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DIXON, John
(1820-)
BARRIGAR, Sarah A.
(1821-)
MELVIN, Allan
(1822-1886)
ANNABLE, Mary
(1829-1887)
DIXON, Andrew
(1850-1933)
MELVIN, Margaret
(1852-1881)
DIXON, Manson
(1879-1954)

 

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DIXON, Manson 1 2

  • Born: 13 Mar 1879, Winchester, Dundas, Ontario, Canada 1 2 3 4
  • Died: 1954 aged 75 3

bullet   Other names for Manson were DICKSON, Manson,5 DIXON, Mason 3 and DIXSON, Manson.4

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bullet  Facts and details for Manson Dixon:

He lived in Winchester, Dundas, Ontario, Canada in 1881. 6

He lived in Winchester, Dundas, Ontario, Canada in 1901. 1 Living with his Aunt and Uncle: Joseph and Emily McPherson

He worked as a farmer in 1911 in Battleford, Division 12, Saskatchewan, Canada. 7

He lived in Battleford, Division 12, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1911. 5 Living with Thomas Dickson and family.


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Sources


1 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1901, Province: Ontario District: Dundas District Number: 54 Sub-District: Winchester Sub-District Number: H-1 Family Number: 56 Page: 6.

2 Mahlon W. Beach, Beach in Canada - A Pictorial Genealogy (Stratford, Ontario: The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division, December 1978), 517.

3 Ken and Emilia Annable, The Annable Family in Canada, Page 52.

4 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1881, Census Place Winchester, Dundas, Ontario Family History Library Film 1375864 NA Film Number C-13228 District 102 Sub-district F Division 3 Page Number 38 Household Number 172.

5 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1911, Province: Saskatchewan District: Battleford District Number: 208 Sub-District Number: 41 Census Year: 1911 Page: 5.

6 1881 census of Canada, Ontario, district 102, sub-district 3, Winchester, p. 38, dwelling 171, family 172; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry, Census - Canada - 1881 - Ontario.

7 1911 census of Canada, Saskatchewan, district Battleford, sub-district 208, Battleford, p. 5, dwelling 63, family 63; RG 31; digital images, Census - Canada - 1911 - Saskatchewan.