Randolph County, Indiana
The Rochester Sentinel
Eli T. HOCHSTEDLER, son of Gabriel and Marie TROYER HOCHSTEDER, was born March 17, 1840, in Hudson county, Ohio, and died June 13, 1914, age 74 years, 2 months and 26 days. In 1854 he moved to Howard county, Indiana. On August 9, 1863, he was married to Emaline LANTZ, who died September 9, 1878. To this union were born five children, one of whom, William Grant [HOCHSTEDLER], died in infancy. Mr. Hochstedler afterward married
Monday June 15, 1914
Mary A. FAVORITE at Winchester, Ind., who survives him. Besides the sorrowing wife, the following children remain to mourn with her the loss of their father: Mrs. Alford VAWTER, Rochester, Indiana; Mrs. Bert ARMSTRONG, Paradis, La.; Mrs. Phil MOSHER, Owen, Wis.; Salem E. HOCHSTEDLER, Spring Valley, Ill., Mrs. Ed VAWTER, Rochester, Ind.; Hermie E. HOCHSTEDLER, South Bend, Ind.; and two step-sons, Frank HOBBICK, Minatare, Neb., and William HOBBICK, South Bend, Ind. One brother, G. G HOCHSTEDLER, of Westfield, Ind., remains the last surviving member of his family.
The following people attended the funeral of E. T. HOCHSTEDLER today: Rev. METZNER of Elkhart, Rev. SPANGLER of Peru, Rev. RILLER of Decatur, Rev. Jesse HOCHSTEDLER of Boston, Rev. McNARA and wife of Remington, Ind., S. E. HOCHSTEDLER of Spring Valley, Ill., William HOBBICK and son of South Bend,Hermie HOCHSTEDLER and wife of Westfield, John BOLTZ of Indianapolis, Z. HOCHSTEDLER of Michigan City, Benjamin BOLTZ of Winchester, Harold BOLTZ of Dunkirk, Lionel KEELY, of Paradis, La.
Tuesday, June 16, 1914
Contributed by Paula Hobbick
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