in Scott Co, Ky.
Mar. 24, 1828
Jan. 11, 1861

Elijah Hawkins
Birth: 24 March 1828, Scott County, Kentucky
Death: 11 January 1861
Burial: Cold Water Cemetery, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri

Family members buried in Cold Water Cemetery:
In-laws: Edward Hall and Mary Jane Shannon Hall

• Elijah served in the Seminole War (letter Adj. General’s office). He served as Junior Deacon of St. John Masonic Lodge #28, Hannibal, Missouri. (Masonic Records) A Masonic emblem in on stone.

Marriage Record of Elijah Hawkins and Priscilla Hall:
Elijah Hawkins and Priscilla Hall were married on 18 May 1854, St. Louis, Missouri. Priscilla was the daughter of Edward and Mary Jane Hall, both of whom are buried in Cold Water Cemetery. Source Citation: Missouri State Archives; Jefferson City, MO, USA, Missouri Marriage Records, SLGS Marriage Records, Vol. 2, 06-397 [Microfilm]


1860 Census: St Ferdinand, St Louis, Missouri; Roll: M653_656; Page: 1064; Family History Library Film: 803656. Household Members: Elijah Hawkins 32, Priscilla Hawkins 23, Jane 2 Daughter, Benjamin Wilson 19 Farm Hand, Snowdie Hall 18, Sarah Hall 16, John Glendin 32, James Welsh 41, and John Slaget 40. Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.