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DILLON FAMILY PHOTOS

Updated January 2, 2011

About Our Family Research


The photos presented in DILLON FAMILY PHOTOS represent individuals connecting to two distinct Dillon lines;

(a) Peter DILLON, Sr. and Mary VEGHTE from the Revolutionary War period in Somerset Co., New Jersey and

(b) DILLON family of colonial Virginia.

These lines merged with the 1895 marriage of (a) Vincent F. DILLON and (b) Nettie A. DILLON in Lawrence Co., OH.

I continue to look for Dillon family photos of individuals and descendants from these two Dillon lines, from largely OH, WV, VA, PA and NJ in the 1600s, 1700s and 1800s, with additional migrations to MO, IA, MI, OK, NE, etc.

A full index of all photos is available. This site is a continuation of the DILLON FOLK link listed below.

Aside from the many DILLON photos there are also more than twenty COX photos.

Henry S. Dillon


 
Family Photos
  • 1) Alvie Dillin, (1878-1971) (71 KB)
    "This photo is my grandfather (right) Alva Dillon, who changed his name to Alvie Dillin when he got married. Alva is the second son of Thomas and Sarah Jane (Reed) Dillon. I still have a bit of research to do, but I’m 99% sure that Sarah Jane Reed was the daughter of Peter Pierce Reed and Sarah Cox. Peter Pierce Reed was the son of John M. Reed and Mary Hinds. The gentleman on the left is Walter Pope, my grandpa's cousin from his mom's side of the family. Walter Pope went on to become Attorney General of Arkansas and was an advisor to the President during World War II. Alva Dillon, was born December 11, 1878, in Fayette County, Illinois. He was the second son of Thomas and Sarah Jane (Reed) Dillon. He married (as Alvie Dillin) Ethel Pearl Tyler on January 22, 1909, in Lawrence County, Arkansas. Ethel Pearl Tyler, daughter of John Tyler and Matilda T. Robins, was born September 1, 1892, in Randolph County, Arkansas. Alvie and Ethel had 10 children. Ethel Pearl (77) died March 11, 1970, in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Alvie (92) died May 1, 1971, in Jonesboro, Arkansas." Thomas Dillon, referenced above, spouse of Sarah Jane Reed, was the son of Peter Dillon and Sophia Severns Dillon, son of William Dillon and Deborah Meredith Dillon, son of Peter Dillon Sr and Mary Veghte Dillon of Coshocton Co., Ohio. This family as well as other descendants of Peter Dillon and Mary Veghte Dillon are further profiled at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo and comments courtesy of Dennis Martin Dillin at: ddillin@cmaaccess.com)
  • 2) Thomas Dillon (1850-1911) and family (39 KB)
    Thomas and Sarah Jane (Reed) Dillon and sons, about 1898, probably in Lawrence or Craighead County, Arkansas. Thomas, born March 14, 1850, in Coshocton County, Ohio, is the son of Peter and Sophia (Severns) Dillon. Alva (left), Albert Wayne (front center), and Andrew Jackson (rear). Thomas died April 1, 1911 in Lawrence Co., Arkansas. Thomas was the son of Peter and Sophia Severns Dillon, son of William and Deborah Meredith Dillon, son of Peter Dillon Sr and Mary Veghte Dillon of Coshocton Co., Ohio. The extended family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Dennis Martin Dillin at: ddillin@cmaaccess.com)
  • 3) Elizabeth SOWARDS(1826-1873) (?) (53 KB)
    I am trying to verify this photo as that of Elizabeth Sowards, second wife of William Cyrus Dillon, profiled elsewhere at this site. Elizabeth Sowards was the daughter of Griffin S. SOWARDS and Mary Elizabeth PERKINS. Elizabeth came from a large family. Her siblings were: (1) John P., who married Jane NULL; (2) Catherine, who married John Wylie DILLON, Sr.; (3) Sarah, who married James ROACH; (4) David; (5) Mary E., who married George Sylvester LEWIS; (6) Abigail Jane, who married James Perry BURCHAM; (7) Isaac M.; (8) Rachel, who married John H. WATSON; (9) Mahala, who married Samuel ROACH; (10) William; (11) Lanny Ellen, who married James Jesse ROACH; (12) Lewis Sylvester, who married Mary Jane Callicoat; (13) Griffin, Jr.; (14) Isaac M., who married Mary BURNS; and (15) Donelson SOWARDS. She first married Wilson Basil LEWIS in 1842. To this union were born Elizabeth, Mary Ellen, Mary Ann, Eliza Ann and Sarah Jane LEWIS. After the death of Wilson LEWIS, she married William Cyrus DILLON in 1855. Their family is described under William Cyrus DILLON at this site. I am actively looking for additional information regarding the life and family history of Elizabeth SOWARDS.
  • 4) John H. Dillon home, Geary, OK (56 KB)
    This is the interior of the residence pictured elsewhere at this site, constructed by the very early 1900s. Additional family photos are elsewhere at this site. The family members shown have not been identified. The fascinating history of John Hamilton Dillon's travels from Ohio, to Colorado, to Oklahoma in the 1880s to participate in the 'Land Rush' at Kingfisher in 1889, is described at this site. John Dillon went on to establish the First National Bank of Geary in 1898. (photo courtesy of great granddaughter, Linda Peters Mathews at: linlon@pldi.net)
  • 5) Brook CAPPER (born abt 1877) (30 KB)
    Brook and Mrs CAPPER, here pictured on a Christmas Card, probably taken before 1950, possibly from their home in Lawrence Co., Ohio. Brook was the son of Vincent CAPPER(1854-1882) and Adaville SMITH; the grandson of Joshua CAPPER(1818-1874) and Eleanor (Sarah Ellen) DILLON(1820-1888). Eleanor DILLON was the sister of Vincent DILLON, Sr. Research is underway to locate additional information regarding the Brook CAPPER family. This card was found the personal possession of the extended Brook CAPPER family in Michigan and provided via the courtesy of Kathy Taylor at: taylork@co.oakland.mi.us.
  • 6) John H. Dillon's bedroom, Geary, OK residence (66 KB)
    This early 1900s pic is an additional interior photo of the Dillon residence described elsewhere at this site. John's extended Dillon family is further described at DILLON FOLK and DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY. (photo courtesy of great granddaughter, Linda Peters Mathews at: linlon@pldi.net)
  • 7) Brook CAPPER (born abt 1877) (59 KB)
    See additional Brook CAPPER photo elsewhere at this site.
  • 8) William Washington Dillon (1873-1959) (36 KB)
    William was the son of Jacob Elwood and Elizabeth Bunting Dillon, grandson of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Recent DNA testing has made a compelling case connecting this Dillon line to John and Rachel Hamilton Dillon from Greene Co., PA and to John's father and mother, Peter Dillon Sr and Mary Veghte Dillon. This extended family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 9) Joel Thomas DILLON (1878 - 1932) (47 KB)
    Joel Thomas was the son of Robert Moses DILLON and Mary Frances Elizabeth STARKEY; the grandson of Asa DILLON and Mahala HUTTS; the great grandson of Arthur DILLON and Jane ROSS. Further, our limited and incomplete research shows Joel's DILLON lineage may extend back to the earliest DILLON family for which we have record in Virginia. Any direct male descendant of this line would be an interesting contributor to a DILLON DNA project, the results of which could assistance in verifying this family history. Joel Thomas DILLON married Carrie Lee ROBERTSON(photo elsewhere at this site) in Franklin Co., Virginia in 1904. Franklin Co. has been the home place and starting location for the eventual migration of DILLONs scattered all over the United States. The children of Joel and Carrie were: Lucy Mary, Nannie May, Virginia Pearl, Ruby Ethel, Walter Lee, Rosy Myrtle, William Perry, Zulla Estelle, Lester Lingford, James Thomas and Ben Dillon. With the recent passing of Zulla Estelle, so also is the remaining living member of this family. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977 )
  • 10) Katherine Wait SCUDDER and family (38 KB)
    Katherine WAIT, here pictured with children, Charles, age 7, Sarah, age 4, and George, age 3 months, was the wife of Charles SCUDDER and herself the daughter of Gilbert David WAIT and Sarah Jane DILLON WAIT. This Scioto Co., Ohio WAIT family was dsescended from the prominent WAIT family of Vermont. Sarah Jane DILLON WAIT, the mother of Katherine, was the daughter of the Rev. John William DILLON(1834-1917) and Mary Catherine COX of Portsmouth, Scioto Co., Ohio., granddaughter of Samuel (Henry) DILLON(1811-1895) and Mary E. WHITE of Millers, Lawrence Co., Ohio and great granddaughter of McCager (Micajah) DILLON(1786-1859) and Mary "Polly" CALLICOTT, also of Lawrence Co. This DILLON family line are descendants of the extensive Dillons from Franklin Co., Virginia. This photo was probably taken at the Scudder family residence in Portsmouth. (photo courtesy of Jeanie Burcham at: .jjbur50@hotmail.com)
  • 11) William W. Dillon w dau Anna Ruth and Amy Faye (18 KB)
    William Washington Dillon and his wife Ethel Jane White were the parents of Henry Walter, Amy Faye (right in photo), Harry Wallace, Encil Laymond, Cecil Leonard, James Lesie, Elizabeth Gay and Anna Ruth Dillon (left in photo). This family and extended families lived most or all of their lives in southern eastern Ohio and neighboring West Virginia. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 12) Carrie Lee ROBERTSON (1888 - 1956) (48 KB)
    Carrie was daughter of John ROBERTSON and Nancy PLYBON. She was the wife of Joel Thomas DILLON. Their family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977 )
  • 13) John DILLON COX and Mary Jane ELEY (72 KB)
    John Dillon Cox (1841-1892) and his wife, Mary (1848-1918) are here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio. John was the son of John Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox, and grandson of John Dillon (c1785-c1847), who was born on the ancestral family farm in Greene Co., PA. John, Sr. later resettled to Monroe Co. before eventually moving to Windsor Twp., In Lawrence Co., Ohio, in 1846 with his son, Vincent Dillon, Sr. John Dillon Cox's ggrandfather, Peter Dillon is first located in this country with the New Jersey Militia during the American Revolution in the 1770s. John D. Cox briefly served with Co. "C" 3rd OVI during the Civil War. He is listed as a farmer for most of his life, having succumbed to heart disease at the age of 51. On the side of this gravesite are also listed Edward David Cox and John Hamilton Cox, sons of John D. and Mary J. Dillon. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 14) John William DILLON(1834-1917) and family (45 KB)
    Taken on Thanksgiving Day, 1909, Columbus, Ohio, the Rev. John William DILLON and Mary C. COX DILLON family is descended from Samuel DILLON(1811-1895) and Mary E. WHITE DILLON, and McCager DILLON(1786-1859) and Mary "Polly" CALLICOTT. McCager is reported to have resettled to Lawrence Co., Ohio in the early 1830s from Franklin Co., Virginia. Pictured top row l to r are: Cora Selby (wife of son, Benjamin Hood DILLON), daughter, Sarah Jane DILLON WAIT (wife of Gilbert David WAIT), Gilbert WAIT, Marian WHITNEY DILLON, (wife of son, Edmund Bothwell DILLON), Katharine Waite (daughter of Sarah and Gilbert), Katherine's fiance, Charles Damrin SCUDDER. Sitting in the middle row l to r are: son, Benjamin Hood DILLON, Edmond Selby DILLON (son of Ben and Sarah), Mary Catherine COX DILLON, Rev. John William DILLON, a sister of John DILLON (John had four sisters), Gilbert David WAIT, Jr. Sitting in the front row are: Edmund Whitney DILLON (son of Edmund and Marian), Marian Elizabeth DILLON (duaghter of Edmund and Marian), Mary Catharine DILLON (daughter of Edmund and Marian), Audrey GUTCHESS (listed as a friend), Edmund Bothwell DILLON. (photo courtesy of Jeanie Burcham at: jjbur50@hotmail.com)
  • 15) Sarah Jane Reed Dillon (l) sp/o Thomas Dillon (31 KB)
    Another photo of Sarah Jane, the daughter of Peter Pierce Reed and Sarah Cox is shown here. The extended family of her husband, Thomas Dillon, is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (Photo courtesy of Dennis M. Dillin at: ddillin@cmaaccess.com)
  • 16) Alpha Leroy Dillon (1868-1962) (23 KB)
    Alpha Leroy Dillon was the son of Henry (John Henry) Dillon and Sarah Corn, the grandson of Greer and Mahala Wilson Dillon, the ggrandson of McCager and Mary (Polly) Callicott Dillon. As such he was a descendant of the extensive Dillon line from Franklin Co., Virginia. He was a teacher and a farmer and lived most or all of his life in Rome Twp of Lawrence Co. and Guyan Twp of Gallia Co., Ohio. He married Betty Fulks in 1891, the daughter of William H. and Lucy Ellen Williams Fulks. Their children were: Alden, Stanley Butler, Ferry Leroy, Arnold and Orin Avril Dillon. It is believed Alden may have died young, while Stanley, Ferry, Arnold and Orin went on to serve their country in WWI. Alf and Bettie Dillon are buried in the Crown City Cemetery in Gallia Co. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and the DILLON FOLK photo site.
