John Dix – Tombstone Inscription

Dix, John
Section 16.1
ID #163160

John Dix
Fisher’s Co.
VA Militia
War of 1812
Oct. 8, 1792
June 10, 1865

City Cemetery Interment Book. John Dix. Buried June 12, 1865 72 Years Residence City; (Buried near) Oak avenue; Lot
1908 Plat. Section 16.1 (16 NP) Lot 19, Lot owned by William Dix. Only one tombstone was identified on the 1908 Plat which was for Frances Dix (1820-1881), widow of John Dix.
Marriage. John Dix married Frances A. Zuccarello, widow, in Davidson County on January 4, 1855.
Military Service. John Dix. Private in Capt. B. Fisher’s Company Virginia Militia, served from 20 July to August 31, 1814. On March 12, 1879, his widow Frances A. Dix received Pension for John Dix’s War of 1812 military service.

Research Report by Fletch Coke 7-5-2017

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Obituary. Daily Press and Times, June 12, 1865
DIED At his residence on the Lebanon Pike, four miles from the city, Mr. John Dix, aged 72 years, 8 months and 2 days. The friends and acquaintances of the family and his son, Mr. William Dix, are invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of Mr. William Dix, South Summer street, between Elm and Oak streets, today, Monday, June 12th at 11 o’clock A.M.

CLICK HERE for Obituary. Nashville Weekly Press & Daily Times, June 12, 1865