Hawkins

[n] - English privateer involved in the slave trade 2. [n] - United States jazz saxophonist (1904-1969)
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Hawkins

Sir John Hawkins noun English privateer involved in the slave trade; later helped build the fleet that in 1588 defeated the Spanish Armada (1532-1595)
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Hawkins

[1817 cricketer] Captain Hawkins (first name and dates unknown) was an English first-class cricketer associated with Marylebone Cricket Club who was active in the 1810s. He is recorded in one match in 1817, totalling 2 runs with a highest score of 2 not out. ==Bibliography== ...
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Hawkins

[name] The English language surname Hawkins originated in the 11th century in Kent, England. Its meaning comes from the word `hawking`, meaning `falconry`. Hawkins may have evolved to the variant `Haughan` or `O`haughan` due to migration of peoples to Ireland during the Civil War in the 16th century. It is rare as a given name. ==List of pe...
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Hawkins

Hawkins is an English name for boys. The meaning is `little hawk` The name Hawkins is -as far as we know- only given to American boys.
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Hawkins

HMS Hawkins was a British Cavendish Class light cruiser of 9800 tons displacement designed during the Great War, launched in 1917 and completed in 1919. She had a top speed of 30 knots (exceeded during trials) and carried a crew of 712. Armaments consisted of seven 7.5 inch calibre BL MkV main guns; four 4 inch calibre QF HA MkV secondary guns; eig...
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