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Deceased
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Deceased
ALLEN, John*
(1694-1771)
COX, Amy*
(1698-1778)

ALLEN, Elizabeth*
(1728-1793)

 

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Spouses/Children:
DIXON, Simon*

ALLEN, Elizabeth* 1981

  • Born: 29 Feb 1728, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony 325,1744
  • Marriage: DIXON, Simon* on 8 Nov 1752 in New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony 324,373,1979
  • Died: 13 Oct 1793, North Carolina, United States 325
  • Buried: Cane Creek Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 325
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bullet  Birth Notes:

Elizabeth Allen, d/o John and Amy, b 2m-29-1728 (citing History of Chester County, p463).

Elizabeth Allen, d/o John and Amy, b 2m-29-1728 in PA, d 10m-13-1793, bur Cane Creek Cem.

bullet  Burial Notes:

Marker in Cane Creek cemetary says "In memory of Simon Dixon, born in Pennsylvania in 1728. Pioneer settler who bought these lands from the Lords Proprietors of NC 1751, built Dixon's Mill 1753, died April 1781, and of his wife Elizabeth Allen Dixon, born in Pennsylvania 1728, died 1793, both were charter members of Cane Creek meeting, organized 1751".

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

1. Appearance in Document, 18 Apr 1741, New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 301 Eliz Allen was present at the wedding of Alexander Mode and Rebecca Allen on 18-4m-1741.

2. Appearance in Document, 19 Mar 1743, New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 327 Eliz Allen is in attendance at wedding of Philip Ward and Emey Allen

3. Residence, 8 Nov 1752, London Grove Twp, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 324

4. Appearance in Document: Quaker Minutes, 27 Jan 1753, New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 1984 Simon DIxon and wife receive certificates from New Garden Meeting in PA to Cane Creek Mtg in NC.

"At Newgarden Monthly Meeting held ye 30th day of ye 12th mo 1752 ...Simon Dixon requests a certificate to Cane Creek Mo.ly Meeting in North Carolina therefore we appoint Thos Hutton and Jam. Miller to make Enuirey and if they find nothing to obstruct prepare one & bring it to next monthly meeting for approbation. ..."

"At Newgarden monthly meeting held ye 27th day of ye 1st mo 1753 ... The friends appointed to prepare Certificates for John Hutton & Wife, Simon Dixon & Wife have so done, which is approved of and signed."

5. Appearance in Document: Quaker Minutes, 2 Jun 1753, Cane Creek Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina Colony. 1076,1983 Simon Dixon and wife, Elizabeth, received on certificate from Newark Mtg, PA.

"At a monthly meeting of Cane Creek held the the 2nd of the 6th month 1753. ... Simon Dixon produced a certificate from the monthly meeting of Newark in Pennsylvania for himself and wife Elizabeth which was accepted."

6. Appearance in Document, 7 Dec 1769, London Grove Twp, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 316 The will of [father] John Allen mentions daughter Elizabeth Dixon.

7. Religion: Quaker.


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Elizabeth* married Simon* DIXON, son of Thomas* DIXON and Hannah* HADLEY, on 8 Nov 1752 in New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony 324,373.,1979 (Simon* DIXON was born on 12 Oct 1728 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony,325,1071 died in Apr 1781 in North Carolina, United States 1071 and was buried in Cane Creek Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 1071,1981.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:



1. Marriage Notice, 8 Nov 1752, New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 324,1979 Simon Dixon married Elisabeth Allen.

"Whereas Simon Dixon of Cane Creek mo.ly meeting in North Carolina (Son of Thomas Dixon Decd.) & Elizabeth Allen Daughter of Jn. Allen of Londongrove in ye County of Chester & Province of Pensylvania, having Declared their Intentions of Marriage with Each other before several mo.ly meetings of ye Peoples Called Quakers at Newgarden & Londongrove in ye County of Chester afforsd. (according to ye good order Hsed amongst them) & having consent of parents concern'd their sd. proposals of marriage was allowed by ye sd. meetings.
Now these are to Certifie whom it may Concern yt. for ye full accomplishing their intentions this Eighth day of ye Eleventh Mo in ye year of our Lord one Thousand Seven hundred & fifty two, they ye sd. Simon Dixon & Elizabeth Allen appeared in a Publick meeting of ye sd. People appointed for yt. Service at their meeting house in Newgarden aforsd., and ye sd. Simon Dixon taking ye sd. Elizabeth Allen by ye hand did in Solemn manner openly Declare yt. he took her ye sd. Elizath. to be his wife Promising with ye Lords assistance to be unto her a Loving & faithful Husband untill Death should separate them; & then & there in ye sd. assembly ye sd. Elizath. Allen did in like manner Declare that she took him ye sd. Simon Dixon to be her husband promising with ye Lords assistance to be unto him a Loving & faithfull wife until Death should separate them or words to ye same effect. ..."

2. Story, 8 Nov 1752, New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 325 Elizabeth Allen, d/o John and Amy, m 11m-8-1752 at New Garden MH, PA, to Simon Dixon, s/o Thomas Dixon and Hannah Hadley, children Thomas, John, Naomi, Jessie, Solomon, Simon, Benjamin, and Elizabeth.

3. Story, 8 Nov 1752, London Grove Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 1988 1752-11-8 Elizabeth Allen, dau of John of London Grove, m Simon Dixon, at London Grove (New Garden MM records).

4. Story. 1744 Elizabeth Allen, d/o John and Amy, m Simon Dixson (citing History of Chester County, p463).




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