A Well Known Resident Of This County Dies of Consumption Mr. Edward Hawkins, a well known old resident of this county and a highly respected citizen, died of consumption last Thursday at his home near Cerulean Springs.

He had been ill for a long time and suffered a great deal but bore with patience and fortitude his cross of affliction.

Mr Hawkins formerly resided in this county, naar Remit and about two years ago moved to Trigg county.

He was about sixty-five years of age, and left surviving him a widow and eight children, four girls and four boys. He was a brother in law of H.M. Jones, of this city.

He was a member of the first Presbyterian church of this city, and had a host of friends throughout this county. He was a quiet, civil, and loyal citizen, a staunch friend to the poor, a consistent Christian and a great lover of home and its sanctity and peace.. It is said of him that he always had something good to say of his fellowmen, or nothing. He was never known to malign or speak evil of any man, a beautiful trait, a charteristic virtue, worthy of the epitaph of the noblest philosopher and greatest humanitarian, and worthy of cultivation by all men.

The burial took place at Eddy Creek graveyard, Saturday after noon, Rev. Cunningham of this city, preached the funeral. The Leader extends condolences to the bereaved family and Caldwell Co 1906

Mrs Laura Hawkins Dies At Her Home In Linton Saturday
Death claimed Mrs Laura HAWKINS, age 60, at her home in Linton last Saturday.

She was born and raised in Trigg county and in 1912 she was united in marriage to John Henry HAWKINS.

To this union was born four children. Mrs Hawkins united with the Siloam Methodist Church in her youth and was a faithful member of the Church until her demise. She lived a beautiful, serviceable Christian life and was a devoted wife and mother.

Funeral services were conducted Sunday, March 16, from her home by her pastor, Rev. J.A. McDowell and burial was made in Hurricane Hill Graveyard.

Besides her husband there survive her four children, Mrs Elizabeth Snider, Lacy Hawkins, Mrs Ruby Oakley, Robert and Earl Hawkins, seven grandchildren, two sisters and one brother.Cadiz Record Mar 1944

MRS. MARY E HAWKINS, 69, died at her home in Eddy Creek community early Monday morning, November 7.
A son who made daily visits to his mother's home found her dead on the kitchen floor. She perhaps suffered a heart attack.

Mrs. Hawkins was born January 10, 1897 in Caldwell County. Her parents were late Robert T. Rodgers and Susan Oliver Rodgers.
She was a member of Eddy Creek Baptist church

. Survivors include two daughters and four sons, Mrs. Sue Mathis, Trigg County; Mrs. Louis Thomas, Roy and Richard Hawkins, all of Caldwell County; Robert Hawkins, Princeton and George Elliott Hawkins.Princeton Leader Nov. 1966


Mr. Nick Hawkins, a well known farmer of near Nortonville died suddenly last Friday of heart disease. He was 50 years and a prominent citizen.
Hopkinsville Kentuckian Nov 1900

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