Person:Charles Hipskind (1)

m. 27 May 1873
  1. Charles C. Hipskind1874 - 1946
  2. Sarah Elizabeth HIPSKIND1876 - 1930
  3. Thomas Adam Hipskind1878 - 1879
  4. Thomas Fred Hipskind1880 - 1969
  5. Mary Margaret "Marie" HIPSKIND1882 - 1966
  6. John Lawrence HIPSKIND1885 - 1975
  7. Josephine Barbara Hipskind1890 - 1973
  8. James Henry Hipskind1891 - 1975
m. 11 Sep 1895
  1. Ethelrita Elizabeth HIPSKIND1896 -
  2. Victor Paul HIPSKIND1898 - 1958
  3. J. Cletus HIPSKIND1904 - 1997
Facts and Events
Name Charles C. Hipskind
Gender Male
Birth[3] 17 Apr 1874 Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, United States
Christening? 10 May 1874 Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, United StatesSaint Bernard
Marriage 11 Sep 1895 Wabash, Wabash County, INto Emma Christina YENTES
Reference Number Emma Christina YENTES
Death[2][3] 15 Jan 1946 Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, United Statesage 71 - hit by a car and died from resulting injuries
Burial[2][3] 18 Jan 1946 Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Indiana, United StatesSec F, lot 74, sp 2
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  1.   Charles C Hipskind, in Weesner, Clarkson W. History of Wabash County, Indiana: a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests. (Chicago, Illinois: Lewis Publishing, 1914)

    ... Eight children have been born to this union, namely: Charles C., Sarah E., Thomas A., who died in infancy, Thomas F. Mary M., J. Lawrence, Josephine B. and James Henry. Thomas F., J. Lawrence and James Henry are partners with their father in the plumbing and heating business. ...

  2. 2.0 2.1 Charles C Hipskind, in Find A Grave.

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  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Charles C. Hipskind, in Wabash, Indiana, United States. Wabash Plain Dealer. (Wabash, Indiana)
    16 Jan 1946.

    Charles C. Hipskind, 71, Fort Wayne, former Wabash resident, died Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock in St. Joseph's hospital of pneumonia resulting from injuries received in a traffic accident on Dec. 8 when Mr. Hipskind was struck while attempting to cross at an intersection of Clinton and Jefferson streets, Fort Wayne. Mr. Hipskind suffered a fractured leg, shock and abrasions on the back of the head and arms. The car which struck him was driven by Geraldine Miller, Fort Wayne, who said Mr. Hipskind stepped from behind several parked cars. He was returning to his home in the Fort Wayne Athletic club from church services. Mr. Hipskind was a native of Wabash and lived here until about 24 years ago when he went to Canton, O., to reside. While living here he was a carpenter-contractor. He left Canton eight years ago for Fort Wayne where he joined his brothers in operation of the Athletic club. He was a member of the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception. The decedent was born April 17, 1874 to John and Savana [sic] (Fleck) Hipskind. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. F.A. Endress, Detroit, two sons, Victor P., Rochester, and J. Cletus, Fort Wayne, a foster daughter, Mrs. Victor Harig, Canton, two sisters, Mrs. F.E. Kester, Wabash, and Mrs. L.N. Nagelsen, Detroit, three brothers, T. Fred, J. Lawrence and J. Henry, all of Fort Wayne, and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday morning in the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Msgr. Thomas M. Conroy will officiate and the body will be brought #to Falls cemetery for burial.