Joseph Dickson

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Personal and Family Information

Joseph was born in 1771 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, the son of Joseph Dickson and Margaret Isabell McEwen.

He died on 24 SEP 1845 in Shelby County, Illinois.

He had two marriages/partners. His first wife was Sarah Moore, who he married on 11 OCT 1793 in Chatham, North Carolina. They had no known children.

His second wife was Eleanor N. Rankin, who he married on 11 OCT 1810 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Their six known children were Margaret McEwen (1815-1892), Jane Heartgrove (1816-1884), Annie Culpepper (1817-1853), Eleanor (1821-1858), Isabell Smith (1825-1916) and Lawsom Henderson (1811-1849).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Joseph Dickson
(1771-1845)

 

Joseph Dickson
(1745-1825)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Margaret Isabell McEwen
(1742-1814)

 

James McEwen
(1717-1766)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Isabella Miller
(1718-1813)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth1771
Place: Lincoln County, North Carolina
Address: twin with Robert, birth day and month do not match.
Death24 SEP 1845
Place: Shelby County, Illinois
Address: Find A Grave Memorial# 25796900
BurialSEP 1845
Place: Shelby County, Illinois
Address: Ellis Cemetery, Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois, with wife Find A Grave Memorial# 25796900

Notes

Note 1

Revised Dickson, McEwen & Allied Families Genealogy, Dixon Genealogy by Hoyt N. Acuff & Roy Kirchner Jr, May 2001

see also with grain of salt! http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ozarkgal/3dixongenerationsNCTN.html

and https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/14389994/person/99795419/facts

Note 2

At least six children of Joseph Dickson and Margaret McEwen apparently married children of men that served with him in American Revolution:

James L & Agnes Moore 1786

Robert & Ester Moore 1796

Joseph & Sarah Moore 1793

John B & Margaret McKisick 1798

Ezeliel & Mary McKisick 1802

William & Margaret McDowell 1801

Sources

  1. The Journal of J.L. Dickson with footnotes by W.J. Lemke
    Source: The Journal of J.L. Dickson with footnotes by W.J. Lemke
    Date: 1957
    Publisher: Washington County Historical Society