| Etta Hawkins|
| July 13, 1945|
William Morris (m. 1891)
| Chester Morris, Adrian Morris, Gordon Morris|
Cynthia Morris, Kenton Morris, Brooks Morris
Chester Morris, William Morris
Etta Hawkins Wikipedia
Henrietta Luna Hawkins Morris (August 21, 1865 – July 13, 1945), known as Etta Hawkins, was an American comedic stage actress during the early 1900s. She gained prestige with her work in the productions of Lord Chumley with E.H. Sothern, The Charity Ball and The Lost Paradise.
She was born in Aurora, Illinois, daughter of Swiss native Anna Gutherz and William Delos Hawkins. In 1891, she married stage actor and producer William Morris. She was the mother of actors Chester, Adrian and Gordon Morris and also had a daughter, Mrs. H. O. Russell of New York. She died at Chester's Beverly Hills home in 1945.