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I am a decendant of Delia Jackson (Motley) whose father was Jabez Andrew Jackson and I believe his father was Ambrose Jackson. I get lost beyond that as there are so many Jacksons. My grandmother says that we are related to Stonewall Jackson and I think when I trace him back to Ireland/England I find Anthony, Richard and Thomas that may lead to my family too. Any help you have would be appreciated.
Beverly Ayers <beverly@kinex.net>
Farmville, VA USA - Saturday, February 02, 2013 at 17:42:30 (EST)
I'm looking for proof of the parents of Lt John Jackson 1644-1709 married to Deborah Fifield and buried in Cambridge,MA. The family line flows through his son James (died in Petersham MA) ultimately to Brome Canada...and is related to my wife (Richardson) via her grandmother (Marshall) in Greensboro, VT. I've seen information suggesting that there is a John Richardson Sr 1600 - 1675 married to Abigail, but cannot find documentaton or find which Jackson immigrated to New England. Pretty much convinced that Lt John is not a child of Deacon John Gray (son of Christopher) as the date of death and age are certain from the tombstone. Would appreciate any help or direction from anyone that has solved this puzzle.
Robert Gray <rlgray2014@yahoo.com>
Crystal Lake, IL USA - Thursday, November 01, 2012 at 22:45:23 (EDT)
Hello, I am a relative of Stonewall Jackson through the Carpenter line, I saw that someone had asked how the nature of this relation is. The is a very thick book exclusively on this subject, I will go look at the name and post it in here. You can research the whole thing online at the library of congresses website i think.
West Carpenter <kwestleycarpenter@gmail.com>
Sutton, WV USA - Friday, October 12, 2012 at 08:36:36 (EDT)
My surname is Jackson I am from Ireland ,my family are from Tipperary Ireland , my Father was Christopher Jackson born in Tipperary ,I am trying to put the family jigsaw together, many family records were distroyed in Ireland , are there any Jackson connections from Tipperary, or County Offaly out there
Geraldine Jackson <irishtribune@hotmail.com>
Bristol, United Kingdom - Saturday, October 06, 2012 at 20:12:36 (EDT)
I know little of my father's family but am anxious to learn more. My father Granville Claude Jackson was born in Erbacon, WV, in 1918. At least that is what he told the U.S. Army when he enlisted in 1940. The Army gave him a birth certificate, but no evidence of the original is to be had. He was the eldest of four children. Their father was Granville Jackson who married Beecha Bean. Granville's father was Taylor Jackson married to Mary E. Jackson according to the 1910 census. Taylor was born in 1870. I remember we had relatives we visited in Camden-on-Gauley, WV, but don't know if they were on my grandfather Jackson's side or my grandmother's. I spent several summers with my grandmother Beecha and her second husband near Bolair, WV, near the road to Webster Springs.My father died in 1973 and the little I know about my father's family came from those summers in West Virginia. Family lore was that we were kin to Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson but no one ever said how. I'm hoping you can connect me to more of my family history. Rick Jackson
Richard C. (Rick) Jackson <rjxsn@cox.net>
Glenn Pool, OK USA - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 at 00:09:14 (EDT)
Andrew Jackson (son of Henry Jackson, son of Samuel Jackson, son of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins) had a son Jacob b. 27 Feb 1873. We have a picture of him but no other information. Would like to find his descendants and share the picture and a letter that he wrote to his family. His mother, Susan Elizabeth Cooksey saved many letters the family rotated to each other. Andrew and Susan are my great grandparents and Jacob is a brother to my grandfather, Joe Pruitt, Sr. Juliann Lumpkin
Juliann Lumpkin <jlump@windstream.net>
Covington, Tx USA - Saturday, September 01, 2012 at 18:06:08 (EDT)
I recently visited the Jackson Cemetery and I am very interested in the other individuals buried in the cemetery. I noticed the effort that was put into the Jackson family and would like to find a way to do so for the others. Is there a layout of the cemetery somewhere that I could look at? I can't seem to find anyone to help me so I thought maybe you could or at least direct me to someone who might. Seeing that cemetery in that shape brought tears to my eyes and I want to do something about it. Thank you for you consideration. Have a great day and thank you for your efforts. Sincerely, Elaine Grippin
Elaine Grippin <egrippin@frontier.com>
Clarksburg, WV USA - Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 10:04:24 (EDT)
I am searching, still, for my 2nd great grandfather, Bluford [Blewford] H. Jackson, b. 1812 TN, moved to TX before 1840, has land certificates from Anderson, Montgomery co. TX 1840, 1841. Shows to have been in Texas for at least 3 years prior to Jan. 1840. Married Emily Catherine Denman July 3, 1842, daughter of Moses Denman and Nancy White. Their children are Samuel G. b.1846/47, m? d.aft.1911 Joseph F. b.1862, Mary Jane b.1852/53, m.Solomon Athena Ellis, Sarah Elizabeth b.1843,m.Caleb Dowdy, Amy Eurora, b. 1865, m? Emily Frances, b.1855/56,m.Joseph S. Raymond, Nancy P. b.Aug.1857,? living with mother and Sam in all census, and John Denman b.Jan 4, 1849 m.Narcissa Avelvidere (sp?)McWhorter, d.Dec 10,1901, I'm descend from their son John STONEWALL Jackson, no relation to either Andrew or T.J."Stonewall" that we can find. All were born in Walker Co. TX. Any information would be much appreciated. As far as I can tell, we are not related to ANY other Jackson's in Republic of TX, it's getting lonely! LOL Thank you!
Dena Jackson Burrows <djburrowstx@hotmail.com>
TX USA - Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 21:45:26 (EDT)
I am looking for information on the Jackson family from the Clinton/Felixville area of East Feliciana Parish. This branch of the Jacksons had cousins named Jordan and Everett that may have been from Texas. I recently found a pencil sketch of 2 horses drawn on July 4th 1882 in Cedar Grove, LA. There were 2 names written on the print. Minnie C. Jordan and Lizzie Jordan Everett. I know they attended Hepzibah (sp?) Baptist church in Clinton at one time and am hoping to find their connection with the Jackson family. Some key Jackson names are Frank, Robert, Dorothula, Granville. Also there are some Humbles in the group possibly also from Texas. I have a photo album belonging to L. Vic Humble (died - 1922)
Tammy Tate <tamslyn7@att.net>
Baton Rouge, LA USA - Thursday, May 17, 2012 at 13:59:01 (EDT)
I am seeking information regarding Brig. Gen. Thomas Jonathan Jackson Christian, Stonewall Jackson's grandson. I am aware of his birth and death dates, and most of his military career. I am, however, not able to find any information regarding his life prior to acceptance to West Point Military Academy. I know that he was married three times. I also do not have any information regarding his post military life or cause of death. I have heard from one decendant that he was demoted to Colonel due to a drinking problem. Any information you could give me would be much appreciated. Sincerely, Ron Rissler (303)725-2476
Ron Rissler <rrissler@citlink.net>
Charles Towh, WV USA - Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 13:03:58 (EDT)
Looking for parents of William Jackson, b. May 4,1821, NC and d.July 4, 1866,in Frankort,Clinton Co, IN, possibly from wound suffered in the Civil War. He may be buried in the Indiannapolis City Cemetary. He married Sally Louks, b. May 17, 1822, Chautauqua, NY and d.August 22,1896, Frankfort, Clinton CO, IN
Sandra Scott <crone52@yahoo.com>
Paducah, KY USA - Monday, December 26, 2011 at 19:46:37 (EST)
My Grandfather-Silas Nathan Jackson, b.1886,in Randolh Co, Arkansas d. 1977, spouse Anna Elizabeth Hayes My gGrandfather -John L Jackson, b.1846, in Indiana, d. 1889, spouse Martha Tudor ggGrandfather - William Jackson B. abt 1820 where?unknown, d.abt 1864/66, spouse Sally Louks of New York I CANNOT find Williams parent, siblings, birthplace. Can anyone help, please
Sandra Scott <crone52@yahoo.com>
Paducah, KY USA - Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 09:32:58 (EST)
Trying to locate any descendants of Gen. John J Jackson of Parkersburg WV.
Michael Triplett Hayhurst <mhayhurst76@yahoo.com>
USA - Wednesday, November 02, 2011 at 18:57:24 (EDT)
I am researching my husband's granmother Versie Jackson Binkley's ancestors. So far I know about the Churchwells but do not know the father of Churchwell Jackson born in 1758. Also, would like to know if Stonewall Jackson is related to Mary Ann Coffelt? Thank you. Yildiz
Yildiz Binkley <ybinkley@tnstate.edu>
Nashville, TN USA - Friday, October 21, 2011 at 12:27:20 (EDT)
i am trying to find the family of fredrick jackson b 1825 in south carolina.he is in the 1850 cencus of hancock county georgia.i think his brother is wheat jacksonand mary jackson both on the same cencus.he married ellen rocket on feb 22,1844,she was the widow of richard rocket of washington county,ga. fred and ellen are myggg grandparents. will share all from them forward.just need help going back!!!! thanks charlie
charlie brown,jr. <cbrown-gen@tds.net>
tryon,, nc USA - Saturday, October 01, 2011 at 10:58:22 (EDT)
I have had a lot of luck tracing the male side of my Jackson family back to the Revolutionary War but no luck tracing the females. My ancestor, Churchwell Jackson Sr. fought in the Revolutionary War with the Over-Mountain Men. Orange Jackson fought in the Illinois 6th Calavary during the Civil War. He donated some land in the Shawnee National Forest in Ill. called Jackson Hallow. In the 1960's there was an article on him in Illinois Outdoor Life Magazine. I don't know if it was just a popular name of the times but my name is Elizabeth Jane, after my grandmother Jane Elizabeth.
Elizabeth Hanson <GStroop326@aol.com>
San Antonio, TX USA - Thursday, August 18, 2011 at 19:46:25 (EDT)
I am needing some help getting thru a brick wall.....My 5th great-grandfather's name was Perry Jackson ( so my family says)who married Patience Harris in 1827 in Greene County Georgia. Some people who I have contacted thru my searhes say that his name was Littleberry / L. B. / "Berry" Jackson. All my family can ever remember hearing him called is Perry. Anyway, I know he had at least one son named Blake (born 1829) who had at least one daughter named Elizabeth Jane (born 1849) in Ga., who had at least one daughter named Odessa Gertrude (born 1883) who had my grandmoter named Ida Maxine (born 1924). I wonder if anyone has these names in their data? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Jessie Blackmon Taylor <jdbt1967@gmail.com>
Dyer, Tn USA - Monday, August 01, 2011 at 21:21:35 (EDT)
WINCHESTER, VA USA - Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 09:43:32 (EDT)
Hello, my name is Jordan K. Yeldon, and I have an inquiry that has been bugging me for some time. My grandmother was Reta Jackson, married as Reta Davis and she used to tell me that we were related to Stonewall, but I don't remember how. Unfortunately, she passed away when I was just a young lad, so I don't remember the details. I was hoping any of you would be able to help me fill in the blanks. Any and all help would be appreciated, thank you.
Jordan Yeldon <preposteronemanana@hotmail.com>
Brockville, Ontario Canada - Monday, June 27, 2011 at 21:29:09 (EDT)
Researching WILLIAM JACKSON who came to Fleming Co., KY about the time KY was made a state (1793). Lived along the Potomac River in HAMPSHIRE CO, VA (now West Virginia) before Kentucky. Sons John, Jacob, Henry, William Jr., and Thomas. Does anyone have earlier material on family before Kentucky?
Louella Huguenard <LHuguena@aol.com>
New Haven, IN USA - Friday, May 06, 2011 at 21:02:41 (EDT)
My mother is a Jackson who's family hails from Mansfield, LA. Her father was James Albert Jackson II, his father was James Albert Jackson I and his father was Adolphus Franklin Jackson b: 1844 in Perry, Alabama and who died in Eureka Springs, Arkansas in 1912. He married Ella E. Kidd. I have been unable to find his parents. I am sure it is right in front of me, but it is not revealing itself to me. Any one know who they might be. Many thanks, A Jackson
Ashley <akkhe@att.net>
Wichita , ks USA - Friday, May 06, 2011 at 01:03:20 (EDT)
Does anyone have any information on John and Rachal Jackson who are shown in the Red River County, Texas 1850 census, dwelling 239? They appear to be the only Jackson's living in RRCo during this census. Thanks
Jim Jackson <axonjaxon1950@yahoo.com>
Fremont, CA USA - Monday, April 18, 2011 at 01:19:50 (EDT)
Rebecca Jackson married George Beavers White in 1811. I would like to know more about their children and grand children. My Greatgrandfather was Cummins J. White. I can't find his parents information. Cummings claims he was born in Homer, Licking, Ohio on 6 Dec 1844. The courthouse burned......Family lore claims Stonewall was a cousin of some sort. Since 2 Jackson women Catherine and Rebecca married 2 Whites, Geo and John, seems like this could be true. Any other Whites out there looking for this link?
Gale White-Queck <gewq21@hotmail.com>
Coon Rapids, MN USA - Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 00:08:24 (EDT)
I would like any information regarding the relationship between my relative John Jackson (1743 or 1744 -1814) and John Jackson who immigrated to the colonies and married Elizabeth Cummins. It seems they are father and son , but the marriage between John and Elizabeth is listed as 1755. Any ideas? My John Jackson married Chesep hia and begat Enoch,who begat Andrew.who begat Thomas ,who begat Jesse ,who begat my grandfather Raymond Jackson(Clay City,Indiana)
twila jackson jennings <twila.jennings@gmail.com>
owensville, in USA - Friday, March 25, 2011 at 18:09:44 (EDT)
I live on the henry jackson farm and in a portion of his home. The house has a room and a cut stone fireplace from 1820. The house was added to in the 1890s. Henry and family are buried on the hill in front of the house. Henry was the youngest son of john and elizabeth jackson.
doug bush <dbbucbasketball@yahoo.com>
buckhannon, wv USA - Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 14:57:18 (EDT)
I have recently found out that my Great grandfather William Andrew Jackson was born in Mississippi in 1847. He Married Kathrine Bailey who, was born in Tenn. in 1852. And I think they were married there. William also had a brother who was born 1844 in Knox Tenn. Named Thomas M. Jackson. Any information on them would be greatly appreciated. Dottie Jackson
Dottie Jackson <dljbrand@gmail.com>
Apache Junction, 343 USA - Sunday, March 06, 2011 at 14:30:18 (EST)
Does anyone out there have a portrait of Dr. William J. Bland (who married a Jackson descendant, Columbia Duncan)?
David Houchin <houchin@clark.lib.wv.us>
Clarksburg, WV USA - Friday, March 04, 2011 at 15:31:32 (EST)
Frederick Kinney Jackson married Grace Eudora Keeler in 1902 in Michigan then they moved to Burlington VT. They had 3 sons--John Henry Jackson-b- 9 May 1904 and twins-Joseph Addison Jackson and Horatio Nelson Jackson -b- 19 Mar 1908. This Horatio Nelson jackson was named for the famous Horatio Nelson Jackson who had just driven the first automobile across the USA in 1903. I am trying to fill in the genealogy of how they may be related. Can anyone help me on this one? Are there any living descnedants of Fred and Graces family today? Her --Grace Eudora Keeler Jackson's -mother was Margaretta (Murphy) Keeler/Brown---a sister of my Great Great Grandfarher Thomas Newton Murphy. I would like to find some living cousins of this Jackson line. Thank you. Jo Ann Hatstat jo@vermontel.net
Jo Ann Hatstat <jo@vermontel.net>
Hartland, VT USA - Thursday, March 03, 2011 at 07:14:39 (EST)
I am looking for the parents of Robert W. Jackson who was born about 1824 supposedly in NY. He married Hannah Hunter about 1839 and they lived in Philadelphia, PA. Robert was an Awning Maker and he died in 1864. Their children were William, Mary, Sarah, Andrew, Anna, and Emily.
Nancy Jackson <nancy3194@gmail.com>
The Villages, FL USA - Sunday, February 06, 2011 at 16:05:47 (EST)
I am trying to verify that Eleazer Jackson (b circa 1740-1750) is the son of Isaac Jackson (b 13 Jul 1723 m Sarah Watson) son of Thomas and Mary Boardman Jackson, son of Isaac Jackson and Ann Evans, son of Anthony Jackson
Jan <jjnorr@ec.rr.com>
Wilmington, NC USA - Tuesday, February 01, 2011 at 14:36:35 (EST)
Hello, I am searching for the parents of Joseph Jackson, B/ abt. 1822 Indiana.I am also searching for the parents of Elcy Ann Thompson B/ abt. 1827. They married 3/7/1845 in Bartholomew, In. In the 1850 census there is a 22 yr. old Samuel Jackson, likely Joseph's brother or nephew. Sometime between 1850 and 1860 this family moved to Schyler Co. Il. While in IN. they had a dau. Malissa or Malicia who may have married a Davis from In. 2. Dau, Martha Ellen who married Robert H.Carson, Schyler co. Il.in 1877. ( my g-grandparents ) 3. Mary who married Cornelous Tyson, in Schuyler Co. Il. Elcy also had in her household a g-dau. Rachel Davis.b/ abt.1868/9 In. I would appreciate any info on this family. Thank you, Mary
mary schnake <itsmeagainonline@yahoo.com>
USA - Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 20:34:00 (EST)
My great grandfather was David Merritt Jackson, born in Allegheny, N.Y., in1828. He served in the 83rd Pennsylvania volunteers in the civil war. He was wounded, and captured by Southern forces during the battle of Gaines Mill, VA on June 27, 1862. He evidently was released or exchanged because he next appears in a union hospital in Oct, 1862 where he was discharged for medical reasons. Family lore has been that he was a "cousin" of Stonewall Jackson and that General Jackson arranged his release. I suspect that the kinship is likely "wishful thinking" because I have been unable to find any northern family in General Jackson's family. Do you have any information that might confirm or deny such connection? Thanks, J. Alford Moore, DVM
James Alford Moore <Vetal@aol.com>
Humble, TX USA - Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 23:00:05 (EDT)
I have two queries which may or may not be related to one another… If anyone is familiar with the duel fought between Gen. Andrew Jackson and Lieut. Samuel D Jackson in Tennessee about 1807, I am trying to discover what, if any, relationship these men were to each other, and what immediate family line this Samuel D Jackson belonged to? I am researching the Jackson family line who live in Washington Co, Tn in the 1830’s through at least the 1850’s. My direct descent is through Dorcas (Jackson) Bacon b.1794 who married Johnny James Bacon, and was the daughter of George Washington Jackson b.1769 and Elizabeth (Jobe) Jackson b.1776. I’m searching for George Washington Jackson’s parents. It's possible the father may be a Samuel Jackson b.1740-ish who lived in Washington Co, TN in his old age(80-90), and most likely had a brother named Jonathan Jackson who lived nearby in Washington Co, TN. There are many men who could have been children of these two men living in the area. Their names are Benjamin, Alfred E, Samuel, William, John, James, Jacob, Peter, George and Laban. These men were all born between the years 1790 and 1810. Let me know if any of this strikes familiar with anyone. Thank you.
