|Native name||Joseph Hick|
|Died||28th February 1860
|Cause of death||death_cause|
|Board member of||boards|
Joseph Hick was a confectioner and businessman in the city of York.
1822 – Joseph Set up in business as a confectioner at 48 Coney Street.1
Some directories list Joseph Hick as a confectioner at 48 Coney Street, and others list him at 47. Charles B. Knight suggests this is likely because property numbering was newly introduced and inconsistent initially.
1829 – youngest of Hick’s three children is born; daughter Mary Ann.
Hick’s business listed in the following directories of York:
- Pigot’s, 1829 (Confectioner at 48 Coney Street)
- Pigot’s, 1834
- White’s, 1838
- White’s, 1840
- William’s, 1843 (Confectioner, Wholesale and Retail)
- White’s, 1846
- White’s, 1851 (Confectioner and Tea Dealer)
“Under his Will, his estate was equally divided between his three children- a son and two daughters – of whom Mary Ann was the youngest.”2