Echoes of Spring Creek : a genealogy of the Hawkins family and related families of Jackson County and the surrounding area

Echoes of Spring Creek, Jackson County, Tennessee : a genealogy of the Hawkins family and related families of Jackson County and the surrounding area
by Harold Allen Hawkins and Janice Hawkins Elrod
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[S.l.] : H.A. Hawkins & J.H. Elrod, c2000
628, 140 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.


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John Hawkins was born in about 1630 in England. He was living near Baltimore, Maryland by 1651. He married Mary Dewes in about 1657 and they had six children. John died in 1676. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Maryland, Tennessee and North Carolina.

Includes index.

Includes Allen, Anderson, Brown, Chaffin, Gentry, Gibbons, Johnson, Lee, Linn, Loftis, Lynn, Maberry, Mahaney, Martin, Masters, Maxwell, Mayberry, Morgan, Phillips, Poston, Ramsey, Smith, West and related families.

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