1894 - 1977
||1 Aug 1894
||Jackson County, West Virginia, USA
|World War I
||He was in World War I and was overseas. A Pvt. Co. G 358 Inf. Inducted in May 27, 1918 sent to Camp Lee, VA. AEF June 27, 1918 to June 3 1919 (Battle: Meuse-Angonne); Mustered out Camp Shermon,On June 15, 1919 Born Jackson Co. |
(from Roster of World War I Jackson County servicemen page 12 compiled by Delmer R. Hite)
||20 Jul 1977
||Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia, USA
||Foster Chapel Cemetery, Jackson, West Virginia, USA
||WV Route 87 Family Tree
||22 Oct 2008 19:26:43 |
||John W. Hoschar, b. Feb 1867, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA |
||Martha Ardline Rhodes, b. 26 Apr 1867, Mason County, West Virginia, USA |
- CHARLES HOSCHAR
Charles A. Hoschar, 82 of 517 13 1/2 St. Parkersburg died.
Funeral services were held Friday at the Franklin & Son Memorial Ch ap el in Parkersburg For Charles A. Hoschar 82, of Parkersburg who di ed at t he Dailey Nursing Home Wednesday. Burial was in the Foster Chap el Cemeter y, Evans, WV.
He was born in Jackson County, a son of the late John W. and Martha Rh od es Hoschar. He was an employed of the U.S. Quarry tile Co. He w as an ar my veteran of World War I.
He is survived by three brothers, William, of Mineral Wells, Obe of Lub ec k, and Phillip, of Walker; three sisters, Mrs. Flora Casto and Mr s. El la Louella Stewart of Evans, and Mrs. Iva Smith, of Parkersburg.
He is preceded in death by two sisters.
Burial will be in the Foster Chapel Cemetery, Evans, WV.
Charles Andrew Hoschar
Birth Date: 1 Aug 1894
Residence: Jackson, West Virginia
Birth: Rockcastle, West Virginia