George Hocker, son of Martin and Christiana (Beinhauer) Hocker, was born 18 June 1806 in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He died 31 October 1886, likely in South Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Union Deposit Cemetery.
It’s Surname Saturday. This week I’m remembering my great great grandfather Albert Curtin Hocker.
Newspapers are a wonderful resource for finding not only the genealogical date, but the also the details that make a person’s life colorful. This week’s find is a marriage announcement for Trusten P. Drake and Alice Hocker of Leesburg, Florda.
This is the outer facade of the church in Russheim where my Hacker/Hocker ancestors most likely went to church.
Check out this image of the church in Russheim. This is where my Hacker ancestors would most likely have gone to church.
Isabella Aitken (Smith) Hocker with her son William “Bill” Hocker, Jr. and daughter Meriam “Mims” Hocker in the yard circa 1946.Bill and his family lived across the yard from his parents.
Judge William Adam Hocker obituary in The Evening Independent of St. Petersburg, Florida from July 20, 1918. “Judge Hocker Dies at Ocala Distinguished Jurist Spent Last Winter Here and Made Many Friends The many St. Petersburg friends of Judge William Hocker will regret to learn that he died last Wednesday. Judge Hocker spent last winter […]
Albert Curtin Hocker Sr., son of Levi and Anna (Frantz) Hocker, was born 9 September 1860 in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He died 24 July 1940 in Cumberland County and was buried 27 July 1940 in Paxtang Cemetery in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He was a farmer and a carpenter. He married Lillian Ainsley Leedy, […]
If you’re familiar with William O. Wingeard’s A German-American Hacker-Hocker Genealogy, you might have read the chapter on George Hocker (Frederick4, Johan Adam3, Christoph2, Stephen1). In it Bill freely admits that he had trouble continuing the family line from George and his wife Elizabeth. I’m not afraid to admit that he’s causing me some consternation, […]
It’s always great to find an photo or image of an ancestor or relative. This one was an unexpected find… and delight!