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Elizabeth Krupp, mid 1800's
Posted by: Maureen Teachman Date: October 21, 2000 at 06:30:33
In Reply to: Elizabeth Krupp, mid 1800's by JTF of 115

This may be a stretch, but could your Krupp's be buried in NY. The following is posted on the Stork surname web site and is everything I know about this line

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In researching my Harding Houston connection, I found a grave in St. John's Cemetery, Queens, NY. The original owner is J. G. Krupp
Buried here are:
Joseph A. Stork, Sr. 6/1/1891-2/5/1971
Katherine I. Stork 6/23/1891-4/8/1989
Vincent F. Stork 9/16/1915-2/11/1969
Reihard P. Stork 1919-2/4/1920

Also buried here is the following
Anna Krupp 1850-1832
Jacob A. Krupp 1851-1924
Mary A. Harding 1868-1/12/1916
Katherine Heller 1890-10/21/1918
Ernest Wessels 7/18/1921-7/18/1921
Jacob George Krupp 1851-10/14/1924
Katherine Gerber 1864-2/15/1926
Anna Krupp 1850-3/2/1932
Ernest C. Krupp 1884-3/16/1961
Marie E. Krupp 1881-12/16/1957
married to
Francis X.(Frank)Krupp 6/13/1881-11/10/1966

Does this fit in with any of your family information?

Maureen Teachman


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