Hickman

Hickman or Hickmann may refer to:

People with the surname Hickman or Hickmann
Places
  • Hickman County, Kentucky
  • Hickman County, Tennessee
  • Hickman, California
  • Hickman, Delaware
  • Hickman, Kentucky
  • Hickman, Maryland
  • Hickman, Nebraska
  • David H. Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri
Court cases
  • Hickman v. Taylor
  • Mackeigan v. Hickman
Chemistry Glassware
  • "Hickman distillation head"
Medicine
  • Hickman line, an intravenous catheter
Ships
  • USS Hickman (ID-3554), a United States Navy cargo ship in commission from 1918 to 1919
  • USS Hickman County (LST-825), named USS LST-825 until 1955, a United States Navy tank landing ship in commissiom from 1944 to 1946, from 1950 to 1955, and from 1963 to 1969

Other articles related to "hickman":

Charles Hickman
... Charles Hickman (1648 – 18 November 1713), an Anglican divine in the Church of Ireland, was Bishop of Derry from 1703 to 1713 ... Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1700- 1703, Hickman was elevated to the episcopy as Bishop of Derry on 11 June 1703, a position he held to his death ...
Leo Hickman
... Leo Hickman is a journalist with The Guardian ... Hickman grew up in Cornwall about 400 yards away from what was to become the Eden Project ... Hickman wrote for the Ethical Living section of Guardian Unlimited offering advice on readers' ethical concerns, and wrote two books on the theme, Life Stripped Bare My Year Trying To ...
Mists Of Krynn - About The DL Module Series - Early History
... The Dragonlance game project began with an idea by Tracy and Laura Hickman of a world dominated by dragons ... The original group included Tracey Hickman, Harold Johnson, Larry Elmore, Carl Smith and Jeff Grubb ... Bruce Nesmith, Mike Breanlt, Roger Moore, Laura Hickman, Linda Bakk, Michael Dobson and Garry Spiegle ...
Sir Alfred Hickman, 1st Baronet
... Sir Alfred Hickman, 1st Baronet (3 July 1830 – 11 March 1910) was an industrialist and Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1885 and 1906 ... Hickman was the son of George Rushbury Hickman of Tipton, Staffordshire and his wife Mary Haden ... Hickman was educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham ...