James Hawkins (bishop)
He married Catherine, the daughter of Gilbert Keene and niece of William Whitshed; they had four sons and three daughters. His son James adopted the additional surname of Whitshed and was created first Baronet Whitshed-Hawkins. His son Thomas became Dean of Clonfert in 1812.
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