Greg Tindle <g10dle@yahoo.com>
Kansas City, MO USA - Saturday, September 11, 2010 at 12:13:28 (EDT)
Looking for parents of Sarah Ann Selina Jackson. Sarah was born in Georgia and married Mark Jackson, son of Edmond Jackson and Sarah (Sally)Shaw. They lived in Fayetteville, Fayette, Georgia.
L Campbell <aclcus@yahoo.com>
ca USA - Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 09:49:57 (EDT)
I am trying to find my grandfathers family. His name is Charles Henry Jackson born 1932 in Jones,LA. He had 4 sisters: Juanita, Pauline, Lee Joy, and Gertrude. There father was James Alvin Jackson of north Arkansas and mother was Nora Lee Stewart Jackson also of north Arkansas. As far as we know my grandfather is the last surviving Jackson of the family. Any help will be appreciated.
emily graves <emilygraves16@gmail.com>
bonita, la USA - Saturday, July 24, 2010 at 21:02:21 (EDT)
I have several ancestors who are buried in the Jackson Cemetery which I understand the Brigade is trying to restore. What is the current condition of the cemetery? I last visited it in 1998 and found many tombstones were missing. I believe that my great great grandfather is buried there along with his wife and child. Unfortunately, he is not listed but did die in Clarksburg on a trip. Is someone doing reserch on people who may be buried there but are not presently listed? Can you help me?
Gail Watkins <gwatk98@aol.com>
USA - Monday, June 28, 2010 at 22:01:37 (EDT)
I could not find any information on Charlton B. Jackson and his wife Mary Hickox in the documentation. Has no one submitted information on this family?
Carol Robertson <ckrobertson@sbcglobal.net>
Topeka, Kansas USA - Friday, June 18, 2010 at 21:25:03 (EDT)
I am researching Jackson and my line is connected to a Marquis(marcus/markis) La Fayette Jackson, he lived in Halifax Co.,Va and owned a tavern there. His wife was Martha C. Medley. I would like to find the father of Marquis Jackson. He died in Halifax Co., Va. about 1830 and his family moved to Madison Co., Tenn. There is a Alexander Jackson, that could have been a brother to my Marquis?????????? Anyone out there that could help me my e-mail address is: roseofhollyhill@cfl.rr.com. Sure looking forward to hearing from you
sharon yates <roseofhollyhill@cfl.rr.com>
Daytona Beach, fl USA - Friday, June 04, 2010 at 14:53:48 (EDT)
"We have a Great Great Garandfather Fielding Duvall Jackson Fought in Civil war in Tenneese 7th calvery battalion Co. C.1861-1864 have always heard we are related to Stonewall Can't find connection
Linda C. Dublo <ldublo11@yahoo.com>
Godfrey, il USA - Saturday, May 01, 2010 at 20:00:26 (EDT)
I have a brickwall with Jackson line. Stops at William "Buck" Jackson b. 1800 in VA d.1842-2 Tn. Married Rebecca Speak who was born in KY. Son Irvin is who I descend from. He married a Malone and in that line their is a Cummins/Cummings. It was rumored that there was a connection to Stonewall Jackson. I don't see it tho unless it is through the Cummins/Cummings line. Thanks!
Paula Shirley <pbear617@yahoo.com>
Arlington, Tx USA - Friday, April 02, 2010 at 12:09:24 (EDT)
Hello... my g g grandfather was edward newton barnes jackson... he is listed in the will of edward h jackson.. I was wondering what the connection is with john jackson and if edward h jackson was his father??? grandfather??
lisa diciccio <peyton2010@comcast.net>
vacaville, ca USA - Monday, March 29, 2010 at 02:38:09 (EDT)
Looking for info on William Jackson, born in Quebec Canada in about 1824, married Agnes Sime from Scotland in about 1853 - they moved back and forth from the US to Canada for about 20 years - they had 7 children, William, Heathcote, Alfred, Fredrick, J Robert, Alice and Clara. I would like to find out who William's parents are.
Joani Crews <JoaniV@aol.com>
Norcross, ga USA - Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 12:12:50 (EST)
I am a decendant of John Shearer Jackson, who left the Northern Lakes District of England in the 1700s, migrating via Whitehaven to Grand Cayman Island. In 1900 my grandfather, Timothy Sylvanus Jackson, moved from the Caymans to Tampa, FL and married Jamie Cora Brown, who was born 1895 in Knoxville, TN and moved to Tampa in 1902. Her father was supposed to be a Jim Brown from Ireland. Any connection here with any of you guys? I'm dead ended on the Brown line at this point. Thanks for any response. Bob Jackson, Tampa.
Robert Paul Jackson, Jr. <rangemaster@verizon.net>
Lutz, FL USA - Sunday, March 07, 2010 at 12:16:34 (EST)
I have been helping my father with our family lineage. There is a Cora Imogene Jackson, whom was my 3rd great grandmother. My great grandmother - Frieda Wilhelmina Nielsen(Martens) married to Richard Norman Nielsen, also had mentioned(many, many, years ago) that we had a connection to Stonewall Jackson. Many questions have been asked as to if this is true. I would love to put this issue either to rest or confirm it. Do you know of any connection via these names? Thank you!
Kirstin Cowan <akacowan@earthlink.net>
Orlando, FL USA - Saturday, March 06, 2010 at 10:54:14 (EST)
I too have hit a brick wall in tracing my roots to the Stonewall Jackson lineage. My ancestors on my mother's side of the family always claimed that one of our descendents, Zuriah Jackson (born Jul 21, 1825 in Near Bloomfield Ohio) was a cousin to Stonewall Jackson. I can find no trace of her mother but her father was John Jackson (no birthdate or birthplace). Is this John Jackson, who was Stonewall Jackson's great-grandfather? It has been suggested that Zuriah Jackson was possibly born out of wedlock with John Jackson being the father and that's why there is no history on the mother. Anyone have any information that could help me or could possibly point me in the right direction? I told my Uncle I would try and get this issue settled once and for all!
Jamie Green <green9698@sbcglobal.net>
Darien, IL USA - Thursday, February 11, 2010 at 22:17:16 (EST)
I have hit a brick wall with my genealogy research and wanted to know if someone within the Jackson Brigade, Inc. could assist me. My father’s mother was born Elizabeth Katherine Jackson (4/27/1905 NC – 5/30/1991 VA) daughter to Morgan Jackson (10/10/1872 SC – 3/31/1944 NC) and Octavia Morgan (9/12/1877 NC – 10/26/1923 NC). Through census reports, I learned that Morgan Jackson was born in South Carolina and that his parents were born in Virginia. However, that is as far as I have been able to go with that branch of my family tree. I tried requesting a copy of Morgan Jackson’s birth certificate from South Carolina in hopes of getting more information about his parents (i.e. their names) to no avail because South Carolina didn’t keep births records until after his birth. Since West Virginia didn’t separate from Virginia until the early 1860’s, it is possible that Morgan Jackson’s parents were born in the part of Virginia that is now known as West Virginia. Bottom line, I’m trying to confirm information that my grandmother said to me when I was a little girl that Stonewall Jackson was my great, great (how many times?) uncle. So far, I’m not having any luck going beyond my great grandfather Morgan Jackson. Any information that the Jackson Brigade, Inc. can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Melanie Parrish <mhparrish@verizon.net>
Richmond, VA USA - Wednesday, January 06, 2010 at 19:22:08 (EST)
I am looking for the father of William Jackson, my gggrandfather, b: about 1818. I have found William Jackson (McNairy County, TN. census 1850).I have been told William was born in Kentucky, but I can't find them. Can anyone help? Carolyn King
Carolyn King <king1574@att.net>
Pasadena, TX. USA - Tuesday, January 05, 2010 at 17:38:37 (EST)
My Grandfathers name was John Sidney Jackson and my Grandmother was Vitalis Minkler Jackson. They were married in Highgate Vermont and had 7 girls. Vitalis died giving birth to her last daughter. My mother Mildred was sent to a work home along with her 6 sister (all seperated) and I am looking for any information on my Grandfather or Grandmother.
Penny Mashtare <dmashtare@frontiernet.net>
Bloomfield , NY USA - Monday, December 28, 2009 at 12:47:14 (EST)
Hi my maiden name is Julie Patrick and my Dad who now lives in Australia traced our family tree years ago and we are descendants of the famous Stonewall Jackson.In face he took us to the Usa and we went to see the famous carving of him at Stone mountain.I have part of our family tree and it seems the link starts with John Jackson 1716-1801 who was born in Coleraine co Londonderry Northern Ireland and he emigrated to West Virginia.He was Stonewall Jacksons great grandfather.Be great to see if you can tell me anything more
julie patrick <jebgen@talktalk.net>
Belfast, UK - Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 11:26:01 (EST)
John Harrison Jackson sr., my 4 great grandfather, was born on 14 Feb 1746 in Ireland and died on 14 apr 1814 in Dearborn county, Indiana. Is he related to John Jackson, who was born in Ireland in abt 1719, and died in 1801 in West Virginia? This is my brick wall and any help would be appreciated.
Frank Pfeiff <fdpfeiff@socolo.net>
Rye, CO USA - Thursday, November 12, 2009 at 18:55:11 (EST)
I know this is like finding a needle in a haystack but I'm hoping someone can help me :) Our known Jackson line stops at Thomas Edward Jackson b. Sept. 9, 1855 near Pana Illinois and died Mar. 16 1919 also near Pana Illinois. He married Ida May Aikins in 1876 and then Mollie Adams. I know it's a long shot but can anyone help filling in the missing pieces ie. his parents and grandparents etc? John, Edward, George and Thomas seem to be family names as those were the names of his sons. As well as a Bert and a daughter Gertrude. Sons Thomas, George and Bert stayed in the area, Gertrude and John went to Missouri. They spent some time working in a mine in the Pana Illinois area. Thank you for ANY help. bergtholdc@yahoo.com Colleen
Colleen Bergthold <bergtholdc@yahoo.com>
Dallas, Tx USA - Thursday, November 12, 2009 at 11:14:14 (EST)
I am looking for Louise Jackson b. abt. 1860 who had a daughter Myrtle Benson in 1888, Frenchburg, KY. The father listed on Myrtle's death record was Benjamin Benson. HELP
Marie Rahilly <marie@fulhamco.com>
Wellesley, MA USA - Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 12:34:38 (EST)
I am trying to find ancestors for my great grandmother: Anna Belle Jackson (who married my great grandfather) James Huston Hall, Jr. in Maysville, Kentucky 25 Jun 1874. She was born 4 Feb 1855 and died 27 Feb. 1900. Her father was Thomas Jackson born 20 Dec. 1826 and her mother was Susan Lambkin Jacobs born 29 Mar 1833 and died 9 Jan 1906. I do not have a marriage date for Thomas and Susan. If you might assist me in learning more of their origins, I would be most grateful. Thank you, Thom Anderson
Thom Anderson <ThomAVO@sbcglobal.net>
Novato, CA USA - Monday, November 09, 2009 at 20:22:37 (EST)
A followup on my Isaac T Jackson Question that shows my confustion . THis page shows the Jackson Discrepancies http://p__d.tripod.com/JacksonDiscrepancies.html The following sources )See above link) shows Isacc Jackson to be the son of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins Southern Historical Families edited by John Bennet Bodie (pg 57): Mississippi Revolutionary Soldiers (pg 153): Amite Co., Ms. Vol III 1699-1890 by Albert E. Casey: Several other source I have found do not include Isaac including a chart of Stonewall Jackson ancestors, this site, and as noted in the above link The Genealogies of the Jackson, Junkin & Morrison Families compiled by Michael I. Shoop I hope this clarfies my question
James Hood <homerlsufan@yahoo.com>
homer, la USA - Tuesday, November 03, 2009 at 18:03:39 (EST)
Sorry messed up on the email I gave below as to the Isaac T Jackson question It is homerlsufan@yahoo.com
James Hood <homerlsufan@yahoo.com>
homer, la USA - Tuesday, November 03, 2009 at 13:59:57 (EST)
Is Isaac T Jackson a son of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins? It appears that among the descendants of Isacc T Jackson died in Amite COunty Mississippi there appears to the conclusion he is their son. Has this been refuted or looked into?
James Hood <homerlsu@yahoo.com>
Homer, la USA - Tuesday, November 03, 2009 at 13:57:38 (EST)
Are the Jacksons from Dearborn county, Indiana related to the Jacksons from West Virginia? My 5th great grandfather is John Harrison Jackson sr. who was born on 14 Feb 1746 in Ireland, and died 14 Apr 1814 in Miller twp, Dearborn county, Indiana.
Frank Pfeiff <fdpfeiff@socolo.net>
Rye, CO USA - Monday, November 02, 2009 at 15:09:46 (EST)
still looking for information on Haywood Jackson, born in Clay CO, Ky, about 1830. married Roena Hubbard in 1850. we believe Joseph Jackson may have been his father, any information would be appreciated.
Sharon Jackson Alsip <alsips@zoomtown.com>
mason, ohio USA - Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 13:19:15 (EDT)
I am looking for John Courtenay (sp?) Jackson, born: June 1, 1944; went to school in the UK, at Christs College, Brecon, Wales, and was in Malaysia about 42 years ago. Thank you! Emily
Emily <chanterellelady@gmail.com>
Ladysmith, BC Canada - Friday, October 30, 2009 at 23:41:17 (EDT)
I'm looking for information this Tishmingo,Ms/Smith,Texas family John Wesley Jackson b 1827 Georgia married Lucretia Green born 1830 Tenneesse with these childern Sellman/tillman b 1848 Ms,Wm b 1849 Ms,Randolph b1854 Ms,Mary E.b 1856 Smith,Tx,Sanford b 1857 Tx,Thomas b 1866 Tx.,Lidia b 1867 appears to be related to this Tippah,Ms family Francis (I think this is a guess)Jackson ca 1805 Hanna(h) Jackson b1805 Al. Childern are Martin Jackson b 1830 Al,Thomas b1832 Al,Orecy b 1833 Al,James b 1835 Al,Elijah b 1836 Al, Nancy 1841 Al,Elizabeth 1842 Al,Minerva 1845 AL,Judia/Julia/Judy 1847 Ms. p
Gail Jackson <gnerdtude@aol.com>
northern, Ca USA - Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 16:34:08 (EDT)
I am searching for the family of Cynthia Jackson b 25 Dec 1829 married Andrew Arthur Aughenbaugh. Family tradition has "in the south not Pa. It is said that she was born in the South and members of her family participated in the Civil War as officers in the Confederate Army, one of those being the famous General Stonewall Jackson. Source: Minnesota It's Story & Biography"
Mary Buchholz <marybuchholz516@gmail.com>
Belle Fourche, SD USA - Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 13:45:19 (EDT)
I am looking for information about my great grandmother, DEE JACKSON, daughter of EMMANUEL JACKSON and ELIZABETH JOHNON. She was born in Corsicana TX, in the 1860s I believe, and married William Bennett Brogdon, a farmer and horticulturist. They resided in Springdale Arkansas. Thank you, Dee
Dee Parker <deeannparker@hotmail.com>
USA - Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 10:43:09 (EDT)
I found a William Jackson in the 1860 McNairy Co., TN. Census.Listed with him was Nancy age 39, John H.,Sarah, Mary, James P. age 10, Celia J., Martha A.. My ggrandfather is James Pryor Jackson b:1850. Does anyone know these Jackson's? I cannot find the father of Pryor Jackson.
Carolyn King <king1574@att.net>
Pasadena, Tx. USA - Monday, October 12, 2009 at 19:43:44 (EDT)
I was wondering why we Jacksons and all you cousins who are descendents of John & Elizabeth Jackson, our grandparents were never mentioned as Royal Descendents.I knew the British Royals were not big fans of ours because "Old Hickory" and a whole bunch of you cousins have made soverighty expensive for them in some battles we`ve fought with them ha ha!Well thanks to people like the Mc Gintys,Mark Humphrys Royal Ancestries,Don Norman,and my wife Janet,there is a real good chance that you Jacksons and all of our cousins, of a 1000 different surnames,are probably descended from King Edward I (Longshanks)and others. I knew my family was a great clan and I set out to prove it. Finally all of us "may" have the recognition that we have fought and died for,and deserve as much as any other family in this nation.I would check with Don Norman and Mark Humphrys,and offer any records or information possible.Andy, David,John,Elizabeth and our beloved Stonewall would never have believed this was possible.Its time we unite as a clan and a huge family as storm clouds form on our horizons.God bless you all,what a great family.
