Grimsby - Thomas, Charles, Ernest, Robert. Charles, Leslie. Hack

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Reference WMO257557

Address:

Scartho Road Cemetery

Grimsby

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Leaded
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Ground level kerbed grave with urn, and open book style tablet, casualties commemorated on tablet. The four names are the sons of the person in the grave. However, two grandsons are also mentioned as being lost at sea - Charles and Leslie, but these may be children of daughters therefore with surnames other than Hack
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Top Kerb IN LOVING MEMORY / OF Left MARY ANN WIFE OF THE LATE JOHN ROBERT HACK DIED NOV 27TH 1936, AGED 75 YEARS / WE WILL MEET AGAIN IN MEMORY’S GARDEN Right JOHN ROBERT THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF MARY ANN HACK, DIED APRIL 1ST 1930, AGED 69 YEARS / A SILENT THOUGHT, A SILENT TEAR, KEEPS HIS MEMORY, VERY DEAR Botton AT REST Open Book – Left IN MEMORY OF / THEIR BELOVED SONS / LOST AT SEA / THE TWO GREAT WARS / THOMAS / CHARLES / ERNEST / AND ROBERT / AT Right ALSO / THEIR GRANDSONS / LOST AT SEA / CHARLES / AND LESLIE / REST. BOTTOM - At Rest

HACK John Charles, 811 ES. Engineman. H.M. Trawler "Jay." Royal Naval Reserve. Son of John Robert and Mary Ann Hack, of Boston; husband of Grace Ella Hack, of 1, Percy Villas, Hospital Lane, Boston, Lincs. Died 11 August 1017, aged 35 HACK John Robert. Chief Engineer. Fishing Vessel "Hopton." (Lowestoft), Fishing Fleet. Son of John Robert and Mary Elizabeth Hack; husband of Rebecca Elizabeth Hack, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Died 08 June 1941, aged 49 HACK T First Engineer. Steam Trawler "Brothertoft" (Boston), Mercantile Marine. Husband of Mrs. May Hack, of Mount Bridge, Boston. Born at Boston. DIED 09 PRIL 1917, Aged 30 Unable to identify the others.

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