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James Willis Dixon of [[James Dixon and Sons]]
James Willis Dixon (c1839-1917) of [[James Dixon and Sons]]
 
Born in Westminster the son of James Willis Dixon (the elder), a merchant
 
1864 Married in Westminster to Fanny Mary Burton
 
1901 Living at Hillborough Hall, Sheffield: [[James Willis Dixon]] (age  62 born New York (British subject), Manufacturing Silversmith and Widower. With his son [[Archibald Willis Dixon|Archibald W. Dixon]] (age 31 born Sheffield)n a Mechanical Engineer. Also his daughter and her husband. Six servants.<ref>1901 Census</ref>


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Latest revision as of 09:25, 20 December 2019

James Willis Dixon (c1839-1917) of James Dixon and Sons

Born in Westminster the son of James Willis Dixon (the elder), a merchant

1864 Married in Westminster to Fanny Mary Burton

1901 Living at Hillborough Hall, Sheffield: James Willis Dixon (age 62 born New York (British subject), Manufacturing Silversmith and Widower. With his son Archibald W. Dixon (age 31 born Sheffield)n a Mechanical Engineer. Also his daughter and her husband. Six servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census