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John Henry Dickson

Birth20 October 1835 - Washington County, Indiana, United States of America
Death27 June 1918 - Hitchcock, Beadle County, South Dakota, United States of America
MotherRegena, Ragenia, Regina Nogles
FatherSamuel Scott Dickson

Born in Washington County, Indiana, United States of America on 20 October 1835 to Samuel Scott Dickson and Regena, Ragenia, Regina Nogles. John Henry Dickson married Sarah Mitchell and had 11 children. He passed away on 27 June 1918 in Hitchcock, Beadle County, South Dakota, United States of America.

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Parents

Samuel Scott Dickson
1811 - Unknown
Regena, Ragenia, Regina Nogles
1816 - Unknown

Spouse(s)

Sarah Mitchell
1837 - 1911

Children Show all

Thomas E Dickson
1875 - 1945
Anna L Dickson
1866 - 1947
Flora A. Dickson
1867 - 1944
Henry Irwin Dickson
1876 - 1957
Walter Roley Dickson
1869 - 1942
David Mitchell Dickson
1872 - 1917

Robert Edward Dickson
1862 - 1946
Sarah E Dickson
1862 - 1880
Jesse Lee Dickson
1881 - 1959
Lillie Belle Jackson
1879 - 1964
G. A. Dickson
1871 - Unknown

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