C H Hack
Born in Bromley, Kent, in 1890 to William J Hack, a tailor, and his wife Emily, Charles Henry Hack started as a caddy at the Sundridge Park club. He became professional at the new Faversham club at the age of 19 and is listed on the 1911 census there as a boarder with Charles and Eliza Ann Beal and family.
He stayed at Faversham for four years as professional and greenkeeper then moved in January 1913 to become professional at Varese in Italy. When war was declared on 1914 he was in Switzerland and returned to Britain from there in early 1916 whereupon he enlisted in the RAMC.
Serving at the front in France, he was killed by shrapnel from a bursting shell on 5 May 1917. He is buried in the Sainte Catherine British cemetery beside Arras.
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