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John Roe Hickman (1829-1904)

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John Roe Hickman, (1829-1904) founder of Buck and Hickman

1829 Born the son of John Roe Hickman (1806-1847) and his wife Ann Buck

1853 May 24th. Married Margaret Littlefield

1854. Birth of son John Roe Hickman (1854-1921)

1871 Living at 281 Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel: John Roe Hickman (age 41 born Clerkenwell), Toolmaker - 13 men and 3 boys. With his wife Margaret Hickman (age 38 born Aldgate) and their children John Roe Hickman (age 17 born St. Pancras), Shopman; Margaret Hickman (age 15 born St. Giles); James Hickman (age 10 born Whitechapel); Isabel Hickman (age 7 born Whitechapel); Frank Hickman (age 4 born Whitechapel); Harry Hickman (age 1 born Whitechapel). Two servants.[1]

1904 Estate. John Roe Hickman, a large landowner of Lincolnshire, of Linden Lodge, Blackheath.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census