  • 17) Edward David COX and John Hamilton COX (66 KB)
    Edward David Cox (1867-1890) and John Hamilton Cox (1872-1896) were sons of John Dillon and Mary Jane Cox, also listed on the grave marker with their parents, here in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio. This family is extensively profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 18) Raymond DILLON (1910-1998) (70 KB)
    This photo is believed to be the Raymond Dillon, minister, referenced in the adjacent article, son of Cyrus Harvey DILLON(1875-1948) and Hannah J. DILLON, grandson of Cyrus M. DILLON(1843-1924) and Ellen Oretta TAGG. His Dillon line contines back through William Cyrus DILLON and his father, McCager DILLON, whose roots extend to Franklin Co., Virginia. (photo courtesy of Jeanie Burcham at: jjbur50@hotmail.com)
  • 19) Thomas and Sarah Jane Reed Dillon (left) (41 KB)
    Thomas (1850-1911) and Sarah Jane (Reed) Dillon (left) before sons Andrew Jackson, Alva, and Albert Wayne were born. Thomas and Sarah were married April 9, 1876, at Fulton County, IL. Thomas is the son of Peter and Sophia (Severns) Dillon. Sarah Jane is the daughter of Peter and Sarah (Cox) Reed. Photo was probably taken between mid-1875 to mid-1876 at Fulton County, IL. Couple to right is unknown. However, there is a likelihood that the man seated is James A. Blue and lady behind him may be Mary Caroline Hagen. Peter Dillon was the son of William Dillon and Deborah Meredith Dillon and the grandson of Peter Dillon Sr and Mary Veghte. Peter and Mary eventually resettled from Greene Co., Pennsylvania to Coshocton Co., Ohio where both are believed to have been buried on their Perry Twp farm. (Photo courtesy of Dennis M. Dillin at: ddillin@cmaaccess.com)
  • 20) Alpha Leroy Dillon family c1902 (61 KB)
    left to right - Stanley Butler Dillon, Alpha Leroy Dillon, Ferry Dillon, Betty Fulks Dillon, Arnold Dillon, Orin Dillon (front). This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and the DILLON FOLK photo site.
  • 21) Stanton Sedgewick DEMENT family (52 KB)
    In this photo (l to r) are Daisy Ellis, her step-father, Stanton (Sedgewick) Dement (b. 1867), her mother Ella Jane Ellis Dement, and Andrew Thomas Dement. Andrew is the son of Stanton and Ella Jane. Stanton Dement was the son of John C. Dement (1844-1927) and Margaret "Maggie" A. Dillon (1840-1879). He was born in Lawrence Co., OH, shortly before his family resettled to Worth Co., MO, where his mother, Margaret Dillon, died in 1879. John C. Dement remarried and later resettled with his family to the Portland, OR area. Stanton's mother, Margaret Dillon, was the daughter of Vincent Dillon, Sr., who had resettled to Lawrence Co., OH in 1846, with his father, John. Vincent's grandfather, Peter Dillon, was first located serving with the New Jersey Militia in the 1770s. He later moved to Greene Co., PA, where Vincent and his father, John Dillon were both born. These families are profiled elsewhere at this site and the photos site, DILLON FOLK. This photo was taken in Fossil, Wheeler Co, Oregon, probably during 1896 as Andrew appears to be about one year old. (Photo courtesy of Daniel Campbell at: dgcampbell@aol.com)
  • 22) Sarah Katherine SCUDDER (1916 - 2006) (28 KB)
    Sarah, here shown at the age of one, probably in her Portsmouth, Ohio, home, was the daughter of Charles Damrin SCUDDER and Katherine WAIT, through her mother's line, granddaughter of Gilbert David WAIT and Sarah Jane DILLON; the ggranddaughter of Rev. John William DILLON and Mary Catherine COX. The latter Dillons trace back to Lawrence Co., Ohio, and are profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Jeanie Burcham at: jjbur50@hotmail.com)
  • 23) Thomas Dillon (1850-1911) on the left (34 KB)
    "Photo of Thomas with an unidentified young man, likely James A. Blue. The chair that is shown is in 13 of the 46 photos, so I can assume that these photos were roughly taken at the same time and at the same photography studio. (I’m thinking in either Schuyler or Fulton counties in Illinois.)" (Photo courtesy of Dennis M. Dillin at: ddillin@cmaaccess.com)
  • 24) Alpha Leroy Dillon - December 1961 (36 KB)
    Alpha Leroy and his family are profiled elsewhere at this site and the DILLON FOLK photo site.
  • 25) DEMENT - ELLIS family (41 KB)
    From l to r are Daisy Ellis (1885-1977), Julia Ann Dausman Kyler, Andrew Dement (1895-1972) in front of his mother, Ella Jane Ellis Dement 1870-1955). Daisy Ellis was the daughter of Ella Jane and stepdaughter of Stanton Dement, (not in photo), profiled elsewhere at this site. Julia Ann Kyler was the maternal grandmother of Ella Jane Ellis, the wife of Stanton Dement. Andrew Dement was the son of Stanton Dement and his wife Ella Jane. This photo, was taken in Fossil, Wheeler Co., Oregon, probably in 1900-05. (photo courtesy of Daniel Campbell at: dgcampbell@aol.com)
  • 26) Children of Sylvester and Susan WILLIS DILLON (78 KB)
    Taken possibly in the 1940s at a park in Illinois, from the left are John, Frank, Fay, Ray, Margaret Denver and Donald. Not shown is Roy DILLON. Sylvester(1853-1926) was the son of Ceymore (Seymore) J. DILLON(abt1832-abt1894) and Mary E. "Polly" GOSSETT, the grandson of McCager (Micajah) DILLON and Mary "Polly" CALLICOTT. Sylvester, born in Lawrence Co., Ohio, resettled to Stark Co., Illinois. McCager DILLON resettled to Lawrence Co., Ohio with his family in the 1830s from Franklin Co., Virginia. (photo courtesy of Suzanne DillonVail at: sdv352000@yahoo.com)
  • 27) Lester Dillon in chair with bro Wendell c1922 (51 KB)
    Lester Dillon, age 19 shown here with his brother Wendell, age 17, were the sons of Squire Dillon and Hattie Margaret Null Dillon. Born in Windsor Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio, the boys were the grandsons of William Cyrus Dillon and Elizabeth Sowards Dillon. Lester eventually married Olive May Dement and Wendell married Mary McComas. This photo was taken at the residence of the Dillon family in Muncie, Indiana. (photo courtesy of Judy Erwin Connick at: judehey6670@sbcglobal.net)
  • 28) Evan F. and Bertha Irene Brumfield Dillon (71 KB)
    Evan (1910-1994) was the s/o Thomas Greer, s/o Henry, Greer, McCager Dillon, the latter from Franklin Co., Virginia. Evan lived most of his life in and around Guyan Twp., Gallia Co., and Rome Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio. Bertha (1911-1992) was the daughter of Emmett Berkley "Bert" Brumfield and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Suthers. This extended Dillon family is profiled elsewhere at this site, DILLON FOLK and DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY. (photo courtesy of Roberta Brumfield)
  • 29) Samuel Jackson and Valumnia Jeans DILLON (24 KB)
    Samuel Jackson DILLON (1830-1913) was the son of Thomas Jackson DILLON (1799-1855) and Obedience "Biddy" TYREE, the grandson of Samuel DILLON and (1758-1836) and Judith Chloe FARLEY, an extensive DILLON line from Franklin/Goochland Cos, Virginia. He married Valeriana (Valumnia) Ann JEANS, 25 Apr 1852, in Benton Co., Missouri. To this union were born: William Henry DILLON (married Emma Louise PALMER), Phoebe Ellen DILLON (married Jasper SWEARNGIN), James B. "J. B." Marcellous DILLON (married Eliza Jane COLE), Cincinnatis DILLON (married Melvina SWEARINGIN), Sarah Katherine DILLON (married Madison B. YOUNT), Mary A. DILLON and Maggie DILLON. Samuel Jackson (Jack) Dillon was a Sheriff of Benton County, Missouri during the escapades of the James Brothers. He and his son, James M. Dillon, who was his Deputy, are reported to have helped drive the gang out of Benton county, Missouri. Samuel Jackson DILLON is buried in the Dillon Cemetery, Lincoln, Benton Co., Missouri.
  • 30) Rev. Sylvester DILLON son of Ceymore DILLON (49 KB)
    Sylvester(1853-1926) was one of as many as twelve children of Ceymore (Seymore) J. DILLON(abt1832-abt1894) and Mary E. "Polly" GOSSETT of Lawrence Co., Ohio. He is reported to have married (1)Sarah MANN in 1872 and later (2)Susan WILLIS, a widow with three children. Children with his second wife are profiled elsewhere at this site. In 1908, he resettled from Lawrence Co., Ohio to Stark Co., Illinois, where he died in 1926. Rev. Sylvester DILLON is shown here in the early 1920s on his Bradford Illinois farm. (photo courtesy of Suzanne Dillon Vail at: sdv352000@yahoo.com.)
  • 30a) Hannah Elizabeth Lewis Scarberry and family (29 KB)
    Hannah Elizabeth Lewis (1854-1928) was the daughter of Rachel Dillon (Lewis) daughter of Vincent Dillon Sr. and Hannah Jackson Dillon. She is the lady in the left front of this photo. Hannah’s husband, Noah Webster Scarberry, is on her left. Their older son (center rear) may be Wilbert or Judson. The younger boy (center rear) is probably their youngest son, Roy. The older daughter on the left is probably Leona and the daughter on the right is likely daughter Bessie. Daughter Nellie, the youngest child, is not included here. Their eldest child, son, Judson, may have been excluded as well, though we’re not entirely sure whether the older son, here pictured is Judson or Wilbert. Based on the approximate ages of the Scarberry children, we estimate this photo at c1900, in either Lawrence Co., OH or Cabell Co., WV. The 1880 census for Rome Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio, lists this family with only the two elder sons. By 1900, this family had resettled to the Guyandotte District, Cabell Co., WV, where Hannah is listed as “Hattie” and her mother Rachel (Dillon) Lewis is shown living with this family. As Rachel’s gravesite was never located in Lawrence Co., it is possible, that following her death prior to 1910, she was buried in Cabell Co., WV.
