Adaline Augusta Hotchkin

F, (January 1857 - 17 February 1867)
     Adaline Augusta Hotchkin was born in January 1857 at Caledonia, Livingston County, NY, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of George Nelson Hotchkin and Elizabeth Converse Bixby. Adaline Augusta Hotchkin died on 17 February 1867 at Titusville, Crawford County, PA, USA, at age 10.1 She was buried on 20 February 1867 at Mount Hope Cemetery, at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA. Sec L, Lot 68.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. [S220] Adeline Augusta Hotchkin Obituary, pg 3:7, Rochester Union Advertiser.
  2. [S163]

Adaline Frances Hotchkin

F, (October 1859 - 7 January 1933)
     Adaline was born at NY, USA, in October 1859. According to the 1860 census she was age 2/12 at the time of the census, but shown as age 10 at the 1870 census..1 She was the daughter of Augustus Hotchkin and Anna Hudson. Adaline Frances Hotchkin married John A. Garrison circa 1877 at Monroe County, NY, USA. Married 22 years at the 1900 census. Adaline Frances Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1930 at Greece, Monroe County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Garrison, Adeline, 70, widow, first married at age 19, born NY, parents born NY, retired; Joseph Maden, son-in-law, 59, married, first married at age 54, born NY, father born France, mother born England, shoe mfg; daughter Anna Maden, married, first married at age 45, born NY, parents born NY, not employed; Estell Garrison, sister-inlaw, 72, single, born NY, parents born NJ.. She died on 7 January 1933 at Hilton, Monroe County, NY, USA, at age 73.2 She was buried at Riverside Cemetery, at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA.

     The school records of Caledonia, NY say that she attended school during the winter term 1860-61.
Last Edited=6 Jun 2016

Children of Adaline Frances Hotchkin and John A. Garrison

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, p 651.
  2. [S1113] Death of Mrs Adeline Hotchkin Garrison, The Hilton Record.

Adaline P. Hotchkin1

F, (7 March 1864 - )
     Adaline P. Hotchkin was born on 7 March 1864 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Nathan G. Hotchkin and Orpha Jane Everts. Adaline P. Hotchkin married Irving T. Morton in 1891 at NY, USA.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2010

Child of Adaline P. Hotchkin and Irving T. Morton

Citations

  1. [S258] Tuttle Family Bible.

Adaline Rebecca Hotchkin1

F, (9 October 1811 - 12 May 1846)
Adaline Rebecca Hotchkin Van Housen
     Adaline was born at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA, on 9 October 1811. Cemetery records give a birth year of 1813.. She was the daughter of Beriah Hotchkin Jr. and Lucretia Watrous Daniels. She married John H. Van Housen at NY, USA, circa 1843. Adaline Rebecca Hotchkin died on 12 May 1846 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, at age 34. Cemetery records say 3 May at age 33.. She was buried at Prattsburgh Pioneer Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.

     Her tombstone gives her name as Adaline where other sources say Adeline.
Last Edited=6 Jun 2010

Child of Adaline Rebecca Hotchkin and John H. Van Housen

Citations

  1. [S13] Fred Q. Bowman, 10,000 Vital Records of Western New York 1809-1850.

Adam William Hotchkin

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     Adam William Hotchkin is the son of Aaron William Hotchkin and Camie Kay Chatfield.
Last Edited=28 Feb 2006

Addison R. Hotchkin

M, (11 July 1832 - 28 August 1907)
     Addison R. Hotchkin was born on 11 July 1832 at DeWitt, Onondaga County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of William Little Hotchkin and Hannah Gilbert. He married Susan Avis Wright at Syracuse, Onondaga County, NY, USA, on 2 October 1862.2 Addison R. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1870 at DeWitt, Onondaga County, NY. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Addison, age 37, 1832 b NY, farmer; wife Susan, age 28 1841, b NY; son William, age 7 1862, b NY; dau Emma K., age 4 1865, b NY; servant Sarah Wright, age 24.. He died on 28 August 1907 at Manlius, Onondaga County, NY, USA, at age 75.3

     The 1850 census finds him living with parents in DeWitt, Onondaga Co., NY and at the 1870 census of Onondaga Co., DeWitt he is with his wife and two children. At the 1900 census of DeWitt, Onondaga Co., NY he is living with his daughter Florence; no one else is in the household. At this census, his birth is given in 1834. The notes of Alice Louise Edwards has his name spelled with only one "d", Adison; however, all the other records use two "dd", Addison.
Last Edited=2 Feb 2008

Children of Addison R. Hotchkin and Susan Avis Wright

Citations

  1. [S229] Alice Edwards Harris Birthday Book.
  2. [S420] Hotchkin/ Wright Wedding, Syracuse Standard Journal, married by Rev M. E. Strieby, Susan is living in Pompoy, NY.
  3. [S59] New York Death Index, File #38270.

Adelaide M. Hotchkin

F, (17 April 1877 - 21 December 1907)
     Adelaide M. Hotchkin was born on 17 April 1877 at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, USA.1 She was the daughter of George Putnam Hotchkin and Mariah Mann. She married Frank W. Mason at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, on 19 February 1901.2,3,4 Adelaide M. Hotchkin died on 21 December 1907 at Brookline, Norfolk County, MA, USA, at age 30.5 She was buried at Walnut Hills Cemetery, at Brookline, Norfolk County, MA, USA.

