Barbe Elisabeth Schertz1819 - 1886 (66 years)
Name Barbe Elisabeth Schertz  Born 12 Oct 1819 Lorquin, Moselle, FR 
- Saxburg, according to obit.
Gender Female Religion Amish Mennonite Died 14 May 1886 Flanagan, Livingston Co., IL
- at 66 yrs.
Buried Flanagan, Livingston Co., IL
- Waldo Cemetery
Person ID I5070 Schrock-Birkey Connection Last Modified 28 Dec 2018
Father Andrés Schertz, b. 10 Sep 1792, Gondrexange, Moselle, FR , d. 19 Mar 1837, Lorquin, Moselle, FR (Age 44 years) Mother Barbe (Elizabeth) Saltzman, b. 2 Apr 1792, Petite-Tenquin, Moselle, FR , d. 1828 (Age 35 years) Married 14 Jan 1813 Rhodes, Moselle, FR  Notes
- The announcement banns were posted Jan 3 and 10, so they were married on a Thursday. (JoeS)
Place of Marriage
Family ID F3531 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Valentine Felty Neuhauser, b. 14 Mar 1814, Bébing, Moselle, FR , d. 12 Jun 1899, Flanagan, Livingston Co., IL (Age 85 years) Married 19 Oct 1839 Lorquin, Moselle, FR Children 1. Barbe Neuhauser, b. 8 Oct 1837, Lorquin, Moselle, FR , d. 3 Apr 1871, KS (Age 33 years) 2. Valentin Neuhauser, b. 2 Apr 1841, Lorquin, Moselle, FR , d. 14 Jul 1922, Gridley Twp., McLean Co., IL (Age 81 years) Last Modified 10 Sep 2002 Family ID F3568 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Born - 12 Oct 1819 - Lorquin, Moselle, FR Married - 19 Oct 1839 - Lorquin, Moselle, FR Died - 14 May 1886 - Flanagan, Livingston Co., IL Buried - - Flanagan, Livingston Co., IL = Link to Google Earth
NEUHAUSER. - On the 14th of May, in Livingston Co., Ill., of cancer of the breast, Barbara, wife of deacon Valentine Neuhauser, aged 66 years. On Sunday the 16th her remains were laid in the grave. Many friends from far and near were present to pay their last tribute of respect for the departed sister. Funeral services were held by Daniel Steiner, Andrew Ropp, Christian Roop and John P. Schmidt. About three years ago an operation was preformed upon Sister Neuhauser and since that time she had continual and severe pain; yet all her sufferings were borne in all patience and Christian fortitude. She often prayed her heavenly Father that if it were his will, to release her from these sufferings, yet she calmly resigned herself to his will. She gave good evidence that she had been with Christ. She lived in matrimony 47 years, during which time joy intermingled with sorrow, yet the Lord always opened a way for them. Their last place of abode in Europe was in Saxburg, France, where she was born. From that place they moved to America. The departed sister leaves a sorrowing husband, one son, 10 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren to mourn their loss, but they mourn not as those who have no hope. She was a faithful member of the Amish Mennonite Church.