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Ellis County Obituary
Seventh-Day Adventist Cemetery

aka Adventist aka Weis

MARY EHRLICH MEIER

18 Nov 1887 - 1 Aug 1945

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


Born Nov 18, 1887 in Lehigh, Marion Co., KS
Died Aug. 1, 1945 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK

Mary was born Nov 18, 1887 in Lehigh, Marion Co., KS to Fred F. and Eva Elisabeth (Haffner) Ehrlich. She married Alexander Meier on Mar 12, 1911. They had two daughters. She died Aug. 1, 1945 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK.

Survivors are her husband, Alex and two daughters: Mrs. Alex (Leona) Klein and Mrs. Gottlieb (Irene) Appel; three grandchildren.

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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