Hawkins of Virginia, the Carolinas, and Kentucky : court records, queries, brief lineages, genealogical notes

published by Dorothy Ford Wulfeck
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Naugatuck, Connecticut : D.F. Wulfeck, [1963?]
86 leaves


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Partial contents: York County, Virginia, records -- Spotsylvania County records -- Hawkins searchers -- Some descendants in the Daughters of the American Revolution -- Hawkins [extracts from books] -- James City County records -- Colonel Benjamin Hawkins / Mrs. J.L. Walker -- Jamison F. Hawkins -- Seventeenth century Isle of Wight County, Virginia -- Queries and notes from the Virginia gazette -- Hawkins family marriages -- Queries from Genealogy and history magazine -- Queries from DAR magazine -- Hawkins records, Orange County, Virginia -- Hawkins-Craig-Faulkner family -- Excerpt from The Strother family -- [Excerpts from] North Carolina historical and genealogical magazine -- [Hawkins from] Mayes and related families -- Hawkins records from England -- Hawkins of Kentucky -- Hawkins notes -- Hawkins query in the Hartford (Conn.) times -- [Hawkins] second census of Kentucky, 1800 -- Old Rappahannock County, records -- [Hawkins] wills in Spotsylvania Co. -- Index.

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