Frederick L. Hotchkin

M, (8 July 1856 - 27 February 1906)
Frederick L. Hotchkin, son of John Daniel
     Frederick L. Hotchkin was born on 8 July 1856 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. He was the son of John Daniels Hotchkin and Esther Ann Wheaton. Frederick L. Hotchkin was in the Drug Business in 1889 at Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, USA, The Lain's City Directory of Brooklyn shows him in the Drug business. He resided at Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, USA, in 1890. He appeared on the census of 1900 at Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Fred H., age 43, b 7-1856 in NY; living with Peter Rickrath.. Frederick died on 27 February 1906 at New York City, New York County, NY, USA, at age 49. He died at Roosevelt Hospital.. He was buried at Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. Cemetery records say 1907.

     Frederick had a drug store in Prattsburg prior to moving to NYC to work for Practitioners Laboratory, a pharmaceutical company. He died at Roosevelt Hospital as a result of falling downstairs. The 1900 census finds him boarding at the home of Peter Rickrath, 281 President St, Brooklyn, NY.
Last Edited=14 Oct 2016

Frederick R. Hotchkin

M, (2 July 1866 - 2 November 1939)
     Frederick R. Hotchkin was born on 2 July 1866 at Sullivan County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of Nathan G. Hotchkin and Orpha Jane Everts. He married Ella Kortright at Ellenville, Ulster County, NY, USA, on 27 September 1893.2 He married Anna Lamoreaux at Hancock Twp, Delaware County, NY, USA, on 2 August 1896. They were married 3 years at the 1900 census.3 Frederick R. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1900 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Marietta (crosed out and Mary inserted) Lamorex, born Jul 1831, widow, son-in-law Fred Hotchkin, age 38, b 7-1861, 38, married 3 years, born in NY, parents born in NY; Marietta's daughter Anna Hotchkin, born Aug 1874, 25, married 3 years, no children, born NY. Lliving on Buckly St., Fred's birth date differs from date given at his marriage.. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, at Elmira, Chemung County, NY, USA. This might also be the Fred that is buried at the Orage Farm Burial Grounds #2 in Goshen, Orange County, NY. He died 2 Nov 1939. No birth date is given.. He died on 2 November 1939 at Newburgh, Orange County, NY, USA, at age 73.

     When Fred married Ella, he gave his parents names as Nathan Hotchkin and Effie Ebitts. He said that he was age 27 and born in Liberty. There is another marriage for a Fred Hotchkin, 2 August 1896 in Hancock, Delaware Co., NY, Cert. #16006. According to the 1900 census, it is likely that his second marriage was to Anna, born August 1874, daughter of Marietta Lamoreaux. This information comes from Marietta calling them daughter and son-in-law at the 1900 census.
Last Edited=7 Jun 2017

Family: Frederick R. Hotchkin and Ella Kortright

Family: Frederick R. Hotchkin and Anna Lamoreaux

Citations

  1. [S258] Tuttle Family Bible.
  2. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 17938.
  3. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File #16006.

Gail Hotchkin1

F, (1 November 1953 - 28 September 1974)
     Gail Hotchkin was born on 1 November 1953 at Trenton, Mercer County, NJ, USA.2 She was the daughter of Leonard Harvey Hotchkin and Anne Gail Thomas. Gail Hotchkin died on 28 September 1974 at Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, FL, USA, at age 20.2,3 She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, at Trenton, Mercer County, NJ, USA. Her body was cremated..
Last Edited=13 Nov 2013

Citations

  1. [S459] Lois Gahn Hotchkin, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014, SS #158-46-2269. Death Index show death in Pompano Beach, Broward Co, FL.
  3. [S489] Florida Death Index 1877 to 1998.

Gale Lynn Hotchkin

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     Gale Lynn Hotchkin is the daughter of Walter James Hotchkin Jr. and Vonna Mae Baylis. Gale Lynn Hotchkin married Harold Clayton James in 1979.
Last Edited=15 Jul 2012

Children of Gale Lynn Hotchkin and Harold Clayton James

Garrett Hotchkin1

M, (1 June 1875 - 19 May 1877)
     Garrett Hotchkin was born on 1 June 1875 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA. He was the son of Albert T. Hotchkin and Philena Krum. Garrett Hotchkin died on 19 May 1877 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, at age 1. He was buried at Hodge Cemetery, at Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=23 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. [S262] Earl E. Hotchkin, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.

