|Birth: ||Oct., 1612|
|Death: ||Jun. 9, 1693|
Baptised in Solihull, Warwickshire, 15 October 1612, son of Edmond Hawes. Cutler from London who came to Plymouth Colony in 1635 on the "James" of Southampton. (On or about 5 April 1635, "Edmund Hawes, cutler, late of London," was included in the passenger list of the James, about to sail from Southampton for New England).
First settled in Duxbury; moved to Yarmouth in 1643. Died in Yarmouth MA 9 June 1693, and buried the following day.
Married by about 1636 _____ _____.
Pope states that this immigrant was of "Plymouth, proprietor 2 Oct. 1637." The date is that of a grant of land "lying cross Greens Harbor Path." This piece of land lay on the north side of Duxbury, toward the area that would later become Marshfield. There is no evidence that Edmond Hawes resided in Plymouth, and, although he owned land in Marshfield, there is no evidence that he ever resided there either.
Find A Grave contributor Anne Shurtleff Stevens adds:
Grandson of William Hawes and Ursula Colles
John Hawes (1636 - 1701)*
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: May 13, 2009
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