Obit: Hennie, Elizabeth (1845 – 1919)


Surnames: Hannie, Hanni, Hennie, Bigler, Gehring

----Source: Family Scrapbook

Elizabeth Hannie (16 April 1845 - February 14. 1919 – Tombstone Reading)

Elizabeth Hennie

Mrs. Elizabeth Hennie passed away at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John

Hennie, Friday, February 14, 1918. Aged 73 years, 4 months and 10 days.

Elizabeth Bigler was born in Switzerland, October 4, 1845. She was united in

Marriage to Carl Hennie in that country and in 1880 they came to the United States,

Where the deceased has since resided. Mr. Hennie passed away in 1912. Five children

Survive their mother: Fred, Chris and Adolph, of Fairbury, Illinois; Charles, of Colby, Wis.,

And Mrs. Martha Gehring, of Logan, Oklahoma. The deceased was a kind and loving

Mother and an excellent woman.

The funeral was held from the south apostolic church Tuesday and was largely


South Side (Fairbury, Illinois) South Apostolic Christian Cemetery Index

Hannie, Elizabeth 16 Apr 1845 - 14 Feb 1919

Hannie, Christian 16 Apr 1876 - 27 Jan 1920 (The death record for Christian “Christ” Hannie / Hennie is below)

Hannie, Franes 20 Feb 1885 - 1 Feb 1920

Hannie, Margaret M. 1815 - 1927

Illinois Death Records

Elizabeth Hannie
death date: 14 Feb 1919
death place: Forrest Township, Livingston, Illinois
gender: Female
age: 73
estimated birth year: 1846
birth date: 04 Oct 1845
birthplace: Bern, Switzerland
father: John Bigler
father's birth place: Switzerland
mother: Katherine Hirsinger
mother's birth place: Switzerland
occupation: Housewife
burial date: 18 Feb 1919

Illinois Death Records

Christ. Hannie
titles and terms (original):
death date: 27 Jan 1920
death place: Faribury, Livingston, Illinois
gender: Male
age: 44
estimated birth year: 1876
birth date: 16 Apr 1876
birthplace: Switzerland
father: Charles Hannie
father's birth place: Switzerland
mother: Elizabeth Bigler
mother's birth place: Switzerland
occupation: Farmer
burial date: 29 Jan 1920



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