Gary Hotchkin

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     Gary Hotchkin is the son of Orville Henry Hotchkin and Ione Myrle Twedt. Gary Hotchkin married Valerie A. Jennings circa 1982 at SD, USA.
Last Edited=20 Jan 2007

Gary Hotchkin

M, (1 November 1953 - 15 January 2010)
Gary Hotchkin
     Gary Hotchkin was born on 1 November 1953 at Trenton, Mercer County, NJ, USA. He was the son of Leonard Harvey Hotchkin and Anne Gail Thomas. He married Kathy Fusco circa 1994. He resided at Dickson, Dickson County, TN, USA, in August 1999. Gary Hotchkin died on 15 January 2010 at Charlotte, Dickson County, TN, USA, at age 56.1 He was buried . Findagrave.com Memorial #47068937, body cremated.

     Gary and Gail are twins.
Last Edited=23 Mar 2017

Child of Gary Hotchkin and Kathy Fusco

Citations

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

Gary Douglas Hotchkin

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     Gary Douglas Hotchkin is the son of Roger Douglas Hotchkin and La Vaughn Bertha Beltz. He married Donna Lee From on 21 February 1969.1
Last Edited=20 Jun 2012

Citations

  1. [S1234] Jackson County Missouri Marriage Records 1840 to 2011.

Gary Lee Hotchkin

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     Gary Lee Hotchkin is the son of Leo Dixon Hotchkin and Grace G. Brand. He married Sandra Mae Word at MI, USA, on 11 September 1965.1 Gary Lee Hotchkin and Sandra Mae Word were divorced on 2 March 1983 at Broward County, FL, USA.1,2 He married Wendy B. Bartholomew at West Hartford, Hartford County, CT, USA, on 11 August 1984.3
Last Edited=22 Jun 2012

Children of Gary Lee Hotchkin and Sandra Mae Word

Family: Gary Lee Hotchkin and Wendy B. Bartholomew

Citations

  1. [S107] Grace Brand Hotchkin, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.
  2. [S622] Florida Divorce Index 1927- 2001.
  3. [S475] Connecticut Marriage Index 1959-2001.

Gary Patrick Hotchkin

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     Gary Patrick Hotchkin is the son of George Wheeler Hotchkin and Mary Lee Gibbons. He married Barbara Jean Cardner at Palm Beach County, FL, USA, on 28 March 1981.1
Last Edited=31 Jan 2010

Children of Gary Patrick Hotchkin and Barbara Jean Cardner

Citations

  1. [S614] Florida Marriages 1822 - 1875 and 1927- 2001 and 1980 to 2010.

Gary Robert Hotchkin

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     Gary Robert Hotchkin is the son of Donald Dale Hotchkin and Dolores Joyce Shipski. He married Mary Cranson at Grand Ledge, Eaton County, MI, USA, on 12 April 1985.
Last Edited=29 Jan 2007

Children of Gary Robert Hotchkin and Mary Cranson

Gavin Hotchkin

M
     Gavin Hotchkin is the son of Chad Aric Hotchkin and Melissa A. Hyer.
Last Edited=27 Aug 2005

George Hotchkin

M, (1 December 1842 - circa 1843)
     George Hotchkin was born on 1 December 1842 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA. He was the son of Joshua Francis (James) Hotchkin and Lydia Novill Grant. George Hotchkin died circa 1843 at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY.
Last Edited=19 May 1999

George Augustus Hotchkin

M, (December 1852 - 6 October 1902)
     George Augustus Hotchkin was born in December 1852 at NY, USA. He was the son of George Nelson Hotchkin and Elizabeth Converse Bixby. George Augustus Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1880 at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, George A., age 27; with his father, brother and sisters.. He married Alice E. Merritt at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, on 17 December 1885.1 He resided at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA, in 1890. George Augustus Hotchkin died on 6 October 1902 at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, at age 49.2,3 He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA. Sec L, Lot 68.4

