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The Nicholas Dickson, 1730 prior to 1876, Samuel Dunkin (Duncan), 1722 - 1770, connection

researched and compiled by Vernon Robert Beeler
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Salt Lake City, Utah] : V.R. Beeler, 2000
2 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables

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Nicholas Dickson was born ca. 1730 in Ireland and married Margaret Dickson ca. 1758 in Ireland. He died before 1786 in South Carolina and she died after 1824 in South Carolina. Samuel Dunkin, Sr. (1722-1770) was born near Dundee, Scotland and married Sarah Ann (1724-1795) in 1742. Both died in Bush River, Newberry, South Carolina. Descendants of both families lived in South Carolina, Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Kansas, and elsewhere.

V. 2 includes indexes.

Includes Beeler, Bell, Caldwell, Geyer, Greenlee, Heckel, Inman, Lewis, McEwen, Peek, Pettingill, Reece, Roberts, Silence, Singleton, Sturr, Swofford, Torrey, White, Willden and related families.

V. 1 Includes a copy of "We, ours, us" compiled by Hazel Halliburton in Missouri in 1973 and "Dickson : a history of and by our people, from our first ancestors who came to America down to the present", also by Hazel Peek Halliburton, published in 1975 in Missouri.

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