Birth:  1733  Derby, New Haven Co, Connecticut

Religion:  He must have been associated with the Shakers Movement as some of his records are in the Shaker Religion.

Marriage:  04 AUG 1754 in Derby, Connecticut to Lydia Wilmot

Military:  Served during the French-Indian War

Birth of Child: 20 JUL 1755
Name:  Damaris Hawkins
Note:  Died 22 JAN 1758

Birth of Son:  16 NOV 1757
Name:  William Wilmot Hawkins

Birth of Son:  06 OCT 1759
Name:  Zadock Hawkins

Birth of Son:  24 JAN 1761
Name:  Peter Hawkins

Birth of Daughter:  26 DEC 1762
Name:  Lydia Hawkins

Birth of Son: 05 FEB 1765
Name:  Reuben Hawkins

Birth of Child:  29 JUL 1766
Name:  Damaris Hawkins

Birth of Son:  26 APR 1770
Name:  Eleazer Hawkins

Birth of Son:  11 OCT 1771
Name:  Thomas Hawkins

Military:  Served during the Revolutionary War

Note:  One of his sons, William, became a “Loyalist” and fought for the English and had settled in Pennfield, New Brunswick,Canada

Death:  20 OCT 1777  Connecticut
Note:  Most likely died during the fighting either from injury or illness.

Burial:  possibly Old Derby Uptown Burying Ground, Derby, New Haven Co, Connecticut
Note:  Not real sure this is his resting place but it is near his orginal home. His wife is buried in Pendleton Co.,KY along with several family members.

Click here to see parents:  Eleazer Hawkins and Damaris Wooster

Lydia Wilmot

Birth:  23 JUL 1734  New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut

Note:  After the death of her husband during the Revolutionary War, Lydia came westward with several members of her family into Ohio and adventually settled in Pendleton Co.,KY.She lived for quite a while with her son, Thomas.

Death:  1804  Pendleton Co, Kentucky

Burial:  Possibly in McMillan Cemetery, Pendleton Co, Kentucky

Click here to see parents:  William Wilmot and Lydia Perkins

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