Hoffman, Charles A. 1865-1944
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer
Date: 12/10/2009 at 19:37:49
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
July 14, 1944
CHARLES HOFFMAN FORMER RESIDENT TAKEN BY DEATH
Charles A. Hoffman, 78-year-old farmer, died Wednesday morning in his home, 216 Paxton Street, Sioux City, following a heart attack. He had resided in Sioux City 25 years.
For many years he farmed in Plymouth County.
Mr. Hoffman was born in Fremont, Colo., August 20, 1865. Surviving are four sons, Elmer, Clarence and George, all of Sioux City; and Ray of Westfield.
Charles Hoffman, an old-time resident
of Milnerville, died in Sioux
City, Wednesday morning, July 12,
if after having suffered a heart attack.
He had been a Sioux City resident for
about twenty-five years, but was one
of the old-timers of this locality,
where he had farmed for many years.
He leaves four sons, Elmer, Clarence
and George, all of whom live in the
city, and Ray, who farms the old home
place adjoining the Cassen farm. The
funeral was held Saturday from a
Sioux City funeral home, and interment
made in the Adaville cemetery,
where other members of the family,
including his wife and oldest son,
John, Milnerville's only first world
war casualty, are also buried.
Akron Register Tribune
Thursday, July 20, 1944
FAMILY NOTE: His wife's maiden name was Heeren.
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