     George A. Hotchkin and his wife Alice Merritt are listed in Talcott. George bought land in Ann Arbor, MI on 2 Nov 1877 and the Deed says that he was from Rochester, NY; however, there is no evidence of his having lived in Michigan. George A. Hotchkin first appears in the 1875 Rochester City Directory as a Civil Engineer at City Hall and living with his parents at 4 Hubbell Park. In some directories, he is shown as a partner with his brother Frank and his father George N. The 1885 and 1886 directories have him as (McCormick and Hotchkin) with their business at 326 State St, and in 1887, he is listed as a Mason, business address at 11 N. Fitzhugh. The 1889 through 1902 directories show him at City Hall, called a Civil Engineer and Superintendent of Water Works. At the 1900 census, he was living at 1112 Ambrose St., Rochester, NY with his wife, mother-inlaw Agusta A. Merritt and a sister Frances Gilford (which may be Elizabeth F. Hotchkin).
     George was the Superintendent of the Water Works. An article in the Rochester Union and Advertiser, dated, 4 May 1893 says, "George A. Hotchkin of Chief Engineer Kuichling's staff has returned after a trip over the line of the Hemlock conduit. He makes trips of this kind several times a year. On this occasion he started Monday morning and drove to a point two and a half miles this side of Rush. The conduit lies alongside of the road during that stretch, but at the point mentioned it leaves the road and goes across fields and farms. He walked the remainder of the distance to Hemlock Lake in order to inspect the entire line. Monday night he stopped at Honeye Falls and Tuesday night at Richmond Mills, reaching the lake yesterday. Mr. Hotchkin says the conduit is in perfect order. There were no leaks and everything was found all right."
     George's obituary published in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, dated Tuesday, 7 Oct 1902; says, "he died suddenly while at lunch with City Engineer Fisher. A doctor was called when he had what seemed to be and attack of indigestion. He was taken to St. Mary's Hospital where he died within an hour and one/half. It was not known what caused his death but being a full-bodied fleshy man, it was thought that apoplexy, coupled with asthma, from which he suffered, was responsible for the attack." George was buried in a Masonic funeral service. The obituary says that be was born at Caledonia in 1853 and his family moved to Rochester when he was an infant. George and Alice lived at 4 Calumet St. in Rochester at the time of his death.5
Last Edited=30 Dec 2013

Family: George Augustus Hotchkin and Alice E. Merritt

Citations

  1. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 15454.
  2. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #37545.
  3. [S809] Obituary of George A. Hotchkin, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
  4. [S817] Funeral of George A. Hotchkin, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
  5. [S537] George A. Hotchkin Obituary, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

George E. Hotchkin

M, (25 April 1864 - 7 March 1917)
     George E. Hotchkin was born on 25 April 1864 at Charlotte Village, Niagara County, NY, USA. He was the son of Noah Frank Hotchkin and Evilena Ann Granville. He married Louie May Kennedy at Niles, Berrien County, MI, USA, on 15 December 1886. George E. Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1910 at Minden, Kearney County, NE, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkins, G. E. (George E.), 45 (1864), NY, married once, 24 years, born NY, Miller, parents born NY; wife L. M. (Lois May), 43, married once, 24 years, 5 children, 4 living, MI, father born Canada, mother born OH; son A. E. (Aubrey Earl), 21, single, MI, Miller; dau M. B. (Neva Blossom), 20 Single, MI, Musician; son C. L. (Cecil Lloyd), 14, Single, NE; daughter L. A. (Lois Amy), 7, Single, NE.. He died on 7 March 1917 at Sturgis, Meade County, SD, USA, at age 52. Death location has never been confirmed.. He was buried at Minden Cemetery, at Minden, Kearney County, NE, USA.

     Berrien Co. Vitals as copied by LDS show his marriage to Louie May Kennedy on 15 December 1886, he was from Sodus MI, she from Navonie MI, his occupation was as a Miller, they were married by Rev Myers, both said that they lived in Niles, Berrien Co., Mi. The 1870 census finds him living with his parents in Leslie, Rives Twp., Jackson Co., MI. George was the oldest of the children that were with his parents in the 1880 census of Charlotteville, Newfane Twp., Niagara Co., NY.
     A History of Sherman Co., NE says that he operated the flour mill on Dead Horse Creek, Loup City, after he succeeded Alfred Anderson who was the Miller in 1895. This statement goes on to say that at some times George was a Minister and later the operator of the St. Elmo Hotel in Loup City. The Mill burned on 3 October 1899 and according to the newspapers (Times, October 3 1899) there was talk of arson but no one was charged. On 8 December 1899, George E. Hotchkin received a parcel of land from John Pahl by Quit Claim Deed for the sum of $10. The Grantor lived in Chicago and George was living in Loup City. The History of Sherman Co, NE describes him as from Arcadia, Valley Co., NE but the Compiler couldn't locate any information there. It is known from land records that he also lived in Central City, NE. Several newspaper articles appear about George and his Mills in Tecumseh and Minden, NE during 1909.
Last Edited=23 Oct 2016

