 8:15 p.m. in the rectory of Holy Trinity Catholic church, Rev. Thomas P. Carey officiated. The attendants were Miss Marilyn McLin and Austin Drewry of New Albany. The bride wore a two-piece brown dress with matching accessories and a white orchid. Miss McLin wore a pale green suit with black accessories and a white

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gardenia. Following the ceremony, the couple went on a trip to Cincinnati. They are residing in Lawrenceburg, Ind., where the groom is in charge of the quality laboratory of the Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc. The bride was formerly employed in the business office of W. G. R. C. Showers were given for the bride recently by Beta Sigma Phi sorority; Misses Deal McIntosh and Doris Capper; and Mrs. Lloyd Rogers. [m: 02-21-1947] New Albany Tribune 04-05-1947 p2c4 Daily Record. Marriage Licenses Issued: John E. Stein, 29, 1304 E. Main, traffic manager, to Eva Louise Gohmann, 23, Silver Hills, secretary. New Albany Tribune 04-09-1947 p1c7 pt2 New Albany Tribune 05-21-1947 p1c3 1947 John Stein/Eva Gohmann

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New Albany Tribune 05-29-1947 p4c6 Miss Anna Stein Dies Thursday After Long Illness. Miss Anne B. Stein, 63, died at 8:30 a.m. Thursday at the St. Edwards hospital, after a lingering illness. She was a member of the St. Marys Catholic church. Survivors include: 2 brothers, Dr. Frank J. Stein, New York; William P. Stein, New Albany; 2 sisters, Mrs. Christopher Reising, Daytona Beach, FL; and Mrs. H. Oliver Bocard , NA. The body is at the Kraft parlors pending services. The funeral will be held in St. Marys church at 9 a.m. with burial in the Fairview cemetery. [d: 05-29-1947] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. XI, p. 133 STEIN, Anna B.; 23843; 63 yr; d 29 May 1947; bur 31 May 1947; P7 R4 Lot 10 G3; (Peter Stein); Hodgins disease lymphadsonmar; not given; George A. Kraft

New Albany Tribune A former resident of New Albany, Dr. Frank J. Stein, 69, died at 8 a.m. Saturday at his home, New York City. The body will arrive at the Kraft Funeral Home Tuesday noon. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Marys Catholic Church. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Dr. Stein, who had been retired several years, was the former president of the Chemical Manufacturing Company of New York City. He was head of the group that sponsored the "Medical Economic Magazine" and the "Registered Nurses". He served as president of the New York Chemical Club. He was a member of St. Marys Catholic Church. Survivors are one son, John B. Stein of Lawrenceburg; two sisters, Mrs. Louise Bocard and Mrs. Chris Reising of New Albany; one brother, William P. Stein of New Albany. [d: 01-10-1948] Fairview Cemetery, Vol. XI, p. 133 STEIN, Frank J.; 23980; 69 yr; res. New York, N.Y., d 10 Jan 1948; bur 14 Jan 1948; P12 R2 Lot 10; (Nicholas Stein N 6 G1 &s trans to Frank J. Stein ­ 1931); not given; George A. Kraft

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New Albany Tribune 01-13-1950 p3c2 and 01-28-1950 p2c2 and 01-30-1950 p3c4 and 0204-1950 p2c3 MARY MARTHA STEIN/John Morris O'Bryan New Albany Tribune 01-26-1950 p1c1 Louis Head Dies In Indianapolis. Louis Head, whose wife is the former Florence Losson, New Albany, died Thursday morning at his home, 555 North Oakland avenue in Indianapolis. Burial will be about 1 p.m. Saturday in St. Marys Cemetery in New Albany. New Albany Tribune 01-28-1950 p1c5 Louis M. Head Buried In St. Marys Cemetery. Burial rites for Louis M. Head Sr., who died Thursday in Indianapolis, were held at 1 p.m. Saturday in St. Marys Cemetery after earlier services in Indianapolis. Mr. Head, who was 67, leaves the wife, Mrs. Florence Head, formerly of New Albany; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Rickey, and three sons, James L., Robert and Louis Jr., all of Indianapolis; two sisters, Mrs. Frenia Miles, Owensboro, Ky.; and Sister Ignatis, Los Angeles, Calif; and two brothers, Tom and Hilary Head, Cincinnati. New Albany Tribune 03-24-1950 p9c5 STEIN SHOE STORE

New Albany Tribune 08-23-1950 p3c3 and 09-07-1950 p2c4 and 09-08-1950 p3c3 (ph) and 09-21-1950 p2c5 and 09-23-1950 p7c4 and 09-28-1950 p3c1 and 09-29-1950 p1c3 and 09-30-1950 p2c4 Ida Lou Stein/Gerald J. Hennessy New Albany Tribune 01-17-1951 p2c3 (photo) Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Reising, 505 East Market street, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, January 21, at the 8:15 a.m. mass in St. Marys Catholic church. A reception will be held from one oclock to 4 p.m. [m: 01-22-1901] New Albany Tribune 01-22-1951 p4c1 FIFTY YEARS AGO. JANUARY 22, 1901. The marriage of Miss Henrietta Stein to Mr. Christopher Reising was solemnized at 10 oclock Tuesday morning, at St. Marys Catholic church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein, and is handsome and popular. The groom is a gentleman of high respectability and culture, and holds a responsible position in the mail service. [m: 01-221901] New Albany Tribune 08-30-1951 p1c2 BROTHER OF NEW ALBANY MAN DIES IN TERRE HAUTE. S. P. Stein, Terre Haute, brother of O. H. Stein, died Tuesday of heart attack. Stein formerly was Indiana state highway superintendent. Surviving also are wife, Mrs. Edna Stein; daughter, Margaret Gayle Bailey, and two grandchildren. New Albany Tribune 12-19-1951 p19c4 DEATHS. LOUISVILLE RITES FOR MRS. PFEFFER. Funeral services for Mrs. Antoinette Losson Pfeffer, former New Albany resident, and wife of Charles F. Pfeffer Sr., retired baker, will be held at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Agnes Catholic Church, with burial in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Pfeffer, 72, of 2556 Broadmeade Road, Louisville, died at 9:25 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph Infirmary. Other survivors are a son, Charles F. Pfeffer Jr.; four daughters, Sister James Marie O.S.U., Owensboro, Ky.; Mrs.

