Big changes have come to Genealogy.com — all content is now read-only, and member subscriptions and the Shop have been discontinued.
 
Learn more

Hawkins Home Page - Phillip A. & Sharon (Wilcox) .

Updated March 21, 2007

Phillip A. Hawkins

2302 Forest Park Circle

Mansfield, TX 76063

817.453.4547

phil_hawkins@sbcglobal.net

HAWKINS DNA Project:
I am the project administrator on this program to conclusively determine who is or is not a cousin. It is simple, and it is inexpensive. See the link at the bottom of the page.

There are 4200+ names in this report. The major surnames include BESS, BROWN, COOK, GAPPENS, HAWKINS, MACADOO, MILHOUSE, MILLS, NEEDHAM, ORR, PUMPHREY, PURVIS, SANFORD, SHUCK, SPAULDING, SUMMERS, TOWNSEND, TURNER, WARDEN/WORDEN, WEAS/WEES/WEIS, and WILCOX...........

Immigrant ancestor, Jeffrey Hawkins and family from Norton-Bavant, Wiltshire, England, Quakers, arrived on the "Welcome" with Wm. Penn in 1682. My part of the line migrated from PA through VA to SC to OH to IN. Common names are James, John, Amos, and William...........

We are researching the HAWKINS ancestors of Jeffrey, who married Dorothy Mattock in England in 1662. Dorothy died in 1685, and Jeffrey married Elizabeth Pierson in PA in 1687. Jeffrey's great-grandfather may be(not proven) Geoffrey Hawkins of Wiltshire, England who died in 1603. His son Geoffrey,the younger, may be Jeffrey's grandfather...........

Imigrant ancestor Walter Pumphrey from Glouscestershire, England, Quaker, arrived in 1678. We have very little information on my g-g-g-grandfather Larken PUMPHREY (first son of Henry), b. 1784 in Wilkes Co., NC, m. Frances Shepard 1805, d. 1832 in ??). Any information would be GREATLY appreciated...........

My g-g-g-grandmother, Lucy Barnette's father was John P BARNETTE (b. c1777) whose great-greatgrandfather was Henry J. Barnette a ?cousin? of Ambrose Barnette the maternal grandfather of President Hayes. I need help filling in the gaps...........



