Lydia Haas

Per Napoleon Centennial Book:  After Mr. Schuh died in 1957, she lived alone in her home in Napoleon, doing her own yard work, and garden planting until 1982 when as a result of a stroke became a resident of the Logan County Home of the Aged.  Lydia, who began quilting in 1935, is known for her hundreds of perfectly pieced articles of handmade blankets and quilts.  Mrs. Schuh is a member of and the only living charter member of the Napoleon Baptist Church in Napoleon (1984).  One of her favorite German hymns is "wen ich am ufer des Jordans steh, heiland verlasze mich nicht."


Per Baptist Herald, Sep 1993, page 28:  Charter member Napoleon Baptist Church, faithful, eager to serve, Sunday School teacher, WMF at Napoleon Baptist. survived by 2 sons, 5 daughters-in-law, 11 grandchildren, 9 great-grand children, one great-great-grandchild; one sister.


Per Napoleon Baptist Church, Napoleon, North Dakota, Anniversary booklet 1919-1979:  Only living charter member.  Married to Gottlieb Zi8mmerman, 1913, lived on a farm near Streeter until 1916; when they bought a farm four miles east of Napoleon, and lived there until the year 1921 or 1922 when they moved to the place in Napoleon where Mrs. Schuh now lives.  She and her husband worked side by side until Mr. Zimmerman was killed in an unfortunate accident.  On Nov 26, 1943, she was married to Mr. Adam Schuh.  both worked faithfully for the upbringing of God's Kingdom here on earth.  In Aug of 1957, Mr. Schuh became ill and had major surgery from which he never survived.  he passed away Aug 24, 1957



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