Mr Ignjac Hendeković was born in Vagovina, Čazme, Croatia around 1882.
He worked as a labourer and was married to Jalša, née Koscević, and had two daughters: Mara (b. 1905) and Kata (b. 1910).
He boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a third-class passenger, having purchased his ticket from the agent: Viktor Klaus-Wildi, Buchs for 299 Swiss francs. (ticket number 349243 which cost £7, 17s, 11d). He was destined for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and was travelling with Mathilda Peteranec Kramarić. The nature of their relationship is unknown.
Hendeković died in the sinking. His body was later recovered by the MacKay Bennett (#306) and buried at Mount Olivet Roman Catholic Cemetery on 10 May 1912.
NO. 306. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 30. - HAIR FAIR: LIGHT MUSTACHE.
CLOTHING - Blue coat; blue striped pants; no vest; white shirt with embroidered front; leather sandals; brown belt.
EFFECTS - One knife; purse with $ 12 in notes; small purse with 72 cents; two third class tickets; one, No. 349245 for Matilda Petram; the other No. 349243 for Toznai Hendokovic.
NAME - TOZNAI HEDOKOVIC
His widow Hendeković and two children (with father-in law Jozef Koscević in Vagovina) received £120 from the relief fund.