Children of George E. Hotchkin and Louie May Kennedy

George F. Hotchkin

M, (circa 1860 - )
     George F. Hotchkin was born circa 1860 at NY, USA. He married Wife Unknown at Fulton, Oswego County, NY, USA, on 7 November 1888.1

     George is known only from the NY State Marriage Index which shows a marriage on 7 November 1888 in Fulton, Oswego Co., NY, file #18037.
Last Edited=20 Apr 2017

Family: George F. Hotchkin and Wife Unknown

Citations

  1. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # not recorded.

George Frederick Hotchkin

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     George Frederick Hotchkin is the son of Harry Vance Hotchkin and Louise Katherine Lang. George Frederick Hotchkin married Betty Jeanne Morse on 19 February 1952 at Logan, Cache County, UT, USA. They met at Utah State College where George majored in Math and Science and she majored in English.
Marriage shown in Utah Vol 22, pg 610, Cert #805..
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Children of George Frederick Hotchkin and Betty Jeanne Morse

George Frederick Hotchkin Jr.

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     George Frederick Hotchkin Jr. is the son of George Frederick Hotchkin and Betty Jeanne Morse.
Last Edited=11 Feb 2008

George Grant Hotchkin

M, (16 December 1909 - 22 July 1989)
     George Grant Hotchkin was born on 16 December 1909 at Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of William Mead Hotchkin and Pearl May Grant. He married Marguerite Osterhout at Liberty, Sullivan County, NY, USA, on 31 December 1939.2 George Grant Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1940 at Neversink, Sullivan County, NY. The census lists the family as: George Hotchkin, Head, age 30 born 1910 in NY, lived in Neversink in 1935, laborer at homes; wife Marguerite, age 21 born 1919 in NY.. He was buried at Grahamsville Rural Cemetery, at Grahamsville, Sullivan County, NY, USA. He died on 22 July 1989 at Sullivan County, NY, USA, at age 79.3
Last Edited=21 Dec 2012

Child of George Grant Hotchkin and Marguerite Osterhout

Citations

  1. [S148] New York Birth Index, File #61001|listed only as a male child.
  2. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 41903.
  3. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.

George Jeffery Hotchkin1

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     George Jeffery Hotchkin is the son of Eugene George Hotchkin and Beverly Hawkins.
Last Edited=2 Feb 2007

Citations

  1. [S48] Marjorie Hotchkin & Lila Wythe, Michigan Hotchkin Family Reunion Notes.

George Luther Hotchkin

M, (23 July 1876 - 3 January 1935)
     George Luther Hotchkin was born on 23 July 1876 at Sullivan County, NY, USA. Gravestone gives the year as 1875. He was the son of Luther B. Hotchkin and Fanny Twaddell. He married Maude M. Forrest at Sherburne, Chenango County, NY, USA, on 19 September 1900.1 George Luther Hotchkin was a Dairyman in 1910. He appeared on the census of 1910 at Ancram, Columbia County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: George L. Hotchkin, 34, m 1, 10 yr, b NY; wife Maude, 30, m 1, 30, b NY, par Scot & Eng; son Forest L., 9, S, b NY; dau Marian K., 7, S, b NY; father Luther, 74, m 3, 6 yr, b NY, pars CT; both were Creamery workers.. He resided at Ancram, Columbia County, NY, in 1910. He died on 3 January 1935 at Norwich, Chenango County, NY, USA, at age 58.2 He was buried at Maplewood Cemetery, at Mount Upton, Chenango County, NY, USA.

     Audrey Carver collected the information on this individual. George L. worked for many years for Borden Dairies and moved often, he ultimately opened a dairy of his own in Norwich, NY which was known as the Hotchkin Dairy and Creamery. The Hotchkin family of Cassville, NY have told the compiler that they have a milk bottle with the Hotchkin Dairy name on it.
     He also was Superintendent at the Acram Lead Mines and later promoted to another position at the lead mines near Edmonston, Otsego County, NY.
Last Edited=11 Aug 2016

Children of George Luther Hotchkin and Maude M. Forrest

Citations

  1. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 17170.
  2. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #596.

