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HENRY HICKMAN


Source: Waveland Independent Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana March 31, 1955


Henry HICKMAN who had been in failing health for several months died Thursday at 1:58 p.m. at the Veteran's Hospital, Indianapolis. Born in Waveland Oct 1, 1886 the son of Jackson and Sarah Elizabeth Taylor Hickman, on June 17, 1920 he married Elizabeth West who survives. A veteran of WWI, he served as marshal here for a number of years. He was a member of the Waveland Methodist Church and American Legion. Surviving besides the widow are two daughters, Mrs. Mary Nation of Indianapolis and Mrs. Robert Johns of Monon; two brothers, John of Waveland and George of Terre Haute; one sister, Mrs. Mary Wilson of Waveland and 3 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 at the Machledt Funeral Home, Rev. Grover DeNeal assisted by Rev. JS White, officiating. Full military rites were given at Old Union Cemetery in charge of Waveland Post American Legion of which Mr. Hickman was a member. Dr. and Mrs. Mark West of Delleplane, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Ben West of Milwaukee, were here for the funeral of Henry Hickman. They are two brothers of Mrs. Henry Hickman.-- kbz


Source: Waveland Independent Waveland, Montgomery County, IndianaAug 30, 1918

Appreciate Red Cross

Williamsbridge, NY Aug 25, 1918 Dear Mother and All: Will drop you a few lines to let you know I am feeling fine after my long ride on the train which lasted for two and a half days and two nights from Camp Greenleaf, GA to Recruit Camp, NY where I am now stationed. Hope when these few lines reach you it will find you well. Well, Mother, this is a fine camp. We sure have been treated fine by the Red Cross all along the way. They gave us plenty of good eats and good coffee. Have this letter put in the Waveland paper for I want everybody in Waveland to know what the Red Cross is doing for us boys who are doing our bit in this Great World War. As I want to get some rest from my long journey, I will write more next time.

Your loving son, Henry H. Hickman US General Hospital No 1, Recruit camp, WIlliamsbridge, NY


 

 

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