DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE JACKSON

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                     Stella Cotrill and Don Norman

 

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    George Jackson was born in England about 1550. He married Elizabeth

Wynham.

 

Known children of George and Elizabeth (Wynham) Jackson.

 

  2.  (1). Christopher             b.c.     1575

 

  3.  (2). Richard                 b.c.     1582   d.Jun 22 1672

         m. Isabel Maltby

 

3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

     Richard Jackson was born in England about 1582 and died June 22,

1672 in Nassau County NY.  He married Isabel Maltby in Nottinghamshire,

England about 1619. Isabella, a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Greaves)

Maltby, was born in Cambridge, England in 1586 and died February 12,

1661 in Suffolk County NY. It is believed that this Jackson family came

to America with the first Winthrop fleet of 1630-1631. Richard owned a

tract of land at Southold MA as early as 1640.

Richard married Elizabeth (Key) Brown May 12, 1662 in Middlesex County

MA. Elizabeth, a daughter of William Key, was born about 1598 in

Middlesex County, MA and died in 1677 in Plymouth, MA.

 

Known children of Richard and Isabel (Maltby) Jackson.

 

  5.  (1). Richard Jr.             b.       1610

 

  6.  (2). Mary

 

  7.  (3). Robert                  b.       1620    d.Oct    1685

         m.Agnes Washburn  1644

 

 

7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

     Robert Jackson, a son of Richard and Isabel (Maltby) Jackson, was

born at Scrooby, England in 1620 and died at Hempstead, Long Island,

NY in October 1685.  He married Agnes Washburn in 1644.  Agnes was a

daughter of William and Jane (Whitehead) Washburn.

    Robert was among a group of settlers who migrated from Southold

Mass. to Wethersfield and Stamford, Connecticut and from there to the

west end of Long Island, where they established Hempstead in 1643.

This was the first distinctly English settlement in a Dutch ruled

colony. In 1656, "Robert Jackson and others wished to improve their

labors" and applied to Governor Stuyvesant for permission to begin

plantations toward Canarsie and Jamaica.  They also requested more

liberty and a representative government.

    After the Dutch surrender to the English on August 27, 1664, the

colony was renamed New York.  Govern Nichol called a convention of two

delegates from each Long Island town to frame a code of laws to govern

the colony.  This convention was held at Hempstead February 28, 1665,

with Robert Jackson and John Hicks representing Hempstead.  The code

of laws written at this convention remained in force until after the

Revolution.

    Robert's will, dated May 25, 1683 and proved October 13, 1685, is

found in Will Book A in Queens County, NY.

 

Children of Robert and Agnes (Washburn) Jackson.

 

  8.  (1). John                    b.c.     1645   d.Dec  6 1725

         m.Elizabeth Seaman

 

  9.  (2). Samuel                  b.c.     1644

 

 10.  (3). Sarah                   b.       1647

         m.Nathaniel Moore

 

 11.  (4). Martha

         m.Nathaniel Cole  Jun 30 1667

 

 12.  (5). Mary                    b.       1651

 

13. (6). Joshua

 

14. (7). Joseph

 

8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE

JACKSON

 

     John Jackson, a son of Robert and Agnes (Washburn) Jackson, was

born at Hempstead, Long Island, NY in 1645 and died at Jerusalem, NY

December 6, 1725. John married Elizabeth Seaman in 1672. Elizabeth, a

daughter of John and Elizabeth (Strickland) Seaman, was born on Long

Island about 1653.

   John was a member of the Assembly in 1664 when the Colony of New

York was established.  He is recorded as Captain of the Queen's Troops

in 1689, as a Juryman in 1691, as High Sheriff 1693-1716,

Representative to the Colonial Legislature in 1699, Justice of the

Peace in 1700, as Lieutenant Colonel in 1701, as Colonel December 30,

1701, as a member of the Protestant Petition to King William III in

1703, as Commissioner of Highway 171-1723 and as Judge of Queen's

County from 1723 until his death in 1725.

    His will is dated August 26, 1724 and was probated December 6,

1725.

I, JOHN JACKSON, of Hempstead, in Queens County, Esquire being well in

body.

I leave to my son, Samuel Jackson, the house and land that I now dwell

upon at Jerusalem, beginning at the northwest corner of the land by the

south side of the road that parts my land and the Seaman's tract of

land, and so to run on the east side of the road that leads to the South

till it comes to the fence

on the south side of my young orchard, and so to run east as the fence

stands till it cometh to the fence that parts my son John Jackson's land

and my land that I now dwell on, and then to run east as the fence

stands, to the east end of it; and from thence a due east line to the

east end of my land; and then to run north as the lines of my land runs

to the north side of it, and then as the path goeth to the bounds first

mentioned; also the land where his house standeth, bounded west by the

road that leads to South, south by land of Joshua Barnes, north by fence

that parts the land of my son John and my land that I now dwell on. And

these pieces are to contain one half of my tract of land that lyeth in a

body at Jerusalem. I leave to my son John the tract of land where he now

dwelleth at Jerusalem, being the equal 1/2 of said tract of land; also 3

lots of meadow and all the upland on the "Half Neck," so called; also a

piece of land on the Great Neck, above the Indian path or road across

the Neck, adjoining to the Half Neck brook, 24 acres which he now hath

in his possession; Also my 3 1/2 lots of meadow on the Great Neck, to

the west of the Parsonage lot of meadow, bounded west by the Ditch, and

all the upland that lyeth above the said meadow and to the neck fence,

westward of Ireland's path; also 1/2 of that piece of land on the west

side of Great Neck, north of the 8 acre lot, including my 8 acre lot I

bought of Peter Titus, and south of Joshua Barnes' land. And he is to

have the north end of the piece of land adjoining to Joshua Barnes'

land. I leave to my son Samuel all my meadow and upland on the east side

of Great Neck, bounded west by the Parsonage meadow, south by Ireland's

path, north by the neck and east by the Half Neck brook; also that

parcel of land and meadow lying on the Great Neck, east of the 8 acre

lot and west of the path to South; Also the south half of the lot above

the 8 acre lot including 1/2 of the 8 acre lot I bought of Peter Titus;

Also another piece of land lying on the east side of Joshua Barnes'

homestead, and west of the 50 acre lot; being 34 acres and 148 rods;

also 50 acres of land lying between Jerusalem swamp and Birdsall's

swamp, bounded east by Jerusalem brook, and west by the brook of

Birdsall's swamp, north by Thomas Seaman and running west to Birdsall's

swamp or Little meadow brook, and extending down south till it makes 50

acres; Also my house and barn and 4 home lots in the Town Plot of

Hempstead, and one lot of meadow he now has. I also leave to him John

Hewes' right in the undivided lands of Hempstead. I leave to my son John

79 acres of land to be taken up on my right in the Town of Hempstead;

also 100 acres to be taken up on the same right. I leave to my son,

James Jackson, 156 acres of land to be taken up on my right. And I leave

to my three sons all the remainder of my estate in Hempstead or

elsewhere, both divided and undivided, and Hollows on the Plains, and Ox

Pasture rights in both Ox Pastures, and all my rights in the Patent of

Hempstead. I leave to my daughter, Elizabeth Doughty, a negro girl. To

my daughter, Martha Titus, another negro girl called "Nanny,"

" I will that the first girl that Nanny hath after the date of these

presents, shall be to my daughter Hannah Seaman, and she shall have it

when it is fit to wean." "And when my daughter Martha dieth, then Nanny

shall be to my grand-daughter, Elizabeth Titus."

" I leave to my son-in-law, Jeckomiah Scott, the negro woman he has in

his possession, until his youngest children are of age, and then she or

her value shall be divided among his four daughters. "

I leave to my daughter, Sarah Barnes, a negro girl. To my daughter,

Elizabeth Doughty, my best bed, and to the four daughters of my

daughter, Mary Scott, deceased, my next best bed. I make my trusty

friends, Captain John Tredwell and my three sons, executors.

 

Witnesses,

Timothy Bayley,

Daniel Jones,

William Willis.

 

Children of John and Elizabeth (Seaman) Jackson.

