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   LB_00  The "Physician" John Dickinson of Salem/Cape May NJ

                              Summary
      John Dickinson b1755             Mary Powers  d b1761               69  4G
      Elizabeth Dickinson b1791        Elijah Townsend 1783               70  3G
      John Milton Townsend b1833       Mercy Jane "Kate" Babcock b1643    71  2G
      William Edward Townsend b1865    Clara Frances Doughty b1862 5      72  1G
      Hannah Remick Townsend b1893     Clarence Wesley Crossley b1894     73  gp
      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924     Warren Southwood Cook b1921        74   p

   LB_01  The "Penman" John Dickinson of Dover, New Castle & Philadelphia
         Much thanks to Becky White for her help.

   LB_02  John Dickinson/Lydia

   LB_03  Jonathan Dickinson/Mary of Philadelphia

   LB_04  Nathaniel Dickinson

   LB_05  Joseph Dickinson/Mary  of Philadelphia

   LB_06  Isaac Dickinson

   LB_07  Joseph C. Dickinson

   LB_08  Morris Dickinson

   LB_09  Smith Dickinson - Jean Royal's line - Salem, NJ

   LB_10  Thomas Dickinson

   LB_11  Thomas Dickinson

   LB_12  Philemon Dickinson

   LB_13  John Dickinson

   LB_50  John Dickerson - a line from Salem Co., NJ.
          courtesy Bill Reed.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  The "Physician" John Dickinson of Salem/Cape May NJ

John Dickinson 65
 with
   John 66
   b1668

Margaret _ 66
   bf~1649 presumed to be Dickinson because of son Dickason.
   n. James, John & Thomas Sheppard V1 x Robert Dallas Dare, NJ_BuCHS, pub by
      GCHS 1997.
   mm~1678 ___ __ John Sheppard 66
   bm 1655 ___ __ in Tipperary, IRE
   df<1691
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Wade 66
   n. Anthony Page  ~1686
   n. had Samuel Sheppard 67
   df 1714
 with John Sheppard 66
   Enoch 67       Dickason 67    Margaret 67
   <1684          b1685          ~1690

John Dickinson 66
   bm 1668 ___ __ to John Dickinson 65     NJA XXIII p522
   mf<1696 ___ __ Ann Adams 66
   bf 1665 ___ __ to John Adams 65 and Elizabeth (nee Fenwick 65) Adams
      granddaughter of Major John Fenwick, Esqr. of Reading, Berks Co., England,
      John Adams 66 being a clothier of Redding in the county of Berks also.
      The three children Elizabeth 11y, Fenwick 9y and Mary aged 4y, all came on
      the ship Griffin which arrived in the Delaware River.
   n. 1676 Sep 30 will of Peter Huff, a sojourner in New Castle, dm 1676 Oct 04.
      Inventory by J. Dickson and Thomas Spry.  (this may be the Dickinson
      progenitor of all Dickinsons in this file.)  Thomas Spry was the first
      English attorney in the DE valley and was able in Dutch. Fenwick P64.
   n ld 1683
      Grantor: John Fenwick
      Grantee: John Adams
      Description: 500 acres
   n. 1698 Sheriff of Salem Co., NJ.
   n. wf 1698 Jan 24 will of Joane Braithwaite, a wealthy widow.
      Witness: John Dickinson
   n. wm 1699 Oct 30 codicil to will of Thomas Woodruffe, of Salem.
      Witness: John Dickinson
      1703 12th 29 when John Dickinson proved the above codicil, he stated his
      age as 35 years.  NJA V23 P522
   ld 1702 Nov 30
      Grantor: John & Ann Dickason
      Grantee: John and Alice Stevens
      Transaction: 100 acres inherited under Fenwick's will being part of 500
      acres surveyed to John Dickason 1702 Oct 08 maybe when Ann reached 21y.
      Description: on Salem River main branch part of 500 acres.
   ld 1708 SCDR V7 P171 1715-1797. Cole-Dickinson book GCHS.
      Grantor: John Dickinson et ux Ann
      Grantee: John Stevens
      Description: land on the main branch of the Salem River, part of 500 acres
      given to Ann Adams Dickinson by John Fenwick.
   ld 1720 Mar 20 Liber D, P206 office of the Secretary of State.  NJA V30 P242
      Grantor: John Dickinson, Jr., of Pilesgrove, Salem Co., Husbandman, son of
      John Dickinson, the elder.
      Grantee: Isaac Van Metre
      Transaction: 50 acres which John Champneys, grandson and heir of John
      Fenwick, deceased conveyed to him 1719 Aug 26, adjoining "Lands of my
      father John Dickinson the Elder."
   ld 1739 Dec 31 Old Deed and Road Book, Salem Co. Clerk's Office, P25.
      Grantor: John Dickinson, yeoman, and wife Anne, of Pilesgrove, Salem Co.,
      NJ
      Grantee: Joseph Dickinson
      Whereas John Fenwick, by his last will dated 1683 Aug 07, gave unto
      "Anna Adams one of his Grand Daughters (now wife to the said John
      Dickinson)" 500 acres of land and said 500 acres were surveyed in
      Pilesgrove now for L25, said John Dickinson and Anne his wife convey to
      Joseph Dickinson, of the same place, 186 acres. GMONJ P486
   n. Known children were John & Fenwick.  Chas. E. Sheppard thought the others
      were also their children. 1929 he compiled a genealogy of the Dickinson
      family.
   n. P250 Cushing & Sheppard, "A History of the Counties of Gloucester, Salem
      and Cumberland, NJ Phila. 1883 P332.
   n. GMONJ - The Genealogical Magazine of NJ V35 N3 1960 Sep P110.
 with Anne (nee Adams 66) Dickinson
   William 67     Fenwick 67     Jonathan 67    Joseph 67      George 67
   b16970723      b1698          ~1700          ~1702          b1704
   John 67        Mary 67
   b1706          b1708

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William Dickinson 67
   bm 1697 Jul 23 to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anne (nee Adams 66) Dickinson in
      Salem, NJ.
   mf~1716 ___ __ Mary _ 67
   ld 1718 Jul 23 Liber B "Bull's Book" P64 survey passed by council and
      ordered recorded Survey Generral's Office, Burlington, NJ. GMONJ P492
      Grantor: Council
      Grantee: William Dickeson, of age this date.
      Description: 167 acres on Manto Creek, Chestnut Branch, Gloucester Co., NJ
   df ____ ___ __
   mf 1749 Nov 21 Abigail _ 67 Ward 67 widow of George Ward of Big Timber Creek,
      Deptford Twsp., Gloucester Co., NJ. Marriage record name given as
      William Dickason of Salem Co. NJ_GCMR/A P9.
   wm 1763 Apr 27 NJA V31 P116 of Alloways Creek Precinct, Salem Co., yeoman;
      will of.  Wife Abigail #30, and the goods she brought with her.  Son
      William, 130 acres of the northeast end of my land where I live, that
      joins Jacob Davis, and the land formerly belonging to Thomas Stonebanks.
      Son, James, the rest of said plantation.  Son, John, 5 shillings.  To the
      3 daughters of my daughter Sarah, deceased, viz., Mary Ann, Catherine and
      Elizabeth Lee, #5 each.  To my four daughters, Ann Moore, Judith Hamilton,
      Mary Thompson and Margaret Craig, the rest of personal estate.  Executors
      son James and my son-in-law, William Craig.
      Witness: John Holme, George Dickinson, George White.
      1764 Apr 02 proved.  1764 Jan 20 Inventory #425.3.4 made by John Holme and
      William Oakford.  Lib12 P87
   dm 1764 ___ __ Upper Alloways Creek Twsp., Salem Co., NJ.
   n. 1702 Oct 02 NJA v   p546 Do. Do. to John Dickason, of 500 acres on the
      main branch of Salem Ck., adjoining the widow Curryer  33.
 with
   William 68     James 68       John 68        Sarah 68       Ann 68
   b              b17321205      b1718          b              b
   Judith 68      Mary 68        Margaret 68
   b              b              ~1737
 with Abigail (nee _ 67) Ward 67 Dickinson

Fenwick Dickinson 67
   bm 1698 ___ __ to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anna (nee Adams 66) Dickinson
      Salem, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Eleanor _ 67
   bf~1704 ___ __ in Salem, NJ.
   n. Refs. Lewis D. Cook, Harper "John Fenwick and Salem County in the Province
      of New Jersey", CXX P103
   n. 1715 "True and Perfectt List of all the Foot Shoulgers under the
      Command of Captain John Loyde of Files Grove 'Present' in Ye County of
      Salem 'In Ye Province of New Jarsie in Amarica."
   wm 1739 Jun 21 ANJ V30 P142 Lib4 P214
      Fenwick Dickinson of Twsp. of Piles Grove, Salem Co.  Wife Eleanor,
      sole executrix.  Sons John and Joseph (not 21).  Daughter
      Susannah.  Four youngest children (not of age): Abraham, Isaac,
      Isabell, Eleanor.  Daughter, Sarah.  Witnesses: George Dickison,
      Henry Paullin, Jacob Richman.  1739 Dec 19 proved.  1739 Dec 04
      Inventory (#299.0.3) includes cattle, horses, sheep, hay, etc.
      Appraisers: Elisha Bassett, Samuel Elwell.
      1751 (Filed) Account of Thomas Murphy and Eleanor, his wife, late
      Elinor Dickinson, executrix of last will of Fenwick Dickinson.
      Moneys paid Samuel Angelo, Joseph Dickinson, Thomas Parke, Edward
      Horster, Mary Gray, Jonathan Dickinson, Nathan Merring, James
      Robinson, John Jones, Daniel Mestayer, Doctor Lenox, Benjamin
      Bispham, Samuel Morgan, David Garrison, Frederick (blacksmith),
      Jeremiah Wood; bond from Isaac Thompson (insolvent); another
      insolvent bond of Wm. Crawleys.  Devereux Driggus, Thom. Graham.
      Bringing up of Ellenor Dickinson, 8 years, Elizabeth Dickinson
      8 years, Isaac Dickinson, 6 years, Abraham Dickinson, 4 years,
      Joseph Dickinson, 2 years (each at #10).
   n. note the James Robinson in the above will of Fenwick Dickenson. Is this
      not the same James Robinson, nephew of James Dickinson of Blindbothel,
      Cumberland Co., ENG? 1731 Mar 22
   dm 1739 ___ __ in Salem Co., NJ.
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Murphy 67
 with Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
   John F 68      Susannah 68    Joseph F 68    Abraham F 68   Isaac F 68
   b17260502      b              b17280622      b17310211      b17330310
   Sarah 68       Isabel F 68    Ellenor F 68
   ~1735          b17360315      b17370517

Jonathan Dickinson 67
   bm~1700 ___ __ to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anne (nee Adams 66) Dickinson
      Salem, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Dorothy _ 67
   bf 1716 ___ __ in Salem, NJ.
   n. of Mannington Twp., Salem Co., NJ - Lewis D. Cook
   wm 1748 Feb 11 NJA Lib 6 P202; aff 1748 Mar 10 Wf. Dorothy. Chd. John and
      Nathaniel.
   dm~1748
 with Dorothy
   John 68        Nathaniel 68
   b              b

Joseph Dickinson 67
   bm~1702 ___ __ to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anne (nee Adams 66) Dickinson
      in Salem, NJ.
   n. of Piles Grove Twp. - Lewis D. Cook
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane _ 67
   wm 1764 Mar 27 ANJ v33 p116
      Joseph Dickinson of Pilesgrove Twsp., Salem Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Jane, 1/2 my moveable estate, and 1/3 the profits of the land.  To
      Joseph Dickinson, son of George Dickinson, 2/3 the plantation where I
      live, and 1/2 my moveable estate, when he is 21.  If Joseph should die
      without heirs, then his brother, George, is to have his share.  To said
      George, son of George Dickinson, 2/3 of the land I bought of Simon Warner,
      and if he die, then to go to my brother George's son, Jacob.
      Executors - my wife and Joseph Dickinson.  Witnesses - James Bodn, Patrick
      Gray, John Richman.  1764 May 05 proved.
      1764 Apr 19 Inventory, #374.5.0, mdae by John Holme and John Richman.
      Lib12, P95
   wf 1774 ___ __ intestate 1558Q.
 with Jane (nee _ 67) Dickinson
  No issue

George Dickinson 67
   bm 1704 ___ __ to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anne (nee Adams 66)
      Dickinson.
   mf ____ ___ __ Barbary _ 67
   n. Witness to will of Fenwick Dickinson 1739 Jun 21 - Lewis D. Cook
   n. Children of GEORGE DICKINSON and ? BARBARY are:
      i. GEORGE3 DICKINSON.
      ii. JOSEPH DICKINSON.
      iii. ANNE DICKINSON.
      iv. SAMUEL DICKINSON.
      v. JOHN DICKINSON.
      vi. REBEKAH DICKINSON, m. ? PAULING.
      vii. MARTHA DICKINSON, m. JOHN JARMIN.
      viii. MARY DICKINSON.
      ix. MARGARET DICKINSON.
   dm 1791 Dec 02
 with Barbary
   George 68      Joseph 68      Jacob 68

John Dickinson 67
   bm~1706 ___ __ to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anne (nee Adams 66) Dickinson
      at Penn's Neck, Salem Co., NJ.
   n. Salem County NJ Genealogical Data - H. Stanley Craig
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 67 ? leap of faith RWC
   bf 1714
   ld 1759 Dec 03 Old Deeds of Salem Co. - SCHS
      Grantor: John Dickeson and wife Sarah (she signed Dickenson) of Mannington
      Twp., Salem Co.
      Grantee: John Thompson of same place
      Description: One lot of land in said Twp.  Unrecorded.
   ld 1765 Apr 12 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist Soc., D-332
      Grantor: John Gosling of Mannington Twp, Salem Co., NJ
      Grantee: John Thompson and Sarah Dickinson of Mannington Twp., Salem Co.
      Description: Quit-claim of land lying on North side of John Gosling's
      land - late the estate of George Webb - to end all disputes and
      controversies. Unrecorded.
   df 1769 Aug 04 interred Pittsgrove Baptist Churchyard

Mary Dickinson 67
   bf 1708 ___ __ to John Dickinson 66 et ux Anne (nee Adams 66) Dickinson at
      Salem, NJ.
   mm 1725 May 26 John Chandler 67 see "Major John Fenwick" - F. H. Stewart P53.
   bm 1704 ___ __ in Salem, NJ.

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William Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67) Dickinson

John Dickinson 68
   bm 1718 ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67) Dickinson
   mf 1747 Oct 27 Lydomia Belton 68 he of Salem Co., NJ, she of Gloucester Co.,
      NJ. NJ_GCMR/A P9. NJMR1665-1800 - Nelson   FWPL GEN 974.9N
   bf~1731 ___ __ in Waterford, Glouchester, New Jersey.
   n. according to "The New Jersey Genesis" John, son of William, caused to be
      built the famous house near Alloway with the decorated brick wall.
      also claimed for John Dickinson, son of John.  NJG V12 N1 P485
   dm 1779 Aug 03 in NJ.
 with
   William 69
   b

Sarah Dickinson 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __
   dm<1763
 with
   Mary Ann 69    Catherine 69   Elizabeth L 69
   b              b              b

Ann Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67)
      Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ _ Moore 68
   df 1775 Apr 28

Judith Dickinson 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Hamilton 68

Mary Dickinson 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Thompson 68

James Dickinson 68
   bm 1732 Dec 05 to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67)
      Dickinson. Bible records of Mrs. Laura (nee Dickinson) Rice of Bridgeton.
   mf 1766 Mar 31 Anne Kelley 68 of Upper Penns Neck, he of Salem, NJ.
      Name given as James Dickerson, Trinity P. E. Church Records, NJ_GCMR P213.
   bf 1749 Nov 17 to Thomas Kelly 67 et ux Hannah (nee _ 67) Kelly
   n. Salem County NJ Genealogical Data - H. Stanley Craig
   df 1808 Jan 23 at 58.2.6 interred Pittsgrove Baptist Churchyard near Daretown
      and has a tombstone.
   dm 1816 Dec 09
 with Anne (nee Kelly 68) Dickinson
   Thomas 69
   b17700211

Margaret Dickinson 68
   bf~1737 ___ __ to William Dickinson 67 et ux _ (nee _ 67)
      Dickinson
   mm 1754 ___ __ William Craig 68

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John Fenwick Dickinson 68
   bm 1726 May 02 to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Racoon Creek, Salem, NJ
   zm 1741 May 29 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro
   mf<1746 ___ __ Martha _ 68
   ld 1748 Nov 11
      Grantor: John Dickinson, saddler of Pilesgrove, Salem Co., NJ.
      Grantee:
   ld 1755 Nov 07 D-273 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist Soc.
      Grantor: Dennis O'Harrow et ux Mary of Alloway's Creek, Salem Co., NJ
      Grantee: John Dickinson of same place
      Description: 236 acres in Alloway's Creek, on Champney's Run. Unrecorded
   n. was Martha's maiden name O'Harrow?
   n. 1756 according to "The New Jersey Genesis" John, son of William, caused to
      be built the famous house near Alloway with the decorated brick wall.
      also claimed for John Dickinson, son of John by Cole-Dickinson book at
      GCHS. From the foregoing deed, Cole-Dickinson may be correct.  However,
      William died in Upper AC, so the above deed may go to John son of Wm.
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Johnson 68
   n. 1767 Sep 03 H. Stanley Craig lists a John Dickeson who m Martha Wallace.
      Is there a date error here? Is Wade her son after JFD's death?
   n. 1771 identified with Pittsgrove Baptist Church, UAC Twp., Salem Co., NJ.
   n. 1774 Feb 09 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54835
      Salem County, February 2, 1774.
      IS in excellent order, That famous HORSE BOHEMIA, whose stock is
      allowed to be equal if not superior to any one horse in America;
      and will cover this season, till the First of August next, at the
      stable of JOHN DICKINSON, in Salem, West New Jersey, at Forty
      Shillings the season per each Mare. Good pasturage will be
      provided, at 2s. 6d. per week, and proper attendance, by the
      subscriber.
      Also will cover this season, at the place abovementioned, until
      the First of August, a thorough bred Country HORSE, at Twenty five
      Shillings the season per each Mare; he is an excellent dark bay,
      full 16 hands high, and equal in proportion, rising ten years old,
      his two hind feet white, with black legs, a star and snip, a very
      swift pacer, trots remarkable well, with ease to the rider,
      spirits and gaiety of carriage, and is allowed by good judges to
      be the finest Country Horse, that ever yet appeared in this
      province. Pasturage and attendance will be provided as abovesaid,
      by DAVID HENRY.
   n. 1774 Jul 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55745
      ARE in excellent order the following Horses, and will be exposed
      to public sale, on the first day of August next, at the house of
      John Dickinson, Innkeeper, in the town and county of Salem, in the
      province of West New Jersey, viz. The noted Horse BOHEMIA, brother
      to True Briton. The famous Horse VITRIOL, a jet black, his hind
      feet white and a star in his forehead, full 15 hands high, and
      equal in proportion, seven eighths of the best turf blood, and
      much approved as a covering horse, as well for saddle as carriage.
      Two stout young blooded MARES, one of which is covered this season
      by a full blooded horse, and has a very likely colt by her side,
      got by a horse of said full blood. Also a number of other sightly
      HORSES. Attendance will be given, at the time and place above
      mentioned, and six months credit to the purchasers, with their
      giving good security, if required.DAVID HENRY.
   n. 1775 March 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57348
      THE reputed thorough bred running HORSE TRUE BRITAIN, which
      formerly belonged to Anthony Waters, but now the property of the
      subscriber, is in excellent order and found, and will cover this
      season, until the first of August next, at the stable of John
      Dickinson, in Salem, West New Jersey, at the low rate of 50 s.
      Cash, the season, or 3 l. Credit, until the first day of January
      next, and privilege of making choice at the expiration of the
      season, whether to have their mares insured at 5 l. 8 s. Or to pay
      as above, with a proviso they bring their mares regularly, and
      appear at said Dickinsonon the 1st, 2d, or 3d days of August next,
      to give an account whether they ensure or pay the season; said
      horse was never before known to cover under 3 l. The season
      certain, and for most part of his time at almost double that sum,
      to the satisfaction of the public; he is a beautiful dark bay,
      stout and neat made; as he is a noted horse in most parts of the
      continent, it is needless to make mention of his blood or
      performances, as they are allowed by the best of judges to be
      equal, if not preferable, to any one horse in America; his last
      spring colts fell currently from 20 to 50 l. And upwards, and some
      are held at the rate of 100 l. each.
      At the same place is to be kept, a curious English DRAY HORSE, for
      those who chose to breed Draft Horses, of which the public shall
      have a more particular account in a future advertisement.
      If any see fit to send now, until such time as the grass is fit,
      green rye is provided, which is excellent pasture, at 2 s. 6 d.
      Per week; where proper attendance will be provided, by
      March 13, 1775. DAVID HENRY.
   n. 1775 April 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57475
      The Famous ENGLISH DRAY HORSE COLOSSUS, WILL cover Mares at the
      Stable of John Dickinson, in the Town of Salem, West Jersey, at
      Thirty Shillings Cash the Season, and Forty Shillings Credit,
      until the First of January next. He is a beautiful dark Bay, well
      marked, rising 4 Years old, and is allowed to be the largest at
      that Age of any Horse imported into America; he is an excellent
      Horse for a Draft, and goes very light, fleet and gay under the
      Saddle, with great Spirits and Ease to the Rider. As he is likely
      to be very advantageous in enlarging the Breed of Horses (which
      are so much under Size) I flatter myself the Public will embrace
      so favourable an Opportunity for the Welfare and Advantage of
      their Country. Good Pasturage at 2 s. 6 d. Per Week, and proper
      Attendance provided by DAVID HENRY.
   wm 1778 Aug 30 ; Proved 1779 Aug 03.  Wf. Martha. Chd. John, William, Thomas,
      David, Mary.  Lib21, P263
   dm 1779 ___ __ in Upper Alloways Creek, Salem Co., NJ vnc
 with Martha (nee _ 68) Dickinson
   David 69       Mary 69        Thomas 69      William 69     John 69
   b              b              b              b1740          b17581011
   Wade 69
   ~1767

Susannah Dickinson 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson

Sarah Dickinson 68
   bf~1735 ___ __ to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Salem, NJ.

Joseph Fenwick Dickinson 68
   bm 1728 Jun 22 to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Racoon Creek, Salem, NJ.
   zm 1741 May 29 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

Abraham Fenwick Dickinson 68
   bm 1731 Feb 11 to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Racoon Creek, Salem, NJ.
   zm 1741 May 29 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

Isaac Fenwick Dickinson 68
   bm 1733 Mar 10 to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Racoon Creek, Salem, NJ.

Isabel Fenwick Dickinson 68
   bf 1736 Mar 15 to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Racoon Creek, Salem, NJ.
   zm 1741 May 29 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

Ellenor Fenwick Dickinson 68
   bf 1737 May 17 to Fenwick Dickinson 67 et ux Eleanor (nee _ 67) Dickinson
      at Racoon Creek, Salem, NJ.
   zm 1741 May 29 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

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John Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 67 et ux Dorothy

Nathaniel Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 67 et ux Dorothy
   mf 1755 ___ __ N. Thomsom 68, of Mannington, Trinity Protestant Episcopal
      Church Records, NJ_GCMR P213.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 68

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Rachel Dickinson _
   zm 1736 Feb 12 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

Thomas Dickinson _
   zm 1739 Jan 15 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

George Dickinson _
   zm 1741 Feb 15 Swedish Lutheran Church of Swedesboro

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Joseph Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 67 et ux
   mf 1765 Jul 18 Hannah Smith 68 (Cumb)

George Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 67 et ux
   mf 1762 Oct 27 Elizabeth McCallister 68. Pilesgrove.
   bf 1740 ___ __ to Archibald McCollister 67 et ux Martha (nee Hamilton 67)
   mf 1769 Nov 14 Margaret Smith 68, both of Salem.
      New Jersey Marriage Records 1665-1800 - Nelson   FWPL GEN 974.9N
   bf
   ld 1784 Feb 06 D448 Old Deeds Belonging to SCHS
      Grantee: George et ux Margaret Dickinson of Alloway's Creek.
      Grantor: Jacob Sharp of Pilesgrove
      Description: 75 acres of land and premises on Salem Creek in Pilesgrove
      Twp.  Unrecorded.
   n. 1793 Book A, P99 SCCH Division of Land
 with Margaret (nee Smith 68) Dickinson
   Samuel 69      John 69        Martha 69      Rebecca 69     Amy 69
   b              b              b              b              b
   Margaret 69    Mary 69
   b              b


Jacob Dickinson 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 67 et ux

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William Dickinson 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 68
 with
   Smith 70
   b1779

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Samuel Dickinson 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson
   ld 1806 Feb 27 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist Soc. D754
      Grantor: William Thompson, executor of will of Samuel Holme, Jr. of
      Upper Alloway Creek.
      Grantee: Samuel Dickinson, of same place.
      Description: 4 acres in said Twp. on road leading to Allowaystown.  Also
      quit-claim of Mary Holme, widow of Samuel Holme, Jr.  Unrecorded.

John Dickinson 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson

Martha Dickinson 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson

Rebecca Dickinson 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson

Amy Dickinson 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson

Margaret Dickinson 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson

Mary Dickinson 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Dickinson 68 et ux Margaret (nee Smith 68)
      Dickinson

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Thomas Dickinson 69
   bm 1770 Feb 11 to James Dickinson 68 et ux Anne (nee Kelly 68) Dickinson
      NJG V12 N1 P485.
   mf 1797 Apr 13 Margaret Green 69 Wetherby widow of Judge Edmond Wetherby,
      were married by Rev. Isaac Skillman, D. D., of the Salem Baptist Church.
   bf 1767 Apr 10 to Charles Green 68 et ux Sarah (nee Skeer 68) Green; Sarah
      df ____ ___ __ mm Charles Green 69; Sarah bf to Martin Skeer 67 of Penns
      Neck. 1735 Edmond Wetherby sold to Martin Skeer 10 acres of marsh at
      Dehauses Point in Penns Neck. He (?who) purchased 135 acres of land and
      swamp in Penns Neck from Jacob Hendrickson 1726 Jun 07. Unrecorded deed
      records of Laura Dickinson Rice.
   n. more to this story on previous page GMONJ P485.
   df 1825 May 20. NJG V12 N1 P485.
   dm 1848 Apr 01. NJG V12 N1 P485.
   n. Jane Wetherby, daughter of Edmond Wetherby et ux Margaret (nee Green)
      bf1795 df 1881 at the home of her half brother Thomas Dickinson, Jr. at
      Finns Point, mm Elijah Dickinson (LDR).
 with Margaret (nee Green 69) Dickinson
   Samuel 70      James 70       Thomas 70      Joshua 70      Sarah 70
   b17971212      b17981107      b18010820      b18070125      b18070125

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David Dickinson 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 68 et ux Martha (nee _ 68) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane Wallace 69
   wm 1797 ___ __ Intestate  File 2149 Q. Different David.

Mary Dickinson 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 68 et ux Martha (nee _ 68) Dickinson

Thomas Dickinson 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 68 et ux Martha (nee _ 68) Dickinson
   mf 1773 Oct 19 Hannah Hudson 69 NJML
   dm 1792
   ld 1813 Jan 15 Old Deeds of the Salem County
      Grantor: Thomas Dickinson of Salem Co., Administrator of estate of William
      Dickinson
      Grantee: David Dickinson of Salem Co.
      Description: Lots 4 and 5 in town of Alloway. Unrecorded
 with Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson
   Jonathan 70    William 70     Samuel 70      John 70        Jedidiah 70
   b              b              b1783
   Mary 70

William Dickinson 69
   bm 1740 ___ __ to John Dickinson 68 et ux Martha (nee _ 68) Dickinson

John Dickinson 69
   bm 1758 Oct 11 to John Dickinson 68 et ux Martha (nee _ 69) Dickinson
      Salem Co., NJ
   n. 1777 spring commissioned Surgeon's Mate of the Pennsylvania Navy under
      Commodore Hazlewood.  Hospital facility located at house in Red Bank,
      NJ
   mf 1781 Oct __ Mary Powers 69 at Penns Neck, Salem Co., NJ by Rv. Nicholas
      Collin, a Swedish Minister of Swedesboro, NJ (Crispin Scrapbook #10 SCHS)
      Name given as Mary Bowers - Protestant Episcopal Church Records, NJ_GCHS
      P213. Ministers name seen variously as Corlen, et al.
   bf 1762 Sep 15 to _ (Salem Standard & Jerseyman)
   n. Declared a "Hero of the Battle at Red Bank, NJ" and presented a ceremonial
      sword by Gen'l George Washington; and along with his surgical instruments,
      and medicine bottles, it is on display at the Cape May Historical Society,
      Cape May Court House, NJ.  "Notes on Old Gloucester Co." VolIII P168
   n. After the Revolution from 1787 to his death 1834/09/16, he practiced
      medicine in Cape May County, NJ
   n. Amazingly, just across the Delaware River was John Dickinson "Penman of
      the American Revolution.  "The John Dickinson Plantation Mansion" still
      exists just off Rt. 113, South of Dover, DE (Dover AFB). RWC75 toured 1998
      Jun 27.
   n. 1803 Appears to have guardianship of Nathaniel, son of Wade and according
      to Wade's dying wishes, however John declines guardianship so Nathaniel's
      mother and Wade's wife, Elizabeth is awarded guardianship by the court.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P242 L18.
      NJ, Cape May Co., Middle Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson, Dr.______/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (John Dickinson)_________ 70-79MW
 (Mary)___________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 (Nathaniel)______________ 20-29MW
   dm 1834 Sep 16
      History of Medicine in New Jersey: And of Its Medical Men, from ..
      , Stephen Wickes 1879. P235.
      Inscription in the Old Baptist graveyard, at Cape May Court House:
                               John Dickinson
                                In Memory of
                             Dr. John Dickinson
                  Who departed this life September 16, 1834.
                      Aged 75 years, 11 months and 5 days.
   wm 1835 Mar 26 Inventory Cape May, NJ.
   df 1839 Sep 29
   n. Mr. Edward Post, Custodian                1929 September 11
      Cape May CourtyHouse, R.F.D., New Jersey
      Dear Sir;
         I advise you from the papers in the Revolutionary War pension claim
      S.991, it appears that John Dickinson was born 1758 October 11, place not
      stated.
         He was commissioned, in the spring of 1777, Surgeon's Mate, and
      immediately ordered to take care of the sick and woulded on two United
      States vessels commanded respectively by Captain John Rice and Captain
      Ayres, a part of the fleet under Commodore Hazlewood, at whose direction
      he selected a house on the "Jersey Shore", near Red Bank, and fitted it up
      as a hospital, served there and in a hospital at trenton for at least one
      year.
         He removed from Salem Counthy to Cape May County in 1786 June.
         He was allowed pension on his application executed 1832 August 7, at
      which time he resided in Middle Township, Cape May County, New Jersey.
         He died 1834 September 16.
         There are no date concerning his family.
         It does not appear that the above named soldier served in the War of
      1812.                                  Very truly yours,
                                             E. W. Morgan, Acting Commissioner.
 with Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   Sarah 70       Mary 70        Hannah 70      Elizabeth 70   Susannah 70
   b17830405      b17851125      b17880810      b17910729      b17940112
   John 70        Wade 70        Nathaniel 70   Nathaniel 70
   b17961122      b17990930      b18020501      b18030603

Wade Dickinson 69
   bm~1754 ___ __ to John Dickinson 68 et ux Martha (nee _ 69) Dickinson
      Salem Co., NJ
   n. Note the Wade and Dick[(er)(in)(e)]son Marriages & Baptisms at Hanover,
      Morris Co., NJ.
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/nj/hanover_nj_bapt-marr.htm
   mf 1783 Nov 20 Elizabeth Fizler 69, his name given as Vade Dickson, Trinity
      PE Church Rec., NJ_GCMR P213. Also Fisler.
   bf 1758 Apr 02 to Jacob Fisler 68 et ux Sophia (nee Klein 68) Fisler in
      Gloucester Co., NJ.
   ld 1794 Dec 17 Old Deeds of Salem Co.  SCHS
      Grantor: Wade Dickinson et ux Elizabeth of Mannington Twp.
      Grantee: William Thompson of Cape May
      Description: 100 acres in Manington Twp.  Unrecorded.
   wm 1797 Nov 16 ANJ V38 P110
      Wade Dickinson, of Mannington Twsp., Salem Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth, house and lot, while widow; also #100, 2 beds, looking
      glass, buffet breakfast table, brass headed shovel and tongs, 1 horse,
      bridle and side saddle, 1 cow and provisions for 1 year.  Son, Nathaniel,
      1/2 of moveable estate, when 21; also real after wife's decease or
      marriage.  Daughter, Sophia, residue of personal, when 18.  Executors -
      brother, John Dickinson, and wife, Elizabeth, they also to act as
      guardians of children.
      Witness: Thomas Allen, John Dickinson and Nathaniel Dickinson.
      Proved 1798 Feb 16 Lib27 P421.  1798 Feb 14 Inventory, #1542.17; made by
      Thomas Allen and Benjamin Lippincott. File 2316Q
   n. 1803 Oct 01 Archives of the State of New Jersey V39 P131 Lib40
      P490; File 2559Q  of Salem Co.  Ward.  Son of Wade Dickinson,
      dec'd; being upwards of 14 years.  Whereas the Guardian appointed
      by said ward's father has not accepted, he makes choice, by
      petition,  of his mother Elizabeth Dickinson, as his Guardian.
      Fellowbondsmen: John Dickinson and John Hall.
   dm<1798 Feb 16 in Mannington Twp., Salem Co., NJ.
 with Elizabeth (nee Fixler 69) Dickinson
   Nathaniel 70   Sophia 70
   b              b

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Samuel Dickinson 70
   bm 1797 Dec 12 to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Margaret (nee Green 69) Dickinson
   dm 1797 Dec 18

James Dickinson 70
   bm 1798 Nov 07 to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Margaret (nee Green 69) Dickinson
   dm 1798 Dec 16

Thomas Dickinson 70
   bm 1801 Aug 20 to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Margaret (nee Green 69) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Dickinson 70 she a first cousin who had a brother
      David Dickinson - LDR.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P266 L26.
      NJ, Salem Co., Lower_Penns_Neck Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Dickinson         /2 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 (Thomas Dickinson)_______ 20-29MW
 (Margaret Dickinson)_____ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Joshua)_________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 (Mary)___________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P294 L26.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Dickenson         /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P164 L18.
      NJ, Salem Co., Mann Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Dickinson         /2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R462 P56B L1  167/171.
      NJ, Salem Co., Mannington Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 07, Samuel Prior, Jr., Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Dickinson           49M Farmer                20000NJ
 Margaret Dickinson         52F                            NJ
 Joshua Dickinson           28M Farm hand                  NJ
 Edward Dickinson           25M Farm hand                  NJ
 Mary Dickinson             20F                            NJ
 Jane Dickinson             65F                            NJ      W
 David Dickinson            74M Carpenter                  NJ
 William Meach??            55M Laborer                    Ireland
 Isaac Johnson              20MBLaborer                    NJ        I
   dm 1892 Jun 16
 with Margaret (nee Dickinson 70) Dickinson
   Joshua 71      Edward 71      Mary 71        Thomas 71      Charles 71
   b18210906      b18240717      b18270408      b18300714      b18330505
   Thomas K 71
   b18360626

Joshua Dickinson 70
   bm 1807 Jan 25 to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Margaret (nee Green 69) Dickinson
   dm 1807 Jan 29

Sarah Dickinson 70
   bf 1807 Jan 25 to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Margaret (nee Green 69) Dickinson
   df 1807 Jan 29
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Jonathan Dickinson 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Cheeseman 70

William Dickinson 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Hall 70
 with
   Edward H 71

Samuel Dickinson 70
   bm 1783 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Pancoast 70
   bf 1786 ___ __ to
 with Sarah (nee Pancoast 70) Dickinson
   Thomas P 71
   b1813

John Dickinson 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson

Jedidiah Dickinson 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __

Mary Dickinson 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 69 et ux Hannah (nee Hudson 69) Dickinson
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Sarah Dickinson 70
   bf 1783 Apr 05 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R249 P11 L16.
      NJ, Cape_May Co., Middle Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Susan Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Susan)__________________ 30-39FW
 (Sarah)__________________ 30-39FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 p49
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Susan Dickenson            53
 Sarah Dickenson            57
   df 1866 Jan 21 at 82.9.16

Mary Dickinson 70
   bf 1785 Nov 25 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   df 1839 Sep 29

Hannah Dickinson 70
   bf 1788 Aug 10 to John Dickinson 69 et ux Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   mm 1806 Aug 07 Joshua Hildreth 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joshua et ux Zibiah?
   n. Hannah Eliza Hildreth 71 mm 1842 Mar 30 George Washington Walker 71 in
      Cape May, N. J. bm 1816 in N. J. dm 18520912 in CMCH and had 4 children:
      Albert bm184311 dm19220815 mf Emma F. Beatty and resided in Bayville,
         Nassau Co., N. Y.
      Joanna bf1845 df 1938 mm Samuel E. Douglass and lived lives in CMCH.
      Hildreth bm 18471012 dm 19030626 mf Julia Townsend Hewitt and lived in
         Butler Co., Penna.
      Challis bm 18490925 dm19201006 mf Amanda Willets Hand and resided in Port
         Jefferson, N. Y. in later life.
    n. 1826 Jan 28 Washington Whig, John Clarke - Publisher, Index P118.
          Married on the evening of the 21st inst. by Joshua Hildreth, Esq. at
       Mr. Arthur D. Rice's, Mr. Charles Lion, to Miss Betsey Dagg, both of
       County of Cape May.
 with Joshua Hildreth 70
   Hannah Eliza
   b18110810

Elizabeth Dickinson 70
   bf 1791 Jul 29 to John Dickinson 69 et ux Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   mm 1811 Oct 24 Elijah Townsend 70
   bm 1783 Jul 05 Sat to Elijah Townsend 69 et ux Judith (nee Townsend 69)
      Townsend
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R    P253
      NJ, Cape May Co., Dennis Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 Elijah Townsend         40-49M
 (Elizabeth)             30-39F
 (Jehu)                  15-19M
 (Samuel)                10-14M
 (Elinor 12)             10-14F
 (Julian 9)              10-14M
 (William 3)              5-09F
 (John Milton)            0-04M
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R    P29 1 Agriculture
      NJ, Cape May Co., Dennis Twsp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 Elijah Townsend         50-59 M
 (Elizabeth)             50-59 F
 (Elinor)                20-29 F
 (Julia)                 15-19 F
 (William)               10-14 M
 (John Milton)            5-09 M
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R687 P36 269/269
      NJ, Cape May Co., Dennis Township
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 29 M. Beasley
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elijah Townsend            67M Farmer                 4000
 Elizabeth Townsend         59F
 William Townsend           23M Labourer
 Hamilton Townsend          16M Labourer
 Margaret West              15FB                                    S
   wm 1852 Apr 08 New Jersey Archives 1413E rcvd RWC 19911030 from NJA
      Be it Remembered that I, Elijah Townsend, of the County of Cape May
      and State of New Jersey, being in perfect health and memory thanks be to
      each therefore and Calling to mind, the mortality of my body knowing that
      it is Appointed once for all men to die do Make Constitute this to be my
      last will and testament, first giving my Soul unto the hands of almighty
      god, that gave Land my body to the earth from whence it came to be
      decently buried in a Christian like manner at the discretion of my
      Executors to be hereof named and as Touching that Worldly estate there-
      with it hath pleased god, to bless me With in this life.  I Give in
      manner following  Item I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my eldest Son
      John Townsend, that undivided Cedar swamp and Cripple called Shingle neck
      lying in the township of dennis and County Aforesaid, to be divided
      equally divided between them, their heirs and assigns forever.  Item I
      give to the heirs of my second son Samuel Townsend, a lot of bush land,
      formerly a part of the homestead plan lying to the westward of the lone
      bridge ______ adjoining James Hutchins land, on the north Joshua Swain,
      on the South Nathaniel Holmes on the west and said to Contain ten acres or
      thereabouts.  All of which lot I give to the heirs of Samuel Townsend,
      their Heirs and Assigns forever.  Item I give to Eleanor Willson that lot
      of land, Beginning in the middle of the main sea Shoar road, where the
      road, leading from dennis Creek to the ______ Crosses the same thence
      south Sixty two degrees and sixty four paces or five Rods or thereabouts
      to a Corner in the road, thence north forty one degrees, thirty minutes
      West twenty p__chis then north seventy five degrees west one hundred and
      eighty nine perch_ to a stump in the fresh meadow swamp thence north forty
      degrees east nine and half perches to a holly marked for a Corner, thence
      south Twenty four degrees and forty five minutes east two hundred purches
      or thereabout to the Road, leading from dennis Creek to the Sound, and
      thence along the Same to the main shore road, the place of beginning all
      Of which lot I give to Eleanor Willson her heirs and assigns forever.
      Item I give to Julian Morris that lot of ground beginning Beginning in the
      middle of the Sea Shore road where the Road Crosses leading from dennis
      Creek to the Sound, being a Corner of Eleanor Willson lot thence along
      Shore Road to I. Swains line thence along the same westerly to the road,
      leading from dennis Creek to the Sound, all of which lot I give to Julian
      Morris his heirs and assigns forever.  I Also give to Julian Morris that
      piece of land, I purchased of Ruhamah Cresse Beginning at the main Sea
      shoar road, from thence _inding on Joshua Swains line to the Sound, thence
      along the same to the road, now used by the ___ as a private Road, to the
      sound, thence along a road, up to Main shore road thence along  __ road to
      the beginning, all of which I Give to Julian Morris his heirs and assigns
      forever.  On the aforesaid premises that I have demised to Jullian Morris
      there is a large [ white bed], A Valuable Companion for improving the land
      and to all my heirs I give equal privilege to the same for that purpose.
      And if any of my heirs should bring in any accounts or demands against me
      or my estate without my signature to the same I do hereby van all such
      accounts and disa___ the same and forever exclude them from any right
      ____ ____ or Claim Whatsoever to the before mentioned premisses.  Item I
      give to my two sons William Townsend and John Milton Townsend the
      plantation on where I now live equal in value I give to William Townsend,
      the southermost part adjoining Zebulon Townsends line.  I give to John
      Milton Townsend, Northerly part to be enjoyed by them their heirs and
      assigns forever and if I should decease before my wife Elizabeth I then
      give her all my aforesaid Estate to be enjoyed by her forever.  And I do
      hereby An_ti___ and appoint John Milton Townsend and Julian Morris my
      executors to this my last will and Testament and I do hereby disallow
      ______ and _________ all former wills and testaments by me heretofore
      made.  Ratifying and Confirming this and no Other to be my last Will and
      testament in witness whereof, I the said Elijah Townsend, have hereunto
      set my hand and Seal and do publish, pronounce and declare this to ^as^
      my last will and Testament this eighth day of April In the Year of Our
      Lord, One thousand, Eight hundred and fifty two - 1852. Signed, sealed,
      published, announced and declared by the Said, Elijah Townsend, to be his
      last will and Testament in the presence of __ the Subscribers: Elijah
      Townsend, John York, Thomas Combes, and Louisa Grace.  Proved 1857 Mar 21
      and recorded in Surrogates Office in Book of Wills, PP 372, 373, 374.
   dm 1857 Mar 10 interred Asbury Meeting House - Rt. 9, Seaview, NJ
   n. 1860 U. S. Census Elizabeth (nee Dickinson 70) Townsend is with son John
      Milton Townsend 71
   df 1880 Jan 01 interred Asbury Meeting House - Rt. 9, Seaview, NJ
 with Elizabeth (nee Dickenson 70) Townsend
   Jehu 71        Samuel 71      Eleanor 71     Julie Ann 71   William 71
   b18120306      b18130704      b18180314      b18210904      b18270225
   John Milton 71
   b18330714

Susannah Dickinson 70
   bf 1794 Jan 12 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   n. Wove the family birthdates that hangs in a frame at the Cape May
      Historical Society.  Photographed 2002 by RWC75.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R249 P11 L16.
      NJ, Cape_May Co., Middle Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Susan Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Susan)__________________ 30-39FW
 (Sarah)__________________ 30-39FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 p49
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Susan Dickenson            53
 Sarah Dickenson            57
   wf 1868 Mar 05 NJA 1682E In the name of God Amen.  I, Susan Dickerson, late
      of the Middle Township, now residing at Cape Island, in the County of Cape
      May and State of New Jersey, being of sound mind and memory, do make and
      publish and declare this to be my last will and testament in manner and
      form as follows.
      My soul I surrender to the God who gave it, humbly relying upon his
      mercies, through the merits of Christ our redeemer who will abundently
      pardon all who come to him believing.  My body I leave to be intered at
      the discretion of my executor hereinafter named.
      Such worldly goods as I may disposed of, I will and bequeath, after all my
      just debts are paid, to my niece Mary E. Church, the present wife of
      Jeremiah Church of Cape Island.  All that certain house and lot of land
      containing about twenty seven acres more or less which was formerly the
      property of the late Doctor Dickerson, deceased, situated in the Middle
      Township, adjoining lands of Tho's Evans, Reuben Stevens Dec'd, Daniel
      Chambers and William Garrison and Stephen Leaming.  Also I give and
      bequeath to the aforesaid Mary E. Church all my personal, or movable
      property of every description.
      I do hereby constitute and appoint Jeremiah Church my Executor to this my
      last will and testament hereby revoking all wills heretofore made by me.
      In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fifth day of
      March Eighteen hundred and sixty eight, 1868.
      Witness: Sam'l S. Marcy, Aaron Garretson, Smith Church.
      The author of the will appears to be Sam'l S. March and the signature is
      Susan Dickinson. - RWC75
      Codacil -
   df 1874 May 20 at 80.4.8

John Dickinson 70
   bm 1796 Nov 22 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   mf 1816 Dec 26 Elizabeth Hickman 70, by Rev. Jenken David, Pastor of the
      Baptist Church of Cape May, all of Cape May.  NJ_CMHS_BR published by
      Jesper Harding, Philadelphia 1851.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P242 L  .
      NJ, Cape_May Co., Middle Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Elizabeth)____________ 30-39FW
 (John)_________________ 05-09MW
 (Eliza)________________ 05-09FW
 (William T)____________ 00-04MW
 (Jonathan)_____________ 00-04MW
 (f)____________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1850 Dec 01 at 54.12.9
 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson
   Mary P 71      John 71        Eliza 71       William T 71   Jonathan 71
   b18190909      b18211112      b18230430      b18250727      b18271111
   Thomas H 71
   b18300507

Wade Dickinson 70
   bm 1799 Sep 30 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69)
      Dickinson
   mf 1822 Jan 26 Patience Cresse 70
   bf 1803
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P242 L19.
      NJ, Cape_May Co., Middle Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Wade Dickerson           /1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Wade)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Patience)_____________ 15-19FW
 (Philemon)_____________ 05-09MW
 (Nathaniel)____________ 05-09MW
 (George)_______________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R249 P2 L13.
      NJ, Cape_May Co., Lower Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Wade Dickerson           /0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Wade)___________________ 40-49MW
 (Patience)_______________ 30-39FW
 (Philemon)_______________ 15-19MW
 (Nathaniel)______________ 15-19MW
 (George)_________________ 10-14MW
 (Wade)___________________ 10-14MW
   c. 1850 Census R446 p62
      New Jersey, Cape May County R446 Lower Township
 Wade Dickenson             50
 Patience                   47
   dm 1875
 with Patience (nee Cresse 70) Dickinson
   Philemon 71    Nathaniel 71   George 71      Wade 71        Louise 71
   b18220917      b18240921      b18280420      b18301015      b

Nathaniel Dickinson 70
   bm 1802 May 01 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   dm 1802 Jun 20

Nathaniel Dickinson 70
   bm 1803 Jun 03 to John Dickinson 69 and Mary (nee Powers 69) Dickinson
   mf 183_ ___ __ Martha Elliott 70
   bf 1816 Mar 25
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 p49
      New Jersey, Cape May County Middle Township
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Nathaniel Dickenson        43
 Martha                     34
   dm 1882 Aug 31
   df 1891 Dec 29
 with Martha (nee Elliott 70) Dickinson
   Mary E 71      Joseph E 71    Martha A 71    Sarah E 71     Nathaniel 71
   b18390314      b18400708      b18411010      b18430804      b18450408
   Hannah 71      Nathaniel 71   John 71        Pennington 71  Charles D 71
   b18460426      b18481014      b18510929      b18531024      b18590307
   Emma C 71
   b18570417

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Nathaniel Dickinson 70
   bm 1789 ___ __ to Wade Dickinson 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Fixler 69)
      Dickinson 69
   n. of Salem County

Sophia Dickinson 70
   bf ____ ___ __ to Wade Dickinson 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Fixler 69)
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Joshua Dickinson 71
   bm 1821 Sep 06 to Thomas Dickinson 70  et ux Margaret (nee Dickinson 70)
      Dickinson
   dm ____ ___ __ at advanced age, never married. LDR.

Edward Dickinson 71
   bm 1824 Jul 17 to Thomas Dickinson 70  et ux Margaret (nee Dickinson 70)
      Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Sumerill 71
   dm 1907 Dec 21
 with Rebecca (nee Summerill 71) Dickinson
   Margaret 72    Laura 72       Elizabeth 72   Caroline 72
   b              b              b              b

Mary Dickinson 71
   bf 1827 Apr 08 to Thomas Dickinson 70  et ux Margaret (nee Dickinson 70)
      Dickinson

Thomas Dickinson 71
   bm 1830 Jul 14 to Thomas Dickinson 70  et ux Margaret (nee Dickinson 70)
      Dickinson
   dm 1832 Aug 14

Charles Dickinson 71
   bm 1833 May 05 to Thomas Dickinson 70  et ux Margaret (nee Dickinson 70)
      Dickinson

Thomas Kelly Dickinson 71
   bm 1836 Jun 26 to Thomas Dickinson 70  et ux Margaret (nee Dickinson 70)
      Dickinson

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Edward Hall Dickinson 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 70 et ux Mary (nee Hall 70) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __
   n. 2006/04/08 I am the great great granddaughter of edward hall dickinson who
      left in nj 1831, settled in mckean co, pa, town of norwich.  his parents
      were william and mary hall dickinson. .... he was one the top hunters and
      trappers in the state and written about in books of pa by henry shoemaker
      who traveled to this area to interview him. have a portrait of him as a
      young man.  Would like to find other members of this family.  cmb
      Ref: e-mail of this date.
 with
   _ 72

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Thomas P. Dickinson 71
   bm 1813 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 70 et ux Sarah (nee Pancoast 70) Dickinson
   mf ____ ___ __ Joanna Hildreth 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Hildreth 70 et ux Anna (nee Waddington 70)
      Hildreth.
   n. Dr. Thomas P. Dickinson, native of Pilesgrove
   n. History of Glou., Salem & Cumb Co., - Cushing & Sheppard.
 with Joanna (nee Hildreth 71) Dickinson
   A M P V H 72   Thomas  72     Hildreth 72
   b              b              b

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Mary P. Dickinson 71
   bf 1819 Sep 09 to John Dickinson 70 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson

John Dickinson 71
   bm 1821 Nov 12 to John Dickinson 70 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson

Eliza Dickinson 71
   bf 1823 Apr 30 to John Dickinson 70 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson

William T. Dickinson 71
   bm 1825 Jul 27 to John Dickinson 70 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson

Jonathan Dickinson 71
   bm 1827 Nov 11 to John Dickinson 70 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson

Thomas H. Dickinson 71
   bm 1830 May 07 to John Dickinson 70 with Elizabeth (nee Hickman 70) Dickinson

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Philemon Dickinson 71
   bm 1822 Sep 17 to Wade Dickinson 70 et ux Patience (nee Cresse 70) Dickinson

Nathaniel Dickinson 71
   bm 1824 Sep 21 to Wade Dickinson 70 et ux Patience (nee Cresse 70) Dickinson

George Dickinson 71
   bm 1828 Apr 20 to Wade Dickinson 70 et ux Patience (nee Cresse 70) Dickinson
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Dickenson           23
 Jane                       21
 Philomena                2/12

Wade Dickinson 71
   bm 1830 Oct 15 to Wade Dickinson 70 et ux Patience (nee Cresse 70) Dickinson

Louise Dickinson 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to Wade Dickinson 70 et ux Patience (nee Cresse 70) Dickinson

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Mary E. Dickinson 71
   bf 1839 Mar 14 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Jeremiah Church 71
   mm ____ ___ __ Ivey 71
   df 1910 Sep 17

Joseph E. Dickinson 71
   bm 1840 Jul 08 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

Martha Ann Dickinson 71
   bf 1841 Oct 10 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson
   mm 1868 Feb 12 Charles Douglass Stephens 71
   bm 1841 Mar 21
   df 1909 Nov 04
   dm 1915 Oct 01
 with Charles Douglas Stephens 71
   Amos C 72      Clara E 72
   b18730225      b18740804
   d19011219

Sarah Elizabeth Dickinson 71
   bf 1843 Aug 04 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ John Spencer 71
   n. son Henry m. Katie Reeves
 with John Spencer 71
   Henry 72

Nathaniel Dickinson 71
   bm 1845 Apr 08
   dm 1845 May 08

Hannah Dickinson 71
   bf 1846 Apr 26 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

Nathaniel Dickinson 71
   bm 1848 Oct 14 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

John Dickinson 71
   bm 1851 Sep 29 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

Pennington Dickinson 71
   bm 1853 Oct 24 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

Charles D. Dickinson 71
   bm 1855 Mar 07 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

Emma C. Dickinson 71
   bf 1857 Apr 17 to Nathaniel Dickinson 70 and Martha (nee Elliott 70)
      Dickinson

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Margaret Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Dickinson 71 et ux Rebecca (nee Summerill 71)
      Dickinson

Laura Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Dickinson 71 et ux Rebecca (nee Summerill 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ J. Lenhart Rice 72 in Bridgeton, NJ.
   n. LDR as source of genealogy is Laura (nee Dickinson) Rice
   n. lived in Bridgeton

Elizabeth Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Dickinson 71 et ux Rebecca (nee Summerill 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Powers 72 in Pennsgrove, NJ.
   n. lived in Penns Grove, N. J.

Caroline Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Dickinson 71 et ux Rebecca (nee Summerill 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Alpheus Newell 72

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A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72
   bm 1842 Sep 29 to Thomas P. Dickinson 71 et ux Joanna at Hancock's Bridge,
      Salem Co., N.J.  Much information on this line courtesy Frank Fekel.
      Auxencico "Oxie" Maria Pena Venezuela Hildreth Dickinson.
   mf 1870 Feb 22 Mary Jane Springer 72 in Salem, N.J.
   bf 1844 Sep 16 to James S. Springer 71 et ux Lydia (nee Lodge 71) Springer
   dm 1879 Jun 15 after being in ill health for much of his adult life.
   df 1918 Feb 02
   n. 2006/04/09 from FF via NJGF: Mary Jane Springer 542
      1. Springer-Dickeson Bible transcription [b, d, m and parents of AMPVH
         Dickeson and his children, at SCHS]
      2. Salem Co. Court House, Clerk's Office, marriage file 37 [mar. of
         Mary Jane]
      3. Cushing & Sheppard, pp. 325, 349 [elected positions, biography of
         AMPVH]
      4. 1870 US Census, Salem Co., Mannington Twp., NJ, p. 63 [Mary and sister]
      5. 1885 NJ Census, Salem Co., Lower Alloway Creek Twp., p. 21 [Mary
         and 3 children]
 with Mary Jane (nee Springer 72)
   Wilbur F 73    J. Hildreth 73 Wilbur S 73    Anne 73        Cornelia S 73
   b18710517      b18720914      b18750120      b18770130      b18781102

Wilbur F. S. Dickinson 73
   bm 1871 May 17 to A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72 et ux Mary Jane (nee
      Springer 72) Dickinson
   dm 1871 Sep. 12

J. Hildreth Dickinson 73
   bm 1872 Sep 14 to A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72 et ux Mary Jane (nee
      Springer 72) Dickinson
   dm 1918 May 12

Wilbur S. Dickinson 73
   bm 1875 Jan 20 to A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72 et ux Mary Jane (nee
      Springer 72) Dickinson
   mf<1915 ___ __ Mary S. Richmond
   dm 1921 Sep. 29

Anne Dickinson 73
   bf 1877 Jan 30 to A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72 et ux Mary Jane (nee
      Springer 72) Dickinson
   df>1884

Cornelia S. Dickinson
   bf 1878 Nov 02 to A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72 et ux Mary Jane (nee
      Springer 72)
   df 1884 Aug 05

LINKAGE END 00  The "Physician" John Dickinson of Salem/Cape May NJ

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Wade Dickinson _
   n. 2007/05/17 Thursday Press of Atlantic City, NJ.
      .............. was not able to get everything he wanted. He said he pushed
      for the removal of a utility pole at Exit 0 that was a factor in several
      fatal accidents. In 2005 Wildwood Crest resident Steven Scholz died after
      hitting the pole. In 2006 Lower Township resident Wade Dickinson died
      after hitting the same pole. The pole is just after the parkway ends on
      Route 109, .....

Hannah Dickinson _
   bf~1804
   mm ____ ___ __ William Tozer _, Dolores' line, data here from her.
   bm~1804
   n. Rebecca Tozer 1825-1911 mm Silas Franklin "Frank" Langley and had
      Margaret, John Tozour Langley, Richard Tozour Langley, Charles, Victoria
      and Hannah.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R    P L
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 22, F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Toucer
 Hannah
 Isabella
 Victoria
   wm 1888 wife is called Rebecca, so perhaps his middle name is David.
   n. wife is called Rebecca in his will, so perhaps his middle name is David.
      note Rebecca Dickson to David Towser marriage.
 with William Tozer _
   Rebecca _
   b1825

Rebecca Dickson _
   mm 1835 Dec 10 David Towser _ of Cumberland Co. NJ_GCMR P191.

James Dickerson _
   mf 1810 Aug 26 Rebecca Connelly _, both of Salem Co. NJ_GCMR P72.

