Appendix H – The Hawes Family
Richard came toNew England
on the Truelove in 1635. His destination wasDorchester.
His wife Anne, their daughter Anne age 2 1/2 and their son Obadiah 6 months
accompanied him. OnMay 2,
1638 he was admitted intoDorchester
as a freeman. In Dorchester more children were born: Bethia b. 1637;
Deliverance b. 1640;Constance b. 1642;
Eleazur b. 1644.
The inventory of Richard's estate was taken onNovember 27, 1656. The
Administration of the estate of Richard Hawes was granted to Humphrey Atherton
and Roger Clapp. The Inventory included a 6 acre meadow and calves pasture.
Dictionary of New England, Emigrants fromEngland
toNew England, Pages 9, 172. Research
Relative to the Founders of New England, The Founders ofNew
England, Page 43. History ofNew England,
1630-1649, Vol. II, Page 449. The First Settlers ofNew
England, Page 139. Guide to the Early Settlers ofAmerica,
Page 244. Ancestral Heads ofNew England
Families, Page 112. Pioneers ofMassachusetts,
County Wills, Abstracts
of the Earliest Wills Upon Record or on File, Page 212.Suffolk County
Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record or on File, Page 150.
Richard Hawes ofDorchester,MA
& some of his Descendants, by Frank Mortimer Hawes,Htfd,CT,