 

 15.  (1).  James                  b.c.     1670   d.Oct 15 1735

         m.Rebecca Hallett 1694

         m.Abigail ------

 

 16.  (2). Martha (twin)           b.       1678   d.Dec 10 1753

         m.Peter Titus

           s/o Edmond and Martha (Washburn) Titus

 

17.  (3). Mary  (twin)             b.       1678   D.Mar  9 1748

         m.Jeremiah Scott

 

 18.  (4). Sarah                   b.c.     1681

         m.Joshua Barnes

 

 19.  (5). Samuel                  b.       1684   d.       1728

         m.Ruth Smith

         m.Abigail Seaman

 

 20.  (6). Hannah                  b.c.     1685

         m.Richard Seaman

 

 21.  (7). John Jr.                b.       1686   d.       1743

         m.Elizabeth Hallett

 

 22.  (8). Elizabeth               b.       1692

         m.Charles Doughty

 

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON

3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

     James Jackson, a son of John and Elizabeth (Seaman) Jackson, was

born about 1760 on Long Island and died there October 15, 1735.  He

married Rebecca Hallett in 1694.  Rebecca, a daughter of William and

Sarah (Woolsey) Hallett, was born at Astoria, Long Island NY August

31, 1675 and die April 12, 1730. After Rebecca's death, James married

Abigail ------ in only a few month and was "dealt with at the monthly

Quaker meeting for being too hastily married to his second wife,

Abigail ------."

    On October 31, 1733, when Rhode Island and Massachusetts had a

boundary dispute, they chose Isaac Hicks of Hempstead and James

Jackson of Flushing as referees.  The Rhode Island faction were so

"pleased with their [referees] conduct therein that the Colony (Rhode

Island) voted each of them a silver tankard of value fifty pounds with

the Arms of the Colony handsomely engraved thereon, as an

acknowledgement of their assistance in endeavoring to reconcile and

put an end to the dispute between the two governments."

    James' will was dated September 7, 1735.

 I, JAMES JACKSON, of Flushing, in Queens County, yeoman, being sick. I

leave to my wife Abigail the use of 250 pounds, and a negro girl. After

her decease, 100 pounds are to be paid to my sons, William, Joseph,

Richard, Robert, Samuel, Stephen, Benjamin, Thomas, James and John; the

negro girl to my daughters Rebecca Seaman, Charity Dingee, Elizabeth

Field, Hannah Hicks, Martha Jackson, Phebe Randall, and Jemima Hicks,

"to be equally divided after being sold." My executors are to sell all

lands to the best advantage. I leave to Jacob, Stephen, and John

Townsend, sons of Nathaniel Townsend, 15 pounds each. I leave to my

daughters above named 155 pounds, and all my movables. My daughter,

Sarah Clements, to whom I have given a negro woman, shall have 60

pounds. I leave to my sons, Joseph, Richard, Robert and Samuel, o50

each; and to my sons, Stephen and Benjamin, 70 pounds each. All the rest

of my estate to all my sons. Mentions bond to James Burling for 100

pounds. I make my sons, Richard and Samuel, and Henry Hicks, executors.

 

Dated September 27, 1735.

Witnesses,

Gabriel Luff,

John Doughty,

William Mott.

Proved, October 21, 1735.

 

Children of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson.

 

 23.  (1). Thomas                  b.Dec  4 1694

         m.Mary Townsend

 

 24.  (2). Mary                    b.Nov 20 1696

         m.Jacob Willets  Dec 1717

       m. Nathaniel Townsend

 

 25.  (3). Sarah                   b.Dec 11 1697

         m. Samuel Clement

 

 26.  (4). Rebecca                 b.Feb 20 1699

 

 27.  (5). John                    b.Mar  9 1701

         m.Sarah Doty

 

 28.  (6). Charity                 b.Feb 26 1702

         m. John Dingee

 

 29.  (7). Elizabeth               b.Mar 20 1703

         m.Nathaniel Field 1725

 

 30.  (8). James Jr.               b.Jun  4 1704

         m. Sarah Thorn  Feb 10 1726

         m. Mary Thorn

 

 31.  (9). William                 b.Jul  6 1705    d.May    1760

         m. Anne Dupuy

         m. Prudence Smith

 

 32. (10). Hannah                  b.Aug  5 1706

         m.Henry Hicks

 

 33. (11). Martha                  b.Jan 26 1709

         m. William Green

 

 34. (12). Joseph                  b.Feb  9 1710    d.       1769

         m.Margaret Burgess

         m.Mary Ann Robinson  1737

 

 35. (13). Richard                 b.Mar 20 1711    d.       1739

      m. Mary Wright

 

 36. (14). Phebe                   b.May 13 1712

         m.Edward Fitz-Randolph Oct 3 1734

           (b.Sep 5 1706-d.May 26 1750)

 

 37. (15). Robert                  b.May 16 1713

       m. Sarah Hewlett

 

 38. (16). Jemima                  b.Nov 25 1714

         m. Henry Hicks

 

 39. (17). Samuel                  b.Jul 21 1716

         M. Sarah Carpenter

 

 40. (18). Stephen                 b.Aug 17 1717

         m. Mary Lewis

 

 41. (19). Benjamin                b.Jul 26 1719

 

18.SARAH JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Sarah Jackson, a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Seaman) Jackson,

was born about 1681 at Jamaica, Queens County NY. She married Joshua

Barnes. Joshua was born April 8, 1683 in South Hampton, NY.

 

Known children of Joshua and Sarah (Jackson) Barnes.

 

 42. (1). Patience

 

 43. (2). Mary

 

 44. (3). John

 

 45. (4). Joshua                   b.c.     1706

 

 46. (5). Elizabeth                b.       1707

 

 47. (6). Sarah                    b. Jul 5 1714

 

 48. (7). Samuel                   b.       1720

 

 49. (8). Richard                  b.c      1722

 

20.HANNAH JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Hannah Jackson, a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Seaman) Jackson,

was born about 1685 in Long Island, NY. She married Richard Seaman.

 

Children of Richard and Hannah (Jackson) Seaman.

 

 50.  (1). Thomas

 

 51.  (2). Richard

 

 52.  (3). William

 

21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    John Jackson Jr., a son of John and Elizabeth (Seaman) Jackson, was

born about 1686 in Long Island NY and died in Queens County NY in 1743.

He married Elizabeth Hallett. Elizabeth, a daughter Samuel and Bridget

(Blackwell) Hallett, was born in Long Island NY and died there in 1744.

 

Children of John and Elizabeth (Hallett) Jackson.

 

 53.  (1). John                    b.c.     1709

         m. Kesiah Mott

 

 54.  (2). Richard

         m. Jane Seaman

 

55.  (3). Mary

         m. Samuel Titus

 

 56.  (4). Samuel

         m. Mary Townsend

 

 57.  (5). Phoebe                  b.Aug 16 1715

         m. ----- Jones

 

 58.  (6). Sarah

 

22.ELIZABETH JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Elizabeth Jackson, a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Seaman)

Jackson, was born in Queens County NY in 1672 and died in January 1758.

She married Charles Doughty in Queens County about 1690. Charles, a son

of Elias and Sarah (Francis) Doughty, was born in Queens County in 1667.

 

Children of Charles and Elizabeth (Jackson) Doughty.

 

 59.  (1). John                    b.c.     1695

 

 60. (2). Charles

 

 61. (3). Samuel

 

 62. (4). Benjamin

 

 63. (5). Sarah

 

 64. (6). Elizabeth

 

 65. (7). Mary

 

 66. (8). Hannah

 

 67. (9). Martha

 

 68. (10). Phoebe

 

23.THOMAS JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON   3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Thomas Jackson, a son of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson, was

born December 4, 1694 in Long Island, NY. Hi will was dated May 6, 1759

and proved February 7, 1760.

Text: These presents witnesseth that I, Thomas Jackson, of Oyster Bay,

being this 6th day of May, 1759, under an indisposition of body." I

leave to my wife Mary my best bed and furniture, and indoor movables. I

leave to my son Samuel 5 [pounds], to be applied to his use in

Schooling. All the rest of estate to be sold by executors. I desire that

my two eldest sons Robert and Thomas shall have the first offer and

refusal at full value. The proceeds to be given to my wife Mary and my

children, Robert, Thomas, Daniel, Samuel, and Phebe. I make my friends,

Zebulon Seaman, and William Seaman, both of Oyster Bay, executors.

He married Mary Townsend about 1725. Mary, a daughter of James Townsend,

was born about 1700 in Long Island, NY.

 

Children of Thomas and Mary (Townsend) Jackson.

