North Carolina, USA
He was first The Captain and Organizer of The Granville area Soldiers for The Revolutionary War., by 1783 he was a Colonel.
He was married to Elizabeth Peace.
Listed under John Dickinson DAR# AI34332.
His daughter Elizabeth married into The "Forkner", Faulkner Family. (Emanuel).
Names were changed over The Years, by adding or removing different letters.
He and his wife Elizabeth were one of the First Families, of
Granville Co., they received about 5000 Acres in The Fishing Creek District, from Lord Granville abt. 1757.
From The Official Rev. War Bounty Grants:
His Heirs were awarded 1371 Acres Mar. 27, 1831 for his Service., Says "Col. John Dickerson of Granville".
He had many Descendants who were Soldiers, in The American/Mexican War and The Confederate States of America.
His Grandchildren were some of The First Pioneers of Cherokee County and North Georgia Areas.
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: Buried on Land
Created by: Dixie Home Georgia
Record added: Oct 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79186986
My 5th Great-Grandfather.|
Added: Apr. 9, 2015
In Honor of You Sir, God Bless You|
Cherry Reynolds Solly
Added: Nov. 25, 2013
Thank You Sir, from Your Dickerson Grand Children. Rest In Peace.|
Added: Oct. 24, 2011