Mathilda <I>Lulow</I> Windolph


Mathilda Lulow Windolph

Death 23 Mar 1924 (aged 61)
Lead, Lawrence County, South Dakota, USA
Burial Sturgis, Meade County, South Dakota, USA
Plot Section A, Grave 225
Memorial ID 5969889 View Source
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Originally from the Isle of Rugen in Germany, she was the daughter of Karl Christian Christoph Lulow and Marie Sophia Henrietta Kagelmacher.
She was the sister of:
Marie Lulow Andres #70330686
Karolina Lulow Andres #70835899
Wilhelmina Lulow Zuhr #25580539

Wife of former Army First Sergeant Charles A. Windolph, (Company H, 7th US Cavalry), and Medal of Honor awardee. They were married on 16 August 1884, in Sturgis, South Dakota. After leaving the Army on 21 March 1883, he worked as a blacksmith for the Homestake Mining Company near Sturgis, South Dakota, for 49 years. They resided at 614 West Main Street, Lead, South Dakota for nearly 65 years. He retired from the Homestake Mining Company in 1932.

They had three children: Mary (born 13 June 1892 - she married P.L. Harms of Minneapolis, Minn.), Robert Nicholas (born 16 June 1884, Lead, SD), and Irene (born 30 August 1898, Lead, SD, - she married George C. Fehliman).

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