Hawker and Hall Family Trees

Citations


Reginald Thomas Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."

2Birth Certificate.
"Registration District: Walsall
1882 Birth in the sub-district of Walsall in the County of Stafford
No: 465
When & Where: Ninth June 1882 94 Green Lane
Name: Reginald Thomas
Sex: Boy
Father: Thomas Hawker
Mother: Jane Hawker formerly Ward
Occupation of Father: Baker and Grocer
Informant: T Hawker, Father, 94 Green Lane, Walsall
When registered: Twelfth July 1882
Registrar: (illegible), Registrar."

3Death Certificate.
"Registration District: Walsall
1941 Death in the Sub-district of Bloxwich in the County borough of Walsall
No.: 368
When and Where: Third January 1941 91 Pargeter Street U.D
Name: Reginald Thomas Hawker
Sex: Male
Age: 58 years
Occupation: Grocer (Master)
Cause of Death: 1(a) Cardiac failure (b) Asthma & bronchitis Certified by A.B. Davies M.B.
Informant: Gladys J. Perkins, Daughter. Present at the death, Cleveland Cottage, Skip Lane, Walsall
When Registered: Third January 1941
Registrar: A.V.CraddockRegistrar."

4Marriage Certificate, 1904 JUN Walsall 6b 1275, Official Document.


Cecilia Clarke

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 155 Page 23.
"Administrative County: Stafford
Civil Parish: Walsall
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew
County Borough of Walsall
Ward: Birchills
88 Farringdon Street
W H Clarke. Head. M. 49. Seft Maker in Stone Quarry. Staffs Rowley
C -do-. Wife. M. 46. -. Worcester Dudley
Daniel -do-. Son. S. 24. Sadler. Staffs Rowley
(Continues on Page 24:)
William Clarke. Son. S. 22. Seft Maker in Stone Quarry. Salop Corby
Cecilia -do-. Daughter. S. 21. Dressmaker on own account. -do-. -do-
Edith -do-. -do-. S. 18. Harness Stitcher. -do- -do-
Eva -do-. -do-. -. 6. -. Staffs Walsall
Frank J -do-. Son. 2. -. -do- -do-
Frank Rogers. Boarder. S. 24. Harness Maker. -do- -do-."

21881 Census, FHL Film 1341631 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2625 Folio 61 Page 25, 1881.
" Dwelling: Harncley ? Sling
Census Place: Coreley, Shropshire, England
Source: FHL Film 1341631 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2625 Folio 61 Page 25
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
John William CLARKE M 29 M Dudley, Worcester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Laborer In Stone Quarry
Clara CLARKE M 26 F Dudley, Worcester, England
Rel: Wife
Daniel CLARKE 4 M Rowley Regis, Stafford, England
Rel: Son
William CLARKE 2 M Coreley, Shropshire, England
Rel: Son
Cecilia CLARKE 1 F Coreley, Shropshire, England
Rel: Daur."

3Marriage Certificate, 1904 JUN Walsall 6b 1275, Official Document.


Gladys Jane Hawker

1Internet, Email from J Hawker 6 April 2000.
"Not sure whether you know or not but I just heard that Glad died on Saturday.

I spoke to Anthony tonight. He had called Pa on Monday evening to tell him.

Apparently 6 months ago she had another stroke which left her more or less unable to communicate. She looked OK physically though. Died suddenly about lunchtime Saturday.

95. Not a bad innings."
Died at:
Fieldhouse Rest Home
Thicknell Lane
West Hagley
Nr Stourbridge.


Thomas Hawker

11881 Census, FHL Film 1341676 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45, 1881.
" Dwelling: No 49 Long Acre St
Census Place: Walsall Foreign, Stafford, England
Source: FHL Film 1341676 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas HAWKER M 22 M Eldersfield, Worcester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Baker
Jane HAWKER M 22 F Bloxwich, Stafford, England
Rel: Wife."

21861 Census, The 1861 Census was taken on Sunday 7th April 1861, RG9/2098 Folio 73 Page 27, RG9.
"Linkend Lane, Eldersfield
George Hawker 48 Ag. Lab.
Hannah Hawker 43 Wife
Ellen Hawker 17 daughter
Charles Hawker 14 son
William Hawker 12 son
Henry Hawker 8 son
Susanna Hawker 10 daughter
Thomas Hawker 2 son."

