Person:Sarah Shantz (1)

Watchers
m. 15 Oct 1808
  1. Elizabeth Shantz1809 - 1821
  2. Samuel Shantz1811 - 1895
  3. Barbara Shantz1812 - 1887
  4. Mary Shantz1814 - 1875
  5. Sarah Shantz1816 - 1881
  6. Anna Shantz1817 - 1899
  7. Veronica Shantz1819 - 1893
  8. Esther Shantz1823 - 1883
  9. Magdalena Shantz1825 - 1887
  10. Isaac B. Shantz1827 - 1917
  11. Leah Shantz1829 - bet 1891 and 1901
m. 28 Jan 1834
Facts and Events
Name[1] Sarah Shantz
Alt Name[1] Sallie Shantz
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] Jan 1816 Waterloo Twp, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 28 Jan 1834 Waterloo County, Ontario, Canadato Joseph E Schneider
Death[3][1] 18 Oct 1881 Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Eby, Ezra E. A biographical history of Waterloo township and other townships of the county ... (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971), 2:418.

    'SHANTZ, SARAH (Sallie), was born January 21st, 1816, and died October 18th, 1881. On January 28th, 1834, [s]he was married to Joseph E. Schneider.'

  2. Canada West (Ontario), Waterloo County, Waterloo, in United Province of Canada. 1851 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada).

    Joseph E Schneider, age 42 [next] 23 Novbr., farmer
    Sarah Schneider, age 36 on 18 Janry.
    Barbara Schneider, age 15 on 26 Febry.
    David Schneider, age 12 on 1 March
    Samuel Schneider, age 10 [next] 6 Octobr.
    Maria Schneider, age 7 [next] 26 Decbr.
    Louisa Schneider, age 5 [next] 9 August
    Lydia Schneider, age 3 [next] 23 Debr.
    Magdalena Shneider, age 1 [next] 31 Debr.
    all born in Canada, all "Menonist"

  3. Eby, Ezra E. A biographical history of Waterloo township and other townships of the county ... (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971), 2:346.

    'SCHNEIDER, JOSEPH E., was born at Berlin, Ontario, November 23rd, 1810. On January 28th, 1834, he was married to Sarah, daughter of Isaac and Esther (Bechtel) Shantz. She was born January 21st, 1816, and died October 18th, 1881. Soon after their marriage they moved on his father's old homestead, now in possession of Samuel B. Schneider. When Mr. Schneider was a young man he joined the church of his choice, the Mennonite, of which body he was ordained deacon, a position he held for many years. His old days were much beclouded with troubles in the church, and owing to the different views held by the two parties in regard to the teaching of the Bible a division was made and the one party organized themselves into a distinct body, now known as the Mennonite Brethren in Christ. Mr. Schneider joined himself with the new body. He died happy in the Lord, February 16th, 1880.'