Section OF: Descendants of John Dixson

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. JOHN1 DIXSON was born between 1716 and 1737/8, and died in Jan. 1797[11] in Paris, Oneida Co., New York, United States[11]. He married in 1751[12], ANNA WILLIAMS, who died on 19 Aug. 1811[11].

From the 2 Aug. 1790 census, in New London Co., Connecticut, United States[2]:

Name: John Dixon
1 Free White male 16+ (John 52-75)
1 Free White female 0+ (?)

[2, 12, 11, 6]
Emigrated from Ireland at the age of eight years to Groton Connecticut.
He removed to the town of Paris, Oneida in 1793.[12]
He is NOT the John Dixson son of James Dixson and Janet of Voluntown, b. Lyme 25 June 1726 , d. 1752; that John is covered at http://interactive.ancestry.com/11795/dvm_GenMono001210-00239-0/432?backurl=http%3a%2f%2ftrees.ancestry.com%2ftree%2f13693691%2fperson%2f28039093597&ssrc=pt_t13693691_p28039093597_kpidz0q3d28039093597z0q26pgz0q3d32768z0q26pgplz0q3dpid&backlabel=ReturnToTree#?imageId=dvm_GenMono001210-00252-1
Children:
2i.HANNAH2 DIXSON, b. on 23 Feb. 1752[12]; m. _____ SHORT.
+3ii.ROBERT DIXSON, b. in 1753[6] in Groton, New London Co.[6]; d. in Dec. 1840[11]; m. on 15 Jan. 1782[36, 1, 37] in Voluntown, New London Co.[36, 1, 37] (AUG-8) SARAH WYLIE, b. in Voluntown[42] on 2 July 1756[42], d. in Nov. 1841[11], daughter of (AUG-2) John Jr. and (JA-10) Sarah (CAMPBELL).
4iii.BENONI DIXSON, b. on 14 Jan. 1756[12, 5].
5iv.ELIZABETH DIXSON, b. on 20 Jan. 1757[12, 5]; d. on 12 May 1805[49, 54]; m. on 10 July 1783[48] EBENEZER HOSKINS, b. in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts, United States[48] on 20 March 1753[48], d. in Lake Ridge, Tompkins Co., New York[48] on 12 Nov. 1819[48].
6v.SARAH DIXSON, b. on 5 Oct. 1759[12, 5].
+7vi.JOHN DIXSON, b. on 10 Feb. 1762[12, 5] in Connecticut[30]; d. on 24 Oct. 1850[5, 5] in Mendon, Monroe Co., New York[5, 5]; m. on 2 March 1789[5, 5, 5] in Stephentown, Rensselaer Co., New York[5, 5, 5] JANE BOARDMAN, b. in New York[30] on 6 Oct. 1765[5].
8vii.NANCY DIXSON, b. on 8 May 1764[12, 5] in Connecticut[29]; d. in Feb. 1850[29] in United States[29]; m. PEREZ FRINK, b. in Stonington, New London Co. on 3 Oct. 1765, d. on 29 July 1848.
9viii.WILLIAM DIXSON, b. on 5 June 1766[12, 5].
10ix.BRIDGET DIXSON, b. on 22 Dec. 1768[12, 5].
11x.JAMES DIXSON, b. on 8 May 1771[12, 5]; m. RACHEL LOBDELL.
12xi.AMOS DIXSON, b. on 26 Aug. 1776[12, 5].

Generation Two

3. ROBERT2 DIXSON (John1), son of (1) John1 and Anna (WILLIAMS) DIXSON, was born in 1753[6] in Groton[6], and died between 9 Dec. 1840 and 31 Dec. 1840[11]. He married in Voluntown[36, 1, 37], on 15 Jan. 1782[36, 1, 37], (AUG-8) SARAH WYLIE, daughter of (AUG-2) John Jr. and (JA-10) Sarah (CAMPBELL), who was born on 2 July 1756[42] in Voluntown[42], and died in Nov. 1841[11].

From the 2 Aug. 1790 census, in New London Co.[2]:

Name: Robert Dixon
1 Free White male 16+ (Robert 36-38)
2 Free White males 0-16 (Amos 7, John 5)
3 Free White females 0+ (Sarah 34, Sarah 3, Anna 1)

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Paris[3]:

Name: Robert Dixon
3 Free White males 0-10 (William 4, Thomas Wylie 2, Henry 2 mo.)
2 Free White males 10-16 (John 15, Capt. Robert 9)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Amos 17)
1 Free White male 45+ (Robert 46-48)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Charlotte 6)
2 Free White females 10-16 (Sarah 13, Anna 11)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Sarah 44)
1 Free White female 45+ (?)

