About Daniel Hickox
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD NEW HAVEN COUNTY, CONNECTICUT, CONTAINING Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, AND OF Many of the Early Settled Families. ILLUSTRATBD. CHICAGO: J. H. Beers & Co. 1902.
(VI) Daniel Hickox, son of Joseph (3), baptized July 10, 1768, married Jerusha Camp, and Joy. Charles, Leander, Sophronia and Charlotte, among their children were: Henry, Daniel, Reuben, Daniel Hickox was a farmer of Durham. Capt. Daniel Hickock was in command of a company of Connecticut Militia, Horse Travel, 6th regiment, under Col. Nehemiah Beardsley, that went on an expedition to Fairfield and Danbury July 9. 1779, and his name is on the pay-roll for services in the main army at, or near, Peekskill. A James and Dr. Nathaniel Hickock were members of Capt. Samuel Camp's Company, Horse Travel, Col. Cook's regiment, called for the relief of New Haven and Fairfield July 5 and 8, 1779. Silas Hicok's name appears on the pay roll of Capt. Bull's Company of Light Horse, under Maj. Sheldon, when it was ordered to New York in July, 1776.