Charles C. Dickinson _
   mf 1848 Mar 23 Mary Ann Peterson _. NJ_GCMR P72.

George M. Dickinson _
   mf 1863 Feb 01 Elizabeth Clark _ of Newton, he of Philadelphia. NJ_GCMR P72.

_ Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   n. 1811 Apr 11 The deposition of Sarah Dickinson states that her son,
      John Dickinson, twenty-two years old and born in Philadelphia, sailed
      in 1809 June for Liverpool and that she had been informed that he was
      impressed and detained on board one of the British ships of war.
      Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration
      1992 Spring, Vol. 24, No. 1 Genealogical Fallout from the War of 1812
      By Ruth Priest Dixon c 1992 Ruth Priest Dixon
 with Sarah
   John _
   b1789

Azariah Dickerson _
   mf 1772 Dec 09 Elizabeth Linsey _ Trinity P. E. Church Records, NJ_GCMR P213.

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf
   mm ____ ___ __ James Ayres Dare _.  He the third.
   bm
   n. Hannah Jane Dare mm 1868 Sep 05 James VanMeter Garrison bm 18441024 in
      Pole Tavern, Upper Pittsgrove Twp., Salem, NJ.   Desc. of Cpt Wm Dare of
      NJ.
 with James Ayres Dare _
   Hannah Jane _
   b 1851 Oct 04

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   ld 1703 Nov 30 NJ_PLD B_Sal_7 P171
      Grantor: John_Dickason_ux
      Grantee: John_Stevens_ux
      Description: Joining_Salem_Creek,_Salem

   ld 1719 Aug 20 NJ_PLD B_D P204
      Grantor: John_Champneys
      Grantee: John_Dickison_Jr
      Description: Salem

   ld 1720 Mar 20 NJ_PLD B_D P206
      Grantor: John_Dickison_Jr
      Grantee: Isaac_Vanmeter
      Description: Salem

   ld 1724 Jan 16 NJ_PLD B_D P454
      Grantor: Jonathan_Dickinson
      Grantee: William_Cooper
      Description: Newton,_Gloucester

   ld 1724 Jan 17 NJ_PLD B_D P456
      Grantor: Jonathan_Dickinson
      Grantee: William_Cooper
      Description: Newton,_Gloucester

   ld 1755 Jan 18 NJ_PLD B_T P103
      Grantor: West_New_Jersey_Society
      Grantee: Mary_Dickinson
      Description: 2_Tracts,_Salem

   ld 1755 Jul 23 NJ_PLD B_T P105
      Grantor: George_Dickinson_ux
      Grantee: Joseph_Snething
      Description: Salem

   ld 1776 Dec 23 NJ_PLD B_A-O P137
      Grantor: William_Dickinson_al
      Grantee: John_Clarkson
      Description: Roxbury,_Morris

   ld 1776 Dec 24 NJ_PLD B_A-O P141
      Grantor: William_Dickinson_al
      Grantee: John_Clarkson
      Description: Roxbury,_Morris

   ld 1776 Dec 27 NJ_PLD B_A-W P38
      Grantor: William_Dickinson_al
      Grantee: Richard_Ware
      Description: Roxbury,_Morris

   ld 1776 Dec 28 NJ_PLD B_A-W P40
      Grantor: William_Dickinson_al
      Grantee: Richard_Ware
      Description: Roxbury,_Morris

   ld 1845 Aug 30 NJ_PLD B_A-X P268
      Grantor: Elizabeth_Dickinson
      Grantee: Archibald_J._Cozens
      Description: Manington,_Salem


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John E. T. Dickason _
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma E. _
   bf 1852 Oct 12
   df 1878 Jul 19 at 26 interred Old Stone Presbyterian Church, Fairton, NJ.

Samuel Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Esther Coles _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Coles _ et ux Margaret, youngest child.
 with Esther (nee Coles _) Dickinson, one child
   Joseph
   b

Sarah Dickenson _
   mm 1865 Oct 12 Thomas Locke _. NJ_GCMR P126.

Susannah Dickenson _
   mm 1814 Oct 20 Samuel Hillman _. NJ_GCMR P104.

Mary Ann Dickerson _
   mm 1836 Aug 14 Joshua Hews _. NJ_GCMR P103.

_ Dickerson _
   mm 1811 May 18 Isaac S. Collins _. NJ_GCMR P61.

Grace M. Dickeson _
   mm 1861 Mar 21 Mark Miller _, she a widow of Woodstown. NJ_GCMR P135.

Harriet Dickinson _
   mm 1866 Apr 26 James Seaman _, both of Salem Co. NJ_GCMR P165.

Rachel Dickinson _
   mm 1829 Mar 10 Charles Brown _. NJ_GCMR P46.

Rachel B. Dickinson _
   mm 1857 Mar 10 Elias Stewart _. NJ_GCMR P181.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 02  John Dickinson/Lydia


John Dickinson 07
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia _ 07
   n. 1773 Feb 27 cf Third haven MM in Maryland in behalf of John Dickinson et
      ux Lydia his wife dated 1772 Sep 25. DE_K&SCVR P28
 with Lydia
   Thomas 08      Jonathan 08    Elizabeth 08   Rachel 08      Mary 08
   b17730425      b17760306      b17780305      b17800415      b17810902
   Lydia 08       Harrison 08
   b17830205      b17850106
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Thomas Dickinson 08
   bm 1773 Apr 25 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia

Jonathan Dickinson 08
   bm 1776 Mar 06 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia

Elizabeth Dickinson 08
   bf 1778 Mar 05 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia

Rachel Dickinson 08
   bf 1780 Apr 15 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia
   df 1780 Sep 07

Mary Dickinson 08
   bf 1781 Sep 02 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia
   df 1781 11m

Lydia Dickinson 08
   bf 1783 Feb 05 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia
   df 1784 Jun 21

Harrison Dickinson 08
   bm 1785 Jan 06 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Lydia

LINKAGE END 02  John Dickinson/Lydia
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William Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf 1776 Nov 06 Mary Ballinger _, he of Gloucester Co., NJ.  NJA_MR.
      also Dickesons, Dickason (John, Wm., Thomas)
      NJ_GCMR/A P9.
   wm 1809 Oct 01 NJA v41, p109 et ux Mary and children Martha, Samuel, Jane.
      1812 Feb 12 Proved.  Thomas Dickinson mentioned.
 with Mary (nee Ballinger _) Dickinson
   Martha _       Samuel _       Jane _
   b              b              b

Frances Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   w. 1810 Oct 18 NJA v41 p108

Kelley Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   wm 1814 Apr 08 NJA v42 p130 of Upper Alloways Ck. Twsp., Salem Co.
      et ux Sarah.  Wit.: Benj. Thompson, Tho. Eldridge, David Dickinson.
      1814 Apr 18 proved.

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David Dickeson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca _ _

David Dickinson _
   bm 1746
   mf<1798 ___ __ Kesiah Brick _
   bf~1769 ___ __ to William Brick _ et ux Rachel (nee Dare _) Brick, he the son
      of William.
 with Kesiah
   Rebecca _      Hannah _       Rachel _
   ~1792          b1798          b1801

Hannah Dickinson _
   bf 1798 ___ __ to David Dickinson _ et ux Kesiah (nee Brick _) Dickinson
   mm 1815 Nov 22 David Johnson _ he at 20, she at 17 by Rv. G. W. Janvier, all
      of Pittsgrove, Salem Co.,   WW18151204
   bm 1795 ___ __ to

Rachel Dickinson _
   bf 1801 ___ __ to David Dickinson _ et ux Kesiah (nee Brick _) Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard Fisher _
 with
   Samuel _
   b1836

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Nathaniel Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   wm 1761 Jun 27 ANJ v33 p116 of Manington, Salem Co., Int.  Adm'x - Sarah
      Dickinson, widow.  Fellowbondsmen - John Thompson and William Harvey,
      yeomen;  all of said place.
      1761 May 29 Inventory, #66.13.4, made by Nathaniel Hall and William
      Harvey.  Lib.10 p435

Mark Dickinson _
   wm 1757 Jun 25 ANJ v  p94 of Alloways Creek, Salem Co.  Int. Bond of
      Margreat Dickinson (Dickerson) as Adm'x; John Holme fellowbondsman,
      both of said Co.  Lib9 P80  1757 Jun 25 Inventory #290.11.7 by John
      Holme and William Oakford.
   n. 1770 Lib14 P400  William, s. Mark, ward 1770.
 with Margaret
   William

William Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   ld 1821 Dec 04 NJ_GCDR B_JJ P487 Rec. 1822 Dec 10 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC@GCHS
      Grantor: Elizabeth Foster of the City of Philadelphia, PA.
      Grantee: William Dickinson of the same place.
      Transaction: $280 for 36 square perches in Deptford Twp., NJ.
      Description: Land situate in Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      ... middle of the main street in Woodbury in the line of land belonging
      to Thomas Corson's? late Keene's land;
      Thence along the same, S63:10E 10C99.5L to a stone on said line, .. corner
      to Jesse Lawrence? lot;
      Thence still by the same, N58:20W 2C99L to another stone in the middle of
      _ street to a corner, also to said Lawrence lot;
      Thence along the middle of said street, S31:40W 91.5L to the Place-of-
      Beginning containing 36 square perches of ground be the same more or less
      being the same premises the said Elizabeth Foster purchased of said
      William ? and wife by deed 1822 ...
      Signed: Elizabeth Foster
      Witness: Macom? Grover?
      Clerk: Foster
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P78 L25.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Deptford Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Wm Dickerson             /1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


John Dickinson _
   ld 1840 Jul 13 NJ_GCDR BX3 P61
      Richard Fetters to John Dickinson

Karl Dickinson _
   n. Curator of the "Cape May Historical Society 19__ - 19__"
 with
   K Wade         Brian

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson
   mm 1823 Apr 20 David B. Tomlinson _ near Sharptown, NJ by Rv. Mr. Aiken of
      Sharptown, NJ   WW

John Dickinson _
   n. 1827 Nov 29 married Mr. William Smith to Miss Rebecca Hewett, all of
      Pittsgrove, NJ
   mf 1815 Feb 25 Sarah Craig _    dates?

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Charles Dickinson _
   mf 1872 Feb 01 Anna S. Sedden _ he of Cross Keys, Glou. Co, she of Unionville
      Glou. Co. at Chas. Davidsons by S. C. Chattin. Wit. Samuel H. Callahan,
      R. B. Callahan.

John Dickinson _
   n. 1804-1813 John Dickinson MEMBER OF THE GENERAL FREE ASSEMBLY OF WEST NEW
      JERSEY FOR THE SALEM TENTH. from SQuinn

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Thomas Dickinson _
    mf 17420630 Jane Hanson _ L.  PAS2V9

William Dickinson _
    mf 17430406 Katherine Harris _ PAS2V9

James Dickinson _
    mf 17681001 Elizabeth Myers _ PAS2V9 P85.

Anna Dickinson _
    mm 17991114 Isaac Folwell _ PAS2V9 P187.

Abel Dickinson _
    mf 180409__ Keturah Griggs _ PAS2V9 P187 2nd Presbyterian.

Joshua Dickinson _
    mf 18060901 Elizabeth Lesher _ PAS2V9 P187 2nd Presbyterian.

John Dickinson _
    mf 18000704 Amy Taylor _ PAS2V9 P187 2nd Presbyterian.

George Dickinson _
   mf 1730 Nov 13 Rebecca Leader _ both of Phil.  NJA_MR

Joseph Dickinson _
   mf 1765 Jul 18 Hannah Smith _ he of Salem Co., she of Cumberland Co. NJA_MR,
      NJ_CuCMR BA

Joseph Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _
   mf 1872 Jan 21 Louisa Garrison _

Nathaniel Dickinson _
   mf 1804 Jan 10 Sarah Corson _. NJ_CMCMR BA P18.

Nathaniel Dickinson _
   mf 1838 Jan 07 Martha Elliot _. NJ_CMCMR BA P46.

Joseph E. Dickinson _
   mf 1869 Jul 04 Sallie J. Johnson _. NJ_CMCMR BB P72.


   Revolutionary Census of New Jersey - Keun Stryker/Rodda - Federal Archives
      Ft. Worth, Texas.
      There are no listed Dickerson names in 1850 NJ, Cape May Co.

   LIST I   1773 & 1774
   P. 32 George                SaVA      Salem County
         James                 BE,SaVA
         Jane  (Dickson?)      SaPl
         John                  SaVa,SaSa
         Joseph (Dickson?)     SaPl
         Sidonia               SaSa
         Thomas                SaM
         William               SaPl,SaUA

   LIST II  1778 - 1780
      Dickenson
         Daniel                MrH
      Dickerson
         John                  MrM
         Peter, Cpt            MrM
         Abraham
         Benjamin
         Charles
         Daniel
         Daniel, Jr.
         Erastus
         John
         Joshua
         Moses
         Nathaniel
         Thomas
         Walter
         Dickerson/Dickinson
         Jonathan

   LIST III
         Dickinson
         Barnard               EN
         Brainard              EES
         David
         John
         Job, Jr.
         Job, Sr.
         Jonathan              EN
         Nathaniel             EES
         Philemon              HTr       Trenton, Hunterdon Co.


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Aaron Dickinson _
   n. Louisa Dickinson P271  Margaret Dickinson P490 Samuel Dickinson P313 Aaron
      P302 others P3,375 - St. George ME Church Mar Bap Bur 1785-1856.
      LDS0387887.

Joseph Dickinson 10
   bm~1676 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 09 et ux at Oyster Bay, LI, N. Y.
      bm to Elizabeth Howland  2
      b to John 1
   n. 1715 Sep 12 serted in the company commanded by Capt. Samuel Dickinson, at
      Oyster Bay, Queens Co., N. Y. (EVH - CMHS).
   n. See bible record of his descendants in Marguerite Dickinson's -
      Descendants of Capt. John Dickinson and Elizabeth Howland.
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ 10
   wm 1737 Apr 16 NJA V23 P139 of Monmouth Co., NJ, yeoman.  Bond of
      Zebulon Dickinson as administrator of the estate of; George Hulett
      fellow bondsman.
   wm 1737 Apr 26 NJA V30 P143 of Monmouth Co., yeoman.  Adm'r Zebulon
      Dickinson.  Int. Lib C P159
      1737 Mar 27, Apr 9 Inventory L16.01.6 made by John Williams and Amos
      Pettit, chosen by the widow, Hannah Dickinson.  States it was of estate
      "of Joseph Dickinson, late of Shrewsbury."
 with
   Joseph 11      Robert 11      John 11        Zebulon 11     Arnell 11
   ~1697          b1700          b              b1712          b1721
   Rosamund 11    Anna 11
   b1724          b

Henry Dickinson 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux at Oyster Bay, LI, N. Y.
      bm to Elizabeth Howland  2
      b to John 1
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Weeks 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Weeks _ et ux Anna (nee Carpenter _) Weeks
      Cocks Gen P385.
   dm 1733 Mar 31 - 1733 May 02. Will names wife, but no children.
   mm 1735 ___ __ Robert Barker _. Hinshaw V3 P407

Joseph Dickinson __
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY.

Robert Dickinson __
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY.

John Dickinson __
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY.

Arnell Dickinson __
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY.

Zebulon Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY.
   mf 1732 May 05 Joyce Hance _ (Rejoyce) at Francis Borden's house, Shrewsbury,
      both of Shrewsbury, NJ.  Attended by his parents: Joseph & Hannah.
   mf 1747 Sep 10 Mary Doughty _ at Flushing, LI, NY her father deceased.
   bf ____ ___ __ Charles Doughty _ of Flushing, LI, NY
 with Mary (nee Doughty _) Dickinson

Rosamund Dickinson __
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY. (Rosanna)
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Washburn _

Anna Dickinson __
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux Hannah , his father deceased
      and of Oyster Bay, LI, NY.
   m. ____ ___ __ _ Waters _


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LINKAGE BEGIN 03  Jonathan Dickinson/Mary of Philadelphia


Jonathan Dickinson 05
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 05
   n. Jonathan Dickinson is the Court Clerk for a great many Philadelphia
      Exemplification (land deeds, grantor to grantee) records.
   ld 1697 Mar 13 B7 P140 LDS#0021872
      Grantor:  Joseph Blake, Esq., Governor of Province of Carolina and
      James Stanyan of Colleton Co., said province appoint Jonathan Dickinson,
      merchant, now sojourning in said province and late of the island of
      Jamaica, attorney as they are executors of the last will and testament of
      Thomas Bolton, late of Charles Town, said province.
   ld 1700 Sep 03 land on the bank of the Delaware
      Grantor:  Charles Reed
      Grantee:  Jonathan Dickinson, a merchant
   ld P201  1084 acres + 100 per of City of Philadelphia, Northern part of my
      Manor of Springetsbury near said city.
      Grantor: William Penn
      Grantee: Jonathan Dickinson, Gentleman
   ld 1701 Oct 31 Philadelphia Deeds B6 P230 Jonathan Dickinson witness to
      Laetitia Penn
   n. 1730 February 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #318
      ON Wednesday the Twenty fifth of this Instant February, at
      Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Coffee house in
      Philadelphia, will be exposed to Sale by publick Vendue, Two
      Tracts of Land, Late the Estate of Jonathan Dickinson, Esq;
      deceased; one of which Tracts lies to the southward of the
      City of Philadelphia, and on the East side of the River
      Skuylkil, containing about One Hundred and Thirty three Acres.
      The other located in the Northern Liberties of Philadelphia,
      on the East side of the KingHighway, commonly called
      Wissahickon Road, adjoining to the Lands lately belonging to
      Richard Hill, Esq; deceased, containing about Three hundred
      and Twenty four Acres; which said two Tracts of Land are taken
      in Execution, and to be sold by Philad. Feb. 13. 1729-30. CHA.
      READ, Sher.
   n. 1742 Aug 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5386
      To be SOLD, By Publick Vendue, on the Eleventh Day of September next, at
      the Coffee house, in Philadelphia, FOR sterling Money, in good Bills of
      Exchange, by Clement Hope, by Virtue of a Deed from the Executors of
      Jonathan Dickinson, late of this City, deceased, all that Tenement,
      situate on Society Hill, which lately had a Messuage thereon, and was
      formerly in the Possession of Abel Tudor; and all those Lots
      of Land thereto belonging, lying in two Parcels, one of which
      Parcels contains in breadth two hundred four foot and a half,
      and in breadth from the Place formerly called King street 250
      feet, bounded Eastward with the River Delaware, Southward with
      Land late of Richard Edge, Westward with King street and
      Northward with the Land formerly reputed to be Joseph
      Growden: And the other of the said Parcels contains in
      breadth 150 feet, and in length 303 feet, bounded Eastward
      with the said King street, Southward with Cedar street,
      Westward with Front street, and northward with the reputed
      Land of Joseph Growden.
 with Mary (nee _ 05) Dickinson
   Jonathan 06    Joseph 06      John 06
   b16950112      b16980204      b17010127

Jonathan Dickinson 06
   bm 1695 Jan 12 to Jonathan Dickinson 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Dickinson
      Merchant of Philadelphia. NYMM PA_PCB P115
   mf 1716 Aug 03 Hannah Rodman _ at Flushing, LI, NY NYMM
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Rodman _ Dr. NYMM
   n. certificate of clear - preserved. NYMM
 with Hannah (nee Rodman _) Dickinson

Joseph Dickinson 06
   bm 1698 Feb 04 to Jonathan Dickinson 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Dickinson
      PA_PCB P115

John Dickinson 06
   bm 1701 Jan 27 to Jonathan Dickinson 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Dickinson
      PA_PCB P115


LINKAGE END 03  Jonathan Dickinson/Mary of Philadelphia

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LINKAGE BEGIN 04  Nathaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield, Connecticut


Nathaniel Dickinson 14
   n. 1637 in Wethersfield, 1645 town clerk, 1646-56 representative and a
      deacon.  GDFSNE.
      1659 moved to Hadley and was a deacon.
      1661 freeman, lived a few years at Hatfield, but returned to live at
      Hadley.
   dm 1676 Jun 16.
 with
   John 15        Joseph 15      Thomas 15      Hannah 15      Samuel 15
   b              b              b              b              b1638
   Obadiah 15     Nathaniel 15   Nehemiah 15    Hezekiah 15    Azariah 15
   b16410415      b164308        ~1644          b164602        b16481004

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John Dickinson 15
   bm<1638 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux in England. GDFSNE.
   n. 1648 of Wethersfield
   mf 1648 ___ __ Frances Foote 63.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Foote 14 et ux Elizabeth (nee Deming 62) Foote of
      Wethersfield, third daughter.
   n. 1659 he removed to Hadley.
   dm>1676 before his father.
   mm 1677 Aug 21 Francis Barnard 15 of Hadley as his second wife, widower and
      widow.
 with Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson
   Hannah 16      Mary 16        John 16        Jonathan 16    Sarah 16
   b16481206      b              b              b              b
   Elizabeth 16   Rebecca 16     Abigail 16     Mercy 16       Mehitabel 16
   b              b1658          b              b              b

Joseph Dickinson 15
   bm<1638 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux, perhaps in England. GDFSNE.
   n. 1657 freeman of Connecticut before moving from Wethersfield.
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Bracy 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to, sister of John and Thomas Bracy 15 and granddaughter of
      William Bisby of London.
   n. He removed to Northfield.
   dm 1675 Sep 05 with Capt. Beers, killed by the Indians at Northfield.
 with Phebe (nee Bracy 15) Dickinson
   Samuel 16      Joseph 16      Nathaniel 16   John 16        Azariah 16
   b1666          b1668          b1670          b1672          b1674

Thomas Dickinson 15
   bm<1638 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux, perhaps in England. GDFSNE.
   n. 1657 freeman of Connecticut before his family removed from Wethersfield.
   n. 1661 freeman of Massachusetts.
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Crow 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Crow 14 of Hartford.
   dm 1716
 with Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
   Elizabeth 16   Hannah 16      Thomas 16      Esther 16      Mehitable 16
   b1668          b1670          b1672          b1674          b1675
   Nathaniel 16   Elihu 16       Ebenezer 16
   b1675          b              b

Hannah Dickinson 15
   bf<1638 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux, perhaps in England. GDFSNE.
   mm 1670 ___ __ John Clary 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Clary 14
   n. Hannah is called Ann in her later years.
   dm ____ ___ __ at Northfield.
   mm ____ ___ __ Enos Kingsley 15 of Northampton.
 with John Clary 15

Samuel Dickinson 15
   bm 1638 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux in Wethersfield, CN. GDFSNE.
   n. Lived in Hatfield.
   mf 1668 ___ __ Martha Bridgeman 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Bridgeman of Springfield.
   n. 1690 freeman.
   dm 1711 Nov 30.
 with Martha (nee Bridgeman 16) Dickinson
   Samuel 16      Nathaniel 16   Sarah 16       Azariah 16     Ebenezer 16
   b1669          b1672          b1675          b1678          b1681
   Ann 16         Josiah 16      Hannah 16
   b1683          b1686          b1689

Obadiah Dickinson 15
   bm 1641 Apr 15 to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux in Wethersfield, CN. GDFSNE.
   mf 1668 ___ __ Sarah Beardsley 15
   n. 1677 Sep 19 his home was burned by the Indians and his wife wounded. He
      with one child took off to Canada.  After returning he married again.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mehitable _ 15
 with Sarah (nee Beardsley 15)
   Sarah 16       Obadiah 16     Daniel 16      Eliphalet 16
   b1669          b1672          b1674          b
 with Mehitable (nee _ 15) Dickinson
   Noadiah 16     Mehitable 16
   b1694          b1698

Nathaniel Dickinson 15
   bm 1643 Aug __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux in Wethersfield, CN. GDFSNE.
   mf 1662 ___ __ Hannah _ 15 early in the year.
   df 1679
   mf 1684 ___ __ Elizabeth _ 15, widow of Samuel Wright 14.
   mf ____ ___ __
   n. 1690 was freeman of Hatfield.
   dm 1710 Oct 10
 with Hannah
   Nathaniel 16   Hannah 16      John 16        Mary 16        Daniel 16
   b1663          b1666          b1667          b1673          b1675
   Rebecca 16
   b1677

Nehemiah Dickinson 15
   bm~1644 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 et ux in Wethersfield, CN. GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 15
   n. 1690 he was freeman at Hadley.
   dm 1723 ___ __ at 79 so portraith his tombstone.
 with Sarah
   Nehemiah 16    William 16     John 16        Mary 16        John 16
   b1672          b1675          b1676          b1678          b1678
   Sarah 16       Samuel 16      Hannah 16      Esther 16      Nathaniel 16
   b1680          b1682          b1684          b1687          b1689
   Israel 16      Abigail 16     Ebenezer 16    Rebecca 16
   b1691          b1693          b1696          b1699

Hezekiah Dickinson 15
   bm 1646 Feb __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 14 in Wethersfield, CN.  GDFSNE.
   mf 1679 Dec 04 Abigail Blackman 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Blackman 14
   n. Lived a short time at Stratford on the Sound, but soon was on the river,
      an innholder and trader. He lived sometime at Hadley.
   n. Lived in Hatfield.
   dm 1707 Jun 14 at Stratford.
   mm 1708 ___ __ Thomas Ingersoll 15
 with Abigail (nee Blackman 15) Dickinson
   Joanna 16      Jonathan 16    Abigail 16     Elizabeth 16   Moses 16
   b16840202      b16880422      b              b              b16951212
   Adam 16
   b17020205

Azariah Dickinson 15
   bm 1648 Oct 04 to Nathaniel Dickinson 14, the youngest son in Wethersfield,
      CN.  GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Dorcas _ 15
   bf
   n. Lived in Hadley.
   n. A soldier in King Philips's war. GDFSNE.
   dm 1675 Aug 25 by Indians. GDFSNE.
   mm ____ ___ __ Jonathan Marsh 15
 with Dorcas (nee _ 15)

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Hannah Dickinson 16
   bf 1648 Dec 06 to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1668 Sep 23 Samuel Gillett 16 of Hatfield.
   dm 1676 May 19 killet in the Falls fight.
   mm 1677 Aug 21 Stephen Jennings 16 of Hatfield.
   bm
   n. 1678 Sep he was captured by the Indians and carried to Canada but returned
      the next year when he removed to Brookfield.
   dm 1710 Jul 10 killed at Brookfield by the Indians.

Mary Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1674 ___ __ Samuel Northam 16 of Hadley.

John Dickinson 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.

Jonathan Dickinson 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   dm young.

Sarah Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1677 Dec 11 Samuel Lane 16 of Hadley.
   bm
   dm
   mm 1691 Feb 27 Martin Kellogg 16 as his second wife.

Elizabeth Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   df young.

Rebecca Dickinson 16
   bf 1658 ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1681 Feb 11 Joseph Smith 16 of Hadley.

Abigail Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1683 Dec 06 Thomas Croft 16
   n. Perhaps this Thomas Croft is the brother to Mary Croft who married
      Edward Doughty, the Philadelphia butcher.
   mm 1704 Nov 30 Samuel Crofoot 16 as his second wife.

Mercy Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1688 Jun 08 Joseph Chamberlain 16

Mehitabel Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 15 et ux Frances (nee Foote 15) Dickinson.
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1689 Jun 26 John Ingram 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Ingram 15

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Samuel Dickinson 16
   bm 1666 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 15 et ux Phebe (nee Bracy 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Joseph Dickinson 16
   bm 1668 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 15 et ux Phebe (nee Bracy 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Nathaniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1670 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 15 et ux Phebe (nee Bracy 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

John Dickinson 16
   bm 1672 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 15 et ux Phebe (nee Bracy 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Azariah Dickinson 16
   bm 1674 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 15 et ux Phebe (nee Bracy 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

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Elizabeth Dickinson 16
   bf 1668 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Hannah Dickinson 16
   bf 1670 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Thomas Dickinson 16
   bm 1672 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Esther Dickinson 16
   bf 1674 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Mehitable Dickinson 16
   bf 1675 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Nathaniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1675 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.
   dm soon after birth.

Elihu Dickinson 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      in Wethersfield. GDFSNE.

Ebenezer Dickinson 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah (nee Crow 15) Dickinson
      in Wethersfield. GDFSNE.

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Samuel Dickinson 16
   bm 1669 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Nathaniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1672 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Sarah Dickinson 16
   bf 1675 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Azariah Dickinson 16
   bm 1678 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Ebenezer Dickinson 16
   bm 1681 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Ann Dickinson 16
   bf 1683 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Josiah Dickinson 16
   bm 1686 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

Hannah Dickinson 16
   bf 1689 ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 15 et ux Martha (nee Bridgeman 16)
      Dickinson.  GDFSNE.

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Sarah Dickinson 16
   bf 1669 ___ __ to Obadiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah (nee Beardsley 15)
      GDFSNE.

Obadiah Dickinson 16
   bm 1672 ___ __ to Obadiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah (nee Beardsley 15)
      GDFSNE.

Daniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1674 ___ __ to Obadiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah (nee Beardsley 15)
      GDFSNE.

Eliphalet Dickinson 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Obadiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah (nee Beardsley 15)
      GDFSNE.

Noadiah Dickinson 16
   bm 1694 ___ __ to Obadiah Dickinson 15 et ux Mehitable (nee _ 15)
      Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Mehitable Dickinson 16
   bf 1698 ___ __ to Obadiah Dickinson 15 et ux Mehitable (nee _ 15)
      Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

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Nathaniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1663 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah
      GDFSNE.

Hannah Dickinson 16
   bf 1666 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah
      GDFSNE.

John Dickinson 16
   bm 1667 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah
      GDFSNE.

Mary Dickinson 16
   bf 1673 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah
      GDFSNE.

Daniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1675 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah
      GDFSNE.

Rebecca Dickinson 16
   bf 1677 ___ __ to Nathaniel Dickinson 15 et ux Hannah
      GDFSNE.

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Nehemiah Dickinson 16
   bm 1672 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

William Dickinson 16
   bm 1675 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

John Dickinson 16
   bm 1676 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Mary Dickinson 16
   bf 1678 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

John Dickinson 16
   bm 1678 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.
   dm soon.

Sarah Dickinson 16
   bf 1680 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Samuel Dickinson 16
   bm 1682 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah. Vol 2, P49.
      GDFSNE.

Hannah Dickinson 16
   bf 1684 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Esther Dickinson 16
   bf 1687 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Nathaniel Dickinson 16
   bm 1689 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Israel Dickinson 16
   bm 1691 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Abigail Dickinson 16
   bf 1693 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Ebenezer Dickinson 16
   bm 1696 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

Rebecca Dickinson 16
   bf 1699 ___ __ to Nehemiah Dickinson 15 et ux Sarah
      GDFSNE.

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Joanna Dickinson 16
   bf 1684 Feb 02 to Hezekiah Dickinson 15 et ux Abigail (nee Blackman 15)
      Dickinson. GDFSNE.

Jonathan Dickinson 16
   bm 1688 Apr 22 to to Hezekiah Dickinson 15 et ux Abigail (nee Blackman 15)
      Dickinson in Hatfield, MA. GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Joanna _ 16
   bf 1682
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 16
   n. History of Medicine in New Jersey: And of Its Medical Men, from ..
      , Stephen Wickes 1879. P234.
      Came as a minister, not 21 years of age.
   n. 1706 graduated Yale.
   n. 1708 installed as the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of
      Elizabethtown, NJ.
   n. 1742 Aug 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5384
      A protestation presented to the synod of Philadelphia Presbytery at New
      Brunswick, Jonathan Dickinson, John Pierson, Ebenezer Pemberton, Simon
      Horton, Daniel Elmore, Azariah Horton, Silas Leonard, Nathaniel Hazard,
      David Whitehead, Timothy Whitehead Presbyterian Church, Divine Power and
      Grace.
   n. 1742 Aug 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5385
      Religion, extract of a letter from Mr. Tennent, to the Rev. Mr. Dickinson
      of the Jerseys; The original of which is in the hands of the Rev. Mr.
      Clap, Rector of Yale College enthusiasm and division, Moravians, Long
      Beards, Pietists, G. Tennent, New Brunswick, New Jersey Mr.  Davenport
      New Brunswick, New Jersey Mr. Davenport, Separate meetings.
   n. 1743 July 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5956
      JUST PUBLISHED, THE Nature and Necessity of Regeneration,
      considered in a Sermon from John iii. 3. Preached at Newark,
      in New Jersey, Jan. 19. 1742, 3. at the Meeting of the
      Presbytery there. To which is added, Some Remarks on a
      Discourse of Dr. Waterlands, entitled, Regeneration stated and
      explain according to Scripture and Antiquity. By Jonathan
      Dickinson, A.M. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth Town, New
      Jersey. Sold by the Printer hereof.
   df 1745 Apr 20 interred First Presbyterian Church Yard, Elizabeth, NJ. 507r
      Here   Is/Inter'd the Body of mrs/Joanna Dickinson --- Obit Apr 20th/
      1 7 4 5 .  Anno AE tat 63./Rest precious Dust till Christ revive this
      Clay/To Join the Triumphs of the Judgement Day.
   n. 1747 August 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8959
      Philadelphia, August 13. 1746-7. These are to give Notice to
      all concern, THAT by His MajestyRoyal Charter for
      erecting a college in New Jersey, for the instructing of youth
      in the learned languages, and in the liberal arts and
      sciences, bearing date October 22d. 1746. Messrs. William
      Smith, Peter Vanbrugh Livingston, William Peartree Smith,
      gent. and Messrs. Jonathan Dickinson, John Pierson, Ebenezer
      Pemberton, and Aaron Burr, ministers of the gospel, are
      appointed trustees of the said college; with full power to any
      four or more of them, to chuse five more trustees to the
      exercise of equal power and authority in the said college,
      with themselves. By virtue of which power, the said trustees,
      nominated in the charter, have chosen the Rev. Messrs. Gilbert
      Tennant, William Tennant, Samuel Blair, Richard Treat, and
      Samuel Finley, as trustees of the said college of New Jersey:
      Which trustees are by the said charter, constituted a body
      corporate and politick, both in tract and name, with full
      power to act as such to all intents and Purposes, and rendred
      capable of a perpetual succession to continue forever. By
      which royal charter, there is authority given to the major
      part of any seven or more of the said trustees, and their
      successors conveenfor that purpose, to purchase, receive
      and dispose of any possessions, tenements, goods and chattels
      gifts, legacies, donations and bequests, rents, profits, and
      annuities of any kind whatsoever, and to build any house or
      houses, as they shall think proper, for the use of the said
      college. And also by the said charter is given to the major
      part of any seven or more of the said trustees and their
      successors, full power to chuse, and at pleasure to displace,
      a president, tutors, professors, treasurer, clerk, steward and
      usher, with any other ministers and officers as are usual in
      any of the universities or colleges in the realm of Great
      Britain. And also by the said charter, is given to the major
      part of any seven of the said trustees and their successors,
      full power to make any laws, acts and ordinances, for the
      government of the said college, as are not repugnant to the
      laws and Statutes of the realm of Great Britain, nor to the
      Laws of the Province of New Jersey; provided, that no person
      be debarred any of the privileges of the said college on
      account of any speculative principles of religion; but those
      of every religious profession, have equal privilege and
      advantage of education in the said college. And also by the
      said charter, power is given to the major part of any seven of
      the said trustees and their successors, by their president, or
      any other appointed by them, to give any such degrees as are
      given in any of the universities or colleges in the realm of
      Great Britain, to any such as they shall judge qualified for
      such degrees; and power to have and use a common seal to seal
      and confirm diplomas or certificates of such degrees, or for
      any other use which they shall think proper. And these may
      further notify all concern, that the said trustees have
      chosen the Rev. Mr. Jonathan Dickinson president, whose
      superior Abilities are well known; and Mr. Caleb Smith tutor
      of the said college; and that the college is now actually
      opened, to be kept at Elizabeth Town, till a building can be
      erected in a more central place of the said province for the
      residence of the Students; that all who are qualified for it,
      may be immediately admitted to an academick education, and to
      such class and station in the college, as they are found upon
      examination to deserve; and that the charge of the college to
      each student, will be Four Pounds a year New Jersey money, at
      Eight Shillings per ounce, and no more.
   wm 1747 Sep 16 NJA V30 P143 of Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co., clerk;
      Wife, Mary.  Children - Jonathan, Abigail (wife of Jonathan Sergeant),
      Temperance (wife of John Odell), Elizabeth (wife of Jonathan Miller),
      Mary (wife of John Cooper), and Martha.  Real and personal estate.
      Executors - sons-in-law Johathan Sergeand and John Odell.  Witnesses -
      Gershom Higgins, Cornelius Hetfield, Enos Ayers.  1747 Oct 13 proved
      Lib. E P108
   dm 1747 Oct 07 interred First Presbyterian Church Yard, Elizabeth, NJ. 509r
      Horizontal slab - "Here/Lyes ye Body of ye Revd/Mr Jonathan Dickinson
      Pastor/of the First Presbyterian Church/In Elizabeth Town who Died Octr/
      ye 7th 1747, AE tatis Suae 60/Deep was the Wound Oh Death & Vastly wide/
      When he resigned his Useful breath and dy'd/Ye Sacred Tribe with pious
      Sorows mourn/And dropt a tear at your great Pastors Urn/Concel'd a moment
      from our Longing Eyes/Beneath this Stone his mortal Body Lies/Happy the
      Spirit lives and will we trust/In Blixx associate with his preious dust/
   wm 1747 Oct 14 NJA V_ P94 of Elizabeth.  Reverend Jonathan  Inventory.
      #703.5.11 made by Edward Sale and John Ross 1752 Mar 21 Inventory filed.
      Essex Wills 1435G
   n. 1749 June 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10753
      Philadelphia, June 22. 1749. ON Saturday, the 22d day of July
      next, at 4 a clock in the afternoon, at Roberts Coffee
      House, will be exposed to sale, by publick vendue, the bank
      lot, water lot, and wharff (commonly called Dickinson Burnt
      Buildings) with the stores and shops thereon, belonging to the
      estate of Jonathan Dickinson deceased; taken in execution at
      the suits of Edward Jones, administrator of Francis Jones
      deceased; Thomas Hatton, administrator of Joshua Hyam
      deceased; and Thomas Hatton, administrator of Daniel May
      deceased. RICHARD SEWELL, Sheriff.
   n. 1750 January 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11394
      BY virtue of his majestywrit of venditioni exponas, to the
      sheriff of Philadelphia county directed, on Saturday, the
      third day of February next, will be exposed to sale, by
      publick vendue, a lot of ground, situate on the west side of
      Front street, containing in front on the said street 42 feet,
      or thereabouts, be the same more or less, and in depth
      extending from Front street aforesaid to Dock street, with a
      wooden messuage thereon erected, now in the tenure of John
      Clare, late belonging to the estate of Jonathan Dickinson
      deceas, seized and taken in execution at the suits of Edward
      Jones, administrator of Francis Jones, deceas, Thomas
      Hatton, administrator of Daniel May, deceas, and Thomas
      Hatton, administrator of Joshua Hyam, deceas. RICHARD
      SEWELL, sheriff.
   n. 1754 March  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #16666
      To be sold by the subscribers, at 4 a clock in the afternoon,
      on the fourth day of April next, by publick vendue, on the
      premises, THE house and lot of ground where Rees Peters lately
      dwelt, situated on the north side of Chestnut street, bounded
      on the east by ground late of John Bayley, on the north by
      ground late of Hermanus Alrichs, westward by other ground of
      said Rees Peters, part of the estate of Jonathan Dickinson,
      deceased, and southward by Chestnut street aforesaid,
      containing in breadth, east and west 25 feet, and in depth
      north and south 50 feet. Also another house and lot, situated
      as the former, bounded on the south by Chestnut street
      aforesaid, eastwardly by the above described lot, northward by
      a lot late of Hermanus Alrichs aforesaid, and westward by
      ground part of the estate of Jonathan Dickinson, aforesaid,
      containing in breadth east and west 14 feet 9 inches, and in
      depth north and south 50 feet; by William Savery, and William
      Peters, Executors.
      N.B. The back part of the first described lot is subject to
      a ground rent of Eighteen Shillings and Six pence.
      All persons that have any demands against the said estate,
      are desired to bring in their accounts that they may be
      adjusted: And those that are indebted to the said estate, are
      desired to make speedy payment.
   n. 1767 November 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41456
      TO BE SOLD, By public vendue, at the London Coffee house, on
      Saturday, the 3d day of January next, at 5 oin the afternoon, ALL
      that bank and water lot, in the city of Philadelphia, with the
      shores and wharff thereunto belonging, commonly called or known by
      the name of The Burnt Houses, situate on the east side of Front
      street, between Walnut street and the Dock, containing in breadth
      on the said Front street, and on both sides of Water street, 83
      feet and a half, now in the possession of Jonathan Evans; late the
      estate of Jonathan Dickinson, Esq; The conditions of sale, and the
      brief of the title, will be made known and shewn by LEWIS WEISS to
      such persons as shall apply to him for that purpose.
   n. 1786 March 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #72617
                                  FOR SALE,
      ALL that bank and water Lot, commonly called Dickinson's Burnt
      Buildings, situate in the city of Pennsylvania, between Walnut
      street and the Dock; containing in breadth on Front street
      eighty-five feet seven inches, and extending from thence the same
      breadth two hundred and fifty feet into the river Delaware. The
      bank lot bounded northward by John Ross, eastward by Water street,
      southward by John Pinkerton, westward by the said Front street.
      The water lot bounded northward by the heirs of George Kennedy,
      deceased, eastward by the said river, southward by Isaac Cox, and
      westward by the said Water street. Should no purchaser offer for
      the whole, it will be sold by public vendue, on Wednesday, the
      third day of May next, at six o'clock in the evening, at the
      Coffee House, in seven lots, viz. Four bank lots: No. 1. From John
      Ross's line southward, 18 feet 7 inches. No. 2. From thence 19
      feet 3 inches to a 5 feet alley. No. 3. From the north side of
      said alley 21 feet 2 inches; and No. 4. From thence 21 feet 7
      inches to the said John Pinkerton. And three water lots: No. 5.
      From Kennedy's line 31 feet 3 inches. No. 6. Twenty-two feet 8
      inches to a 9 feet wide cartway; and No. 7. From the south side of
      said cartway 22 feet 8 inches to the said Cox's line, agreeably to
      a plat thereof to be seen at the old Coffee House, and at Ross and
      Vaughan's store. Enquire of
      DANIEL BENEZET, Philadelphia, March, 9th, 1786.
      LEWIS WEISS, ROSS and VAUGHAN.
   n. 1786 September 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #73258
                        THIS DAY, at Twelve o'Clock,
           Will be Sold by public Vendue, at the old Coffee House,
      ALL that Bank and Water lot, commonly called Dickinson's Burnt
      Buildings, situated in the city of Philadelphia, between Walnut
      street and the Dock, containing in breadth on Front street 85 feet
      7 inches, and extending from thence the same breadth 250 feet into
      the river Delaware; the bank lot bounded northward by John Ross,
      eastward by Water street, southward by John Pinkerton, westward by
      the said Front street; the water lot bounded northward by the
      heirs of George Kennedy, deceased, eastward by the said river,
      southward by Isaac Cox, and westward by the said Water street. For
      the terms of sale, and brief of the title, enquire of
      DANIEL BENEZET, LEWIS WEISS, ROSS & VAUGHAN.
 with Joanna (nee _ 16) Dickinson
 with Mary
   Joanna 17      Jonathan 17    Abigail 17     Temperance 17  Elizabeth 17
   b17160227      b              b              b              b1720
   Mary 17        Martha 17
   b              b

Abigail Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Hezekiah Dickinson 15 et ux Abigail (nee Blackman 15)
      Dickinson. GDFSNE.

Elizabeth Dickinson 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Hezekiah Dickinson 15 et ux Abigail (nee Blackman 15)
      Dickinson. GDFSNE.

Moses Dickinson 16
   bf 1695 Dec 12 to Hezekiah Dickinson 15 et ux Abigail (nee Blackman 15)
      Dickinson. GDFSNE.
   n. He was a minister in New Jersey and then transferred to Norwalk.

Adam Dickinson 16
   bm 1702 Feb 05 to Hezekiah Dickinson 15 et ux Abigail (nee Blackman 15)
      Dickinson. GDFSNE.

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Joanna Dickinson 17
   bf 1716 Feb 27 to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ 16) Dickinson
   df 1732 May 09 interred First Presbyterian Church Yard, Elizabeth, NJ. 508r
                                        Daughter of ye Revrd
         Here is interred               Mr. Jonathan Dickinson
         The Remains of Miss            Nat. Feb. 27, 1716
         Joanna Dickinson               Obijt May 9,1732

Jonathan Dickinson 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ 16) Dickinson

Abigail Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ _) Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Jonathan Sergeant 17

Temperance  Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ _) Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ John Odell 17

Elizabeth Dickinson 17
   bf 1720 ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ _) Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Jonathan Miller 17
   df 1788 Nov 27 interred First Presbyterian Church Yard, Elizabeth, NJ. 510r
      Here lies the Body of/Elizabeth Wife of/Jonathan Miller/Daur of the Revd/
      Jonathan Dickinson,/Who departed this/Life Novbr 27 1788/in the 68th Year
      of/her age
 with Jonathan Miller 17

Mary Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ _) Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ John Cooper 17

Martha Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Dickinson 16 et ux Joanna (nee _ _) Dickinson

LINKAGE END 04  Nathaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield, Connecticut

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Jonathan Dickinson _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ _ _ _ at Shrewsbury MM NYMM
   n. 1773 Jun 06 ct Shrewsbury (clear) joined a few months earlier. NYMM

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Peter Dickinson _
   bm 1710
   mf<1750 ___ __ Sarah _ _
   bf 1710
   dm 1773 Dec 14 at 63Y in NJ, Essex Co. and interred in the NJ, Springfield,
      Old Burying Ground.  SAR BG.
   wf NJA V38 P110
      1798 Jul 18 Sarah Dickinson of Springfield Twsp., Essex Co., NJ
      Daughter, Hannah Darline, mare and cold, 2 cows, all sheep and
      residue.  Daughter, Jemima Lawrence, 1/2 of wearing apparel.
      Daughter, Mary Tyler, 25 shillings.  Granddaughter, Fanny Lawrence,
      2 cows, 2 sheep, 1 swine, chest of drawers, bed and bedding,
      chinaware and spinning wheel.  Granddaughter, Sarah Colie, 1 heifer,
      2 sheets and pillow cases.  Granddaughter Mariah Brookfield, 1 calf.
      Son, Brainard Dickinson, 25 shillings.  Executors-friends, Dr. John
      Williams and Hannah Darling.  Witnesses-Aaron Hand and Watts Reeve.
      Codicil. Note for #60 held against son, Brainard, if recovered, to be
      divided between daughters, Hannah Darling and Jemima Lawrence.
      Witnesses-Aaron Hand and Watts Reeve.  Proved 1798 Aug 21 Lib 37 P534
      File 9102-9104G
   df 1798 Aug 18 in NJ, Essex Co. and interred NJ, Essex Co., Springfield,
      Presbyterian Ch.
   n. See also:  http://www.fuldaohio.com/genealogy/pafg67.htm#1616 .
 with Sarah
   Hannah _       Jemima _       Mary _         _ _            _ _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Brainard
   ~1735


Hannah Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Darling _

Jemima Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Lawrence _
   n. New Amsterdam baptisms 1731-1800
      1783 Feb 15 Isaac; Daniel Lawrence, Elisabeth.
      1784 Apr 04 Catharine b3/6; Daniel Lawrence, Jeremiah Brevoort.
      1784 Dec 05 Jemima b11/1; Daniel Lawrence, Jemima Lawrence.
      other Lawrence names.
 with
   Fanny _

Mary Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Tyler _

_ Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Colie _
   n. New Amsterdam baptisms 1731-1800   1783 Jun 25 William Coley, Sybil;
      Elizabeth.
 with _ Colie
   Sarah

_ Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Brookfield _

Brainard Dickinson _
   bm~1735 ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _ et ux Sarah

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Samuel Dickinson _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah DuBois _.  NJ_SCGDV2 P21.
   bf 1779 May 17 to Louis DuBois 68 et ux Rebecca (nee Craig 68) DuBois
      NJ_SCGDV2 P21.
   df 1850 Mar 26
   ld 1832 Nov 24 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist Soc.
      Grantor: Samuel DuBois et ux Mary, Sarah Dickinson (late DuBois), Matthew
      N. DuBois of Salem.
      Grantee: Rebecca (nee DuBois) Dickinson, wife of George Dickinson
      Description:  4 acres of land in Pittsgrove.  Unrecorded
 with Sarah (nee DuBois _) Dickinson
   Elizabeth _    Hope _
   b18051203      b18080309

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Elizabeth Dickinson _
   bf 1805 Dec 03 to Samuel Dickinson _ et ux Sarah (nee DuBois _) Dickinson
   r. Salem County NJ Genealogical Data - H. Stanley Craig

Hope Dickinson _
   bf 1808 Mar 09 to Samuel Dickinson _ et ux Sarah (nee DuBois _) Dickinson
   mm 1836 Jan 04 John C. Richman _
   r. Salem County NJ Genealogical Data - H. Stanley Craig
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David Dickinson _
   bm 1776 Feb 22
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann
   bf 1786 Mar 31
   df 1814 Apr 04 at 28.0.5 interred First Baptist Cemetery, Salem
   r. Salem County NJ Genealogical Data - H. Stanley Craig
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Ann _ __
   bf 1796 Mar 26
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P354 L  .
      NJ, Salem Co., Manington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Dickinson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
   n. 1850 U. S. Census with Thomas Dickinson and Margaret
   df 1845 Mar 18 at 48.11.23 interred First Baptist Cemetery, Salem
   dm 1854 Oct 18 interred First Baptist Cemetery, Salem

John Dickinson _
   bm 1797
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann
   bf 1799 Jun 07
   df 1874 Jul 26 at 75.1.19 interred Pedricktown Cemetery (on Oldmans Creek)
   r. Salem County NJ Genealogical Data - H. Stanley Craig
   dm 1867 Dec 10 at 70Y interred Pedricktown Cemetery (on Oldmans Creek)

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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  John Dickinson  of Kent, New Castle & Phila.
      Penman of the American Revolution - drafted the Articles of Confederation.

William Dickinson 01
   bm tempora to Henry VIII.
   n. MD_HOTC P355.
   n. of Bradley, Staffordshire, England.
 with
   Richard 02
   b

Richard Dickinson 02
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Dickinson 01
   n. of Bradley, Staffordshire, England.
   n. MD_HOTC P355.
 with
   Symon 03
   b

Symon Dickinson 03
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Dickinson 02
   n. of Bradley, Staffordshire, England.
   mf ____ ___ __ Catharine Dudley 03, thus claiming to share in the blood of
      the Plantagenets, through Edward III.
   n. MD_HOTC P355.
 with
   Charles 04
   b

Charles Dickinson 04
   bm ____ ___ __ to Symon Dickinson 03
   n. of Bradley, Staffordshire, England.
   n. 1620 removed from Bradley to London where he married and entered into the
      mercantile business. MD_HOTC P355.
   mf ____ ___ __ Ellen _ 04 PA_BCHS_BRV4 P10
      South Jersay - A History P227,228.
   n. from the Bucks County Historical Soc. Bible Records Volume 4.
                           Dickinson
      Births:
   dm 1653/4, left three sons, all of whom came to America and settled in VA.
 with Ellen
   Walter 05      Henry 05       John 05
   b1620          b              b

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Walter Dickinson 04
   zm 1621 Feb 10 PA_BCHS_BRV4 P10
   n. 1654 came to Virginia with his brothers and settled on the Rappahannock in
      Lancaster county and married the daughter of one of his neighbors.
   ld 1659
      Grantee: Walter Dickinson
      Description: At North Point, at the mouth of the Patapsco in Anne Arundel
      county, Maryland (Baltimore county was organized the same year).
   n. Removed to North Point, but a very short time and subsequently removed to
      Talbot.
   ld
      Grantee: Walter Dickinson
      Description: Reeds Creek.
   ld
      Description: by patent in Kent Co., Delaware.
   dm 1680/1 Mar
 with ?, 4 children.
   William 05
   b165812


William Dickinson 05
   bm 1658 Dec __ to Walter Dickinson 04 et ux in Virginia. MD_HOTC P355.
      South Jersay - A History P227, 228.
   n. Unknown association 1667 Feb 04 cristening of a Walter Dickinson to
      parents Walter & Ann Dickinson, Kingsthorpe By Northampton, Northampton,
      ENG.  LDS IGI
   n. Unknown association: 1733 Apr 22 Walter Dickinson cristened with parents
      Walter and Frances Dickinson, Saint Andres, Holborn, London, ENG
   n. Unknown association: 1715 Mar 31 Walter Dickinson cristened with parents
      Walter and Mary Dickinson, St. Botolph Without Aldgate, London, ENG.
   n. Unknown association: 1674 May __ Walter Dickinson cristened with parents
      John and Eleanor Dickinson at Kyme, Lincoln, ENG
   n. Progenitor of the Talbot, Maryland Dickinsons.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Powell 05
   bf ____ ___ __ to Howell Powell 04, a wealthy and prominent member of the
      Society of Friends (Quakers), from Brecknockshire, Wales and son of Hugh
      Powell, of Castle Madoc, in the same county, the representative of an
      honorable family.
   n. William became a merchant and planter and amassed wealth.
   ld 1703 Jun 08 Philadelphia Deeds B6 P352 R0021871LDS recorded.
      Commission of Bankruptcy against Walter Dickinson who did exercise his
      trace of business from his house in Hartford was seized in his
      demsure? as of fee simple or of some other estate 900 acres being upon
      or near Delaware River, St. Johns in Prov. of PA in America and 750
      acres in or near the freshes of Choptankin Ingram's Creek, Province of
      Maryland in America also erecting buildings at or near said town of
      Hartford, Hartford Co. owing money to James Wagstaff, Francis Lee and
      John Maynard
   n. Came to what is now "Accomac Co., VA" in the 1600's as an indentured
      servant - saith lecturer at Dickinson Plantation, DE 1998.
   n. the NY Historical Society has the Croise-de-Ore history of the Dickinsons.
      The property was purchased by duPont and the building quickly bulldozed.
      It was a bit south of Easton, MD.  Cemetery is still there. SD.
   dm 1707
 with Elizabeth (nee Powell 05) Dickinson, he left sons and daughters.
   Samuel D 06
   b16901109

Henry Dickinson 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Dickinson 04 et ux Ellen of London.
      South Jersay - A History P227,228.
   n. Progenitor of the Virginia Dickinsons.

John Dickinson 05
   bm 1633 ___ __ to Charles Dickinson 04 et ux Ellen of London, according to
      Richard Henry Spooner who also says that John first settled in VA and
      moved subsequently in 1660 to Talbot County.
      South Jersay - A History P227,228.
         Another source claims Walter Dickinson of Crosia Dore was John's father
      while Spooner maintains their sibling relationship.
   mf 1692 7th 23 Rebecca Wynne 65 widow of Solomon Thomas whom she married,
      first, in 1683 3rd at Third Haven Meeting, now Easton, Talbot County,
      Maryland.  She was without issue by her first husband.  She married John
      at his home in Talbot Co., MD, he, a planter.
   bf 1662 ___ __ to Thomas Wynne 64 et ux Martha (nee Buttall 64) Wynne third
      daughter.
   n. Progenitor of the Pennsylvania Dickinsons not of the Talbot branch.
   n. Rebecca came on the Submission with her two stepsisters, Jane and Margery
      Maude.
   n. 1713 deposition, John gives his age as 80Y.
   wm 1714 Oct 07 or 1717.
      wife Rebecca gets dwelling plantation "Ridle" for life, at her death this
      to son John; son Charles 150 acres, part of tract bought of William
      Edmundson in Dorchester County, he to choose half; remainder of said
      tract to son John and daughter Sedney; daughter Mary Kersey silver marked
      M.D. [ she not identified by anything in the Maryland Calendar of Wills];
      wife Rebecca adminstratrix and residuary legatee;
      Witnesses: Wil Thomas, Silvester Abbot, Anne Thomas, Peter Sharp.
   dm<1718 Apr 29
      1718 Apr 29 will probated.
 with Rebecca (nee Wynne 65) Dickinson
   John 06        Charles 06     Sidney 06      Mary 06
   b1698          b              b              b

Joseph Dickinson _
   n. wm 1709 Aug 23 LISR P139  I do not know if this is the right John - rwc.
      John Townsend of Oyster Bay.  Life estate to wife Rose.
      Executor: wife Rose, solely.
      She to have residue of estate to dispose of among my children & her
      children as she thinks fit.  To eldest son Thomas Townsend all lands on
      e. side of south St. in the town plot, all allotted lands n. of Henry
      Wills, rights in the old purchase, meadow at west neck, etc.  To son John,
      when of age, land at the plain edge, near the round swamp, upland on the
      west neck.  To son Pen, when of age, lot opposite Joseph Dickinson I
      bought of Anthony Wright, Sr., in the town plot.  my land at Matinicock &
      land at Beaver Swamp.  To dau. Philena Townsend when she marries or comes
      of age, goods, and what her mother left her at her death.  To dau. Rose
      Townsend L50 due me from John & Michael Waring & goods when of age.
      Witness: Samuel Macoon, Thomas Coles & Adam Wright.

