↑ Dixon, James D, History of Charles Dixon - One of the Early English Settlers of Sackville, N. B., Forest City Publishing Co., Rockford, Ill., U.S.A, Page 16; InternetArchive (https://archive.org/details/cihm_06043 : accessed 24 April 2017), Pg 16 - "Mary Dixon, born Friday, July 5, 1764."
↑Dixon - pg 18 - "(2) Mary Dixon Chapman departed this life on the 22nd of December, 1837 in the 74th year of her age."
↑Dixon - pg 18 - "Mr. and Mrs. Chapman were honest, peaceable and industrious citizens, attendants upon the services of the Methodist church, within whose pale they found their spiritual home. Their remains rest in the Point de Bute Methodist church yard, which was a portion of the estate of the first Mr. Chapman, who gave it for a site for a Methodist church and burial place."
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