Obit: Hopff, Fred (1830 - 1903)

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Surnames: Hopff

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 30 Apr 1903

Hopff, Fred (Oct 1830 - 25 Apr. 1903)

Fred Hopff, who was a city charge at the Clark Co. Poor Farm, died at that place on April 25th, 1903 and was buried Tuesday April 28th.

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 2-22-1900

Fred Hopf of the town of Colby, Wisconsin who was an inmate of the poor house, left that institution about five weeks ago thinking he could find a better location. After beating about for nearly a month he got back last week, satisfied that his care and keeping were better in Mr. Ebbe’s hands that in any others’ he could find.

----Sources: Marshfield Times, Marshfield, Wisconsin, Friday, September 04, 1903, Page 12

Unclaimed Letters.

The following letters remain uncalled for in the Marshfield post office up to and including Sept. 1, 1903.

Mrs. Margaret Anderson, E. L. Bradbury, Ana Backer, Louise Cannon (2), H, L. Coleman, Miss Celia DeMoss, Paul Sladofski, John Hadreas, Edith Harnay, Mrs. Mae Har vie, Miss Tillie Hintz, Ferd Hopf S. A. Martin, Mock Ninning, J. M Phillips, John A. Schmidt, Miss Loue Smith, P. E. Sewey, Mrs. T Stewart, Lieut. H. W. Scott, Her man Thorne, Miss Lena Volrdth Miss Mina Warriner, HughYates Persons calling for above wil please say "advertised."


Wisconsin Death Records

Fred Hopff
gender: Male
death place: County Farm, Clark, Wisconsin
age: 78
birthplace: Germany
race: White
marital status: Widowed
father's birthplace: Don't Know
mother's birthplace: Don't Know

1900 Federal Census, ED 34 York town, Clark, Wisconsin, pg. 11, family 207

Frederick Hopff, white, widowed, male
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany
immigration year: 1861

Household Members
head Christian Ebbe M 63(Aug 1837) Denmark
wife Mary Ebbe F 66 (Nov 1834) Denmark
adopted son George Ebbe M 6 (Jun 1894) Wisconsin
servant Mary Ziegler F 19 (Aug 1881) Wisconsin
servant Otto Garbisch M 25 (Jan 1875) Wisconsin
ward Eliza Riley F 24 (Feb 1876) Wisconsin
ward Eliza Robbins F 25 (Nov 1875) Wisconsin
ward Sophronia I. Cole F 36 (Aug 1864), married
ward Mary I. Nichols F 75 (Oct 1825) New York
ward Mary Sprickes F 95 (Mar 1805) Germany
ward Henrietta Fischler F 60 (Aug 1840) Germany
ward Frederick Hopff M 70 (Oct 1830) Germany
ward Ludevig Lindes M 51 (Jan 1849) Norway
ward Charles Kelson M 61 (Oct 1839) Norway
ward William Prince M 65 (Aug 1835) England
ward Olngnstein Eschwig M 75 (Jul 1825) Germany
ward Julius Campbell M 82 (Oct 1818) Vermont
ward Chris M (?) Germany, white, male, both parents b. Germany

Naturalization Petitions for U.S. District & Circuit Courts, Northern District of Illinois and Immigration and Naturalization Service District 9, 1840-1950

Fredrick Or Frederick Hopf
event: Naturalization
event place: Illinois
event date: 1872
birthplace: Germany



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