John Hotchkiss

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Personal and Family Information

John was born before 1607 in Dodington, Whitchurch, Shropshire, England, the son of John Hotchkiss and Margaret Nevett.

He died on 16 MAY 1681 in England.

His wife was Alice Benyon, who he married on 30 JUN 1634 in Whitchurch, Shropshire, England. Their nine known children were John (<1635-<1680), Thomas (c1637-?), Daniel (c1638-?), Richard (c1641-<1708), Sarah (c1643-?), Margaret (c1645-?), Joshua (c1646-?), Alice (c1648-1739) and Samuel (c1652-<1712).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

John Hotchkiss
(<1607-1681)

 

John Hotchkiss
(c1580-c1666)

 

Allan Hotchkiss
(c1553-c1623)

 

Allan Hotchkiss
(c1528-1563)

+
     
 
 
   

Mary Cotton
(c1563-1647)

 

Richard Cotton
(c1545-?)

 
     
 
 
   

Margaret Nevett
(c1592-c1656)

 

Thomas Nevett
(c1575-?)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Ann Taylor
(c1575-?)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthBEF 1607
Place: Dodington, Whitchurch, Shropshire, England
Death16 MAY 1681
Place: England

Notes

Note 1

!Notes: Per Steven C. Perkins website at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~scperkins/hperkanc.html. The following gave me his death date better than the date the will was proved: i. John[9] Hotchkiss. Born, before 1607, in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Died, 16 May 1681, in Shropshire, Eng. He married Alice Benyon, circa 1625 [??] in Eng.

!Source: Morris, Joseph, "Benyon of Great Ash, &c." in "Geoneological Manuscripts connected with the County of Salop and Principality of Wales", Vol. 9, Page 4651, mss. no. 4085. LDS tape# 0504680. Most entries copied in their entirity.

!Source: Morris, Joseph, "Hotchkis of Whitchurch, &c." in "Geoneological Manuscripts connected with the County of Salop and Principality of Wales", Vol. 10, Page 4865, mss. no. 4086. LDS tape# 0504680. Most entries copied in their entirity.

!Notes: John Hotchkis, of Dodington, in the county of Salop, styled "gentleman" in Admittance of 1666, and in Surrenders of 1679, also in Surrenders of 1677 and 1681. Had a legacy of a two and twenty shilling peace of gold under the will of his sister Elizabeth Hotchkis and a legacy of £20 under the Will of his Father in Law. Described in the Surrender of 11th August, 1681, as "John Hotchkis, Gent. lately deceased."

!P: Arms of Hotchkis of ....word, co. Salop: -- Parted per pale, Gules and Azure, a chevron engrailed Or, between 3 lions rampant Argent.

!Source: 1566, 1582, 1634 Bedford Visitation

[see images attached to William b abt 1505] years estimated.