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Seventh-Day Adventist Cemetery

aka Adventist aka Weis

Shattuck, Ellis County, OK

Submitted by: Ken Wasenmiller

Effie (Kerbs) Schultz

Effie Schultz' obit
Dec. 26, 1868 ~ March 8. 1953

SCHULTZ.—Effie Schultz. born in Russia, Dec. 26, 1868; died March 8. 1953, in Shattuck, Okla. While still in the land of her birth she was married to Reinhardt Steinley, and 2 children were born to this union. He died in 1893 shortly after their coming to America.

In 1895 she was married to Henry M. Schultz, and to this union 10 children were born. She was a faithful Seventh-day Adventist more than 60 years.

She leaves to mourn 9 children, 2 stepchildren, 16 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren, and 1 brother.


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