Thomas Hotchkiss

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Personal and Family Information

Thomas was born about 1477 in England, the son of John Hotchkiss and Margaret Heynes.

He died about MAY 1552 in Upton Magna, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.

His wife is not known. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. Their four known children were Adam (c1502-c1574), Thomas (c1512-1560), Sara (c1514-?) and Anna (c1516-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Thomas Hotchkiss
(c1477-c1552)

 

John Hotchkiss
(c1440-<1506)

 

William Hotchkiss
(c1405->1471)

 

William Hotchkiss
(c1380-?)

 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Margaret Heynes
(c1445-?)

 

Thomas Heynes
(c1420-?)

   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1477
Place: England
DeathABT MAY 1552
Place: Upton Magna, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Residence
Place: Alderton, Myddle, Shropshire, England

Notes

Note 1

!Source: www.findmypast.co.uk Record Transcription: Staffordshire, Dioceses Of Lichfield And Coventry Wills And Probate 1521-1860

Place Upton Magna, Shropshire, England

First name[s] Thomas

Last name Hoggekis

Year 1552

Will year 1551-52

Probate year 1552

Parish Upton Magna

County Shropshire

Country England

Series description Registered wills and original wills, administrations and inventories, 1494-1860, and, act books, 1532-1638 for Diocese of Lichfield Episcopal Consistory Court

Piece description Original wills, administrations, inventories

Piece surname range H

Piece year range 1549-1554

Record set Staffordshire, Dioceses Of Lichfield And Coventry Wills And Probate 1521-1860

Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records

Subcategory Wills & Probate

Collections from England, Great Britain

Notes: from image:

1552 May 30

Thomas Hoggekis

Upton Magns

Dated 16 March 1551/2

my Son Addam

my Son Thomas

my daughter Sarra

my daughter Anna

Roger Hoggekis my brother

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X6000_44_1_12924/

Grants of land in Castle Pulverbatch.

Identity

Document Reference: 6001/2342/12923

System Reference: X6000/44/1/12923

Details

Level: Item

Date: 1 Apr 1495

Description: "Sciant presentes etc." Thomas Helgot of Roclegot gives etc. to Thomas Hochkys of Castle Pulverbatch lands there. Witnesses:- Thomas Leighton Knight seneschal of Castle Pulverbatch, Thomas Janyns bailiff, Rowland Janyns of Wallyburne, William Thomkyns of Castle Pulverbatch, Walli Edwyn of Castle Pulverbatch. At Castle Pulverbatch. 1 April, 10 Henry VII.

X6000: SHREWSBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION [DEEDS] [12th - 20th century]

X6000/44: Phillipps manuscripts - purchased at Sotheby's sale 1938

X6000/44/1: Papers relating to Castle Pulverbatch.

X6000/44/1/12923: Grants of land in Castle Pulverbatch. [1 Apr 1495]

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X6000_44_1_12924/

Grants of land in Castle Pulverbatch.

Identity

Document Reference: 6001/2342/12924

System Reference: X6000/44/1/12924

Details

Level: Item

Date: 10 Apr 1496

Description: "Sciant presentes etc." Thomas Hochkys, late of Castle Pulverbatch, gives etc. to William his brither <<<

all his lands etc. in Castle Pulverbatch which he purchased of Margaret his mother.

Witnesses:- Thomas Leighton Knight seneschal of Castle Pulverbatch, Thomas Janyn of Wallyburn bailiff,

Rowland Janyn of Wallyburn, Thomas de Le, John de Botfeld, William Partriche of Wylderley. 10 April 11 Henry VII.

X6000: SHREWSBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION [DEEDS] [12th - 20th century]

X6000/44: Phillipps manuscripts - purchased at Sotheby's sale 1938

X6000/44/1: Papers relating to Castle Pulverbatch.

X6000/44/1/12924: Grants of land in Castle Pulverbatch. [10 Apr 1496]

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X1514_3_22_1_409/

Lease

Identity

Document Reference: 1514/409

System Reference: X1514/3/22/1/409

Details

Level: file

Date: 1487

Description: 31 May 2 Henry VII

1. Fulk Lee, son and heir of Richard Lee of Longeley, Esq.

Elizabeth his wife

Thomas Leghton, knt.

William Leghton and John Horde, gentlemen, feoffees in all the lands and tenements of Richard in the township and fields of Alderton.

2. Walter Amys of Alderton.

A messuage in the township of Alderton in which Walter now lives and one assert lying in length from Lyons banke up to the Old Parke of Weme. To hold to Walter and his heirs from the feast of St.. Michael next for the life of Walter, and after his death, for the life of one person named by Walter.

Paying to Fulk and Elizabeth 20/8 p.a.

Covenant to repair.

Power to distrain or re-enter.

Warranty.

Witnesses: John Downton of Alderton, Thomas Hochekys of the same, Thomas Draper of Burghton. <<< [adult in 1487]

Docketed: Indenture of Alderton.

Part of seal on tag.

X1514: Catalogue of the Shropshire deeds and papers of the Smythe Family of Acton Burnell [12th Century - 1914]

X1514/3: Deeds - Shropshire

X1514/3/22: MYDDLE

X1514/3/22/1: ALDERTON

X1514/3/22/1/409: Lease [1487]

!Source: https://archive.org/stream/transactionsofsh4819shro/transactionsofsh4819shro_djvu.txt

Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society VOLUME VIII., 1920-192 1.

11. SPECIFICATION OF CHANTRY-RENTS OF

ST. LEONARD'S, 155-.

The following, the endorsement of which mentions " the late ' r

Court of Augmentations, and so dates itself between 1553, when

Queen Mary abolished the Court, and 1558, when it was restored

by Elizabeth, is further limited by the mention of Roger Smyth r

who died in 1557, as still alive. Closer than this it does not seem

possible to date it. It is not strictly a Rental, though resembling

one ; more probably a return to some enquiry as to what was the

property of the Chantry, and what had become of it. It should

be noted that the total rent paid lias been already reduced to

£28 18s. 2£d., the figure at which it is quoted during the next

hundred years, and that consequently the sales to Gryce and Foster

in 1564 cannot have been part of the alienation which reduced it

from its original figure of £32 10s. &\d.

[From Hard-wick' s transcripts, in Mr. R. F. Haslewood's

possession.]

Appendices.

I RENTAL ST. Leonard's chantries, 1398. <<< from discription below probably 1498

Chantry rental Blessed Virgin Mary, John S'corum

Battista and Thomas the Martyr and Reynold off in Lye

Leonardo Bruggenorth term S'ci Michaelis Church S'ci

Archangel and the Virgin Mary Añunciacone B'te

one thousand five hundred [1500] and second year of King Henry

seventh after the conquest reign [1485 +2 = 1487].

De Thoma Hochkys pro tenemento et orto . . . . v

From >>> Thomas Hochkys <<< fot the tenement and garden

NOTE: This would appear to be from text recognition software.