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Hickory Funeral Homes

  • US-NC-Hickory Union Square


    Hickory is also known as: Catawba County / Hickory city.

    Hickory contains: Lenoir-Rhyne College.

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  • Rick Barnes (basketball coach and  coach) was born in Hickory.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Rick Barnes (basketball coach and coach), Shane Huffman (race car driver), Chris Hughes (programmer and businessperson), Ryan Succop (american football player), Madison Bumgarner (baseball player), Jon Reep (comedian and actor), and Bobby Lutz (basketball coach and coach).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Hickory Daily Record.

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    The city's 2010 estimated population is 40,010. In the 1850s, under a huge Hickory Tree, Henry Robinson built a tavern of logs. The city of "Hickory Tavern" was established in 1863 and the name was eventually changed to "Hickory" in 1873. The first train operated in the city of "Hickory Tavern" in 1859. The first lot was sold to Henry Link for $45. 00 in 1858. His house is now known as "The 1859 Cafe. " The community of Hickory was the first for many things in North Carolina including the council-manager form of government it adopted in 1913. Hickory was also one of the first towns to install electric lights in 1888 and a complete sewage system in 1904. In 1868, Dr. Jeremiah Ingold, pastor of the German Reformed Grace Charge, established Hickory's first school, the Free Academy. In 1891, Lenoir-Rhyne University (then Highland Academy) was founded by four Lutheran pastors...

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    There are currently 8 funeral home listings for the city of Hickory, North Carolina.

All Funeral Homes in Hickory

Advanced Planning
102 1st Ave Ne Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28601

Allen Mitchell Funeral Homes
334 1st St Sw Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28602


Bass-Smith Funeral Home
334 2nd St Nw Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28601


Catawba Memorial Park
3010 Us Highway 70 Sw Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28637


Dirk M Thompson Mortuary Incorporated
147 5th Street Ct Se Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28602


Gardens of Memory LLC
350 3rd Ave Nw Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28601


Hickory Funeral Home
102 1st Ave Ne Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28601


Woodlawn Memorial Gardens
3120 Falling Creek Rd Send flowers
Hickory, NC 28603