From the 7 Aug. 1820 census, in Paris[28]:

Name: Robert Dickson
1 Free White male 0-10 (?)
1 Free White male 10-16 (?)
2 Free White males 16-26 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 45+ (Robert 66-68)
1 Free White female 10-16 (?)
1 Free White female 16-26 (?)
1 Free White female 45+ (Sarah 64)
Persons in Agriculture: 3

From the 1 June 1830 census, in United States[4]:

Name: Robert Dickson
1 Free White male 5-10 (?)
2 Free White males 10-15 (?, ?)
2 Free White males 30-40 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 70-80 (Robert 76-78)
1 Free White female 5-10 (?)
1 Free White female 20-30 (?)
1 Free White female 30-40 (?)
1 Free White female 70-80 (Sarah 73)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Paris[27]:

Name: Robert Dixson
1 Free White male 15-20 (?)
1 Free White male 80-90 (Robert 86-88)
1 Free White female 80-90 (Sarah 83)

[35, 41, 42, 2, 3, 12, 11, 5, 5, 5, 6, 27, 28, 4]
Robert was an aide on the staff of Gen. Washington.[34]
Children:
+13i.AMOS3 DIXSON, b. on 22 April 1783[12] in Connecticut[23, 21]; d. in March 1858[11].
14ii.JOHN DIXSON, b. on 14 May 1785[12] in Groton[35]; d. on 5 March 1858[11]; m. HATTIE WELLS.
15iii.SARAH DIXSON, b. on 9 Feb. 1787[12] in Groton[35]; d. on 10 Nov. 1857[11]; m. (1) _____ TRACY; m. (2) THOMAS MEACHAM.
16iv.ANNA DIXON, b. on 6 Feb. 1789[12] in Groton[45, 52]; d. in July 1876[11] in South Livonia, Livingston, New York[40]; m. on 7 Sept. 1809[52] in Paris[52] JOHN CALVIN COE, b. in Connecticut on 15 June 1787[52], d. on 11 June 1852[52].
+17v.CAPT. ROBERT DIXSON, b. on 1 April 1791[12] in Connecticut[16, 7]; d. on 8 Feb. 1881[12, 53]; m. on 21 Sept. 1813[53] RHODA WILKINSON, b. in Connecticut[16, 7] in 1792[44], d. on 12 Oct. 1879[12].
+18vi.CHARLOTTE DIXON, b. on 17 Nov. 1793[12] in Paris[35]; d. on 23 April 1826[11] in New York[39]; m. on 20 Jan. 1814 in Oneida Co.[39] (NK-17) JOHN SMITH DAVIS, b. in Elizabethtown, Union Co., New Jersey, United States[38] on 8 Feb. 1793[38], d. in Oakland Co., Michigan, United States[39] in 1822[39], son of (NK-16) Capt. Thomas and (ATT-23) Mary "Polly" (WOODRUFF).
19vii.WILLIAM DIXON, b. on 29 March 1796[12] in Paris[35]; d. on 10 Nov. 1830[11]; m. on 9 Oct. 1817[51] ANNA PRESCOTT, b. on 20 Feb. 1800[51], d. on 3 Feb. 1831[11, 51].
20viii.THOMAS WYLIE DIXON, b. on 28 March 1798[12] in Paris[35]; m. PAMELA PRIEST.
Biography at
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyoswego/towns/richland/history2.html#dixon,%20t.
+21ix.HENRY DIXSON, b. on 21 May 1800[12] in Oneida[19]; d. on 8 March 1878[11]; m. LOUISA RICE, b. in Massachusetts[20, 19, 17, 14, 8, 18, 15, 13] on 6 Dec. 1798[47], d. on 17 Oct. 1891[47].
22x.ALMIRA DIXSON, b. on 22 March 1803[12] in Paris[35]; d. on 10 Aug. 1806[11].
7. JOHN2 DIXSON (John1), son of (1) John1 and Anna (WILLIAMS) DIXSON, was born on 10 Feb. 1762[12, 5] in Connecticut[30], and died on 24 Oct. 1850[5, 5] in Mendon[5, 5]. He married in Stephentown[5, 5, 5], on 2 March 1789[5, 5, 5], JANE BOARDMAN, who was born on 6 Oct. 1765[5] in New York[30].

