Charles H. Hoopes is well and favorably known in Columbiana County as the assistant cashier of the Kensington
State Bank. He was born in Augusta Township, Carroll County, Ohio, Feb. 21, 1877, and is the son of William M.
and Eliza (Harrison) Hoopes.
William M. Hoopes, who lives retired at Kensington, engaged in general farming during his active career and met
After completing his schooling in the district schools and at Mt. Union College, Charles H. Hoopes spent 25 years
in the teaching profession. He served as district superintendent of the schools of Elkrun, Unity and Middleton
townships, in Columbiana County, and was serving in this capacity in January, 1919, when he resigned to accept
his present banking position. Mr. Hoopes had also been superintendent of the Salineville schools for three years
and superintendent of the New Waterford schools for four years.
On April 13, 1900, Mr. Hoopes was married to Miss Alice Long, the daughter of Martin H. and Sarah (Russell) Long,
of East Township, Carroll County, Ohio. To them were born five children: Irma, was graduated from Lisbon High School
in 1919 and from Mt. Union College in 1925; Edgar M., was graduated from Minerva High School in 1921, and in 1926
from Mt. Union College; Mary Alice, graduated 1926 from Minerva High School; Ruth, deceased, and Charles Robert,
born Jan. 11, 1926.
Mr. Hoopes and his family are members of the Christian Church and are representative of the finest citizenship
of Columbiana County. He is a Republican and a member of the Masonic Lodge.
Mr. Hoopes is a candidate for nomination on the Republican ticket for County Treasurer of Columbiana County in
the primaries of August, 1926.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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