Hawker and Hall Family Trees


William Hawker

From Janet Booth, 12 September 2006:
This looks like your family in the 1871 of Grafton, Gloucs:
RG10/2658, folio 31, page 20
Hamlet of Grafton
William HAWKER Head Mar 34 Coal ? Gloucestershire Dumbleton
(It looks like Merch has been written over the original 2nd word of his occupation)
Betsy do Wife Mar 28 Collector of Tolls Norfolk Rockland St Mary
Annie do Daur Unm 10 Scholar Worcestershire Bredon
Walter W do Son " 8 do do do
Albert E do Son " 6 do do do
Adeliza do Daur " 4 do Gloucestershire Beckford
Kate E do Daur 2 Worcestershire Overbury?
Frank do Son 10 m Gloucestershire Beckford

Ann Louisa Hawker

Sylvia Butzin sent an email to Graham George Hawker on 12 September 2006 stating:
Annie Louisa Hawker was born Jul-Sep 1860 Tewkesbury. (ancestry BMD)
It appears Annie may have died Jan-Mar 1879 in Winchcomb. The name was
Annie Louisa and she was born about 1861. (ancestry BMD)

John James Newman

Information provided by DC McKee but without documentation. I have searched the 1881 census and the only Newman family that seems to fit is as follows:
Dwelling: Corse Lawn
Census Place: Eldersfield, Worcester, England
Source: FHL Film 1341700 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2922 Folio 61 Page 9
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Fanny NEWMAN M 57 F Painswick, Gloucester, England
Rel: Wife (Head)
Occ: Blacksmiths Wife
James NEWMAN U 23 M Toddington, Gloucester, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith
Frederick NEWMAN U 18 M Eldersfield, Worcester, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Blacksmith

Mary Ann Newman

Information provided by DC McKee

Richard Coldrick

Noted reference to the above in your connected globe information.�k died Feby 2nd 1869 aged 60

Hannah Locke

Marriage in IGI. No other candidate found in IGI.
Sex: M

Spouse: Hannah LOCK
Marriage: 22 Jun 1837
Hartpury, Gloucester, England


Source Information:


Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M029024 1774-1884 0991295 Film 6911729 Film

Harriet Coldrick

Imported from IGI

James Coldrick

Imported from IGI

Ellen Coldrick

Imported from IGI

Mary Coldrick

Imported from IGI

John Coldrick

Imported from IGI

William Coldrick

Imported from IGI

Jane Coldrick

Imported from IGI

Richard Coldrick

Imported from IGI

Joseph Rock

I have been told that in the Walsall census of 1861 at Little London appear the family Joseph (Head, Nail Plater), Ann (Wife), George (Son), John (Son). I have not yet checked this information.

Ann Dutton

Email from Doreen Howes to Graham Hawker 14 August 2009:
ANN DUTTON was born Aug 1834 in Walsall, Staffs, and died 18 Jul 1911 in ?. She married JOSEPH ROCK. He was born Abt. 1833 in Walsall, Staffs, and died 01 May 1912 in Walsall, Staffs.

More About ANN DUTTON:
Baptism: 17 Aug 1834, St Matthews Church, Walsall
Occupation: 1851, Dressmaker
Residence 1: 1841, Bott Lane, The Foreign, Walsall Staffs
Residence 2: 1851, 164 Ablewell Street, Walsall, Staffs

Joseph Sadler

Information provided by Eric Rock suggests that Katey Rock was probably the daughter of Joseph Sadler and Elizabeth Roberts. They were publicans at the White Hart public House at 56 Caldmore Wlasall in 1871. Elizabeth committed suicide at the White Hart on 1 September 1874 and Joseph died at the White Hart on 7 April 1875.

Elizabeth Roberts

Joseph Sadler and Elizabeth Roberts were publicans at the White Hart public House at 56 Caldmore Wlasall in 1871. Elizabeth committed suicide at the White Hart on 1 September 1874 and Joseph died at the White Hart on 7 April 1875.
In an email to Graham Hawker 29 Jan 2009 Nick Griffin states that: (Elizabeth committed suicide by cutting her own throat in the pub and is said to be the ghost that haunts the building).

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