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date: 16 December 2019

Hack, Williamlocked

(fl. 1671–1702)
  • James William Kelly


Hack, William (fl. 1671–1702), chart maker, was the son of Charles Hack, a Winchester innkeeper. He was apprenticed to Andrew Welch, a cartographer of the Thames, or Drapers' Company, school of chart makers in London for a term of nine years on 25 January 1671. There is no record that ...

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