AUTHOR REVEALS IDENTITY OF THIRD SOURCE FOR KRUPP DYNASTY BOOK
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 1, 2010. Freehold Township, New Jersey. Eighty-six year-old Lakehurst, New Jersey resident Caroline Marchuck was identified by author David Stroebel as the third and final source who dropped the biggest bombshell on him while researching his family tree in September, 2008 that was given new life in the upcoming book, The Cannon King's Daughter: the True, Untold Story of Engelbertha Krupp due out in late October, 2010. Marchuck told the author that their great-grandfather, John Stroebele had married Engelbertha Krupp after the two met at the Krupp Estate in Essen, Germany.
Marchuck is the granddaughter of the late Adolph Theodore Stroebele (1879-1955) of Secaucus, New Jersey and great-granddaughter of Engelbertha Krupp. It initially was Theodore J. Beebe, Sr. of Albany, New York who provided the author with revelations that John and Engelbertha Stroebele worked for German Emperor Wilhelm I as a bootblack, a faceless scandal in the Stroebele family, as well as an omnipresence of a very large sum of money being spent in Albany by Engelbertha's son, John Stroebele, Jr. Charles M. Stroebele provided stories from his childhood that supported Beebe's revelations of a large trail of money transported to the US from the Krupp family in Germany. Charles Stroebele also provided the author with crucial century-old photographs of Engelbertha Krupp with husband John Stroebele during the time the couple lived in Jersey City from 1882-1915.
Contact: David Stroebel