About Isaac Hicks
THOMAS HICKS was the first judge of NY and obtained a patent
for four thousand acres of land in Great Neck, Long Island and lived there in
English Manorial Style
His first wife was Mary WASHBURN, by whom he had two sons, Thomas and Jacob,
the latter who was the father of the famous Quaker preacher, Elias HICKS.
founder of that branch of the Soc. of Friends known to the day as "Hicksites"
Judge Hicks m. 2nd Mary DOUGHTY, by whom he had 10 children ~ six sons:
Isaac, William, Stephen, John Charles, Benjamin and four Dtrs: Phebe ,
Charity, Mary and Elizabeth. (A paragraph in the New York Post Boy of Jan.
26, 1749, in referring to the death of Judge Hicks, says: "he left behind
him of his own offspring above three hundred children, grandchildren,
great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren" He died in his 100th year.
Isaac Hicks, eldest son of the Judge, by his second marriage with Mary
DOUGHTY, was like his father prominent in public affairs. He was judge of
Queen Co., Long Island in the years 1730 - 1738 and a member of the colonial
assembly of NY 1716 to 1730.
He married Elizabeth MOORE and they had 11 children: nine sons: Charles,
Benjamin, Isaac, Gilbert, James, Thomas, Henry, John and Edward. and two
Dtr. Margaret and Mary.
Isaac Hicks's Timeline
Newtown, Long Island, Province of New York
Queens County, New York, United States
Hempstead, Queens, New York, USA