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The Dixon/dickson Families And Their Ancestry

Betty Green

The Dixon/dickson Families And Their Ancestry

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Published by Southern Historical Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Genealogy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages1400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11301483M
    ISBN 100893088366
    ISBN 109780893088361
    OCLC/WorldCa150342889


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The Dixon/dickson Families And Their Ancestry by Betty Green Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Dixon/Dickson families and their ancestry: (including: Dixson, Dixxson, Dixcon, Dison and other facsimilie):Hunslet, England to America. Dixon/Dickson Families and their Ancestry. by Betty Green. One must admire anyone who fulfills her ambitions in such a handsome set of volumes as these.

The family documented in these volumes traces to the Moravian immigrant William Dixon of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and wife Christina Orchard who were sent to Bethabara in North Carolina in Betty would like to correspond with anyone interested in this family.

She has written a two-volume book, with validation and more than pictures, detailing all lines of this Dixon/Dickson family.

"Dixon/ Dickson Families and their Ancestry Hunslet, England to America." Included is description of the Moravian origin of William Dixon. Full Description: "Over women from around the world responded to a survey asking if they had been hurt by women in the church.

Using a light-hearted shoe analogy, their emotional testimonies were placed into 9 different soles: Stella Stiletto - power shoe - leader Penny Loafer - soft sole - introvert Betty Boot - work boot - the church work-horse Sally Sprinter - running. The Dixson family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Dixson families were found in the USA in In there were 18 Dixson families living in New Brunswick.

This was about 28% of all the recorded Dixson's in Canada. New Brunswick had the highest population of Dixson families in From. Go to this site for more information about Dixon. Origins of the name D I X O N / D I C K S O N its clan and tartan associations The Dickson/Dixon (and other derivates) family name was first found in Scotland.

Early records show Thomas Dicson, a follower of the Douglas clan, at the capture of Castle Douglas in Although the name was Scottish in it's origin, with the.

However, since they share the surname and do at least appear upon one another's match lists, I have grouped them here. Participant I-2/J /Surname The Dixon/dickson Families And Their Ancestry book USA / EKA: Henry Dixon (Dickson) b. 3/22/ NC m. The Dixon/Dickson Families and their Ancestry; Vol #1: Green, Betty The Dixon/Dickson Families and their Ancestry; Vol #2: Green, Betty The Doty - Doten Family in America Doty, Ethan Allen The Durie Family: Durie, Howard I.

The Eighteenth Century Snell Family of the Mohawk Valley: Martin, David Kendall The Soundex System was developed in an effort to assist with identifying spelling variations for a given surname. Soundex is a method of indexing names in the,and US Census, and can aid genealogists in their research.

The Soundex Code for DICKSON is D There are other surnames sharing this Code. If The Name Thesaurus doesn’t. "The result of all this work was "The Dixon/Dickson Families and Their Ancestry," published last year by Southern Historical Press in Greenville.

A copy of the two volumes has been donated to the Cherokee County Public Library." Is there anyone near Cherokee County, SC that could look up the Lovelace's in this book and report back to the list?. The Bowen family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Bowen families were found in the USA in In there were Bowen families living in New York.

This was about 16% of all the recorded Bowen's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Bowen families in The book mentions 26 Sheltons were Lord of the Manor in England before when James Shelton came to VA with Lord Deleware.

There is also an Honor Roll, a list of names of cousins who served in wars, from the American Revolution to Korea. Also referenced is a book by H. Woodson, “Woodsons and Their Connections”. Dickson has been spelled Dixon, Dickson, Dixoun, Dikson, Dyxson, Dyckson, The Dixon/dickson Families And Their Ancestry book, Dicson and many more.

Early Notables of the Dickson family (pre ) Notable amongst the Clan at this time was David Dickson or Dick (), Scottish theologian, born in Glasgow. He "was the only son of John Dick or Dickson, a wealthy merchant in the. Genealogy v. Genetics All Things Cherokee has helped thousands of families with their Cherokee genealogy research.