Edit Your Page

Family Photos

  • #10 Jonas Hawkins Family, 1914. (96 KB)
    Seated in the Auburn touring car is Jonas Hawkins, standing behind is his grand-daughter Pauline L. Henderson, at his side, his wife Louisa, and in the rear seat are daughter Martha Berniece, grand-daughter Thelma Jean Pratt, and daughter Koral May. Stancing in front are twin daughters Marjorie Lorraine, and Mary Lois. The license plate on the Auburn is for 1914, and they are parked on the south side of the courthouse on Madison Street in Tipton, Indiana. Note the bricked street, and the Elks club in the background.
  • #01 Front - Log Home of Amos Hawkins, c1825. (101 KB)
    This "saddleback" log home of Amos and Ann (Milhous) Hawkins was built c 1825, and is now located in the Caeser Creek Pioneer Village, Warren County, OH. It is reminiscent of the finer log homes of the Quakers of Cane Creek, SC where Amos & Ann migrated from in 1805. Amos was considered a master craftsman. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 26 Sep 1999.
  • #11 Jonas & Louisa (Turner) Hawkins, 1931. (53 KB)
    Jonas came to Tipton County, Indiana in 1875. He became one of the largest landholders in Liberty Township, Tipton County. In a depression, about 1924, a bank that he was president of failed. Jonas, not legally liable, mortgaged his lands and refunded his depositors 100 per cent. Jonas died in 1940 at age 83.
  • #02 Rear - Log Home of Amos Hawkins, c1825. (94 KB)
    This "saddleback" log home of Amos and Ann (Milhous) Hawkins was built c 1825, and is now located in the Caeser Creek Pioneer Village, Warren County, OH. It is reminiscent of the finer log homes of the Quakers of Cane Creek, SC where Amos & Ann migrated from in 1805. Amos was considered a master craftsman. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 26 Sep 1999.
  • #12 Harry & Edna (Spaulding) Hawkins, 1944. (22 KB)
    Harry was the fourth child and the second son of Jonas & Louisa. The land he inherited was mortgaged. Harry was an innovator. He pushed for rural electrification, for telephones, and he was a vice-chairman for the County Drainage Commission. Harry died of a heart attack in 1950 at age 61. His obituary described him as a prominent farmer and president of the Farmer's Mutual Insurance Company.
  • #03 Interior - Log Home of Amos Hawkins, c 1825. (82 KB)
    The fireplace in the lower floor of the two story construction. Front door is to the left. The staircase to the second floor is to the left, showing a the door to a storage area under the staircase. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 29 Jun 2003.
  • #13 Harold & Lois (Pumphrey) Hawkins, 1977. (54 KB)
    Harold was the second child and son of Harry & Edna. He was the first in his line to graduate from college (Purdue, Mechanical Engineering, 1933), and the first to serve in the armed forces (WW II, US Army, Captain). He was a brilliant and disciplened individual. He was responsible in developement of the station seeking radio, the low-level terrain clearance radar, and early "smart" seeking weapons. He died in 1996 at age 84.
  • #04 Interior - Log Home of Amos Hawkins, c1825. (73 KB)
    The fireplace in the lower floor of the two story construction. Door to the back is on the right. Door to the left is to a porch leading to the summer kitchen. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 29 Jun 2003.
  • #14 Phil & Sharon (Wilcox) Hawkins, 1996. (40 KB)
    Phil was the first child of Harold & Lois. Born in 1933, graduated Butler U. in 1955, Air Force pilot (fighters)(retired USAF with the rank of Colonel), Airline captain (Braniff International), and business man.
  • #05 Interior - Log Home of Amos Hawkins, c1825. (75 KB)
    Door to the back outside on the left. Staircase closet on right. All the rafters in the ceiling have a bead cut into each corner. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 29 Jul 2003.
  • #15 All Saints Church Tower, Wiltshire, England. (78 KB)
    The bell tower on the west end of All Saints in Norton-Bavant, Wiltshire, England. The tower is part of the original church, the nave is a replacement. There is a list of vicars and rectors displayed that dates to 1306. Jeffery Hawkins and Dorothy Mattock were married here in 1662. Photo by Gene P. Hawkins, 17 Aug 2003.
  • #06 Interior - Log Home of Amos Hawkins,c1825 (72 KB)
    Continuing clockwise back to the front of the home. Stairway would be on the right, and left wall is the easterly end. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 29 Jul 2003.
  • #16 All Saints, Wiltshire, England-west interior. (65 KB)
    All Saints Church, Norton-Bavant, Wiltshire, England. Looking west into the bell tower. Note the bell pulls, and the baptismal font. To the right is the list of vicars and rectors dating back to 1306. Photo by Gene P. Hawkins, 17 Aug 2003.
  • #07 Interior - Log Home of Amos Hawkins, c1825. (72 KB)
    The scond floor. The door to the stairway is to the right as you enter at the front door (the front door must be closed to open the stairway door. Phil Hawkins, 29 Jun 2003.
  • #17 All Saints, Wiltshire, England-east interior. (52 KB)
    All Saints Church, Norton-Bavant, Wiltshire, England. Looking to the east in this photo. All of the known children of Jeffery and Dorothy Hawkins, except James, were baptized here. Photo by Gene P. Hawkins, 17 Aug 2003.
  • #08 Caesar Creek, OH - Friend's Cemetery. (136 KB)
    Cemetery is surrounded by a flagstone wall. It is located in the northeast corner of Warren County, Ohio. Picture by Phil Hawkins, 26 Sep 1999.
  • #09 Caesar Creek 1849 Meeting House. (93 KB)
    The 1849 Meeting House, originally located near the cemetery, has been moved to Pioneer Village at Caesar Creek Lake. Picture by Phil Hawkins 26 Sep 1999.
 

Family Tree Maker Reports and Trees

 

Related Links

 
Created with Family Tree Maker

The content shown on this page has been submitted by a Genealogy.com customer, and is not subject to verification by Genealogy.com. Neither Genealogy.com nor its affiliates are responsible for the accuracy of any information contained on this page. The opinions expressed on this page are the author's alone and not the opinions of Genealogy.com.

Home | Help | About Us | Site Index | Terms of Service | PRIVACY
© 2009 Ancestry.com