AWM Canberra Last Post Ceremony for 2 Hicks Descendants – Lyle Hicks and Herbert Charles Rogers 26 & 27/9/2014 – 4.55pmHonouring their sacrifice in New Guinea (Buna - Gona) WWII 1942September 26th, 2014
Hicks Family 2014 Get Together180th Wedding Anniversary of James Hicks and Margaret DaleyNovember 8th, 2014
The Hicks Family
Who am I ? Kerrie Anne Christian (nee Adams), a great great granddaughter of Henry Thomas Hicks, eldest child of James and Margaret Hicks.
It's now been discovered that James Hicks' sister Sarah Hurst-Herbert (nee Hicks) was in the Illawarra by as early as 1823, likewise James' step dad Thomas White - barely 8 years after the first European settlement in the Illawarra. And James Hicks' mum (Margaret White nee Howe) had arrived in Wollongong by 1826.
Nearly 200 years later, and in 2014 we've had 9 generations live in the Illawarra - one of the earliest European Pioneering Families in the Northern Illawarra - with 7 generations of the Hicks McKenzie branch in an unbroken chain since 1837.
Some Hicks' left in the 19th Century, and became Pioneering European families on the NSW North Coast (Hicks). Then some went further afield to Brisbane, Cairns & even Thursday Island and Perth - even overseas!
From childhood Mum would take us to place flowers on the Hicks Family Graves at St Augustine's Bulli. Their names intrigued me - what were their stories? Uncovering them was harder in the past. Finally with Trove & the Web it's possible to discover & share so many more of these stories across our Hicks Family.
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In 1912, school teacher Ida McKenzie “Jummie” Hicks (10.9.1883?- d 1967), the 13th of Henry Thomas and Mary Ann Hicks’ 14 children, married Arthur Frederick Webb (1888 Hirwaun Wales – d 19.10.1966 at sea). The 1913 NSW Electoral Roll for Wollongong … Continue reading
1 – Henry Thomas Hicks Widow – Mary Ann Hicks nee McKenzie – Obituaries on her death in Thirroul February 23 1930.
OBITUARY (Clifton Times or South Coast Times Newspaper ? ? Feb / March 1930?) LATE MRS. HICKS, SENR. It is our sad duty to record the passing of Mrs. Mary Ann Hicks, one of the grand old pioneers of the … Continue reading
Henry Thomas Hicks was possibly one of the earliest elected political representatives from Thirroul ? Henry was active in local affairs from the 1880’s being elected as an Alderman for the North Illawarra Council in 1887 and 1888, still there in 1889. Like his … Continue reading