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Timothy Hawkes

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Timothy Hawkes (c1805-1874) of Smith and Hawkes

1804 November 27th. Born In King's Norton, the son of Thomas Lakin Hawkes (c1778-1820), a Factor, and his wife Susannah Smith (daughter of Timothy Smith). Brother of William Hawkes

1871 Living at (?) Street, Edgbaston: Timothy Hawkes (age 66 born Moseley), Iron Founder. With his two sisters Martha Hawkes (age 74 born Moseley) and Harriett Hawkes (age 68 born Moseley). Three servants.[1]

1874 Died. Of 5 Vicarage Road, Edgbaston. Age 69 and only surviving son of Thomas Lakin Hawkes.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 10 October 1874