Edward Hotchkiss


Personal and Family Information

Edward was born on 10 FEB 1867 in Bothkennar, Carronshore, Stirling, Scotland, the son of Edward Hotchkiss and Margaret Janet Penman.

He died on 20 DEC 1955 in Wesley Hospital, Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.

His wife was Euphemia M. Hutchinson, who he married on 8 APR 1896 in Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. Their six known children were Margaret (1897-1979), Elizabeth (1898-1980), Edward (1902-1974), Alexander (1904-1973), William C. (1908-1977) and Cornelius (1913-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


Edward Hotchkiss


Edward Hotchkiss


Cornelius Hotchkiss


Edward Hotchkiss


Margaret Baad


Rebecca Simpson


Robert Simpson


Margaret Borland


Margaret Janet Penman


William Penman


Alexander Penman


Mary Borrowman


Ann Christie


Alexander Christie


Ann Philp



Birth10 FEB 1867
Place: Bothkennar, Carronshore, Stirling, Scotland
Death20 DEC 1955
Place: Wesley Hospital, Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas
Place: Burlingame Cmtry, Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas


Note 1

!Source: 34

!Source: ancestry.com Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950

Name: Edward Hotchkis

Gender: Male

Birth Date: 10 Feb 1867

Birth Place: Bothkennar,Stirling,Scotland

Father: Edward Hotchkis

Mother: Margaret Penman

FHL Film Number: 6035516

!Marriage: Posted by Jim Laird, on Tue, 19 Aug 2003 at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/KSOSAGE/2003-08/1061312070 The Burlingame Enterprise Thursday April 9, 1896 - Hotchkiss--Hutchinson. - Married, at Topeka, on Wednesday, April 8th, 1896, Mr. Edward HOTCHKISS of this city and Miss Uphemie HUTCHINSON of Scranton. - Miss Hutchinson is one of Scranton's fairest daughters, a bright and accomplished young lady of excellent character and pleasant disposition and we predict for her a happy future. - Mr. Hotchkiss is a young man of good moral character--sober, honest and industrious. He is now associated with the Burkeville Coal Company, who operate the Burkeville and Harvey George shafts east of this city. The happy couple will return to Burlingame tomorrow, when they will immediately go to housekeeping. - The Enterprise joins their many friends in wishing them a long life of happiness and prosperity