Carrie M. Hotchkin

F, (21 May 1869 - 27 September 1931)
     Carrie M. Hotchkin was born on 21 May 1869 at Niagara County, NY, USA.1 She was the daughter of James H. Hotchkin and Frances A. Michal. She married Bert J. Fellows at Newfane, Niagara County, NY, USA, on 25 November 1891.2 Carrie M. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1920 at Cambria, Niagara County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Bert J. Follows, 53, NY, father born in VT, mother in NY; wife Carrie M., 50, NY, father and mother born in NY; dau Gladys A, 25, NY; dau Mildred M., 13, NY; mother-in-law, Frances A. Hotchkin, 83, widowed, born NY. Bert runs a truck farm.. She died on 27 September 1931 at Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, Erie County, NY, USA, at age 62. The Niagara Falls Gazette Friday, October 2, 1931

The funeral of Mrs. Carrie Fellows was held from her late home at two o'clock on Wednesday and at 2:30 from the Methodist church. Rev. Frank W. Asquith, a former pastor, was the officiating clergyman.. Mrs, Elizabeth Sinsel and Mrs. Florence Lafler rendered two selections "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Asleep in Jesus," Miss Myra Wakeman at the piano. The many and beautiful floral offerings showed the high esteem in which she was held. Surviving are her husband, Bert J. Fellows, two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Scheithier of Lockport, and Mrs. Mildred Swick of Buffalo, a son-in-law, Rudolph Scheithier, of Lockport, four grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. John Richards, of Buffalo, and one brother, James Hotchkin of Newfane.. Interment was in the family plot in the North Ridge cemetery. The bearers were William J. Brado, William Jacobs. Edward L. Lafler, Adelbert Sinsel, Burt N. Lafler and Floyd Freatman..3 She was buried at North Ridge Cemetery, at Ransomville, Niagara County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=5 Feb 2017

Children of Carrie M. Hotchkin and Bert J. Fellows

Citations

  1. [S478] William Pool, Landmarks of Niagara County, New York.
  2. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 21651.
  3. [S888] Death of Carrie Fellows, Niagara Falls Gazette.

Catherine (Kate) May Hotchkin1

F, (23 May 1873 - 23 December 1946)
     Catherine (Kate) May Hotchkin was born on 23 May 1873 at Schenevus, Otsego County, NY, USA. The 1900 census gives a birth of May 1873, age 27, called Catherine.2,3 She was the daughter of William Samuel Hotchkin and Celida Amanda Wright. Catherine (Kate) May Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1930 at Daytona Beach, Volusia County, FL, USA. The census lists the family as: Kate M. Hotchkins, 56 (1873), single, born NY, parents born NY, music teacher.. She died on 23 December 1946 at Daytona Beach, Volusia County, FL, at age 73.4,5,6 She was buried at Schenevus Cemetery, at Schenevus, Otsego County, NY, USA.

     Kate received $2,000 plus one-half interest in the 28 Winding Rd. property from her mothers estate. The 1900 census called her Catherine. Bible records say that she never married.
Last Edited=21 Feb 2014

Citations

  1. [S105] Ruth Elizabeth Hotchkin Clapper, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.
  2. [S668] Ruth Clapper, Bible Records of Hotchkin and Hayes Family Supplied by Ruth Clapper.
  3. [S699] Frederick Humphreys MD, Humphreys Family in America.
  4. [S489] Florida Death Index 1877 to 1998.
  5. [S668] Ruth Clapper, Bible Records of Hotchkin and Hayes Family Supplied by Ruth Clapper, Bible records say that she died in Daytona Beach, Fl and never married.
  6. [S799] Obituary of Catherine (Kate) J. Hotchkin, Waterville Times.

Catherine Jennette (Kate) M. Hotchkin

F, (22 July 1856 - 21 April 1919)
     Catherine Jennette (Kate) M. Hotchkin was born on 22 July 1856 at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of Mark Caldwell (M. C.) Hotchkin and Jennette M. Hovey. Catherine Jennette (Kate) M. Hotchkin died on 21 April 1919 at Kingman, Kingman County, KS, USA, at age 62.3,4,5 She was buried at Waterville Cemetery, at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, USA.6

     The DAR application of Kate, (Membership #58955), gives her name as Kate Jennette. She is shown as the Grantee on a number of real estate transactions in Oneida Co., NY. On 28 December 1892 she and her sister Mary J. were the Grantees of property from their brother Robert H. and his wife, Libr 499, pg 91; and on 10 March 1904 she was a Grantee from Anna M. Hamlin, Libr 593, pg 68. At the death of her sister Mary J. Angier, she was granted property by Will, 2 June 1899, Libr 522, pg 112. She made a Passport Application on May 19 1896 on whick she gave her birth date and location and said that her occupation was Capitalist. Her sister Nellie J. signed this application as a witness.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 59
page 328

[p.328] Miss Kate Jennette Hotchkin.
DAR ID Number: 58955
Born in Waterville, N. Y.
Descendant of Jacob Gurley and of Samuel Cobb.
Daughter of Mark Caldwell Hotchkin (1813-70) and Jennette M. Hovey (1824-92), his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Hovey, M. D. (1782-1865), and Abigail Gurley (1799-1877), his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Artemas Gurley and Sarah Steele (b. 1769), his 1st wife, m. 1792.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Gurley and Hannah Brigham, his wife; John Steele (b. 1738) and Sarah Cobb (b. 1744), his wife, m. 1763.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Cobb and Mary Hinckley, his 1st wife, m. 1743.
Jacob Gurley (1742-1804) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Mansfield, Conn.
Also No. 44027.
Samuel Cobb (1716-81) was a member of the Committee of Observation, 1774. He served as Justice of the Peace and as a member of the Assembly. He was born in Wales; died in Tolland, Conn.
Also No. 54333.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Citations

  1. [S163] , buried in the Eli Hotchkin family plot.
  2. [S496] Jennette Hovey Hotchkin and many of her descendants, Hovey Family Bible, Bible gives her birth date.
  3. [S163]
  4. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #6646.
  5. [S496] Jennette Hovey Hotchkin and many of her descendants, Hovey Family Bible, Bible confirms the other sources.
  6. [S279] Eli Hotchkin and Family Members, Cemetery Burial Log, buried in the Eli Hotchkin family plot.

