George Hotchkiss


Personal and Family Information

George was born on 22 JUL 1772 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, the son of James Hotchkiss and Elizabeth Cleghorn.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


George Hotchkiss


James Hotchkiss


Thomas Hotchkiss


John Hotchkiss




Elizabeth Cleghorn


Thomas Cleghorn


Sophia Lewe



Birth22 JUL 1772
Place: Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Christening10 SEP 1772
Place: St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland




Note 1

!Source: IGI as of Mar 1991.

!Source: Old Parish Births and Baptisms

No Date Surname Forename Parent Names/Frame No. Sex Parish


!Source: Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950

Name: George Hotchkis

Gender: Male

Birth Date: 22 Jul 1772

Baptism Date: 10 Sep 1772

Baptism Place: St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Father: James Hotchkis

Mother: Elizabeth Cleghorn

FHL Film Number: 1066754

Reference ID: 2:17RFD3C

!Source: 1851 Wales Census

John Hotchkis 84, Head, abt 1767, Edinburgh, Scotland

Ann Hotchkis 50, Wife, abt 1801, E Indies, Madras

John Hotchkis 11, Son, abt 1840, Llangattock, Breconshire, Wales

Jane Hotchkis 12, Niece, abt 1839, Dumfrieshire, Scotland [possibly Jane Hart Hotchkiss]

George Hotchkis 79, Brother, abt 1772, Edinburgh, Scotland <<<

Ellen Steward Kuby 45, abt 1806, Edinburgh, Scotland

Mary Ingles 56, Housekeeper, abt 1795, Bersukshire, Scotland

Elizabeth Williams 37, Cook, abt 1814, Brilley, Herefordshire, England

Ann Watkins 29, Servant, abt 1822, Cwmdu, Breconshire, Wales

Mary Williams 21, Servant, abt 1830, Cwmdu, Breconshire, Wales

Jane Davies 23, Servant, abt 1828, Crickhowell, Breconshire, Wales

Ann James 18, Servant, abt 1833, Crickhowell, Breconshire, Wales

David Rumsey 55, Servant. abt 1796. Llangattock, Breconshire, Wales

Walter Watkins 27, Servant, abt 1824, Breconshire, Wales

William Cook 14, Servant, abt 1837, Monmouthshire, Wales

Wm Thomas 45, Brother, abt 1806, Pembrokeshire, Wales

George Abbots 26, Under Brother, abt 1825, Oxfordshire, England

Henry Segrot 27, Green, abt 1824, Cambridgeshire, England

William Greenharf 38, Grandson, abt 1813, Breconshire, Wales

William Watts 26, Coachman, abt 1825, Gloucestershire, England

Matthew Whiold 32, Servant, abt 1819, Sussex, England

William Loy 32, Coachman, abt 1819, Oxfordshire, England

William Hoar 42, Gardiner, abt 1809, Dorset, England

Ann Pye 54, Servant, abt 1797, Herefordshire, England

Elizabeth Davies 27, Servant, abt 1824, Herefordshire, England

Sarah Rogers 25, Servant, abt 1826, Montgomeryshire, Wales

Jane Beaumount 27, Servant, abt 1824, Westminster

Hanech Tarcaut 26, Servant, abt 1825, Hampshire, England

Margaret Williams 44, Servant, abt 1807, Breconshire, Wales

Ellen Watkins 37, Servant, abt 1814, Radnorshire, Wales

Jane Jones 30, Servant, abt 1821, Glamorgan, Wales

Hanan Messer 21, Servant, abt 1830, Herefordshire, England


Thanks to: Valerie Anderson

In the matter of: John Hotchkis, infant. Document type: administration summons and maintenance order. Application...

Court of Chancery: Clerks of Records and Writs Office: Administration and other Summonses. Administration and other Summonses. . In the matter of: John Hotchkis, infant. Document type: administration summons and maintenance order. Application made by: Ann Hotchkis, widow, his mother and testamentary guardian.

Held by: The National Archives, Kew - Chancery, the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions

Date: 1853

Reference: C 17/1/389

Subjects: Children | Legal | Wills and probate

Exparte: John Hotchkis late of Lanwysk Villa, Llangattock, Breconshire, esq. Document... Ordering and viewing options This record has not been digitised and cannot be downloaded.

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Reference: C 17/2/353

Description: Exparte: John Hotchkis late of Lanwysk Villa, Llangattock, Breconshire, esq.

Document type: Administration summons.

Application made by: John Hotchkis of Lanwysk Villa, Llangattock, Breconshire, infant by Revd Frederick Geroge Hume Smith BA of Leeds, Yorkshire, clerk, his next friend.

Short title: Hotchkis v Hotchkis.

Plaintiffs: John Hotchkis by Revd Frederick George Hume Smith BA, his next friend.

Defendants: Anne Hotchkis, widow, Revd Hugh Bold, clerk and Robert Smith.

Date: 1854

Held by: The National Archives, Kew

Legal status: Public Record

Language: English

Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

Also I give and devise to my brother George Hotchkis his heirs and assignees my estate of [Wamber??] in the parish [Llanguinniber?] in the County of Brecknock now in the occupation of Davis Morris. Also I give and bequeath to my said brother George all my guns, fishing rods and all the? Articles appertaining to sporting both in shooting and fishing. I also give and bequeath to my said brother George an annuity or yearly sum of one hundred pounds to be him by half yearly payments to commence from the day of my decease and a proportionate part thereof up to the day of his death.