NameFrank Oakes DIXON
Birth30 Jul 1882, Gildersome, Yorkshire, England
Spouses
Birthabt 1878, England
Death1959
BurialSt. Mary the Virgin Churchyard Cemetery, Metchosin, BC
ChildrenMeneen Madelene (1907-1996)
Notes for Frank Oakes DIXON
Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force Attestation Paper
Frank Oakes Dixon, born Gildersome, England
Next of kin: wife Madeline M. Dixon, Box 422, Calgary Alberta
Born July 30, 1882
Farmer
Served with the 9th Lancers, England and South Africa for 5 years.
Distinctive marks: Bullet wound below right elbow
Height 5 feet 9 3/4 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair
Church of England
Medical Examination December 8, 1915, Calagary
137th Overseas Battalion, C. E. F.
Notes for Madeline M. (Spouse 1)
Canadian Passenger Lists
Departed Liverpool, arrived Halifax, Nova Scotia on the Virginian, April 18, 1913, Madaline Dixon, age 34, married, has been in Canada before in 1905 at Calgary for 2 years, 7 years away, English race, destination Calgary Alberta to husband, clerk, Church of England. Daughter ???? [can’t decipher name, the transcriber has Norine which sounds much like Meneen] Dixon, age 5, never been in Canada, born England.

In the 1916 census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Calgary West, Alberta, place of habitation Sarcee Municipality.
Wife Madeline M. Dixon, age 38, born England, Anglican, immigrated 1912 [should be 1913],
Head Frank O. Dixon, in military service in Canada, age 37, born England, Anglican immigration year 1914.
Daughter Meneen M. Dixon, age 8, born England, immigrated 1912.
In the same dwelling. Listed first are Thomas and Annie Perry and their children and there habitation place is Beddington Municipality.

Death year from headstone photo at www.geneofun.on.ca
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