Dixon

Adam McKee married Jean Dixon/Dickson.  The general belief is that he met her either upon visiting or moving to Abbeville County.  Jean was the daughter of John and Prudence Dixon/Dickson.

In 1774, John and Prudence deeded Adam and Jean 200 acres of land as a “deed of gift.” In consideration of “natural  love and affection” and a token payment of 15 Pounds.

Jean Dixon/Dickson had a sister named Grizzel.   She named her second daughter, Grizzel/Grissel.

In 1791, John Dixon’s land bordered that of his grandson, Michael McKee.

Adam McKee is the estate administrator of John Dixon’s estate.

 

 

 

Descendants of John Dickson

Generation No. 1

 1.  JOHN1 DICKSON was born 1725, and died 1785 in Abbeville, South Carolina.  He married PRUDENCE ?.

Children of JOHN DICKSON and PRUDENCE ? are:

i.    JEAN/JANE2 DICKSON, b. May 11, 1748, Northern Ireland; d. Abt. 1825, Abbeville County, South Carolina; m. ADAM MCKEE, Bet. 1765 – 1770, South Carolina; b. 1732, Scotland/Ireland; d. Abt. 1807, Abbeville County, South Carolina.

ii.    MICHAEL DICKSON.

iii.    GRIZEL DICKSON.

iv.    WILLIAM DICKSON.

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