31871 Census, RG10/3056 Folio 77 Page 27.
"Linkend Lane, Eldersfield
George Hawker 58 Head of Family
Hannah Hawker 52 Wife
Ellen Hawker 27 Daughter
Thomas Hawker 12 Son."

41901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."

5Birth Certificate.
"Registration District: Tewkesbury
1858 Birth in the sub-district of Deerhurst in the Counties of Gloucester and Worcester
No: 310
When & Where: Twenty First September 1858 Chaceley
Name: Thomas
Sex: Boy
Father: George Hawker
Mother: Hannah Hawker formerly Drinkwater
Occupation of Father: Agricultural Labourer
Informant: Hannah Hawker Mother, Chaceley
When registered: Twenty First October 1858
Registrar: Joseph Hoare, Registrar."

6William Good, Parish Register Transcripts Gloucestershire
orse; Deerhurst; Forthampton; The Leigh; Norton; Staverton & Tirley , http://www.users.bigpond.com/williamr/.
"14 Nov 1858 Thomas son of George & Hannah Hawker, Chaceley, Labourer."

7Death Certificate.
"Registration District: Walsall
1926 Death in the Sub-district of Aldridge in the County of Stafford
No.: 236
When and Where: Nineteenth January 1926 Eldersfield, Park Road, Great Barr, R.D
Name: Thomas Hawker
Sex: Male
Age: 66 years
Occupation: Grocer and Provision Merchant
Cause of Death: (1) Angina Pectoris 4 months (2) Heart Failure No PM Certified by Oswald Cook M.B.
Informant: Geo. Hawker, Son. In attendance, 62 Harden Road, Leamore
When Registered: Twentieth January 1926
Registrar: T.W. Cartwright Registrar."
"Eldersfield" was the name of his house in Park Road, which leads to Skip Lane where Gladys Hawker lived most of her life (in Cleveland Cottage).

8Newspaper Obituary, Walsall Observer and South Staffordshire Chronicle, Saturday 23/JAN/1926.
"DEATH OF MR. T. HAWKER.
A Successful Business Career of Over Forty Years in Walsall
HIS PUBLIC WORK
After an illness of about five weeks’ duration, Mr. Thomas Hawker, one of Walsall’s best-known tradesmen and an active and ardent support of various local organisations, passed away at his residence, Park Road, Great Barr, on Tuesday, in his 67th year.
A native of Tewkesbury, Mr. Hawker served his apprenticeship in the bakery trade at Brierley Hill, and after spending a short time in Birmingham, he came to Walsall in 1879, to work for his brother-in-law, Mr. Ellis, of Caldmore. About a year later, he started on his own account in Green Lane, and there he built up a flourishing business as a grocer and baker and wine and spirit merchant. It was largely by his own efforts that he succeeded, and it was not until he had controlled its affairs for over 40 years that he began to take things somewhat easier, when the business was formed into a limited liability company, as Messrs. T. hawker and Sons, a few years ago. He filled the position of chairman, however, up the time of his death and continued to be closely associated with the undertaking, although during the last year or two he was seriously troubled by failing eyesight, which also caused him to restrict his activities in other directions. A strong Unionist in politics, Mr. Hawker was prominently identified with that party in the town for a long period, and he was chairman of the old club in Bradford Street during the important period when the seat was captured from the Liberals by the present Sir Richard Cooper, Bart, who defeated Major Dunne in 1910.
To the Master Bakers Association, Mr. Hawker rendered valuable service, which was recognised by the presentation to him of an illuminated address and other gifts in 1923, as president and secretary for about thirty years; and another body with which his name will for long be closely associated in the Walsall and district Licensed Victuallers Association, of which he was president for a number of years. He retired from that office in 1924, and a rather melancholy circumstance connected with his death is that the members of the association had arranged to make a presentation to him on Wednesday evening.
A year or two before the war, Mr. Hawker succeeded Mr. R. B. Sutton as the chairman of the Walsall floral and Horticultural Society, and he resumed that office in 1919 and retained it for another two or three years’ and for six years, prior to 1904, he was the president of the Walsall Harmonic Society.
Personally, Mr. Hawker was an affable and genial gentleman, who was held in high esteem, and he will be much missed by a large circle of friends. He had ten sons and daughters, all of whom survive him.
In March, 1901, Mr. Hawker contested a municipal by-election in the Birchills ward, but he was unsuccessful, Mr. E. Egan being returned by 1,052 to 552.
The Funeral
The late Mr. Hawker was laid to rest in Ryecroft Cemetery yesterday afternoon. At the service, which was conducted in St Peter’s Church by the Rev. Preb. C. E. McCreery, the hymn, “Rock of Ages,” was sung, The mourners were: Messrs. Reg, George, William, Cecil, James and Charlie Hawker (sons) Mrs. Hall and Miss Alice Hawker (daughters) Mr. H. Wint and Mr. J. Hall (sons-in-law), Mrs Matthews, Tewkesbury (niece) and Mr. G. Darke Gloucester (nephew) and Gladys, Annie, and Tommy Hawker (grandchildren). Six old employees, who acted as bearers, were Messrs. A. Hedges, J. Veale, E. Bridgman, F. Hewlett, J. Bytheway, and F. Hill.
The master Bakers’ Association was represented by Messrs. J. Coole (president) J.R. Ditchfield (vice-president) F. W. Griffin (hon. Treasurer) and Mr. J. C. Chattin (hon. secretary). Representing the Walsall and District Licensed Victuallers’ Association were Messrs. P. B. Cooke (president) A. Medlam (vice-president) , B. Baggott (treasurer) F. Paddock (senior auditor) G.E Parry and M. F. Harrison (secretary), Councillor E. Evans, solicitor to the family, was also present and Mr. A. Turner represented the Walsall Unionist Association, and Mr. W. A. Blackburn the Walsall Unionist Club.
There were many harps among the numerous floral tributes, which included wreaths from the Master Bakers’ Association, the Walsall Unionist club, the Walsall Harmonic Society, the Licensed Victuallers’ Association, and the employees."
Provided by Jean Wint to Graham George Hawker by email on 10 March 2002.

