Bethlehem Cemetery – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Our final stop on the 2012 post-Thanksgiving research fieldtrip to de-tangle the Luick/Lewick tangle.
The Bethlehem Cemetery on Jackson Road in Ann Arbor, Michigan, was a treasure trove of history.
John David Luick Sr.’s brother.
Jacob Heinrich Luick 1796 – 1860
We almost missed him. Chuck found him as we were headed to the car. The Grandfather of the Luick branch that moved to Iowa.
There are two “Luick” plots…
There are two brothers buried here: John David and Emanuel. There father was John David Luick Sr., who is buried in the Cemetery on Scio Church Rd..
The East Luick Plot
We found a few familiar names.
John David Luick 1838 – 1916
We presume his wife.
Catharine Luick 1845 – 1879
We are not sure about his mysterious woman. I am making the leap that she married to D.E. Beach and he died. She married Godfrey after Catharine died in 1879. I’m just guessing here. Since she died before Godfrey, I think it was nice he included D. E. Beach.
Bertha Luick 1874 – 1905
And if you turn around, you can see the
The West Luick Plot
Emanuel Luick 1844 – 1920
Clearly he was the “Father”
Clearly the “Mother”
Eleanor Luick 1849 -1917
Stuck in there was a son
Albert E. Luick 1878 – 1938
And their daughter
Melinda A. Luick 1880 – 1958