George M. Hotchkin1

M, (24 June 1837 - 22 October 1862)
     George M. Hotchkin was born on 24 June 1837 at Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, NY, USA. He was the son of Heman Hotchkin and Mary Hitchcock. George M. Hotchkin was a Pri, andserved in 114th NY Volunteers, during the Civil War. Died by cutting off toe while home on leave. He married Ophelia Adelaide La Selle at Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, NY, on 26 December 1860.2 George M. Hotchkin died on 22 October 1862 at Lebanon, Madison County, NY, USA, at age 25.3,4,5 He was buried at Campbell Burying Grounds, at Lebanon, Madison County, NY, USA.6

     According to the burial records, George cut off a toe and died from the effects. George and Ophelia had no children according to the Brewster Family Genealogy. They were storekeepers in Lebanon.7
Last Edited=7 Feb 2016

Family: George M. Hotchkin and Ophelia Adelaide La Selle

Citations

  1. [S54] Emma C. Brewster Jones, The Brewster Genealogy 1566-1907, pg 1165, Brewster Gen, says that there were no children.
  2. [S54] Emma C. Brewster Jones, The Brewster Genealogy 1566-1907, pg 1165.
  3. [S158] Vaughn B. Milliron, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin, Cordelia Valencourt's notes.
  4. [S54] Emma C. Brewster Jones, The Brewster Genealogy 1566-1907, pg 1165, says died 1 Oct 1862.
  5. [S1171] Death of George M. Hotchkin by Toe Cutoff, Oneida Weekly Herald, Newspaper says that George cut toe off chopping wood last Wednesday which would be October 22 based on the Tuesday October 28 1862 newspaper.
  6. [S328] Campbell Burying Grounds, Hitchcock Plot.
  7. [S54] Emma C. Brewster Jones, The Brewster Genealogy 1566-1907.

George M. Hotchkin1

M, (1825 - 28 January 1887)
     George was born at NY, USA, in 1825. He is age 45 athe 1870 census and 52 at the 1880 census.. He was the son of George Mead Hotchkin and Harriet Curtis. He married Susan T. Unknown at Chatham, Columbia County, NY, USA, before 1867. George M. Hotchkin was employed circa 1870 as a Fireman and a Sheriff. He appeared on the census of 1870 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Geo M., age 45; b NY, police officer; wife Susan, age 36, b NY; son Willie, age 3, b NY. Pg 5, Line 19, Fam 40.. He died on 28 January 1887 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY.

     George held a number of jobs in Troy during his later years. He was a watchman, a constable in the 4th Ward, a fireman and a deputy sheriff. The 1886 Troy City Directory has George working at 331 River, next to the 333 River address of Albert L., and living at 7 Harrison Pl where his son William G. is boarding. At the 1887-88 directory, is is listed as having died on 28 Jan, 1887, and Mrs George Hotchkin and son William G., a clerk, are living at 7 Harrison.
Last Edited=10 Mar 2008

Child of George M. Hotchkin and Susan T. Unknown

Citations

  1. [S340] City Directories 1863-1887.

George Mead Hotchkin1,2

M, (1798 - 17 June 1847)
     George Mead Hotchkin was born in 1798.3 He was the son of George M. Hodgkin and Sarah Unknown. He married Harriet Curtis at Middlebury, Addison County, VT, USA, on 1 January 1824. Thomas A. Merrill, Minister.4 George Mead Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1830 at Chatham, Columbia County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: George M. Hotchkin, 1 male under 5, 1 male 5 to 10, 1 male 30 to 40; 1 female 15 to 20, 1 female 20 to 30.. He lived in 1846 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA. A biography in Troy history gives this date. He died on 17 June 1847 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY. His biogphy said that he died one year after moving to Troy and his wife survivied him by only 6 weeks..3

     He is listed in the 1840 census of Chatham, Columbia Co., NY with a wife, 3 male children and one female child. The obituary of his son Albert L. Sr in the Seattle Post Intelligence gives the family relationship and says that Albert is the youngest of three boys. George was a tax collector in Chatham during the years 1833, 1834 and 1836 according to the History of Columbia County New York. The History of Rensselaer County says that he settled in Columbia County about 1830 and married Harriet Curtis of VT, and they reared a family of three sons and one daughter. He was a farmer by occupation, in politics a Whig. He moved to Troy in 1846 and died the following year at age 53, according to his sons biography; but according to George's obituary, he was age 48 when he died.
Last Edited=9 Oct 2016

Children of George Mead Hotchkin and Harriet Curtis

Citations

  1. [S77] Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, History of Rensselaer County, New York.
  2. [S132] Capt Benjamin F. Ellis, History of Columbia County NY, pg 285.
  3. [S326] Obituary George M. Hotchkin, Daily Whig.
  4. [S1280] Vermont Vital Records 1720 to 1908.

