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Walter William Hackett

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Walter William Hackett (1874-1964) of Accles and Pollock

b: May 29, 1874. His brother was Alfred George Hackett

Educ: Birmingham Board School.

1911 Living at 3 Dog Kennel Lane, Langley, Birmingham: Walter William Hackett (age 36 born Birmingham), Works Manager - Seamless Steel Tubes. With his wife Jeannie Hackett (age 36 born Blyton, Lincs) and their six children; Walter Hackett (age 11 born Aston); Arthur Hackett (age 9 born Handsworth); George Hackett (age 8 born Langley); Thomas Hackett (age 6 born Langley); Jeannie Eleanor Hackett (age 3 born Langley); and Charles Leslie Hackett (age 3 born Langley).[1]

1959 Chairman, Accles and Pollock since 1954 and of Pel (a subsidiary company), since 1955. Joined Accles and Pollock on its formation in 1897, becoming a Joint Director, and Chairman, 1954

1964 Obituary [2]

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