Looking for the father of James Harrison Dixon (b TN 1832)Married Martha Elizabeth Jane Needham.Their son was Fred Dixon. Fred's son was Warner B Dixon (b IL 1908) I am the daughter of Warner Dixon (b AZ 1946)
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Dr. William DICKSON, Sr. of Davidson Co. (for whom Dickson County is said to be named) has long been reported (Nesbitt and others) to be the son of Col William DICKSON of Duplin Co. NC.Recent deed discoveries suggest that he was actually the son of James DICKSON of Duplin Co. NC. And the title “Father of a County” (as designated by Mr. Nesbitt) may be more deserved by that James DICKSON rather than his brother, Joseph DICKSON whose will is the first one recorded in Dickson Co.
Looking for kin to Andrew (Drewry) Sinks married to Delilah (Liley) Hickerson in Dickson area 1820s or so.
I am looking for the father and mother of John H. Edwards, who married Marjah Annah Pentecost in Dickson on 26 Oct. 1846. Thank you. vle1...@hotmail.com Vicki
I was wondering if anyone knew of any cemeteries in the White Bluff area. My ancestors died in 1882 and 1884 respectively (Eli B. & Abigail Hull).
I'm looking for the parens of Edward L.Buchannan (Buckhannan) born between 1816 and 1820.
Recent discoveries have led me to the belief that there were probably 4 (maybe 5) Hugh DICKONS living in Dickson County prior to 1820. Two were adults and the descendents have been placed incorrectly. This has resulted in much confusion and I would welcom help in sorting them all out. o?ne thing is for sure…the Hugh DICKSON who bought land from David WILSON in 1803 and from whom many Dickson Co. residents descend is NOT the son of Joseph DICKSON
The information o?n the descendents of Hugh DICKSON, son of Joseph DICKSON, is not correct as shown o?n this Website and most other places including Nesbitt’s “The Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley”. There were two Hugh DICKSON. Go to “surnames” o?n this site and look for my comment under “Hugh DICKSON“.