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1725 June 8. Petition. Thomas Hicks, for the passage of an act to authorize the cutting off the entail of certain lands in the township of Flushing, willed to him by his brother Whitehead Hicks, grandson of Daniel Whitehead. [1]

1757 April 25. Memorial. Thomas Jones, clerk of the court of Queens county, against the acts of Whitehead Hicks (perhaps a nephew), who claims to be such clerk, and against Benjamin Ilinchman, who refuses to deliver up the records, ho having been deputy clerk under Andrew Clark, the former clerk. [2]

Footnotes:

[1] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, ed., Calendar of historical manuscripts in the office of the secretary of state, Albany, N.Y. Part II, English (1865), 495, citing Vol LXVII, p 105, [Internet Archive].

[2] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, ed., Calendar of historical manuscripts in the office of the secretary of state, Albany, N.Y. Part II, English (1865), 671, citing Vol LXXXIV, p 54, [Internet Archive].


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