Series 2 Photos 694 - Ed Schellenberg Photograph Collection

Ed Schellenberg Ed Schellenberg Ed Schellenberg Ed's sisters Bertha and Mary Schellenberg David and Anna (Braun) Schellenberg family Children of Ed & Romelda Schellenberg Multi-family photos Barkman sisters Jacob Braun, Paraguay first visit back to Manitoba since 1926 Jacob Braun, Paraguay first visit back to Manitoba since 1926 Braun family (?) Three Braun siblings at Jacob Braun's visit from Paraguay Schellenberg family John Schellenberg John Schellenberg and sister Bertha Lang
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CA MHC PP-2 Photos 694


Ed Schellenberg Photograph Collection


  • 1890-2000 (Creation)

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Erdman Schellenberg (popularly known as Ed Schellenberg) (1928-2012) was born in the R.M. of Montcalm, Manitoba as the fourth of six children born to David Schellenberg (1898-1965) and Anna Braun (1901-1997). He married Romelda Rempel in 1951 in the Evangelical Mennonite Brethren Church (EMB) in Steinbach, Manitoba. They had four children. Ed was a long-time resident of Steinbach, owned and operated Schellenberg Sales and Services, served as a volunteer in various community organizations, and during his retirement years, spend many hours collecting, compiling and researching Mennonite genealogy and family history. He died in Steinbach on 13 April 2012 and is buried in the Heritage Cemetery in Steinbach.

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