     Adelaide was trained in music at the Boston Conservatory and sang beautifully.6,7
Last Edited=21 Sep 2014

Child of Adelaide M. Hotchkin and Frank W. Mason

Citations

  1. [S252] George P. Hotchkin Civil War Pension File #671466 & 1136817, gives her birth date.
  2. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 3131.
  3. [S829] Wedding Hotchkin - Mason, Waterville Times.
  4. [S1243] Marriage Adelaide M Hotchkin & Frank W. Mason, Rome Daily Sentinel.
  5. [S852] Obituary of Adelaide Hotchkin Mason, Waterville Times.
  6. [S786] Adelaide Hotchkin home from Music School, The Waterville Times.
  7. [S787] Adelaide Hotchkin Music Studies, The Waterville Times.

Agnes D. Hotchkin

F, (8 October 1854 - 15 August 1864)
     Agnes D. Hotchkin was born on 8 October 1854 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Joseph Beriah Hotchkin and Desiah Dunning. Agnes D. Hotchkin died on 15 August 1864 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, at age 9.1 She was buried at Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=4 Jan 2008

Citations

  1. [S249] 1864 Black Diphtheria Deaths.

Agnes L. Hotchkin1

F, (28 June 1826 - 13 April 1886)
     Agnes L. Hotchkin was born on 28 June 1826 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Beriah Hotchkin Jr. and Lucretia Watrous Daniels. She married James Knox Bouton at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, on 18 March 1851. Agnes L. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1880 at Troupsburg, Steuben County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Sarah Hotchkin, age 71 listed as Sister-in-law living with James Bouton and her sister Agnes. Last name given as Bowton and Agnes is listed as Agnus.. She died on 13 April 1886 at Troupsburg, Steuben County, NY, at age 59. She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, at Troupsburg, Steuben County, NY, USA.

     Brown says that much material on Agnes, her husband James Bouton, and their children is available from The Forbidden Trails Chapter of the DAR, Corning, NY in a paper called, Descendants of James K. Bouton and Agnes L. Hotchkin. He also says that the page containing information on the children is missing.2
Last Edited=3 Sep 2015

Children of Agnes L. Hotchkin and James Knox Bouton

Citations

  1. [S710] James Bouton, Descendants of John Bouton.
  2. [S10] Geoffrey Brown, John Hodgkin of Guilford Connecticut.

Agnes Mabel Hotchkin

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     Agnes Mabel Hotchkin is the daughter of Anthony Vaughn Hotchkin and Hilda Marion Roberts. Agnes Mabel Hotchkin married James Karl Hogbert on 18 June 1981 at Hennepin County, MN, USA. Agnes Mabel Hotchkin and James Karl Hogbert were divorced on 21 June 1983 at Hennepin County, MN.1 Agnes Mabel Hotchkin married Charles Warren Colgan Jr. on 21 June 1983 at Hennepin County, MN.2
Last Edited=14 Nov 2009

Family: Agnes Mabel Hotchkin and James Karl Hogbert

Child of Agnes Mabel Hotchkin and Charles Warren Colgan Jr.

Citations

  1. [S723] Minnesota Divorces 1970-1995.
  2. [S722] Minnesota Marriages 1849-2001.

Agnes Marie Hotchkin

F, (11 October 1903 - 15 September 1922)
     Agnes Marie Hotchkin was born on 11 October 1903 at Chicago Heights, Cook County, IL, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of Charles A. Hotchkin and Anna M. Blume. Agnes Marie Hotchkin died on 15 September 1922 at Rich Twp, Cook County, IL, USA, at age 18.1,2 She was buried at Saint Johns Lutheran Cemetery, at Country Club Hills, Cook County, IL, USA.
Last Edited=13 Jan 2014

Citations

  1. [S163]
  2. [S644] Illinois Death Index 1916 to 1950.

Alane L. Hotchkin

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     Alane L. Hotchkin is the daughter of David Malcolm Hotchkin and Agnes Schubert.
Last Edited=4 Jan 2010

Albert Hotchkin

M, (12 May 1904 - 8 May 1984)
     Albert Hotchkin was born on 12 May 1904 at Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, USA.1,2 He was the son of William Mead Hotchkin and Pearl May Grant. He married Thelma Jane Keator at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA, on 3 April 1928. They were married by Rev George Pritchard.3,4,5 Albert Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1930 at Neversink, Sullivan County, NY. The census lists the family as: Albert Hotchkin, 25 (1904), married at age 23, born NY, parents born NY, auto machinist; wife Thelma, 22 (1907), married at age 20, born NY, parents born NY.. He resided at Unadilla, Otsego County, NY, USA, in 1984. He died on 8 May 1984 at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, Otsego County, NY, USA, at age 79.6 He was buried at Evergreen Hill Cemetery, at Unadilla, Otsego County, NY, USA.7

     At the time of his death he had resided in Unadilla, NY for 41 years according to his obituary in the Oneonta Star. His wife survived him and in 1993 is living in Sidney, NY. Social Security Records confirm his birth and death dates and say that he received his social security card in Illinois and his death benefits were paid in Unadilla, Otsego Co., NY. Albert was retired from Bendix Corp. in Sidney, NY where he had been a machinist. He was a member of the International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers and was a Methodist.
Last Edited=6 Jan 2013

Citations

  1. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014, SS #347-05-3473.
  2. [S148] New York Birth Index, File 18243.
  3. [S94] Alfred Decker Keator, Three Centuries of the Keator Family, married by John E. Pritchard, MG.
  4. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 8735.
  5. [S770] 25th Ann Albert & Thelma Hotchkin, Birmingham Press.
  6. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.
  7. [S264] Shirley B. Goerlich, At rest in Unadilla, NY.