George Mead Hotchkin

M, (25 July 1890 - 15 August 1976)
     George Mead Hotchkin was born on 25 July 1890 at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of William George Hotchkin and Hellena (Lena) Elizabeth Mehler. He resided at Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, in 1907. He married Mary Lorette Turner at Watervliet, Albany County, NY, USA, on 19 June 1912. George Mead Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1920 at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, Geo., age 29, b NY, President of Watervliet Travel; wife Mary L., age 29, b NY; dau Mary L., age 6, b NY; dau Jeanette, age 1 1/12, b NY; dau Josephine, age 1 1/12, b NY; grand father Simear Mullins, b Ireland; Jeanette and Josephine must be twins.. He married Madelyn Lourdes Allen at Cohoes, Albany County, NY, USA, on 9 April 1928.2 George Mead Hotchkin was employed in 1948 as a Machinist. He died on 15 August 1976 at Cohoes, Albany County, NY, at age 86. His obituary gives a death date of Sunday evening 17 August..1,3 He was buried at Saint Josephs Cemetery, at Waterford, Saratoga County, NY, USA.

     George and Madeline are listed in the 1962 Cohoes City Directory, living at 196 Dartmouth. Madeline is in the 1971 directory but not in the 1972.
Last Edited=1 Mar 2017

Children of George Mead Hotchkin and Mary Lorette Turner

Child of George Mead Hotchkin and Madelyn Lourdes Allen

Citations

  1. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014, SS #714-12-4278.
  2. [S149] New York Marriage Index, File # 4363, married by Catholic Priest C J Vaughn and witnessed by Mary L Hotchkin & Walter H. Paris.
  3. [S956] Death of George M. Hotchkin, The Times Record.

George Myron Hotchkin

M, (May 1885 - 25 May 1928)
     George Myron Hotchkin was born in May 1885 at Oneida County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of Myron F. Hotchkin and Julia E. Tripp. He married Maybelle J. Hanson at Clayville, Oneida County, NY, USA, on 15 January 1908.2 George Myron Hotchkin was a Farmer circa 1915. He and Maybelle J. Hanson were divorced in 1915 at NY, USA.3 He married Flora E. Johnson at Welland, Welland County, Ontario, Canada, on 3 February 1918. George Myron Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1920 at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: George Hotchkin, 34 (1885), NY, parents born in NY, owns property free and clear, wife Flora, 36, NY, parents born NY; dau Reba, 2, NY.. He died on 25 May 1928 at Utica, Oneida County, NY, USA.4 He was buried at Sauquoit Valley Cemetery, at Clayville, Oneida County, NY, USA.1

     The 1900 census of Bridgewater Twp., Oneida Co., NY shows him with his parents Myron and Julie E. His son George says that dad was a farmer all his life. His birth and death dates were established by his gravestone in Sauquoit Valley Cemetery, Paris, NY Oneoda Co. Index, Vol 1, Pg 1, #5. A Will dated 11 June 1928 recognizes his mother Julia E. Hotchkin and wife Flora E. Hotchkin. At the time of his fathers death in 1915, he was living in Niagara Falls, NY.
Last Edited=20 Jan 2015

Family: George Myron Hotchkin and Maybelle J. Hanson

Children of George Myron Hotchkin and Flora E. Johnson

Citations

  1. [S163] , gravestone says 1885 - 1928, viewed and photographed by Compiler.
  2. [S446] NY Marriage Licenses, vol 1, pg 1, #5, 1908 15 jan 1908.
  3. [S1244] Divorce George M and Mable J Hotchkin, Rome Daily Sentinel.
  4. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #30039.

