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Argent a fesse vair between two lions passant, guardant, sable. Crest—A hind pass, or, in the mouth a branch, leaved vert, flowered argent. In his book, A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames, Charles Wareing Bardsley suggests the former is the true origin, but admits there is a lack of documentation to definitively prove this.
It derives from the Old English word hoc , meaning hook. The Teutonic word hoc , hoh , or hoch means a hill or elevated place. One source claims the family was first found in Norfolk, England. In the United States Census of , the last name Hooker ranked 2, th. Regarding this surname, H. Guppy writes the following in his book Homes of Family Names: He bore the following coat of arms: Azure, a fesse between three gold fleur-de-lis likely to symbol his victory over France.
Geoffrey de la Hoke was recorded in the county of Devonshire in The Memorials of London list one John Hoker. He had a son named Jago Voell who was born in in Hants, England. He married a woman named Alice and left a son named John prior to his death in Robert was born in in Exeter in Devon and was a Member of Parliament.
He married Agnes Dobell and also Margery Bolter. They had two children together: John Hooker and John Vowell Hooker. John Vowell Hooker was born in and had four wives at different times: He had five children: His son Reverend Zacharias Hooker was born in He married Grace Battishill and had a son named Balesmus Hooker.
Balsemus had a son named Samuel who was born in in St. Samuel had a son named Joseph born in Joseph married Mary Hocken and had a son named Samuel with her. Samuel was born in and he married Agnes James in A one Henry Hooker was born in and he married Elizabeth Hilliard and they had a son named Henry.