Hawker, Robert Stephen (M)

Surname: Hawker
Forename(s): Robert Stephen
b. 3 December 1803. d. 15 August 1875. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Poet, writer, and clergyman. Pseudonym: “Rueben”. Married Charlotte I’ans in 1823. Born in Plymouth and, after graduating from Oxford University, became the curate for North Tamerton, Cornwall. Author of Tendrils (1823), The Song of the Western Men (1825), The Poor Man and His Parish Church (1840), The Quest of the Sangraal (1863), and Cornish Ballads (1869). Biographical information: ODNB. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 10
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Bush with the Bleeding Breast 1852-12-18 Household Words Poet 1269
The First Born Prince of Wales 1863-04-25 Once a Week Poet 479
Mawgan of Melluach. The Cornish Wrecker 1863-05-23 Once a Week Poet 487
Dangerous Eyes 1864-09-04 All the Year Round Poet 3177
A Croon on Hennacliff 1864-09-10 All the Year Round Poet 3178
Queen Guennivar’s Round 1864-09-17 All the Year Round Poet 3179
Pauline 1865-01-14 All the Year Round Poet 3186
Sir Ralph de Blanc-Minster 1867-02-09 Once a Week Poet 12084
Death Song 1887-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8621
Mawgan of Melhuach 1887-07 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8622