Hiscock may refer to:

*Eileen Hiscock (born 1909), British athlete
*Frank Hiscock (1834-1914), American politician
*Frank H. Hiscock (1856-1946), American lawyer and judge
*Thomas Hiscock (1812–1855), English blacksmith and prospector
*Hiscock Site, archaeological dig site in Byron, New York, United States

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  • Hiscock Site — The Hiscock Site is an archaeological site in Byron, Western New York, United States that has yielded many mastodon and paleo Indian artifacts. It is currently in its 25th year of excavation. [http://www.sciencebuff.org/geology.php Geology] The… …   Wikipedia

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