Arthur Dixon

     Arthur Dixon was the son of F Dixon and Mildred Helen MacNair.

Betty Dixon

     Betty Dixon was the daughter of F Dixon and Mildred Helen MacNair.

Caroline White Dixon

     Caroline White Dixon married Henry Carden Noad, son of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad, on 20 June 1872 in All Saints, Kensington, London. Henry Carden Naod, surgeon, of Norwood, son of Henry Minchin Noad, gent.
     Caroline White Dixon and Henry Carden Noad appeared on the 1881 census in 6 Brighton Villas, Chesham Lodge, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Henry Carden Noad, head, 39, Lic R C Phys of L Mem of RCS Phys & Sur. born Road, near Bath, Somerset; his wife Caroline W, 34, born St Geo W, London, Condition Med. I; son Edward Carden 6, Arthur C 5, E y G 2, Humphrey C 1, all born at (Lower?) Norwood; Edward Wm Lingtam??. visitor, married 66, Rector of Stanford, Worcs, born Stanford Worcs, two nurses and a housemaid.
     Caroline White Dixon and Henry Carden Noad appeared on the 1891 census in 335 Norwood Rd, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Henry Carden Noad, 49, Physician and surgeon (regt?), born Road, Somerset, his wife Caroline White Noad, 43, born St George London, children Edward Carden 16, Arthur Carden 15, Evelyn Gunthorpe 12, Humphrey Christopher 112, Isabel Mary 9, Violet Gladys 8, all scholars born Norwood. Caroline White Dixon witnessed the administration of the estate of Henry Carden Noad; He was of 16 Waldemar Avenue, Ealing, Mdx. Admon granted to Caroline White Noad, widow, Effects £15. 12s. 6d.

Children of Caroline White Dixon and Henry Carden Noad

Cecil Clive (Ching?) Dixon

(16 November 1878 - )
     Cecil Clive (Ching?) Dixon was born on 16 November 1878 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan. Cecil was a bank officer.
     Cecil Clive (Ching?) Dixon married Ethel Elsie Markwell on 24 December 1918 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Charles David Dixon

(5 June 1853 - 1898)
     Charles David Dixon was christened on 5 June 1853 in St Paul, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. They were of Russell Street and his father was described as a schoolmaster. He was the son of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker.
     Charles died in 1898 in East Melbourne, Victoria. He was aged 45.

Charlotte Dixon

     Charlotte Dixon was the daughter of F Dixon and Mildred Helen MacNair.

Charlotte Helen Dixon

(circa 1828 - )
     Charlotte Helen Dixon was born circa 1828 in Yorkshire?, England.
     Charlotte Helen Dixon married Robert Stanser MacNair, son of Col James MacNair and Eleanor Stanser, on 8 August 1855 in Hunmbledon, Yorkshire. Robert McNair, aged 28, bachelor, gentleman, of Craig End, Glasgow, son of James Mcnair, Lt Colonerl, 73rd Regit to, Charlotte Helen Dixon, aged 27, spinster, gentlewoman, of Elsternwick in this parish, daughter of Isaac Dixon, Cler, vicar of Garton. The married by licence and witnesses were E M Mcnair....Rochette, Frances Dixon, Ellen Ward, Jane A Jedis?, Harold G? Dufour..

Children of Charlotte Helen Dixon and Robert Stanser MacNair

Daughter Dixon

(8 April 1872 - )
     Daughter Dixon was stillborn on 8 April 1872 in the Bank of Australasia, Brisbane, Queensland. She was the daughter of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan.

