Hawker and Hall Family Trees

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Joseph Halsall

11881 Census, PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3754 Folio 54 Page 1.
" Dwelling: Southport Rd
Census Place: Scarisbrick, Lancashire, England
Source: FHL Film 1341898 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3754 Folio 54 Page 1
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Robert HALSALL M 60 M Scarisbrick, Lancashire, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farmer Of 132 Acres
Ann HALSALL M 62 F Scarisbrick, Lancashire, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Farmer Wife
Joseph HALSALL U 26 M Scarisbrick, Lancashire, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Farmer Son
Margt. HALSALL U 23 F Scarisbrick, Lancashire, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Farmer Daur
Robert HALSALL U 18 M Scarisbrick, Lancashire, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Farmer Son."


Anne Jayne Halsall

1Rootsweb, FREE BMD, http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, Jun 1886 Ormskirk 8b 830.


Thomas Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"I am researching the Ellis Family. Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. I am
descended from one of his children. (Harry Ellis, b. Jan, 1863.
I have been looking mostly for the generation above Samuel and Hannah. Four of
Stephen''s brothers ended up immigrating to the United States and settled in
Birmingham Alabama. (Wylam is the actual town name)
Hannah was buried in Wylam Alabama herself.
The brothers that came here were:
Harry
Richard b. 7 June 1865
Thomas  b. 1864
William  b. 31 October 1866
Mary b. January 1857

The other siblings that we have are:
Stephen, John and George.
A daughter of Richard is still living in Wylam and I talked with her briefly by phone.
She told me that she didnt know where Stephen and John went but that George had
become a minister in England and had married a lady named Jane.
Please let me know if you would like to share information with me. Thank you so
much for what you have. I have several questions if you dont mind my taking your
time.
Look forward to hearing from you
Leslie Ellis."

2Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah.

Also see http://www.birminghamgenealogy.org/research/Angwin/page049.htm."


Eleanor Stoves

1Internet.
"From: "Kathryn A. Gibson" <Kipling4@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: [B-W] Stoves Family/Gelsenkirchen
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 17:42:17 -0500
Dear Fellow Researchers,
I have just discovered that my English ancestors moved to Germany after
their marriage in 1854 and had their 14 children there. Their names are
William Stoves and Ann Joisce[Joyce} Stoves. The only children's names I
know are George Stoves who was born 30 Sep 1870 and Eleanor Ellen Stoves
who was born 3 Sep 1861. Apparently the family came to the USA in 1887, but
do not know name of ship or where they landed. They settled in the State of
Alabama.
Is there anyway this information could be found in Germany?
Thank you for your attention to the above.
Kathryn A. Gibson."

2Internet, Email 26 Aug 2008 to Graham Hawker.
"Eleanor "Ellen" Stoves, b. 3 Sept 1861, in Gilsenkircuen, Prussia, (parents are English), married
Thomas Ellis in 1888. Children (all born in Alabama) include: Ester, Alice, Anna, Edith, Clara,
and Lillian. The family appears on the census in 1900, 1910, and 1920, in Jefferson County,
Alabama. Ellen died 2 Feb 1955. Thomas died 27 Feb 1924.

http://www.birminghamgenealogy.org/research/Angwin/page049.htm
ANGWIN FUNERAL HOME Records:
ELLIS ALLICE 12-14-1918 27 Unknown THOS ELLIS ENG ELLEN STOVES Unknown OAKLAND Cemetery
ELLIS ELLEN 02-05-1955 93 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown ELMWOOD cemetery
[The birth year is off by one according to my records, but this must be her. She's not buried in
same cemetery as Thomas?]
ELLIS THOMAS 02-27-1924 69 ENG SAM ELLIS ENG HANNAH ? ENG OAKLAND cemetery
[This is probably the husband of Ellen given his age and that he is buried in Oakland where their
daughter is buried. Also listed is a brother to Thomas, a William Ellis whose parents are Sam Ellis
and Hannah Borrough.]

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/randolph/newspapers/newspape668gnw.txt
The Roanoke Leader March 1906
NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS FROM "THE ROANOKE LEADER", Roanoke, Randolph County,
Alabama for MARCH 1906
SUDDEN DEATH OF REV. J.D. ELLIS IN BIRMINGHAM BRINGS SORROW TO MANY HEARTS IN ROANOKE WHERE HE HAD
RELATIVES
The sudden death of Rev. J.D. Ellis in Birmingham last Thursday afternoon was a shock to many
friends and admirers in every part of the state. The news was received with special regret in
Roanoke, because of the deceased's being brother-in-law to Mr. Jno. W. Radney and Rev. George
Stoves. Mr. Radney had just returned from Birmingham this evening, leaving Mr. Ellis well as usual,
though his general health had not been good for some time. Brother Stoves and Mrs. Radney went to
Birmingham Friday morning. The funeral was held
Saturday afternoon from the First Methodist church and the interment was in Woodlawn cemetery. Many
ministers of the gospel and other friends attended the services. Mr. Ellis was barely 40 years of
age. He leaves a wife and five children, four of whom are girls. Mrs. Ellis is the sister of Mrs.
J.W. Radney and Mrs. George Stoves."


William Stoves

1Rootsweb, FREE BMD, http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, JUN 1854 Morpeth 10b 395.


Ann Joisce

1Rootsweb, FREE BMD, http://freebmd.rootsweb.com, JUN 1854 Morpeth 10b 395.


Susan Jane Caswell

11881 UK Census , RG11 Piece 2579 Folio 52 Page 1.
"Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
William HAWKER Head M Male 33 Chaceley, Worcester, England General Labourer
Sophia Drew HAWKER Wife M Female 33 Longdon, Gloucester, England
George HAWKER Son Male 13 Harpery, Gloucester, England General Labourer
Ellen HAWKER Daur Female 7 Chaceley, Worcester, England Scholar
William CASWELL Step Son Male 4 Newcastle On Tyne, Northumberland, England Scholar
Kate HAWKER Daur Female 4 Chaceley, Worcester, England Scholar
Susan J. CASWELL Step Daur Female 2 Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland, England

Source Information:
Dwelling Chaceley Village
Census Place Chaceley, Worcester, England
Family History Library Film 1341622
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2579 / 52
Page Number 1."


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