1901 Census - Living at P reston Road, Yeovil with his wife Sarah A, 33, also in the house are hi s daughters Lilian F, 10 and Bessie J, 8. All are listed as being born i n Lodes, Dorset except his wife who is listed as being born in Askerwel l, Dorset.
Bessie Jane Hawker
1901 Ce nsus - Living at Preston Road, Yeovil with her parents John HAWKER, 35, a nd Sarah A, 33, also in the house is her sister Lilian F, 10. All are l isted as being born in Lodes, Dorset except her mother who is listed as b eing born in Askerwell, Dorset.
Email from Rhonda and Terry Bartlett tp Graham Geporge Hawker dated 9 June 2005 states:
Further details on the Ellen Louisa BARTLETT and Frederick William
It is interesting to see in the 1901 census that probably because of his
Army career they moved around a lot because further children are listed
Edith born 1890 in Ireland; Frederick born 1894 in Ireland; Albert born
1898 in Bermuda West Indies; and then Kate born 1900 at Aldershot
Rhonda and Terry Bartlett
Charles John Hawker
Email dated 14 May 2006 from Mike Barnes to Graham Hawker states:
"Reference the List below of children of Ellen Louisa and Frederick Hawker. We have found 2
additional children to the list:-
Charles John Hawker Eldersfield Parish records born 25 Dec 1885 Christened 1 Mar 1886.
Nellie Gertrude Bartlett Hawker born Eldersfield 9 Mar 1888 (BMD ref Jun Qtr 1888 Upton 6c pg 319)
Christened Longdon Parish Church 27 Mar 1888. On Longdon Parish records father Frederick Hawker is a
Also point of interest on Eldersfield Parish records John & Mary Hawker (nee Darrell) had a child
baptised 25 Nov 1792 named George no Giles can be found baptised could George and Giles be the same?
There is no other reference to George there after but a son Giles appears on John Hawkers Will."
St Michael and All Angels Church, Walford-on-Wye, Herefordshire
West of the church , and on a headstone belonging to Winifred Sarah Hawker of Hill Court Gardens, we see reference to her brother. Sergeant Arthur Allen Hawker who was killed in action on September 9th 1918. He served with No.1 Company of the 4th Battalion, Grenadier Guards and St Michael's has a plaque inside the church (to the left of the door on the north side) which was placed there by his father and mother (Arthur and Rhoda) in 1924. See picture on: http://www.hellfire-corner.demon.co.uk/westlakewalford.htm