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Theodore Clement Steele
Birth: Sep. 11, 1847
Owen County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jul. 24, 1926
Brown County
Indiana, USA

Theodore Clement Steele was born in Owen Co., IN.; he died in Brown Co., IN. His father was Samuel Steele and his mother was Harriet.
Theodore's 1st. wife was Mary Elizabeth "Libbie" Lakin they were married 2-14-1870 in Rushville, IN. They had children 1. Rembrandt born 11-16-1870 2. Margaret "Daisy" born 7/7/1872 3. Shirley Lakin (male) born 7/15/1878. 1st. wife dies in 1899.

2nd. wife Selma Neubacher, they were married 8-9-1907 in Indianapolis, IN.
 
 
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 Spouses:
  Mary Elizabeth Lakin Steele (1850 - 1899)*
  Selma L Neubacher Steele (1872 - 1945)*
 
 Children:
  Rembrandt Theodore Steele (1870 - 1965)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
TC Steele Memorial Cemetery
Belmont (Brown County)
Brown County
Indiana, USA
 
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Record added: Sep 07, 2003
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Rembrant "Brant" Steele is briefly mentioned, with his sister, Margaret "Daisy" Steele as "the son and daughter of noted American impressionist Theodore Clement Steele. Also mentioned as Shortridge H.S. students, who were taught art by Roda E Selleck. Sou...(Read more)
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