William Hotchkiss

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Personal and Family Information

William was born about 1475 in England, the son of John Hotchkiss and Margaret Heynes.

He died before 1551 in England.

His wife is not known. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. Their three known children were Thomas (c1500-c1558), Edward (c1502-?) and Richard (c1510-c1553).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

William Hotchkiss
(c1475-<1551)

 

John Hotchkiss
(c1440-<1506)

 

William Hotchkiss
(c1405->1461)

 

William Hotchkiss
(c1380-?)

 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Margaret Heynes
(c1445-?)

 

Thomas Heynes
(c1420-?)

   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1475
Place: England
DeathBEF 1551
Place: England

Attributes

AttributeDateDescriptionDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Occupationdraper, pannarius, clothier

Notes

Note 1

!Source: Shrewsbury Burgess Roll,

Shropshire arch├Žological and parish register society,

Authors: Shrewsbury [England], Herbert Edward Forrest,

Editor: Herbert Edward Forrest,

Publisher: Printed by W.B. Walker, 1924,

Original from: the University of California,

Digitized Jun 12, 2010, 322 pages

Other possible early Hotchkiss family.

Hotchkiss.

William, of S., draper, s. John of Pulverbatch 1495 <<<<

William, of S. smith, s. Richard of Ashe, Whitchurch. 1519

Richard, of S., carpenter, s. William of Petton, husbandman. 1559.

Richard, of S., clothworker, s. Thomas, of Abbots Betton, yeoman. 1623.

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X6000_44_1_12923/

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]

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_X6000_44_1_12925/

Grants of land in Castle Pulverbatch.

Identity

Document Reference: 6001/2342/12925

System Reference: X6000/44/1/12925

Details

Level: Item

Date: 1 May 1496

Description: "Noverint universi etc." Thomas Hockkys, late of Castle Pulverbatch, releases to William Hochekys the lands which he lately purchased of Margaret Hochekys his mother in pura viduitate. Witnesses:- Thomas leighton Knight seneschal of Castle Pulverbatch, Nich. Waryng and Hugh Walker bailiffs of the Liberty of Salop, Thomas de Le, John de Botfelde, William Partriche of Smethecot. At Castle Pulverbatch, 1 May 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.

X6000/44/1/12925: Grants of land in Castle Pulverbatch. [1 May 1496]

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X6000_44_1_12928/

Grant of land in Castle Pulverbatch.

Identity

Document Reference: 6001/2342/12928

System Reference: X6000/44/1/12928

Details

Level: Item

Date: 25 Mar 1506

Description: "Sciant presentes etc." Margaret Hochekys relic of John Hochekys of Castle Pulverbatch, daughter and heir of Thomas Heynes of Wyldyrley, gives etc. to Thomas Hochekys her son, her lands etc. in Castle Pulverbatch which descended to her on the death of her father. Witnesses:- Thomas Leighton Knight seneschat, Thomas Janyns of Waliburne bailiff, Rowland Janyns of Waliburne, Thomas de le In of Botfeld, William Partriche of Wyldesley. At Castle Pulverbatch, 25 March 21 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.

X6000/44/1/12928: Grant of land in Castle Pulverbatch. [25 Mar 1506]

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X6000_44_1_12934/

Grant of lands in Castle Pulverbatch.

Identity

Document Reference: 6001/2342/12934

System Reference: X6000/44/1/12934

Details

Level: Item

Date: 9 Jul 1516

Description: "Sciant presentes etc." William Hochekis burgess and pannarius of Salop gives etc. to Richard Lewys of Westhope lands etc. in Castle Pulverbatch had of Thomas Hochekis his brother. Witnesses:- Thomas Leighton Knight and seneschat of Castle Pulverbatch, Rowland Janyns of Walyburne bailiff, Thomas Mitton, Thomas Llen of Walyburne, Thomas Taylor of Castle Pulverbatch. At Castle Pulverbatch, 9 July 8 Henry VIII.

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.

X6000/44/1/12934: Grant of lands in Castle Pulverbatch. [9 Jul 1516]

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X6000_44_1_12934/

Grant of lands in Castle Pulverbatch.

Identity

Document Reference: 6001/2342/12934

System Reference: X6000/44/1/12934

Details

Level: Item

Date: 9 Jul 1516

Description: "Sciant presentes etc." >>> William Hochekis burgess and pannarius of Salop <<< gives etc. to Richard Lewys of Westhope lands etc. in Castle Pulverbatch had of Thomas Hochekis his brother. Witnesses:- Thomas Leighton Knight and seneschat of Castle Pulverbatch, Rowland Janyns of Walyburne bailiff, Thomas Mitton, Thomas Llen of Walyburne, Thomas Taylor of Castle Pulverbatch. At Castle Pulverbatch, 9 July 8 Henry VIII.

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.

X6000/44/1/12934: Grant of lands in Castle Pulverbatch. [9 Jul 1516]

!Source: https://worldofdictionary.com/dict/latin-english/meaning/pannarius

pannarius a clothier.

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X1514_3_13_1_340/

Feoffment

Identity

Document Reference: 1514/340

System Reference: X1514/3/13/1/340

Details

Level: file

Date: 4 July 1503

Description: William Cowper of Brigenorth, weaver, grants to John Leyghton of Cotys a messuage with lands so which he has in the township and fields of Rushebury. To hold to John and his heirs and assigns forever of the chief lords of the fee for due service. Warranty.

