Adam S. Hofstetter
b. 11 January 1875, d. 20 May 1946
- Father: Charles Frederick Hofstetter b. circa October 1838, d. May 1919
- Mother: Maria Eva Kerr b. August 1833, d. 5 October 1904
- Adam S. Hofstetter was born on 11 January 1875 in Baden.
- Charles Frederick Hofstetter and Maria Eva Kerr arrived in the Port of New York on 22 March 1880, accompanied by Adam S. Hofstetter from Rotterdam aboard the Steamship W. A. Scholten. Accompanying the family was Johann Hofstetter, age 19.
- Henry Hofstetter and Katherine Emrich appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1880 in Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky, at 116 Orchard Street. Other members of the household included Adam S. Hofstetter, Theresa Hofstetter, Mary Hofstetter, Anna Henrietta Hofstetter, Ferdinand Joseph Hofstetter, Charles Frederick Hofstetter and Maria Eva Kerr.
- He married Mary Ridder, daughter of Peter Ridder and Mary Moller, circa 1897.
- Adam S. Hofstetter and Mary Ridder appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky, at 927 Orchard living next to Adam's parents.. Other members of the household included Alma Hofstetter.
- He was a tailor, according to the 1900 census.
- Adam S. Hofstetter appeared in the US federal census of 15 April 1910 in Cote Brilliante, Campbell County, Kentucky, at Chesapeake Avenue. Other members of the household included Charles Frederick Hofstetter.
- He was employed as a tailor in a clothing company, according to the 1910 census.
- Adam S. Hofstetter became a widower at the 26 February 1919 death of his wife Mary Ridder.
- He officially witnessed the death of Mary Ridder on 26 February 1919 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky.
- He married Mary Achten, daughter of Herman Achten and Maria Boling, circa 1921.
- Adam S. Hofstetter died on 20 May 1946 at age 71 in Newport, Campbell County, Ohio, at 7 Ohio Avenue at his residence. . His death was officially witnessed by Mary Achten.
- He was interred at St. Stephen's Cemetery, Fort Thomas, Campbell County, Kentucky.
- Last Edited: 20 Jun 2010