Person:Adam Hawpe (1)

Lt. Adam Hawpe
b.abt. 1772 Pennsylvania
d.bef. 1802
m. abt. 1765
  1. John Hawpe1766 - 1845
  2. Henry Hawpeabt 1768 - 1836
  3. Elizabeth 'Betsy' Hawpe1770 - 1835
  4. Lt. Adam Hawpeabt 1772 - bef 1802
  5. Susanna Hawpeabt 1776 - 1848
  6. Emanuel Hawpe1779 - 1808
m. 27 November 1794
  1. Elizabeth Hawpe
Facts and Events
Name Lt. Adam Hawpe
Alt Name Adam Hemp
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1772 Pennsylvania
Marriage Bond 18 November 1794 Augusta County, Virginiato Catherine Coiner
Marriage 27 November 1794 Augusta County, Virginiato Catherine Coiner
Death? bef. 1802

Adam Hawpe was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Estate Records

  • Vol. 2 - 26th July, 1802--Catherine and Jno. Hawpe, administrators of Adam Hawp.

Marriage Bond

  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond: 1794--November 18, Adam Hawp and Geo. Coiner, surety. Adam Hawp and Catharine Coiner, daughter of Geo. Koiner (German).

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond: 1791--April 23, John Hawp and Pally Neizer (Mizer?), daughter of Adam Neizer (consent); witness, Adam Hawp; surety, Jacob Tieport (German).
  • Marriage Record - Adam Hemp and Catherine Coiner, 27th November 1794. [Source: "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813", compiled by Col. Thomas Hughart Chapter, D.A.R., Augusta County, Virginia, pg. 23].
  • Vol. 1 - SEPTEMBER 20, 1796. - (67) Adam Hawpe, as Lieutenant in a Company of Infantry in 2d Battalion, 32d Regiment, vice Robert Rennick, who refuses.
  • Vol. 1 - June 19, 1799.--John Burke's will: To wife; to daughter, Polly Huston four lots in Greenville; to daughter, Rachel Hoop, two lots in Greenville; to son John; to daughter Betsy Martain; to son Joseph--executor. Test: Adam Hawpe, James Shields, William Steele, Wm. H. Rayburn. 25th October, 1802. Proved by Rayburn.
  • Page 299.--4th July, 1799. Thomas Steele's will--To wife, Jane; daughter, Rosanah; daughter, Sally; daughter, Catharine; daughter, Jane Moore; son, William; sons, William and Robert; to James Smith. Executors, wife Jane, son William. Teste: Adam Hawpe, Michael Appell, Godlieb Stone. Proved, 25th July, 1803. William qualifies.
  • Page 369.--13th August, 1802. Rudolph Hawpe's will--To wife, Catharine; son Henry; to Mary Sights, Betsey Mummer, Susannah Coiner. Emanual Hawpe; to son, John; son, Adam Hawpe, deceased; to grandchildren, children of Adam, deceased, viz: Elizabeth, Rudolph, and George Hawpe; to daughter-in-law, Catherine, widow of Adam. Executors, sons Henry and John. Teste: Wm. Steele, Peter Halseman, Wm. Lyons. Proved, 25th June, 1804.
  • Vol. 2 - John B. Christian vs. Lyons--O. S. 404; N. S. 147--Bill, 1821. In 1802 Adam Hawpo of Augusta died, intestate, leaving widow Catherine, now wife of _____ Lyons, and children, viz: Rudolph, George, Elizabeth, wife of James Williamson. Adam had brother John. Catherine was daughter of George A. Coiner.