From the 7 Aug. 1820 census, in Mendon, Ontario Co., New York[33]:

Name: John Dixon
1 Free White male 10-16 (?)
1 Free White male 16-26 (John Boardman 21-23)
1 Free White male 45+ (John 58)
1 Free White female 0-10 (?)
1 Free White female 16-26 (?)
1 Free White female 45+ (Jane 54)
Persons in Agriculture: 3

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Mendon, Monroe Co.[32]:

Name: John Dixson
2 Free White males 5-10 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 10-15 (?)
1 Free White male 60-70 (John 68)
2 Free White females 30-40 (?, ?)
1 Free White female 60-70 (Jane 64)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Mendon, Monroe Co.[31]:

Name: John B. Dixon
1 Free White male 0-5 (?)
2 Free White males 5-10 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 20-30 (?)
1 Free White male 40-50 (John Boardman 41-43)
1 Free White male 70-80 (John 78)
2 Free White females 0-5 (?, ?)
1 Free White female 5-10 (?)
2 Free White females 15-20 (?, ?)
1 Free White female 20-30 (?)
1 Free White female 30-40 (?)
1 Free White female 70-80 (Jane 74)
Persons in Agriculture: 2
Pensioner Name: John Dixson
Pensioner Age: 79

From the 1 June 1850 census, in Mendon, Monroe Co.[30]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderReal Estate ValueBirthplace
13841384John Dixon89M600Connecticut
Jane Dixon86FNew York
Nancy Dixon55FNew York

[12, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 10, 30, 33, 32, 31]
Children:
23i.WILLIAM3 DIXSON, b. in 1789[5]; d. before 2 April 1853[5].
24ii.BRIDGET DIXSON, b. in 1792[5] in South Norwalk, Fairfield Co., Connecticut[5].
25iii.NANCY DIXSON, b. on 3 Sept. 1794[5] in Stephentown[5].
26iv.SARAH DIXSON, b. on 14 March 1796[5].
27v.JOHN BOARDMAN DIXSON, b. in 1798[5].

Generation Three

13. AMOS3 DIXSON (Robert2, John1), son of (3) Robert2 and (AUG-8) Sarah (WYLIE) DIXSON, was born on 22 April 1783[12] in Connecticut[23, 21], died between 5 March 1858 and 31 March 1858[11] and was buried in Livonia, Livingston Co., New York[50].

From the 2 Aug. 1790 census, in New London Co.[2]:

Name: Robert Dixon
1 Free White male 16+ (Robert 36-38)
2 Free White males 0-16 (Amos 7, John 5)
3 Free White females 0+ (Sarah 34, Sarah 3, Anna 1)

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Paris[3]:

Name: Robert Dixon
3 Free White males 0-10 (William 4, Thomas Wylie 2, Henry 2 mo.)
2 Free White males 10-16 (John 15, Capt. Robert 9)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Amos 17)
1 Free White male 45+ (Robert 46-48)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Charlotte 6)
2 Free White females 10-16 (Sarah 13, Anna 11)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Sarah 44)
1 Free White female 45+ (?)

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Livonia[25]:

Name: Amos Dixon
3 Free White males 20-30 (?, ?, ?)
1 Free White male 40-50 (Amos 47)
1 Free White female 10-15 (?)
1 Free White female 30-40 (?)

From the 1 June 1850 census, in Livonia[21]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValueBirthplace
381399Cyrus W. Dixon29MMillerNew York
Emily Dixon25FNew York
Robert Dixon31MMerchantNew York
Amos Dixon67MMiller6600Connecticut
Roxana Gifford50FNew York

From the 1 June 1855 census, in Livonia[23]:

Dwellings|#Dwellings|MaterialDwellings|ValueFamily #NameAgeGenderRelationshipBirthplaceMarital StatusYears in TownOccupationVoters|NativeOwner of land
6Frame2506Amos Dixson72MHeadCT29FarmerYY
Roxana Giffin61FOtsegoW28HousekeeperY

[35, 2, 3, 12, 11, 50, 22, 23, 21, 9, 25]
Children:
28i.ROBERT4 DIXON, b. about 1818 in New York[21].
29ii.CYRUS W. DIXON, b. about 1820 in New York[21].
17. CAPT. ROBERT3 DIXSON (Robert2, John1), son of (3) Robert2 and (AUG-8) Sarah (WYLIE) DIXSON, was born on 1 April 1791[12] in Connecticut[16, 7], died on 8 Feb. 1881[12, 53] and was buried in Livonia[43]. He married on 21 Sept. 1813[53], RHODA WILKINSON, who was born in 1792[44] in Connecticut[16, 7], died on 12 Oct. 1879[12], and was buried in Livonia[44].