  • 31)William Henry HARRISON, Cynthia 'Sinah' DILLON (30 KB)
    Here pictured are William Henry HARRISON (b. c1805) probably in Franklin Co., Virginia with his wife, Cynthia 'Sinah' DILLON, (b. c.1809). They were married in 1826 before moving westward and eventually resettling to Cabell Co., Virginia. Their children include Otis, Celia, Abigail Lucinda, Catharine, William R., John Henry, Mary V., Columbia J., James T. and Salena R. Harrison. Cynthia Dillon's Dillon line is shown to extend to William, b. 1763 thru James William, b. abt1726 to possibly Henry and Elinor from New Kent, Virginia. (This photo was copied from the website of Rusty DILLON at: http://users.zoominternet.net/~lrdillon)
  • 32) Descendants of Sylvester DILLON(1853-1926) (60 KB)
    Shown are four generations of descendants of Sylvester DILLON; from the left and generation (3) David Michael DILLON, (1) Denver Myles DILLON, (4) Jennifer Dale DILLON and (2) Kenneth Gene DILLON. Photo taken in Pensacola, FL in the fall of 1978. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Suzanne Dillon Vail at sdv352000@yahoo.com.)
  • 32a) Anna Ruth Dillon Stull Jones (a later photo) (19 KB)
    Anna Ruth (1918-1996) pictured here in the summer of 1996, was the daughter of William Washington and Ethel Jane White Dillon, granddaughter of Jacob Elwood and Elizabeth Bunting Dillon. She was the youngest of the eight children of William and Ethel. She is a descendant of an extensive Dillon line that lived in the counties along the boundary of southeastern Ohio and neighboring West Virginia. Anna Ruth was the mother of five children and lived her entire life in several West Virginia locations. She as well as her extended Dillon family are profiled extensively elsewhere at this photo site. (Photo courtesy of her daughter, Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com) 1/2008
  • 33) Nelson (1848-1926) and Mary T. McLead Cox (51 KB)
    Nelson Headley Cox may have been the eleventh child of John Campbell and Mary Dillon Cox (profiled elsewhere at this site). He may have been born in Athens Co., Ohio, died in Hocking Co. and is here buried with his wife, Mary McLead Cox, in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio. Nelson served as a Pvt. with Co. "D" of the 194th OVI during the Civil War from 02-15-1865 to 05-30-1865. Serving only three months and 15 days, he was discharged in Cumberland, Maryland with a lung disease, before eventually to returning to farming in Ohio. Nelson and Mary were married in Waterloo Twp., and to this union were born: William Harrison, Selby Norman, Carrie E., Orpha A., Zern D. and Jose V.Cox.
  • 34) Garrison Hamilton and Esther Hamilton (59 KB)
    Garrison J. Hamilton (1871-1944) was the son Thomas Jefferson Hamilton and Anna Cox Hamilton, and the grandson of John Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox. Nancy's Dillon family lived largely in the Monroe Co and Lawrence Co areas of Ohio from the middle 1800s and well into the 1900s. She was the daughter of John Dillon and Rachel Hamilton Dillon, and the granddaughter of Peter Dillon and Mary Veghte who resettled to Coshocton Co. from Greene Co., Pennsylvania by 1820. Garrison and wife, Esther Eliza "Liza" Pena (1864-1936), here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio, were the parents of Clara Bell and Nancy E. Hamilton. Garrison was known to be a coal miner. These Hamilton, Cox and Dillon families are profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 35) Hamilton Cox and Fannie Daugherty Cox (61 KB)
    Hamilton Cox (1846-1921) was one of the younger children of John and Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox. Per the various censuses he was a coal miner and a farmer during his life in Athens and Vinton Cos., Ohio. He married Fannie Daugherty in New Marshfield in 1870 and to this union were born: Annie B., Nancy, Debbie, Carl Hamilton, John Vaughn and Hugh D. Cox. This extended Cox family and the Dillon family of Hamilton's mother are profiled elsewhere at this site and the DILLON FOLK photo site.
  • 36) Evan F. & Bertha I. Brumfield Dillon grave (71 KB)
    This gravesite for Evan and Bertha is in the Crown City Cemetery, Guyan Twp., Gallia Co., Ohio. This extended Dillon family is profiled elsewhere at this site, DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Roberta Brumfield)
  • 37) John William and Irma Haskell Dunfee (47 KB)
    Reported to have been born in Lawrence Co., OH in 1873, the son of Isaac Dunfee and Martha Jane "Mattie" Dillon Dunfee, "Bill", as his friends called him, eventually worked his way to Cripple Creek, Colorado, before arriving in Goldfield, Nevada c1906. By 1912, he was active in the nearby mining community of Hornsilver (later to be known as Gold Point), where he discovered and began developing the rich Orlean lease. In 1923 he married Irma Haskell, a high school teacher in nearby Goldfield. In 1928, John William and Irma adopted a very young lady, to be known as Nevada Imogene Dunfee, their only child. In September 1931, while active and involved in developing his Hornsilver mining leases, "J. W." Dunfee became suddenly ill and died in transport to his Goldfield doctor. He was buried in the Goldfield Cemetery. His story and that of his family, his Hornsilver life and mining career are profiled in "Hornsilver / Gold Point, Nevada" by Alan H. Patera, 2003, from which this photo and information was taken, all originally provided courtesy of his granddaughter, Camille Henry. Several additional photos of John William Dunfee and his daughter, Nevada Imogene, are posted at this site.
  • 38) Kenneth DILLON and Siblings (48 KB)
    Taken in the summer of 1988, just outside Columbus, Indiana at Brown County Park, from the left, front row: Kenneth Gene DILLON, Carol June DILLON STUM, Joyce Ellaine DILLON SCHELL, Ronald Lee DILLON, Ralph Douglas DILLON. Back row: Robert Dean DILLON, Rebecca Ann DILLON FERM, Richard Lewis DILLON. This family and their lineage is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Suzanne DILLON VAIL at: sdv352000@yahoo.com.)
  • 39) John William (Bill) Dunfee and friend (51 KB)
    John William c1930 in Hornsilver, Nevada. His story is profiled elswehere at this site. (photo courtesy of Camille Henry, granddaughter of John William and Irma Haskell Dunfee)
  • 40) Denver Myles DILLON children and grandchildren (62 KB)
    Turkey Run Gathering: Summer 1978, my grandpa, his local children and grandchildren. From left, front row: Bus ARMETROUT (Aunt Doris' husband) in white shirt and shoes, Eric FERM ( Aunt Becky's red haired son ), Jimmy DILLON (Uncle Bob's son with red jacket), Karen DILLON (Uncle Ralph's red-haired daughter), Kenneth DILLON with Suzy DILLON (daughter) between his arms, Michael DILLON (Ralph's son), Kevin FERM (Rebecca's son), Carol Sue DILLON (Ralph's wife); Middle row: Richard (Peach) DILLON, Rita DILLON (Uncle Peach's wife), Dawn DILLON (Uncle Peach's step-daughter), Pam DILLON (Uncle Ralph's daughter with Dorothy Hamil haircut), Mark DILLON (Ken's son with hand on face), Rebecca FERM, Joan DILLON (Bob's wife in profile). Back row: Janine DILLON ( Ken's red-haired daughter), Joan DILLON (Kenneth's wife in profile), Velma DILLON (Denver's wife), Allan SCHELL (Joyce's husband), Joyce SCHELL, Dever DILLON, Doris ARMETROUT (Thresa DILLON's sister) and Robert DILLON. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo couresy of Suzanne DILLON VAIL at: sdv352000@yahoo.com)
  • 41) John William Dunfee gravesite, Goldfield, NV (56 KB)
    (photo courtesy of Camille Henry, granddaughter of John William and Irma Haskell Dunfee)
  • 42) Denver-Thresa DILLON family reunion (1986) (61 KB)
    1st bi-annual Denver-Thresa DILLON family reunion, taken at Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, summer 1986. From left; seated: Karen DILLON, Carol Sue DILLON, Jennifer DILLON, Christine DILLON, Myles DILLON between legs, Mark DILLON. Front row: Tom TAYLOR (Thresa's brother), Doris ARNETROUT (Thresa's sister), Terry ARNETROUT (Doris's son), Karen DILLON, Judy DILLON, Joanie DILLON. Middle row: Ralph DILLON (in Hawaiian shirt), Suzanne DILLON (between Judy and Joanie's head), Mary DILLON and Rita DILLON. Back row: James FERM, Kevin FERM, Becky FERM, David DILLON (with son, Brian on shoulders), Ken DILLON, Paul DILLON, Bob DILLON, Eric FERM and Jim DILLON. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Suzanne DILLON VAIL at: sdv352000@yahoo.com)
  • 43) Nevada Imogene Dunfee c1930 (73 KB)
    Daughter of John William "Bill" Dunfee and Irma Haskell Dunfee profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Camille Henry, granddaughter of John William and Irma Haskell Dunfee)
  • 44) Leland Stanford DILLON (1903-1960) (140 KB)
    Leland is pictured here as a teacher with the South Point High School class of 1931-1932. He also taught at Aid High School, also in Lawrence Co., OH, prior to completing med school at OSU and opening a medical office in Chesapeake. He was the fourth eldest of nine children of Vincent F. “Ferrie” and Nettie A. Dillon of South Point. Leland and this Dillon family are profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Helen Dillon Riley at: hlnriley@earthlink.net)
  • 45) Former Julia May Dillon residence, Lowell, OH (53 KB)
    A recent view (2006) of former DILLON residence, Main St., Lowell, OH. See PHOTOS #48, #78, #94, #108, #111, #114, #116 for details.
  • 46)Thomas Jefferson Hamilton and Anna Cox Hamilton (66 KB)
    Thomas Jefferson Hamilton (1824-1907) married Anna Cox (1839-1920), the daughter of John Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox. Anna's maternal grandmother, Rachel Hamilton, Nancy's mother, may have been the same Hamilton line. The New Marshfield Cemetery has several other Hamilton gravesites. Thomas Hamilton was a life long farmer who spent 3 years, 2 months and 21 days active duty with the 18th OVI during the Civil War in which he participated in battles at Stone River, Chicamauga, Stone Mountain, Mission Ridge. Thomas and Anna were the parents of: Nancy J., John E., Hattie B., Eliza T., Garrison J., Thomas Franklin, Anna and Samuel Nelson Hamilton.
  • 47) George Washington, Clarice Myers DILLON (1988) (79 KB)
    George W. DILLON (1910-1991) was the ninth child of John William DILLON (1861-1937) and Sarah Jane McCOMAS DILLON (1876-1956) of Lawrence Co., Ohio. He was the grandson of William Cyrus DILLON (1817-1903) and Elizabeth SOWARDS (1826-1873) and great grandson of McCager DILLON (17860-1859) and Mary "Polly" CALLICOTT (abt 1790 - 1874), who resettled to Lawrence Co. from Franklin Co., Virginia, after 1830. Both sets of grandparents are buried in the Kingery Cemetery, Lawrence Co. Additional details of these families are available at: DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY at: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dillon and DILLON FOLK at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/i/l/Henry-S-Dillon/ (This photo courtesy of Helen Dillon Riley at: hlnriley@earthlink.net)
  • 48) Former Julia May Dillon residence, Lowell, OH (60 KB)
    A recent view (2006) of former DILLON residence, Main St., Lowell, OH. View taken from front porch. See PHOTOS #45, #78, #94, #108, #111, #114, #116 for details.
