Iowa County

Enoch Hinrichs





Enoch Hinrichs Is Missing in Action

VENTURA – Bill Hinrichs received word Sunday from the war department that his brother, Enoch, is missing in action in North Africa.

Source: The Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, Tuesday, March 23, 1943, Page 4

Here and There

Ventura – Bill Hinrichs received word Friday that his brother, Enoch, formerly reported as missing in North Africa, is a prisoner of war.

Source: The Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, Monday, April 19, 1943, Page 10

Former Ventura Man Officially Declared
to Have Died in Service

Enoch Hinrichs, who has been listed as a prisoner of war from this county, was officially declared to have died on Feb. 15, 1944, according to a presumptive finding of death by the war department following the lapse of a year, since he was first reported missing, it was stated by his brother, Bill Hindrich (sic), now living at Clear Lake.

Hinrichs entered the service from Victor in Iowa county. The family formerly lived at Ventura.

Source: The Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa, Wednesday, November 14, 1945, Page 15