|Death: ||Aug. 25, 1900|
The book Adam Hawkes of Saugus, Mass. 1605-1672 contains a detailed listing of Joseph Hawks, listed as the sixth child of his parents. The text, in its entirety follows:
vi. JOSEPH, b. 5 July 1815, Harvard, Worcester County, MA (VR), d. 1 July 1898 Cambridge, Middlesex County, MA (State VR) age 83, m. 2 June 1842 Hallowell, ME (VR) MARY WINSLOW SIMMONS, daughter of Bryant and Rachel Winslow Simmons (Winslow Memorial by David Parsons Holton, 1877, p. 869), b. 8 September 1834, Mechanics Falls, Cumberland (now Androscoggin) County, Maine, d. 8 August 1875, age 50 (Records of Maine Old Cemetery Association) buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Bath, Maine. He married second MARIA M. MILLER, wife of Charles W. (Cambridge, Massachusetts VR, Vol. 1, p. 338), b. 1825 (ibid) date estimated from grave record. Same record gives his date of birth 1815 from grave record. She died 25 August 1900, age 76-0-0. (grave record)
According to the burial records of the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Mass., she was buried on August 25, 1900, which is the same date she is believed to have died. It seems unlikely that the burial would have occurred on the same day as her death, however. One of these dates therefore is probably incorrect. She is buried along with her second husband, Rev. Joseph Hawks, Jr., and her first husband, Charles W. Hawkes in Lot 3881 on Hemlock Path Way, in Mount Auburn Cemetery. She is buried in Space 3 in that lot. Hers was internment listing No. 214026, according to the Mount Auburn burial records.
Joseph Hawks (1815 - 1898)
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Plot: Space 3, Lot 3881, Hemlock Path Way
Created by: JonADuncan
Record added: Oct 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60805949
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