Emily Dixon

(January 1856 - 15 September 1942)
     Emily Dixon was born in January 1856 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. Her birth was registered in the March quarter of 1856 at Cambridge and she was baptised 6 Jan 1856 at St Paul, Cambridge, daughter of Stephen Chancellor Dixon, schoolmaster of Russell St, & Sarah Bonnett. She was the daughter of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker.
     Emily Dixon and Stephen Chancellor Dixon arrived per "Monarch" in January 1859 at Victoria. Stephen 40, Sarah 40, William 14, Sarah 14, Fanny 10, Charles 6 & Emily 3.
     Notes from St Mary's Church of England state: Emily Dixon opened a private school in a villa in Glen Eira Rd opposite St Mary's church, Caulfield in 1898. Soon afterwards it was moved to Seymour St and Miss Blundell joined her as an assistant. The next move was to Allison Road. In 1903 when Miss Dixon went to England to study school systems and to gain new ideas, Miss Blundell carried on, helped by her sister. Unfortunately when Miss Dixon returned, ill-health prevented her from continuing as head, so the Misses Blundell took over the school in 1905..
     Emily Dixon and Fanny Dixon lived at Seymour Rd, Caulfield, Victoria, 1903. Emily Dixon, school teacher. Fanny Dixon school teacher. In 1904 Emily & Fanny were left £500 each by Mr George Meares, C M G, their brother in law, who died 8 Dec 1903.
     Emily Dixon and Fanny Dixon lived at Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria, 1912. Emily & Fannie Dixon, home duties.
     Emily Dixon and Fanny Dixon lived at Dandenong Rd, Malvern, Victoria, 1913. Emily & Fannie Dixon, home duties.
     Emily Dixon and Fanny Dixon lived at 90 Stanhope St, Malvern, Victoria, from 1915 to 1925. Emily & Fannie Dixon, home duties.
     Emily died on 15 September 1942 in Malvern, Victoria, aged 86. Daughter of Stephen Chancellor Dixon & Sarah Brooker, aged 84. The Age reported: On Sep 15, at 90 Stanhope St, Malvern. Emily youngest daughter of the late Stephen Chancellor and Sarah Brooker Dixon, aged 84.
     Her will was proved on 19 November 1942 at Victoria. Emily DIXON. Date of grant: 19 Nov 1942; Occupation: Spinster; Residence: Malvern.

Eva Violet Dixon

(1 December 1870 - )
     Eva Violet Dixon was born on 1 December 1870 in Toowong, Queensland. 1870 On Dec 1st, at Ravenfield, Brisbane, Mrs J B Dixon of a daughter. She was the daughter of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan.

F Dixon

     F Dixon married Mildred Helen MacNair, daughter of George Best MacNair and Frances Dorothy Dixon, in 1898 in London, England.

Fanny Dixon

(1849 - 10 October 1939)
     Fanny Dixon was born in 1849 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. She was the daughter of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker. Fanny Dixon was christened on 4 February 1849 in St Paul, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. They were of Regent Street and her father was described as a National Schoolmaster.
     Fanny Dixon lived at 'Shelford', Seymour Rd, Elsternwick, Victoria, 1900.
     Fanny Dixon and Emily Dixon lived at Seymour Rd, Caulfield, Victoria, 1903. Emily Dixon, school teacher. Fanny Dixon school teacher. In 1904 Emily & Fanny were left £500 each by Mr George Meares, C M G, their brother in law, who died 8 Dec 1903.
     Fanny Dixon and Emily Dixon lived at Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria, 1912. Emily & Fannie Dixon, home duties.
     Fanny Dixon and Emily Dixon lived at Dandenong Rd, Malvern, Victoria, 1913. Emily & Fannie Dixon, home duties.
     Fanny Dixon and Emily Dixon lived at 90 Stanhope St, Malvern, Victoria, from 1915 to 1925. Emily & Fannie Dixon, home duties.
     Fanny died on 10 October 1939 in Malvern, Victoria. She is buried in Brighton cemetery. Fannie died aged 90, described as daughter of Sydney Edwin Dixon and Sarah Brooker..
     Her will was proved on 13 November 1939 at Victoria. Fanny DIXON. Date of grant: 13 Nov 1939; Date of death: 10 Oct 1939; Occupation: Spinster; Residence: Malvern.

