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DICKINSON was born about 1772. He died. Parents: Nathan DICKINSON Jr. and Esther FOWLER.


Abigail DICKINSON565 was born about 1663. She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Anna DICKINSON was born about 1650. She died. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.

Spouse: John CLARY. John CLARY and Anna DICKINSON were married about June 16, 1670.164 Might also be January instead.

Spouse: Enos KINGSLEY. Enos KINGSLEY and Anna DICKINSON were married about 1680.


Azariah DICKINSON was born on October 4, 1648.164 He died on August 25, 1675.164 Slain in Swamp Fight. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.

Spouse: Dorcas. Azariah DICKINSON and Dorcas were married about 1670.


Ebenezer DICKINSON was born on February 2, 1681 in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He died on March 16, 1730 in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 Parents: Samuel DICKINSON and Martha BRIDGEMAN.

Spouse: Hannah FRARY. Ebenezer DICKINSON and Hannah FRARY were married on June 27, 1706.117 Children were: Nathan DICKINSON Sr..


Representative Edward DICKINSON was born on January 1, 1803 in Amherst, MA.1866 He graduated from Y.C. in 1823. He died on June 16, 1874 in Boston, MA.117 He was a Lawyer in Amherst, MA. Representative, Senator, Counsellor, and Representative in Congress. Parents: Senator Deacon Samuel Fowler DICKINSON and Lucretia GUNN.

Spouse: Emily NORCROSS. Representative Edward DICKINSON and Emily NORCROSS were married on May 6, 1828.117 Children were: Emily Elizabeth DICKINSON.


Elijah DICKINSON was born between April 13, 1760 and April 20, 1760 in Amherst, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He served in the military about 1777. Continental Army, Revoluntionary War. He died on February 1, 1820 in Amherst, MA.1866 One of founders of Amherst College and donated the land for it. His farm house was there. In that house, Ellen M. Dickinson was born. Parents: Moses DICKINSON and Thankful SMITH.

Spouse: Jerusha SMITH. Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH were married on June 13, 1780 in Amherst, MA.1866 Children were: Moses DICKINSON, Silas DICKINSON, Lucretia DICKINSON, J. Smith DICKINSON, Fammy DICKINSON, Jonathan Smith DICKINSON, Fanny DICKINSON.


Elizabeth DICKINSON was born about 1661. She died about 1663.117 Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Ellen M. DICKINSON was born in 1836 in Massachusetts.565 She died in 1913.565 She was buried in Amherst, MA.117 Parents: Jonathan Smith DICKINSON and Minerva BARTLETT.

Spouse: Charles Henry WALKER. Charles Henry WALKER and Ellen M. DICKINSON were married on November 17, 1860.117 Children were: Frank H. WALKER.


Emily Elizabeth DICKINSON was born on December 10, 1831 in Amherst, MA.117 She died on May 15, 1886 in Amherst, MA.117 She was buried in West Cemetery, Amherst, MA. She was an Author and Poet. "The intellectual activity of Emily Dickinson was so great that a large and characteristic choice is still possible among her literary material, and this third volume of her verses is put forth in response to the repeated wish of the admirers of her peculiar genius. Much of Emily Dickinson's prose was rhythmic,--even rhymed , though frequently not set apart in lines. Also many verses, written as such, were sent to friends in letters; these were published in 1894, in the volumes of her Letters. There is internal evidence that many of the poems were simply spontaneous flashes of insight, apparently unrelated to outward circumstance. Others, however, had an obvious personal origin; for example, the verses "I had a Guinea golden," which seem to have been sent to some friend travelling in Europe, as a dainty reminder of letter-writing delinquencies. The surroundings in which any of Emily Dickinson' s verses are known to have been written usually serve to explain them clearly; but in general the present volume is full of thoughts needing no interpretation to those who apprehend this scintillating spirit." -M. L. T.; Amherst, October, 1896; The New Bartleby Library. Parents: Representative Edward DICKINSON and Emily NORCROSS.


Fammy DICKINSON was born on August 5, 1798.117 She died. Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.


