Biography of Alonzo Dickinson
Ten Mile River Township, Mendocino County, CA Biographies





Alonzo Dickinson. Was born in Grafton county, New Hampshire, November 19, 1842. His father being a farmer he was raised on a farm, and resided there till he was sixteen years of age. He then began the battle of life for himself, and at the age of eighteen, January 31, 1860, he sailed from New York on the steamer St. Louis to Panama, and thence to San Francisco on the (Rolling) Moses Taylor, arriving February 23d. He went at once to Marin county and engaged to work on the dairy of Calvin Dickson, at San Geronimo. In 1865 he formed a partnership with James Frazer, which has since continued, and they engaged in the dairy business. In 1863 he and his brother rented a dairy ranch at San Geronimo. In 1867 they went to Novato and rented land from James Black, where they remained till 1870, when they sold out and rented their stock till 1872. He thea came to his present place in Ten Mile River township, Mendocino county, where he is engaged In the dairy business. April 12, 1876, he married Miss Mary Alice Disher, a native of Holt county, Missouri, born October 8, 1859.

From:
History of Mendocino County, California
Alley, Bowen & Co., Publishers
San Francisco, California 1880


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