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Dallas Morning News, 6 August 1949: Dr. H. P. Hawk of Gainesville is dead at 36. Gainesville, Texas, August 5 – Dr. H. Patterson Hawk, 36, local physician and surgeon and World War II veteran, collapsed and died unexpectedly at his home here Friday. He had complained of illness for several days. A cerebral hemorrage was blamed for his death. He was the son of Dr. E. B. Hawk, vice president and dean of theology at Southern Methodist University. He entered the armed services in 1940 as an officer of the Gainesville medical unit of the Texas National Guard. He held the rank of captain and commanded the unit in Europe during the war. The Gainesville physician was born in Groesbeck and served his internship at Baylor University Hospital, Dallas. He moved to Gainesville eleven years ago. Survivors: wife and a young daughter of Gainesville; his father and two brothers, Blake Hawk of Duncan, Oklahoma, and Riddell Hawk of Robstown.[3066]

     773.       ii.   Richard Blake Hawk, born 21 February 1917, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, died 24 April 1967, Houston, Harris County, Texas, buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.[3067]

     774.      iii.   daughter, born and died 8 December 1918, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, buried Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas.[3068]



[3066] Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, 6 August 1949, p. 4.

[3067] Texas Death Record. Richard Blake Hawk, born 21 February 1917, Fort Worth, Texas, died 24 April 1967, Houston, Harris County, Texas. Residence: Houston. Parents: Eugene Blake Hawk, Dora Patterson. Male, white, age 50 years, married. Occupation: realtor and investor. Burial: Hillcrest Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.

[3068] Texas Death Record. Hawk, born 8 December 1918, died 8 December 1918, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Female, white. Parents: E. B. Hawk, Dora Patterson. Burial: Waxahachie, Texas.

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