Albert Hotchkin

M, (18 January 1877 - 5 February 1953)
     Albert Hotchkin was born on 18 January 1877 at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA. Complete birth date given in WWI Draft Registration. His obituary says January 8 1877. He was the son of Lewis J. Hotchkin and Eleanor Holliday. He married Harriet Jane Caldwell at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, on 1 January 1896. Date comes from 1900 census. The 1930 census says that he was first married at age 16 which would be 1893. Called Harriet Caldwell on marriage license.. Albert Hotchkin married Jane Colwell. Albert Hotchkin registered for the World War I Draft on 12 September 1918 while living at Oil City, Venango County, PA, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "His name on the top of the form is Albert Hotchkin; however, he signed as Albert L. Hotchkin. He gives his age as 41, born 18 January 1877. He is a machinist helper for the Penn Railroad on Spruce St in Oil City. He lists his daughter Irene Hotchkin as his nearest relative.". He married Grace L. Colwell in 1922 at PA, USA. Marriage at age 32 according to the 1930 census.. Albert Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1930 at Oil City, Venango County, PA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Albert, Head of Family, age 53 (1877), first married at age 16, born in PA, both parents born in PA, works as a laborer in Lumber Co; wife Grace, age 40 (1889), born in PA, both parents born in PA, first married at age 32, not employed; son David, age 5 (1924), born in PA. Lodger William Caldwell, 53, widower, born in PA, parents born in PA, refinery worker; Lodger Richard Fleischman, 56 widower, born in MD, parents born in Germany, no occupation.
At the 1920 census, Albert's age was given as 37.. He died on 5 February 1953 at Oil City, Venango County, PA, USA, at age 76.1 He was buried at Greendale Cemetery, at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA.

     His obituary gives a third child; Mrs Irene Wood of Oil City, PA. She is not with the family at any of the Census. She and her brother David Hotchkin published a Thank You Note in the local newspaper on Tuesday February 10 1953 after their father Albert's death.
Last Edited=25 Feb 2015

Child of Albert Hotchkin and Harriet Jane Caldwell

Child of Albert Hotchkin and Jane Colwell

Child of Albert Hotchkin and Grace L. Colwell

Citations

  1. [S748] Deaths of 1953, Titusville Herald.

Albert Hotchkin

M, (1843 - )
     Albert Hotchkin was born in 1843 at Ireland. He appeared on the census of 1880 at Palos, Cook County, IL, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Albert, 37, IRE, laborer, both parents born in Ireland. Living in home of Perter Blesch, 37, farmer..
Last Edited=29 Apr 2009

Albert Augustus Hotchkin1

M, (10 January 1840 - 8 February 1909)
     Albert Augustus Hotchkin was born on 10 January 1840 at Caledonia, Livingston County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of Augustus Hotchkin and Adaline Nelson. Albert Augustus Hotchkin was a Private and Reconstruction Aide, andserved in Co 3, 13th NY Infantry, during the Civil War. He married Margaret A. Hughes at Scottsville, Monroe County, NY, USA, in 1863. They were married by Father Donahue..1 He resided at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA, in 1870. Albert Augustus Hotchkin was a Farmer circa 1880. He died on 8 February 1909 at Bath, Steuben County, NY, USA, at age 69.2 He was buried at Bath National Cemetery, at Bath, Steuben County, NY, USA. Sec 1, Row 24, Site 4.

     According to Albert's Civil War Pension file, he was wounded in the battle of Manassas on 30 August 1862. The wound was to the ring finger of the left hand, which left this hand with a shortened finger and a permanent disability. The doctor’s report says that the ball passed through the finger shortening the bone by one half inch and the tendons contracted so that the finger could not be straightened. He also served in the 12th PA Cavalry and was taken prisoner at Vicksburg. The Rochester Union Advertiser reports how he describes the horrors of the prison camp at Andersonville, GA. Albert's file says that he was 5 feet 3 inches tall, of dark complexion, hazel eyes and brown hair, and was born on 1 January 1840 in Caledonia, NY.
     John Lawless who lived with Albert at the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Bath, NY made a statement, dated 28 July 1902 that he had known Albert since 1864 and that they worked together in the house moving business in Rochester, NY from 1865 to 1870. He says that Albert was sober, industrious and a hard working citizen but was now totally disabled. Edward Butler in his statements says Albert was peaceable and hard working but was unable to earn his support by manual labor because of his blindness. Albert made a statement that he had a great toe amputated at the National Military Home in Dayton, Ohio during 1897 or 1898 due to an earlier accident while he was a teamster at the Milwaukee Soldiers Home, Milwaukee, WI. He spent most of his life between 1875 and 1900 in various Veterans Homes. Attached is a record of this Veteran care,
     On 31 May 1898, Albert answered an inquiry from the Department of the Interior about his family. He answered that he had married Margaret Hughes in the later part of 1863 at Scottsville, Monroe Co., NY. He believed that the marriage records would be with Father Donahue or at the Parish. He said that he had not been married previously and he had one child, a daughter, Elizabeth Luella, who was over 20 years of age. In addition to serving with the NY Volunteers he also served with the 12th Regt. of PA Volunteers in 1863.
     Albert A. Hotchkin is listed in the Rochester City Directories for 1871 through 1875. The 1871 and 1872 directories don't give an occupation, but starting in 1875 he is called a driver. He lived for a while at 57 Mt. Hope and later at 4 Hubbell Park, where he and his brother were boarders in the home of their brother, George N. Hotchkin. At the 1872-73 directories, he lived by himself at 2 Alexander St.3,1
Last Edited=4 Dec 2012