Frances Dorothy Dixon

(circa 1833 - )
     Frances Dorothy Dixon was born circa 1833 in England.
     Frances Dorothy Dixon married George Best MacNair, son of Col James MacNair and Eleanor Stanser, on 26 July 1860 in Rotherfield, Sussex, England. She was the third daughter of the late Rev J Dixon, vicar of Garton, Yorkshire, he was aged 25 and she was 26. Her father may be Isaac..
     Frances Dorothy Dixon and George Best MacNair appeared on the 1861 census in Milncroft Rd, Shettleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Geo Best McNair 25, fund owner of coal pits, born Barony parish; his wife Frances D McNair 27, born England, Robert S McNair 4, Charlotte H McNair 3, both born Shettleston.
     Frances Dorothy Dixon and George Best MacNair appeared on the 1871 census in 18 Ashton Ter, Partick, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland. George McNair 35, coalmaster, born Shettleston, his wife Frances W McNair 37, born England; children Francis McNair 9, daughter born Glasgow; Emily McNair 8, Mary McNair 5, George McNair 4, born England, James McNair 2, Mildred McNair 1 month, born Glasgow; Clara T Wunschanana 23, grand daughter, born Russia (Russian subject), Helen Stanser 53 , ladies nurse, born Porteniol?, Perthshire, Catherine Smith 23 Helen N Grant 19 Kate Cope 18 servants .
     Frances Dorothy Dixon and George Best MacNair appeared on the 1881 census in Boquhan Manlion/Mansion? House, Gargunnock, Stirlingshire, Scotland. George Best McNair, married, 45, male, coalmaster, born Shuttleton [Shettleston], Lanark, Scotland; Frances Dorothy McNair, married, wife, 47, born England; Frances Elianor McNair, unmarried, born Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; Emily Edith McNair, unmarried, 18, Glasgow; Mary Christian McNair, 15, Glasgow; James Herbert McNair, 12, Glasgow; Mildred Helen McNair, 10, Glasgow; Philip Lionel Hope McNair, 8, Largs, Ayr; Caroline Gertrude McNair, 5, Largs, Ayr, Scotland (children, all scholars), James Stancer McNair, U, 57, born New Brunswick, brother, lunatic, retired military officer; Bertha Elise Palite, U, 31, governess, born Poysia, Germany, Mary Munro, U, 40, cook, born Kilbrundon, Argyll, Scotland, Margret Douglas, U, 26, nurse, born Elgin, Elgin, Agnes Wright Armstrong, U, 27, table maid, born Port of Monteath, Perth, Anne Hossack, U, 37, laundry maid, Inverness, Inverness, Mary Crawford, U, 21, housemaid, born Stirling, Stirling, Jack A Tobouler, U, 23, coachman, born Greenock, Renfrew.
     Frances Dorothy Dixon and George Best MacNair appeared on the 1891 census in 'Birchbank', Montgomery Tce, Largs, Argyllshire, Scotland. George Best McNair 55, living on private means, brn Shettleston, his wife Frances D McNair 57, children Frances E McNair 29, Emily E McNair 28, Mary C McNair 25, Mildred H McNair 20, all born in Glasgow; Philip L H McNair, born Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, 18, Caroline Gertrude McNair 15, born Skelmorlie; William Stevenson 56, visitor, born Paisley, tea importer, Mary S Steele 23, Margaret Morrison 29, Jane Cunningham Rae 14, Annie Evelyn Reynolds 23 servants.

Children of Frances Dorothy Dixon and George Best MacNair

Grahame Patrick Dixon

(16 May 1873 - 7 August 1947)
     Grahame Patrick Dixon was commonly known as Pat. He was born on 16 May 1873 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan.
     Grahame was educated from to 1891 at Brisbane Grammar School, Queensland.
     Grahame matriculated medicine at Sydney University, from 1892 to 1897. Grahame was a doctor from 1898. In 1989 he was resident medical officer at Royal Prince Alffred in Sydney, then returned to Brisbane as a resident at the Hospital for Sick Children. He commenced private practice in Maryborough and after ten years travelled overseas for post graduate work insurgery. He studied in England and Scotland and on the Continent and then returned to Brisbane to set up practice in Wickham Terrace as a consultant surgeon. War then broke out and he enlisted.
     He served as a Colonel in the Army from 1914 to 1918. He sailed as a major with the Third Field Ambulance on September 25 1914. Following training in Egypt and Lemnos he went to Gallipoli, and with Graham Butler, also of Brisbane, he was one the first medical officers ashore. After the Gallipoli campaign he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in charge of the First Light Horse Field Ambulance. This unit served under his command with distinction in Egypt and the Sinai desert. In 1917 he was appointed Assistant Director of Medical Services, Australian Mounted Division, with the rank of Colonel. He was later involved with the Repatriation Hospital. He was awarded a CBE (Commander of the British Enmpire) in 1919.
     Grahame died on 7 August 1947 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 74. He left money to John Parkinson.

Hubert Roy Dixon

(29 November 1880 - )
     Hubert Roy Dixon was born on 29 November 1880 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan.

