Joseph Dickson

by admin on October 17th, 2003

Joseph Dickson was born in Duplin County, NC, near the town of Kenansville around the year 1744. He served in the Militia from the District of Wilmington during the Revolutionary War.

In 1800, Joseph Dickson, his wife Jane Moulton, eight grown sons, and the families of those sons moved to Dickson County, where they settled o­n Yellow Creek.



Children of Joseph Dickson and Jane Moulton

  1. Anna Dickson, b. 7/23/1775, d. 11/4/1837
  2. Michael Dickson, b. 10/6/1777, d. 12/23/1859
  3. Hugh Dickson, b. c. 1781
  4. David Dickson, b. c.1785
  5. Moulton Dickson, b. c. 1783, d. 11/4/1835
  6. Joseph Dickson Jr., b. c. 1785, d. Pontotoc county,MS
  7. Abner Dickson, b. c 1789
  8. Robert Dickson, b. 1791, d. 1/2/1837
  9. William Dickson, b. c. 1793

Reference:
The Primal Families of Yellow Creek Valley by William J. Nesbitt, c. 1985

Joseph Dickson Overview:

Joseph Dickson

  1. Anna Dickson, b. 7/23/1775, d. 11/4/1837
  2. Michael Dickson, b. 10/6/1777, d. 12/23/1859
  3. Hugh Dickson, b. c. 1781
  4. David Dickson, b. c.1785
  5. Moulton Dickson, b. c. 1783, d. 11/4/1835
  6. Joseph Dickson Jr., b. c. 1785, d. Pontotoc county,MS
  7. Abner Dickson, b. c 1789
  8. Robert Dickson, b. 1791, d. 1/2/1837
  9. William Dickson, b. c. 1793
    1. David Marshall Dickson
    2. Thomas Dickson
    3. William Metulus Dickson
    4. John Dickson
    5. Florence Dickson
    6. James Dickson

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