PIONEER HICKS FAMILY


Hicks Family Page

 

1.  STEPHEN ALPHEUS HICKS (son of BARNARD & ABIGAIL (MOULTON) HICKS) was
born 26 Jan 1755 at Rehoboth, MA. He served in the Revolutionary War 
(Pension #S13394.)  He moved briefly to Warren, RI, enlisted there, returned 
to Rehoboth and enlisted again.  He applied for his pension from Ellisburg, 
Jefferson County on 27 Jul 1832.  He died 19 Feb 1833 at Ellisburg, 
Jefferson County.

Note:  Additional information about Stephen Alpheus Hicks is available in the 
Fonda list of Jefferson County Revolutionary Veterans.  For access to those
files, click on the underlined words in this note.


He married 21 Jan 1779 at Rehoboth MA

HANNAH GOFF.

Children, HICKS:

    2     i   RACHEL HICKS married BENJAMIN MARTIN

    3    ii   HANNAH HICKS married JESSE MARTIN

    4   iii   ABIGAIL HICKS

    5    iv   STEPHEN HICKS

    6     v   MERIAM HICKS

+   7    vi   SAMUEL HICKS married LYDIA GOULD

    8   vii   BARNARD HICKS

    9  viii   JESSE HICKS

   10    ix   JERUSHA HICKS


7.  SAMUEL HICKS (son of STEPHEN ALPHEUS & HANNAH (GOFF) HICKS) was born
12 Dec 1794 in Rehoboth MA.  He probably moved to Ellisburg with his family.

He married 1823 at Buffalo NY

LYDIA GOULD

Children, HICKS:

   11     i   MARTHA ANN ELIZABETH HICKS married ADDISON CABOT BLOOD

   12    ii   STEPHEN ALPHEUS HICKS

   13   iii   ALBERT HICKS

   14    iv   PRUDENCE JANE HICKS married SYLVESTER HENRY BLOOD

   15     v   ALVIN JESSE HICKS

   16    vi   WILLIAM HICKS

   17   vii   DANIEL HICKS

   18  viii   VIRGINIA HICKS

   19    ix   MIRIAM HICKS
 
Under Stephen Alpheus Hicks, the Revvet:
Letter from Stephen Hicks to his son, Samuel:
                                                                                                                                            Ellisburgh January the 12
Dear Son
     I reseved your letter & was verry glad to hear from you  you rote to me 
that you wanted I should send you some money  I want you should rite to me if 
you wold be glad to come back or if you would rather stay whare you are at 
present and have some helpe  I want you should rite to me the perticulars if 
you want i should helpe you back or what you doo want  you muste rite amediatly 
we wont to se you all verry mutch  Corn has bin worth seventy five cents pr 
bushel Weat tn shillings  pork five dollars pr hundred & other things in 
porpotion   I have sent 2 dollars in this leter
                                       Stephen Hicks

Under Samuel Hicks, his son:

     Samuel, though only seventeen years old at that time, fought in the 
Battle of Sackets Harbor in the war of 1812, the family having moved to 
Jefferson County, New York, from Boston, Massachus
 

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