CHRISTIAN HOBART was born in the town of Pompey, Onondaga county, N. Y., in 1826. His parents were Jacob and
Mary Hobart, who, in 1836, removed to Huron county, O., and remained there one year, going thence to this county,
locating first in Summerfield, and then in Vienna, in the town of Erie, and in 1844 purchased 80 acres in the town
of Whiteford, where they died. Of this family five children are now living. Christian was married in 1852 to Esther
Ann Dolby, a native of Detroit, a daughter of Robert and Mary Dolby, now of Whiteford; they have four children.
In 1871 Mr. Hobart was chosen to the office of magistrate in the town of Whiteford, but declined to qualify; was
elected again in 1875, and served, by re election, eight years. In 1883 was elected drain commissioner, and now
ho1ds that office; also held the office of town crerk four years, school inspector, etc., and is now a notary public
in and for the town of Whiteford.
History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.
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