Bernhard Kehler Wieler (1932-1937)

Bernhard Kehler Wieler, dearly beloved son of Henry and Susana Wieler passed away May 2, 1937 at the Winnipeg General Hospital. Bernard was born July 2, 1932 in Steinbach, MB.

Besides his parents, Henry & Susana Wieler, he is survived by his sisters Helene (and Joseph Grunwald), Elizabeth and Rosemarie, and his brother Peter. Continue reading “Bernhard Kehler Wieler (1932-1937)”

Edna Elizabeth Kehler (1925 – 1933)

Edna Elizabeth Kehler, beloved daughter of Johann S & Annie Kehler, born January 5, 1925 in Frobisher, Saskatchewan, passed away on August 22, 1933 in Steinbach, Manitoba.

Edna was predeceased by her Grandfather Jacob K Kehler and Grandmother Helena Unger Wieler. Besides her parents,  Johann S & Annie Kehler, she is also survived by her sister Violet, and brothers Henry, Walter, John and Glen.

Funeral services were held in the Steinbach Kliene Geminde (EMC) Church . Burial,  at the Steinbach Pioneer Cemetery

 

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Jacob “Berliner” Kehler (1863-1923)

Jacob "Berliner" Kehler
Jacob “Berliner” Kehler

Jacob Kehler (known commonly as “Berliner” Kehler): farmer and community leader; born on 11 March 1863 in Russia to Gerhard and Susanna (Ketler) Kehler. He was the 10th of fifteen children in the family.

The family immigrated to Canada in 1875 when Jacob was 12 years old and settled in Hochfeld, a small village near Steinbach, Manitoba.

He was baptized on 2 June 1884, joining the Chortitzer Mennonite Church.

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Maria Schultz Kehler Penner (1885-1909)

Marie S Kehler
Marie S Kehler

Maria (Taunte Marie) was the first child in the Berliner Kehler family. On November 14, 1905 she married Abram Henry Penner, and their daughter Anne Ethel Kehler Penner was born August 19, 1907. She died at an early age of 23 on February 21, 1909, in childbirth of her twins Jacob and Heinrich (who died shortly after birth). Maria was buried, in the Hochfeld CMC Cemetery, together with her newborn son Heinrich.

 

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