1619 ca1687, Mar 12
an early American Quaker pioneer who was born in England and emigrated to the America at an early age where he lived in the Virginia Colony before moving to Maryland. Dixon married Mary, the widow of Henry Peddington, between July 4, and October 28, 1647. It has been stated that her maiden name was Wilson. In 1651, Dixon joined Colonel Edmund Scarburgh and others in riding against the Indians in defiance of the law. On January 4, 1666, he was appointed Surveyor for Highways. He was elected a delegate in the Maryland Assembly representing Annemessex County, Maryland. He never attended.
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Ambrose Dixon:
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