McDowell and Wyoming Co, WV; Familie and Individules

Notes


Hamilton Sparks

1. "The Heritage of McDowell County, West Virginia, 1858-1999"; 1999; Geneva Steel, Sandra Long,
and Tom Hatcher; "Sammy and Lucille Workman"; Article; Page 258; submitted by Teresa Payne,
Bradshaw, WV 24817.


Elizabeth

1. "The Heritage of McDowell County, West Virginia, 1858-1999"; 1999; Geneva Steel, Sandra Long,
and Tom Hatcher; "Sammy and Lucille Workman"; Article; Page 258; submitted by Teresa Payne,
Bradshaw, WV 24817.


Ray Cicero Hawkins

1. 1940 Census, New Castle Co, DL; Newark; 121 East Cleveland Ave; taken 12 Apr 1940; E.D. 2-28;
Page 555A; Image 25 of 41; household #271.
Listed as Ray Hawkins; age 30; born in VA; married; 8th grade education; lived in same place on
1 Apr 1935; filler in transformer plant; in household of brother-in-law, William Broadwater with wife
and child.
(There is also listed here a James Hawkins; age 40; born in VA; single; 8th grade education; lived
in same house on 1 Apr 1935; washroom worker in paper mill; in household of brother-in-law,
William Broadwater.)
2. FindAGrave.com Web Site; submitted by Rich K; 21 Sep 2005.
" Ray Cicero Hawkins
Birth 4 Oct 1910
Grant, Grayson County, Virginia, USA
Death 7 Sep 1989 (aged 78)
Newark, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Burial
Union Cemetery
Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, USA "

Additional Information Posted:
"Ray C. Hawkins, 78, died of cancer Thursday, Sept. 7, 1989 at his home at 42 Prospect Avenue, Newark, Del.

"Hawkins was born in Grant, Va., on Oct. 4, 1910. He lived most of his life in Newark, and worked at the National Vulcanized Fiber Company until his retirement in 1975 after 35 years of service.

"He was of the Baptist affiliation.

"Hawkins is survived by his wife, Ruth V. McCreary Hawkins, of Newark; a son, Daniel R. Hawkins of Newark; two daughters, June H. Lowe, Elkton, Barbara L. Sumpter, Wilmington; five grandchildren, and three step-grandchildren.

"Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, at Spicer-Millikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark.

"Friends may call at the funeral home Monday after 7 p.m.

"The Rev. Wayne Cothin will officiate.

"Published in the Cecil Whig; Fri., Sept. 8, 1989."


Ruth Virginia McCreary

1. 1940 Census, New Castle Co, DL; Newark; 121 East Cleveland Ave; taken 12 Apr 1940; E.D. 2-28;
Page 555A; Image 25 of 41; household #271.
Listed as Ruth Hawkins; age 23; born in VA; married; 8th grade education; lived in same place on
1 Apr 1935; in household of brother-in-law, William Broadwater with husband and child.
2. FindAGrave.com Web Site; submitted by Rick K.; 21 Sep 2005.
"Ruth Virginia McCreary Hawkins
Birth 21 Mar 1917
Grant, Grayson County, Virginia, USA
Death 7 May 1998 (aged 81)
Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Union Cemetery
Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, USA"

Additional Information Posted:
"Daughter of James B. and Claudia P. (Murray) McCreary.

"Ruth V. Hawkins, 81, of Newark, Del., died Thursday, May 7, 1998, of heart failure at Union Hospital.

"Mrs Hawkins was born March 21, 1917, in Grant, Va., a daughter of the late James Brackston McCreary and Claudia P. Murray. She worked for the former Budd Co., in Newark, Del., for 18 years. She worked for the University of Delaware, retiring in 1981. She enjoyed cooking and was known for her cakes. She was a member of First Baptist Church of New Castle for more than 30 years.

"She is survived by a son, Daniel R. Hawkins of Newark; and two daughters, June H. Lowe of Elkton and Barbara L. Sumpter of Newark; three sisters, Anne Civitarese of Severna Park; Dorothy Crowe of North East; and Stella Jackson of Newark; and eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

"Her husband, Ray C. Hawkins, died in 1989. A brother, Raymond McCreary, and a sister, Mable Hawkins, died before her.

"The funeral will be held today at 11 a.m. at Spicer-Mullikin and Warwick Funeral Home, 121 W. Park Place, Newark. Burial will be in Union Cemetery, Leeds.

"Published in the Cecil Whig; Mon., May 11, 1998."