Larry Glass sent me a URL that he found that has much of the information that is contained in the above pages:
The Next pages are in the same volume and are transcriptions of a Bible record for Harben and Elizabeth Clift Hawkins. These pages include family information for John B. and Ann Ford Hawkins. John B. Hawkins (many of us guess that the B. stood for Bourne) was the son of Benjamin and Ann/Nancy Bourne Hawkins. John had at least one wife in Orange/Culpeper County. It is not clear if he had children with his first and/or second wife. However the story is that he married a very young Ann Ford in 1812 and moved to Kentucky.
I seemed to have left out a very important part of why I have renewed interest in the Glass information contained in these pages. Our newest participants whose DNA results have been a match for Hawkins DNA group #1 carry surnames Glass and Cullen. These men were very surprised with the results of their DNA testing! Never did any of them have any reason to believe that there might be a birth incident in their ancestry that would connect them with any male who did not carry last name Glass nor Cullen. If you are interested in more information about this situation, go to
for more information about the connection. This links you to Phil Hawkins' Nov 2011 Newsletter. These Bible pages only prove that there was a Hawkins family in close proximity to a Glass family in the mid 1800's in Owen County, Ky. This may be a wild goose chase, but I believe that I would be remiss to not run the possibility that this is a clue by anyone who has an interest in this puzzle. There are many reason why a male child may carry a surname that does not match that of his biological father. Among these possibilities are: 1) a female who brings an illegitimate child or the child of a previous husband into a marriage. The child is then raised in the family with his mother's new husband's name. 2) a child is born to a couple and the husband never knows that the son is not his own, 3) a woman has a child and never marries the father of the child and then raises him with HER maiden name rather than the name of the biological father. You can probably think of more possibilities. But many are just another version of these three.