D.E. Jackson <lowenhartz1>
Enoch , Utah USA - Friday, September 25, 2009 at 19:55:07 (EDT)
my great-grandfather was James Pryor Jackson, b: McNairy County, TN. Also related to Thomas Elijah Jackson, son of Joseph Jackson & Margaret Cox of McNairy Co. Tr (g-grandmother's side). Trying to find a connection with my g-grandfather. Thanks, Carolyn King
Carolyn King <king1574@att.net>
Pasadena,, Tx. USA - Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 14:01:53 (EDT)
My great grandfather was a JOHN C. (perhaps for Charles) JACKSON, who said in Lake County, Illinois and Berrien County, Michigan Censuses that he was born in about 1815 in Pennsylvania of parents who were from Canada. (He died in 1896 in Benton Harbor, Michigan and is buried with his wife at the Resurrection Cemetery in St. Joseph, Michigan. He MAY have been a son of a Thomas Jackson, who was born in Canada in 1788, but whose birth is recorded in records of the London Grove, Chester County, Quaker Monthly meeting. This Thomas was the youngest son of a JOHN JACKSON, a Loyalist farmer and clockmaker from Chester County who fled with his family briefly to the province of Nova Scotia and settled there briefly for about 5 years. This John's father was also a Pennsylvania farmer and clockmaker named JOHN JACKSON who had been born in Ballitore, Ireland in 1712, and came from Ireland with his father ISAAC to Chester County on the ship "Slizargh" in 1725. Isaac was born in Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland in about 1655, as a son of an ANTHONY JACKSON, who in turn was from St. Michael's Parish in Lancashire, born there about 1630, and who became a Quaker and went to Ireland. QUESTION/INQUIRY - I'm seeking any documentary evidence that shows a proven link from my great grandfather, John C., to his possible father, Thomas, or to a male sibling of Thomas'. The said Anthony from Lancashire, referenced above, has been linked by others as a son to Sir Anthony Jackson of Yorkshire who died in the service of Charles II in 1666 and who is buried in the Temple Church in London. QUESTION/INQUIRY - I'm also seeking documented evidence that the above two Anthonys were indeed father and son. The father was connected to Royalty, while the son was more likely a yeoman farmer. Somehow, this doesn't jibe to me.
Bob Wilson <wilso127@yahoo.com>
Beaufort, SC USA - Wednesday, September 09, 2009 at 08:16:51 (EDT)
I'm looking for information on gladys cleavenger Hays, with of Stockley David Hays, son of Nancy E Jackson Hays
bob Doyle <r.doyle2@verizon.net>
Santa Maria, CA USA - Monday, September 07, 2009 at 11:11:36 (EDT)
Looking to connect..My AW Jackson appears in 1870 US Census of Stoddard County,Missouri.(IT says AW was born in 1826 TN married and children BUT they ALL disappear after that not to be found EXCEPT my GGrandfather Andrew L. DOES ANYONE HAVE CONNECTION WITH MO OR TN Jackson's maybe my connection ? HOPING HOPING HOPING
William L. Jackson <Jjanetbill60@aol.com>
St.Louis, Mo USA - Thursday, September 03, 2009 at 20:42:37 (EDT)
Looking for any descendents of Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Edward Jackson, and Elizabeth Brake...She married Nicholas Lee Carpenter..Also would like any info, or a photo of her if any are know to exist..Love to trade info. Would be interested in any Jackson-Carpenter connection..Byron Carpenter, and Stokley Jacson fit into this Have some letters written in the 1920's along with some DAR app's from the 20's also With the Carpenter Jackson Connection..Thanks for any help..Tom Shaw Elizabeth "Eliza" b. 6 Apr. 1807 prob. Jackson's Mill, Harrison/now Lewis Co., (W)V; d. 22 Feb. 1849 Mt. Vernon, Marshall Co., IN; m. Nicholas Carpenter. Tom Shaw Texas City, TX. USA -
Tom Shaw <gallileo60@hotmail.com>
Texas City, TX USA - Wednesday, September 02, 2009 at 22:19:18 (EDT)
I am looking for information on the Jackson family from the Clinton/Felixville area of East Feliciana Parish. This branch of the Jacksons had cousins named Jordan and Everett that may have been from Texas. I recently found a pencil sketch of 2 horses drawn on July 4th 1882 in Cedar Grove, LA. There were 2 names written on the print. Minnie C. Jordan and Lizzie Jordan Everett. I know they attended Hepzibah (sp?) Baptist church in Clinton at one time and am hoping to find their connection with the Jackson family. Some key Jackson names are Frank, Robert, Dorothula, Granville. Also there are some Humbles in the group possibly also from Texas. I have a photo album belonging to L. Vic Humble (died - 1922)
Tammy <tamslyn@aol.com>
Baton Rouge, LA USA - Thursday, August 20, 2009 at 16:09:02 (EDT)
My gdfthr Wm Martin Jackson Sr lived most all of his life in Marshall Tx, Harrison Co. He was born in 1879 and no bp is shown on his death cert. 12-1-1941. He was a carpenter/farmer and md Hattie Holtzclaw in Panola Co Tx in the early 1900's. Their children were:Edwd Hubert Jackson, Bennett Jackson , Rosella Jackson, Wm Martin Jr (my fthr,James Frances Jackson. Please advise if you have a link to this family. I am a volunteer in Bmt Tx at Tyerrell Gen Lib and would be glad to look up info if any Jacksons need it from this SE part of Tx--Beaumont, between Houston and Lk Charles La. Many thanks. Ann Jackson Polk
W A Ann Jackson Polk <arpolk@cmaaccess.com>
Beaumont, Tx USA - Sunday, August 16, 2009 at 00:56:38 (EDT)
I want to know if it is possible to trace my family. I have been assured all my life that my Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather and Andrew Jackson were cousins. My father is Hugh Jackson. His Father is Cecil Jackson. His Grandfather is Robert Jackson. The family moved from the Tennessee area of Nashville to Western Kentucky in the late 1700's or early 1800's. How can I confirm my heritage?
rick jackson <rick@provenreserves.net>
Frisco, TX USA - Wednesday, August 05, 2009 at 23:25:32 (EDT)
I am descended from Henry Jackson Sr. His daughter Melissa married James R. Lowe and had a daugther named Rachel.Looking for information on the cause of death for Melissa and Rachel.
Susan Moore <smoore5000@zoominternet.net>
Medina, OH USA - Monday, August 03, 2009 at 19:01:40 (EDT)
My Great-great Grandfather's name was David Merritt Jackson (born July 8, 1828, Allegheny Co, NY, died Dec. 28, 1894, Burton, TX. He was a Union soldier, captured then a POW, and supposedly released because he was related to Stonewall Jackson. My father has done much research, but hasn't yet found the link, or any thing past David Merritt Jackson. We do have some military records on him, photographs, etc., but nothing on his parents, or grandparents. Any suggestions or thoughts?
James A. Moore III <jaybirdsf@aol.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 11:00:35 (EDT)
Dear Sirs: I am working on some family genealogy and came across the following comment: “T. J. Stonewall Jackson’s 3rd cousin was Laura Virginia PRATT Addison” Laura’s parents were Samuel W. and Amelia Elizabeth Walter (a distance relation of mine). Laura married Richard Jackson Addison. Samuel died in late 1856 or early 1857 in Warren County Virginia. Is there any way you came look at Stonewall’s genealogy and determine if he and Laura (or Richard Jackson Addison)were 3rd cousins? Thanks Dick Rush
Dick Rush <rerush@embarqmail.com>
Waynesboro, PA USA - Tuesday, July 28, 2009 at 22:25:04 (EDT)
William Love - Husband of Winiford Carney; Father of Rebecca Love who married Edward Hadden Jackson (son of John Jr.) has been approved as a DAR patriot.
Claudine Harding <mom3477@yahoo.com>
Southbury, CT USA - Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 12:44:13 (EDT)
Hi! I would like to know if anyone has any sketches that look like Julia Neale Jackson, Stonewall's mother. Or even have any family photos/sketches of family, I was given a very old portrait from an older gentlemen, that got it from another older gentlemen that passed away a while ago that used to collect and also was we believe from the Jackson/Beckwith Neale family that says it is an original portrait of her. Contact me if you have any photos that you can email me with to possibly identify the portrait. Thank You!!
Rachel Cara Harshman <Rachelcara007@hotmail.com>
Aldie, Va USA - Monday, June 08, 2009 at 08:38:39 (EDT)
Please contact me: Jackson Brigade Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 1 relates a story in involving Henry Colerider. Henry is my 3rd great grandfather and I am very much interested in the source of that part of the article written by W.C. Carper.
Janey Cook <janeycook@yahoo.com>
Blackfoot, ID USA - Sunday, June 07, 2009 at 22:51:21 (EDT)
My gg grandfather William B O Jackson died while serving in the 7th KY INF regiment in 1862. He was born in Washington Co TN. William's parents were George Jackson & Nancy Bacon. George was born in 1793 a date confirmed by the 1860 census. I believe that George is the son of John Jackson Jr (1760). Can you confirm this? Thanks... Kevin
Kevin D Jackson <kdjaxn@charter.net>
Fayetteville, TN USA - Sunday, May 10, 2009 at 07:58:43 (EDT)
Does anyone know the burial site of Amanda Melvina Jackson Pribble and her husband Daniel Pribble
john Wilkins <jtwil@comporium.net>
rock hill, sc USA - Thursday, April 30, 2009 at 08:38:14 (EDT)
Seeking information on Edward Jackson, b. abt 1800, from Cecil County, MD. Married to Mary (Calvert?) b. abt 1810. Children of Edward & Mary: John Jackson b. abt 1830 William J. Jackson b. 29 Mar 1834 Sarah Jackson b. abt 1836 Christopher Jackson b. abt 1838 Henry Jackson b. abt 1844 Samuel JAckson b. abt 1846 Edward Jackson b. abt 1849 Any info would be very welcome, I am at a dead end, have been for several years.
Everett Jackson <rettman46@comcast.net>
Elkton, MS USA - Wednesday, March 11, 2009 at 18:18:25 (EDT)
My grandfather, Martin Nathaniel Ancel Kearns, born Jul 16, 1889 always told us that Stonewall Jackson's step grandmother (Elizabeth Weatherholt Brake) was one of his grandmothers. His grandfather, Patrick Kearns born ca 1824 in Ireland and came to WV about 1848; married Mary J. His father, John P Kearns born Apr 1858 in VA (WV) and married in 1881 to Sarah E, born Jun 1858. Does anyone have any info? I would sure appreciate it.
Jo Ann Taylor Adams <jaat39@aol.com>
Hartville, OH USA - Sunday, March 08, 2009 at 16:35:36 (EDT)
I need help locating my Jacksons. I'm stuck at Alexander Jackson, b. about 1813, married Nancy Howell in 1851. Their son John B (Bennett or Brown) Jackson b. Jul 14, 1852 in LaRue Co, KY, home of Thomas E Young, married Katherine (Catherine) Kitty Ash Nov 30, 1874 in LaRue County, Ky. Their son, Shirley Monroe Jackson b. Sep 5, 1875 in LaRue County, married Annie Doanes (Dones) Sep 5, 1906. Their son Leonard Thomas Jackson b. Jan 16, 1908 in Bardstown KY is my grandfather. Thank you for any assistance.
Rebecca Jackson <rebeccajacks@peoplepc.com>
Plymouth, mn USA - Sunday, March 08, 2009 at 04:28:38 (EDT)
Looking for the Parents of John Jackson born around 1792 in Mass whom married Lucy Ginn of Orland, Maine. John Jackson died 1844 per stated in probate records.
TWhitt <telinah30@hotmail.com>
Somerset, Maine USA - Thursday, March 05, 2009 at 15:24:01 (EST)
My great grandmother told me that her mother, Harriet Emma Jackson, had always told her that their family was related to Stonewall Jackson, but, as yet, I have been unable to find any early records on Harriet Emma Jackson. She is said to have been born in Georgia on June 6, 1841. Rusk County, Texas, records show her to have been married to Young Allen Vinson on August 1, 1867. She died in Carthage, Panola, Texas, on Oct. 31, 1921, and is buried there. If anyone has any information on her early life, siblings, or parents, I would be very happy to hear from him or her. Thank you for providing this forum.
Lindy Hutchison <lindyhut@hotmail.com>
Sugar Land, TX USA - Sunday, March 01, 2009 at 20:35:42 (EST)
Searching for the ancestors of Cynthia JACKSON, b 25 Dec 1829 wife of Andrew Arthur Aughenbaugh. They moved from Beaver Co PA thru Ohio (Meigs)>IL (Vandalia, Illinois)finally to Freeborn, MN. Cynthia died from measles during the Indian Up-raising in Mar 1862 or 1863. She was supposely related to Stonewall and born in the South. How do we go about finding her parents? Thanks, Mary
Mary Buchholz <shepherd@starband.net>
Belle Fourche, SD USA - Monday, February 23, 2009 at 17:21:09 (EST)
I am looking for Edward JACKSON, born 1801 in Wake County, NC. He married first, Rebecca Cannon(Kennon), in 1821, then in 1829, he married her sister, Sarah Maria Kennon. They were the daughter's of Charles Lewis and Mary Howell Kennon. Edward died in 1872 in Robertson County, TX. Their oldest son was Elias Greene Jackson, born 1822 in Wake County. We cannot find Edward's parents, but know this family of Jackson's took their military status seriously. We know about the Kennons, but not the JACKSONS. I f anyone knows of this family of JACKSONS, please let me know.
Mary Perkins <mperkins@gt.rr.com>
Beaumont, TX USA - Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 17:55:36 (EST)
Can someone help me with the descendants of Richard Jackson? The one I'm looking for was born c 1570. This is where my information begins...Also, I'm looking for a Henry Jackson Sr. b: c 1763 d: 1832 in Hancock Co.,GA. I think his wife was Sarah Mapp- born same year in Northhampton Co., VA m: 1780 d: c 1850 in Hancock Co.,Ga. As you all know I'm quite interested in James H. Jackson b: 1801 in Hancock.,GA(raised in Greene Co.,GA-heard he was of Irish decent...) In fact, I KNOW it from other family members.Please help me anyone!!!! This is all on my dad's side;my last name is Palmer too...However,the Jackson's are a part of my family as well... Thanks! Christi~~~
christi palmer <chrispalmer1341@sbcglobal.net>
Wichita Falls,, tx USA - Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 15:59:57 (EST)
dear Nancy....do have the obit or death certificate for Winifred Peterson?? I am looking for a connection to Winifred's mother's maiden name Rebecca Love Jackson
barbara hoehn <gulfside7007@yahoo.com>
Holmes Beach, FL USA - Tuesday, January 20, 2009 at 23:04:02 (EST)
I am looking for where Edward Haddon Jackson and his wife, Rebecca Love Jackson are buried. Anybody know? If so, do you know if there is a tombstone? Edward died in 1847 and Rebecca died sometime after 1860 - anyone know the date of Rebecca's death? Thanks!
Claudine Harding <Mom3477@yahoo.com>
USA - Monday, January 19, 2009 at 15:50:46 (EST)
I am searching the Jacksons of Cecil County, MD for any info on Barnaby Jackson, immigration to St. Mary's City, 1638. Place of origin Yorkshire, England. He had a son, Edward, which started a long line of Edwards down to my GGgrandfather, Philip, son of Edward IV.
Barbara Crankshaw <crankshaw1@verizon.net>
Southampton, NJ USA - Tuesday, January 06, 2009 at 11:28:22 (EST)
I am researching my gr-gr grandmother Nancy Jackson. She married John Napolean "Nap" Hinton on Feb 6, 1842 in Daviess Co. KY. She was the daughter of George Jackson and Sarah "Sally" Crawford, who's parents were Sam Crawford and Mary Elizabeth Hardin. Family history says that we are related to Stonewall Jackson through a brother of his father. Any information about this family will be greatly appreciated.
Glenn Smith <ges457@yahoo.com>
Winters, TX USA - Tuesday, January 06, 2009 at 09:59:37 (EST)
I am looking for any information on whom I believe to be my GGGGGrandfather Francis Jackson and wife Elizabeth, both of England. They came to America around 1818-1819? There is a copy of a patent land deed where Francis Jackson purchased land in Columbiana County Ohio,(later to become Carroll County) on Dec, 09, 1819. All the rest of my decendants resided in Vinton, Gallia County, OH. Any help getting me over this stumbling block would be genuinely appreciated.
Tempa Heller <tempaheller@msn.com>
Billings, MT USA - Thursday, December 04, 2008 at 16:25:48 (EST)
I am looking for information pertaining to a Dempsey Jackson b. 1785, d. 1850-1860. His wife is unknown. It is speculated that he served with the VA militia in Frederick Co, VA in 1811, First Battalion of 51st Regiment, and eventually listed as being in Federal Service from 6 July 1813 - 10 July 1814. He was discharged in Norfolk, VA in 1814. He was died in Frederick Co, VA between 1850 - 1860. His children are listed as Cornelius, Rebecca Ann, Catherine, and Dempsey.
