Ancestry from Adam Hawkes
Hawkes, (1608-1672) together with his brother, John, came from Hingham, England,
with the John Winthrop colony landing at Salem, Mass. in 1630, just 10 years
after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620.
Adam and Ann Brown Hutchinson Hawkes were living in Mass. when their
second son, John Hawkes (1633-1694) was born.
and Sarah Cushman were living in Mass. when their eighth child, Ebenezer
(1676-1766) was born.
& Elizabeth Cogswell Hawkes were living in Mass. when their first child,
Ebenezer (1702-1741) was born.
& Anna Breed Hawkes were also living in Mass. when their third child,
Benjamin (1729-1772) was born.
& Deborah Kimball Hawkes were living in Mass. when their fourth child,
Joshua (1766-1854) was born.
& Lucy Bryant Hawkes were living in Maine when their fourth child, Joseph
Bryant (1799-1862) was born.
Bryant & Sophronia Alvord were living in Far West, Missouri, when their
fifth child, Joshua (1836-1914) was born.
& Sarah Ann Smart Hawkes were living in Richmond, Utah, when their sixth
child, Percy Smart (1892-1964) was born.
Smart & Ida Weyerman Hawkes were living in Drummond, Idaho, when their
oldest son Percy Blaine (1928-
) was born.
Blaine & Bonnie Marie Clark Hawkes were living in Farnum, Idaho, when all of
their 10 children were born from 1949 to 1962.
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