Charles Hickenlooper (1862) -- Biographical Sketch Taken from the Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia

Hickenlooper, Charles A., Bishop of the Pleasant View Ward, Weber Stake, Utah, was born Jan. 23, 1862, in Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of Bishop William H. Hickenlooper of the Sixth Ward. He was baptized when about eight years old; ordained a Deacon Dec. 22, 1877; ordained a Priest Dec. 19, 1879; removed with his mother to Pleasant View, Weber county, where he subsequently labored as a Ward teacher, Sunday school teacher, etc. He was ordained an Elder Dec. 9, 1883, by William Jones; married Medora Blanchard Dec. 13, 1883; labored for years as president of the Ward Y. M. M. I. A.; ordained a Seventy Jan. 27, 1884, by John Ellis; filled a mission to the Southern States in 1895–97; ordained a High Priest and set apart as second counselor to Bishop E. W. Wade July 19, 1897, by Lewis W. Shurtliff, and became Bishop of the Pleasant View Ward Feb. 24, 1901.