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Paris[3]:

Name: Robert Dixon
3 Free White males 0-10 (William 4, Thomas Wylie 2, Henry 2 mo.)
2 Free White males 10-16 (John 15, Capt. Robert 9)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Amos 17)
1 Free White male 45+ (Robert 46-48)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Charlotte 6)
2 Free White females 10-16 (Sarah 13, Anna 11)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Sarah 44)
1 Free White female 45+ (?)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Livonia[26]:

Name: Robert Dixson
1 Free White male 10-15 (William 11)
1 Free White male 20-30 (?)
1 Free White male 40-50 (Capt. Robert 49)
1 Free White female 5-10 (Maritte 6)
1 Free White female 15-20 (Jane 17)
1 Free White female 20-30 (?)
1 Free White female 40-50 (Rhoda 47-49)
Persons in Agriculture: 2

From the 1 June 1850 census, in United States[7]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the YearCannot Read and Write
281293Rob't Dixon59MFarmer7560CT
Rhoda Dixon58FCT
Jane Dixon27FNY
William Dixon21MFarmerNY
Maritte? Dixon16FNYY
Ellen Barnard21FIrelandY
Elvin Durkee17MLaborerNY

From the 1 June 1860 census, in United States[16]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderColorOccupationReal Estate ValuePersonal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the Year
297296Robert Dixon69MFarmer91802160CT
Rhoda Dixon68FCT
William Dixon31MFarmer700NY
Emily Dixon25FNY
Manelli? Dixon23FNY
Lilian? Dixon4FNY
Anson Russell16MBlackLaborerYes

[12, 35, 3, 43, 53, 7, 16, 26]
Children:
30i.JANE4 DIXSON, b. about 1822 in New York[7].
31ii.WILLIAM DIXON, b. about 1828 in New York[7].
32iii.MARITTE DIXSON, b. about 1833 in New York[7].
18. CHARLOTTE3 DIXON (Robert2, John1), daughter of (3) Robert2 and (AUG-8) Sarah (WYLIE) DIXSON, was born on 17 Nov. 1793[12] in Paris[35], and died on 23 April 1826[11] in New York[39]. She married in Oneida Co.[39], on 20 Jan. 1814, (NK-17) JOHN SMITH DAVIS, son of (NK-16) Capt. Thomas and (ATT-23) Mary "Polly" (WOODRUFF), who was born on 8 Feb. 1793[38] in Elizabethtown[38], and died in 1822[39] in Oakland Co.[39].

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Paris[3]:

Name: Robert Dixon
3 Free White males 0-10 (William 4, Thomas Wylie 2, Henry 2 mo.)
2 Free White males 10-16 (John 15, Capt. Robert 9)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Amos 17)
1 Free White male 45+ (Robert 46-48)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Charlotte 6)
2 Free White females 10-16 (Sarah 13, Anna 11)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Sarah 44)
1 Free White female 45+ (?)

[38, 39, 35, 3, 34, 12, 11]
Charlotte appears to be be the sister of the Thomas W. Dixon described at
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyoswego/towns/richland/history2.html#dixon,%20t.
Thomas was born 5 years after Charlotte, in Oneida county where Charlotte was married, and moved to Pulaski, Oswego Co., where Charlotte's son Isaac was born, and Thomas had a daughter named Charlotte.

Of Thomas's parents, it says the following:
He is the son of Robert and Sarah (Wiley) Dixon, the former of whom was born in Stonington, Connecticut, December 3, 1753; the latter in the same State, July 22, 1756. His father was a farmer, and a man of unbounded energy, and an extensive agriculturist for those days. There were nine children in the family, of whom the subject of this sketch was the eighth.

Also, Charlotte's great-grandson was named Robert Dixon Davis.