91881 Census, PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45.
" Dwelling: No 49 Long Acre St
Census Place: Walsall Foreign, Stafford, England
Source: FHL Film 1341676 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas HAWKER M 22 M Eldersfield, Worcester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Baker
Jane HAWKER M 22 F Bloxwich, Stafford, England
Rel: Wife."

10Marriage Certificate, 1881 MAR Walsall 6b 700, Official Document.
"1881 Marriage solemnized at St Matthew's Church in the Parish of Walsall in the County of Stafford.
No. 12
When Married: January 26th 1881
Name: Thomas Hawker. Age: 21. Condition: Batchelor. Profession: Baker. Residence: Victor St.. Father: George Hawker. Profession of Father: Farmer
Name: Jane Ward. Age: 21. Condition: Spinster. Profession: blank. Residence: Caldmore. Father: Thomas Ward. Profession of Father: Labourer.
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Cermonies of the Established Church after Banns by William Backhouse Gowan.
Signed by Thos. Hawker and Jane Ward in the presence of Francis Ellis and "Ann Ward her x mark"."
Seems Ann Ward the witness was unable to write.


Jane Ward

1Birth Certificate.
"Registration District: Bloxwich
1859 Birth in the sub-district of Bloxwich in the County of Stafford
No: 148
When & Where: Fifth March 1859 Bloxwich
Name: Jane
Sex: Girl
Father: Thomas Ward
Mother: Ann Ward formerly Dyke
Occupation of Father: Agricultural Labourer
Informant: X The Mark of Ann Ward, Mother, Bloxwich
When registered: Ninth April 1859
Registrar: Charles Goodwin, Registrar."

2Death Certificate.
"Registration District: Walsall
1885 Death in the Sub-district of Bloxwich in the County of Stafford
No.: 18
When and Where: Twenty Fourth May 1885 Coal Pool Bloxwich
Name: Jane Hawker
Sex: Female
Age: 26 years
Occupation: Wife of Thomas Hawker, Baker
Cause of Death: Acute Pulmonary Phthisis. Certified by Geo. Phillips MRCS
Informant: Thos. Ward, Father,present at the death, Coal Pool, Bloxwich
When Registered: Twenty seventh May 1885
Registrar: F Woollen Registrar."
Died of Tuberculosis.

31881 Census, PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45.
" Dwelling: No 49 Long Acre St
Census Place: Walsall Foreign, Stafford, England
Source: FHL Film 1341676 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas HAWKER M 22 M Eldersfield, Worcester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Baker
Jane HAWKER M 22 F Bloxwich, Stafford, England
Rel: Wife."

