|Researching Dyson Family in the Southern Maryland area, esp. Charles County.
Thomas N. Dyson, b. abt 1815 (1850 Census) married Margaret Attie Swann,b. 23 Jan 1817 d. 19 Dec 1898, in St. Mary's County, Md. on 17 Dec 1839. Thomas and Margaret lived in Newport, Charles County until sometime in the late 1850's, when
Thomas probably died after 1855, I have found no record as of yet, but he is not listed in the 1860 Census records, while Francis Chappell (my grandfather) was born in 1855, is listed. Margaret moved the family to Charlotte Hall sometime before 1870, as the family now shows up in the St. Marys 1870 Census. She is buried at St. Georges Episcopal Cemetery, Valley Lee, St. Marys Co., Maryland. Margaret Swann is the daughter of Zachariah Swann and Mary C.
Francis T. Dyson, b. 1855 d. 1910, buried at St. Nicholas in Patauxent, Md. He marries Rose (or Rosa) Brown in 1877 at St. Aloysius RCC church. Samuel Dyson, his older brother, had married Lucy Ruth Brown, Rose's sister in 1876. Samuel Dyson, died in Mar 1884, and Lucy married Willie Wise, while on her honeymoon to Washington D.C. Lucy died of typhoid (she is buried in Congressional Cemetery in D.C. Francis (Frank) and Rose raised Samuel's children. After Francis died in 1910, Rose married John Langley, and moved to Baltimore. Rose died in 1942, and is buried in Glen Haven Memorial Park, Glen Burnie, Maryland.
Thomas N. is a son of George Thomas Dyson and Mary Ann Davis.
George Thomas is the son of Gerrard Dyson. Gerrard is the son of George Dyson, Sr. and Tabitha. Gerrard Dyson married one of the daughters of Thomas Reeves, as he is listed as next of kin in the will Thomas Reeves, in June 1774.
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