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Sarah Elizabeth Denny Hicks
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Birth: Dec. 26, 1859
Pulaski County
Kentucky, USA
Death: 1890
Bartlesville
Washington County
Oklahoma, USA

Sarah Elizabeth "Denny" Hicks, daughter of William Denny and Dicie "Van Fletcher" Denny. She married Isaac Lincoln (Ike) Hicks, born Aug. 24, 1856 in Rockcastle Co., Kentucky on 5 March 1877. He was killed while on special police duty in Bartlesville. Oct. 16, 1903 in Washington County, OK and is buried in White Rose. Sarah Elizabeth was born Dec. 26, 1859 in Pulaski County, Kentucky and died in 1890, Bartlesville, Washington Co., Oklahoma. She was the mother of nine children, daughters, Virgie Hicks (Hymer) (Aug. 14, 1887 - Apr. 21, 1946), Roda S. (ABT 1879), Ethel Flora (Feb. 4, 1889 - Mar. 2, 1987), Alice Malinda (Allie)(b: 1881 Pulaski Co., KY), twins, Dicie Ann and Dicie Jane, and Mary, sons Morty and William Bailey Hicks (June 22, 1885 - Dec. 28, 1967). 
 
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 Spouse:
  Isaac Lincoln Hicks (1854 - 1903)*
 
 Children:
  Virgie Hicks Cobb (1886 - 1946)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Sandstone with Mother Hicks
 
Note: Grandmother to Baby Hymer who is buried next to her.
 
Burial:
Jesse Creek Cemetery
Bartlesville
Washington County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: 5
 
Created by: OkiePat
Record added: Aug 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40156489
Sarah Elizabeth <i>Denny</i> Hicks
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Sarah Elizabeth <i>Denny</i> Hicks
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Sarah Elizabeth <i>Denny</i> Hicks
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Added by: Richard Moberly
 
 
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The Tyners had recorded her as "Mother Hicks" at pg. 108 of that volume containing Jesse Creek Cemetery. Her real name must not have been know to them. (Our People and Where They Rest, American Indian Institute, circa 1970)
- Wes T.
 Added: Feb. 10, 2014

- OkiePat
 Added: Aug. 1, 2009
 
 
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