Hicks Papers  

Repository

Dutchess County Historical Society

549 Main Street

Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Postal Address:

PO Box 88

Poughkeepsie NY 12602

(845) 471-1630

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Accession Number

DC.0984 – DC.0991

Processed by

Finding Aid Author: Shannon Butler 2019

Arranged by: unknown

Described by: unknown        

Preservation work: unknown

Encoded by: n/a

Date Completed

2019, April, 2

Creators

James Hicks

Extent

.1 linear feet or 8 folders

Dates

Inclusive: 1785 - 1929

Conditions Governing Access

No Restrictions

Languages

English

Scope and Content

The collection consists of legal papers of James Hicks

Historical Note

Provenance

The Collection was donated to the Dutchess County Historical Society by Mary Hicks from Wappingers Falls in March of 1970

Subject Headings

Correspondence, Last Will and Testament, Receipts

Copyright Notice

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Container List

Box 2

File

Contents

Date

File 1

DC.0984

Family Register (missing 4/2/2019)

1868-1929

File 2

DC.0985

Articles of vendue of the estate of James Hicks booklet

1803 Oct 20

File 3

DC.0986

Will of James Hicks

1803 Jun 29

File 4

DC.0987

Bond from Robertson Hicks to John Hageman

1815 May 1

File 5

DC.0988

Deed from Barneth B. Van Kleeck to James Hicks in Rombout Precinct (missing 4/2/2019)

1785 Apr 27

File 6

DC.0989

Letter from Walter A. Wood’s “Mowing and Reaping machine Co.” to RD Hicks

1875 Dec 9

File 7

DC.0990

Receipt from Robert Thorn to Robertson and Stephen Hicks

1829 May 20

File 8

DC. 0991

Letter of testimony on the will of James Hicks

1803 Oct 12