The Heinous Crimes of Cordelia Botkin

Cordelia Bodkin, San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco, California
24 Mar 1904, Thu • Page 9

Cordelia Adelaide Botkin, née Brown, was born around1854 in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1872, Cordelia married a man named Welcome Botkin and the couple had one son together, Beverly. They made their home in Stockton, California, where Welcome worked as a grain broker. The couple became…

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Welcome readers! Heather Monroe is a genealogist and writer who resides in California with her partner and their nine children. •True Crime• History• Memoir•

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