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Ellis County Obituary
Ebenezer Baptist Cemetery

aka Ebenezer aka German Baptist

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


24 Aug 1888 - 25 Nov 1916

Born Aug 24, 1888 in Marion Co., KS
Died Nov 25, 1916 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK

David married Charlotte “Lottie” Batt in 1908. They lived with David's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schick for seven years. During this time three of their children were born: Samuel, Manuel and Walter. In 1915 David and Lottie moved to school land, one mile south of the homestead, which David had purchased from his father. David was killed in 1916 when his wagon was hit by a train. Lottie was expecting their fourth child, David, at the time.

Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

The Arnett Leader 01 Dec 1916 ri. Page 1
news article

David Schick, a Germand farmer living about three miles southeast of Shattuck, was hit by the southbound Santa Fe
passenger Saturday evening and died about a half hour later from the injuries he received.

The accident occured on a railroad crossing east of New Goodwin. Mr. Schick was crossing the track driving a horse
and buggy when the train hit him. The buggy was demolished and the horse uninjured. He was 28 years old with a wife and three small children.

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