- Born: Mar 1793, Camborne, Cornwall
- Christened: 2 Apr 1793, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married (1): 9 Jan 1813, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married (2): 1839, St. Columb Major, Cornwall
- Buried: 7 Feb 1885, St. Ervan, Cornwall
In 1841, Mary Hawke (45) and [2nd] husband Phillip Hawke (45), farmer, were living in Tregninia, St. Ervan. Present were Philip's five children from his previous marriage, William Grose (7), and 2 servants.
In 1851, Mary Hawke (59) of Camborne and husband Philip Hawke (59) of St. Ervan, were living in Trevengenow, St. Ervan. Present were Philip's children Philip, George, Robert, James, Jane and William, William Grose (16) of St. Gennis, clerk - called "son-in-law" of Philip
In 1861, Mary Hawke (68) of Camborne and husband Philip Hawke (68) of St. Ervan, farmer of 120 acres, were living in Trenowth Farm Higher House, St. Columb. Present were Philip's children and grandchildren.
In 1871, Mary Hawke (79) of Camborne and husband Philip Hawke (79) of St. Ervan, blind, farmer of 70 acres, were living in Bogee, St. Ervan. Present were Philip's sons Philip and George, working with their father, and 2 servants.
In 1881, Mary Hawke (88) of Camborne, widow, farmer's stepmother, was with her stepson Philip Hawke (57) of St. Ervan in Bogee, St. Ervan, single, farmer. Present was Philip's brother William (46), farmer, Philip's niece Elizabeth Hawke, and visitor Mary Curnow* (47) of Camborne.
* Mary Curnow was Mary Hawke's niece
Mary Hawke of Bogee died aged 91 years 11 months (burial record).
Mary married John GROSE on 9 Jan 1813 in Camborne, Cornwall. (John GROSE died before 1839.)
John Grose, sojourner, and Mary Burn
Witnesses: Wm. Richards, Mary Richards
Mary also married Philip HAWKE of Bogee St. Ervan, son of John HAWKE and Elizabeth, in 1839 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall. (Philip HAWKE of Bogee St. Ervan was born on 6 Feb 1793 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, christened on 7 Apr 1793 in St. Ervan, Cornwall and was buried on 25 Jan 1872 in St. Ervan, Cornwall.)
Married during 2nd Quarter.