Daniel B. Teuscher1895 - 1918 (22 years)
Name Daniel B. Teuscher Born 29 Dec 1895 Eureka, Woodford Co., IL Gender Male USR1 Influenza (Spanish?) Died 17 Nov 1918 Ft. Leavenworth, KS
- Was his death a result of the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918?
Buried Fisher, Champaign Co., IL 
- East Bend Mennonite Cemetery
Person ID I6316 Schrock-Birkey Connection Last Modified 26 Sep 2019
Father William Teuscher, b. 8 Jan 1862, Baden, GR , d. 17 Jan 1939, Pigeon, MI (Age 77 years) Mother Mary Grieser, b. 19 Sep 1867, Baden, GR , d. 6 Mar 1946, Pigeon, Huron Co., MI (Age 78 years) Married 12 Mar 1888  Family ID F3723 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Born - 29 Dec 1895 - Eureka, Woodford Co., IL Died - 17 Nov 1918 - Ft. Leavenworth, KS Buried - - Fisher, Champaign Co., IL = Link to Google Earth
Teuscher. - Daniel B., son of Bro. and Sister William Teuscher, was born Dec. 29, 1895, near Eureka, Ill., died at Ft. Leavenworth, Kans., Nov. 17, 1918; aged 22 y. 10 m. 19 d. He leaves his father and mother, 5 sisters, and 1 brother to mourn his early departure. Two brothers preceded him to the spirit world. He united with the Church at the age of 15 years, and remained a faithful member until death. He was called to Government service in October, 1917, to a camp in Texas; later was sent to Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas (D.B.), where he remained a faithful witness to his Christ until he was stricken with influenza and later developed into pneumonia which caused his death. Funeral services at the West Bend Mennonite Church conducted by J. A. Heiser. Text, Job 14:1,2. Burial at East Bend Cemetery.