  • 49) Irvin Wilson DILLON (1914-1999) (21 KB)
    Irvin DILLON, here pictured by the Ironton Tribune during his WW II service was the son of John William and Sarah Jane McCOMAS DILLON of the Greasy Ridge and Scottown region of Lawrence Co. He was the eleventh born of the twelve children of John and Sarah. His siblings included: Leroy Douglas "Roy" (died in his youth), Bertha Alice who married George Elva CALLICOAT, Carrie Estel who married Lawrence Joy BOSTER, William Clovis who married Verna LEMLEY, John Pearl who married Selma ROBINSON, Ogle Raymond who married Selma ROBINSON, Etta Ellen who married Raymond THACKER, Owen Virgil who married Mildred ROBINSON, George Washington who married Clarice Alta MYERS, Rachel America who married Clarence W. SHAFER and Margaret Nadine who married Dillard Wilson BELVILLE. Irvin Dillon was the grandson of William Cyrus DILLON (1817-1903) and Elizabeth SOWARDS and great grandson of McCager DILLON 1786-1859) and Mary "Polly" CALLICOTT from Franklin Co., Virginia. His life and the lives of many of the other Dillons here referenced are profiled elsewhere at this site, the DILLON FOLK photo site, the Rootweb website DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY. (Photo courtesy of Helen Dillon Riley at: hlnriley@jearthlink.net)
  • 50) Asa Dillon (1911-1978) (55 KB)
    Asa was the son Hiram Banks Dillon and Hiram's second wife, Gertrude Willis. He was born in Willow Wood, Lawrence Co., Ohio. He married Anna Mildred Heisler in 1933, and to this union were born; Rose Patsy Lue, Asa Marvin, Georgia (Georgie) Etta, Richard Wayne, Priscilla Louise and Elizabeth Lydia Dillon. Early on, Asa and his young family moved down river to Adams Co., Ohio, where several of his younger children were born. Asa was the grandson of Creed Cecil Dillon and great grandson of Squire Dillon, likely the first of this Dillon line to resettle to Lawrence Co. from Franklin Co., Virginia. (photo courtesy of Ken Hurd at: khurd77@yahoo.com)
  • 51) William Henry DILLON and Lucinda Powell DILLON (60 KB)
    William Henry Dillon(1840-1905) and Lucinda Powell Dillon(1841-1914), here pictured, were the parents of approximately twelve children, born in Lawrence Co., OH or Lincoln Co., WV. William Henry was the son of Creed Cecil Dillon(1811-1879) and Abigail Rebecca "Betsy" SMITH, and the grandson of Esquire (Squire) Dillon(1785-1857) and Celia "Crecy" "Cecilia" WARD. Squire Dillon, from Franklin Co., VA, may have been the first of his Dillon line to resettle to Lawrence Co. This photo was received courtesy of Helen Dillon Riley at: hlnriley@earthlink.net with her note as follows: “This is the picture of my great-grandfather and great-grandmother, William Henry Dillon b. 1840, Lawrence Co. OH; d. Willow Wood, Lawrence Co. OH, 1905; Lucinda was b. 1841, Greenup Co. KY; d. 1914, Kitts Hill, Lawrence Co. OH. They were m. 30 Sept. 1860, Lawrence Co., OH. Both buried at Myrtle Ridge Cem., Lawrence Co. OH.” This photo looks to have been taken c.1880. The tintype original has deteriorated during the past 125 or so years.
  • 52) Asa Dillon res, Coal Grove, Lawrence Co., Ohio (50 KB)
    Asa Dillon in addition to farming was a stone mason. This home in Coal Grove, which still stands, is a product of his efforts as a mason. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Ken Hurd at: khurd77@yahoo.com)
  • 53) William A. Cox (1858-1902) (52 KB)
    William Cox, here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, may be William Andrew Cox. Though several other Cox family members are buried here, they appear to be associated with a single family. William has not been identified with this family. More research is necessary to establish his family line.
  • 54) William Henry DILLON (1840-1905) (58 KB)
    This great photo has been in the family of the submitter for many years. Details of the life and family of William Henry Dillon are described elsewhere at this site with the family photo of both William Henry and his wife Lucinda Powell Dillon. (Photo courtesy of Ray Terry at: Ray_Terry@hotmail.com)
  • 55) Asa Dillon milking (63 KB)
    Asa Dillon, here picture, is likely at his Adams Co., Ohio home in the late 1930s or early 1940s. The Asa Dillon family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Ken Hurd at: khurd77@yahoo.com)
  • 56) Jasper Newton Cox and Lizzie Keeton Cox (50 KB)
    Jasper Cox (1858-1945) and Lizzie Cox (1860-1944) are here probably shown near their Athens Co., Ohio home. Jasper was the son of Alison Cox and Mary Phillips Cox and the grandson of John Campbell Cox (c1802-1860) and Nancy Dillon Cox (1806-1879). Nancy's Dillon family traces back to Greene Co., Pennsylvania. Jasper and Lizzie had twelve children, ten of which grew to adulthood. Jasper was coal miner for much of his life and a farmer in later years. His extended family is profiled elsewhere at this site. Both Jasper and Lizzie are buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio.
  • 57) Elihue COX (1837-1905) (78 KB)
    Elihue, the son of John Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox, is here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, a few miles to the west of Athens, Ohio. His gravestone indicates he was a member of Co. B, the 62nd Ohio Infantry, Confederate States of America. If this was the case, this unit was no doubt an assembly of Ohio volunteers sympathetic with the Confederate cause during the Civil War period. However, we have information suggesting he may have been mustered into Co. K, 116th OVI in October of 1862, and later transferred to Co. B, 62nd OVI in June of 1865. How and why his gravestone was inscribed with C. S. A., will require further investigation. At any rate his gravestone represents a brief glimpse into the turbulent life of that period, 150 years ago. He married Drusilla Lowry in 1862 in Athens Co. To this union were born Elihue Ellsworth, Charlotte, Elijah William, Susan Belle and Leona Cox. Though Elihue(1837-1905), born in Monroe Co., Ohio, died in nearby Hocking Co., his body was returned to the New Marshfield to be buried with his family. (photo courtesy of R. E. Cox of Athens, Ohio)
  • 58) Jasper Newton Cox and Lizzie Keeton Cox (41 KB)
    This family and their extended family are profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 59) Hamilton COX (1846-1921) (54 KB)
    Hamilton Cox(1846-1921) was the son of John Campbell Cox(1802-1860) and Nancy Dillon Cox(1807-1879). He married Fannie Daugherty in 1870 in Athens Co., Ohio. To this union were born Anna, Nancy, Debbie, Carl Hamilton, John Vaughn and Hugh D. Cox. Rachel Hamilton, married to John Dillon, the maternal grandparents of Hamilton Cox, may have been the source of the Hamilton name, used widely as a given name for descendants of John and Rachel. Hamilton was probably born in Athens Co. and though he died in Vinton Co., was buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery a few miles to the west of Athens, Ohio. This was also the gravesite location for his parents, several siblings and cousins. The given name, Hugh, may have been taken from the father of Rachel Hamilton Dillon. The mother of Hamilton, Nancy Dillon Cox, was probably the eldest child of John and Rachel Hamilton Dillon, and the sister of Vincent Dillon Sr., who eventually resettled in Lawrence Co., Ohio, in the middle 1840s. (photo courtesy of R. E. Cox of Athens, Ohio)
  • 60) Jasper Newton Cox extended family (56 KB)
    Jasper and Lizzie Cox are located in the middle of this Cox family gathering. This family is profiled extensively elsewhere at this site.
  • 61) Joel Thomas Dillon (1878-1932) (34 KB)
    Joel, the son of Robert Moses Dillon and Mary Frances Elizabeth Starkey, was from a long established line of Virginia Dillons. He married Carrie Lee Robertson in 1904 and to this union were born - Lucy Mary, Nannie May, Virginia Pearl, Ruby Ethel, Walter Lee, Rosy Myrtle, William Perry, Zulla Estelle, Lester Lingford, James Thomas and Ben Dillon. Joel is listed as a farmer in the Franklin Co. Census. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977)
  • 62) Mary Frances Elizabeth Starkey (1852-1921) (48 KB)
    Mary Frances Starkey married Robert Moses Dillon in Franklin Co., Virginia in 1868. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977)
  • 63) Robert Moses Dillon (1842-1919) (46 KB)
    Robert Dillon, married to Mary Frances Elizabeth Starkey was the father of: James McDowell, Julia Ann, Samuel Eddie, Joel Thomas, Robert Moses "Sweet" Dillon, Jr. and Martha Lee Dillon. This family descends from a long line of Franklin County, Virginia Dillons. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977)
  • 64) Columbus (Cull) DILLIN (DILLON) (1842-1939) (1 KB)
    His full name was Alexander Rodger Columbus Delano (Cull) Dillin. He was a most interesting individual, partially because of his varied experiences and travels, but largely because he lived a long life and eventually recorded his own history. He was the last born of the nine children of Israel Dillin and Mary Jane Hall Dillin, born on the family farm near Millwood, Knox Co., Ohio. His obituary reads as follows, Columbus Delano Dillin (1842-1939) "Columbus Delano Dillin, son of Israel Dillin and Mary Hall Dillin, was born in Millwood, Knox County, Ohio, August 31, 1842 and was the youngest of a large family. In 1850, with his father and mother he moved to Marengo, Iowa, where he lived until he reached manhood. It was here that he enlisted in the Civil War as a member of Company G, 7th Iowa Infantry. He received an honorable mention at the battle of Shiloh. His brother, John Dillin, 1st Lieutenant, was killed in this battle and Columbus Dillin was given his brother's commission. Later he was given a Captain's commission. He was in prison nineteen months during the war, nine of which were spent in Libby Prison. After his return from the war Mr. Dillin was married to Lucinda Crenshaw and to them were born nine children: Josephus Israel, John Walter, Cora Belle, Allie, Nellie, Ruth, Hugo, Blanche, Elsie May and Mary Lois. During the years they resided in Marengo, Mr. Dillin served in several capacities in the court house and was admitted to the bar. Some years later he moved to Neola where he was engaged in the grain and lumber business for twenty years. Later he was connected with the Armour Grain Company and made his home in Chicago. After the death of Mrs Dillin he retired from business and moved to Monaskon, Virginia, where he owned a large farm. In 1926, he went to Los Angeles, CA., and in 1928 was married to Clara Sherman Ball. They came East to atttend the reunion at Gettysburg
  • 65) William Henry Lemley (c1846-1865) (39 KB)
    William was the first of perhaps twelve children born to Rachel Dillon Lemley and Samuel Lemley. During his short life he married Mary Jane Fuller and fathered one child, Eliza Jane Lemley, b. 24 May 1864 in Windsor Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio. Though he survived participation in the Civil War (Co. E of the 173rd OVI), he died (cause unknown) in the fall of 1865. "Wm Henry Lemley survived the war. He was discharged from Co. E of the 173rd Ohio Infantry on 26 Jun 1865. He served in that unit with his father. Based upon birth and marriage dates, I figure he died in the fall of 1865 in Windsor Twp., Lawrence Co., OH. I have no idea of cause of death. Also, I do not know where he is buried - best guess would be Perkin's Ridge Cemetery." (Blair's note) His mother, Rachel Dillon (1830-1877), was the last of twelve children born to John and Rachel Hamilton Dillon. Rachel Dillon was probably born in Franklin Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania on the farm and land of her grandfather, Peter Dillon, Sr. and grandmother, Mary Veghte Dillon. (photo courtesy of Blair Bollinger at: bjb@mac.com)
  • 66) Obadiah DILLIN (DILLON) (1825-1911) (1 KB)
    Obadiah was the second eldest child of Israel Dillin(1800-1854) and Mary Jane Hall Dillin(1802-1851), grandson of Peter Dillon(1754-1823) and Mary Veghte Dillon of Perry Twp., Coshocton Co., Ohio. He married Edith (Edy) Welker(1) in Knox Co., Ohio in 1846 and later a Mary Row(2). With his first wife he had the following children: Mary Elizabeth, Lucinda F., Winfield Scott, Charles Rolland, John Fremont and Lulu G.(Lou) Dillin. There is also record of, at least, one male infant child who died very young. Obadiah with his brother, William H., and their father, Israel Dillin, made a prospecting trip to the vicinity of Marengo, Iowa, a few years before 1850. They liked the land, and the two sons with their families, moved to Iowa sooner than did their father. Obadiah and William H. operated seven flour mills in that county at one time. He was also a bridge-building contractor. He was also elected county treasurer. He was a mason and one of the incorporators of Marengo, Iowa. This line of Dillons has maintained the ‘in’ spelling of their surname. Though Israel Dillin may have spelled his name with an ‘in’, the surname of Peter Dillon, Sr., Israel’s father, was spelled several different ways. Peter, according to various deeds to which he was a signature, was illerate. So, we’ll never know which spelling he preferred. Some have suggested the ‘in’ spelling was Protestant and the ‘on’ spelling Catholic. However, neither was consistent in this Dillon line. Further, there are, at least, a dozen additional spellings for Dillon found in the research. With his second wife, Mary Row, Obadiah moved to Laredo, Missouri in 1898 where he died in 1911. Obadiah’s obituary reads, “Funeral Notice". “Died at his residence in Laredo, Grundy County, Missouri, Saturday morning, March 25, 1911, at 9 o'clock Obadiah Dillin - aged eighty-five years, eight months and twenty six days. Funeral services will be held at the residence,
  • 67) Elwood Dillon and Sarah Baker Dillon (65 KB)
    Elwood Dillon(1836-1927), here pictured with his wife, Sarah Baker Dillon, was the son of Hugh Dillon and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Born in Monroe Co., Ohio, probably the second child to Hugh and Catherine, and probably the first born in Monroe Co., following the probable resettlement of Hugh and Catherine to Ohio with their extended family. Elwood married Sarah Baker in Allen Co., Indiana in 1862 and later is listed in the 1920 Woodward Co., Oklahoma Census living with the family of his daughter, Rosa May Dillon and her husband, Charles Edwin Mitten. Elwood and Sarah were eventually buried in the Stockton Cemetery, Rooks Co., Kansas (see the gravestone for Elwood and Sarah at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/i/l/Henry-S-Dillon/PHOTO/0260photo.html). Why or when Elwood and Sarah got to Rooks Co., is not clearly understood. However, a descendant has described that "Elwood homesteaded on a quarter section of ground a few miles south of old Webster, where not too many years ago you could see bits of the old sod house they originally lived in." The son of Elwood and Sarah, Jacob Henry Dillon and his wife, Fannie E. Hartman, are known to have lived in or near the community of Webster in Rooks Co., and are also buried in the Stockton Cemetery. Elwood and Sarah are known to have had the following children: Jacob Henry, Benjamin F., Margaret, Susan K. and Rosa May Dillon. (photo courtesy of Robert Mitten at: robtmitten@sbcglobal.net)
  • 68) Ruth DILLIN (DILLON) (1839-1926) (9 KB)
    Ruth was the eighth child and next to the youngest of the children born to Israel Dillin and Mary Jane Hall Dillin. Little is known of her life with the exception of information taken from the Talmage Owen Dillon manuscript, which lists her spouse as N. P. B. Vineyard. Ruth was married abt 1860 in Marengo, Iowa Co., Iowa. She eventually was the mother of the following children; Hubert, Agnes (Aggie), Amelia V. (Millie), lived in San Diego in 1947, Zuelah (Zula) and Julia. Further research in Marengo history and references may turn up additional information. (Photo courtesy of Peter Hladky, Marengo, Iowa.).
