Hickson Genealogy

Durham

Hicksons found in the County of Durham, England:

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Auckland


Auckland, New Zealand


Aycliffe

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Billingham


Bishop Middleham


Bishopwearmouth


Bradbury


Brancepeth


Chester le Street


Coniscliffe


Durham City


Eldon Estate

Quittance of Anne Hickson of Mordon, widow, and the tenants of a messuage with appurtenances there, forfeit for recusancy, Michaelmas Term, 1656

6 and 7 December 1709
(1) Richard Rea of Newcastle, butcher, and wife, Susanna
(2) George Hickson of Mordon, yeoman
Lease and release by (1) to (2) of a moiety of 20a. of lands and tenements in the townships of Mordon and Bradbury

12 and 13 May 1727
(1) George Hickson of Mordon, yeoman
(2) Thomas Watson of Manfield, Yorkshire, yeoman
Lease and release by (1) to (2) of lands and tenements as in D/El 30/239, 240


Elton


Edleston family of Gainsford

An address given by J.M. Hickson entitled, The Revival of the Gifts of Healing, n.d. [20th century]

The Healing of Christ in his Church, by J.M. Hickson, n.d. [20th century]


Hanby Holmes

Jane Hickson, widow v George Rowell late of Durham, butcher. Pleas. Durham Assizes, 11 March 1679/80

21 September 1691. Writs to the sheriff of Durham in Jane Hickson, widow v George Rowell late of the city of Durham and Jane Rowell his widow and administratrix, for debt


Bishopton St. Peter Parish

Marriage licence, Hickson Wass, of the parish of Stockton and Margaret Longstaff, 2 August 1852


Londonderry Estates

Lease by Elizabeth Tempest to Robert Hickson of Old Durham of property in the parish of St. Oswalds, 1719


Durham St. Oswald Parish

Durham ale and porter brewery account of Christopher Hickson with Thomas Bulmer and Co., November 1860 - April 1844


Swinburne and Jackson

Correspondence, affadavits etc. re the Hickson infants, 3 February 1948 - 18 March 1954


Strathmore Estate

PARISH OF PITTINGTON

10 February 1685/86
(1) John Hickson of Sunderland, gent.
(2) Richard Wharton of Durham, gent.
Assignment of lease of 21 years from 20 July 1683 of l/3 of of a farmhold in North Pittington


Wolsingham

Wolsingham is situated on the western side of Co Durham and is fairly near to Sunniside and Hamsterley