Mary Stiener

Birth Name Mary Stiener
Gender female
Age at Death about 70 years, 7 months, 29 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Sources Notes
Birth about 1854 Bria?, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia   1a
Death August 30, 1924 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States   2

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Joseph Stiener
Mother
         Mary Stiener about 1854 August 30, 1924

Families

    Family of Mathias Cipra and Mary Stiener
Married Husband Mathias Cipra
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
James CipraMarch 18731908
Joseph CipraApril 1875October 27, 1922
Mary CipraOctober 31, 1877January 21, 1947
John Cipraabout 1879before 1900
Frank CipraJuly 12, 1881October 28, 1973
Josephine CipraOctober 1881July 22, 1967
Louis CipraOctober 30, 1884May 1963
    Family of Vaclav Cipra and Mary Stiener
Married Husband Vaclav Cipra
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Sources Notes
Marriage April 19, 1890 Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States   3 4
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Emil CipraMay 1891about June 1, 1963
Theresa CipraJanuary 1892about May 31, 1956

Narrative

After Mathias Cipra died, Mary is listed as living on Ovington St., Cleveland:

From the Cleveland City Directories, at ancestry.com
1888 Cipra Maria, wid Matej 19 Ovington
1889 Cipra Marie, wid Michael 18 Ovington
1890 Cipra Mary, wid Matej 18 Ovington

After Vaclav died, Mary was still living on Ovington. The naming of streets in Cleveland was all re-arranged in 1905, and so the numbering on Ovington must have changed. This is her 1910 and 1920 Census information:

1910; Census Place: Cleveland Ward 17, Cuyahoga, Ohio;
Roll T624_1172; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 263;
at 6610 Ovington
Mary Cipra 57, widowed, 9 children, 7 alive, Austria-Bohemia, arrived 1886, speaks Bohemian, not English
Louis Cipra 25, Austria-Bohemia, arrived 1886, naturalized, speaks English, occ: some kind of salesman
Emil Cipra 19, OH, occ: some work in a foundry
Theresa Cipra 17, OH, tailoring

 

1920;Census Place: Leroy, Lake, Ohio;
Roll T625_1403; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 79;
on Moser Road
Bingeman Ott 31, head, Ohio, Darmstead Germany, Darmstead Germany, farmer
Thresa Ott 26, wife, Ohio
Charles Ott 0/12, son, Ohio
George Ott 36, brother, Ohio, farmer
Mary Cipra 66, mother in law, Bria Bohemia, arrived 1890, status unclear, speaks Bohemian

 

Mary's death notice as found in the online Cleveland Necrology File:
Name: Cipra, Marie
Date: August 31, 1924
Notes: Cipra-Marie, mother of Marie Palecek, Frank Cipra, Louis Cipra, Emil Cipra, Tesa Ott; mother of the late deceased James and Joseph Cipra, passed away Saturday at 8 a.m. Funeral from the late residence, 9608 Fuller avenue, and from the church of Our Lake of Lourdes, Tuesday, Sept. 2, 1924, at 8 a.m. Burial at Calvary cemetery. Friends invited.

And the information from her death record. The image is indexed at pilot.familysearch.org as Mary Cipia.
Death Record
Name: Mary Cipra
Marital status: widowed
Husband: Vaclav Cipra
Born: Feb 1854
Birthplace: Bohemia
Died: Aug 30, 1924
Age: 70y, 6m
Place of death: 9608 Fuller Ave
Cause of Death: Bright's Disease
Contributory cause:
Occupation:
Father: Joseph Stiener, born in Bohemia
Mother: unknown, born in Bohemia
Informant: Frank Cipra, son, of 9608 Fuller Ave.
Buried: Calvary, from BJ Rumplik, 5335 Dolloff

A transcriiption of her tombstone was found at the Charles Jarolimek database, at rootsweb. The maintainer of that database states:
"At Calvary Cemetery, her tomb stone reads: Vaclav Cipra 1857-1907; under his name is Jani Palecek 1897-1906 (granddaughter); across from Vaclav's name is Joseph F. Cipra 1875-1922 (son); under Joseph's name is Marie Q. Cipra 1853-1924; May They Rest in Peace."

Could the "Q" really be a crown with a cross inset into it? This design looks like the letter "Q".

Pedigree

  1. Joseph Stiener
      1. Mary Stiener
        1. Mathias Cipra
          1. James Cipra
          2. Joseph Cipra
          3. Mary Cipra
          4. John Cipra
          5. Frank Cipra
          6. Josephine Cipra
          7. Louis Cipra
        2. Vaclav Cipra
          1. Emil Cipra
          2. Theresa Cipra

Source References

  1. National Archives and Records Administration: 1930 United States Census
      • Page: Cleveland, ED 397, sheet 11B, line 56, family 12
      • Citation:

        "United States Census, 1930," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X432-B7G : accessed 2 May 2019), Mary Burke in household of Granville V Shay, Cleveland (Districts 251-500), Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 397, sheet 11B, line 56, family 12, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 1775; FHL microfilm 2,341,509.

  2. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953
  3. Cuyahoga County Marriage Index
  4. International Genealogical Index at familysearch.org

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