Samuel Dickinson _
   n. wm 1697 Nov 09 LISR P136 - no idea if this is right George - rwc.
      George Townsend of Oyster Bay.  Wife (not named in will) to have life use
      of estate with remainder to the children.  To oldest son George all the
      land I bought of the Indians lying near the little plains & my right in
      the new purchase.  To my second son Richard my land at the head of Mill
      River.  To youngest son Samuel the homestead & two shares of meadow.
      To dau. Sarah 50 acres in the old purchase.
      Executor: wife and son George
      Overseer: James Weeks, Richard Willett & Samuel Dickinson.
      Witness: Job Wright, Henry Weeks & John Townsend
   n. wm 1698 Feb 11 LISR P136  may not go to this James - rwc
      James Townsend of Cedar Swamp in Oyster Bay, husbandman.  Asks to be
      buried with late wife Jane and her children.  To oldest son James, half
      the 60 acre lot called the great hill, half the land at the head of Oyster
      Bay Mill River, one share meadow in Beaver Swamp, and a seventh part of
      the meados at the south.  To fourth son Redurch the other half of land at
      the great hill & in Bever Swamp, and a sixth of the meadows.  To son Job
      rights in lands on n. side of Samuel Dickerson's land, swamp, etc.  To
      sons Thomas & Daniel my farm running as far as the wells.  Residue of land
      & stock to sons Joseph & Joshua.  Household goods to dau. Rose when she is
      18 or mar.
      Executrix: wife Deliverance, solely.
      Witness: Peter Adolph, Samuel Dickinson, Thomas Langdon

John Dickinson 06
   bm 1698 ___ __ to John Dickinson 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Wynne 65) Dickinson
   mf 172_ 4th 11 Rebecca Powel 06 at Third Haven, now Easton, Talbot Co., MD.
   bf 1698 ___ __ to
   df 1728 ___ __ at 30Y.
   mf 1730 9th __ Elizabeth Harrison 06

Charles Dickinson 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Wynne 65) Dickinson
   mf 1725 5th 08 Sophia Richardson 06 at Third Haven, now Easton, Talbot Co.,
      MD, his mother signed the certificate.
   bf ____ ___ __ to David Richardson 06 et ux of Talbot Co., MD.
   n. wm 17__ Apr 07
      David Richardson, will.  Wife Rut
      1722 Jul 17 will probated.
      wf 1727 Oct __
      Ruth Richardson, will.  Among others, Sophia, wife of Charles Dickinson.
      1728 Jul 28 will probated.

Sidney Dickinson 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Wynne 65) Dickinson
   mm 1720 11th 03 Edmundson Stevens 06

Mary Dickinson 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Wynne 65) Dickinson
   mm<1714 ___ __ _ Kersey _, of whom nothing further.

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Samuel D. Dickinson 06
   bm 1690 Nov 09 to William Dickinson 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Powell 05)
      Dickinson at Croise Dore (Crossiadore Creek), Trappe district, Talbot Co.,
      MD.
   n. Sent to England where he read law at the Temple.
   n. 1707-9 returned home and practiced law in Maryland, Delaware and
      Pennsylvania.
   mf ____ ___ __ Judith Troth 06, Quakeress of the same county.
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Troth 05
   df 1729 Aug __ "Departing this life in sweet peace with her Maker."
   mf 1731 Nov 04 Mary Cadwalader 67
   bf~1700 ___ __ to John Cadwalader 05 et ux Martha (nee Jones 66) Cadwalader
      in Philadelphia, PA.
   n. Their son John was drafter of the Articles of Confederation and the
      founder of Dickinson College.
   n. 1760 July 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25112
      PHILADELPHIA, July 24.
      "On Sunday, the Sixth of this Month, departed this Life in the Seventy-
      first Year of his Age, SAMUEL DICKINSON, Esquire, first Judge of the
      Court of Common Pleas, in Kent County, on Delaware; and, on the Wednesday
      following, was interred in the Burying Ground belonging to the Family,
      near Dover, attended by most of the principal Inhabitants in the County.
      He was a Gentleman possessed of so many worthy and valuable Qualities of
      Disposition and understanding that if Justice only should be done to his
      Merit, STrangers to his Person would imagine the Character to be drawn by
      some near and afflicted Mind; and to those who had any Intimacy with him,
      nothing more than that is necessary to make them preserve the Remembrance
      of his Virtues, and to render his Memory ever dear to them.  The latter
      Part of his Life convinced all who saw him frequently, that such Things as
      seem to be the greatest Evils cannot make a GOOD MAN miserable even here;
      for having supported a tedious State of uncommon Pain and Sickness with so
      much Resignation and Patience, as to be always remarkably agreeable in
      Conversation, and very often acknowledging his Gratitude to the Supreme
      Being, for the Happiness he enjoyed in this Condition, he left his World
      with a Chearfulness becoming the blessed Hope he felt, and expressed, to
      his last Moments, of entering into another infinitely better."
   dm 1760 Jul 06 at Kent Co., DE interred on the "John Dickinson Plantation"
      just south of Dover, DE on 113.
   df 1776 ___ __ at 76 PAGazette
      1776 March 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59108 Last Friday died, in
      the 76th year of her age, Mrs. MARY DICKINSON, the widow of SAMUEL
      DICKINSON, Esq; late of Kent county on Delaware. She was a lady possessed
      of so many virtues and accomplishments, that it would be very difficult to
      draw a character of her, which would not appear either the effect of
      partiality, to those who were strangers to her, or an imperfect expression
      of her worth, to those who were acquainted with her. On Sunday, her
      remains were interred in the burying ground belonging to Friends in
      Trenton.
   n. it would seem James Dickinson is the brother of Samuel, and in
      Philadelphia, known, too by Isaac Norris, John's father-in-law.
      How about the LDS IGI record James Dickinson:  1707 Sep 09 cristenening to
      parents Samuel Dickinson et ux Ann at Newport, Shropshire, ENG.
      LDS IGI film 510671
   n. Cadwallader a son? PA Gazette, also William same place.
   n. 1740 January 18 attestation of Samuel Dickinson
 with Judith (nee Troth 06) Dickinson, a number of children.
   Henry 07
   b
 with Mary (nee Cadwallader 06) Dickenson
   John 07        Thomas 07      Philemon 07
   b17321108      b17341004      b17390415

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Henry Dickinson 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson 06 et ux Judith (nee Troth 06) Dickinson
   n. Progenitor of many.

John Dickinson 07
   bm 1732 Nov 08 to Samuel Dickinson 06 et ux Mary (nee Cadwalader 06) at
      "Crois-dore", Talbert Co., MD  a little south of what is presently
      Easton, MD RDF 1883
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Norris 07 of Philadelphia
   bf 1740 Jul 06 to Isaac Norris 06 et ux Sarah (nee Logan 06) Norris. 1740 5th
      month, 6th day.  Isaac Norris 06 was the sixth child of Isaac Norris 05
      and Mary and mf 1739 4th month 6th at Germantown Meeting.  Isaac 06 dm
      1766 July 13 and Sarah (nee Logan 06) died 1739 8th month 13th day.
      Norris papers at HSP  XR
      Isaac Norris 05 mf Mary Lloyd 05 bf 1674 and had children:
      Mary married to Thomas Griffiths in 1717 and had three children by him -
         Isaac who mf Sarah Fitzwater,
         Mary died unmarried
         Hannah died single in 1817 at 91y.
      Hannah mm Richard Harrison ....
   n. wm ____ ___ __ PA_PCWA B1? N80 P_ Abstracts P3424
      James Logan of Philadelphia, Legacy to friends Nicholas Waln, John Cox and
      Thomas Fisher for use of Public school at Weston, Chester Co., under care
      of Yearly Meeting of Friends at Philadelphia, Pa. and New Jersey - Legacy
      to Pennsylvania Hospital - Niece Sarah Dickinson and her sister Maria -
      Nephew George Logan's wife Deborah - Late Uncle Logan of Bristol, England
      Niece Susannah Emlen late Dillwyn - Mentions William Lavery, ....
   bf 1740 Jul 19 to Isaac Norris 06 et ux _ (nee _ 06) Norris in Philadelphia,
      PA.
   n. 1757 practiced law in Phila., PA
   n. 1770 July 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47055
      PHILADELPHIA, July 26.
      Thursday last JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; was married to Miss MARY
      NORRIS.
      ***For Messieurs TOWNE'S and GODDARD'S Advertisements, &c. see the
      SUPPLEMENT.
   n. had two sons and neither lived to maturity.
   n. known as "Penman of the American Revolution" and many of his
      ideas are embodied in the U. S. Constitution.
   n. "The John Dickinson Plantation Mansion" still exists just off Rt. 113,
      south of Dover, DE (Dover AFB) to be more precise. I toured 1998 Jun 27.
      Amazingly, just across the Delaware River in Salem/Cape May, NJ was John
      Dickinson "Hero of the Battle of Red Bank" as proclaimed by George
      Washington.  His physician relics and sword are on display at the Cape
      May Historical Museum.
   n. They had three homes, one in Philadelphia, Mary's home, the plantation in
      Delaware and a home at midpoint in Wilmington, DE.
   dm 1808 Feb 14 at Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE.
   n. "Life and Times of John Dickinson"  memoirs of the Historical
      Society of Pennsylvania  Vol 13, Phila.  1891
   n. "The Life and Character of John Dickinson" by R. R. Richards,
      Delaware Historical Soc.  Paper #30.
   n. Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA is named after this man.
   n. reference: Morris papers - HSP XR
   df 1803 Jul 23
 with Mary (nee Norris 07) Dickinson
   Sarah N 08     Mary 08        son 08         child 08       Maria 08
   b17711210      b17740507      b17780819      b              b
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Thomas Dickinson 07
   bm 1732 Nov 08 to Samuel Dickinson 06 et ux Mary (nee Cadwalader 06) at
      "Crois-dore", Talbert Co., MD  a little south of what is presently
      Easton, MD RDF 1883
   dm Killed in London, England, by being thrown from his horse. MD_HOTC P356.

Philemon Dickinson 07
   bm 1739 Apr 15 to Samuel Dickinson 06 et ux Mary (nee Cadwalader 06) at
      Crois-dore, Talbert Co., MD  a little south of what is presently Easton,
      MD
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Cadwallader 07
   ld 1771 Jan 01 NJ_PLD B_A-R P322
      Grantor: Philemon_Dickinson
      Grantee: Lambert_Cadwalader
      Description: Nottingham,_Bur
   ld 1776 Jul 30 NJ_PLD B_A-K P216
      Grantor: Robert_Hoops_ux
      Grantee: Philemon_Dickinson
      Description: Trenton,_Hunterdon
   n. 1775 April 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57463
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold by public vendue,
      on Saturday, the 29th day of April inst. at 3 oin the afternoon,
      at the house of Thomas Nevill, in Fourth street, near Pine street,
      a certain three story brick messuage or tenement, and lot or piece
      of ground thereunto belonging, situate on the east side of Fifth
      street, between Spruce and Pine streets, in the city of
      Philadelphia, containing in front 20 feet, and in depth 180 feet;
      bounded by ground of Philemon Dickinson, and others; subject to a
      groundrent of 9l. currency, per annum; late the estate of Michael
      Derry; seized and taken in execution by WILLIAM DEWEES, Sheriff.
   ld 1777 Dec 20 NJ_PLD B_A-L P48
      Grantor: John_Moore
      Grantee: Phileman_Dickinson
      Description: Hopewell,_Hun
   ld 1777 Dec 20 NJ_PLD B_A-S P387
      Grantor: John_Moore_ux
      Grantee: Phileman_Dickinson
      Description: Hopewell,_Hun
   n. 1785 July 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71754
                              TRENTON, July 4.
      Thursday last came on the examination of the Grammar School in the
      Trenton Academy. The Honorable Philemon Dickinson, Vice President
      of this state, the Honorable Isaac Smith, Second Justice of the
      Supreme Court, Colonel Cox, James Mott, Esq; Mr. Hunter, the
      Trustees of the Institution, and a number of respectable citizens
      of this town and vicinity were present, who expressed their
      approbation of the performances of the students.
      In the evening the scholars exhibited a specimen of their
      improvement in the Art of Speaking, in the presence of a polite
      and crouded audience, who appeared to be agreeably entertained.
      The friends and proprietors of this Academy are endeavouring to
      establish a fund for the tuition of poor children; and in this
      laudable undertaking they have met with considerable
      encouragement, by the liberal contribution of a number of the
      inhabitants of this place and elsewhere --- and hope to receive
      further aid from the generous and benevolent where ever they may
      reside.
      At a Court of Oyer and Terminer holden at Burlington, last week,
      John Wood, the keeper of the goal of that county, was convicted of
      negligently suffering a prisoner to escape, and was sentenced to
      pay a fine of Twenty Pounds, and be imprisoned three months.
      We are warranted in informing the citizens of New Jersey, that his
      Excellency our Governor declines accepting the appointment of
      Congress, to be their Ambassador to the United Netherlands.
   ld 1786 Jun 10 NJ_PLD B_A-O P115
      Grantor: Achsah_Lambert
      Grantee: Philemon_Dickinson
      Description: Nottingham,_Bur
   ld 1799 Dec 03 NJ_PLD B_A-T P412
      Grantor: Rebecca_Cadwalader
      Grantee: Philemon_Dickinson
      Description: Nottingham,_Bur
   wm 1807 Dec 01 ANJ v40 p104 File 2357J
      Philemon Dickinson, will of.   wife Rebecca, dau. Mary Fox, gdau.
      Mary Dickinson, bro. John Dickinson; gsons (John, Philemon & Samuel)
      Dickinson.  Son Samuel, son-in-law George Fox.  1809 Feb 16 proved.
   dm 1809 Feb 04 and interred NJ, Mercer Co., Trenton, Friends Burying Ground.
   wf 1821 Mar 07 PA_PCWA B7 P5104 N79
      Rebecca Dickinson of Phila. - widow - To friend Mary D. Fox, bracelets
      set with hair of my sisters Mary Dickinson and Elizabeth Cadwalader, also
      locket set with hair of my mother - Legacies to Mary D. Fox, Jr., Mary
      Dickinson, Mrs. Ann Dickinson, Elizabeth Meredith, Margaret Meredith and
      Maria Meredith - Bonds signed by Joshua and Robert Wright - to Cato Black
      & to Sarah Black - Legacy to Samuel Dickinson - Mourning rings to Mary and
      Margaret Read - Exr. Samuel Dickinson - Proved 1821 Jun 21.
      Witness: Robert McCall, Thomas Cadwalader, Jr. - John M. Read of Phila.,
      Attorny-at-Law, aff'd.  Recorded P305.
   ld 1837 Apr 06 NJ_PLD B_A-X P109
      Grantor: Trenton,_City_of
      Grantee: Philemon_Dickinson_al
      Description: Ordinance_re_Yardley's_Alley,_Trenton,_Hun
   n. PAA S3 V25 P493 PA, County of Bedford, Warranties of Land 1882 May 02
      Philemon Dickenson    174.26, 328.80, 53, 378.80, 271.20, 264.40, 278.88,
      327.80, 290 acres.
 with Rebecca (nee Cadwalader 07) Dickinson
   Mary 08        Samuel 08
   b              b

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Sarah "Sally" Norris Dickinson 08
   bf 1774 Dec 10 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Mary (nee Norris 07) Dickinson
      PA_PCB R2

Mary Dickinson 08
   bf 1774 May 07 to John Dickinson 07 et ux Mary (nee Norris 07) Dickinson

_ Dickinson 08
   bm 1778 Aug 19
   dm ____ Sep 20

_ Dickinson 08
   b.
   d. young

Maria Dickinson 08
   mm ____ ___ __ Collanus? Logan _
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Mary Dickinson 08
   bf 1768 Jun 11 to Philemon Dickinson 07 et ux Rebecca (nee Cadwallader 07)
      Dickinson in NJ, Mercer Co., Trenton, Bellview.
   mm 1803 ___ __ George Fox 08
 with George Fox 09
   Mary D 09      Joseph D 09    Samuel 09
   b              b              b

Samuel Dickinson 08
   bm 1770 Aug 05 to Philemon Dickinson 07 et ux Rebecca (nee _ 07) Dickinson
   n. From MD_HOTC P353.
      Wharton Dickinson, Esq. of Scranton, Pennsylvania, a grandson of General
      Philemon Dickinson.
   mf ____ ___ __ Anne Meridith 08
 with
   Mary 09        John 09        Philemon 09    Samuel 09
   b              b              b

LINKAGE END 01 The "Penman" John Dickinson  of Kent, New Castle & Phila.
                  "Penman of the American Revolution"

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James Dickinson 2e
   n. Unknown connection:  1707 Sep 09 cristenening to parents Samuel Dickinson
      et ux Ann at Newport, Shropshire, ENG.  LDS IGI film 510671
      Same Samuel Dickinson in DE?
   ld 1714 Aug 15 granted warrant as one 600 acre tract.
      Grantor: Richard Hill
      Grantee: James Dickinson
      1681 Jul 26 and 27 by indenture of Lease and Release.  William Penn to
      James Hill of Becknighaminthe, Somerset Co., ENG, 500 acres.  393 acres
      in county of Bucks, Richard Hill heir and son of James Hill land descended
      to Richard by deed 1712 Mar 07 did convey to James Dickinson of
      Blindbothel, Co. of Cumberland, GB yeoman, and whereas Isaac Norris of
      Phila, aforesaid merchant, by his deed 1714 Aug 12 did grant and convey to
      said James Dickinson 115 acres of one moiety unsurveyed of 1250 acres
      purchased by Richard Collins and sold to Richard Wood who sold one moiety
      to William Lovell whose sole daughter and heir Betty Lovell to whom the
      moiety descended sold to Isaac Norris.  97 acres of Richard Hill, 115
      acres of Isaac Norris and 388 acres for which James request a single deed.
   ld 1731 Mar 22 Philadelphia Deeds Book 6 P335  James Dickinson of
      Blindbottell, Brigham Parich, Cumberland Co., ENG
      Having conveyed 200 acres of a 600 acre tract ld 1714 Aug 15 to nephew
      James Robinson, now in PA, now gives an additional 100 acres and power to
      said nephew to sell the other 300 acres.
   n. note the reference to James Robinson, perhaps the same, in the will of
      will of Fenwick Dickenson. Is this not the same James Robinson.

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James Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Frances PA_PCB
 with Frances (nee _ _) Dickinson
   Thomas
   b172904

Thomas Dickinson _
   bm 1729 Apr __ to James Dickinson _ et ux Frances
      PA_PCB P115

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John Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth PA_PCB P115
 with Elizabeth
   Anne           Mary
   z17270522      z17310419

Anne Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
   zf 1731 Apr 19 PA_PCB P115

Mary Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
   zf 1731 Apr 19 PA_PCB P115

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George Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ PA_PCB P115
 with
   Sarah          Mary           Leader       George S
   b17331030      b17350507      b17370315    b17390925

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 1733 Oct 30 to George Dickinson _ et ux
      PA_PCB P115

Mary Dickinson _
   bf 1735 May 07 to George Dickinson _ et ux
      PA_PCB P115

Leader Dickinson _
   bm 1737 Mar 15 to George Dickinson _ et ux
      PA_PCB P115

George Spafford Dickinson _
   bm 1739 Sep 25 to George Dickinson _ et ux
      PA_PCB P115

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Charles Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _ PA_PCB P115
 with Elizabeth
   Alice          William        Nathaniel
   b17440907      b17461221      b17491201

Alice Dickinson _
   bf 1744 Sep 07 to Charles Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115

William Dickinson _
   bm 1746 Dec 21 to Charles Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115

Nathaniel Dickinson _
   bm 1744 Sep 07 to Charles Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115

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James Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _ PA_PCB P115
 with Elizabeth
   Dickson R _    Mary           James _        Sarah _
   b17431220      b17470604      b17500102      b17560306

Dickson Robert Dickinson _
   bm 1743 Dec 20 to James Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115

Mary Dickinson _
   bf 1747 Jun 04 to James Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115

James Dickinson _
   bf 1750 Jan 02 to James Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115
   n. John Dickeson bm ca 1768 Oct ill to James Dickeson  PABCR R8

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 1756 Mar 06 to James Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
      PA_PCB P115
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William Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _ PA_PCB P115
 with Elizabeth (nee _ _) Dickinson
   Hannah         Elizabeth
   b17570710      b17580802

Hannah Dickinson _
   bf 1757 Jul 10 to William Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth (nee _ _) Dickinson
      PA_PCB P115

Elizabeth Dickinson _
   bf 1758 Aug 02 to William Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth (nee _ _) Dickinson
      PA_PCB P115
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William Dickinson _
   mf 1743 Jun 06 Catharine Harris _ at 1st Presbyterian Ch., Phila, PA. PA_PCB
 with
   Mary           William
   b17570911      b17690113

Mary Dickinson _
   bf 1757 Sep 11 to William Dickinson _ et ux Catharine (nee Harris _)
      Dickinson PA_PCB P115

William Dickinson _
   bm 1769 Jan 13 to William Dickinson _ et ux Catharine (nee Harris _)
      Dickinson PA_PCB P115
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Thomas Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _ PA_PCB
 with Mary
   Marget         Elizabeth      Isaac          John           Thomas
   b17671002      b17721006      b17720705      b17680719      b17711013
   Thomas
   b177504

Marget Dickinson _
   bf 1767 Oct 02 to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Mary PA_PCB R1

John Dickinson _
   bm 1768 Jul 19 to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Mary PA_PCB

Thomas Dickinson _
   bm 1771 Oct 13 to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Mary PA_PCB

Elizabeth Dickinson _
   bf 1772 Oct 06 to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Mary PA_PCB

Isaac Dickinson _
   bm 1772 Jul 05 to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Mary PA_PCB

Thomas Dickinson _
   bm 1775 Apr __ to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Mary PA_PCB
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William Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann PA_PCB
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary PA_PCB
 with Ann
   Jane
   b17661212
 with Mary
   Elizabeth      Latitia
   b17721006      b17740411

Jane Dickinson _
   bf 1766 Dec 12 to William Dickinson et ux Ann PA_PCB R3

Elizabeth Dickinson _
   bf 1772 Oct 06 to William Dickinson et ux Mary PA_PCB R18

Latitia Dickinson _
   bf 1772 Oct 06 to William Dickinson et ux Mary PA_PCB R18
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Joseph Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret
      n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1713-1748 Will Abstracts.
      1752 Jul 20 Thomas, Thomas.  Newtown.  Yeoman.
      1754 May 13 C. 480.
      To daughter Sarah Thomas 10 and articles named.  To daughter Priscilla
      18 in household goods.  To Joseph Dickinson and wife Margaret 15
      shillings.  To sons Jacob and William 5 each.  Directs Executors to
      provide for son Solomon during life "and not suffer him to be abused by
      an means."  To son Hezekiah my plantation whereon I live in Newtown
      containing about 150 acres with stock. Executor:  Son Hezekiah.
      Trustees:  Brother in law Edward Woodward and William Lewis.
      Wit:  Thamar Thomas, Sarah Miles, Thomas Thomas.

John Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ PA_PCB R3
 with Sarah
   Rebecca        John           Sarah
   b17661027      b17700101      b17750226

Rebecca Dickinson _
   bf 1766 Oct 27 to John Dickinson _ et ux Sarah PA_PCB R3

John Dickinson _
   bm 1770 Jan 01 to John Dickinson _ et ux Sarah PA_PCB R3

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 1775 Feb 26 to John Dickinson _ et ux Sarah PA_PCB R3
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Thomas Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ PA_PCB R17
 with
   Elizabeth
   b17780621

Elizabeth Dickinson _
   bf 1778 Jun 21 to Thomas Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth PA_PCB
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Daniel Dickenson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _PA_PCB
 with Elizabeth
   Daniel
   b17800827

Daniel Dickenson
   bm 1780 Aug 27 to Daniel Dickenson _ et ux Elizabeth (nee _ _) Dickenson
      PA_PCB
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Jeremiah Dickenson
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
 with Sarah
   Jane           Elizabeth
   b17751207      b17780113

Jane Dickenson
   bf 1775 Dec 07 to Jeremiah Dickenson _ et ux Sarah  PA_PCB

Elizabeth Dickenson
   bf 1778 Jan 13 to Jeremiah Dickenson _ et ux Sarah  PA_PCB
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Samuel Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   n. inherited Crossiadore
   n. lived in NY in 1800's ~1885  MD_HOTC P357.
   n. also General Solomon S. Dickinson, Doctor Philemon Dickinson
   n. Collaterally, John Leeds, mathematician and John Leeds Bozman, the
      historian, are connected with this branch that inherited Crossiadore.
      See all the Dickinson witnesses to John Leeds marriage to Rachel Harrison
      MD_HOTC P377 1726 2nd 14 which include Powell, Sharp, Lewis and Troth.
   n. John Sharp Dickinson of Baltimore.
 with
   Overton _

Overton Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Dickinson _
   n. resident of Crossiadore

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LINKAGE BEGIN 05  Joseph Dickinson/Mary  of Philadelphia

Joseph Dickinson 05
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   wm 1810 Jul 24 Philadelphia County Wills - Abstracts B3 4006  91
      Joseph Dickinson of Northern Liberties, Phila. Yeoman, provides for wife
      Mary and three children Charles, Tabitha and infant dau. yet unnamed.  If
      wife should die or marry before sd. youngest child attains age of sixteen
      years, he nominates his executors as guardians.  Exrs. brother Jesse
      Dickinson & friend Andrew Thatcher.  Signed 1810 Jul 24 Proved 1810 Aug 15
      Wit. R. Whitehead, Jacob Keen, Philip Halzel  recorded p230.
   n. wm ____ ___ __ PA_PCWA P3453 B1 N24
      Edward Stiles of Philadelphia - Son James Stiles - wife Mary Stiles -
      grandson Edward James Stiles - sisters Elizabeth Conyer and Susanna
      Salter - Children of late sister Mary Dickinson - Brothers Richard and
      Copeland Stiles - children of late .....
   n. wm 1820 Feb 29 PA_PCWA P5003 B7 N103
      John Wentzel of Penn Township, Co. of Phila - Cooper - estate to my wife
      Elizabeth during life, and after her decease, to my granddaughter
      Elizabeth Engle, my daughter Ann Dickenson (now the wife of Joseph
      Dickenson) and Catharine Wentzel, my three sons William, George P. and
      John Wentzel and to children of my daughter Elizabeth Nevil, now the wife
      of George Nevil - Exrs. Son-in-law Joseph Dickenson and my friend John F.
      Warner.  Should sd. dau. Catharine intermarry with George Hays, legacy
      before mentioned shall rest in her children. 1820 Aug 22 Proved.
      Witness: Jacob Billyer, John Deprefontain - Letters to Joseph Dickinson
      Recorded P181

Jesse Dickinson 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to

LINKAGE END 05  Joseph Dickinson/Mary  of Philadelphia
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      The New York Monthly Meeting

Joseph R. Dickerson _
   bm 1820 Sep 05 to Valentine Dickerson _ NYMM
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma P. McClellan _ dt Emma NYMM
   bf 1831 ___ __
   df 1881 Mar 31 at 50 bPP(H) NYMM
   dm 1882 Apr 07 at 61.8.2 bPP NYMM

_ Dickerson
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann _ NYMM
   n. 1796 Jun 15 rocf Wby with dt, Mary (both clear) wd NYMM
   df 1798 Aug 03 NYMM
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Carson Dickinson _
   n. 1787 Jul 11 rocf Wilmington with consent of Mother NYMM
   n. 1790 Apr 07 dis mo NYMM

Charles G. Dickinson _
   bm 1803 May __ NYMM
   dm 1834 Nov 03 at 31.6 (nm) bHS NYMM

David Dickinson _
   bm 1771 ___ __ LI NYMM
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   b
   n. 1821 Nov 16 rocf Creek NYMM
   dm 1825 Feb 15 at 54 bHS (m)(nm) NYMM
   n. 1830 Nov __ dis. NYMM
   df 1855 Jan 17 a wd NYMM
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Eleanor Dickinson _
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Westervelt _ NYMM
   n. 1834 ___ __ dis mo of Corn. 182901 (H) NYMM

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Jonathan Dickinson _
   mf 1856 ___ __ Anna W _ Wby MM
   n. 1852 Nov 24 cf Whitewater for Jonathan
   n. 1856 Mar __ cert of clear to Wby.
   n. 1856 Dec 17 cf Wby & Jericho for Anna.
   n. 1866 Mar __ ct Wby & Jericho for all.
 with Anna W. (nee _ _) Dickinson
   Alice Mary _   Jonathan
   b18590419      b18610407

Alice Mary Dickinson _
   bf 1859 Apr 19 to Jonathan Dickinson _ et ux Anna W. (nee _ _) Dickinson

Jonathan Dickinson _
   bm 1861 Apr 07 to Jonathan Dickinson _ et ux Anna W. (nee _ _) Dickinson

Henry Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Grace _ NYMM
   df 1886 ___ __ NYMM
   dm 1895 Nov 09 NYMM
   n. adopted daughter Jeannie NYMM
 with Grace
   Emma Mary

Emma Mary Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Dickinson _ et ux Grace NYMM
   mm ____ ___ __ J. Harvey Hill _  NYMM
   n. 1852 Nov 24 cf Whitewater with adopted dt NYMM
   n. 1859 recrq of parents NYMM
   n. 1889 Mar __ ct Balt. NYMM

Jeannie Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __
   n. adopted daughter of Henry Dickinson _ et ux Grace NYMM
   mm 1852 Nov 24 S. G. Ely of Whitewater
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John Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Howland _ NYMM
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Howland _ of Mayflower
   n. 1677 members NYMM
 with Elizabeth
   Hannah

Hannah Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth NYMM
   n. parents of Oyster Bay, LI, NY NYMM
   mm 1696 ___ __ Isaac Gibbs _ NYMM
   n. Flushing NYMM
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Reuben L. Dickinson _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ _ Roxey _ NYMM
   dm ____ ___ __ in Calif. NYMM
 with _ (nee Roxey _) Dickinson
   Isabella _     John _         Leonard K _

Isabella Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Reuben L. Dickinson _ et ux _ (nee Roxey _) Dickinson NYMM
   n. 1825 Jan __ rocf Coey NYMM
   n. 1875 Feb __ relrq (H) NYMM

John Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Reuben L. Dickinson _ et ux _ (nee Roxey _) Dickinson NYMM
   n. 1825 Jan rocf Coey. NYMM
   n. 1875 Feb relrq (H) NYMM

Leonard K. Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Reuben L. Dickinson _ et ux _ (nee Roxey _) Dickinson NYMM
   n. 1825 Jan __ rocf Coey NYMM
   n. 1875 Feb __ relrq (H) NYMM

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James Hunt Dickinson _
   n. 1856 Jun 25 rocf NYMM

Jane Dickinson _
   n. 1830 Apr 22 rocf Corn. (clear) with sister Marian NYMM
   n. 1831 Jun __ dis. NYMM

Marian Dickinson _
   n. 1830 Apr 22 rocf Corn. (clear) with sister Jane NYMM
   n. 1831 Jun __ dis. NYMM
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John Dickinson _
   n. 1781 Feb 28 rocf Wby (clear) NYMM
   n. 1785 Jun 08 ct Baltimore (clear) NYMM

John Dickinson _
   dm 1801 Sep 04 bHS NYMM
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John Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Susanna NYMM
   n. 1801 Sep 24 cf Corn. with 5 ch NYMM
   n. 1810 Aug 01 ct Flushing with 4 ch. NYMM
   n. 1819 Nov 04 cf Flushing with 4 dt. NYMM
   n. 1818 Mar 04 ct Cincinnati with 4 ch. named. NYMM
 with Susanna
   Margaret _     Anna _         Mary _         Lydia _        Susanna _
                                                               b18030523
Margaret Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Susanna (nee _) Dickinson NYMM

Anna Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Susanna (nee _) Dickinson NYMM

Mary Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Susanna (nee _) Dickinson NYMM

Lydia Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Dickinson _ et ux Susanna (nee _) Dickinson NYMM

Susanna Dickinson _
   bf 1803 May 23 to John Dickinson _ et ux Susanna (nee _) Dickinson NYMM
   df 1806 Oct 01 at 3 NYMM
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John Dickinson _
   n. (nm) infant stillborn bHS NYMM
 with
   infant
   b18470816

John M. Dickinson _
   bm 1815 NYMM
   dm 1857 May 15 at 42  bPP (prob nm) NYMM
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Jonathan Dickinson _
   n. 1792 Jan 04 con mo  NYMM

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Jonathan Dickinson _
   n. 1792 Jan 17 rocf R. & P. NYMM
   n. 1798 May 02 ct R. & P. NYMM

Frances Dickinson _
   n. 1792 Jan 17 rocf R. & P. NYMM
   n. 1798 May 02 ct R. & P. NYMM
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Mary Dickinson _
   n. 1752 Sep 04 rocf Wby NYMM

Mary Dickinson _
   n. 1796 Jun 15 rocf Wby with mother, Mary (both clear); NYMM
   n. 1817 Oct 01 ct Plains NYMM

John Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Weeks _ NYMM
   bf ____ ___ __ John Weeks _ et ux Ann NYMM
   n. 1827 May 16 rocf Wby with parents NYMM
   n. ret mbrp after mo. NYMM
   dm<1900 (H) NYMM
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Mary Ann Dickinson _
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Cornwell NYMM
   n. 1831 Feb __ dis (H) NYMM
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Townsend Dickinson _
 with
   Samuel
   b1778

Samuel Dickinson _
   bm 1778 ___ __ to Townsend Dickinson _
   dm 1804 Nov 19 at 26  bHS NYMM
 with
   Edmund _       _ _            Maria
   b180203        b18030120      b180403__

Edmund Dickinson _
   bm 1802 Mar __ to Samuel Dickinson _ NYMM
   dm 1803 Jan 11 at 1.8 bHS NYMM

_ Dickinson _
   b. 1803 Jan 20 to Samuel Dickinson NYMM
   d. 1803 Jan 30 at 10d bHS NYMM

Maria Dickinson _
   bf 1804 Mar __ to Samuel Dickinson _ NYMM
   df 1804 Sep 25 at 6m bHS NYMM
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Isaac Dickinson _
   bm 1806 May __ Dutchin Co. NYMM
   dm 1830 Apr 27 at 24.11 bHS NYMM

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Ebenezer Dickinson _
   bm 1800 Jul 20 in Port Jefferson.
   mf ____ ___ __ Marian Hallock
   bf ____ ___ __ to Josiah Hallock _, he the son of Josiah Hallock _
   n. The family name is also known as "Dickerson."
      Dickinson appears on deeds and wills for Ebenezer.
   n. Ebenezer came from a long line of sea-farers. His grandfather was Nehemiah
      Hand of Setauket As a boy he lived on the east shore of Port Jefferson
      village harbor and witnessed a British Man of War ship when it fired a
      cannon ball in his direction. Captain Ebenezer appears in the 1840 to 1860
      censuses as a boatman, farmer, and fisherman. He was a sea-faring man
      involved in the cordwood industry.
   dm 1887 Jul 30 Captain Ebenezer. His house was located on the southeast
      corner of The Lane and Rocky Point Landing Road and collapsed in a heavy
      snowstorm in 1917. His son, Alanson Lant Dickinson was owner of a schooner
      which hauled cordwood from the Rocky Point Landings to Haverstraw, NY, in
      the tradition of his father. Grandson Captain Raymond Lester Dickinson,
      was Captain of the "Catskill" which was used for many years as the Port
      Jefferson Bridgeport Ferry. From Long Island Genealogy.
   n. "Mariam Hallock" Dickerson (#24 row 6) Marian preferred to be called
       Mariam.
   bf 1802 Sep 08 to Josiah Hallock, 2nd, and Elizabeth Davis. in Rocky Point
   ld 1832 May 05
      Marian's father deeded her one acre of land on the southeast corner of
      The Lane and Rocky Point Landing Road. Conveyed a piece of his farm in
      Rocky Point "in consideration of love and good will."
   df 1867 Aug 16. The headstone of Marian (with spelling shown as Dickinson)
      was damaged. Thus, her grand-daughter Catherine, had the gravestones for
      Ebenezer and Marian replaced in 1947.

Sarepta Dickerson
   bf 1843 Jul 05 to Ebenezer Dickinson _ et ux Mariam (nee Hallock) Dickinson
      at the home of her parents which they built at The Lane and Rocky Point
      Landing Road.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Holmes _
   mm 1867 Oct 02 George Rogers _ a Civil War veteran.
   df 1919 Oct
 with Webster
   Webster _
 with George Rogers _
   Adelia         Josephine

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      PA Gazette

   n. 1729 August 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #150
      Entred Inwards.
      Sloop William, Ja. Dickinson from St. Christophers.

   n. 1730 April 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #389
      On Friday Night last, about 11 o'Clock, a Fire broke out in a
      Store near Mr. FishbournWharff, and before it could be
      masterconsumed all the Stores, &c. on the Wharff, damaged
      several Houses on that Side the Street, and crossing the Way,
      seized the fine House of Mr. J. Dickinson, with two other
      Houses adjoining towards Walnut-street, which are all ruined.
      The Lots in the Whole is supposed to be four or five Thousand
      Pounds. It is thought that if the People had been provided
      with good Engines and other suitable Instruments, the Fire
      might easily have been prevented spreading, as there was but
      little Wind. There is now a Subscription on Foot for supplying
      the Town with every Thing necessary of the Nature, which meets
      with great Encouragement. There was much Thieving at the Fire,
      and several ill Persons are now in Prison on that Account.

   n. 1731 March 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #670
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SEA NYMPH, THOMAS GILBERT, BERMUDA
      GEORGE, GEORGE DICKINSON,

   n. 1731 May 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #711
      ACCOUNT OF THE NEGROES RISING AND OVERCOMING CAPTAIN GEORGE
      SCOT, IN HIS PASSAGE FROM GUINEA, SLOOP THE LITTLE GEORGE,
      RHODE ISLAND, COAST OF GUINEA, SLAVES, GOT OFF THEIR IRONS,
      KILLED THE WATCH, JOHN HARRIS, DOCTOR, JONATHAN EBENS, COOPER,
      THOMAS HAM, SAILOR, THOMAS DICKINSON, SLAVE SHIP. ADVENTURE,
      SERRILEON RIVER, WOMEN SLAVES, SLOOP IN FRENCHMAN'S BAY,
      MONTSERAT, JAMES COLLINGWOOD, MASTER,

   n. 1731 August 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #805
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
      GEORGE, GEORGE DICKINSON, ST. CHRISTOPHERS
      SEA NYMPH, THOMAS GILBERT, ANTIGUA

   n. 1732 September 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1146
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
      GEORGE, GEORGE DICKINSON, ST. CHRISTOPHERS
      FRIENDSHIP, ROBERT ROBINSON, JAMAICA

   n. 1732 November 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1181
      Custom-House, Philadelphia, Entred inwards.
      Sloop George, Joseph Dickinson, to St. Kits.

   n. 1734 May 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1593
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA TRYALL, JOHN DICKINSON
   n. 1734 May 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1599
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA. TRYALL, JOHN DICKINSON, BERMUDA
      ANN, JOHN DICKINSON, JAMAICA

   n. 1734 August 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1685
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA. REBECCA, GEORGE DICKINSON, BARBADOES

   n. 1734 September 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1742
      SHIP MANWARING CAPTAIN JOHN CHUBARD, LIVERPOOL
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK DICKINSON FOR BERMUDA

   n. 1734 October 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1760
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK SLOOP TRYAL, JONA. DICKINSON TO BERMUDA.

   n. 1735 April 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1917
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  GEORGE, JOSEPH DICKINSON, BARBADOES

   n. 1736 June 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2286
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  TRYALL, JOHN DICKINSON, DROITWICH
   n. 1736 July 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2304
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  TRYAL, JOHN DICKINSON, JAMAICA
   n. 1736 July 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2319
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  TRYAL, JOHN DICKINSON, JAMAICA

   n. 1736 August 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2335
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK DURHAM AND DICKINSON FROM TURKS ISLAND
      BURLINGTON, NEW JERSEY, VIOLENT GUST OF WIND, SHARK, IN RIVER,

   n. 1736 September 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2359
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK J. DICKINSON FOR ANTIGUA

   n. 1736 September 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2375
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK E. GILBERT FROM BERMUDA
      J. DE BOIS FOR MADEIRA J. DICKINSON TO ANTIGUA

   n. 1737 May 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2601
      PHILADELPHIA. There are several private Letters in Town from
      London, that mention the Appointment of Col. THOMAS (a
      gentleman of Antigua) to the Government of this Province.
      Friday last, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held here for
      this County, three Persons received Sentence of Death, to wit,
      Henry Wildman, for Burglary; Isaac Brandford, for Robbery; and
      Catherine Connor, for Burglary; she had been convicted of a
      Crime of the same kind last Year, and condemned to die, but
      was pardon. Three others, to wit, two Men and one Woman,
      were tried at the same Court for Felony, but were acquitted.
      We hear from BURLINGTON County, that on the 11th Inst. died
      there of a Stoppage in his Urine, Dr. JOHN BROWN, a Gentleman
      of singular Skill in the Profession of Surgery, which he
      practised in those Parts many Years with great Success, and
      was well esteemed by all that knew him.
      Custom House, Philadelphia, Entred in.
      Sloop Rebecca, George Dickinson, from Barbadoes

   n. 1737 July 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2656
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK. DICKINSON FROM JAMAICA
      BURROWS AND DICKENSON FOR CORACOA

   n. 1737 October 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2805
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  REBECCA, GEORGE DICKINSON, BARBADOES
      MARY, MATHIAS KING, RHODE ISLAND
      MARY, MATHIAS KING, RHODE ISLAND

   n. 1738 May 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3038
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  REBECCA, GEORGE DICKINSON

   n. 1738 May 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3046
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  CLYMER, WILLIAM CLYMER, ANTIGUA
      GEORGE, JOSEPH DICKINSON

   n. 1738 August 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3175
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON , BERMUDA
   n. 1738 September 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3258
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON

   n. 1738 October 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3277
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA REBECCA, GEORGE DICKINSON , BARBADOES

   n. 1738 October 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3289
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON

   n. 1739 February 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3421
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  WILLIAM, GEORGE DICKINSON

   n. 1739 March 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3448
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  DRAGON, THOMAS CLIFTON, LEWES
      WILLIAM, GEORGE DICKINSON

   n. 1739 May 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3506
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON , JAMAICA

   n. 1739 October 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3734
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  WILLIAM, GEORGE DICKINSON

   n. 1739 October 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3755
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON, BERMUDA

   n. 1739 November 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3774
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  DELIGHT, JOHN DICKINSON, BARBADOES
      HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKENSON, JAMAICA

   n. 1740 January 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3848
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA WILLIAM, GEORGE DICKINSON, LISBON
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA  (missing data?)
      SLOOP VULCAN, MATHIAS KING FOR GIBRALTAR
      SLOOP VULCAN, MATHIAS KING TO BARBADOES
      SLOOP HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON TO JAMAICA

   n. 1740 September 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4193
      CUSTOM HOUSE Philadelphia DELIGHT, JOHN DICKINSON

   n. 1740 September 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4223
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA TEFFIER, MARY, HENRY DICKINSON,
      BARBADOS UNITY, FENWICK STRETCHER
      MARY, HENRY DICKINSON NEW LONDON BLESSING, CHARLES DICKINSON
      DELIGHT, JOHN DICKINSON ANTIGUA UNITY, FENWICK STRETCHER

   n. 1740 October 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4246
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
      MARY, DAVID BEVAN, HENRY DICKINSON, ST. CHRISTOPHERS
   n. 1741 July 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4706
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
      MERCY AND REBECCAH, HENRY DICKINSON, BERMUDAS

   n. 1741 Aug 06 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4760
      ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of John Burk late of this City,
      Merchant, are desired to make speedy Payment to Simon Edgel and George
      Dickinson, Administrators; and those who have any Demands on the said
      Estate, are desired to bring them in that they may be adjusted.

   n. 1741 October 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4902
      To be SOLD, by PUBLICK VENDUE, at the Coffee House,
      Philadelphia, ON Saturday next, at 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon:
      Three Fourths of the Brigantine GLOBE, William Trimble,
      Master, now lying at Thomas Griffitts Wharff, belonging to
      the Estate of John Bourk, lately deceas; with her Rigging,
      Sails and Appurtenances; by George Dickinson and Simon Edgel,
      Administrators to said Estate.

   n. 1744 May 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6391
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA SLOOP ENDEAVOUR, JOHN DICKINSON, TURKS ISLANDS

   n. 1744 June 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6449
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA BERMUDA DELIGHT, WILLIAM DICKINSON
   n. 1744 July 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6482
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA DELIGHT, WILLIAM DICKINSON, BARBADOES
   n. 1744 July 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6500
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA SLOOP DELIGHT, WILLIAM DICKINSON, BARBADOES

   n. 1744 September 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6641
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP ENDEAVOUR, JOHN DICKINSON, ST. CHRISTOPHERS

   n. 1744 October 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6689
      PHILADELPHIA. By farther Advices from London of July 30. we
      lean, That Prince CharlesPassage had put a Stop to the
      Progress of the French in Flanders. That the Imperial and
      French Courts complain loudly of the Elector of Mentz, on
      Account of that Passage. That Admiral Matthews is ordered
      home, and the Command of his Fleet given to Admiral Rawley.
      That Admiral Balchen was sailed from Spithead with 22 Sail in
      quest of the Brest Squadron which was at Sea. That the Channel
      is very well guarded, few English Ships being taken by the
      Enemy, and a great many French Prizes daily sent in. That
      Prince Charles has caused a Body of Troops to take Possession
      of the Valley of Leimingen, by which the Passage of the
      Succours going to Alsace is cut off; and that he proposed to
      besiege Strasburg, which had but a weak Garrison. Last
      Wednesday Morning being the 3d Inst. October, the Sloop Rover,
      Francis Frewen Commander, weighed Anchor in Lewistown Road
      about 7o'Clock, and about 10 was about 9 Leagues off Cape
      Henlopen, when he was boarded by a French Privateer Ship
      called the Experience, of Cape Breton, commanded by Capt. John
      Joseph Le Gross, Mounting 16 Carriage and 12 Swivel Guns, and
      130 Men. The Day before the same Privateer took a Bermuda
      Sloop laden with Salt, Capt. Dickinson Master, which Sloop he
      scuttled; she having lost her Mast. And on Wednesday he took
      two more Sloops, Capt. Spencer, of Rhode Island, laden with
      Rum, Cheese, and Syder, and Capt. David Ellinwood of Boston.
      The Prisoners requested to be put on Shore at the Cape; but
      the Capt. delayed till about 9 o'Clock at Night, when he have
      them two Boats and Oars each with a Compass, to 17 men, and
      Leave to go. They were 13 Leagues then from the Land, and the
      Wind off the Shore, but by great Labour they got safe to Land
      at 8 o'Clock next Morning, about 9 Mile to Southward of Cape
      Henlopen, on Capt. William Faucitts Land who treated them very
      kindly. The French took all from them, but what they had on
      their Backs. The Remainder of the Elections which were not
      come to Hand last Week. For Lancaster Country.
      Representatives, James Mitchell, Samuel Blunston, Arthur
      Paterson, John Wright, Commissioner, Andrew Work. Assessors,
      Martin Milin, Robert Allison, Andrew Boggs, Patrick Hays, John
      Davies, Jacob Milin. Sheriffs, Samuel Scot, John Sterret.
      Coroners, Robert Thomson, Alexander Gibbony. For New Castle
      County: Representatives, John McCoole, William Armstrong, John
      Vonce, James McMahon, Samuel Clements, Daniel Corbet.
      Sheriffs, Samuel Bickley, Gideon Griffith. Coroners, Benjamin
      Cooke, James McMullen. For Ken County: Representatives, Mark
      Manlove, James Gorrel, John Tilton, John Robinson, Abraham
      Alle, Andrew Caldwell. Sheriffs, Thomas Green, John Hunter.
      Coroners, John Clayton, jun. Thomas Parks. For Sussex County:
      Representatives, Woolsey Burton, Jacob Rollock, William
      Fassit, Abraham Wynkoop, Luke Watson, Ryves Holt. Sheriffs,
      William Shankland, Peter Clows. Coroners, Robert Gill,
      Alexander Lermouth. On Tuesday, October the 2d, at a Meeting
      of the Aldermen and Common Council, EDWARD SHIPPEN, Esq; was
      chosen MAYOR of this City for the ensuing Year.

   n. 1745 June 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7145
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP WARWICK, ROBERT DICKINSON
   n. 1745 June 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7157
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP WARWICK, ROBERT DICKINSON, ANTIGUA
   n. 1745 November 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7498
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP LARK, JOHN HORNER, GEORGIA
      WARWICK, ROBERT DICKINSON, CORACOA
      ABIGAIL, THOMAS BOURNE, BOSTON

   n. 1746 May 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7801
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      DOVE, WILLIAM DICKINSON, BERMUDAS
      WARWICK, ROBERT DICKINSON, ANTIGUA
      SLOOP HENRY, JOHN DICKINSON
      SLOOP ADOLPH, JOHN BUSH, EUSTATIA,
      SLOOP BATCHELOR, CHRISTOPHER GODDARD, MADEIRA
      SLOOP ABIAGAIL, THOMAS BOURNE, SLOOP

   n. 1746 May 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7816
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      DOVE, WILLIAM DICKINSON, JAMAICA
      BATCHELOR, CHRISTOPHER GODDARD, MADEIRA

   n. 1746 May 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7830
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP HENRY, JOHN DICKINSON, ANTIGUA
      WARWICK, ROBERT DICKINSON, ANTIGUA

   n. 1746 August 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8020
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      HENRY, BENJAMIN DICKINSON, CORACOA
      LOUISBURGH, SAMUEL KING, ROTTERDAM

   n. 1746 September 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8150
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP FRANCIS, FRANCIS DICKINSON, ANTIGUA
   n. 1746 October 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8178
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP PROSPERITY, NATHAN YOUNG, BOSTON
      SLOOP FRANCIS, FRANCIS DICKINSON, BERMUDA
   n. 1746 October 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8244
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      FRANCIS, FRANCIS DICKINSON, BERMUDA

   n. 1746 November 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8264
      NEW YORK, November 3 We learn from Albany, that as the Forces
      were marching from thence on their Way to the Carrying place,
      about 18 Miles from that City, one Delamont, a Waggonner,
      lagging a little behind the others, was set upon, shot and
      scalpby the Indians, before any Person knew any thing of
      the Matter, who thereupon immediately made off undiscovered.
      Last Week came in here an English Prize sloop retaken by the
      Castor and Pollux Privateers of this Port, the 16th of
      September last, off Cape Francois, from the famous Spanish Don
      Pedro de Aracochia, who had taken her the 28th of August off
      Bermudas, to which Place she belongand bound to from St.
      Kitts, Joseph Dickinson, Master: There were 9 Spaniards and
      two Englishmen on board when they retook her, and was bound
      for Havannah: She is laden with salt, Rum and sugar: They
      parted from the Castor and Pollux, the 19th of September, all
      well on board.

   n. 1746 December 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8333
      PHILADELPHIA, December 9. Last Week arrived here Capt. Binney,
      from Boston, by whom we are informed, that Captain Longstaff,
      in a Sloop from Boston for this Place, is cast away on
      Nantucket Shoals. Yesterday the Ship Mary, Captain Martin,
      from London, arrived here. The same Day arrived Captain
      Groves, from Boston, who in his Passage took up the People of
      a large French Prize Ship, that was cast away on Nantucket
      Shoals; she was bound from Marseilles to the West Indies, and
      taken by Captain Carr, in a Privateer of Rhode Island, and was
      supposed to be very rich. We hear from Antigua, Via Virginia,
      that Captain Todd, and two other Captains, of the Name of
      Dickinson, all in Bermudas Sloops, are taken by the French
      Privateers.

   n. 1747 March 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8499
      PHILADELPHIA, March 3. By a Vessel from Providence we learn,
      that Captain Benjamin Dickinson, in a Bermudian Sloop, bound
      for Jamaica, from this Place, was taken in the Windward
      Passage, by two French Privateers, and carried to Leoganne.

   n. 1747 April 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8647
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      DRAGON, BENJAMIN DICKINSON, NEW PROVIDENCE

   n. 1747 May 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8727
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP DRAGON, BENJAMIN DICKINSON, JAMAICA
      DOLDRIN, SAMUEL PALMER, BARBADOS

   n. 1747 June 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8764
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      BRIGT. RECOVERY, JOSEPH GREENWAY, BARBADOS
      SCHOONER SPEEDWELL, W. GREENWAY, SOUTH CAROLINA
      DRAGON, BENJAMIN DICKINSON

   n. 1748 August 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9947
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP PHOENIX, JAMES DICKINSON, BERMUDA
      SCHOONER HAWK, FENWICK STRETCHER, NEWFOUNDLAND

   n. 1748 September 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10035
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      PHENIX, JAMES DICKINSON, BERMUDA

   n. 1748 September 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10060
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      FRANCIS, FRANCIS DICKINSON, JAMAICA

   n. 1748 October 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10138
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP FRANCIS, FRANCIS DICKINSON, BARBADOS
      DOVE, CHRISTIAN HIGGINS, BOSTON

   n. 1748 November 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10205
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP TRYAL, JOSEPH DICKINSON, BERMUDA
   n. 1748 November 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10226
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP TRYAL, JOSEPH DICKINSON, FYALL
   n. 1748 December 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10277
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SLOOP TRYALL, JOSEPH DICKINSON, BARBADOS.
   n. 1749 January 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10341
      Philadelphia, January 9. 1748-6. Run away, from on board the
      sloop Tryal, Joseph Dickinson commander, some time in December
      last, a molattoe fellow, about 5 foot 4 inches high. Any
      person that will secure said fellow, or give any intelligence
      to the printers hereof, so as he may be found, shall have
      Fifteen Shillings reward, paid by said printers.

   n. 1749 April 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10553
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SHIP HESTER, THOMAS DICKINSON, ST. KITTS.

   n. 1749 May 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10664
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      ROBERT, ROBERT DICKINSON, BERMUDA.
      BRIGT. CHARMING POLLY, JOSEPH GREENWAY, JAMAICA

   n. 1749 October 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11164
      NEW YORK, October 16. Yesterday we had a violent gale of wind
      at east and north east, in which Capt. Dunbibin in a brigt.
      from Cape Fear, and Capt. Dickinson in a sloop from Jamaica,
      were both drove ashore near Sandy Hook: Capt. Dickinson is
      since got off and come up; but it will be no small task to get
      the brigt. off well; abundance of small craft were drove
      ashore, and many of them lost.

   n. 1750 June 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11861
      CUSTOM HOUSE. PHILADELPHIA.
      SLOOP NONPAREIL, JOHN DICKINSON, ANTIGUA.

   n. 1750 September 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12163
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of Capt. George Dickinson,
      late of this city, deceased, are desired to pay; and those who
      have any demands against the said estate, are desired to bring
      their accounts to the subscriber, at Capt. George Spafford,
      that they may be adjusted. GEORGE STEVENSON, administrator.
      N.B. Such as stand indebted on the books of the said George
      Stevensonlate Wife, are desired to pay, and those who have
      any demands are desired to bring in their accounts.

   n. 1751 March 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12738
      For JAMAICA, The BRIGT. CUMBERLAND, EDWARD DICKINSON,
      Commander; Will sail in three weeks at farthest, having one
      half of her cargo already engaged.
      For freight or passage, apply to said commander, on board
      at HamiltonWharff.

   n. 1751 April  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12804
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA OUTWARDS.
      Ship Hallifax, Thomas Adams, for West Indies.
      CLEARED.
      Brig. Cumberland, Edward Dickinson, to Coracoa.

   n. 1751 April 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12829
      NEW YORK, April 8.
      By Capt. Ramadge, who arrived here about 10 Days ago from
      Leoganne, we have Advice, that about two Months ago Capt.
      Dickinson, in a Bermudian Sloop, from Jamaica, having been
      drove on the Coast of Hispaniola, was taken by a French Guarda
      Coasta, and carried into Leoganne, where they confined the
      Captain thirty Days, pretending his Papers were counterfeit,
      and endeavouring to condemn him a Pyrate; but not being able
      to do it, they at last let him go, without any Satisfaction.
      The Sloop Moses, Capt. Ireland, who arrived here last
      Week from the Musquito Shore, sailfrom this Port in
      November last, and the Day after she sail, met with a very
      violent Gale at N.W. which split their Main sail and Square
      sail all to Pieces, and took them three Days time to mend them
      again, which they had no sooner done, than another Gale tore
      their Jibb to Pieces also. ----- About the 8th of December,
      they met with another hard Gale, which did them some Damage,
      and drove them into a deep Bay about 20 Leagues to leeward of
      Barracoa, on the Island of Cuba: Before they could get out, a
      Spanish Guarda Coasta came up to them, took them, and carried
      them into a River, where there was no Inhabitants, where they
      kept them eight Days, plundering them of all their Cabbin
      Stores, and were about doing the same to the Cargo; but the
      Englishmen finding their bad Condition, conspired together,
      and rose suddenly on the Spaniards, whom they soon overcame
      and secured; then they went on board the Guarda Coasta, to
      plunder turn and turn about, and after cutting and destroying
      their Sails and Rigging, weighAnchor, and made off: After
      they had got out of Danger of a Pursuit, they gave the
      Spaniards their Canoe again, and let them go, and then made
      the best of their Way on their Voyage.
      We have Intelligence from the Jerseys, that some Men who
      belonged to one of the Vessels that attempted to carry off
      some of the Money belonging to the Spanish Wrecks at Ocacock
      in North Carolina; were last Week apprehended, and committed
      to Amboy Goal, as said, by Orders from the Government.
      Last Thursday Capt. Bennet, in a Sloop from the Bay, run
      on the East Bank, and was cast away.

   n. 1751 April 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12832
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, ENTERED INWARDS.
      Brigt. Neptune, Henry Dickinson, from Barbados.
      CLEARED.
      Ship Hallifax, Thomas Adams, to West Indies.

   n. 1751 August  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13331
      NEW YORK, August 5.
      Capt. Fowle, who arrived here last Week from Coracoa,
      touchat Bermuda in his Way hither, and informs us, that
      whilst he was there, Capt. Appleton arrived there in a Sloop
      from Turks Island, and gave an Account, that a Spanish
      Privateer or Pirate from St. Domingo, had lately taken there
      the following English Vessels, viz. Capt. Ja. Dickinson, Capt.
      R. Dickinson, and Capt. Chase, all Sloops from Bermuda; Capt.
      Shortes, in a Sloop from N. Carolina; Capt. Tucker in a Brig
      from Barbados, bound for N. London, and Capt. Appleton from
      Antigua for Connecticut; which last ransomhis Sloop for 500
      Pieces of Eight. The Spaniards at first were in a Schooner,
      which they afterwards turninto a Sloop, and then made
      another Privateer of one of the Bermuda Sloops they took to go
      in Concert with them: They endeavourto persuade those they
      took to go along, and enterall that would list, Whites or
      Blacks, of which last there were a good Number.