Fanny DICKINSON was born on April 26, 1805.117 She died. Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.


Hannah DICKINSON565 was born about 1650. She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Hezckiah DICKINSON was born in February 1645.164 He died. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.


Hugh DICKINSON was born about 1432 in Kingston-on-Hull, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England. He died in 1509 in The Kingdom of England.117 Parents: Thomas DICKINSON and Margaret LAMBERT.

Spouse: Agnes SWELLINGTON SWIL. Hugh DICKINSON and Agnes SWELLINGTON SWIL were married about 1451 in Kingston-Upon-Hu, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England. Children were: William DICKINSON.


J. Smith DICKINSON was born on October 8, 1793.117 He died. Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.


John DICKINSON was born about 1476 in Leeds, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England. He died in 1554 in Leeds, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 Parents: William DICKINSON and Isabel LANGTON.

Spouse: Elizabeth DANBY. John DICKINSON and Elizabeth DANBY were married in 1499 in Leeds, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: Richard DICKINSON.


John DICKINSON was born about 1631. He lived in Hadley, Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1659. He died in 1676.1866 Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.

Spouse: Frances FOOTE. John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE were married in 1648.117 Children were: Hannah DICKINSON, Mary DICKINSON, John DICKINSON, Jonathan DICKINSON, Sarah DICKINSON, Elizabeth DICKINSON, Abigail DICKINSON, Mehitable DICKINSON, Mercy DICKINSON, Rebecca DICKINSON.


John DICKINSON565 was born about 1654. He died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Jonathan DICKINSON was born about 1656. He died about 1658.117 Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Jonathan Smith DICKINSON was born on August 6, 1803 in Amherst, MA.1866 He died on June 2, 1836 in Amherst, MA.1866 Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.

Spouse: Minerva BARTLETT. Jonathan Smith DICKINSON and Minerva BARTLETT were married on September 6, 1824 in Hinsdale, NH.564 Children were: Ellen M. DICKINSON.


Joseph DICKINSON164 was born about 1635. He died. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.


Lucretia DICKINSON was born on January 19, 1791.117 She died. Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.


Mary DICKINSON565 was born about 1652. She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Mary DICKINSON was born about 1844 in England, U.K. of Great Britain and Ireland.1867 Birthyear assumed. She died.

Spouse: Lansford James INGALLS. Lansford James INGALLS and Mary DICKINSON were married about 1865. Children were: Samuel James INGALLS, Sara Bell INGALLS, William Walter INGALLS, Mary Elizabeth INGALLS, Charles Reuben INGALLS, Edward Eugene INGALLS, Horace Foster INGALLS, Andrew Jackson INGALLS Sr., Olive May INGALLS, Martha Esther INGALLS.


Mehitable DICKINSON was born about 1666. She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.

Spouse: John INGRAM Jr.. John INGRAM Jr. and Mehitable DICKINSON were married on June 26, 1689.1866 Children were: Rebecca INGRAM.


Mercy DICKINSON was born in 1668 in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony.117 She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Moses DICKINSON was born in 1718.1866 He died on April 9, 1803.1866 He lived in Amherst, MA. Parents: Nathaniel DICKINSON and Hannah SMITH.

Spouse: Thankful SMITH. Children were: Elijah DICKINSON.


Moses DICKINSON was born on June 15, 1781.117 He died. Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.


Nathan DICKINSON Sr. was born on May 30, 1712 in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He lived in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony before 1742. He lived in Amherst, Massachusetts Bay Colony after 1742. He died on August 7, 1796 in Amherst, MA.1866 Parents: Ebenezer DICKINSON and Hannah FRARY.

Spouse: Joanna LEONARD. Nathan DICKINSON Sr. and Joanna LEONARD were married on April 20, 1751 in Massachusetts Bay Colony.117 Children were: Nathan DICKINSON Jr..


Nathan DICKINSON Jr. was born on October 19, 1735 in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He died on August 3, 1825 in Amherst, MA.1866 Parents: Nathan DICKINSON Sr. and Joanna LEONARD.

