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Hans Hamilton Mack (1861–1930)

Dr. Hans Hamilton Mack, second son of the late Rev. H. Mack, formerly of Adelaide, South Australia, died last Thursday at Epsom, England, at the age of 69 years.

Dr Mack was born in Adelaide in 1861. He had a brilliant scholastic career at the Prince Alfred College, of which he was captain, and at the Adelaide University, of which he was one of the first three graduates. Dr. Mack graduated in arts at the age of 18. Two years later, at the age of 20, he left Australia and resumed his studies at the medical school oí the London University. After his graduation there he practised medicine in London for the rest of his life.

Dr. Mack leaves a widow, two sons, and three daughters, and several brothers and a sister, who are well-known in Sydney.

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'Mack, Hans Hamilton (1861–1930)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/mack-hans-hamilton-13454/text24134, accessed 15 April 2024.

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Birth

1861
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Death

11 December, 1930 (aged ~ 69)
Epsom, Surrey, England

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