Dickson, William, was born in Hopewell, Ontario county. was educated in the Common schools, and is a farmer.
December 10, 1863. he enlisted in Co. F, 2d Mounted Rifles N. Y. S. Vols., was wounded before Petersburg and wounded
a second time in the explosion of the mine, losing his right arm. In March, 1867, he married Christina Weaver,
of this town, and they have two children: Etta, who married Franklin W. Rasch, and William P., a farmer with his
father. Mrs. Dickson's father, Jacob Weaver, was born in Balltown Springs, Dutchess county in 1812, and came to
Sodus with his parents when a boy. He married Sylvina Hiscrodt of his native county, and they had eight children:
Homer, Lydia, Lewis, Christina, as above; Esther, Jacob. Mrs. Dickson's brother, Lewis. was a soldier in Co. F,
2d Mounted Rifles, and died in the service at City Point. Mr. Weaver died March 16, 1890, and his wife March 3,
1884. Mr. Dickson was honorably discharged from Mount Pleasant Hospital, Washington, D. C., February 17, 1865.
He is a member of Vosburg Post No. 99 G. A. R, Departmant of New York. William T. is a member of E. K. Burnham
Camp No. 14, S. O. V., Newark. The ancestry of the family is Scotch and German.
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