- Nathan Cooke Dickerson [1809-1891]
- Christine Ashe Hempstone Dickerson [1813-1884]
Married Elizabeth Ellen (Trundle) Dickerson
- Charles Milton Dickerson [1867-1943]
- William Harrison Dickerson [1869-1930]
- Edith Dickerson [1870-1933]
- Lillian Dickerson [1871-1951]
- Edwin Trundle Dickerson [1878-1958]
Confederate soldier in the Civil War.
Private in Lt. Col. Elijah Veirs White's "Comanches" - 35th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, Company B, during the Civil War (Confederate States of America - CSA).
Founder of Dickerson, MD
The village of Dickerson is one of a number of late 19th C. towns in Montgomery County that owe their development to the construction of the Metropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad. The land, which comprises the town, was a 217-acre parcel inherited by his mother, Christy A. Dickerson, in 1857 from the estate of her brother, Nathan T. Hempstone. William established a general store and post office.
~ Source: Disckerson Historic District
Elizabeth Ellen Trundle Dickerson
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