Tricia Worden <tricia.painter@gmail.com>
Harpers Ferry, WV USA - Friday, November 28, 2008 at 19:29:37 (EST)
I.have.a.Thomas.Jackson.in.my.line born.8May.1757 d.20.NOV1844(Felixville,East.Feliciana.Parish,LA) He.was.a.Revolutionary.War.Patriot is.this.the.same.Grandfather.of.Stonewall? Thanks
Karen <krcgen@yahoo.com>
Dallas, TX USA - Thursday, November 06, 2008 at 01:45:27 (EST)
I am looking for any information anyone may have on the Jackson family that settled in GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO. I have hit a road block on which direction to look on where my GGGG grandfather Henry Jackson (1809-1880) came from originally. There are so many Jackson's with the name Henry born around this time, I have him listed as being born in 1809 in Pennsylvania. 1. He married Lucretia Stephens..her parents John/Rachel were from NJ..which were descended from the surnames: Gaskill/Southwick/Shelly/Michaelgrove/Sidney/Husse(y) to French royalty and Charlemagne. 2. I found him in a 1850 census at 41 years old living in Guernsey County. He is also listed in the 1860 census at 51 living with his son(my GGG Grandfather) Israel Jackson (1830-1894 married: Julia Ann Scott) He may have even lived in Noble county? I found some information that may lead towards Pleasant City, OH or Belle Valley, both in Noble county. They may be relatives. 3. He may have a sister named Hannah?? born in PA? Unsure, there are so many Henry Jackson's, it has been very hard to find which one is right. Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Heather Jackson <always3c8h@yahoo.com>
USA - Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 19:13:41 (EDT)
I found the following on my Great Grandfather, Harry W. Jackson. Any relatives out there? Harry W. JACKSON, who completed, on the 1st of January, 1925, his four years’ term of effective administration as prosecuting attorney of Muskegon county, is one of the representative members of the bar of this county and upon his retirement from office he resumed the active practice of his profession in the city of Muskegon, where he is junior member of the law firm of CARPENTER & JACKSON, which controls a substantial and important practice. Mr. JACKSON was born at Baldwin, judicial center of Lake county, Michigan, June 29, 1887, and is a son of Dr. Noah H. and Adelaide (SAYLES) JACKSON, the former of whom was born in the province of Ontario, Canada, September 8, 1864, and the latter of whom was born in Michigan, July 2, 1867, they being now residents of Wahjamega, Tuscola county, Michigan, where the Doctor is chief physician in charge of the Michigan state farm colony for epileptics. Doctor JACKSON is a son of the late Noah JACKSON and was a boy of about ten years when the family home was established, in 1874, on a farm in Muskegon county, Michigan, his father having become one of the prosperous agriculturists and influential citizens of the county and having here served as a member of the county board of supervisors. After preparing himself thoroughly for the work of his chosen profession, Doctor JACKSON engaged in the practice of medicine at Muskegon, where also his brothers, Drs. Samuel and James JACKSON, likewise became successful physicians and surgeons. Dr. Noah H. JACKSON later removed with his family to Ohio, where for twenty years he continued in the successful practice of his profession, not far to the east of the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana. The doctor is an active member of the Michigan State Medical Society and the American Medical Association, is a past master of the Masonic blue lodge and past patron of the Order of the Eastern Star, in which latter his wife is a past matron. Of the other two children it is to be recorded that Frederick is a resident of Detroit, and that Pauline is the wife of Harry IRWIN, superintendent, in 1925, of the high school at Clive, Ohio. The earlier educational discipline of Harry W. JACKSON was acquired mainly in the public schools of Hicksville, Ohio, and in 1905 he was graduated in the high school of that city. In 1910 he was graduated in the law department of the University of Ohio, in the capital city of Columbus, and after thus receiving his degree of Bachelor of Laws he was engaged in the practice of his profession in the state of North Dakota until 1913, when he returned to his native state of Michigan and engaged in general practice in Muskegon, where he eventually formed a law partnership with William CARPENTER, under the firm title of CARPENTER & JACKSON, which is still retained. He gave five years of service as circuit court commissioner, and thereafter was for four years assistant prosecuting attorney of the county, in which connection his record was such as to mark him as the most eligible candidate for the office of prosecuting attorney, to which he was elected in 1920 and in which he continued his vigorous and effective administration until the expiration of his term, January 1, 1925. As prosecutor Mr. JACKSON brought the work of his office up to splendid efficiency, established precedents in many cases which he prosecuted, did a fine service in eliminating vice and all manner of malfactions in his county, and brought about changes that greatly advanced the work of the justice courts. He handled a greater amount of official work than any previous incumbent had been called upon to perform, and as prosecuting attorney he lost but one case among the many in which he appeared. The record he made in this office is tending greatly to expand the scope and importance of the law business of his firm since he resumed private practice. Mr. JACKSON is a stalwart in the ranks of the Republican Party, is a past master of Norchite Lodge, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, and is affiliated also with the York and Scottish Rite bodies of the Masonic fraternity, as well as with the Mystic Shrine. February 20, 1911, Mr. JACKSON wedded Miss Eunice SEIBERT, of Toledo, Ohio, and they have two daughters: Martha, born October 31, 1913 and Betsy Ann, born January 22, 1921. When Harry JACKSON retired form this office of prosecutor, the county board of supervisors passed the following resolution in appreciation of his services: “Whereas, at this time when Mr. Harry W. JACKSON is bringing to a close his work as Prosecuting Attorney of Muskegon County; this board desires to voice its deep appreciation of the services he has rendered Muskegon County during the eight years of his occupancy of that office, and “Whereas, we, the members of his board, who have been in close touch with county affairs during that time, realize that the tremendous increase in the work of the Prosecutor’s office and the vast changes in local conditions, has placed upon his shoulders work and responsibilities never before brought to the office, and the masterly manner in which he has handled the affairs of the office, the work he has given, the sacrifices he has made to duty, are all inspiring evidences of his true worth to the community. We bespeak for this board and we believe for those we represent, our highest commendation and warmest appreciation of the genuine service he has rendered not only to this board in his official capacity, but also to the County of Muskegon; “Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that we give Mr. JACKSON a rising vote of thanks at this time, it being the last meeting of the year and at the termination of his official duties for the county as Prosecuting Attorney, and that this resolution be placed upon our records and a copy sent to Mr. JACKSON by the County Clerk.” Source: “Historic Michigan”, George N. Fuller/ James L. Smith, (1925) Vol. III, pp.192-194 Submitted by Lisa Hoffius and Bill Moore Top of page
Elizabeth <elizjesse@sbcglobal.net>
Eaton Rapids, MI USA - Thursday, October 09, 2008 at 19:00:44 (EDT)
I am pretty well stuck with my family tree on the Jackson side with William J. Jackson (born abt 1830 in VA) married to Mary Elizabeth Collins (born in KY) I believe both were Indian. They had a son, John N. (Born 1858 in Ohio) John N. Married Mary E. Carter (1864 in IA). their son James A. Jackson (1888-1968) is my great Grandfather. He married Helen Ruth David and their son Ora Westly Jackson (1939-2005) is my grandfather. Any information you can give me on William and Mary Elizabeth would be great. Please send me an e-mail. Thanks!
Lori Lieurance <Loriloct18@yahoo.com>
TX USA - Monday, September 08, 2008 at 11:31:31 (EDT)
I don't know much about my family except that we came to TX from Joplin, MO and before that NY. I know my GG was Eli Jackson and that his father's name might have been Morris Jackson. Eli had 3 or 4 brothers (I have some good pictures). My fathers name is Edward Goodman Jackson Jr. Thanks for any help. Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson <andrewelijackson@gmail.com>
USA - Tuesday, August 26, 2008 at 11:10:37 (EDT)
Thank you for a very enjoyable reunion, Your work and dedication is appricated by this Jackson family. My family is mentioned several times in the 1922 thru 1940 notes of the Jackson Reunion noted is the 3 ring binder. How can I down load this info? Thanks again
Ron Jackson <rondonjackson@comcast.net>
Ocean City, MD USA - Tuesday, August 05, 2008 at 23:45:25 (EDT)
Looking for the Jackson's of Tuscarwas, OH and seen there from 1820's till about 1860 and are decended from Benjamin Jackson. My grandmother was the granddaughter of Harriet Newell Farris and Thomas Jefferson Jackson. Thomas son of Nancy Philson and Thomas Jackson, Thomas son of Benjamin.
Christopher Scott <chrs2fur@yahoo.com>
Detroit, MI USA - Sunday, July 20, 2008 at 22:48:08 (EDT)
I wonder if you are aware that your line's Jackson founder, John Jackson (1719-1801), husband of Elizabeth Cummins (married) in 1755, was from Duddington, England. His father was Thomas Jackson (b. Killenure, Ireland, who married Ann?). Thomas was the son of another Thomas(1656-1716) born in Clery, County Down, Ireland, died in Montrath, Ireland and married to a Dorothy Mason (1683-1713). That Thomas was the son of Richard Jackson (1626-1679), died at Rosenallis, Ireland, and who was wed to Margaret Keete !1650-1705), married at Carrickfergus in County Antrim, Ireland in 1650. Richard was a son of Sir Anthony Jackson (1599-1666), of Killingswoldgrave, East Riding, Yorkshire, England, who was in the service of King Charles II of England, and who is buried in the Temple Church of the Old Temple in Bloomsbury, London, England. In turn, Sir Anthony's mother, the wife of another Richard, (that one also as Sir) was named Ursula Hildyard. Ursula's ancestry can be traced back to and through King Edward I of England, and before him, back all the way to (through various branches) William the Conqueror, Alfred the Great of Wessex, Cerdic of the Saxons/Welsh (a possible alias for the legendary King Arthur)to Charlemagne, High King Brian Boru of Ireland, and all the way back to the Saxons in Germany at the time of the Romans. I share your ancestry to Sir Snthony, and am a diredt descendant of the brother of Sir Anthony's son and Richard Jackson's brother, also named Anthony. Anthony and his brother Richard were converted to Quakerism in the later 1600's at Eccleston in Lancashire by Edmundson and Fox, early followers of William Penn.
Bob Wilson <wilso127@yahoo.com>
Beaufort, SC USA - Friday, July 11, 2008 at 12:36:14 (EDT)
JULIA BECKWITH NEALE - I am a descendant of Julia's sister Margaret Neale, who married Alfred Johnson in Wood Co. about 1815. Does anyone out there know if there are any photos of Julia?
Kim Johnson <wvbanjo@suddenlink.net>
Clendenin, WV USA - Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 15:24:49 (EDT)
Since discovering my descendancy from Isaac Jackson (1665-1750) and Ann Evans, emigrants to Londongrove Township, PA from Ballitore, Ireland in 1725...and Isaac's ancestry back to his ancestor (Sir Richard Jackson (1570-1610) and his wife, Ursula Hildyard (1577-?)...and her ancestry back to King Edward I "Longshanks"...and Edward's ancestry back to Rollo, the first Viking Norman Duke in the 10th Century...it is possible to track back, through the various marriages or liaisons that come down to Ursula...all the way to 4th Century and before, origins in Saxony, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Gaul, etc., a lineage that even includes Charlemagne in the 9th Century and Alfred the Great 200 years before that. The data is before William the Conqueror (1066) may be suspect, but it certainly is interesting. The present weakest link in my ancestral chain is finding proof that my 2nd great-grandfather, THOMAS JACKSON, born in Canada in 1788, but who came back with his family to Chester County PA in 1799, is indeed the father of my ggreatfather John C. Jackson, born in about 1815 in Chester County.
Bob Wilson <wilso127@yahoo.com>
Beaufort, SC USA - Wednesday, July 02, 2008 at 08:30:45 (EDT)
I never knew my mothers father- there are two different family stories about what happened to him so... but his name was Johnathan Torcel Jackson, I did locate him on 1930 Census with my Grandmother and my Aunt in a South Texas- Willacy, County. I that report said his mother and father were from Oklahoma, and listed him born in Oregon, it also said he was born 1908. I knew from family stories that his mother was "full blood Cherokee", and that was corroberated be an amusing "how to feed the baby story" told by my grandmother. So Oklahoma fit pretty well as to a place of birth for his mother listed on that census report, but I had up until recently thought the Oregon thing was a mistake. But now, I have seen OBVIOUSLY several Jacksons having to do with Oregon. I don't remember his mothers name I've heard it, but I don't remember. As for his father, no real mention, his father was long dead to my understanding by 1928.THe family said he was some cousin to "Stonewall" Jackson, which I find interesting Given My grandfathers name of Johnathan T.(Torcel)Jackson. This could all be a coincedence. It is notable that my mother favored her father's side, she had high cheekbones, long jawline, and could look alot like pictures of "Stonewall Jackson", she was also notable tall 5ft 9inches, which other family had no clim to. My real question here is does anyone know anything of a Johnathan Torcel Jackson born abt 1908 in Oregon, with a Cherokee mother likely from Oklahoma. I want to find what actually happened to him and who his parents/Geneology were. Thanks for any input. Betty
Betty Agado <agadobetty@yahoo.com>
Harlingen, TX USA - Monday, June 30, 2008 at 13:49:27 (EDT)
I am the granddaughter of William Henry Jackson a (Projectionist, aviator,worked with cameras and radios)and Margaret Logue Jackson, William had a son Paul Jackson (died at sea 55 or 54)and maried Maraget logue and had 3 sons Richard, William Henry and Robert one daughter Harriet Josafine Jackson. I am looking for any information available about William Henry Jackson. I know he flown planes an aviator for the military and was in same air squadren as Charles Agustus Lindbergh during Pearl Habor (50 missions against the Japanese). Please contact me with any info, I am greatfull, Thank you!
Patricia Jean Jackson <blpatric4@aol.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Tuesday, June 24, 2008 at 18:32:52 (EDT)
I am doing some research and was trying to find the Obituary of Alice Lee Vance, is there a link for me to find date of death? Thanks a lot.
Melissa <romanwvu@yahoo.com>
Clarksburg, WV USA - Monday, June 23, 2008 at 15:59:37 (EDT)
I'm looking for parents/siblings of William Jackson, b abt 1815 in OH (from census). He married Elizabeth Case. They had 8 children with all but the last 2 being born in IL: Lavina J, James M., Permelia Ann, Sarah M., Elizabeth Emma, Charles Edward, George W, David Lafayette. The last 2 were born in MO. I do not know where he died or is buried. The 1850 census for Logan County, IL has the following Jackson's listed. I think this William is my William Jackson. I'm wondering if the other Jacksons are related to William, and if so, how. Dwelling 461, head of household: Samuel Rawlin (wife Rebecca), has as part of household: Charles D. Jackson, b abt 1825, OH Dwelling 468, head of household: D. M. Jackson (wife Hetty), b abt 1814, VA Dwelling 509, head of household: James Jackson (wife Amanda), b abt 1806, OH Dwelling 498, head of household: William Jackson (wife Elizabeth), b abt 1815, OH Dwelling 419, head of household: Jesse Jackson (wife Susannah), b abt 1805, OH Dwelling 517, head of household: William Powel (wife Nancy), has as part of household: John Jackson, b abt 1818, OH BTW--Sarah Jackson is my ggrandmother and Elizabeth Emma is my step-ggrandmother (she married my ggrandfather when Sarah died). They both married John Franklin Switzer. I'm willing to share what info I have. Thanks for any info. Martha Menzel (d/o Julia Ann (Switzer) Pennington who was the daughter of Arthur Clarence Switzer who was the son of Sarah (Jackson) Switzer who was the daughter of William Jackson)
Martha Menzel <menzelgen@sbcglobal.net>
Naperville, IL USA - Tuesday, June 17, 2008 at 19:18:40 (EDT)
I am looking For a Thomas Jackson he was born in Georgia about 1820. He married a Nancy Roddenberry on March 23, 1842. She was Born about 1824 Georgia. They Moved to either Wakulla or Leon County Florida if anyone can help me find either of them or a William Edward Davis born about March 1874 I would appreciate it. I can be reached via email at rlg0422@sbcglobal.net. Thank you.
Robin Goodman <rlg0422@sbcglobal.net>
Corsicana, TX USA - Wednesday, June 11, 2008 at 11:59:14 (EDT)
Hello, I'm searching for the parents of a George Washington Jackson who was born in April of 1849 in Buckhannon WV. It appears that this George Washington Jackson had at least two wives, and 6 children. His eldest son's name was Emery, who was born March 27, 1871. According to the 1880 census from Doddridge Co WV, George Washington Jackson was widowed and his house-hold included his three young sons (Emery 9, Irvin 8, & Enos 3) and his sister Elisabeth A. Jackson (19). It appears that he had three additional children, John b. 1885, Rachel b. 1887, & Blanch b. 1891 with his second wife Mary C Jackson. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Jamie Meeks <jamiemks313@aol.com>
Akron, OH USA - Saturday, May 31, 2008 at 23:50:25 (EDT)
My GGGG is James Jackson. Born in 1801/1802 in Hancock Co.,GA-raised in Green Co.,GA-Irish descent. If someone could help I'd be grateful! Christi
christi palmer <chrispalmer1341@sbcglobal.net>
wichita falls, texas USA - Saturday, May 31, 2008 at 17:14:40 (EDT)
I believe I descend from an ISAAC Jackson (1665-1751) of Oldcastle, Meath, County Wicklow, married to Ann Evans (1677-1731) through their son John 91712-1791), who was a presumed brother to the Isaac Jackson (1706) who died in Georgia in the late 18th Century. The first Isaac came to London Grove PA before 1751. He in turn was descended from an Anthony Jackson (1540-?) of Yorkshire from the latter's son Richard (?-1610), also of Yorkshire. Richard in turn was the father of Sir Anthony Jackson, a courtier and Herald at the restoration of Charles II of England. His son, Anthony Jackson Jr. (1628 until after 1681) was the father of the first Isaac, who came to London Grove PA as a Quaker settler, as noted above.
