The Wickham (United States History) began in New York.
George Wickham (b. 1803?) (b. 1801) in New York City and married Julia Anna Schulster who was born in New Jersey 1809. George was a farmer and the family had a farm, boat dock and resort for vacationers on Echo Lake (used to be called Lake Macopin) in the West Milford Township, near Bloomingdale, N.J.
George and Julia had a son named William (b.1829) a son named George E. and a daughter named Elizabeth (b. 1830). William Wickham may have married a woman named Elizabeth (?). (William and Elizabeth apparently had a son named George Edward Wickham (b. 1849). George married Angeline Thompson. The Wickham and/or Thompson family owned the land where the Trinity Church is built in New York City.
George Edward and Julia had 9 other children in addition George: Charles, John F., Florence, Mary E., Grover E., Wilbur, Samuel Walter, Grace, and Mame.
George and Angeline had a son named Horace Russel Wickham. Horace settled at 18 Highland Avenue in Bloomingdale N.J. and married Sadie Marion Rhinesmith. (Sadie was prev married to a Rhinesmith - who died in a explosion in 1904 at the Dupont Chemical plant in Patterson, NJ). Sadie had one son with Rhinesmith - Wilbur. Sadie and Horace were also the parents of Harold Robert, Alice, Jeanette (Tintle), Bentley. Harold Robert Wickham married Jeane Nelson Fountain (McDaniel) from Taunton, Mass. Harold and Jeane had six children - Carole Anne, Robert Michael, Frederick Scott, Jacqueline Marie, Patricia Lynn, and Mary Elizabeth.
(This being relayed on this 4'th Day of May 2008, from a relatives writings, relatives genealogy records and from Microfilm records reviewed in the LDS Library on Oct. 1991 in Salt Lake City by Frederick Scott Wickham, son of Harold R. Wickham)