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John Roe Hickman (1854-1921)

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John Roe Hickman (1854-1921) of Buck and Hickman

1854 May 11th. Born at St. Pancras the son of John Roe Hickman (1829-1904), a tool maker, and his wife Margaret

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]

1878 October 24th. Married Kate, the daughter of William George Fish at Chingford, Essex.

1911 Living at Stotfold, Mavelstone Road, Bromley: John R. Hickman (age 57 born St. Pancras), Iron and Steel merchant and Employer. With his wife Kate Hickman (age 62 born Hackney) and their daughter Elsie Hickman (age 47 born Hackney). One visitor. Four servants.[2]

1921 April 24th. Died at Bromley


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census