Person:Helena Peters (11)

Watchers
m. 1 Jul 1888
  1. Helena Peters1889 - 1968
  2. Maria Peters1891 - 1988
  3. Agatha Peters1892 - 1930
  4. Justina Peters1894 - 1916
  5. Anna Peters1896 - 1979
  6. Katherina Peters1898 - 1973
  7. Johann Peters1900 -
  8. Sarah Peters1901 - 1961
  9. Aganetha Peters1903 - 1996
  10. Johann J. Peters1905 - 1969
  11. Susanna Peters1907 - 1977
  12. Elizabeth Peters1909 - 1973
  13. Eva Peters1910 - 1999
  14. Cornelius Peters1913 - 1998
m. 30 Nov 1909
Facts and Events
Name Helena Peters
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3] 21 Apr 1889 Schoensee, East Reserve, Manitoba, Canada
Baptism[5][2] 8 Jun 1908 West Reserve, Manitoba, Canada
Residence from 1909 Schoenau, West Reserve, Manitoba, Canadawith Jacob John Fehr
Marriage 30 Nov 1909 West Reserve, Manitoba, Canadato Jacob John Fehr
Residence[6] 1968 Gruenthal, East Reserve, Manitoba, CanadaGrunthal Menno Home
Death[2][4] 4 Apr 1968 Steinbach, Manitoba, CanadaSteinbach Hospital
References
  1. registration #1889-004618, in Manitoba Vital Statistics Online Database.

    Helena Peters born 22/04/1889 in R.M. of Hanover
    mother: Maria Wiebe

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 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 U110.

    Weidenfeld; Bergthaler
    Johan Peters, born 1864 Dec 4, baptized 1885, [died 1925 Jul 13], [son of Peter Peters and Maria Wiens]
    married 1888 Jul 1:
    Maria Wiebe, born 1869 Apr 1, baptized 1888, [died 1952 Jan 30], [daughter of Kornelius Wiebe and Helena Klassen]
    Children of this marriage:
    Helena Peters, born 1889 Apr 21, baptized 1908 Jun 8, [died 1968 Apr 4], married Jacob Fehr, ref. 2B568
    Maria, born 1891 Jan 18, baptized 1911 Jun 5, [died 1988 Sep 23], married Peter Thiessen, ref. 3A078
    Agatha, born 1892 Oct 14, baptized 1911 Jun 5, [died 1930 Apr 28], married Isaak Ens, ref 3A494
    Justina, born 1894 Dec 9, [died 1916 Dec 4], [married Peter Toews]
    Anna, born 1896 Nov 4, [died 1979 Aug], [married Peter E Braun]
    Katharina, born 1898 Feb 21, [died 1973 May 3]
    Sarah, born 1901 Mar 21, [died 1961 May 2], [married Isaac Enns]
    Aganetha, born 1903 Jun 13, [died 1996 Feb 14], [married Daniel Peters]
    Johann, born 1905 Sep 25, [died 1969 Apr 26], [married Tina Friesen]
    Susanna, born 1907 Apr 18, [died 1977 Apr 22], [married Johann Schellenberg]

    "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.
    "Weidenfeld" and "Bergthaler" refer to notes in the register; "Weidenfeld" probably indicating that the family belonged to a congregation in Weidenfeld, East Reserve (near Gruenthal) prior to moving to the West Reserve, and "Bergthaler" indicating that the family joined the Bergthaler church when it split with the Sommerfeld church (confirmed by information from a grandson).

  3. Mrs. Jacob J. Fehr obituary.

    'Our beloved Mother, Mrs. Helena Fehr was born to her parents, the Johann Peters, on April 21, 1889, at Schonsee, East Reserve.'

  4. Mrs. Jacob J. Fehr obituary.

    'On Thursday morning, April 4, 1968, she suffered a stroke, whereupon she was transferred to the Steinbach Hospital, again at 11:00 a.m. another stroke resulted in her passing at 7:00 p.m. the same day, being redeemed of her earthly stay, fulfilled in her longing to ever be with the Lord, at an age of 79 years, less 17 days.'

  5. Mrs. Jacob J. Fehr obituary.

    She 'was baptized upon her confession of faith in spring of 1909, by the late bishop Abram Derksen, and received as member of the Sommerfelder Mennonite Church.'

  6. Mrs. Jacob J. Fehr obituary.

    '... the Menno Home at Grunthal, where she spent the last years, for which we are deeply grateful.'