Hawker and Hall Family Trees

Notes


Ann Hawker

An Ann Hawker born in Eldersfield appears as a servant in the 1851 census for Redmarley, Worcs. of about the right age. In that year she is not living with her parents in Eldersfield


William Hawker

Died intestate, everything going to his brother John


Berkeley Hawker

In 1851 census for Tewkesbury living with Charles Hawker aged 71 (b 1780) a Cooper born in Upton


Mabel Violet Waller

From her Will dated 14 August 1972 and probate record dated 8/2/1999


Lanoe George Hawker

First World War flying ace. Awarded DSO and VC. Shot down by Manfred von Richthofen. See:
http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/england/hawker.html

No connection known to the Hawkers of Eldersfield Gloucestershire


Ulic Bernard Nolen

1 _FA1
2 DATE 13 MAY 1964
2 PLAC buried at Boort Cemetry


Ulic commenced his formal education with the Marist Brothers in Bendigo,&completed his schooling
at the local school when his family returned to live in Boort. Likehis brothers before him, Ulic too
worked for local farmers, namely Messrs Bert & Reg Smith. From the earlyage of fifteen he was responsible for working a team of horses.
Following the outbreak of theSecond World War, Ulic & Eddie Lang were twoof the first local boys to enlist for service, joining the original 6thBattalion. Ulic was discharged on medical grounds as he was required tohave a hernia repair. Dr Lidgett of Boort performed the operation free ofcharge, enabling
Ulic to re-enlist.
March 6th, 1941, Ulic joined the 2nd/23rd Infantry Battalion,training inPuckapunyal, & later in Perth,
where he trained as a fitter & turner with the armed tanks regiment,before embarking on the Lar Tarakan
for North Borneo in 1945.Ulic took his oath at Royal Park with AlanKeating (6 numbers off Alan's), Alan
Keating's father Dave worked with Ulic fencing around Boort area.
Active service in Borneo 8 months,he like all soldiers who served in thePacific theatre of war, received the Honour Pacific Star. At the end ofthe war Ulic was discharged from the army 19th Oct., 1945.
In 1944, whilst on leave from training in Perth, Ulic married BettyChampion Forrest, on the 9th, Dec,
at St. John's Catholic Church , East Melbourne.
Betty & Ulic had eight children, four daughters & four sons.
All were educated at the local school, with the exception of Des & Loisall have left Boort.
Ulic died at the age of 45 years,Betty was left with a young family agesranged from 3 years to 18 years.
See scrap book for Ulics' obituary.


Sarah Cooper

Posting on the Black Country Roots Web internet mailing list 3 May 2002 from Pat Hayward:

Are you looking for a burial for 62 year old
Sarah COOPER of Lapley, Brewood?
You will find it at St Matthews Church, Walsall
16 Sep 1851.

2 yr old Elizabeth COOPER of Birmingham was buried
23 Jun 1840 at All Saints Church, Bloxwich, Walsall.

Mrs Elizabeth COOPER of Walsall buried
29 Apl 1659 Tamworth, Stffordshire.

Rachel COOPER of Walsall buried 2 Oct 1834
at St Johns Church, Shenstone. aged 42.


Elizabeth Cooper

Posting on the Black Country Roots Web internet mailing list 3 May 2002 from Pat Hayward:

Are you looking for a burial for 62 year old
Sarah COOPER of Lapley, Brewood?
You will find it at St Matthews Church, Walsall
16 Sep 1851.

2 yr old Elizabeth COOPER of Birmingham was buried
23 Jun 1840 at All Saints Church, Bloxwich, Walsall.

Mrs Elizabeth COOPER of Walsall buried
29 Apl 1659 Tamworth, Stffordshire.

Rachel COOPER of Walsall buried 2 Oct 1834
at St Johns Church, Shenstone. aged 42.


Gyles Hawker

Email from Marcy Petersen, 9 September 2006, states the following found in the will:
1600 Gyles Hawker Dst
Johane Filto alias Wheler
George Mane
Ane Mane
Ane Mane, dau to Geroge Man
Johann Hampton, servant
Johane Greenway, dau of Roger Mane
Edward Mane the yngr
Willym Reggestye?
Thomas Hawker
Richard Hawker, son to George
Robart Mane & Edward Mane, the yngr, my sons in lawe
Overseers: Thomases Hawker & Filto alias Wheler
Debts: John Weles


Charles Hawker

John Hawker married Elizabeth Roberts in Claines on 2 APR 1805 Source IGI Batch 7308801 or 2 APR 1806 Source IGI Batch 7303113


Henry Finch

Email from Rhonda and Terry Bartlett tp Graham Geporge Hawker dated 9 June 2005 states:


At last we have solved the John BARTLETT Louisa HAWKER marriage
I hope you will alter the facts on your HAWKER FAMILY web page.

I'm not sure how you will record this but Louisa Hodges HAWKER did in
fact marry a Henry FINCH, in February 1854, at the Eldersfield Parish
Church. ( The marriage was incorrectly recorded as Harriet HAWKER age
20 perhaps her "pet name" ? ) Louisa became a widow and married John
BARTLETT in Ledbury Parish Church 21st January 1856 (We have the
marriage certificate)
It records that John BARTLETT full age, bachelor, married Louisa FINCH
full age, widow, in the presence of Mrs Bartlett and Elizabeth Hawker.
Mrs Bartlett: we presume this to be Janneta BARTLETT John's step mother
and Elizabeth Hawker: we presume to be Eliza the sister of Louisa.

I see in the free online BMD that a Henry FINCH died in Tewkesbury
district during the March quarter of 1854 and can only, at this stage,
presume that this is the man that Louisa married making her a widow
within a few weeks of her first marriage. We are considering sending for
this certificate to see what it will reveal

Further details on the Ellen Louisa BARTLETT and Frederick William
HAWKER family.
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
Best wishes
Rhonda and Terry Bartlett
Western Australia


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