 

 69. (1). Daniel

 

 70. (2). Phoebe

 

 71. (3). Robert

 

 72. (4). Thomas

 

 73. (5). Charles

 

 74. (6). Alma

 

 75. (7). James

 

 76. (8). Benjamin

 

 77. (9). Rebecca

 

 78. (10). Samuel

 

24.MARY JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON   3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Mary Jackson, a daughter of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson, was

born November 20, 1696, Southold, Long Island, NY. She married Jacob

Willets in NY in December 26, 1717. Jacob was born in NY June 6, 1697.

    Mary married Nathaniel Townsend. Nathaniel was born in NY about

February 25, 1697/98.

 

Children of Jacob and Mary (Jackson) Willets.

 

 79.  (1). Richard                 b. 28 MAY 1718

 

 80.  (2). Mary                    b. 7 MAR 1720/21

 

Children of Nathaniel and Mary (Jackson) [Willets] Townsend.

 

 81. (1). Jacob

 

 82. (2). Stephen

 

27.JOHN JACKSON    15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON   3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    John Jackson, a son of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson, was born

March 9, 1700/01 in Southold, Long Island NY.  He married Sarah Doty

about 1723 in NY.

 

Children of John and Sarah (Doty) Jackson.

 

 83. (1). Elizabeth                 b.Jan  1 1724/25

 

 84. (2). Mary                      b.Jan 22 1727/28

 

 85. (3). Joseph                    b.Apr  3 1731

 

 86.  (4). John                    b. May 5, 1733

 

 87.  (5). Sarah                   b. May 20, 1735

 

 88.  (6). Phoebe                  b. Oct 28 1736

 

 89.  (7). Jamima                  b. Dec 25 1739

 

 90.  (8). Rebecca                 b. May  6 1742

 

 91.  (9). Hannah                  b. Mar  2 1743/44

 

 92. (10). James                   b. Jul 5, 1746

 

28.CHARITY JACKSON    15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     15.JAMES

JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON   3.RICHARD JACKSON

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Charity Jackson, a daughter of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson,

was born February 26, 1701/02 in Southold, Long Island NY. She married

John Dingee in New York. John, a son of Christopher and Mary Dingee, was

born about 1695.

 

Children of John and Charity (Jackson) Dingee.

 

 93. (1). Jane

 

 94. (2). Mary

 

 95. (3). Sarah

 

 96. (4). Martha

 

 

31.WILLIAM JACKSON    15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     15.JAMES

JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON  3.RICHARD JACKSON

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    William Jackson, a son of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson, was

born July 6, 1705 in Newtown, Queens County NY and died May 1760 in NY.

He married Anne Dupuy about in Queens County. She was born about in

Queens County. William married Prudence (-----) Smith about 1746 NY. She

was born about 1729 in Queens County.

 

Children of William and Anne (Dupuy) Jackson.

 

 97.  (1). Eleanor "Nellie"        b.c.     1732

 

 98.  (2). Matthew                 b.c.     1733

 

 99.  (3). Lovely                  b.c.     1735

 

100.  (4). William                 b.c.     1736

         m. Martha ----

 

101.  (5). Samuel                  b.c.     1737

 

102.  (6). Ann                     b.c.     1738

 

103.  (7). Edith E.                b.c      1739

 

104.  (8). Martha                  b.c.     1740

 

105.  (9). Elizabeth               b.c.     1741

 

106. (10). Judith                  b.c.     1742

 

107. (11). John Chandler           b.c.     1743

 

108. (12). Prudence                b.c.     1744

 

Child of William and Prudence (-----) {Smith] Jackson.

 

109.  (1). Phoebe                  b.       1747

 

34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON

7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

     Joseph Jackson, a son of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson, was born at Flushing, Long Island, NY February 9, 1710 and died at Rockaway, Morris County, NJ in 1769. He married Margaret Burgess at Flushing in 1728 and they soon moved to Morris County.  Margaret died there after a few years. Joseph married Mary Ann Robinson in 1737.

After Joseph's death, Mary Ann married Deacon Garrigus of Rockaway and

lived there until her death in 1793. Morris County records indicate that Joseph was a general in the French and Indian War.

 

Children of Joseph and Margaret (Burgess) Jackson.

 

110.  (1). James

 

111.  (2). William                 b.       1736    d.       1808

         Died in Tennessee

 

Children of Joseph and Mary Ann (Robinson) Jackson.

 

112.  (1). Elizabeth

         m.James Tompkins

 

113.  (2). Mary

 

114.  (3). Edward                  b.       1741    d.Jun    1807

         m.Martha Miller 1762

 

115.  (4). Stephen                                 d.infant

 

116.  (5). Stephen                 b.Sep  8 1744    d.Mar 24 1812

         m. Mary Minturn Allen

         m. Mary Burwell  Dec 19 1768

 

117.  (6). Anna                    b.Aug  9 1746    d.Mar 21 1816

         m.Robert Ayers

         m.Josiah Beaman

 

118.  (7). Phoebe

 

119.  (8). Benjamin                b.Mar  5 1752    d.Jun  6 1842

         m.Abigail Mitchell 1774

 

120.  (9). Daniel                  b.Dec 26 1753    d.Apr  9 1837

         m.Jemima Benjamin (Jan 7 1754-Feb 7 1830)

           Served in the Revolution.

 

121. (10). Joseph Jr.

         m.Elizabeth Platt Ogden

 

35.RICHARD JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON   3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Richard Jackson, a son of James and Rebecca (Hallett) Jackson, was

born March 20, 1710/11 in New York. He married Mary Wright.

Will of Richard Jackson:N:

Abstracts of Wills, Vol XII, 1782-1784 1784

Book  Genealogy Library.com Main Page

Page 497.--In the name of God, Amen.

 I, RICHARD JACKSON, of Jerusalem, Township of Hempstead, Queens County,

on Long Island, being of sound mind, memory and understanding. All my

just debts and funeral charges to be paid by my two sons, Richard and

Jacob, equally, at some convenient time after my decease; their bequests

to be charged with said payment. I leave to my wife Jane, all my

household goods within doors, her choice of one horse; my said sons to

purchase at joint expense, a good riding chair, and wench; Also, an

annuity of 50 pounds while my widow, payable by my sons jointly and

equally; Also, the use of the west room in the house where I now live,

and the bedroom on the north and the Chamber above, the north division

of the cellar, the free use of the kitchen by her and my son Jacob; the

use of three cows, provided by my said two sons, the third part of my

garden, sufficient fruit out of my orchard; wool and flax for clothing

her and her wench; meat, grain, firewood, hay and pasture; all while my

widow, and to be in lieu of dower, and all charged on the estate herein

given to my two said sons. Unto my son Richard, my land and meadow on

Oyster Bay, west neck; the last meadow on Half Neck; the lot joining on

the north to the barn of my son Richard, now in fence; the lands on the

west side of the highway where my son Richard now lives; Also, all the

land as far west and south as my land extends on the west side of the

highway, as far north as his present possession extends; Also, the land

I bought of Isaac Jackson, as far east as Seaman's Brook; Also, my lands

on Seaman's Neck adjoining Obadiah Seaman. Unto my son Jacob, the house

and lands where I now live, southward to land herein given to my son

Richard, eastward, westward and northward as far as my land extends on

both sides of the highway; all my meadow on Great Neck, and land

adjoining, for his natural life, without impeachment for waste; at his

death, the same to go to my son Richard for life, of my said son Jacob

to preserve and support the contingent uses and remainders hereinafter

limited, in trust to permit my son Jacob to receive and take the rents

and profits; at Jacob's death to go to his first son and heirs male of

body of such first son, lawfully issuing; in default of such issue, then

to the use of the second, third, and any other son of my son Jacob. In

case of default, the house, lands and meadows shall go to my grandsons,

Richard Jackson Seaman, son of my daughter Jane, and Micah Jackson, the

son of my son Richard, equally; they to receive the rents, etc. After

the decease of Richard Jackson Seaman, one half of said property so

limited to my son Jacob for life, shall go to the first son of said

Richard Jackson Seaman, and to heirs male of the body of such first son,

and in manner above. After the decease of said Micah Jackson, the other

equal half of said house, lands and meadow, so limited, unto the first

son of said Micah Jackson, etc., in like manner as above. Should either

Richard Jackson Seaman and Micah Jackson die without male issue, the

part of him so dying to go to the survivor, or his issue, as above. All

said property to be subject to the privileges herein before given to my

said wife. Should my son Jacob die without issue male, and leaves more

than one daughter, then Richard Jackson Seaman and Micah Jackson, and

their issue male, shall as soon as conveniently may be, out of income of

said property, pay to each daughter, 100 pounds. Unto my son Jacob, 11

acres, at north end of my western most great lot of meadow on Half Neck;

Also, two lots on Seaman's Neck adjoining land he bought of James Pool;

Also, unto Jacob, two negro boys (one named Tice; the other Jef), the

choice of one pair of oxen, two cows, six young cattle, and seven hogs,

two plows, one ox-cart, two hoes, two axes, etc. Unto my son Richard, my

negro man named Peter, my negro boy Elijah. The residue unto my two said

sons, Richard and Jacob, equally, as tenants in common, they paying my

debts and legacies. Unto my daughter Jane, the use of 300 pounds for

life; at her death, the same unto her son, Richard Jackson Seaman,

payable by my said two sons; should he die in her lifetime without

issue, then to her surviving child or children; should she leave none,

then to sink into the residue of the estate for my two sons. Unto my

granddaughter Charity, daughter of my daughter Mary, 300 pounds, payable

by my sons when she is twenty-one, or married; if she dies under age and

unmarried, then said sum to sink back into the residue of my estate. I

make my sons, Richard and Jacob, executors.

