Harry George Hawker - Australian Pioneer Aviator
Australian Aviation Hall of Fame
Sir Reginald Ansett, Horace Brinsmead, Harry Hawker Colin Pay, Ingo Renner and Senja Robey were inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame on the 8th November 2014. 

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Project Hawker 2013
 
100th Anniversary Circuit of Britain Commemorative. 
Pilot Jeff Boyling retraced the route taken by Harry Hawker and Harry Kauper in the Daily Mail Around Britain attempt in 1913.  

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Lougshinny Village


The National Heritage Week Events awards  The awards recognised  their work and dedication on the Centenary celebration of the Harry Hawker Flight 1913.
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Kingston Aviation

Celebrating 100 years of world class aircraft design.  This link provides detail and histories covering the entire story of Kingston's aviation industry from 1912.

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Harry Hawker

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Hawker Pacific

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National Library of Australia (TROVE)

Digitised Australian newspaper articles can be found clicking on the links below.  


Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1913


Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1914
Newspaper articles covering Harry Hawker tour to Australia in 1914. 


Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1915

Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1916


Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1919
Newspaper articles covering Harry Hawker's Atlantic attempt


Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1920


Harry Hawker (Harry George Hawker MBE AFC) Aust. Aviator - 1921


Harry Kauper (Henry Alexis Kauper)


Henry Richard Busteed OBE, AFC (Harry Busteed)


Eric Harrison


Henry Aloysius Petre


Basil George Watson
Basil Watson travelled with Harry Hawker and Harry Kauper on their return trip to England in 1914
to learn to fly and about aviation construction. 


Maurice Shmith

Anne (nee Stutt)  Shmith
Miss Anne Stutt flew as a passenger with Harry Hawker in 1914.  Sister of William John Stutt, military aviator.   Anne Stutt married Maurice Shmith.


William John Stutt
Brother of Anne Stutt.  Mr William John Stutt and Mr Lang were engaged by the
State Aviation School in Richmond, NSW in 1916.

State Aviation School - Richmond NSW

Ruby Dixon
Ruby Dixon flew several times as a passenger with Harry Hawker.


St Paul Church, Hook, Chessington, Surrey, England
Harry is buried in the churchyard at St Paul Church. 








 
 
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