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  1. Count John Maurice Hauke (German language: Johann Moritz Hauke Polish language: Jan Maurycy Hauke ) (26 October 1775, Seifersdorf, near Dresden, Saxony – 29 November 1830, Warsaw, Congress Poland, Russian Empire) was a professional soldier. Of German origin and the son of a German professor at the Warsaw Lyceum (an exclusive Prussian school in Warsaw), Count Moritz Hauke served between 1790 ...

  2. Count John Maurice Hauke (; 26 October 1775 in Seifersdorf, near Dresden, Saxony – 29 November 1830 in Warsaw, Congress Poland, Russian Empire) was a professional soldier. This page uses content from the English Wikipedia .

  3. 22/01/2022 · Count John Maurice Hauke (German: Johann Moritz Hauke Polish: Jan Maurycy Hauke) (26 October 1775 in Seifersdorf, near Dresden, Saxony – 29 November 1830 in War

  4. www.liquisearch.com › john_maurice_hauke › lifeJohn Maurice Hauke - Life

    Hauke reprimanded them and told them to go back to their quarters, whereupon they opened fire and killed him. His wife died shortly afterwards, and their younger children were made wards of the Tsar, while three elder sons joined the uprising and one of them, Maurice Leopold, fell during the battle of Ostrołęka in 1831 only 27 years old.

  5. Hauke reprimanded them and told them to go back to their quarters, whereupon they opened fire and killed him. His wife died shortly afterwards, and their younger children were made wards of the Tsar, while three elder sons joined the uprising and one of them, Maurice Leopold, fell during the battle of Ostrołęka in 1831 only 27 years old.

  6. Birth 26 October 1775 unknown, Death 29 November 1830 unknown, Spouse Sophie Lafontaine, Children Julia, Princess of Battenberg

  7. Background and early life. Marie was the eldest child and only daughter of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine (1823–1888), founder of the House of Battenberg and his morganatic wife, the Countess Julia Hauke (1825–1895), daughter of the Polish Count John Maurice Hauke.