Family:Georg Lannert and Marie Steinbacher (2)

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Marriage? 23 Jul 1843 Reichenbach, Hessen, Germany

Marie Margaretha STEINBACHER Mary, daughter of Johann Philipp STEINBACHER and Elisabetha Barbara GANZERT, was born on 2 Apr 1821 in Lautern, Odenwald, Hessen, Germany. She was christened on 3 Apr 1821 in Reichenbach, Odenwald, Hessen, Germany. She immigrated on 10 Jul 1848 to New York, US. Marie lived 2730 E. 55th St (old 1654 Willson Ave) in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH, US before 1908. She died of Liver Cancer on 30 Jan 1908 at the age of 86 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH, US. Lannert-Mary M., widow of Geo. H. Lannert, at her residence, 2730 E. 55th st., (old 1654 Willson ave.), age 87 years. Funeral from her late residence Saturday, Feb. 1, at 2 p. m. Findlay (o.) papers please copy. Cleveland papers.

Mary M. Lannert (translated from German Obituary)

In that high older of 87 years is yesterday after they been ten weeks bedridden, Ms. M. Lannert, the widow of George H. Lannert died in her home on 2730 E. 55 Street. Born in the high mountains near Reichenbach, Hesse-Darmstadt, the family came over in the year 1848 and settled dearly itself with its spouse first in Massillon, Canal Fulton and Findlay and later moved to stay in 1866 to Cleveland.

Here it was to be committed the couple in the year 1893 vergonnt, the rare honor festival of the golden wedding, but soon on that the great marriage became by the death desire in that the spouse was torn now thirteen years ago of its life's companion by the page.

Ms. Lannert was as an enthusiastic member of the German Stone-church at Woodland Avenue and its Lady-Workers. The funeral of the Derstorbenen will be tomorrow afternoon 2 o'clock from the sorrowful house. Survived by six children, J. A. Lannert, H. W. Lannert, George G. Lannert and F. F. Keller all of Cleveland; P. J. Lannert of Toledo, and John Lannert of Lafayette, Ind.

Aged Resident Is Dead Woman Lived in City More Than Forty Years. Mrs. Mary H. Lannert, well known among the Germans of the city, died yesterday morning at an advanced age in her home, 2730 E. 55th St. She was the widow of George H. Lannert. She moved to this city in 1866. In 1893 the couple celebrated their golden wedding. Mrs. Lannert was a member of the German Pioneer Society and the German Reformed church. Six children survive. Cleveland Plain Dealer, 31 Jan 1908, pg 3.

She was buried on 1 Feb 1908 in Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH, US.