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Voter lists 1919 Wellington North Wilfred howard, Barrett's Hotel, Lambton Quay, Commercial Traveller 1919 Wellington North Adelaide elizabeth cameron Simson, 8 Davis Street, spinster 1920 Adelaide elizabeth cameron Simson married 21st December 1920 to Wilfred howard 1928 Oroua, Manawatu Wanganui Adelaide elizabeth cameron Hickson, Utuwai, married 1928 Pahiatua, Manawatu wanganui Wilfred howard Hickson, 37 Gordon Street, Dannavirke, Agent 1930 Wilfred died 27 April 1930 1935 Wellington North, Wellington Adelaide elizabeth cameron Hickson, 171 The Terrace, widow 1949 Wanganui, Manawata-Wanganui Adelaide elizabeth camaron Johnstone, Red Lion Inn, married William gordon Johnstone, Red Lion Inn, Hotel Proprietor 1954 Wanganui, Manawata-Wanganui Adelaide elizabeth camaron Johnstone, Red Lion Inn, married William gordon Johnstone, Red Lion Inn, Hotel Proprietor 1959 William gordon Johnstone died aged 61 1963 Wanganui, Manawata-Wanganui Adelaide elizabeth camaron Johnstone, 14 Allison Street, Widow 1969 Wanganui, Manawata-Wanganui Adelaide elizabeth camaron Johnstone, 14 Allison Street, Widow 1978 Wanganui, Manawata-Wanganui Adelaide elizabeth camaron Johnstone, 14 Hipango Terrace, retired
|Auckland Star, 26th April 1930|
|FELL THROUGH GLASS.
LOSS OF BLOOD AND SHOCK.
death of club manager. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. Fatal injuries were received by Wilfred Howard Hickson, married, manager of the Zealandia Club, When he fell through a glass partition on Thursday afternoon. He lost an enormous amount of blood, and sustained great shock from extremely severe lacerated wounds on the left leg.
He died in a Thorndon private hospital.
|Sydney Morning Herald, 28th April 1930|
CLUB MANAGER'S DEATH.
FELL THROUGH GLASS PANEL.
WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Sunday.
Mr. Wilfred Howard Hickson, manager of the Zealandia Club, Wellington, was the victim of an unusual fatal accident yesterday. Mr. Hickson arrived at the club's premises, and found that he had forgotten the keys. He proceeded to climb over a partition in order to reach his office. Before jumping down on the other side, Mr. Hickson rested his foot on the lock of a door, but his foot slipped and his leg went through a glass panel. Mr. Hickson, who is a big man, fell heavily, and his leg was so badly cut that he died subsequently from loss of blood.
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