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Hawkins of Plymouth

James A. Williamson

Hawkins of Plymouth

a new history of Sir John Hawkins and of the other members of his family prominent in Tudor England.

by James A. Williamson

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Published by Black in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hawkins, John, -- Sir, -- 1532-1595.

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    Open LibraryOL14811028M

      John Hawkins was England's first slave trader. In he sailed from The Barbican in Plymouth with three ships and violently kidnapped about Africans in . Sir John Hawkins, Hawkins also spelled Hawkyns, (born , Plymouth, Devon, Eng.—died Nov. 12, , at sea off Puerto Rico), English naval administrator and commander, one of the foremost seamen of 16th-century England and the chief architect of the Elizabethan navy.. A kinsman of Sir Francis Drake, Hawkins began his career as a merchant in the African trade and soon became the first.

    About Deborah Hawkins: I was born in the South where everyone is a storyteller. I wrote my first story at age 11 and my first novel at age I have bee /5. Hawkins Transport Inc. is a Michigan Domestic Profit Corporation filed on May 8, The company's filing status is listed as Automatic Dissolution and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is Karen Hawkins and is located at Elmhurst, Plymouth, MI Founded:

    Hawkins was probably brought up in the family home in Kinterbury Street, the time he was twenty Hawkins had killed a man, a Plymouth barber named White; but the coroner adjudged White to have been the aggressor, and Hawkins' father, realizing the seriousness of the offence, secured a royal pardon for his son.   HAWKINS or HAWKYNS, WILLIAM (d. ), sea-captain and merchant, was son of William Hawkins (d. ) [q. v.], and elder brother of Sir John Hawkins (–) [q. v.] In –4 he was admitted to the freedom of Plymouth. He took a prominent part in local affairs, and was three times mayor: in –8, in –9, and again in –8.


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Hawkins of Plymouth: A new history of Sir John Hawkins and of the other members of his family prominent in Tudor England, [Williamson, James Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hawkins of Plymouth: A new history of Sir John Hawkins and of the other members of his family prominent in Tudor England5/5(1).

CAPTAIN WILLIAM HAWKINS (the first of this name): William was probably born about He became a merchant of Plymouth and the customs ledgers of the last years of Henry VIII show him exporting cloth and tin to Europe and importing wines from Bordeaux, Portugal and Spain, olive oil, sugar, salt and pepper, as well as ‘Newland fish’ and other commodities.

A scanned copy of an original book held at Harvard College (dated ). There is at least one blurred page (94) and a map of Plymouth that was not unfolded before scanning.

There is no sign of a family tree of Hawkins descendants that may well have been part of the book/5(2). Hawkins of Plymouth: a new history of Sir John Hawkins and of the other members of his family prominent in Tudor England.

[James Alexander Williamson] Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Alexander Williamson. Find more information about: ISBN:. Get this from a library. Hawkins of Plymouth; a new history of Sir John Hawkins and of the Hawkins of Plymouth book members of his family prominent in Tudor England.

[James Alexander Williamson] -- "Admiral Sir John Hawkins (also spelled as Hawkyns) (. 12 November ) was an English shipbuilder, naval administrator and commander, merchant, navigator, and slave Hawkins of Plymouth book. Hawkins, Mary W. (Mary Wise Savery) Publication date Topics Hawkins family, Armada, Publisher Plymouth: W.

Brendon and Son Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library Contributor Boston Public Library Language English. Notes. There are two or three foldouts in this book that are missing their Pages: She is, also, Sir Richard Hawkins 8th great granddaughter.

Caption: Sir Richard Hawkins (; Devon, England, British Isles) wrote a book about his voyage throughout the South Sea (today: the Pacific Ocean). For centuries, Sir Hawkins's "Observations" served as a guide and instructional manual for seafarers far and : St.

James Church and Churchyard. George Hawkins Pember (–), known as G. Pember, was an English theologian and author who was affiliated with the Plymouth Brethren.

1 Early life, education and marriages. 3 Theological writing. 4 Animal welfare and animal rights. 7 External links. Early life, education and marriages. Pember was born in Hereford, the son of George. Get this book in print. Plymouth Armada Heroes: The Hawkins Family - Scholar's Choice Edition Island July King Lady land leave letter lived London Lord Lordship loss lost Majesty married Mary master means Navy never night officers Parma Plymouth port present Queen received rest Royal sail says sent serve ships shot side Sir John Hawkins.

In her book Mary states that 'Plymouth was the home or birthplace, not of one distinguished sailor of the Hawkins family only, but of three generations in sucession, of men who were celebrated as naval heroes for a period of one hundred years, extending over the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, and James I Spouse: Joan Trelawny, Heiress of Brightorre.

origin From Andy Hawkins ' "The Ancient History of the Distinguished Surname 'Hawkins'" (link under sources below): The distinguished surname "Hawkins" is one of the most notable Anglo-Saxon surnames, and its historical trail has emerged from the mists of time to become an influential surname of the Middle Ages and of the present day.

Images: Hawkins Image Archive ; Plymouth Armada Heroes (The Hawkins Family) On-line Book: by Mary W S Hawkins; ; Spanish Armada Playing Cards pictures; Hawkins Family Bible Bible of Philemon Hawkins (son of Philemon Hawkins and Deliah Martin) Hawkins Bible Bible of Thomas Hawkins of Warrenton NC.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Plymouth Armada Heroes The Hawkins Family (paperback or Softback) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. William Hawkins, father of Sir John Hawkins, sea-captain and treasurer of the navy, was probably born in Tavistock, but by the mid s, at latest, he had settled in Plymouth.

He may have been master of the Great Galley during the war ofbut the first certain references to him concern his receivership of Plymouth in and his sale.

Hawkins of Plymouth: a new history of Sir John Hawkins and of the other members of his family prominent in Tudor England James Alexander Williamson Barnes & Noble, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. Full text of "Plymouth Armada heroes: The Hawkins family" See other formats.

William Hawkins (fl. ) was a representative of the English East India Company notable for being the commander of Hector, the first company ship to anchor at Surat in India on 24 August Hawkins travelled to Agra to negotiate consent for a factory from Emperor Jahangir in Life and career.

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Dear Readers, As part of my work with UN Women, I have started reading as more. Reading Challenge. READING. CHALLENGE. Annalise Hawkins has read 5 of 12 books 42%. View Books. View more. Buy Hawkins of Plymouth 2nd Revised edition by Williamson, James A.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).Deborah Hawkins, Author. 1, likes. Riveting suspense from beginning to end.” “I read it through in one sitting.” “She had me on the edge of my seat”Followers: K.HOLDERNESS -- Thelma Louise Hawkins, 91, died Jat Forestview Manor in Meredith.

She was born June 1,in Holderness, to Perley and Agnes (Howe) Watts. She was known as the.