Dixon

Dixon is an alternative to Dickson. It is of English origin meaning son of Richard, or Dick's son.

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Paul Dixon Show - The Chicken Wedding - Live At The Ohio State Fair
... Beginning in 1966 on a request from then-Ohio Governor Jim Rhodes, The Paul Dixon Show (and other local shows on WLWT) began making annual visits to the Ohio State Fair ... By the end of the 1960s, nearly 600,000 people had been a part of Dixon's studio audience, (by comparison, this figure is nearly twice the 2006 population of ...
Dixon, New Mexico
... Dixon is an unincorporated village located in Rio Arriba County in the U.S ... The elevation of Dixon is 6028 feet (1837 meters) above sea level ... a tributary of the Rio Grande, which it flows into two miles (3.2 km) down stream from Dixon ...
Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band - Career
... they had been backing a British Blues singer by the name of Errol Dixon ... Their first single featuring Dixon, "Shake, Shake, Senora" / "Akinla" released on Columbia had sunk without a trace ... Pete Gage needed a singer front his new band and replace the previous singer Errol Dixon, and asked Washington to join ...
Baltimore Mayoral Election, 2007 - September 2007
... a week before election day, a September 2 Baltimore Sun poll had Dixon maintaining her strong lead ... According to the Sun, "Dixon leads City Councilman Keiffer J ... It would take a huge misstep on the part of Sheila Dixon for her not to win this one." Bundley (4%) and Carter (2%) showed no improvement over the previously released July poll ...
Dixon Township, Logan County, North Dakota
... Dixon Township is a former township in Logan County, North Dakota, United States ... government disbanded in 2001, and is now designated by the United States Census Bureau as Dixon Unorganized Territory ...