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Bernard J. Knittel, East Lansing, Mich.; Miss Helen Pfeffer, and Mrs. Frank S. Cogswell, Louisville; one granddaughter; and a number of cousins in New Albany. [d: 12-18-1951] New Albany Tribune 03-28-1952 50 YEARS AGO. MARCH 28, 1902. Louis Stein, the shoe merchant on Pearl st., believes in keeping his plate glass windows and doors scrupulously clean and it caused the glass in the door to be shattered this afternoon. A farmer named Sappenfield started to walk into the store and the glass in the door extending to within a few inches of the floor caused Mr. Sappenfield to think the door was open. He started in and was stopped suddenly when he jammed his knee through the glass which shattered to the floor. He was not cut, but was badly frightened. New Albany Tribune 12-24-1952 p6c5 New Albany Tribune 10-01-1954 p3c7 102] Emilie Stein/Donald Brock [m: 12-17-1952] ROBERT ENDRIS STEIN [d: 09-30-1954 CH42

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New Albany Tribune 03-01-1959 p2c1 OSCAR HENRY STEIN, 78, who resided at 2121 E. Market Street, died at 9 p.m. Friday in St. Edwards Hospital. A native of Harrison County, he was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Stein was a retired employee of the Kentucky and Indiana Terminal Railroad Co., and a member of New Albany Chapter 270 of the Elks. He is survived by two sons, Charles Russell and Dewy O. Stein, both of New Albany, and four grandchildren. The body is at the Kraft Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The Elks will hold a special service at 7 p.m. today. [d: 02-27-1959] New Albany Tribune 03-20-1960 p6c3 (photo) STEIN-BRAMER. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell Stein, New Albany, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Frances Kay Stein, to Edwin Lynn Bramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bramer of Louisville. Miss Stein is a graduate of Providence high school and Mr. Bramer is a graduate of Flaget high school. The wedding will take place May 7 at 10:30 a.m. in Holy Trinity Catholic Church, New Albany. [m: 05-07-1960] New Albany Tribune 08-05-1963 p2c2 Emil Stein. Services were at 9 a.m. Monday for Emil Stein, 55, owner of the Stein Advertising agency of Jeffersonville, at St. Marys Catholic church with burial in the church cemetery. Stein died at his home on Silver Hills Friday night after suffering a heart attack. [d: 08-02-1963] New Albany Tribune 03-15-1964 p5c3 Durbin ­ Stein. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Durbin, 1575 Mona Vista, New Albany, Indiana, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Nikki Durbin, to Frank J. Stein, son of Mrs. Emil E. Stein, Siler Hills, New Albany and the late Mr. Stein. Miss Durbin attended Purdue University and Stein was recently graduated from Latin Technical Institute, Indianapolis. The wedding will take place on April 4 oat 11 a.m. in St. Marys Church. [m: 04-04-1964]

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New Albany Tribune 04-19-1964 p5c3 (photo) Nikki Durbin Is Wed To Frank Stein. The wedding of Miss Nikki Durbin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Durbin, 1575 Mona Vista, New Albany, Indiana, and Frank J. Stein, son of Mrs. Emil E. Stein, and the late Mr. Stein, Silver Hills, New Albany, was solemnized on Saturday, April 4, at 11 a.m. in St. Marys Catholic Church, with the Rev. James H. Jansen officiating at the ceremony. The church altar was decorated with candelabra, palms and vases of white snapdragons. The wedding music was provided by Mrs. John Flispart, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length sheath of bouquet taffeta trimmed with seed pearls. Her chapel train was detachable. The imported veil of illusion was held in place by a cluster of silk organza roses. She carried a cascade of white cymbidium orchids and stephanotis with ivy. Miss Miki Phelps was the maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Misses Dona Brown, Mary Kay Durbin and Laura Durbin. They wore floor-length sheaths of light blue bouquet taffeta with a dark and light blue detachable train. Their bouquets were of iris, mums, daisies, and ivy in shades of light blue to purple. The flower girl, Miss Julie Norton, was dressed similar to the bridesmaids and she was escorted down the aisle by Brage Benjamin who served as ringbearer. Louis Stein was his brothers best man and the ushers were Max Mason, John Wrege and Lynn Miller. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the New Albany Country Club, after which the couple left for a short wedding trip to French Lick, Indiana. The couple is residing in New Albany. [m: 04-04-1964] New Albany Tribune 04-19-1964 p2c1 Mrs. Christopher Reising, 88, died Friday in Floyd Memorial Hospital. She lived at 1761 Scheller Lane. Mrs. Reising was the former Henrietta Marie Stein, a native of New Albany. She was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, the Madonna Circle and the Third Order of St. Francis. She was a charter member of the Railway Mail Auxiliary. Survivors are her husband; three sons, Robert A. Reising, New Albany; Christopher Reising, Jr., Encino, Cal.; and James P. Reising, San Diego; a daughter, Mrs. William Koch, New Albany; a brother, William P. Stein, and a sister, Mrs. Louise Bocard, of New Albany; 8 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. [d: 04-17-1964] New Albany Tribune 03-28-1965 p6c2 (photo) JEWELL ­ STEIN. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Jacobi, of Borden, Indiana, announce the engagement of their daughter, Paula Jacobi Jewell, to Louis Charles Stein, son of Mrs. Emil Stein, Silver Hills, New Albany, and the late Mr. Stein. An April wedding is planned. New Albany Tribune 07-16-1967 p4c6 ROLLING BACK THE YEARS. 50 YEARS AGO. Helen Elizabeth Salyards/Theodore L. Stein, Jr. (kept secret until he finished school ­ m. 1002-1916) New Albany Tribune 01-02-1968 p17c6 Christopher A. Reising, age 95, native of Floyd County; supervisor for mail transportation for New England states; retired in 1944 as supervisor of mail transportation in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky. Sons: Robert A. Reising, New Albany; Chris A. Reising, Encino, CA; James P. Reising, San Diego, CA; one daughter, Mrs. William Koch, New Albany; one brother, Andrew K. Reising, Louisville, KY. one stepbrother: Frank Finger, Greenville, IN; three stepsisters: Mrs. Anna Reisert, New Albany; Mrs. Linda

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Stein, Bradford, IN; Mrs. Lula Marsh, Bedford, IN; 20 grandchildren. [d: 01-01-1968] New Albany Tribune 08-06-1968 p3c1

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New Albany Tribune 11-08-1970 p7c5 (photo) John Morris O'Bryan Jr./Dorothy Irene Hall [correction 11-19-1970 p5c3 was given as Dorothy June Hall ­ s/b Irene] New Albany Tribune 01-11-1971 p5c3 CHARLES L. STEIN/Janet R. Balkema p3c1 WILLIAM P. STEIN