Child of Albert Augustus Hotchkin and Margaret A. Hughes

Citations

  1. [S343] Albert Hotchkin Civil War Pension Application.
  2. [S343] Albert Hotchkin Civil War Pension Application, Copy of file held by Compiler.
  3. [S523] Andersonvile Prison Camp, Rochester Union Advertiser.

Albert Hotchkin Jr.

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Albert Hotchkin Jr. 1946
     Albert Hotchkin Jr. is the son of Albert Hotchkin and Thelma Jane Keator. He married Loretta Juniata Pierce at Unadilla, Otsego County, NY, USA, on 6 September 1953. By Rev. Frederick W. Reinfurt at the First Methodist Church of Unadilla, NY..1,2
Last Edited=23 Aug 2012

Citations

  1. [S267] Albert Hotchkin Jr.,.
  2. [S960] Marriage Loretta Pierce and Albert Hotchkin Jr., Oneonta Star.

Albert Ladraw (Drew) Hotchkin

M, (18 March 1858 - 17 April 1938)
Albert LaDraw Hotchkin
     Albert Ladraw (Drew) Hotchkin was born on 18 March 1858 at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA. Death Certificate. He was the son of Daniel B. Hotchkin and Minerva Snow. Albert Ladraw (Drew) Hotchkin married Luella (Ella) Smith, daughter of Martin Smith and Nancy Wescott, circa 1878 at PA, USA. He married Elizabeth A. Gill at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, in 1887. Date according to 1910 Census..1 Albert Ladraw (Drew) Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1910 at West Mead, Crawford County, PA, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkiss, A. L., 52, married twice, married at age 23 yrs, b in PA, parents b USA; wife Elizabeth, 47, married once at age 23 yrs, 3 children, 2 living, dau Hazel, 15, S, b PA; dau Helen, 12, S, b PA.. He died on 17 April 1938 at West Mead, Crawford County, PA, USA, at age 80. Death Certificate..2 He was buried at Greendale Cemetery, at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA.

     Eric L. Smith in his January 1991 letter to the Compiler, calls him Drew and gives a birth year of 1860. The first name Albert is given in the 1870 census.
Last Edited=13 May 2016

Child of Albert Ladraw (Drew) Hotchkin and Luella (Ella) Smith

Children of Albert Ladraw (Drew) Hotchkin and Elizabeth A. Gill

Citations

  1. [S395] Pennsylvania Marriages, Docket 5-222, found her surname in this file.
  2. [S394] Crawford Co. PA Wills, Will administered by daughter Hazel M. Hotchkin.

Albert Lawrence Hotchkin

M, (6 February 1880 - 15 February 1955)
     Albert Lawrence Hotchkin was born on 6 February 1880. Birth 1879 according to the 1910 census and 1877 according to 1930 census. 1930 census says that he was born at sea. World War I Draft Registration gives exact date. He was the son of Otis Simmons Hotchkin and Clara G. Bradley. Albert Lawrence Hotchkin married Frances M. Wetzel in 1900 at IA, USA. Albert Lawrence Hotchkin lived in 1909 at Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MN, USA. Entry says that he has moved to Mason City, IA.1 He appeared on the census of 1910 at Cedar Rapids, Linn County, IA, USA. The census lists the family as: Albert Hotchkin, 30 (1879),Eng, citizen 1888, married once, 9 years, parents born England; wife Frances, 33, married once, 3 children 3 living, born IA; son Dick E., 6, IA; dau Florence L., 4, IA; dau Margaret E., 2, IA.. He registered for the World War I Draft on 12 September 1918 while living at Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, IA, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "He says that he is 38, born 6 Feb 1880. Native born is marked but crossed out and naturalized checked. England is written and then crossed out. He says that he works for "Uncle Sam" as a rural mail carrier. He gives his wife Frances M. Hotchkin as a dependent.". He died on 15 February 1955 at Masonic Home, Davenport, Scott County, IA, USA, at age 75. Dead at time of his wife's death according to her obituary but his said that she had died 5 years earlier..2

     The History of Sangamon County, IL says that Albert L. is the only son of Otis and Clara. His age is not given but his parents were married in 1876 and the book was published in 1881.
     He is identified as a brother of Dick E. Hotchkin from his brothers obituary.
     An article in the Mason City Gazette, dated August 22, 1934 discusses a party by Mrs A. L. Hotchkin and her daughter Margaret held for Margaret's sisters Florence, Marian and Mildred. Florence was leaving to teach her first year athe high school in Sumner, IA; Marian to begin her first year at Upper Iowa college and Mildred was leaving for her first year at Junior College in Independence, KS.
Last Edited=13 May 2016

Children of Albert Lawrence Hotchkin and Frances M. Wetzel

Citations

  1. [S559] 1909 City Directory.
  2. [S739] Obituary Albert Hotchkin, Oelwein Daily Register, Died at the Masonic Home in Davenport, IA. Survived by 3 daughters and a son including Florence formerly of Fayette, now living in Minneapolis. His wife died 5 years ago.

