Wrong George Hickey?

Last Updated 7/21/2013

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That's George Hickey's red 1953 Ford parked in front of Bedingfield's store on the left.
Most if not all the photos below where taken by Mr. George Hickey as a photo essay of the village homes just prior to hydro coming in and cut down all the trees in town. After decades of uncertainty and disbelief, the cutting of the all trees finally convinced everyone that the flooding of Aultsville was truly inevitable. "Once they cut down those centuries old majestic trees, the homes were about as appealing as an old woman with no clothes on", George. Coach and Team. Coach George S. Hickey Awards Night. L - R, Ann Edwards, Charles McConnell, Linda Edwards, Ronald Casselman. Plaques handmade by George Hickey (first time, last time). High School Hockey Team. Coach George Hickey The introduction of Table Tennis by teacher George Hickey (rear, grey suit and tie), an indoor activity for students during the winter months.

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- Last Post: George Sanford Hickey
Last Post: George Sanford Hickey Passed away peacefully in his sleep after a year long battle with Cancer, on Friday May 25, 2012 at St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital in Kingston. George, in his 90th year will be sadly missed by his beloved wife and best friend of 60 years Nancy (nee Grant). George was full of love and compassion for his family, friends and his many former students. After graduating from Queen's University, he enjoyed a tremendously successful teaching career that spanned 40 years. It began at the Aultsville Continuation School and then moved to Osnabruck District High School in Ingleside, Ontario where he remained until his retirement. George was known for his love of history and was a respected local historian. He had a special love for the Lost Villages Historical Society and Museum and was a member of the St. Lawrence Branch, UELAC.

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The person I knew in my youth that participated is George Hickey.
-Charter member George Hickey donated two old documents, he had framed, that had been found in an old trunk.

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