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Ellis County Obituary
Seventh-Day Adventist Cemetery

aka Adventist aka Weis

ALEX MEIER

29 Jan 1888 - 25 Sep 1954

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


Born Jan. 29, 1888 in Russia
Died Sept. 25, 1954 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK

Born Jan. 29, 1888 in Russia to Adam and Susie (Kerbs) Meier, the family immigrated to American in 1899, settling in Lehigh, Marion Co., KS. In about 1901, came to this area and lived on a homestead near Arnett, and later near Shattuck. In 1946, he moved in town. On Mar. 12, 1911, he was united in marriage with Mary Ehrlich and to this union three children were born, one passing away in infancy. The two daughters are Mrs. Leona Kline and Mrs. Irene Appel, both of Shattuck.

His first wife passed away on Aug 1, 1945. Six years later, on March 8, 1951 he was remarried to Mrs. Eva Covalt. The step-children are Dora McDowell of Woodward; Lester Covalt of Pampa; Harold and Merl Covalt, both of Woodward; Kennth Covalt of Pampa; Sig Covalt of Woodward and Wilma Holmes of Guymon.

His passing leaves his wife; two children seven step-children; 29 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; one brother; three sisters and a large circle of friends and relatives. Funeral services were held Sept 28, 1954 at the Shattuck Seventh-day Adventist Church with Pastor A. G. Streifling conducting the service. He was buried in the Adventist Cemetery aka Seventh Day Adventist Cemetery or Weiss Cemetery (Sec 15 Twp 20 R25 or 5 miles south and 1 east of Shattuck, OK).


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