"Ulick" was the possible first name of a man committed to the Stockton State Hospital in 1860. He died in 1897.
An unknown man, aged around 25, was committed to the Stockton State Hospital on December 28, 1860. The man did not speak, and therefore nothing is known about him other than his first name may have been Ulick and he was likely from Germany.
He died from a gastrointestinal illness on July 25, 1897, after living in the hospital for nearly 37 years. He was buried in the hospital's cemetery and his body may have eventually been cremated like most of the other patients.