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Joseph P. Anderlohr, Sr.  



1958 - Leaving Tomorrow to Visit Germany

    Joseph Anderlohr, proprietor of the Culver Greenhouse, will leave Thursday from Chicago by German plane, Lufthansa, for Frankfurt, Germany larriving there at 7:10 p.m. Friday.


    Mr. Anderlohr will spend a month visiting his sister, Mrs. joseph Beetz, and other relatives whom he has not seen since he came to the United States 31 years ago.

    Mr. Anderlohr was born at Frankfort Germany and came to Mishawaka in 1937 where he was a chef at a Mishawaka Hotel for two years. He then purchased a grocery store at 535 West 4th Sreet which he operated until five years ago when he purchased the Culver Greehouse.

    During his visit in Germany, a family reunion will be held in his honor.


Mr. Joseph P. Anderlohr, Sr., 73, of 427 South Main Street, Culver, died at 9:30 a.m. Monday, December 3, 1973 at Plymouth's Parkview Hospital, following a brief illness.

Mr. Anderlohr was born April 14, 1900, in Germany, to Michael and Anna (Bippes) Anderlohr.

He came to the United States in 1929, and lived in Mishawaka for many years before coming to Culver in 1953.

He was a grocer in Mishawaka for 25 years, and operated the Anderlohr Florist shop in Culver until his retirement in 1961.

He was a member of St. mary of the Lake Catholic Church in Culver. He was also a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters, and the Culver Lions Club.

He was first married to Pauline Blum in 1923. She preceded him in death in 1952.

He then married Joyce B. McNees in 1953. She survives, along with a son, Joseph P. Anderlohr, Jr., Culver; one daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Loretta) Baillie, Marblehead, Massachusetts; one sister, Mrs. Elsie Beetz, Urtzburg, Germany; and six grandchildren.

Three brothers preceded him in death.

Services were held today, December 6th, at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church, Culver, with Rev. Joseph A. Lenk, pastor, officiating. Burial followed in the Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Mishawaka, where graveside services were held at 2:00 p.m.

The Bonine Funeral Home, Culver, war in charge of arrangements. The Rosary was recited at the funeral home at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday evening. - Dec 6,, 1973 Culver Citizen






Joseph P. Anderlohr, Sr., born April 14, 1900, in Germany died December 3, 1973 at Plymouth, Marshall Indiana Michael and Anna (Bippes) Anderlohr. Burial: Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Osceola St. Joseph County Indiana, He became a U. S. Citizen 8 May 1935

married 1st 1923 Pauline E Blum Birth: Sep. 19, 1901 in Germany Death: Nov. 1, 1952 Burial: Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Osceola St. Joseph County Indiana, she became a U. S. Citizen 7 May 1941
    Joseph P. Anderlohr,Jr/Friar Josef Anderlohr O.F.M b. 1939 Mishawaka, St Joseph, Indiana; of Cincinnati, Ohio

    Loretta Anderlohr Birth 9 October 1929 in Mishawaka, St Joseph, Indiana Death 9 July 2012 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Burial: Waterside Cemetery Marblehead Essex County Massachusetts married Joseph M Baillie Birth 26 May 1928 in Wisconsin Death 23 Feb 1999 in Marblehead, Massachusetts son of Joseph M.Baillie and Catherine M Mackin Burial: Waterside Cemetery Marblehead Essex County Massachusetts
      Swampscott — Loretta (Anderlohr) Baillie, age 82, wife of the late Joseph Baillie, Sr., of Swampscott, formerly of Marblehead, died at North Shore Medical Center, Salem, following a brief illness.

      Born in Mishawaka, Indiana, Mrs. Baillie was the daughter of German immigrants, the late Joseph and Pauline (Blum) Anderlohr. She attended local schools, and following her graduation from high school, Mrs. Baillie underwent nursing training. She then married her late husband and moved to South Bend, Indiana, where they began their family.

      A few years later, they moved to Marblehead in the early 1960’s, where they raised their children in a warm and loving home. A talented and creative woman, Mrs. Baillie had an artistic flair, which she shared with her children and grandchildren. Among her many talents she enjoyed gardening and crafts, including stained glass and ceramics, for which she had been awarded “Best in Show” at the Topsfield Fair.

      She was an active member of the Catholic Church, and was a devoted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

      Mrs. Baillie is survived by four children, Jon-eric Baillie, MD and his wife Joan of Boise, Idaho, Joe Baillie and his wife Nancy of Washington, DC, Kathleen Baillie of Salem, and Edward Baillie and his wife Michele of Marblehead; a brother Friar Josef Anderlohr O.F.M of Cincinnati, Ohio; five grandchildren Allison Sedwick, Traci Baillie Miller, Craig Baillie Jr., twins Laura Wong Dock and Paula Baillie Lewis; and five great grandchildren, Harry Miller, Charlie Miller, Alexander Lewis, Kainoa Wong Dock and Daylen Rae Baillie. Mrs. Baillie is predeceased by her husband, Joseph M. Baillie, and her son, Craig J. Baillie.

      ARRANGEMENTS: Her funeral will be held on Friday, July 13, 2012, at 9:15 AM from the Murphy Funeral Home, 85 Federal St. (corner of North St.), Salem, to be followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 AM at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, 85 Atlantic Ave, Marblehead, MA 01945. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours will be on Thursday from 4 to 8 PM. Interment will be in Waterside Cemetery, Marblehead. For online guest book or additional information please call 781-631-8885 or visit


married 2nd 1953 Joyce B. ( ?) McNees Birth: Feb. 25, 1906 Death: Jul. 13, 1982 - South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana Burial: Fairview Cemetery Mishawaka St. Joseph County Indiana she married 1st Earl Franklin McNees Birth: Aug. 29, 1899 (delayed birth certificate 29 Aug 1900 Bradley county Tennesse ) Death: Aug. 1, 1952 son of Marin Nathan McNees Mother: Callie Blake in 1918 he was residing in Rossville, Walker, Georgia Burial: Fairview Cemetery Mishawaka St. Joseph County Indiana In 1935 they lived in Chattanooga, Tennessee







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