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Julia Gordon Hawker (?–1927)

The late Mrs. H. C. [Julia Gordon Lance] Hawker, whose death recently took place in England, had been in indifferent health for some time. Her son Lieut.-Col. A. Seymour Hawker, and his family left for England early this year in order to see her. Mrs. Hawker's maiden name was Hawker, of another branch of the family. Her other son. Major Lanoe Hawker, D.S.O., V.C., fell in the war. He was an airman. Twelve grandsons of the late Hon. G. C. Hawker went to the war.and though several were severely grounded, Major Lanoe Hawker was the only one who fell. Mrs. Hawker's sister won considerable celebrity as the authoress of a book 'Mademoiselle Ixe,' which had a great vogue in its day. It was pub ished under the nom de plume of Lanoe Falconer.

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April, 1927

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