Thomas Dickson or Dixon b. 3 May 1733 Colchester, CT s/o William and Rebecca Dixon, d. 8 Nov 1809. Came from CT in 1761 and received land at Shepody, Hopewell Parish, Albert County. Married 9 Apr 1761 at Boston, MA, Catherine Wethered b. 1741 d/o Samuel and Sarah (Thornton) Wethered, d. 12 May 1826.
1) Dalton Dickson m. Miss Etter
2) Catherine Dickson b. c1767, d. 10 Mar 1841, m. Titus Knapp b. 1757, d. 18 Jun 1828
3) Sarah Dickson b. c1768, d. c1831, m. (1st) William Allan s/o William and Isabell (Maxwell) Allan d. 4 Oct 1806, m. (2nd) 9 Jun 1811 Thomas Roach born c1768 in Cork, Ireland s/o John Roach, d. 7 Jul 1833
4) Thomas Law Dickson b. c1769: living in Amherst, NS in 1809, m. Sarah Pipes d/o Jonathan and Mary Pipes
5) James Dickson b. c1773, d. 27 Oct 1855, m. Susanna Dickson born c1778, d. 18 Jan 1850
6) Mary Dickson born c1778 in Westmorland County, m. 27 Apr 1798 John Glenie of Barronsfield, NS
7) Ann/Nancy Dickson b. c1785, married 14 Sep 1809 in Westmorland County William Harper of Saint John
8) Charles Dickson d. c1816
9) John Dickson, probably married Lydia Hamilton
10) Robert Dickson married Rachel Peck d/o Abial and Ruth (Skinner) Peck, and widow of Thomas Calhoun.
PANB:MC1/Dickson #1, 10 pages.
Catherine’s brother Samuel Wethered and sister Sarah (Wethered) Law and their families also came to Cumberland County, NS which later became Westmorland and Albert counties in NB.
See also PANB:MC3/109 Louise Walsh Throop’s “Early Settlers of Cumberland Township, Nova Scotia” in National Genealogical Society Quarterly, p. 189.