Adam Hawkes of Saugus, Mass., 1605-1672: The First Six Generations in America
Gateway Press, 1980 - 541 pages
Adam Hawkes (1605-1672) immigrated from England to America in 1630. He first settled in Charlestown, Massachusetts where he married Anne Browne Hutchinson, a widow with five children. They had at least three more. About 1635, they moved to Saugus. In 1669, he married Sarah Hooper and they had a daughter in 1671.
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