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Passmore Williamson Hoopes
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Birth: Apr. 19, 1840
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Sep. 6, 1915
West Chester
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA

Passmore W. Hoopes
Birth: 19 APR 1840 in West Goshen Twp., Chester County, Pennsylvania
Death: 5 SEP 1915 in West Chester, Chester, Pennsylvania


Father: Lewis Pierce Hoopes b: 13 DEC 1811 in West Goshen Twp., Chester County, Pennsylvania
Mother: Mary J. Hickman b: 4 AUG 1816 in Thornbury Twp., Delaware/Chester County, Pennsylvania

Married: Anna Landis Jefferis b: 11 JUL 1850 in Unknown
Married: ABT 1870 in Unknown


Children
Mary Jefferis HOOPES b: 31 Aug 1870
Hannah Steel HOOPES b: 12 May 1872
Joseph Jefferis HOOPES b: 16 Jul 1874
Florence Hickman HOOPES b: 27 Sep 1877
Passmore Williamson HOOPES b: 11 Oct 1879
Reba Jefferis HOOPES b: 8 Dec 1883
Jean Strouse HOOPES b: 11 Sep 1886
Pierce HOOPES b: 10 Jan 1888 (or Jan. 10, 1889)



Message from fellow researcher:

Passmore W. Hoopes, Sr., was born April 19, 1840, in West Goshen Township, Chester County, Pa. He was a son of Lewis
P. and Mary H. Hoopes. He attended Pennsylvania State College and was a member of the class of 1862. He went to
Laurel to take charge of the farms of the late Hugh E. Steele, and later located on the old Scattergood farm, in East Bradford. Afterwards the family came to West Chester, where Mr. Hoopes became superintendent of Marshall Square, continuing in that position nearly 14 years, and retiring when he was unable to perform its duties. During the Civil War he enlisted in Company A., 1st Pennsylvania Reserves, and served on the staff of General McCall as guard, and also as provost guard at Fredericksburg. He was in the battles of Gaines Mill and Antietam, and was taken prisoner at Bethesda Church and served in Libby and Andersonville prisons for six months, until July 21, 1864. Fifty years after the war he and a former comrade, Sobescus Cromleigh, of Parkesburg, Pa., were sent by the United States Government to Andersonville as Chester County
guests of honor at ceremonies on the old scene of their former privations.

Source:
Wallace, John P. Genealogy of the Parke Family, Nine generations from Arthur and
Mary Parke, 1720-1920, Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center. Call #
31833014308461.

-Cindy K. Coffin

 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Lewis Pierce Hoopes (1811 - 1886)
  Mary J Hickman Hoopes (1816 - 1843)
 
 Spouse:
  Anna L. Jefferis Hoopes (1850 - 1913)
 
 Children:
  Hannah S. Hoopes (1872 - 1943)*
  Passmore W. Hoopes (1879 - 1969)*
  Pierce Hoopes (1889 - 1889)*
 
 Siblings:
  Benjamin Teevis Hoopes (1835 - 1894)*
  Anna Cheyney Hoopes Miller (1838 - 1903)*
  Passmore Williamson Hoopes (1840 - 1915)
  Mary J. Hoopes (1842 - 1877)*
  Pierce Hoopes (1842 - 1897)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Entry made from a listing created by West Chester University Sutdents
 
Burial:
Rosedale Friends Cemetery
West Chester
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Maintained by: Zoe Tom
Originally Created by: Dan Oh
Record added: Jan 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33356147
Passmore Williamson Hoopes
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- Cindy K. Coffin
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