Charlotta E Dickson

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Personal and Family Information

Charlotta was born on 19 AUG 1853 in Arkansas, the daughter of James Armstrong Dickson and Mary Ann Woods.

She died on 12 NOV 1892 in Benton County, Arkansas.

Her husband was A.W. Duffy, who she married on 8 OCT 1891 in Benton County, Arkansas. They had no known children.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Charlotta E Dickson
(1853-1892)

 

James Armstrong Dickson
(1819-1889)

 

John Bennett Dickson
(1793-1878)

 

James L Dickson
(1766-1825)

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Agnes Nancy Moore
(1766-1847)

 
   

Charlotte Benton Temple
(1800-1843)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Mary Ann Woods
(1820-1890)

 

Samuel "West" Woods
(1799-1871)

 

Francis Harper Woods
(1776-1849)

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Martha Leeper
(1775-1851)

+
   

Sarah Adams
(1797-1839)

 

Robert Adams
(-1829)

 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth19 AUG 1853
Place: Arkansas
Death12 NOV 1892
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Age: 39y 2m 26d
Census6 JUL 1870
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Address: Osage dwelling 374 Dickson James, 51 mw farmer b Tennessee __ Mary , 49 fw keeping house born Tennessee __ John 24 mw farmer b Ark __ Elizabeth 15 fw at home born Ark __ Mary 14 fw at home b Ark __ Dwight 11 mw bArk __ Hugh 21 mw going to schoo b Ark Dwelling 275 Woods James, 39 b Tenn __ Salina 35 fw keeping house Tenn __ Kate 14 Ark __ John 11 Ark __ James 9 Ark __ William 7 Ark __ Margaret 1 Ark dwelling 376 Wood Robert 27 farmer mw Ark __ Lucy 21 Ark __ Mary 3 Ark __ Clement 1 mw Ark dwelling 377 Woods Samuel 60 mw farmer born Ohio __ Elisa 61 fw keeping house b Tennessee __ Newton 18 wm at home b Ark dwelling 378 Woods, John 21 mw farmer b Ark __ Saphira 19 keeping house b Ark
Census11 JUN 1880
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Address: Osage, dwelling 168 Dixon, James A wm 61 married, farmer, born Tenn, f&m b Tenn “ Mary wf 59, wife married house keeper, b Tenn, f Georgia, mother Kentucky “ Hugh wm 31, son single, at home, born Ark, f &m Tenn “ Sharlott wf 26, daughter single, house keeper, born Ark, f &m Tenn “ Dwight wm 21 son single farmer, born Ark, f &m Tenn Dwelling 166 Dixon, John wm34, married farmer, born Ark, f &m Tenn “ Lillie wf 20, wife married housekeeper, born Ark f Ark, m Missouri “ Eva wf 2 daughter single born Ark, f&m Ark “ not named wf 2 months, daughter, born Ark, f&m Ark
BurialNOV 1892
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Age: 39y 2m 2d
Address: Bentonville Cemetery, Bentonville, beside parents sec KP Block 11, Lot 51 space 4 N36° 22.143’ W 94° 13.072” Find A Grave Memorial# 44763521 also Dickson Cemetery, Cherokee City has obit Find A Grave Memorial# 179868849
GS-Duffy-Dickson,Charlotte E
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Notes

Note 1

Obituaries from Benton Co, Ark Vol 1 1884-1898 Pg 94 - Duffy, Charlotte E. Dickson - Died, at her reidence in Bentonville Sat Nov 12 after a long illness, Mrs Charlotte E. Duffy, aged 39 yrs. Mrs Duffy was born Aug 19 1853. She professed religion in an early life and joined the C.P. Church. of which she has been a consistent and useful member. She has a host of friends, who mourn her death with sincere sorrow, and their sympathies extend to her husb, who enjoys, in the highest degree, the respect of the entire community. The funeral took place at the C.P. Church at 11 o'clock Sunday in the presence of a large concourse of people. She was buried at the Dickson family burying ground betweeen Bentonville and Rogers. The funeral cortege was a very long one and a large crowd had gathered at the graveyard to witness the last sad rites, attesting the esteem in which she was held.

Benton Co Democrat - Nov 17 1892.

Sorrow again reigns in another one of our happy homes and death with its inevitable summons has called from us a loving wife and a devoted friend, in the person of Mrs Charlotte E. Duffy, wife of A.W. Duffy, the sad event occurring after a brief sickness at the home of the decd on Sat Nov 12 1892, she being in her 39th yr at the time of her death. Mrs Duffy, whose maiden name was Miss Charlotte E. Dickson, was born in Bentonville Aug 19 1853 and early in life made the Good Confession and united with the C.P Church and always lived a pure christian life, dying in full faith of the promise of a blessed life to come. A devoted and sorrowing husb with many friends and relatives followed the remains to the Dickson Cem between Bentonville and Rogers., where they were gently laid to rest to watch the coming of the one in which she had lived and trusted. Bentonville Sun - Nov 19 1892.