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Thomas Dixon
b.bef. 1750
 
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Name Thomas Dixon
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1750
Marriage bef. 1770 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Elizabeth Patterson

Thomas Dixon was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 30.--16th November, 1773. Thomas Stevenson and Elizabeth to Thomas Dixon, 330 acres patented to Robert Stevenson, 16th August, 1756, and devised to his son Thomas. Teste: Thomas Stevenson.
  • Page 274.--7th February, 1776. Privy examination of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Stephenson. Deed to Thomas Dixon.


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 440.--18th March, 1770. Thomas Dixon and Elizabeth ( ) to John Lowry 330 acres patented to Robert Stevenson 16th August, 1766 and by his will devised to son Thomas Stevenson

Records or Thomas Dixon in Augusta County, VA

  • Page 295.--Patent to Robert Stevenson, 16th August, 1756, and by him devised to his son Thomas Stevenson, and by Thomas to Thomas Dixon. (note: this record states that it was from 1756 in Chalkley's, but it appears with several other records that were clearly in 1776, which this record was also probably dated.)
  • Page 500.--31st March, Ano Domino, 1772. Jane Patterson's will, formerly wife of John Patterson--To son, William Patterson; to son, James Patterson's son John; to daughter, Elizabeth; to daughter, Mary; to son, Robert's daughter Jean; to son, James' daughter Jean; to daughter, Janet. Son-in-law Thomas Dixon and son James to make division. Executors, son James and son-in-law Thomas Dixon. Teste: James Gambel, Robert Gambel. Proved, 19th May, 1772, by the witnesses. Thos. Dixon refuses to execute. James qualifies (his mark) with Thomas Patterson, Alex. Thompson.
  • Page 274.--7th February, 1776. Privy examination of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Stephenson. Deed to Thomas Dixon.
  • Page 295.--Patent to Robert Stevenson, 16th August, 1756, and by him devised to his son Thomas Stevenson, and by Thomas to Thomas Dixon.
  • 21st May, 1782--Elizabeth Wright, Thomas Dixon, administrators of Jos. Wright.
  • MAY, 1790 (A to C). Charles Brown vs. Thomas Dixon. Mary Woods was mother-in-law of Charles Brown.
  • Page 199.-- (undated, prob. between 13 March 1795 and October 1795) Joseph Wright's estate in account with Thos. Dixon and Elizabeth Wright.
  • Page 206.--19th May, 1795. Thomas Dixon's bond of Counter security as administrator (with Elizabeth Wright) of Joseph Wright.