Jeanne Pallier seems to have been born on 19 July 1871 at Dijon, according to the only source I can find which gives her birthday. Many other sources do say that she was 48 when she got her license in 1912, though this is apparently wrong-- she would have been 41 if this birthdate is correct. She experienced flight first in a Bleriot in October 1910, but then learned to fly primarily in the biplane Astra CM. She earned her license in a smaller Astra in 1912. In 1913 she learned to fly a monoplane (Bleriot). She apparently flew up until 1914 (Vienna competition, I think), but is not heard of in aviation after that time. Like several of the early lady aviators, she got involved in (ground) ambulance work during the first world war. Doc
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