   n. 1751 August 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13361
      NEW YORK, August 12.
      By Capt. Holly who arrived here last Week from South
      Carolina we have Advice, that Capt. Langdon, in the Brig
      Jamima, of this Port, coming from the Bay of Honduras a few
      Weeks ago, was met with by a Spanish Man of War of 60 Guns,
      off of Cuba, who after taking Capt. Langdon out, put Spaniards
      on board, with Directions to carry her to Port, and then went
      into the Havanna; but the Brig being very leaky, and no News
      of her for some Time after, apprehended she founder.
      The Brig Bonetta, Capt. McCleve, of this Port, sailed from
      hence last March, bound for Jamaica, and for some Time past
      has been esteema missing Vessel; but by Capt. Dickinson
      from Jamaica we have Advice, she was taken on her passage on
      the High Seas by the Spaniards, and carried into St. Domingo;
      the Mate and some of the Hands escaped in their Boat, and got
      safe down to Jamaica, after a very perilous Voyage, and are
      daily expected here in a Vessel which was to sail soon after
      Capt. Dickinson. Thus while our News from Europe says, Orders
      are sent for the Restoration of all illegal Captures made by
      them, those treacherous People continue more and more their
      Depredations, even without any Appearance of Illegality;
      except our own patiently suffering ourselves to be their
      Dupes.

   n. 1751 September 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13483
      Custom House, New York OUTWARDS.
      Ch. Dickinson to St. Thomas.

   n. 1751 November 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13786
      Custom House, New York Outwards.
      Schooner Repentance, Pa. Dickinson to Coracoa.

   n. 1752 February 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14044
      Custom House, New York Inward Entries, Feb. 10. and 17.
      Schooner Relief, B. Gilbert from Anguilla.
      Outwards.
      Sloop Endeavour, C. Dickinson for Jamaica.
      Snow Duke of Argyle, William King to Belfast and Glasgow.

   n. 1752 March 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14133
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA OUTWARDS.
      Brigantine Neptune, Henry Dickinson, for Barbados.
      CLEARED.
      Ship Molly, William Allison, to Dublin.

   n. 1752 April 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14225
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nonpareil, John Dickinson, from Bermuda.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Nonpareill, John Dickinson, for Jamaica.
      CLEARED.
      Brig Funchall, Fenwick Lyell, to Madeira.
      Brig Greyhound, Lester Falkner, to Lisbon.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson, to Barbados.

   n. 1752 June 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14478
      NEW YORK, June 22.
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Relief, C. Gilbert from St. Martin.
      Sloop Mary, J. Basset from Coracoa.
      OUTWARDS. Sloop Phoebe and Polly, J. Spellon,
      Brig. Elizabeth and Anne, A. King for Newfoundland.
      CLEARED. Sloop Endeavour, C. Dickinson to Jamaica

   n. 1752 July 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14597
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Henry, E. Dickinson, and Sloop Diamond, Linus King from
      Jamaica.

   n. 1752 July 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14599
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson, from Bermuda.
      Schooner Swan, Nathaniel Adams, from Piscataway.

   n. 1752 August 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14656
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Anne and Elizabeth, William Dickinson, from S. Carolina.

   n. 1752 August 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14686
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA OUTWARDS.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson, for Barbados.

   n. 1752 August 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14710
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Endeavour, Cha. Dickinson, from St. Martins.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Anne and Elizabeth, Wm. Dickenson, for S. Carolina.
      Brig. Funchal, Fenwick Lyel, for Lisbon.

   n. 1752 September 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14744
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Ann and Sarah, Abraham Bush, from Fairfield.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Almy, John Waterman, for R. Island.
      CLEARED.
      Brig Greyhound, Lester Falkner, to Ditto.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson, to Do.

   n. 1752 October  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14824
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK CLEARED.
      Sloop Prosperity, R. Leonard, and Sloop Endeavour, C. Dickinson to Antigua

   n. 1752 October 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14910
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nonpareil, John Dickinson, from Jamaica.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Tinker, Cornelius Campbell, to N. Carolina.
      Ship Anderson, High Campbell, to Virginia.

   n. 1752 November 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15062
      CUSTOM HOUSE OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Nonpareil, John Dickinson, for Ditto.
      ---- Alexander, James Scott, for Londonderry.
      CLEARED.
      Schooner Cornwallis, Christopher Higgins, to Halifax.

   n. 1752 December 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15136
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Endeavour, Charles Dickinson, and Sloop Abigal, Anthony Byvanck from
      Jamaica.
      OUTWARDS. Sloop William, Asa King for Havanna, as a Flag of Truce.

   n. 1752 December 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15139
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARDS NONE.  CLEARED.
      Sloop Nonpareil, John Dickinson to Barbados.
      Sloop Seaflower, Joseph Young to Barbados.
      Brig Barbados Factor, Joseph Greenway to Barbados.

   n. 1753 February 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15312
      Custom House, New York, Inward Entries, Feb. 12, and 19.
      Outwards.
      Brig Mary, Neil Campbell, and Ship Beulah for Newry in Ireland.
      Cleared.
      Sloop Endeavour, Charles Dickinson to Jamaica.

   n. 1753 April  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15415
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Clifton, Thomas Fell from Jamaica.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson from Ditto.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Dolphin, Samuel Hodgkins to Boston.

   n. 1753 April 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15453
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      Schooner Bredah, John Gilbert from Bermuda.
      OUTWARDS.
      Brig. Neptune, Henry Dickinson for So. Carolina.
      ---- Clifton, Thomas Fell for Jamaica.

   n. 1753 April 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15510
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA OUTWARDS.
      Schooner Bredah, John Gilbert for W. Indies.
      CLEARED.
      ---- Seaflower, Thomas Palmer to Piscataway.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson to S. Carolina.

   n. 1753 May 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15562
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Snow James and Christopher, Thomas Power, from Lisbon.
      Sloop Nonpareil, Jonathan Dickinson, from Barbados.

   n. 1753 May 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15662
      For ANTIGUA, The SLOOP NONPAREIL, JOHN DICKINSON, Commander,
      Will sail with all expedition, having two thirds of her cargo
      engaged. For freight or passage, agree with the said master,
      lying at Stamperwharff.
      N.B. Said vessel has very good accommodations for
      passengers.

   n. 1753 June  7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15692
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nancy, Josiah Dickinson, from S. Carolina.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Nonpareil, John Dickinson for Antigua.
      CLEARED.
      Schooner Bredah, John Gilbert, to Carthagena.

   n. 1753 June 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15736
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES
      Brig Barbados Factor, Joseph Greenway, from Ditto.
      Ship Molly, William Allison, from Jamaica.
      Sloop Betsey, Samuel Lloyd, from S. Carolina.
      CLEARED.
      Brig Nancy, Alexander Adams, to Barbados.
      Sloop Nancy, Josiah Dickinson, to S. Carolina.

   n. 1753 June 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15783
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Prudence, Nathaniel Falkner, for West Indies.
      Brig Greyhound, Lester Falkner, for Madeira.
      ---- Barbados Factor, Joseph Greenway, for Barbados.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Nonpareil, John Dickinson, to Antigua.

   n. 1753 December 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #16429
      MARINE LIST.  Arrived,
      Sally, Gilbert, from Jamaica;
      John, Rhodes, and the Nonpareil, Dickinson, from Antigua;
      Nonpareil, Barker, from Antigua; the Molly, Fowler, from St. Kitts;
      Holland, Jamaica, and the Algolcron, Adams, from Montserrat, at Deal.
      The Rambler, King, from New York;

   n. 1754 April  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #16734
      Custom House, New York, Inward Entries. March 25, and April 1.
      CLEARED. Sloop Benjamin, W. Dickinson to So. Carolina.
      Sloop William. A. KIng to Antigua.

   n. 1754 May 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #16931
      Custom House, New York, Inward Entries.
      Sloop Benjamin, W., Dickinson, and Sloop Elizabeth and Mary, J. Young
      from S. Carolina.

   n. 1754 August  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17254
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Frances, Francis Dickinson from Bermuda.

   n. 1754 September 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17420
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Molly and Hannah, James Campbell from Boston.
      OUTWARDS.
      Schooner Molly and Hannah, James Campbell for Boston.
      Sloop Francis, Francis Dickinson for Bermuda.

   n. 1754 October  3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17475
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Bredah, John Gilbert from St. Christophers.
     ---- Two Brothers, Ephraim Gilbert from Virgin Islands.
      Sloop Hanover, Isaac Young from R. Island.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Francis, Francis Dickinson to Bermuda.
      Snow James and Christopher, Nicholas Power to Lisbon.
      ---- Suizie, James King to Do.

   n. 1755 February 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17966
      NEW YORK, February 17.
      Saturday last Capt. Benjamin Dickenson arrived here in 14
      Days from South Carolina, and acquainting us, that Capt.
      Matthew Dickinson was to sail from thence for this Port, in a
      few Days after him. On the 10th Instant, in Lat. 37, 44. Lon.
      72, 16. Capt. Dickenson spoke with Capt, Baker, in a Snow bound
      into Virginia, from London: and on Thursday last, about 20
      leagues to the Southward of Cape Henlopen, he met with a small
      Boat, with only two Men on board, Lester, Master: They sailed
      from hence about two Weeks ago, bound for Philadelphia, loaded
      with Oysters, but were drove out to Sea, and had suffered much
      Hardship: The Wind being then pretty much in their Favour,
      Capt. Dickenson imagines they soon made some Harbour.
      We have the following Paragraph from a Letter, dated
      Charlestown, South Carolina, January 30, 1755. "Our Assembly is
      going to do something with Respect to the Ohio Affair: That is,
      they are inclined to provide Money, to be applied, in Case a
      War happens, towards the Assistance of the Virginians."
      About Two a Clock on Friday Morning the 7th Instant, the
      Shop of Mr. Doalittle, Clockmaker, at New Haven took
      Fire, supposed by leaving some Colas in his Forge, which
      consumed it, with nine Watches, and two or three Clocks,
      besides all his Work Tools; the Loss is reckonat near 3000
      l. Old Tenor.
      Custom House, New York, Inward Entries.
      Cleared.
      Sloop Benjamin, W. Dickenson, to So. Carolina.

   n. 1755 March 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18044
      Feb. 27. On Monday last the General Assembly of this
      Province met, and are now sitting for the Dispatch of Business.
      Capt. Dickinson, from St. Kitt, informs us, that some
      French Men of War have lately been at St. Vincent, and taken
      16 Dutch Vessels trading there, mostly belonging to St.
      Eustatia.

   n. 1755 March 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18049
      Sailed from South Carolina.  the William, Dickinson, for New York.

   n. 1755 October 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18837
      WILLIAMSBURG, October 3.
      From Augusta we learn, That a party of the Militia, under
      the Command of one Captain Dickinson, met with and attacked a
      Party of the Northern Indians, of whom one was killed, and
      several wounded. Two Indian Boys, of the Catawba Nation, whom
      the Northern Indians had taken Prisoners, were retaken by our
      People, Captain Dickinson had one Man Killed.

   n. 1756 April 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #19455
      CUSTOM HOUSE PHILADELPHIA
      OUTWARDS
      Sloop Francis, Francis Dickinson for St. Christopher.

   n. 1756 December  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #20181
      PHILADELPHIA, December 9.
      The Denny Privateer, of this Port, was spoke with by
      Capt. Dickinson of Bermuda from London, on the 17th of
      September, 60 Leagues to the Eastward of that Island, all well
      on board.

   n. 1757 August 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #20918
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Peggy, Richard Dickinson, from Indian River.
      Sloop Mary, F. Dickinson, from Bermuda & Turk Islands.

   n. 1757 September  1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #20963
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      Carolina.
      Schooner Molly and Hannah, J. Campbell, from Halifax.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Mary, Francis Dickinson, for Ditto.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Delight, John Somers, to Newfoundland.

   n. 1757 September  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #20985
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia OUTWARDS.
      ---- Fanny, Nathaniel Scott, for Barbados.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Mary, Francis Dickinson, to Barbados.
      Brig Hannah, James Cobourn, to Ditto.

   n. 1758 May 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #21789
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nancy, Alexander Adams, from St. Christophers.
      Sloop Ann, William Dickinson, from South Carolina.

   n. 1758 October 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22382
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nancy, Alexander Adams, from Madeira.
      Snow Muggy, William Allison, from Boston.
      OUTWARDS.
      Ship Alexander, Robert Adams, for Barbados.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Frances, John Dickinson, to Jamaica.

   n. 1758 October 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22429
      October 26, 1758.
      There was found, some time ago, a Pocket book, with some Paper
      money, and some Writings in it. The Owner coming and
      describing the said Book and Writings, may have them again, by
      applying to Joseph Dickinson, in Plymouth Township.

   n. 1758 November  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22459
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Lenniston, William Dickinson, from New Castle on Delaware.
      OUTWARDS.
      Brig Whitehill, William Greenway, for Ditto.
      Ship Ann and Elizabeth, Peter Falkner, for Madeira.
      CLEARED.
      Ship Alexander, Robert Adams, to Barbados.

   n. 1758 November 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22481
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Lindo Packet, Alexander Young, from Halifax.
      OUTWARDS.
      Brig Hannah, James Cobourn, for Antigua.
      Sloop Lenniton, John Dickinson, for Georgia.

   n. 1759 February 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22852
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia CLEARED.
      Brig Industry, Jeremiah Dickinson, to Bermuda.

   n. 1759 March 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22989
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Prince of Orange, Benjamin Bassett, from New Providence.
      Sloop Lenniston, William Dickinson, from Georgia.
      Brig Whitehill, William Greenway, from Jamaica.
      OUTWARDS.
      Brig Lydia, William Campbell, for Jamaica.
      Snow Adventure, James Coburn, for Ditto.

   n. 1759 March 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23012
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Leniston, William Dickinson, for Georgia.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Adventure, James Coburn, to Barbados.
      Brig Lydia, William Campbell, to Jamaica.

   n. 1759 April  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23037
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia CLEARED.
      Sloop Lenniston, William Dickinson, to Georgia.

   n. 1759 June 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23383
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Industry, Jeremiah Dickinson, from Fyall.

   n. 1759 August 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23691
      Strayed from the Subscriber, living in Salisbury Township,
      Lancaster County, the third of July last, a small sorrel Mare,
      pretty old, and has a Lump on the near Side of her Belly, like
      a Web; and stops sometimes when riding. She was left at James
      Moore, Miller, in Sadsbury, last Winter by a Soldier.
      Whoever takes up the said Mare, and secures her, so that the
      Owner may have her again, shall have Fifteen Shillings Reward,
      and reasonable Charges, paid by JOSEPH DICKINSON.

   n. 1760 April 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #24645
      NEW YORK, April 14.
      Extract of a Letter from St. Croix.
      Yesterday Afternoon arrived here Capt. Dickinson, from
      South Carolina, in 11 Days; as did also at the same time Capt.
      Lane, in the Sloop Garret, in nine Days; by them, and from the
      Carolina Gazettes we learn, that the Situation of Indian
      Affairs in that Province, were much the same as mentioned in
      our last Papers.

   n. 1760 August 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25242
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Ark, Francis Dickinson, from Turks Island.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Mary, Merit Gilbert, for St. Christophers.

   n. 1760 September 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25340
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Ark, Francis Dickinson, for St. Kitts.
      Brig Postillion, Henry Buck, for Quebec.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Deborah, John Waterman, to Boston.

   n. 1760 September 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25397
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Sally, John Holmes, to Quebec.
      Brig Postillion, Henry Buck, to Quebec.
      Sloop Ark, Francis Dickinson, to Ditto.

   n. 1760 October 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25557
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia. Inwards
      Sloop Henry, Nathaniel Dickinson, from Ditto.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Dolphin, Thomas Waterman, to Boston.

   n. 1760 November  6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25611
      PHILADELPHIA, November 6.
      At a Meeting of the ASSEMBLY of the Three Lower Counties,
      lately held at New Castle, JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; was chosen
      Speaker for the ensuing Year.

   n. 1760 November 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25637
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Friendship, W. Fish, from New Castle on Delaware.
      Ship Joanna, William Bartlet, from Quebec.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Henry, Nathaniel Dickinson, for Montserrat.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Mary, Charles King, to Jamaica.

   n. 1760 December  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25776
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia CLEARED.
      Sloop Henry, Nathaniel Dickinson, to Montserrat.
      Sloop Robert, John Dickinson, to Barbados.

   n. 1761 February 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #26135
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia OUTWARDS.
      Schooner Elizabeth, William Dickinson, for New York.

   n. 1761 March 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #26307
      Sloop Robert, John Dickinson, from Guadaloupe.
      OUTWARDS.
      Schooner Nancy, Ichabod Higgins, for Do.
      Schooner Seaflower, Samuel Paul, for Halifax.
      Sloop Betsey, James Roberts, for N. Carolina.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Prosperous Polly, John Waterman, to Do.
      Schooner Seaflower, Samuel Paul, to Halifax.
      Ship Jamaica Packet, Robert Adams, to Barbados.

   n. 1761 August 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #27155
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Betsey, J. Roberts, and Schooner John. J. Packhouse, from N.
      Carolina.
      Sloop Henry, N. Dickinson, Bermuda.
      Schooner Hound, B. Stapleton, and Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Boston.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Lovy, N. Sheverick, and Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Boston.

   n. 1761 September 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #27224
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Industry, N. Scott, Barbados.
      OUTWARDS. Sloop Henry, N. Dickinson, St. Christophers.
      CLEARED. Sloop Betsey, J. Roberts, Boston.

   n. 1761 September 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #27362
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Recovery, B. Basset, Turks Island.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Henry, N. Dickinson, St. Kitts.

   n. 1761 November 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #27620
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Carolina, W. Dickinson, for S. Carolina.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Friendship, J. Young, Antigua.

   n. 1762 April 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28458
      TO BE LETT,
      A PLANTATION, in the Northern Liberties, where John Moland,
      Esq; formerly lived, containing 116 Acres, of which about 30
      are Meadow. There is a fine Garden, and good Orchard on the
      Place. Any Person inclining to rent it, may know the Terms, by
      applying to John Dickinson, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1762 May 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28593
      PHILADELPHIA, May 13.
      Capt. Johnson, at Londonderry.
      On Tuesday last came on the Election for a Member of
      Assembly for this County, in the Room of THOMAS LEECH, Esq;
      deceased; when JOHN DICKINSON Esq; was elected in his Stead.
      ARRIVALS.
      At Bristol, The Bell Savage, Lewis, from Ditto.
      At an Annual Meeting of the Contributors to the
      Pennsylvania Hospital, held according to Law on the 3d
      Instant, the following Members of that Corporation were
      elected Managers and Treasurer for the ensuing Year, viz. John
      Reynell, Thomas Gordon, Isaac Greenleafe, Evan Morgan, James
      Pemberton, Thomas Wharton, Samuel Rhoads, John Mease, Henry
      Harrison, Israel Pemberton, Jacob Lewis, Joseph Richardson.
      And Hugh Roberts, Treasurer.

   n. 1762 May 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28647
      May 14, 1762.
      RUN away from the Subscriber, the 11th of this Instant, living
      in Uchland Township, Chester County, an Apprentice Lad, named
      Josiah Dickinson, about 19 Years of Age, about 5 Feet 5 Inches
      high, of a fair Complexion, and wears his own Hair: Had on and
      took with him when he went away, a grey Cloth Coat, a white
      Jacket, a Pair of Buckskin Breeches, blue Yarn Stockings, two
      Pair of Shoes, a Felt Hat, and two Shirts, one of them fine,
      and the other coarse; is supposed to be gone with one John
      O'Neil, of a low Stature, a fair Complexion, about 19 Years of
      Age, who had on a brown Coat, Buckskin Breeches, a Pair of
      Shoes, black Worsted Stockings, and a Castor Hat; it is
      supposed they are going a privateering. Whoever takes up and
      secures the said Lads in any Goal, so as their Masters may
      have them again, shall have Three Pounds Reward, and
      reasonable Charges, or Thirty Shillings for each, paid by
      JAMES ADAMS.
      N.B. The said Dickinson is a Taylor by Trade; all Masters
      of Vessels are forbid to carry him off at their Peril.

   n. 1762 June 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28805
      Came to the Plantation of Garus Dickinson, in Robinson
      Township, Berks County, on the 3d ult. a little trotting bay
      Mare, about 6 or 7 years old, shod before, lately bobbed, and
      has got a slit in the off Ear. The Owner is desired to come,
      and prove his Property, and take her away.

   n. 1762 October 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #29533
      To be SOLD,
      A House and Lot, situated in the Township of Norriton, and
      joining the great Road which leads to Reading; the House is
      one Story high, built of Stone, the Lot contains better than
      Three Quarters of an Acre, and is very well situate for a
      Tradesman or Shopkeeper. For Terms apply to JAMES DICKINSON,
      at Alexander Seaton, the Corner of Fourth and Chestnut
      streets, in Philadelphia, or at said House.

   n. 1762 October 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #29607
      PHILADELPHIA, October 28.
      Extract of a Letter from Lisbon, August 16, 1762.
      Extract of another Letter from the same Place, August 18.
      ARRIVED from this Port.
      From Maryland, Captains Saunders, Dickinson and Buckler,
      at Barbados.

   n. 1763 May 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #30797
      To be LETT,
      A GOOD three story Brick House, with a Stable and Chaise
      House, thereunto belonging, in Second street, now in the
      Tenure of John Dickinson, Esquire. For Terms, agree with
      WILLIAM WISHART, in Water street.

   n. 1763 June 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #30930
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Pandora, J. Dickinson, Georgia.

   n. 1763 June 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #31018
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Joanna, W. Barlett, New England.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Boston.
      Sloop Joanna, W. Bartlett, Salem.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Pandora, J. Dickinson, Georgia.

   n. 1763 June 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #31065
      STRAYED, about the last of April 1763, from the Plantation of
      Joseph Dickinson, in Salisbury Township, Lancaster County, a
      little trotting bay Mare, about 7 or 8 Years old, with a Slit
      in the off Ear, the Brand unknown. Whoever secures said Mare,
      so that the Owner may have her again, shall have Ten Shillings
      Reward, and reasonable Charges, paid by me JOSEPH DICKINSON.

   n. 1763 July 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #31202
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Falmouth, L. Weekes, Falmouth in New England.
      OUTWARDS.
      Brig Nancy, W. Dickinson,
      Sloop Falmouth, L. Weeker, Boston.
      CLEARED.
      Schooner Nancy, W. Dickinson and Sloop Greyhound, R. Lawton, Rhode Island.      Schooner Unity, P. Faulkner, N. Providence.

   n. 1764 January 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #32427
      TO BE LETT, for a Term of Years,
      A PLANTATION, containing 2000 Acres, situate on the North Side
      of JonesCreek, in Kent County, on Delaware, six Miles from
      the Town of Dover, and two from the Bay. It is esteemed the
      finest Tract of rich land in the County, and is equally fit
      for Tobacco, Grain or Graising; the whole is fenced in; about
      800 Acres are clear, and an Hundred more may be cleared. It
      has a large Quantity of Marsh adjoining it, and several
      Branches which can easily be made into the best Meadow,
      besides 25 Acres of Upland in red Clover. The Place is bounded
      to the Southward by the Creek above mentioned, with great
      Conveniency for Fishing and Oystering; and has two landings,
      from whence any Kind of Grain may be sent to Philadelphia at
      the Freight of Threepence a Bushel. -- There is on this
      Estate, a Brick Dwelling house, two Stories high, with four
      Rooms on a Floor. -- Another small Dwelling house; four framed
      Barns, 50 Feet long; two large Granaries; a Dairy house, with
      a Stream running thro'it from an excellent Spring; fifteen
      other Out houses; a Tanyard; five Apple Orchards, one of them
      of the best Grafts; a Peach orchard, and a good Garden, with a
      great Number of fine Fruit Trees.
      There will be lett with the Plantation, as many Negroes,
      of either Sex, and of any Age, as the person taking it shall
      desire; among them are Taylors, Shoemakers, Tanners and
      Carpenters, who can do rough common Work, besides being
      acquainted with Farming and Planting. And as they are
      remarkably honest and well behaved, Care will be taken, that
      they are not put under the Command of any one, but a good
      natured humane Man. A Tenant may also have whatever Stock of
      Horses, Oxen, Cows, Sheep, and Hogs he chuses, with Plows,
      Carts, and every Kind of farming Implements. ---- This Place
      may very conveniently be divided into two parts, and may be
      entered upon about November next; when a good Crop will be in
      the Ground. Any Person inclining to lease the whole, or either
      Part, may know the Terms, by applying to JOHN DICKINSON, in
      Philadelphia, or to PHILEMON DICKINSON, in Kent.

   n. 1764 June 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33622
      Tomorrow will be published, and sold by WILLIAM BRADFORD, at
      the London Coffee House,
      A SPEECH, delivered in the House of ASSEMBLY of the Province
      of Pennsylvania, May 24, 1764, By JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; one of
      the Members of the County of Philadelphia. On Occasion of a
      Petition drawn up by Order, and then under Consideration of
      the House, praying His MAJESTY of a Change of the government
      of this Province. With a Preface.
      Certe ego Libertatem, quae mihi a meo Parente tradita est,
      experiar: Vernum id frustra, an ob Rem faciam, in vestr Manu
      situm est, Quirites. Sall. Be. Jugurty, in Orat. Memmii.
      As for me, I will assuredly contend for that glorious Plan
      of Liberty, handed down to us from our Ancestors; but whether
      my Labours shall prove successful, or in vain, depend wholly
      on you, my dear Countrymen.

   n. 1764 July 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33699
      Just published, and sold by WILLIAM BRADFORD, at the London
      Coffee House, (Price Nine pence)
      A SPEECH, delivered in the House of ASSEMBLY of the Province
      or Pennsylvania, May 24, 1764. By JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; one of
      the Members for the County of Philadelphia; On Occasion of a
      Petition, drawn up by Order, and then under Consideration of
      the House, praying His MAJESTY for a Change of the Government
      of this Province. With a Preface.
      Gerte ego Libertatem, quae mihi a meo Parente tradita est,
      experiar; Verum id furstra, an ob Rem faciam, in vestra Manu
      situm est, Quirites. Sall. Bell. Jugurth. in Orat. Memmii.
      As for me, I will assuredly contend for that glorious Plan
      of Liberty, handed down to us from our Ancestors; but whether
      my Labours shall prove successful, or in vain, depends wholly
      on you, my dear Countrymen.

   n. 1764 July 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33744
      Shortly will be published,
      Mr. GALLOWAYSpeech in the Assembly, in Answer to Mr.
      DICKINSON, on the Subject of the Petition for a Royal
      Government. With a preface.
      AUDI ET ALTERAM PARTEM. Keep one Ear open.

   n. 1764 July 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33788
      Now in the Press, and will soon be published, and sold by
      WILLIAM DUNLAP, at the Newest Printing Office, in Market
      street, Philadelphia,

      THE SPEECH or JOSEPH GALLOWAY, Esq; one of the Members for
      Philadelphia County; in Answer to the SPEECH of JOHN
      DICKINSON, Esq; delivered in the House of Assembly of the
      Province of Pennsylvania, May 24, 1764, on Occasion of a
      Petition drawn u by Order, and then under Consideration of the
      House, praying His MAJESTY for a Royal, in Lieu of a
      Proprietary Government.
      AUDI ET ALTERAM PARTEM.

   n. 1764 September 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #34230
      Just published, and to be sold by WILLIAM BRADFORD, at his
      Book Store, in Market street, adjoining the London Coffee
      House. Price One Shilling.
      A REPLY to a Piece called, The SPEECH of JOSEPH GALLOWAY, ESq;
      By JOHN DICKINSON.
     "Yes, the last Pen for Freedom let me draw,
      When Truth stands trembling on the Edge of Law;
      Here, last of Britons! let your Names be read;
      Are none, none living? Let me praise the Dead;
      And FOR THAT CAUSE which made your Fathers shine,
      Fall by the Votes of their unhappy Line."POPE.

   n. 1764 October 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #34345
      PHILADELPHIA, October 4.
      HAVING heard that some Persons, on seeing a Paper that
      October 2, 1764. JOHN DICKINSON.
      Monday last being the Anniversary Election throughout this Province for
      Representatives, Sheriffs, Coroners, &c. the following Gentlemen were
      chosen, viz.  Philadelphia County. Representatives, Isaac Norris, Joseph
      Richardson, John Dickinson, Henry Pawling, Joseph Fox, Amos Chester
      County. Representatives, George Ashbridge, John Morton, Isaac Pearson,
      Joshua Ash, John Jacobs, Nathaniel Pennock, Charles Humphreys,
      William Allen.

   n. 1764 November 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #34669
      Lancaster, November 7, 1764.
      WAS committed to my Care, a certain Eleanor Saggenson, a strolling Person,
      was taken up on Suspicion of being a Runaway Servant from William
      Dickinson, in Cumberland County. Her Master, if she has any, is desired to
      come and pay her Charges, and take her away, or else she will be sold out
      for the same, by FELIX DONNALY, Goal keeper.

   n. 1765 February 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #35222
      PHILADELPHIA, February 28.
      Mr. HALL,
      Your Inserting the following Advertisement from the London
      Chronicle of December 8, will oblige many of your Readers.
      This Day was published, Price 2 s.
      A SPEECH delivered in the ASSEMBLY of PENNSYLVANIA, by
      JOSEPH GALLOWAY, Esq; Member for the County of Philadelphia,
      in Answer to one made by John Dickinson, Esq; and in Support

   n. 1765 March 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #35339
      PHILADELPHIA, March 14.
      By the New York Post we have the following Article from
      London, dated December 13.
      On Monday evening last the ingenious Dr. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
      arrived here from Philadelphia, in consequence of an
      appointment from the General Assembly there, to assist in
      transacting the affairs of that province for the ensuing year.
      Mr. HALL
      AS the comparative Merit of Mr. DICKINSON'S printed
      SPEECH, and what is called Mr. Galloway, has long ago been
      determined by the good People of this Province, who are
      certainly very capable Judges in their own Affairs, and not to
      be biassed by Authorities; any thing further on this Head may
      seem unnecessary.
      But Mr. Galloway, or it is rather to be presumed some of
      his Friends, having lately in your Gazette, by Way of
      Character of his said Speech, been pleased to reprint a
      BooksellerPUFF, or ADVERTISEMENT of it, which (to promote
      its Sale) might have been published in all the other
      News-Papers in England, as well as the LONDON CHRONICLE, for a
      Crown each; you will therefore be so kind as to oblige the
      Public with the more DISINTERESTED and honourable Account
      given of Mr. DICKINSON'S SPEECH, by a Sett of Critics and Men
      of Learning, who have long sustained the arduous Employment or
      Province of giving a MONTHLY REVIEW of all new Books published
      in England.
      After mentioning the unhappy Disputes that have long
      divided this Province,"and the late
      Step"which, they justly say, many Gentlemen of Consequence,
      besides Mr. Dickinson, so earnestly opposed; these Writers
      conclude as follows.
     "The Reasons which induced the PHILADELPHIA MINORITY* to
      oppose the Petition for a Change of Government, (as comprised
      in the Speech before us) are many, and, to us, weighty; but
      indeed we, at this Distance, cannot be supposed competent
      Judges. All that we, therefore, can say on the Subject of this
      Pamphlet is, that Mr. Dickinson reasons LIKE A MAN OF
      EXTRAORDINARY GOOD SENSE, WITH THE KNOWLEDGE OF AN ABLE
      POLITICIAN, AND THE PLEASING FLOW OF AN ACCOMPLISHED ORATOR.
      In fine, we will venture to rank this Oration with the many
      noble Pieces of Eloquence which have appeared in the Course of
      Pennsylvania Debates, within these ten or twelve Years past,
      and of which frequent Mention hath been made in our Review."
      * The Minority in Assembly, it is presumed, is here meant.
      (See Monthly Review for October last.)

   n. 1765 April 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #35628
      TO BE SOLD,
      THE Lease of a very good Gristmill, situated at the Head of
      Muspillion creek, or Three Runs, well supplied with Water and
      Custom, belonging to the Estate of Daniel Few, late of Kent
      County, deceased. Any person inclining to purchase, may be
      further informed by applying to JOHN DICKINSON, in
      Philadelphia, or ESTHER FEW, in Dover.

   n. 1765 June 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36016
      SOME time ago I recovered a Debt for one Peter Aston, but
      having never heard from him since the Papers were put into my
      Hands, and not knowing the Place of his Residence, I think
      myself obliged to give this public Notice, that he, or, in
      Case of his Death, his Representatives may receive the Money.
      JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1765 June 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36107
      SOME time ago, I recovered a Debt for one Peter Aston, but
      having never heard from him since the Papers were put into my
      Hands and not knowing the Place of his Residence, I think
      myself obliged to give this public Notice, that he, or, in
      Case of his Death, his Representatives, may receive the Money.
      JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1765 August 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36417
      To the ELECTORS of Philadelphia County.
      GENTLEMEN,
      I THANK you for the repeated Favour you have conferred upon
      me, in choosing me one of your Representatives in Assembly;
      and shall always remember this Proof of your Approbation and
      Esteem with Gratitude and Pleasure. Influenced by a sincere
      Attachment to your Interest, and a perfect Sense of my Duty to
      you, I would chearfully continue to serve you in the Station
      you have been pleased to assign me, but that many Reasons
      compel me to decline it. I therefore desire that you will be
      so kind as to choose, at the next Election, some Person to
      represent you in the Place of,
      GENTLEMEN,
      Your obliged Friend, and faithful Servant,
      JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1765 August 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36585
      To the ELECTORS of Philadelphia County.
      GENTLEMEN,
      I THANK you for the repeated Favour you have conferred upon
      me, in choosing me one of your Representatives in Assembly,
      and shall always remember this Proof of your Approbation and
      Esteem with Gratitude and Pleasure. Influenced by a sincere
      Attachment to your Interest, and a perfect Sense of my Duty to
      you, I would chearfully continue to serve you in the Station
      you have been pleased to assign me, but that many Reasons
      compel me to decline it. I therefore desire that you will be
      so kind as to choose, at the next Election, some Person to
      represent you in the Place of,
      GENTLEMEN, Your obliged Friend, and faithful Servant,
      JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1766 January 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37369
      LIST or LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, Philadelphia.
      Jos. Adams; James Campbell; Dunkin Campbell; George Campbell;
      William Campbell; Nancy Campbell, Beggars Town; William Campbell;
      George Dickinson; John Gilbert; William Johnson; John Johnson, Allenstown;
      William Russel; John Russel; James Stevenson; John Scott, Bucks County;
      James Scott, at the Capes; Y. Ann Young.

   n. 1766 April  3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37669
      PHILADELPHIA, April 3.
      Captain Caton left Hampton in Company with the Ship Royal
      Charlotte, Captain Holland;
      Arrived from this Port.
      And Captain Adams, at Madeira
      The SONS of LIBERTY in the County of Sussex, on Delaware, to the SONS of
      LIBERTY residing in the Northern and Southern Colonies.
      GENTLEMEN,
      ALTHO'we have appeared hitherto dormant, you have not hence, we
      ... all its Abettors. Having retired into the Court House, a Piece,
      supposed to be Mr. DICKINSON'S, was publicly read, and universally
      applauded.....

   n. 1766 April 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37704
      LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, Philadelphia.
      Thomas Bourne, Abington; John Campbell, Schuylkill; William Dickinson,
      Ebenezer Goddard,
      Robert Johnson,
      L. Jacob Lewis,
      Bradford Roberts,
      Y. Peter Young (2) Ann Young.

   n. 1766 April 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37787
      ...  John Dickinson, Esq; was necessarily called Home a few Days before
      the Congress finished, but there was no Doubt in the Minds of any
      but he was a sincere Friend to his Country. His Province have the
      highest Opinion of him, as all who know him must....

   n. 1766 May 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37968
      PHILADELPHIA, May 22.
      That to demonstrate our Affection to Great Britain, and our
      Gratitude for the REPEAL of the STAMP ACT, each of us will, on the
      ........
      reprinted here, and the Bookseller advertised in the Papers, that
      it was written by Mr. DICKINSON. --- Though the Town has been, in
      a Manner, glutted with Pamphlets on American Affairs, yet its Sale
      From Boston. Captains Hunter and Scott, in London; and Captain
      Grespy, at Plymouth.
      From New England. Captain Lewis, at Biddeford; Captain Marshall,
      at Poole; and the Captains Hosea and Bolton, at Cadiz.

   n. 1766 June 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38231
      PHILADELPHIA, June 26.
      Since our last, Captain Appowen arrived here from Cadiz and
      Madeira, but last from Tercera; by whom we have Advice, that seven
      large Swedish Ships were taken into the Spanish Service at Cadiz,
      as Transports, and more (daily expected to arrive) were to be
      engaged; that each of them were to carry 400 Troops by Contract;
      that it was said about 14 or 15,000 Troops were to be embarked
      destined for America, in order to quell the Disturbances in the
      Spanish West Indies, and that they were to be convoyed by a Fleet
      of Men of War, with a great Quantity of Naval and Military Stores,
      of all Sorts, on Board. He also informs, that a Schooner belonging
      to Boston, homeward bound from Lisbon, sprung a Leak on her
      Passage, which increased so fast, that the Captain and Crew were
      obliged to take to their Boat, who were afterwards taken up by a
      Swedish Ship, and carried to Tercera, from whence they went to
      Lisbon, in order to get a Passage home.
      Monday last Captain Johnson arrived here, in seven Weeks from
      Ivica, who informs, that while he lay there he was informed that
      the Prime Minister of Spain was obliged to fly from Madrid, on
      Account of his having been detected in engrossing all the Corn,
      and disposing of it at a very high Rate. --- The Brig Hawke,
      Captain Morton, sailed in Company with Captain Johnson, for
      Boston; and Captain Dunn was to sail soon after him for this Port.
     ---- On the 9th Instant, in Lat. 31:40, Long. 63, he spoke a Sloop
      from Bermuda for St. Christophers; and the 14th, in Lat. 34:44,
      Long. 66, spoke a Sloop from New London for the same Island.
      Liddell and Young, from Maryland;
      Captain Osborn, from Maryland, is arrived at Barcelona; and
      Captain Dickinson, from South Carolina, at Madeira.

   n. 1766 July 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38329
      STATE of the PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL, abstracted from the Accounts
      adjusted by the MANAGERS (and exhibited to the CONTRIBUTORS, at
      their annual Meeting, the Fifth Day of the Sixth Month (May 1766)
      being a Summary of the Expences and Payments for the year, ending
      at that Time.
      List of new CONTRIBUTIONS, from May 6, 1765, to May 5, 1766.
      William Allen, Esq; Money, &c. left in his Hands, some Years
      since, by a Person who never called for it; and he deposites the
      same with the Treasurer, to be repaid when legally demanded by the
      Owners for Heirs, Captain Richard Budden, Elias Bland, of London,
      a Fire Engine, Anno 1763, before omitted.
      William Dickinson, late of this City Merchant, now of Yorkshire, G.B.

   n. 1766 July 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38353
      To be sold, by public vendue, on the 28th of this instant July, at
      two oin the afternoon, three well finished wooden dwelling houses,
      with cellars under the whole, and a lot, situated on the north
      side of Shippen street, between Front and Second streets, in
      Southwark. The lot is 15 fee front by 61. The whole subject to a
      yearly ground rent of Three Pounds Twelve Shillings Pennsylvania
      Currency, to be bought off at any time within 7 years; likewise
      part of a pump at the door for ever; and two servant girls times,
      one has three years to serve, the other five. Any Person or
      Persons inclining to purchase the same before the sale, may apply
      to the subscriber, on the premises,
      WILLIAM DICKINSON.
      N.B. To be sold at the same time, several kinds of houshold goods,
      such as a clock and case, desk, drawers, tables, and other things.

   n. 1766 August  7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38528
      STRAYED from the Subscriber, living in Montgomery Township,
      Philadelphia County, the 30th of June last, a black Horse, seven
      or eight Years old, near 15 Hands high, paces and trots, low
      carriaged, has a Blaze in his Face, his Hind foot, the off Side,
      white, and has a very thick Mane, hanging both Sides his Neck,
      short tail, no Shoes on, and his upper Fore teeth much worn.
      Whoever takes up the said Horse, and brings him to Edward
      Bartholomew, Innkeeper in Montgomery Township aforesaid, or
      secures him, so that the Owner shall have him again, shall receive
      Fifteen Shillings Reward, and reasonable Charges, paid by
      DAVID DICKINSON.

   n. 1766 August 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38635
      PHILADELPHIA, August 28.
      Extract of a Letter from London, June 14, 1766.
      Since our last Captain Albro arrived here, in 37 Days from the Bay
      of Honduras, and advises, that Captain Brice, for this Port,
      sailed a few Days before him; that Captain Boyd, belonging to New
      York, bound for Holland, sailed in Company with him; as did also
      the Captains White, Waldron, Wright and Dickinson, for Rhode
      Island.
      Arrived at Barbados.  Waterman, from New London

   n. 1766 September 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38830
      PHILADELPHIA, September 25.
      A Supplement to the ACT, intituled, An Act to prolong the Time of
      Drawing the Lottery instituted and directed to be drawn in and by
      Virtue of an Act, intituled, "An Act for raising, by way of
      Lottery, the Sum of Three Thousand and Three Pounds, Fifteen
      the Right Hon. Charles Townsend, Thomas Townsend, and Pryce Campbell,
      Esquires, to
      be His MajestyCommissioners, for executing the Office of Treasurer
      of His MajestyExchequer. --- Right Hon. Charles Townsend the
      Office of Chancellor, and also the Office of Under Treasurer of
      His MajestyExchequer, in the Room of the Right Hon. William
      Dowdeswell.
      Arrived at Barbados.
      Dickinson, from South Carolina; Bartlett, from Boston; Baldwin, from New
      London;

   n. 1766 October 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #39054
      Philadelphia, October 18, 1766.
      SOME Time ago, a Bond of Jeremiah and Isaac Pearsol, to William
      McCune, and another of Stoffel Seigman, to Edward Bleany, were put
      into my Hands to be sued. The Debts are recovered; and as I have
      not heard from the Plaintiffs, for more than a Year past, and know
      not the Places of their Residence, I think myself obliged to give
      his Notice, that they or, in Case of their Death, their
      Representatives may receive the Money.
      JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1767 May 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40384
      PHILADELPHIA, May 28.
      Extract of a Letter from Barbados, dated April 24, 1767.
      "About Seven o'Clock this Morning we had a Shock of an Earthquake,
      which lasted about a Minute, but did no Damage; about 15 Minutes
      after, the Sea on a sudden fell several Feet (it being low Water)
      and left the Ground in the Dock bare, then rose again several
      Feet, so that the Water would have come over the Wharff, had not
      the Tide been out; immediately after, it fell so low as to leave
      the Boats dry on the Ground, and directly the Sea came tumbling in
      again with great Force, then rushed back with the same Rapidity,
      and continued ebbing and flowing, in this Manner, about Half an
      Hour. It is imagined, from these Appearances, that a dreadful
      Earthquake has happened in some Part of Europe, as the Earthquake
      at Lisbon occasioned the same Flux and Reflux of Water here,
      though it was not attended with an Earthquake."
      Extract of another Letter from Barbados, of the same Date.
      "About 7 o'Clock this Morning, we had a severe Shock of an
      Earthquake, which continued a full Minute, but has done no Damage,
      and shortly after succeeded by a Flux and Reflux of the Water for
      about 20 Minutes and more, and fell several different Times 8 or 9
      Feet perpendicular, but did no Damage, save oversetting and
      filling several Boats lying at the Wharffs."
      Captain Dysart, from Londonderry, on the 14th Instant, about 36
      Leagues to the Eastward of Sandy Hook, spoke a Schooner, Captain
      Johnson, from New York for Newfoundland, all well.
      ARRIVALS.
      Captain Dickinson, from South Carolina;
      Captains Doughty and Oldfield, from North Carolina;
      At St. Christophers, Captain King, from South Carolina;

   n. 1767 July 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40778
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Polly, C. Dickinson, Bermuda.
      Ship Esther, R. Adams, Sicily.

   n. 1767 August 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40908
      PHILADELPHIA, August 20.
      By a Letter from the Illinois, of the 29th of May, there is
      Advice, that all was very quiet there.
      Captain Gilbert, from London, on the 16th of June, in Lat. 47,
      spoke a Brig from South Carolina for London, out 7 Weeks, all
      well. July 5, off of Fyal, spoke a Schooner, Captain Luke, from
      Rhode Island, on a Whaling Voyage, who had then got seven Whales.
      --- 21st, in Lat. 31, Long 54, spoke the Sloop Recovery, Captain
      Dickinson, from Rhode Island for the West Indies, 18 Days out, all
      well.
      Days out. And on the First Instant, in Lat. 31:37, Long. 63:53, he
      spoke the Brig Coaster, Captain Williams, from Antigua for Cork,
      13 Days out.
      By Captain Hubbs, from Barbados, we learn, that on the 26th ult.
      the Fleet for Europe sailed from thence, and the next Day the Ship
      Nancy, Captain Ross Stewart (one of the Fleet) was found overset,
      about 15 Leagues to Leeward, without Boats, or any Person on
      board; by which it was imagined the People had been taken up by
      the other Ships, or were gone to some of the Islands to Leeward,
      in their Boats. --- Last Friday, about 30 Leagues from our Capes,
      he spoke a Brig from this Port for St. Kitts.

   n. 1767 September 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41011
      PHILADELPHIA, September 10.
      Captain Johnson, from Newfoundland, on the 22d of July, in Lat.
      39:10, Long. 63, spoke the Brig Bathsheba, Capt. Graham, from
      Piscataqua for North Carolina, 12 Days out. August 4, in Lat.
      38:10, Long. 63, spoke the Ship PlanterFriend, Captain Robinson,
      from Maryland for London, four Days out. --- 6th, in Lat. 40:10,
      Long. 64, spoke the Brig Betsey and Polly, Capt. Winkle, from
      London , for Virginia, out 10 weeks, who had sprung his
      ARRIVALS.
      From South Carolina. Captains Davis and Lewis, at Spithead;
      From Maryland. Captain Taylor, at Belfast; and Captain Dickinson,
      at St. Christophers.

   n. 1767 September 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41012
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig James, J. Johnson, Newfoundland.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Polly, C. Dickinson, Madeira.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Polly, P. Adams, North Carolina.

   n. 1767 October  1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41155
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      OUTWARDS.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Polly, C. Dickinson, Madeira.

   n. 1767 October  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41192
      PHILADELPHIA, October 8.
      Thursday last being the Anniversary Election throughout this
      Province for Representatives, Sheriffs, Coroners, &c. the
      following Gentlemen were chosen, viz.
      Philadelphia City.
      Assessors, George Roberts,
      Chester County. Representatives,
      Charles Humphreys, Jonas Preston
      Sussex County. Representatives, Benjamin Burton,
      On Wednesday next the GENERAL ASSEMBLY of this Province meets here.
      Tuesday last, at a Meeting of the Common Council, ISAAC JONES,
      Esq; was elected Mayor of this City for the ensuing Year; Mr. JOHN
      GIBSON was made an Alderman; and Messieurs ANDREW and JAMES ALLEN,
      WILLIAM FISHER, JOSHUA HOWELL, WILLIAM PARR, JOSEPH SWIFT, GEORGE
      CLYMER, and JOHN WILCOCKS, Common Council Men.
      ARRIVALS. Dickinson and Cosden, from Maryland;
      Extract of a Letter from Cohansey, in New Jersey, dated September
      28. 1767.
      "We have had the dreadfulest Havock among our Horses with the
      Distemper, that was ever heard of; by the most reasonable
      Computation, I do not think Two Thousand Pounds would repair the
      Loss to this one County; it has taken off all our best Horses, and
      Colts, and left nothing but Hackneys behind."

   n. 1767 October  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41206
      On MONDAY, the Twelfth Instant, EVENING Schools will be opened, in
      this City, by the following Masters, at their respective School
      Houses, for teaching Writing, Arithmetic, &c. viz. JOSEPH STILES,
      DAVID ELLISON, ROBERT CATHER, WILLIAM OLIPHANT, MOLES PATTERSON,
      TODD and DICKINSON, WILLIAM THORNE, ALEXANDER POWER, JOSEPH
      YERKES, LAZARUS PINE and MICHAEL NORTH.
      N.B. To prevent Trouble, the Price will be Twelve Shillings and
      Six pence per Quarter, Pens, Ink, and Firing included. And at the
      above places will be taught several of the most useful Branches of
      the Mathematics, at the usual prices.

   n. 1767 October 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41256
      PHILADELPHIA, October 15.
      Place, viz. Lord Townsend, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in the Room
      of Lord Bristol; Mr. Conway, Master of the Ordnance, in the Room
      of Lord Townsend; Mr. Charles Townsend, Secretary of State, in the
      Room of Mr. Conway; Lord North, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in
      the Room of Mr. Townsend; and Lord Egmont, President of the
      Council, in the Room of Lord Northington, who retires on his
      Pension."
      Captain Albro advises, that Captain Green, of and for this Place, was to
      sail about 15 Days after him; that he left in the Bay, the Captains
      Hyatt, Lawrence, and Dickinson, belonging to New York;
      The Ship Prince George, Captain Robinson, of this Port, is arrived
      at Jamaica from South Carolina.
      ARRIVALS.
      Captains Greenway and Barry, at Barbados;
      From Virginia. Johnson and Easton, at Dover;

   n. 1768 March 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42216
      Philadelphia, 3d Mo. 21st, 1768. WE whose names are subscribed,
      having met at Capt. Sage, on the 11th of this month, and having
      heard the complaint of JOHN GUALDO, against RICHARD SMITH, are
      clearly of opinion, that the said JOHN GUALDO'S charge of fraud
      and injustice against the said RICHARD SMITH, is without
      foundation.
      JOHN REYNELL, WILLIAM HICKS,
      ISRAEL PEMBERTON, JOHN DICKINSON,
      JOSHUA FISHER, OWEN JONES,
      WALTER SHEE, DANIEL WILLIAMS,

   n. 1768 June  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42631
      PHILADELPHIA, June 9.
      Extract of a Letter from London, dated March 29, 1768, relating to
      the Election of Mr. Wilkes, as a Member for the County of
      Middlesex.
      On the 18th Day of last Month, the Grand Jury of the Court of
      Assize for Cumberland County, presented the following ADDRESS to
      J--N D--K-NS-N, Esq;
      WORTHY SIR, WHILE your seasonable Appearance and spirited
      Vindication of the Liberties of the Colonies, demand the grateful
      Acknowledgments of British America, we, however inconsiderable,
      could not acquit ourselves to our own Breasts, were we entirely
      silent when such a Friend of Freedom, and public Benefactor,
      appeared among us.
      The deep Researches you have made into the British Constitution;
      your natural and easy Manner of deducing thence the Privileges of
      Britons, and, by necessary Connection, of their Sons, in the most
      distant Climates; and Force of Argument, through the whole
      Performance, exhibit to the World your Genius, and procure the
      Admiration of the Learned: But, Sir, the Zeal that glows in every
      Page; your sacred Zeal in Defence of the Rights of the British
      Colonies, will intitle you to the endeared Affection of every good
      Man, of every Lover of his Country, of all who, unbiassed by
      sordid Views, wish the Prosperity of rising Generations.
      You, Sir, have taught the Colonists, that their chartered
      Privileges are not of Courtesy; but the essential Rights of
      Britons, of Freemen, with which they were born, and which they
      brought with them from Britain, inherent and unalienable; and,
      tho'recognized by Charters, what Charters could not bestow.
      You, Sir, have solidly proved, that tho'the P------t of G---t
      B-----n may adjust the Trade and Commerce of the various Branches
      of the extensive Empire, as will best promote the Happiness of the
      whole, yet every Provincial Assembly has, must have, the Power of
      Taxation; or, American Britons are no more Freemen, nothing but
      Slaves, and Vassals of Power.
      Proceed, Sir, and let not the Discouragements of Envy damp your
      Zeal. Envy must in Time die. You have the Joys of a patriotic
      Breast, the Applauses of the Worthy and Good; and dared Envy
      speak, she would call you happy.
      Whilst the patriotic FARMER is receiving from opulent Cities, and
      honourable Corporations, the Tribute of Gratitude, deign, Sir, to
      accept our humble, but sincere Acknowledgments. Tho'we are very
      little, very little, among the many who have become your
      Tributaries, yet, believe it, Sir, we love our Country; we love
      our Liberty; we cannot but be grateful to her generous Votaries;
      and we wish the grateful Remembrance of your Name may be
      transmitted to distant, very distant Generations.
      Carlisle, May 18, 1768. JAMES GALBREATH, Foreman.
      To which he was pleased to make the following Answer.
      GENTLEMEN, I THANK you for this kind Address, and am extremely
      glad to find my Conduct so much approved of by you.
      As the Approbation of worthy Men will always give me Pleasure, I
      hope you never will have any Reason to change the favourable
      Sentiments of me, which you now entertain.
      I sincerely wish Prosperity to you, Gentlemen, and to your
      County."
      Thursday last his Excellency the Right Honourable Lord CHARLES
      GREVILLE MONTAGUE, Governor of South Carolina, and his Lady, came
      up to Town, from New Castle, where they arrived the Day before, in
      his MajestySloop of War the Fowey, Captain ROBINSON, from
      Charlestown.
      On Sunday Night, the 22d of last Month, a Fire broke out in the
      House of Mr. Richard Dickinson, Watchmaker, in Mountholly, which
      entirely consumed the same, together with all the Furniture, and
      every Thing therein, to a considerable Amount. The Fire had got to
      such a Head before it was discovered, that Mr. Dickinson, the only
      Person in the House, narrowly escaped with his Life.

   n. 1768 August  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42979
      Mountholly, 7th Month 27, 1768.
      THE subscriber thinks it necessary to inform the public in
      general, and his friends in particular, that he is now carrying on
      the business of clock and watch making, mending and cleaning, at
      his house in Mountholly, where those that are pleased to favour
      him with their custom, may depend upon its being done with the
      greatest care and dispatch.
      He also finds himself under a necessity to desire all those
      indebted to him, to consider his late misfortune, and discharge
      their respective ballances immediately, in order to enable him to
      carry on his business in the best manner his present low
      circumstances may admit, for the maintenance of himself and
      family. RICHARD DICKINSON.

   n. 1768 September 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43277
      Philadelphia, September 22, 1768.
      ON Monday, the Third of October, the Subscribers purpose to open
      EVENING SCHOOLS, at their respective School Houses, in this City,
      where will be taught, Writing, Arithmetic, Book keeping, &c.
      Likewise, the most useful Branches of the Mathematics, at the
      usual Prices, by DAVID ELLISON, WILLIAM OLIPHANT, TODD and
      DICKINSON, MOLES PATTERSON, JOHN WILSON, JAMES CANNON, ALEXANDER
      POWER, ANDREW PORTER, PATRICK LANAGAN, and JOSEPH YERKES.

   n. 1768 November 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43608
      PHILADELPHIA, November 10.
      The great utility of such a rout must be so naturally obvious to
      every American, that I think it easily executed, especially as Sir
      WILLIAM JOHNSON is at present tr*************************
      ****************************t. 20, 1768. JAMES DICKINSON.
      Mr. Dickinson, at the same time, offered to undertake in person,
      the conducting the observation of the Transit, and making the

   n. 1768 December 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43836
      MRS. BONTAMPS, French MILLENER, acquaints her Employers, that she
      is removed from Spruce street, into Second street, to the House
      where Mr. Tioli keeps his Dancing School (next Door to John
      Dickinson, Esq;). She undertakes to do all Kinds of Millinary
      Work, after the newest Fashion, and mends Gentlemen and Ladies
      Lace Ruffles, &c. She also embroiders in Gold, Silver, Silk and
      THread, upon the late invented Tambour. ---- MICHAEL BONTAMPS,
      FENCING MASTER, takes this opportunity to inform the Public, that
      he has opened a SCHOOL at the above Place, where Gentlemen will be
      taught the Use of the small Sword with Expedition, and after the
      most easy and approved Method. On Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
      Attendance will be given at the School from Nine o'Clock in the
      Morning to Eight in the Evening, and the Three other Days shall be
      reserved for private Scholars.

   n. 1769 February  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44005
      To be SOLD, or LETT upon ground rent, A LOT of ground, containing
      in breadth 51 feet, and in depth 100 feet, situate in Second
      street, next to John Dickinson, Esq. For terms apply to SAMUEL
      POWELL.

   n. 1769 February  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44054
      To be SOLD, or LETT upon ground rent, A LOT of ground, containing
      in breadth 51 feet, and in depth 100 feet, situate in Second
      street, next to John Dickinson, Esq. For terms apply to SAMUEL
      POWELL.

   n. 1769 February 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44108
      900 0 0
      Charity Boxes, viz.
      The Hospital, in the Hall 20 3 11 l/2
      Provincial Assembly 7 14 7
      Israel Pemberton 3 10 0
      William Allen 1 18 2 1/2
      -----------
      229 11 0
      EXTRA EXPENCES Paid John Dickinson, Esq; Money which he advanced
      in obtaining Opinion of Counsel on a Matter depending
      -----------
      11 5 0
      John Roberts, Miller, additional 2 0 0
      Thomas Robinson 20 0 0
      --------------
      L 10 Sterling 16 15 0
      George Russell 5 0 0
      Thomas Gilbert 10 0 0
      Thomas Fisher 10 0 0
      -----------
      L 488 18 9
      LEGACIES, VIZ.
      Stephen Williams 30 0 0
      Septimus Robinson 50 0 0
      Richard Johnson 50 0 0
      -----------
      400 2 0
      The Moiety of the Square of Ground next Westward of the Hospital,
      with the Tenements thereon, purchased 443 17 6
      The Moiety of the Square of Ground next Eastward of the Hospital,
      purchased 607 0 0
      ------------
      .... Mr. Allen, be a
      Committee to visit the Pennsylvania Hospital, and report the State
      thereof to the House.

   n. 1769 February 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44128
      To be SOLD, or LETT upon groundrent, A LOT of ground, containing
      in breadth 51 feet, and in depth 100 feet, situate in second
      street, next to John Dickinson, Esq; For terms apply to SAMUEL
      POWELL, who has several lots in Third street, between Walnut and
      Spruce streets, to lett upon ground rent.

