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Andrew Clinton Hack
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Birth: unknown
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA
Death: Mar. 6, 1889
Frederick County
Virginia, USA

Andrew Clinton Hack was born in about 1840 in Maryland. He died at Willow Lawn, near Winchester, Virginia. He was the son of Frederick A. Hack and Anna M. Rieman. His paternal grandfather was Andrew Hack Jr.

Andrew Hack Jr. was the son of Andrew Hake and Anna Maria Wintermeyer. of York County, Pennsylvania.

Andrew's maternal grandfather was Henry Rieman.

Andrew Hack first married Sally R. Cunningham on 18 February 1867 in Hardy County, West Virginia. Sally was born in about 1839 in Hardy County, West Virginia and died on 24 October 1869, eight days after the birth of her son Seymour. Sally died in Hardy County. Her cause of death was listed as child birth. Sally was the daughter of George and Rebecca Cunningham.

Andrew then married Annie Russell.

"Andrew went South at the beginning of the Civil War and served until its close with Captain McNeill's Rangers. He and his brother Henry Rieman Hack assisted in taking Major-Generals Crook and Kelly from Cumberland, surrounded by five thousand troops, with McNeill's forty men, and became lifelong friends of those two distinguished officers."

"The large brick mansion, just South of the mill, now the home of Mrs. Annie Hack and daughter, was the residence of Isaac Hollingsworth, and was built by him long before he built the stone mill. He operated the old Parkins mill, which stood closer to the mill dam; his widow and son Isaac surviving him many years. The son married Aleinda Gibson, of Clarke; and there at Willow Lawn reared their family. Mrs. Hollingsworth and her family removed to Cumberland after they sold the property to Andrew Hack, of Baltimore. Isaac, Jr., in his lifetime, gave the old homestead a reputation for Virginia hospitality; and his accomplished wife was fitted for any of its demands."
Source: Shenandoah valley pioneers and their descendants. Thomas Kemp Cartmell 1909. p.293.

The son of Andrew C. Hack and Sally Cunningham was:
1. Seymour Hack (1869-1884)

The daughter of Andrew C. Hack and Annie R. Russell was:
2. Mary R. Hack (1877-1928) 
Family links: 
  Annie Russell Hack (1854 - 1925)*
  Seymour Cunningham Hack (1869 - 1884)*
  Mary R Hack Bowly (1877 - 1928)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Hebron Cemetery
Winchester City
Virginia, USA
Plot: Section Old, Lot 616, Grave 5
Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Sep 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96924671
Andrew Clinton Hack
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Andrew Clinton Hack
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