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son of unknown
Born: 3 March 1806 Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany
Died: 18 July 1880 Spencer Co., In
Burial: Zoar Cemetery, Spencer Co., IN
Married: circa 1842 Probably in Ohio
    daughter of Kasper Staaf and unknown , both parents born in Germany.
    Born: 25 April 1826 Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany
    Died: 29 August 1903 Spencer Co., IN
    Burial: Zoar Cemetery, Spencer Co., IN


    1. George Hoch
    2. Christine Hoch
    3. Phillip Hoch + Elizabeth Dancy
    4. Elizabeth Hoch + William Hassel
    5. Frederick Hoch + Catherine A. Hasenmeyer
    6. John Hoch + Martha Patmore
    7. M. Wilhelmina Hoch + Louis Freshley
    8. Henry Hoch + Anna E. Hermes

Year: 1850; Census Place: Bloom, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: M432_727; Page: 159B; Image: 195. Indexed as Hache.

Year: 1860; Census Place: Ohio, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: M653_297; Page: 241; Image: 241; Family History Library Film: 803297. Indexed as Hogh.

Year: 1870; Census Place: Grass, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: M593_358; Page: 430A; Image: 89; Family History Library Film: 545857. Indexed as Hock.

Year: 1880; Census Place: Grass, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: 312; Family History Film: 1254312; Page: 186B; Enumeration District: 051; Image: 0137. Indexed as Hogh.

Year: 1900; Census Place: Hammond, Spencer, Indiana; Roll: 403; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 62; FHL microfilm: 1240403. Marey Hoch is living in the home of her son Philip. Marey is listed as immigrating in 1840 and living here 60 years.

Obituaries for Johann and Mary Hoch.
Mary J. Staaf Hoch's obituary states she came to this country in 1839 with her family. However, in the 1900 census she gives lists 1840. In records I have found concerning Mary J. Stauf's maiden name there are several spellings given. The Hoch name is spelled differently in many records. I have indicated how it is indexed for each census.


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