Hancock

1984 DH1. Discovered 1984 Feb. 20 by V. M. Candy and M. P. Candy at Bickley.

Named in memory of Langley George ("Lang") Hancock (1909-1992), who started life as manager of the family sheep station and became a leading Australian mining prospector, entrepreneur and visionary. He prospected for and developed many minerals, but he will be forever famous for his discovery of the massive iron ore deposits in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Hancock had a profound influence on the development of Western Australia, establishing several newspapers and writing many books and other publications on mining and free enterprise. The family corporation is now chaired by daughter Georgina Rinehart, who prepared the citation. (M 22246)

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