Bob Wilson <wilso127@yahoo.com>
Beaufort , SC USA - Friday, May 02, 2008 at 11:23:17 (EDT)
My grandfather, Timothy Salvanis Jackson, born 1884 Grand Cayman Island and came to Tampa Dec 1900 on the schooner Albatros. Worked as a longshoreman, supposedly killed in a dock accident in Baltimore around 1922. Married Jamie Cora Brown from Knoxville, TN. Marriage was in Tampa in 1910. Looking for any information upline from either. Robert Paul Jackson, Jr. - rangemaster@verizon.net
Robert Paul Jackson Jr <rangemaster@verizon.net>
Tampa, FL USA - Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 20:00:32 (EDT)
Seeking help to verify parentage in our genealogy info re John Jackson, Jr. b. 1783-4 in Culpepper WVA or Harrison County VA. Rode pony to Wilkes County,GA in 1799; m POLLY HAMMOCK there Aug. 12, 1800 (verified in county records). CHILDREN: WILLIAM P. b. 1803; THOMAS b.1805; EDWARD (NED)b. 1808; WILKINS b. 1810; LUCY b.1812;JOHN (MY GGG grandfather)b. Jan. 3, 1815; ANDREW b.1817; LEWIS b. 1820. All were born in WILKES CO. GA except LEWIS, born in JONES CO. GA. John, Jr. - father to these- was known as "SILVER" JACKSON because he demanded all payments to him be made in gold or silver. Any help is great!
Sandra Drake <sandramdrake@tx.rr.com>
Double Oak, tx USA - Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at 18:20:47 (EDT)
JOHN JACKSON - DAR? Has anyone applied for DAR through John Jackson Sr.? I have already done so with my Teter side and would like to do so with the Jackson side but unsure if John Sr. and/or Jr. were in the Rev. War and if they were what source was used. Thanks so much.
Claudine Harding <mom3477@yahoo.com>
Southbury, CT USA - Monday, March 17, 2008 at 18:39:25 (EDT)
Does anyone know if the decendants of William & Abigail Jackson (1760) from NC then Indiana have annual reunions? Would like to meet some of my cousins. drshmphry@yahoo.com
Doris Jackson Humphrey <drshmphry@yahoo.com>
Mo USA - Wednesday, March 12, 2008 at 00:34:18 (EDT)
are we related to thomas ireland jackson or william daniel jackson? they both died at the alamo
lowell wayne jackson <waynejackson@hotmail.com>
humble, tx USA - Friday, March 07, 2008 at 19:42:23 (EST)
I am trying locate info on a Joseph Spencer Jackson. His name might have been Joseph Ashley Jackson. Born April 29 1841 in Charleston, S.C.. He was in the Civil War. Left the US around 1866 and went to the Cayman Island. There he married a Charlotte Greenwood. He has three sons and one daughter. Joseph Spencer, Henry, Oliver and daughter Dora. I do Beleive that all of the kids where born in the Cayman's. I do know that they left the Cayman's and went Honduras. Any info on the first Joseph (from S.C.) would be very helpful.
michelle jackson <racemama@tampabay.rr.com>
st. petersburg , fl USA - Friday, February 29, 2008 at 09:06:20 (EST)
I am related to Eugenia Lafayette Jackson, who was born in Virginia abt.1825/1826, her mother Martha C.(Medley) Jackson, who was born in Virginia abt.1805, Halifax Co., Va. her father Isaac Medley. Martha C. Medley is suppose to have married James Jackson, they had the following children: Eugenia L. Jackson(married William H. Hunt 2nd. wife, Jackson,Tn.), Mary A. Jackson(married Thomas W. Gamewell,Tn.), Martha J. (Patty)Jackson(Francis(Frank) Gamewell,Tn and then Dr. Richard Lemuel Burt or Butt), Isaac (Ike) Jackson(married Sarah (Eliza) E. Miller),Tn. Killed in Civil War buried in Tn. brother Lafayette attended him before he died his name Lafayette Jackson. I am trying to locate information on James Jackson, he shows up in the 1820 census in Greensville, Virginia and then there is one in Halifax, Halifax Co.,North Carolina. The Medley family was from Halifax County also. I need alot of help on this Jackson family. My gggreat grandmother Eugenia Lafayette Jackson, is suppose to have attended school in Va. and came to Tn. and became a teacher in or near Jackson Tn., Where her husband William H. Hunt lived with his first wife and family, he married Eugenia 22 Dec. 1846 and died 1854. Eugenia L.Jackson Hunt's mother Martha C.(Medley) Jackson shows up in the census of Madison Co., Tn. 1850, 15th. District. then she shows up in Halifax Co.,Southern District,Virginia with her daughter Martha J. Gamewell and her two children. Martha C.(Medley)Jackson is not in 1870 census. Martha C.(Medley)Jackson is in her fathers will 1851, Halifax Co., Va as Martha C. Jackson. When Martha J. Gamewell married Dr. Richard Lemuel Burt or Butt it is noted in research that her father was suppose to have been James Jackson and her sons were the 4th. cousin of Gen. Stonewall Jackson. Is there anyone out there that could help me connect this Jackson family????? Thank you in advance for checking your research.
sharon yates <roseofhollyhill@cs.com>
USA - Sunday, February 24, 2008 at 09:08:42 (EST)
Dearborn County, Indiana: Seeking information on Amanda Jane Jackson, born January 16, 1826 in Dearborn County, Indiana. Attempting to locate name of parents or any siblings. One possible lead I have been following is that an Enoch Jackson, born abt 1810, also in Dearborn County, might possibly be her brother. Thanks all.
Larry Kane <lkane@elp.rr.com>
USA - Saturday, February 23, 2008 at 15:49:48 (EST)
NANNIE JACKSON BUTLER b 1864 Alabama d 1939? is my ancestor. She was interviewed by the "Ehion". She claims to be the great grand neice of Andrew Jackson. She also said her father was ROBERT MITCHELL JACKSON. He was supposedly a well known homesteader who went around setting up towns. She was a well known a a street salesperson on the streets of Memphis. She had a little tray she used to put dictionaries, children's books, etc to sell. She always put flowers on the statue of Pres Andrew Jackson on his birthday and the 4th of July. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Pam Davis <pam4kids@verizon.net>
Baltimore, Md USA - Saturday, February 23, 2008 at 15:47:40 (EST)
JACKSON'S OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA. Please help, I am not sure if I am in the right tree. My G-Grandfather b.5/28/1811 John J. Jackson - G-Grandmother Mary Jane Jackson b.1829. My Grandfather Frederick Warren Jackson- The John J. and Warren name make believe my family could be a fringe, but not sure. If anyone has any info I would be very grateful.
Doug Jackson <djackson@scg.biz>
Woodbridge, VA USA - Tuesday, February 05, 2008 at 11:13:05 (EST)
What is the PRINGLE TREE that is mentioned several times in the BRIGADE? I saw that the PRINGLES hold a branch of the JACKSON family tree, I'd like info on the PRINGLES. I am a descendant of ROBERT PRINGLE (b. 1873) and lived in Jackson and Putnam Counties in WV.
linda bolton <edwinbolton@bellsouth.net>
USA - Thursday, January 31, 2008 at 07:09:45 (EST)
Looking for any descendents of Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Edward Jackson, and Elizabeth Brake...She married Nicholas Lee Carpenter..Also would like any info, or a photo of her if any are know to exist..Love to trade info. Would be interested in any Jackson-Carpenter connection..Byron Carpenter, and Stokley Jacson fit into this Have some letters written in the 1920's along with some DAR app's from the 20's also With the Carpenter Jackson Connection..Thanks for any help..Tom Shaw Elizabeth "Eliza" b. 6 Apr. 1807 prob. Jackson's Mill, Harrison/now Lewis Co., (W)V; d. 22 Feb. 1849 Mt. Vernon, Marshall Co., IN; m. Nicholas Carpenter.
Tom Shaw <gallileo60@hotmail.com>
Texas City, TX. USA - Saturday, January 19, 2008 at 16:28:45 (EST)
My Gr-gr-gr-grandfather was Miles Jackson who was born in Va. ca. 1798. He went from Va. into N.Carolina, married had two daughters, his wife died, he then married Helena Simmons and they had Lemuel, Harriett, Andrew, Hamblin Manley. They were in Henry Co., Tn. ca. 1820, then by 1850 they were in Fulton (now Izard) County, Arkansas. Does anyone have any information on this Miles Jackson family? Thanks. Betty McCollum (betmac@centurytel.net)
Betty G. McCollum <betmac@centurytel.net>
Melbourne, Ar. USA - Sunday, January 06, 2008 at 15:08:11 (EST)
Did any of your Jacksons move to NC? I am looking for the parents of Loe(Lowe) Jackson born 1771, probably Wake Co. present day Granville Co., NC. I have 2 possible names for his father, Samuel and William. The time period I am interested in is 1700 to 1800. Thanks. Phyllis
Phyllis Mitchell Maher <pmitchell4328@sbcglobal.net>
The Colony, TX USA - Sunday, January 06, 2008 at 13:35:03 (EST)
I am researching the Bennett Family and have a website I'm working on http://www.geocities.com/bbennett1979/1979.html?1196433637183 I am looking for Bennett Photos especially of John Brannon & Ethel Claire. Thanks
Brandy Bennett <bbennett1979@yahoo.com>
Lusby, MD USA - Friday, November 30, 2007 at 09:50:13 (EST)
My Jackson line goes to Jerome (Gerome), b. Apr. 22, 1844, in Giles Co., TN, d. June 1, 1906, Lauderdale Co., AL. He married Sarah Josephine Evans Bell about 1871. Does anyone have any info on his parents (thought to be James A. & Mary Jackson)? I can find nothing prior to 1850.
Linda M. Evans <v_evans@bellsouth.net>
Raymond, MS USA - Thursday, November 29, 2007 at 14:19:10 (EST)
John Brannon Bennett & Ethel Claire Hayhurst Looking for information on this family.
D <angelwings10_99@yahoo.com.>
N. Canton, OH USA - Thursday, November 08, 2007 at 21:15:44 (EST)
I am interested in finding how to contact John M. Jackson he maintains the "Hughes River Omnibu" website but there is no way to contact him. I am a granddaughter of James Henry Dinnin and Alice Myrtle Thrash. I live on Dry Ridge, near the site of the California House and I have a million things I wish to discuss with him but don't know who to contact him. Please help???????
Dottie Belt Cornell <dottie_cornell@yahoo.com>
Petroleum, WV USA - Wednesday, October 24, 2007 at 08:15:27 (EDT)
I am trying to find a Jackson that may have been married to or adopted by a McDowell family. My brother Richard McDowell had his DNA done by familytreedna and they show two different Jackson that thier dna is a match to Richard. Neither of the Jackson men are aware of any of their ancestors being related to a McDowell. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who might shed some light of the findings. Thank you, Carol tadlock@ caroltadlock1227@aol.com .
Carol McDowell Tadlock <Caroltadlock1227@aol.com>
Whittier, CA USA - Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 16:33:35 (EDT)
Looking for any information on Churchwell Jackson Sr. Cannot seem to find any information on the women in our family and cannot got any further back that Churchwell Sr. Has anyone had any luck? thanks GStroop326@aol.com
Elizabeth Hanson <GStroop326@aol.com>
San Antonio, TX USA - Monday, September 10, 2007 at 11:21:51 (EDT)
im looking for warren jackson. lived in sampson county north carolina and later moved to washington county ga. had a son by the name of john who was born around 1810 and married a martha from north carolina who also was born around 1810 or 1811. looking for martha's last name been told it is screws but have no proof this is tru.
joan jackson holmes <joanreneeholmes@yahoo.com>
dublin, ga USA - Saturday, August 25, 2007 at 09:21:04 (EDT)
My ancestor is Mary Slaughter . . . she married Jacob Brake. I'm not certain how she was connected to the Jackson family though. If anyone has her as an ancestor too, please contact me ASAP. Thier daughter, Leah Ann Brake was my 4th great grandmother. Thanks.
Joyce Snell <snell64@earthlink.net>
USA - Thursday, August 23, 2007 at 18:44:05 (EDT)
I am trying to comfirm a claim by a Mrs. Lura Jackson Crapsey (b. 1826) that she was a cousin to Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. She is listed as the daughter of Joshua Jackson (b.1774) and Elsie Rounds. She was married first to Nelson Peck, and then to John Crapsey in 1853. Any assistance would be appreciated.
Michael Kirchmeier <michaelkirchmeier@yahoo.com>
Windom, MN USA - Thursday, August 16, 2007 at 12:10:58 (EDT)
I will be visiting the Upshur County WV area next weekend and am interested in visiting the graves of my ancestors, Henry Jackson (1774-1852) and his second wife, Elizabeth Shreeves (1814-1887), as well as their son (also my ancestor), Samuel Dexter Jackson (1838-1911) and his wife, Martha Marple (1846-?). The information I have states that they are all buried in Jackson Family Cemetery in Upshur County, WV. I have no idea where this cemetery is (or even if it is completely accurate). If anyone has the name of the cemeteries they are buried in (or directions), please e-mail me. Thanks!
John Brown <johnnyb325@aol.com>
Harriman, TN USA - Sunday, July 29, 2007 at 00:42:07 (EDT)
I would appreciate any information anyone has on the following Jacksons: • Johnnie Robert Jackson born Dec. 28, 1890, died April 15, 1970 in Richmond, married March 11 1932 to Lucy Jane Martin. Lucy Jane Martin is given with an IGI link, but the link does not show her marriage. http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=42802015 • John Wesley Jackson b Jan. 18, 1869, married November 20, 1889 to Mary Elizabeth Salmon. • Joseph Randle Jackson born April 28, 1840 in North Carolina, died Sept. 3, 1913 in Richmond, married Oct 13, 1867 to Nancy Caroline Bruton. • John Wesley Jackson married Christine.
James A (Andy) Jackson <jaj35047@earthlink.net>
Orange County, VA USA - Wednesday, June 20, 2007 at 19:07:50 (EDT)
I am seeking information on my GGGF Isaac N. Jackson and his father, Thomas Jackson. I have some background information on Isaac N. but know little about Thomas Jackson. Both are located in Hawkins County TN (Cumberland Gap). I know Thomas indicated on one U.S. Census that he was born in NC and his parents were born in VA (at that time WVA was considered VA). Thomas was born btwn 1807 and 1816 (on the Census), his grave stone indicates he was born 22 Jan 1816 and died May 1888. Thomas married a Phoebe (last named beleived to be Hicks). I would appreciate any information regarding the identity and location of Thomas's parents.
Andy Jackson <jaj35047@earthlink.net>
Orange County, VA USA - Wednesday, June 20, 2007 at 08:33:15 (EDT)
From: VMI Archives To: Jeanne Duckworth Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 9:06 AM Subject: RE: Stonewall's Ancestry Thank you for your inquiry. The definitive book on Jackson genealogy does not contain the family line you outlined in your message. Author Jackson, Nancy Ann, 1932- Title Colonel Edward Jackson, 1759-1828, Revolutionary soldier / compiled by Nancy Ann Jackson, Linda Brake Meyers ; sketches by Linda Brake Meyers. Publisher info Franklin, NC : Genealogy Pub. Service, c1995. The best website for Jackson genealogy is located at http://www.eg.bucknell.edu/~hyde/jackson/ You may want to post your query on the message board there. Diane B. Jacob Head, Archives & Records Management Preston Library Virginia Military Institute Lexington, VA 24450 http://www.vmi.edu/archives Voice: 540-464-7566 Fax: 540-464-7089 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From: Jeanne Duckworth [mailto:Jduck@cebridge.net] Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 2:38 PM To: Jacob, Diane Cc: Sandra Jean Grisham Subject: Stonewall's Ancestry Dear COL Diane B. Jacob, My Dad, my brother and I are evidently (according to my grandmother and grandfather's Bible that includes a family tree) distant cousins to Stonewall Jackson. My grandfather Vaughn Isaac Grisham (deceased) wrote in his Bible that my grandmother Ethelyn Margaret Cooper Hensley Grisham (deceased) is related to General Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson. My Dad (William Vaughn Grisham) currently has this family Bible where it shows that his grandmother was Inez Gilder Cooper-Hensley whose mother was Sally Rabe Gilder whose parent's were Jim Rabe and Mellise Jackson. Next to Mellise Jackson my grandfather wrote "1st cousin to Gen. Stonewall Jackson". My name is Jeanne Lynn Grisham (Duckworth). My Dad is William Vaughn Grisham whose mother is Etheyn Margaret Cooper Hensley Grisham (shown above) whose mother was Inez Gilder Cooper (Hensley, Couch) whose mother was Sally Rabe Gilder who married Amos P. Gilder. It was Sally Rabe Gilder's father (Jim Rabe) who married Mellise Jackson. The only problem we are having is that we do not see Mellise Jackson under any of Stonewall Jackson's archives? I am looking for some concrete evidence that General Jackson is a distant cousin. My Dad, my brother, his daughters, my son and I would without a doubt be proud to be related to such a fine person as General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson! I could possibly join the Daughter's of the Republic, etc., even though I know he is saposed to be a distant cousin? I find it interesting that my grandfather and grandmother recorded this in the family Bible. Would you have a few minutes to suggest as to where we can begin and is there any way you could run some type of a query on this for us or forward this email to someone who may have explicit records that could explain my grandfather's notes in his bible regarding my grandmother's family tree? I would greatly appreciate any information/guidance that you could give to us. With sincerity, Jeanne Lynn Grisham Duckworth P.S. Perhaps my son could be honored to attend the Virginia Military Institute one day. We all have a great sense of humor so I am laughing (the general is probably laughing.....) even though my son (16) does have an interest he says in the military after college!