   n. 1769 March 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44264
      6. John Dickinson, Esq; the ingenious Author of the Farmer

   n. 1769 May 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44694
      Charles Town, South Carolina, March 30.
      Capt. Francis Dickinson, who arrived here last Saturday from
      Jamaica, and with whom Mr. Nathaniel Heyward, merchant, came
      passenger, informs us, that on the 7th and 8th instant, he saw a
      Spanish fleet of very large ships, the least of them of 60 guns,
      one having a flat at the foretop gallantmast head, and another a
      commodorebroad pendant, sailing all in a line, and steering
      towards St. Jago de Cuba: He endeavoured to speak with them, but
      it being calm could not, and by their behaviour, they seemed to
      avoid being spoke with. Capt. Dickinson called at the Mole of Cape
      St. Nicola the 11th instant, was very strictly examined by the
      French Officers there, and left at that place about 50 sail of
      English vessels.

   n. 1769 June  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44785
      PHILADELPHIA, June 8.
      Extract of a Letter from London, dated April 5, 1769.
      "I returned from France a few Days ago; my tour, tho'short, was
      agreeable. Mr. Dickinson Letters are now translated into French.
      The translator is a Man of the first Rank for Virtue and Learning
      in Paris. In the Preface to the Translation, he has bestowed a
      Number of high Encomiums upon Mr. Dickinson, and says, that, in
      his Opinion, Roman Orator was less eloquent than the Pennsylvania
      Farmer." They sell very rapidly in France. I received a Letter a
      Day or two ago from the Gentleman who translated them, in which he
      tells me, that, he as young as I am, he would accompany me to
      America, in order to pay his Homage in Person to Dickinson, Otis,
      and all the other illustrious Advocates for AMERICAN LIBERTY." Who
      can fail of being charmed with such Sentiments in a Frenchman?
      HERE (to borrow an Allusion from the FarmerLetters) we behold the
      Fire of Liberty still glowing in a Country, after the Altar, upon
      which it was kindled, is burnt to the Ground."

   n. 1769 August 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #45142
      WILLIAMSBURG, July 27.
      The following Members of the late House of Burgesses who were not
      present at the Time the Association was formed, have since acceded
      thereto. .....  Henrico, Richard Adams.
      "I assure you no Argument or Pains have been omitted by the Agents
      for the Colonies; they have taken their Instructions from the best
      Writers: If the Parliament will not hear BLAND and DICKINSON,
      neither will they be persuaded if one rose from the dead."

   n. 1770 March  1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46218
      PHILADELPHIA, March 1.
      Captain Osborne, from Lisbon, on the 2d ult. in Lat. 23:41, spoke
      the Brig Jenny, Captain Hunter, belonging to Glasgow, but last
      from Madeira, bound to New York, out 19 Days, all well; and on the
      13th, in Lat. 32:18, Long. 67:30, he spoke a Sloop from St.
      Martins for Piscataqua, out 12 Days.
      Arrived from this Port.  Captains Young, and Davidson, at Bristol.
      ... undue Influence over him, that she perswaded him to make his Will,
      and thereby to give her all his Estate, not before conveyed to her
      by Deeds of Gift, except a small Devise to each of his Children.
      In a short Time after making his Will, the old Gentleman died, and
      the Children disputed the Validity of the Will, as having been
      obtained by undue Influence. The Examination of Witnesses took up
      several Days. Afterwards a Day was appointed for hearing the
      Counsel on both Sides; and last Thursday the Court pronounced
      their Decree, whereby they set aside the Will, to inexpressible
      Satisfaction of the Inhabitants of this City, who, in a very
      remarkable Manner, interested themselves on the Behalf of the
      injured Family.
      Edward Tilghman, and John Dickinson, Esquires, were Counsel for
      the Children.
      BURLINGTON, February 23, 1770.
      On Monday last departed this Life, after a short, but severe,
      Illness, in the Fourteenth Year of her Age, Miss JANE CAMPBELL,
      Daughter of the late Reverend COLIN CAMPBELL.
      The Members of the AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY are requested to
      be punctual in attending their Meeting at the College Tomorrow
      Evening, at Six o'Clock, as there will be Business of Importance.
      from the East Indies, see the Supplement.

   n. 1770 April 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46463
      PHILADELPHIA, April 12.
      Captain Johnson, from Lisbon, on the 27th ult. in Lat. 35, spoke a
      Brig from Virginia for Cadiz, 5 Days out; and on the 5th Instant,
      in Lat. 38, he spoke a Brig, from Cadiz for this Port, 5 Weeks
      out, but could not learn either of the Masters Names.
      Captain Livingston, also from Lisbon, on the 21st ult. in Lat.
      26:54, Long. 61, spoke a Sloop, Captain Dickinson, from Bermuda
      for Antigua, out 7 Days;
      Brig ----, Captain Allen, at Cadiz;

   n. 1770 April 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46520
      BY Virtue of a Writ to me directed, will be exposed to public
      sale, on Monday, the 7th of May, at 2 o'Clock in the Afternoon, at
      the House of Abraham Wentz, in Whitpain Township, a certain Wooden
      Tenement, and Plantation or Tract of Land, situate in Whitpain
      Township aforesaid, containing about 40 acres; bounded by Lands of
      Joshua Dickinson, and others, late the Estate of Joshua Richards,
      seized and taken in Execution by JOSEPH REDMAN, Sheriff.

   n. 1770 May 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46666
      RICHARD DICKINSON, Silk and Stuff Shoemaker, at the Sign of the
      Crown and Shoe, in Fourth street, adjoining the Friends Burying
      Ground, and nearly opposite the Academy, TAKES this Method to
      inform the Public, that he makes and sells all Kinds of Silk and
      Stuff shoes, in the best and neatest Manner; those who may please
      to favour him with their Custom, may depend on having their Work
      done according to order. A good Workman, that is a sober Man, will
      meet with Encouragement, by applying as above.

   n. 1770 August 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47190
      PHILADELPHIA, August 16.
      Captain Guitton, from Lisbon, and on the 29th, in Lat. 38:30, Long. 68:41,
      he spoke a Ship, Captain Scott, from this Port for Bristol, 5 Days
      out, all well.
      Captain Livingston, from Lisbon, in Lat. 36:30, Long. 67, spoke the
      Schooner Polly, Captain Allen, from this Place for Dominica, out 3 Days;
      ARRIVALS.
      Translation of a Letter from a Gentleman in PARIS to his Friend in
      PHILADELPHIA.
      "We entertain every Day higher and higher Ideas of the British
      Colonies in America. We trust you will continue your noble
      Struggle for Liberty, and that you will be the Means of exciting
      the Emulation of this old Continent, where every Thing is going to
      Ruin. The only Thing, in which I can serve you here, is to spread
      your Fame through this Part of the World; for most of your
      illustrious Patriots have immortalized themselves already in their
      own native Country. The Names of FRANKLIN, DICKINSON, and many
      others, are already engraved in such indelible Characters in the
      Book of Fame, that no Age, however remote, shall be silent in
      their Praise. Happy should I be, could I but behold your Country
      in this the SPRING of its Greatness. I cannot help holding up to
      my Eyes an enchanting Prospective with Regard to its future
      Grandeur. I imagine I see illustrious Statesmen--- eloquent
      Orators--- wise Historians--- and learned Philosophers, rising up
      among you, whose generous Souls have espoused the Interest of
      Humanity, and are spreading the Blessings of Liberty throughout
      the World around them."

   n. 1770 September 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47466
      PHILADELPHIA, September 27.
      Mr. Thomson acquainted the Subscribers met, that Messieurs William
      Fisher, John Gibson, John Maxwell Nesbitt, George Roberts, Thomas
      Huston, James Mease, and himself, considering the Non-importation
      Agreement to be broke by the Resolves now passed, no longer deem
      themselves of the Committee.
      Captain Gregory, from Cadiz, informs us, it was reported there,
      that four Russian Men of War were lately lost on some of the
      Islands in the Archipelago. On his Passage, in Lat. 34, Long. 68,
      he spoke the Snow Dickinson, Captain Johnson, from this Port for
      St. Christophers, five Days out, all well.
      Philadelphia, September 24, 1770.

   n. 1770 September 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47481
      RUN away from the subscriber, living in Elsingborough, a servant
      man, named Thomas McMewee, an Irishman, about 23 or 24 years of
      age, about 5 feet high, thick set, and short black hair; had on, a
      brown homespun jacket, with sleeves, and an under striped ditto,a
      blue pair of saggathy breeches, a fine shirt, grey worsted
      stockings, halfworn pumps, and old felt hat. whoever takes up said
      servant, and secures him any goal, so that his master may get him
      again, shall receive a reward of Forty Shillings, paid by the
      subscriber, in Elsongborough, or JOhn Dickinson, in Salem.  JOHN MOUNTAIN.

   n. 1770 October  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47495
      PHILADELPHIA, October 4.
      Province for Representatives, Sheriffs, &c. the following
      Gentlemen were chosen, viz.
      Philadelphia City. Burgesses, John Dickinson
      Assessors, ... Joseph Allen.
      Chester County. Representatives, Charles Humphreys,...
      On Tuesday last, at a Meeting of the COMMON COUNCIL, SAMUEL
      SHOEMAKER, Esq; was re-elected Mayor of this City for the ensuing
      Year; Messieurs JAMES ALLEN, WILLIAM FISHER, ....  Common Council Men.
      ARRIVALS.
      Captain Allen, of this Port, is arrived at Lisbon, from Maryland.

   n. 1771 February 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48292
      STATE of the ACCOUNTS of the PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL, adjusted by
      the Managers, being a Summary of the Receipts and Payments for the
      Year, ending the Twenty-eighth Day of the Fourth Month (April)
      1770.
      Ellis Lewis,10 0 0 Isaac Norris, Esq; a Legacy 100 0 0
      -----------
      February 13, 1771.
      JOHN DICKINSON, MICHAEL SWOOPE,...

   n. 1771 May  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48765
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnson, and Brig Yorke, J. Marshall, London.

   n. 1771 May 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48800
      York, Capt. Marshall, and Dickinson, Capt. Johnson, from London, by PHILIP
      WILSON, A General assortment of European and East India GOODS, amongst
      which are, ribbons, lace, pound beads, nests of brass kettles, linens,
      cottons, &c. for the Indian trade; which he is selling at his
      store, the third door above Chestnut street, in Front street,
      extream cheap for cash or short credit, to his punctual customers,
      as he is preparing to go to Europe. He every day is expecting
      woollens from Yorkshire, suitable to the Indian trade.

   n. 1771 May 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48806
      TO BE SOLD, A PARCEL of good MARSH, containing about 21 acres,
      situate on the north side, and near the mouth of Pensocken creek,
      in Burlington county, New Jersey, adjoining meadow of Joseph
      Morgan, and 5 miles from Cooperferry. --- It is already banked on
      one side, and wants very little to put it in good order, greatest
      part of it having been formerly cleared. --- Apply to LAMBERT
      CADWALADER, in Philadelphia, or PHILEMON DICKINSON, near Trenton.

   n. 1771 May 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48851
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Bonaventure, J. Waterman, from Boston.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnson, Maryland.

   n. 1771 June 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49070
      PHILADELPHIA, June 27.
      ARRIVALS.
      At the Grenades. Captains... Knox, and Dickinson, from Maryland;
      Captains Holland, Hodgdon, and Evans, from Piscataqua.

   n. 1771 September  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49450
      To the ELECTORS of the City of PHILADELPHIA.
      GENTLEMEN, I RETURN you my sincere Thanks for the Favor, your were
      pleased to confer upon me last Year, by chusing me one of your
      Representatives in Assembly. Being then absent, at a considerable
      Distance from Town, and not having received any Notice of your
      Intentions, when I left home, I had not a timely Opportunity of
      requesting you to excuse me from serving you in that Office. My
      Respect for you engaged me therefore to accept it; and I hope I
      have, on this, and every other Occasion, where a public Trust has
      been committed to me, acted in such a Manner, that my Fellow
      Citizens and Countrymen will believe my Conduct has been soley
      influenced by a Regard for their Welfare. As several Reasons have
      determined me not to continue longer in Assembly, I earnestly
      desire, you will be so kind as to chuse, at the ensuing Election,
      some Person to represent you in the Place of GENTLEMEN,
      Your obliged Friend, and faithful Servant,
      September 2, 1771.JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1771 September 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49620
      PHILADELPHIA, September 26.
      Captain Casson, from Lisbon, on the 30th ult. in Lat. 26 : 30,
      Long. 58, spoke a Sloop, Captain Dickinson, from Madeira for
      Charlestown, out 24 Days, all well.

   n. 1771 November 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49965
      PHILADELPHIA, November 14.
      Captain Williams, arrived here from St. Eustatia, informs, that
      the Brig Peggy, Captain Conyngham, from this Place, arrived at
      Antigua, after a tedious Passage, having lost his Mainmast,
      disabled his Foremast, and damaged his Cargoe, in a Gale of Wind.
      And that Captain Vickery, in a Brig from Virginia, is arrived at
      Montserrat, with the Loss of his Masts; the Vessel and Cargoe a
      good Deal damaged.
      ARRIVALS.
      From Philadelphia. Campbell, at Halifax;
      The Snow Dickinson, Captain Johnson, of this Port, is arrived at
      Dublin from Baltimore.

   n. 1772 January  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50271
      TO BE LETT, A PLANTATION, in the Northern Liberties, containing
      270 acres, of which 170 are cleared, extending Westward from
      Frankford Road towards Germantown Road; bounded to the North by
      Land of John Ross, Esquire, and to the South by Lots of William
      Allen, Esquire, and Mr. Christian Crips. A Lease of 18 Years will
      be granted, if a Tenant chuses it JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1772 January 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50400
      THE subscriber begs leave to inform the public, that he has
      purchased the SALEM STAGE WAGGON, and drives the same every week
      to CooperFerry, and returns to Salem, to the house of Mr. John
      Dickinson, at the usual times, in order to serve the public; and
      whereas a person has set up a new stage, in opposition to the old
      one he hopes that those who have heretofore made use of the old
      stage, will still continue their favours, and all others who are
      pleased to favour him with their custom, may depend upon good
      usage, and a faithful discharge of the trust reposed in their
      humble servant, SAMUEL BOWEN.

   n. 1772 March 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50683
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnson, from Liverpool.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Bonaventure, J. Waterman, and Schooner Phoenix, J. Beard, Nantucket.
      Brig Dove, W. Allen, Barbados. Ship Elizabeth, H. Robinson, Vigo.
      Schooner George, J. Scott, to Maryland.

   n. 1772 April  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50714
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nelly, W. Russell, Rhode Island.
      OUTWARDS. Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, Bilboa.

   n. 1772 April 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50804
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Mary Ann, J. Adams, Tortola.
      Ship Catherine, P. Young, London. Ship Newry Packet, C. Robinson, from
      Liverpool.
      OUTWARDS.
      CLEARED. Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, and Schooner Premium, A.
      Gage, to Bilboa. Ship Nancy and Sukey, J. Robinson, Sloop Rebecca,
      J. Holden, Brig Recovery, J. Buchanan, Sloop Rachel, S. Parker,
      and Brig Conolly, F. Faries, Virginia. Sloop Nelly, W. Russel, New England.
   n. 1772 April 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50827
      CAME to the plantation of John Dickinson, Esq; in the Northern
      Liberties, in the tenure of Thomas Shaw, a dark brown MARE,
      supposed to be 4 or 5 years old, about 12 hands high. The owner is
      desired to come and prove his property, pay charges, and take her
      away. THOMAS SHAW.

   n. 1772 May 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51061
      TO BE SOLD,
      A PLANTATION, situate in the Northern Liberties of the city of
      Philadelphia, containing about 220 acres of choice land, well
      wooded and watered, and adjoining lands of John Dickinson and
      Thomas Lawrence, Esqrs. and others, 3 miles and an half from the
      said city; there is on the premises a large brick dwelling house,
      a log barn and stables, a large garden, paled in, and a good well
      of water; a never failing stream runs along the said land,
      affording some convenient situations for erecting paper mills, or
      oil mills, now much wanted near the city. The land shall be
      divided into four tracts, for the convenience of purchasers, if
      necessary, and an indisputable title will be given, and reasonable
      time for one half the purchase monies, if required, by the
      subscriber, at James Byrne, in Philadelphia. PATRICK BYRNE.
      The said plantation letts for 50l. a year, to a tenant at will.

   n. 1772 July  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51324
      PHILADELPHIA, July 9.
      Consequence, if duly improved. --- In order to which, I would
      recommend Dr. Young Night Thoughts, in which he justly says;
      Captain Dickinson, from Jamaica, on the 21st ult. about 20 Leagues
      to the Westward of Cape Florida, spoke the Ship Molly, Captain
      Hammond, from the Bay of Honduras for London, out 13 Days, all
      well on board.
      By Captain Gilbert, from St. Vincent, we learn, th

   n. 1772 July  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51325
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop John, A. Gilbert, St. Vincent.
      Brig Resolution, R. Dickinson, Jamaica.
      Schooner Hetty, J. Williams, St. Eustatia.
      CLEARED.
      Schooner Susanna, T. Palmer, Hispaniola. Schooner Neptune, J. King,
      Sloop Dispatch, S. Thompson, and Sloop Patty, J.  Strange, North Carolina.

   n. 1772 July 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51409
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale, on
      Friday, thenia currency, per
      annum, late the estate of William Dickinson, seized and taken in
      execution by JUDAH FOULKE, Sheriff.

   n. 1772 August 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51569
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, Bilboa.
      CLEARED.

   n. 1772 September  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51639
      STRAYED away, on the 25th of August, from the plantation of JOHN
      DICKINSON, Esq; commonly called Norrisplace, a light BAY MARE,
      about 12 hands high, trots well, but paces slow, has a little
      white on her face. Whoever takes up said mare, and brings her to
      the Rising Sun, on the Old York Road, three miles from
      Philadelphia, shall have TEN SHILLINGS reward, and all reasonable
      charges.

   n. 1772 September  9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51707
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Ann, J. Robinson, Honduras. Brig Dove, W. Allen, Barbados.
      OUTWARDS. Eve, and Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, for Jamaica.
      Schooner Bonaventure, J. Waterman, Nantucket.
      Sloop Charlotte, J. Cobourne, New York.
      CLEARED. Sloop Dispatch, S. Thompson, Schooner Ann, R. Robinson,
      and Schooner Molly and Fanny, B. Woods, to N. Carolina.
      Schooner Dolphin, N. Lewis, Halifax. Sloop
      Schooner Charming Nancy, E. Hand, and Snow Sarah, S. Correy, Barbados.

   n. 1772 September 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51760
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale, on
      Tuesday, the 6th of October next, at 6 oin the evening, at the
      London Coffee house, a certain messuage, or tenement, and lot of
      ground, situate in the District of Southwark, containing in
      breadth 12 1.2 feet, and in length or depth about 15 feet, bounded
      by Vernon street, Shippen street, and by ground or Zachariah
      Nieman, and others; also a certain messuage, or tenement, and two
      lots of ground, situate in the District of Southwark aforesaid,
      one of them containing in breadth 15 feet, and in depth 15 feet,
      bounded by Vernon street aforesaid, and by ground of Robert Carr,
      William Dickinson, and others; the other of them, containing in
      breadth 8 feet, and in depth 15 feet, bounded by Vernon street
      aforesaid, and by ground of Zachariah Nieman, William Dickinson,
      and others; late the estate of John Dennis, seized and taken in
      execution by JUDAH FOULKE, Sheriff.

   n. 1772 September 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51787
      STRAYED or STOLEN, but supposed to be stolen, from the subscriber,
      living in Duck creek Hundred, in Kent county, on Delaware, August
      26, 1772, a black HORSE, about 9 or 10 years old, natural trotter,
      shod before, but the shoes almost worn, no earmark nor brand, but
      hath a remarkable white ring about each of his ears, also if
      closely examined a little white ring on his near side, and a
      little white on his off hind foot, with a black spot in it, about
      15 hands high. Whoever takes up said horse and thief, so that the
      thief be brought to justice, and the horse to the owner, shall
      have FORTY DOLLARS reward, and for the horse only, TWENTY DOLLARS,
      and charges, paid by me JAMES DICKINSON.

   n. 1773 January 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52480
      LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office at LANCASTER,
      January, 1773.  Samuel Allison, Conegocheague.
      James Dickinson, and Andrew Dickinson, Cumberland County
      Thomas King, to the Care of James Wilson, and William Kennedy,
      Carlisle; James King (2) Chestnut Level;
      L. David Lynch, Conegocheague;
      Andrew Robinson, Little Britain;
      Y. William Young, York County.
      N.B. The Postmaster of Lancaster requests such Persons as expect
      Letters at the Office, will be pleased to call or send for them.

   n. 1773 June  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53282
      PHILADELPHIA, June 2.
      Monday last arrived here the Ship Rosanna, Captain Cox, from
      London, which Place he left the 1st of April, and informs, that
      the Snow Dickinson, Captain Johnson, sailed two Days before him,
      and that the Ship Carolina, Captain Loxley, was to sail a few Days
      after him, both for this Port.
      Captain Gamble, from Bristol, on the 12th ult. in Lat. 40 : 44,
      Long. 61, spoke a Ship, from Glasgow for Virginia, out five Weeks
      and two Days. The Ship Sally, Captain Young, was to sail for this
      Port the Day after Captain Gamble, and Captain Clark, in a Ship,
      for New York, a few Days after.

   n. 1773 August 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53750
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Dolphin, J. Russel, Dominica.
      OUTWARDS.
      Brig Tobago, J. Scott, and Brig Grenada Packet. F. Illingsworth, Grenada.
      CLEARED.
      Schooner Topsail Packet, J. Campbell, and Sloop Mulberry, W. Cochran,
      N. Carolina.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, Waterford.

   n. 1773 September 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53951
      BY Virtue of a Writ to me directed, will be exposed to Sale, on
      Tuesday, the 28th of September inst. precisely at six o'Clock in
      the Evening, at the London Coffee house, A certain Brick Messuage
      and Lot of Ground, situate on the South Side of Cherry street,
      between Third and Fourth streets, in the City of Philadelphia,
      containing in Breadth 20 Feet, and in Depth 82 Feet; bounded by
      Cherry street aforesaid, and by Ground of Benjamin Loxley, William
      Heysham, William Dickinson, and others; late the Estate of
      Christian Creamer; seized and taken in Execution by JUDAH FOULKE,
      Sheriff.

   n. 1773 December  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54495
      PHILADELPHIA, December 8.
      ARRIVALS.
      From Philadelphia.
      Dickinson, Johnson, at Waterford;
      Chance, Campbell; at Dover.
      (Oct. 13) Arrived and sailed for the River, the Martha, Lewis, from Cape
      Fear.

   n. 1774 March  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54954
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop America, P. Allen, from Boston.
      Debby, S. Williams, Hispaniola.
      OUTWARDS. Schooner Molly, J. Rees, Brig Dove, W. Allen, and Brig
      Nancy, J. Taylor, for Barbados.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, to Letterkenny.

   n. 1774 April 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55230
      TO be LETT for a Term of Years, ABOUT 20 Acres of Land, near Fair
      hill Meeting house, adjoining Lands of Thomas Bond, jun. Richard
      Waln, John Dickinson, Esq; and Joseph Marriott, in the Northern
      Liberties of this City. For Terms, apply to OWEN JONES, JOSEPH
      MARRIOTT, or CHARLES WEST.

   n. 1774 June  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55527
      That John Dickinson, Esq;........
      Thomas Penrose, compose the Committee of Correspondence, until an
      Alteration is made by a more general Meeting of the Inhabitants.
      A LETTER from the Committee of the City of Philadelphia, to the
      Committee of Boston, dated May 21, 1774.
      GENTLEMEN,
      WE have received your very interesting Letter, together with a
      Letter from the Town of Boston, and the Vote they have passed on

   n. 1774 June 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55575
      BOSTON, June 2.
      On the 13th of May, 1774, the towns of Hatfield, Whately and
      Williamsburgh, met to make choice of a representative to serve
      them in the General Court the year ensuing: Mr. John Dickinson was
      an instruction to their representative, That he would by no means
      agree that the province pay for the Tea destroyed by the Bostonian
      Mohawks, or any part thereof, but ......

   n. 1774 June 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55600
      PHILADELPHIA, June 22.
      At a very large and respectable Meeting of the Freeholders and
      Freemen of the City and County of Philadelphia, on Saturday, June
      18, 1774.
      THOMAS WILLING,
      JOHN DICKINSON, Esquires, Chairmen.
      RESOLVED, I. THAT the Act of Parliament, for shutting up the Port
      of Boston, is unconstitutional; oppressive to the inhabitants of
      .......... e Committee consist of 43 persons, viz. John Dickinson,
      ..., George Clymer, John Roberts (miller),...., George Roberts,
      John Allen, ...

   n. 1774 June 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55641
      Philadelphia, June 15, 1774.
      STRAYED or STOLEN, from the pasture of JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; near
      Fair Hill, a small bay HORSE, with a star, hanging mane and switch
      tail, and feet swelled with the scratches. Whoever will deliver
      said horse to the subscriber, shall have THIRTY SHILLINGS reward.
      LAMBERT CADWALADER.

   n. 1774 July 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55759
      TO BE SOLD, THAT valuable plantation and tract of LAND, situate in
      the Northern Liberties of this city, on the north east side of the
      Wissahickon great road, exactly 4 miles from said city, bounded by
      lands late of Tench Francis, John Dickinson, Francis Harris, and
      others; the situation is extremely pleasant, and very little
      inferior to any in the province, being surrounded with a number of
      very elegant seats, and therefore would best suit a gentleman for
      that purpose; there is on said plantation a two story stone
      dwelling house, kitchen and barn, a thriving young orchard of fine
      fruit trees, of different kinds, the chief of which are grafted, a
      quantity of good meadow and 8 or 10 acres more may be easily made,
      at a very trifling expence, as great part of the timber is already
      cut off; together with a parcel of good woodland, part of the same
      premises. Any person who may incline to become a purchaser of part
      of the whole of the abovementioned premises, may be acquainted
      with the terms of sale, by applying to the subscribers, in Second
      street, Philadelphia, JACOB SHOEMAKER, THOMAS HOOD.

   n. 1774 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55830
      POSTSCRIPT to the Pennsylvania Gazette. No. 2379.
      At a PROVINCIAL MEETING of DEPUTIES chosen by the several counties
      in Pennsylvania, held at Philadelphia, July 15, 1774, and
      continued by adjournment from day to day.  PRESENT.
      For the city and county of PHILADELPHIA. ..., John Dickinson, ....,
      John Roberts, .... BUCKS.. CHESTER..  Hugh Lloyd, Francis Johnson,....
      That John Dickinson, Doctor William Smith, Joseph Reed, John Kidd,
      Elisha Price, William Atlee, James Smith, James Wilson, Daniel
      Broadhead, John Okeley, and William Scull, be appointed to prepare
      and bring in a draught of instructions.....
      Agreed, that John Dickinson, Joseph Read, and Charles Thomson, be
      a Committee to write to the neighbouring Colonies, and communicate
      to them the resolves and instructions.

   n. 1774 August 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55950
      NEW YORK, August 15.
      The Indians were greatly alarmed at the sudden death of Sir
      WILLIAM JOHNSON, Baronet, during the late Congress, and proposed
      sending alarming belts through all the Nations; but Colonel GUY
      JOHNSON, his Deputy, re-assumed business with them immediately
      after the Interment, and has since been appointed to the
      superintendancy of the Indian department, by his Excellency the
      Commander in Chief, till the Kingpleasure is known, at which the
      Indians expressed great satisfaction, and the congress terminated
      with their sending Chiefs from each nation, to use their utmost
      endeavours for restoring tranquility to the southward.
      Saturday morning last the Sloop Phoenix, Capt. Dickinson, arrived
      here in 13 days from Charles Town, in South Carolina, and has
      brought 376 barrels of rice, to be sold in this place, and the
      neat proceeds thereof to be remitted to Boston; being a present
      from the people of Carolina to the sufferers in the province of
      the Massachusetts Bay.

   n. 1774 August 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55952
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, Inward Entries.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, from Liverpool.
      Schooner Little Polly, T. Palmer, Martinico.

   n. 1774 November  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56454
      POSTSCRIPT TO THE PENNSYLVANIA GAZETTE. No. 2393.
      CONTINUATION of the Proceedings of the CONGRESS.
      In Congress, Philadelphia, October 24, 1774.
      Signed ...  Samuel Adams, John Adams, . Pennsylvania. John Dickinson,
      Charles Humphreys,...  Thomas Johnson,... Virginia. South Carolina.
      ...Thomas Lynch, ...

   n. 1774 November 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56519
      PHILADELPHIA, NOVEMBER 16.
      Extract of a Letter from Stanton, in Virginia, dated November 4,
      1774.
      Killed. Col. Charles Lewis, ; Lieutenant Hugh Allen;
      Wounded. John Dickinson,
      44 privates killed, and 79 wounded.
      We are informed, that a few days ago Jesse Hand, Esq; of Cape May,
      came to this city with a genteel sum of money, generously
      subscribed by the people of that place, to be laid out for the use
      of the suffering poor of Boston.
      C O M M I T T E E.
      1 John Dickenson,31 John Shee,
      4 John Cadwallader,34 James Milligan,
      7 George Clymer,37 Francis Gurney,
      10 John Allen,40 Francis Hassenclever,
      22 Lambert Cadwallader,52 Joseph Wetherill,
      24 Richard Bache,54 Joseph Dean,
      28 Jacob Rush,58 W. Robinson, joiner,
      added to the Committee, viz. ...  , Thomas Robinson.
      Instant, from London.
      *** EBENEZER ROBINSON new constructed Pump is now compleated,

   n. 1774 November 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56520
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Sally, J. Russell, Bristol.
      OUTWARDS. Snow Dickinson, J. Johnson, Lisbon.
      Brig Berwick, J. Scott, Mississippi.
      CLEARED. Brig Kitty, J. Robinson, Dominica.

   n. 1774 November 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56582
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Betsey, G. Campbell, Londonderry.
      Schooner Betsey, J. Buck, N. Carolina.
      OUTWARDS. Ship Betsey, J. Russell, for Bristol.
      Ship John and Sally, B. Greenway, and Brig Joseph, R. Pye, for N.
      Carolina.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, to Cadiz.

   n. 1774 December  7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56647
      TO BE LETT, ON VERY LONG LEASES, A PLANTATION, known by the name
      of the EagleNest, in Apoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County,
      bounded by Main Duck creek, and adjoining the places of Mr. Jehu
      Lewis and Mr. Jacob Caulk. This plantation contains 530 acres, of
      which 60 acres will be banked meadow, and above 50 acres are
      marsh, that may be also banked, on stopping the northwest branch
      of Duck creek. The land is esteemed good for bearing wheat, and is
      very fine grass ground. A tenant shall be supplied with 300 of the
      best fruit trees to plant.
      A LOT, containing 20 acres, adjoining land of Mr. John Bringhurst,
      a mile from Germantown.
      A LOT, containing nearly six acres, on the west side of the road
      to Germantown, a mile and an half from Philadelphia, adjoining Mr.
      Jonathan Mifflinplace; and as it is supplied by a plentiful stream
      of water, it is thought a very good place for a Tanner.
      Several other small PLACES in the Northern Liberties.
      A LOT, on the south side of Norrisalley, containing sixty feet in
      front.JOHN DICKINSON.

   n. 1774 December  7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56656
      PHILADELPHIA, DECEMBER 7.
      Captain Osborne, from Liverpool, on the 30th ult in lat. 35: 39,
      long. 66: 40, spoke the Sloop Albany, Captain Wilson, from New
      York for Antigua, 6 Days out.
      Captain Adams, from Antigna, on the 26th ult. in lat. 35, long.
      68: 30, spoke the brig Cornelia, from New York for Jamaica.
      6. Southwark.
      Whereupon the following Gentlemen were appointed to serve upon
      this Committee.
      For the First Division. John Dickinson...
      Third Division. ... , John Allen,
      Fourth Division. ...  Lambert Cadwallader,
      Fifth Division. John Cadwallader, .., George clymer,
      Sixth Division. ... William Robinson, .., Thomas Robinson.
      Agreed, that it be recommended to the above Committee, that one
      person out of each district attend every day at 10 oat the London
      Coffeehouse, to inspect the arrival of all vessels, and to make
      every other necessary enquiry.

   n. 1774 December 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56767
      PHILADELPHIA.
      In ASSEMBLY, Thursday, December 15, 1774. A.M.
      Upon Motion, Resolved, N.C.D.
      THAT the honourable EDWARD BIDDLE, Speaker, JOHN DICKINSON, THOMAS
      MIFFLIN, JOSEPH GALLOWAY, CHARLES HUMPHREYS, JOHN MORTON, and
      GEORGE ROSS, Esquires, be, and they are hereby appointed Deputies,

   n. 1775 February  1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56952
      PHILADELPHIA, February 1.
      PROCEEDINGS of the CONVENTION for the Province of Pennsylvania,
      held at the State House in Philadelphia, January 23, 1775, and
      continued by Adjournments to the 28th.
      PRESENT.
      For the City and Liberties of Philadelphia. John Dickinson, Esq;
      John Cadwalader, Esq; George Clymer, Esq; Lambert Cadwalader,
      William Robinson, ...  William Robinson, ..., Thomas Robinson.
      Philadelphia County. John Roberts,
      Chester County. .., Esq; Hugh Lloyd, ..  Francis Johnson, Esq;
      Northampton County. George Taylor, Esq;
      Messrs. JONATHAN B. SMITH, JOHN BENEZET, and FRANCIS JOHNSON, Esq;
      were chosen Secretaries.
      FRANCIS JOHNSON,
      Secretaries.
      RESOLVED, That this Committee do approve of the proceedings of the
      General Congress, and, as far as in them lies, will use the utmost
      of their endeavours to see that the different articles of the
      Association are strictly carried into execution within their
      respective districts. And the following gentlemen are appointed a
      standing Committee of Correspondence for this county, viz. Robert
      Johnson, ... , Bateman Lloyd,
      James James, .., Jacob Debois, ..and John Dickinson, senior.

   n. 1775 April 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57423
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnston, from Cadiz.
      CLEARED.
      Ship Centurion, W. Allen, Ship Chalkley, E. Spain, and Brig Industry,
      J. Proctor, Bristol.  Sloop America, P. Allen, Salem, N.E.

   n. 1775 April 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57498
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Kitty, J. Robinson,
      OUTWARDS.
      Snow Dickinson, J. Johnson, Bristol. Brig Kitty, J. Robinson, Grenades.
      CLEARED.

   n. 1775 July  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57806
      ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of JAMES RICKEY, late of
      Philadelphia, deceased, are desired to pay the same immediately;
      and all those who have any Demands against said Estate, are
      desired to bring in their Accounts, properly proved, to ISAIAH
      BELL, RICHARD TOPLIFF, CAD. DICKINSON, Executors.
      Sixth Month 26, 1775.

   n. 1775 July  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57819
      PHILADELPHIA, July 5.
      IN ASSEMBLY, June 30, 1775.
      COMMITTEE. John Dickinson,... John Cadwallader,
      The Committee of the City and Liberties of Philadelphia having
      undertaken to erect a Salt Petre Manufactory, and having appointed
      Messieurs Owen Biddle, George Clymer, John Allen, James Mease,
      Lambert Cadwallader, and Doctor Benjamin Rush, to superintend the
      same; they do earnestly request the Inhabitants of the Province in
      general, and of this City and Liberties in particular, to furnish
      them with all such Materials and Assistance as they may require,
      to enable them to carry the said important and necessary
      Manufactory into Execution, with as much Expedition as possible,
      By order of the Committee, JOHN BENEZET, Assistant Secretary.

   n. 1775 July 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57865
      Philadelphia, July 13, 1775.
      SUBSCRIPTIONS are received by John Dickinson, Esq;....

   n. 1775 August  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57956
      Chester county, West Nottingham, July 24, 1775.
      Velvet, not before brought to perfection in any part of Europe; he
      has now ready for sale between sixty and seventy yards, and could
      soon have near as much more, if there should be a call for it.
      Seven honourable patriots of Annapolis had each of them a suit of
      it. Should any Gentleman be desirous to know the quality of said
      cloth, I beg leave to refer them to the honourable Col. John
      Dickinson, of Philadelphia, whose patriotic principles, and love
      to his country, soon disposed him to buy a suit of the same. Any
      Gentleman inclining to buy of the above, by leaving a line or two
      with the Printers of this paper, shall be waited on with the same,
      by their humble servants,
      JOHN CROSBY.

   n. 1775 August 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58096
      TO BE RENTED, THE late dwelling place of JONATHAN DICKINSON,
      deceased, in Montgomery township, Philadelphia county, 21 miles
      from Philadelphia, at the intersection of two main roads,
      therefore a good stand for any public business, and in sight of a
      free school, containing near 30 acres, 5 of which very good
      meadow, 3 ditto orchard of good fruit, the remainder arable land,
      divided into small fields, in good order; a convenient dwelling
      house, with four rooms below and tow above a well of good water
      with a pump near the door, a barn, stables, &c. all lately
      repaired, and a garden. For terms, enquire of the subscriber, on
      the premises. MARY DICKINSON.

   n. 1775 August 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58106
      PHILADELPHIA.
      In COMMITTEE, August 19, 1775. The COMMITTEE appointed to settle
      the DISTRICT COMMITTEES report the following Division as the most
      convenient and proper.
      DISTRICT NO. 1.DISTRICT NO. 4.
      NORTHERN LIBERTIES From the South Side of
      John Dickinson, Chestnut street to the
      Charles THOMPSON, N. Side of Spruce street
      Isaac Coatis, Andrew Caldwell, William Masters,Thomas Leech,
      Thomas Britton, Benjamin Franklin, John Williams, John Allen,
      DISTRICT NO. 2.Thomas Barclay,
      From the South Side of Lambert Cadwallader,
      Vine street to the North Richard Willing,
      Side of Arch street. James Mease,
      John Cox, DISTRICT NO. 5.
      Nathaniel Brown, John Cadwallader,
      DISTRICT NO. 3.Thomas Wharton, jun.
      Philip Boehm, DISTRICT NO. 6.
      Owen Biddle, SOUTHWARK.

   n. 1775 November  1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58439
      PHILADELPHIA.
      Extracts from the Votes of the Honourable HOUSE of
      REPRESENTATIVES. Thursday, October 19, 1775. A.M.
      PURSUANT to the resolution of yesterday, the House took into
      Consideration the motion for a re-appointment of the present
      Committee of Safety, with the addition of some new members, and
      approving the persons proposed. - Resolved, That Benjamin
      Franklin, John Dickinson, ...  George Taylor,
      John Cadwallader, Andrew Allen,
      George Clymer,

   n. 1775 November  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58469
      PHILADELPHIA.
      Extracts from the Votes of the Honourable HOUSE of
      Thursday, October 26, 1775. A.M.
      Ordered, That Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Morris, Mr. Rodman, Mr.
      Bartholomew, Mr. Ross, Mr. Ewing, Mr. Montgomery, Mr. Chreist, Mr.
      Taylor, and Mr. Dougherty, be a Committee to consider the Contents
      of the said Memorial, and report thereon to the House.
      Friday, October 27, 1775. A.M.

   n. 1775 November  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58475
      PHILADELPHIA, November 8.
      Extracts from the Votes of the Honourable HOUSE of
      REPRESENTATIVES. Tuesday, October 31, 1775. A.M.
      GEORGE CLYMER, Chairman."
      Saturday, November 4, 1775. A.M.
      Resolved, That the Honourable John Morton, Speaker, John
      Dickinson, Robert Morris, Benjamin Franklin, Charles Humphreys,
      Edward Biddle, Thomas Willing, Andrew Allen, and James Wilson,
      Esquires, be, and they are hereby appointed Delegates for this
      province in the Continental Congress.
      Ordered, That Mr. Dickinson and Mr. Humphreys make enquiry upon
      what information the above resolve is founded, and report the same
      to the House on Monday next.

   n. 1775 November 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58510
      PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 15.
      Major Charles Preston, for his MajestyFort of St. John, in the
      Article VI. As soon as the above articles shall be signed, Major
      Preston will deliver up the fort, with the ammunition, provisions,
      ... General Montgomery sent a flag into the fort, with a letter to
      Major Preston, by one of the prisoners taken at Longue Geel,
      ... a surrender of the fort. Major Preston in return to Gen.
      Montgomery.. "Nov. 2. Capt. Stewart and Capt. Williams, of the Train, came
      IN COMMITTEE of SAFETY.
      Philadelphia, November 11, 1775.
      "RESOLVED, That Capt. Shee, Capt. Wilcocks, and Capt. Cadwalader,
      be authorised to contract for and provide any number of Firelocks
      ...to apply immediately to the subscribers, who will afford them the
      best encouragement. Makers of Gun locks will be more particularly
      wanted.
      JOHN SHEE.  JOHN WILCOCKS, LAMBERT CADWALADER.

   n. 1776 January 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58823
      Philadelphia, First Month 22, 1776.
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM DICKINSON, late of
      this city, deceased, are requested to make speedy payment; and
      those who have any demands against said estate are desired to
      bring in their accounts, properly attested, that they may be paid
      by MARY DICKINSON, AND CADWALADER DICKINSON, Execut.

   n. 1776 February  7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58887
      Philadelphia, First Month 30, 1776.
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of JAMES RICKEY, late of the
      city, deceased, are once more requested to make speedy payment,
      otherwise they will be proceeded against as the law directs; and
      those who have any demands against said estate, are desired to
      bring in their accounts, that they may be adjusted and paid by
      ISAIAH BELL, RICHARD TOPLIFF, and CADWALADER DICKINSON, Executors.

   n. 1776 February 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58950
      PHILADELPHIA, February 21.
      The following paragraph is taken from the London Gazetteer of
      December 6.
      brought in here by his Majestysloop Lynx, Alexander Scott, Esq;
      commander, 20th December, 1775, condemned the 2d of January 1776.
      A Brig from Surrinam bound to America loaden with molasses, taken
      by his Majestysloop Lynx, Alexander Scott, Esq; commander, and
      carried up to Antigua.
      OFFICERS of the Third Battalion now raising in the Province of New
      Jersey.
      Elias Dayton, Colonel. Anthony Walton, Lieutenant Colonel. Francis
      Barber, Major.
      Captains, Samuel Potter, Joseph Bloomfield, Peter Dickeson, Thomas
      Patterson, John Ross, Anthony Sharp, Thomas Reading, William
      Eugene Emley.
      First Lieutenants. Rynear Blanchard, Josiah Seely, John Mott, John
      Anderson, Edward McMihell, Stephen Dunham, Samuel Flanagan,
      Richard Lloyd.
      Upon the news of General Clinton attempt to land at New York, Col.
      Dickinson with two companies from each of the four battalions of
      the Philadelphia militia, prepared to march to New York (at the
      request of Gen. Lee) but were countermanded on Thursday by an
      account that the Kingtroops had left that city without effecting a
      landing. The competition and spirit which appeared among the
      officers and privates, upon the occasion, indicated that the
      citizens of Philadelphia are upon a footing with the foremost of
      the colonies, in resolving to die freemen rather than live slaves.
      On Thursday last departed this life, in the 35th year of her age,
      Mrs. ELIZABETH CADWALADER, wife of JOHN CADWALADER, Esq; of this
      city, and only daughter of the late Col. EDWARD LLOYD, of
      Maryland, and on Saturday her remains were interred y St.
      PeterChurch yard, attended by a great number of the mist
      respectable citizens.
      , John Taylor, J.B. Smith, INSPECTORS.
      For the CITY.  John Cadwalader, John Allen, , Daniel Robinson,
      NORTHERN LIBERTIES.  John Dickinson,

   n. 1776 March 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59108
     PHILADELPHIA, March 27.
     Resolved, That the inhabitants of these Colonies be permitted to
     fit out armed vessels, to cruise on the enemies of these United
     Colonies. Resolved, That all ships and other vessels, their
     tackle, apparel and furniture, and all goods, wares and
     ......
     Capt. John Campbell, are among the slain. The number killed and
     mortally wounded, from the best accounts I was able to collect,
     these Colonies the ensuing campaign.
     the bridge, so that in passing it they met with many difficulties;
     a very heavy firing came on. Our troops reserved their fire till
     within a small distance, which did great execution. Many passed
     the bridge. Gen. McCleod and Captain Campbell were instantly shot
     dead. McCleod had nine bullets, and twenty-four swan shot through
     The Governor of South Carolina is at Cape Fear; Clinton, Martin,
     and Lord William Campbell, are to settle the plan of operations as
     to the subjugating this province, South Carolina and Georgia.
     Galleries at three o'Clock....
     On Sunday the 10th inst. departed this life, in the 54th year of
     his age, Mr. JOHN CAMPBELL, of Londonderry township, Lancaster
     county; he possessed in an eminent degree many and desirable good
     properties, viz. the affectionate and loving husband, the lover
     and practiser of temperance, the beneficent and kind friend, the
     affable and agreeable companion, and the zealous patriot : His
     life was marked with innocence. His remains were interred on
     Tuesday, attended by a large and respectable number of the
     adjacent inhabitants of all denominations, whose countenances
     indicated that sorrow, which they felt at the loss of so useful
     and valuable a member of society.
     Resolved, That John Bull, Esq; Colonels William Hamilton, Robert
     Lewis, Doctors Charles Bensel, Samuel Swift, Messieurs Joseph

   n. 1776 April 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59183
     To be LETT, on a Term of 14 Years, A PLANTATION in the Northern
     Liberties, about two miles from Philadelphia, on the Frankford
     road, containing above an hundred acres of cleared land. There is
     on this place a good dwelling house, a barn, orchard and meadow.
     Also to be lett on a term of 31 years, A large LOT, next above
     BatchelorHall, at Kensington, extending from low water mark to the
     street running at the back of the Kensington water lots. JOHN
     DICKINSON.

   n. 1776 April 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59214
     BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold by public vendue,
     on Saturday, the 25th day of May next, on the premises, between
     the hours of 12 and 5 in the afternoon, a valuable plantation or
     tract of land, situate in Upper Alloway;s Creek, in the county of
     Sale, and province of New Jersey, containing 72 acres, be the same
     more or less, having a two story framed dwelling house, and also a
     house adjoining, a good spring house and other improvements
     thereon, a good apple and peach orchard, near 30 acres cleared, 5
     or 6 acres of good meadow, the remainder well timbered, adjoining
     lands of John Holmes, Esq; John Dickinson, John Ray and others,
     being late the estate of Thomas Dunlap, deceased, in the
     possession of Charity Dunlap, executrix of the said deceased;
     seized and taken in execution, and sold by
     EDMUND WETHERBY, Sheriff.

   n. 1776 April 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59222
     To be sold and disposed of the Subscriber, THE Term of 14 Years on
     a Lease unexpired, from the 25th Day of March last, from John
     Dickinson, Esq; for a Plantation in the Northern Liberties of the
     City of Philadelphia, now in the Possession of Michael Shaw;
     subject to the Rent of One Hundred Pounds per Annum. Whoever
     inclines to purchase the same, is desired to apply to the
     Subscriber, in the Northern Liberties, who will shew the Premises,
     and inform such of the Conditions and Terms.THOMAS SHAW.

   n. 1776 July  3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59640
     prisoners, among whom is Col. Campbell, of Ben. Frazer regiment of
     Highlanders. The Major was killed in the engagement.
     "Yesterday a ship was seen in the Bay, which came towards the
     entrance of Boston harbour; upon which I came to sail, with four
     schooners in company; we came up with them, and took them without
     an engagement; there were on board 112 Highlanders. As there are a
     number more of the same fleet expected every day, and the General
     here urges my stay, I shall tarry a few days, and then proceed for
     New London. My brig is much damaged in her sails and rigging. I
     am, with great respect, Your Honourmost humble servant,
     SETH HARDING."
     The following is a list of the officers taken in the transports
     bound to Boston from Scotland, with Highlanders on board.
     Lieutenant Colonel Campbell, Captains Campbell, Maxwell and
     Mackenzie. Lieutenants Archibald Campbell, _____Campbell,
     Dickinson, Belnawer, Cohorne, McLane, Hugh Campbell, Mackenzie,
     Gordon, Frazer, Quartermaster Ogilvie. Ensign Frazer. Surgeonmate,
     Burnes.
     Volunteers with the rang of officers (who are impatiently waiting
     at "Pool"for the death and old shoes of commissioned officers)
     Messieurs Flint, McDougall, McBane, Wilson, John Campbell, Duncan
     Campbell, Colin Mackenzie, McTavish, Hume and Dwar. Private, 450.
     Colonel Campbell, we hear, was to have the chief command of the
     two Scotch battalions. By an express arrived last night from
     Albany we have the following, extracted from a letter to Gen.
     Schuyler, dated Sorrel, June 12, 1776.

   n. 1776 July 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59739
     BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold by public vendue,
     on Monday, the 19th day of August next, on the premises, between
     the hours of 12 and 5 in the afternoon, a valuable plantation, or
     tract of land, in Manington, in the county of Salem, and province
     of New Jersey, adjoining land of John Dickinson, Joseph Sharp,
     John Hill, deceased, and others, containing 131 acres, be the same
     more or less, whereon is a log dwelling house, an apple and peach
     orchard, and other improvements; about 30 acres cleared, some
     meadow ground, the remainder timber land; late the property of
     Titus Ireland; seized and taken in execution, and to be sold by
     July 6, 1776.EDMUND WETHERBY, Sheriff.

   n. 1776 August 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59922
     WAS FOUND, on the thirty first day of July last, between
     Philadelphia and John Dickinson, Esquire, A POCKET BOOK,
     containing a quantity of CASH, with several other Papers. The
     owner, by applying to DENNIS CONARD, in Horsham township, near the
     Crooked Billet, may have it again, on proving his property, and
     paying Charges.

   n. 1776 September  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59960
     An ORDINANCE for the Appointment of JUSTICES of the PEACE for the
     State of PENNSYLVANIA.
     And that Benjamin Franklin, John Dickenson, George Bryan, James
     Young, ... , John Cadwallader,
     Evans, of the City and County of Philadelphia, Esquires, are
     hereby made, constituted and appointed Justices of the Peace for
     the City and County of Philadelphia.
     And that Alexander Johnson,
     Mendenhall, of the County of Chester, Esquires, are hereby
     made, constituted and appointed Justices of the Peace for the
     County of Chester.
     Justices of the Peace for the County of Lancaster.
     And that William Scott,... Josias Scott,, the younger, of the County of
     York, Esquires, are hereby made, constituted and appointed
     Justices of the Peace for the County of York.
     And that John Alison, , of the County of Cumberland, Esquires, are hereby
     made, constituted and appointed Justices of the Peace for the
     County of Cumberland.
     And that , William Proctor, , Henry Lloyd,
     , of the County of Bedford, Esquires, are hereby
     made, constituted and appointed Justices of the Peace for the
     County of Bedford.
     And that Thomas Scott, David Allen,
     the County of Westmoreland, Esquires, are hereby made, constituted
     and appointed Justices of the Peace for the County of
     Westmoreland.
     And be it further ordained and declared, That the said Justices,
     and every of them, shall have full power and authority to take
     acknowledgments of deeds, and cognizance of criminal offences, and
     breaches of the peace; and in cases of petty larceny under Five
     Shillings to proceed to punishment.
     or affirmation before their President for the time being, and that
     the Justices appointed for the City and County of Philadelphia do
     take and subscribe the same oath or affirmation before Benjamin
     Franklin, John Dickinson, Samuel Morris, Samuel Ashmead and
     Alexander Edwards, Esquires, or one of them.
     Hoge, John Holmes, John Alison, and Samuel Lyon, Esquires, or one
     of them.

   n. 1776 November 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60324
     On Friday last died, in the bloom of life, greatly and deservedly
     regretted by his friends and the public, Capt. JOHN SHAW, late
     Assistant Quarter Master General in the Flying Camp, a gentleman
     His remains were respectfully deposited in Christ Church Burying
     ground, on Sunday evening, in the presence of many mourning
     friends, in whose hearts his virtues have erected a monument to
     perpetuate his memory.
     Assembly, for the city, Joseph Parker, Robert Morris, George
     Clymer, Samuel Morris, jun. John Bayard, Michael Shubert: For the
     county, Robert Knox, John Dickinson, George Gray, Thomas Potts,
     Isaac Hughes, Frederick Antis. No Counsellor chosen for either
     City or County.
     BUCKS County.
     COMMISSIONERS, William Roberts, John Vandegrist, John Gill.
     ASSESSORS, John Krusen, John Sample, John Davis, Arthur Watts,
     Benjamin Stagle, John Vandegrist.

   n. 1777 February  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60465
     PHILADELPHIA, February 5.
     Extract of a Letter from General Washington to Congress,
     dated January 22, 1777.
     "My last was on the 20th instant; since that, I have the pleasure
     to inform you that General Dickinson, with about 400 militia, has
     defeated a foraging party of the enemy of an equal number, and has
     taken 40 waggons, and upwards of an hundred horses, most of them
     of the English draft breed, and a number of sheep and cattle which
     they had collected.
     "The enemy retreated with so much precipitation, that General
     Dickinson had only an opportunity of making nine prisoners; they
     were observed to carry off a good many dead and wounded in light
     waggons.
     "This action happened near Somerset Courthouse, on Millstone
     river. General Dickinson behaviour reflects the highest honour upon
     him; for, though his troops were all raw, he led them through the
     river, middle deep, and gave the enemy so severe a charge, that,
     although supported by three field pieces, they gave way, and left
     their convoy.
     The Members chosen, Mr. Chase, Mr. Witherspoon, Mr. Clarke, Mr.
     Lewis, Mr. Ross, Mr. Heyward, and Mr. Smith.

   n. 1777 February 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60507
     IN pursuance of a writ to me directed, under the hand and seal of
     John Jacobs, Esq; Speaker of the honourable House of Assembly of
     the State of Pennsylvania, dated at Philadelphia the day of the
     date hereof, setting forth, "That whereas, by the returns made by
     the Inspectors and Judges of the late Election, it appears that
     Robert Knox, John Dickinson, George Gray, Thomas Potts, Isaac
     Hughes and Frederick Antes, were duly elected to represent the
     Freemen of the county of Philadelphia in General Assembly: And
     whereas John Dickinson, George Gray, Thomas Potts and Isaac
     Hughes, have not appeared in this House, or by any means signified
     to the House an intention of taking seats therein. I am therefore
     commanded and strictly enjoined to hold an Election at the State
     house, in the city of Philadelphia, for electing four fit persons,
     to represent the freemen of the county of Philadelphia, in General
     Assembly, in the room and stead of the said John Dickinson, George
     Gray, Thomas Potts and Isaac Hughes; as also Commissioners,
     Assessors and a Representative in the Executive Council, agreeable
     to their rights as Freemen, under the present constitution.
     Therefore, in virtue of the said writ, I do hereby give public
     notice to the Freeholders and others of the county of Philadelphia
     qualified to vote as members of the Assembly, to meet at the State
     house, in the city of Philadelphia aforesaid, on Friday next, the
     14th day of February inst. to elect four Freemen of the said
     county, to serve as Representatives in Assembly for the county of
     Philadelphia; in the room and stead of John Dickinson, George
     Gray, Thomas Potts and Isaac Hughes; as also Commissioners and
     Assessors, together with a proper person to represent them in the
     Executive Council, agreeable to the present constitution. In
     Inspectors chosen to serve at the former Election on the fifth day
     of November last, are, by said warrant, ordered to attend.
     February 10, 1777.WILLIAM MASTERS, Sheriff.

   n. 1777 March 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60678
     NEW LONDON, March 14.
     of sheep Mr. Brown had no account of. - That the armed ships were
     the Amazon, Capt. Jacobs, Greyhound, Capt. Dickinson, and Lark,
     Capt. Smith, with seven transports. That they landed three
     companies of British and three companies of Hessian troops.

   n. 1777 May  7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60872
     TWO HUNDRED POUNDS Reward.
     WAS broke open the Desk of John Dickinson, Innholder, in the town
     of Salem, in the State of New Jersey, on the night of the 21st of
     April, 1777. and taken out of the amount of 1020 l. in continental
     currency; whoever will apprehend the thief or thieves, so that
     they be convicted of the robbery, and the money recovered, shall
     receive the above reward; or any person returning the money to the
     subscriber, or the Printers hereof, within 20 days from the time
     of the said robbery, shall receive the above reward, and no
     questions asked. As it is supposed the robbery was committed by
     some persons in needy circumstances, it is hoped that the public
     will take notice of persons of that character, that may now appear
     to have plenty of cash, and enquire by what means they came by it,
     which will much oblige, their humble servant, EDWARD HOPPER.

   n. 1778 January 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #61570
     BURLINGTON, January 14.

   n. 1778 May 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #62025
     AN AMERICAN.

   n. 1778 July  4 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62144
     "I have for two weeks past been with the militia of this State,
     under the command of Major General Dickinson. It truly affords me
     the most heartfelt pleasure to see in what numbers and how
     suddenly my brave countrymen poured in from every quarter, to the
     defence of our glorious cause. During the whole time they
     Bordentown, when General Dickinson with great propriety had
     of Colonels Freelinghuysen, Van Dike and Webster remained, when a

   n. 1778 July 14 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62200
     PHILADELPHIA, July 14. Extract of a letter from a young gentleman,
     an inhabitant of Freehold, who was in the action on the 28th ult.
     half hour would have destroyed us in this settlement, root and
     branch, had not General Dickinson come directly into it at the
     very time; and by that means saved us. The British light horse
     but I hear they were actually on the plantation, when the militia
     under General Dickinson arrived here last Friday night; and I
     believe their coming, as they did, prevented our loosing the house
     and every thing else.

   n. 1778 August  4 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62441
     Port of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ss.
     try the truth of the facts alledged in the bill of Jonathan
     Dickinson, Serjeant, (who as well, &c.) against the ship or vessel
     called the Albion, burthened about 200 tons, her tackle, apparel,
     furniture and cargo; to the end and intent that the owner or
     owners thereof, or any persons concerned therein, may appear and
     shew cause, if any they have, why the same should not be condemned
     according to the prayer of the said bill.

   n. 1778 August 29 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62750
     Essingham Galley, John Wilson, Lieutenant of the Ranger Galley,
     and John Lawrence, Gunner of the Dickinson Galley, were convicted
     of deserting to the enemy, and sentenced to suffer death. The
     Council having examined the proceedings of the said Court, approve
     of the sentence, and have ordered that they be executed on
     Wednesday next. The execution will be on board the gallies in the
     river, nearly opposite to Market street wharf. John Lawrence is to
     be hanged, the other three are to be shot.

   n. 1778 September 26 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #63061
     CHARLESTOWN, (S. Carolina) August 12.
     SINCE Friday last, we have had very hard blowing weather, the wind
     at E. and N.E. but on Monday, so violent a storm (beginning at
     about two oin the morning) that, `til between 3 and 5 in the
     afternoon, when the gale shifted to N. and N.W. a hurricane was
     the sloop Joseph and Benjamin, Capt.
     Dickinson, loaded with indigo and tobacco, and ready to sail on a
     voyage, was bulged and filled, on the north side of the wharf
     before the Exchange;

   n. 1778 December 29 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #64012
     Philadelphia, December 18, 1778.
     ALL persons indebted to the estate of JAMES ALEXANDER, late of the
     Northern Liberties of this city, deceased, are requested to pay
     the same to the subscribers; and those who have any demands
     against said estate are desired to bring in their accompts,
     properly proved, in order that they may be paid byADAM ALEXANDER,
     GEORGE ALEXANDER, Executors Or CAD. DICKINSON.

