| 1 Anna E. Frankenfield on: 11/13/1900|
- Archibald Stanley Olpp
- Lillian M. Olpp
- Merritt Olpp
- Henry Olpp
- Maurgerite E. Olpp
- John Edward Olpp
| Born:South Bethlehem|
Allentown Morning Call, Friday, August 22, 1930, page seven
John M Olpp
Suffering from the grippe and kidney trouble for a week or more, John N Ol pp, husband of Annie Frankenfield Olpp, succumb to the disease Thursday mo rning at 7:30 o?clock at the family home, 734 Cherokee St, Bethlehem, a ge 62 years, three months and 19 days. His friends were shocked to he ar of his demise.
Mr. Olpp was born in Bethlehem on May 2, 1868, a son of the late john a nd Marietta Steiner Olpp. He held membership at the First Moravian chur ch for many years. He started in the service of the old Bethlehem Iron co mpany, when he was 13 years of age in for 49 years continued as a faithf ul employee of the corporation, the last 35 years as a forger in the Lehi gh plant.
Mr. All was a member of the Lapawinzoe tribe, inc. Washington Camp, No. 3 10, POS of A, and the Bethlehem Steel Company Employees Relieve Ass n. He was united in marriage to Mrs. Annie Frankenfield, daughter of t he late Mr. And Mrs. Edwin Frankenfield, the later been buried seven wee ks ago.
There survive besides the widow, four sons, Archibald Stanley, John Edwar d, and Henry at home and Merritt J E of 2044 West Broad Street: two daught ers, Lillian A and Margaret Eleanor, at home: one brother, George Olp p, of Bethlehem: three step brothers, Stanley Olpp, of Jersey City: Dr Arc hibald Olpp of Union City and Russell Olpp, of Bethlehem, one sister, Mr s. Joseph Matz, of Bethlehem, and one step sister, Mrs. Albert Taylo r, of Bethlehem.