Person:John Dickinson (6)

m. 27 Nov 1623
  1. Sgt John Dickinson1624 - 1676
  2. Nathaniel Dickinson1626/27 - 1710
  3. Elizabeth Dickinson1628 - 1631
  4. Joseph Dickinson1630 - 1675
  5. Thomas Dickinson1632 - 1712/13
  6. Samuel Dickinson1634 - bef 1638
  7. Hannah Dickinson1636 - 1723
  8. Samuel Dickinson1638 - 1711
  9. Obediah Dickinson1641 - 1698
  10. Nehemiah Dickinson1643 - 1723
  11. Hezekiah Dickinson1646/47 - 1707
  12. Azariah Dickinson1648 - 1675
  • HSgt John Dickinson1624 - 1676
  • WFrances Footeabt 1629 - aft 1678
m. abt 1648
  1. Hannah Dickinson1648 -
  2. Jonathan Dickinsonabt 1650 - bef 1678
  3. Mary Dickinsonabt 1653 - 1707/08
  4. Sarah Dickinsonabt 1656 - 1731/32
  5. Nathaniel DickinsonABT 1656 -
  6. Rebecca Dickinsonabt 1658 - 1730/31
  7. Mary DickinsonABT 1658 -
  8. Elizabeth Dickinsonabout 1660 - before 1678
  9. Jonathan DickinsonABT 1662 -
  10. Abigail Dickinsonabout 1663 -
  11. John Dickinson, Jrabt 1665 -
  12. Mercy Dickinsonabout 1667 - 1735
  13. Mehitable Dickinsonabout 1670 - 1735
Facts and Events
Name Sgt John Dickinson
Gender Male
Christening[1] 22 Aug 1624 Billingborough, Lincolnshire, England
Marriage abt 1648 to Frances Foote
Death[1] 19 May 1676 Turners Falls, Franklin, Massachusetts, United Statesby Indians Battle of Turner's Falls
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Stott, Clifford L. The Correct English Origins of Nathaniel Dickinson and William Gull, Settlers of Wethersfield and Hadley. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Apr 1998), 152:170.

    'John Dickinson, bp. at Billingborough, [Lincolnshire,] 22 Aug. 1624; killed by the Indians during King Philip's War at Turner's Fall, Mass., 19 May 1676. He m. about 1647/8 Frances Foote, dau. of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (______) Foote of Wethersfield.'

  2.   Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 2:542-43.

    'FRANCES [daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (probably Deming) Foote], b. about 1629 (aged "about 15" on 20 November 1644 [CCCR 1:463]); m. (1) by 1648 John Dickinson (eldest known child b. Wethersfield 6 December 1648 [WetVR Barbour 95, citing "LR 1:13"]) [NEHGR 152:170]; m. (2) soon after 21 August 1677 Francis Barnard (on 21 August 1677 "whereas there is a purpose of solemnizing marriage betwixt Francis Barnard & Frances Dickenson, ... both of Hadley," the two parties signed an agreement regarding their estates [HamLR A:87]).'