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Ellis County Obituary
Seventh-Day Adventist Cemetery

aka Adventist aka Weis

EVA ELISABETH HAFFNER EHRLICH

30 Oct 1866 - 28 Apr 1945

Submitted by Family
Original source
& date unknown
Submitted by: Janet Flickinger


Born Oct. 30, 1866 in Shcherbakovka, Volga, Russia
Died Apr. 28, 1945 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK

Eva Elisabeth was born Oct. 30, 1866 to Friedrich and Eva Katherina Haffner in Shcherbakovka, Saratov, Volga, Russia. In 1886, she was united in marriage to Fred F. Ehrlich. To this union 4 daughters were born: Mary, Cassie, Anna, and Leah. She died Apr. 28, 1945 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK.

She leaves to mourn, her husband Fred and 4 daughters: Mrs. Alex (Mary) Meier; Mrs. Alex W. (Cassie) Meier; Mrs. Fred (Annie) Laubhan; and Mrs. Sam (Leah) Arnbrecht.

She was buried in the Adventist Cemetery aka Seventh Day Adventist or Weiss Cemetery Soc. 15 Twp 20 R 25 located 5 miles south of Shattuck and 1 mile east.


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