I know nothing about my great grandmother's family, the Keisters, except that they were from Darke, Co., OH:
. Samuel Staudt was born on 7 Nov 1853. He died on 8 Feb 1931. He married Lovina Kiester in 1873 in Hill Grove, OH.
Union City Evening Times, Monday, October 11, 1937
Heart Attack - Causes the death of Samuel S. Staudt, prominent farmer. - Was a former teacher in
Jackson, Ohio school.
Samuel S. Staudt, 60, the well known farmer and former school teacher, passed away at his home four
miles north of this city Friday afternoon as result of heart trouble.
Mr. Staudt was a graduate of the east Side High school, and from Normal College at Ada, Ohio. He
taught in rural schools in Jackson Township for five years after graduating from college. He was a
pioneer conductor of the old Dayton & Muncie Traction lines. Mr. Staudt was a member of the Methodist
Church here and a member of the Masonic Lodge at Ansonia, Ohio.
He is survived by a son Greeley and wife of Union City, three sisters, Mrs. Carl Daubenmire of
Columbis, Ohio, Mrs. R. R. Brooks and Mrs. W. G. Coupess, both of Union City; and a brother O. O.
Staudt of Greenville, Ohio.
The funeral services took place this afternoon from the Brooks Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Carl G
. Adams. Interment took place in the Winchester cemetery.
3. Lovina Kiester was born on 18 Feb 1852. She died on 20 Sep 1926
If you know anything about this line, I would love to hear from you.