John Maxwell Dixon

John Russell Dixon

(4 October 1918 - 10 May 1944)
     John Russell Dixon was born on 4 October 1918 in Eagle Junction, Queensland. He was the son of Joseph Eric Dixon and Mary Bridget Shannon.
     John died on war service on 10 May 1944 in England aged 25. His 'Roll of Honour' F/O Jack Dixon, RAAF states: He was educated at Eagle Junction State School and the Brisbane Grammar School and joined the Company 1 April 1935 and was the first male clerk appointed when the Queensland Branch was opened. In October 1939 he enlisted in the AIF as a private, and on 5 May 1940 sailed for England with the 1st Anti-Tank Regiment of the 6th Division. After a brief period in England, he arrived in the Middle East on Christmas Eve 1940, and served there followed by some months in Colombo, returning to Australia in August 1942. Jack transferred to the RAAF on 3 January 1943, and trained at Narrandera and Evans Head. He received his Air Gunner wing and Commission at the latter station on 16 September 1943 and a few days later left Australia once more for England. He did well on his combat course, and won the course trophy (picture included) at Lossiemouth, Scotland in January 1944.
His parents are Mr & Mrs J E Dixon of Eagle Junction, Brisbane. At the time of his retirement Mr Dixon was Manager, Branch Dept., Queensland, of the National Bank of Australasia Ltd
.

Joseph Black Dixon

(26 September 1836 - 6 March 1882)
     Joseph Black Dixon was born on 26 September 1836 in Hobart, Tasmania. He was the son of Joseph Dixon & his wife Alice Russell who married in Hobart 3 May 1834.
     He was appointed Lieutenant iin the Queensland Volunteer Artillery in 1864. Joseph was a bank officer, in Brisbane, Queensland.
     Joseph Black Dixon married Louisa Jane Sloan, daughter of David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips, on 15 December 1869 in St John's, Brisbane, Queensland. On the 15th Dec, at St John's Church by the Rev T Jones, Joseph Black, eldest son of the late Joseph Dixon Esq. of Hobart Town Tas. to Louisa Jane, 2nd daughter of the late David Sloan Esq. M.D. of Maitland NSW. Joseph Black Dixon was listed in a directory dated 1874 as J B Dixon, Manager, Bank of Australasia at Queen St, Brisbane, Queensland. He was listed in a directory dated between 1878 and 1879 as Dixon, J B, Manager, Bank of Australasia at Queen & Wharf Sts, Brisbane, Queensland.
     Joseph died of liver cancer on 6 March 1882 in Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania, aged 45.

Children of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan

Joseph Eric Dixon

(30 May 1875 - 23 October 1944)
     Joseph Eric Dixon was commonly known as Eric. He was born on 30 May 1875 in Brisbane, Queensland. Brisbane: on 30th May, at the Bank of Australasia, the wife of Joseph B Dixon, of a son.
. He was the son of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan. Joseph was a banker.
     Joseph Eric Dixon married Mary Bridget Shannon on 27 September 1915 in Queensland, Australia.
     Joseph died on 23 October 1944 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 69.

Children of Joseph Eric Dixon and Mary Bridget Shannon

Kezia Dixon

(March 1849 - 25 April 1936)
     Kezia Dixon was also known as Kate in records. She's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1849 in Holbeach Hurn, Lincolnshire.
     Kezia Dixon married Charles Jarvis Stancer, son of Jarvis Stancer and Mary Burnham, on 18 February 1868 in All Saints, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
     Kezia Dixon and Charles Jarvis Stancer appeared on the 1871 census in Hurn Hall, Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Charles Stancer, head, 26, labourer born Algarkirk, with his wife Kezia 22 and children Ellen 3, Martha 1, all born at Holbeach, and two lodgers.
     Kezia Dixon and Charles Jarvis Stancer appeared on the 1881 census in Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Charles Stancer; 35, married, born Algarkirk, Lincoln, head, labourer; Keiza Stancer, 31, wife, born Holbeach Bank, Lincoln; James, 10 born Holbeach Hurn, Lincoln, son, scholar; Eliz. 5, born Holbeach Hurn, Lincoln, daughter, scholar; David 4, born Holbeach Hurn, son; Kate, 2, born Holbeach Hurn, daughter; Christopher, 6 months, born Holbeach Hurn, Son.
     Kezia Dixon and Charles Jarvis Stancer appeared on the 1891 census in Holbeach. Charles Stancer, head, 45, agricultural labourer, birthplace not known; his wife Kate [sic] 42, born Holbeach Hurn, children, Jane 16, David 14, ag. lab., both born Holbeach Hurn, Christopher, 11, Wiliam 9, Alice, 7, Alfred 6, Annie 2, all born Holbeach Bank?.
     Kezia Dixon and Charles Jarvis Stancer appeared on the 1901 census in Gedney Marsh, Gedney, Lincolnshire. Charles Stancer, head, 55, ordinary agricultural labourer, with his wife Kezia 51 and sons Christopher 20 horseman on a farm, William 18 teamster on a farm, Samuel 9, all born at Holbeach.
     Kezia Dixon and Charles Jarvis Stancer appeared on the 1911 census in Hurn Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Charles Stancer, 65, small farmer, wife Kixia, 61, married 43 years, 15 children, 13 living, 2 deceased; sons Alfred 26 & Samuel 14, labourers, all born in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, grandson Christopher 8 at school, born Manchester.
     Kezia died on 25 April 1936 in Holbeach Hurn, Lincolnshire, aged 87.