George Myron (Mike) Hotchkin1

M, (17 January 1922 - 14 January 2000)
     George Myron (Mike) Hotchkin was born on 17 January 1922 at Cassville, Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, USA.2 He was the son of George Myron Hotchkin and Flora E. Johnson. He married Dorothy Eileen Rohl at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, on 22 August 1942. Date from wedding announcement.. He resided at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, in 1992, at Cassville. George Myron (Mike) Hotchkin died on 14 January 2000 at Paris Twp, Oneida County, NY, at age 77.2 He was buried at Sauquoit Valley Cemetery, at Clayville, Oneida County, NY, USA.

     This information came from George and his wife Dorothy. They say that he was named G. Myron and later change it to George. George has operated busineses all his life, gas station, farm supplies and refrigerator sales.
Name Mike comes from the Waterville Times.3
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Children of George Myron (Mike) Hotchkin and Dorothy Eileen Rohl

Citations

  1. [S330] Dorothy Rohl Hotchkin, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014, SS #706-09-3408.
  3. [S810] Birthdays George and Flora Hotchkin, Waterville Times.

George Nelson Hotchkin1

M, (4 May 1825 - 16 November 1895)
     George Nelson Hotchkin was born on 4 May 1825 at Caledonia, Livingston County, NY, USA. He was the son of Augustus Hotchkin and Adeline Nelson. He married Elizabeth Converse Bixby at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA, on 3 September 1848.2 George Nelson Hotchkinserved during the Civil War. Reference: The 1869-1870 Directory of Monroe County, NY show that Augustus and George N. had adjacent farms. in 1869 at Brighton, Monroe County, NY, USA. He appeared on the census of 1880 at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, George N., age 55, b NY, no occupation, f b CT, m b NY; son George A., age 27, b NY, Surveyor; son Frank, age 23, b NY, law student; dau Eliz. C., age 18, b NY, Keeping House; dau Anna, age 13, b PA, at home; dau Julia, age 11, b NY; dau Hattie, age 8, b NY; mother-in-law Fanny Bixby, age 80, b CT; Jessie Mowet, age 45, born in CAN, parents born in SCOT.. He lived in 1892 at Brighton, Monroe County, NY. Listed as a farmer, farming 53 acres.

     An article in the Indiana Democrat dated April 1, 1895 says that the Hotchkin sisters: Eliza, Anna, Julia and Hattie put on an agreeable and wonderful exibittion at the Third Presbyterian Church. The instruments were Violins, guitars, Mandolin, Sither, Bells and Xylophone.
Another article in the Elyria Weekly Republican of Elyria, NY comments particularly on the whistling of Annie.
He died on 16 November 1895 at Elizabeth, Union County, NJ, USA, at age 70. George's death was announced in the Stevens Point Journal. He is refered to as the last servivor of 4 brothers who were famous for their traveling Bell Ringing shows. The article is headlined Elizabeth, NJ..3,4 He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA. Sec L, Lot 62.

     According to Old Days in Caledonia, George’s family was a musical troupe that, in the 1880’s, toured and acted all over the Eastern and Southern United States. The members of this troupe were his children, Frank, Elizabeth, Anna, Julia, and Hattie. From tracing the recorded deeds it was found that George and Elizabeth were living in Monroe Co., NY by 1860. George was involved in local politics in Rochester, NY and was an alderman for many years and a volunteer fireman with Genesee Hose Co., Number 8. The Rochester Union and Advertiser has a story regarding George receiving a hand carved, gold headed cane from Hose Co. No. 8 on 31 Oct 1861. George had a license to cut and sell ice from the river for many years. In April 1864 he moved to Titusville, PA to open a wholesale and retail liquor business, according to an article in the Union American. George volunteered for service in the Union Army from Sangerfield, NY and enlisted in Co. I, 26th Infantry, NY Volunteers, on 4 January 1862, at Utica, NY. George’s obituary published in the Rochester Union and Advertiser said that he died Saturday, at his home in Elizabeth, NJ, age 70 years. The story relates his volunteer fire experience and says that he was first with the celebrated Torrent, No. 2 team before joining Hose Group No. 8. George’s businesses were described as cattle shipping to the seaports and ice cutting on the river. He appears in the Rochester City Directories for the years 1869 through 1885. First, operating a Fancy Store and then in 1871 he is listed as in the ice business with a partner, George Toombs. His business address was 51 Mt. Hope and his home, 53 Mt. Hope. Later he is at 37 Mt. Hope and in 1875 his business is listed at 175 Exchange and his home at 4 Hubbell. Starting in 1876, his home is listed as 30 Adams, and this directory shows his son Frank as a business partner. At all the addresses he is boarding his brother’s Albert and Alfred. The 188485 Directory calls him a farmer with an address on N. Magnolia St.
Last Edited=7 Jun 2017

