Hawker and Hall Family Trees

Notes


Katey Rock

Katey Rock was probably adopted. 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.

I am told that in the Walsall 1891 census at Little London appear:
Joseph (Head) 57 Filer Born Walsall
Ann (Wife) 56 born Walsall
Catherine (daughter) 18 Warehouse person born Birmingham
Edmund BOOTH 1 Nurse child born Walsall
I have not yet checked this information


William Lockley

The British Vital Records Index Second Edition from the Church of Latter Day Saints (BVRI2) shows a Samuel Lockley born in Gnosall to William Lockley and Sarah, and the marriage earlier of:
William Lockley and Sarah Bratton on 14 February 1804

I have assumed this is the Samuel Lockley I need for the following reasons:
1. Sarah Lockley was born in Bromstead Heath (Gnosall)
2. The name Sarah would be logical, the name of the father's mother.

Also shown in BVRI2 are:

LOCKLEY, Thomas Chr 1804 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, James Chr 1805 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, John Chr 1808 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, William Chr 1810 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, Frances Chr 1813 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, Thomas Chr 1815 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, Benjamin Chr 1818 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, Samuel Chr 1820 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, Sarah Chr 1825 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah
LOCKLEY, Ann Chr 1830 Engl Staf Gnosal
Fa: William LOCKLEY
Mo: Sarah


Ann Pearston

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


Fanny Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


Isaac Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


Jane Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


Samuel Burrows

In the 1770 directory of Willenhall there is a "Samuel Burrows, fine ward chest lockmaker". The location is shown simply as "town". See:
http://freespace.virgin.net/m.harbach/1770dir1.html


Hannah Hadley

Several Hadleys appear in the 1770 directory of Willenhal, in the Little London areal. They are

Samuel Hadley, fine padlock maker
John Hadley, fine padlock and corkscrew maker
William Hadley, coffin and chest handle maker
Richard Hadley, coffin and chest handle maker

See:
http://freespace.virgin.net/m.harbach/1770dir1.html

In the 1835 directory of "WILLENHALL LOCKMAKERS & ALLIED TRADES " there were only Joseph and Joseph Jr., rim lock makers of Little London.
See:
http://freespace.virgin.net/m.harbach/1835lockwill.html

In the 1835 Willenhall Commercial Directory there was also Joseph Hadley Jr of Little London listed as a shopkeeper. See:
http://freespace.virgin.net/m.harbach/1835dirwill.html


William Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


Richard Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


Jeremiah Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm


John Burrows

From Transcripts of Parish registers of St Giles Church, Willenhall by P. Galloway found on:
http://www.wolverhamptonarchives.dial.pipex.com/stgiles.htm

This entry was taken from the copy in the registers of St Peter's Church, Wolverhampton. P Galloway states:

"PLACE
Until 1848, St Giles� Church was a Chapel of Ease of St Peter�s Church, Wolverhampton.
It was customary for entries from the Willenhall registers to be copied into the St Peter�s
registers until 1717/8, when the practice ceased. Some entries in this transcript have been
taken from the Wolverhampton registers — these are listed with �w� in the place. There is
no register of Willenhall baptisms 1709-1720 but entries up to 1717/8 have been taken
from those copied into the Wolverhampton registers."


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