 

Dated February 28, 1780.

Witnesses,

 Hannah Jones,

 Peter Herring;

Samuel Jones, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, attorney.

Proved, March 10, 1784.

 

Codicil. Made February 10, 1783. Unto my wife Jane, while my widow, over

and above the aforesaid bequests, the privilege of raising and keeping,

where I now live, such poultry as she may think proper. Also, the

command of my negro boy called Jef, to make fire for her, tend her

garden and horse, etc. She to have two barrels of cider from my orchard

yearly, made by my two sons, Richard and Jacob. Whereas I willed to my

said son Jacob, two lots of land on Seaman's Neck (adjoining land he

bought of James Pool), the said devise is revoked to him; the same is

given, with the house, which I have lately purchased, unto my daughter

Jane, for her sole and separate use for life; not to be subject to the

debts or control of her husband. At her death the Pool property and the

two adjoining lots to go to her two sons, Richard Jackson Seaman and

Jacob Jackson Seaman, in equal shares. Also, unto Jane, the horse and

three cows now in her possession; Also, during life, privilege of

firewood and timber on my land on Seaman's Neck to the northward of

above devise; Also, of five wagon loads of salt hay on meadow devised to

my son Richard, the same from meadow given to Jacob, yearly; Also,

pasture to fatten one cow yearly on land on Half Neck given to my two

sons; Also, pasture for horse on Half Neck in the Spring of the year.

Neither she nor her husband to have right to sell said firewood, timber,

hay or grass. What is here given is additional to bequests made to her

in my will. Whereas my lands below the highway on Half Neck were willed

to my two sons equally, now the said land is to be divided by a line to

run from the highway to the meadow; Richard to the easternmost and Jacob

the westernmost. Lot given to Richard joining to his barn, is to be

bounded southerly by the lot whereon the barn now stands, etc. My son

Jacob to pay to my son Richard, 200 pounds with interest from the date

hereof, within one year after my death.

 

Witnesses, Peter Herring, Samuel Jones, and Samuel Jones. Proved, March

10, 1784.

 

Children of Richard and Mary (Wright) Jackson.

 

122. (1). Richard

 

123. (2). Jacob

 

124. (3). Jane

         m. ------ Seaman

 

53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    John Jackson, a son of John and Elizabeth (Hallett) Jackson, was

born about 1709. He married Kesiah Mott.

 

Children of John and Keziah (Mott) Jackson.

 

125.  (1). Obadiah                 b.       1730   d.  1802

         m. Alma Seaman

 

126.  (2). John                    b.c.     1733   d.Jan  1 1821

         m. Charity Smith Treadwell 13 FEB 1756

         m. Margaret WRIGHT

 

127. (3). Parmenus                 d.Jan 19 1781

         m. Elizabeth Birdsall

 

128. (4). Martha

         m. Thomas Seaman

 

129. (5). Elizabeth

 

130. (6). Jerusha

 

131. (7). Rosetta

 

132. (8). Abigail

 

133. (9). Mary

 

134. (10). Ann

 

54.RICHARD JACKSON  21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Richard Jackson, a son of John and Elizabeth (Hallett) Jackson,

married Jane Seaman. A State Historical Marker on road reads: RICHARD

JACKSON CAPTAIN, JERUSALEM COMPANY, QUEENS CO. MILITIA 1776, LIVED HERE

 

Children of Richard and Jane (Seaman) Jackson.

 

135. (1). Richard

         m. Rosetta Jackson

 

136. (2). Micah

 

137. (3). Jacob

 

138. (4). Mary

 

139. (5). Jane

         m. Lt. John Althause

 

55.MARY JONES JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Mary Jones Jackson, a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Hallett)

Jackson, married Samuel Titus in 1725. Samuel died February 19, 1749/50.

 

Children of Samuel and Mary Jones (Jackson) Titus.

 

140.  (1). Elizabeth               b. Oct 16 1729

          m. John Dobson Keese 1749

 

141.  (2). Mary Titus              b. Aug  7 1731/32

 

142.  (3). Samuel                  b. Nov  4 1734/35

         m. Ruth Townsend 1761

 

143.  (4).Richard                  b. Jan 16 1736/37

         m. Abigail Weeks 1770

 

144.  (5). Stephen                 b. Aug 24 1737/38 d.   1762

 

145.  (6). Phoebe                  b. Jan 15 1739/40

         m. Nicholas Holmes

 

146.  (7). Jemima                  b. Nov 16 1742

         m. William Thorne 1765

 

56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Samuel Jackson, a son of John and Elizabeth (Hallett) Jackson,

married Mary Townsend.

 

Children of Samuel and Mary (Townsend) Jackson.

 

147.  (1). Richard

         m. Phoebe Kissam

 

148. (2). Townsend

         m. Mary Seaman

 

149.  (3). Thomas                  b.Dec 24 1752

         m. Elizabeth ----

 

111.WILLIAM JACKSON    34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON

7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

William Jackson, a son of Joseph and Margaret (Burgess) Jackson, was born in 1736 and died in Tennessee in 1808. His spouse is unknown.

 

Known child of William Jackson.

 

150.  (1). Abigail                 b.Nov 30 1766     d.Jul  1 1842

         m. Jonathan Hughes 1786

 

114.EDWARD JACKSON     34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON

8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE

JACKSON

 

     Edward Jackson, a son of Joseph and Mary Ann (Robinson) Jackson, was born at Rockaway, NJ in 1741 and died in June 1807 at Freeman's Creek, Harrison County Va (WV).  He married Martha Miller in NJ in 1762.

    Edward was one of the 180 persons who signed the Article of Associates of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Pequanock, Morris County, NJ, pledging themselves to support the action of the Continental and Provincial Congress in defending the Constitution.

    About 1768, Edward and Martha and three children moved to Fayette County, PA. Edward enlisted in Captain John Willis' Company of the Second Virginia Regiment on August 13, 1776.  He was transferred to Captain Marquis Colme's Company in 1777.  Traditional family history states that Edward crossed the Delaware with General Washington on December 26, 1776.

    When the Second Virginia Regiment was ordered to join the Army of the Delaware, Edward's 17 year old son, Stephen enlisted.  Father and son marched to Virginia where they were both wounded in the Battle of Yorktown.

    After the end of the Revolution, Edward and his family left PA and moved to Harrison County VA.  Edward's name appears as grantee on Harrison county deeds dated April 1792 September 1806.  These were probably grants for land warrants issued as compensation for Edward's military service.

    Edward's will is dated May 7, 1807 and an inventory of his estate

recorded June 29, 1807 names ten children.

 

Children of Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson.

