Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh died of Parkinson's disease on 7 September 1954 in Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan. Her grave site is located in the Pine Lake Cemetery, West Bloomfield, Michigan. The Lindbergh's first family property is now the Charles Lindbergh House and Museum on the Charles A. Lindbergh State Park in Little Falls, Minnesota.
- Mother of famous aviator
- Charles Lindbergh
- Chemistry teacher
- Pine Lake Cemetery, West Bloomfield, Michigan, US
Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh Birth 29 May 1876 Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Death 7 Sep 1954 (aged 78) Grosse Pointe Park, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Burial Pine Lake Cemetery West Bloomfield, Oakland County, Michigan, USA Plot Section E, Lot 55, Space 2 Memorial ID 9347679 · View Source Suggest Edits Memorial Photos Flowers Memorials
In the fall of 1900, C.A. met Evangeline Lodge Land and the two were married in March 1901. The newlyweds settled in a new house along the Mississippi River southwest of Little Falls. On February 4, 1902, Evangeline gave birth to their only child, a son they named Charles Augustus Lindbergh.
Evangeline Lodge Land, mother of aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, is born in Detroit on May 26, 1876. She spends her youth practicing piano and attending Miss Liggett's private school. 1883: C.A. Lindbergh Graduates from Law School C.A. Lindbergh studies at the University of Michigan.
Evangeline Lodge Land (1876-1954) Graduate of the University of Michigan and Chemistry Teacher at Cass Technical School; Mother of Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-1974) the Aviator (b. May 29, 1876, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA - d.
- May 29, 1876
- West Bloomfield, Oakland, MI, United States
- Detroit, Wayne, MI, United States
Evangeline Lodge Land Birth 1850 New York, USA Death 1918 (aged 67–68) Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Burial Woodlawn Cemetery Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Plot Section 23, Lot 94, Space 2 Memorial ID 9348477 · View Source Suggest Edits Memorial Photos Flowers Memorials Region North America USA Michigan Wayne County Detroit
Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh (May 29, 1876 – September 7, 1954) is best known as the mother of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh. Raised in a highly educated family, her father dentist Charles H. Land pioneered porcelain and gold teeth crowns and her uncle John Christian Lodge (1862-1950) was the 51st, 54th, and 56th mayor of Detroit.