Dickens Family History

Dickens Genealogy & History

Dickens stems from the Norman Dick, a pet name for the German name Richard, meaning brave and powerful. With the suffixes of -en and -s, it means the son of the son of Dick. Some other spellings are Diquon, Dikens, Diggens, Dykyns, Diggons, and Dycon. Dickens family history has Richard Dicun as the first known recording of the name as a witness in the Assize Court of Staffordshire, England, in 1203. Some members of Dickens genealogy are British author Charles Dickens; feminist, guitarist, and bluegrass singer Hazel Jane Dickens; barrister and King's Counsel Henry Fielding Dickens; and Rice University earth science professor Gerald R. Dickens.

Dickens Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Page D.-- --, 1912November 7,1999WV
Barbara D.-- --, 1952March 4,2002TX
Callie D.-- --, 1894July ,1983NC
Daisy D.-- --, 1919December 8,2002VA

Dickens Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Eak D.-- --, 1904November ,1972Dardanelle,AR
Fannie D.-- --, 1895May ,1974Wagram,NC
Gail D.-- --, 1956December 18,2009Stewart,TN
H Derrell D.-- --, 1918March 27,1994El Dorado,AR

Dickens Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Alvin D.Dorothy NifongFebruary 27,1960Wake, NC
Billy D.Betty MedlinNovember 2,1957Wake, NC
Charles D.Elmo SilerApril 3,1939Wake, NC
Dwight D.Loretta PopeMay 9,1956Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Dickens

1972nd: Burdick1973rd: Arnett
1974th: Renner1975th: Bartholomew
1976th: Mercado1977th: Heck
1978th: Cervantes1979th: Velez
1980th: Bock1981st: Fine

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