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DIXSON, Henry*

 

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UNKNOWN, Rose*

DIXSON, Henry*

  • Marriage: UNKNOWN, Rose*
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Story. Immigration of Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania says of Henry and Rose Dixon,"This, no doubt, is the same family that came over to New Castle County prior to 1690. Henry Dixon, it is said, kept an inn at New Castle and had three children: 1. William was married about 1690 to Ann Gregg, daughter of William Gregg, who it is believed, also came from the north of Ireland. William was a weaver by trade and settled on Red Clay Creek, in Christiana Hundred' (now Delaware). . 2. Dinah married Michael Harlan, January 1690, at Newark Meeting. . .3. Rose married' 1690, Thomas Pierson, widower, Deputy Surveyor of New Castle County. (posted at http://heritagepursuit.com/Dixon.htm, citing "Our German, Pilgrim, and Quaker Ancestors", by Mary Belle Lontz, 608 Broadway, Milton, Pennsylvania, October, 1968)

2. Appearance in Document, 4 Mar 1683, Lurgan Mtg, Shankill Parish, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. The Marriage Book of Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, states: "William Dixon and Isabelle Rea, both of Parish of Segoe, County Armagh, Ireland, were married at the house of Roger Webb, Parish of Segoe, 3 mot 4, 1683. Among those who signed the marriage certificate were Henry Dixon, Rose Dixon, Thomas Harlan, and Isabelle Logan." (posted at http://heritagepursuit.com/Dixon.htm, citing "Our German, Pilgrim, and Quaker Ancestors", by Mary Belle Lontz, 608 Broadway, Milton, Pennsylvania, October, 1968)


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Henry* married Rose* UNKNOWN.




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