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New Albany Tribune 05-27-1973 p8c2 Mrs. Helen Mitchell Stein, 74, died at 6 a.m. Saturday at her home, 1722 E. Elm. She is the widow of Robert Stein and is a native of New Albany. She was program director and a musician for a Louisville radio station in the 1920s. She was a member of St. Johns Presbyterian Church. Funeral arrangements will be handled by Mullineaux Funeral Home. Visitation will be this afternoon and it is expected to have the funeral sometime Tuesday. [d: 05-26-1973] New Albany Tribune 10-14-1973 p6c1 (photo) Tucker ­ Stein Vows Will Be Pledged On Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Tucker announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Linda Sue Tucker, to John E. Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stein of New Albany. The wedding will take place Saturday, October 27 at noon in Holy Family Catholic Church. A reception in the school cafeteria will follow immediately. No formal invitations are being issued. All friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend. [m: 10-27-1973] New Albany Tribune 05-05-1975 p5c3 (photo) Miss Emma Louisa Stein To Wed Joseph Sprecher. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stein Sr., 1315 Knob Avenue, New Albany, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Emma Louisa, to Joseph R. Sprecher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Boyd, Lone Oak Drive, New Albany. The ceremony will take place Saturday, June 28, at 2 p.m. at St. Marys Church of the Annunciation, New Albany. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony at the Riverside Sheraton Inn, Jeffersonville. Miss Stein is a 1974 graduate of New Albany High School and employed by Winn-Dixie Food Stores in New Albany. Her fiancé is a 1972 graduate of New Albany High School and is employed by Carver Body Shop, New Albany. Formal invitations will be issued, but all relatives and friends are invited to attend. [m: 06-28-1975] New Albany Tribune 04-11-1976 p7c1 (photo) Miss Mary Stein Engaged To Wed Richard K. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Stein, 1718 Lynnwood Drive, New Albany, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Catherine Stein to Richard Keith Martin, son of Mrs. Margaret Martin, 1705 Green Tree Boulevard, Clarksville, and the late Howard Martin. The ceremony will take place Saturday, July 3, 2

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p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, New Albany. Miss Stein is a 1966 graduate of Our Lady of Providence High School and also a graduate of St. Mary-of-the-Woods College with a BA degree in education. She is employed by the New Albany - Floyd County School System. Her fiancé is a graduate of Southwestern High School, Hanover, Ind., and attended Indiana University Southeast. He also served in the United States Navy. He is employed by the Ponderosa Systems. [m: 07-03-1976] New Albany Tribune 01-21-1977 p6c3 Miss Barbara C. Stein, 92, of the New Albany Nursing Home, died there at 10 a.m. Thursday. The funeral wil lbe at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Kraft Funeral Home. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home. Survivors include a sister. New Albany Tribune 07-13-1980 p6c1 (photo) Steins Surprised on 40th Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stein were honored recently with family and friends at a surprise 40 th wedding anniversary buffet and reception given by their children and spouses, Mr.and Mrs. Charles L. Stein, West Palm Beach, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bramer, Columbus, Ohio. The event was at the New Albany Elks Club. Russell married the former Valada Beebe on July 13, 1940 in the Holy Trinity Rectory. The couple have two grandchildren, Mark and Karen Bramer. [m: 07-13-1940] New Albany Tribune 08-29-1980 p3c2 Dee Anne Stein, a boy, New Albany. Area Hospital Notes. Floyd Memorial Births. Mrs.

New Albany Tribune 04-18-1982 p7c6 Local Lowdown. By Odema Applegate. Congrats to Eva and "Beeb" Stein on the celebration of their 35th wedding anniversary celebrated April 9. The Steins are the parents of nine children, all of whom are still in this area. The Steins held their celebration Sunday the 11th at the home of son, Nicholas Stein of Hedden Court. Also in attendance was Beebs mother, Lillian Russell Stein, who is 96 years of age. New Albany Tribune 05-16-1982 p7c1 (photo) Mary Catherine Stein and [Dennis] Bir Engaged. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Stein announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Catherine, to Lawrence J. Bir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Bir, all of New Albany. Miss Stein is a graduate of Providence High School and St. Mary-of-the-Woods College and received her masters degree from the University of Louisville. She is a teacher with the New Albany ­ Floyd County School Corporation. Bir was graduated from Providence High School and Indiana State University. He is employed by L. C. Nadorff and Son. The wedding will be at 6:30 p.m. June 18 at St. Marks United Church of Christ. A reception will follow at the New Albany Knights of Columbus Hall. Formal invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited to attend. [m: 06-18-1982] [Note: Headlines had Dennis Bir - should be Lawrence J. Bir] New Albany Tribune 05-18-1982 p6c1 (photo) Mary Dean To Wed Louie Stein June 5. The children of Mary Dean and Louie G. Stein announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their parents. The wedding is planned for Saturday, June 5 at 2 p.m. in the United Methodist Church at Sellersburg. No formal invitations have been issued. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. [m: 06-05-1982]

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New Albany Tribune 06-30-1982 p7c3 (photo) Miss Stein Is Bride Of Lawrence J. Bir. Mary Catherine Stein became the bride of Lawrence J. Bir on June 18 in St. Marks United Church of Christ. The Rev. John Trnka officiated the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Stein and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bir, all of New Albany. For the ceremony, the church was decorated with candles and greenery at the aisles and vases of flowers on the altar. Wedding music was provided by Sara Myers, organist, and David Forsee, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a traditional floor length gown of ivory organza in an "A" line silhouette. The high crown collar topped the net yoke and a ruffle tapered to a point in the front, forming caplet sleeves. The skirt fell from a fitted waistline, encircled by a band of lace and extending into a chapel train. She wore a contoured hat with a side tilt underlined with pearled stemmed flowers. Gossamer illusion draped over the brim and crown, forming a pouf at the back from which drifted elbow length streamer veils. She carried a silk flower cascade of ivory and peach roses, ivory tiger lilies and babys breath. Matron of honor was Kathy Stein, sister-in-law of the bride, New Albany. Bridesmaids were Rebecca Koranchan of Corydon and Chris Seelman of Chicago. The attendants wore floor-length gowns of apricot chiffon in "A" line silhouette featuring cowl necks and short sleeves outlined in chantilly lace. They carried lace fans adorned with white and peach silk roses, violets and tiger lilies. They wore miniature silk matching flowers in their hair. The brides mother chose a pink-flowered print gown of chiffon and the grooms mother wore a yellow-flowered gown of chiffon. Both wore white orchid corsages. Best man was Joe Stein, brother of the bride. Groomsmen were Michael Hublar, William Kraemer and James Bir, uncle of the groom, all of New Albany. A reception followed the ceremony at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The couple took a wedding trip to Hawaii. New Albany Tribune 01-05-1983 p18c4 Leon "Pete" Stein, 77, of 1741 Millerwood, died Wednesday morning at his residence. He was a native of New Albany and a retired employee of the Union Bank. Survivors include two sisters, Florence and Mary Stein, both of New Albany. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Kraft Funeral home. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, with burial in St. Marys Cemetery. Prayer services will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. New Albany Tribune 02-05-1984 p6c1 Steins Honored on 50th Wedding Anniversary. To honor their 50th wedding anniversary January 20, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey O. Stein were given a surprise celebration by their children, January 21. The evening began with the couple being honored at the 6 p.m. mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Immediately following there was a reception at the New Albany Knights of Columbus Hall. Their children are Mary Catherine Bir and Joseph Stein, both of New Albany. They have one grandchild. [m: 01-20-1934] New Albany Tribune 2-15-1984 p9c7 Tri-County EXTRA Salutes...Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Stein of New Albany, on their golden wedding anniversary. [m: 01-20-1934]