Cecil Lloyd Hotchkin1

M, (13 May 1896 - 21 May 1969)
Cecil Lloyd Hotchkin and his wife Lola Adelia Taylor
     Cecil was born at Loup City, Sherman County, NE, USA, on 13 May 1896. The compiler always thought that he was born in Michigan, but his World War I Draft Registration says Loup City, NE. the 1920 census says age 23, born MI..2 He was the son of George E. Hotchkin and Louie May Kennedy. Cecil Lloyd Hotchkin registered for the World War I Draft in 1917 while living at Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "He says tha t he is 21, born 13 May 1896 in Loup City, NE. He is a salesman for A. E. Hotchkin Milling Co in Loup City, NE. This would be his older brother Aubrey Earl. He says that he supports a wife and mother". He appeared on the census of 1920 at Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Cecil age 23, b in MI, father born NY, mother born MI; wife Lola A. age 21, b in OR, father born OR, mother born MO; Bobbie age 3 2/12, b in Not USA, parents not USA, relationship Boarder.. He married Lola Adelia Taylor at Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI, USA, on 18 March 1923.3 Cecil died on 21 May 1969 at Tarpon Springs, Pinellas County, FL, USA, at age 73. His death and burial announcement are in the Hotchkin Family Reunion files. His services were at the North Funeral Home, conducted by Dr. Daniel Youngman. Funeral home records say that he died in West Pasco at 6:45 pm. These records claim a birth in Benton Harbor MI on 13 May 1896. The records corectly give his parents as George E. Hotcin and Louie Kennedy. They say that he had lived in Hudson for 8 years and came from Aurora, IL. He was emplyed as a foreman in assembly department of Barber Green Co in Aurora, IL. He was survived by wife Lola A. Hotchkin and sister Mrs Lois Lamps..4 He was buried at Meadowlawn Memorial Gardens, at New Port Richey, Pasco County, FL, USA. Lot 108C, Sec Good Shepard, Sp 1 & 2.

     The date and place of his death comes from a Memory Card in the Hotchkin Reunion Files. Cecil was buried at Meadow Lawn Cemetery, New Port Richey, FL. Their home address at this time was Hudson, Fl. Junella Denslow Reep says that he was a barber and factory assembler. His wife’s obituary says that he was a foundry worker and that they met in Aurora, IL. The Social Security Death Index gives his death location as Riverview, Hillsborough Co, FL.
Last Edited=23 Dec 2015

Family: Cecil Lloyd Hotchkin and Lola Adelia Taylor

Citations

  1. [S48] Marjorie Hotchkin & Lila Wythe, Michigan Hotchkin Family Reunion Notes, memory card with reunion files, confirmed by SS records.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014, SS #328-01-6885.
  3. [S462] Michigan Marriage Records 1868 - 1925.
  4. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.

Celia Hotchkin

F, (17 April 1845 - 1903)
     Celia was born at Sullivan County, NY, USA, on 17 April 1845. 1900 census confirms Apr but gives the year as 1844.. She was the daughter of Joshua Francis (James) Hotchkin and Lydia Novill Grant. She married John Teller Evans at NY, USA, in 1864. Married 36 years at the 1900 census.. She resided at Ellenville, Ulster County, NY, USA, in 1877. Celia Hotchkin died in 1903 at Ulster County, NY, USA.1 She was buried at Fantinekill Cemetery, at Ellenville, Ulster County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=17 Dec 2011

Children of Celia Hotchkin and John Teller Evans

Citations

  1. [S163] , Confirms 1840 date.

Chad Aric Hotchkin

M
     Chad Aric Hotchkin is the son of Earl Anthony Hotchkin and Mary Jane Horvath. Chad Aric Hotchkin married Melissa A. Hyer, daughter of Gerald Hyer and Donna Wilber, on 19 July 2003 at NY, USA. The Marriage Announcement was found in the Star-Gazette..
Last Edited=23 Aug 2014

Children of Chad Aric Hotchkin and Melissa A. Hyer

Chandler Grace Hotchkin

F
     Chandler Grace Hotchkin is the daughter of Unknown Hotchkin and Unknown Lester.
Last Edited=23 Aug 2015

Charles A. Hotchkin

M, (1836 - )
     Charles A. Hotchkin was born in 1836 at NJ, USA. He appeared on the census of 1850 at Newark, Essex County, NJ, USA. The census lists the family as: Charles A. Hotchkin, age 14, living with Charles H. Day, age 36 and wife Julia, age 35, and Mary Kingland, 55; all born in NJ..
Last Edited=14 May 2016

