Sir Henry Hicks Hocking (16 July 1842 - 9 June 1907) was a British colonial administrator.
He lived with his parents Richard and Elizabeth Hocking in Manor Terrace opposite Thrale Hall in Mitcham Lane (Census 1861)
Educated at Hambley House, Streatham (1851 Census) and St John's College, Oxford, where he graduated BA in 1864 and BCL in 1867. He entered the Inner Temple to study law and was called to the bar in 1867.
After some years in practice in England Hocking went out to Western Australia where he served as Attorney-General of Western Australia from 1872 to 1879, excepting a period in 1874/5 when he was acting Chief Justice in the absence of Archibald Burt. In 1879/80 he was acting Chief Justice of Gibraltar
From 1881 to 1896 he was Attorney General of Jamaica. He was knighted in 1895
The Image shows the location of the house in Manor Terrace