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New Albany Tribune 03-04-1984 p14c1 Mary E. Brown Stein, 72, Route 2, New Albany, died Friday at her residence. She was the widow of Emil E. Stein. She was a native of Orange County and was a volunteer worker at the Providence Retirement Home. Survivors are two sons, Frank and Louis, both of New Albany; a daughter, Mrs. Emilie Kelso of New Albany; a sister, Mrs. Cora Jacobs of Naples, Fla.; five grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Visitation will be at the Kraft Funeral Home from11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. The funeral will be at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Marys Catholic Church with burial in the church cemetery. New Albany Tribune 03-29-1984 p2c3 CLARKSVILLE ­ Miss Catherine E. Stein, 87, of Westminster Village Kentuckiana, died Thursday morning at Floyd County Memorial Hospital. She was a native of New Albany and a former employee of Public Service Indiana. Survivors include cousins. Visitation at Kraft Funeral home will be after 11 a.m. Friday. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with burial in Fairview Cemetery. New Albany Tribune 05-11-1984 p1c1 (photo) People You Should Meet. NICK STEIN. Many people are familiar with this face. He is the Floyd County Prosecutor and has been since January of 1983. Nick Stein lives on Hedden Court with his wife, DeAnn and his three children, Katie, Amy and Little Nick. Besides being the prosecutor Nick is an attorney and has his office in The Elsby Building in downtown New Albany. Nick enjoys playing tennis whenever he has the time. He is the son of John "Beeb" Stein and Eva Stein and has served three years in the U. S. Army. He spent most of that time stationed in West Germany where he worked in the hospital. Nick is a graduate of Providence High School, Indiana University and the University of Louisville Law School. New Albany Tribune 07-11-1984 p6c5 (photo) Rebecca O'Bryan/ James Prejean

New Albany Tribune 09-16-1984 p7c3 (photo) Jenifer Stein. Couple Will Wed Sept. 30. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stein Sr. of New Albany announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jenifer (Stein), to Michael J. Schultz, son of the Rev. and Mrs. William J. Schultz of Louisville. She is a graduate of New Albany High School and Indiana University Southeast with a bachelors degree in business management. She is employed by Phillips Advertising Agency. Her fiancé is a graduate of Seneca High School in Louisville and Indiana University Southeast with a bachelors degree in business management. He is employed by Arch L. Heady Funeral Home. The wedding will be at 10:45 a.m. September 3 at Immanuel United Church of Christ in Louisville. A reception will follow at the Social Male Chorus Building in Louisville. Invitations have been sent. [m: 0930-1984] New Albany Tribune 10-25-1984 p2c1 Charles R. Stein, 68, of 2131 East Market street, died Wednesday at Floyd County Memorial Hospital. He was a retired employee of Stein Glass Company. Survivors include his wife, the former Valada Beebee; a son, Charles L. Stein of West Palm Beach, Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Kay Bramer of Columbus, Ohio; and a brother, Dewey O. Stein of New Albany; three grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Marys Church. Burial will be in Holy Trinity Cemetery. Prayer service will

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be at 7 p.m. Friday. Elks services at 8 p.m. at Kraft Funeral Home. Visitation will be after 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the American Cancer Sunday or St. Marys Church. [d: 10-24-1984] New Albany Tribune 11-04-1984 p6c1 (photo) Father of Groom Marries Stein And Schultz. Jennifer Stein and Michael Joseph Schultz were married Sept. 30 at Immanuel United Church of Christ in Louisville. The grooms father, the Rev. William J. Schultz, officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stein Sr. of New Albany and Rev. and Mrs. William Joseph Schultz of Louisville. The church was decorated with arrangements of peach carnations and babys breath and palms. The organist was Willa Faye Williams and the soloist, Emma Lou Sprecher, sister of the bride. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a floor-length gown of ivory satin peau styled with a sweetheart neckline, off-theshoulder mutton sleeves, a pointed, dropped waistline and A-line skirt. Satin roses trimmed the neckline, sleeves, hemline and chapel train. A wreath of miniature satin roses held her floor length veil of illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and gardenias, centered with a silk going away corsage of lilies of the valley. Kristina Stein of New Albany was her sisters maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Natalie Cash and Linda Wheatley, both of Jeffersonville and Julia Samples of Clarksville. Katie Stein, niece of the bride, was the flower girl. The attendants wore tea-length dresses of ivory point desprit lace-over peach taffeta slip dresses. Chantilly lace trimmed the neckline, sleeves and hemline. They carried French bouquets of peach roses and babys breath and wore halos of babys breath. Tim Schultz of Louisville was his brothers best man. Groomsmen were Tom Schultz, brother of the groom, and Ken Weinhardt, both of Louisville, and Perry Samples of Clarksville. The ring bearer was Jeremy Sprecher, nephew of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a street-length dress of dusty rose georgette and the grooms mother wore a street-length dress of huckleberry chiffon. A reception followed at the Social Male Chorus Building in Louisville. After a honeymoon in St. Petersburg, Fla., the couple are living in Louisville. [m: 09-30-1984] New Albany Tribune 11-16-1984 p5c3 [photo) DONATE MICROWAVE ­ The family and friends of Charles Russell Stein, a former patient in the Oncology Units at Floyd Memorial Hospital, who passed away in October of this year, have donated a new microwave for use in the units kitchen. This was in appreciation for the care their father received while a patient there. Other patients can now enjoy the convenience which will enable them to have nutritional food at all hours of the night when needed. Shown from left are Steins daughter, Kay Bramer, his wife, Valada, Oncology head nurse Judy Kenney and Dr. Aftab Chaudhry, Oncologist/Hematologist at Memorial Hospital.] New Albany Tribune 12-23-1984 p2c3 Announce Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stein Sr. of New Albany announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristina Maria (Stein), to Gary Allen Jakoby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jakoby of Jeffersontown, Ky. The brideelect is a graduate of New Albany High School and attended Indiana University. She is employed by American States Insurance Company in Louisville. The groom-elect is a graduate of Jeffersontown High School and Louisville Technological Institute with an associates degree in architectural design drafting. He is employed by Nolan & Nolan Architects and Engineers in Louisville. The wedding will be at 1:30 p.m. February 2 at St.