4Marriage Certificate, 1881 MAR Walsall 6b 700, Official Document.
"1881 Marriage solemnized at St Matthew's Church in the Parish of Walsall in the County of Stafford.
No. 12
When Married: January 26th 1881
Name: Thomas Hawker. Age: 21. Condition: Batchelor. Profession: Baker. Residence: Victor St.. Father: George Hawker. Profession of Father: Farmer
Name: Jane Ward. Age: 21. Condition: Spinster. Profession: blank. Residence: Caldmore. Father: Thomas Ward. Profession of Father: Labourer.
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Cermonies of the Established Church after Banns by William Backhouse Gowan.
Signed by Thos. Hawker and Jane Ward in the presence of Francis Ellis and "Ann Ward her x mark"."
Seems Ann Ward the witness was unable to write.


Thomas Hawker

11881 Census, FHL Film 1341676 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45, 1881.
" Dwelling: No 49 Long Acre St
Census Place: Walsall Foreign, Stafford, England
Source: FHL Film 1341676 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2825 Folio 115 Page 45
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas HAWKER M 22 M Eldersfield, Worcester, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Baker
Jane HAWKER M 22 F Bloxwich, Stafford, England
Rel: Wife."

21861 Census, The 1861 Census was taken on Sunday 7th April 1861, RG9/2098 Folio 73 Page 27, RG9.
"Linkend Lane, Eldersfield
George Hawker 48 Ag. Lab.
Hannah Hawker 43 Wife
Ellen Hawker 17 daughter
Charles Hawker 14 son
William Hawker 12 son
Henry Hawker 8 son
Susanna Hawker 10 daughter
Thomas Hawker 2 son."

31871 Census, RG10/3056 Folio 77 Page 27.
"Linkend Lane, Eldersfield
George Hawker 58 Head of Family
Hannah Hawker 52 Wife
Ellen Hawker 27 Daughter
Thomas Hawker 12 Son."

41901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."

5Birth Certificate.
"Registration District: Tewkesbury
1858 Birth in the sub-district of Deerhurst in the Counties of Gloucester and Worcester
No: 310
When & Where: Twenty First September 1858 Chaceley
Name: Thomas
Sex: Boy
Father: George Hawker
Mother: Hannah Hawker formerly Drinkwater
Occupation of Father: Agricultural Labourer
Informant: Hannah Hawker Mother, Chaceley
When registered: Twenty First October 1858
Registrar: Joseph Hoare, Registrar."

6William Good, Parish Register Transcripts Gloucestershire
orse; Deerhurst; Forthampton; The Leigh; Norton; Staverton & Tirley , http://www.users.bigpond.com/williamr/.
"14 Nov 1858 Thomas son of George & Hannah Hawker, Chaceley, Labourer."

7Death Certificate.
"Registration District: Walsall
1926 Death in the Sub-district of Aldridge in the County of Stafford
No.: 236
When and Where: Nineteenth January 1926 Eldersfield, Park Road, Great Barr, R.D
Name: Thomas Hawker
Sex: Male
Age: 66 years
Occupation: Grocer and Provision Merchant
Cause of Death: (1) Angina Pectoris 4 months (2) Heart Failure No PM Certified by Oswald Cook M.B.
Informant: Geo. Hawker, Son. In attendance, 62 Harden Road, Leamore
When Registered: Twentieth January 1926
Registrar: T.W. Cartwright Registrar."
"Eldersfield" was the name of his house in Park Road, which leads to Skip Lane where Gladys Hawker lived most of her life (in Cleveland Cottage).

