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Sarah (Dillon) Dwiggins (1785 - 1861)

Sarah Dwiggins formerly Dillon
Born in Guilford, North Carolina, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Clinton County, Ohio, USAmap
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Biography

Sarah Dillon was born 19 July 1785, in Guildford, North Carolina, the daughter of Jesse Dillon and Hannah Ruckman.

She married Robert Dwiggins. They had:

Daniel 1807–1885
Elizabeth 1809–1844 m. Fisher
Susannah 1810–1899 m. Fisher
Lydia 1812–1890 m. Jenkins
Hannah1814–1853 m. Leonard
Sarah 1817–1895 m. Well
Nancy L. 1822–1861
Martha 1824–1851 m.Hazard
Zimri 1827–1903
Robert J. 1832–1895

Sources

  • Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol. I, New Garden Monthly Meeting
p. 176 Jesse and Hannah Dillon. ch: Sarah 19 July 1785,
  • BOWERS. Ruth and Anita Short. to the West, Genealogical Publishing Com, Clearfield 1989.

p.283 Jesse Dillon, will written 7 day of February 1818, Probated 18 November 1823. Wife Hannah, Ch Achsah Hodgson, Susannah Starbuck, Jonathan Dillion, Sarah Dwiggins, Martha Fisher, Luke Dillon, Hannah Wright, Abigail Wright. Signed Jesse Dillon. Witnesses Malon, George, and Hezekiah Haworth.

b. 19 Jul 1785, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
d. 3 Apr 1861, Clinton County, Ohio, USA
Dover Friends Cemetery, Clinton County, Ohio, USA
Nearby 10 children's graves:


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