Cordelia (Hocker) Metsker, born ca 1851/52 in Hockersville, Dickinson township, Cumberland county, Pennsylvania, was the daughter of Johannes and Elizabeth (Henry) Hocker.
Amanda Maud Hocker, born 5 Jan 1849, Hockersville, Dickinson township, Cumberland county, Pennsylvania, died 27 Mar 1883, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania, daughter of Johannes and Elizabeth (Henry) Hocker.
Martha J. (___) Amanda Catherine (Hamilton) Hocker, daughter of William and Elizabeth Hamilton, wife of Josiah Hocker, was born circa 1840 and likely died in Lincoln, Nebraska.
A photo of my great-great grandmother Eliza Craig (Bonnington) Smith’s brother Alex.
A photo of Albert Curtin Hocker and sons, presumably after a day of hunting.
Photo of my great-great-great grandfather Christian Hoover.
John and Jacob Hocker, sons of Adam Hocker, disappeared from Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in the late 1830s. What happened to them? Where did they go? This article starts to examine the possibilities.
I am struggling to locate Adam and Mary (SINE) HOWDYSHELL and their sons, Adam, Jr., Daniel, Isaac, John W. and George Westfall(?) after the Civil War.
Isn’t it amazing how often family members disappear? Especially the farther back you go. Of course, they haven’t truly disappeared, you simply haven’t found the right records, assuming, of course, that they still exist. I’m seeking any information on Christopher Hocker (original spelling Hacker), born ca. 1776 at Erdenheim, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It is said he went to Ohio…
Research doesn’t always go smoothly. My great-great-great grandfather Christian Hoover has been giving me fits for some time. Here’s the deal…