- Early 1800s bare-knuckle boxer
- Nicknamed "The Gasman"
- More information on him can be found in the An Illustrated History of Boxing, p. 30
Gas (T. Hickman), born at Dudley, Worcestershire, January 28, 1785, wt. 11st. 11lb.,
b. P. Crawley, £50, 14½m., 13r., Moulsey Hurst, March 28, 1820;
b. G. Cooper, 100gs., 3m., 2r.. Harpenden Common, April 11, 1821;
b. Oliver, £100, 12½m., 9r., Blindlow Heath, Surrey, June 12, 1821;
bn. by Neat.
Killed with Mr. Rowe returning from J. Hudson’s and T. Shelton’s fight, December 10, 1822.
Previous to entering the London ring, “Gas” fought and conquered many others—Sadgley, Miller, Hollis, Walker, Doughty, Hollix, Thomas, and Andrews.
Source: Famous Fights-Past and Present - No. 058