Fred was born Aug 21, 1865 in Shcherbakovka, Russia, to Joh. Geo. and Katherine Elisabeth (Ehrlich) Ehrlich. He immigrated to the U.S. with his family. They made their home in Lehigh, KS. In 1886, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Haffner. To this union 4 daughters were born: Mary, Cassie, Anna, and Leah.
In 1901, he moved to a farm south of Shattuck, OK where he lived 26 years before moving into Shattuck to reside until his death. He and his wife joined the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in 1888. His wife and daughter Mary preceded him in death, also one grandchild.
Death came at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Alex W. Meier, on Tues. July 30, 1946 at the ageof 80 years, 11 months, 9 days. He leaves to mourn, 3 daughters, Mrs. Alex W. Meier (Cassie), Mrs. Fred Laubhan (Annie), and Mrs. Sam Arnbrecht (Leah); 2 brothers, H.K. Ehrlich of Canada and C.C. Ehrlich of Shattuck; and 1 sister, Mrs. Katie Haffner of Oregon.
Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon, Aug 1 at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He will be 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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