 

151.  (1). Stephen "George"        b.Jul 31 1764    d.Aug    1847

         m.Elizabeth Pomeroy Feb 14 1787. (b.1765, d.Apr 1853)

 

152.  (2). Benjamin                b.Jun 27 1770     d.infant

 

153.  (3). Jacob                   b.Sep  7 1772

         m.Sudna Lowther Sep 14 1796

           d/o William and Sudna (Hughes) Lowther

 

154.  (4). Jemima                  b.Jan  5 1775     d.       1828

         m.John Arnold

         m.Amon Bohannon Rice  Sep 26 1816

         m.John Smith  1827

 

155.  (5). William                 b.Mar 16 1777   D.Apr  4 1857

         m.Hannah Bonnett

 

156.  (6). Samuel                  b.Nov  7 1783

         m. Elizabeth Smith Jan 1 1803

 

157.  (7). Sarah                   b. Nov 30 1786

         m. John Flesher 1804

 

158.  (8). Lucinda                 b.Jul 13 1787    d.May 20 1853

         m.William Flesher

 

159.  (9). Mary                    b.Jul  8 1790    d.May 20 1853

         m.Lewis Flint

         m.George Bush

 

160. (10). Phoebe                  b.Jul 19 1793    d.       1816

         m.James Stout Dec 24 1816

 

116.STEPHEN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN

JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Stephen Jackson, a son of Joseph and Mary Ann (Robinson) Jackson,

was born in NY in 1744 and died March 24, 1812. He married Mary Minturn

Allen. He married Mary Burwell December 19, 1768. Mary was born January

28, 1753.

 

Children of Stephen and Mary (Burwell) Jackson.

 

161.  (1). Elizabeth               b. 17 OCT 1769

 

162.  (2). Agnes                   b. 6 JAN 1772

 

163.  (3). Col Joseph              b. 8 MAR 1774

         m. Elizabeth Platt

         m. Electra Beach Dickerson

 

164.  (4). James                   b. 14 JAN 1776

 

165.  (5). Margaret                b. 17 JUL 1778

 

166.  (6). Stephen                 b. 11 OCT 1783

 

167.  (7). Jacob                   b. 22 JAN 1786

 

168.  (8). William                 b. Mar 16 1788

         m. Susan Halsey Jul 3 1794

 

169.  (9). Maria                   b. 9 FEB 1790

 

170. (10). Harriet                 b. 8 JUN 1792

 

171. (11). John Darby              b. 9 SEP 1794

         m. Agnes Doughty  Oct 24 1816

 

119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN

JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Benjamin Jackson, a son of Joseph and Mary Ann (Robinson) Jackson,

was born August 20, 1742 or 44 or March 5, 1750,51,or 52 in Morris

County NJ and died in Knox County OH June 6, 1842. He married Abigail

Mitchell in NJ August 20, 1774.  Abigail was born in Elizabeth N.J.

December 5, 1755.

    While residing in Morris County N.J. Benjamin enlisted and served as

a Sergeant with the New Jersey troops, as follows: - From sometime in

June 1776, five months in Captain Josiah Hall's company, two months of

which was in Colonel Josiah Ward's company, two months of which was in

Colonel Jacob Ford's Regiment, again in 1777, one month in Captain

Benjamin Miner's company, Colonel Spencer's regiment and was in two

skirmishes; in 1778, two months in Captain Josiah Hall's company,

Colonel Drake's regiment; again in 1778 one month in Captain Job Allen's

company. He was also out on scouts and alarms at various times,

amounting to about three months. He was allowed pension on his

application executed June 13 1833 at which time was living in Morris

Township, Knox County, Ohio, having moved there in 1812.

The above data were obtained from the papers on file in pension claim,

S.4430 based upon the Revolutionary War service of Benjamin Jackson.

Some old ancestral records have designated him as a Major. He may have

been a Sergeant-Major, then later as complimentary to him may have

dropped the Sargeant and remembered the major. He later removed to

Bellville, Richland County Ohio, where his son Benjamin Jr. lived. He

and his wife Abigail are buried in the old cemetery at Belleville. The

inscription on his monument reads "Benjamin Jackson died June 6 1842

aged 91 years, 3 months." Hers reads "Abigail wife of Benjamin Jackson

died Nov 1 1843, aged 88 years, 10 months, 25 days."

 

Children of Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell) Jackson.

 

172.  (1). Ziba                    b. 2 FEB 1777   d.Sep 27 1848

         m. Susanna Wynn

         m. Phoebe Lyon

 

173.  (2). Isaac                   b. 5 JUN 1779   d.Dec 27 1813

         m. Jane Minton

 

174.  (3). Elizabeth "Betsey"      b. 14 FEB 1782

         m. Job Allen Dec 31 1800

 

175.  (4). Phebe                   b. 23 JUN 1784

         m. Isaac Lewis Feb 24 1802

         m. John Vennum 1817

 

176.  (5). David                   b. Sep  3 1786

         m. Prudence Hathaway Jan 12 1809

 

177.  (6). Benjamin Jr.            b. 8 NOV 1792

         m. Nancy (Halsey) Robinson

 

125.OBADIAH JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Obadiah Jackson, a son of John and Keziah (Mott) Jackson, was born

in 1730 and died in 1802. He married Alma Seaman September 26, 1756 in

St. George's [Episcopal] Church, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. Alma, a

daughter of Jacob Seaman, was born May 1, 1724. He had two cattle marks

registered in Queens Co., Aug. 14, 1829.

 

Children of Obadiah and Alma (Seaman) Jackson.

 

178.  (1). Elizabeth               b. 6 MAY 1762

 

179.  (2). Jacob Seaman            b.       1763

         m. Phoebe Coles

 

126.JOHN JACKSON    53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    John Jackson, a son of John and Keziah (Mott) Jackson, was born

about 1733 and died January 1, 1821. He married Charity Smith Treadwell

February 13, 1756 in St. George's [Episcopal] Church, Hempstead, Long

Island, NY. Hi second wife was Margaret Wright.

    Hinshaw's "Quaker Records" states John was received by request

January 20, 1791 to Jericho, NY Meeting. Mary, [his child], was received

by request March 17, 1791.

 

Children of John and Charity Smith (Treadwell) Jackson.

 

180.  (1). Mary

 

181.  (2). Thomas Treadwell

 

182.  (3). John

 

183.  (4). Samuel

 

Children of John and Margaret (Wright) Jackson.

 

184.  (1). Charity

 

185.  (2). Noah

 

186.  (3). Kesiah

 

187.  (4). Mary

 

188.  (5). Obadiah                  b.c.    1774

         m. Elizabeth Wright

         m. Rachel Underhill

 

127.PARMENUS JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Parmenus Jackson, a son of John and Keziah (Mott) Jackson, died in

Little Britain NY January 19, 1781 of wounds received from a party of

plunderers. He married Elizabeth Birdsall.

 

Children of Parmenus and Elizabeth (Birdsall) Jackson

 

189. (1). Parmenas Jr.

         m. Charity Coles

 

190. (2). Rosanna

 

191. (3). Elizabeth

 

192. (4). John

 

128.MARTHA JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Martha Jackson, a daughter of John and Keziah (Mott) Jackson,

married Thomas Seaman.

 

Children of Thomas and Martha (Jackson) Seaman.

 

193. (1). John Jackson

 

194. (2). Braddock

 

195. (3). Mary

 

196. (4). Rosetta

 

197. (5). Elizabeth                b. 19 NOV 1749

 

135.RICHARD JACKSON   54.RICHARD JACKSON  21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Richard Jackson, a son of Richard and Jane (Seaman) Jackson, married

Rosetta Jackson.

 

Children of Richard and Rosetta (Jackson) Jackson.

 

198.  (1). Micah                   b.Nov 22 1768

         m. Elizabeth Jackson

 

199. (2). Jacob

 

147.RICHARD JACKSON   56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Richard Jackson, a son of Samuel and Mary (Townsend) Jackson,

married Phoebe Kissam.

 

Children of Richard and Phoebe (Kissam) Jackson.

 

200. (1). Samuel

 

201. (2). Daniel

 

202. (3). Townsend

 

203. (4). John

 

149.THOMAS JACKSON   56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN

JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Thomas Jackson, a son of Samuel and Mary (Townsend) Jackson, was

born December 24, 1752. He married Elizabeth -----.

 

Children of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson.

 

204. (1). Obadiah

         m. Sarah Boerum

 

205. (2). Jacob

         m. Phoebe Denyeau

 

206. (3). Samuel Townsend

         m. Martha Hewlett

 

150.ABIGAIL JACKSON   111.WILLIAM JACKSON     34.JOSEPH JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Abigail Jackson, a daughter of William Jackson, was born in NJ November 30, 1766 and died in Harrison county VA (WV) July 1, 1842. She married Jonathan Hughes. Their marriage bond was dated July 11, 1786 in Wilkes County, NC. 1786

    Jonathan Hughes, a son of Hugh and Susannah Hughes, was born in Hampshire County VA (WV) March 25, 1753 and died near Salem, Harrison county VA (WV) in September 1849.  Jonathan married Vercetta ---- about 1781.

