Hawkey Coat of Arms
Although there is no mention of a Hawkey coat of arms in either Baring-Gould's "An Armory of the Western Counties (Devon and Cornwall)from the Unpublished Manuscripts of the XV1 Century)" (1898)or Joseph Foster's "Grantees of Arms 1687-1898" (1916), Pascoe's "A Cornish Armory" (1979) does record:
"HAWKEY of Trevegoe in St Winnow and Launcells
A fesse cotised between three falcons close ".
Those arms possibly relate to the heirs of Warwick HAWKEY s/o Reginald gent, Warwick being a Barrister at Law 1694. It is this branch which married the heiress of the Knapmans of Trevegoe.
Foster's "Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714" however records two further Hawkeys as armigerous. They are John HAWKEY student of the Middle Temple and s/o Thomas of Lanlawen (Lanlawren?)and Thomas HAWKEY matriculated 1658 MA 1665 Rector of Marhamchurch, Cornwall 1673-1728.