1 St. Andrew s Churchyard, Tywardreath, Cornwall War Grave Lest We Forget World War 1 SECOND LIEUTENANT S. HAWKE AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS 13TH JULY, 1918 Age 27 Greater Love Hath No Man Than To Give His Life For His Country
2 Stanley HAWKE Stanley Hawke was born at Tywardreath, Cornwall at the end of 1890 to parents Henry and Sarah Jane Hawke (nee Rundell). The 1891 England Census recorded Stanley Hawke as a 5 month old grandson living with his Grandmother & parents at Tywardreath, Par Green, South East Cornwall, England. Stanley s Grandmother Sarah Rundell (aged 51, born Tywardreath, Cornwall) was listed as Wife with no Head of House recorded. His parents were listed as Henry Hawke son-in-law of Sarah Rundell, (Ship s Carpenter, aged 26, born Padstow, Cornwall) & Sarah J. Hawke daughter of Sarah Rundell (aged 25, born Tywardreath, Cornwall). The 1901 England Census recorded Stanley Hawke as a 10 year old, living with his family in a 2 roomed dwelling at 1 Corry Street, St. Aubyn, Devonport, Devon, England. His parents were listed as Henry Hawke (Shipwright Dockyard, aged 35) & Sarah J. Hawke (aged 34). Also listed was Stanley s younger sister Lilian M. Hawke (aged 6, born Par Green, Cornwall). A Stanley Hawke, Farmer, aged 20, was listed as a passenger on the Narrung, which departed from London on 29th March, 1911 bound for Australia. [The 1911 England Census recorded Stanley s father as a widower - Henry Hawke (Shipwright, aged 45) living in a 4 roomed dwelling at 34 Par Green, Par Station, Cornwall. Also listed were Henry s other 2 children Lillian May Hawke (aged 16) & Henry John Brenton Hawke (aged 8).] The 1914, 1915, 1916 & 1917 Australian Electoral Rolls for the division of Wimmera, subdivision of Swan Hill, Victoria listed Stanley Hawke, Farmer of Peri Farm, Swan Hill. Stanley Hawke was a 25 year old, single, Shipwright from Swan Hill, P.O., Swan Hill, Victoria when he enlisted at Melbourne, Victoria on 26th January, 1916 with the 10th Infantry Brigade, 37th Infantry Battalion, B Company of the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.). His service number was 601 & his religion was Methodist. His next of kin was listed as his father Mr Harry Hawke, of 34 Par Green, Par Station, Cornwall, England. Private Stanley Hawke was posted to Depot Battalion on 21st February, He was transferred to 37th Battalion B Company on 23rd February, Private Stanley Hawke was admitted to Clearing Hospital, Military Camp at Seymour with a bruised thigh on 12th March, He was transferred to A.A.M.C. Convalescent Hospital, Sandringham on 14th March & discharged back to his Unit on 12th April, Private Stanley Hawke embarked from Melbourne on HMAT Persic (A34) on 3rd June, 1916 & disembarked at Plymouth, England on 25th July, Reinforcements were only given basic training in Australia. Training was completed in training units in England. Some of these were located in the Salisbury Plain & surrounding areas in the county of Wiltshire. Private Stanley Hawke was appointed to Lance Corporal on 20th October, Lance Corporal Stanley Hawke was admitted to 10th Brigade Field Hospital at Larkhill, Wiltshire on 10th November, 1916 then transferred the same day to Fargo Military Hospital, Wiltshire with Scabies. He was discharged to duty on 15th November, Lance Corporal Stanley Hawke proceeded overseas to France from Southampton on 22nd November, Lance Corporal Stanley Hawke was sent to Hospital sick while in France on 5th December, He was admitted to 10th Australian Field Ambulance with Seberrhoea then transferred to 8th Casualty Clearing Station. L/Cpl. Hawke was transferred to No. 4 Ambulance Train on 7th December, 1916 & admitted to 13th Stationary Hospital at Boulogne, France on 8th December, He was transferred to No. 1 Convalescent Camp on 3rd February, L/Cpl. Hawke was fit for Base Details on 8th February, 1917.