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Marys Catholic Church. A reception will follow at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited. [m: 02-02-1985] New Albany Tribune 01-27-1985 p7c1 Marriage License Issued. Floyd County. Gary A. Jakoby, 21, 2813 Rio Rita, Louisville, and Kristina M. Stein, 23, 1315 Knob Avenue. [m: 02-02-1985] New Albany Tribune 03-10-1985 p6c1 (photo) Stein and Jakoby Are Married Feb. 2. Kristina M. Stein and Gary A. Jakoby were married Feb. 2 at St. Marys Catholic Church by the Rev. Bertrand Rapp, great-uncle of the groom. The nuptial mass was concelebrated by Rev. Rapp and the Rev. Conrad Gohmann, uncle of the bride. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stein Sr. of New Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Jakoby of Jeffersontown, Ky. Baskets of white flowers decorated the sanctuary and candle standards with white bows lined the aisle. The Highland Chamber Players performed classical selections and Mrs. Emma Sprecher, sister of the bride, sang "Ave Maria". Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white floor length gown styled with a yoked bodice with a stand-up collar and cap sleeves. Lace trimmed the fitted bodice, collar and sleeves, and rosettes decorated the shoulders. The full satin skirt featured a cathedrallength train. Her cathedral-length veil was held in place by a halo of silk flowers. She wore long white gloves and carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias, stephanotis, ivy and babys breath. The matron of honor was Mrs. Jenifer Schultz of Louisville, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Nancy Stein of New Albany, sister of the bride, and Sue Ann Walton of New Albany. The attendants wore tea length satin gowns of navy, emerald and fuschia, respectively. The gowns were styled with ruffled V-necklines, fitted bodices and full skirts and featured rosettes at the shoulders. The attendants wore long white gloves and carried clusters of rubrum lilies, eucalyptus and babys breath. They also wore halos of babys breath. Jeffrey Knight of Jeffersontown, Ky., brother-in-law of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen were Paul Jakoby of Jeffersontown, Ky., and David Jakoby of Mt. Washington, Ky., brothers of the groom. Jessica E. Stein, niece of the bride, was the flower girl and Nicholas Stein Jr., nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer. The brides mother wore a street length dress in dusty rose and the grooms mother chose a turquoise street length dress. A reception followed at the New Albany Knights of Columbus Hall. After a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple are residing in Louisville. [m: 02-02-1985] New Albany Tribune 02-21-1986 p2c1 (photo) 100TH BIRTHDAY ­ Lillian Russell Stein will celebrate her 100th birthday Sunday with a reception from 2 ­ 4 p.m. at Lincoln Hills Nursing Home, 326 Country Club Drive. All friends and relatives are invited. She is the widow of William Stein. She has a brother and sister sill living and five children, 24 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. New Albany Tribune 03-07-1986 p7c2 100th Birthday. Lillian Russell Stein celebrated her 100th birthday February 23 with a reception at Lincoln Hills Nursing Home where she resides. About 100 persons attended. Out-of-town relatives present included, son Richard Stein and family of Indianapolis, daughter Martha OBryan and husband of Houston, Texas; and daughter Ida Lou Hennessey and family from Evansville. Mrs. Stein, who is the widow

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of William Stein, has a brother and sister still living. She also has five children, 24 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild. [b: 02-23-1886] New Albany Tribune 04-24-1986 p3c2 NEW ALBANY ­ Miss Florence M. Stein, 82, of 1741 Millerwood Drive, died Wednesday at Floyd Memorial Hospital. She was a native of New Albany. Survivors include a sister, Miss Mary Stein of New Albany. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at OLPH Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Marys Cemetery. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Kraft Funeral Home. [d: 04-23-1986] New Albany Tribune 05-12-1986 p3c5 (photo) CENTENARIANS HONORED ­ As part of Older Americans Month the South Central Council for the Aging and Aged, Inc., hosted a luncheon in honor of nine centenarians in Floyd County. Mayor Charles Hunter presented each with awards from the city plus awards sent down from Governor Robert Orr. Only one of the nine was able to attend the luncheon held at the Mark Elrod Towers; however the other eight were represented by family or nursing home representatives. Mayor Hunter presents Eva Banet with her awards and has brief chat with her. Those others who were honored included: Lillian Stein, Ida Hoehm, Thomas Beaty, Pearl Wright, Della Hanlon, Amelia Crandall, Eva Eckerty, and Emma Jennings. New Albany Tribune 10-31-1986 p5c2 NEW ALBANY ­ Mrs. Lillian Stein, 100, died Thursday evening at the Lincoln Hills Nursing Home. She was the widow of William P. Stein. She was the former Lillian Russell. She was a native of New Albany. Survivors include sons, John E. Stein of New Albany, William R. Stein of Tom River, NJ; and Richard P. Stein of Indianapolis; daughters Mrs. Martha OBryan of Houston, TX, and Mrs. Ida Lou Hennessey of Evansville; a sister, Mrs. Jane Frew Middleton of New Albany; 24 grandchildren; 29 greatgrandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family Catholic church. Burial will be in Holy Trinity Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Friday at Kraft Funeral Home. Prayer service will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. [d: 10-30-1986] New Albany Tribune 07-10-1988 p3Cc1 (photo) Stein and Arnold Plan July 23 Wedding. Frank and Nikki Stein of New Albany announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Amy (Stein), to Greg Arnold, son of Bill and Joyce Arnold, also of New Albany. The brideto-be is a graduate of Indiana University at Bloomington and is employed by Bacons department store as an assistant buyer. The groom-to-be is a student at Indiana University Southeast and is employed as a sales representative for CBM Computer Center. The wedding will be at 7 p.m. July 23 at Trinity United Methodist Church. A reception will follow at the Grand convention center. Invitations have been sent, but all friends and relatives are invited. [m: 07-23-1988] New Albany Tribune 09-11-1988 p2Cc1 (photo) Stein And Arnold Are Married. The wedding of Amanda Jill Stein and William Gregory Arnold took place July 23 at Trinity United Methodist Church. The Rev. Wilson Waters performed the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Frank and Nikki Stein and Bill and Joyce Arnold, all of New Albany. The church was decorated with pyramid candelabra with arrangements of white gladiolus,