Jeanne Lynn Grisham Duckworth <Jduck@cebridge.net>
Kingwood, TX USA - Tuesday, June 05, 2007 at 14:00:44 (EDT)
I made a mistake,sorry. Elias was not the son of Jacob,but was the grandson of Jacob Nester. Sorry ! - Jody
Jody Jackson Lawrence <Jody320@aol.com>
Niles, Oh USA - Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 15:45:37 (EDT)
Sorry I forgot to put down the dates when Andrew and Emma died. Andrew d 22 Feb 1922 in Terra Alta ,and is buried in the Terra Alta Cemetary along with his wife Emma who died 02 March 1943 in Morgantown,WV. I would also like to ask why isn't Elias Nestor listed as a child of Jacob's in Don Norman's files? I have tried to ask Don, but I haven't gotten any replys. What has heppened to all the files now? - Jody
Jody Jackson Lawrence <Jody320@aol.com>
Niles, Oh USA - Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 07:11:34 (EDT)
Well I am back, I have read every query that has been posted, and I sent many many e-mails,and I have been searching ,and researching and I still have not found anyone who has been able to help me. I do realize that the Jackson name is so very popular,and that everybody and their brother had to name each generation after the one before them, but I am going to try again and see if anyone might be able to help me. My GGGGrandfather was a Samuel Jackson; his son's name was Andrew C. Jackson supposedly born in Terra Alta, Preston Co. WV on 30 Dec.1835. Andrew was a farmer who married Emma Elizabeth(Emily) Nestor,b 01 Dec.1844 also in Terra Alta,WV. Emma was the daughter of Elias Nester and Anna Goff,She was the Granddaughter of David Nester b.1790 MD, d.1866 Barbour Co.WV. and Elizabeth Cox b.1795 Frederick Co.MD d.1831 Barbour Co.WV .Emma was the Great Granddaughter of Jacob Nester b.1761 d.1844, and Maria Magdalena Durr b.1764 d.1826....Andrew and Emma(Nestor)Jackson were married in 1868 in St George Tucker WV. They had 9 children; all which were born in Terra Alta,Preston,WV. 1. Annie Jane b.1869 d.1872 2. Elias Franklin b.1871 d.1872 3. Charles Wesley Jackson b.1873 d. 1931 Charles m.Nora E.Rhodes b.1877 d.1950 they had at least 2 sons;Harry W. and Chester b. abt 1920. Charles was killed in an accident at work. 4. Catherine Matilda Jackson b.1874 she was married 3 times; 1st. John McWilliams b.1832 had a daughter Eva McWilliams. 2nd. Charles T. Hull, 4 children; Maud Hull,Henry W.Hull b.1904,Rosella M Hull b.1907, and Charles F.Hull b. 1909 d.1995. 3rd. Don Shaffer b. 1870. Catherine was referred to by relatives as Aunt Tillie,and she supposedly died in WV in Feb.1966. 5.Rhonda Elizabeth Jackson b 1877 d.1956 m.Oscar Franklin Forquer b.1871 d.1961; 9 children listed- a. Gilbert Ray, b. Vona I, c. Emma b.1896, d.John Wesley II b..1898, e.Wilbur b.1902, f. Russell Virgil b.1905 d.1928 g. Cora A b.1907 h. Clara Etta b. 1910, Robert Derwood b.1918. 6. Mintie Susan Jackson b.1880 d.1960 in Oklahoma m.11 apr 1901 to Joseph Ira Otis Wright b.1882 d.1968,they had abt 10 children; one a daughter; Opal Elizabeth Jane Wright m. James Louis Polk. 7.Leonard Andrew Jackson b.1882 m.Lena Rose Loughrie; (b.1888) on 24 May 1908, they had 9 children; a.Emil Wesley b 1910, b.Leroy Lenard b.1912, c. John Arthur b.1913,d. Guy Thacker b.1914 d.1981, e.William James b. 1917 d.1956, f.James Richard b. 1919, g. Lough Allison b.1920, h.Freeman B.K. b.1924. I don't know when Leonard Andrew Jackson died. 8. Florence Effie Jackson- ( My GGrandmother) b. 1885 d. 1976 in Akron,Summit CO.Ohio. Florence was married 3 times possibly 4. Possible 1st marriage abt 1907 to her son David's Father who was supposedly a Jackson. David was her only natural born child. Husband 2. Homer Reed b.1875 d.1918 m.02 Feb 1918 in Oakland MD by Rev WM Schultz 3.Dorsey Lawerence Adams b1884 d.1926 m. 16 Dec. 1918 in Oakland MD by Rev Wm Schultz. 4. Thomas H.Jemkins b 1869 in NY,d 1936 m. in Oakland Md,by Rev.Wm Schultz. 9. Daniel Henry Jackson b.1888 d.1969 m.1908 to Edith M.Funk b.1893 d.1972.They had 4 children; Lawrence, Malinda B,b.1913,Walter Ralph b. 1914 d.1996,and Mary Elizabeth b. 1922 d.1990. David Andrew Jackson Sr was my Grandfather; He was born near Terra Alta WV, 17 March 1905-6. David married Eva Canfield (Lake) they had a son David Jr who was born 16 March 1929 in Booth WV., David Jr died 02 Dec.1950,after being pushed off a train while serving in the military;he was on his way home from Germany. David and Eva divorced and David married again in 1937 to Elizabeth Marie Ritteger, they had 3 children ; John (Jack) David Jackson (my Father)b.1939 In Youngstown,Mahoning Co.Ohio. Thomas Edward Jackson b.1940, and Mary Elizabeth Jackson b.1942. PLEASE IF YOU ARE RELATED TO ME,OR HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF OUR JACKSON CONNECTION TO STONEWALL OR PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON,PLEASE E-MAIL ME @ JODY320@AOL.COM Thank-you!!
Jody Jackson Lawrence <Jody320@aol.com>
Niles, Oh USA - Tuesday, May 22, 2007 at 23:02:43 (EDT)
Does anyone know the identity of our Jackson patriarch`s parents and grandparents. The patriarch being Richard Jackson, b. 1505 Killingswold Grove,Yorkshire, England and father of Sir Anthony Jackson, born at the same location in 1535. Thankyou in advance. D.E.Jackson Sr. aka Lionhearts.
Lionhearts <Lionhearts@infowest.com>
Cedar City, Utah USA - Wednesday, May 09, 2007 at 09:22:37 (EDT)
I am trying to find out the name of my great great grandfather Rueben Jackson and where in NC he was born. Here's what I know. Rueben was born in NC on 8 Jan 1808 and died Oct 1873 in Madison Co,IL. He moved to Macoupin County, IL in 1826. He may have stopped in TN prior to moving to IL. He voted in 1829 in Macoupin County along with an Aaron and Samuel Jackson. On 11 Oct 1829 he married Sarah Tatum, b. 10 Nov 1806, in Madison County, IL. In the 1860 Omphghent Township, Madison County, IL census Rueben is listed with his wife Sarah and children Phillip, James, Charles, William and Catharine. Also a Sarah Jackson age 94 is listed. Andrew his oldest son is listed separate with his family. Any assistance or clues will be helpful. Thanks. John R. Jackson 706 Herford Court Odessa, MO 64076
John R. Jackson <jacks4@aol.com>
Odessa, MO USA - Tuesday, May 08, 2007 at 13:09:13 (EDT)
My great grandmother was Janie Miller Jackson, born 7/14/63, died 5/22/15. Married to Clarence H. Wells. My grandmother always told us we were descendents of Stonewall. Can you help me research this? Thanks so much, Sherry Pickett
Sherry Pickett <stkcpa@bellsouth.net>
Saint Simons Island, GA USA - Monday, April 23, 2007 at 18:47:30 (EDT)
I am searching for my mothers ancestors... I dont have much information but anyone that may have any links to Fannie Jackson born in one of the Corolina's in March of 1938, her mothers maiden name (to my knowledge) is Vera Jackson..NOTE* Vera's Last name may be something other than Jackson but most likely it's "Jackson". Vera died when Fannie was very young perhaps around the age of 9. Fannie also has two sons that didn't grow up with her, these names could have been change because Fannie would have been a very very young mother. The names that were given at birth were Edward and Minus (Jackson)???...Futhermore... Fannie had a grandmother who's name is Daliah Jackson, and her father or grandfather's name is William. Anyone with any information please email me ASAP. The states that are associated are the Corolina's.
Jeanette Jackson <jeanette_jackson1938@yahoo.com>
Chicago, IL USA - Thursday, April 12, 2007 at 14:28:09 (EDT)
would like info on Haywood Jackson, born 1830 in Clay Co, Ky, married Roena Hubbard, 1849, he is my great,great,grandfather, we cannot find who his parents were and where they came from. thanks
sharon jackson alsip <alsips@earthlink.net>
mason, oh USA - Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 19:06:52 (EDT)
I have been told by my parents that I am a descendant of Stonewall Jackson from both sides of my family. How would I find a complete extended genealogy to prove this claim. I apologize if this query is not used for this manner. Thank you, David Jackson Overman
david jackson overman <david.overman@providence.org>
vancouver, wa USA - Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at 23:52:19 (EDT)
I'm still looking for the parents of Josiah/Joseph Davis, husband of Sophia Jackson (daughter of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins). Josiah was born May 9, 1757, but I don't know where; died Oct 8, 1832. He married Sophia Jackson about 1785; she was born Sept 22, 1763 Howards Lick, Hardy Co., (W)V. and died Mar 10, 1836 Turkey Run, Upshur Co., (W)V. Any info would be greatly appreciated; Josiah and Sophia are my 4th great-grandparents.
George R. Perkins <perking812@comcast.net>
Tallahassee, FL USA - Thursday, March 08, 2007 at 21:49:08 (EST)
Expecting a new grandbaby soon, we are researching old family names. I was told by a family member that my grandmother's great grandaddy was Warren Jackson, brother of Stonewall Jackson. However, the only info I have found indicates that Warren ever had children. I find entries that he died at the age of 20 from tuberculosis. Did Warren have a son named Alan Jackson. Supposedly, Alan is my grandmother's grandfather. Thanks, very curious to find out.
Annie Glover <ajglover@southeasterntech.edu>
Soperton, GA USA - Wednesday, March 07, 2007 at 16:50:14 (EST)
Sorry about the last. My great great grandfather that was in the Civil War was Henry Jackson, not Harry. Sorry for the problem.
Brian M. Jackson <disp9116@yahoo.com>
Bear, DE USA - Friday, March 02, 2007 at 03:27:25 (EST)
Does anyone have any information on the Jacksons of Cecil County Maryland or where I might be able to find anything on them. My grandfather was Charles Jackson, his father was William Jackson Sr. and his great grandfather was in the Maryland B Battery in the Civil War. My grandfather married Ruth Mamie Cosner Jackson of West Virginia. I have ran into a brick wall after finding out about Harry Jackson whom was in the Civil War. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Brian M. Jackson <disp9116@yahoo.com>
Bear, DE USA - Friday, March 02, 2007 at 03:20:35 (EST)
I am looking for a Joesph robert Jackson, that was suppose to be born in Mcdowell Co, WV. around 1907. he had a sister named Viola, she married Simon Thompson. they lived in Madison WV. they had a lumber company in WV. at one time i think that it was called Carolina. they sold it to Simon thompsom nephew. i do not know the name of it any more. he also had a brother named Harry Jackson , that was married to Emma & had one son Freddy. they had a post office in Clothier, WV. Robert Jackson was in the army probably around 1923 or 25- he got out of the army & Married , i do not know her name. he had two son's one is named Robert but they call him bobby, i don't know the other son's name. he also had a daughter named Ellen. Robert jackson left there & came to MIngo Co. Married Edna Perkins around 1946 in Pikeville KY. they had 5 kids. Robert, Mickey, Frances, Gaytha, Ada Jean, & I the oldest. Joann, was his stepdaughter. he had another brother named Charles & called him Chuck, he worked at Sears & Roebuck. I think in Charleston, WV. he also had sister's, named Glady, Mae, that lived around Charleston, WV. his son Bob, or Bobby, lives in Tampa, FL. if any one out there knows any thing about this family, please let me know. Joann Taylor, Carlsbad NM. 88220
joann taylor <jztaylor@mywdo.com>
carlsbad, NM USA - Sunday, February 25, 2007 at 13:34:32 (EST)
I have a geneological question for the Jackson Clan. Do you have a relative named Thomas Jefferson Jackson from Virginia? My family used to know this individual who said he was a direct descendant of Thomas Jonathan Jackson. I must admit that T.J. looked a awful lot likw Stonewall from the pics I've seen of the general. The facial structure was just like the general's, only a longer face. We have not seen T.J. in years because of a family crisis involving his daughter. I can't get over the resemblance between the two mwn.
Judy Nuckols <judyannpars@yahoo.com>
Bedfrod, Va USA - Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 22:29:30 (EST)
Can anyone help me with history on ROLEY JACKSON, born 1791? He is my ggg grandfather. He came to Wayne County Illinois from Ohio County Kentucky. His wife, Margaret Peggy Carter was a daughter of William Carter. He was born in 1760. Thanks. jphilips@midwest.net
Joe Phillips <jphillips@midwest.net>
Fairfield, Illinois USA - Monday, January 01, 2007 at 19:33:24 (EST)
I am a descendent of John Jr. & Rebecca Hadden to Edward H. & Rebecca Love to Isaac P. Teter & Rebecca Ann Jackson. I am interested in applying to DAR. I have come across info that states John Sr. was in the Rev. war as liuetenant but then was told he only gave supplies. Has anyone applied through Edward H or John Jr. that may be willing to point me in the direction of obtaining the source links that I need?
Claudine Harding <mom3477@yahoo.com>
CT USA - Friday, December 29, 2006 at 11:35:07 (EST)
I'm looking for info about Harry Eugene Jackson, father of Robert Allen Jackson, who was my grandfather. He was born in 1896. I know his mother's name was Harriet, and family lore says that she was part Native American. So far I don't know my gg grandfather's name or Harriet's maiden name. Harry married Clara Schmitt and had two children, Robert and Harry William Jackson. I'm pretty sure that he also had a sister Grace and a brother Allen. That's about it in things that I've tracked down, I don't know dates or anything else. I'd like to know more about these people if possible and further back. Please contact me!!!! Thank you!!
April McDonald <apryldawn1979@yahoo.com>
LaSalle, IL USA - Wednesday, December 27, 2006 at 02:47:00 (EST)
I am a descendant of Landon and John Carter of VA. Living in the hosuehold of my gggrandfather Landon and Ann Eliza(beth) Tripplett Carter in 1850 census was Thomas W. NEALE, Daingerfield Fauntleroy NEALE, Emily L. NEALE, Betsy M. NEALE. They are the children of Ann's siter Catherine Mary Triplett who m. William Van Dyke NEALE. I know that Stonewall Jackson's mother was Julia Beckwith NEALE. They too are intertwined in the Carter family. Do these names sound familar to anyone? I'm trying to find out how my NEALE's are related to Julia Bekwith NEALE, both in the Carter family . Any info would be greatly appreciated i dey maga good work mugu good work.
jomugu <jomugu@yahoo.com>
london, uk USA - Tuesday, October 03, 2006 at 18:26:06 (EDT)
I'm looking for the Jackson family that came from Scottland around the late 1600. My ggrandfather William Andrew(Bill)and Thomas Jackson were born Va abt the 1820 are earler They left and went to Tx in the 1850. They were Bufflo hunter and rode with Bufflo Bill Cody when he contracted with the railroad to feed the workers. He then returned to Va. and Married Katherine ? Born1-13-1852 D.4-26-1913 In Sterling City Tx. They Had 2 boys James Andrew Jackson b.1869 d.1944 in Sedona Az. and Newt who I have know information on. James was my grandfather His first wife was Jeannie ? b 1-18-1870 d 4-3-1904 He then remarried in 1907 Unice Stevphens from Dalls Tx. There were 5 childern in the first marriage They are:Randle, Jesses, Tom, Reeder and Ethel. The Second family there are 6 childern: Frank, James Edmond.Kate,Louise Callie (Mary) and Andy. If any one has any information on this Jackson family I sure would appreicate any help Thank You Dottie Jackson Apache Jct. Az
Dottie Jackson <dljbrand@gmail.com>
Apache Jct., Az USA - Sunday, October 01, 2006 at 18:16:02 (EDT)
I am trying to track the father of Joseph E. Jackson, born 1828 in Tennessee, died in Oregon. He came across the Oregon Trail with his wife Jane and 4 young children. His daughter, Mary wrote an essay at age 61 in 1918 regarding the walk across from Arkansas. I believe he came with other family members. I have no clue to his father's name. Rumors are that they were related to "Stonewall". Sometimes these rumors pan out. Please reply to lanzini@hughes.net
Lori Godsey Anzini <lanzini@hughes.net>
Alderpoint, CA USA - Sunday, September 17, 2006 at 15:09:06 (EDT)
I am looking for parents of Abraham Jackson, b abt 1847. In the 1880 MO Census in Saline Co., Cambridge Twp., he is listed (33) with wife Sarah E. (Couch)(36), children Sarah C. (9), Thomas H. (2), and Sarah's children, Nettie Lister (11), Maggie Lister (10), and Samuel F. Lister (6). The next connection I could make to him was when I found Nettie married to Henry Cazzell in the 1900 KS Census in Empire City Twp., Cherokee Co. Three Jackson children are listed as Nettie's siblings. Fannie Jackson (b Aug 1881)(18), Otto Jackson (b Feb 1887)(13), and Robie Jackson (b Apr 1884)(16). "Robie" is my great grandfather and through my great-aunts and wonderful assistance from http://members.tripod.com/~JerryFlynn/index.html (and Bill Couch from Couchgenweb.com) I have more information and pictures of Nettie Cazzell and Fannie Jackson now. Incidentally, Otto Jackson moved back in with Henry and Nettie (in the 1920 Census Neodesha, Wilson Co., KS), with his daughter Glyda, and they were running a restaurant together out of the home. I know Abraham and Sarah probably died between (Otto's birth) Feb 1887 - 18 Jun 1900 (the day the 1900 census was taken in Cherokee Co). From the ages of the children in the 1880 MO Census, I have to assume that at least Sarah C. Jackson was from a previous marriage, not a child of Sarah E. (Couch) Jackson. This is all that I have on Abraham. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Shari Koehn <MeyeresKoehn@gmail.com>
Ames, IA USA - Friday, September 15, 2006 at 01:00:14 (EDT)
Does anyone have Horatio Nelson Jackson in their line or know of his family history? He drove the first automobile across the US.
