(Note to myself: I don't know why I had made this blog so messy, I don't want to delete it, I guess I just keep on adding to the mess.)
I've recently visited a German anti-vivisectionists grave again. His tombstone is quite faded by now. I found a reference to his grave and tombstone inscription on someones site:
146 Grabmal für Martin Eduard Staudinger (1842-1910), Kämpfer gegen die Vivisektion, Gewann C 59. ( http://www.bomas.de/buecher/brauchitsch-frankfurt.htm )
A couple of years back a friend and I tried to do some research about Mr. Staudinger, and we therefore visited the citiy archives, but without any luck. He shares a family grave with his grandmother, I think her surname is Behrens, but I'm not 100%ly sure now.
the inscription on his tombstone says:
'Im unermüdlichen Kampfe gegen die Vivisektion und für die Rechte der Tiere' = In the untiresome fight against vivisection and for the rights of animals. A dog who holds up one of his front paws is beautifully carved into the stone.