Charles A. Hotchkin

M, (31 August 1861 - 13 April 1917)
     Charles A. Hotchkin was born on 31 August 1861 at Troy, Madison County, IL, USA. Twin to William A. He was the son of John Hotchkin and Rose Ann Gaughan. He married Anna M. Blume at Matteson, Cook County, IL, USA, on 3 December 1902.1 Charles A. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1910 at Chicago Heights, Cook County, IL, USA. The census lists the family as: Chas A Hatchkin, 48, married once, 7 years, born IL, father born Eng, mother born Ire. carpenter shop; wife Anna, 35, married once, 7 years, 3 children, 3 living, born IL, parents born Ger; daughter agnes, 6, born IL; daughter Margaret, 4, born IL; daughter Viola, 2, born IL; sister-in_law Sophia Bloom, 27, single, born IL, parents born Ger; brother-in_law Louis Bloom, single, 26, born IL, parents born Ger, bar tender saloon.. He died on 13 April 1917 at Chicago, Cook County, IL, USA, at age 55.2

     According to Maridean Hotchkin Tharp he returned to the Chicago area. Charles A. Hotchkin was a twin to William A. Hotchkin.
According to an uncited Ancestry.com source he died 4 mar 1927 in Rock Creek, Jasper County, IA.
Last Edited=30 Apr 2017

Children of Charles A. Hotchkin and Anna M. Blume

Citations

  1. [S630] Illinois Marriages 1763 - 1930.
  2. [S644] Illinois Death Index 1916 to 1950.

Charles D. Hotchkin

M, (24 April 1857 - 2 August 1864)
     Charles D. Hotchkin was born on 24 April 1857 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. He was the son of Joseph Beriah Hotchkin and Desiah Dunning. Charles D. Hotchkin died on 2 August 1864 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, at age 7.1 He was buried at Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=14 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S249] 1864 Black Diphtheria Deaths.

Charles Dennis (Denny) Hotchkin

M, (5 April 1932 - 27 May 2013)
Charles Dennis Hotchkin
     Charles Dennis (Denny) Hotchkin was born on 5 April 1932 at Kellogg, Jasper County, IA, USA.1,2 He was the son of Charles Towne Hotchkin and Mary Amelia DeHart. He married Doris Marie Palmquist at Enumclaw, King County, WA, USA, on 24 August 1957.1,3 He resided at Bellevue, King County, WA, USA, in 1994. Charles Dennis (Denny) Hotchkin died on 27 May 2013 at Bellevue, King County, WA, at age 81. Found in King County Deaths dated 6/5/2013..2 He was buried at WA, USA. Cremated and ashes Scattered in Olympic National Park..

     According to brother Stephen's obituary, he is called Dennis.
Last Edited=21 Jun 2017

Citations

  1. [S676] William Robert Chowing, Theophilus Chowing of Sullivan County, IN.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.
  3. [S1150] Charles L (Dennis) Hotchkin, Doris M Palmquist.

Charles Durwood Hotchkin

M, (13 October 1898 - 7 December 1918)
     Charles Durwood Hotchkin was born on 13 October 1898 at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, USA. This differs by one day from birth date given at WWI Registration.1 He was the son of Charles Fenton Hotchkin and Cora Grace Bartoo. Charles Durwood Hotchkin registered for the World War I Draft on 12 September 1918 while living at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "He gives his complete name Charles Durwood Hotchkin. Age 19, born12 Dec 1918. He is a real estate agent working for his father Charles F. Hotchkin at 71 Court St, Binghamton. His gives his nearest relative as father, Charles F. Hotchkin, 92 Grand Blvd.". He died on 7 December 1918 at France at age 20. Killed in France during WWI..2 He was buried at Floral Park Cemetery, at Johnson City, Broome County, NY, USA. Center Circle, Sec J, Lot 3.

     The 1917 Binghamton City Directory shows C. Durwood as a clerk and residing with his parents at 72 Grand Blvd. He was killed in France during World War I.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Citations

  1. [S148] New York Birth Index, File # 41283.
  2. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #91438.

Charles Durwood Hotchkin

M
     Charles Durwood Hotchkin is the son of Rodney Bartoo Hotchkin and Mary Jane Kramer. Charles Durwood Hotchkin married Kathleen Anne Franks on 15 July 1967 at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, USA.1 Charles Durwood Hotchkin married Nicolie Unknown. Charles Durwood Hotchkin and Nicolie Unknown were divorced on 8 September 1997 at St Johns County, FL, USA.2
Last Edited=2 Jan 2010

Family: Charles Durwood Hotchkin and Kathleen Anne Franks

Family: Charles Durwood Hotchkin and Nicolie Unknown

Citations

  1. [S1063] Marriage of Kathleen Franks and Charles D. Hotchkin, Binghamton Press.
  2. [S622] Florida Divorce Index 1927- 2001.

Charles E. Hotchkin

M, (1845 - )
     Charles was born at PA, USA, in 1845. He is age 63 at the 1910 census.. He married Wife Unknown. Charles E. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1910 at Tama, Tama County, IA, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Charles E., 63 (1846), PA, father born in NH, mother in IRE widiowed, carpenter; son Jasper E., 23, IA, carpenter, father born in PA, mother in OH; dau Clara M., 15, IA, father born in PA, mother in OH..
Last Edited=11 Aug 2016

Children of Charles E. Hotchkin and Wife Unknown

Charles Eugene Hotchkin

M, (February 1839 - 13 March 1841)
     Charles Eugene Hotchkin was born in February 1839 at Richmond, Berkshire County, MA, USA. He was the son of John Hotchkin Rev. and Fanny Gale. Charles Eugene Hotchkin died on 13 March 1841 at Richmond, Berkshire County, MA, at age 2.1 He was buried at Church on the Hill Cemetery, at Lenox, Berkshire County, MA, USA. Gravestone reads, "Charles Eugene, son of John Hotchkin and Fanny G. Hotchkin, died March 13 1841, aged 1 year, 11 months.".

