Samuel Hickock

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ChartsAncestors of Adele La Force
James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickock and Adele (Force) Cooke
Samuel Hickock, son of William Hickock and Elizabeth (…), was born at Farmington, Connecticut, about 1643.1 He died at Waterbury, Connecticut, before March 1694/95.1

Samuel married Hannah Upson, daughter of Thomas Upson and Elizabeth Fuller, about 1667.2,3


Hannah Upson b. abt. 1648, d. abt. 1705
  • Sanuel Hickock1 b. abt. 1668, d. 3 Jun 1713
  • Hannah Hickock1 b. abt. 1670, d. 17 Jul 1750
  • William Hickock1 b. abt. 1672, d. 4 Nov 1737
  • Thomas Hickock1 b. abt. 1674, d. 28 Jun 1728
  • Joseph Hickock1 b. abt. 1677, d. 1725
  • Mary Hickock1 b. abt. 1680, d. 21 Mar 1713/14
  • Elizabeth Hickock1 b. 12 Nov 1682
  • Stephen Hickock1 b. abt. 1684, d. abt. 1726
  • Benjamin Hickock1 b. abt. 1686, d. 17 Nov 1745
  • Mercy Hickock+1,4 b. 8 Apr 1689, d. bt 1733 - 1739
  • Ebenezer Hickock1 b. abt. 1692, d. 8 Jul 1774
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  1. [S956] Charles Nelson Hickok, The Hickok Genealogy: Descendants of William Hickoks of Farmington, Connecticut, With Ancestry of Charles Nelson Hickok (Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing, 1938), 6-7, further cited as Hickok, Hickok Genealogy.
  2. [S956] Hickok, Hickok Genealogy, 420.
  3. [S1872] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, 3 vols. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011), 2:748, further cited as Torrey, New England Marriages (2011).
  4. [S302] Gary A. Boughton and Frederick C. Hart Jr., "Sorting Out Some Boutons: A New Look at the Family of John4 and Mercy (Hickok) Bouton of New Canaan, Connecticut," The American Genealogist 73 (Jan, Apr 1998): 33-43, 146-155, at 33, further cited as Boughton and Hart, "Bouton."