  • 69) Hamilton DILLON (c1840-1898) (44 KB)
    This photo of Section 1 Lot 1, Clarington Cemetery, Monroe Co., Ohio, was sold to P. Dillon possibly in the 1880s or 1890s, and was believed to have been the first lot sold in this cemetery, according to "Butch" Rush. Mr. Rush possesses and maintains perhaps the only cemetery plot of this cemetery by virtue of his connection to the local mortuary business. The original cemetery lots were 20x20 and were purchased for $6.00 per lot. The large lot size was no doubt to accommodate the large families of that period. This grave marker is believed to be that of Peter Dillon's son, Hamilton Dillon, who took his own life in 1898. Hamilton Dillon is listed as "age 25, 5 feet 10 inches high, dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair" at the time of his Civil War discharge, March 8, 1866, Columbus, OH, 77th Regiment, Ohio OVI. By virtue of his Civil War experience he is beneficiary of a new flag placed annually on his gravesite according to Mr Rush. He married Sarah Ellen Swords in 1965, but we have no information regarding any children for this couple. There may be additional graves on this lot as surface variations suggest the possibility of several irregular depressions. However, no additional grave markers are present. The weathered limestone marker may have included the name of his wife, but this is only speculation. A closeup photo of the gravestone inscription is posted elsewhere on this site.
  • 70) Elwood, Sarah Dillon and unidentified couple (72 KB)
    Elwood and Sarah Baker Dillon are probably the couple on the right. The couple to the left may have been family members, but so far remain unidentified. Elwood Dillon and family are profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Robert Mitten at: robtmitten@sbcglobal.net)
  • 71) Thomas DILLIN (DILLON) (1829-1888) (27 KB)
    Thomas is believed to have been the fourth born child and third son born to Israel Dillin and Mary Jane Hall Dillin. About 1853 he married Hester Ann Wilson and to this union were born: Tilcus R. 'Tick', Molly R., Curtis A., William H., John I and Thomas. Thomas and family are reported to have moved to in the 1880s to Santa Ana, California, later to Los Angeles. His grave is in the Los Angeles area in the Evergreen Cemetery. Presumably his descendants may still be living in the greater Los Angeles area. (Photo courtesy of Peter Hladky, Marengo, Iowa.).
  • 72) Hamilton DILLON (c1840 - 1898) closeup (41 KB)
    The known details of Hamilton Dillon's life are posted elsewhere at this site. On this very weathered limestone grave marker is a closeup of the inscription on his Clarington, Ohio, gravestone. Some effort has produced the likely surname as DILLON. This lot is known to have been sold to "P. Dillon", is described as Section 1, lot 1, most likely the first lot sold in this cemetery.
  • 73) Sarah Baker Dillon (right) (1841-1910) (60 KB)
    An additional photo of Sarah Baker Dillon, perhaps here pictured with a family member, was the wife of Elwood Dillon (1836-1927), the son of Hugh and Catheine Schultz Dillon. This family has been profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Bob Mitten at: robtmitten@sbcglobal.net)
  • 74) Nancy DILLON COX (1807 - 1879) (45 KB)
    Another closeup view of Nancy's gravesite in the Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio.
  • 75) Charles Elwood Dillon (1870-1950) (81 KB)
    On the back of this photo is written, "From Charles Dillon, Empire, Ohio." In all probability, this was Charles Elwood Dillon, son of Samuel and Sarah Jane Scott Dillon. Charles would have been the middle child of their seven children. His siblings were: Nancy Elizabeth, William Henry, David, Charles, Catherine Ann, Albert Roseman and Mary Rachel Florence Dillon. Samuel Dillon was fourth child of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Charles Elwood married Martha Lucretia (Lu) Stillwell. To this union were born, at least, four children. Charles and Martha lived their lives in Jefferson Co., Ohio and Tyler Co., West Virginia. This extended family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Bob Mitten at: robtmitten@sbcglobal.net)
  • 76) Arthur Orison DILLON (1873 - 1958) (25 KB)
    Arthur Orison Dillon, son of Peter Orison Dillon(1846-1879) and Belle Anne (Cottingham) Dillon, was born July 7, 1873, in Lexington, LeSueur County, Minnesota. He attended State Normal Schools at St. Cloud and Mankato, Minnesota and became a Deputy United States Marshal in Washington, 1894. After teaching for several years, He graduated with the degree of L. L. B., at Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana in 1906. He began the practice of law in Seattle, Washington, 1906, but resettled to Upland, California in 1911. This was the beginning of an active and prosperous legal career during which time he participated in numerous professional associations, much too detailed to thoroughly describe here. A more detailed account can be found at the DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY website, in a summary taken from his book, "The Ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon and His Poems", by Arthur Orison Dillon, 1927. Arthur’s father, Peter Orison Dillon was the son of Peter Dillon(1811-1881), son Thomas Dillon(1784-1846), son of Peter Dillon, Sr., and Mary Veghte Dillon from Greene Co., Pennsylvania. Nothing is known of his siblings, if he married or had children. Arthur died in Pomona, Los Angeles Co., California, 22 January 1958. This photo was taken from the book, "DILLON/DILLIN FAMILY HISTORY, (FIVE GENERATIONS FROM PETER DILLON, SR., 1754-1823) compiled by Talmage Owen Dillon (1889-1962), edited and printed by Dennis Peter Hladky and Vera Dillin Combs.
  • 77) Nancy DILLON COX (1807 - 1879) (42 KB)
    Nancy is believed to be the eldest child of John Dillon (c1785 - c1846) and Rachel Hamilton Dillon (c1785 - c1840). She was born in Pennsylvania and married John Campbell Cox (c1802 - 1860) in Belmont Co., Ohio, in 1824. To this union were born: Allison, William, Elizabeth, Mary, Elihue, Anna, John Dillon, Hamilton, Nelson Headley, Garison Read and Shelby M. Cox. The 1830 Belmont Co. Census for Warren Twp., lists, at least, one additional younger male 0-5 years of age. John and Nancy later resettled to Franklin Twp., Monroe Co., Ohio for the 1840, 1850 Censuses before resettling to Athens Co., Ohio by 1860. Nancy was a sister to Vincent Dillon, Sr., who resettled to Lawrence Co., Ohio in the middle 1840s from Monroe Co., the first of his Dillon line to do so. Nancy and John were here buried in the Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio, just a few miles to the west of the city of Athens.
  • 78) Rosa Dillon Mitten and family (87 KB)
    "Elwood Dillon's daughter Rosa, in carriage with her children, my father George Edwin Mitten and my aunt Marjorie (infant on mother's lap). Rosa's husband, Charlie Edwin Mitten, stands alongside with his dog. This was taken in the yard of their farm near Tangier, Oklahoma. My dad was born in 1907, so this may have been about 1910. Marjorie passed away last year." (described by Bob Mitten). Rosa was the youngest of the five children of Elwood and Sarah Baker Dillon. Elwood was the son of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. This extended family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Bob Mitten at: robtmitten@sbcglobal.net)
  • 79) Richard David and Zulla Estelle Dillon Barbour (35 KB)
    Zulla Estelle was the daughter of Joel Thomas Dillon and Carrie Lee Robertson, profiled elsewhere at this site. Richard was the son of William Barbour and Martha Bennett Barbour. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977)
  • 80) Arthur Orison DILLON (another photo) (18 KB)
    This photo was taken from his book, "The Ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon and his Poems" by Arthur Orison Dillon, published in 1927. Arthur Orison Dillon is profiled through numerous photos at this site and DILLON KINDRED.
