Person:William Hawk (11)

William J Hawk
b.13 Nov 1831 , , NJ
m. Bef 1830
  1. William J Hawk1831 - 1911
  2. Mary Hawk1833 - 1893
  3. Sarah A HawkAbt 1836 - 1907
  4. Elizabeth Hawk1839 - 1854
  5. Jane HawkAbt 1841 -
  6. George Hawk1843 - 1845
  7. Daniel Hawk1846 - 1926
  8. Theodore Hawk1851 - 1933
  9. Alice Gertrude HawkAbt 1857 -
m. 11 Jun 1854
  1. Elizabeth A HawkAbt 1855 -
  2. Louis (Lewis) HawkAbt 1857 - 1902
  3. Isaac Hawk1859 - 1880
  4. William Johnson Hawk1860 - 1953
  5. George Burdette Hawk1865 - 1913
  6. Benjamin Hawk1867 - 1931
  7. David C Hawk1867 - Aft 1920
  8. Hadleye C Hawk1871 - 1931
Facts and Events
Name William J Hawk
Gender Male
Birth[1] 13 Nov 1831 , , NJ
Marriage 11 Jun 1854 Athens Co., Ohioto Mary Jane Kitchen
Death[2][3] 13 Jul 1911 Bluff City, Harper, Kansas
Burial? Athens Co., Ohio
  1. Correspondence 12 Jul 1999; Information forwarded by Lisa Baker.
  2. Correspodence with Vernon R Alden Library, Ohio Univ, Athens, Ohio 45701: Their Source "The Peter's Papers"
    Death and Marr information.
  3. Athens County Messenger: Athens County, Ohio
    14 Jul 1911, 3 Aug 2006.

    14 July 1911 Athens Messenger
    William Hawk dies at home in Kansas; Former resident of Lower Plains will be buried at Union. Word has been received here of the sudden death of William Hawk aged ?? late Wednesday night, at his home in Bluff City, Kansas. His death was very unexpected.
    Mr. Hawk was born and raised about a mile and a half west of Athens, near Factory Church, living at that place for almost 70 years. For years he was known as one of the best stone mason and workmen in this part of the county and had a wide acquaintance. While living near this city, Mr. Hawk was married and reared a family of seven sons and one daughter. Two sons preceded their father in death and their mother passed away about 11 years ago.
    About ten years ago, Mr. Hawk went to Kansas to make his home and later married there. His second wife survives. Two sons, George, of Union and John of The Plains, live near this city, and the other three sons live in Kansas. His daughter Mrs. H.F. McCoy of Kansas is now visiting near this city. Mrs. McCoy brought the remains of her husband Dr. H.F. McCoy to Athens for burial about a year ago.
    Mr. Hawk will be buried at Union and the funeral party is expected to arrive here Saturday night on the late train. His son, Dr. B.F. Hawk is accompanying the remains of his father to Ohio. If the present plan does not miscarry, the funeral and burial will be held at Union burying ground near this city Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock.

    William Hawk dies at home in Kansas, he will be buriedat Union Cem Athens Co, Ohio. He was a long time resident of Athens near Factory Church.

  4.   Kansas State Historical Society. 1905: Kansas State Census: Bluff City, Harper Co.
    p 29: Dwelling#50, Fam#53, line 16, 28 Oct 2002.

    Age 73, born in New Jersey, moved to Kansas from Ohio, occ plasterer, served in Civil War, vol military from Ohio Co A Infantry, honorobly discharged. Marr to a CR Hawk with a Hazel Staley age 6 living in the house.

  5.   1850 US Census;NJ; Greenwich Twp,Warren,NJ;
    p 313;Dwelling#139;Fam#139.

    Age 18, born in New Jersey.

  6.   1860 US Census;Ohio;Athens,Athens,Ohio;Dwelling #251;Fam #270;p34.

    Age 28, born in New Jersey.

  7.   1870 US Census;Ohio;Athens twp at large,Athens Ohio;dwelling# 354;Fam# 396;p 55 Line 15.

    Age 38, born in New Jersey.

  8.   1880 US Census;Athens,Athens,Ohio;SD 7;ED 3;p 17;dwelling#157;Fam#159.

    Age 48

  9.   1900 US Census; Athens,Athens,Ohio;SD 10;ED 3;Sheet 7;p32;dwelling 132;Fam#134.

    age 68, born in Nov 1831. A widower, listed as head of household.

  10.   1910 US Census;Kansas;Stohrville Twp,Harper,Kansas;SD 7;ED 65;Sheet 2B;Fam#50.

    Age 78, born in New Jersey. 2nd marrage to a Caroline.

  11.   Athens County Messenger: Athens County, Ohio
    8 Mar 1900, 3 Aug 2006.

    8 Mar - Metioned in his wife's, Mary Jane, obit

  12.   The Hawk Family. (webpage)
    7 Sep 2006.

    William J Hawk born 13 Nov 1831in New Jersey, died 13 July 1911. He was a plasterer, and later took up farming. He married Mary Jane Kitchen 11 Jun 1854 in Athens Co, Ohio.