Mary Hichens

Born
Died
aged 53
Parents
William Hichens
Margaret Jope
Pedigree
Pedigree of Hichens
Dedicatee
St Ives, St Ia the Virgin
  1. Tower west, , three lights, Peter raises Dorcas from the dead:
    4. Offertory Sentences on looking after the poor and sick from the service of Holy Communion
    3a. Tabitha (Dorcas) gives clothes to the poor 3b. Tabitha (Dorcas) on her deathbed 3c. Two messengers ask Peter to come to Joppa
    2a. Peter sends away the weeping women 2b. Tabitha (Dorcas) is raised from the dead by Peter’s prayer 2c. Peter presents Tabitha (Dorcas) alive
    1. Offertory Sentences on looking after the poor and sick from the service of Holy Communion
Notes
  1. Baptism at Illogan, Cornwall OPC Baptisms. Surname given as Hitchens/Hitchins or Hitchens
  2. Death, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 2.
  3. Burial at St Ives, Cornwall OPC Burials. Dates of burial given as and in the two records.
  4. J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol II p 257. William Lake, Truro, .
  5. Crisp, Frederick Arthur, ed. Visitation of England and Wales, vol XXI p 20. Privately printed, . Gives dates of birth, baptism, and death.
  6. Pedigree of Hichens family of St Ives Gore, David. A Cornish Inheritance: The Harveys of Chacewater, p 53 , The Red House, Lower Basildon, Berkshire. Includes Mary Hichens’ brothers, but not her or her sister Elizabeth.