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From: Alice Allen <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] QUAKER-ROOTS Digest, Vol 4, Issue 156
Date: Fri, 7 Aug 2009 20:07:10 -0700
I've not seen the name Delphina before, but the Dixon could indicate
she was named for John Doan's first wife's family. I am showing three
children for John & Ruth (Dixon) Doan before she died: Joseph, Jacob
My husband's line of descent is from Elizabeth Pike Stuart Doan's
first marriage, to Alexander Stuart. Two of their children, Abigail &
John, married two Dixon siblings, children of Simon and Elizabeth
(Allen) Dixon. Abigail Stuart (1762-1843) married Thomas Dixon
(1753-1824) and John Stuart (1754-1856) married Elizabeth Dixon
On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Kathleen Lamb<> wrote:
> Thank you very much for your reply. I have traced Elizabeth's line in all
> directions. It is odd that Robert and Elizabeth had a 1st son John Wesley
> Bartley who had a daughter named Delphina Dickson or Dixon. If named for an
> ancestor I have never found who it was. I wonder if they connect to John
> Doane's wife Ruth Dixon.
> Which child does your husband come down from. In case you don't have the
> record I might have something for you.
> My husband had quite a few Quaker lines from N C and I have tracked some
> pretty far back.
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