Hawker and Hall Family Trees


Harriet Davis

Email to Graham Hawker from Janet Hobson dated 20 March 2007:

Just discovered your site when looking for Coldricks in the Newent area.
Charles Coldrick born 1823 son of Moses Coldrick and Elizabeth Herbert
married Harriet Davis 26th Oct 1851. They had 10 children - one of these
Jane Coldrick married Robert Daubeney of the Northumberland Fusiliers at
Colchester Barracks. Robert ws the brother of my Great Grandfather

1881 Census for Charles and his family

Charles COLDRICK Head M Male 58 Newent, Gloucester, England
Ag Labourer
Harriet COLDRICK Wife M Female 49 Aston Ingham, Hereford,
James COLDRICK Son U Male 22 Newent, Gloucester, England Ag
Benjamin COLDRICK Son U Male 21 Newent, Gloucester, England
Ag Labourer
Caroline COLDRICK Daur U Female 19 Newent, Gloucester, England
Domestic Servant
William COLDRICK Son U Male 15 Newent, Gloucester, England
General Labourer
Jane COLDRICK Daur Female 13 Newent, Gloucester, England
Alice COLDRICK Daur Female 11 Newent, Gloucester, England

Dwelling Church Street
Census Place Newent, Gloucester, England
Family History Library Film 1341610
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2526 / 12
Page Number 17

Charles died soon after this census

Francis Hall

Bible Christain Circuit,Penzance
12th November 1840 Francis child of Richard & Ann Hall of Gulval(Miner)was baptized at Carfury Chapel by
Thomas Green

1861 census
Enumeration District 27

Civil Parish of Gulval, Eccl. District of -

Folio 84 Page 6

23 Carniequidden,1,Francis Hall,Head,U,21,,Miner,Gulval Cornwall,,
,,,John Hall,Brothr,U,18,,Miner,Gulval Cornwall,,
,,,Christiana Hall,Sister,U,,16,House Keeper (Crossed Out),GulvalCornwall,,
,,,James Hall,Brothr,U,15,,Miner,Gulval Cornwall,,
,,,Christopher Hall,Brothr,U,12,,Scholar,Gulval Cornwall,,
,,,Margt Jane Hall,Sister,U,,19,Crossed Out & Unreadable,Gulval Cornwall,

1881 census
Dwelling: Mill Downs
Census Place: Zennor, Cornwall, England
Source: FHL Film 1341563 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2342 Folio102 Page 2
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Francis HALL M 41 M Gulval, Cornwall, England
Rel: Head
Occ: Farmer of 24 Acres
Emma HALL M 34 F Ludgvan, Cornwall, England
Rel: Wife
Occ: Farmers Wife
Minnie HALL 11 F Zennor, Cornwall, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Annie HALL 9 F Zennor, Cornwall, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Richard HALL 7 M Zennor, Cornwall, England
Rel: Son
Occ: Scholar
Grace HALL 5 F Zennor, Cornwall, England
Rel: Daur
Occ: Scholar
Ursula HALL 1 F Zennor, Cornwall, England
Rel: Daur
Betsy BLIGHT W 75 F Wendron, Cornwall, England
Rel: Moth in Law
Occ: Annuitant
John EDDY U 67 M Wendron, Cornwall, England
Rel: Lodger
Occ: Retired Farmer

1891 census

Enumeration District 17

Civil Parish of Zennor, Eccl. Parish of Zennor

Folio 186 Page 7

36,Mill Downs,1,John Eddy,Head,S,77,,Farmer,Neither,Wendron Cornwall,,
,,,Elizabeth Blight,Sister,W,,83,Living On Her Own Means,,WendronCornwall,,
,,,Minnie Hall,Niece,S,,21,,,Zennor Cornwall,,
,,,Annie Hall,Niece,S,,18,,,Zennor Cornwall,,
,,,Grace Hall,Niece,S,,15,,,Zennor Cornwall,,
,,,Ursula Hall,Niece,,,11,Scholar,,Zennor Cornwall,,

Agnes Cooper

Information on Agnes Cooper in an email to Graham Hawker from Rosemary Grant:
"I am related through Agnes Cooper, daughter of Samuel Cooper and Charlotte Cox.  She
married my great grandfather Thomas Burgess in 1856 with whom she had eight children. After
his death in 1869, she remarried Edward Williamson, and had two more."

William Hawker

Email received by Graham Hawker 3 July 2006 states:
"HAWKER William Ag Lab Sedgeberrow, Glos (seems to have died before 1881
Census)DOB 1804. Married Elizabeth  Ag Lab Overbury (DOB 1807 or 1809)
Robert Ag Lab Beckford 1828
John  Ag Lab Grafton-Beckford 1834 (living in Dumbleton at time of 1881 Ce nsus)
George  Ashton under Hill 1844
John is my Greatx2 Grandfather and William is my Greatx3 Grandfather, but beyond
that? I simply have been unable to find out anything else about William from Sedgeberrow."

William Arthur Hawker

Email to Graham Hawker from Nanette Nolan in May 2006 state:
(10 May 2006), I'm trying to find any info on my grandparent's George Thomas Hawker
grandmother Ann Jane nee Cooper there last residence was Staffordshire Eng  but whether
they came from else where I don't know  and not knowing if my grandfather had siblings I
thought if there was any connection it would be of great help.
(12 May 2006),unfortunately I have very little to go on and living in Aus I'm not able to seek out files
etc I do know my grandmother had a brother who had a son called Ashley Cooper he was
killed in the 1st world war my father was William Arthur Hawker youngest of the family there
were  two older sister's  Mabel and Gertrude my father came from a Methodist family but
married my mother Ethel nee Follow in St Gerogery's parish I think Fenton Staffordshire its
hard not having any  certificates my father was in the royal navy during the 1st word war I do
know my grandfather was at  good at lawn bowls I have a photo from a news paper of him
winning a cup my mother for some reason destroyed a lot of photos mores the pity.   I'm afraid
that's it Graham.
                                                              Regards Nanette

Emma King

http://www.thornburymuseum.org.uk/archive/news_31.htm states:
“I believe that Thomas Day Burroughs married Hannah Hawker prior to travelling to Melbourne in 1853. I have not been able to find a record of their marriage in “Scribes Alcove” however I have found Hannah's Baptism Record as 13 June 1832 at Rockhampton. Thomas Day's baptism is also recorded at Rockhampton.”
After further investigation it has now been proven that Thomas Day Burroughs did indeed marry Hannah Hawker, of Oldbury on Severn, in Bristol in 1852. Their first daughter, Helena, was born in 1853, the same year that Thomas Day Burroughs sailed to Australia to seek his fortune. It was 5 years later that Hannah and her daughter, Helena, made the trip to Victoria, Australia aboard the ship the “William Jackson” to join Thomas. Thomas and Hannah Burroughs went on to have 4 more children, all boys including one set of twins. Hannah died in Melbourne in 1898 and Thomas died in 1901.
Hannah Hawker was the first child of Thomas Hawker and his wife Emma (nee King) of Oldbury on Severn. Thomas’s brother, John Hawker, married Emma’s sister, Priscilla King. Thomas and John Hawker were sons of John and Mary (nee Sheppard) Hawker and Emma and Priscilla King were daughters of Richard and Elizabeth King of Shepperdine.>>

William Hawker

Emigrated to Australia on the "Blenheim" arriving on 5 July 1855

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