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white fuji mums, and red miniature carnations. Palms banked the altar and candle standards with white bows lined the aisle. Musical selections by the Serenading Strings, which included "Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring" and "Pachelbel Canon", preceded the ceremony. The bride wore a traditional floor-length gown of white satin in a straight silhouette featuring a high crown collar and Gibson Girl sleeves. The bodice of reembroidered alencon lace was trimmed with pearls and sequins. A deeply scalloped lace border adorned with pearled and sequined re-embroidered lace insets accented the cathedral length train. A headpiece of silk flowers and pearls held her pouf veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white gardenias, roses, and stephanotis. Pam Clemons of Georgetown was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Kelly Jamison of New Albany, Susie Heins of Columbia, Mo., Amy Weingart of Bath, Ohio, Paula Preuss of Borden, Sara Stein, cousin of the bride, and Sally Jensen, sister of the groom, both of New Albany. The attendants wore long, strapless red taffeta gowns in a straight silhouette with a red taffeta bow on one shoulder. They carried cascade bouquets of white fuji mums, red miniature carnations, and babys breath accented with spider plant foliage. Steve Arnold served as his brothers best man. Groomsmen were Tony Duffy, David Selig, Matt Broadus, Clint Stein, brother of the bride; Louie Jensen, and Kevin Grantz, all of New Albany; Bryan Banet and Troy Bensing, both of New Albany, were ushers. The mother of the bride wore a tea length blue-gray silk and lace dress, and the mother of the groom wore a tea length ivory satin and lace dress. A reception followed at the Grand Convention Center. The bride is a graduate of Floyd Central High School and Indiana University. She is employed by Bacons department store as an assistant buyer. The groom is a graduate of New Albany High School and is attending Indiana University Southeast. He is employed by CBM. After a honeymoon cruise to Nassau, the Bahamas, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, they are residing in New Albany. [m: 07-23-1988] New Albany Tribune 12-04-1988 p3Cc1 (photo) Stein And Gish Exchange Vows. Nancy Jane Stein and James L. Gish Jr. exchanged wedding vows Oct. 15 at Immanuel United Church of Christ with the Rev. William Schultz officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stein Sr. of New Albany and Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gish Sr. of Mansfield, Ohio. Music was provided by the Highland Chamber Players String Quartet. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mothers wedding gown of ivory satin. The full-length gown featured a yoked bodice, long sleeves and a cathedral train. A halo of white roses and babys breath held her cathedral veil. She carried a bouquet of gardenias, white roses, stephanotis, babys breath and greenery. Julie Gohmann of New Albany was the honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Bridget McCurdy, Donna Boesing, Teresa Richard and Nancy Molnar, all of New Albany. Melissa Stein was the junior bridesmaid and Amy Rebecca Stein was the flower girl. Both are nieces of the bride. The attendants wore tea length dresses of jade satin featuring a drop waist. They carried bouquets of gardenias, white roses and babys breath. Mike Ek of Mansfield, Ohio, was the best man. Groomsmen were Joe Boesing of New Albany, Dave Dunlap and Bill Falin, both of Mansfield, Ohio, and Nick Stein of New Albany, brother of the bride. A reception followed at the Louisville Boat Club. After a wedding trip to Hawaii, they are residing in New Albany. [m: 10-15-1988]

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New Albany Tribune 05-18-1989 p7c5 (photo) Stein and Brock Plan May 27 Ceremony. The approaching marriage of Sara Stein and Michael Brock is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Stein of New Albany. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donnie C. Brock, also of New Albany. The bride-elect is a graduate of Providence High School and is employed by State Farm Insurance. The groom-elect is a graduate of Providence High School and is a student at Indiana University Southeast. The ceremony will be at 7:30 p.m. May 27 at Holy Family Catholic Church. A reception will follow at the New Albany Knights of Columbus Hall. Invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited. [m: 0527-1989] New Albany Tribune 10-04-1989 p6c3 and 11-02-1989 p3Ac4 (photo) and 11-19-1989 p4Cc1 and 12-07-1989 p14 JOHN STEIN JR [see also VF CRIMES - CJ 12-22-1989 pB1 and 09-14-1990 pA1] New Albany Tribune 04-19-1990 p7c5 Local Couple To Marry. Annette Marie Engle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Engle of Floyds Knobs and Steven Joseph Koch, son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Koch of New Albany, will be married at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 28 at St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic Church. A reception at the New Albany Knights of Columbus Hall will follow the ceremony. The bride-elect is a graduate of Floyd Central High School. She will graduate from Indiana University Southeast in May with a bachelors degree in nursing. She is employed at Floyd Memorial Hospital. The prospective groom is a graduate of Providence High School. He has a degree in accounting from Indiana University Southeast and is employed by the Kentucky Farm Bureau. Formal invitations have been sent, but all friends and relatives are invited to attend. [m: 04-28-1990] New Albany Tribune 04-20-1990 p3c3 Aurora, Colo. ­ Thelma M. Stein, 79, formerly of New Albany, died February 25 in Aurora. She was the former Thelma Atkins. Survivors include a sister, Jennie Stoner of New Albany and a brother, Melvin Atkins of Hartford City. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Depauw United Methodist Church. [d: 02-25-1990] Courier Journal 06-02-1991 (photo) Its a memorable Memorial Day with 14¾ pound bass on the line. Jenifer Schultz of Louisville is a dedicated bass angler who likes to spend the Memorial Day weekend pursuing her favorite fish. She and her husband, Mike, always catch lots of bass during late May, and she has taken some of her largest trophies on the holiday weekend. Schultzs father, John Stein, taught her to fish for bluegill with a cane pole when she was a child, and her husband, who has caught bass weighing more than 8 pounds, introduced her to bass fishing 11 years ago. She fell in love with bass and seldom fishes for anything else. But none of that prepared her for what happened this past Memorial Day. Fishing in front of her fathers cabin at a large, private lake near Elizabeth, Ind., Schultz landed a largemouth bass that, when verified, will smash the state record by nearly 2 ½ pounds. Schultz was casting one of her favorite lures, a Rebel Pop-R surface bait, parallel to a shallow underwater bar where she and her husband had taken several nice bass while fishing from a boat the night before. When the fish hit, she thought she had a 2- or 3pounder on her 14-pound-test line until she felt the surge and saw the line streaking up

