Rebecca Ann Gore
Rebecca Ann 'elizabeth' Frink
John J. Hawes
She is married to John J. Hawes before 1836 at Prob. Columbus Co.,nc.
Per 1850 Kemper Co, MS census; Mrs. Hawes (39), son John J. (14), Samuel (13), Ezekiel (11), Stephen (9), Prudence (8), McKennon (6), David (4) and Lemender (1). Lemender is listed as a male. Also living with them was Solomon Gernd(?) and listed as a silversmith.
Per 1860 Brunswick Co, census:
Rebecca (Frink) Haws (46) living near John J. with her children Stephen (14), Mack (13), King D. (12) and Eliza (10).
John and Rebecca lived in Kemper Co, MS after 1836. Rebecca returned to North Carolina after his death in 1850.
Brunswick Co., NC deed book 56 - 1869
Rebecca Haws sells to Ezekiel 100 acres for $160, land originally granted to Charles P. Frink May 17, 1846 probate court granted to E. Haws Jan 27, 1870. This land was in the Shallotte area.
In the will of her father she is referred to as my daughter, Elizabeth Hawes, giving her a negro girl named Elizabeth. in addition to two hundred dollars in cash to be paid so as to make her share queal with her brothers. In the 1860 Brunswick County, NC census she is Rebecca. Her full name is probably Rebecca Ann Elizabeth Frink Hawes. [Brunswick Co. Book B pg 16 date of probate 7 Sep 1857]
Msg from Shelia Garris, 5 Oct 2003:
"Rebecca Frink Haws has two brothers and their wives buried in the Bennett's Cemetery on Old Georgetown Road/179, Sunset Beach, NC near Cape Side Community. There are some unmarked graves there and I wonder if maybe Rebecca Frink Haws was also buried there."
Note from Susan Formyduval Thomas 27 Nov 2006 - "I would best guess our Rebecca Frink Haws is buried at Bughill in the family cem there on Manley Smith Rd....did not know she lived anywhere else but there and MS after she married...."