1897 - 1987
||4 Oct 1897
||Jackson County, West Virginia, USA
||19 Sep 1987
||Saint Joseph's Hospital Parkersburg, WV
||Evergreen South Cemetery,Parkersburg, Wood Co., WV
||WV Route 87 Family Tree
||28 Nov 2007 09:46:28 |
||John W. Hoschar, b. Feb 1867, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA |
||Martha Ardline Rhodes, b. 26 Apr 1867, Mason County, West Virginia, USA |
||Lula Bell Casto, b. 7 Jul 1898, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA |
| ||1. Ernest Casto Hoschar, b. Aft 1917|
| ||2. Arnold William Hoschar, b. 28 Oct 1918, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA |
| ||3. Roy Hoschar, b. 2 Jul 1920, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA |
|>||4. Frances Margaret Hoschar, b. Jan 1922|
|>||5. Hazel Virginia Hoschar, b. 3 Mar 1925, Wood County, West Virginia, United States |
|>||6. Junior O. Hoschar, b. 31 Mar 1927, Wood County, West Virginia, United States |
| ||7. Violet Louise Hoschar, b. 30 Mar 1930, Wood County, West Virginia, United States |
||12 Jul 2010 23:04:14 |
- Long Hollow July 14, 1916 newspaper
Perry Livingston and William Hoschar have return from Akron. the boys said there was plenty of money in Akron, but no pretty girls.
WILLIAM B. HOSCHAR
William Benjamin Hoschar, 91 of Mineral Wells, died at St. Joseph's Hospital, Parkersburg, Sept. 19, 1987.
He was born in Jackson County, a son of the late John and Martha Rhodes Hoschar. He attended Big Tygart Baptist Church and was retired fr om US Quarry Tile Co. after 40 years of service.
His is survived by his former wife, Lula Casto Hoschar; three son s, Arnold W. Hoschar of Medina, J. O. Hoschar of Parkersburg, Earne st C. Hosch ar of Vienna; two daughters, Mrs. Burton (Margaret) Fugate of Franklin Ohio, Mrs. Monroe (Hazel) Morris of Mineral Wells, with wom he made his home; 14 grandchildren 17 great-grandchildren; one great-g reat-grandchild; o ne brother Phillip Hoschar of Walker; two sisters, Flora Barr Casto and Ivy Hoschar Smith, both of Parkersburg.
He was preceded in death by one son and one daughter, two brothers three sister, one grandson, Arnold Pifer II; and one great-grandson, Joe Lynn Hoschar.
Services will be 1 P.M. today (Wednesday) at the Leavitt Funeral Hom e, Parkersburg, with the Rev. Otis E. Waybright officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen North Cemetery.