"Connecticut Marriages to 1800" at Ancestry.com shows marriage:
Robert Dixon of Groton & Sarah Wylie, Jan. 15, 1782

IGI does show Charlotte Dixon as dau of Robert Dixon and Sarah Wylie with the correct birthdate.
Children: See (NK-17) John Smith DAVIS
21. HENRY3 DIXSON (Robert2, John1), son of (3) Robert2 and (AUG-8) Sarah (WYLIE) DIXSON, was born on 21 May 1800[12] in Oneida[19], died on 8 March 1878[11] and was buried in Livonia[46]. He married LOUISA RICE, who was born on 6 Dec. 1798[47] in Massachusetts[20, 19, 17, 14, 8, 18, 15, 13], died on 17 Oct. 1891[47], and was buried in Livonia[47].

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Paris[3]:

Name: Robert Dixon
3 Free White males 0-10 (William 4, Thomas Wylie 2, Henry 2 mo.)
2 Free White males 10-16 (John 15, Capt. Robert 9)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Amos 17)
1 Free White male 45+ (Robert 46-48)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Charlotte 6)
2 Free White females 10-16 (Sarah 13, Anna 11)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Sarah 44)
1 Free White female 45+ (?)

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Livonia[24]:

Name: Henry Dixon
1 Free White male 10-15 (?)
1 Free White male 20-30 (?)
1 Free White male 30-40 (Henry 30)
1 Free White female 0-5 (?)
1 Free White female 15-20 (?)
1 Free White female 30-40 (Louisa 31)

From the 1 June 1850 census, in Livonia[20]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValueBirthplace
292304Henry Dixon50MFarmer5400New York
Louisa Dixon48FMassachusetts
Ezra Dixon16MFarmerNew York
Ada Diane10F

From the 1 June 1860 census, in Livonia[17]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderColorOccupationReal Estate ValuePersonal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the Year
122124Henry Dixon60MWhiteFarmer100006595New York
Louisa Dixon61FWhiteHouse keeperMassachusetts
Fred S. Kingsbury7MWhiteNew YorkYes

From the 1 June 1870 census, in Livonia[14]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderColorOccupationReal Estate ValuePersonal Estate ValueBirthplaceMale Citizen Over 21
347361Dixon, Henry70MWFarmer1250010000New YorkY
Dixon, Louisa70FWHouse keeperMassachusetts

From the 1 June 1875 census, in Livonia[19]:

Dwellings|#Dwellings|MaterialDwellings|ValueFamily #NameAgeGenderRelationshipBirthplaceMarital StatusOccupationVoters|NativeOwner of land
269Frame1000269Henry Dixson75MOneidaMFarmerYY
Louisa Dixson75FWifeMassachusettsM
E. R. Dixson41MSonLivingstonMFarmerYY
A. E. Dixson37FDau-in-lawLivingstonM
H. P. Dixson5MGrandsonLivingston
Bridget Collins20FhiredLivingstonSHousework

[35, 3, 12, 11, 46, 18, 19, 8, 15, 13, 14, 17, 20, 24]
Children:
33i.EZRA4 DIXON, b. about 1833 in Livingston[19].
34ii.ADA DIANE DIXSON, b. about 1839.



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4. 1830 United States Federal Census, 153; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
5. "Revolutionary War Pensions," digital images, fold3.com (http://www.fold3.com/), John Dixson, #W25544.
6. Ibid., Robert Dixson, #S10571.
7. 1850 United States Census, population schedule, 338, dwelling 281, family 293.
8. Ibid., 339, dwelling 292, family 304.
9. Ibid., 351, dwelling 381, family 399.
10. Ibid., 525, dwelling 1384, family 1384.
11. Ira Patchin Family Bible, 1751-1881 (No place: No publisher, No date), Death Record; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 17 August 2015).
12. Ibid., Family Record.
13. 1870 United States Census, population schedule, 41, dwelling 347, family 361.
14. 1870 United States Census, Livonia, Livingston Co., New York, population schedule, 41, dwelling 347, family 361.
15. 1860 United States Census, population schedule, 16, dwelling 122, family 124.
16. Ibid., 37, dwelling 297, family 296.
17. 1860 United States Census, Livonia, Livingston Co., New York, population schedule, 16, dwelling 122, family 124.
18. 1875 New York State Census, population schedule, 80, dwelling 269, family 269.
19. 1875 New York State Census, Livonia, Livingston Co., population schedule, 80, dwelling 269, family 269.
20. 1850 United States Census, Livonia, Livingston Co., New York, population schedule, 339, dwelling 292, family 304.
21. Ibid., 351, dwelling 381, family 399.
22. 1855 New York State Census, population schedule, 1, dwelling 6, family 6.
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29. 1850 United States Census, mortality schedule, 59.
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