     Jonathan was a veteran of the American Revolution.  His successful application for a veteran's pension in Gallia County, OH was dated March

19, 1834.  Excerpts from his pension file, S9591, detail his military

service.

     He enlisted in Greenbrier County VA as a Minuteman in June 1774,

under Captain John Cook and Lieutenant William Gilliland and was sent to

Ellis Fort at the "Little Levels".  He continued there until the spring

of 1777, when he was attached to Captain Hamilton's company and

stationed at Jamor Rennix's for three months.

     In the spring of 1778, he went to Hampshire County VA and in

October 1779 joined Captain George Bell's Company of Colonel Posten's

Regiment and was promoted to Ensign and served a tour of three months.

In 1780, he served a further tour of duty under the same officers.

     After the war, Jonathan was an itinerant schoolmaster and was

teaching in Gallia County, OH when he was 90.  He went to Wilkes County

NC in 1783, to South Carolina in 1790, to Georgia in 1791, to Greenbrier

County VA in January 1792 and to Harrison County V in 1808.  On January

28, 1829, he was in Gallia County, OH. In 1833, he spent four months in

Jefferson county, Indiana.  On July 7, 1835, Jonathan applied for a

transfer of pension from the OH roll to VA, as he had "...returned to

Harrison County, where my children live."

 

Children of Jonathan and Vercetta Hughes.

 (Step Child of Sarah Abigail (Jackson) Hughes.

 

207.  (1). Mary                    b.Mar  5 1773

         m.Jacob Trumba

 

Children of Jonathan and Sarah Abigail (Jackson) Hughes.

 

208.  (1). Nancy                   b.       1787

         m.Elias Stutler  1816

 

209.  (2). Anderson                b.       1790   d.Feb 20 1874

         m.Permilia Mathews

 

210.  (3). Rebecca

         m.Samuel Childers

         m.William Roach

 

211.  (4). Dudley                                  d.May 14 1820

         m.Asenath Davis

 

212.  (5). Rachel                  b.May  2 1797   d.May 15 1843

         m.William F. "Flint Billy" Davis Nov 25 1813

 

213.  (6). Elizabeth               b.May  2 1797

         m.William Waddell

 

214.  (7). Rebecca                 b.Dec 25 1798   d.Feb 23 1879

         m. Henry Stull Mar 9 1819

 

215.  (8). Martin                  b.Sep 25 1800   d.Apr  7 1855

          m.Ann Davis  Jun 22 1819

 

216.  (9). Jackson                 b.Apr 22 1821

          m.Lavinah Ash

 

217. (10). Hannah                  b.       1805

          m.Adam Ash  Dec 23 1823

 

218. (11). Leah                    b.       1806

          m.Robert Stutler May 1820

 

219. (12). Stephen Jesse           b.Jun 15 1808   d.Jul 21 1882

          m.Mary Westfall Sep  5 1833

 

220. (13). Martha "Patty"          b.Apr  6 1809   d.Mar 15 1893

          m.William B. "Buckeye Billy" Davis

 

221. (14). William

          m.---- Frye

 

151.STEPHEN JACKSON  114.EDWARD JACKSON  34.JOSEPH JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON 1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Stephen "George" Jackson, a son of Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson, was born in Rockaway, NJ July 31, 1764 and died in Harrison County VA in August 1847. He married Elizabeth Pomeroy in Harrison County VA February 14, 1787. Elizabeth was born in 1765 and died in April 1853. She is listed in the household of her daughter in law, Hannah (Bailey) Jackson in the 1850 Lewis County VA census.

 

Children of Stephen and Elizabeth (Pomeroy) Jackson.

 

222.  (1). Martha                  b.Feb 19 1788

         m. John Thompson

 

223.  (2). Stephen Pomeroy         b.Jan    1789   d.Dec 17 1840

         m.Hannah Bailey

 

224.  (3). Susanna                 b. Feb 14 1790  d.Mar 14 1856

         m. Benjamin Bassell

 

225.  (4). John G.

         m. Martha Jane Bassell

 

226.  (5). Mary

 

154.JEMIMA JACKSON     114.EDWARD JACKSON     34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON

3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Jemima Jackson, a daughter of Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson, was born in New Jersey in 1767 and died in Harrison County VA (WV) in 1828.  She married John Arnold February 7, 1792.  John, a son of Isaac and Mary (Porter) Arnold, was born about 1770.  His will is recorded in Harrison County VA (WV) Will Book #1, p.485 and is dated August 4, 1811.  After John's death, Jemima married Amon Bohannon Rice in Harrison County VA (WV) September 26, 1816.

    Amon, a son of Henry and Margaret (Bohannon) Rice, was born about 1746 and died in Harrison County VA (WV) about 1825.  He first married Anny Edwards.

    After Amon's death, Jemima married John Smith in 1827.

 

Children of John and Jemima (Jackson) Arnold.

 

227.  (1). George

         m.Sarah Dennison Aug 4 1812

 

228.  (2). Permelia

         m.Jacob Reger Dec 21 1807

 

229.  (3). Elizabeth

         m.John Welch Aug 13 1818

 

230.  (4). Kiturrah

         m.Adrin Thompson Oct 16 1821

 

231.  (5). Benjamin

         m.S. W. Wamsley 1816

         m.Mrs. ---- (Dye) Leadson.

 

232.  (6). James J.                b.c.     1797

         m.Theresa Board

 

233.  (7). Isaac                   b.       1808    d.Jun 10 1854

         m.Mary (Polly) Flesher

 

234.  (8). Mary                    b.Aug 6 1810    d.Aug 12 1899

         m.Joseph Knotts Sep 5 1826

         m.Aaron Hensley Aug 11 1857.

 

Children of Amon Bohannon and Jemima (Jackson) [Arnold] Rice.

 

235.  (1). Thomas Jefferson

 

236.  (2). William Jackson

 

 

156.SAMUEL JACKSON   114.EDWARD JACKSON     34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE

JACKSON

 

Samuel Jackson, a son of Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson, was born in Morris County NJ November 7, 1783 and died in November 1821 in Mason County VA, across the Ohio River from his home in Meigs County OH. He married Elizabeth Smith January 1, 1803. James S. Hibbard was appointed guardian of the minor children. Elizabeth married Lawrence Lane and moved to Mason County VA.

      At the July term of court in Meigs County Ohio, there was a petition to sell real estate to satisfy debts of Samuel Jackson. The case was continued and approval to sell property was given at the April 1829 term of court. Property was sold to highest bidder, Hugh Brown, June 24, 1829.

 

Known children of Samuel and Elizabeth (Smith) Jackson.

 

237.  (1). Catherine

         m. David Sleeth

 

238.  (2). John                     b.c.    1803-1810

 

239.  (3). Daniel

 

240.  (4). Edward

 

241.  (5). Sarah “Sallie”

 

242.  (6). Eleanor “Nellie”

 

243.  (7). Benjamin

 

244.  (8). Hezekiah                 b.       1819      d.     1846

          M. Lavinia Cummings Aug 15 1835 Jackson County VA

 

245.  (9). Jane

 

246. (10). George                   b.       1811-1820

 

247. (11). Mariah

 

160.PHOEBE JACKSON     114.EDWARD JACKSON     34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON       8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON

3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Phoebe Jackson, a daughter Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson, was

born July 19, 1793.  She married James Stout December 24, 1816.

    James, a son of Caleb and Elizabeth (La Baw) Stout, was born in

Middletown, New Jersey and came to Harrison County, VA (WV) about

1784.

 

Children of James and Phoebe (Jackson) Stout.

 

248.  (1). Daniel                  b.       1822   d.        1901

         m. Emaline Booth  1849

 

249.  (2). Samuel

 

250.  (3). Martha

         m. Gabriel Denison

 

251.  (4). Irene

         m.Lewis McDonald

 

252.  (5). Edward Jackson

         m.Amanda Blake  1839

 

253.  (6). Nathan D.

         m.Elizabeth Cottrill

 

163.JOSEPH JACKSON   116.STEPHEN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Colonel Joseph Jackson, a son of Stephen and Mary (Burwell) Jackson,

was born March 8, 1774. He married Elizabeth Platt . He married Electra

Beach Dickerson July 4, 1805. Electra was born in 1769.

 

Known child of Colonel Joseph and Electra Beach (Dickerson ) Jackson.