     His baptism record is given in records of the Little Church on the Hill, Lenox and his death is recorded in these same records: a child of Jn. Hotchkin died March 13 1841. He is buried with his parents and two sisters. Birth records list him as boy Hotchkin.
Last Edited=13 Oct 2016

Citations

  1. [S196] R. C. Rockwell, Lenox Church Records, Lenox, Berkshire, MA, vol, pg unknown.

Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev.1

M, (14 January 1846 - May 1905)
     Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev. was born on 14 January 1846 at Goodwater, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA.2 He was the son of Ebenezer J. Hotchkin Rev. and Philena Thatcher. He married Eleanor Copeland at Wheelock, McCurtain County, OK, USA, on 20 September 1872. They were married by Rev W. J. Lloyd. Some records give a marriage of 10 Sep.. Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev. was a Minister circa 1880. He appeared on the census of 1900 at Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Charles E., age 54, b 1-1846 in Ind. Terr., widow, father b MA, mother b CT, preacher; dau Maria, age 20, b 2-1880 in Ind. Terr., school teacher, parents b OK; son Charles F., age 16, b 8-1882 in Ind. Terr., parents b OK; son Frank J., age 16, b 5-1884 in Ind. Terr., parents b OK; dau Lucy E., age 13, b 11-1886 in Ind. Terr., parents b OK; son Cyrus, age 11, b 2-1889 in Ind. Terr, parents b OK. All children except Mary were listed as "at school".. He married Douglas Conway at Morganfield, Union County, KY, USA, in August 1901.3 Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev. died in May 1905 at Hugo, Choctaw County, OK, USA, at age 59. He was buried at Goodland Cemetery, at Hugo, Choctaw County, OK, USA.

     The files at the Three Valley Museum, Durant, OK contain a biography, dated March 1952 and believed to be written by his grand daughter, Dorothy Brose Garlington, gives a great deal of information on Rev Charles and his family. This biographer says that, "Charles Eugene Hotchkin was born 14 January 1846 near the Red River, at Goodwater, Indian Territory, twenty miles northwest of Paris, TX and twelve miles southeast of Soper, OK. His birth was premature and he never became a strong or healthy man. He grew up with the Indian children in the Koonsha Female Academy and learned the Choctaw language as a child, and became one of the best interpreters of that language in the nation. Charles finished his education in Ohio and then returned to the Choctaw Mission and began teaching in the Mission schools. It was at the Mission School that he met Eleanor Copeland, daughter of the Rev C.C. Copeland, Superintendent of Wheelock Female Academy."
     After their marriage, Charles and Eleanor made their home, for several years, on a farm with his brother Henry at Livingland. Seeking to have a home for themselves, they cleared a spot of land, four miles southeast of Caddo, in the Caddo Hills and moved there in September 1872. Seven miles south of Caddo they organized a church called Nunnik Takali. As he worked with the Indians at this church, Charles realized that he could be of greater service to them and his Lord if he entered the ministry, so on 9 June 1884 he was ordained to the full ministry of the Gospel in the Presbyterian Church. Charles really loved the Choctaws and preferred to speak their language to his own. He served the tribe for many years as a mission teacher.
     His son, Charles F. Hotchkin is quoted in, "Presbyterian Missions in the Southern United States," as saying, "I heard my mother say, she would cook corn bread on Monday morning for my father and he would leave with others on ministerial tours and live on that bread for two weeks at a time." The Chronicles of Oklahoma, says that Ebenezer saw that his sons got a good education and took them to some of the best academies in the North.
     A Guardians Transfer Document is on file in the Bryan County Court House, dated 10 August 1905 or 1906 (it has both dates in different places on the document). This document gives the children’s names as Mary P., Charles, Joe F., L. Ella, and Cyrus. A Mortgage Release is attached that released a mortgage dated 8 October 1902 executed by Charles E. Hotchkin to Douglas Hotchkin for the sum of $260.00 and secured by Lot 2 in Block 49 of the Town of Durant, with a 3 room box house and a 3 room frame house and other improvements. Mrs. Douglas Hotchkin of Morganfield, Union County, KY, executes the release. A Quit Claim Deed attached to this release says that Douglas is the widow of Charles E. Hotchkin. One line in the document refers to ...Charles E. Hotchkin being the husband of the Vendor (Douglas Hotchkin); another line says....all my right of homestead and right of dower. There is also a Deed transfer from Douglas to Mary P. Hotchkin, Vol 14, pg 253, 8 August 1903. Dorothy Garlington explains Douglas and these documents as a second wife who could not tolerate missionary life and returned to Morganfield, KY.
     Charles died of cancer in Hugo and is buried among his Choctaw friends at the Goodland Cemetery adjacent to the Goodland Children’s Home operated by his father. The Compiler has searched this cemetery and there is no gravestone for Charles.
     There is a possibility that Charles mother was Catherine Maria Belden, Born October 20 1819 in Lenox, MA. She died November 3 1848 and is buried in Hugo, OK Her diary which is held by Kay Stietzel refers to a little stranger arriving in her home named Charles Eugene.4,5
Last Edited=13 Oct 2016

Children of Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev. and Eleanor Copeland

Family: Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev. and Douglas Conway

Citations

  1. [S19] Rev. E. C. Scott DD, Ministerial Directory of the Presbyterian Church, USA 1861- 1942, pg 329.
  2. [S155] Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol 24, pg 435, claims a birth of 1846 in Goodwater.
  3. [S124] Dorothy Louise Brose Garlington, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.
  4. [S155] Chronicles of Oklahoma, vol 24, pg 435.
  5. [S550] R. M. Firebaugh, "Indian Presbytery 1840- 1940", Licensed to preach April 14, 1883 and ordained June 9, 1884.

