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John Hotchkiss
Born Oct 11, 1673 New Haven CT
Died Apr 23, 1732 Wallingford CT
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Mother
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SPOUSE CHILDREN
Mary Chatterton

m. 1694?
b. Nov 29, 1673
New Haven CT
d. Jul 26, 1741
New Haven CT
John

b. Jun 27, 1694

d. Feb 3, 1777
Lydia

b. Aug 31, 1697

d. Nov 9, 1737
Mary

b. Apr 1, 1701

d. Nov 13, 1787
Amos

b. Jun 27, 1704
New Haven CT
d. Jan 17, 1773
Wallingford CT
James

b. Nov 24, 1706

d. Mar 6, 1781
Robert

b. May 23, 1709

d. Apr 23, 1732
Miriam

b. Feb 20, 1712
Wallingford CT

Henry (Capt.)

b. Apr 1, 1715
Wallingford CT
d. Jun 9, 1799
Cheshire CT
John was a Captain and a Justice of the Peace.
The town of Wallingford CT was established in 1667. In 1694 New Cheshire Parish was created within Wallingford. In the 1780s it became a separate town named Cheshire.
Sons James and Amos married daughters of Samuel Munson. James married Tamar Munson. Amos married Tamar's half-sister, Obedience Munson.
Son Robert died on the same day as his father. Both are buried in Cheshire Hillside Cemetery on Wallingford Road. The tombstone inscription reads: "Here lies ye Body of Robert, Son of Capt John Hotchkifs, who died April 23 1732 in ye 23 year of his Age".
Sources:
Cemetery records incl. photo of Tombstone of Robert Hotchkiss, Cheshire Hillside Cemetery, Cheshire CT.
Coate, Linda, "John Hotchkiss", website.
Jacobus, D. L., "Hotchkiss Family", Ancient Families of New Haven, 1924, p. 795-799.