bapt 14 Aug 1863.
Listed as shopkeeper, Mullinahone, at mar.
mar 3 June 1891 [Mullinahone RC church]
to Alice Tobin
[Alice Kate Tobin, born 1874, Co.Tipperary].
See mar cert
He was an ironmonger, of Callan St, Mullinahone.
Listed as "grocer" at son's birth 1893.
on "Chapel St" (Callan St), Mullinahone.
He is "merchant".
one shop assistant
and two servants living with them.
There is a deed, dated 7 Jan 1902,
Catherine Despard, widow, of Surrey,
to Nicholas Kickham,
1902, 7 89.
The deed refers to property in occupation of Nicholas Kickham
in Callan St, Mullinahone.
Alice and her children are listed
in 1911 census
at Chapel Street, Mullinahone.
She is "farmer and shopkeeper".
in 1911 census
, Kilvemnon par
S of Mullinahone).
He is "farmer and shopkeeper".
Nicholas and Alice had issue:
- Kathleen Kickham,
born 1892-93, Co.Tipperary.
She mar Jimmy Tobin [of Liverpool].
Lived in Mold in North Wales.
They had issue:
- Michael Tobin,
researching family tree.
- John Kickham,
John Francis Kickham, Jack,
born 3 Oct 1893, Mullinahone.
See birth cert.
by James Dwyer.
At home in 1911 census.
Tipperary player on Bloody Sunday:
He played Gaelic football for Tipperary.
He was on the Tipperary team on
at Croke Park on 21 Nov 1920,
when the RIC and Auxiliaries attacked the crowd
killing 14 people including his teammate
was auctioned for a huge sum in 2009
- Mary Madeline Kickham, born 1899, Co.Tipperary,
mar William Dwyer,
- Michael Joseph Dwyer, born 1929,
- James Dwyer.
to Nuala Duggan.
- Therese Marie Kickham,
born 16 Sept 1916, see birth cert,
- Marie Moloney.
DNA match with