Cadwallader Dickinson _
   mf 1761 Nov 23 Mary Draper _ at St. Michaels & Zion Church, PA Archives/LDS
   n. 1779 June  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #64474
     PHILADELPHIA.
     And the following Gentlemen, together with the former, were
     appointed a Committee for carrying the other resolves into
     execution.
     Tanner, Joseph Dean, Capt. John Young, Cadwallader Dickinson,
   n. 1779 August  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #64654
     PHILADELPHIA, August 4.
     Cadwalader Dickinson, Col. Robert Allison, William Robinson, Southwark,
     David Pancoast, , Lewis Farmer, , Samuel Young, , John Barker,
     , Thomas Humphreys,

   n. 1779 August 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #64676
     Resolved, That this Committee consist of three, viz. Mr. Cuthbert,
     Mr. Dickinson and Major Boyd.
     Extract from the Minutes,
     JARED INGERSOLL, Sec

   n. 1780 January 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65032
     PHILADELPHIA, January 12.
     The General Assembly of this State have appointed the Hon. John
     Dickinson, Nicholas Vandyke and Thomas McKean, Esquires, Delegates
     to represent this State in Congress for the ensuing year - And

   n. 1780 June 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65361
     Major General DICKINSON set out from this place yesterday morning,
     to take upon him the command of the Jersey militia in order to
     co-operate with the continental army in repelling the incursions
     of the enemy, who have taken post at Elizabeth Town Point. It must
     give the mist heart felt pleasure to the friends of liberty and
     the independence of our country, to observe with what unanimity
     and resolution the militia have turned out for the support of the
     common cause, and gives a happy presage of our final success.

   n. 1780 July  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65390
     PHILADELPHIA, July 5.
     Extract of a letter from General Washington, dated Whippany, June
     25, 1780.
     force towards Elizabeth town towards Springfield. They were
     opposed with great conduct and spirit, by Major Generals Greene
     and Dickinson, with the Continental troops and such of the militia
     "The enemy advanced from Elizabeth Town about five in the morning,
     said to be about five thousand infantry, with a large body of
     cavalry, and fifteen or twenty pieces of artillery. Their march
     was rapid and compact. They moved in two columns, one on the main
     road leading to Springfield, the other on the Vauxhall road. Major
     Lee with the horse and pickets opposed the right column, and Col.
     Dayton with his regiment the left, and both gave as much
     mill. The militia were on the flanks. Those under the command of
     General Dickinson, made a spirited attack upon one of the
     N. GREENE, Major General There were a number of prisoners made,
     but as they went on to Morris, I had no return of them.
     DaytonRegiment. Killed, 2 rank and file. Wounded, 1 Subaltern, 6
     rank and file. Missing, 4 rank and file.

   n. 1780 November 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65753
     PHILADELPHIA, November 29.
     from St. Eustatia, and schooner Emelia, Captain Dickenson, from
     Cape Francois; by which vessels we have an account of a dreadful
     hurricane having, about the middle of October, spread almost
     Saturday night arrived the brigantine Black Prince, Captain
     Robinson, after a short passage, from Amsterdam. By this vessel we
     William Bradford, jun. Esq; is appointed Attorney General of this
     State, in the room of Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant, Esq; resigned.
     Richard Chamberlaine, of Gloucester county, New Jersey, was
     executed at the same time, for passing counterfeit money in this
     City, being part of a large quantity he got at the sea shore, and
     which he purchased of Curtis Lewis, there, at the rate of a half
     Johannes per L 1000 Continental money.

   n. 1780 December 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65784
     PHILADELPHIA, December 13.
     "We learn from Jamaica, that besides the hurricane, they have had
     an earthquake and an irruption of a volcano. That several vessels
     were lost in Port Royal, one of which was a privateer of 22 guns,
     ready to proceed on her cruize. Two of their ships, one of 74, the
     other of 64 guns, were wrecked upon the Golden Keys, and their
     whole crews perished, except five men, who were saved by a Spanish
     Goellette. One of their frigates and a privateer ran ashore on the
     island of Cuba, some of their crews were saved by the Spaniards.
     At an election held at New Castle, on the 28th ult. to supply a
     vacant seat, The Hon. JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; was chosen to represent
     the county of New Castle in the General Assembly of the Delaware
     State.

   n. 1781 February 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65953
     TO BE SOLD, A LOT of GROUND, situate on Chestnut street, between
     Fifth and Sixth streets, nearly opposite the house of John
     Dickinson, Esq; 20 feet front on said Chestnut street, and about
     235 feet deep, to a 40 feet street called George street, to be
     laid out half way between Chestnut and Walnut streets. Also a LOT
     on Germantown Main streets. Also a LOT on Germantown Main street,
     containing one acre and 43 square perches, 100 feet front on said
     Main street, now in the tenure of Daniel Lukens. Both free from
     groundrent. For terms of sale, apply to
     Philad. Feb. 14, 1781.RICHARD WELLS.

   n. 1781 October 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #66612
     PHILADELPHIA, October 10.
     The Maryland brigade, commanded by Col. Williams, consisting of
     the first and second regiments, commanded by Lieut. Col. Howard,
     and Major Hardman; and the Virginia brigade, commanded by Col.
     Campbell, consisting of the first and second regiments, commanded
     by Major Snead and Capt. Edmonds, exhibited lively examples of
     that intrepidity and military perfection, which is seldom equalled
     by the oldest troops.
     Counsellors. John Dickinson and Peter Hyatt, Esquires.

   n. 1782 January 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #66932
     Castle, this 19th day of November, in the year of our Lord one
     thousand seven hundred and eighty-one.
     JOHN DICKINSON, PRESIDENT.
     By His ExcellencyCommand,
     JAMES BOOTH, Secretary.
   n. 1782 February 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67065
     STATE OF DELAWARE.
     ORDERED, THAT Mr. Vandyke, Mr. Molliston and Mr. Latimer be a
     for regulating trade and navigation ---
     Dover, Jan. 19, 1782.JOHN DICKINSON.
     Extract from the minutes,
     JAMES BOOTH, Clerk of Assembly.
   n. 1782 May 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67354
      PHILADELPHIA, May 22.
      To the Printers of the PENNSYLVANIA GAZETTE.
      GENTLEMEN,New Castle county, April 27, 1782.
      The following Address, with its Answer, were put into the hands of
      a gentleman to be transmitted to you a considerable time ago, ......
      least diminish the reproach arising from so tardy a procedure.
      To His Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; President, Captain General
      and Commander in Chief in and over the Delaware State.
      Signed, in behalf and by order of the Congregation,
      DANIEL JONES.
      To which His Excellency was pleased to return the following
      ANSWER.
      SIR, I AM exceedingly obliged to the Presbyterian Congregation of
      St. George, for the honour done me by their address, for which I
      return them my most respectful thanks.....
      Such a testimony of esteem from part of a Church to which I am
      .....the happiness of the St. Georgecongregation.
      JOHN DICKINSON.
   n. 1782 July  3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67469
      STATE OF DELAWARE.
      of our councils and proceedings.
      Our enemies ought to believe that our sole aim, in this just and
      necessary war, is a safe and honorable peace; and, that such a
      peace, in our unalterable determinations, included Independence
      and concert with our Ally.
      correction of the Legislature, and then approved, might form a
      compleat body of our laws to that period.
      Dover, June 12, 1782.JOHN DICKINSON.
      Delaware State, ss.
      In the HOUSE of ASSEMBLY, Tuesday, June 18, 1782.
      Resolved unanimously, 1. THAT the United States in Congress
   n. 1782 October 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67847
      "Orders have been repeated for the evacuation of Charlestown; they
      On Tuesday, the 8th instant, came on the General Election
      throughout the State, for Representatives in Assembly, and other
      officers of Government, when the following Gentlemen were chosen.
      For the city of Philadelphia. Counsellor, James Irwin.
      Sheriffs, ... Thomas Proctor.
      For the county of Philadelphia. Counsellor, John Dickinson.
      For the county of Bucks. Sheriffs, William Roberts. Coroners, William
      Bennet, Abraham Dubois.
      For the county of Lancaster. Representatives, ...  Abraham Scott,
      For the county of York. Representatives, .... Patrick Scott
      For the county of Berks. Representatives, Daniel Clymer,
      For the county of Northampton. Sheriffs, Coroners, George Palmer,
      DIED, on Monday, the 7th Instant, after a tedious Illness, borne
      with the most Christian Patience and Resignation to the Divine
      Will, Doctor THOMAS EWING, of Cumberland County, New Jersey. By
      his Death his Country has lost an able, active and persevering
      Patriot; and his Family and Friends, a most amiable and endearing
      Example of every social Virtue.
   n. 1782 November  6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67916
      Wednesday last
      Peter Zachary Lloyd, Esq; is reappointed Clerk to the General
      Assembly.
      Monday last the Hon. John Dickinson, Esq; took his seat in the
      A Message from his Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; President
      their fellow creatures. I entertain the warmest hopes, that the
      Legislature of this state will emulate the most generous and wise
      examples of this kind.
      JOHN DICKINSON.
      Dover, October 29, 1782.
   n. 1782 November 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67942
      PHILADELPHIA, November 13.
      Thursday last His Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esquire, was elected
      President, and the Honorable JAMES EWING, Esquire, Vice President
      PETER Z. LLOYD, Clerk of the General Assembly.
   n. 1782 November 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67976
      PENNSYLVANIA, ss.
      By the PRESIDENT and SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL of the Commonwealth
      of PENNSYLVANIA,
      A PROCLAMATION.
      AS the best and greatest of Beings commanded mankind into
      existence with a capacity for happiness, bestowing upon them
      understandings and many gifts,"so when they, by an abuse of the
      JOHN DICKINSON.
   n. 1782 November 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #67977
      Lewes, October 16, 1782.
      To His Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esquire, President, Captain
      General, and Commander in Chief of the Delaware State.
      SIR,
      THE Presbytery of Lewes, being here providentially convened for
      affectionate conclusion of your address, and I can truly say, that
      my heart warmly wishes you every happiness.
      Dover, October 31, 1782.JOHN DICKINSON.
   n. 1782 December  4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68005
      Messrs. HALL and SELLERS.
      By giving the enclosed copy of a genuine letter from a Member of
      law to Mr. Reed, and violently attached to his measures and party.
      The next thing we did was to choose our President and
      Vice-President. Mr. Dickinson and General Potter were the
      candidates for the Chair of the State. The former was carried by a
      and Connecticut, and appears with him at all times as his friend
      and companion.
      I have but a slight acquaintance with Mr. Dickinson, having been
      but once in his company, but I have long admired his character.
      The pieces published against him are all false and scandalous, as
      will appear in a little while; for I am told he is preparing to
      lay before the State a true account of his conduct in 1776. The
      appointment of this man does honor to us in the eyes of every
      _______. The poor creature seems in an agony, and no wonder; for
      Mr. Dickinson, at the head of the Council, will soon lay open all
      the rogueries of his administration. He talks of corruption. This
      is enough to sicken one. The whole party may say to corruption,
      "Thou art my brother."Many of these very fellows, who are making
      such a noise about their whiggism in 1776, I myself knew to be
      lazy, sculking creatures. But what signifies all the fighting and
      talking in the world, if men are not honest, and plunder their
      country. It is like fasting and praying in religion, without good
      works. If we donmake examples of some of these fellows, we shall
      be ruined; and, instead of bawling in the manner they are doing,
      they might think themselves well off to escape with only the loss
      of their ears.
      present of L 1000. into the bargain. We have got a President now,
      who never interferes with any of our elections. This was not the
      case when Reed was Governor. You know the story of his meeting his
      party at the Cross Keys Tavern, and drinking toddy with them,
      while he directed them who to make Delegates.
   n. 1782 December 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68027
      There are two periods in history which should be perused with
      ...man, of whom it is the boast of the United States that they can
      call their own, his Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; to the
      Assembly of the State of Delaware, in whose every message or
   n. 1782 December 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68030
      To the Hon. JAMES POTTER, ESQUIRE, Major General of the Militia of
      fear from your intrepidity or influence; but, Sir, you have
      everything to fear from your present situation. Look behind you
      --- Look before you. The next step you take, may mark you A
      CONSPIRATOR.
      A FRIEND TO THE CONSTITUTION.
   n. 1782 December 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68056
      PHILADELPHIA, December 17.
      The ship Congress, Capt. Geddis, of this Port, is arrived at
      Baltimore with a valuable cargo from l'Orient, which place she
      left the first of November. Extract of a letter from a gentleman
      On Monday last the following Address was presented to his
      Excellency the President of the State.
      To his Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esquire, President of the
      Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania, &c. &c. WE, the
      Subscribers, Officers of the troops of Pennsylvania in the
      Continental army beg leave to present our congratulations on your
      appointment to the high office you now fill.
      Deeply interested as we are in the happiness and prosperity of our
      satisfactory to your enlarged mind, is the sincere wish of, Sir,
      Your Excellencyvery humble Servants,
      Arthur St. Clair, Major General.
      .... T. Robinson, Lieut. Col. 1st Ditto.
      .....James Humphreys, Capt. 6th Ditto.
      T. Proctor, Capt. Artillery.
      To which his EXCELLENCY was pleased to return the following
      ANSWER.
      GENTLEMEN,
      I AM oppressed by the honor which you have now conferred upon me,
      and find it impossible to express my gratitude for it, but by
      referring myself to that liberality of minds from which it flows,
      and trusting, that there perfect justice will be done to my
      sentiments.
      That your unremitted exertions, under very great difficulties, may
      soon be rewarded with those lasting blessings to the people, which
   n. 1782 December 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68070
      Messieurs HALL and SELLERS.
      I shall be obliged to you, if you will be pleased to give the
      following Piece a place in your paper. Its being written in
      fragments of evenings, after attention to the public and private
      duties of the day, will, I hope, be admitted as a sufficient
      apology for its defects. I am, Gentlemen, with great respect,
      Your very humble Servant,
      JOHN DICKINSON.
      To my OPPONENTS .......
      I am, Sir, your humble servant,
      Mr. BaileyJOHN DICKINSON."
      "GENTLEMEN,October 2, 1782.
      AN attack having lately been made from the press upon my
      character, which probably will be repeated, I beg leave to inform
      you, that I am perfectly willing every piece written against me,
      and offered to you for publication, should be inserted in your
      paper; but, I desire that nothing may be published in my defence
      or favor. Your compliance with this request will exceedingly
      oblige, Gentlemen, Your very humble servant,
      JOHN DICKINSON."
      Mess. Hall and Sellers.
   n. 1783 January  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68109
      I am much obliged to the honorable Mr. Reed, for giving me an
      early opportunity of rectifying a mistake respecting him in the
      last Paper, that gentleman having since assured me, he never
      highly disapproved the Constitution, nor presided or spoke at any
      public meetings against it."J. DICKINSON.
      Continuation of President DICKINSON'S ADDRESS.
      THE third charge brought against me is, That I deserted my
      Resolved, That the detachments marching from Philadelphia to New
      York, under the command of Colonel Dickinson, be allowed for
      subsistence while on their march the sum of one dollar and
      one-third of a dollar per week, for each of the privates and
   n. 1783 January 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68157
      Continuation of President DICKINSON'S ADDRESS.
      A letter from Colonel Dickinson, informing of the desertion of two
      soldiers of his battalion, was read, and ordered to be referred to
      the Council of Safety.
      Letters from General Mercer and Colonel Dickinson, relative to the
      desertions of the militia, were, by order of Congress, laid before
      this House."
      "Friday, August 16, 1776.
      A letter was read, from Colonel Dickinson, at the camp,
      complaining of the desertion of some of the associators, and
      On the sixteenth of December, I arrived at my house in Kent, where
      my tenant spared me two rooms; and I was enough employed in
      procuring necessaries for those I carried with me.
      In the year 1777, I executed in the Delaware State, what I had
      intended to do in Pennsylvania. I became a private in Captain
      Stephen Lewis company; and in that capacity served, with my musket
      upon my shoulder, during the whole tour of duty performed that
      ... General Rodney, as to mention my serving as a private, after the
      honors I had borne, in very obliging terms.
      believe, after their resignations, unemployed in a military line,
      till their appointments to be Generals. In the critical campaign
      of 1777, I bore my musket as a private. This, I hope, does not
      make against me. I had been a Member of Congress from the
   n. 1783 January 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68167
      Conclusion of President DICKINSON'S ADDRESS.
      letter, that it was written by me, as well as if my name was
      We judge it sufficient thus briefly to suggest our ideas. If they
      are thought proper to receive such improvements as your wisdom can
      give them, we shall be amply rewarded for our care, by your
      approbation, and by the benefits which in consequence will be
      conveyed to our fellow citizens.
      JOHN DICKINSON. COUNCIL CHAMBERS, Philadelphia, Jan. 23, 1783.
   n. 1783 February  5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68243
      approve of the appointment of JOHN DICKINSON, Esquire, as
      President of the State of Pennsylvania, or not?
      The members of the 2d battalion are unanimously of opinion, that a
      better choice of a President could not be made.
      Col. Zeigler, of the 4th battalion, of the same opinion.
      The members of the 7th battalion are of the same opinion.
      .....
      and that we highly approve of the appointment of his Excellency
      JOHN DICKINSON, Esquire, to be President.
   n. 1783 February 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68286
      PHILADELPHIA, February 12.
      Extract of a letter from St. Christophers, dated January 16, 1783.
      "You have enclosed a copy of the Honorable Mr. Townshendletter to
      the Governor and Directors of the Bank of England, which first
      gave rise to the idea of peace. Since then the Governor of
      Dominique has wrote to Count Dillon, that the Anson man of war
      To His Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esquire, President of the
      Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of
      Pennsylvania,
      SIR,
      THE Baptist Church in Philadelphia, happy in your accession to the
      highest office in this Commonwealth, beg leave to present your
   n. 1783 February 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68305
      Mr. BLOODY BONESSpeech continued.
      YAS, Mr. Speaker, you shall all feel the weight of this sword.
      Like the flaming sword which defended the garden of Eden, it cuts
      2d. General John Cadwallader, poor creature! who mistook a joke,
      or perhaps the sallies produced by a few glasses of wine, (as the
      pamphlet tells us might have been the case) for a serious
      conversation.
      Sir, to his Excellency John Dickinson, Esquire. Auh! Mr. Speaker,
      they are a delicious morsel to all opposers of bastely government.
      tongue of our late worthy President, and here you will see them in
      this pamphlet. His Excellency John Dickinson, Esquire, governs the
      The Speeches of the Hon. ROGER SLYBOOTS, of Northumberland county,
      and PRAISE GOD BAREBONES, of Lancaster county, in our next.
   n. 1783 April 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68530
      PHILADELPHIA, April 23.
      Last Wednesday the Sheriff, accompanied by the Magistrates of this
      City, made Proclamation, at the Courthouse, of the Cessation of
      Hostilities, amidst a vast concourse of People, who expressed
      their Satisfaction on the happy Occasion by repeated Shots. At the
      same Time the State Flag was hoisted on market street Wharff, the
      Bells were rang, and a general joy diffused itself throughout the City.
      Accounts from New York mention, that the last embarkation of
      refugees, consisting of near 5000 souls, sailed from thence on
      Thursday last for Nova Scotia. That orders had been issued for
      reinstating those virtuous citizens who had left their property on
      the invasion of the British forces in 1776; and they were
      Resolved, That the Flag of the Thirteen United States, be Thirteen
      Stripes, alternate Red and White. That the Union be Thirteen
      Stars, White in a Blue Field, representing a new Constellation.
      CHARLES THOMSON, Secretary.
      extended to every citizen of America.
      3. General Washington and the American army; may their virtue and
      perseverance be ever held in grateful remembrance by the freemen
      of America.
      4. The memory of General Warren, and those heroes who have
       n. 11. Governor Dickinson, and the State of Pennsylvania.

   n. 1783 May 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68615
      NAVAL OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA.  INWARD ENTRIES from the first Instant.
      Brig Commerce, W. Lewis, St. Kitts.
      CLEARED OUTWARDS. Sloop Molly, W. Humphrey, S. Carolina;
      Sloop Active, F. Dickinson, Barbados;
      Sloop Governor Guerrerd, J. Cobourn, S. Carolina;
      Sloop Mayflower, J. Waterman, Nantucket;

   n. 1783 May 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68632
      PHILADELPHIA, May 21.
      To his Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; President, Captain General,
      and Commander in Chief of the State of Pennsylvania.
      WE, the Officers of the Seventh Battalion of Lancaster County
      Militia, after mature Deliberation and the best Intelligence, beg
      Leave, at this late Hour, to congratulate your Excellency on your
      Appointment to the highest Office in this State. It affords us
      Captains, Lieutenants
      THOMAS ROBINSON,ABRAHAM SCOTT,
      ABRAHAM SCOTT,JAMES COOK, jun.
      HIS EXCELLENCY'S Answer.
      GENTLEMEN,Philadelphia, April 11, 1783.
      I DESIRE your Acceptance of my sincerest Thanks for the Address
      with which you have been pleased to honour me.
      The Approbation of such Fellow Citizens, whose Prudence aids their
      Integrity, I value at its high and proper Worth; and I shall
      always be reminded, by the great Satisfaction it gives to me, how
      much I owe to them.
      I wish you, Gentlemen, every Happiness, and am, with perfect
      Esteem,Your most obedient, and most humble Servant,
      JOHN DICKINSON. The Officers of the Seventh Battalion
      of Lancaster County Militia.

   n. 1783 May 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68655
      NAVAL OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA.
      INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Swallow, J. Dickinson, St. Thomas.
      Brig Hope, S. Williams;

   n. 1783 August 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69031
      A MESSAGE from THE PRESIDENT and THE SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, to
      THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
      Gentlemen, AT length, the arduous contest for the freedom and
      independence of America is decided in her favor, and we heartily
      ...... seminaries of learning will find in your honorable body the
      patronage and encouragement, that always reflect a lustre upon
      legislators, by being in a distinguished manner beneficial to a
      state.JOHN DICKINSON.  Council Chamber, Philadelphia, August 18, 1783.
   n. 1783 September 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69161
      A MESSAGE from THE PRESIDENT, and THE SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,
      to THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
      GENTLEMEN, WE think it our duty, to lay before you an account of
      the late disturbances among the soldiery in this state.
      On the 19th day of June, we received the inclosed letters from
      Col. Richard Butler, and William Henry, Esq; of Lancaster, and
      Secretary to enquire, if that message to the Council was approved
      by the soldiers in general. He reported to us, that he was
      answered insolently by some of the leaders, was approved by them,
      and that we should soon hear more from them."
      While these things passed, most of the members of Congress
      assembled, but not in sufficient number to form a Congress. That
      honorable body stood adjourned from Friday till the following
      Monday, Saturday being a day of usual recess; but upon the alarm,
      the members were specially summoned by their President to meet,
      and at the place to which the soldiers were moving. For what
      purpose they were so summoned, we have not been informed.
      convened to meet us at the State House next morning, at ten o.
      Accordingly, on Tuesday the 24th, we met in the Assembly Room,
      Colonels Shee, Eyre, Knox, Marsh, Read, Will, Dean, Henry, Coates,
      --- Majors Rees, Brown, Casdrop, McCullough, Boyd, and Panqueke,
      and Captain Morris --- only one field officer being absent.
      others cannot diminish the dignity of those, who take care not to
      impair it by any unworthy actions of their own.
      Upon the whole, with grateful acknowledgments to the Divine
      Goodness, we sincerely rejoice that such a disturbance was
      quieted, without our making a single improper concession, and
      without costing the life of one citizen of Pennsylvania.
      JOHN DICKINSON.  COUNCIL CHAMBER. Philadelphia, August 19, 1783.
      A Correspondent remarks, that tho'the Council has not thought
      ..that report NO MENTION IS MADE, that the Council was met in the
      Statehouse when the soldiers assembled there on Saturday, the 21st
      of June; nor, that the soldiers then came to that place for the
      sole purpose of applying to the Council; nor, that they did then
      actually apply to the Council only.
      Another circumstance is very extraordinary. The committee expresly
      state in their report, that in the conference on Monday, the 23d
      of June, the Council had represented to them --- from the steps
      which had been taken, the business seemed to be in a train of
      negotiation, and that it merited consideration, how far it would
      be prudent to terminate the matter in that way, rather than employ
      coercive measures."
      Congress, and afterwards positively and warmly approved by them.
      * Several members of Congress say, that Gen. St. Clair was called
      into the Congress room, and, as well as the members can recollect,
      addressed by the President in these words --- "Sir, --- You are
      empowered by the members of Congress here present, to go among the
      soldiers, and take such measures as you shall judge most proper."
      ** The committee of Congress, in their report, have fallen into
      several mistakes by confounding facts and sentiments, and
      representing them as happening or expressed at times when they had
   n. 1783 October  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69222
      rent-rolls of their manors, and of the number of the pews in
      Trinity church, than of the insidious behaviour of Brigadier
      Ruggles, the approved and firm conduct of Mr. Dickinson and Judge
      McKean, or the designated oppression of the stamp act. Shortly
      Hic niger est, bunc tu Romane caveto! Z.

   n. 1783 October 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69337
      confidence and affections of the States:
      Resolved, That buildings be likewise erected for the use of
      Congress at or near the Lower Falls of Potomack or Georgetown,
      provided a suitable district on the banks of the river can be
      procured for a foederal [federal] town, and the right of soil and
      general Arthur St. Clair, Colonel Walter Stewart, Lieutenant
      colonel Thomas Robinson, Major Evan Edwards, and Captain Abraham

   n. 1783 November 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69411
      Thursday the Council and General Assembly of the Commonwealth
      proceeded to the choice of President and Vice President of the
      Supreme Executive Council, when his Excellency JOHN DICKINSON,
      Esq; and the Honorable JAMES EWING, Esq; were unanimously
      re-elected to those important and elevated stations, for the
      ensuing year.
   n. 1783 December 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69550
      PHILADELPHIA, December 17.
      In COUNCIL, December 9, 1783.
      SIR, YOUR return, in safety and health, to this city, from which
      you first sat out commissioned to defend the liberties of your
      Your Excellencymost obedient Servant,
      JOHN DICKINSON.
      His Excellency General WASHINGTON."
      His EXCELLENCY'S ANSWER.
      To his Excellency the PRESIDENT, and the Honorable the SUPREME
      EXECUTIVE COUNCIL of the Commonwealth of PENNSYLVANIA.
      GENTLEMEN,
      I AM affected by the welcome reception I have met with on my
      ..... which I have the honor to be,
      Gentlemen,
      --- the blessings of peace and independence are ours --- and we
      ...and Physicians of the city of Philadelphia,
      FERDINAND FARMER, JOHN EWING,.....
      To which his EXCELLENCY was pleased to make the following ANSWER.
      GENTLEMEN,
      given, of regard for my person and approbation of my services.
      of universal imitation. GEORGE WASHINGTON.
      Philadelphia, 13th Dec. 1783.
      The same day the following ADDRESS was presented to his Excellency
      General WASHINGTON, by the TRUSTEES and FACULTY of the University
      of the State of Pennsylvania.
      congratulations on the establishment of peace, and the security of
      ... enlightened empire, all the blessings of virtue, learning and
      urbanity.
      GEORGE WASHINGTON.
      Philadelphia, December 13, 1783.
      Last Monday morning his Excellency GENERAL WASHINGTON left this
      city, on his way to Annapolis. His Excellency was attended to some
      Council of Censors, in the room of the Hon. JOHN EVANS, Esq; deceased.
   n. 1788 October  8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75233
                                              Carlisle, October 2, 1788.
      A SPECIAL meeting of the board of Trustees of Dickinson College is
      to be held at Carlisle, on TUESDAY, the 25th day of November next,
      agreeable to the charter.
      The Trustees are requested to be punctual in their attendance, as
      business of great importance to the institution will then come
      before them. JOHN ARMSTRONG, P. pro tem.
   n. 1788 November 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75347
                      To be rented, for a Term of Years,
      SUNDRY Lots in the city of Philadelphia, and parcels of Land near
      the same, viz. 1. A city square, bounded eastward and westward by
      7th and 8th streets, and northward and southward by Chesnut and
      Walnut streets, (save a small part thereof at the north-east
      corner) now in the tenure of William Eckhart, his term expires
      March next. 2. A large lot on the south-side of Chesnut street, at
      the distance of about 10 feet from the east wall of General
      Dickinson's house to Sixth street, extending from the said Chesnut
      street, northward, to a 36 feet wide street. 3. Forty acres of
      land on Wissahickon road, adjoining Standley's grass grounds, now
      in the tenure of John Manderfield, his lease will expire next
      spring. 4. Three hundred acres of land, lying in the Fork of, or
      between two crossroads, from Germantown road to Frankford road,
      opposite, on one side, the Widow Lawrence's, and on the other, to
      Conrad Hester's, and adjoining Godfrey Twelve's land; lately in
      the tenure of Daniel Levan, who is gone off. For terms, apply to
      LEWIS WEISS, in Arch street, or to CHARLES JARVIS, in Second
      street.
   n. 1789 April 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75717
                            NEW BRUNSWICK, April 7.
      A correspondent informs us, that the boat which is to receive his
      Excellency General Washington, at Elizabeth Town, and convey him
      to New York, is completed. She is 47 feet keel, and rows with 13
      oars on each side, to be manned by the pilots of New York, who are
      to be dressed in white frocks and black caps, trimmed and
      ornamented with fringe.
      His Excellency our worthy Governor, we are told, has sent on to
      General Dickinson, at Trenton, to hold the troop of horse under
      his command in readiness to escort his Excellency General
      Washington on his way to New York. The plan of the operation, we
      are told, is as follows. --- The Philadelphia horse conduct him to
      Trenton --- the Hunterdon horse to Rocky Hill --- The Somerset
      horse to this place --- the Middlesex horse to Woodbridge --- and
      the Essex horse to the barge. It is hoped that on this joyful
      occasion the countenance of every friend to his country may
      bespeak pleasure --- and that our enemies, if there are any among
      us, will not have the audacity even to look on his sacred person.
   n. 1789 September  2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #76056
      Philadelphia, August 24, 1789.
      BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed, will be
      exposed to sale by public vendue, at the Merchants Coffee House,
      in Second street, on Saturday, the 5th day of September next, at 7
      o'clock in the evening ---- A valuable lot of ground in Gray's
      alley, being 38 feet front on said alley, and in depth 50 feet and
      6 inches; bounded south by said alley, and on the north and south
      by ground of George Gray and John Dickinson, on which are two
      brick messuages, and a brick bake-house, subject to a ground rent
      of L7 per annum.
      Also a tract of land, situate in the township of the Northern
      Liberties, adjoining lands late of Dr. Thomas Bond, deceased,
      beginning at a stone a corner of Henry Cess's land; thence by land
      late of Isaac Norris, deceased, north 27 degrees west 138 perches
      and 7-10ths of a perch to a stone corner of Thomas Bond's land;
      thence by the same south 51 degrees and a half west 53 perches to
      a stake a corner; thence south 68 degrees and a half east 13
      perches to a stake; thence still by the said Thomas Bond's land
      south 29 degrees and a half east, 99 perches to a stake corner of
      said Henry Cess's land; thence by the same south 72 degrees and a
      half east, 56 perches and a half, to the place of beginning,
      containing 30 acres, (more or less). Taken in execution, and to be
      sold as the property of Dr. Thomas Bond, by
      JAMES ASH, Sheriff.

   n. 1784 August 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70474
                           PHILADELPHIA, August 4.
                A MESSAGE from the PRESIDENT and the SUPREME
                 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL to the GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
      GENTLEMEN,
      COUNCIL having judged it absolutely necessary, that you should be
      called together before the day to which you stood adjourned, it
      became their duty to convene you accordingly, although they
      regretted the inconveniencies to which you would be subjected by
      meeting so much sooner than you intended.
      The Secretary will lay before you an act of Congress of the third
      of June, requiring a body of troops to be forthwith furnished,
      with some other resolutions of the same, prior, and subsequent
      dates----A collection of papers relating to the case of Charles
      Julian de Longchamps, and another of those respecting the late
      disturbances at Wyoming.
      The necessity of adopting measures conformable to the requisition
      before mentioned, is so urgent, as to admit of no delay.
      The late violations of the rights and privileges of public
      Ministers point out the propriety of further provisions, more
      effectually to guard the honor, repose and welfare of the United
      States in general, and of this commonwealth in particular, against
      the licentious temerity of individuals.
      We have carefully endeavoured to prevent any breach of the peace
      on account of the interfering claims to lands in Northumberland
      county, but not so successfully as we desired. We must rely upon
      the prudence and authority of your Honorable House, for
      establishing tranquillity in that part of the state.
      JOHN DICKINSON.  Council Chamber, July 21, 1784.
      State of Pennsylvania, viz.
      RECEIPT of Continental Taxes from the State of Pennsylvania (being
      in Part of that State's Quota for 1782) published in Pursuance of
      the Sixth Articles of Instructions from the Office of Finance,
      dated the 12th Day of February, 1782.
                        For the Month of JULY, 1784.
         July 26. Received of David Rittenhouse, Esq, 2733 Dollars.
            Two Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty-three Dollars.
         J. SWANWICK, Receiver of Continental Taxes for the State of
                                Pennsylvania.
      Philadelphia, August 1, 1784.
               Extract of a letter from Dublin, dated May 22.
     "More than 300 persons, male and female, have offered to indent
      themselves with the captains of the different vessels now in our
      harbour, bound to America, and have been refused. They are at
      present so full of passengers, that they take none but those who
      pay, or tradesmen under a certain description. It is imagined ten
      vessels more could shortly be filled, were they to sail with
      emigrants to that part of the world, from the city and county of
      Dublin only."
      Monday last arrived here the brig Peggy, Captain Hughes, from Port
      Port-au-Prince. By this vessel we learn, that on the 29th of June,
      a dreadful fire broke out at Port-au-Prince, which destroyed the
      greatest part of the town, including many valuable stores, &c. The
      damage is said to amount to twenty five millions of livres.
      We are informed from the best authority, that the French packet
      Courier de l'Amerique, Captain d'Abbeville, will sail from New
      York the 15th instant, for l'Orient.
      The Speedy, Kennedy, from Charleston, is arrived at Portsmouth, in
      England.
      The Emperor, Rennie, and Jenny, Crofier, from South Carolina, and
      Betsey, Crawford, from Virginia, are arrived at Dover, in England.
      Last Wednesday, the Rev. Dr. KUNTZE, late Minister of the German
      Lutheran Congregation, and Professor of the University of this
      city, took his departure for New York which is to be his place of
      residence. He was accompanied as far as Bristol by a number of
      respectable members of the Congregation; and after spending a few
      hours in the utmost harmony and friendship, they took with much
      regret, a very tender and affectionate leave.
      The fulsome panegyric of a day, to a person who is a stranger to
      flattery, is disgusting; suffice it however to say, that the
      Doctor, by his extensive learning, piety, and abilities, had
      gained the esteem of his Congregation, over which he presided for
      near fourteen years. Hence it is that they feel hi loss the more
      heavily, and hence shall they bear a grateful remembrance of those
      services which he rendered to the Church as a Preacher of the
      Gospel.

   n. 1784 August 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70547
                          PHILADELPHIA, August 25.
      The Trustees of Dickinson College are requested to meet at
      Carlisle, pursuant to adjournment, on the last Tuesday of
      September.
      We hear from Edinburgh, that the Rev. Dr. Charles Nisbett (a
      gentleman equally distinguished for his learning, and attachment
      to the liberties of America) has consented to accept of the
      Principal's chair, in the new College at Carlisle.
      Monday last arrived the ship Cyrus, Captain Robinson, in ten weeks
      from Newry, with 300 passengers; and the ship Van Berkel, Captain
      Campbell, in seven weeks from Amsterdam, with 100 passengers.
      The Charleston Packet, Melville, and Mentor, Laughton, from
      Virginia, are arrived at Dover in England.
      The Latona, Ross, and Cochran, Bolton, for Virginia, sailed from
      England the 7th of June.
      The Bon Esprit, Davis, is arrived at Falmouth from Charleston.
      The Nelly, White, is arrived at Liverpool from Virginia.
      The Hibernia, George, from Londonderry; Debonnair, Gardiner, from
      Teneriffe; and Phoenix, Tucker, from St. Eustatia, are arrived at
      Baltimore.
      Captain Ludlam, in the brig Active, from London, on his passage
      spoke the following vessels, viz. the brig Mary, Captain Steward,
      on the coast of Brasils, July 19, in lat. 39, 10. long. 43, 30. W.
      belonging to Port Roseway, but fitted out at Boston; he had been
      out 9 months, had taken 12 fish, and was bound to London; the brig
      Peacock, Captain Higgins, belonging to Boston, out ten weeks, and
      had taken two fish, July 30, lat. 35, long. 51, 20. W. and on the
      8th instant, about 70 leagues from land, he spoke the ship
      Catharine, Captain Wilson, from this port, bound to Lisbon.
      Captain Gardner, in the ship John, from Bristol, spoke the
      following vessels, viz. August 2, lat. 30, long. 59, the sloop
      Julius Caesar, Captain Brooks, from New Haven, bound to the West
      Indies, with cattle, 19 days out: August 5, lat. 30, 30. long. 64,
      30. the schooner John, Captain Morris, 16 days out from
      Charleston, bound to Antigua; and on the 15th, about 30 leagues
      S.E. of the capes of Delaware, the schooner Sally, for Barbadoes,
      and the ship -----, Captain Possey, for Cape Francois, both from
      this port.
      The Cochran, Bolton, from London, and Harmony, -----, from
      Bristol, are arrived in James River, Virginia.
     *** The MEMBERS of the Corporation for the Relief of Widows and
      Children of Clergymen in the Communion of the Church of England,
      in America, are requested, by several of their number, who are
      interested in the Funds of the Institution, to meet in the City of
      New York, on the Tuesday after the next Feast of St. Michael.

   n. 1784 October 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70792
                            CARLISLE, October 15.
      In consequence of the meeting of the Trustees of Dickinson College
      last month, a teacher of mathematics has been added to the
      College, so that now those necessary branches of learning are
      taught in our infant seminary. The Latin and Greek languages are
      taught as usual with accuracy and care by Professor Ross. In the
      spring it is expected, upon the arrival of Dr. Nesbit, that
      professorships of natural and moral philosophy, logic,
      metaphysics, &c. will be filled up, and education rendered as
      complete and extensive here as in any of the colleges in America.
      In the mean while young gentlemen may be prepared for those higher
      branches of literature by the present teachers of the languages
      and mathematics. Board may be had in reputable families, in the
      village of Carlisle, for sixty up to eighty dollars per year.
      We have the pleasure to inform the public, that a foundation has
      already been laid for a library in our college. His Excellency the
      President of the state has presented the College with the
      principal part of the library of the late Isaac Norris, Esq;
      consisting of about 1500 volumes, upon the most important
      subjects. besides this collection, the College has received
      contributions in books from Granville Sharp, Esq; of London, and
      from several gentlemen in the city of Philadelphia.

   n. 1784 November 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70818
                          PHILADELPHIA, November 3.
                                 IN COUNCIL.
                  Philadelphia, Thursday, October 28, 1784.
      A certificate from the Wardens of the port of Philadelphia, of the
      26th instant, respecting the removal of the Chavaux de frize, was
      received and read, and is as follows, to wit.
            "Port of Philadelphia, Wardens Office, Oct. 26, 1784.
     "We do hereby certify, that Messrs. Levi Hollingsworth and Arthur
      Donnaldson, have not only removed and destroyed forty-nine
      chevaux-de-frize, but from the report of the pilots employed in
      sweeping the bed of the river, in the neighbourhood of Mud Island
      and Billingsport, we have every reason to believe that they have
      also removed all the frames that were obstructions, and that the
      navigation, in both the eastern and western channel, is rendered
      perfectly safe.
      FRANCIS GURNEY, SAMUEL CALDWELL, GEORGE ORD, NATHANIEL FALCONER,
      JOHN HAZLEWOOD, JOS. BULLOCK."
      Upon which it was ordered, That a letter be written to Messrs.
      Arthur Donnaldson and Levi Hollingsworth, in the following words:
                                 IN COUNCIL.
                       Philadelphia, October 28, 1784.
      GENTLEMEN,
      THE certificate from the Wardens of this port gives us great
      satisfaction, and we have drawn an order for the payment of the
      balance due to you.
      We cannot deny ourselves the pleasure of expressing upon this
      occasion, our sense of the attention and ingenuity exerted in
      removing the chevaux-de-frize, and of the very great service
      thereby rendered to our fellow-citizens, I am, with much respect,
      Gentlemen, your obedient and very humble servant, JOHN DICKINSON.
      Messrs. A. Donnaldson, and L. Hollingsworth.
      Ordered, That the foregoing certificate from the Wardens of the
      port of Philadelphia, and letter to Messrs. Arthur Donnaldson and
      Levi Hollingsworth, be published.
      Extract from the Minutes,
      JAMES TRIMBLE, for JOHN ARMSTRONG, jun. Secretary.
      Extract of a letter from a gentleman at New Haven, dated Oct. 25.
     "The Assembly of this state, now sitting in this place, have
      passed an act impowering Congress to lay a continental impost, if
      twelve states accede to it."
      Capt. McFaden, in the Fair American, arrived here yesterday in 35
      days from Fayal. On the 17th October, in long. 56, lat. 38, he
      spoke the brig Don Galvez, from Boston, for Africa, eight days
      out, all well.
      The ship Bristol, Capt. Earle, arrived here on Saturday last, in
      seven weeks from Bristol. On the 4th of October, in lat. 39 20, N.
      long. 46, Capt. Earle spoke the brig Three Cranes, Capt. Folger,
      from London bound to Boston, 36 days from Falmouth. On the 28th
      Sept. the Three Cranes, in a violent gale of wind, shipped a heavy
      sea, which carried away her larboard waist, and obliged the crew
      to cut away her mainmast, besides sustaining other damage in the
      hull, and under the necessity of inclosing her bottom with cables,
      being very leaky. Capt. Earle, after taking four passengers out of
      her, supplied Capt. Folger with some bread and canvas, and he
      mentioned his intentions of proceeding to the southward, in hopes
      of meeting with moderate weather.
      Sunday last arrived here the ship America, Capt. Keeler, from
      Dublin, and brought in with him Capt. Perkins, late of the brig
      Bermuda Packet, bound from this port for Newfoundland, who
      informs, that on the 14th of October, in a violent gale of wind,
      his vessel was thrown on her beam ends for a considerable time,
      but by cutting away her masts she righted again; that he lost his
      boat and every thing off the deck, and the brig almost full of
      water, her pumps being rendered useless. In this situation he
      remained 37 hours, during which time three of his hands were
      washed overboard and drowned, when he was happily discovered by
      the sir Lord Hood, from Jamaica bound to London, who bore down and
      took him and his people on board; that five days after, meeting
      with Captain Keeler he got on board, and arrived as above.

   n. 1784 November 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70849
                         PHILADELPHIA, November 10.
      On Wednesday last the Hon. JOHN BAYARD, Esq; was chosen Speaker,
      and SAMUEL BRYAN, Esq; Clerk of the General Assembly. And
      On Saturday His Excellency JOHN DICKINSON, Esq; was re-chosen
      President of the State, and the Honorable JAMES IRVINE, Esq; was
      chosen Vice-President for the ensuing year.
                Extract of a letter from Limerick, August 16.
     "In the month of April last, an American vessel called the
      Wexford, Moses Browne, master, consigned to Mr. John O'Brian,
      merchant, was detained in this harbour, for having on board rum in
      casks, which was prohibited by the statute. On the trial, which
      lasted near six days, the most striking and favourable
      circumstances, the fullest and clearest evidence of the Captain
      and crew's innocence appeared (all Americans, never in Ireland
      before) the Captain and his Merchant being the first who informed
      the revenue officers of every transaction, and the particulars of
      his cargoe. The three Commissioners, Collector Maunsell, Mr.
      Lloyd, Surveyor of Excise, and Mr. McMahon, this day gave final
      judgment in favour of the ship."

   n. 1784 December 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70927
      Philadelphia, November 17, 1784.
      SIR,
      IN the beginning of last summer a report spread in some parts of
      this continent, that there were suspicions of the plague being at
      Marseilles; altho' without any foundation this report has been the
      source of anxiety to merchants. The Marshall de Castres, who has
      been informed of it, has done me the honour to write me such
      particulars as are most proper to remove their fears; he informs
      me, that "all trading vessels coming from the Levant are only
      admitted at the ports of Marseilles and Toulon; but particularly
      at the former; that the Lazaretto of Marseilles has the most sure
      resources, in the most certain practice of the various methods
      used for the purification of goods and the treatment of persons."
     "Vessels," continues this Minister, "directly fitted out from
      Marseilles, when there are no particular grounds of suspicion, may
      be received with perfect confidence, and full credit may be given
      to the bills of health delivered by the magistrates of this city,
      whose integrity is as well known as their vigilance and capacity.
      I thought it my duty, Sir, to communicate to your Excellency these
      accounts, in order to dissipate now and henceforth all kind of
      uneasiness; you will find further particulars in the printed paper
      which I have the honour to address to you, and the experience of
      all the vessels which trade between Marseilles and the ports of
      this continent, proves the truth of the facts which are therein
      advanced.
      I am with respect,
      Sir,
      Your Excellency's,
      Very humble, and very
      Obedient servant,
      BARBE DE MARBOIS.
      His Excellency John Dickinson, Esq.
      President of the State of Pennsylvania.
      WHEREAS the Aldermen and Deputies of the Chamber of Committee of
      this city of Marseilles, and a great number of the merchants have
      applied and remonstrated to us, stating, That advices received
      from Spain give them reason to fear a future prohibition by the
      Spanish government, against admitting the vessels cleared from
      this port, under suspicion of the plague: And whereas we are well
      informed, that entry has been refused at Nice to Captain Denans,
      master of the Tartane St. Hospice, upon the same prevailing
      suspicions, whereby the said Captain has been obliged to return to
      this port and land his cargo.
      WE, the Mayor, Aldermen and Recorder of this city of Marseilles,
      Lieutenants General of the Police, being extremely surprized at a
      rumour spread with so much rashness and so devoid of foundation,
      which may be of equal prejudice to the commerce of the kingdom,
      and that of other nations, do attest and certify unto all whom it
      may concern, That by the Divine favour the people of this city and
      its territory are in very good health, and that not only there is
      no suspicion of plague, but that there is no kind of epidemical
      disease in this place; that further it ought to be generally
      known, that no merchandize coming from the Levant can be taken out
      of our Lazaretto without being carefully purified during all the
      necessary time conformably to the rules which are strictly
      observed; and for making our testimony public and certain, we have
      caused these presents to be printed under the arms of the city, to
      be distributed wherever necessary. In witness whereof, we have
      signed at Marseilles, the 17th July, 1784.
      Le Chevalier de LOUVICOU, Mayor.
      MARTIN fils de CESAR,
      PETER BAGARRY, Aldermen.
      JOSEPH PASTORET, Recorder.
      CLAUD BLANCHARD,
      JOSEPH MORTUEL, Aldermen.
      From the original.
      At Marseilles, printed by SIBIE, Printer to the King and City.
      Published by order of Council,
      JAMES TRIMBLE, for
      JOHN ARMSTRONG, jun. Secretary.
      Secretary's Office, Philadelphia.
      November 25th, 1784.

   n. 1785 June 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71655
                               NEW BOOK-STORE.
                                THOMAS DOBSON
       Has removed from Front street to Second street, two doors north
                             of Chesnut street,
      WHERE he is just opening for sale, a very extensive collection of
      BOOKS, in various branches of literature; they are in general
      excellent editions, and in the freshest and most elegant bindings:
      Those who are pleased to honour him with their orders may depend
      on the utmost attention and the genteelest usage. From the regular
      supplies which he expects of all new publications of merit, he
      hopes for a continuance of that favour of the generous public
      which he has already experienced.
      Among others, T. DOBSON has just received the following new
      medical BOOKS:
      1. Bell's System of Surgery.
      2. Fourcroy's Elementary Lectures on Chemistry and natural
      History, translated from the French, with notes and illustrations
      by the translator, forming a complete course of those two
      sciences, 2 large volumes, 8vo.
      3. Dickinson's Enquiry into the nature and causes of fevers.
      4. Irving's Experiments on the Red and Quill Peruvian Bark, being
      the dissertations which gained the first prize, given by the
      Harveian Society of Edinburgh, for the year 1784.
      5. Dr. Cullen's First Lines of the Practice of Physic; the only
      complete edition published and corrected by the Doctor himself, 4
      volumes, large 8vo.
      6. The Chirurgical works of the celebrated Percival Pott, best
      edition; to which is added in this edition only, and to be found
      in no other. 1. His Remarks on the operation of amputation. 2.
      Remarks on the palsy of the lower limbs, and curvature of the
      spine. 3. Farther Remarks on the useless state of the lower limbs,
      with elegant plates, 3 large vols. 8vo.
      Also just come to hand, a few Scotch Almanacks for the year 1785.
      At the above store may be had, a variety of writing paper, quills,
      ink-powder, wax, wafers, &c. &c.

   n. 1785 July 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71735
      PENNSYLVANIA, ss.
             By the PRESIDENT and the SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
                    of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
                                PROCLAMATION.
      WHEREAS it appears to us, that Catharine, the wife of Lawrence
      Kraymer, jun. of the township of Bedminster, in the county of
      Bucks, and Peter Kraymer, his son, were killed and murdered in the
      night of the twenty-first instant, in the dwelling-house of the
      said Lawrence Kraymer, by a certain JOHN McDONALL, and that he
      afterwards set fire to the dwelling house aforesaid, by which the
      same was destroyed: And whereas it is of the utmost importance to
      the lives of the good people of this state, and a due execution of
      the laws, that the perpetrator of a crime so horrid should be
      brought to condign and exemplary punishment: We have therefore
      thought proper to issue this proclamation, hereby engaging, that
      the public reward of FIFTY POUNDS, in Specie, shall be paid to any
      person or persons who shall apprehend and secure the said John
      McDonnall, to be paid on conviction for the same: And we do hereby
      charge and require all judges, justices, sheriffs and constables,
      to make diligent search and enquiry after, and to use their utmost
      endeavours to apprehend and secure the said John McDonall, his
      aiders, abettors and comforters, and every of them, so that they
      may be dealt with according to law.
      Given in Council, under the hand of the President, and the seal of
      the state, at Philadelphia, this nineteenth day of June, in the
      year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five.
      JOHN DICKINSON.
     (Attest.) JOHN ARMSTRONG, jun. Secretary.
                         GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH.
      The said John McDonall is an Irishman, about 25 years old, and 5
      feet high, very thick set, much marked in the face by the small
      pox, with short curled brown hair, and walks slow and wide, had
      with him, when he left Bedminster, a double barrel's pistol, the
      stock of which is inlaid with silver.


   n. 1786 November 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #73376
      THIS is to inform all persons whom it may concern, that, Whereas a
      certain JOHN CORNAL (alias) ZEBULON DICKINSON, now in gaol in the
      county of Lancaster, and state of Pennsylvania, was convicted of
      horse stealing in the court of said county, in the last May
      sessions: And whereas the commitment of the said John Cornal
      (alias) Zebulon Dickinson was continued on suspicion of having
      stolen horses out of the neighbourhood of Fish-Kill, in the state
      of New York; one of William B. Elgor, and another from a certain
      John Darlond. This is also to inform the said Elgor and Darlond,
      that the said John Cornal (alias) Zebulon Dickinson has received
      his punishment inflicted on him, paid his fine, and will be
      discharged in three weeks from the date of this advertisement,
      unless removed.
      Given under my hand at Lancaster this 1st day of Nov. 1786.
      JOHN OFFNER, Gaoler. Lancaster, November 1, 1786.

   n. 1787 February 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #73610
                           MIDDLETOWN, January 29.
      By a gentleman from Springfield we are informed, that General
      Shepherd has taken post at Continental Hill, in Springfield, with
      about 900 men, and Captain Shays with about 500 insurgents had
      assembled, on the 23d inst. at Wisbraham, about ten miles from
      Springfield --- that on the 24th, Shays advanced with an intention
      to dispossess General Shepherd of the hill, and seize the public
      stores. At about 4 o'clock, P.M. having advanced to within about
      60 rods of the hill, in two columns, one on the road and the other
      in the pines, on the left of the road, General Shepherd sent an
      officer to Shays to know his intention, and to forbid him
      advancing. Shays sent in answer, that he was determined to have
      possession of the hill and stores; and continued to advance.
      General Shepherd again sent an officer, forbidding him to advance
      on his peril, and informing him he should defend the hill and
      stores while he had life. Shays refused to halt, and continued his
      march, - when within about 40 rods, General Shepherd ordered two
      pieces of artillery to be fired over the column, and a shell to be
      thrown into the woods beyond them; but the insurgents still
      continuing to advance, a piece of artillery was levelled and
      discharged, whereby 3 men were killed and one mortally wounded,
      who died the next day; on which the insurgents immediately fled in
      the greatest confusion, and did not form again until they had
      arrived at Chocobuy, about eight miles from the field. They then
      crossed the river and joined Day in West Springfield, who it was
      said had 1500 men with him. - General Lincoln's troops arrived and
      joined General Shepherd, the day after this event. - The names of
      the persons killed were Jabez Spicer, ensign, Zimri Dickinson,
      Simeon Allen and Obadiah Ward.
         The following paragraph was received just as this paper was
                               going to press.
      A letter from General Shepherd, written last Friday afternoon, to
      Mr. Thomson, continental Commissioner of Accounts at Hartford, and
      received on Saturday afternoon, informs, that William Shays, at
      the head of 1200 men, had advanced upon General Shepherd at
      Springfield. It was demanded of Shays what was his object, he
      answered, "the barracks and quarters for his men." The reply was,
     "that they must be bought very dearly." Mr. Shays however,
      advanced. General Shepherd then ordered two cannon to be
      discharged over the heads of the insurgents; they still advanced;
      some canister shot were then ordered to be thrown among them, and
      they retreated, leaving four dead and dying, their wounded
      unknown. A company of light-horse and some volunteers from
      Worcester county joined General Shepherd on Friday; and General
      Lincoln was expected with 1500 men. Shays remained in the vicinity
      with 2500 men.

   n. 1788 November 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75347
                     To be rented, for a Term of Years,
      SUNDRY Lots in the city of Philadelphia, and parcels of Land near
      the same, viz. 1. A city square, bounded eastward and westward by
      7th and 8th streets, and northward and southward by Chesnut and
      Walnut streets, (save a small part thereof at the north-east
      corner) now in the tenure of William Eckhart, his term expires
      March next. 2. A large lot on the south-side of Chesnut street, at
      the ************************************************************
       or to CHARLES JARVIS, in Second street.

   n. 1789 April 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75717
                           NEW BRUNSWICK, April 7.
      A correspondent informs us, that the boat which is to receive his
      Excellency General Washington, at Elizabeth Town, and convey him
      to New York, is completed. She is 47 feet keel, and rows with 13
      oars on each side, to be manned by the pilots of New York, who are
      to be dressed in white frocks and black caps, trimmed and
      ornamented with fringe.
      His Excellency our worthy Governor, we are told, has sent on to
      General Dickinson, at Trenton, to hold the troop of horse under
      his command in readiness to escort his Excellency General
      Washington on his way to New York. The plan of the operation, we
      are told, is as follows. --- The Philadelphia horse conduct him to
      Trenton --- the Hunterdon horse to Rocky Hill --- The Somerset
      horse to this place --- the Middlesex horse to Woodbridge --- and
      the Essex horse to the barge. It is hoped that on this joyful
      occasion the countenance of every friend to his country may
      bespeak pleasure --- and that our enemies, if there are any among
      us, will not have the audacity even to look on his sacred person.

   n. 1789 September 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #76056
                                         Philadelphia, August 24, 1789.
      BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed, will be
      exposed to sale by public vendue, at the Merchants Coffee House,
      in Second street, on Saturday, the 5th day of September next, at 7
      o'clock in the evening ---- A valuable lot of ground in Gray's
      alley, being 38 feet front on said alley, and in depth 50 feet and
      6 inches; bounded south by said alley, and on the north and south
      by ground of George Gray and John Dickinson, on which are two
      brick messuages, and a brick bake-house, subject to a ground rent
      of L7 per annum.
      Also a tract of land, situate in the township of the Northern
      Liberties, adjoining lands late of Dr. Thomas Bond, deceased,
      beginning at a stone a corner of Henry Cess's land; thence by land
      late of Isaac Norris, deceased, north 27 degrees west 138 perches
      and 7-10ths of a perch to a stone corner of Thomas Bond's land;
      thence by the same south 51 degrees and a half west 53 perches to
      a stake a corner; thence south 68 degrees and a half east 13
      perches to a stake; thence still by the said Thomas Bond's land
      south 29 degrees and a half east, 99 perches to a stake corner of
      said Henry Cess's land; thence by the same south 72 degrees and a
      half east, 56 perches and a half, to the place of beginning,
      containing 30 acres, (more or less). Taken in execution, and to be
      sold as the property of Dr. Thomas Bond, by
      JAMES ASH, Sheriff.