We offer tons of free information as well as genealogy services to help you find answers to your genealogy questions. I have a great-great-great-great-great-grandmother who was on the Cherokee Roll: Lucy Briant, No.

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Spelling variations of the name Dixon include Dixon, Dickson, Dixoun, Dikson, Dyxson, Dyckson, Dicksoun, Dicson and many more. Early Notables of the Dixon family (pre ) Notable amongst the Clan at this time was David Dickson or Dick (), Scottish theologian, born in Glasgow.

He "was the only son of John Dick or Dickson, a wealthy. Dixon Dickson was born circaat birth place, Ohio, to Nathan Dickson and Hester Dickson.

Dixon had 6 siblings: John Dickson, Emeline Dickson and 4 other siblings. Dixon lived on month dayat address, Ohio. Males named Dixon may do a Y-DNA test. ** If you are female or a male researcher whose surname is not Dixon, you may find a male Dixon relative willing to do a Y-DNA on behalf of your family line.

Anyone with a direct ancestor named Dixon can do an autosomal test (Family Finder.) Mitochondrial DNA tests are not very helpful for a surname project. Jean was the daughter of John and Prudence Dixon/Dickson.

InJohn and Prudence deeded Adam and Jean acres of land as a “deed of gift.” In consideration of “natural love and affection” and a token payment of 15 Pounds.

Jean Dixon/Dickson had a sister named Grizzel. She named her second daughter, Grizzel/Grissel. John Dixon John Dixon in West Virginia Death Index & Certificates, John Dixon was born circato Joseph Dixon and OcTavia Burdette.

John passed away on month dayat age 64 at death place. Genealogy profile for Robert Dickson, Sr. GEDCOM Note {geni:about_me} ===ROBERT DIXON=== Robert Dixon, youngest son of Rev David Dixon was born at Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland about He identified himself early with the Presbyterians, and when his father was cast out of the University of Edinburgh, cast his lot with the Covenanters.

If you do a google search you can find a few things -- there is some information on an Ancestry post that I found on a Google search. There is an authoritative book, *Irish Families, Their Names, Arms and Origins,* by Edward MacLysaght, D.

Litt., M.R.I.A., Chairman of the Irish Manuscripts Commission, formerly Chief Herald of Ireland, You can see how Bowen families moved over time by selecting different census years.

The Bowen family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Bowen families were found in the USA in In there were Bowen families living in Ontario.

This was about 50% of all the recorded Bowen's in Canada. Their marriage date is based on the fact that William Phipps owned a ship named the Patience which was built in It is unknown at this time whether the ship was built for him at that time, or whether he purchased the ship and renamed it Patience, but by he was the owner of a schooner named Patience and therefore was more than likely.

Looking for info on Dixon (Dickson) family of White Sulphur Springs, WV. Brenda Thompson 7/01/ Dixon, John H Parents Herbert Dixon 7/03/ Book by Steven K Dixon.

Chris Stallard 5/23/ Re: Book by Steven K Dixon. Donna Walker 6/09/ Re: Book by Steven K Dixon. Chris Stallard 6/10/ Sheperman Dixon. The Dicksons as a border clan were described in B.

Homer Dickson’s book A Shorter History of Clan Dickson. John Dickson of Glasgow claimed descent from the Buhtrig Dicksons and was the father of the Rev. David Dickson, the Moderator of the Scottish Assembly when it was broken up by Cromwell in Home > USA > Surnames > D Families > Dix Families > Dixon Family: Surname Genealogy, Family History, Family Tree, Family Crest > NC Please, add your favorite Website(s) to this page.

USE LINKPENDIUM'S FAMILY DISCOVERER TO. name Dixon/Dickson is a patronymic name, meaning "Dick's son" or "son of Dick". Although the name was Scottish in it's origin, with the spelling of Dicson or Dickson (the most common usage in Scotland today), being a Borders counties name it also spread to the north and midlands of England to become a popular family name with the spelling of Dixon.

