William C. Hoebee1

M, #230, b. 1903, d. 17 May 1975
William C. Hoebee|b. 1903\nd. 17 May 1975|p230.htm|Christiaan Hoebee|b. 1878||Trijntje Oud|b. 1875||Wilhelmus Hoebee|||Veronica Link|||||||||
FatherChristiaan Hoebee2 b. 1878
MotherTrijntje Oud2 b. 1875
     William C. Hoebee was born in 1903 in Netherlands.1 He married Mary Hoebee.1 William C. Hoebee died on 17 May 1975 in Ridgewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, (Valley Hospital).1 He was buried in Mahwah (Maryrest Cemetery).1
     William C. Hoebee immigrated with Catharina Hoebee on the Noordam, from Rotterdam, arriving in New York on 28 Aug 1911 with two children: William C. (9) and Ijsbrand (7). She was going to her husband Christiaan Hoebee at 11 North 8th Street (Ashley Heights) in 11 North 8th Street (Ashley Heights), Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey. Her contact in Holland is her father G. Oud, op Ameland. Last residence is Utrecht.2 William C. Hoebee was a dye maker for a bleachery.3

His obituary appeared on 19 May 1975 in the Bergen Record
William C. Hoebee, 72, of 675 Ramapo Valley Road, died Saturday in Valley Hospital. He was born in Holland and lived the past 16 yrs in Mahwah. He was a semiretired superintendent of the Immaculate Conception Seminary in Mahwah. Surviving, besides his wife, are two brothers: Osborne of Wyckoff, and Frank of New Smyrna, FL. Mass will be Wednesday at the Immaculate Conception Seminary's Christ the King Chapel. Burial will be in Maryrest Cemetery, Mahwah.1

1920 Fed. census: Household of Ralph Hoebee, Orchard Street (#24), Franklin Township, Bergen County, New Jersey. Household consists of Ralph, his wife Josephine and seven children: William (17), Mary (16), Anne (10), Ralph (5), all born in Holland, Katherine (4 + 9 mo), Cornelia (10 mo), and Josephine (2 + 3 mo).3


  1. [S9] Record, May 19, 1975.
  2. [S2] Ellis Island, Noordam, 28 Aug 1911. pg 626-627, line 12-14.
  3. [S7] 1920 Federal Census, Ralph Hoebee, 24 Feb 1920. T625 Roll: 1017 Page: 204, ED 35.