Juliann Lumpkin <jlump@windstream.net>
Covington, Tx USA - Saturday, September 02, 2006 at 22:21:43 (EDT)
Does anyone have Horatio Nelson Jackson in their line or know of his family history? He drove the first automobile across the US.
Juliann Lumpkin <jlump@windstream.net>
Covington, Tx USA - Saturday, September 02, 2006 at 22:03:22 (EDT)
I am researching Martha Ann Livingston, daughter of Martha Jackson and Stephen Livingston (m. abt. 1812) of Kentucky. Martha Ann (born about 1827) claimed to be a second cousin of Stonewall Jackson. Do you have any information that would help me sort this out?
Rose Ann Findlen <rfindlen@tds.net>
Madison, WI USA - Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at 17:19:41 (EDT)
I am looking for Lewis Jackson of Charlotte Co. VA - born ABT; 1740. He died in 1795 without a will. Court records state there were three children (1)Frances Jackson, who intermarried with George Jenning.(2)Lewis and (3)Ralph who chose Elijah Clark as their Gaurdian, also gaurdian to Frances. Mary Jackson Married Elijah Clark on 06 Dec 1784 Charlotte Co. VA. By any chance has anyone been to the Library of Virginia and retreived a copy of Lewis Jackson's estate or probate record that may show more about him and his offspring Mary J.Clark, Frances J.Jennings,Lewis Jackson and Ralph Jackson who married Mary Harvey in 1804. Please E-mail me as I always love to hear from any Jackson decendant.I need the actual record for my files. Libr.of VA.Charlotte co. wills/admistration 1765-1800 p.69a70a.inv.&app.rec. 6 jul 1795. If I get there first I'LL gladly share.
Jackson <lilxcentric2@yahoo.com>
VA USA - Wednesday, August 02, 2006 at 12:15:58 (EDT)
JACKSON/MINKLER: Looking for any info. John or Jack married Vitalis Minkler. My info is pitiful. My mom is not sure if his name was Jack or if that was a nickname. She lost her mom as a child and grew up as a ward of the state in Vermont. Her father was originally from VA we think. Do not know where Vitalis is from originally. We do know that it was a second marriage and Vitalis was his step-daughter before she was his wife. Both John & Vitalis died in Vermont. Any info would be appreciated as I keep hitting walls. Thanks Laurie-- wytedragn@sbcglobal.net
LAURIE A. POULIN <wytedragn@sbcglobal.net>
PLAINFIELD, CT United States - Tuesday, August 01, 2006 at 13:25:54 (EDT)
I am researching Stephen Jackson B Tenn., between 1808-1010 Tennessee. Parents according to Texas census B. Illinois. Stephen married Lucinda Burch Hale Around 1770, probably died after 1880 Texas and 1877, I am guessing. Would like to know if any info out there on stephen,my ggrandfather. ja
nila greene <jgreene.rn@verizon.net>
azle, tx USA - Friday, July 14, 2006 at 21:09:41 (EDT)
Looking for info about JOSIAH JACKSON b.abt 1800 North Carolina, d.1895 Meriweather cty, Ga. He m. REBECCA ELIZABETH BYARS, B.1813 Ga. Children: JOEL WASHINGTON JACKSON(my family line) b.1849, WILLIAM JACKSON, b.1842,and MARTHA JACKSON, b.1844. We cannot find birth records in NC for JOSIAH and are looking for his parents. Barbara Healy,hugamac@yahoo.com
Barbara Healy <hugamac@yahoo.com>
Crawford, Ga USA - Sunday, July 09, 2006 at 20:01:14 (EDT)
I am a ggggranddaughter of John B. "Humpy" Jackson, b abt 1813 in TN, lived in Arkansas, moved to San Saba County, TX, then to Menard County, TX, d 1890 in Menard, TX. We do not know who his parents were. There is spectulation, but no proof. My youngest brother has done the FTDNA test, but so far we have not had a close match. PLEASE, ANY JACKSON MALE WITH JACKSON SURNAME CONSIDER TAKING THE DNA TEST, PREFER OLDEST IN FAMILY, BUT NOT REQUIRED. All of your questions might be answered! YOU ALL NEED TO CHECK OUT THIS GREAT WEBSITE! http://www.jacksonfamilygenealogy.com/ This website may help with your research! Joyce Dobler joyce@doblers.com
Joyce Dobler <joyce@doblers.com>
Scottsdale, AZ USA - Saturday, July 08, 2006 at 22:07:49 (EDT)
I am trying to find parents of Susannah Jackson born about 1765 and married Isaac Bullin about 1784 in henry county va. They lived in stokes co nc. and some of their children went to tenn. There waas a Henry Jackson born about 1761, probably her brother in stokes about 1814.I have hit a brick wall on both these. If anyone can help I would sure appreciate it. Thank-you very much.
vicki Boatwright <vwbtwght@yahoo.com>
mayodan, nc USA - Thursday, July 06, 2006 at 10:24:14 (EDT)
My grandfather, Noble Jackson Schmidt had a maternal grandfather, John K. Jackson (born approx 1860), who told him that he was kin to President Andrew Jackson and had been raised at the Hermitage. Noble's father married John K. Jackson's daughter, Isalena Jackson, and they lived in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Now, President Jackson had no natural children. His adopted son, Andrew Jr (really Rachel Jackson's nephew) did have children, but none of them had a son named John K. Jackson. Does anyone know anything about my great-great grandfather John K. Jackson?
Jackson Schmidt <jacksonschmidt@pjcs.com>
Seattle, WA USA - Sunday, June 11, 2006 at 17:28:01 (EDT)
I am seeking information on Thomas JACKSON, possibly a descendant of John JACKSON and Elizabeth CUMMINS. I have the following information on Thomas: Born c. 1833 in PA (per census records) Stated on the 1880 Cabell Co., WV census that his parents were born in MD. Married Mary LOVE, d/o Robert LOVE and Hannah WESTFALL on 30 January 1855 in Meigs Co., OH. They lived in the following areas: 1860 listed on the Salem Township, Meigs Co., OH census (listed next to a H. Jackson, 29, b. PA, wife Anny,25 and children Thomas, 5; Betsey, 2; and Margaret, 1) Both men listed occupations as carpenters, possibly brothers? 1870 listed on the Rutland Township, Meigs Co., OH census. 1880 listed on the Cabell Co., WV census. They had the following children: Amanda, b.1857 in OH Lucinda Clarissa, b.1858 in Rutledge, Meigs Co., OH, married Thomas Jones ANGLIN 18 October 1833 in Cabell Co., VA (these are my ancestors) Margaret A., b.1859 in Meigs Co., OH Lewis L., b. 10 April 1861 in Meigs Co., OH Hannah, b.1863 in OH Milo (aka Henry M.), b.1867 in OH Information on Mary LOVE: Daughter of Robert LOVE and Hannah WESTFALL b. 1826 in VA (per census info) Information on Robert LOVE: Son of William LOVE and Winford CARNEY. Brother of Rebecca LOVE who married Edward Hadden JACKSON. Married Hannah WESTFALL, d/o Joel WESTFALL and Elizabeth WHITE, February 1823. The marriage bond for this marriage was made on 11 February 1823 between Robert LOVE and E. H. JACKSON, signed by Robert LOVE and Edward H. JACKSON. The consent letter was written 10 February 1823 signed by Hannah's father Joel and witnessed by Edward H. JACKSON and Jacob J. JACKSON. I reason to believe from the above association with the JACKSON family and the fact that Thomas JACKSON's parents were born in MD that he is somehow related to John JACKSON and Elizabeth CUMMINS. If anyone has any information on Thomas I would appreciate hearing from you.
Betsy Jo Jones <nixe@bright.net>
USA - Monday, June 05, 2006 at 11:12:45 (EDT)
Looking for any descendents of Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Edward Jackson, and Elizabeth Brake...She married Nicholas Lee Carpenter..Also would like any info, or a photo of her if any are know to exist..Love to trade info. Would be interested in any Jackson-Carpenter connection..Byron Carpenter, and Stokley Jacson fit into this Have some letters written in the 1920's along with some DAR app's from the 20's also With the Carpenter Jackson Connection..Thanks for any help..Tom Shaw
Thomas Walter Shaw <gallileo60@hotmail.com>
Texas City, TX USA - Wednesday, May 24, 2006 at 19:13:10 (EDT)
I am trying to get info on Preston Jackson SR I am not sure if he was from the Winchester, KY area or if he was from AL, IN, North Carolina or elsewhere all I do know is he was married to Mildred eldridge Jackson and that she resided for years in the Winchester, KY area. I do not know where Preston SR died but I would like to find out all I can about this family as they are my grandparents. If you have ant info please get back to me . Thank you. Sarah
sarah kendra <sarahkndra5@netzero.net>
Lake City, PA USA - Saturday, May 20, 2006 at 13:05:04 (EDT)
I am related to the Jackson family line, as well as a Norweigian background. My dad has traced our family back a LONG ways, and I can help out anyone who I "might be" related to! Email me your questions/info, and I will see if we are of any relation! :)
Rebecka Jackson <beck18york1@yahoo.com>
Dallas, Tx USA - Friday, May 19, 2006 at 10:55:56 (EDT)
I recently posted what I knew about my family of Jackson's from The Terra Alta area of Preston,WV. I have been told that my GGGrandfather's father was not Samuel Jackson, as what is written on his death certificate. So does anyone know an Elias Franklin Jackson, born abt 1809, who married an Anna Jane, born abt 1811 in Terra Alta ? I have no clue as to what other children they had other than my GGGrandfather Andrew. If you can help ,please e-mail me. Also there was information at familysearch.org that is wrong, Anna and Elias did not die on the dates that were stated, those were their two small grandchildren, apparently named after them who both died in 1872 at the ages of 3 1/2 and 9 1/2 months old. My GGrandmother had all that info written in her bible.
Jody Lawrence <Jody320@aol.com>
Ohio USA - Monday, May 08, 2006 at 12:42:20 (EDT)
Need any information regarding ancestry of Mary A. Jackson wife of James J. and mother of Assenath, Allis, and James. Mary was 20 and James 31, with 6-month old Assenath, in 1850 census of Appanoose County. In 1860 census of Vernon Co. Missouri parents and 10-year-old Assenath, little sister Allis and little brother James. I should be pleased to hear from any any one who knows these people. Doug Burke
Douglas W. Burke <doug.burke3@verizon.net>
kennewick, WA USA - Saturday, May 06, 2006 at 22:08:47 (EDT)
Hello, I am looking for any and all information regarding the Jackson's of Sullivan, Il. My grandfathers name was Charley Jackson and in the 1930 census it shows him as having been born in Denmark around 1902. Additionally, it shows his mother ( my GG ) Alice as head of the household.
charles philip jackson <cphilruns@yahoo.com>
Zion, il USA - Wednesday, April 26, 2006 at 19:18:59 (EDT)
Looking for relatives of the Terra Alta, Preston Co. WV Jacksons. My GGGrandfather; Andrew Jackson was born 30 Dec 1835, his father was Samuel Jackson, mother unknown to me at this time. Andrew married Emma Elizabeth Nestor. Emma was also born and raised in Terra Alta. They had 9 children. Annie Jane,Elias Franklin,Rhodie Elizabeth, Leonard Andrew, Charles Wesley,Mintie Susan,Catherine Matildy,Florence Effie, and the youngest Daniel Henry. I know that Daniel lived in Rowlsburg, and I have recently found a Grandson of Daniel's. I have also located one relative of Mintie Susan's. Florence was my GGrandmother. She had married 3 times and was widowed all three times. Married names were, Reed, Adams,and Jenkins. Jenkins being the last. My Grandfather David was given his mother's maiden name,who knows, maybe his father was another Jackson.Emma and Andrew were living on W.State St,at the time of the 1910 and 1920 census.The 1930 census after Andrew's death my Grandfather David Andrew Sr,along with his first wife Eva and their son David Jr was living with Emma Jackson. Florence had moved to Youngstown Ohio and ran a boarding house. David Sr was married in 1937 to second wife, Elizabeth,they lived with Florence in boarding house for awhile. David and Elizabeth had 3 children; John (Jack) David Jackson Sr,my Father.Thomas Edward, and Mary Elizabeth. Elizabeth and David divorced sometime btwn 1950-1953.David and Florence then moved to Barberton Ohio where Florence died in 1976 and David in 1980. David Jr. died Dec 2, 1950 after being pushed off a train on his way home from military duty; he died in Germany. David Jr,Florence ,and David Sr all share a Family marker in the East Akron City Cemetary. My family lives in Ohio. I would really like to be able to make a connection to other Jackson Families. I have no idea which Samuel Jackson was my GGGGrandfather. I have been doing my roots for over 25 yrs now,PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME !! There was also a Jesse Jackson,Edna Jackson, and 5 children living on W.State St, some of the children were Randy,Thelma, don't remember the others,also here was a Samuel and Lottie Jackson with one son Harold Jackson living on the same St according to the census, this was either 1910, or 1920. Anyone with any info please e-mail me at Jody320@aol.com Florence also told us we were related to Pres. Andrew Jackson, and at one time had proof, but due to a fire in her home they were lost. At the time of Florence's death she was short one month and 3 days from being 91.
Jody (Jackson) Lawrence <Jody320@aol.com>
Niles, Oh USA - Friday, April 21, 2006 at 22:15:21 (EDT)
Looking for any information on ggg grandparents Clarke and Susannah Jackson, parents of my gg grandfather Abner Marion Jackson b. abt. 1816 in Georgia. 1st wife Elizabeth Hardison [children surviving to adulthood: THEOPHILUS HARDEE JACKSON (1836-1917); WINNIFORD H. JACKSON KING(ca. 1838-1876); SARAH JACKSON LANIUS(1840-1913); ELIZABETH A. SAPHRONIA JACKSON LANIUS(b. 1845)] -- 2nd wife SARAH JANE HOLLAND (m. Jan. 5, 1851) [one son living to adulthood ANDREW MARION JACKSON (1852-1933), my great grandfather, m. Nancy Dorcas Lanius (1858-1950) [4 children: Hosea Ballou Jackson; Hattie Tyne Jackson Ford; Lydia Jane Jackson Barrett (my grandmother); Stella Jackson Jesclard. Abner Marion and daughters from 1st marriage plus 2nd wife and children moved from Florida to Catahoula Parish, Louisiana near Harrisonburg around 1860. Three young children died either en route to Louisiana or just after arrival. A fourth died about 1870. The annual family reunion of this Jackson branch is held in Jena, Louisiana, on the Saturday before the second Sunday of June, at the Woodmen of the World Hall, US 84 East.
Paul R. Powell <powell2@cox.net>
New Orleans, LA USA - Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at 21:47:46 (EDT)
Shane McMahon, son of the WWE chairman, Vincent McMahon, looks a bit like president Andrew Jackson. I wonder if Jackson is a great-relative to the McMahons?
executioner <allmarvel@yahoo.com>
san joaquin, ca USA - Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at 13:16:57 (EDT)
Hi there,I am trying to find out if stonewall had a nephew who had a daughter named Gladys pearl jackson,She was the mother of my late grandfather.My grandfather had told his second wife that he was a decendant of stonewall jackson.thank you.
David summers <renus@dodo.com.au>
Cowell, sa Australia - Saturday, April 01, 2006 at 04:40:06 (EST)
My grandmother "Gertrude Boddy" was a great granddaughter of Laura Ann Jackson. She might have been born in St Claire PA. Might there be any detail of her parents?
Tim Boddy <boddysaus@comcast.net>
Sausalito , CA USA - Sunday, March 26, 2006 at 10:16:00 (EST)
I am looking for information on brothers, Leander, Wilson and Burton Jackson. Leander, my ancestor, was born in 1828. Marriage certificate says Stokes, North Carolina. Wilson and Leander show up in Arkansas in 1850. Then they're back in Tennessee. Wilson eventually went to Kentucky, I think, and Burton went to Illinois. If anyone knows anything about the pedigree for these brothers, I would really, really appreciate hearing from you. Thanks! Marilyn
Marilyn Gorski <suzygski@comcast.net>
Murfreesboro, TN USA - Friday, March 24, 2006 at 20:02:42 (EST)
I was told that the Meek(s) was related to the Jacksons can someone tell me where the Meek(s) link is connected.
Frank Meeks <azmadman2006@yahoo.com>
Florence, Az USA - Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 13:00:19 (EST)
I was told that the Meek(s) was related to the Jacksons can someone tell me where the Meek(s) liknk is connected.