  • 81) John Campbell COX (c1802-1860) (68 KB)
    Very little information has been located regarding John Campbell Cox, husband of Nancy Dillon Cox, here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio. The Warren Twp., Belmont Co., Ohio Census lists a John Cox of approsimately the correct age as well as a Joseph Cox, older in age, perhaps John's father. The 1850 Monroe Co., Ohio Census lists John's birth location as GA. But this is in contrast to the remaining censuses which show John's birth location as Ohio. John and his family are further profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 82) Alvie Jackson DILLIN (43 KB)
    Alvie Jackson Dillin is a 5th generation descendant of Peter Dillon Sr and Mary Veghte Dillon. Peter Sr is believed to have been an Irish immigrant who settled in New Jersey just prior to the American Revolution. His story is described at DILLON FOLK and his extended family is profiled there as well as at the DILLON FAMILY PHOTOS and DILLON KINDRED sites. Alvie Jackson Dillin is a descendant of the line of William Dillon, son of Peter Dillon Sr. "This is Dad's photo shortly after the war. He was awarded five bronze stars for his actions from Normandy, Belgium, Germany, and Czechoslovakia. I’ve traced his movements while he was assigned to the 56th Signal Battalion, V Corps, 1st Army. The 56th was one of the most highly decorated signal units during WW II. The picture was taken at Mom’s brother’s farm in Arkansas, A.J.’s brother-in-law Sloan Martin’s farm at Bono, Arkansas. A J’s tour of duty in Europe included: initial assault of Easy Red Sector Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, D-Day plus 3; liberation of Paris, France; Battle of the Bulge, Belgium; liberation of Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Germany; end of war at Pilzen, Czechoslovakia." "Perhaps you can see the subtle facial traits of this young Dillin boy compared to other Dillon/Dillin boys. Dad was born with black hair and green eyes. Although his dad also had black hair, he had gray eyes. I’ve heard or read that raven-haired, green-eyed Irishmen used to be considered Black Irishmen, and came from a certain region/area/county (of Ireland)." (photo and description courtesy of Dennis Martin Dillin, son of A. J. Dillin at: ddillin@cmaaccess.com)
  • 83) Zulla E. Dillon Barbour (top) wi stepdaughter (42 KB)
    Zulla Estelle's Dillon family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Michael Barbour at: StarCityBoy1977)
  • 84) Jennie Bertha DILLON FULKS (1874-1954) (72 KB)
    Jennie Dillon, was the youngest child of William S. Dillon(1838-1907)and Rachel Reed Dillon(1835-1884) and the brother of Vincent F. Dillon profiled at DILLON FOLK. Jennie Dillon married John E. Fulks in 1894 and to this union were born Hazel R., Jewell, Fleeta Freta, Napoleon Dillon and John William Fulks. Aunt Jennie lived her live ientirely in Lawrence Co., Ohio. I recall members of my Dillon Family, especially my father, Berkley F. Dillon, referring occasionally to Aunt Jennie. This photo was taken from the site of Raymond Honaker at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/n/Raymond-H-Honaker-1/index.html?Welcome:1089576570, and listed as "Taken 1954 Owner Claude borowicz@qwest.net".
  • 85) John Campbell COX and Nancy DILLON COX (62 KB)
    John and Nancy, here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio, are profiled elsewhere at this site and at Rootsweb, DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY.
  • 86) Four Dillon Generations c1931 (56 KB)
    Pictured, left to right, are Ernest (Ernie) Franklin Dillon, Benjamin Franklin Dillon, and Harry Benjamin Dillon. Harry Benjamin was the son of Benjamin Franklin, Ernest Franklin the son of Harry Benjamin. The baby in the picture is Margaret Mae (Peg) Dllon, daughter of Ernest Franklin Dillon. Benjamin Franklin Dillon was the youngest child of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Elwood Dillon is the only other child of Hugh and Catherine pictured at this site or DILLON FOLK. Benjamin Franklin Dillon first married Mary Jane Lewis. To this union was born: Orpha Belle, Edmund Hugh, Harry Benjamin, Myrtle Mae, Georgia and Benjamin Dillon. Benjamin Franklin Dillon next married Mary Jane Clark. To this union was born Dorothy Rebecca Dillon. (photo courtesy of Marcia Dillon Stafford, daughter of Ernest Franklin Dillon pictured above)
  • 87) John Westley Cox and Anna Davis Cox (58 KB)
    John Cox (1853-1929) and Annie M. Davis Cox (1852-1938) are here buried in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio. John was the son of Allison Cox and Mary Phillips Cox, the grandson of John Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox. Nancy's Dillon line extends from Greene County, Pennsylvania with her grandparents, parents and siblings having resettled to central, southern and southeastern Ohio. John Wesley was known to have been a coal miner in Jackson County, Ohio and Saginaw County, Michigan, before returning to Carbondale in Athens County, the final years of his life. (photo courtesy of Darlene Martin at: lilliandmartin@yahoo.com)
  • 88) William COX(1829-1966) Eliza SWIFT(1832-1898) (40 KB)
    William Cox was probably the third eldest of the children of John Campbell Cox (1802-1860) and Nancy Dillon Cox (1807-1879). William and his wife are here buried just a few graves from his parents in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio. Not much information has been located regarding William. He participated in the Civil War and died shortly thereafter. His parents were first identified in Belmont Co., in the 1830 Census; his father, perhaps in the 1820 Census for Belmont Co. His mother, Nancy, was the daughter of John and Rachel Hamilton Dillon, who resettled from Greene Co., Pennsylvania to Monroe Co., Ohio in the early 1830s. His uncle, Vincent Dillon, Sr., was the first of his line to eventually resettle from Monroe Co. to Lawrence Co., in the middle 1840s.
  • 89) Albert G. Dillon Jr., Prichard Dillon Jr. (45 KB)
    Albert G. Dillon, Jr(1912-2000) was the son of Albert G. Dillon, Sr. Prichard Jr(1914-1968) was the son of Hal Prichard Dillon Sr. The grandfather of both boys was Jesse E. Dillon and Cora WOLCOTT Dillon. From our limited information it appears these families lived their entire lives in Cabell Co., WV. The families are descendants of the Franklin Co., Virginia Dillon line, which resettled to the So. Ohio/West Virginia region in the middle 1800s. A July, 2000 obituary for Albert is posted here: "ALBERT "AL" G. DILLON JR., 88, of Huntington, widower of Edna Lucille Krames Dillon, died Monday at home. He was a retired meat cutter with Evans Grocery Co. Survivors include one sister, Martha May Mazur of Huntington. Funeral 1 p.m. Thursday at Reger Funeral Home; burial in Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home." This photo was discovered in The Antique Mall, Daniel Boone Complex, Hillsborough, NC and is available to any interested party, presumably an interested family descendant. (contact Henry S. Dillon at: hsdlsd@earthlink.net)
  • 90) Alonzo (Lonzo) Lloyd & Lucy Deaton Dillon fam (72 KB)
    This photo of the family of Alonzo (Lonzo) Lloyd Dillon and Lucy Frances (Lula) Deaton Dillon at their 50th wedding anniversary taken in 1952, Prebble Co., Ohio, represents descendants of an extensive Franklin Co., Virginia Dillon family. Alonzo, born in Franklin Co., Virginia was the son of Henry Clay Dillon (1846-1903) and Sarah Jane Ferguson, the grandson of Robert Pasley Dillon (1809-1901) and Martha Dillon (a distant cousin of her husband) and great grandson of Henry Clay "Hal" Dillon (1779-1875) and Joanna Pasley. From the left is: Verna (Lloyd's wife), Lloyd Daniel, Alonzo (Lonzo), Marshall Henry, Lucy "Lula" (Deaton), Edith (Marshall's wife), Irene Francis, Everett "Pete" (Irene's husband), my mother, Dorothy, (Clyde's wife), and my dad, Clyde Wayne. (photo courtesy of Kay (Dillon) Powell at: HOUSEBREW@aol.com)
  • 91) Dillon Ladies 1942 (24 KB)
    L to R, here pictured are Amy Faye DILLON, 2nd eldest child of William Washington "Bill" DILLON and Ethel Jane WHITE; her sister-in-law, Hazel Velma DYE, wife of Henry Walter DILLON, brother of Amy Faye and Anna Ruth; Anna Ruth DILLON, daughter of William Washington "Bill" DILLON and Ethel Jane WHITE; and the first child of Anna Ruth DILLON and her husband, Charles Hancel STULL. William Washington DILLON(1873-1959) was the son of Jacob Elwood DILLON(1841-1904) and Elizabeth BUNTING and grandson of Hugh DILLON(c1810-c1896) and Catherine (Katie) SCHULTZ. The extended family of Hugh and Catherine DILLON are profiled extensively at this site, DILLON FOLK and DILLON KINDRED. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com, daughter of Anna Ruth DILLON STULL)
  • 92) Alonzo (Lonzo) Lloyd Dillon and favorite dog (65 KB)
    This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo courtesy of Kay (Dillon) Powell at: HOUSEBREW@aol.com) The entire DILLON data base including this and other related Dillons is at: DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY (go to google)
  • 93) William COX gravesite - a closer view (45 KB)
    William Cox amd family are profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 94) Jacob Luther Dillon (1919-1983) (18 KB)
    Jacob, son of Thomas Ellwood Dillon, Sr. (1868-1949) and Olive Leoria Lyons, here pictured in the 1940s. He married Edna June George and had, at least one son, Samuel David Dillon. Jacob is believed to have lived most or all of his life in or around Tyler Co., WV. He was the grandson of Jacob Dillon (1841-1904 and great grandson of Hugh Dillon (c1810-c1897). Jacob established himself during the Civil War as a member of the 116th OVI, a distinguished military infantry unit from Ohio which participated in many campaigns. (photo taken from the Wilbur, WV website at: http://wilburwv.com/album2.htm)
  • 95) C. B. DILLON and Mary G. DILLON (50 KB)
    Clarence B. ((1877-1966) or "Cee Bee” as he was better known, born Lawrence Co., Ohio, married (1st) Elizabeth E. Ferguson; (2nd) Mary Gamwell (1897-1979). Clarence and his second wife, Mary, are here buried in the Union Street Cemetery, Athens, Ohio. C. B. Dillon had been a teacher, principal and Supt. of Schools in several Ohio locations during his adult working life, and had stayed in close association with his cousin, Vincent F. Dillon of South Point, throughout his professional life. C. B. was the fourth of five children of Peter Hamilton Dillon (1833-1904) and Sarah Elizabeth Sites (1848-1832), and grandson of Vincent Dillon, Sr., (1809-1892) and Hannah Jackson of Lawrence Co., Ohio. His great grandparents, John and Rachel Hamilton Dillon, had resettled to Monroe Co., Ohio from Greene Co., Pennsylvania in the early 1830s. And his great, great grandparents, Peter and Mary Veghte Dillon, had resettled to Greene Co., Pensylvania from Somerset Co., New Jersey in the late 1780s. Cee Bee and his family are profiled elsewhere at this site and the photo site, DILLON FOLK.
  • 96) Hazel Dillon 1950's (29 KB)
    Hazel Velma Dye Dillon (1903-1981) was the wife of Henry Walter Dillon (1903-1981), who was the son of William Washington "Bill" Dillon, and grandson of Jacob and Elizabeth Bunting Dillon. This photo was taken in the 1950s, probably in Tyler Co., West Virginia. This extended family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo taken from the Wilbur, WV website at: http://wilburwv.com/album2.htm)
  • 97) Howard Simmons, Luther Dillon & Tom Dillon (34 KB)
    Jacob Luther Dillon (center) and brother, Tom Dillon (right), were the children of Thomas Ellwood Dillon, Sr. (1868-1949) and Olive Leoria Lyons. This extended family are descendants of a Pennsylvania Dillon line resettled largely to the Tyler/Doddridge Cos region of West Virginia. Photo c1950s. (photo taken from the Wilbur, WV website at: http://wilburwv.com/album2.htm)
  • 98) Thomas Ellwood Dillon, Olive Leoria Lyons fam (42 KB)
    Back row left to right: Mabel, Norma, Gerald, Homer and Ester. Middle row left to right: Harley Hoover, Elwood, Olive, Shirley, Hettie, Edna. Front row: Bessie, Bettie and Luther. Kneeling: Tom with Charley and Clyde. Photo c. 1946. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site. (photo taken from the Wilbur, WV website at: http://wilburwv.com/album2.htm)
  • 99) South Point (Ohio) high school class 1931-1932 (83 KB)
    The Mr. Dillon in this photo is Leland Stanford Dillon, son of Vincent F. and Nettie A. Dillon of South Point. Leland, a graduate of Rio Grande University, after his teaching days went on to med school at Ohio State University and eventually set up his office in Chesapeake, Lawrence Co., Ohio. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Helen Riley at: hlnriley@earthlink.net)
  • 100) Exie Aviona "Fawna" DILLON (abt.1871-1926) (26 KB)
    She was the daughter of Isaac Dillon(1835-1893) and Jane Rapp Dillon. Though born in Allen Twp., Worth Co., Missouri, her ncestral connections through her father’s Dillon family trace back to Lawrence and Monroe Cos., Ohio, and Greene Co., Pennsylvania. Her siblings were Greta Ethel and John William Sherman Dillon, the latter an early researcher of his Dillon family and profiled elsewhere at DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY, DILLON KIN and DILLON FOLK. Neither Exie nor her sister, Greta, married and are believed to have lived their entire lives in Worth Co. "Fawna" is reported to have died May 14, 1926.