   n. 1791 December 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #77988
                           WILMINGTON, December 3.
      We are informed from Dover, that the Conventions have met, and
      proceeded to business, and chosen John Dickinson, Esq; President.

   n. 1792 June 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #78355
           By Isaac Smith, esquire, second Justice of the Supreme
      Court of Judicature of the state of New Jersey.
      NOTICE is hereby given, that upon application to me by George
      Dickinson, of the county of Salem, who claims against Joseph
      Dickinson, of the same place, two equal undivided parts out of
      three equal undivided parts, the tenements to be divided into
      three equal parts, of three messuages, of one barn, of one
      orchard, and of two hundred and fifty acres of land, more or less,
      with the appurtenances, situate in the township of Pilesgrove, in
      the county of Salem, I have nominated Elnathan Davis, Bateman
      Lloyd, Esq; and William Wilson, commissioners, to divide the said
      tract of land and tenements, with the appurtenances into three
      equal shares or parts, two of the said parts for the said George
      Dickinson, and one of the said parts for the said Joseph
      Dickinson, and unless proper objections are stated to me at the
      house of Henry Drake, innkeeper, in Trenton, on the 22d day of
      August next, the said Elnathan Davis, Bateman Lloyd, and William
      Wilson will then be appointed commissioners to make partition of
      the said land and tenements, pursuant to an act, entituled "An Act
      for the more easy partition of lands held by co-parceners,
      joint-tenants and tenants in common," passed at Perth Amboy, the
      eleventh day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand
      seven hundred and eighty-nine.
      ISAAC SMITH.

   n. 1792 August 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #78458
           By Isaac Smith, esquire, second Justice of the Supreme
               Court of Judicature of the state of New Jersey.
      NOTICE is hereby given, that upon application to me by George
      Dickinson, of the county of Salem, who claims against Joseph
      Dickinson, of the same place, two equal undivided parts out of
      three equal undivided parts, the tenements to be divided into
      three equal parts, of three messuages, of one barn, of one
      orchard, and of two hundred and fifty acres of land, more or less,
      with the appurtenances, situate in the township of Pilesgrove, in
      the county of Salem, I have nominate Elnathan Davis, Bateman
      Lloyd, Esq; and William Wilson, commissioners, to divide the said
      tract of land and tenements, with the appurtenances into three
      equal shares or parts, two of the said parts for the said George
      Dickinson, and one of the said parts for the said Joseph
      Dickinson, and unless proper objections are stated to me at the
      house of Henry Drake, innkeeper, in Trenton, on the 22d day of
      August next, the said Elnathan Davis, Bateman Lloyd, and William
      Wilson will then be appointed commissioners to make partition of
      the said land and tenements, pursuant to an act, entituled "An Act
      for the more easy partition of lands held by co-partners,
      joint-tenants and tenants in common," passed at Perth Amboy, the
      eleventh day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand
      seven hundred and eighty-nine.
      ISAAC SMITH.

   n. 1792 August 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #78468
                           WILMINGTON, August 25.
      A correspondent begs leave to observe, that Mr. Dickinson's late
      Society of the state of Delaware, while it demonstrates the
      liberality of that gentleman, is, at the same time, a proof of the
      rising importance of science in our American Republicks, and must
      serve as an earnest of its future diffusion and usefulness.
          Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Lancaster county,
                     to his correspondent in this town.
     "Is it not surprising, sir, what improvements have been made in
      arts and sciences since the late war, by our countrymen. When
      peace took place, some in the military and naval departments, beat
      their swords into plow-shares, some into mathematical instruments,
      and others into mechanick tools.

   n. 1796 November 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #81474
      STOLEN, last night, out of the subscriber's pasture, on John
      Dickinson's place, near the Rising Sun tavern, Northern Liberties,
      a bay MARE, about 15 hands high, rising 4 years old, shod before,
      carries well, and hath a natural trot, switch tail, and has two
      remarkable white spots, one of them on her near shoulder, and the
      other on her off thigh. Whoever takes up and secures the thief and
      said mare, so that the owner can have his mare again, and the
      thief brought to conviction, shall have Forty Dollars reward and
      for the mare only, Twenty Dollars, paid by
      YOST YONKER.
      Northern Liberties, Oct. 27, 1796.

   n. 1798 April 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #82302
                            BALTIMORE, March 26.
      Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Knoxville, to his friend
      in this city, dated March 6.
      "Cox's large boat is near Knoxville, on its way down. The river
      "I presume you have heard that a duel has been fought between
      Captain Bird and ensign Dickinson. At the second fire the latter
      fell."
      from Spain, for damages which the cargo sustained. This the
      Spaniards refused to pay; and declaration of war, from the Dey,
      immediately ensued. - Capt. D. sailed from Algiers in company with
      five sail of the Dey's fleet, bound against the Spaniards.
      The Algerines were very inquisitive of Capt. D. respecting the
      frigate which our government had promised them. They appeared to
      be displeased that she had not arrived, and were dissatisfied with
      many of the articles received from America, particularly the
      scantling. When the Dey was informed that a quantity of the boards
      were only eight inches wide, he sent for the American Consul, and
      asked him if his President thought "that the Dey wanted boards to
      make bird-cages."

   n. 1800 April 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #83204
                              Six Cents Reward.
      RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living in the township of Chester,
      Burlington county, state of New Jersey, on the 15th ult. a black
      servant girl, about 17 years of age, named Elizabeth Dickinson,
      about five feet two inches high, and middling black. Her cloathing
      cannot be particularly described, as she took a variety with her.
      Whoever apprehends the above runaway, and brings her home to her
      master, shall receive the above reward, but no charges. JOSEPH
      HEWLINGS.
      Burlington county, New-Jersey,
      April 14th, 1800.

   n. 1800 July 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #83342
                              TRINIDAD, May 24.
      It is with true concern that we find ourselves under the painful
      necessity of announcing to the public a melancholy event, which
      took place on Sunday morning last, in the death of the honorable
      Charles John Warner, esquire, of the island of Bequia, and a
      member of his Majesty's Council for the island of St. Vincent.
      This gentleman, with Messrs. Dickinson, Brough, Thatcher and
      Blair, sailed from St. Vincent on Thursday, the 13th instant,
      bound for this island; on Friday following they were captured by a
      French privateer, and at their own particular request landed on
      the northeast part of this island, where they flattered themselves
      they would have found their way to Fort Abercrombie, and from
      thence to town.
      After landing with great difficulty, they found their distance
      greater than they expected, and that there was no probability of
      accomplishing their purpose; they then wished to return on board
      the privateer, or take chance of landing on some settled part of
      the island, but they were deprived of this resource, for they
      found, from the violence of the surge, that it was impracticable
      to launch the boat; still in hopes of meeting with a settlement,
      which they were led to believe was not far distant, they
      proceeded, but were soon convinced of their error, and that there
      was little prospect of getting to Fort Abercrombie, at least that
      night.
      The shock that this certainty of their situation had on Mr.
      Warner, was so instantaneous, that it totally deprived him of his
      senses, and he died in an hour after!
      What were the sensations of his fellow-sufferers, we leave to the
      feeling mind to suggest.
      They had then no alternative but to inter the remains of the
      deceased in the best manner the circumstances would admit, and
      endeavour to get forward. After two days spent in the woods, with
      incredible labor and fatigue they reached the post at Fort
      Abercrombie, commanded by captain Peitier, to whole humanity and
      kind attention they feel themselves much indebted.
      SOUTHWARK.  William Robinson,

   n. 1834 January 28 THE UPLAND UNION ITEM #715
      Real Estate
      TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, On FRIDAY, the 7th of February next,
      a first rate FARM, Containing 36 Acres, 6 of which is thriving
      TIMBER. The improvements are a 3 story Brick House, with two
      rooms on the first floor, two up stairs, and two in the
      garret, with a large kitchen and two cellars; there is an open
      stove in each of the rooms; frame barn 30 by 40 feet, a first
      rate hog stye, with other out buildings, all of which are in
      reasonable condition. There are two wells of good water on the
      farm, an ORCHARD OF APPLE TREES, and a variety of early Cherry
      trees, with pears, peaches and plumbs;, the front of said farm
      is enclosed with a good thorn hedge, and the land is in good
      order. The above farm is situated in Brandywine Hundred, on
      the Wilmington and Philadelphia Turnpike road, about five
      miles from the former and 20 from the latter places, bounded
      by lands formerly belonging to Governor Dickinson, and is
      convenient to mills, and places of public worship. Persons
      wishing to view the property, will please call on Charles
      Bowlen, living thereon. Sale to commence at 2 oon said
      day, when the terms will be made known by CHARLES BOWLEN, MARY
      BOWLEN, N.B. Possession will be given on the 25th of March
      next. A clear title given to the purchaser.
   n. 1839 February 22 DELAWARE COUNTY REPUBLICAN ITEM #1712
      Advertisement
      ONE CENT AND A BASKET OF OAK CHIPS REWARD. - Ranaway from the
      subscriber living in the village of Darby, on Monday the 18th
      inst., an apprentice to the wheelwright business named George
      Dickinson, between 18 and 19 years of age, with dark eyes and
      hump shoulders. All persons are forbid harboring or trusting
      said boy, as the subscriber has reason to believe he was
      seduced from his employ by evil disposed persons. The above
      reward, but no charges will be given for his apprehension.
      DANIEL T. MORTON.
   n. 1843 January 6 DELAWARE COUNTY REPUBLICAN ITEM #2471
      Real Estate
      PUBLIC SALE - Pursuant to an order of the Orphans'Court of
      Delaware county, will be sold at public vendue on Monday, the
      6th day of February next, at one o, P.M. on the
      premises, a valuable FARM, late the property of John P.
      Miller, deceased, situate in Haverford township, Delaware
      county, bounded by lands of William H. Wilson, George
      Dickinson, Abraham L. Pennock, and the Springfield and Darby
      roads, containing FIFTY FOUR ACRES, and one hundred and twenty
      square perches of land, be the same more or less. The
      improvements consist of a two story STONE HOUSE, a well of
      excellent water and a variety of fruit trees. There is about
      four acres of woodland, six acres of meadow and the remainder
      arable, with running water passing through it. This farm is
      beautifully located, in a good neighborhood, seven miles from
      Philadelphia. PETER PECHIN, CHARLES KUGLER, Administrators
   n. 1830 July 28 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #2769
      Death Notice Recently, Col. JAMES BOYD, son of the late Wm.
      Boyd, Esq. of Pequea, and brother-in-law of Mrs. Dickinson,
      after a tedious illness, which he bore with christian
      fortitude and resignation, in the 52d year of his age, leaving
      a wife and ten children to lament his irreparable loss.
      (Lancaster Intelligencer)

Ann Dickinson _
   mm 1836 Nov 24 William Hampton _
      1836 November 30 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #3947
      Marriage On the 24th inst. by the Rev. G.I. Miles, WILLIAM
      HAMPTON, to ANN DICKINSON, both of Willistown, Chester county.

Samuel M. Dickinson _
   mf 1840 Jan 07 Elizabeth Embree _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Embree _
      1840 January 14 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #4664
      Marriage On the 7th inst. by Elder Wm. Stedman, Mr. SAMUEL M.
      DICKINSON, of West Caln, Chester county, to Miss ELIZABETH
      EMBREE, eldest daughter of James Embree, of the same place.

Jesse Dickinson _
   bm 1821
   dm 1844 Jan 04 at 23Y.
      1844 January 9 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #5728
      Death Notice On the 4th inst., in West Caln, JESSE DICKINSON,
      aged 23 [?] years.

Thomas Dickinson _
   n. 1854 February 10 DELAWARE COUNTY REPUBLICAN ITEM #6886
      Advertisement FOR SALE - A lot of BEES. They are storing, clear of moth,
      and in profitable hives. The price will be reasonable.
      THOS. DICKINSON. Chester, Feb. 10.

A. J. Dickinson _
   n. 1847 December 14 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #6999
      Marriage On Thursday, the 18th ult., at the house of A.J.
      Dickinson, Lower Sandusky, Ohio, JEREMIAH EVANS, of Sandusky
      city, Ohio, to M.D. MITCHENER, of the former place, both
      formerly of Chester county, Pa.

Charles Dickinson _
   mf 1849 Mar 08 Elizabeth Rose _
      1849 March 13 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #7536
      Marriage In Philadelphia, on the 8th inst., by Friends'
      Ceremony, in the presence of Alderman J. Mitchell, CHARLES
      DICKINSON to ELIZABETH ROSE, both of Delaware county, Pa.
      1849 March 16 DELAWARE COUNTY REPUBLICAN ITEM #4210
      Marriage In Philadelphia, on the 8th inst., by Friends'ceremony, in the
      presence of Alderman J. Mitchell, CHARLES DICKINSON, to
      ELIZABETH ROSE, both of Delaware county, Pa.

Joseph G. Dickinson _
   mf 1834 Apr 17 Ann Fawkes
      1834 May 7 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #3579
      Marriage On the 17th ult. by Alderman Ash, in Philadelphia,
      JOS. G. DICKINSON, of Chester County, to Miss ANN FAWKES, of
      Delaware County.
   mf 1849 Oct 25 Phebe Ann Mercer _
      1849 November 13 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #7832
      Marriage On the 25th ult., by the Rev. Albert Barnes, Mr.
      JOSEPH G. DICKINSON, to Miss PHEBE ANN MERCER, both of West
      Whiteland, Chester county.

   n. 1852 December 21 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #9618
      Obituary Col. ISAAC WAYNE, of Chester county, whose decease at
      the age of 83, has recently been announced, was the only
      remaining child of General Anthony Wayne. He died where he was
      of his life, a filial reverence for Dickinson College, at
      which he graduated. Col. Wayne was a member of the Senate of
      long his political and personal friends, in preferring him to
      Mr. Adams....Though extremely sociable and cheerful when in

Albert B. Dickinson _
   mf 1855 Jan 11 Mary Jane Marple _
      1855 January 16 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #11262
      Marriage By Alderman W.P. Hibberd, on the 11th inst., ALBERT
      B. DICKINSON to MARY JANE MARPLE, both of Montgomery county,
      Pa.

Jane Dickinson _
   mm 1838 Nov 15 Isaac Tustin _
      1838 November 20 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #4373
      Marriage On the 15th instant, in East Whiteland, by L. Covel,
      Mr. ISAAC TUSTIN, to Miss JANE DICKINSON, both of Pikeland,
      Chester county.

Mary A. Dickinson _
   mm 1859 Dec 27 J. G. Register _
      1860 January 3 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #15046
      Marriage On Tuesday the 27th ult., at the Parsonage of the
      Vincent Baptist Church, by Rev. G. Sleeper, Mr. J. G.
      REGISTER, of West Pikeland, to Miss MARY A. DICKINSON, of Pottstown.

   n. 1860 August 21 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #15637
      Biography HUGH WILLIAMSON was born of Scotch Irish parents, in
      the township of West Nottingham, Chester county, on the 5th of
      December, 1735. - These Scotch - Irish Immigrants have been
      remarkable, in our country, for their enterprise, and for the
      on a Committee with the Rev. Dr. Ewing, David Rittenhouse, and
      Charles Thomson, to observe the TRANSIT OF VENUS, which
      Indies, to collect contributions in aid of the Newark Academy.
      In 1773, Governor John Penn certified to the credit and
      reputation'of Rev. John Ewing and Dr. Hugh Williamson, who
      were authorized to proceed to Europe, and solicit further aid
      for said Academy. - They persevered, under difficulties, until
      next day, for Holland. It was supposed, by John Adams, that
      Mr. David Hartley, a member of Parliament, and a good friend
      State,'where he continued for three years. Writing to
      President Dickinson, of Penn, from New York, while in
   n. 1860 October 9 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #15744
      Biography FRANCIS JOHNSTON, was among the earliest and most
      that Committee we find the names of such men as John
      Dickinson, George Gray, Anthony Wayne, Benjamin Bartholomew,
      George Ross, Benjamin Franklin, John Cadwallader, Francis
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   n. Esq.
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   Anna M

Anna M. Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Isaac Dickinson _ et ux
   mm 1860 Nov 14 John W. Orr _ all of Chester Co., PA
      1860 November 20 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #15831
      Marriage On Wednesday, the 14th inst., by Rev. G. Sleeper, Mr.
      JOHN W. ORR, to Miss ANNA M. DICKINSON, daughter of Isaac
      Dickinson, Esq., all of Chester county.

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   n. 1861 February 19 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #16101
      Biography HEZEKIAH NILES was born, October 10th, 1777, at the
      residence then of James Jefferis (now John James,) on the east
      century, was one of the firm of BONSALL & NILES, Printers and
      Publishers, in Wilmington. - In 1801, this firm was employed
      in publishing a revised edition of the Political Writings of
      JOHN DICKINSON, in two handsome octavo volumes, - on which
      occasion the compiler of these NOTES, (then a student of
      Medicine,) had the honor to be one of the proof readers. The
      printing establishment in which Mr. Niles was then concerned,
   n. 1861 February 26 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #16130
      Biography Rev. FRANCIS ALISON, D.D., was born in the county of
      Donegal, Ireland, in the year 1705 He received an excellent
      in 1735, and was for a while engaged as tutor in the family of
      the father of John Dickinson, of Delaware. He was licensed as
      a Presbyterian minister in 1736 or 1737, and on the 25th of
      Continental Congress; Rev. Dr. John Ewing, Provost of the
      University of Pennsylvania; Dr. David Ramsey, the Historian;
      Dr. Hugh Williams, one of the framers of the Constitution of
      the United States, and Historian of North Carolina; Rev. Dr.
      made provision in his will for giving his slaves their
      liberty. J.S.F. [NOTAE CESTRIENSES]
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Joseph C. Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ S. M. S. _
   bf 1821
   df 1857 Mar 22
      1857 April 7 ViLLAGE RECORD ITEM #12916
      Death Notice On the 22d ult., of acute inflamation of the
      brain, S.M.S. DICKINSON, wife of Joseph C. Dickinson, Esq., of
      Sadsbury township, in the 36th year of her age.
  with
   Rachel

Rachel Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _ et ux S. M. S. Dickinson
   mm 1843 Jan 05 Jacob Harper _
      1843 April 11 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #5573
      Marriage BY the Rev. Mr. Wallace, of Pequea, on the 5th of
      January last, Mr. JACOB HARPER, of Upper Oxford, Chester
      county, to Miss RACHEL DICKINSON, daughter of Joseph
      Dickinson, Esq., of Salisbury, Lancaster county.

John M. Dickinson _
   mf 1863 Feb 12 Debbie G. Haines _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Haines _
   n. 1863 March 31 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #17784
      Marriage On the 12th of 2d mo., 1863, in presence of Mayor
      Henry, of Philadelphia, by Friends'Ceremony, JOHN M.
      DICKINSON, to DEBBIE G. HAINES, daughter of Joseph Haines, all
      of Salisbury township, Lancaster county, Penna.

James Dickinson _
   n. 1870 April 5 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #24338
      Marriage DICKINSON - In Salisbury, Lancaster county, on the
      30th of March, JAMES DICKINSON, aged about 50 years.

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John Dickinson _
   bm 1799
   dm 1863 Sep 10 at 64.
      1863 September 15 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #18078
      Death Notice On the 10th inst., in East Bradford, JOHN
      DICKINSON, aged about 64 years.

Jane E. Dickinson _
   mm 1858 Feb 15 Charles Rue _
      1858 February 23 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #13614
      Marriage On the 15th at the Eagle Hotel, by Rev. Wm. E. Moore,
      Mr. CHARLES REESE, of Parkesburg, to Miss JANE E. DICKINSON,
      of East Bradford.
      1858 March 2 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #13623
      Marriage By the Rev. Wm. E. Moore, on the 18th ult., Mr.
      CHARLES RUE, of Parkesburg, to Miss JANE E. DICKINSON, of East
      Bradford.

Christianna Dickinson _
   mm 1866 Jul 26 Carlton Kenney _
   n. 1866 August 7 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #20637
      Marriage July 26th, by Rev. Wm. E. Moore, Mr. CARLTON KENNEY,
      to Miss CHRISTIANNA DICKINSON, both of East Bradford.
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Morris Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca
   bf 1813
   df 1840 Apr 18 at 27
      1840 May 5 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #4791
      Death Notice In Unionville, on the 18th ult., REBECCA
      DICKINSON, wife of Morris Dickinson, in the 27th year of her
      age.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ann _ _
   bf 1814
   df 1849 Feb 02 at 35
      1849 May 8 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #7609
      Death Notice At her residence, in Lower Oxford, Chester
      county, on the 2d of February last, MARY ANN DICKINSON, wife
      of Morris Dickinson, formerly of Unionville, in the 35th year
      of her age.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   df 1868 ___ __ at 45Y
   n. 1868 September 5 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #22664
      Death Notice DICKINSON - At Upland, in West Marlborough, ELIZA
      DICKINSON, wife of Morris Dickinson, aged about 45 years.
 with Mary Ann
   Mary Ann _
   b1848
 with Elizabeth
   Edward E R _   Emmette _
   b186308        b185601

Mary Ann Dickinson _
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Morris Dickinson _ et ux Mary
   df 1863 Nov 26
      1864 January 12 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #18319
      Death Notice On the 26th of 11th mo., at Orange Green Boarding
      School, Kennett Square, MARY ANN, daughter of Morris and Mary
      Ann Dickinson, in the 15th year of her age...Her gentle and
      affectionate nature won for her many friends in the family and
      in the school, with which she was connected, who prompted by
      affection for her, did all they could to minister to her
      comfort and aid her recovery; but all their efforts, the skill
      of the physician and the anguish of sorrowing relatives were
      alike unavailing...

Edward E. R. Dickinson _
   bm 1863 Aug __ to Morris Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
   dm 1864 Jan 31
      1864 February 9 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #18403
      Death Notice In Wilmington, Delaware, of membrane croup, on
      the 31st day of 1st mo., 1864, EDWARD E.R., son of Morris and
      Elizabeth Dickinson, aged 5 months; being the third child
      within three and a half months.

Emmette Dickinson _
   bf 1856 Jan __ to Morris Dickinson _ et ux Elizabeth
   df 1857 May 19 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #13037
      Death Notice At Hayesville, Chester county, EMMETTE, daughter
      of Maris and Elizabeth Dickinson, on the 7th of [?] month, of
      scarlet fever, aged 16 months and 20 days.

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Kate J. Dickinson _
   mm 1866 Feb 15 Joseph R. Akins _
      1866 February 27 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #20236
      Marriage On Thursday, the 15th inst., by Rev. G. Sleeper, Mr.
      JOSEPH R. AKINS, to Miss KATE J. DICKINSON, all of Chester
      county.

Kate Dickinson _
   mm 1868 Nov 25 Andrew Legget
      1868 December 8 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #22897
      Marriage LEGGET - DICKINSON - On the 25th ult., by the Rev.
      J.W. Griffith, Mr. ANDREW LEGGET. to Miss KATE DICKINSON, both
      of East Nantmeal township, Chester county.
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H. S. Dickinson _
   bm
   n. 1867 February 5 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #21210
      Marriage In West Chester, January 16, 1867, by Rev. H.S.
      Dickinson, Mr. J.F. BISHOP, of Edgmont, Delaware County, to
      Miss PHILENA PRIEST, of East Goshen.

Mary R. Dickinson _
   mm 1870 Feb 15 Joseph Hughes _
      1870 March 1 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #24193
      Marriage HUGHES - DICKINSON - On 15th of February, by Rev.
      James Trickett, south Walnut street, West Chester, Mr. JOSEPH
      HUGHES, to Miss MARY R. DICKINSON, all of West Goshen.

Sallie E. Dickinson _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jos. Dickinson
   mm 1870 Oct 06 Gideon DuBois _
      1870 October 11 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #24840
      Marriage DUBOIS - DICKINSON - On Thursday, October 6th, 1870,
      at the residence of the brideparents, by Rev. Jos. S.
      Evans, Mr. GIDEON DUBOIS, of Trenton, New Jersey, to Miss
      SALLIE E. DICKINSON, daughter of Jos. Dickinson, of West
      Goshen, Chester county.
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_ Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel
   dm
      1868 February 18 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #22211
      Marriage BURTON - DICKINSON - On January 30th, by the Rev.
      J.J. Pomeroy, Mr. JAMES F. BURTON, to Mrs. RACHEL DICKINSON,
      both of Chester county, Pa.

Alexander G. Dickinson _
   mf 1870 Nov 03 Catherine Boyer _
      1870 November 22 VILLAGE RECORD ITEM #24986
      Marriage DICKINSON - BOYER - On November 3d, in Wallace,
      Chester county, Pa., by Rev. A. Nelson Hollifield, Mr.
      ALEXANDER G. DICKINSON, of Wallace to Miss CATHERINE BOYER, of
      Honeybrook.
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W. George Dickerson
   bm~1802 ___ __ VA
   n. My Dickerson problem is with  a W. George Dickerson b "Sarana Co.VA"
       (according to his statement on a court record, Nelson Co. Ky 1874 ( no
       such county of course) there is Urbana, Fluvannia Co., post office name
       Serena in Stafford in 1850s, the Indian name for Shanandoah was Sherando
       etc.. I can go on and on.. i am unable to get George back to VA which the
       1850-80 census give as his state of birth.  I can find no clue in Nelson
       Co. Ky as to who his father could be.
   mf 1829 ___ __ Penelope Eleanor Anderson _ Nelson Co. Ky,
   bf ____ ___ __ (dau of Benedict Anderson found in Montgomery Co.  Md 1790 and
       1800 and in Nelson Co. Ky by 1804.)
   n. Children: Benedict Alexander Dickerson, John Dickerson (my g grandfather)
       (descend from a second marriage.), Eleanor Dickerson, Sarah Dickerson.
   n. I can put together George's life from 1829 to 1880 (lived in Nelson Co.,
       KY) but I cannot find the place of his birth or death. He m 2nd a
       Catholic, he had been a deacon in the Ceder Creek Baptist church in the
       1850s, then lived with his son John (after the death of his 1st wife in
       1856)  whose family were Luthern..And..he m 2nd a Catholic in 1872. So we
       just figure the family disowned him.  who knows. The tombstone of his 1st
       wife is still standing, etc.  Mary Ann

_ Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Phoebe
   n. wf 1808 Jun 24 PA_PCWA B3 N106 P252 Abstracts P4019
      Hester Ann Miller of Phila. Co., widow  Legacy to Hester Ann Dick, dau.
      of sister Mary Dick - Remainder of furniture to be sold, money placed at
      interest and used for support & education of sd Hester Ann Dick, when she
      arrives at twenty one years or gets married, all residue to be divided
      amongst the following, sd. Hester Ann Dick, Richard B. Thomas son of
      sister Elizabeth Thomas, Wm. Thomas Palmer, son of brother William, dec'd,
      Elizabeth Palmer dau of Richard Palmer, Phoebe Jones Palmer dau. of John
      Jones Palmer and Francis Dickinson son of Phoebe Dickinson, if sd Hester
      Ann Dick departs this life in her minority without issue, here share to
      her, sd Hester Ann Dick's sisters.
      Executor: brother Richard Palmer and friend James Engle.
      Signed: 1808 Jun 24
      Proved: 1810 Sep 24
      Witness: Justinian Fox, Heronimus Warner, Robt. Whitehead, Benjamin
      Brown. W. - James Engle renounced.

   n. Isabellla Hancock had a sister, Pentecost Dixon who had a daughter Hester
      in Yorkshire - Fenwick P65.

   n. From bingham\@jnlk.com 2000 Jan 20 21:46:16 Thu
      > > Van Hoesen, Walter H. Early Taverns and Stagecoach Days in New Jersey.
      > > Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickenson UP, 1976.
      In Salem Town: "Thomas Rice applied for a license to keep an 'Antient
      House' in 1747. In the absence of a named location, I conjecture that it
      was the same place kept by the widow Jones....Rice appears to have
      continued until 1755, when others succeeded, until finally John
      Dickinson took over in 1761 and continued until his death in 1777. Over
      the years the place came to be known as Dickinson's Tavern and was a
      prominent coach stop" (85).
      Fairleigh Dickinson Sr. was a partner with Henry (?) Becton Sr. in the
      manufacture of medical supplies, Becton Dickinson Co., in East Rutherford
      NJ.  During WW I, Mr. Dickinson got the title, probably honorary, of
      Colonel for his philanthropic work related to meeting the medical needs of
      the armed forces.  He was one of the first persons contacted by the
      founding president, Dr. Peter Sammartino, when the idea of a junior
      college surfaced in 1941, just before Pearl Harbor.  They decided to move
      forward with the plans for a junior college and Fairleigh Dickinson Sr.
      provided financial backing for this effort.  (My recollection is that his
      gift was in the neighborhood of $25,000, which seems a pittance today.)
      Part of the time I was at FDU (1970-1987) Fairleigh Dickinson Jr. served
      as chairman of the board of the university and Henry Becton Jr. was an
      active member of this board.  Both families have provided significant
      financial support throughout the years.  Of course the Becton Dickinson
      Co. is still a major player in the medical supply field and has a new
      headquarters in Franklin Lakes, NJ and manufacturing enterprises all over
      the world.  As a kid I can remember the thermometer that my mother stuck
      in my mouth had a B-D logo on it.  As you probably know, the junior
      college became a college, then a university and at one time had four
      campuses in NJ and two overseas campuses, one in England and one in the
      Virgin Islands.  From: SJBandHSB\@aol.com

John Dickinson _
   n. Officers of the Province of Pennsylvania 1681-1778 PA 2nd? V? P683,687
      1702 Aug 16 Speakers of the Assembly of the Three Lower Counties on
      Delaware.

Ann Dickinson _
   mm 1790 Nov 02 Charles Williams  _ PA_SM&ZCR

Levan Dickinson _
   mm 1797 Jan 12 Elizabeth Graaff _ PA_SM&ZCR

Benjamin Dickison _
   mm 1766 Dec 07 Sophia Loescher _, she a widow, PA_SM&ZCR.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 09  Smith Dickinson of Salem, NJ. - Jean Royal's line


Smith Dickinson 70
   bm 1779 ___ __
   mf 1825 Feb 03 Elizabeth Richardson 70 NJ_SCMR BB
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P367 L4.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper_Alloways_Creek Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Smith Dickinson          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Smith)__________________ 20-29MW
 (Elizabeth)______________ 20-29FW
 (Jacob)__________________ 00-04MW
 (Sarah)__________________ 00-04FW
 with Elizabeth (nee Richardson 70) Dickinson
   Sarah 71       Jacob 71       Hannah 71      Charles H 71   Smith 71
   b18260203      b18290121      b18320211      b18330930      b18380817

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Sarah Dickinson 71
   bf 1826 Feb 03 to Smith Dickinson 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Richardson 70)
      Dickinson

Jacob Dickinson 71
   bm 1829 Jan 21 to Smith Dickinson 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Richardson 70)
      Dickinson
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P224  L5   65/68.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Cohansey Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jeremiah Stall             59M Farmer                50000NJ
 Bersheba  "                58F                            NJ
 Rachel Watson              20F                            NJ
 David Randolph             43M Farm Hand                  NJ
 Jacob Dickinson            20M  "     "                   NJ
 Caroline Watson            13F                            NJ       S
 Ellis Reeves               11M                            NJ       S

Hannah Dickinson 71
   bf 1832 Feb 11 to Smith Dickinson 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Richardson 70)
      Dickinson

Charles H. Dickinson 71
   bm 1833 Sep 30 to Smith Dickinson 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Richardson 70)
      Dickinson

Smith Dickinson 71
   bm 1838 Aug 17 to Smith Dickinson 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Richardson 70)
      Dickinson in NJ
   mf 1860 Aug 18 Mary Ann Simkins 71 NJ_GCHS Friesburg Luth. Church.
   bf 1840 Jul 10
   dm 1907 Feb 28 in NJ
   df 1909 Jul 01
 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71) Dickinson
   Jenny 72       Lidie 72       Lilly L 72     Louise 72      Sarah E 72
   b              b1875          b              b              b18631012
   Mary A 72
   b1867

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Jenny Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Smith Dickinson 71 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Beckett 72
 with _ Beckett 72
   Rose 73

Lidie Dickinson 72
   bf 1875 ___ __ to Smith Dickinson 71 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ Furman Mulford 72
   df 1946 Dec 04
 with Furman Mulford 72
   Anna Mary 73   William 73     Millicent 73   Furman 73

Lilly L. Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Smith Dickinson 71 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ LeRoy Risley 72
 with
   Roy 73         James 73       Frank 73       Ella 73
                  b1893

Louise Dickinson 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Smith Dickinson 71 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71)
      Dickinson
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Fisher 72

Sarah Elizabeth Dickinson 72
   bf 1863 Oct 12 to Smith Dickinson 71 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71)
      Dickinson in Mullica Hills, NJ
   mm 1880 May 06 Aaron Mony Riel 72 in Cohansey, Cumberland Co., NJ
   bm ____ ___ __ to Aaron Riel 71 et ux Maria (nee Hecter 71) Riel
   n. subsequent generations of this family go by Royal = Riel.
   df 1945 Sep 03 at Wading River, NJ
 with Aaron Mony Riel 72
   Eli S 73       Paul D 73      Frank J 73     Silas I 73     Maurice Y 73
   b18810409      b18821024      b18830829      b18870925      b18891006
   Mary Ann 73    Maria R 73     Lillian 73     Harriet 73     J Radcliffe 73
   b18911120      b18940810      b18960622      b19010617      b19070312

Mary Ann Dickinson 72
   bf 1867 ___ __ to Smith Dickinson 71 with Mary Ann (nee Simpkins 71)
      Dickinson at Eldredge Hill, Salem Co., NJ
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Bamford 72
   dm 1894
   mm 1900 ___ __ _ Smick 72
   dm 1903
   df 1959 Sep 01 at Pleasantville, NJ
 with _ Bamford 72
   Marguerite 73  Ingomar 73     ? 73
   b1890
 with _ Smick 72
   Sara Royal 73  Marryett 73    Steward L 73
   b1900          b              b1902
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   n. From jroyal@gateway.net 1999 Apr  4 21:19:23 Sun
      Dear Ron,
      I have included the rest of the Dickinsons before my Smith.  Generation 4
      William is the person I think is Smith's father.  Let me know what you
      think.  Jean

      Generation No. 3
      6.  JOHN3 DICKINSON (WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1718 in New Jersey, and died
      August 03, 1779 in New Jersey.  He married (1) MARY 1739.  She died Bef.
      1767.  He married (2) MARTHA WALLACE September 03, 1767.

      Children of JOHN DICKINSON and MARY are:
       i. MARY4 DICKINSON.
      9. ii. WILLIAM DICKINSON, b. 1740; d. Abt. 1795.
      10. iii. THOMAS DICKINSON, b. 1742; d. 1792.
      11. iv. DAVID DICKINSON, b. 1746.
      12. v. JOHN DICKINSON, b. October 11, 1758; d. September 16, 1834, Cape May,
      New Jersey.

      7.  JAMES3 DICKINSON (WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born December 05, 1732, and died
      December 09, 1816.  He married ANNE KELLY March 31, 1766 in Penn's Neck, New
      Jersey, daughter of THOMAS KELLY and HANNAH.  She was born November 17,
      1749, and died January 23, 1808 in Pittsgrove, New Jersey.

      Child of JAMES DICKINSON and ANNE KELLY is:
      13. i. THOMAS4 DICKINSON, b. February 11, 1767, New Jersey; d. April 01,
      1848.

      8.  GEORGE3 DICKINSON (GEORGE2, JOHN1)  He married (1) ? Bef. 1761.    He
      married (2) ELIZABETH MCCALLISTER October 27, 1762.    He married (3)
      MARGARET SMITH November 14, 1769.

      Child of GEORGE DICKINSON and MARGARET SMITH is:
       i. MARY4 DICKINSON, b. Abt. 1770; m. MARK DICKINSON, June 16, 1788; d.
      1807.


      Generation No. 4

      9. WILLIAM4 DICKINSON (JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1740, and died Abt.
      1795.  He married HANNAH SMITH, daughter of RICHARD SMITH and MARY.  She was
      born 1744, and died 1797.

      Children of WILLIAM DICKINSON and HANNAH SMITH are:
       i. MARY5 DICKINSON, b. 1765.
       ii. JOHN DICKINSON, b. 1768.
      14. iii. SAMUEL DICKINSON, b. 1771.
       iv. DAVID DICKINSON, b. 1773.
       v. SMITH DICKINSON, b. 1776.
      15. vi. SMITH DICKINSON, b. 1779.
       vii. HANNAH DICKINSON, b. 1782; m. HENRY COZENS.

      10.  THOMAS4 DICKINSON (JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1742, and died
      1792.  He married HANNAH HUDSON October 19, 1773.  She was born Abt. 1753.

      Children of THOMAS DICKINSON and HANNAH HUDSON are:
       i. JONATHAN5 DICKINSON, b. February 13, 1775; d. July 05, 1846; m. HANNAH
      CHEESEMAN.
      16. ii. JUDIDAH DICKINSON, b. May 05, 1776; d. 1833.
       iii. MARY DICKINSON, b. 1778.
       iv. JOHN DICKINSON, b. 1779; d. 1822.
      17. v. WILLIAM DICKINSON, b. September 21, 1781; d. December 02, 1822.
      18. vi. SAMUEL DICKINSON, b. 1783; d. 1849.
       vii. MARY DICKINSON, b. 1786.

      11.  DAVID4 DICKINSON (JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1746.  He married
      (1) KEZIAH BRICK, daughter of WILLIAM JR. and RACHEL DARE.  She was born
      Abt. 1769.  He married (2) MARY WALLACE April 11, 1776.

      Children of DAVID DICKINSON and KEZIAH BRICK are:
       i. HANNAH5 DICKINSON, b. 1798; m. DAVID JOHNSON, 1815.
      19. ii. RACHEL DICKINSON, b. 1801; d. April 05, 1887.
       iii. REBECCA DICKINSON.

      Child of DAVID DICKINSON and MARY WALLACE is:
       iv. DAVID5 DICKINSON, b. 1777; d. 1801.

      12.  JOHN4 DICKINSON (JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born October 11, 1758, and
      died September 16, 1834 in Cape May, New Jersey.  He married MARY POWERS
      October 1781 in Penns Neck, Salem County, NJ.  She was born September 15,
      1762.

      Children of JOHN DICKINSON and MARY POWERS are:
       i. HANNAH5 DICKINSON, b. February 10, 177/78.
       ii. SUSANNAH DICKINSON, b. 179.
       iii. WADE DICKINSON, b. 179.
       iv. ELIZABETH DICKINSON, b. June 02, 179.
       v. SARAH DICKINSON, b. March 05, 1783.
       vi. MARY DICKINSON, b. November 25, 1785.
       vii. JOHN DICKINSON, b. 1794; m. ELIZABETH.
      20. viii. NATHANIEL DICKINSON, b. June 03, 1803.

      13.  THOMAS4 DICKINSON (JAMES3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born February 11, 1767
      in New Jersey, and died April 01, 1848.  He married MARGARET GREEN April 13,
      1797 in Salem, New Jersey, daughter of CHARLES GREEN and SARAH SKEER.  She
      was born April 10, 1767, and died May 20, 1825.

      Children of THOMAS DICKINSON and MARGARET GREEN are:
       i. SAMUEL5 DICKINSON, b. December 12, 1797; d. December 18, 1797.
       ii. JAMES DICKINSON, b. November 07, 1798; d. December 16, 1798.
      21. iii. THOMAS DICKINSON, b. August 20, 1801; d. June 16, 1892.
       iv. JOSHUA DICKINSON, b. January 25, 1807; d. January 29, 1807.
       v. SARAH DICKINSON, b. January 25, 1807; d. January 29, 1807.


      Generation No. 5

      14.  SAMUEL5 DICKINSON (WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1771.  He
      married SARAH DUBOIS November 08, 1796, daughter of LOUIS DUBOISE and
      REBECCA CRAIG.  She was born 1779, and died 1850.

      Children of SAMUEL DICKINSON and SARAH DUBOIS are:
       i. ELIZABETH6 DICKINSON, b. December 03, 1805.
       ii. HOPE DICKINSON, b. March 09, 1808; m. JOHN C. RICHMAN, January 04,
      1836.

      15.  SMITH5 DICKINSON (WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1779.  He
      married ELIZABETH RICHARDSON February 03, 1826.

      Children of SMITH DICKINSON and ELIZABETH RICHARDSON are:
       i. SARAH6 DICKINSON, b. February 03, 1826.
       ii. JACOB DICKINSON, b. January 21, 1829.
       iii. HANNAH DICKINSON, b. February 11, 1832.
       iv. CHARLES H DICKINSON, b. September 30, 1833.
       v. SMITH DICKINSON, b. August 17, 1838, New Jersey; d. February 28, 1907,
      New Jersey; m. MARY ANN SIMKINS, August 18, 1860; b. July 10, 1840; d. July
      01, 1909.

      16.  JUDIDAH5 DICKINSON (THOMAS4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born May 05,
      1776, and died 1833.  She married JOSIAH KIRBY.

      Children of JUDIDAH DICKINSON and JOSIAH KIRBY are:
       i. ALLEN6 KIRBY.
       ii. DAVID KIRBY.
       iii. ELISHA KIRBY.

      17.  WILLIAM5 DICKINSON (THOMAS4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born September
      21, 1781, and died December 02, 1822.  He married MARY HALL, daughter of
      WILLIAM HALL.

      Children of WILLIAM DICKINSON and MARY HALL are:
       i. CHARLES6 DICKINSON.
       ii. HANNAH DICKINSON.
       iii. ACHSAH DICKINSON, m. ALLEN WALLACE.

      18.  SAMUEL5 DICKINSON (THOMAS4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1783, and
      died 1849.  He married SARAH PANCOAST April 30, 1812.  She was born 1786,
      and died 1834.

      Children of SAMUEL DICKINSON and SARAH PANCOAST are:
       i. DR THOMAS P.6 DICKINSON, b. February 20, 1813; d. 1882; m. JOANNA MOORE
      HILDRETH, November 30, 1841; b. 1825; d. 1895.
       ii. SAMUEL DICKINSON, b. 1814; d. 1843.
       iii. SARAH DICKINSON, b. 1816.
       iv. MARY DICKINSON, b. 1818.
       v. WILLIAM DICKINSON, b. 1820; d. 1829.

      19.  RACHEL5 DICKINSON (DAVID4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born 1801, and
      died April 05, 1887.  She married RICHARD FISHER January 15, 1818.

      Child of RACHEL DICKINSON and RICHARD FISHER is:
       i. SAMUEL6 FISHER, b. July 12, 1836; d. September 20, 1912.

      20.  NATHANIEL5 DICKINSON (JOHN4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born June 03,
      1803.  He married MARTHA ELLIOTT January 07, 1838.  She was born March 25,
      1816, and died December 19, 1891.

      Child of NATHANIEL DICKINSON and MARTHA ELLIOTT is:
       i. MARTHA ANN6 DICKINSON, b. October 15, 1841; m. CHARLES STEPHENS,
      February 12, 1868.

      21.  THOMAS5 DICKINSON (THOMAS4, JAMES3, WILLIAM2, JOHN1) was born August
      20, 1801, and died June 16, 1892.  He married MARGARET DICKINSON May 15,
      1821 in Salem County, New Jersey.

      Children of THOMAS DICKINSON and MARGARET DICKINSON are:
       i. JOSHA6 DICKINSON, b. September 06, 1821.
       ii. EDWARD DICKINSON, b. July 17, 1824; d. December 21, 1907; m. REBECCA
      SUMERHILL.
       iii. THOMAS DICKINSON, b. July 14, 1830; d. August 04, 1832.
       iv. MARY DICKINSON, b. April 18, 1827; d. September 29, 1882.
       v. CHARLES DICKINSON, b. May 05, 1833.
       vi. THOMAS KELLEY DICKINSON, b. June 26, 1836.

      From jroyal@gateway.net 1999 Apr 4 21:22:26, Sun
      This is the letter I told you about.  He says that William can't be my
      Smith's father.
      Jean
      have been trying to sort out the first several generations of Dickinsons
      without complete success.  John Dickinson who married Anna Adams probably
      had the following children: John, Jr; Fenwick; Joseph; George;
      William (1696-1764); Mary; and Jonathan. I descend from Jonathan.  William
      listed in his will of 27 April 1763, sons William, James and John. The
      will gave to son William "130 acres of the northeast end of my land where
      I live, that joins Jacob Davis and the land formerly belonging to Thomas
      Stonebanks."  Some accounts cite this William as one who married Mary and
      died in 1812, but I think that is wrong.

      Now lets take your ancestor, William Dickinson 1740-1795/7, who married
      Hannah Smith and whose children were Mary 1765-; John 1768-; Samuel 1771-;
      David, 1773-1801; Smith 1776-; Smith 1779-1804; and Hannah, 1782- who
      married Henry S Cozens. This list is from the 1928/9 worksheets of Charles
      Sheppard.  He says this William is the son of John Dickinson.  The first
      Smith presumably died in infancy and his name was given to the next son.
      Smith Dickinson wrote a will 29 Sep 1804, proved 6 October 1804, giving
      his personal property and real estate to his sister, Hannh Cozens.

       In 1797, David Dickinson petitioned the Surrogates Court for the division
      of land of his deceased father, William, who died intestate.  On 2 September
      1801, the late David Dickinson's land was divided among his heirs and two of
      them, Mary and Rebecca got lots adjoining Jacob Davis.  This leads me to
      believe that David's brother, Smith Dickinson was in the line: John,
      William 1696-1764, William 1740-1795/7 who married Hannah Smith.

      Your Smith is obviously not the Smith who died in 1804, so it doesn't seem
      to me that he could be the son of William and Hannah Smith Dickinson--maybe
      a grandson?  It doesn't seem that he could be the son of the earlier Smith
      because if he had a son who would have provided for him in his will.  Hannah
      Smith in her will mentioned only David, Smith and Hannah.  Either she was a
      second wife and Mary, John and Samuel, referred to above, were William's
      children by an earlier wife, or they were dead, or Sheppard erred in saying
      they were William's children.  Assuming they were Hannah's children and dead
      by the time she wrote her will 28 March 1796, one of them could have been
      the father of your Smith.  There were a lot of Smiths around and another
      could have married a Dickinson, giving birth to another Smith Dickinson. I
      don't have any information about a Smith Dickinson's marriage to Elizabeth
      Dickinson or who she was.  Could you give me any further information or
      sources on that.  Also their children.
      --

LINKAGE END 09  Smith Dickinson - Jean Royal's line

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LINKAGE BEGIN 10 Thomas Dickinson


Thomas Dickinson 15
   bm GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 15
   n. 1642 New Haven, subsequently in Fairfield.
   dm~1658 ___ __ in Fairfield.
      1658 Sep 11 inventory, leaving Thomas, 3 daughters and widow Mary.
 with Mary
   Thomas 16      D 16           D 16           D 16
   b              b              b              b

Thomas Dickinson 16
   bm<1658 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Mary. GDFSNE.
   n. Lived in Stratford.
   dm 1700 early part of the year.
      1700 Feb 14 inventory leavind widow Lydia and ch.
 with Lydia
   Thomas 17      Elizabeth 17   Daniel 17      Nathaniel 17   Sybel 17
   b              b              b              b              b

D Dickinson 16
   bm<1658 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Mary. GDFSNE.

D Dickinson 16
   bm<1658 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Mary. GDFSNE.

D Dickinson 16
   bm<1658 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15 et ux Mary. GDFSNE.

LINKAGE END 10 Thomas Dickinson

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LINKAGE BEGIN 11 Thomas Dickinson

Thomas Dickinson 15
   n. 1643 Rowley
   dm 1662 leaving James and four daughters.
 with
   James 16       D 16           D 16           D 16           D 16
   <1662          <1662          <1662          <1662          <1662

James Dickinson 16
   bm<1662 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15
   n. 1684 freeman, Lived in Rowley.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca _ 16
James Dickinson 16
 with Rebecca
   Thomas 17      John 17        James 17       Samuel 17      Ivory 17
   b1666          b1672          b1678          b1681          b1684
   D 17           D 17           D 17           D 17
   b              b              b              b

D Dickinson 16
   bf<1662 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15

D Dickinson 16
   bf<1662 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15

D Dickinson 16
   bf<1662 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15

D Dickinson 16
   bf<1662 ___ __ to Thomas Dickinson 15

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Thomas Dickinson 17
   bm 1666 ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

John Dickinson 17
   bm 1672 ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

James Dickinson 17
   bm 1678 ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

Samuel Dickinson 17
   bm 1681 ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

Ivory Dickinson 17
   b. 1684 ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

D Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

D Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

D Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE

D Dickinson 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Dickinson 16 et ux Rebecca.  GDFSNE




LINKAGE END 11 Thomas Dickinson

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LINKAGE BEGIN 12  Philemon Dickinson of Salem, MA.


Philemon Dickinson 15
   n. 1637 May 10 embarked on the Mary Ann from Yarmouth to Salem.  He came with
      Benjamin Cooper of Brampton, Co. Suffolk as a servant (perhaps deceptively
      to an arbitrary government).  He was a tanner.
   n. The name is Dickerson in N.Y.  Hon. Mahlon D., Senator of New Jersey is a
      descendant.
   ld 1639
   n. 1641 administrator of the church. 1641 Jun 02 freeman.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Payne 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Payne 14 of Salem.
   n. They removed to Southold, L.I.
   n. 1662 recorded as Connecticut freeman.
   wm 16__
      His will was presented in New York..
      1672 Oct 28 wife Mary appointed as administratrix.
 with Mary (nee Payne 15) Dickinson
   Mary 16        Thomas 16      Elizabeth 16   Peter 16
   b16420320      b16440310      b1646          b16480709


Mary Dickinson 16
   bf 1642 Mar 20 to Philemon Dickinson 15 et ux Mary (nee Payne 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Thomas Dickinson 16
   bm 1644 Mar 10 to Philemon Dickinson 15 et ux Mary (nee Payne 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

Elizabeth Dickinson 16
   bf 1646 ___ __ to Philemon Dickinson 15 et ux Mary (nee Payne 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1670 Jul __ Morgan Owen 16, perhaps.

Peter Dickinson 16
   bm 1648 Jul 09 to Philemon Dickinson 15 et ux Mary (nee Payne 15) Dickinson
      GDFSNE.

LINKAGE END 12  Philemon Dickinson

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LINKAGE BEGIN 13  John Dickinson

John Dickinson 15
   bm GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 15
   n. Lived in Salisbury.
   df 1647 Apr 16
   mf
   df 1679
   mf 1681 Apr 14 Alice Roper 15, perhaps widow of John Roper of Dedham.
   dm 1683 Dec 30
 with Mary  V2 P48
   Mary 16        John 16        Ann 16
   b16400312      b16421020      b

John Dickinson 16
   n. Lived in Salisbury. GDSFNE.
   mf 1671 May 17 Hannah Gough 16
   df 1679 DEc 15.

LINKAGE END 13  John Dickinson

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LINKAGE BEGIN 14 Jonathan Dickinson of Philadelphia

Jonathan Dickinson 10
   wm 1906 Dec 13 NJ, Atlantic Co. Wills    P361-6  #4020
      Be it Remembered that I, Jonathan Owen Dickinson of the City of
      Phildelphia, being of sound mind, memory and understanding, do make
      publish and declare this to be my last will and testament hereby revoking
      and making void all wills by me at any time heretofore made.
      First: I order my execuors hereinafter named to pay all my just debts and
      funeral expenses as soon as may be after my decease.
      Second: I give and bequeath unto my brother Charles Dickinson, the sum of
      Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars absolutely.
      Third: All the rest residue and remainder of my estate, real, personal and
      mixed, I give, devise and bequeath unto my sister,
      Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson Leedom, and unto my brother, Charles Dickinson,
      In Trust, to dispose of at public or private sale, whenever in their
      judgement shall be for the best interests of my estate and the proceeds to
      be invested in lawful securities, and the income derived therefrom with
      with the rents and income from my real estsate after payment of taxes,
      mortgage interests and all other proper charges to pay over as received
      unto my sister the said Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson Leedom and unto my
      brother, the said Charles Dickinson in equal parts, share and share alike,
      for and during the term of the natural life of each, the said income and
      rents so to be paid to them to be free from all liability for their and
      each of their debts dur or which they or each of them may contract and not
      to be liable to attachment by any creditor of theirs or each of theirs,
      in any manner, but to be paid o ver to them and each ogf them upon their
      receipts for the same.
      Fourth: Upon the death of the said Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson Leedom the net
      income payable to her out of the trust estate as provided in paragraph
      three of this my will shall be paid unto my niece, Hannah Marguerite
      Leedom, during her life, the trustees in the meanwhile to hold in trusts
      the principal upon the terms and conditions as provided in said paragraph
      three of this my will, Provided, however, that if the said Hannah
      Marguerite Leedom shall marry and have a child or children then and upon
      the expiration of the life interest of my said sistetr, Mrs. Elixabeth
      Dickinson Leedom, the said trustees shall transfer, set over and assign
      one-half my said residuary estate real, personal and mixed, so held in
      trust as aforesaid, unto the said Hannah Marguerite Leedom, free of all
      trusts absolutely.
      Fifth: In the event of the said Hannah Marguerite Leedom not marrying or
      being married and not having a child or children, then upon her death and
      after the
      1909 Oct 12 admitted to probate

Charles Dickinson 10
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Evans 10
 with
   George E 11
   b

Elizabeth Dickinson 10
   mm ____ ___ __ Ellwood P. Leedom 10
 with
   Hannah M 11
   b

George Evans Dickinson 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Dickinson 10 et ux Mary (nee Evans 10) Dickinson.


LINKAGE END 14 Jonathan Dickinson of Philadelphia

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LINKAGE BEGIN 50  John Dickerson - a line from Salem Co., NJ.
      Courtesy William Reed - personal communication.
      See note on Gen'l Philemon Dick[ie][nr]son Tomb.

   n. Dickerson Cemetery  (with Colescott, etc.) in eastern edge of Indiana (I
      think Franklin Co., but very near Union County which was formed from
      Franklin Co). Many from Salem Co., N.J. went there in the early 1800s
      (Newkirks, Roses, Updykes, etc).
      The Dickerson Cemetery was moved to the New Fairfield Cemetery during
      lake construction. The listing is very poor. I have looked in 3 different
      libraries, this is the only listing I can find. Bill Reed
      Dickerson Cemetery is known as Cemetery # 7 in the New Fairfield Cemetery.
         Ruth Colescott        Died   1877
         John Dickerson       Born    1812
         7 unmarked graves
         John Dickerson       No Dates
         John G. Dickerson   Died  1841
         Caroline Dickerson   Died  1839
         John F. Dickerson    Died   1882

LINKAGE END 50  John Dickerson - a line from Salem Co., NJ.



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           DICKSON sometimes from Dickinson, Dickerson.
           (see Vade Dickson for Wade Dickinson)



Clement Dickson _
   mf 1760 Jul 13 Sarah Moore _. NJ_GCMR/A P9.

Charles Dickson _
   mf 1830 Dec 03 Amelia Wright _. NJ_GCMR P72.

George Dickson _
   mf 1822 May 16 Deborah Braman _. NJ_GCMR P72.

George W. Dickson _
   mf 1872 Sep 21 Anna M. Banks _. NJ_GCMR P72.

Isaac Dickson _
   mf 1814 Jan 20 Rebecca _ _, both of Salem. NJ_GCMR P72.

Richard Dickson _
   mf 1808 Mar 05 Hannah West _. NJ_GCMR P72.

Ann Dickson _
   mm 1806 Oct 26 James Punnes _. NJ_GCMR P154.

Jane Dickson _
   mm 1754 Oct 09 John Campbell _. NJ_GCMR/A P6.

Kitty Dickson _
   mm 1809 Sep 24 George Thomas _, she a colored lady. NJ_GCMR P187.

Rachel Dickson _
   mm 1841 Mar 13 Joseph Madkiff _. NJ_GCMR P129.

Rachell Dickson _
   mm 1797 Oct 12 James Thomas _. NJ_GCMR P187.

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Ann Dixon _
   mm 1834 Sep 08 James Scull _. NJ_GCMR P164.

Catharine Dixon _
   mm 1843 May 20 William S. Rumford _. NJ_GCMR P162.

Maria Dixon _
   mm 1827 Jun 19 Archibald Lane _. NJ_GCMR P121.

Charles Dixon _
   mf 1872 Jun 03 Ann Debro Debbe.

Clement Dixon _
   mf 1824 Jul 26 Levinah Gorem _. NJ_GCMR P74.

George Dixon _
   mf 1877 Jul 07 Sarah Ann Ford _, he of New Freedom. NJ_GCMR P74.

Henry Dixon _
   mf 1826 Jul 15 Keziah Murrell _. NJ_GCMR P74.

John Dixon _
   mf 1820 Dec 28 Fanna Sterrick _. NJ_GCMR P74.

Joseph Dixson _
   mf 1819 Oct 02 Phebe Ann Perce _. NJ_GCMR P74.

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John Dickinson _
   bm 1728
   n. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/xtra/mort_cem_full.htm
      MORTIMER CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS
      Liberty Street off Main St., Middletown, CT
         Transcribed by Coralynn Brown
   dm 1811 Oct 3 age 83 yrs.
     Dickinson, Eunice, wife of John, died June 20, 1803, age 73 yrs.
     Dickinson, Moses Samuel, died May 2, 1792, age 21 yrs.
     Dickinson, Patty, died Jan 18, 1821, age 59 yrs.

Thomas Dickson _
   mf 1751 Dec 19 Hannah Stephens _. Hanover, NJ. Baptisms & marriages.

David Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   n. 1778 May 31 member of church at Hanover, Morris Co., NJ.
      also, Mary, wife of David Dickinson with * indicating widow.
   n. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/nj/hanover_nj_bapt-marr.htm
 with Mary  .  Children from Hanover, Morris Co., church records.
   ?              Rebecca _      Jonathan _     son _          Samuel _
   b17780624      b17780628      b17791219      b17810826      b17830518
   Sarah _
   b17871125

Silas Dickerson _
   mf 1795 May 21 Electa Beach _
   n. 1790 Jun 20 member of church at Hanover, Morris Co., NJ.