8Newspaper Obituary, Walsall Observer and South Staffordshire Chronicle, Saturday 23/JAN/1926.
"DEATH OF MR. T. HAWKER.
A Successful Business Career of Over Forty Years in Walsall
HIS PUBLIC WORK
After an illness of about five weeks’ duration, Mr. Thomas Hawker, one of Walsall’s best-known tradesmen and an active and ardent support of various local organisations, passed away at his residence, Park Road, Great Barr, on Tuesday, in his 67th year.
A native of Tewkesbury, Mr. Hawker served his apprenticeship in the bakery trade at Brierley Hill, and after spending a short time in Birmingham, he came to Walsall in 1879, to work for his brother-in-law, Mr. Ellis, of Caldmore. About a year later, he started on his own account in Green Lane, and there he built up a flourishing business as a grocer and baker and wine and spirit merchant. It was largely by his own efforts that he succeeded, and it was not until he had controlled its affairs for over 40 years that he began to take things somewhat easier, when the business was formed into a limited liability company, as Messrs. T. hawker and Sons, a few years ago. He filled the position of chairman, however, up the time of his death and continued to be closely associated with the undertaking, although during the last year or two he was seriously troubled by failing eyesight, which also caused him to restrict his activities in other directions. A strong Unionist in politics, Mr. Hawker was prominently identified with that party in the town for a long period, and he was chairman of the old club in Bradford Street during the important period when the seat was captured from the Liberals by the present Sir Richard Cooper, Bart, who defeated Major Dunne in 1910.
To the Master Bakers Association, Mr. Hawker rendered valuable service, which was recognised by the presentation to him of an illuminated address and other gifts in 1923, as president and secretary for about thirty years; and another body with which his name will for long be closely associated in the Walsall and district Licensed Victuallers Association, of which he was president for a number of years. He retired from that office in 1924, and a rather melancholy circumstance connected with his death is that the members of the association had arranged to make a presentation to him on Wednesday evening.
A year or two before the war, Mr. Hawker succeeded Mr. R. B. Sutton as the chairman of the Walsall floral and Horticultural Society, and he resumed that office in 1919 and retained it for another two or three years’ and for six years, prior to 1904, he was the president of the Walsall Harmonic Society.
Personally, Mr. Hawker was an affable and genial gentleman, who was held in high esteem, and he will be much missed by a large circle of friends. He had ten sons and daughters, all of whom survive him.
In March, 1901, Mr. Hawker contested a municipal by-election in the Birchills ward, but he was unsuccessful, Mr. E. Egan being returned by 1,052 to 552.
The Funeral
The late Mr. Hawker was laid to rest in Ryecroft Cemetery yesterday afternoon. At the service, which was conducted in St Peter’s Church by the Rev. Preb. C. E. McCreery, the hymn, “Rock of Ages,” was sung, The mourners were: Messrs. Reg, George, William, Cecil, James and Charlie Hawker (sons) Mrs. Hall and Miss Alice Hawker (daughters) Mr. H. Wint and Mr. J. Hall (sons-in-law), Mrs Matthews, Tewkesbury (niece) and Mr. G. Darke Gloucester (nephew) and Gladys, Annie, and Tommy Hawker (grandchildren). Six old employees, who acted as bearers, were Messrs. A. Hedges, J. Veale, E. Bridgman, F. Hewlett, J. Bytheway, and F. Hill.
The master Bakers’ Association was represented by Messrs. J. Coole (president) J.R. Ditchfield (vice-president) F. W. Griffin (hon. Treasurer) and Mr. J. C. Chattin (hon. secretary). Representing the Walsall and District Licensed Victuallers’ Association were Messrs. P. B. Cooke (president) A. Medlam (vice-president) , B. Baggott (treasurer) F. Paddock (senior auditor) G.E Parry and M. F. Harrison (secretary), Councillor E. Evans, solicitor to the family, was also present and Mr. A. Turner represented the Walsall Unionist Association, and Mr. W. A. Blackburn the Walsall Unionist Club.
There were many harps among the numerous floral tributes, which included wreaths from the Master Bakers’ Association, the Walsall Unionist club, the Walsall Harmonic Society, the Licensed Victuallers’ Association, and the employees."
Provided by Jean Wint to Graham George Hawker by email on 10 March 2002.

9Marriage Certificate, Official Document.
"1885 Marriage solemnized at St Paul's Church in the Parish of Walsall in the County of Stafford.
No. 301
When Married: Nov 9th 1885
Name: Thomas Hawker. Age: full. Condition: Widower. Profession: Baker. Residence: 94 Green Lane, Walsall. Father: George Hawker. Profession of Father: Farmer
Name: Annie Ward. Age: full. Condition: Spinster. Profession: blank. Residence: Wisemore, Walsall. Father: Thomas Ward. Profession of Father: Farmer.
Married in the Church of St Paulaccording to the Rites and Cermonies of the Established Church by Licence by E.M.Fitzgerals.
Signed by Thos. Hawker and Annie Ward in the presence of (illegible) and Mary (illegible)."
Although illegible, the surnames of the two witnesses appear to be the same.


