|Death: ||Feb. 28, 1674|
The son of Stephen & Ann (Filer) Hawkins, he married (1) unknown and (2) Ann (Welles) Thompson, widow of Thomas Thompson, on July 16, 1656 in Farmington, Colony of Conn.
He settled first in Windsor in 1650, and removed to Farmington about 1656.
A Digest of the Early Conn. Probate Records, Manwaring, Vol. 1, p. 134:
The inventory of his estate was taken by Robert Porter , Thomas Barnes & John Woodruffe and amounted to 332-05-00. The children: Ruth, aged 24 yrs., John 22, Sarah 26, Elizabeth 14, & Hannah 12 years.
In his will dated the 26th day of February, 1673/4, he gave his wife, "ann howkins", one third part of his entire estate except his house and homestead at Pork brook and the twelve acres of Land in the great meadow. The remainder of the estate and the estate after the death of his wife is to be divided amongst the children that survive including "John howkins, Ruth howkins, sary howkins, Elizabeth howkins, hanna howkins". He gave unto son, John, the homestead at pork brook, twelve acres in the great meadow and other moveable items. To son-in-law, "John tomson" one firelock muscat and a sword that was his father's; to his son-in-law, John Judd 5-10-00; to daughter, Ruth 'Howkins', a cow; to "Sara, elizabeth & hana howkins" he gave 1/5th of his estate after the widow receives her dower and the debts are paid.
On April 1, 1664 Ann (Welles) Hawkins refused executorship. The will was distributed, except that Mrs. Hester Thompson, daughter of the dec'd, although not in the will was given 20 pounds from the estate.
Ann Welles Thompson Hawkins (1619 - 1680)*
Hannah Ward Hawkins Judson (1661 - 1698)*
Memento Mori Cemetery
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jun 03, 2009
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