Hicksons found in the County of Dorset, England:
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- John Emerick Hickson, born 1864 in Dudley, died 1955 in Bournemouth
- Leslie Charles Robert Hickson (1888-1972) lived in Bournemouth
- Ivy Hickson (Mrs Eric Uphill) (1909-1980) moved from London to Bournemouth
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- Clifford Hickson (1916-1992) son of Percy & Margaret moved from Forest Hill, London to Dorset.
He died at Dorchester.
- John Hickson married Susanna Smartfield 1823 at St James, Poole
- Albert Henry Hickson drowned in Poole Harbour in 1905. His gt gt gt gd father was Joseph
Hickson (1735-1797) of Kenardington in Kent
- Mary Hixon married William Lush 1715 in Shaftesbury
- Mary Hixon married Thomas White 1733 at St Peter, Shaftesbury
- George Hixson married Elizabeth Leach 1721 in Swanage
- The inscription over the straw-plait basket shop reads:
T. Hixson, pleasure boats for hire.
Next door to the basket shop was "Hixson, Swanage House Agency".
For a picture see the Contents page
- Thomas Hickson married Hannah Sopers 1759 in Swanage and had six children
- Ann Hixson was born 1837 in Swanage
- Maria Elizabeth Hixson married Alexander Dunnage Brown 1863 in Swanage
- Frederick George Hickson (1856-1925) was headmaster of "Oldfield" School where
Joan Hickson, the actress, went to school
- Amelia Ann Hixson was married 1871 in Wareham.
USA and Canada
- Richard Hixson (1665-1718) married Margaret Watkins in 1686 in Milton, Massachusetts.
He died in Dorchester, Suffolk
- Ethel Hickson, born 1896, died 1988 at Dorcester, Massachusetts
- Dr J.W.A.Hickson - When the Fraser-Hickson Library first opened in 1885, there were
no other public libraries in Montreal. Maybe this is why Hugh Fraser, a local businessman,
left a gift to set up a library for "the diffusion of knowledge by affording free access
to all desiring it". For more than 70 years the Library operated out of a building known as
Burnside Hall at the corner of University Street and Dorchester Boulevard. In 1956 Professor
J.W.A.Hickson left a bequest of one million dollars and the library was able to move to a
building of its own design. Can anyone tell me anymore about Dr Hickson?