Etc. -- Roy Hickman wounded and missing 1917, presumed dead 1919
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A page 1 in the 15 Nov 1914 issue of the Simcoe Reformer included summary descriptions of those who went overseas from Norfolk in the second contingent. The following is extracted from that article.

Private R. Hickman, 20 years. Born in England. 
Came to Port Rowan last summer. Single.

The following is from a page 1 article in the 21 Feb 1918 issue of 
the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.


A 133rd man (photo), reported wounded and missing on November 7th, 1917. Son of Mrs. Fred H. Davis of Niagara Falls, formerly of Vittoria.

The following is from the Items of Interest column on page 16 of 
the 16 Jan 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Mrs. F. H. Davis of Niagara Falls has received official word from Ottawa that her son, Pte. Roy O. Hickman, 6th Canadian M. G. company, C.E.F., who was reported wounded and missing, 7 Nov 1917, is now presumed to have died on or since that date.
Pte. Hickkman [sic] was a former member of the 133rd Batt., and was for some time thought to be prisoner of war, but now exhaustive inquiries has failed to discover any trace of him.


Also see Roy's Attestation Paper: side 1 | side 2

Roy Oakley Hickman

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