  • 101) James Samuel SHAFER (48 KB)
    James Samuel Shafer married Della Lenora Dillon May 6, 1891 in Lawrence Co., Ohio. Though little information is available on James, Della was the eldest child of Peter Hamilton Dillon(1833-1904) and Sarah Elizabeth Sites(1848-1932) and thus, a descendant of two well known and established families of Lawrence Co., Ohio. To this union were born Bertha, Gladys, Helen, Loren D., Mary E. and Blanche Shafer These families are profiled at this site aand DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Connie Hutchison at: cshutchison@prodigy.net)
  • 102) Anna Ruth DILLON STULL & daughter, Linda Ruth (53 KB)
    This 1942 photo with Anna Ruth (1918-2006) who was the daughter of William Washington "Bill" DILLON and Ethel Jane WHITE and wife of Charles Hancel STULL. Her extended family is profiled extensively at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of her daughter, Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 103) Jessie DILLON and Oleva Rahnor DILLON (45 KB)
    Jessie Dillon(1853-1910) and Oleva Rahnor Dillon(1859-1925) Jessie was the son of Creed C. Dillon and Abigail Rebecca "Betsy" Smith, and the grandson of Esquire (Squire) Dillon and Celia "Crecy" "Cecilia" Ward. His grandparents were members of the Franklin Co., Virginia Dillon clan, early to arrive in Lawrence Co. probably in the late 1820s. Olivia (Leva) Rhanor was the daughter of Nathaniel Rhanor and Mary Hesson. Jessie and Oleva were the parents of a large family to include: Albertha (Alburthie) Daisy, Mary Ruth "Ruthie", Georgie (Mary), Ceola (Otha), Arinda, Nathaniel F. (Nat), Albertha Daisy, Ovel (Olaf), Jessie Smith Jr., Georgia (Georgie) and Harry Clifford (Tom or Thomas) Dillon. The 1900 and 1910 Censuses lists this family living in Windsor Twp., but Jessie’s residence at the time of death is listed as Coal Grove in Upper Twp. Their gravesite is in the Old Centenary Cemetery on Greasy Ridge Road. (photo courtesy of Connie Dillon Hutchison at: cshutchison@prodigy.net)
  • 104) Thomas Ellwood Dillon (1868-1949) (35 KB)
    Sketch of Thomas Ellwood Dillon, grandson of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon, received from Bill Dillon, grandson of Thomas Ellwood Dillon. Thomas Ellwood was the son and eldest child of Jacob Elwood Dillon and Elizabeth Bunting. Thomas Ellwood married Olive Leoria Lyons with whom this couple had eleven or twelve children born in Tyler, Doddridge and Wetzel Cos., WV. This large extended descendant family of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK.
  • 105) Nellie D. ADAMS, David G. ADAMS gravesite (87 KB)
    Nellie Dillon Adams(1913-2003) and David G. Adams(1911-1997) gravesite. Nellie was the last living child of Vincent F. Dillon and Nettie A. Dillon, granddaughter of Williams S. Dillon(1838-1907) and Rachel Reed Dillon of Lawrence Co., Ohio. Their gravesite is in the Hillside Memorial Cemetery, Redlands, San Bernardino Co., California, next to her brother, Berkley F. Dillon(1901-1966). These families are profiled extensively at DILLON FAMILY GENEALOGY, DILLON FOLK and this site.
  • 106) DILLON family cemetery plot - Lowell, Ohio (73 KB)
    To the left of the "DILLON" marker is the brown gravestone for Julia Ann May DILLON (1837-1911). To the front of the family marker are two rectangular gravestones. The gravestone to the front left is for Jacob T. DILLON (1859-1926); the stone to the right front is for Rosa DILLON (1875-1963). These latter two were originally believed to have been the children of Julia DILLON and her husband, Peter DILLON (c1818-1897). Rosa is now considered to have been the wife of Jacob T. Dillon, not his sister. This has been verified from census records for both families. Peter DILLON, extensively profiled at photo site, DILLON FOLK, was buried in the Peninsula Cemetery in East Wheeling, West Virginia, as this couple was at the time living in Wheeling. Julia, the second wife of Peter, is believed to have had nine children with Peter, of which Jacob was the second eldest and Rosa the youngest. Julia and Peter were married in Monroe Co., in 1855. Sometime after the 1870 Census, Peter and Julia Dillon resettled to Wheeling, where he died in 1897. Julia later resettled to Lowell, Ohio. Little is known of Jacob and Rosa. They appear to have been active in the Masonic Order and Order of the Eastern Star as the family marker has at its base, several plaques representing the Pythian Sisters, FCB, OES Lowell 272 and the Masonic "G". This location is the GreenLawn Cemetery, Lowell, Washington Co., Ohio.
  • 107) Encil Laymond Dillon (1908-1999) wi 2sp Marie (24 KB)
    Encil was the son of William Washington Dillon, grandson of Jacob Elwood Dillon and ggrandson of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Recent DNA testing has provided compelling evidence that Hugh Dillon was the son of John Dillon, son of Peter Dillon Sr and Mary Veghte Dillon. These families are profiled extensively at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 108) Julia Ann May DILLON (1837-1911) (77 KB)
    Another view - Greenlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Ohio, Julia May DILLON, widow of Peter DILLON (c1818-1897) This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and the photo site, DILLON FOLK.
  • 109) Ethel Jane White (1886-1919) (36 KB)
    A young Ethel Jane White, the wife of William Washington Dillon and the mother of Amy Faye, Harry Wallace, Encil Laymond, Cecil Leonard, James Leslie, Elizabeth Gaye and Anna Ruth Dillon. Born in Tyler Co., West Virginia, she died very young, reportedly of Spanish influenza in 1919, and is buried in Victory Cemetery, Tyler Co. Her husband, William Washington, was the son of Jacob Elwood and grandson of Hugh Dillon. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Rolden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 110) Nellie DILLON ADAMS, B. F. DILLON gravesites (76 KB)
    Nellie Dillon Adams(1913-2003), Berkley F. Dillon(1901-1966) gravesites, Redlands, San Bernardino Co., California.
  • 111) Jacob T. DILLON (1859-1926) (48 KB)
    Another view - Greenlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Ohio. Jacob was the son of Peter and Julia May DILLON. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and the photo site, DILLON FOLK.
  • 112) Harry Benjamin and Ona Mae Culp Dillon (46 KB)
    Harry and Ona Mae were the parents of Virginia, Harriet, Elizabeth, Mary Lou, Ona Mae, John, Ernest Franklin (Ernie) and Robert F. Dillon. Harry was the son of Benjamin Franklin Dillon and the grandson of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Recent DNA correlation makes a compelling case connecting Hugh Dillon to John Dillon and Peter Dillon Sr from Greene County, PA. So this Dillon line from Harry's children most probably extends back five known generations. Harry Benjamin Dillon's extended line is profiled extensively at this site and DILLON FOLK.
  • 113) Family of Thomas & Elizabeth KIRTMAN LEWIS (66 KB)
    Thomas Jefferson LEWIS and his second wife, Elizabeth Maybelle KIRTMAN LEWIS, were the parents of Silvia Ione LEWIS(1905-2003), who eventually married Dillon Napoleon (Dil) Fulks(1901-1976), son of John E. FULKS and Jennie Bertha DILLON profiled at DILLON FAMILY PHOTOS and DILLON FOLK. Thomas and Elizabeth are pictured here with some their children probably at their home in Deering, Lawrence Co., OH. Photo from Claudia Borowicz, taken from Raymond Honaker website at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/n/Raymond-H-Honaker-1/?Welcome=1091625990.
  • 114) Rosa DILLON (1875-1963) (48 KB)
    Another view - Greenlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Ohio. Rosa was thought to have been the daughter of Peter and Julia May DILLON. Data taken from the census records profiling both families suggests Rosa was the wife, not the sister of Jacob T. Dillon. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and the photo site, DILLON FOLK.
  • 115) l to r siblings Harry W., Anna R., Encil L. (41 KB)
    Harry Wallace Dillon (1906-1983) was the son of William Washington, son of Jacob Elwood, son of Hugh and Catherine Schultz from Monroe Co., Ohio, Tyler and Pleasants Cos., West Virginia. He married Armatha Jane Lemasters and they had six children. His sister, Anna Ruth Dillon (1918-2006), married Charles Hancel Stull and they had five children. Encil Laymond Dillon (1908-1999), the third sibling, married Ethel Jane White. To this union were born five daughters. This extended Dillon family is extensively profiled else where at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden, daughter of Anna Ruth Dillon at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 116) former Dillon residence - Lowell, Ohio (66 KB)
    Julia Ann May Dillon (1837-1911), son, Jacob T. Dillon (1858-1926), Jacob's wife, Rosa M. Wharff Dillon Jackson(1872-1963) and possibly Jacob's daughter, Julia A. Dillon, may have been the residents of this home in Lowell. Julia Ann May Dillon was the wife of Peter Dillon (c1814-1897). Julia Ann resettled to the Lowell area from Wheeling, West Virginia, sometime after the death of her husband, Peter, in 1897. This family is profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK.
  • 117) Cincinnatis DILLON (82 KB)
    Cincinnatis Nad DILLON, son of Samuel Jackson DILLON(1830-1913) and Valumnia Ann JEANS, married Melvina SWEARNGIN(1875-1971), probably in Missouri. Though little is known of his personal life, his father, a family member of the Franklin Co., VA Dillon family, migrated to Benton Co., MO sometime prior to his 1852 marriage to Valumnia Ann Jeans. His grandfather, Thomas Jackson DILLON(1799-1850) and grandmother, Obedience "Biddy" TYREE(abt1800-abt1842), had also resettled to Benton Co. The ggrandparents of Cincinnatis Dillon, Samuel James DILLON(1758-1826) and Judith Chloe FARLEY, were also the parents of McCager, Jesse and Squire Dillon, who eventually resettled from Franklin Co., Virginia to Lawrence Co., Ohio, in the 1820s and 1830s. This Dillon line maay extend back to Henry and Elenor Dillon of New Kent Co., Virginia. A Henry DAHLEN appears in the 1623 Census of Virginia City, Virginia. Perhaps this earliest Henry is a further connection. A Thomas Farley is also found in this earliest of Virginia Censuses. A search for more information regarding these families is a continuing project.
  • 118) COX Family gravesites, New Marshfield Cem (93 KB)
    (l to r) Nancy Dillon Cox (1807-1879), John Cambell Cox (c1802-1860), Melissa E. (1859-1960), Hamilton (d.1839), E. Cox (1860-1861), William (1829-1866) and John M. Cox (1851-1934). This family and individual gravesites are profiled elsewhere at this site.
  • 119) Harry Wallace Dillon (1906-1983) (42 KB)
    Another photo of Harry Wallace Dillon taken Sep 1968. His immediate and extended family are profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of his niece, Patricia Stull Folden, at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 120) Anna Dillon Denbow (1838-1903) (48 KB)
    Anna Dillon Denbow, here buried in the Braken Ridge Cemetery, Summit Twp., Monroe Co., Ohio, was the wife of William "Billy" Denbow, and the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Ann Morris Dillon. She was the granddaughter of John and Rachel Hamilton Dillon. Her Dillon family resettled to Monroe Co. from Greene Co., Pennsylvania in the middle 1830s and are profiled extensively at the DILLON FOLK photo site. Her Denbow family are also profiled at DILLON FOLK. Husband, Billy Denbow, served in the 78th OVI as did his father-in-law, Thomas Dillon, during the Civil War and is buried near his wife, Anna. The Dillon and Denbow families of this generation and Monroe Co. location share several family connections.