Children of George Nelson Hotchkin and Elizabeth Converse Bixby

Citations

  1. [S62] Samuel W. Durant, History of Oneida County, New York, p 520.
  2. [S182] DAR Cemetery Book, vol 19, pg 287, copied from Rochester newspaper.
  3. [S812] Obituary of George N. Hotchkin, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
  4. [S509] Obituary George Nelson Hotchkin of Elizabeth, NJ, Stevens Point Journal.

George Nicholas Hotchkin1

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     George Nicholas Hotchkin is the son of Michael George Hotchkin and Barbara Simmons Claflin.
Last Edited=31 Jul 2015

Citations

  1. [S260] Gary Hotchkin, Compiler Edgar Hotchkin.

George Putnam Hotchkin

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     George Putnam Hotchkin was born on 2 September 1838 at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, USA.1 He was the son of Mark Caldwell (M. C.) Hotchkin and Catherine M. Springer. George Putnam Hotchkin was a Private, andserved in Batt'y C, 3rd NY Art'y, during the Civil War.2 He married Melissa Collins at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, circa 1864.2 He married Mariah Mann at Syracuse, Onondaga County, NY, USA, on 25 December 1867.2 George Putnam Hotchkin appeared on the census of 1870 at Sangerfield, Oneida County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Hotchkin, George, age 32, harness maker, b NY, wife Maria, age 22, b Eng., son Frank, age 1; and an unrelated female.. He resided at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, in 1900. He died on 12 July 1908 at Waterville, Oneida County, NY, at age 69.3,4,5,6,7 He was buried at Walnut Hills Cemetery, at Brookline, Norfolk County, MA, USA. Buried with his daughter Adelaide Mason..

     George was a lifetime resident of the Waterville area in Oneida Co., NY and a Saddler by trade. He joined the Union Army at Elmira, NY on 14 May 1861 in Co. I, 26th Infantry Regt, New York Volunteers as a Corporal. He was discharged at Utica, NY as a Sergeant on 28 May 1863 then he reenlisted on 28 March 1864 as a Private in Battery C, 3rd Light Artillery, New York Volunteers and was honorably discharged at Syracuse, NY on 14 July 1865. During his first enlistment he was wounded in the head and the left hip by buckshot, in a battle near Fredrickburg, VA on 13 December 1862. The files show him taken to a hospital at Falmouth. In one of George's Pension applications he says, "I cannot tell just where I incurred disease of heart and liver, but never suffered from them, to my knowledge, before 1863; but have been troubled with them since 1864 or 1865. They are not due to vicious habits and in my opinion are permanent." In another Pension Application, dated 5 May 1902, he said that he was a Heel Finisher in a shoe factory, that his height was 5 feet, 4 1/2 inches, eyes black and hair black-gray, his complexion was dark and he identified scars as a gun shot wound on his left side above the hip. A pension document dated 28 May 1901 identifies his three children and gives their dates of birth.
     George P. Hotchkin was the Grantee of two properties in 1878, Oneida Co; Libr 379, pg 138, dated 20 May from Nettie Mueready and the second, Libr 379, pg 140 from Geo. H. Mueready by Guardian.
     The 1869 Gazetteer and Business Directory of Oneida Co. lists George P. as a manufacturer and dealer of trunks and home blankets, located at the corner of Main and White streets.
His middle name is found in his wife's obituary.
Last Edited=5 Apr 2017

Family: George Putnam Hotchkin and Melissa Collins

Children of George Putnam Hotchkin and Mariah Mann

Citations

  1. [S496] Jennette Hovey Hotchkin and many of her descendants, Hovey Family Bible.
  2. [S252] George P. Hotchkin Civil War Pension File #671466 & 1136817.
  3. [S252] George P. Hotchkin Civil War Pension File #671466 & 1136817, and revised file 1136817.
  4. [S59] New York Death Index 1880 to 1956, File #30457.
  5. [S811] Obituary of George P. Hotchkin, Utica Daily Press.
  6. [S822] Obituary of George P. Hotchkin, Waterville Times.
  7. [S823] Obituary of George P. Hotchkin, Utica Daily Press.