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Claude Hawes and Daisy Smalley Hawes
Posted by: Fran Ware-McGinnis (ID *****0328) Date: March 17, 2010 at 19:31:49
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I'm trying to find any information about my grandfather and grandmother, Claude Hawes who also used Ware as his last name later in life who married Daisy Smalley. Claude and Daisy race was listed sometime as mulatto. It's believe that Daisy Smalley came from Columbia County Ga. It is also believed that Robert G. Ware an Enlishman is Claude (Hawes) Ware father and Pheby is Cherrie's mother or sister. Cherrie married Henry Hawes. This is the reason Claude used the last name Hawes. I believe Pheby was a servant of Robert G Ware's family or to Robert. I also believe Claude used the nick name Buck, This is how Pheby became a Ware. The 1870 Census, show Buck Ware living with Rebecca Hamrick a family in the Leatherville District. The 1900 Census show Claude's parents were Henry and Cherrie Hawes, both African American. Both Claude and Daisy are buried in Mt Zion Church Cemetery, Lincolnton Ga. If you know anything about the Hawes or the Ware family please contact me. My father was Pinston Ware and Viola Parks, they moved to Charlotte N.C. both deceased now. Brothers and sisters Theodore, Garous, Pinston Jr (Bill), Cluease, Ida Mae, Coreaus (Ree), AzziLee(Lee), Claudine, Nelle (Bott), me Frances. The family church is Mulberry. GOD BLESS

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