Section 9, lot 115
In 1900 U.S. Census for Gallia County, OH, listed as a engineer, stationary. Gives location of birth as West Virginia (parents born in Virginia (father), and Kentucky (mother)), and date of birth, August, 1879.
In 1920 U.S. Census for Paris, Bourbon County, KY; employed as manager of electric light co., wife Nellie, age 34, daughter, Frances Ann, age 13.
Obituary, Lexington Leader, p. 16, Friday, November 2, 1962: age 83, 1310 Fincastle Road, Lexington, retired registered engineer; died today at 12:40 a.m. at St. Joseph Hospital after an extended illness; employee of Kentucky Utilities Co. for 26 years, had been superintendent of KU Paris and Maysville District gas properties; born in Mason County, WV, son of late John William and Sallie VanMeter Steenbergen; early education by private tutors, graduated from Gallia Academy, Gallipolis, OH, attended college in Poughkeepsie, NY, some work at Univ. of Kentucky; member of Church of the Good Shepherd, Paris Rotary Club, resident of Lexington since 1931; survivors, wife, Nellie Dennis Steenbergen, daughter, Mrs. Charles Chase, Massens, NY, and brother, Isaac Steenbergen, Southern California. Buried Sect. 9. Lot 115 in Lexington Cemetery.
Dates and places of birth and of death, parents' names, from Kentucky Death Certificate (vol. 50, certif. 24657). Death certificate gives occupation as "retired engineer, Kentucky Utilities."