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Lupke Family, Michigan and New York

Lupke Family, Michigan and New York

Posted: 8 May 2000 6:12PM GMT
Edited: 1 Nov 2001 6:27AM GMT
looking for information on Augusta Lupke, who may be from SE Michigan-thumb area, or around Buffalo, NEw York. Married William Tank and had thirteen children. Only know the names of six-John, Lao, Herman, Henry, Carrie and Ed. John was born in 1888, don't know his position in the family, but Augusta would be born maybe 1860-early 1870's?? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!

Lupke-Tank

Lisa (View posts)
Posted: 9 Sep 2000 8:43PM GMT
Does the name Shirley mean anything to you?
Other Lupke's Emma, Clara, Louise and Paul. New York area.

lupke-tank

Posted: 10 Sep 2000 1:13PM GMT
Edited: 1 Nov 2001 6:27AM GMT
Those aren't familiar, but Augusta was married to William Tank, my ggf in mich. if that helps..

lupke-tank

Posted: 10 Sep 2000 1:16PM GMT
Edited: 1 Nov 2001 6:27AM GMT
addendum, I believe they were married in New York, but I don't have any references to where, possibly Port Austin???If you can make NY connections, I may be able to help further, would certainly like to get more on this branch

Lupke-Tank

Lisa (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 2000 2:15PM GMT
I do not believe there is a connection. It is odd that there are Lupke-Tanks from the same area. I will let you know if I find anything new.
Thank you!
Lisa

Auguste Lupke

Anne (View posts)
Posted: 6 Feb 2001 7:11AM GMT
I am family of Auguste Hermine Henriette Lupke, who had a child that she could'nt keep, named Margaretha Dorothea Emma Lupke, born at Hannover 19/4/1892. Are we family of the same Augusta Lupke?
Posted: 6 Feb 2001 5:04PM GMT
Edited: 1 Nov 2001 6:27AM GMT
It's quite possible..My maternal grandmother was Anna Fahner, whose mother was Augusta Lupke...She had two daughters, Rose and Dorothy, and several brothers and sisters..Caroline, Herman, Leo...they all lived in southern Michigan, but I believe the Lupkes came to Michigan via New York from Germany...My grandmother was Lutheran, and used a german missal that had belonged to her mother...
Posted: 6 Feb 2001 5:05PM GMT
Edited: 1 Nov 2001 6:27AM GMT
It's quite possible..My maternal grandmother was Anna Fahner, whose mother was Augusta Lupke...She had two daughters, Rose and Dorothy, and several brothers and sisters..Caroline, Herman, Leo...they all lived in southern Michigan, but I believe the Lupkes came to Michigan via New York from Germany...My grandmother was Lutheran, and used a german missal that had belonged to her mother...

Lupke's

Posted: 23 Feb 2001 11:07AM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 1:46AM GMT
My great grandfather ,Fredrick Lupke and his brother Bernard Henry Lupke
came to the USA from Hanover Germany in 1878 the left a sister and a brother thaT
i know of in Germany. They stopped in Minnesota for a short time before settling
in Colorado in the 1880. My great grandmother Agusta Langkamp also of Hanover came to Usa in 1888 to marry Fred. She had relative in Cincinnati also. We could all be related.

Auguste Hermine Henriette Lupke

Anne (View posts)
Posted: 4 Mar 2001 2:32AM GMT
Dear Sam
Maybe was Auguste Hermine Henriette Lupke a sister of Fredrick Lupke and Bernard Henry Lupke.
Auguste Lupke was the mother of my grandmother - Margaretha Dorothea Emma Lupke. Auguste had a relation with Franz Schulz. This was vorbidden. So Margaretha went to an orphan-house in Belgium.
We don't know very much of our family in Germany. Any information is welcome. Thanks.
Anne.
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