Rebecca Dickison _
   n. 1791 Jan 12 member of church at Hanover, Morris Co., NJ.

John Dickerson _
   n. 1795 Feb 12 (John?) Dickinson & Sylvesta Wade.
      1791 Jan 12 Sylvesta Wade, now widow of John Dickerson, church records at
      Hanover, Morris Co., NJ.


Nathaniel W. Dickerson _
   bm 1847
   zm 1867 Aug 18 at age 20, Walnut Grove.  NJ, Morris Co., Mendham Baptisms &
      Marriages.
   mf 1871 Dec 17 Martha J. Baird _.  Both of Rd. to Grove (Walnut Grove). His
      middle initial given as D. Clergyman: T. R. Stratton, NJ, Morris Co.,
      Mendham.
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Jonathan Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, 1 Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jonathan Dickerson      /01 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/10 00_____________

Nathan Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P49.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nathan Dickerson -N-    /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/70 00_____________

John Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P152.
      DE, New_Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Dickenson          /00 00 00 01 00/00 01 02 04 01/02 00_____________

Sarah Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P166.
      DE, New_Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Sarah Dickenson         /02 00 00 01 00/01 00 01 01 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Richard Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P266.
      DE, New_Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Richard Dickinson -N-   /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/10 00_____________

Edmond Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P313.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Edmond Dickerson        /01 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Edmond Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P313.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Edmond Dickerson        /03 00 00 01 00/00 00 02 00 00/00 01_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Jonathan Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P313.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jonathan Dickerson      /01 02 01 00 01/00 00 00 00 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Peter Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P313.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Peter Dickerson         /00 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/00 02_____________
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW

William Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P313.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Dickerson       /00 01 03 01 00/00 01 02 01 00/00 03_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW

Bridget Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Brigett Dickerson       /03 02 01 00 00/00 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M252 Index P     R13 P12 L12
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Bridget Dickerson        /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/

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Jacob Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jacob Dickerson         /00 00 00 01 00/02 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Dickerson          /00 00 01 00 00/01 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Jonathan Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jonathan Dickerson      /02 00 00 01 00/00 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Samuel Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Dickerson        /00 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW

Samuel Dickinson _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P43   R4 P332.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Dickerson, Ser.  /02 00 00 00 01/01 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

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Elisha Dickerson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P   R34 P479 L10.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elisha Dickerson         /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Ezekiel Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P   R34 P479 L20.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ezekiel Dickerson        /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW


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   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R52 P87B L26 67/67.
      DE, Kent Co., Milford Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 10, Henry Hudson, Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Dinah Burton               65FB                           DE        I
 Elizabeth Dickerson        36FB                           DE        I
 William Dickerson           4MB                           DE
 Sarah E. Dickerson          3FB                           DE

John Dickinson _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P14A 20  111/186.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 13, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Dickinson              34MTailor                     DE
 Injiben                     38F                           DE
 Sarah                       10F                           DE       S
 Vincent                      7F                           PA       S
 Susannah                     4F                           PA

_ Dickinson _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P193 L41  256/256
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep __, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Walter? Dickerson          26M Farmer                     DE, Suss
 Thomas Dickerson           8mM                               "

Peter Dickerson _
   bm 1821
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P192B,193A L41 256/256.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 19, _ Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Peter Dickerson            29M Farmer                     DE, Suss
 Jane     "                 24F                            DE, Suss
 Thomas Dickerson           8mM                            DE, Suss

Hester Dickinson _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P62A L1 921/921.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes & Rehoboth Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 22, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Hester Dickerson           46F                        1000DE,SussC
 Robert S. Fisher           20M Farmer                     DE,SussC
 Hiram      "               18M   "                        DE,SussC
 Margaret   "               16F                            DE,SussC
 Thomas     "                8F                            DE,SussC S

Hester Dickinson _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P62A L38 929/929.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes & Rehoboth Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 22, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Hester Dickerson           48F                        1000DE,SussC
 Isaac K9ng                 55M Farmer                     DE,SussC
 Henry K9ng                 54F                            DE,SussC
 John King                  19M                            DE,SussC
 Isaac King                 19M                            DE,SussC

William Dickerson _
   bm 1815
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Jane _
   bf 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P63B L1  944/944.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 25, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Dickerson          35M Farmer                 1000SussCoDE  I
 Sarah Jane  "              28F                              "       I
 Comfort Holland            70F                              "       I
 Joseph White                8MB                             "
 Mary Miller                77FB                             "       I
 Maria White                 6FB                             "

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Abner Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P163 L15.
      NJ, Essex Co., Livingston Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abner Dickinson          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Israel Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index No (Sarah instead)  R79 P163 L  .
      NJ, Essex Co., Livingston Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Israel Dickinson         /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Silvester Dickinson _
   bm
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P163 L22.
      NJ, Essex Co., Livingston Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Silvester Dickinson      /0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

Philemon Dickinson _
   bm 1788
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P196 L17.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Phillemon Dickinson      /0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 (Philemon)_______________ 40-49MW
 (wife)___________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 a________________________ 05-09MW
 b________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R251 P348 L21.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Phillemon Dickinson      /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Philemon)_______________ 50-59MW
 (wife)___________________ 40-49FW
 a________________________ 15-19MW
 b________________________ 15-19FW
   dm 1862

Baxter Dickinson _
   bm 1795 Apr 14 in MA, Amherst.
   n. 1817 graduated Yale College and 1821 from Andover Theological Seminart.
      1823-9 MA, Longmeadow, Congregational Church pastor.
      1829-35 NJ, Newark, Third Presbyterian Church pastor.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P264 L25.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Baxter Dickinson         /1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Richard Salter Storrs D) 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. 1839-47 MA, Auburn Seminary, Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral
      Theology and 1848 acting professor at Andover Seminary in the same chair.
      1850-9 MA, Boston Agent and Secretary of the American and Foreign
      Christian Union.
      1859-68 Illinois, Lake Forest resident.
   n. Wrote the "Auburn Declaration."
      1839 Moderator of the General Assembly at Philadelphia.
   n. Early American Presbyterians
   dm 1875 Dec 07.
 with
   Richard S _
   b1824

Richard Salter Storrs Dickinson _
   bm 1824 ___ __ to Baxter Dickinson _ et ux
   n. Reverend
   n. Early American Presbyterians
   dm 1856

Owen Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P284 L21.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Owen Dickinson           /0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Sildon Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P298 L17.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sildon Dickison          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

Thomas Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P317 L10.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Dickinson         /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Nancy Dickinson _
   bf 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P352 L5.
      NJ, Essex Co., Westfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nancy Dickinson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW

Philemon Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R79 P415 L3.  (Philemon, not William)
      NJ, Essex Co., Acquackanonk Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philemon Dickinson       /1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Carpenter Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R80 P278 L4.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Carpenter Dikenson       /0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW

George Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P294 L9.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Dickinson (Shomkr)/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (George)_________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P194 L7.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Dickison          /2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (George)_________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P293 L24.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Dickenson          /0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

George Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P293 L23.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitts Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Dickenson (Crpntr)/1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P294 L25.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Dickenson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

John Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P324 L5.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickenson           /0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW

William Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P339 L13.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Wm Dickenson             /0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

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John Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   mf 1797 Jan 25 Mary Elizabeth Richman _ in Salem Co., NJ
   bf ____ ___ __ to Harman Richman _ et ux Rachel (nee Miller _) Richman
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P343 L6.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /0 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 50-59MW
 (Mary Elizabeth)_________ 40-49FW
 (John J)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Hannah Ann)_____________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   dm 1851 Mar 09
   df
 with Mary Elizabeth (nee Richman _)
   Richman _      Sarah _        Maria _        John J _       Hannah Ann _
   b17990424      b18010802      b18040909      b18080620      b18110320

Richman Dickinson _
   bm 1799 Apr 24 to John Dickinson _ et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee Richman _)
      Dickinson.
   mf 1825 Feb 11 Mary VanMeter _ NJ_SCMR.
   bf
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P344 L13.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richman Dickenson        /2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Richman)________________ 30-39MW
 (Mary)___________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 b________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L10.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richmon Dickinson        /0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Richman)________________ 40-49MW
 (Mary)___________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 b________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
   dm 1865 Jan 19

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 1801 Aug 02
   df 1872 Apr 05

Maria Dickinson _
   bf 1804 Sep 09

John J. Dickinson _
   bm 1808 Jun 20

Hannah Ann Dickinson _
   bf 1811 Mar 20
   df 1864 Dec 14

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Jonathan Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P348 L21.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jonathan Dickenson       /1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Jonathan Dickenson)_____ 40-49MW
 (L)______________________ 20-29FW
 c________________________ 15-19FW
 d________________________ 10-14FW
 e________________________ 05-09FW
 f________________________ 05-09FW
 g________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L8.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jonathan Dickison        /0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 e________________________ 15-19FW
 f________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P73B L8   25/26.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, James B. Bacon, Sr., Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jonathan Dickenson         62M House Carpenter            NJ
 Luan? Dickenson            39F                            NJ
 Elizabeth N. Dickenson     18F                            NJ
 Hester A. Dickenson        13F                            NJ       S
 William W. Dickenson        7M                            NJ       S
 Harriet S. Dickenson        4F                            NJ

Jonathan Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L4.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jonathan Dickinson       /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Mary Dickinson _
   bf 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P349 L18.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mary Dickinson           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Spencer Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P349 L14.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Spencer Dickinson        /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Samuel Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R81 P350 L14.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sam'l Dickenson          /0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Mahlon Dickinson _
   bm 1770
   n. 1817-33 U. S. Senator.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P4 L12.
      NJ, Morris Co., Randolph Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jahlen Dickerson         /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 (Mahlon)_________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
   n. 1834-38 Secretary of the Navy.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P215 L7.
      NJ, Morris Co., Randolph Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mahlen Dickerson         /0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Mahlon)_________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. Some of his correspondence at NJHS.
   dm 1853

John Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P4 L11.
      NJ, Morris Co., Randolph Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-24FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Stephen Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P17 L26.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Stephen Dickerson        /0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Aaron Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P18 L6.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Aaron Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW

Daniel Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P18 L4.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Dickerson         /0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

William Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P18 L2.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Dickerson        /1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Stephen Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P31 L23.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Stephen Dickerson        /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Garret Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P39 L11.
      NJ, Morris Co., Pend Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Garret Dickerson         /2 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Abraham Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P55 L.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham R. Dickerson     /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Abraham)________________ 30-39MW
 a________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 b________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P182 L30.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Dickerson, Jr.   /0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Abraham)________________ 40-49MW
 a________________________ 40-49FW
 b________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Agnes Dickinson _
   bf 175_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P56 L15.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Agnas Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P56 L27.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Deikenson           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Peter Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P65 L26.
      NJ, Morris Co., Harris Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Dickerson          /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

James L. Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P93 L17.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James L. Dickerson       /2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P170 L8.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jes L. Dickerson         /0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P250 L23.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City, South Ward..
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James L. Dickerson       /0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW


John B. Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P93 L5.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John B. Dickerson        /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Joseph Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P93 L3.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Dickerson, Jr.    /2 3 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Stephen Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P93 L4.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Stephen Dickerson        /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Zenas Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P94 L10.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Zenas Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW

Philemon Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P106 L26.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philemons Dickerson      /0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Philemon Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P110 L26.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philemon Dickerson       /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P265 L26.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philemon Dickerson       /1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Caleb Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P111 L2.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb Dickerson          /0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

Peter Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P111 L1.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Dickerson          /0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P265 L27.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 with
   Peter _

Peter Dickinson _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Peter Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P242 L7.
      NJ, Morris Co., Morris Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Dickerson, Jr.     /0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 (Peter)__________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Alexander Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P125 L4.
      NJ, Morris Co., Pequanac Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Alexander Dickerson      /4 0 1 015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Joshua Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P126 L14.
      NJ, Morris Co., Pequanac Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joshua Dickerson         /1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

C. S. Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L19.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 C. S. Dickerson          /1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P237 L3.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 C. S. Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Caleb Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L1.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb Dickerson          /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Daniel Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L16.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Dickerson         /1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

David Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L11.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Dickerson          /0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Nathaniel Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L17.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathaniel Dickerson      /0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Nathaniel)______________ 30-39MW
 (wife)___________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 a________________________ 00-04FW
 b________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P274 L39.
      NJ, Morris Co., Mend Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathan^l Dickerson ______/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Nathaniel)______________ 40-49MW
 (wife)___________________ 30-39FW
 a________________________ 10-14FW
 b________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


Noadiah Dickinson _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L14.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Noadiah Dickerson        /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

_ Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Polly Dickinson _
   bf 178_
   dm
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L15.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Polly Dickerson, widow   /0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Simeon Dickinson _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L5.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Simeon Dickerson         /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW

Thomas Dickinson _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L18.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Dickerson, Esq.   /2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

William Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P149 L6.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Dickerson        /1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Jeremiah Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P150 L14.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jeremiah Dickerson       /1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Oliver Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P150 L13.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Oliver Dickerson         /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW

Walter S. Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P150 L16.
      NJ, Morris Co., Rosebury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Walter S. Dickerson      /0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Walter)_________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P151 L1.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Walter L. Dickerson      /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 (Walter)_________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Abraham Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P172 L9.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Dickerson        /0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Abraham)________________ 50-59MW
 a________________________ 50-59FW
 b________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P165 L  .
      NJ, Morris Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Dickerson _______/0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (Abraham)________________ 60-69MW
 a________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 b________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Elijah Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P172 L8.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elijah Dickerson         /0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P162 L28.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elijah Dickerson         /0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Joshua Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P172 L10.
      NJ, Morris Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joshua Dickerson         /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Joshua)_________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 a________________________ 10-14FW
 b________________________ 05-09FW
 c________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 d________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P164 L  .
      NJ, Morris Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joshua Dickerson         /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Joshua)_________________ 50-59MW
 a________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 b________________________ 15-19FW
 c________________________ 15-19FW
 d________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Philip H. Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P218 L2.
      NJ, Sussex Co., Newton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philip H. Dickerson      /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Isaac Dickinson _
   bm 1751 ___ __  age from 1840 census pension page.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P236 L  .
      NJ, Sussex Co., Stil Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P377 L12.  Pensioner age 89.
      NJ, Warren Co., Hardwick Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 with
   Isaac _

Aaron Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P319 L18.
      NJ, Sussex Co., Walp Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Aaron Dickerson          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Caleb Dickinson _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P402 L26.
      NJ, Warren Co., Independence Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P265 L  .
      NJ, Morris Co., Chatham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb Dickerson          /_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Isaac Dickinson _
   bm 181_ ___ __ to Isaac Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R82 P438 L6.
      NJ, Warren Co., Hardwick Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Dickinson          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P377 L11.
      NJ, Warren Co., Hardwick Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Dickerson, Jr.     /1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

James Dickinson _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R83 P462 L16.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Dickinson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Samuel Dickinson _
   bm 176_
   n. Grandson of Samuel D. Dickinson?
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R83 P469 L26.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Dickinson         /0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P63   R83 P469 L27.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mary Cadwallader         /0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

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John Dickinson _
   bm 1809 ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza _ _
   bf 1813
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R248 P326 L1.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R444 P360B L7 529/550.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Southampton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Dickenson             41M Laborer                 300NJ
 Eliza Dickenson            37F                            NJ
 Henry Dickenson            20M Laborer                    NJ       S
 William Dickenson           7M                            NJ       S

Diadema Dickinson _
   bf 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P153 L9.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Diadema Dickinson        /0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Ralph Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P169 L24.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.    200100  001010
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ralph Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Orrin Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P287 L27.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Orrin Dickinson          /0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Charles B. Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R250 P237 L8.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles B. Dickinson  *  /1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Philemon Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R251 P186 L18.
      NJ, Essex Co., Clinton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Phileman Dickerson       /0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Charles Dickinson _
   bm 181)
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R251 P333 L14.
      NJ, Essex Co., Caldwell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Dickinson        /0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

William P. Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R251 P358 L13.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William P. Dickinson     /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Abraham Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R251 P436 L14.
      NJ, Essex Co., Rahway Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Dickerson        /1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Moses Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R251 P455 L18.
      NJ, Essex Co., West Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Moses Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW

Daniel Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R252 P158 L27.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Camden Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Dickinson         /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Samuel Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R254 P42 L18.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Pinceton Twp.  100100  011100
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Dickerson         /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Anna Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R254 P81 L24.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Anna Dickinson           /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW

Philemon Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R254 P82 L12.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Trenton Twp.   003000 002000
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philemon Dickinson       /2 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R254 P97 L16.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickinson           /0 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

James Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R255 P180 L8.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Dickerson          /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

James Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R256 P134 L23.
      NJ, Middlesex Co., Monr Twp.  001000 000000
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

William Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R256 P143 L15.
      NJ, Middlesex Co., Monr Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Dickerson        /2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Daniel Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P151 L4.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Dickerson         /0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

Peter G. Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P151 L2.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter G. Dickerson       /1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Standiah Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P151 L  .
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Troedich? Dickerson      /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

Robert M. Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P152 L25.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert M. Dickerson      /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

William H. Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P157 L2.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William H. Dickerson     /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Caleb R. Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P160 L8.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb R. Dickerson       /0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

John B. Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P160 L5.
      NJ, Morris Co., Roxbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John B. Dickerson        /2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

_ Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Agnes _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P172 L18.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Agnes Dickerson Widow    /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89FW

Henry Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P172 L22.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Henry Dickerson          /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P172 L21.
      NJ, Morris Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW

Stephen Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P197 L9.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Stephen Dickerson        /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Eunice Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P204 L10.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.   001000 000000
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Eunice Dickerson         /0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P204 L13.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Mephes Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P204 L11.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mephes (David?) Dickerson/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Sarah Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P204 L12.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Dickerson          /0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Nathaniel Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P208 L29.
      NJ, Morris Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathaniel Dickerson      /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

Alexander Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P213 L1.
      NJ, Morris Co., Randolph Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Alexander Dickerson      /1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Alfred Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P214 L23.
      NJ, Morris Co., Randolph Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Alfred Dickerson         /0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Lewis Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P243 L  .
      NJ, Morris Co., Morris Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lewis Dickerson          /_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P301 L12.
      NJ, Morris Co., Pequanno Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Joseph Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P302 L7.
      NJ, Morris Co., Pequanno Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Dickerson         /1 1 2 1 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Isaac C. Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P308 L12.
      NJ, Morris Co., Pequanno Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac C. Dickerson       /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

Catherine Dickinson _
   bf 178_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P314 L24.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Catherine Dickerson      /0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

Mahlon M. Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R257 P319 L22.
      NJ, Morris Co., Jeff Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mahlan M. Dickerson      /1 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Philemon Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R258 P49 L3.
      NJ, Passaic Co., Patterson Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philemon Dickerson       /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

Charles Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P164 L17.
      NJ, Salem Co., Mann Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Dickinson        /0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Joseph Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P164 L19.
      NJ, Salem Co., Mann Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Dickinson         /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

Hiram Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P164 L21.
      NJ, Salem Co., Mann Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Hiram Dickson            /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Ralph Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P164 L22.   Index: Rolph
      NJ, Salem Co., Mann Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ralph Dickinson          /2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Andrew Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L18.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Andrew Dickison          /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L6.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickinson           /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Samuel Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L5.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Dickinson         /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Samuel Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L7.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Dickinson         /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Dickinson _
   bm 177_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P178 L9.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickinson           /1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Azariah Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P194 L5.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Azariah Dickison         /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   dm 1884 Mar 24
      1884 Mar 28, Friday. Obit: IL, DeWitt Co., Clinton Public
      Azariah Dickinson, father of Conductor Charles Dickinson, of the Illinois
      Central road, died at the residence of his son in this city, on Monday
      last, of typhoid-pneumonia. The old gentleman had only been sick for a few
      days. He was in his seventy-fourth year. The remains were taken to Amboy
      on Tuesday afternoon for interment. Mr. Dickinson feels profoundly
      grateful to the kind friends who assisted in paying the last sad rites to
      his aged father.
 with
   Charles _

George Dickinson _
   bm 178_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P194 L5.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Dickison          /0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

Sarah Dickinson _
   bf 176_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P194 L30.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pitt Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Dickison           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW

John Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P243 L13.
      NJ, Salem Co., Lower Penns Neck Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickison            /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

John Dickinson _
   bm 176_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R261 P243 L22.
      NJ, Salem Co., Lower Penns Neck Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickison            /0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

Samuel T. Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P300 L18.
      NJ, Warren Co., Oxford Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Dickinson         /1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Peter Dickinson _
   bm 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P302 L17.
      NJ, Warren Co., Oxford Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Dickinson          /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

David Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P349 L16.
      NJ, Warren Co., Independence Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Dickerson          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Benjamin Dickinson _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P350 L28.
      NJ, Warren Co., Independence Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Benjamin Dickerson       /0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

John Dickinson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P349 L  .   Did not find.
      NJ, Warren Co., Independence Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Dickerson           /_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Philip H. Dickinson _
   bm 179_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P41   R262 P355 L23.
      NJ, Warren Co., Independence Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Philip A. Dickerson      /2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

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Albanus Dickinson _
   bm 1815
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _ _
   bf 1819
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P260-261   R443 P90B L2    92/96.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Chester Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 01, Jos. H. Smith, Asst Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Albanus Dickinson          35M Farmer                 3000DE
 Margaret "                 31F                            PA
 William Wallace            13M                            PA       S
 Charles H. "                5M                            PA
 Lewis C. Levin Wallace      2M                            PA
 Martha Wallace             10F                            PA

Charles Dickerson _
   bm 1812
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P      R446 P283B L35 101/110.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stoe Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, J. Devereux, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Dickerson          38M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Harriet    "               35F                            NJ
 Mary E.  "                 11F                            NJ       S
 Charles B.  "               9M                            NJ       S
 William H.   "              7M                            NJ       S
 Jacob      "               1mF                            NJ
 George Danzenbaker         26M Laborer                    NJ
 Charles B. Clark?          16M    "                       NJ

Joseph B. Dickerson _
   bm 1820
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R449 P326A L10  260/275 attached.
      NJ, Essex Co., Clinton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 31, David Wade, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph B. Dickerson        30M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Mary J.    "               25F                            NJ

Silas Dickerson _
   bm 1818
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_   R448 P417B L21  19/31.
      New Jersey, Essex Co., Newark City, 5th Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep __, Charles Hyman, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Silas Dickerson            32MBLabourer                   NJ
 Mary Ann    "              16FB                           NJ
 Moercy? Hall               60FB                           NJ        I

John Dickerson _
   bm 1802  same parents as neighbor brother Samuel.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_   R454 P150B L24 252/264.
      New Jersey, Mercer Co., Lawrence Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 25, William Davis, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Dickerson             48M Farmer                20000PA
 Wry Dickerson              32F                            NJ
 John Dickerson             17M                            "
 Samuel D. Dickerson        12M                            "        S
 Edith Dickerson            11F                            "        S
 Lambert C. Dickerson       10M                            "        S
 Ann Dickerson               8F                            "        S


Samuel Dickerson _
   bm 1807  same parents as neighbor brother John.
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha _ _
   bf 1818
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_   R454 P150B L24 252/265.
      New Jersey, Mercer Co., Lawrence Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 25, William Davis, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks Samuel Dickerson           43M                        1000NJ
 Martha Dickerson           32F                            NY
 Mary D. Dickerrson          5F                            NJ
 W^m G. Dickerson            3M                            "
 Martin Dickerson           9mM                            "
 Catharin Conner            19F                            Ireland
 Judith Heath               25F                            "         I

Theophilus B. Dickinson _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R462 P161A L36 276/277.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 1?, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Theophilus B. Dickinson    30M Farmer                     NJ
 Hannah Dickinson           29F                            NJ
 John T. Dickinson           5M                            NJ
 Sarah B. Dickinson          3F                            NJ
 Mary S. Dickinson           2F                            NJ
 Rachel S. Dickinson        2mF                            NJ

_ Dickinson _
   mf ____ ___ __ Clarissa
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R462 P177A L10 28/28.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Penns Neck Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Course              66M Farmer                  600NJ
 Mary Course                65F                            NJ
 Susanna C. Dickinson       39F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Abbott           15F                            NJ
 Clarissa Dickinson         12F                            NJ       S
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   Clarissa _

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James Dickinson _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P312     R___ P231.
      PA, Philadelphia City., Middle Dist., Coombs alley.
 James Dickinson (Carpenter)________________________ 01 00 02 00 00
 ________________________16-$ MW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW


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      2. PA Gazette
         PA_BCHS_BR - PA, Bucks Co. Historical Society, Bible Records
         PA_PCWA - PA, Philadelphia County Wills - Abstracts, GSOP
         PA_HSP XR Norris Papers
      3. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/nj/hanover_nj_bapt-marr.htm
      4. H. Stanley Craig
         NJ_BuCMR  NJ, Burlington Co., Marriage Records
         NJ_GCMR   NJ, Gloucester Co., Marriage Records
         NJ_SCGDV1 - NJ, Salem County Genealogical Data, Volume 1
         NJ_SCGDV2 - NJ, Salem County Genealogical Data, Volume 2
         NJ_CuCMR - NJ, Cumberland County Marriage Records
         NJ_ACMR Atlantic Co. Marriage Records - compiled by H. Stanley Craig
           Atlantic Co. was set off from Gloucester County in 1837.
           DPL 929.37498 C 886A 1977
         RefM0
         New Jersey Marriage Records 1665-1800 - Nelson   FWPL GEN 974.9N

         RefM1
         Atlantic County Marriage Records - compiled by H. Stanley Craig
                                      DPL 929.37498 C 886A 1977
         Atlantic County was set off from Gloucester County in 1837.

         RefM2
         Burlington County Marriage Records - Craig   FWPL GEN 974.981C

         RefM3
         Cumberland County Marriage Records - Craig   FWPL GEN 974.981C
         County Clerk's Record - Book A
         County Clerk's Record - Book B

         RefM4
         Cape May County Marriage Records - Craig  FWPL GEN 974.998C
         RefM5
         Gloucester County Marriage Records - Craig   FWPL GEN 974.981C

   RefW0
   Index of Wills, Secretary of State, New Jersey - 2 volumes
   Vol. 1   1705 - 1804, Vol. 2   1804 - 1830     DPL R929l.102 G 226g
                                               FWPL GEN 974.9N

   RefW1
   New Jersey Index of Wills, 3 volumes         FWPL 971.9N, DPL
      John Dickinson         1153E                   Inv1835
      Susan                  1682E         W&Cod1874    1874

   RefW2
   Salem County Wills DPL R929.37499 C 886 S V.1 1804-1830, V.2 1831-1860

   RefW3
   Cumberland County Wills DPL R929.37499 C 886 G 1981

   RefW4
   Burlington County


   Library of Congress
   CS71.D553 1978a   Dickerson & Dickinson - desc. of Capt. Philemon Dickinson
                     of Southold, LI
   CS71.D553 1968    Desc. of Capt. John & Eliz'h H. Dickinson of Oyster Bay, LI
   CS71.D553 1970    The Dickinson Genealogy
   ND237.D46 D5      The Dickinson Family Heritage - paintings & drawings.
   Joseph Dickinson & Fam - good hist of Rollo  HSP Fa 929.2 D552d 1897

   Descendants of Thomas D. of Wethersfield, CT  HSP Fa 929.2 D552d 1897
      5. Biographical   South Jersey - P227,228
      6. Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey.
      7. Valerie Nixon Caulfield papers - personnel corresp.
         William -> Smith Dickinson ...  much from Jean Royal.
      8. Records of Trinity
         Marriages and Deaths, 1713-1796.
      9. Notes of Bennet S. Pancoast, Thomas Shourds "History of Salem Co."
         Mabel Turner with data by George Macaltioner, Fred S. Palmer 19761024.
      10. NYMM New York Monthly Meeting - Society of Friends
      11. "A History of the Counties of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland, NJ"
         Phila. 1883 Cushing & Sheppard.
      12. MD_HOTC - History of Talbot County, Maryland. V1 & V2.
         Oswald Tilghman.  Originally published: 1915 Easton, Re-published: 1967
         Regional Publishing Co. VA_FCPL VREF 975.232T.
      13.http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/xtra/mort_cem_full.htm
            MORTIMER CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS
            Liberty Street off Main St., Middletown, CT
                     Transcribed by Coralynn Brown
      14. GDFSNE
         A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before
         1692.   4 volumes.  By James Savage.
         Available in some libraries and on the Internet at:
         http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage
         John Dickson mentioned by this reference is not included here. 2003/11


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A. J. Dickinson _ P93                  A. M. P. V. H. Dickinson 72 P24       
Aaron Dickinson _ P123                 Aaron Dickinson _ P35                 
Abel Dickinson _ P34                   Abigail Dickinson 16 P39              
Abigail Dickinson 16 P45               Abigail Dickinson 16 P46              
Abigail Dickinson 17 P47               Abner Dickinson _ P121                
Abraham Dickinson _ P123               Abraham Fenwick Dickinson 68 P5       
Adam Dickinson 16 P46                  Agnes Dickinson _ P123                
Albanus Dickinson _ P123               Albert B. Dickinson _ P93             
Alexander Dickinson _ P123             Alexander G. Dickinson _ P101         
Alfred Dickinson _ P123                Alice Dickinson _ P64                 
Alice Mary Dickinson _ P79             Amy Dickinson 69 P10                  
Andrew Dickinson _ P123                Ann Dickinson 16 P42                  
Ann Dickinson 68 P4                    Ann Dickinson _ P102                  
Ann Dickinson _ P93                    Ann Dickson _ P114                    
Ann Dixon _ P115                       Anna Dickinson _ P123                 
Anna Dickinson _ P34                   Anna Dickinson _ P84                  
Anna Dickinson __ P35                  Anna M. Dickinson _ P94               
Anne Dickinson 73 P24                  Anne Dickinson _ P62                  
Arnell Dickinson __ P35                Azariah Dickerson _ P25               
Azariah Dickinson 15 P38               Azariah Dickinson 16 P40              
Azariah Dickinson 16 P42               Azariah Dickinson _ P123              
Baxter Dickinson _ P121                Benjamin Dickinson _ P123             
Benjamin Dickison _ P102               Brainard Dickinson _ P49              
Bridget Dickinson _ P117               C. S. Dickinson _ P123                
Cadwallader Dickinson _ P93            Caleb Dickinson _ P123                
Caleb R. Dickinson _ P123              Caroline Dickinson 72 P23             
Carpenter Dickinson _ P121             Carson Dickinson _ P77                
Catharine Dixon _ P115                 Catherine Dickinson _ P123            
Charles B. Dickinson _ P123            Charles C. Dickinson _ P25            
Charles D. Dickinson 71 P22            Charles Dickerson _ P123              
Charles Dickinson 04 P53               Charles Dickinson 06 P54              
Charles Dickinson 10 P112              Charles Dickinson 71 P17              
Charles Dickinson _ P123               Charles Dickinson _ P33               
Charles Dickinson _ P64                Charles Dickinson _ P93               
Charles Dickson _ P114                 Charles Dixon _ P115                  
Charles G. Dickinson _ P77             Charles H. Dickinson 71 P104          
Christianna Dickinson _ P97            Clarissa Dickinson _ P123             
Clement Dickson _ P114                 Clement Dixon _ P115                  
Cornelia S. Dickinson P24              D Dickinson 16 P107                   
D Dickinson 16 P108                    D Dickinson 17 P109                   
Daniel Dickenson P72                   Daniel Dickenson _ P72                
Daniel Dickinson 16 P43                Daniel Dickinson 16 P44               
Daniel Dickinson _ P123                David Dickeson _ P31                  
David Dickinson 69 P12                 David Dickinson _ P116                
David Dickinson _ P123                 David Dickinson _ P31                 
David Dickinson _ P52                  David Dickinson _ P77                 
Diadema Dickinson _ P123               Dickson Robert Dickinson _ P65        
Ebenezer Dickinson 16 P41              Ebenezer Dickinson 16 P42             
Ebenezer Dickinson 16 P45              Ebenezer Dickinson _ P92              
Edmond Dickinson _ P117                Edmund Dickinson _ P90                
Edward Dickinson 71 P17                Edward E. R. Dickinson _ P98          
Edward Hall Dickinson 71 P18           Eleanor Dickinson _ P78               
Elihu Dickinson 16 P41                 Elijah Dickinson _ P123               
Eliphalet Dickinson 16 P43             Elisha Dickerson _ P119               
Eliza Dickinson 71 P20                 Elizabeth Dickenson P73               
Elizabeth Dickinson 08 P29             Elizabeth Dickinson 10 P112           
Elizabeth Dickinson 16 P110            Elizabeth Dickinson 16 P39            
Elizabeth Dickinson 16 P41             Elizabeth Dickinson 16 P46            
Elizabeth Dickinson 17 P47             Elizabeth Dickinson 70 P15            
Elizabeth Dickinson 72 P23             Elizabeth Dickinson _ P51             
Elizabeth Dickinson _ P66              Elizabeth Dickinson _ P68             
Elizabeth Dickinson _ P69              Elizabeth Dickinson _ P71             
Ellenor Fenwick Dickinson 68 P5        Emma C. Dickinson 71 P22              
Emma Mary Dickinson _ P79              Emmette Dickinson _ P98               
Esther Dickinson 16 P41                Esther Dickinson 16 P45               
Eunice Dickinson _ P123                Ezekiel Dickinson _ P119              
Fenwick Dickinson 67 P3                Frances Dickinson _ P30               
Frances Dickinson _ P87                Garret Dickinson _ P123               
George Dickinson 67 P3                 George Dickinson 68 P8                
George Dickinson 71 P21                George Dickinson _ P121               
George Dickinson _ P123                George Dickinson _ P34                
George Dickinson _ P63                 George Dickinson _ P7                 
George Dickson _ P114                  George Dixon _ P115                   
George Evans Dickinson 11 P112         George M. Dickinson _ P25             
George Spafford Dickinson _ P63        George W. Dickson _ P114              
Grace M. Dickeson _ P27                H. S. Dickinson _ P100                
Hannah Ann Dickinson _ P122            Hannah Dickinson 15 P38               
Hannah Dickinson 16 P39                Hannah Dickinson 16 P41               
Hannah Dickinson 16 P42                Hannah Dickinson 16 P44               
Hannah Dickinson 16 P45                Hannah Dickinson 70 P15               
Hannah Dickinson 71 P104               Hannah Dickinson 71 P22               
Hannah Dickinson _ P25                 Hannah Dickinson _ P31                
Hannah Dickinson _ P49                 Hannah Dickinson _ P66                
Hannah Dickinson _ P80                 Harriet Dickinson _ P27               
Harrison Dickinson 08 P29              Henry Dickinson 05 P54                
Henry Dickinson 07 P56                 Henry Dickinson 10 P35                
Henry Dickinson _ P123                 Henry Dickinson _ P79                 
Henry Dixon _ P115                     Hester Dickinson _ P120               
Hezekiah Dickinson 15 P38              Hiram Dickinson _ P123                
Hope Dickinson _ P51                   Isaac C. Dickinson _ P123             
Isaac Dickinson _ P123                 Isaac Dickinson _ P68                 
Isaac Dickinson _ P91                  Isaac Dickinson _ P94                 
Isaac Dickson _ P114                   Isaac Fenwick Dickinson 68 P5         
Isabel Fenwick Dickinson 68 P5         Isabella Dickinson _ P81              
Israel Dickinson 16 P45                Israel Dickinson _ P121               
Ivory Dickinson 17 P109                J. Hildreth Dickinson 73 P24          
Jacob Dickinson 68 P8                  Jacob Dickinson 71 P104               
Jacob Dickinson _ P118                 James Dickerson _ P25                 
James Dickinson 16 P108                James Dickinson 17 P109               
James Dickinson 2e P60                 James Dickinson 68 P4                 
James Dickinson 70 P13                 James Dickinson _ P123                
James Dickinson _ P124                 James Dickinson _ P34                 
James Dickinson _ P61                  James Dickinson _ P65                 
James Dickinson _ P96                  James Hunt Dickinson _ P82            
James L. Dickinson _ P123              Jane Dickenson P73                    
Jane Dickinson _ P69                   Jane Dickinson _ P82                  
Jane Dickinson _ P93                   Jane Dickson _ P114                   
Jane E. Dickinson _ P97                Jeannie Dickinson _ P79               
Jedidiah Dickinson 70 P14              Jemima Dickinson _ P49                
Jenny Dickinson 72 P105                Jeremiah Dickenson P73                
Jeremiah Dickinson _ P123              Jesse Dickinson 05 P75                
Jesse Dickinson _ P93                  Joanna Dickinson 16 P46               
Joanna Dickinson 17 P47                John B. Dickinson _ P123              
John Dickerson _ P116                  John Dickerson _ P123                 
John Dickinson 05 P54                  John Dickinson 06 P36                 
John Dickinson 06 P54                  John Dickinson 07 P28                 
John Dickinson 07 P56                  John Dickinson 15 P111                
John Dickinson 15 P38                  John Dickinson 16 P111                
John Dickinson 16 P39                  John Dickinson 16 P40                 
John Dickinson 16 P44                  John Dickinson 16 P45                 
John Dickinson 17 P109                 John Dickinson 65 P2                  
John Dickinson 66 P2                   John Dickinson 67 P3                  
John Dickinson 68 P4                   John Dickinson 68 P6                  
John Dickinson 69 P10                  John Dickinson 69 P12                 
John Dickinson 70 P14                  John Dickinson 70 P15                 
John Dickinson 71 P20                  John Dickinson 71 P22                 
John Dickinson _ P102                  John Dickinson _ P116                 
John Dickinson _ P117                  John Dickinson _ P118                 
John Dickinson _ P120                  John Dickinson _ P121                 
John Dickinson _ P122                  John Dickinson _ P123                 
John Dickinson _ P32                   John Dickinson _ P33                  
John Dickinson _ P34                   John Dickinson _ P52                  
John Dickinson _ P62                   John Dickinson _ P68                  
John Dickinson _ P70                   John Dickinson _ P80                  
John Dickinson _ P81                   John Dickinson _ P83                  
John Dickinson _ P84                   John Dickinson _ P85                  
John Dickinson _ P88                   John Dickinson _ P97                  
John Dickinson __ P35                  John Dixon _ P115                     
John E. T. Dickason _ P27              John Fenwick Dickinson 68 P5          
John J. Dickinson _ P122               John M. Dickinson _ P85               
John M. Dickinson _ P96                Jonathan Dickinson 05 P36             
Jonathan Dickinson 06 P36              Jonathan Dickinson 08 P29             
Jonathan Dickinson 10 P112             Jonathan Dickinson 16 P39             
Jonathan Dickinson 16 P46              Jonathan Dickinson 17 P47             
Jonathan Dickinson 67 P3               Jonathan Dickinson 70 P14             
Jonathan Dickinson 71 P20              Jonathan Dickinson _ P117             
Jonathan Dickinson _ P118              Jonathan Dickinson _ P123             
Jonathan Dickinson _ P48               Jonathan Dickinson _ P79              
Jonathan Dickinson _ P86               Jonathan Dickinson _ P87              
Joseph B. Dickerson _ P123             Joseph C. Dickinson _ P96             
Joseph Dickinson 05 P75                Joseph Dickinson 06 P36               
Joseph Dickinson 10 P35                Joseph Dickinson 15 P38               
Joseph Dickinson 16 P40                Joseph Dickinson 67 P3                
Joseph Dickinson 68 P8                 Joseph Dickinson _ P123               
Joseph Dickinson _ P34                 Joseph Dickinson _ P54                
Joseph Dickinson _ P70                 Joseph Dickinson __ P35               
Joseph Dixson _ P115                   Joseph E. Dickinson 71 P22            
Joseph E. Dickinson _ P34              Joseph Fenwick Dickinson 68 P5        
Joseph G. Dickinson _ P93              Joseph R. Dickerson _ P76             
Joshua Dickinson 70 P13                Joshua Dickinson 71 P17               
Joshua Dickinson _ P123                Joshua Dickinson _ P34                
Josiah Dickinson 16 P42                Judith Dickinson 68 P4                
Karl Dickinson _ P32                   Kate Dickinson _ P99                  
Kate J. Dickinson _ P99                Kelley Dickinson _ P30                
Kitty Dickson _ P114                   Latitia Dickinson _ P69               
Laura Dickinson 72 P23                 Leader Dickinson _ P63                
Leonard K. Dickinson _ P81             Levan Dickinson _ P102                
Lewis Dickinson _ P123                 Lidie Dickinson 72 P105               
Lilly L. Dickinson 72 P105             Louise Dickinson 71 P21               
Louise Dickinson 72 P105               Lydia Dickinson 08 P29                
Lydia Dickinson _ P84                  Mahlon Dickinson _ P123               
Mahlon M. Dickinson _ P123             Margaret Dickinson 68 P4              
Margaret Dickinson 69 P10              Margaret Dickinson 72 P23             
Margaret Dickinson _ P84               Margaret _ 66 P2                      
Marget Dickinson _ P68                 Maria Dickinson 08 P58                
Maria Dickinson _ P122                 Maria Dickinson _ P90                 
Maria Dixon _ P115                     Marian Dickinson _ P82                
Mark Dickinson _ P32                   Martha Ann Dickinson 71 P22           
Martha Dickinson 17 P47                Martha Dickinson 69 P10               
Mary A. Dickinson _ P93                Mary Ann Dickerson _ P27              
Mary Ann Dickinson 72 P105             Mary Ann Dickinson _ P89              
Mary Ann Dickinson _ P98               Mary Dickinson 06 P54                 
Mary Dickinson 08 P29                  Mary Dickinson 08 P58                 
Mary Dickinson 08 P59                  Mary Dickinson 16 P110                
Mary Dickinson 16 P39                  Mary Dickinson 16 P44                 
Mary Dickinson 16 P45                  Mary Dickinson 17 P47                 
Mary Dickinson 67 P3                   Mary Dickinson 68 P4                  
Mary Dickinson 69 P10                  Mary Dickinson 69 P12                 
Mary Dickinson 70 P14                  Mary Dickinson 70 P15                 
Mary Dickinson 71 P17                  Mary Dickinson _ P123                 
Mary Dickinson _ P49                   Mary Dickinson _ P62                  
Mary Dickinson _ P63                   Mary Dickinson _ P65                  
Mary Dickinson _ P67                   Mary Dickinson _ P84                  
Mary Dickinson _ P88                   Mary E. Dickinson 71 P22              
Mary P. Dickinson 71 P20               Mary R. Dickinson _ P100              
Mehitabel Dickinson 16 P39             Mehitable Dickinson 16 P41            
Mehitable Dickinson 16 P43             Mephes Dickinson _ P123               
Mercy Dickinson 16 P39                 Morris Dickinson _ P98                
Moses Dickinson 16 P46                 Moses Dickinson _ P123                
Nancy Dickinson _ P121                 Nathan Dickinson _ P117               
Nathaniel Dickinson 14 P37             Nathaniel Dickinson 15 P38            
Nathaniel Dickinson 16 P40             Nathaniel Dickinson 16 P41            
Nathaniel Dickinson 16 P42             Nathaniel Dickinson 16 P44            
Nathaniel Dickinson 16 P45             Nathaniel Dickinson 68 P6             
Nathaniel Dickinson 70 P15             Nathaniel Dickinson 70 P16            
Nathaniel Dickinson 71 P21             Nathaniel Dickinson 71 P22            
Nathaniel Dickinson _ P123             Nathaniel Dickinson _ P32             
Nathaniel Dickinson _ P34              Nathaniel Dickinson _ P64             
Nathaniel W. Dickerson _ P116          Nehemiah Dickinson 15 P38             
Nehemiah Dickinson 16 P45              Noadiah Dickinson 16 P43              
Noadiah Dickinson _ P123               Obadiah Dickinson 15 P38              
Obadiah Dickinson 16 P43               Oliver Dickinson _ P123               
Orrin Dickinson _ P123                 Overton Dickinson _ P74               
Owen Dickinson _ P121                  Pennington Dickinson 71 P22           
Peter Dickerson _ P120                 Peter Dickinson 16 P110               
Peter Dickinson _ P117                 Peter Dickinson _ P123                
Peter Dickinson _ P49                  Peter G. Dickinson _ P123             
Philemon Dickinson 07 P57              Philemon Dickinson 15 P110            
Philemon Dickinson 71 P21              Philemon Dickinson _ P121             
Philemon Dickinson _ P123              Philip H. Dickinson _ P123            
Rachel B. Dickinson _ P27              Rachel Dickinson 08 P29               
Rachel Dickinson _ P27                 Rachel Dickinson _ P31                
Rachel Dickinson _ P7                  Rachel Dickinson _ P96                
Rachel Dickson _ P114                  Rachell Dickson _ P114                
Ralph Dickinson _ P123                 Rebecca Dickinson 16 P39              
Rebecca Dickinson 16 P44               Rebecca Dickinson 16 P45              
Rebecca Dickinson 69 P10               Rebecca Dickinson _ P70               
Rebecca Dickison _ P116                Rebecca Dickson _ P25                 
Reuben L. Dickinson _ P81              Richard Dickinson 02 P53              
Richard Dickinson _ P117               Richard Dickson _ P114                
Richard Salter Storrs Dickinson _ P121 Richman Dickinson _ P122              
Robert Dickinson __ P35                Robert M. Dickinson _ P123            
Rosamund Dickinson __ P35              Sallie E. Dickinson _ P100            
Samuel D. Dickinson 06 P55             Samuel Dickerson _ P123               
Samuel Dickinson 08 P59                Samuel Dickinson 15 P38               
Samuel Dickinson 16 P40                Samuel Dickinson 16 P42               
Samuel Dickinson 16 P45                Samuel Dickinson 17 P109              
Samuel Dickinson 69 P10                Samuel Dickinson 70 P13               
Samuel Dickinson 70 P14                Samuel Dickinson _ P118               
Samuel Dickinson _ P123                Samuel Dickinson _ P27                
Samuel Dickinson _ P50                 Samuel Dickinson _ P54                
Samuel Dickinson _ P74                 Samuel Dickinson _ P90                
Samuel M. Dickinson _ P93              Samuel T. Dickinson _ P123            
Sarah "Sally" Norris Dickinson 08 P58  Sarah Dickenson _ P27                 
Sarah Dickinson 16 P39                 Sarah Dickinson 16 P42                
Sarah Dickinson 16 P43                 Sarah Dickinson 16 P45                
Sarah Dickinson 68 P4                  Sarah Dickinson 68 P5                 
Sarah Dickinson 70 P13                 Sarah Dickinson 70 P15                
Sarah Dickinson 71 P104                Sarah Dickinson _ P117                
Sarah Dickinson _ P121                 Sarah Dickinson _ P122                
Sarah Dickinson _ P123                 Sarah Dickinson _ P25                 
Sarah Dickinson _ P32                  Sarah Dickinson _ P63                 
Sarah Dickinson _ P65                  Sarah Dickinson _ P70                 
Sarah Elizabeth Dickinson 71 P22       Sarah Elizabeth Dickinson 72 P105     
Sarepta Dickerson P92                  Sidney Dickinson 06 P54               
Silas Dickerson _ P116                 Silas Dickerson _ P123                
Sildon Dickinson _ P121                Silvester Dickinson _ P121            
Simeon Dickinson _ P123                Smith Dickinson 70 P103               
Smith Dickinson 71 P104                Sophia Dickinson 70 P16               
Spencer Dickinson _ P123               Standiah Dickinson _ P123             
Stephen Dickinson _ P123               Susanna Dickinson _ P84               
Susannah Dickenson _ P27               Susannah Dickinson 68 P5              
Susannah Dickinson 70 P15              Symon Dickinson 03 P53                
Temperance  Dickinson 17 P47           Theophilus B. Dickinson _ P123        
Thomas Dickinson 07 P57                Thomas Dickinson 08 P29               
Thomas Dickinson 15 P107               Thomas Dickinson 15 P108              
Thomas Dickinson 15 P38                Thomas Dickinson 16 P107              
Thomas Dickinson 16 P110               Thomas Dickinson 16 P41               
Thomas Dickinson 17 P109               Thomas Dickinson 69 P11               
Thomas Dickinson 69 P12                Thomas Dickinson 70 P13               
Thomas Dickinson 71 P17                Thomas Dickinson _ P121               
Thomas Dickinson _ P123                Thomas Dickinson _ P34                
Thomas Dickinson _ P61                 Thomas Dickinson _ P68                
Thomas Dickinson _ P7                  Thomas Dickinson _ P71                
Thomas Dickinson _ P93                 Thomas Dickson _ P116                 
Thomas H. Dickinson 71 P20             Thomas Kelly Dickinson 71 P17         
Thomas P. Dickinson 71 P19             Townsend Dickinson _ P90              
W. George Dickerson P102               Wade Dickinson 69 P12                 
Wade Dickinson 70 P15                  Wade Dickinson 71 P21                 
Wade Dickinson _ P25                   Walter Dickinson 04 P54               
Walter S. Dickinson _ P123             Wilbur F. S. Dickinson 73 P24         
Wilbur S. Dickinson 73 P24             William Dickerson _ P120              
William Dickinson 01 P53               William Dickinson 05 P54              
William Dickinson 16 P45               William Dickinson 67 P3               
William Dickinson 68 P4                William Dickinson 69 P12              
William Dickinson 69 P9                William Dickinson 70 P14              
William Dickinson _ P117               William Dickinson _ P121              
William Dickinson _ P123               William Dickinson _ P30               
William Dickinson _ P32                William Dickinson _ P34               
William Dickinson _ P64                William Dickinson _ P66               
William Dickinson _ P67                William Dickinson _ P69               
William H. Dickinson _ P123            William P. Dickinson _ P123           
William T. Dickinson 71 P20            Zebulon Dickinson _ P35               
Zenas Dickinson _ P123                                                       



Index_Spouse


Adams, Ann 66 P2                       Ann, Mary P25                         
Ann, Mary P98                          Ann, Phebe P115                       
Ann, Phebe P93                         Ann, Sarah P115                       
Ann, Sarah P52                         Ayres, James P25                      
B., David P32                          Ballinger, Mary P30                   
Bamford, _ 72 P105                     Barker, Robert P35                    
Barnard, Francis 15 P38                Beach, Electa P116                    
Beardsley, Sarah 15 P38                Beckett, _ 72 P105                    
Belton, Lydomia 68 P4                  Blackman, Abigail 15 P38              
Boyer, Catherine P101                  Bracy, Phebe 15 P38                   
Braman, Deborah P114                   Brick, Kesiah P31                     
Bridgeman, Martha 16 P38               Brookfield, _ P49                     
Brown, Charles P27                     C., John P51                          
Cadwalader, Mary 67 P55                Cadwallader, Rebecca 07 P57           
Campbell, John P114                    Chamberlain, Joseph 16 P39            
Chandler, John 67 P3                   Cheeseman, Hannah 70 P14              
Church, Jeremiah 71 P22                Clark, Elizabeth P25                  
Clary, John 15 P38                     Coles, Esther P27                     
Colie, _ P49                           Connelly, Rebecca P25                 
Cooper, John 17 P47                    Cornwell, _ P89                       
Corson, Sarah P34                      Craig, Sarah P32                      
Craig, William 68 P4                   Cresse, Patience 70 P15               
Crofoot, Samuel 16 P39                 Croft, Thomas 16 P39                  
Crow, Hannah 15 P38                    Darling, _ P49                        
Debro, Ann P115                        Dickinson, Margaret 70 P13            
Dickinson, Polly P123                  Doughty, Mary P35                     
Draper, Mary P93                       DuBois, Gideon P100                   
DuBois, Sarah P50                      Dudley, Catharine 03 P53              
E., Emma P27                           Eleanor, Penelope P102                
Elizabeth, Mary P122                   Elliot, Martha P34                    
Elliott, Martha 70 P15                 Embree, Elizabeth P93                 
Evans, Mary 10 P112                    Fawkes, Ann P93                       
Fisher, Richard P31                    Fisher, _ 72 P105                     
Fizler, Elizabeth 69 P12               Foote, Frances 63 P38                 
Fox, George 08 P59                     G., Debbie P96                        
G., J. P93                             G., S. P79                            
Garrison, Louisa P34                   Gibbs, Isaac P80                      
Gillett, Samuel 16 P39                 Gorem, Levinah P115                   
Gough, Hannah 16 P111                  Graaff, Elizabeth P102                
Green, Margaret 69 P11                 Hall, Mary 70 P14                     
Hallock, Marian P92                    Hamilton, _ 68 P4                     
Hampton, William P93                   Hance, Joyce P35                      
Harper, Jacob P96                      Harris, Catharine P67                 
Harvey, J. P79                         Hews, Joshua P27                      
Hickman, Elizabeth 70 P15              Hildreth, Joanna 71 P19               
Hildreth, Joshua 70 P15                Hillman, Samuel P27                   
Holmes, _ P92                          Howland, Elizabeth P80                
Hudson, Hannah 69 P12                  Hughes, Joseph P100                   
Ingersoll, Thomas 15 P38               Ingram, John 16 P39                   
Ivey, Ivey 71 P22                      J., Martha P116                       
J., Sallie P34                         Jane, Mary P93                        
Jane, Sarah P120                       Jennings, Stephen 16 P39              
Johnson, Mary 68 P5                    Kelley, Anne 68 P4                    
Kellogg, Martin 16 P39                 Kenney, Carlton P97                   
Kersey, _ P54                          Kingsley, Enos 15 P38                 
Lane, Archibald P115                   Lane, Samuel 16 P39                   
Lawrence, _ P49                        Leader, Rebecca P34                   
Leedom, Ellwood 10 P112                Legget, Andrew P99                    
Linsey, Elizabeth P25                  Locke, Thomas P27                     
Loescher, Sophia P102                  Logan, Collanus? P58                  
M., Anna P114                          M., S. P96                            
Madkiff, Joseph P114                   Marsh, Jonathan 15 P38                
McCallister, Elizabeth 68 P8           Meridith, Anne 08 P59                 
Miller, Jonathan 17 P47                Miller, Mark P27                      
Moore, Sarah P114                      Moore, _ 68 P4                        
Mulford, Furman 72 P105                Murphy, Thomas 67 P3                  
Murrell, Keziah P115                   NYMM, Susanna P84                     
Newell, Alpheus 72 P23                 Norris, Mary 07 P56                   
Northam, Samuel 16 P39                 Odell, John 17 P47                    
Owen, Morgan 16 P110                   P., Emma P76                          
P10, Phoebe P102                       P10, Rachel P101                      
P11, PA_PCB P63                        P11, mf P111                          
P12, Clarissa P123                     P14, P14 P14                          
P18, P18 P18                           P38, P38 P38                          
P4, P P4                               P52, Ann P52                          
P52, Ann P52                           P70, Margaret P70                     
P73, Sarah P73                         P75, Mary P75                         
P94, mf P94                            P98, Rebecca P98                      
PA_PCB, Ann P69                        PA_PCB, Elizabeth P62                 
PA_PCB, Frances P61                    PA_PCB, Mary P69                      
Pancoast, Sarah 70 P14                 Payne, Mary 15 P110                   
Powell, Elizabeth 05 P54               Powers, Mary 69 P12                   
Powers, Samuel 72 P23                  Punnes, James P114                    
R., Joseph P99                         Rice, J. 72 P23                       
Richardson, Elizabeth 70 P103          Riel, Aaron 72 P105                   
Risley, LeRoy 72 P105                  Rodman, Hannah P36                    
Rogers, George P92                     Roper, Alice 15 P111                  
Rose, Elizabeth P93                    Roxey, _ P81                          
Rue, Charles P97                       S., Anna P33                          
S., Isaac P27                          S., Mary P24                          
S., William P115                       Scull, James P115                     
Seaman, James P27                      Sergeant, Jonathan 17 P47             
Sheppard, John 66 P2                   Simkins, Mary 71 P104                 
Smick, _ 72 P105                       Smith, Hannah 68 P8                   
Smith, Hannah P34                      Smith, Joseph 16 P39                  
Smith, Margaret 68 P8                  Spencer, John 71 P22                  
Springer, Mary 72 P24                  Stephens, Charles 71 P22              
Stephens, Hannah P116                  Sterrick, Fanna P115                  
Stewart, Elias P27                     Sumerill, Rebecca 71 P17              
Thomas, George P114                    Thomas, James P114                    
Thompson, _ 68 P4                      Thomsom, N. 68 P6                     
Townsend, Elijah 70 P15                Towser, David P25                     
Tozer, William P25                     Troth, Judith 06 P55                  
Tustin, Isaac P93                      Tyler, _ P49                          
VanMeter, Mary P122                    W, Anna P79                           
W., John P94                           Wade, Mary 66 P2                      
Wallace, Jane 69 P12                   Washburn, _ P35                       
Waters, _ P35                          Weeks, Mary P88                       
Weeks, Phebe 10 P35                    West, Hannah P114                     
Westervelt, _ P78                      Williams, Charles P102                
Wright, Amelia P114                    _, Abigail 67 P3                      
_, Agnes P123                          _, Ann P76                            
_, Barbary 67 P3                       _, Dorcas 15 P38                      
_, Dorothy 67 P3                       _, Eleanor 67 P3                      
_, Eliza P123                          _, Elizabeth 15 P38                   
_, Elizabeth P64                       _, Elizabeth P65                      
_, Elizabeth P66                       _, Elizabeth P71                      
_, Elizabeth P72                       _, Elizabeth P98                      
_, Ellen 04 P53                        _, Grace P79                          
_, Hannah 10 P35                       _, Hannah 15 P38                      
_, Jane 67 P3                          _, Joanna 16 P46                      
_, Lydia 07 P28                        _, Margaret P123                      
_, Martha 68 P5                        _, Martha P123                        
_, Mary 05 P36                         _, Mary 15 P107                       
_, Mary 15 P111                        _, Mary 16 P46                        
_, Mary 67 P3                          _, Mary 67 P3                         
_, Mary P116                           _, Mary P68                           
_, Mehitable 15 P38                    _, Rebecca 16 P108                    
_, Rebecca P114                        _, Rebecca P31                        
_, Sarah 15 P38                        _, Sarah 68 P6                        
_, Sarah P25                           _, Sarah P32                          
_, Sarah P49                           _, Sarah P70                          
_, Sarah P77                           _, _ P48                              
at, David 20 P31                       mf, mf 16 P54                         
mf, mf 17 P54                          mf, mf 17 P54                         
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