Albert Leet Hotchkin

M, (22 July 1943 - 4 February 2003)
     Albert Leet Hotchkin was born on 22 July 1943 at NY, USA. He was the son of Albert Leet Hotchkin III and Amelia Leskowicz. Albert Leet Hotchkin married Deg Rasmussen at NY. Albert Leet Hotchkin died on 4 February 2003 at New York City, New York County, NY, USA, at age 59. Obituary in the Indiana Gzette, Friday Feb 7 2003, died on Tuesday at age 59..
Last Edited=20 Mar 2008

Family: Albert Leet Hotchkin and Deg Rasmussen

Albert Leet Hotchkin III

M, (15 August 1907 - 17 December 1993)
Albert Lett III
     Albert Leet Hotchkin III was born on 15 August 1907 at Kitsap, Kitsap County, WA, USA. Washington State birth records,1900-1919 says birth 12 ?? 1907. He is called Jr. in these records. Correct birth date comes from SSDI. Parents given as Albert Hotchkin and Irene Neah.1,2 He was the son of Albert Leet Hotchkin Jr. and Irene Esther Noah. Albert Leet Hotchkin III lived in 1930 at Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, USA. He was attending Puget Sound College for a Business Degree. He married Amelia Leskowicz on 28 November 1935 at Suffolk County, NY, USA. Marriage Certificate #53475. Albert Leet Hotchkin III appeared on the census of 1940. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Albert L jr, 32, born Washington, lived suffolk Co, ny at 1940, rubber salesman; wife amelia, age 27, born NY, lived Suffolk Co., NY.. He died on 17 December 1993 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, USA, at age 86.
Last Edited=13 May 2016

Children of Albert Leet Hotchkin III and Amelia Leskowicz

Citations

  1. [S617] Washington State Birth Index 1900- 1919.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.

Albert Leet Hotchkin Jr.

M, (May 1871 - 21 July 1941)
     Albert Leet Hotchkin Jr. was born in May 1871 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA. He was the son of Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr. and Delia M. Smith. He resided at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA, in 1890. Albert Leet Hotchkin Jr. appeared on the census of 1900 at Seabeck, Kitsap County, WA, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Albert, age 29, b 5-1871, widowed, born NY, parents born NY, farm labor; mother Delia, age 50, b 1849, widow, born NY, parents born NY; sister Jennie, age 23, b 2-1877, single. born NY, parents born NY.. He married Irene Esther Noah at Seattle, King County, WA, USA, on 3 October 1906. Married at St Mark's Church..1,2 Albert Leet Hotchkin Jr. died on 21 July 1941 at Vashon, King County, WA, USA, at age 70.3,4

     Albert Jr. appears in the 1890 Seattle City Directory as a clerk in his father's hardware store at 212 Dexter. It is likely that the family also lived at this location as sister Blanche is listed there as a boarder. In 1891 Albert Jr. is a clerk at Collins Bros and in 1892 he is listed as "removed to Seabeck, WA." Albert and his family operated the general store at Seabeck, WA during a time when Seabeck was expected to be the major port, as opposed to Seattle. After the lumber mill burned across the road from Albert's store, the town disappeared and presently nothing is left except a post office, a very small store and a few homes. The Compiler and his wife Cathy spent a very pleasant day investigating Seabeck and the historical collection regarding the town.
Last Edited=11 Jul 2015

Children of Albert Leet Hotchkin Jr. and Irene Esther Noah

Citations

  1. [S285] 1951 Directory of Seattle, WA, gives Irene as widow of Albert.
  2. [S1136] Albert Leet Hotchkin, Irene Esther Noah.
  3. [S285] 1951 Directory of Seattle, WA, Irene is listed as a widow in this directory.
  4. [S470] Washington State Death Index 1940-1996, Certificate #Not Given, Died 21 jul 1941 at age of 69 in King.

Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr.1,2

M, (8 March 1838 - 16 October 1899)
Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr.
     Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr. was born on 8 March 1838 at Chatham, Columbia County, NY, USA.3 He was the son of George Mead Hotchkin and Harriet Curtis. Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr. appeared on the census of 1860 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Albert, age 26, b NY, living with his wifes family, Leonard Smith, age 47, furniture dealer; wife Emeline, age 46; dau Delia M., 23; dau Mary, 21; son Otis, 19; son Geo, 17, dau Margaret, 15, dau Eunice, 13; dau Eliz, 11; dau Alice, 9; dau Linda, 7; dau Eugenia, 4; dau Ida, 2.. He married Delia M. Smith at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA, on 13 February 1861.4 Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr. died on 16 October 1899 at Seabeck, Kitsap County, WA, USA, at age 61. Compiler copied records from Death Records in Port Orchard, WA..2 He was buried at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, at Seattle, King County, WA, USA. He was buried here after removal from Seabeck Cemetery in 1915.
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     The most complete information on Albert comes from the History of Rensselaer County, and the following is quoted from that publication. "Albert L. Hotchkin was the third son of George M. Hotchkin and Harriet Curtis. He received a fair education in early life. In the year 1845 he came to Troy and was for two years a clerk in the drug store of R. L. & G. Drake. His father, possessing only limited means, was unable to render pecuniary assistance to his children, and hence young Hotchkin, at the tender age of twelve years, set out for himself, and unaided and alone, with only a single sixpence in money, reached Troy, there to contend for position with young men of wealthy parentage and trained business ability. Upon the conclusion of his clerkship in the drug store he returned to Columbia County, and worked for three years on a farm. Subsequently he was with W. & L. E. Gurley for a few months, and for two years with the celebrated Dr. Green of New York. Returning to Troy, he spent several years as a clerk in the hat-store of A. P. Barringer, where he became so familiar with the business that, in 1861, he started the hat and cap business for himself in the Harmony Hall block, on River Street. In the year 1861, he married Delia M. Smith, oldest daughter of Leonard Smith, a merchant of furniture in Troy. In the great conflagration of 1862 he lost all of the property that he possessed. With no capital but experience and undaunted resolution, Mr. Hotchkin began again to work out a fortune for himself. For six years he was the general manager of the furniture-house of his father-in-law, whose death in March 1868, necessitated a change in the management of the business, and a co-partnership was formed by Mr. Hotchkin, Geo. D. Smith, and Otis Smith, with the firm name of Smith, Hotchkin and Co. In March 1876, Otis Smith withdrew from the firm, and 1 July 1878, Geo. D. Smith also retired, leaving Mr. Hotchkin, sole owner of the business, which he continues."

     Albert was involved in a number of Troy real estate deals. On 18 February 1871 he purchased a property from Charles Stickney, which became the Smith-Hotchkin and Co. Furniture store. On 21 December 1878 he received a property from Chas W. Perkins, Court Referee and between 1885 and 1886 he purchased three additional properties. Albert was a Whig and later a Democrat. For nineteen years, until January 1879, he was Treasurer of the Troy Fire Department, and held various other offices of trust. He represented the 10th Ward in the Common Council of Troy, for the years 1863-66. He was elected fire commissioner, and held that office for six years. In the fall of 1873, he was elected county treasurer, and held the office for three years. He was elected sheriff from 1876 until after 1880. Mr. Hotchkin was a member of the Apollo Lodge, and a member of the Masonic fraternity. He served seven years in the 24th Regiment of the National Guard. A City Directory of the city of Troy, NY was located for the year 1860 and Albert Sir was the only Hotchkin shown as living there at that time. He was in the Hats and Cap business located at 288 River Street and living at 609 Douw Street. In 1862 his residence changed to 37 N 2nd Street and in 1863, George M. joined him in Troy and was a city fireman; living at the Northern Hotel. The 1864 Directory says that Albert is a salesman and indicates that he is boarding at the Douw Street address (his wife’s parents home). By 1871 Albert is associated with a furniture company called Smith, Hotchkin & Co., located at 331 River and still boarding at the same Douw Street location. In 1875 the City Directories show Albert as the County Treasurer and Fire Commissioner; plus continuing to operate the furniture making business. By 1878 Albert is listed as Sheriff and his brother George is Dep. Sheriff. Albert is now living at the jail. The next available Directory in 1882 has him working at 329-331 River Street in the furniture manufacturing business with a display advertisement in the Directory, "A. L. Hotchkin, established 1855, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of CABINET FURNITURE, 329 and 331 River Street." At this time he is living at 167 1st Street. Little changes in the next few years, until 1888 and 1889 when Albert is missing from both Directories; however, Albert L. Jr. appears for the first time in the 1889 Directory. Albert and Albert Jr. are back in the 1891-92 Directory with a note for both of them, "removed to Seattle." Albert Sr. appears in the 1890 and 1891 City Directory of Seattle, WA, as a hardware dealer, living at 212 Dexter; and Albert L. Jr. is working for Collins Bros. and living with his parents. The 1892 edition has a notation that Albert Jr has, "removed to Seabeck, WA." Albert's wife Delia M. appears only once in the 1894-95 Directory and daughter Jessie appears in the 1892 edition. Jessie boarded at Thomas St., one block West of Warner and Delia at 120 Roy St.

     Albert Sr.'s obituary was published in the Seattle Post Intelligence, and covered four columns including a very good picture of Albert in his Masonic Uniform. This obituary says, "Mr. Hotchkin was born in Chatham, Columbia County, NY, March 8, 1833. His father George M. Hotchkin, settled in Columbia County in 1830 and although a farmer by occupation, held many offices of trust in Chatham." The obituary repeats all of the information in the Rensselaer County biography but adds: "He was a 32nd degree Mason and had lived in Washington for nine years prior to his death. He is survived by his wife Delia, son Albert Jr. and two daughters, Mrs. H. J. Collins of Ballard, WA and Mrs. Walter McFarlane of Cosmopolis, WA." At one point in the article, another daughter, Mrs. Lyman Burke is mentioned; even though it says that two daughters survive him. The Compiler is not positive that he has tied the daughters to the correct husband. The obituary says that Albert Jr has just returned from Rampart, Alaska and that his son-in-law, H. J. Collins is still living there.

