Person:William Hawkins (84)

William Hawkins
d.23 Jun 1840
m. Apr 1764
  1. William HawkinsAbt 1765 - 1840
  2. John HawkinsAbt 1767 -
  3. James HawkinsAbt 1768 -
  4. Borden HawkinsAbt 1769 -
  5. Magdalene HawkinsAbt 1770 -
  6. Sarah HawkinsAbt 1772 -
m. 23 Feb 1787
Facts and Events
Name William Hawkins
Gender Male
Alt Birth? 30 Jun 1764 Augusta County, Virginia
Birth? Abt 1765 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 23 Feb 1787 Augusta County, Virginiato Nancy Ann Hogg
Death? 23 Jun 1840

William Hawkins was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1787--February 22, Wm. Hawkins and Patrick Shirkey, surety, of County of Botetourt. Wm. Hawkins and Nancy Hogg, daughter of Elizabeth Hogge (consent). Teste: Thos. Smythe, Pat. Sharkey.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Record: 1787, By Rev. Wm. Wilson: February 23d, Wm. Hawkins and Nancy Hogg.
  • Vol. 2 - Hogg vs. Bennett--O. S. 295; N. S. 105--Bill in Rockingham filed 1801 by Jesse Bennett and Elizabeth, his wife, late Hogg; William Hawkins and Ann, his wife, late Hogg (Elizabeth and Ann are daughters of Peter Hogg, who died 1782, testate). Peter's widow, Elizabeth, is still alive. Peter had sons, James, Peter and Thomas. Will of Peter Hogg of Augusta County, 5th October, 1773. Wife, Elizabeth; son, James, 5,000 acres on the Ohio; son, Peter, 4,000 acres on the Ohio; daughters, Anne and Elizabeth; brother, Walter Hog of Edinborough; father, James Hog of Edinborough. Codicil, 10th November, 1777. Son Thomas born since above. In 1773 Order of Council allotted to Peter 2,100 acres under Dinwiddie's proclamation; also 237 acres allowed to Peter by Washington for services of his servant, Duncan Ferguson, enlisted as a drummer in Peter's Company of 1st Virginia Regiment.