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PostSubject: Memorial Inscription - Hanley, Staffordshire Hanley Cemetery and War Graves   Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:37 pm

"William HICKIN, 23 June 1869, 81
Mary, his d, 17 Nov 1877, 56
William Henry, only s/o Henry & Hannah HICKIN,
who Fell in the Zulu War at the Battle of Isandhlwana,
22 Jan 1879, 25"
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PostSubject: Re: Memorial Inscription - Hanley, Staffordshire Hanley Cemetery and War Graves   Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:07 am

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Private, who fell the Zulu War. Born 1854 and was the son of Henry & Hannah of (1891) High Street, Hanley. His father was a Locksmith and Bell hanger. William was a clerk. He is commemorated on a window in St John's Church, Hanley, which has been closed for some twenty years, (No photo can be found of this window) He is also commemorated on a memorial in Hanley Cemetery, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire"

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PostSubject: Re: Memorial Inscription - Hanley, Staffordshire Hanley Cemetery and War Graves   Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:38 am

William Henry Hickin 747 , 1/ 24th , KIA Isand ..entitled to Medal with 1877-78-79 Clasp.

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