     The Rensselaer County biography identifies his father as George M. Hotchkin of Chatham, Columbia Co., NY who came to Troy in 1846 and died in 1847 at age fifty-three. It also identifies his grandfather as Geo. M. Hotchkin, a native of Madison Co., NY where he lived during his life.

     The records of Seabeck, WA show that Albert L. Hotchkin Sr, on 11 January 1895 was appointed Justice of the Peace, when the elected officer, W. J. Sargent, failed to qualify. Records at Seabeck, WA show that he was Post Master there and owned the local supply store across the road from the lumber mill. He bought the store in 1900 and sold it to Albert Halverson about 1914. In 1886 Seabeck was on its way to being the large shipping port for the northwest when a donkey engine unloading a vessel started a fire and the mill and town totally burned. It never recovered and Seattle became that large shipping port.

     In a newspaper article about Nettie and her husband Harry; Albert is described as one of the best know public men in the famous city of collars and cuffs. "Although he was Sheriff and County Treasurer for many years, he was best known as the organizer and Manager of the famous Haymaker Baseball Club."

     His middle name Leet that is carried for a number of generations is likely a variation of Leete and is the surname used by Albert's fathers sister Harriet and her husband Harvey Leete or Leet.5,6
Last Edited=9 Nov 2014

Children of Albert Leet Hotchkin Sr. and Delia M. Smith

Citations

  1. [S77] Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, History of Rensselaer County, New York, pg 290.
  2. [S510] Obituary of Albert Leet Hotchkin, Seattle Post Intelligence.
  3. [S510] Obituary of Albert Leet Hotchkin, Seattle Post Intelligence, His obituary gave birth date but a discussion of his life in Troy gives a date of 1833.
  4. [S422] Marriage Delia Smith & Albert Hotchkin, pg 2:7, Daily Whig.
  5. [S540] Obituary Albert L. Hotchkin, Seattle Post Intelligence.
  6. [S77] Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, History of Rensselaer County, New York.

Albert T. Hotchkin

M, (10 October 1849 - 28 April 1898)
     Albert T. Hotchkin was born on 10 October 1849 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA. He was the son of Joshua Francis (James) Hotchkin and Lydia Novill Grant. He married Philena Krum at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, circa 1870. Albert T. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1880 at Sullivan County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Albert, age 28, b NY; wife Philena, 28, NY; son Wm M., 1; ED140,S5,L29. He died on 28 April 1898 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, at age 48.1,2 He was buried at Hodge Cemetery, at Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, USA.

     Albert's birth and death are recorded in family bible records. The family bible records give a death date of 28 April 1909 and Barber, Sullivan Co. Index of Wills, PG 28 confirms this date; however, his gravestone gives a date of 1898. The Will records would seem to be strong evidence of his death; however, at the 1900 census, he is not with his family so the Compiler is going to use the 1898 date. The 1880 census shows him a 29-year-old farmer, making his birth as 1850/51. Philena had a later marriage to Nicholas Grant and at the 1920 census, Philena Grant and daughter Nellie Hotchkin are living together in Sullivan Co., NY.
Last Edited=6 Dec 2009

Children of Albert T. Hotchkin and Philena Krum

Citations

  1. [S216] Gertrude Barber, Index of Wills of Sullivan County, NY, pg 28.
  2. [S163] , gravestone gives a death year of 1898.

Alda May Hotchkin

F, (17 January 1905 - 8 April 1992)
     Alda May Hotchkin was born on 17 January 1905 at Cook County, IL, USA.1 She was the daughter of Mark Daniel Hotchkin and Mary Ellen Harrington. Alda May Hotchkin married Clarence C. Mallen circa 1925 at IL, USA. Married name is found in her obituary.. Alda May Hotchkin died on 8 April 1992 at Chicago, Cook County, IL, USA, at age 87. Date found in Chicago Tribune Obituary Index 1988-1997..1
Last Edited=13 May 2016

Children of Alda May Hotchkin and Clarence C. Mallen

Citations

  1. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.

Aleine (Alene) C. Hotchkin

F
     Aleine (Alene) C. Hotchkin is the daughter of Aubrey Earl Hotchkin Sr. and Bertha L. Hecox. Aleine (Alene) C. Hotchkin married Frank M. Becker circa 1934 at NE, USA.
Last Edited=13 May 2016

