Person:William Hoback (1)

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William King Hoback
m. 10 Jan 1811
  1. Elizabeth Hoback1811 -
  2. Nancy Hoback1815 -
  3. William King Hoback1817 - 1876
  4. Martha Hoback1819 -
  5. Mary Ann Hoback1822 - 1859
  6. Robert Valentine Hoback1824 - 1864
  7. Michael Hoback1827 - 1915
  8. Louisa Hoback1829 -
  9. Bartholomew HobackAbt 1833 -
  10. Joel H. Hoback1835 -
m. 29 Sep 1839
  1. Herrick Hoback1841 - 1862
  2. Katherine (Catherine) Dotcas (Dorcas?) Hoback1844 - 1872
  3. Nancy Hoback1848 - 1916
  • HWilliam King Hoback1817 - 1876
  • WSarah Wiley1820 - 1873
  1. John W. HobackAbt 1852 -
  2. Robert HobackAbt 1854 -
  3. Sarah HobackAbt 1856 -
  4. Martha HobackAbt 1858 -
Facts and Events
Name William King Hoback
Gender Male
Birth[1] 28 Dec 1817 , Hardin, Kentucky, USA
Marriage 29 Sep 1839 , Lewis, Missouri, USAto Martha Esther Herrick
Census[7][8][19] 1850 Nineveh Twp., Johnson, Indiana
Census[9][20] 1860 Jerome, Howard, Indiana, USA
Other[10][21] Bet 30 Oct 1861 and 26 Oct 1863 Cassville, Howard, Indiana, USAMilitary
Other[11][22] Bet 25 Apr 1863 and 26 Oct 1863 Cassville, Howard, Indiana, USACaptain and Chaplain Military
Census[12][23] 1870 Clay Twp, Miami, Indiana
Other[13][24] 28 Nov 1871 Jerome, Howard, Indiana, USALecture Misc
Death[2][3] 19 Oct 1876 Cassville, Howard, Indiana, USA
Burial[4][5][17] Oct 1876 Cassville Cemetery, Cassville, Howard Co., Indiana
Other[6][18] Military
References
  1. Robert Markley. (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/).
  2. Robert Markley. (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/).
  3. US GenWeb
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmiami/cssvllecm.html.
  4. Robert Markley. (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/)
    Cassville Cemetary Record p.8 Tipton Co., Indiana History pp. 196-197 (FHL 977.2555 h2p vol. 1-2).
  5. US GenWeb
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmiami/cssvllecm.html.
  6. US GenWeb
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmiami/cssvllecm.html.
  7. Robert Markley. (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/)
    1850 US Census - Indiana Johnson Co., Nineveh Twp p. 139 (FHL #442934).
  8. 1850 U.S. Census Indiana, Johnson, Nineveh twp, p139
    1850 U.S. Census Indiana, Johnson, Nineveh twp, p139, 21 Oct 1850.
  9. 1860 U.S. Census Indiana, Howard, Jerome, p669 p151
    1860 U.S. Census Indiana, Howard, Jerome, p669 p151, 18 Jul 1860.
  10. website
    American Civil War Soldiers.
  11. George Hazzard. Hazzard's History of Henry County, Indiana, 1822-1906. (G. Hazzard, author and publisher)
    Page 390.
  12. 1870 United States Federal Census Indiana, Miami, Clay Twp, Miami post office, p.35 p.2
    1870 United States Federal Census Indiana, Miami, Clay Twp, Miami post office, p.35 p.2, 30 Jun 1870.
  13. Newspaper
    Kokomo Tribune, Kokomo, Indiana 28 Nov. 1871, Page 2, 28 Nov 1871.
  14.   GEDCOM file imported on 15 Sep 2002. Jody Gloor.
  15.   GEDCOM file imported on 4 Oct 2002. merge of jim chapman & jody gloor.
  16.   Robert Markley. (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/)
    History of Miami Co. Indiana p. 208 (FHL 977.284 h2s).
  17. HOBACK W. K., Capt. Co. H 57 Ind. Inf.
    HOBACK W. K., Dec. 28 1817-Oct. 19 1876, aged 59y. 9m. 16d. / ( W. K. was a minister ).
  18. According to his military marker in the Cassville Cemetery he was a Captain in Company H 57 Indiana Infantry.
  19. Laborer. His father inlaw was living with them.
  20. He was a Methodist Clergyman. J. Shockford another Methodist Clergyman was living with them.
  21. Name: William K Hoback ,
    Residence: Cassville, Indiana
    Enlistment Date: 30 October 1861
    Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
    Side Served: Union
    State Served: Indiana
    Unit Numbers: 609 609 609 609

    Service Record: Enlisted as a Captain on 30 October 1861
    Commission in Company H, 57th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 25 November 1861. Promoted to Full Chaplain on 20 February 1863 effective 25 April 1863. Commission in Company S, 57th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 20 February 1863. Resigned Company H, 57th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 20 March 1863. Resigned Company S, 57th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 26 October 1863.
  22. CAPTAIN AND CHAPLAIN
    William K Hoback, Cassville. Mustered in April 25, 1863 Resigned October 26, 1863
  23. He was a farmer, his estate $3200 personal $450.
  24. Kokomo Tribune, Kokomo, Indiana 28 Nov. 1871, Page 2
    Jerome Letter

    Two week since, Capt. Hoback Delivered two lectures at this place, subject for the first lecture "The Divine Authenticity of the Bible" Profane as well as sacred history was read and a chain of logical reasoning support by facts, made it plain to all *ave one or two. That the Bible is true, hence a revelation from God to us.

    The second lecture was "The Super Excellence of the Christian religion over all other forms of Religion." And if I am any judge in such matters it was a grand effort for truth, the fruit of which will be gathered many days hence.