Posted By:Mamie
Subject:Re: Help for descendent of Joseph Samuel Hawlk
Post Date:March 10, 2009 at 17:43:21
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Forum:Nacogdoches County, TX Genealogy Forum
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(1) You may be interested in searching the following database of images of original death certificates, plus more. Death certificate images for both Joseph S. Hawlk and his wife, Lucy Bell (Butcher) Hawlk can be found there. Here's the link:

(2) Source: Nacogdoches County Cemetery Records, Volume III, by Carolyn Reeves Ericson;
Pg. 59
Linn Flat Cemetery
HAWLK, Joseph S. - b. 1890 Hugo, Oklahoma; d. 14 December 1967 Huntsville, Texas; W.W. I.

(3) Source: The Daily Sentinel, Nacogdoches, Texas, Monday, January 25, 1988

Obituary: Forrest Edison Hawlk
Graveside service for Forrest Edison Fawlk, 49, of 715 Reedy will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Linn Flat Cemetery with Sister Patricia Minton, pastor of First Pentecostal Church, officiating.

Mr. Hawlk died Monday, Jan. 25, in Memorial Hospital.

Born July 8, 1938, in Tyler, he was the son of Joseph S. and Lucy Bell Butcher Hawlk. He was a dishwasher at The Hot Biscuit, lived several years in Nacogdoches, and was a Pentecostal.

Surviving are two brothers, Sammy Hawlk and Joseph S. Hawlk of Nacogdoches, and two sisters, Mrs. Jo Ann Tilley of Texas City and Mrs. Molly Denton of Nacogdoches.

Pallbearers will be Rob Denton, Mr., Henry Denton, Randy Furra, Scotty Clark, Sammy Clark, and Donald Ray McBride.

Cason Monk-Metcalf Funeral Directors will be in charge of arrangements.