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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Karolina Stevahn: Birth: 22 AUG 1891 in Kassel/Odessa, South Russia. Death: 26 SEP 1931 in Elgin, Grant County, North Dakota

  2. John Stevahn: Birth: 19 AUG 1894 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota. Death: 20 JAN 1895 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota

  3. Magdalena Stevahn: Birth: 9 SEP 1895 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota. Death: 20 JAN 1967 in New England, Hettinger County, North Dakota

  4. Wilhelm Stevahn: Birth: 20 JAN 1899 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota. Death: 21 DEC 1978 in Jacobson Memorial Care Center Elgin, Grant County, North Dakota

  5. Martha Stevahn: Birth: 9 JUN 1900 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota. Death: 20 APR 1992 in Glen Ullen, Morton County, North Dakota

  6. Pauline Stevahn: Birth: 9 FEB 1903 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota. Death: 14 SEP 1993 in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota

  7. Elizabeth Stevahn: Birth: 28 JUN 1905 in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota. Death: 13 SEP 1960 in Seattle, Washington


Sources
1. Title:   Obituary for Regina (Finck) Stevahn
Page:   Grant County News February, 1942
2. Title:   Obituary for Johann Stevahn Jr.
Page:   Grant County News April, 1940

Notes
a. Note:   Regina was born in July, 1866 the daughter of William and Magdelena (Hoffer) Finck in Kassel/Odessa, South Russia. She was baptized July 17, 1866, confirmed in 1881, in the Lutheran Faith. She married Johann Stephan in November, 1887, in Kassel, South Russia. She Immigrated to the United State of America departure March 23, 1893, arrival April 5th 1893 with her family and moved to the community of Wishek on April 11, 1893. They left behind three children that had died in infancy. Regina was one of the founders of the First Zion Lutheran Church of Elgin, were she remained a faithful member until her death. She passed away at 7:00pm at her daughters home in Antelope in February 1842. Her age at time of death was 75 years 7 months 12 days. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:00pm, at the First Zion Lutheran Church, with Rev. E. Wiedenhoefer officiating. She was laid to rest beside her husband in the church cemetery in Elgin, North Dakota. The pallbearers were Christ Dietz, Ed. Rivinius, Fred Zeller, Fred Eisenbeisz, Fred Hintz and Sam Kranich.


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