In 1880, he lived at 152 Quincy Street, while his Restaurant, Saloon and Billiard Hall was on Kansas Ave. After 1880, his businesses are no longer listed in the city directory. However in 1885 he is listed as being a resident of Kansas City Missouri. Then in 1887, he is listed as living at 314 Tyler Street in Topeka, after 1887 he is no longer heard from.
Mr. Poppendick was also a member of the Topeka Turnverein, as a flag bearer.
Authors Note. If any one has any information on Mr. Poppendcik I would like to hear about it.
His real name is Fredinand, also went by Fred and Frank Poppendick. was born in 1829, Prussia, died on June 27, 1914, in Chicago, Illinois, and brought back to Topeka for burial at the Topeka Cemetery on July 1, 1914. His wife Mary Ann Poppendick, died in Topeka? in 1886, she is buried in the Topeka Cemetery. They had children but not listed here, but they are recorded in the records at the cemetery..
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