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Charles Joseph Morris Dixon

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Charles Joseph Morris Dixon (c1832-1866), civil engineer

1850 Student at King's College and received a prize for 'Manufacturing Art'.[1]

1859 Married to Lewisham to Eliza Teape

1860 Birth of his son Francis Charles Dixon

1866 July 27th. Died. 'On the 27th July, at Midnapore, India, of dysentery, Charles J. M. Dixon, Esq., C.E., Executive Engineer, East India Irrigation and Canal Company, age 34.'[2]

1866 Will. Formerly of Blackheath Park, Kent, but lately of Midnapore, Bengal, India. Probate to his widow Eliza Teape Dixon of 30 Pembridge Villas, Bayswater.

1866 October 25th. Birth of his son[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Morning Post - Monday 01 July 1850
  2. Morning Advertiser - Saturday 08 September 1866
  3. Pall Mall Gazette - Friday 26 October 1866