Spouse: Esther FOWLER. Nathan DICKINSON Jr. and Esther FOWLER were married about 1760. Children were: DICKINSON, DICKINSON, DICKINSON, DICKINSON, DICKINSON, DICKINSON, Senator Deacon Samuel Fowler DICKINSON.


Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. was born in 1600 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 He emigrated about April 1630 from England. He lived in Watertown, Massacusetts Bay Colony in 1634. In 1630 the London Company of Massachusetts Bay transferred itself and the whole government of its colonists, to its American settlement, and in June, of this year, John Winthrop, chosen Governor by the Massachusetts Company, with his fleet, the Arbella, Talbot, Ambrose and Jewell, bearing three or four hundred colonists--two of whom were Nathaniel Dickinson and his wife--arrived at Salem, Massachusetts . Some "resolved to set down at the head of Charles River, " others, "relinquishing Salem, shipped their goods to Charleston, Watertown and Roxbury." Nathaniel Dickinson is said to have settled at Watertown, where John, Joseph and Thomas were born, and where he remained until 1635-36, when he removed to Wethersfield, Connecticut. He lived in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony between 1637 and 1659. Admitted as a freeman. Was a Grand Juror in 1642-1644. Owned east of the "Great River," at Hartford, one hundred acres in the tract called "Naubuc Farms." This was sold on or before the removal to Hadley. Between 1642 and 1656 he was a First Deputy in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony. In 1645 he was a Town Clerk in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony. He was elected as Representative to the Colonial Assembly between 1646 and 1656 in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony. Served through the administrations of Governors Haynes, Hopkins, and Wells. He lived in Hadley, Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1659. Under a theological upheaval, common to the times, and no doubt with promise of bettering their condition, Nathaniel Dickinson and his sons decided on the removal to Hadley in 1659. Wethersfield was nearly depopulated by the exodus to Hadley. The agreement, or engagement, of those who intended to remove from Connecticut to Massachusetts, is dated at Hartford, April 18th, 1659. Among the fifty-nine signers are Nathaniel Dickinson and his sons John Dickinson and Thomas Dickinson. A part of the agreement made at this meeting was that William Westwood, Richard Goodman, William Lewis, John White, and Nathaniel Dickinson, should go up to the aforesaid plantation on the east side of Northampton and lay out the number of fifty-nine homelots, and to allow eight acres for every homelot, and to leave a street twenty rods broad betwixt the two westernmost rows of homelots, and to divide said rows of homelots into quarters by highways. In October, 1660, a town meeting was held at the house of Andrew Warner, when it was voted that no person should be owned for an inhabitant in the Plantation, or have liberty to vote or act in town affairs until he should be legally received as an inhabitant. This was signed by twenty-eight persons, among them Nathaniel Dickinson and Thomas Dickinson. Freeman in 1661. Deacon of the Church and its First Recorder. In 1667 he was one of those chosen to lay out and bound the two meadows granted for the perpetual use of a grammar school, and was one of the committee appointed by the town and the trustee of Edward Hopkins, Esq., in 1669, to have full disposition and management of the estate given by Mr. Hopkins, and of any other estate that might be given by the town, or individual donors, for the benefit and maintenance of a grammar school in Hadley. This school is now known as the Hopkins Academy. To the town of Hadley belongs the distinction of being for several years, the residence of Generals Edward Whalley and William Goffe, two of the judges who passed the death sentence upon King Charles I. Here, after they had been hunted from town to town throughout New England, by the minions of King Charles II, they found a haven of rest in the house of the pastor, Rev. John Russell. Doubtless Mr. Dickinson, as the intimate friend and next neighbor of pastor Russell, was in full possession of the secret, and met the noted regicides from time to time in the pastor's home. With the restoration of the Stuarts, a reward was offered for the heads of these Generals, but they could not be found. One Sunday, in September, 1675, the little town of Hadley was panic-stricken by an attack of Indians. The surprise was so great, and the numbers so unequal, that the Indians were fast gaining the advantage. Suddenly there appeared among the settlers a man of towering height, and long streaming hair and beard, dressed in fantastic fashion. Wherever he went the Indians fell, and the courage of the English rose. They thought God had sent an angel to lead them out of their sore strait. When the fight was over, the stranger disappeared as suddenly as he came. Many believed to their dying day that he was not mortal. He was General Goffe, the Regicide. Without doubt, Nathaniel Dickinson, being an intimate friend of Mr. Russell, was entrusted with the secret o f the concealment of the Regicides, and witnessed this exploit of General Goffe. All of the sons took an active part in King Philip's War, and John, Joseph and Azariah, the two oldest, and the youngest, were killed. He was elected as Selectman between 1660 and 1666 in Hadley, Massachusetts Bay Colony. He served in the military after 1663. Hampshire Troop of Horsemen, under the command of Capt. John Pynchon, against the Native Americans. He lived in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony about 1670. He died on June 16, 1676 in Hadley, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He was buried in Old Hadley Cemetery, Hadley, MA.117 Parents: William DICKINSON and Sarah STACY.

