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Heycock name

Posted: 17 Aug 2002 3:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Sep 2002 2:22PM GMT
Hi,

I'm interested to see the postings re: Charles Hensman Heycock. A relative, was transported to Australia in 1842, and while his name has been spelt in varying ways in the records, the family name in this country is now universally spelt "Heycox". I'm not sure what the original spelling of his name was - it varied from Hickocks to Heycox depending on the whim of the official at the time. Any chance that our Charles Heycox may have been related to this Charles Heycock? Warmest regards, Lynne

Re: Heycock name

Posted: 23 Jan 2003 4:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Feb 2003 3:48AM GMT
Have you e-mailed a David Heycock? He and family migrated to Australia from London. His e-mail is davidheycock@hotmail.com

Re: Heycock name

Lynne Hadley (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jan 2003 12:38AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Rees,

No, I haven't emailed David, but shall give it a try. Thank you! Warmest regards, Lynne

Re: Heycock name

Posted: 12 Nov 2007 11:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
I am not related, but have an interest in the combination of names Hensman and Heycock. Five siblings came to Australia in the kat 1800's and all died unmarried.
Any interest? Shirley (australia)

Re: Heycock name

Posted: 22 Apr 2009 3:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Lyne Don't know if i have emailed you before but i have Charles Hickox .He came out to Australia as a convict in 1834 on the Hooghley.He married Ann Dunn in the Shoalhaven districtNSW.There are many Heycox family members still in the Shoalhaven district.Hope to hear from you Regards Margaret Magnusson
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