3 Lance Corporal Stanley Hawke was marched in to 3rd A.D.B.D. (Australian Divisional Base Depot) on 11th February, Lance Corporal Stanley Hawke was appointed (E.D.P. (Extra Duty Pay) (Temporary) Corporal on 28th February, 1917 while posted at 3rd Australian Divisional Base Depot, Etaples, France. Acting Corporal E.D.P reverts to permanent rank of Lance Corporal on 27th March, Lance Corporal Stanley Hawke was transferred to 2nd Anzac Corps Salvage Section on 28th March, 1917 and to be Sergeant. Sergeant Stanley Hawke was marched out to 2nd Anzac Corps Salvage Corps on 2nd April, 1917 & taken on strength of 2nd Anzac Corps Salvage Section on 3rd April, Sergeant Stanley Hawke was appointed Acting C.S.M. (Company Sergeant Major) without pay on 23rd July, Acting C.S.M. Stanley Hawke proceeded on leave on 8th August, 1917 & returned from leave on 20th August, Sergeant Stanley Hawke was transferred from France to England on 28th November, 1917 to join the Australian Flying Corps & was placed on the Supernumerary List. Sergeant Stanley Hawke joined No. 2 School of Military Aeronautics at Oxford from 7th December, 1917 & was appointed Cadet. Cadet Stanley Hawke was marched in to A.F.C. (Australian Flying Corps) Depot at Wendover, England on 8th February, 1918 from No. 2 R.F.C. (Royal Flying Corps) M.A. at Oxford. Cadet Stanley Hawke was marched out to & posted to No. 7 Training Squadron at Leighterton on 26th March, Cadet Stanley Hawke having graduated was appointed Flying Officer (Pilot) & to be Second Lieutenant in A.I.F. dated 22nd May, Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke passed Wireless Tests Minature & Panneau and Puff Target on 5th June, He passed Aerial Fining Test on 6th June, Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke passed Signalling Test A & B on 13th June, 1918 & also on the same date Stoppages in Air Test & Carrying Passenger Test. Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke passed in Reconnaissance on 15th June, 1918 & Formation Flying on 17th June, He passed in Bomb Dropping Tests on 18th June, 1918 & Comend Gun Tests on 19th June, Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke passed in A.F.C. Navigation on 22nd June, Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke was admitted to Tetbury Cottage Hospital on 26th June, 1918 Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke having been admitted to Cottage Hospital, Tetbury was attached to 1st Wing Headquarters for rations only from 26th June, 1918.
4 Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke died at am on 13th July, 1918 at Tetbury Cottage Hospital, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England from Pneumonia. A death for Stanley Hawke, aged 26, was registered in the September quarter, 1918 in the district of Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England. Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke was buried at 3 pm on 17th July, 1918 in St. Andrew s Churchyard, Tywardreath, Cornwall, England Family Grave and has a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone. From the burial report of Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke Elm Coffin, Polished with brass fittings. The deceased Officer was buried privately by his father, Mr Hawke, of Par, Cornwall, England. Details of those present at the funeral Mr Ben Tregaskes (Uncle) par, Mr S Rundell, Lamb Park, Par & a great number of others. Stanley Hawke requested in his Will dated 15th February, 1917 that in the vent of his death all of his property & effects to be given to Mr H, Hawke, 34 Par Green, Par Station Cornwall, England. Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke was entitled to British War Medal & the Victory Medal. A Memorial Scroll & Memorial Plaque were also sent to Second Lieutenant Hawke s father Mr H. Hawke, as the closest next-of-kin. (Scroll & Plaque both sent December, 1922) The Commonwealth War Graves Commission lists Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke, aged 27, of Australian Flying Corps. He was the son of Henry and Sarah Jane Hawke, of 34 Par Green, Par Station, Cornwall, England. Second Lieutenant S. Hawke is commemorated on the Roll of Honour, located in the Hall of Memory Commemorative Area at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia on Panel 187.
