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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. John Henry Hoffacker: Birth: 28 JAN 1865. Death: 31 DEC 1949 in Lorraine, Baltimore, MD

  2. Esther Elennorah Hoffacker: Birth: 8 JUN 1866. Death: 16 MAY 1944 in New Freedom, PA

  3. Mary Alice Hoffacker: Birth: 19 AUG/SEP 1868. Death: 4 FEB 1953 in Lorraine, Baltimore, MD

  4. Joanna Elizabeth Hoffacker: Birth: 20 DEC 1869. Death: 14 SEP 1957 in Lorraine, Baltimore, MD

  5. William Michael Hoffacker: Birth: 21 NOV 1871. Death: 12 JAN 1957 in Lorraine, Baltimore, MD

  6. Sarah Catherine Hoffacker: Birth: 9 NOV 1873. Death: 3 SEP 1959 in Lorraine, Baltimore, MD

  7. George Franklin Hoffacker: Birth: 11 NOV 1875. Death: 12 FEB 1963 in Lorraine, Baltimore, MD

  8. Martin Luther Hoffacker: Birth: 2 AUG 1878. Death: 28 OCT 1969 in California

  9. Ira Cornelius Hoffacker: Birth: 2 NOV 1881. Death: 17 DEC 1964

  10. Unnamed Infant Hoffacker: Birth: DEC 1882. Death: 18 JAN 1883

  11. Stillborn Male Hoffacker: Death: JUL 1867

  12. Stillborn Female Hoffacker: Death: 1877


Sources
1. Source:   William F. Hoffacker & George W. Hoffacker Genealogy Charts pg 114 & 152
2. Source:   William F. Hoffacker & George W. Hoffacker Genealogy Charts pg 117
3. Source:   William F. Hoffacker & George W. Hoffacker Genealogy Charts pg 162

Notes
a. Note:   George Washington Hoffacker (b. 1/3/1840) had a farm on the Grave Run Road due east of Falls Road in the Manchester, Lineboro area, from 12/28/1861 until early in 1882. The farm was south of the road which went to St. Peter's Church. It was located in the corner of the Sixth District, Boarding Carroll County, MD, now above Beckleyville. (Atlas of 1877, Baltimore County, MD.) The farm was purchased from his father, Anton Henry Hoffacker (b. 12/21/1785) and mother Elizabeth Miller Hoffacker (b. 5/7/1797) on 12/28/1861 for the purchase price of $1040.00 (Re: deed dated 12/28/1861). The farm contained 104 acres. Note: In early times of Maryland (Anglo Saxon Era) Maryland was divided into "Hundreds", which means, an area containing 10 families, ten estates of 100 fighting men. Areas named such as East Hundred, West Hundred, Lower Hundred, Upper Hundred, and North Hundred, etc. Later areas were divided into Districts, then later counties. Ref. "Tide Water Times p. 78 - Vol 18 #11 April 1974" & "Atlas of Baltimore County, MD 1877 - History of Baltimore County, MD"


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