Charles Fee Hotchkin

M, (15 September 1879 - 5 June 1950)
Charles Fee Hotchkin
     Charles Fee Hotchkin was born on 15 September 1879 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. He was the son of Levi Oliver Hotchkin and Lydia A. Fee. He married Jessie Nancy Deighton at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, on 24 August 1903.1 Charles Fee Hotchkin registered for the World War I Draft while living at Penn Yan, Yates County, NY, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "The card is very hard to read , but it gives his name, age 38, born 15 Sep 1879. and gives his wife Jessie as a dependent.". He appeared on the census of 1920 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Charles F., age 40, b NY; wife Jessie N., age 35, b NY; dau Lydia E., age 12; son Richard F., age 9, b NY; living with Charles father Levi O. Hotchkin.. He died on 5 June 1950 at Bath, Steuben County, NY, USA, at age 70. His June 4th death date comes from Prattsburg Historical Society records. His obituary claims June 3rd and June 4th..2 He was buried at Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.

     He was the superintendent of the Prattsburg Railroad, having begun as a conductor. He was active in musical organizations, a member of the Presbyterian Church in Prattsburg, elder of that church, and a Mason. The May 4, 1950 edition of Chronicle Express, Pen Yan, NY says that Charles had a heart attack and was visited by Mr and Mrs Moon and daughter Deborah of Rchester.
Last Edited=9 Oct 2012

Children of Charles Fee Hotchkin and Jessie Nancy Deighton

Citations

  1. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 15499.
  2. [S688] Chronicle Express.

Charles Fenton Hotchkin1

M, (21 May 1871 - 4 February 1965)
     Charles Fenton Hotchkin was born on 21 May 1871 at Schenevus, Otsego County, NY, USA.2,3 He was the son of William Samuel Hotchkin and Celida Amanda Wright. He married Cora Grace Bartoo at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, USA, on 26 October 1892.1,4,2,5,6,7,8 Charles Fenton Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1920 at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Charles F. Hotchkin, 48 (1871), NY, parents born in NY, real estate; wife Grace, 49, NY, parents born in NY; son donald, 22, NY, real estate; son Howard, 18, school; son Rodney, 16, school; dau Dorthy, 10, school; dau Elizabeth, 9, school, NY.. He died on 4 February 1965 at Binghamton, Broome County, NY, at age 93.9 He was buried at Floral Park Cemetery, at Johnson City, Broome County, NY, USA. Center Circle, Sec J, Lot 3.

     A letter referring to a family bible in her possession, was received by the Compiler from Ruth Clapper, Montrose, PA. Some of the information in censuses does not agree with Ruth Clapper's information and she did not give information on Dorothy and Elizabeth. These two daughter are given in the 1920 census and 1925 state census. Except for Ruth Clapper, this family has refused to furnish any information.
     The Will of Charles leaves an estate of $28,260.06 and his widow Grace as Administrator. One of the assets was a 3 family rental at 170 Helen Street. The files of the Binghamton Historical Society have Charles and Cora's Passports for two trips. The first was when he was age 49 for a trip to Cuba and Panama and the second was when he was age 54 and was for "Clark's Around the World Cruise." They describe his physical charteristics as 5 ft 8 1/2 inches tall, medium forehead, gray eyes, large nose, small mouth, round chin, brown hair, and light complexion. The passport includes a picture of Charles and Cora. Charles is listed in many Binghamton, NY city directories as Hotchkin and Sons, real estate and insurance. The family lived at 72 Grand Ave and conducted their business from 71 Court St. The 1900 census of Binghamton has him living at 39 Walnut St. With his wife Grace C., sons Donald C. and Durwood C. Note that Durwood's name is reversed from that which the family used. Ellis Island records show that Charles and Grace return on the ship Scythia in 1923.
Last Edited=28 Feb 2017

Children of Charles Fenton Hotchkin and Cora Grace Bartoo

Citations

  1. [S105] Ruth Elizabeth Hotchkin Clapper, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.
  2. [S668] Ruth Clapper, Bible Records of Hotchkin and Hayes Family Supplied by Ruth Clapper.
  3. [S699] Frederick Humphreys MD, Humphreys Family in America.
  4. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 19708.
  5. [S697] Eli Bartoo & Dorr Raymond Bartoo, Our family Records (Bartoo), This document claims a 26 Oct 1895 marriage date.
  6. [S767] Charles & Grace Hotchkin 68 Anniversary, Binghamton Press.
  7. [S768] 70th Ann Charles & Grace Hotchkin, Binghamton Press.
  8. [S769] 50 Ann of Charles & Grace Hotchkin, Binghamton Press.
  9. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.

