List of United States Political Families (H) - The Hawkins

The Hawkins

  • Benjamin Hawkins (1754–1816), North Carolina State Representative 1778–1779 1784, delegate to the Continental Congress from North Carolina 1781–1783 1787, U.S. Senator from North Carolina 1789–1795. Uncle of Micajah Thomas Hawkins.
  • Philemon Hawkins III, North Carolina Assemblyman. Brother of Benjamin Hawkins.
    • William Hawkins (1777–1819), Governor of North Carolina 1811–1814. Son of Philemon Hawkins III.
    • Micajah Thomas Hawkins (1790–1858), member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1819–1820, North Carolina State Senator 1823–1827 1846, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1831–1841, member of the North Carolina Council of State 1854–1855. Nephew of Benjamin Hawkins.

NOTE: Micajah Thomas Hawkins was also nephew of U.S Speaker of the House of Representatives Nathaniel Macon.

Read more about this topic:  List Of United States Political Families (H)

Other articles related to "the hawkins, hawkins":

List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Hawkins of Tennessee
... First cousin once removed of Alvin Hawkins, Ashton Hawkins, and Albert Hawkins ... Alvin Hawkins (1821–1905), Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court 1865–1868, Governor of Tennessee 1881–1883 ... Ashton Hawkins (1824–1888), Clerk of the Tennessee Circuit Court ...
Sedition (Jericho Episode) - Recap
... he's in complete control of the town, while Hawkins receives a call from Chavez telling him that it is time to transport the bomb ... Meanwhile, after Chavez and Hawkins agree for him to bring the bomb to Texas, Smith calls Hawkins and requests for Hawkins to meet him in another location ... Hawkins agrees, but instead continues with his plan to bring the bomb to Texas ...
Samuel David Hawkins
... Samuel David Hawkins (born August 1933) was the youngest of the American defectors of the Korean War ... Hawkins was one of only twenty-two American and British servicemen to defect to China after the conclusion of the war in 1953 ... Hawkins returned to the United States in 1957 ...