Child of Aleine (Alene) C. Hotchkin and Frank M. Becker

Alexander Semple Hotchkin1

M, (11 April 1863 - 19 March 1941)
Alexander S. Hotchkin
     Alexander was born at Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA, on 11 April 1863. Alexander is listed in two 1910 censuses, first in Salano, CA with his family, where he is age 47 and 2nd in Klamath OR, where he is a boarder, age 49..2,3 He was the son of Henry W. Hotchkin and Mary Jane Semple. He married Jennie F. Russell at Indian Territory, USA, in 1894. Alexander Semple Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1900 at Twp 2, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Alexander S., age 36, b 4-1864 in Ind. Terr., married 6 years; wife Jennie F., age 25, b 10-1894 in TX, father b MS, mother b Eng., married 6 years, 3 children, 3 living; son Lowell E., age 5, b 10-1894 in Ind. Terr., father b Ind. Terr., mother b TX; dau Pauline, age 3, b 11-1896 in Ind. Terr., father b Ind. Terr., mother b TX; son William R., age 2, b 8-1898 in Ind. Terr., father b Ind. Terr., mother b TX; mother in law Eliza Russell, age 45, b 11-1854 in Eng, wd, 2 children, 2 living.. He died on 19 March 1941 at Napa County, CA, USA, at age 77.4,5 He was buried on 22 March 1941 at Linkville Pioneer Cemetery, at Klamath Falls, Klamath County, OR, USA. Cemetery records say that he has no stone. Site 15-5-21 NS.

     We know quite a bit about Alexander and his wife Jennie from various available records. At the 1900 Census, they are living in the Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory; now the Northeast part of Oklahoma. Living nearby were Charles E. Hotchkin and his wife Mary. The History of the State of Oklahoma, published in 1909 says that Alexander was an Indian school teacher for several years and then went to California to work for the US Government at the Mare Island Ship Yards. According to the children’s birth records given in the 1920 Census, their move to California would have been between 1907 and 1910; and their later move to Oregon about 1913. At the 1900 Census he had said that he was an Insurance Agent. The records at O'Hair Funeral Home say that he was an Accountant prior to his death and his daughter Lucy Pearl, in a letter to the Compiler, says that he worked for several Post Offices while in Oklahoma.
     At the 1910 Census he is found in two places; he, his wife and children are found at 130 Illinois Street, Valley City, Salano Co., California, which would be the Mare Island area, and he is also listed as a boarder in the home of Silas and Lillian Robinson, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Here, he is described as a clerk at the Indian Agency. At both places he says that he has been married 16 years. At the Valley City location, all his children are listed as living at home and all except Ruth were born in Indian Territory. Ruth was born after arriving in California. Mary Louise and Helen Roberta were born after this date in Klamath. His obituary says that he worked in the Indian Agency from 1910 to 1919 when he retired due to ill health. The Compiler has visited the Klamath Indian Agency; about 30 miles north of Klamath Falls, now empty and fenced to protect the historical buildings. It was here that Mary Louise and Helen Roberta were born. Alexander and his wife Jennie made their home in Shippington, the lakeshore area of Klamath Falls, where they operated the Cook House for the Klamath Lumber and Box Company. The obituary said that his wife, 6 daughters and one son, three sisters, one brother and 11 grandchildren survived him. City Directories are available for Klamath Falls starting in 1936 and these directories give a further insight into the lives of Alexander's family. In 1936 he and Jennie are living at 2810 Front Street. At the next available directory, 1942-43, Jennie is a widow and operating the Shippington Boarding House by herself. At the 1949-50 directories, Jennie is operating the boarding house with the help of her son William R. Sr.
     His widow, Jennie F. 9 Jun 1947, filed the Will of Alexander for probate. This Will listed his children as: Pauline D. Hotchkin, age 51, New York City; Lucy Carson, age 47, Redding, CA; Bessie Petty, age 40, Seattle, WA; Ruth Masters, age 38, Holland, OR; Louise Wood, age 35, Portland, OR; Helen Russel, age 32, Shippington, OR; William Hotchkin, age 49, Shippington, OR. According to the Will, he owned two pieces of real estate; his home, which was on lot 7 & 8 of Shippington Addition in Klamath Falls and 37 acres which was Lot 3 of Sec. 7 in Township 41 South, of Range 5, East of the Willamette Meridian, OR.
     A Certificate is recorded in the County Recorders Office, Klamath County that show A. S. Hotchkin appointed as a pastor of the Yainax Indian Mission and entitled to perform marriages. The District Superintendent, Klamath District, and Conference of the Methodist Church of Oregon signed this certificate. The compiler has a copy of this document. Ebenezer Hotchkin Jr., in notes found in the Presbyterian Historical Society, refers to Alex as a preacher and teacher.
Last Edited=5 Feb 2014

Children of Alexander Semple Hotchkin and Jennie F. Russell

Citations

  1. [S43] A B Luther B. Hill, History of the State of Oklahoma, pg 448.
  2. [S139] California Death Index 1940- 1997.
  3. [S272] O'Hair Funeral Home, birth 11 Apr 1863 in Paris, TX.
  4. [S139] California Death Index 1940- 1997, File # 41-1, born in TX, mothers name Semple.
  5. [S272] O'Hair Funeral Home.

Alexandra Hotchkin1

M, (1844 - 1846)
     Alexandra Hotchkin was born in 1844 at Spring Arbor, Jackson County, MI, USA.1 He was the son of Abram Eli Hotchkin Sr. and Electa Smith. Alexandra Hotchkin died in 1846. Reports only say that he died in infancy..1
Last Edited=10 Jan 2008

Citations

  1. [S478] William Pool, Landmarks of Niagara County, New York, This birth and death in infancy is know only from this publication and its accuracy is not known.