Randolph  County,  Indiana
Obituaries



The South Bend Tribune
Tuesday May 31, 1966
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Hobbick Dies At Age
101 In Florida
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          Centenarian William Henry Hobbick of 225 N. Kay St., West Palm Beach, Fla., a resident of South Bend until 1947, died at 9:50 a.m. Monday in West Palm Beach.
          Mr. Hobbick, 101, ill for the last two years, had been active until that time in the Lakeworth (Fla.) Shuffleboard Club.  A retired candy maker and fruit merchant, he was a life member of South Bend Lodge 294.  Born on Aug. 17, 1864 in Winchester, Ind., he came to South Bend as a boy.  On May 27, 1893 in South Bend, he married Hettie Smith, who died in 1946. He is survived by a son William D., of Fort Launderdale, a grandson and a great-granddaughter.  The body will be brought to the Weisheimer Funderal Home.
Contributed by Paula Hobbick


The Rocky Mountain News
Denver, Colorado
March 9, 1945
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          Benjamin F. Hobbick, retired Denver livestock commission man, died yesterday in Colorado General Hospital after an illness of five months.  He was 81.  Mr. Hobbick, whose home was at 1612 E. 14th Ave., for many years headed the B.F. Hobbick & Son Livestock Commission Co. in Denver.
          He was born in Winchester, Ind., Jan 30, 1862.  Before coming to Denver in 1919, he operated a livestock commission firm in Omaha, and later raised cattle on a ranch in Nebraska.  Mr. Hobbick, who retired 10 years ago, was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Modern Woodsmen of the World. 
          Funeral services will be at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the Olinger Mortuary, Speer Blvd.  Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery. 
          Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Emma E. (Ryerson)  Hobbick, a daughter Mrs. Ruby B. Wilson, Denver, a son, Harry L. Hobbick, Denver, four grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.
Note:  Listed in the Denver Post the same day it lists the following;  Husband of Emma E. Hobbick, father of Ruby B. Wilson and Harry L. Hobbick and grandfather of Kenneth G. Baker.
Contributed by Paula Hobbick


A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1894
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        HOBBICK, Mary Shirley, b. New Lebanon, Pa. Aug. 21, 1815-died on W. Franklin St. Winchester Dec. 12, 1894 ae 79y 9m 20d. Married Samuel Spitler in 1849 he d. in 1864 leaving her with 3 step children, m. 2nd Christian Hobbick July 1866, he d. 1868, leaving her a widow with 8 step-children. She was a mem. of the German Evangelical Church. Bur Fountain Pk. Cem. (long article). His son Lewis died in 1892.
A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1894
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        HOBBICK, Arabell, d. May 11, 1894 (no ae given) d/o Thomas Clark. She m. Henry Hobbick Jan. 6, 1867. Surv. are relatives and friends. Bur. Ridgeville, Reitenour. Cem.
A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1894
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        HOBBICK, Helen Frances, b. June 25. 1893 at Alexandria, Ind d/o Hosea and Mary V. Hobbick, d. Jan. 8,1894 ae 6m. Fun. at Winch. M.E.Church bur. F.P. Cem.
A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1892
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        HOBBICK, Lewis, b. May 13.1840 in R.C. Ind. d. July 29,1892 W. of Winch. ae 52y 2m 6d. He m. Mary Honour Feb. 6, 1863. They had 3 sons and 2 dts 1 dec'd. Katie d. a few months before him. He had Consumptlon of the stomach and bowel. The s/o Christian Hobblck. Both parents b. in Germany. Surv. are the widow, 3 sons and 1 dt, 4 sis, 4 grch and hls step-mother. Bur. at Fountain Pk Cem. Wf died Mar. 8,1892 ae 88yrs of Senile Dementia.
A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1891
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        HOBBICK, Catherlne (Kattie), d/o Lewis and Mary (Honour) b. Ind.-d. Oct. 21, 1891 of T.B. and malarial fever age 21y 2m 6d. She was b. Aug. 15, 1870. Surv. are the father, mother, 3 bros and 2 sis. Bur Fountain Pk. Cem. (SEE OBIT Of LEWIS HOBBICK).
A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1885
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        HOBBICK, Laura Belle, d/o George & Eliz d 9/17/1885 ae 20y 2m 10d. Buried Reitenour Cem.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah


A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1885
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        HOBBICK, Dora L., w/o Fred & d/o Joel Pickett d 3/22/1885 born 4/24/1861. Bur Jericho Cem.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah


A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
1882
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        HOBBICK, Ulysses Grant, youngest s/o David & Sarah S. d 9/8/1882 ae 18y 7m 22d. Bur Fountain Pk.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah

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