Charles Frederick Hotchkin

M, (7 August 1882 - 14 April 1939)
     Charles was born at Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA, on 7 August 1882. His birth date is found on his marriage license.. He was the son of Charles Eugene Hotchkin Rev. and Eleanor Copeland. Charles Frederick Hotchkin registered for the World War I Draft on 12 September 1918 while living at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "His card is very hard to read. He gives his name as Charles F. Hotchkin, age 36( it really lloks as if it could be 26, born 2 August 82. His occupation is National Council ----- -- of Youth in Deming NM. He gives nearest relatives as Mrs -- -- Brose 2530 w 25th St Denver, CO.". He married Ione Ragsdale at El Paso, El Paso County, TX, USA, on 20 April 1923. Called Dove Ragsdale in marriage index.1 He resided at El Paso, El Paso County, TX, in 1923. Charles Frederick Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1930 at El Paso, El Paso County, TX. The census lists the family as: Charles F. Hotchkin, 47 (1882), married at age 40, born OK, parents born OK, clerk in Petro??; wfe Ione, 40 (1889), married at age 36, born TX, parents born TX.. He died on 14 April 1939 at San Angelo, Tom Green County, TX, USA, at age 56. C. F. HOTCHKIN RITES PLANNED IN BONHAM

The body of Charles Frederick Hotchkin, 56, who died Friday morning at his residence at 324 Maverick Street will be sent to Bonham, Tex., for interment.

Hotchkin was a native of Caddo, Okla., but had resided in San Antonio for the past year and a half. He was a member of the Masonic lodge.

Survivors are his widow, Mrs. lone Hotchkin, of San Antonio; and two sisters, Mrs. A. R. Brose and Mrs. Lee Moore, both of Denver, Colo.
---The San Antonio Express, Saturday, April 15, 1939, page 5
.2 He was buried at Willow Wild Cemetery, at Bonham, Fannin County, TX, USA. E, Block 38, 4NE.

     A Guardian Bond is on file with the Bryan County Court Clerk, dated 19 November 1908 wherein Charles was appointed guardian for his brother Cyrus. A bond of $500.00 was posted. No other evidence of an estate settlement for his fathers estate has been located.
     In 1906, according to the Durant City Directory, Charles was boarding at 323 W. Beach ST and was a Clerk at the Post Office. In 1920 he is found in the Dallas City Directory, rooming at 4619 Harry Ave., no employment is given. Charles and Ione were married in El Paso, TX in 1923 and lived there until 1934/35 according to the Polk Directories of El Paso. The directories show that he worked for Magnolia Petrolium during this time. He and Ione lived at the following locations in El Paso: rms 310 W. Missouri, r2 521 W. Missouri, r36 1000 E. San Antonio, r11 523 W. Missouri, h6 1106 E. Yandell Blvd., rms 3025 Lebanon, r 1309 Montana, h 1105 N. Virginia, h 510 Upson Ave., r 3025 Lebanon and 708 N. Kansas. At some time, between 1935 and 1938, they moved to San Antonio where Charles died in 1939. After his death, Ione moved to Denison, TX where she died in 1941. They were both buried in the Ragsdale Family plot at the Willow Wild Cemetery at Bonham, TX. They had no children. Middle name comes from his obituary in San Antonio Express.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Family: Charles Frederick Hotchkin and Ione Ragsdale

Citations

  1. [S428] Marriage License, vol 25, #382, viewed by Compiler.
  2. [S706] Death of Charles Frederick Hotchkin, San Antonio Express, Died Friday morning. Native of Caddo, OK and came to San Antonio about a 1 1/2 ago. Boby will be sent to Bonham, TX for burial. Servivied by wife Ione and sisters Mrs A. R. Brose and Mrs Lee Moore, both of Denver. Age 56 at death.

Charles G. Hotchkin

M, (16 February 1840 - 8 August 1901)
     Charles G. Hotchkin was born on 16 February 1840 at Watertown, Jefferson County, NY, USA. Missouri Death Records 1834- 1910. He was the son of Benjamin Franklin Hotchkin and Jane M. Little. Charles G. Hotchkin was a Private, andserved in Co A, 35th NY Infantry, during the Civil War. He was registered for Civil War Draft on on 1 July 1863 at Townsend Twp, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 23, fireman, birth location not give, comment says that he has "been in service, gone to New York.", middle initial looks to compiler as it may be G. instead of the S as given.1 He was a Leather Manufacturer circa 1870. He appeared on the census of 1870 at Chicago, Cook County, IL, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Charles D., age 30, Leather Manuf., b NY, living in home of Kate Koomes, age 26, dress maker, and Edward Rich, age 40, leather manufacturer. Roll 198, Pg 36;
. He resided at Chicago, Cook County, IL, in 1870. He married Ellen (Ella) Unknown at MO, USA, in 1883. 1900 census says married 17 years. Charles G. Hotchkin died on 8 August 1901 at St Louis, St Louis County, MO, USA, at age 61. Listed in St Louis Death Records as Charles G. Hotchkiss, Vol 42, pg 133.00. According to the death records, he was married and had lived in St Louis for 30 years..2

     Charles G. was born in Watertown, NY according to his Civil War records and he was with his parents at the 1850 and 1860 census of Watertown. The 1859 Watertown City Directory lists Charles as a farmer; boarding with his parents at 29 Clinton St. Charles joined the Union Army, Co. A, 35th Regt of New York Volunteers, on 9 May 1861 at Watertown, NY for a period of two years and was mustered in at Elmira on 10 July 1861. He was reported deserted at Elmira on 12 July 1861. The desertion charge was removed, by order of the Secretary of War, on 27 June 1865.
     Among the files of Alfred J. Hotchkin at the Onondaga Historical Association is a letter written by Charles G. Hotchkin to R. C. Scott, Esq. and dated 4 August 1890. Charles signed his name and gave an address of 515 Pine St., St. Louis, MO. This letter asks for an advance of $100.00, as he has been “sick so much it has knocken me out I am willing to pay for the accommodation." The letter doesn't give the address of RC Scott, but it is likely that the funds requested are from Charles mother's estate. The letter is on the stationary of The Northwester Miller, C. M. Palmer, Proprietor, Minneapolis. Emma C. the wife of Marion C. Hotchkin was a Palmer and this Palmer may be related. R. C. Scott is also mentioned as a firm owing money to William H. H. Hotchkin when he disappeared on his trip from Watertown to New York City.
Last Edited=17 Apr 2017

Child of Charles G. Hotchkin and Ellen (Ella) Unknown

Citations

  1. [S1228] July 1 1863,.
  2. [S798] Death of Charles G. Hotchkin, Jefferson County Journal.

