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Research material on Dickenson/Dickinson/etc., New England, Va., a little of N.C. and Ky.

Vivian Dickison Bales
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1997
on 1 microfilm reel : port. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of a collection of research (ca. 143 leaves) containing manuscripts, typescripts, photocopies from books, correspondence, etc., compiled by Vivian Dickison Bales of Marion, Indiana, over a twenty-five year time period (ca. 1965-ca. 1990).

Title from cover.

Contains misc. information on many Dickensons (and variant spellings). Some people mentioned include the following: 1) Griffith Dickinson/ Dickerson who was born in North Carolina and lived in Virginia, married Rebecca Flannery (Flanary) and moved to Kentucky some time after 1830; 2) Henry Dickenson, Sr. (fl. 1792) of Russell County, Virginia who married Agnes Jennings; 3) Levi Dickenson/ Dickison (1816-1852) of Virginia and Kentucky who married Lucinda Waugh in 1834; and 4) John Dickenson (d. 1725) of Essex County, Virginia, and his wife Judith. Also includes Dickersons from Somerset County, Maryland and early Dickinsons in America.

Variant spellings include Dickenson, Dickinson, Dickerson and Dickison.

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