Spouse: Anne GULL. Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL were married on January 16, 1630 in East Bergholst, Suffolk, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: John DICKINSON, Thomas DICKINSON, Joseph DICKINSON, Samuel DICKINSON, Obadiah DICKINSON, Nathaniel DICKINSON Jr., Lieutenant Nehemiah DICKINSON, Hezckiah DICKINSON, Azariah DICKINSON, Anna DICKINSON.


Nathaniel DICKINSON Jr. was born in August 1643.164 He died. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.


Nathaniel DICKINSON was born on August 23, 1689.1866 He died in 1719.1866 Parents: Lieutenant Nehemiah DICKINSON and Mary COWLES.

Spouse: Hannah SMITH. Nathaniel DICKINSON and Hannah SMITH were married on December 3, 1713.1866 Children were: Moses DICKINSON.


Lieutenant Nehemiah DICKINSON was born about 1644 in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony.1866 He served in the military after 1685. Hampshire Troop Militia, King Phillip's War. Lieutenant. Coronet after 1685 and Lieutenant after 1702. He died on September 9, 1723 in Hadley, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He was buried in Old Hadley Cemetery, Hadley, MA. Freeman, 1690. In 1676 he was brought to court and fined for "wearing silk in a flaunting manner" i.e., wearing a red tie. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.

Spouse: Mary COWLES. Lieutenant Nehemiah DICKINSON and Mary COWLES were married about 1671 in Hadley, Massachusetts Bay Colony.117 Children were: Nathaniel DICKINSON.


Obadiah DICKINSON was born on April 15, 1641.164 He died. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.


Rebecca DICKINSON was born about 1670. She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.

Spouse: Joseph SMITH. Joseph SMITH and Rebecca DICKINSON were married in February 1712.565


Richard DICKINSON was born in 1526 in Bradley Hall, Staffordshire, Kingdom of England.117 He died in 1605 in Bradley Hall, Staffordshire, Kingdom of England.117 Parents: John DICKINSON and Elizabeth DANBY.

Spouse: Elizabeth BAGNELL. Richard DICKINSON and Elizabeth BAGNELL were married in 1540 in Bradley, Staffordshire, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: Thomas DICKINSON.


Samuel DICKINSON was born on July 6, 1638 in Wethersfield, Connecticut Colony.1866 He lived in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1690. Freeman. He died on November 30, 1711 in Hatfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He served in the military. Militia, King Phillip's War. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.

Spouse: Martha BRIDGEMAN. Samuel DICKINSON and Martha BRIDGEMAN were married about January 4, 1666 in Springfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.117 Children were: Ebenezer DICKINSON.