 

254.  (1). Stephen J.              b. JUL  4 1805

 

168.WILLIAM JACKSON   116.STEPHEN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    William Jackson, a son of Stephen and Mary (Burwell) Jackson, was

born March 16, 1788 and died October 18, 1872 in Rockaway, NJ. He

married Susan Halsey September 11, 1811. Susan was born July 3, 1794.

 

Children of William and Susan (Halsey) Jackson.

 

255.  (1). Silas Halsey

 

256.  (2). Sarah Electra            b. Nov 21 1828

 

257.  (3). Freeman W.               b. 21 NOV 1832

 

171.JOHN DARBY JACKSON   116.STEPHEN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    John Darby Jackson, a son of Stephen and Mary (Burwell) Jackson, was

born September 9, 1794 and died November 17, 1859. He married Agnes

Doughty October 24, 1816. Agnes was born December 12, 1796.

 

Children of John Darby and Agnes (Doughty) Jackson.

 

258.  (1). Edward E.               b. APR  2 1817

 

259.  (2). Walter                  b. Sep 16 1818

 

260.  (3). John Walter             b. Jun  3 1820

 

261.  (4). Mary Elizabeth          b. Jun 21 1825

 

262. (5). Charlotte

 

263. (6). Agnes B.

 

264. (7). Laura J.

 

172.ZIBA JACKSON   119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON     15.JAMES

JACKSON  8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Ziba Jackson, a son of Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell) Jackson, was

born in Morris County NJ February 2, 1777 and died in Knox County OH

September 27, 1848. He married Susanna Wynn. He married Phoebe Lyon in

Morris County NJ October 25, 1798. Phoebe was born in Morris County

February 17, 1782.

    The family moved to Knox County OH about 1810.

 

Children of Ziba and Phoebe (Lyon) Jackson.

 

265.  (1). Aaron Case              b. Oct 29 1800

 

266.  (2). Nathaniel Mitchell      b. 20 MAY 1803

 

267.  (3). Benjamin L.             b. 15 FEB 1807

 

268.  (4). Abigail                 b. 4 OCT 1810

 

269.  (5). Chalon                  b. 1 JUL 1815

 

270.  (6). Eli                     b. 1 SEP 1818

 

271.  (7). Isaac Lyon              b. 25 MAR 1823

 

173.ISAAC JACKSON   119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Isaac Jackson, a son of Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell) Jackson, was

born January 15, 1779 in NJ and died December, 27 1813. He married Jane

Minton.

 

Children of Isaac and Jane (Minton) Jackson.

 

272.  (1). Anna

 

273.  (2). Abigail                 b. 17 MAY 1798

 

274.  (3). Charles                 b.        1800

 

275.  (4). Lucy                    b.      1802

 

276.  (5). Margaret                b. 13 JUN 1805

 

174.ELIZABETH JACKSON   119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON  7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Elizabeth "Betsey" Jackson, a daughter of Benjamin and Abigail

(Mitchell) Jackson, was born in Rockaway, NJ February 14, 1782 and died

in Knox County OH March 21, 1862. She married Job Allen in Rockaway

December 31, 1800. Job, a son of Job II Allen, was born in Rockaway July

2, 1780.

 

Children of Job III and Elizabeth (Jackson) Allen.

 

277.  (1). Job IV                  b. 27 NOV 1801

 

278.  (2). Phebe                   b. 24 FEB 1803

 

279.  (3). William Mitchell        b. 16 AUG 1805

 

280.  (4). Emily                   b. 13 OCT 1807

 

281.  (5). James Madison           b. 28 JUL 1810

 

282.  (6). Isaac Jackson           b. 21 JAN 1814

 

283.  (7). Maria Brown             b. 18 JUN 1817

 

284.  (8). Clarissa Jackson        b. 5 JUL 1819

 

285.  (9). Lucy DeCamp             b. 14 SEP 1821

 

 

175.PHOEBE JACKSON   119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON  7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Phoebe Jackson, a daughter of Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell)

Jackson, was born in PA June 23, 1784. She married Isaac Lewis in

Rockaway, NJ February 24, 1802. Isaac was born February 9, 1787.

    Phoebe married John Vennum in 1817. John was born in 1784.

 

Children of Isaac and Phoebe (Jackson) Lewis.

 

286.  (1). James L.                b. 25 JAN 1803

 

287.  (2). Benjamin Jackson        b. 4 JUL 1805

 

Children of John and Phoebe (Jackson) Vennum.

 

288.  (1). Columbus

 

289.  (2). Edward                  b. 16 SEP 1818

 

290.  (3). John Newton             b. 4 APR 1826.

 

 

176.DAVID JACKSON    119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    David Jackson, a son of Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell) Jackson, was

born in NJ September 3, 1786. He married Prudence Hathaway in Rockaway,

NJ January 12, 1809. Prudence was born in Rockaway February 4, 1792.

 

Children of David and Prudence (Hathaway) Jackson.

 

291.  (1).  Mary

 

292.  (2). Ira

 

293.  (3). Harriet

 

294.  (4). Sarah

 

295.  (5). Phoebe

 

296.  (6). Elizabeth "Betsy"       b. 28 OCT 1809

 

297.  (7). Daniel                  b. 3 NOV 1814

 

177.BENJAMIN JACKSON JR.   119.BENJAMIN JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON

15.JAMES JACKSON     8.JOHN JACKSON   7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Benjamin Jackson Jr., a son of Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell)

Jackson, was born in NJ November 8, 1792. He married Nancy Halsey

Robinson.

 

Children of Benjamin Jr. and Nancy Halsey (Robinson) Jackson.

 

298.  (1). Elizabeth               b. 14 MAY 1816

 

299.  (2). Susan Halsey            b. 31 AUG 1818

 

300.  (3). Nancy Ann               b. 30 OCT 1820

 

301.  (4). William Robinson        b. 14 MAY 1823

 

302.  (5). Sarah Robinson          b. 17 MAY 1823

 

303.  (6). Caroline Cecelia        b. 29 OCT 1827

 

304.  (7). Henrietta               b. 20 OCT 1831

 

305.  (8). Mary Louise             b. 27 DEC 1834

 

306.  (9). Abijah Beach            b. 22 SEP 1838

 

179.JACOB SEAMAN JACKSON   125.OBADIAH JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON

21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Jacob Seaman Jackson, a son of Obadiah and Alma (Seaman) Jackson,

was born in 1763 and died in 1828. He married Phoebe Coles.

 

Children of Jacob Seaman and Phoebe (Coles) Jackson.

 

307. (1). Thomas

 

308. (2). Mary                     b.       1784

 

309. (3). Elizabeth                b.       1796

 

188.OBADIAH JACKSON   126.JOHN JACKSON    53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN

JACKSON JR.   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON  

 

 1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Obadiah Jackson, a son of John and Margaret (Wright) Jackson, was

born about 1774. He married Elizabeth Wright. His second wife was Rachel

Underhill.

 

Child of Obadiah and Rachel (Underhill) Jackson.

 

310. (1). John

 

 

189.PARMENUS JACKSON JR.   127.PARMENUS JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON

21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Parmenus Jackson Jr., a son of Parmenus and Elizabeth (Birdsall)

Jackson, married Charity Coles.

 

Children of Parmenus Jr. and Charity (Coles) Jackson.

 

311.  (1). Benjamin                b. Nov 30 1794

         m. Hannah Coles

 

312.  (2). Thomas Birdsall         b. Mar 24 1797

         m. Marie Coles

 

313.  (3). Noah                    b. Sep  3 1799

 

314.  (4). Obadiah                 b. July 22 ----

         m. ---- Forbes

 

315.  (5). James                   b. Jul 21 1803   d.     1875

 

316.  (6). Elbert                  b. Jan 15 1807

         m. Elizabeth Johnson

 

198.MICAH JACKSON   135.RICHARD JACKSON   54.RICHARD JACKSON  21.JOHN

JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON  

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Micah Jackson, a son of Richard and Rosetta (Jackson) Jackson, was

born November 22, 1768. He married Elizabeth Jackson.

 

Children of Micah and Elizabeth (Jackson) Jackson.

 

317. (1). Parmenus

 

318. (2). Richard

 

319. (3). John

 

204.OBADIAH JACKSON   149.THOMAS JACKSON   56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN

JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON   

 

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Obadiah Jackson, a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson, married

Sarah Boerum.