Children of Kezia Dixon and Charles Jarvis Stancer

Lewis David Dixon

(9 May 1877 - )
     Lewis David Dixon was born on 9 May 1877 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Joseph Black Dixon and Louisa Jane Sloan.

Mary Dixon

     Mary Dixon married William Addison, son of Christopher Addison, on 26 October 1601 in Glatton, Huntingdonshire.

Children of Mary Dixon and William Addison

Mary Dixon

( - before 19 March 1797)
     Mary Dixon married James Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker and Mary Burgess, circa 1750 in St Giles, London, Middesex. The marriage registers don't start until 1751.. Mary Dixon was an executor of James Bowker's estate on 22 April 1768 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Mary Dixon made a will dated 29 April 1786 in Lambs Conduit St, London, Middlesex. Also codicil, dated 4 Apr1796 of Mary Bowker of Lambs Conduit St. (Middx.), widow (of Hoddesdon (Herts. when codical added), late of London). Bequeaths £2,000 4% bank annuities to Charles Spence of Walthamstow (Essex), esq., and Joseph Bushman (Busham in ZB0584/13) of Guildhall (London) gent., upon trust to pay out of the interest and dividends thereof, and annuity of £10 p.a. for life to Mary White (wife of James White of Brick Lane Old Street, tallow chandler) and the residue of the interest and dividends which accrue during MW's life to her daughter (and only child) Charlotte Frances Bowker for life, for her sole and separate use; and upon trust, from and after the decease of CFB, to assign and transfer the capital to the child(ren) of CFB, share and share alike, when they attain their majorities, with various provisoes for their maintenance and education etc. during their minorities and conditions and provisoes in the event of their being no such child etc.
Other legacies, to be paid out of her personal estate, comprise: £20 to Mary Andrews (wife of John Andrews and daughter of Burgess Bowker of Alconbury Weston (Hunts.)) £10 to Mary Andrews (daughter of John and Mary Andrews) £10 each to George Negus of Kings St., Bloomsbury, coachmaker, Elizabeth Ladds (wife of Thomas Ladds of St. Neots (Hunts.), cabinet maker), Charlotte Fox (wife of John Fox of Huntingdon, cabinet maker) and Mary Negus of St. Neots spinster (all sons and daughters of George and Elizabeth Negus of St. Neots, deceased) £10 each to Mary Ladds (daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Ladds) and George Fox (son of John and Charlotte Fox) £20 to Henry Wade of Arthur St. in Goswell St. (in the parish of St. Luke), watchmaker £20 to Mrs. [?sic] Charlotte Woodward of the Palace of Canterbury, late of Great Ealing (Middx.), spinster £10 to the trustees of the Asylum for Orphans or deserted children in the County of Surrey; £10 to the trustees of Magdalen Hospital; and £10 to the minister and churchwardens of Kingsthorpe for the use of the poor of the parish Bequeathes 10 guineas each to Charles Spence and Joseph Bushman (both appointed as executors). Devises and bequeaths all the residue of her estate and effects to her daughter Charlotte Frances Bowker (appointed as executrix). Codicil (4 Apr. 1796). Bequeathes 20 guineas to William Bowker of Peterborough, attorney at law. Witness: Edm. Wilcox of Hoddesdon (Herts.) She added a codicil to her will on 4 April 1796 in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.
     Mary died before 19 March 1797 in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire. She was buried on 19 March 1797 in Kingsthorpe, Northamptonshire. Mary Bowker of Hoddesden.
     Her will was proved on 8 April 1797 at PCC.

