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Oliver Edwin Steinkamp and Raymond Edward Steinkamp of Richmond, Indiana

Oliver Edwin Steinkamp and Raymond Edward Steinkamp of Richmond, Indiana

I found this photo in a flea market in Crystal Hill, Arkansas. It has the following on the back "Oliver 11 Raymond 5 Steinkamfs". The studio is photographer M.H. Watts of Richmond, Indiana. After research I believe these two boys are the children of Frank H. Steinkamp (born 1852 in Ohio) and Anna Marie Crivel (born abt 1853 in Indiana). Frank was a plasterer.

Oliver Edwin Steinkamp
born 21 Feb 1885 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana
died Feb 1953
buried at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana
husband of Lena W. (2 Dec 1888 - 3 Oct 1989)
father of Betty L. (born 1923)

Raymond Edward Steinkamp
born 1 May 1890 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana
died 4 Aug 1988 in Shawnee Mission, Johnson, Kansas
married to Gladys (born abt 1890 in Illinois)
father of Raymond Edward Jr. (born 26 Aug 1915 in Illinois, died 1 Jun 1995 in Johnson County, Kansas)
father of Robert L. (born 2 Feb 1920 in Missouri, died 3 Mar 2001 in Clay County, Missouri)

They had a sister Mary Elma Steinkamp (born Apr 1877)

Oliver apparently was co-owner of a horticulture business called "Baur and Steinkamp" in Indianapolis. He lived for a time in Washington Township in Marion County, Indiana.

Raymond moved to Topeka, KS where he managed a Woolworth's Store and also lived in Kansas City where he worked as a confectioner.


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