Charles G. Hotchkin

M, (4 May 1855 - )
     Charles G. Hotchkin was born on 4 May 1855 at Sangerfield, Oneida County, NY, USA. He was the son of Mark Caldwell (M. C.) Hotchkin and Jennette M. Hovey.

     The Hovey Bible just calls him a son, no name is given. The 1860 census has a Charles G., age 8, which would give birth about 1851 but all other ages in this census are in error. He does not appear in any later censuses.
Last Edited=23 Oct 2016

Charles H. Hotchkin

M, (1909 - )
     Charles H. Hotchkin was born in 1909 at NY, USA. Age 31 at the 1940 census.1 He was the son of Henry Nelson Hotchkin and Helen (Ellen) Laronde. Charles H. Hotchkin married Helen Miller, daughter of Harvey Miller, circa 1935.

     The 1906 and 1907 Rochester City Directory has Charles H. Hotchkin as a Driver and living with Henry H. Hotchkin at 42 Parsells St. Charles is assigned as a son of Henry's based only on his age and living in Henry's home. He is found at no other time in the directories.
Last Edited=9 Mar 2017

Family: Charles H. Hotchkin and Helen Miller

Citations

  1. [S389] 1906-07 City Directory.

Charles Marion Hotchkin

M, (9 October 1842 - 4 August 1896)
     Charles Marion Hotchkin was born on 9 October 1842 at Sangerfield, Oneida County, NY, USA. He was age 7 at the 1850 census. His obituary gives the birth year as 1843.1 He was the son of Mark Caldwell (M. C.) Hotchkin and Catherine M. Springer. He married Emma Louise Palmer at Utica, Oneida County, NY, USA, on 30 May 1866.2 Charles Marion Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1870 at Chicago, Cook County, IL, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Marion C., age 27, b NY, dry goods sales; wife Emma, age 24, b NY; dau Nettie, age 9/12, b IL; and a servant, Kate Thanley, age 18. Chicago birth records show a child, C. Emma, born on 17 Jan, 1882. This record gives C. Marion's age as 28, which would make his birth in 1854. This date seems to be a mistake, based on other numerous information..
     The newspaper clipping attached as a photo appeared in the Waterville Times regarding Hotchkin & Palmer after the Chicago fire.
He resided at Chicago, Cook County, IL, USA, in 1882. He died on 4 August 1896 at Marinette, Marinette County, WI, USA, at age 53. The Chicago Historical Society says that he died on a trip to Wisconsin. His obituary published in the Waterville Times gives the death on 5 August..3,4,5 He was buried at Rosehill Cemetery, at Chicago, Cook County, IL, USA. His obituary claims that he was buried in Oak Woods Cemetery..

     Charles Marion Hotchkin must have left his Sangerfield home prior to 1860 as he does not appear with his family in the 1860 census and by 1870 he is listed in the Chicago census. A C. M. Hotchkin appears in the Onondaga Co. Directory, living in Syracuse and working for Marquisee and Co., a Ladies Cloaks and Furnishing Co. The complete ownership was listed as C. M. Hotchkin, A. Marquisee, and W. Williams. His wife, Emma's DAR membership refers to him as C. M. Hotchkin. Marion appears in the 1873 city directory of Chicago as C. Marion Hotchkin, residing at 148 25th St and as Palmer and Co.( C. M. Hotchkin & E. P. Palmer) Cloaks and Millinery at 137-9 State St, and he continues to appear in the directories in a like manner through 1883. The next available directory, 1895, has him as a member of the Stock Exchange and President of the Union Trust and Security, Sisterville, W VA. His home is now in Evanston, IL. At the 1896 issue of the city directory, he is also listed as President of the Fearless Oil Co. C. M. Hotchkin is listed as a Deacon of the Plymouth and South Congregational Church in Chicago during the year 1885. This combined church was formed in 1872, under the pastorate of Rev W. A. Bartlett, and located at Wabash Ave and Eldridge Court. A C. H. Hotchkin is recorded as a Master of the Lakeside Masonic Lodge #739 for the year 1880.

His Middle name Marion is given on his son Paul's Death Certificate but he was usually called Charles Marion or C. M.6
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Children of Charles Marion Hotchkin and Emma Louise Palmer

Citations

  1. [S496] Jennette Hovey Hotchkin and many of her descendants, Hovey Family Bible, Bible gives the complete date.
  2. [S430] Marriage Emma Palmer & Marion C. Hotchkin, Syracuse Journal.
  3. [S289] Obituary of Marion Charles Hotchkin, Chicago Historical Society Card File, This card file calls him a well know Chicago businessman. Died on trip to Wisconsin.
  4. [S832] Death of Charles M. Hotchkin, Chicago Tribune.
  5. [S833] Obituary of Charles M. Hotchkin, Waterville Times.
  6. [S802] Charles M Hotchkin visits Parents, Waterville Times.

