Hicks, Margaret

Hicks, Margaret

(1858–1883)
The first woman to graduate from Cornell University in 1880 and the first woman architect to have her work published.
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Jenni Hicks, Margaret Aspinall, Sue Roberts, ECHO editor Alastair Machray, Sara Williams's children Finlay and Lena, Sara Williams, Danny Gordon (brother of the late Anne Williams) and Steve Kelly Picture: JASON ROBERTS
Yesterday afternoon, hugging bereaved parents like Trevor and Jenni Hicks, Margaret Aspinall and Barry Devonside, I realised it was the first time in 20 years we'd done so in joy.
Left to right: Jenni Hicks, Margaret Aspinall, Sue Roberts, ECHO editor Ali
GREAT FRIENDS: Andy Burnham with Margaret Aspinall, bottom left, Andy Burnham, then Sports Minister at the 20th anniversary service, bottom right, Jenni Hicks, Margaret Aspinall & Trevor Hicks at a press conference following the findings of the report
FINALLY: Trevor Hicks, Margaret Aspinall and Jenni Hicks of the Hillsborough Family Support Group speak to the media after the high court hearing Pictures: GAVIN TRAFFORD
This was welcome news for Trevor Hicks, Margaret Aspinall and Anne Williams and all Hillsborough colleagues and friends associated with this tragedy.
VINDICATED: Jenni Hicks, Margaret Aspinall and Trevor Hicks at the press conference in Liverpool Cathedral yesterday REMEMBRANCE: Sheila Coleman of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign with Steve Rotheram MP yesterday A WEIGHT LIFTED: Anne Williams on the steps of St George's Plateau with Lord Mayor Cllr Sharon Sullivan
Jenni Hicks, Margaret Aspinall and Pat Joynes, who attended the high-profile meeting in London, today spoke exclusively to the ECHO and explained how they were able to now break their silence after months of observing a Whitehall confidentiality agreement.