 

Known children of Obadiah and Sarah (Boerum) Jackson.

 

320. (1). Timothy

         m. Ethelinda Willis

 

321. (2). Thomas

         m. Esther Willis

 

322. (3). Townsend

         m. Margaret Ann Nostrand

 

205.JACOB JACKSON   149.THOMAS JACKSON   56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN

JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON  

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Jacob Jackson, a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson, married Phoebe

Denyeau.

 

Known children of Jacob and Phoebe (Denyeau) Jackson.

 

323. (1). Townsend

 

324. (2). Henry

 

325. (3). James

 

326. (4). Sidney

 

206.SAMUEL TOWNSEND JACKSON   149.THOMAS JACKSON   56.SAMUEL JACKSON

21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD

JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Samuel Townsend Jackson, a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson,

married Martha Hewlett.

 

Known child of Samuel Townsend and Martha (Hewlett) Jackson.

 

327.  (1). Thomas.

 

222.MARTHA JACKSON   151.STEPHEN JACKSON  114.EDWARD JACKSON  34.JOSEPH JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON 3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Martha Jackson, a daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth (Pomeroy)

Jackson, was born was born February 19, 1788 in Harrison County VA. She

married John Thompson. He was born about 1780.

 

Known child of John and Martha (Jackson) Thompson.

 

328.  (1). Ignaby                  b.c.    1808

         m. Houston Booth

 

223.STEPHEN POMEROY JACKSON    151.STEPHEN JACKSON  114.EDWARD JACKSON

34.JOSEPH JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Stephen Pomeroy Jackson, a son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Pomeroy)

Jackson, was born in January 1789 and died December 17, 1840. He married

Hannah Bailey. Hannah, a daughter of Minter and Ann Nancy (Norris)

Bailey, was born November 4, 1793 and died February 25, 1854.

 

Known children of Stephen Pomeroy and Hannah (Bailey) Jackson.

 

329.  (1). Minter J.               b.c.     1825

         m. Mary Catherine Fall

 

330.  (2). Isaac                   b.c.     1826

         m. Hepsibah Elspey Steorts

 

331.  (3). Cecelia                 b.c.     1830

 

332.  (4). Elizabeth               b.c.     1831

 

333.  (5). Virginia                b.c.     1832

 

334.  (6). James                   b.c.     1833

 

335.  (7). Ellen                   b.c.     1835

 

336.  (8). Edward                  b.c.     1836

 

337.  (9). Susan                   b.c.     1838

 

224.SUSANNA JACKSON   151.STEPHEN JACKSON  114.EDWARD JACKSON  34.JOSEPH JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON   3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Susanna Jackson, a daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth (Pomeroy) Jackson, was born February 14, 1790 in Harrison County VA and died there March 14, 1846. She married Benjamin Bassell about 1812 in Harrison County.  He was born February 17, 1785 in Litchfield, CT and died in Harrison County VA after 1850.

 

Known child of Benjamin and Susanna (Jackson) Bassell.

 

338.  (1). Elizabeth Ann           b.c.    1822

         m. Perry Huffman Wolfe

 

312.THOMAS BIRDSALL JACKSON  189.PARMENUS JACKSON JR.   127.PARMENUS

JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON

7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Thomas Birdsall Jackson, a son of Parmenus Jr. and Charity (Coles)

Jackson, was born March 24, 1797 and died April 23, 1881. He married

Marie Coles.

 

Children of Thomas Birdsall and Marie (Coles) Jackson.

 

339.  (1). Samuel C.               b. Jul 13 1827

         m. Emma Beatrice Hyatt

 

340.  (2). Andrew                  b. Sep 22 1828  d.Oct 31 1903

         m. Emily Glentworth Smith

 

341.  (3). William Henry           b. Aug  5 1830  d.Jun 27 1905

         m. Elizabeth Jones

         m. Mary J. Jones

 

320.TIMOTHY JACKSON   204.OBADIAH JACKSON   149.THOMAS JACKSON    56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Timothy Jackson, a son of Obadiah and Sarah (Boerum) Jackson,

married Ethelinda Willis.

 

Known children of Timothy and Ethelinda (Willis) Jackson.

 

342. (1). Jones

 

343. (2). Willis

 

344. (3). Oscar

 

345. (4). Edward

 

321.THOMAS JACKSON   204.OBADIAH JACKSON   149.THOMAS JACKSON    56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Thomas Jackson, a son of Obadiah and Sarah (Boerum) Jackson, married

Esther Willis.

 

Known children of Thomas and Esther (Willis) Jackson.

 

346. (1). Thomas

 

347. (2). William Hicks

 

322.TOWNSEND JACKSON  204.OBADIAH JACKSON   149.THOMAS JACKSON    56.SAMUEL JACKSON   21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Townsend Jackson, a son of Obadiah and Sarah (Boerum) Jackson,

married Margaret Ann Nostrand.

 

Known children of Townsend and Margaret Ann (Nostrand) Jackson.

 

348. (1). Sandford

 

349. (2). Jones

 

350. (3). Eprinetus

 

351. (4). Edward

 

330.ISAAC JASKON   223.STEPHEN POMEROY JACKSON    151.STEPHEN JACKSON  14.EDWARD JACKSON   34.JOSEPH JACKSON   15.JAMES JACKSON   8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT

JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

      Isaac Jackson, a son of Stephen Pomeroy and Hannah (Bailey) Jackson, was born in VA about 1826. He married Hepsibah Elspey Steorts. Hepsibah, a daughter of George and Eunice (Bailey) [Stalnaker] Steorts, was born in VA about 1827.

        They are listed in the 1850, 1860 and 1870 Lewis County VA census.

 

Known children of Isaac and Hepsibah Elspey (Steorts) Jackson.

 

352.  (1). Dora                     b.c.     1848

 

353.  (2). Sally G.                 b.c.     1855

 

354.  (3). Hepsibah                 b.c.     1857

 

 

339.SAMUEL C. JACKSON   312.THOMAS BIRDSALL JACKSON  189.PARMENUS

JACKSON JR.   127.PARMENUS JACKSON   53.JOHN JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON

JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON     3.RICHARD JACKSON

1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

    Samuel C. Jackson, a son of Thomas Birdsall and Marie (Coles)

Jackson, was born July 13, 1827. He married Emma Beatrice Hyatt.

 

Children of Samuel C. and Emma Beatrice (Hyatt) Jackson.

 

355.  (1). Bertha Maria            b. Dec 12 1860 d. Oct 1 1924

 

356.  (2). Beatrice Alice

         m. Daniel Carter Beard  1893

 

357. (3). Elbert Thomas

 

358. (4). Florence Carman

         m. Frederick A. Storm, Jr. 1896

         m. Ira Thomas McKnight 1925

 

359. (5). Daisy Fenimore

         m. Joseph Russell Barrett  Jan 4 1899

 

360. (6). Samuel Coles

         m. Helen W. Rising.

 

357.SAMUEL COLES JACKSON  339.SAMUEL C. JACKSON   301.THOMAS BIRDSALL

JACKSON  189.PARMENUS JACKSON JR.   127.PARMENUS JACKSON   53.JOHN

JACKSON    21.JOHN JACKSON JR.  8.JOHN JACKSON     7.ROBERT JACKSON

3.RICHARD JACKSON    1.GEORGE JACKSON

 

     Samuel Coles Jackson, a son of Samuel C. and Emma Beatrice (Hyatt)

Jackson, married Helen W. Rising.

 

Known children of Samuel Coles and Helen W. (Rising) Jackson.

 

361.  (1). Samuel Coles            b. Jul  2 1915

 

362.  (2). Stevens Pell            b. Sep 16 1916

 

364.  (3). John Jerrold            b. May 20 1928

 

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Cotrill, Stella, "Descendants of George Jackson"

Hoffman, Gladys Stutler,"Colonial Ancestors of Edward Jackson",

Atlanta, GA 1967

Kimble, Janie (Jackson), e-mail to Don Norman Jan 23, Jay 27, 2007

“Lewis County WV, Her People and Places", 2000, pp.194,195

Norman, Don, "Descendants of William Hughes", "Descendants of Thomas

Rice","Descendants of Thomas Arnold", "Descendants of Stephen Bailey",

"Descendants of Daniel Booth", "Descendants of George Steorts"

"Calhoun County Lines and Links" Spring 1993

Mellor, Paula, e-mail to Don Norman Jan 1 2001

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