Frank Nestaval: Birth: 12 OCT 1877 in Montgomery Twsp., Le Sueur Co., Minnesota. Death: 07 OCT 1926 in Mercy Hospital, Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., Iowa
Title: Steven Harn Redman
Title: SOURCE: Mpls, MN Death Index Cards (FHL 1498983, Vol 161, pg 293), RecordType: Death, Name Of Person: Joseph Nestaval
Title: OBITUARY: Faribault Daily News 21Jan1929, Location: Faribault, Minnesota
Publication: 21 Jan 1929
Continued: The following obituary is taken from the Faribault (Minnesota) DailyNews, on 21Jan1929: Mrs. Frank M. Kaisersatt attended the funeral of her father, JosephNestaval, on Wednesday last, who died at the family residence at 5017York Avenue, S., Minneapolis, Monday, Jan. 14, at 1 o'clock p.m., beingat the time of his death 78 years and 15 days of age. Mr. Kaisersattwho is now temporarily employed in St. Paul, and daughter, Harriett, whois employed in Minneapolis, joined Mrs. Kaisersatt at the family home toattend the funeral which was held from the family residence and serviceswere conducted at the St. Lawrence Catholic church of which the deceasedwas a member and where Rev. J. P. Cleary officiated at high requiemmass. Gill Brothers of Minneapolis, funeral directors, conducted thefuneral, and interment was made in the family lot in Sunset MemorialPark. The pall bearers were his sons-in-law, assisted by EdwardPerlich, a relative, of Minneapolis. Joseph Nestaval was born in Budejovice, Bohemia, now the Czech-Slovakrepublic, on Dec. 30th, 1850, and when a lad of fifteen he emigrated tothis country settling on the farm near Montgomery, which he owned to thetime of his death, and on which he lived all his life except for aperiod of twelve years when the family lived in Seaforth, Redwoodcounty, Minn., and the last six years, having lived in Minneapolis.Ever since he moved to Minneapolis and up to within six months of hisdeath, Mr. Nestaval was in the employ of the city park board of the cityof Minneapolis. In 1875 Mr. Nestaval married Anna Nemec of Montgomery; who died sevenyears later, leaving a son Frank. Later Mr. Nestaval, married AnnaFactor of the Montgomery community, who together with six daughters(Mrs. F.M. Kaisersatt, of Faribault, Mrs. Thos. C. Skluzacek, ofLonsdale, Mrs. Franklin Kerr, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. S. C. Gale,Mrs. J. H. Evans and Miss Beatrice Nestaval, of Minneapolis), two sons(Edward J. Nestaval, of Pasadena, Calif.) and five grandchildren survivehim, including Harriett Kaisersatt, Faribault, Vivian and StellaSkluzacek of Lonsdale. He was preceded in death by his son Frank fromthe first marriage, and by two of his daughters, Anna EleanorKaisersatt, and Mary, from the second marriage.
In the 1920 Minnesota Census, LeSueur Co., Montgomery township, E.D. 76,sheet 2, which was enumerated on 7-8 January 1920, Joseph Nestavallisted with his wife Anna, daughter Genieve, and son Edward. The censusstated that Joseph immigrated to the US in 1871, becoming a naturalizedcitizen in 1878. Joseph was listed as a farmer. In the census, his wifeAnna, listed as born in Illinois, and her parents born in Bohemia.
Note: listed as 43 years old.
Note: years old, born in Bohemia, married 17 years, saloon keeper, immigratedto the US in 1867, in the US for 33 years, Naturalized, enumerated withwife and 8 children
Note: Appeared in 1900 Federal Census in Minnesota, listed as born Oct 1851, 48
Note: list as 59 years old in Bohemia, married 27 years, speaks English, farmer
Note: E.D. 76, sheet 2.
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