Ann Ward

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."

21881 Census, PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2828 Folio 77 Page 5.
" Dwelling: 51 Caldmore
Census Place: Walsall Foreign, Stafford, England
Source: FHL Film 1341677 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2828 Folio 77 Page 5
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Francis ELLIS M 26 M Weeford, Stafford, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Baker Employing 2 Men
Ellen ELLIS M 26 F Walsall, Stafford, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Bakers Wife
Francis ELLIS 7 M Walsall, Stafford, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Ellen ELLIS 5 F Walsall, Stafford, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Ernest ELLIS 3 M Walsall, Stafford, England
Rel: Son
George ELLIS 2 M Walsall, Stafford, England
Rel: Son
Sarah LOCKLEY U 32 F Bromstead Heath, Shropshire, England
Rel: Wifes Sister
Occ: Servant (Domestic)
Ann WARD U 24 F Blakemore, Stafford, England
Rel: Wifes Sister
Occ: Servant (Domestic)."

3Birth Certificate.
"Registration District: Walsall
1856 Birth in the sub-district of Bloxwich in the County of Stafford
No: 188
When & Where: Sixth August 1856 Bloxwich
Name: Ann
Sex: Girl
Father: Thomas Ward
Mother: Ann Ward formerly Dyke
Occupation of Father: Agricultural Labourer
Informant: X The Mark of Ann Ward, Mother, Bloxwich
When registered: Ninth September 1856
Registrar: Charles Goodwin, Registrar."
Birth place on birth certificate differs from that shown in 1881 census.

4Internet, Email from Jean Wint, 17 Feb 2002.
"George Hawker died 11 March 1959 aged 75

Thomas, his father died 19 January 1926 aged 66
Ann (1st wife) died 13 September 1931
Alice Jane (daughter) died 11 April 1948 aged 49

The grave is in Ryecroft cemetery. Walsall and we will send a copy of the
photo in the near future.

Ron's mother, Elena Augusta, died in hospital in 1932 aged 44
and his father Harold died 3 Nov 1937 aged 40 ("died of a broken heart")."

5Marriage Certificate, Official Document.
"1885 Marriage solemnized at St Paul's Church in the Parish of Walsall in the County of Stafford.
No. 301
When Married: Nov 9th 1885
Name: Thomas Hawker. Age: full. Condition: Widower. Profession: Baker. Residence: 94 Green Lane, Walsall. Father: George Hawker. Profession of Father: Farmer
Name: Annie Ward. Age: full. Condition: Spinster. Profession: blank. Residence: Wisemore, Walsall. Father: Thomas Ward. Profession of Father: Farmer.
Married in the Church of St Paulaccording to the Rites and Cermonies of the Established Church by Licence by E.M.Fitzgerals.
Signed by Thos. Hawker and Annie Ward in the presence of (illegible) and Mary (illegible)."
Although illegible, the surnames of the two witnesses appear to be the same.


James Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."


Alice Jane Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."

2Internet, Email from Jean Wint, 17 Feb 2002.
"George Hawker died 11 March 1959 aged 75

Thomas, his father died 19 January 1926 aged 66
Ann (1st wife) died 13 September 1931
Alice Jane (daughter) died 11 April 1948 aged 49

The grave is in Ryecroft cemetery. Walsall and we will send a copy of the
photo in the near future.

Ron's mother, Elena Augusta, died in hospital in 1932 aged 44
and his father Harold died 3 Nov 1937 aged 40 ("died of a broken heart")."


Benjamin Thomas Barrick

11881 Census, PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2820 Folio 88 Page 32.
" Dwelling: Coal Pool (Coal Pool House)
Census Place: Walsall Foreign, Stafford, England
Source: FHL Film 1341675 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2820 Folio 88 Page 32
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Sarah E. BILLINGTON U 57 F Ireland
Rel: Head
Occ: Income From Houses And Land (GentWoman)
Wm.Chas. BILLINGTON U 32 M Birmingham, Warwick, England
Rel: Nephew
Occ: Printers Compositor
John BANICK OR BARRICK M 32 M Lt Houghton, Northampton, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Coal Miner
Martha BANICK OR BARRICK M 31 F Walsall, Stafford, England
Rel: Boarder
Emma BANICK OR BARRICK 5 F Cannock, Stafford, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Scholar
Martha BANICK OR BARRICK 3 F Cannock, Stafford, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Scholar
John J. BANICK OR BARRICK 2 M Cannock, Stafford, England
Rel: Boarder
Occ: Scholar
Benjamin T. BANICK OR BARRICK 6 m M Rushall, Stafford, England
Rel: Boarder."

