Hake family page
This is a family name originally from the east of England, but the families which became established in Jersey in the mid-19th century came from the West Country
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Origins of surname
This old English surname has Scandinavian origins, coming from the old Danish word hake, meaning 'hook'.
Three families were present in Jersey from the 1820s, all originating in the West Country of England.
- Descendants of John Hake
- Descendants of Alexander Hake
- Descendants of William Hake and Elizabeth Lang
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Arthur John Hake (1890- ) (St H) Gunner RGA
- Henry George Hake (1893- ) (St H) Private, Dorsetshire Regiment, wounded