Other Articles Clipping from Baltimore Sun, Thu, Aug 22, 1907.

Clipped from US, Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore Sun, August 22, 1907

COL. FREDERICK B. STEINER.Col. Frederick B. Steiner, 85 years old, died Tuesday evening at his home, 806 West Lombard street. Although being 111 for several years It was only a week ago that Colonel Steiner took to his bed.Funeral services will be held at his home at S P. M. today. Burial, which will be prlvste. witl be In Loudon Park Cemetery. Colonel 8teiner Is survived by two daughters, Mlsa Kate A. Steiner, of this city, and Miss Emma R. Steiner, of New York.Born In Frederick city Colonel Steiner came to Baltimore when a young man. He has resided in Baltimore for the last 50 years. During most of his life he was a soldier. He was graduated from West Point and with the rank of lieutenant he went West to fight Indians. There be saw muchactive service.At the outbreak of the Mexican War he organised a company known as the Chesapeake Rifles and led them as captain. Soon afterward he gave up hts commission In the regular army and engaged In business. He was the founder of the firm of fruit kn porters known then as the Dixon-Steiner 1 Company.