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Affidavit of Armistead Flippin and Francis Flippin concerning the military service of Henry Dixon [Extracts]
Flippin, Armistead; Flippin, Francis
Volume 14, Page 311

Extract from the petition of the heirs of Lt. Col. Hal Dixon of the Continentals (Caswell Co). The affidavit of Armistead and Francis Flippin asserts that Dixon “died of a wound received in said war” in 1782 and Nancy Stafford, then of Smith Co., Tenn., makes oath that Dixon “returned home, (to Caswell Co.,) sick of a wound received in some battle in S. C., which wound was the cause of his death.” He died 17th July, 1782. He was wounded three times—the last time mortally—Once at Stono, S. C., 20th June, 1779.