5 S. Hawkes is remembered on the Swan Hill War Memorial located on Campbell Street, Swan Hill, Victoria. Swan Hill War Memorial (Photo from Monument Australia John Huth)
6 S. Hawke is remembered on the Tywardreath War Memorial which is located near the entrance gate to St. Andrew s Church, Tywardreath, Cornwall. Tywardreath War Memorial (Photo by Gary Radford)
7 S. Hawke is also remembered on the St. Andrew s Church, Tywardreath Roll of Honour for Tywardreath for World War 1. Stanley Hawke is also remembered on a Memorial Plaque for the Great War located in St. Mary s Methodist Church, Par, Cornwall.
8 S. Hawke is also remembered on the Par Roll of Honour located in St. Mary s Methodist Church, Par, Cornwall.
9 (53 pages of Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke s Service records are available for On Line viewing at National Archives of Australia website). Information obtained from the CWGC, Australian War Memorial (Roll of Honour, First World War Embarkation Roll) & National Archives Newspaper Notices CASUALTY LISTS ROYAL AIR FORCE SEC.-LT. S. HAWKE Sec.-Lt. Stanley Hawke, eldest son of Mr H. Hawke, of Par Green, has died in Tetbury Hospital, Gloucestershire, of influenza and pneumonia, at the age of 28. He joined the colours in Australia and was attached to the Australian Flying Corps. He had seen service in France, and been awarded the Military Medal and certificate for gallant conduct. (Western Morning News, Plymouth, Devon, England 22 July, 1918) DIED ON SERVICE HAWKE On the 13th July, 1918, 2nd Lieut. Stanley Hawke, A.F.C., died of illness while on service abroad, aged 26 years and 9 months. (Sadly missed by his sorrowing fiancée, Nellie Bond). (The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria 10 August, 1918) GENERAL NEWS ITEMS Died on Active Service Second Lieutenant Stanley Hawke, of Murraydale, died of illness on the 13th July while on active service abroad. He was aged 26 years and 9 months and was much esteemed while in the district. (Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate, Victoria 19 August, 1918) IN MEMORIAM On Active Service HAWKE In loving memory of 2nd-Lieut. Stanley Hawke, A.I.F., who died at the Cottage Hospital, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, Eng., on the 13th July, Fondly loved; ever remembered -(Inserted by his sorrowing fiancée, N. Bond) (The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria 12 July, 1919)
10 IN MEMORIAM On Active Service HAWKE In loving memory of 2nd Lieut. Stanley Hawke, A.F.C., who died of illness at the Cottage Hospital, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, on the 13th July, I think of times we had together, Happy and cheerful, through sunshine and rain, Although we are parted, nothing can sever Those dear golden links from memory s chain. -(Inserted by his sorrowing fiancée, Nellie Bond) (The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria 14 July, 1920) Commonwealth War Graves Commission Headstones The Defence Department, in 1920/21, contacted the next of kin of the deceased World War 1 soldiers to see if they wanted to include a personal inscription on the permanent headstone. Space was reserved for 66 letters only (with the space between any two words to be counted as an additional letter) & the rate per letter was around 3 ½ d (subject to fluctuation). The expense in connection for the erection of permanent headstones over the graves of fallen soldiers was borne by the Australian Government. (Information obtained from letters sent to next of kin in 1921) Second Lieutenant S. Hawke does have a personal inscription on his headstone. Greater Love Hath No Man Than To Give His Life For His Country
11 St. Andrew s Churchyard, Tywardreath, Cornwall, England St. Andrew s Churchyard, Tywardreath contains 4 Commonwealth War Graves all from World War 1. St. Andrew s Church, Tywardreath with War Memorial (Photo by Gary Radford)
12 Photo of Second Lieutenant S. Hawke s Commonwealth War Graves Commission Headstone in St. Andrew s Churchyard, Tywardreath, Cornwall, England. (Photo courtesy of Mick McCann)
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