Person:Helena Fehr (2)

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m. 14 Aug 1881
  1. David Fehr1882 - 1882
  2. Maria Fehr1884 - 1956
  3. Jacob John Fehr1886 - 1961
  4. Johan J. Fehr1888 -
  5. David Fehr1890 - 1918
  6. Helena Fehr1892 - 1892
  7. Peter Fehr1893 - 1893
  8. Helena Fehr1894 - 1981
  9. Katharina Fehr1897 - 1965
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Name Helena Fehr
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 20 Jul 1892 Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States
Death[1] 28 Jul 1892 Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society; Sommerfeld Mennonite Church; Henry Unger; Martha Martens; and Adolf Ens. Sommerfeld Gemeinde Buch: Registers of the Church at West Lynne 1881-1935. (Winnipeg, Manitoba: Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society, 2004), page 2B340.

    Altona
    Johann Fehr, born 1859 Sep 22, baptized 1879 Jun 3, died 1923 Feb 15, [son of David Fehr and Maria Neufeld], ref. R292-1b
    married 1881 Aug 14:
    Helena Sawatzky, born 1863 Dec 9, baptized 1881 May 10, died 1921 Apr 12, [daughter of Jacob Sawatzky and Maria Harder], ref. 1A115
    Children of this marriage:
    David Fehr, born 1882 Sep 12, died 1882 Oct 17
    Maria, born 1884 Feb 15, baptized 1903 Jun 1, [died 1956 Dec 6], married Jakob Bergen, ref. 2B415
    Jakob, born 1886 Apr 10, baptized 1907 May 20, [married Helena Peters], ref. 2B568
    Johann, born 1888 May 25, baptized 1908 Jun 8, [married Helena Dueck], ref. 2B487
    David, born 1890 Apr 20, baptized 1910 May 16, [married Katharina Banman], ref. 3A392
    Helena, born 1892 Jul 20, died 1892 Jul 28
    Peter, born 1893 Jul 18, died 1893 Jul 26
    Helena, born 1894 Jun 23, baptized 1912 May 27, married Johann Schroeder, ref. 3A077
    Katharina, born 1897 Dec 25, baptized 1915 May 24 (Langdon ND), married Jakob A Braun, ref. 3A282

    "Ref." indicates a reference to a page in this or another church book. Information in square brackets [] was added by the editors, from other sources.
    Dates prior to immigration to Canada may be given according to the Julian ("old world") calendar, which was 12 days behind the Gregorian (modern) calendar in the 1800's.

  2. It is assumed that her parents lived in Cavalier County (Langdon township and/or the no longer existing Berlin township) from 1888, when they immigrated to the U.S., to 1901, when the family moved back to Canada.