Jan­u­ary 25, 1802, Hitch­in, Hert­ford­shire, Eng­land.

Oc­to­ber 5, 1868, 20 Dean’s Yard, West­min­ster, Eng­land.

Hawkins was ed­u­cat­ed at Bal­li­ol Col­lege, Ox­ford (BA 1842), and for a while was a Fellow of Exeter College.

On tak­ing Ho­ly Or­ders, he be­came Cur­ate at Bur­wash, Sus­sex; sub-li­brar­i­an at the Bod­lei­an Lib­ra­ry, Ox­ford; Cur­ate of St. George’s, Blooms­bu­ry; min­is­ter of Cur­zon Cha­pel, May­fair, Lon­don; Pre­ben­da­ry of St. Paul’s; and Can­on of Wes­tmin­ster.

From 1838 to his death, he al­so served as sec­re­ta­ry to the So­ci­ety for the Prop­a­ga­tion of the Gos­pel.

His works inc­lude:

  1. Lord, a Sav­ior’s Love Dis­play­ing