Through the family-owned Hatcher Grocery Company, Hatcher introduced a cola drink in 1905 called Royal Crown Ginger Ale. In the same year a company was formed to bottle the popular drinks, Union Bottling Works. Hatcher is buried in the Riverdale Cemetery in Muscogee County, Georgia. His will established the Pickett & Hatcher Educational Fund, a non-profit student lender.

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  • Through the family-owned Hatcher Grocery Company, Hatcher introduced a cola drink in 1905 called Royal Crown Ginger Ale. In the same year a company was formed to bottle the popular drinks, Union Bottling Works. Hatcher is buried in the Riverdale Cemetery in Muscogee County, Georgia. His will established the Pickett & Hatcher Educational Fund, a non-profit student lender. (en)
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  • 1876-8-20
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  • American chemist (en)
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  • Through the family-owned Hatcher Grocery Company, Hatcher introduced a cola drink in 1905 called Royal Crown Ginger Ale. In the same year a company was formed to bottle the popular drinks, Union Bottling Works. Hatcher is buried in the Riverdale Cemetery in Muscogee County, Georgia. His will established the Pickett & Hatcher Educational Fund, a non-profit student lender. (en)
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  • Claud A. Hatcher (en)
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