Hacking family page
William Ernest Hacking on one of his many visits to the United States
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Origins of surname
This family name is derived from the area of the same spelling in Blackburn, Lancashire, and probably means 'dwellers at a weir'.
The name first appeared in Jersey church records in 1804 when Thomas Hacking, who was born in Malta, married Martha Hardiman at the Town Church. Thomas was a soldier with the rank of sergeant.
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Charles Henry Hacking (1879-1918) son of Albert and Elizabeth Ann Rogers, husband of Julia, Ship's Cook, Mercantile Marine, HMS Otranto, killed in action
- William Ernest Hacking (1882- ) (St H) son of Albert and Elizabeth Ann Rogers , Private, South Staffordshire Regiment
Henrietta Hacking and her husband John James Walkey
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The grave of Great War casualty, ship's cook Charles Hacking, at Kilchoman Military Cemetery, Isle of Islay