This info is in a book: A History of Early Spotsylvania
by James Roger Mansfield- Green Publishers 1977.
Another snippet in the book: "On August 1, 1749, the Spotsylvania court recommended William Waller and William Carr, present inspectors, and John Holliday and Joel Parrish as persons qualified to be inspectors of tobacco at the 'old warehouse' in Fredericksburg for the ensuing year. Joseph Steward and Joseph Hawkins, the present inspectors, and Robert Goodloe and Philemon Hawkins were recommended as persons qualified to serve as inspectors at Royston's Warehouse in Fredericksburg."
B. John Hawkins m. Susannah Haney 12/26/1805
Joseph L. Hawkins m. Nancy T. Waller 7/10/1810
James H. Hawkins m. Frances Pendleton 10/2/1829
In 1810 Census the following were not close neighbors:
Joseph L. 6 whites & 20 slaves
Thomas 8 whites & 9 slaves
John 2 whites & 0 slaves
Nicholas 8 whites & 0 slaves
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