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DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL AND 
ANNA GULL DICKINSON
OF WETHERSFIELD, CONNECTICUT & HADLEY, MASSACHUSETTS

Compiled by Frederick Dickinson, 1897.
Transcribed and re-published by GoldenWest Marketing, 1999.


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    Beginning with Johnne Dykonson, Freeholder, of Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, married 1260, d. 1316; the line is traced to Nathaniel Dickinson, b. in Ely, Cambridgeshire, 1600, d. 16 June 1676, Hadley, Hampshire Co., Mass.

    It is stated in this book: "Reared in the traditions of a race which, for six centuries had braved tyranny from the Norman Rufus to the unfortunate Charles Stuart, is it any wonder that the same spirit led the stern Puritan, Nathaniel Dickinson, at this time, to seek the wilds of America.

    "In 1630 the London Company of Massachusetts Bay transferred itself and the whole government of its colonists, to its American settlement, and in June, of this year, John Winthrop, chosen Governor by the Massachusetts Company, with his fleet, the Arbella, Talbot, Ambrose and Jewell, bearing three or four hundred colonists--two of whom were Nathaniel Dickinson and his wife--arrived at Salem, Massachusetts. Some "resolved to set down at the head of Charles River," others, "relinquishing Salem, shipped their goods to Charleston, Watertown and Roxbury." Nathaniel Dickinson is said to have settled at Watertown, where John, Joseph and Thomas were born, and where he remained until 1635-36, when he removed to Wethersfield, Connecticut, and our American Record begins."

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