After William Dixon's death, his widow married John Houghton. Reliable sources are needed for the dates of William's death and Anna's marriage to John. Authoritative sources for Ann's birth and death dates are also needed. However, we know that Ann was William Dixon's son with Anna, because of John Houghton's will:
John Houghton, of New Castle county, made his will (No. 1233) 1 mo. 10, 1720, and it was probated May 27, 1720. He mentions his wife Ann, his brother-in-law, John Gregg, his daughters Mary, Martha, and Rebecca Houghton, and children Dinah, Ann, George, Henry, Thomas and John Dixon.
S-2044761445: Ancestry Family Trees (Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members).
Merged WikiTree Files
This person was created through the import of Weaver.ged on 03 January 2011.
WikiTree profile Dixon-1136 created through the import of DIXON.GED on Oct 11, 2011 by Glenn Dixon.
WikiTree profile Dixon-1528 created through the import of 60a.GED on Jan 11, 2012 by Michael Lechner with additional information from Sharon Moffitt Cowen.
WikiTree profile Houghton-75e was created by Kathy Stewart through the import of sarahweston.ged on Jan 24, 2014. (Source given as Ancestry.com Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.)
The WikiTree profile Dixon-4061 was created on Jul 17, 2014 by Alva Crom through the import of CROM FAMILY.ged. Source citation: S-2044761445.
Source: S500015 Geni World Family Tree Publication: MyHeritage The Geni World Family Tree is found on <A href="http://www.geni.com" target="_blank">www.Geni.com</a>. Geni is owned and operated by MyHeritage. Collection Media: 40000https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-40000-2543366/ann-cane-born-dixon-in-geni-world-family-tree Certainty: 3 22 JUL 2020 Added via a Record Match
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Ann by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Ann: