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HOLLOPETER, REV. ANDREW
Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinal, Wednesday, December 28, 1892 (Generation I in Indiana)
HOLLOPETER, W. C. (WILLIAM CURTIS)
Obituary of William C. Hollopeter as found in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Saturday morning, Nov. 8, 1913: (Generation II in Indiana)
Capt. W. C. Hollopeter, a resident of Cedar Creek township for the last 65 years and long prominent in G.A.R. circles of Allen county, died Thursday afternoon at his home near Leo at the age of 81 years. Death was due to complications and followed a prolonged illness. Capt. Hollopeter was one of the best known farmers of Allen county and during the civil war won much honor as captain of Company C, 88th Indiana volunteer infantry. He was a member of Lawton-Wayne post G.A.R. and of the Methodist Church of Leo. He was also a member of the Masonic lodge at Leo. His death is mourned by hundreds of friends.
Surviving besides the widow are 4 sons and 4 daughters:
Rev. C. M. Hollopeter of Monroeville
Rev. W.M. Hollopeter of Cambridge City
Prof. H.S. Hollopeter of Mason City, Iowa
Lloyd H. Hollopeter of Huntertown
Mrs. W. J. Carnahan and
Mrs. E. T. Carnahan of Auburn
Mrs. D. C. Rundles of Champaign, Ill
Mrs. J. B. Fitch of Huntertown
HOLLOPETER, MR. WESLEY
Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Wednesday, April 16, 1873 (Generation I in Indiana)
HOLLOPETER, MRS. J. W. (MARY ZIMMERMAN)
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Thursday morning, June 2, 1910 (wife of John Wesley)
Pioneer Woman dies at Leo. Mrs. J. W. Hollopeter passes away after 6 months illness. Had been a resident of Allen County since 1846 and was a member of the Methodist Eposcopal Church for 54 years. Mrs. J. W. Hollopeter, 76 years of age, a pioneer resident of Cedar Creek township, died at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at her home in Leo after 6 months illness of paralysis. Mrs. Hollopeter was born in Pennsylvania but came to Allen county when a girl 13 years of age. In 1852 she was united in marriage to Mr. Hollopeter and they settled on a farm near Cedarville. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. Doglas. Following Mr. Hollopeter's death 17 years ago, Mrs. Hollopeter remained on the farm until 7 years ago when she removed to Leo. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church for 54 years, and was always an untiring worker for the good of the church.
Surviving she leaves 8 children and 3 stepsons:
Mrs. Regina Myers of Great Bend, Kansas
Mrs. Virginia Sole, of Ossian, Ind
The Rev. B.F. Hollopeter of Wabash, Ind
C. L. Hollopeter of Wooster, Ohio
S. E. Hollopeter of Wakarusa, Ind
Luther Hollopeter of Toledo, Ohio
Clarence H. Hollopeter of Topeka, Ind
Levi H. Hollopeter of Harlan, IN
J. A. Hollopeter of Norwalk, Ohio
O. E. Hollopeter of Akron, Ohio
Hiram Hollopeter of Hicksville, Ohio
Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church at Leo, Ind., the Rev. Dickson officiating.
HOLLOPETER, MARY E. (MARY ELLEN STEVICK)
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Saturday morning, April 1, 1933 (WIFE OF ENOCH AND
Mrs. Mary E. Hollopeter, 85, of Leo, died Friday afternoon at 5:30 o’clock at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Mabel McCrory of Leo. Survivors include:
Bert and Lester Hollopeter of this city
Milton Hollopeter of Churubusco
George Hollopeter of Leo
Mrs. William Snyder of Huntertown
Mrs. McCrory of Leo
Mrs. Lavina McCrory of Three Rivers, Michigan
Mrs. Minna Hollopeter of Huntertown
HOLLOPETER, REV. C. E. (CHARLES E.)
Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinal, Wednesday, July 28, 1897 (Generation III)
(Son of Mathias)
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Friday, June 21, 1957 (Generation III in Indiana)
(Son of Enoch)
HOLLOPETER, LIDA (LIDA CAIN)
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Wednesday morning, November 16, 1938 (Wife of George)
Funeral Services for Mrs. Lida Hollopeter, 70, who died at 7 o'clock Tuesday morning at her home in Leo following a year's illness of carcinoma of the stomach, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Leo M.E. Church, Rev. J. F. Lutey officiating. Burial will be at the Leo cemetery. The body will be taken home this morning from Roscoe Walter's funeral home in Spencerville. The deceased was a member of the Leo. M.E. church and the Ladies' Aid society.
Survivors include the husband, George, and two brothers, H. C. Cain of Paulding, Ohio, and J. W. Cain of Parkin, Arkansas.
Burial Records of the Leo Cemetery, Leo, Cedar Creek Twp., Allen Co., IN
HOLLOPETER, GEORGE.................1869 - June 20, 1957...............Lydia
HOLLOPETER, MRS. ANGELINE (ANGELINE BISHOP)
Fort Wayne News Sentinel, February 27, 1933 (Wife of William H.)
