JOHN DICKENSHEETS, miller, Jefferson, was born November 21, 1831, in Maryland, but from five years of age, lived
in Montgomery County, Ohio, where his father operated a grist mill on Stillwater a number of years. While residing
there, the parents, David and Sidney (Smith) Dickensheets both died. John worked for his father, and under his
instruction until after his majority. Subsequently, he labored in different mills, in Dayton, then in Richmond,
Ind., and various other places until 1879, when he came from Circleville, Ohio, to Jefferson, his present situation.
He was married, on Christmas, 1856, to Charlotte Jackson, a native of England, born December 4, 1836. In 1853,
her parents settled in Dayton, Ohio, where both died. She is the second of a family of eight children. Mr. Dickensheets
and wife have a family of four children, all now living, viz., Mary F., Hattie M, George W. and Luther M. The Dickensheets
name is of English and German origin.
History of Madison County, Ohio
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Madison County, Ohio Biographies
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