Senator Deacon Samuel Fowler DICKINSON was born on October 9, 1775 in Amherst, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1866 He was educated about 1785 in Amherst, MA. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1795 in Dartmouth, MA. After 1795 he was a Legal Aid. The Law Office of Judge Simeon Strong. Where he studied until he was admitted to the bar. He lived in Amherst, MA after 1795. He was Congregationalist after 1796. At the age of twenty-one he was elected deacon and was a church officer all his active life. He was elected as District Representative and Senator about 1820. He was one of the ablest lawyers in western Massachusetts. He was a natural leader of men and quite naturally became prominent in politics. He served his district in the general court in the house and senate for twelve years. His public career was brilliant and he became well known throughout the state. He was an influential Whig leader . Perhaps his greatest public service was the part he took as founder of Amherst Academy and Amherst College. For the college he sacrificed his property, his time and his professional opportunities, and he was held in the highest regard by the friends and alumni of that institution and his memory is cherished there for his generous and distinguished service to the college. He was for many years the college treasurer. About 1825 he was a Town Clerk in Amherst, MA. He lived in Amherst, MA before 1833. He lived in Cumberland, OH after 1833. Practiced law here, but became interested in Lane Seminary and acted as its steward. Later he filled the office of steward for the Western Reserve University. He exercised his benevolence here repeatedly in helping deserving boys through college . His memory is cherished at Western Reserve University with the same affectionate regard and honor as at Amherst. He helped both institutions in the trying days of their early lives. He died on April 22, 1838 in Hudson, OH.1866 Parents: Nathan DICKINSON Jr. and Esther FOWLER.

Spouse: Lucretia GUNN. Senator Deacon Samuel Fowler DICKINSON and Lucretia GUNN were married on March 21, 1802.117 Children were: Representative Edward DICKINSON.


Sarah DICKINSON565 was born about 1659. She died. Parents: John DICKINSON and Frances FOOTE.


Sarah DICKINSON was born in 1846 in England, U.K. of Great Britain and Ireland.558 She died in 1897.558

Spouse: Lansford James INGALLS. Lansford James INGALLS and Sarah DICKINSON were married about 1890.


Silas DICKINSON was born on September 24, 1783.117 He died. Parents: Elijah DICKINSON and Jerusha SMITH.


Thomas DICKINSON was born in 1400 in Kingston-on-Hull, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 He died in 1475 in The Kingdom of England.117

Spouse: Margaret LAMBERT. Thomas DICKINSON and Margaret LAMBERT were married in 1430 in Oulton, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: Hugh DICKINSON.


Thomas DICKINSON was born in 1543 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 He died on March 28, 1572 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 Parents: Richard DICKINSON and Elizabeth BAGNELL.

Spouse: Judith CAREY. Thomas DICKINSON and Judith CAREY were married in 1567 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: William DICKINSON.


Thomas DICKINSON164 was born about 1633. He died. Parents: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr. and Anne GULL.


William DICKINSON was born in 1452 in Kenson Manor, Leeds, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 He died in 1546 in Kenson Manor, Leeds, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 Parents: Hugh DICKINSON and Agnes SWELLINGTON SWIL.

Spouse: Isabel LANGTON. William DICKINSON and Isabel LANGTON were married in 1475 in Leeds, Yorkshire, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: John DICKINSON.


William DICKINSON was born in 1570 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 He died about June 16, 1675 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 Parents: Thomas DICKINSON and Judith CAREY.

Spouse: Sarah STACY. William DICKINSON and Sarah STACY were married in 1594 in Ely, Cambridge, Kingdom of England.117 Children were: Deacon Selectman Nathaniel DICKINSON Sr..


Juaniya DIETZE was born about 1910. She died.

Spouse: Floyd August VAN ATTA. Floyd August VAN ATTA and Juaniya DIETZE were married about 1935 in McMinnville, OR.288 Marriage year assumed. They were divorced in 1968. Children were: Living, Living.


Eliza DIMMICK was born on May 24, 1798.1753 She lived in Coventry, CT before 1825. She died on July 11, 1867.1753

Spouse: Bishop DAVENPORT. Bishop DAVENPORT and Eliza DIMMICK were married on August 11, 1825.1753 Children were: Benjamin Franklin DAVENPORT, Mary Ann Moody DAVENPORT, Louisa Marie DAVENPORT, William Henry DAVENPORT, Caroline Desire DAVENPORT, Thomas Fitch DAVENPORT, Timothy Dimmick DAVENPORT, Laura Booth DAVENPORT, Emma Louisa DAVENPORT, Charles Bishop DAVENPORT.

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