Title: Steven Harn Redman
Title: SOURCE: Kirk Z Nestaval letter 24Feb1992, Recipient: Steven Harn Redman,Author Address: 302 Park Ave., Grand Forks, ND 58203
Author: Kirk Zack Nestaval
Publication: 24 Feb 1992
Title: SOURCE: Mpls MN Death Index Card (FHL 1498983, Vol 321, pg 2178), RecordType: Death, Name Of Person: Anna Factor
Title: OBITUARY: Faribault (MN) Daily News, 01Jun1946, Location: Faribault,Minnesota
Publication: 01 Jun 1946
Title: OBITUARY: Faribault (MN) Daily News, 21May1946, Location: Faribault,Minnesota
Publication: 21 May 1946
Continued: The following obituary from The Faribault Daily News newspaper, 21 May1946 and 01 Jun 1946. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Skluzacek attended the funeral of the later'smother, Mrs. Anna Nestaval, on Monday, May 20, in Minneapolis. Mrs.Anna Nestaval, 80, a pioneer of Montgomery and a resident of Minneapolisfor the last 23 years passed away on Friday, May 17, at her home at 5017York Ave. S., Minneapolis. She is survived by one son, Edward J., ofVan Hook, N.D., six daughters, Mrs. Frank Kaisersatt, Mrs. Thomas C.Skluzacek of Lonsdale, Mrs. Franklin Kerr of Massillon, Ohio, Mrs. J.H.Evans of Glen Ellyn, Ill., Mrs. Beatrice Darnell and Mrs. Samuel Gale,both of Minneapolis; three sisters, Mrs. Anton Podhora of St. LouisPark, Mrs. Ed A. Holt and Mrs. Ed. A. Perlich, both of Minneapolis; twobrothers, Joseph Factor of Portland, Oregon and John Factor ofMarshalltown, Iowa; 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.Attending the funeral from Faribault, were Mr. and Mrs. Fran Kaisersattand Harriett Kaisersatt. Anna Factor Nestaval was born in Chicago, Ill. on May 10, 1866. At anearly age she came to Minnesota with her parents and made her home on ahomestead in Montgomery township. At 16, she was married to JosephNestaval of Montgomery and they continued making their home on the farmeast of town until the spring of 1900 when they moved to Seaforth,Minn., where they engaged in business. After purchasing a home inMinneapolis they retired to that city where Mr. Nestaval died in 1929.She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Nestaval, a daughter,Anna, mother of Harriett Kaisersatt, and another daughter, Marie. She was well known in this community for she made her home in Lonsdalefor more than a year after her husband's death. Always an ardentbeliever in education for her children, no job was too hard and nosacrifice too great for their sake for her to undertake. Thus leavingthem the priceless heritage of a long happy, useful life lived in thetrue Christian tradition. The Rosary was said Sunday evening at the Gill Bros. chapel, wheremany former Montgomery friends came to pay their last respects. RequiemMass was at the Church of Christ the Kink on Monday at 9:00 a.m.Internment was made in Sunset Memorial Cemetery.
Note: had 9 children, 8 children still living.
Note: lists born May 1865 in Illinois, 35 at last birthday, married 17 years,
Note: of which are alive
Note: list as 45 years old in Illinois, married 27 years, had 10 children-all
Note: E.D. 76, sheet 2.
Note: enumerated with daughter Beatrice and granddaughter Patricia
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