2Internet, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/a/r/Ellen-R-Barrick/index.html.
"Welcome to the Barrick - Rush Family Tree Home Page!! My name is Ellen Anne Rush Barrick and I have just started my family tree search this summer. It is proving to be challenging, addictive and fun! My search on my husband's family begins with the family of John Barrick, born in Walsall, England in 1852; he died in Walsall in 1908. He married Martha Yates in England. Their son was Benjamin Thomas born in 1880 in Walsall, England and died in Lynbrook, Long Island, NY in 1954. Benjamin married Lillian Blanche Hawker born in Walsall, England in 1887 and dying in 1954 in Lynbrook, Long Island, NY. Their two children were George Thomas Hawker born in 1914 in NY and Mildred Allice born in 1922 in NY. George is my husband Thomas' father. My search also includes the family of Enoch (aka Enos) B. Rush born in Mead County, KY in 1839. He married Manerva Bennett, born in 1847 in Muehlenberg County, KY. They were married January 8, 1874 in Owensboro, KY. They had the following children: Lydia Estella, Edwin B., James Addison, Susan, Ina May, Charles Samuel, John Bennett, Eugene Guy. Eugene was my grandfather, born in 1889 in Glenville, KY and married Hadia Hornbaker, born in 1892 in Owensboro, KY. Their children were: Charles Edward; Stella Mae (died in infancy); Eugene Guy. Charles is my father and married Bessie Lucille Davis, my mother. Her father was Casper (Cass) Franklin Davis, born in 1879 in Fayette County, GA and he married Molly Murphy born in 1880 in Fayette County, GA. They were married in 1907. Casper's mother was Catherine Parrott. Molly's parents were William Taylor Murphy born in approx.1850 and Charlotte Mitchell born in1847 in GA. I would appreciate any information you might have on any of these families and I will gladly share my information in return."
ellibear@preferred.com.


Lillian Blanche Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."


Mildred Alice Barrick

1Internet, Email from Ellen Anne and Tom Barrick, 26 Apr 2001.
"Attached is a photo of Mildred Alice Barrick, daughter of Lillian Hawker
Barrick. She was born on 7/14/22, but we do not have date of death. At some
point she married and became Mildred Anderson. We will supply more info as
we find it."
For photo see scrapbook entry.


Arthur Cecil Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."


William Henry Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."

2Rootsweb, FREE BMD, http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Sandwell 35/3/294.
"HAWKER William H WHITEHOUSE Rebecca Wednesbury, St Paul Sandwell 35/3/294."
Found on www.westmidlandsbmd.org.uk 10/1/2004.


Rebecca Whitehouse

1Rootsweb, FREE BMD, http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Sandwell 35/3/294.
"HAWKER William H WHITEHOUSE Rebecca Wednesbury, St Paul Sandwell 35/3/294."
Found on www.westmidlandsbmd.org.uk 10/1/2004.


Florence Mabel Hawker

11901 Census, RG13/2698 Folio 151 Page 13.
"Administrative District: Stafford.
Civil Parish: Walsall.
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Andrew.
Ward: Birchills.
98 Green Lane.
Thomas Hawker. Head. M. 41. Grocer and Baker. Worcester Oldbury.
(Continued on page 14)
Ann Hawker. Wife. M. 42. -. Staffs Walsall.
Reginald T -do-. Son. S. 18. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
George -do-. Son. S. 17. Grocer and Baker. -do- -do.
Lillian -do-. Daughter. S. 14. -. -do- -do.
Ellen A -do-. Daughter. S. 13. -. -do- -do-.
William H -do-. Son. -. 11. -. -do- -do-.
James -do-. Son. -. 10. -. -do- -do-.
Flora A -do-. Daughter. -. 8. -. -do- -do-.
Cecil A -do-. Son. -. 7. -. -do- -do-.
Charles -do-. Son. -. 5. -. -do- -do-.
Alice -do-. Daughter. -. 3. -. -do- -do-.
Jane Nutting. Servant. S. 21. General Domestic Servant. -do- Shelfield."


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