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3 February 1891 in Ackley, Iowa, United States to Oltman Uke Lupkes (1856-1942) and Hilke Modder (1867-1892) and died 10 September 1946 in Rushmore, Minnesota, United States of unspecified causes. He married Elsie Block (1893-1973) 24 September 1913 in Wheaton, Minnesota, United States. Ancestors are from Germany.Aielt Lupkes was born
|Offspring of Aielt Lupkes and Elsie Block (1893-1973)|
|Carl Albert Lupkes (1914-1983)||20 January 1914 Wheaton, Traverse County, Minnesota, United States||16 November 1983 Seattle, King County, Washington, United States|| Lucille Mildred Foster (1917-1999)|
|Bernice Katherine Lupkes (1920-1959)|
Aielt Lupkes (1891-1946) Funeral services were held Saturday Sept. 14. at the St. John Lutheran Church for Aielt Lupkes with Rev. E.C. Hallstein Officiating. Aielt Lupkes was born Feb. 3, 1891 at Ackley, Iowa to Mr. and Mrs. O.U. Lupkes. He came to Wheaton when he was 10 years old. In 1913 he was married to Elsie Block to which union was born two children, Bernice and Carl. Mr. Lupkes has been prominent in all organizations of the township, he was director of the Shipping Association and also a member of the Township Road Board. His death occured at 1:10 Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1946. He was preceeded in death by his mother in 1893 and by his father in 1942. Besides his wife and children, Bernice of Long Beach, Calif. and Carl and family of International Falls he leaves to mourn eleven brothers and sisters. Pallbearers were all nephews, Fred U. Lupkes, Melvern Siefert, Fred Lupkes, Albert Lupkes, Archie Barkhoff and Wayne Lupkes. Burial was at the German Lutheran Cemetery Wheaton, Minnesota.