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I may be following the wrong Eckert lead. The woman I am interested in is a Louise Eckert. I know that she died before 1880. It is possible that she had a sister, Friederike Eckert, who married August Carl Friedrich Henschke in Berlin in July, 1863. It appears that August Carl died on 8 Aug 1878 in Berlin, and that Friederike Eckert Henschke immigrated to the USA with a niece, Margaretha Eckert in 1880. Margarethe is my great-grandmother and I have been trying to find her birthplace and parents. According to Margarethe's obituary, she was orphaned at an early age and came with her aunt to the USA as a juvenile actress. She said her mother's name was Louise Eckert and that she had a sister Elsie Eckert, who also came to the USA. Margarethe was born in Nov. 1863 and said she was from Berlin. I'm wondering if these girls were born out of wedlock. Would you be able to translate these documents to help in my quest.