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toward the surface. As she prepared to take in slack in case the fish jumped, the mammoth bass rolled at the surface. It was so big it couldnt clear the water. Mike Schultz was napping on the porch of the cabin when he heard his wife yell: "Oh my gosh, Mike, get down here...This is the biggest fish ever caught in this lake." He immediately grabbed a net and rushed toward her, envisioning a 5- or 6-pound bass. She kept telling herself to be calm and remembered all the times her husband had told her to let the drag work and let the fish run. "Im always very diligent about the drag and had just set it the night before," she said. "This gave me a lot of confidence, but I bowed the rod to the fish and walked with it when it surged up along the bank, stripping line." Mike Schultz ran along the bank and got in front of the fish, scooping it up headfirst in the net. "Its got to be at least 10 pounds," he said. "I wonder if it could be a state record." Jenifer, meanwhile, was shaking all over, and her knees were buckling as the adrenalin started to subside. She was scared even to have her husband carry the fish onto the dock to put it into a live-well. The Schultzes gathered up their two young sons, Jesse and Michael, and raced to Nances General Store in Elizabeth to weigh the fish. Jenifer held the children while Mike took the bass behind the counter and put it on the scale. When the scale ran past 14 pounds, he was so flabbergasted he couldnt speak. They took the fish to Smittys Bait Shop in Corydon, where Indiana Department of Natural Resources Conservation officer Kim Wolsiefer inspected it and advised them to have it weighed on a certified scale. At Thomas IGA Foodliner in Corydon, the bass officially tipped the scales at 14¾ pounds. It was 28 inches long and had a 21-inch girth. Schultzs catch has been inspected by fisheries biologist Tom Stefanavage and should be verified as a state record in a week or so. The current standard is a 12-pound, 6-ounce bass taken from a Perry County farm pond by Warren Alexander of Rome, Ind. It might be more than just a state record, too. Ted Crowell, assistant director of fisheries for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, and several other experts say it might be the biggest bass ever taken north of the Mason-Dixon Line. [Photo Caption: Jenifer Schultz needed both hands to hoist whats believed to be the biggest largemouth ever caught north of the Mason-Dixon Line.] New Albany Tribune 09-14-1992 p2c2 Adam Lucas Reising, infant son of Tom and Julie Reising of Speed, died Sunday. Grandparents, Alice Reising and Penny and August Reiter, all of Clarksville. New Albany Tribune 09-25-1994 p2Bc1 A FISH TALE. By Melissa J. Goforth. Woman Shares Whopper Wide-Mouth Bass with Students at St. Marys School in New Albany. As the children filed into the gymnasium, their noses began to wrinkle and "oohs" echoed throughout the room. Before them, in a glass case, a shiny wide-mouth bass was mounted. What the first-graders at St. Marys School were about to learn was that big bass is the largest one ever caught in Indiana. And it was caught by St. Marys graduate Jennifer Stein Schultz in 1991. The fish weighed 14-3/4 pounds and measured 27 inches long. On Monday, student Elle Jakoby had her aunt, Schultz, bring the fish to show her classmates. The amazed children bombarded Schultz with questions. "Is it real?" one girl asked. "Can you eat it?" another questioned. "Is it kilt or is it live?" asked a little boy. Schultz said most wide-mouthed bass north of the Mason-Dixon Line generally range from

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four to seven pounds. But the woman, who now lives in Louisville, said she was surprised when she reeled her prized possession in at a private lake near Elizabeth, Ind., on May 27, 1991. "Most people beat records with fish that weigh maybe a few ounces more," Schultz said. "This fish beat the old record by about 2-1/2 pounds. It really blew them away." Since her glory day, Schultz has received a lot of recognition ­ from newspaper articles to features in national magazines, such as Bass Master and Outdoor Life. Schultz didnt plan on catching the big one that day. Instead, the avid angler was just practicing her favorite hobby while her children played in the water. When Schultz got the bite, she didnt realize what she was about to catch. On her visit to St. Marys, she described to the children the process: "I reeled and reeled and it swam and swam, and I reeled and reeled and it swam and swam," she said. "Finally, I got it close enough and my husband had a big net and he scooped him up. When we saw her, we said, "Oh my gosh!" She told the children, "Its mouth was so big I could put both my fists in it." Chelsea Rose, 7, was happy for Schultz. "Im glad a lady caught it," she said. When asked if shed ever seen a fish that big, Chelsea squealed, "No! Well, except a shark." And what did she think of the states biggest wide-mouth bass? "It is real big and real gross!" New Albany Tribune 05-05-1995 p3c4 and 05-07-1995 p2Ac3 MARY L. STEIN

New Albany Tribune 07-02-1995 p4Bc2 Garrett Arnold turned 1 Tuesday. He is the son of Amy and Greg Arnold of New Albany. Grandparents are Bill and Joyce Arnold of Floyds Knobs and Frank and Nikki Stein of Georgetown. Great-grandparents are Harold and June Arnold of Sellersburg and Esther Durbin of New Albany. [b: 06-30-1994] New Albany Tribune 10-01-1995 p4Bc1 (photo) Wesley ­ Stein. Carrie Anita Wesley and John Clinton Stein, both of Georgetown, will be married October 27 at St. Marys Church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Wesley of Louisville. The prospective groom is the son of Frank J. Stein of English and Nikki A. Stein of Georgetown. The wedding is at 7:30 p.m., followed by a reception at Kyes in Jeffersonville. [m: 10-271995] New Albany Tribune 10-29-1995 p4Bc6 JOHN C. STEIN/ Carrie A. Wesley [mar lic] New Albany Tribune 10-29-1995 p4Bc5 (photo) Perkins ­ Stein. Heather Ann Perkins, daughter of John Perkins and Betty Bridwell of New Albany, and Louis "Cobi" Stein, son of Louis and Paula Stein of New Albany, were married September 1 in Cape Cod, Mass. [m: 09-01-1995] New Albany Tribune 01-24-1997 p5c1 FRANCES (TEGART) STEIN [d: 01-23-1997]

New Albany Tribune 07-20-1999 p3Ac4 JENNY L. BAKER STEIN [b: 02-28-1946; d: 0718-1999] Clarksville, sons, Tom, New Salisbury; Todd, New Albany, daughter Kelly, New Salisbury

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New Albany Tribune 12-14-1999 p3Ac3 NEW ALBANY. Deweese O. "Dewey" Stein, 86, died Sunday at Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services. He was a native of New Albany and retired owner/operator of Stein Glass Co., retiring in 1986 after 50 years of management. He was a 3rd Degree member of Cardinal Ritter Council and past Faithful Navigator of the 4th Degree Father Baden Assembly Knights of Columbus. He was a member and past Exalted Ruler of Elks Lodge 270 and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Survivors include his wife, the former Helen Powell; a son, Joseph O. Stein, a daughter, Mary Catherine Bir, and two grandsons. Services are 10 a.m. Thursday at the church, with burial in Holy Trinity Cemetery. Visitation is 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. tomorrow and after 8 a.m. Thursday at Kraft Funeral Services, Spring Street. An Elks Lodge memorial service is 7 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home. Memorial gifts may go to Providence High School or the church. [d: 12-12-1999] New Albany Tribune 02-06-2000 p3Ac4 (photo) ANNIVERSARY. The OBryans. Martha and John O'Bryan of Houston, Texas, celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Friday. The couple was married February 4, 1950, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in New Albany. Mrs. OBryan is the former Mary Martha Stein and a native of New Albany. Mr. OBryan is a native of New Albany and retired. The OBryans have five children, John OBryan of Los Angeles, Calif.; Rick OBryan of New Albany, Mary Ann and Ken OBryan and Becky OBryan Prejean, all of Houston, Texas. They have nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The couple will be going on a cruise in the spring to celebrate. [m: 02-04-1950] New Albany Tribune 02-14-2000 p3Ac4 JEFFERSONVILLE ­ Deborah Rae Stein, 44, died Friday at Clark Memorial Hospital. She was a native of Louisville. The former Deborah Rae Cooley, an administrative assistant in the real estate profession and member of Walnut Ridge Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Tommy Stein... New Albany Tribune 03-26-2000 Part IV p54c1 ROLL OF HONOR ­ 64 Years of Service: Stein Glass Co., 311 E. Main Street, New Albany, IN, 945-6631; Established in 1936 New Albany Tribune 04-17-2000 p1Ac1 STEIN GLASS (1/2 Century Award) ­ History about Building ­ 311 East Main (Joe, Dewey) New Albany Tribune 10-08-2000 p3Ac1 OBITUARIES. HOUSTON ­ Martha Stein O'Bryan, 76, died Thursday at her home in Houston, Texas. She was a native of New Albany. Survivors include her husband, John M. OBryan; three sons, John OBryan Jr. of Long Beach, Calif., Richard OBryan of New Albany and Kenneth OBryan; two daughters, Marianne OBryan and Rebecca Prejeen; three brothers, William Stein of Toms River, NJ, Richard Stein of Indianapolis and John Stein of New Albany; a sister, Ida Lou Hennessey of Evansville. A funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Bernadette Catholic Church at 15500 El Camino Real, Houston, Texas with interment at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery in Dickinson, TX. Visitation is 1 to 8 p.m. today with a vigil service at 7 p.m. in the chapel at Crowder Funeral Home in Webster, TX. New Albany Tribune 06-29-2001 p3Ac1 NEW ALBANY ­ Valada V. "Beebe" Stein, 82, formerly of New Albany, died Tuesday at The Gardens Court in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