Mrs. Angeline Hollopeter, aged 78, a pioneer resident of Cedar Creek Township, died Sunday night at 11 o'clock at her residence after an illness of two days. She was a member of the Leo Methodist Episcopal Church. Her husband, William Hollopeter, died 25 years ago.
Surviving are a daughter:
Mrs. Ermina Hollopeter
Mrs. Mae Neuhouser
Two great granddaughters:
Wanda and Marna Jo Newhouser
all of whom resided with the deceased near Cedarville,
Mrs. Catherine Meyers of Perry Township
HOLLOPETER, SUSAN (SUSAN MAY)
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Tuesday morning, June 16, 1936 (Wife of George W. d: 1928)
Susan Hollopeter, 85, died last night at her home near Cedarville, following a three weeks' illness. Death was caused by complications following an attack of gall stones. She was the widow of George W. Hollopeter, who died in 1928. She was a lifelong member of the Methodist Church.
Myrtle, who lives at home
Mrs. Stella Page, wife of Capt. Clarence Page of the Allen county infirmary
Mrs. Allie Metcalf of Huntington
Mrs. Venora Sible of Churubusco
Mrs. Estella Henry of Los Angeles
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock (CST) at the Cedarville church with Rev. Lutey of Leo M.E. Church officiating. Burial will be in the Leo Cemetery. Cemetery List at Old Leo Cemetery, Cedar Creek Township, Allen Co., IN
In group with Myrtle, Susan, George, Jerome
HOLLOPETER, GEORGE...............1848 - OCT. 19, 1928.......................Father
HOLLOPETER, SUSAN..................1850 - June 15, 1936.......................Mother
HOLLOPETER, JEROME...............1879 - 1888
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Sunday, September, 1945 (Dau. George & Susan)
Miss Myrtle Hollopeter, 70, died of cerebral hemorrhage at 2 p.m. Saturday at the home of a niece, Mrs. Gladys Warner, Leo. She was a member of the Leo Methodist church, the WSCS of the church and the GLC Club of Leo.
Mrs. Stella Page
Mrs. Allie Metcalf
Mrs. Venora Sible
HOLLOPETER, MARION S.
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Sunday morning, September 17, 1911 (Generation II)
(Son of Isaiah)
HOLLOPETER, JACOB C.
Fort Wayne News Sentinel, May 10, 1932 (Generation III in Indiana, son of Jacob)
HOLLOPETER, SARAH A. (SARAH AMANDA MAIN)
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Tuesday, December 10, 1946 (Wife of Jacob)
HOLLOPETER, BESSIE M.
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Saturday, October 25, 1969 (Dau. of Jacob and Sarah)
HOLLOPETER, MISS FRANCES
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Saturday, July 22, 1961 (Dau. Samuel and Emma)
HOLLOPETER, MRS. MAGGIE (MARGARET ELIZABETH BETZ)
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Thursday morning, February 22, 1906 (Wife of Clarence Hollopeter)
HOLLOPETER, AGNES MAE (wife of Earl Freeman Hollopeter)
Agnes Mae Hollopeter, 89, formerly of Churubusco, died Wednesday, July 13, 2005, in Grangeville, Idaho. Born September 7, 1915, in Allen County, she was the daughter of Oral and Myrtle (Hyndman) Gieseking. She was united in marriage on June 4, 1938, to Earl Freeman Hollopeter. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Pinellas Park, Florida, and was an elementary teacher for Churubusco and other Whitley County schools from 1930’s to 1969’s.
Survived by her daughter:
Earleen K. Michele of Irmo, S.C.
Dr. Wayne (and Alexia) Hollopeter of Grangeville, Idaho
John J. (and Hannah) Hollopeter of Columbia City
Six wonderful grandchildren
She was preceded in death by her husband, Earl
Sister, Hilda Guiff
Brothers, Lawrence and Clarence Gieseking
HOLLOPETER, STEPHEN L.
STEPHEN L. HOLLOPETER, 64, died Sunday, February 19, 2006, at Miller’s Merry Manor, Fort Wayne. Born in Fort Wayne, he was a Truck Driver with J & S Express for 10 years retiring in 1998. He was involved with Indiana Tractor Pullers Association.
Survived by sons:
WESLEY W. HOLLOPETER
SHANE L. HOLLOPETER, both of Fort Wayne
KIMBERLY K. HOLLOPETER, of Fort Wayne
TONYA J. HOLLOPETER, of Houston, Texas
KARI HOLLOPETER of Fort Wayne
ZACH M. HOLLOPETER
MATTHEW J. HOLLOPETER
ALEXANDER J. HOLLOPETER, all of Fort Wayne
KELLEN I. AMOS of Houston, Texas
MEGAN R. HOLLOPETER
CRYSTAL J. HOLLOPETER, both of Fort Wayne
JORDYN K. AMOS
TAYLOR D. AMOS, both of Houston, Texas