Notable events on this day, 20th April, in years gone by:

Sunday 20th April 1902
Mary Ann Hickmore, the 79-year-old widow of general labourer Absolom Hickmore, died at the Union Workhouse in Leyton, Essex, England, suffering from a gangrenous foot.

Thursday 20th April 1950
68-year-old farmer Walter Hickmore died from insanity at Stanthorpe General Hospital in Queensland, Australia. He was the son of ironmonger James Hickmore and Grace Hickmore née Thomas, and the husband of Margaret Alexander Hickmore née Munro, whom he had married in Wellington, New Zealand.

Wednesday 20th April 2011
The Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011 received the Royal Assent. This Act changed the management of public records in Scotland.

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