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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


29 Jun 1886 - 1918

Born Jun 29, 1886
Died 1918 in Shattuck, Ellis Co., OK

Mary Hagen married Fred Schick in about 1904. They lived on school land, owned by his father, Frederick Schick, one mile south of the homestead. Later they moved to Texas, then returned and lived with his parents on the homestead. Fred and Mary had four children: Daniel, Bill, Bertha, and Leah. Mary died of influenza in 1918.

She is buried in Ebenezer Baptist Cemetery aka German Baptist Cemetery Sec. 22 Twp 20 R 26 which is 5 miles south of Shattuck, 4 miles west and 1/2 mile south.

Note: Probably same person as Maria

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