John Hotchkiss

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Personal and Family Information

John was born about 1640 in Shropshire, England, the son of Richard Hotchkiss and Cecile Littleton.

His wife was Mary. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. Their two known children were James (1669-?) and Thomas (c1690-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

John Hotchkiss
(c1640-?)

 

Richard Hotchkiss
(c1595-c1645)

 

William Hotchkiss
(c1556->1608)

 

Roger Hotchkiss
(c1530-1586)

+
   

Alicia
(c1530-c1589)

 
   

Jane Bromely
(c1551-?)

 

John Bromely
(c1520-?)

 
     
 
 
   

Cecile Littleton
(c1600-?)

 

Thomas Littleton
(c1580-?)

   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1640
Place: Shropshire, England
Residence
Place: Ockendon

Notes

Note 1

!Notes: Of North Ockenden [the home of Audrey, wife of Sir Adam Littleton, his uncle] in Essex.

!Source: Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society [Great Britain]. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society [Kindle Locations 3428-3435]. Shrewsbury [etc.]

He [Richard] married Cecilie, daughter of Thomas Littleton, of Stoke St.. Milburgh, by whom he had,... John, the second son, was of North Ockenden [the home of Audrey, wife of Sir Adam Littleton, his uncle] in Essex; his son Thomas Hotchkis, of North Ockenden,...

!Source: http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X3614_1_4_39/

Deed re Hopewood, Sidbury, Astley Abbots

Identity

Document Reference: 3614/1/143

System Reference: X3614/1/4/39

Details

Level: File

Date: 1661

Description: Indenture of a fine between [1] Sir Henry Littleton. Baronet and Thomas Tyrer, Gent and [2] Henry Bromley, Esq and John Bromley, Esq

concerning manors and lands in Hockes Wood, Sidbury and Astley. [2 parts].

Michaelmas 1661

X3614: HASLEWOOD FAMILY AND ESTATE COLLECTION [1354-1959]

X3614/1: STEPHENS FAMILY

X3614/1/4: Deeds [1354-1744]

X3614/1/4/39: Deed re Hopewood, Sidbury, Astley Abbots [1661]

Note: John should be in possesion of Hawkeswood.