John H. Hickok
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Born: 27 November 1792, Wilton, Connecticut
Died: 14 January 1841, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Biography John Hoyt Hickok was a teacher, publisher, and music compiler, arranger, and composer. In 1814 he married Mary Lockwood in Wilton. He moved to Lewistown, Pennsylvania, in 1823.
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- Hickok, J. H. 1832. The Sacred Harp. Lewistown, Pennsylvania: Shugert and Cummings. 144 pp.
- Hickok, J. H. and George Fleming. 1834. Evangelical Musick: Or, The Sacred Minstrel and Sacred harp United. 21 editions 1834–1847.
- Hickok, J. H. 1840. The Social Lyrist: a Collection of Sentimental, Patriotic, and Pious Songs. 5 editions 1840–1847.
- Egle, William H. 1883. History of the counties of Dauphin and Lebanon: In the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Everts and Peck. 1,036 pp.
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