Dickson family page
Joseph Dickson, a 19th century Militia officer
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Origins of surname
Whatever the spelling, this name simply means 'son of Richard'.
Dickson first appears in Jersey church records in 1770, and Dixon a little earlier, in 1742.
Births and baptisms
Great War service
Sons of Wiliam Henderson Dickson (b Scotland) and Kate Elizabeth Gorrum
- Stanley Dickson (1887- ) (St P) OV, Lieutenant RE
- Thomas Willis Dickson MC (1884- ) (St P) OV, Captain RE, wounded, no citation for MC found
- Albert George Dixon (St C), Gunner, RGA
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