Hawken

The surname Hawken comes from the Nordic given name Haakon, the name of seven Norwegian kings. The given name evolved to Hakon, and variations include: Håkon, Haakon, Horken, Hörken, Hawkin, Hawkins, and Hawken. Hawken is a possible variation of the English language surname "Hawkins".

It is also used as a first name, mostly amongst direct Norwegian lineages.

People with the name Hawken include the following people:

Read more about Hawken:  Surname, Given Name

Other articles related to "hawken":

John Hawken - Renaissance
... In late 1968 former Yardbird Chris Dreja, John Hawken and steel player Brian (B.J.) Cole were going to form a country rock band, to be managed by Peter Grant and produced by Mickey Most, but they never got ... colleagues Jim McCarty and Keith Relf were putting together a new band, suggested Hawken as a possible member ... In early 1969 Hawken got a telephone call from McCarty asking if he was interested in the new project ...
John Hawken - United States
... In November, 1979, the Hawken family moved to the United States, and Hawken began playing with 'The Rocketmen' in New Jersey ... - Jim McCarty, Jane Relf, Louis Cennamo and John Hawken - recorded and released Through the Fire under the band name 'Renaissance Illusion' ...
Les Hawken
... Les Hawken (born 9 June 1949) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Hawthorn in the VFL during the early 1970s ... Hawken was a back pocket specialist and debuted for Hawthorn in 1970 ...
Renaissance (Renaissance Album) - Track Listing
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Hawken - Given Name
... Walter Hawken Tregellas Hawken King (designer, Tokyo) This page or section lists people with the surname Hawken ...