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Edward Lollpopp, I posted a photo of his headstone today and thought you might like to see it. James
|Lori D||RE: Adolph Frederick / Linden Hill|
I got your message. What happened to the grave? Where did they move it?
Added by Lori D on Nov 12, 2011 4:47 AM
|pat hennessey||Madeline Lillpopp grave|
Sorry about posting up the pictures again of Madeline's grave site. I didn't realize that Cristina had already taken them in April and sent them. The cemetery records confirm what she said, that Madeline is buried in that plot without her name on the stone.
I was at Mt. St. Mary's today looking for Margaret Eckhardt. I posted the pictures, but only Anna Eckhardt's headstone is up.The space to the left of Anna would be grave 15 and Anna is is grave 16. There may be other relatives buried there, too, but as you can see, Anna is the only one with a headstone right now.
Added by Cristina on Apr 24, 2010 4:03 PM
My name is Patty Lillpop Taylor. I saw your memorial for Madeline Lillpopp and enjoyed your little story about your memories of her. I do a lot of genealogy and was trying to see where the Lillpop/Lillpopp family may have stood during the Holocaust in Germany/Poland. I am reading a book called The Secret Hunters and it has stirred up my heart for those who came through that trial. I looked up her name and saw her arriving 1927 and another arrival in 1901. May have been two different Madelines. I have not made a connection to her yet, but I'm sure with such an unusual name, we are apt to be related! Could you tell me anything of her or her sister's history?
Added by Pattypop on Apr 22, 2010 8:01 PM