Maxine Carol Hotchkiss


Personal and Family Information

Maxine was born on 19 SEP 1920 in Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas, the daughter of Edward Ferguson Hotchkiss and Nellie Louise Washington.

She died on 14 OCT 1994 in Jefferson HCCntr, Lee's Summit, Jackson County, Missouri.

She had two marriages/partners. Her first husband was Ralph Eugene Anstaett, who she married on 20 JUN 1939 in Osage City, Osage County, Kansas. Their two known children were David Edward (1940-?) and Ralph Eugene (Private) (1942-?).

Her second husband was Duane C. Adams. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. Their only known child was Rosa Marie (Private) (1957-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


Maxine Carol Hotchkiss


Edward Ferguson Hotchkiss


Cornelius Hotchkiss


Edward Hotchkiss


Margaret Janet Penman


Christina Ferguson


Cornelius Ferguson


Elizabeth Forsyth Taylor


Nellie Louise Washington


James Washington


John Washington


Mary Hersfield


Harriet Jane Wilkinson


William Harry Wilkinson


Hanah Barber



Birth19 SEP 1920
Place: Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas
Death14 OCT 1994
Place: Jefferson HCCntr, Lee's Summit, Jackson County, Missouri
Burial17 OCT 1994
Place: LongviewMemGardn


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!Obituary: [The Osage County Chronicle, Thu, 20 Oct 1994, page 15, col. 2] -- Deaths and Funerals -- Maxine C. Adams --

!P: LEE'S SUMMIT, MO. - Maxine Carol Adams, 74, Lee's Summit, died Oct. 14, 1994, in the Jefferson Health Care Center at Lee's Summit.

!P: Mrs. Adams was born in Burlingame, and lived in this area most of her life.

!P: She was a member of the Robert L. Clore Post of the American Legion Auxilary.

!P: Survivors include her husband, Duane C. Adams of the home; two sons, David E. Anstaett, Lee's Summit, and Gene Anstaett, Alabaster, Ala.; a daughter, Rosa M. Adams Bussard, Lee's Summit; a brother, Neil Hotchkiss, Burlingame; three sisters, Virgene Gaines, Strong City, Christine Arnold and Anita Archibald both in Wichita; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

!P: Graveside services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Longview Memorial Gardens Cemetery, under the Newcomer's Longview Chapel.

!P: The family requested no flowers, but suggested contributions to be made to the Kansas City Hospice. --