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She was a native of Huntingburg, the widow of Charles Russell Stein, a retired employee at Boise Cascade Co. and a member of the Lady Elks, St. Marys Catholic Church, and the Altar Society of the Church. Survivors include a son, Charles Lee Stein of N. Palm Beach, Fla.; a daughter, Kay Stein Bramer of Columbus, Ohio; three grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Services are 11 a.m. Monday at the church, with burial in the Holy Trinity Cemetery. Visitation is 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday at Kraft Funeral Services, Spring Street. A prayer services is 5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Memorial gifts may go to the church. New Albany Tribune 09-30-2001 p10Ac1 REMINISCE BY GLENN HANCOCK ­ MR. STEIN'S HOUSE Courier Journal 12-11-2001 pB6c4 NEW ALBANY ­ Eva L. Stein, 78, died Sunday at her residence in New Albany. She was the former Eva Gohmann and a native of New Albany. She was a devoted mother and former volunteer for the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library. She was a member of St. Marys Catholic Church in New Albany. Survivors: a husband, John Stein Sr.; four sons, Jim Stein, Nick Stein and John Stein Jr., all of New Albany and Pete Stein, Crown Point, IN; five daughters, Linda Haywood, New Albany; Emma Powell, Prospect, KY; and Nancy Gish, Jenifer Schultz and Kris Jakoby all of New Albany; two brothers, David Gohmann, New Albany, and Joe Gohmann, Portsmouth, OH; 19 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Funeral: 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at her church with burial in St. Marys Cemetery in New Albany. Visitation: 11 a.m. ­ 8 p.m. Tuesday at Kraft Funeral Home, 708 E. Spring St. and after 8 a.m. Wednesday. [d: 12-09-2001] New Albany Tribune 01-25-2002 p3Ac1 Stein) LAWRENCE J. BIR (husband of Mary Catherine

Louisville Courier Journal 10-18-2005 NEW ALBANY - STEIN, HELEN R. POWELL, 91, died Saturday, October 15, 2005 at Floyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Stein was the widow of Dewey O. Stein, her husband of 65 years with whom she founded the Stein Glass Co. in New Albany. She was a life-long member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and a member of the Madonna Circle, the Daughters of Isabelle at her church. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Harry and Charles Powell. Survivors include her children, Joseph O. Stein (Kathy) and Mary Catherine Bir; grandchildren, Matthew and Kyle Bir, all of New Albany, IN. Funeral Mass celebration will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, October 20, 2005 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with interment in Holy Trinity Cemetery. Visitation will be 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesday October 19, 2005 at Kraft Funeral Service, 708 E. Spring St., New Albany. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Providence High School or the American Heart Association. [d: 10-15-2005] New Albany Tribune 11-16-2005 p5Ac1 Indiana ­connection!!!? LOUIE GALE STEIN ­ this Stein born in Kent,

New Albany Tribune 11-10-2006 p5Ac3 and 11-12-2006 p5Ac2 (photo) "Beeb" Stein [d: 11-09-2006 NA]

John Edwin

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[b: 06-21-1936 d: 03-17-2008 Aurora, CO]

New Albany Tribune 05-17-2009 DeeAnn `Birds' Prior Stein, 56; New Albany resident. Funeral services for DeeAnn "Birds" Prior Stein, 56, of New Albany, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, at Kraft Funeral Services Chapel, 708 E. Spring St., New Albany, with private burial to follow in St. Marys Cemetery. She succumbed to melanoma on Saturday, May 16, 2009, at home in the company of her loving family. In her courageous struggle against this insidious disease, she was cared for by her family and had constant support from friends and neighbors. She was born in Flint, Mich., to Jerry and May Prior as a first generation Scottish American. As a daughter of a WW II veteran, she also served her country as a medic in Landstuhl, Germany, where she met her husband of 33 years, Nick Sr. The couple married at her parents home on Secord Lake in Michigan on May 7, 1976. She was a stayat-home mom and then briefly worked as a travel agent. Her true talent and passion was children. She was an education coordinator at Floyd County Head Start for 10 years and more recently nurtured the kindergartners at St. Marys Catholic School in New Albany. She had a wonderful smile, beautiful blue eyes, a personality full of love and strength, an engaging mind, an irrepressible spirit and a firm belief that a beautiful future awaited her. Survivors include her husband, Nicholas Frederick Stein Sr.; three children, Katie Conley and her husband Joe, of Cleveland, Amy Stein, of Louisville, and Nicholas F. Stein Jr., of Brooklyn, N.Y.; a grandson, Joseph D. Conley; mother, May Prior; sister, Dawn Coleman; brothers, Fred and Mark Prior and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Jerry Dee Prior. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy may go to Hosparus Hospice of Southern Indiana or Melanoma Research, c/o Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, P.O. Box 27106, N.Y., N.Y., 10087-7106

1860 FLOYD CO. (Greenville) CENSUS: Catherine STINE 42 b. France; Nichols 20 b. France; John 18 b. France; Christena 16 domestic b. France; Mary 14 b. France; Margaret 10 b. IN; Catherine 7 b. IN; Barbra 5 b. IN 1870 FLOYD CO. (Greenville) CENSUS: John Stein 28 farmer France; Kate 15 1870 FLOYD CO. (Franklin Twnshp.) CENSUS: Henry Stein 58 farmer Hesse Darnstadt; Maria 42 England; Mary 17; Elizabeth 14; Christenia 9; George D. 7; Cora I. 4; Anna M. 2; William H. Baily 18 farm laborer; Charles I. Baily 15 farm laborer 1870 FLOYD CO. CENSUS: Peter Stein 23 retail confectionery b. IN

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