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descendants of Capt. Moses Hawkins and Susannah Strother

Boyd L. Wright

descendants of Capt. Moses Hawkins and Susannah Strother

by Boyd L. Wright

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Published by B.L. Wright in Grand Forks, N.D. (415 17th Ave. S., Grand Forks 58201) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hawkins family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesDescendants of Captain Moses Hawkins and Susannah Strother.
    StatementBoyd L. Wright.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.H394 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 leaves ;
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2914781M
    LC Control Number84146547

    Moses married Susannah Coleman / Hawkins (born Strother). Susannah was born in , in This may have been Capt. Moses Hawkins," of the 14th Virginia, who was killed at Germantown, 4th October, , and perhaps the Moses Create a free family tree for yourself or for Moses Hawkins and we’ll search for valuable new information for you. My family remained within 50 miles of this area for another years, until my great-grandfather went first to Iowa, then his son to Oklahoma. Moses Hanks Ezekiel Chaney Capt John Walters Jonathan Hill

    Susannah Strother—Capt. Moses Hawkins. Wm. Dabney Strother — killed battle Guilford Courthouse. Sarah Strother—Col. Bichard Taylor. In there was a patent is sued to Wm. Strother of "Orange," son of Francis Strother and Susan Dabney, of acres of land in Or ange county, and another in In 17'68 he conveyed the acres. Strother, William, Sen., 30 Dec., Eldest son William Strother; son James, Robert Benjamin, Joseh; grandson William Strother; son Joseph to be put to school and kept there a year and be free and at his own disposing at 16; wife Dorothy Strother, my sons James, Jeremy, Robert, Benjamin and Joseph; wife Dorothy and son James, executors.

    Susannah Strother. Thomas Coleman was a neighbor and friend of Moses Hawkins, and was a Corporal in Moses HawkinsÕ company during the Revolution. Ambrose Coleman. Never married. ÒThis Book belongs to the estate of Lewis L. Coleman deceased and is to be delivered to. Captain Moses Hawkins d. 4 Oct Germantown, Fauquier, Virginia: If the Legends Are True.


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Descendants of Capt. Moses Hawkins and Susannah Strother by Boyd L. Wright Download PDF EPUB FB2

Moses Hawkins () was born in Culpeper County, Virginia, and married Susannah Strother in in Orange County, Virginia. He died at the Battle of Germantown while serving with the Revolutionary Army. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, North.

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Wright, c).Author: Wright, Boyd L. (Boyd Lewis). Information on Moses Hawkins. Capt. Moses Hawkins was born in in USA, Virginia, Culpeper Co He served in the military American Revolution between and in Virginia William Strother Hawkins, heir, received on 17 July warrent no.

from the Commonwealth of Virginia for acres of land due Moses Hawkins, dec'd, who served three years as a Captain in the. The descendants of Capt. Moses Hawkins and Susannah Strother Boyd L. Wright Not In Library. The Hawkins families of Maryland W.

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So I believe I am descended of Benjamin Hawkins (b. in VA), but possibly from James Hawkins, his brother, or Captain Moses Hawkins, the brother killed in the Revolution. The last seems likely because Moses married Susan Strother, whose father accompanied the Hawkins clan to Woodford to settle, and my ggf’s middle name was Strother.

Strother Moses Hawkins was the son of JOSEPH (III) HAWKINS and Margaret Peggy Bird. He was married to: Francis Lucinda Reno on 20 Dec at Marion County, Palymra, Mo. Their children were: Mary Francis Hawkins James S. Hawkins James William Hawkins Hulda Elizabeth Hawkins Joseph H.

Hawkins Strother Moses Hawkins. Orange County, had married Capt. Hawkins’ widow, Susan (Strother) Hawkins in Later, Moses Hawkins’ widow moved with her second husband from Virginia to Woodford County, Kentucky and then to Franklin County, and there are numerous descendants of Moses Hawkins living today in that area.

Benjamin and James Hawkins witnessed the will of. Susanna Gaines (born Strother) was born inat birth place, Virginia, to Francis Thornton Strother and Susannah Strother (born Dabney). Francis was born in. So I believe I am descended of Benjamin Hawkins (b. in VA), but possibly from James Hawkins, his brother, or Captain Moses Hawkins, the brother killed in the Revolution.

The last seems likely because Moses married Susan Strother, whose father accompanied the Hawkins clan to Woodford to settle, and my ggf’s middle name was Strother.

Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage.

Family 1: Susannah STROTHER +Susan COLEMAN. Notes Thomas Coleman was a neighbor and friend of Moses Hawkins, and was a Corporal in Moses Hawkins company during the Revolution. Children "From: EARLY GENERATIONS FROM BOOK OF THE NORRIS FAMILY OF MARYLAND AND book has many problems.

The Genealogy of the Cladwell-Smart Family of Virginia and Bath County, Kentucky (): With Tracing to James Caldwell Who Emigrated from Ireland and Proved His Importation at the Orange County, Virginia Court, ; Descendants from Oliver Caldwell () and Ann Glover Smart ().

Feb. 20,she was assigned dower in the estate of her late husband, Wm. Pannill and Wm. Strother was appointed guardian of her children. By the marriage to Wm. Strother "of Orange" were the following children: Susannah Strother - Capt. Moses Hawkins.

Dabney Strother - killed battle Guilford Courthouse. Sarah Strother - Col. Richard. Susannah Strother: birt: plac: Orange County, Virginia deat: plac: Kentucky Moses Hawkins Captain|Captain: birt: deat: 4 Oct plac: Germantown, Pennsylvania Susannah Strother ÒThis Book belongs to the estate of Lewis L.

Coleman deceased and is to be delivered to any of his sons after arriving at the age of twenty. is a source for family history buffs to find genealogical research originally posted in GenForum and our most popular genealogy articles.

Start a search or browse below to start digging into your family's past. has a new look. The website content is now read-only, however we’ve added commenting to threads so you. Susanna was the daughter of William Strother and his first wife, Sarah Bailey, (who was the widow of William Pannill).

She married Thomas Coleman in Orange county, Virginia on 28 June Her first marriage was to Capt. Moses Hawkins who died in the Battle of Germantown, 4 October Moses Hawkins b. 4 Oct Culpeper County, Virginia d.

14 Oct Battle of Germantown: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. Hawkins of Virginia, the Carolinas March Margaret marriage married Martha Martin Mary Hawkins Milly Moses named Nancy Nathan Nicholas North Carolina Orange parents Parish Philemon Philemon Hawkins Query records Richard Richd River Robert Sally Samuel Sarah Scott Sept served Signed slave Smith sons Spotsylvania Spts Strother Susannah Thomas.1.

Charlotte Ashmore HAWKINS 2. Lucy HAWKINS 3. Susan Strother HAWKINS 4. Moses HAWKINS 5. William Strother HAWKINS 6. James Keith HAWKINS 7. Katherine Keith HAWKINS 8. Ann Dabney HAWKINS b. About. in Woodford Co., Kentucky 9. Benjamin Dabney HAWKINS b. About. in Orange Co., Va Isham Keith HAWKINS b.

About. in Orange Co., Va.[Marriage Record Index, to ; A History of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia, ] Transcribed by Cathy D.