Person:Charles Hyde (10)

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Charles James Hyde
b.27 Dec 1871 Quebec, Canada
m. ABT 1860
  1. Thomas Henry Hyde - 1870
  2. Alice Hyde1862 -
  3. Mary Ann Hyde1863 -
  4. Catherine Hyde1866 -
  5. William John Hyde1869 -
  6. Charles James Hyde1871 - 1928
  7. Thomas Henry Hyde1875 - 1875
  • HCharles James Hyde1871 - 1928
  • WMary Rinke1877 - 1952
m. 11 MAR 1904
  1. Henry Joseph Hyde1905 - 1948
  2. Clara HydeABT 1907 - ABT 1917
  3. Irma Hyde1908 - 1999
  4. Anna HydeABT 1909 - ABT 1909
  5. Charles HydeABT 1909 - BET 1910 AND 1920
  6. Loretta Hyde1911 - 1985
  7. Mercedes Frances Hyde1917 - 1994
Facts and Events
Name[1] Charles James Hyde
Gender Male
Census[12] 1871 Quebec, Canada
Birth[2][3][4][5][10] 27 Dec 1871 Quebec, CanadaParoisse St Patrice
Christening[10] 14 Jan 1872 Quebec, CanadaParoisse St Patric
Census[8] 1900 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Marriage 11 MAR 1904 Detroit, Wayne, Michiganto Mary Rinke
Occupation[2] 1905 Cadillac Motor Car Co
Occupation[4] 1910 a Tinsmith at a car company
Census 1910 Hamtramck, Wayne, Michigan, United StatesHamtramck Township,
with Mary Rinke
Occupation[9] 1920 an Electrician at an Auto Tire company
Census 1920 Detroit, Wayne, Michiganwith Mary Rinke
Death[6][7] 1928 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan

CHARLES HYDE was born in 27 Dec 1871 at Quebec, Canada. He immigrated from Canada in 1874. Charles states on his 1900 census record that he entered the country in 1874, presumably with his family since he was 2 years old. He was naturalized in 1892, when he turned 21.

He appeared on the census of 1900 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. Charles was in the Navy. He was a Gunners mate 2nd Class on the USS_Kearsarge (BB-5)

He married MARY RINKE, daughter of CARL (CHARLES) RINKE and HELENA BRANT, on 11 Mar 1904 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, at the age of 32. The 1910 census states they had been married for six years. Charles and Mary had seven children, with son Henry and daughters Irma, Loretta, and Mercedes surviving childhood. Twins Anna and Charles died at birth. Daughter Clara died at age ten.S1 He worked at Cadillac Motor Car Co in 1905.

He and MARY RINKE appeared on the census of 1910 at Hamtramck Township, Hamtramck Village, Wayne County, Michigan. He was a Tinsmith at a car company in 1910. He and MARY RINKE appeared on the census of 1920 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. He was an Electrician at an Auto Tire company in 1920.

He died in 1928 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.

Census

Charles Hyde Census
Year Source Image
1871 1871 Canadian Federal Population Census: Quebec Centre, Quebec
1900 USS Kearsoige, US Naval Forces, Military and Naval Forces
1910 1910 US Federal Census: Hamtramck, Wayne County, Michigan
1920 1920 US Federal Census: Detroit Ward 17, Wayne County, Michigan
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References
  1. Loretta Hyde Strole. Loretta Hyde Strole Letter. (Letter, April 4, 1979), 1979, Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Henry Hyde Birth Certificate. (Birth Certificate), 1905, Primary quality.
  3. Henry Hyde Death Certificate. (Death Certificate), 1948, Primary quality.
  4. 4.0 4.1 1910 US Federal Census: Hamtramck, Wayne County, Michigan, 1910, Primary quality.
  5. Charles Hyde Mary Rinke Marriage Record. (Marriage Record), 1904, Primary quality.
    Marriage Certificate
  6. Hyde-Butt Marriage Data. (Lake County Circuit Court), 1937, Primary quality.
  7. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. LDS International Genealogical Index: Charles Hyde Mary Rinke IGI Records. (International Genealogical Index, Family History Library (Salt Lake City, Utah), Records submitted after 1991), Secondary quality.
  8. 1900 US Federal Census: USS Kearsoige, US Naval Forces, Military and Naval Forces, 1900, Primary quality.
  9. 1920 US Federal Census: Detroit Ward 17, Wayne County, Michigan, 1920, Primary quality.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 about James Charles Hyde, 1871, Primary quality.
    Marriage Certificate
  11.   Michael Barton. Michael Barton Research Report, Secondary quality.
  12. 1871 Canadian Federal Population Census: Quebec Centre, Quebec, Primary quality.