Charles Melvin Hotchkin

M, (14 October 1869 - 15 November 1937)
     Charles Melvin Hotchkin was born on 14 October 1869 at Concord, Jackson County, MI, USA. He was the son of Edwin Andy (Edward) Hotchkin and Rufina U. (Rue) Todd. Charles Melvin Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1870 at Spring Arbor, Jackson County, MI, USA. The census lists the family as: Charles M. Hotchkin. He married Ella L. Bateman at Concord, Jackson County, MI, on 6 September 1894. Their marriage record says that they had both been married once before. They were married by Edwin French MG, the marriage witnessed by Sarah French..1 Charles Melvin Hotchkin died on 15 November 1937 at Spring Arbor, Jackson County, MI, at age 68. He was buried at Spring Arbor Cemetery, at Spring Arbor, Jackson County, MI, USA. Lot 420, Grave #4.

     The Compiler has an undated newspaper clipping that describes a serious accident resulting in a fractured skull caused by an emery wheel breaking and hiting him in the head. Mrs Beverly Schwartz of Spring Arbor says that in the early 1900's he worked for her grandfather (Edward Crase) in the upper pennisula near Lexton, MI, in the lumber business making broom handles and railroad ties. She says that the head accident happened at that time and that he lost an eye and lived with a large dent in his forehead.

He was called Charlie by the family.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Child of Charles Melvin Hotchkin and Ella L. Bateman

Citations

  1. [S462] Michigan Marriage Records 1868 - 1925.

Charles Myron Hotchkin

M, (29 June 1858 - 10 September 1863)
     Charles was born at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, MI, USA, on 29 June 1858. Birth calculated from age at death of 5 yr - 2 mo - 12 days.. He was the son of Thomas H. Hotchkin and Mary Ann (Molly) Brown. Charles Myron Hotchkin died on 10 September 1863 at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, MI, at age 5.1 He was buried at Fairview Cemetery, at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, MI, USA.
Last Edited=10 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S366] Charles Myron Hotchkin Obituary, Michigan Argus.

Charles P. Hotchkin

M, (1836 - 1890)
     Charles P. Hotchkin was born in 1836 at NY, USA.1 He was the son of Noah B. Hotchkin and Emeline L. Monroe. Charles P. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1855 at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: NY State Census, Paris, Oneida Co., NY, Pg 10; Hotchkin, Charles, Emaline, Sarah, Mary, Frances.. He married Maria Anne Chapman at NY circa 1866. He resided at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, in 1875. Charles P. Hotchkin died in 1890 at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY.2 He was buried at Sauquoit Valley Cemetery, at Clayville, Oneida County, NY, USA.

     The 1850 and 1860 Census of Paris, Oneida Co., NY finds him living with the family of Charles and Harriet Monroe, born 1814 and 1810 respectively. He is still with the Monroe family at the 1870 Census but has a wife and child. His mother, Emeline, in her Will, leaves $300 to Mary M. in trust; for the care of her oldest son, Charles P. This Will was dated 26 April 1890; a codicil to the Will, dated 8 July 1891 says that Charles is now dead.
Last Edited=14 May 2016

Child of Charles P. Hotchkin and Maria Anne Chapman

Citations

  1. [S163]
  2. [S520] Emeline L. Marre Hotchkin, vol 519, pg 122 1895, Paris, NY, According to his mother's Will, he died between 26 Apr 1890 and July 1891.

Charles Richard Hotchkin

M
     Charles Richard Hotchkin is the son of Robert Jerrold Hotchkin and Nancy Dennae Pitkin. Charles Richard Hotchkin married Kendra K. Mathis on 1 July 2000 at Bexar County, TX, USA.
Last Edited=5 May 2007

Children of Charles Richard Hotchkin and Kendra K. Mathis

Charles Towne Hotchkin

M, (16 September 1898 - 8 January 1968)
     Charles Towne Hotchkin was born on 16 September 1898 at Cook County, IL, USA.1 He was the son of William Arthur Hotchkin and Mary Ellen Dowling. He married Mary Amelia DeHart on 19 September 1922. Charles Towne Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1930 at Kellogg, Jasper County, IA, USA. The census lists the family as: Charles T. Hotchkin, 31 (1898), born in IA, father born in OH, mother in IA, drayman; wife Mary A., 30 (1899), born in IN, parents born in IN; son Neal A., 3 11/12 (1926), born in IA; son David W., 1 11/12 (1928), born in IA. He was married at age 26, she at age 25.. He died on 8 January 1968 at Kellogg, Jasper County, IA, at age 69.1 He was buried at Hazelwood Cemetery, at Grinnell, Poweshiek County, IA, USA.
Last Edited=24 Aug 2013

Children of Charles Towne Hotchkin and Mary Amelia DeHart

Citations

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

Charles Willard Hotchkin

M, (27 August 1853 - 10 August 1924)
     Charles Willard Hotchkin was born on 27 August 1853 at Pulteney, Steuben County, NY, USA. He was the son of Beriah Hervey Hotchkin and Martha Bridge Prentiss. He married Mary Kellogg at Elmira, Chemung County, NY, USA, on 27 January 1888. Charles Willard Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1920 at Cohocton, Steuben County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Charles Hotchkin, 66 (1853), NY, parents born MA, farmer; wife Mary, 56, NY, parents born CT.. He died on 10 August 1924 at Cohocton, Steuben County, NY, at age 70.1 He was buried at Glenview Cemetery, at Pulteney, Steuben County, NY, USA.

     A Charles W. Hotchkin was married on 14 January 1888 at Corning, Steuben Co., NY according to the NY Marriage Index, Cert. # 886. The wife’s name is not given in the index.
Last Edited=6 Jan 2017

Family: Charles Willard Hotchkin and Mary Kellogg

Citations

  1. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #48915.