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Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Steele Family of Seymour, Indiana

Hi Everyone! 

I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter tomorrow. 

 

Remember that Jesus died for us, and He arose the third day, paying our sin debt in full.  Without Him, and our acceptance of His sacrifice of Love, none of us would be able to enter the Kingdom of Heaven!  Thank You Jesus for Your Love!



Earlier this week I received an email from one of my husband's cousins, a 3rd cousin to be exact.  He was looking for more info on the Steeles of Seymour, Indiana, his great-grandmother's family.

Judson - here are a few pictures/articles for you.  I will try to get more posted soon.

John Steele
1832-1901

Mary Frances Sheets Steele Obituary
1850-1914
 
Evelyn Steele-Carl Boetcher/Bottcher
Wedding announcement 1905
Daughter of John and Mary Frances


Joe Steele, Secretary, seated center
1921 Eagles mortgage burning ceremony
Son of John and Mary Frances
 
A Look Back At the Steele House
Boarding house owned and run by
Mary, then her daughter Susie


The Steele House being torn down Mar 1969






Dr Nathaniel T Steele
1835-1917
Brother to John

Hannah Kitchell Steele
1841-1879
Wife to Nathaniel

Susie Jeanette Johnson Burkhart
ca 1940
1914-1998
Daughter of Bertha May Steele and Albert Johnson
(Granddaughter of John and Mary Frances)

Susie Burkhart
December 1993


Susie Jeanette Johnson
ca 1915
Daughter of Bertha May Steele
and Albert Johnson


John Steele Burkhart
ca 2003
Mayor of Seymour, Jackson Co., Indiana
1991-2004
Son of Susie and Charlie
















The Steele House
Boarding House, Seymour, Indiana
ca 1901-1914

The Steele Family ca 1900


Mayme Druscilla Steele Blevins
1882-1935
Daughter of John and Mary Frances









Susan "Susie" Riddle Steele
1872-1969
Daughter of John and Mary Frances
More soon!

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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Vertical Layer Cake at "I Am Baker"

Howdy!

Ree at The Pioneer Woman sent her newsletter/email today with a link to I Am Baker and a GORGEOUSly decorated Rose Cake.  I just had to share it with y'all. (Sorry - lived in Georgia for awhile! LOL! Love the South!)  The directions for the Vertical Layers are HERE.  It's surprisingly simple.

Here are photos of the Rose Cake and the Vertical Layers:




Aren't these just too beautiful to cut into!!!  Gonna have to try these techniques soon!

Enjoy!!!

XoXoXo

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