Witnesses: Ralph Berwyke, Rector of the church of Rushbury, William Caprynter, William Hochekys, John Ward. <<<

Seal on tag.

Dorse: memo. re livery and seisin.

Docketed: 1. A dead made to John Leighton of the Coates by Cowper.

2. Rushbury, Wekys house ought to pay but ijs of Chiff & for heriet xijd & no other service nor sute of courte.

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

X1514/3: Deeds - Shropshire

X1514/3/13: RUSHBURY PARISH

X1514/3/13/1: RUSHBURY

X1514/3/13/1/340: Feoffment [4 July 1503]

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_XSB_C_1_1_1_58/

Election of officials

Identity

Document Reference: 3365/67/29v

System Reference: XSB/C/1/1/1/58

Details

Level: Piece

Date: 1497-1499

Description: Memorandum that on the Friday next after the feast of St Michael 13 Henry VII, Thomas Mitton and Edward [no surname given], bailiffs for the previous year elected 2 men from the 24 men of the council for electing the bailiffs and other officials for the following year. They elected Hugh Walker and Nicholas Waryng which Hugh and Nicholas elected

David Baker, William Grout, John Gunysdon, William Barbur, William Moyne, John Buriton, Fuloo Spurstowe, Roger Sadler, Thomas Deyor, Thomas Thomys, John Baxter, Jr, Robert Woton, Richard Hylle, John David Fletcher, Richard Breyne, Philip Lye, Richard Aspley, >>> William Hochekys <<<, William Taylor, Edward Gogh, Hugh Walker, hosier, Richard Wortley, Humphrey Dycher, Richard Lyster, Richard Purcell, 25 jurors

Roger Thornes, Roger Forster, bailiffs, Nicholas Waryng, Hugh Weympere, coroners, David Guttyns, Rogr Wyswall, Thomas Grace, William Glover, Hugh Taillor, corviser, John Wotton, 6 assessors

Hugh Phelips, sub bailiff of the commonalty, John Barton, deputy to Roger Thornes, John Barbur, deputy to Roger Forster

William Sugdon, Laurence Hosier, William Moyne, Nicholas Pontysbury, Hugh Walker, David Ireland, auditors

-Memorandum that on the Friday next after the feast of St Michael 14 Henry VII, Roger Thornes and Roger Forster, bailiffs for the previous year elected 2 men from the 24 men of the council for electing the bailiffs and other officials for the following year. They elected Richard Walys and Richard Tyllyley, which Richard and Richard elected

Roger Adams, Richard Egge, Roberrt Meylis Richard Betton de Peswyk?, Thomas ap Jenkyn, David Sykes, Roger Phelyps, John Barbur, John Lake, Thomas Goldesmyth, Robert Colle, John Adams, barker, Hugh Phelips, Roger Fletcher, William Mountford, William Bet/cheham, John Lloyt, draper, John Barton, William Leton, Hugh Bent, Richard Phelips, goldsmith, Richard Upton, wever, Roger Bucher, John Coyd, Richard Aleyn, jurors who elected

William Colle, Laurence Hosier, bailiffs

Thomas Goldesmyth, Richard Dycher, coroners

Thomas Sugdon, Richard Newenham, Richard Pope, Robert Wotton, William Barbur, Roger Luter, 6 assessors

William Smyth, butcher sub bailiff of the commonalty, Geoffrey Lyngen, deputy for William Colle, Philip Wirton, deputy for Laurence Hosier

William Sugdon, Richard Crump, John Gunysdon, Edward Hosier, Thomas Wythyford, Richard Barbur, auditors

-Memorandum that on the Friday next after the feast of St Michael 15 Henry VII, William Colle and Laurence Hosier, bailiffs for the previous year elected 2 men from the 24 men of the council for electing the bailiffs and other officials for the following year. They elected Richard Mitton and Richard Crump which Richard and Richard elected

Richard Barbur, Roger Wyswall, Thomas Grace, William Smyth, butcher, Richard Dycher, John Thomyte?, John Bayly, mercer, Robert Hanwod, David Irelond, William Glover, Roger Luter, Richard Baure, William Phelips, Hugh Taillor, corviser, Thomas Wrizt, John Meghen, William Hosier, Thomas Reynald, John Schetton, John Bedoe, Roger Don, Richard Otly, baker, Roger Smyth, Roger Forster, draper, Robert Harries, 25 jurors

Nicholas Pontysbury, John Lloyt, draper, bailiffs

William Sugdon, Richard Crump, coroners

Thomas Goldesmyth, Jr, Richard Yemon, Roger Mason, Hugh Phelips, Roger Hervy, Roger Phelyps, 5 assessors

William Wyswll, sub bailiff of the commonalty

Memorandum that Nicholas Pontysbury, one of the bailiffs of the town on the Saturday in the feast of St Thomas the Apostle, died. Therefore on the Sunday next Nicholas Waryng was elected by the 25 to complete the year.

William Colle, Laurence Hosier, Thomas Knyght, Richard Newenham, William Barbur, Richard Egge

Language: Latin

XSB: SHREWSBURY BOROUGH [PRE-1835] [c 1189-1866]

XSB/C: ADMINISTRATION OF THE BOROUGH

XSB/C/1: Corporation minutes and general records

XSB/C/1/1: Assembly and Minute books

XSB/C/1/1/1: Assembly Book no I [formerly known as A] [1372-1555]

XSB/C/1/1/1/58: Election of officials [1497-1499]