Carrie (Rich) Hicks
detailsJunction City, Kansas Unknown po0252p.jpg PO-0252 B&W 1700-0252-0000 po0252p Photo Card Print <2x3 Historic Photographs January 12, 1870 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
Carrie J. (Rich) Hicks (b. 1850 - d.1913) was born on August 18, 1850 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. She married David Newton Hicks on July 4, 1870 in Junction City, Kansas. They had six children: Ella Jeannette Hicks, William Newton Hicks, Paulene Carrie Hicks, Harald E. Hicks, Alva Washington Hicks and Zina Van-Trott Hicks.
Carrie died on June 8, 1913. Burial at Highland Cemetery in Junction City, Kansas.
Handwriting on photo reads: Carrie Hicks nee Rich. Dated January 12, 1870
Sources: Familysearch.com; findagrave.com; US Census 1850, 1875, 1910.
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