- Christened: 9 May 1784, Ford Chapel (Independent), Stokenham & Chivelstone, Devon, England 1
- Married: 8 Dec 1805, Brixham St. Mary, Devon, England 2
- Died: 1861, Caistor district, Lincolnshire, England 3
Called Rebekkah in the christening record.
In 1841, Rebecca Dymond (57), widow, was living in Staffordshire Place, Ramsgate, Isle of Thanet, Kent, England. Present were children: Thomas Dymond (30), fisherman, Nicholas Dymond (21), bricklayer, Emma Dymond (13), dressmaker, [daughter] Ann Squires (35), [son-in-law] Saml. Squires (40), fisherman, [granddaughter] Ann Squires (11), [grandson] Saml. Squires (4)
In 1851, Rebecca Dimond (67) of Kingsbridge Devon, widow, nurse, was with her daughter Ann Squire and her family at 11 William Street, Holy Trinity, Hull, Yorkshire, England.
Rebecca Dimond died in 1861 in the Caistor district of Lincolnshire, which includes Great Grimsby where daughter Ann Squire and her family were living in 1861. Daughter Anne died there in 1870.
Rebecca married Samuel DYMOND on 8 Dec 1805 in Brixham St. Mary, Devon, England 2. (Samuel DYMOND was born about 1777 and was buried on 1 May 1837 in St. Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, England 4 , aged 60 years.)
Samuel Dymond of this Parish, mariner, and Rebecca Dare* of the same were married by Banns published Nov 3, 10 and 17, Wm. Eales, Minister
* Signed Rebeckah Dure and called Rebeccah Dure in the Marriage Banns.
Witnesses: Nicholas Dure, Rich:d Herswill?