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I am so happy to come across this website.
Hotchkiss is my birth surname and my current name.
I have a lot of my Hotchkiss family history into
the 1800's from Minnesota, but I am looking for more information to share with my family.
I am still in touch with my father's cousins.
I would love to share and hear from any of you.
Thank you.
Robin Hotchkiss


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Came across my name on this site by accident. Good work, very interesting ! I've always wondered about my heritage, and this confirms where my patriotic Scottish nature comes from haha!

Added: February 25, 2020
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Looking for record of paternal grandfather who left his family behind in Scotland in 1951 and sailed to Canada.

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Charles Ernest Hotchkiss was raised by the Mighells family near Randoph NY but was never adopted. He nevertheless assumed their name so though our name is Mighells, our blood line is Hotchkiss. Thank you for all the work and history that has gone into this site!

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Hi Rex

My 5th great grandparents were Robert Alexander Taylor and Margaret Watson. Thomas Taylor was my 4th great grandfather. He was married to Isabel Graham then to Mary McDugal Cowan in 1857, 3 months later my Great grandfather Robert was born.

Admin reply: So you are saying that both Robert Taylor (christened 13 Jun 1841) with parents Thomas and Isabel and Isabel herself died prior 1857, When Thomas remarried to Mary McDugal Cowan and had at least one child named Robert. -- Thank you. I'll look for those records.


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My grandfather Amos Hotchkiss patrolled the river Forth during both world wars being to young for the first and to old for the second

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I am a descendant of Samuel Hotchkiss and Elizabeth Cleverly through their son John Hotchkiss. Glad to find your website.

Added: August 1, 2019
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Hi Rex,

Just thought I'd update you on my DNA connections. To remind you, my line goes back to Cornelius Hotchkies and Agnes Connochie both b. abt 1765 in Carronshore. C's parents were Cornelius Hotchkies and Janet Stewart who migrated from Madeley, Shropshire.

The DNA matches I'm talking about are with, currently, 14 different individuals in the US who all trace back to Samuel Hotchkiss (1623-1663) and Elizabeth Cleverly in New Haven, Connecticut who emigrated from Shropshire abt. 1640. The 14 connections are through 5 sons of Samuel.

I believe my line must come down through one of Samuel's brothers making our common ancestors their parents John Thomas Hotchkiss and Margaret Nevitt. They would be my 10th great-grandparents.

For the time being I've assumed that the line is through Thomas (1611-1693) and Grace, through their son John m. Mary > son John m. Elizabeth Manton > Edward m. Ann Hatton > Cornelius m. Janet Stewart

Most of the connections have been worked back on my Ancestry account and I'll add them to my web-site as soon as I can

All the best
Tom


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