  • 121) William Cyrus DILLON(1817-1903) (?) (58 KB)
    This photo was given to me as one probably kept in the personal possession of my grandmother, Nettie Alberta Dillon, the last child of William Cyrus Dillon(1817-1903) and Elizabeth Sowards(1826-1873). This individual is believed to have been her natural father, William C. Dillon, but remains unverified as William. William, born in Franklin Co., Virginia, would probably have been the fourth child of McCager Dillon and Mary "Polly" Callicott, who resettled with their family to Lawrence Co., Ohio in the late 1830s. This family is listed in the 1840 Lawrence Co. census in Windsor Twp. Though William was eventually married to (1)Elizabeth Perinkerman, (2)Elizabeth Sowards and (3)Jane Gossett McConnell, he was buried with Elizabeth Sowards in the Kingery Cemetery. William had six children with Elizabeth Pinkerman, nine with Elizabeth Sowards and none with Jane Gossett McConnell. However, Elizabeth Sowards had five childrem with her first husband, Wilson B. Lewis. As William's first wife, Elizabeth Pinkerman, had died and Elizabeth Soward's first husband, Wilson B. Lewis, had also died, it is not known how many of these eleven children William and Elizabeth merged into a single family after their marriage, prior to having nine additional children of their own. I am anxious to learn more of these families and would be extremely excited to receive any photos.
  • 122) M. C. (Kager) DILLON (1891-1962) (55 KB)
    Mccager, variously spelled, was the son of William Riley Dillon and Eliza Fields Dillon, and grandson of Micajah Dillon and Polly Anna Nelson Dillon from Franklin Co., Virginia. Our records show he was married to (1) Pearl May with whom he fathered Clem, Roy, Noah, Wallace, Cleo, Mary Belle Julia Mae, Eliza, Tilda, Ruby Jo, Martha Jane, Kathy and Raymond; and (2) Lula York with whom he fathered Dora Belle, Okey. Herbert, Brooke and Eliza. We believe Mccager was a life long resident of Mingo Co., WV. (This photo is the courtesy of Paul Akers at: Paul.Akers@ky.gov)
  • 123) Ora Montgomery., Jacob L., Cecil L. Dillon (28 KB)
    Jacob Luther Dillon (m) was the son of Thomas Ellwood Dillon. 1st cousin Cecil Leonard Dillon (r) was the son of William Washsington Dillon. Both boys were grandsons of Jacob Elwood and Elizabeth Bunting Dillon, great grandsons of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Much more of this family is available elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photos courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 124) Daniel and Anna Dillon Berry (67 KB)
    Anna Dillon was the daughter of Peter Dillon Jr., granddaughter of Peter Dillon Sr. and Mary Veghte Dillon. Anna and husband, Daniel, are here buried in Grundy Co., MO. This family is profiled elswhere at the DILLON FOLK photo site.
  • 125) Brooke DILLON BECKETT, Thomas BECKETT (54 KB)
    Brooke Dillon (1916-1997), wife of Thomas Beckett (1909-1976), daughter of Mccager Dillon (1891-1962) and Lula York, was born in Mingo Co., West Virginia, the sibling of Eliza, Herbert, Okey and Dora Belle Dillon. She had 13 younger half brothers and sisters by virtue of her father's second marriage. She married Thomas Beckett in 1935 and to this union were born: Betty, Reva, Ralph and Karen Beckett, and perhaps six additional children. Brooke or Brookie died in Proctorville, Lawrence Co., Ohio. Her Dillon family descends from an extensive Dillon line with roots to Franklin Co., Virginia, and locally represented by many descendants in Lawrence and Cabell Cos. (Photo provided by Paul Akers at: Paul.Akers@ky.gov)
  • 126) Hazel Dye Dillon (l) and Anna Ruth Dillon (30 KB)
    Hazel Velma Dye married Henry Walter Dillon. Henry was the brother of Anna Ruth Dillon. The two Dillon siblings were the children of William Washington Dillon and grandchildren of Jacob Elwood Dillon, son of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon of Monroe, Co., Ohio, Tyler and Pleasants Cos., West Virginia. There are numerous photos of this extended Dillon family at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com)
  • 127) Elizabeth Blanche DILLON (1879-1885) (47 KB)
    Blanche here buried in Harrison Twp Cemetery, Knox co., Ohio, was the daughter of Thomas Finley DILLON (1821-1892) and Hannah Seretta DENNIS DILLON, granddaughter of Peter Dillon Jr. (1788-1823) and possibly a Mary McELWEE.
  • 128) James Leslie and wife Lucille Flowers Dillon (27 KB)
    James was the son of William Washington Dillon. His immediate and extended families are profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. His family and extended family is known to have resided in Jefferson, Belmont and Columbiana Cos Ohio and Tyler Co., West Virginia. The Ohio license plate looks to be 1942. (photo courtesy of Patricia Stull Folden at: winterzircon@yahoo.com, niece of James)
  • 129) John Dillon Lefthand (1 KB)
    On the reverse of this old photo is written "This is Grant Lefthand, son of Old Man Lefthand, Katie Lefthand, Grant's wife and Little John Dillon Lefthand." This photo was found in the personal possessions of Vincent F. and Nettie Dillon of South Point., Ohio, first cousin of John Hamilton Dillon. An explanantion may be possible as described below. "Ironton Register, July 18, 1895 - On a visit - John H. Dillon, of Watonga, Oklahoma, came home several days ago, in answer to a summons that his father, Henry Dillon was seriously ill, and whose death is elsewhere referred to. John went west to Colorado, in 1887, and has not been back to Lawrence county since. He remained in Colorado for two years, and then went down to Oklahoma, and was in the grand rush for a town lot, but afterward it was discovered that between a railroad survey and a town street there wasn't any lot left, so he left. He is now in Blaine county. He is Treasurer of the county. He returns West today." John Hamilton Dillon, son of Henry Dillon, was the grandson of Vincent Dillon Sr (1809-1892) and Hannah Jackson Dillon of Windsor Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio. He became a prominent member of the Oklahoma community which was to become Blaine Co. He was a founder of the First National Bank of Geary, Oklahoma, was a Blaine Co. Treasurer and was even mentioned in the local press as a possible candidate for Governor of Oklahoma. William A. Dillon, also, a first cousin of John Hamilton Dillon, recorded interactions and visits with local indians in 1902, during a visit to the John H. Dillon Oklahoma ranch in a 1902, in a letter to his brother, Vincent, which was printed in the Ironton, Ohio Register, September 18, 1892. It may be a bit of a stretch to speculate, but it would seem possible that John Dillon may have befriended a local indian family, who in turn may have named one of their sons after the John Hamilton Dillon, described in the above several paragraphs.
  • 130) Brooke DILLON BECKETT, Herbert DILLON fams. (77 KB)
    Brooke Dillon is profiled elsewhere at this site. This photo include Brooke, four of her children, her brother Herbert, and Herbert's wife, Imel and daughter Ann. Photo description: Left to right: Betty Beckett, Brookie Dillon-Beckett, Reva Beckett, Herbert Dillon, Ann Dillon, Imel Dillon, Ralph Beckett and Karen Beckett. Brookie and Dillon were brother and sister. They were the children of M.C. Kager Dillon and Lula York. Herbert married Imel and their child is Ann. Brookie married Thomas Beckett and her children are the Beckett's in this pitcher. Brookie Dillon family profiled elsewhere at this site. Photo taken in 1970. (Photo courtesy of Paul Aker at: Paul.Akers@ky.gov)
  • 131) DILLON - Henry (l) and Rusty (r) June 6, 2006 (64 KB)
    At long last following many email exchanges, our first and only face to face meeting (Chesapeake, Ohio) so far. Hopefully there will be many more. Between us, I figure we are probably descendants of most all the Dillons who ever resided in Lawrence Co., Ohio or Cabell Co., WV and probably a bunch who lived in Lincoln and Wayne Cos, WV as well. Photo by Connie Dillon.
  • 132) John M. COX (1851-1934) (40 KB)
    This gravesite photo in the New Marshfield Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio, was taken near the gravesites of John Campbell Cox and Nancy Dillon Cox, grandparents of John M. Cox. John was the son of William Cox (1829 -1866) and Eliza Swift Cox, the eldest of five children. His siblings were Mary A., Margaret, William Alison and Willie D. Census records indicate John M. apparently never married and worked as a farm laborer most of his life in Athens Co. However, the 1930 Census for Athens Co., also lists John as a leaser of oil property. For the 1910 thru 1930 Censuses, John is listed as a single roomer residing on Court Street, Athens, Ohio.
  • 133) James Israel Mellott family abt 1900--1905 (84 KB)
    The wife of James was Mary Rachel Florence Dillon, the daughter of Samuel Dillon, the son of Hugh and Catherine Schultz Dillon. Try as we have to locate information on the demise of Mary's grandparents, Hugh and Catherine, an extensive search has produced no definitive results. They are last recorded in the Pleasants Co., WV 1880 Census, listed as age 69 and 71, respectively. There are some six or seven photographs visible in this photo. Perhaps one is Hugh Dillon who is reported by one account to have "died of cancer of the eye." Burial and gravesite locations for neither Hugh nor Catherine has been determined. Would surely like to know. (photo courtesy of Connie Grimm at: cgrimm1959@sbcglobal.net)
  • 134) John Hamilton Dillon home, Geary, OK, c1903 (86 KB)
    John H. Dillon was the son of Henry Dillon and grandson of Vincent Dillon Sr of Windsor Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio. He married Josephine (Josie) Mounts in 1882, and to this union were born eight children; Oren Volmer, Berkley E., Chester C., Mary Belle, Merrill Henry, Sylvester Mount, Agnes Lillian and John Hobart Dillon. John made his way to Trinidad, Colorado, in 1885 and there engaged in general merchandising. In 1889 he participated in Oklahoma land rush at Kingfisher and took part in the race at Watonga in 1892, where he eventually located property. He owned a 720 acre ranch and eventually established the First National Bank of Geary (1898), which continues to operate to this day. The house pictured here was constructed c1898. Agnes Lilian and her bother, John Hobart Dillon, are sitting on the front porch with "Aunt Leatha" who was the maid in the Dillon Home. (photo courtesy of Linda Peters Mathews at: linlon@pldi.net)
  • 135) John Dillon fam, Geary, OK, Thanksgiv. c1916 (74 KB)
    Standing: William McCague Gamble (Bill), Mary Dillon Gamble's husband Agnes Lillian Dillon Stahlheber, (picture taken before she married), Sylvester Mount (Jack) Dillon, John Hobart Dillon, Oren Volmer Dillon, Merrill Henry Dillon, holding son Oren Vaile; Seated: Mary Belle Dillon Gamble, holding son Dillon McCague, John Hamilton Dillon, Josie Mount Dillon, Bess O. Dillon, wife of Merrill holding son John Albert (Mick), Janie LaMar, raised by Dillon family (no relation). Photo was taken Thanksgiving Day about 1916. John was the founder of the First National Bank of Geary, 1898. (photo courtesy of Linda Peters Mathews at: linlon@pldi.net)
  • 136) Funeral cards for Henry Dillon and son, Grant (82 KB)
    Henry Dillon (1831-1895) was the eldest child of Vincent and Hannah Jackson Dillon of Windsor Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio. Lawrence County records indicate the cause of death for Henry was "inflammation of bladder". We have no additional details. His son, U. S. Grant Dillon (1864-1873) died of "Billious Fever" according to Lawrence Co., Ohio records. Typically bilious fever of the period may have included typhoid, malaria or even hepatitis. We do not, however, have further specific information. Both are buried in the Locust Grove Cemetery, Mason Twp., Lawrence Co., Ohio. The extended family of Henry and his father, Vincent, are profiled elsewhere at this site and DILLON FOLK. (photo courtesy of Linda Peters Mathews at: linlon@pldi.net)
 
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