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     Though Hickman had been raised in a moral family, he had not, up to his twenty-fifth year, heard a gospel sermon. He had frequently heard of the Baptists, or "dippers," as they were usually called, and imbibing the prejudice of his times, resolved never to go where they were. - Samuel H. Ford)

William Hickman

Autobiography of William Hickman

William Hickman
Kentucky Frontier Preacher
A History of the Kentucky Baptists
J. H. Spencer, 1886

William Hickman
A Kentucky Frontier Preacher
The Christian Repository
By Samuel H. Ford

Elder William Hickman, Sen'r
Early Baptist Emancipationist
By Carter Tarrant, 1808

Christ made the difference in the life of William Hickman
By Ben Stratton

The William Hickman House
Fayette County, Kentucky

The Grave Marker of William Hickman
Frankfort (KY) Cemetery

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