Research Dixson in the Surnames forums onthe new GenForum. Mary DIXON was born on 4 April in Pitt County, North Carolina and died sometime beforeas she was not listed as a recipient of her father's Revolutionary War pension. Elizabeth L.

DIXON was born on 26 May in Pitt County, North Carolina and died sometime after She married Reubin DIAMOND about in Pitt County, North.

Samuel Dixon (abt -?) son of Henry Dixon (caca) & Ruth Jones: Mary married Samuel DIXON son of Henry DIXON and Ruth JONES on 1 Aug in Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, New Castle co,DE. Samuel was born about in New Castle, DE.

Those families preceeded with a "*" are Submit a Family listings. Those preceeded by a "#" are available as a zipped file only, due to their size.

They may be downloaded by clicking on the link. Those preceeded with "^" are hosted off the Island Register site. Offsite lineages will open in a separate browser screen - to return from them, close. Descendants of Henry DIXON (DICKSON) Fifth Generation.

Simon RUBOTTOM (Phebe DIXON, George DIXON, William DIXON, Henry) was born on 13 Apr in Orange Co, Nc. He died on 22 Jul in Bloomingdale, Parke, In. Death: 22 JUL in Bloomingdale, Parke County, IN 2 3 4 Burial: AFT 27 JUL Bloomfield Cemetery, Greene Co, Indiana. Cognomi: Dixon Dickson Thomason Pope I noticed your post mentioning a book on the Dixon family.

My ggg-grandfather was Jasper Enoch Dickson (the name is often spelled either way), and I have several xeroxed pages from a book on the Dixons/Dicksons about Jasper, but have never been able to locate the book, or even the title of it.

Surname lists, researchers' notes, credits, photos and contact information will only be a click or two away from their home page links on the above pages. Site owners would like to hear from you so that you both may benefit from shared information. OF GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE. THIS HISTORY IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF MR.

ELMER COX () Eliakim Cox, born c. was the son of Matthew Cox (), a Revolutionary War soldier who is buried in Kidwell Cemetery. Nancy Long was born in Virginia aboutthe daughter of Nicholas Long.

I am looking for any information on the Dixon (Dickson) family. William L. Dixon was the co-founder of the first Black Orphanage in Gilmer, Texas. W.L. Dickson was also an associate of Mr. R.C. Buckner founder of Buckner Childrens Home, Dallas, Texas. Their most prominent child was Henry Allen Boyd, qv who managed almost all of his father's.

Birth* circa Ann Smith was born circa at Northampton Co, VA. 1: Marriage* 8 October She married Washburn Ashby, son of Ezekiel (of John) Ashby and Ann (), on 8 October at Northampton Co, Smith was security on the M.L.B.

of Washpon Ashly(sic) and Ann Smith, ward of George Smith. NO MARKER, Four fieldstones mark each corner of the graveyard. Died at Strand Millas, New Castle Co DE. Buried on the family plantation. Some reports show his birth as Ireland, however research indicates he was part of the clan driven from Scotland to Ireland after and came from the Greg-Gregor-McGregor line.

Burial: Gregg Plantation Burial Grounds, New Castle. Full text of "Bass families of the South; a collection of historical and genealogical source materials from public and private other formats. William Stapleton, his father, was a dresser of woolen goods and married Susan Tong.

Both were of English parentage and ancestry, and they had nine children. Simon is the sixth child, and when he was 14 years of age the father, mother and seven youngest children came to America.

The children whom they left behind had become the heads of families.Full text of "Homes of family names in Great Britain" See other formats.I don't know if Howkins was her maiden name, or if she had been married before, but probably her maiden name, they were my g g grandparents, they had at least five children, they are Andrew W b in Forsyth CO., GA, Jackson M b in Lumpkin CO., GA Elisebith b in Forsyth CP., GA Josephine b in Forsyth CO., GA & Zechariack (Babe) b in.