Child of Mary Dixon and James Bowker

Patrick Leslie Dixon

(13 January 1917 - 5 November 1996)
     Patrick Leslie Dixon was commonly known as Les. He was born on 13 January 1917 in Eagle Junction, Queensland. He was the son of Joseph Eric Dixon and Mary Bridget Shannon. He reported for active duty between 1940 and 1945. His brother Jack's 1944 obituary states that F/Lt Patrick Leslie Dixon, enlisted in the RAAF in May 1940 and went to England in December 1940 with the first contingent of fully trained airmen to leave Australia. Whilst on an operational flight his plane had to be abandoned and after being afloat for a few days, he was picked up by an an enemy vessel, and has been a prisoner of war for three years..
     Patrick died on 5 November 1996 in Goulburn, New South Wales, aged 79.

Sarah Brooker Dixon

(circa July 1841 - 22 April 1875)
     Sarah Brooker Dixon was born circa July 1841 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker. Sarah Brooker Dixon was christened on 20 February 1842 in St Benedict, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. They were of Hyde Park Corner, her father was described as a printer.
     Sarah Brooker Dixon married George Meares on 14 March 1864 in Melbourne, Victoria.
     Sarah died on 22 April 1875 in 'Grosvenor', Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria.

Sheila Helen Dixon

(4 November 1919 - 25 March 1996)
     Sheila Helen Dixon was born on 4 November 1919 in Eagle Junction, Queensland. She was the daughter of Joseph Eric Dixon and Mary Bridget Shannon.
     Sheila died on 25 March 1996 in Toowong, Queensland, aged 76.

Stephen Chancellor Dixon

(14 January 1816 - 1 November 1891)
     Stephen Chancellor Dixon was born on 12 December 1815 in Margate, Kent, England. He was christened on 14 January 1816 in St John, Thanet, Kent, England. He was the son of David Dixon & Rebecca, shoemaker of Margate.
     The marriage of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker was registered in Cambridgeshire, in the March 1841 quarter.
     Stephen Chancellor Dixon appeared on the 1841 census in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Susan Brooker45, Stephen Dixon 25, Sarah Dixon 25, occupations illegible, he was not born in the county.
     Stephen Chancellor Dixon was recorded on the 1851 census in Church St, Trumpington, Cambridgeshire, England. He was a 35 year old schoolmaster.
     Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Emily Dixon arrived per "Monarch" in January 1859 at Victoria. Stephen 40, Sarah 40, William 14, Sarah 14, Fanny 10, Charles 6 & Emily 3.
     The Argus on 24 March 1860 reported re the Denominational School Board: The efficiency of the training establishement in connexion with the Church of England has been increased by the arrival from England of a superintendent, Mr Stephen Chancellor Dixon, who commenced his duties on 7 Feb 1859 at a salary of £550 per annum.
He was electoed as a member of the Royal Society in June 1865..
     Stephen died on 1 November 1891 in 'Sylverley', Hawthorn Rd, Caulfield, Victoria, aged 75. He was aged 75. Late Superintendent of Training Schools, Melbourne.
     His will was proved on 11 December 1891 at Victoria. Stephen C DIXON of Caulfield. Died 01 Nov 1891; Gent.

Children of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker

Sydney Edwin Dixon

(1860 - )
     Sydney Edwin Dixon was born in 1860 in Victoria. He was the son of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker.
     Sydney Edwin Dixon married Alice Mary Williams on 16 December 1891 in Caulfield, Victoria.

William Bonnett Dixon

(30 May 1844 - 9 January 1930)
     William Bonnett Dixon was christened on 30 May 1844 in St Benedict, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. They were of Hyde Park Corner, Cambridge and Stephen was a printer.
He was living in NZ at his father's death in 1891. He was the son of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker.
     William died on 9 January 1930 in Havelock North, Hastings, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, aged 85. DIXON. -On the 9th January, at Sylverley, Havelock North, New Zealand, William Bonnett, eldest, son of Stephen Chancellor Dixon, late of Sylverley, Caulfield, in his 89th year.

Gwenyth May Dobson or Davis

(1916 - 7 January 1984)
     Gwenyth May Dobson or Davis was born in 1916 in St Kilda, Victoria. She was the daughter of Townley Osborne Dobson and May Davis.
     Gwenyth May Dobson or Davis married Frank Frederick Jameson in 1941 in Victoria.
     Gwenyth May Dobson or Davis lived at 9 Imperial Ave, Bayswater, Victoria.
     Gwenyth died on 7 January 1984 in Fern..., Victoria.