Frank Meeks <azmadman2006@yahoo.com>
Florence, Az USA - Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 12:59:57 (EST)
Ten years later, and I'm still looking for parents of Ephriam Jackson who lived in Wheeling West Virginia 1824-1869? Wife Eliza Truxell. Children-HarryRobert,John,William,Ephriam,Samuel,Blanche,Grace,Jacob H Thanks, Tom Jackson
Thomas Jackson <jackson2@7cities.net>
Grants, NM USA - Tuesday, March 14, 2006 at 02:04:27 (EST)
Hi all, I sure hope you are still around... I am searching my Jackson line... All I have is: Granville Sidney Lyndenney Jackson DOB 1912 DOD 1972 Charles William Jackson (Still living) Joe Sam Jackson (Died at 1 1/2 yrs of age) DOD 1918? Their parents were Sidney "BUSTER" Jackson (not sure if Buster was his first, middle, or nickname) DOB around 1880 in Tennessee Maude 'Carolyn' Ross DOB around 1885 they were married around 1910 in Tennessee both Died around 1918 Granville is my Grandfather but being his parents died so when he was so young he was sent to an orphanage from what I have been told, thier was an aunt but apperently she could not raise the kids.? any helpwould be appreciated.. Denah
Denah <denag_2000@yahoo.com>
Pheonix, Az USA - Monday, March 13, 2006 at 13:47:56 (EST)
In researching my family history, Slaughter Buckhannon WV, I keep coming up with Brake and Jackson. I know that my gggggrandparents were John and Nancy Slaughter. That they were related to Mary Slaughter Brake. My grandmother was Helen Lucille Slaughter, born in Buckhannon 1908. My great uncle Joey wife Pauling Slaughter still lives there. The Slaughters apparently were never wealthy or did anything of great import, however, I would still like to know if you have stumbled across anything in your reasearch that may be of interest to me. I am not trying to connect my family to the Jacksons as it was so ineloquently put in the Brake website.
Kathy Soika <gladioller1960@yahoo.com>
Titusville, Fl USA - Monday, February 27, 2006 at 12:47:00 (EST)
Looking for info on ALONZO COSTELLO JACKSON of Paris, Tenn. 38242. He passed away Nov. 13, 1978 in Paris. His wife's name was Montez Brockwell Jackson, father was Francis M. Jackson. mother was Nancie Winchester. Last known address was the REA Jackson building in Paris. He owned and managed Hotels and Motels in Paris. Thanks much, Allan Jackson Reynolds
Allan Jackson Reynolds <sunset4234@adelphia.net>
Boca Raton, Fl USA - Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 23:02:03 (EST)
Alonzo Costello Jackson of Paris, Tenn Looking for any information on him. Known info is that he was born September 22,1899, Spouse was Montez Brockwell Jackson. Mother was Nancie Winchester, Father was Francis M. Jackson. He passed away November 13, 1978. He owned and managed hotels and motels. Last known address was the REA Jackson Building in Paris.
Allan Jackson Reynolds <sunset4234@adelphia.net>
Boca Raton, Fl USA - Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 22:53:34 (EST)
Does anyone know where "Beaverdam," Botetourt County, Virginia was? Also what was "Lauderdale" and where was it located? Re: Henry Clay Allen
Russell Hicks <rwhickscpa@aol.com>
Altavista, VA USA - Sunday, February 12, 2006 at 11:31:25 (EST)
JACKSON, ROBERT NEWTON ... I am trying to find my grandfathers ancestors...his father. He was born in Va, or WVa, married Elizabeth Folks, my father French was born in 1900 in Burnsville, Va. (Bath Co.) If anyone has any info, please email me. Thanks aaagraphx@aol.com
Mona JACKSON Crawford <aaagraphx@aol.com>
Springfield, VA USA - Sunday, February 05, 2006 at 16:14:24 (EST)
Is there a relationship of Stonewall to President Andrew Jackson? Thanks, Gary
Gary Kailes <gkailes@yahoo.com>
Modesto, CA USA - Saturday, January 21, 2006 at 08:34:21 (EST)
I am looking for information about Lucinda (Jackson) Houck. She was married to Peter Houck in Madison, Virginia. Her approximate birth date is 1821. The Peter Houck family moved to Kansas. The were in the 1860 Kansas census. The Peter Houck family lived in Madison, Virginia in 1850. Please send any information to j.devin@mchsi.com Thank you.
Joanne Devin <j.devin@mchsi.com>
Des Moines, IA USA - Monday, January 16, 2006 at 19:29:30 (EST)
I am looking for information on the Lewis C. Jackson family. We think he was born in Pennsylvania between 1849-1852. He married an Ellen Keiser and they had 10 children - Lester, Leon B., Harvey, Elizabeth,Katie Viola, Eva Pauline, Myrtle Fay, Fred Keiser and Paul Kenneth. If anyone has any information in this family, I would love to hear from you. Thank you. Sincerely, Helen PEhrson
Helen Pehrson <Helen@aros.net>
Vernon, UT USA - Tuesday, December 20, 2005 at 21:23:09 (EST)
Hello. I am trying to begin tracing my family history. But I have no idea where to start..... My father was born in King County Washington - Larry Edward Jackson, his father was Edward Eaton Jackson also born in King County, WA, and his father was Elton Oscar Jackson, born in Virginia - or what may have been VA, now WV. If anyone can help I would really appreciate it. I know I have one of the hardest family trees to trace, but it makes it additionally harder when no one tells anyone anything.... Thanks in advance. Glen Jackson---
Glen Jackson <sportcatmedic@yahoo.com>
Snellville, GA USA - Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 22:37:19 (EST)
In the previous message on William Arthur Jackson dated also Nov. 27, 2005. William and Elizabeth Carter Jackson had I know of 2 other sons. Alfred born around 1820. In the 1850 census Clarke co. Va. 12th Dist. living wiyh wife Susan 29 F-Lucy A. 4 F-Mary 2 F-Roberta 1 F. In the 1860 census for Frederick Co.Va. shows living with daughter Lucy A. 14 F-Mary 12 F-Roberta 10 E-Henrietta 7 F and his mother Elizabeth 66 F. 1850 census Clarke Co. Va. 12th Dist. shows Elizabeth 56 F son Wm. A. Jackson 25 Farmer 10,800. in the 1860 census for William Arthur Jackson post ofice Berryville William A. Jackson 35 M-Sarah T. 39 F-Emma M. 9 F-Jennie W. 7 F (W stands for Welch, she is my great grandmother who married Robert Augusta Terrill and their Daughter Mary susan Terrill married my grandfather Charles Anfield Shiflett, all these family's came from Va.) and John A. 1 M. In the 1870 census for Chariton township Randolph Co. Mo. post office Cairo Mo. William A. 46 M-Sarah 50 F-Emma 18 F-Jennie W. 16 F-John A. 11 M-Robert 6 M- and Elizabeth 76 F William and Elizabeth jackson othe son that I know of is James Robert Jackson born 22 august 1826 Clarke Co. Va. died 10 of April 1909 and is also buried in Randolph Co. Mo. at the Darksville Mo. Church. Know he was married 3 times 1st.-Reverta Smoke in the 1850 census shows born Va. 19 F-Daughter Virginia 9/12 F In the 1870 census for Callao Macon Co. Mo.James Jackson 45 M Va.-Sallie ( Sallie Ware Allin) 33 F Ky.-Virginia F. 20 F Va.-Charles H. 18M. Va.-Mary A. 11 F. Mo.Susan E. F 9 Mo-Willie P. 6 M Mo-Amanda 5 F Mo- Sallie @ F Mo.-and Annie 9/12 F. Mo. Also Sallie Ware Allin is buried in Macon Co.at the Heborn Church Cemetery, it is right next to the Randolph Co Mo. line. Belive James 3rd wife was named Annie. Have some names I belive that are other children belive 2 girls of William and Elizabeth Carter Jackson. Thanks for any information or help. Charlie
Charles Gillispie <cgillispie@socket.net>
Renick, Mo USA - Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 11:27:57 (EST)
Looking for information on William Arthur Jackson born 19 Sept. 1825 Clarke Co. Va. and died 12 March 1893 Randolph Co. Missouri and is buried at Hickory Grove Cemetery just outside of Darksville Missouri. He came to Missouri with his family in 1869. My grandmother who was a granddaughter to William Arthur Jackson always said that he was a cousin to Thomas Jackson and rode with Mosby's Rangers. William Arthur Jackson wife was Sarah Marshall born 06 August 1820 Faquier Co. Va. and died 07 December 1912 and is also buried at Hickory Grove cemetery. Her parents were James Pede Marshall who died ib Frecerick Co. Va. 1826 and her mother was Susannah O'Rear born 1781 and died 1868 Clarke Co. Va. William Aruther Jackson parents were William Jackson died Clarke Co. in the 1820's and his mother was Elizabeth Carter born 21 October 1794 Frederick Co. Va. and died 01 June 1873 in Randolph Co. Mo. also buried at Hickory Grove Cemetery. Her parents were Arthur Watson Carter born 14 june 1773 Frederick Co. Va. and died 12 january 1846 Frederick Co. Va. her mother was mary Kerfoot born 15 December 1777 and died 14 August 1821. Belive William Jackson father and mother were a George Jackson and his mother last name was a Ann Calvert but not sure. Would like to talk to any one who would be kin too these family's or have any information on them. Have a picture with a house in it and two sisters live there taken in West Va. around the 1930 area when cousin's visited there and the tow older ladies who live there were Minnie and Polly. Thanks Charlie
Charles Gillispie <cgillispie@socket.net>
Renick, Mo. USA - Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 06:46:04 (EST)
We are looking for Alfred Jackson married Elizabeth Goosy {Godsey} on 8 Oct. 1849 in Saline Co. Missouri. In 1850 census in Saline Co. Missouri. Alfred Jackson 27 years old, born in MO.he was a farmer. Elizabeth Jackson 25 years old and born in MO.John H. Godsey 5 years old born in MO.and Mary E, Godsey 3 years old born in Mo. Elizabeth Jackson first marrage to William Godsey after his death she married Alfred Jackson. Can any one help me on this family? Madeline Purifoy
Madeline Purifoy <thurmanlp@alltel.net>
Croossett, Ark. USA - Saturday, November 19, 2005 at 20:10:45 (EST)
I am looking for the wife of WILLIAM HALL from tennessee they had a daughter MARY , who married GEORGE JACKSON ..any info is apprecatied
b. loudin <dark-eyed-girl@myway.com>
tn, tn USA - Sunday, November 13, 2005 at 00:46:03 (EST)
Hello! I am descended from Richard Jackson b. 1635 in Dartsmouth Devonshire England? He immigrated to the US with his father, John Jackson, and two brothers and built a house in Portsmouth, NH. in the 1660's. The house is a historical site now and I have been to see it with my mother. Anyhow, I have been told I am related to Elizabeth Cummins, but I am wondering how, since she and John did not come to the US until later than the 1600's. Does anyone have info. that would help me figure this out? Thanks! Elizabeth Jesse
Elizabeth Jesse <elizjesse@sbcglobal.net>
Eaton Rapids, MI USA - Saturday, November 12, 2005 at 18:12:31 (EST)
I am looking for information on James Irvine Jackson. He was born in North Carolina in 1832. He was married to Rhoda A who was born in 1837 in Kentucky. In the 1870s and possibly 1860s, they lived in Henry County, TN. Their children were named Jonathan C (1862), James S (1861), Berta B. (1868), and Earnest H (1870). While Berta was alive, she was very proud of her heritage, and she used to say that she was related to Stonewall Jackson. We have not been able to find the connection though. So we are searching for any possible connection. According to Berta's Daughters of the Confederacy application, James Irvine Jackson served in the 1st to 3rd Kentucky Cavalry under Gen Morgan and the 2nd to 18th Mississippi under Gen Chalmers. His record of service was stored at the Stonewall Jackson Bivouac in McKenzie, Tn. After the War, we believe he moved to McKenzie, TN in Carroll County. Any other information on him would be greatly appreciated.
O Jackson Meyer <ojmeyer@comcast.net>
Toms River, NJ USA - Thursday, November 03, 2005 at 12:13:54 (EST)
I am looking for a connection. i know that my grandfather spent a good deal of his life in the southwest, arizona, new mexico, texas. he has passed away and was stricken with alzhiemers disease so i was unable to get any real info from him before he died. his name was Sam John Jackson, eldest son? of John Jackson. brother to Wilmer Jackson and perhaps some other siblings. My Father, Sam John Jackson II was born in 1950. His cousin Sandra? died in an auto accident in the 60's... about the time she was 18. they were ranchers as far as i can tell.
Sam John Jackson III <sam@samjacksonart.com>
Seattle, WA USA - Friday, October 28, 2005 at 19:50:11 (EDT)
Am searching for information on Joseph Jackson born before 1790 in Virginia. Joseph had two sons John Jackson, born 1812 in Bullett Co., KY and Isaac Jackson, born ca 1797 in VA. Jacksons may have been connected to Lynch. Help appreciated.
Bill Lawrence <WLawre8887@bellsouth.net>
Louisville, KY USA - Friday, October 21, 2005 at 23:54:05 (EDT)
My grgreat grandfather Abraham w Jackson was born in 1805 in Va. He married Melissa Hartgrove in Lafayette Co, Mo in 1834 then moved to Crawford Co, Ar abt 1838.He died 1885 in Crawford Co. I can find nothing else on him. Does anyone know of a Jackson family from VA with a missing Abraham? Or have any suggestions where I go from here? Thanks Freddie
Freddie Apana <okangel38@yahoo.com>
Stanton, Ca USA - Friday, October 14, 2005 at 15:05:00 (EDT)
Hello I have an article entitled, John R. Woodside "A Man of His Time" that has a brief excerpt pasted below "According to one report, "no horse and rider ever made a faster trip from Jefferson City to Thomasville, not even Frank James." The horse was part of John R’s dream of breading thoroughbreds at Thomasville. That dream was partially realized even before the war: later, a rider brought a message from a life-long friend named Thomas Jackson (General Stonewall). John R not only rode again, he supplied horses to the Confederacy by running the blockade on the Mississippi." John R. Woodside is my great-great-great grandfather and was a very successful breeder of horses in the Oregon County, Missouri region. I am just trying to prove in some way that they did have contact with one another. If anyone has any suggestions or know of any resources please free to contact me. If this is true the note from the rider has probably been lost. Thank you very much for you time. Garret B. Kremer-Wright
Garret B. Kremer-Wright <gbkw83@hotmail.com>
Centerville, OH USA - Monday, October 10, 2005 at 16:33:47 (EDT)
In a previous query I made a mistake. I said that my great grandfather married the daughter of the Comptroller General. It was actually his grand daughter. The Comptroller was Peterson Thweatt. I have dug up a little more information. The first Oscar Jackson Meyer was born in Kentucky and became a Kentucky Colonel. His father Oscar Meyer married Berta Jackson in 1885. I also know from census records that in 1900 her brother Earnest H lived with them in Missouri. Both Berta and Earnest were born in Tennessee. I can't find any other reference to Berta Jackson before they married other than her father was born in North Carolina and her mother was born in Kentucky. Any help would be tremendous.
O Jackson Meyer IV <ojmeyer@comcast.net>
Toms River, NJ USA - Thursday, September 22, 2005 at 12:34:02 (EDT)
My name is O Jackson Meyer IV. According to family legend, the Jackson in my name can be traced to Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. There were letters that proved some evidence to this, but they have been lost for many years. If anyone can provide any information on a connection I would appreciate it. I know that there is a connection to Alex Thweatt, who was the comptroller General of the Confederacy. His name can be found on some confederate money. One of his daughters, Louise Peterson Thweatt, married Oscar Jackon Meyer, my great grandfather. Any information would be great. Please contact me at ojmeyer@comcast.net
O Jackson Meyer IV <ojmeyer@comcast.net>
Toms River, NJ USA - Saturday, September 17, 2005 at 22:40:39 (EDT)
Looking for information surrounding Surrilda Cornelia JACKSON. b. Jan 10 1852 in Des Moines, IA d. Jan 17 1911 m. Jun 15, 1870 in Scotland Co. MO to my ancestor, Robert HAMILTON who was born Apr 25 1843 in Columbus, IN and who died Sep 22, 1912 in Sullivan, MO. They had Martha O. Hamilton in 1846 in Indiana; Caroline Hamilton in 1848; Oscar Hollis Hamilton 09 Jun 1850 in Wabash, Indiana (My great grandfather); Ben Hamilton on 11 May 1852 in Memphis, MO; Elwood Hamilton in Jun 1859 in Memphis, MO. Surrilda is the daughter of Andrew JACKSON & Mary BENNETT. Surrilda had a brother Harvey E. JACKSON, born Oct. 4, 1846 in Kingston, IA. Harvey married a Rebecca Ann FLATT in Dec. of 1883 in Des Moines. Rebecca was born Mar 13, 1868 and died Mar 28 1953 in Topeka, KS. They had lots of children. Any information on the lines surrounding the JACKSON or HAMILTON lines would be greatly (enormously) appreciated.
Rachael Hamilton <re-hamilton@wiu.edu>
Stronghurst, IL USA - Monday, August 29, 2005 at 13:02:50 (EDT)
My Grandfather on my fathers side was married to a Jackson, there was a Jackson/Wilson reunion every year for many years in Baltimore Ohio. My father was born in Cook County Illinois, but at some time they moved to Mansfield Ohio. There he met and married my mother, then for reasons unknown, they moved to Pennyslvania, near Pittsburgh. I am trying to reestablish connections. At the Jackson/Wilson reunion there was a family tree that traced back the family to Thomas J. Jackson, and he was supposed to be related to me as a distant uncle. Do you have any information on this bracn of the family? Any help gratefully appreciated. Richard C. Cook
Richard Cook <rccook@cox.net>
Tucson, Az USA - Sunday, July 24, 2005 at 16:52:21 (EDT)
My great great grandfather was John K. Jackson. He was born in Anson Co. NC and moved to AL. He served with the Co. K of the 53 Alabama Partisan Rangers. He married Elizabeth Jane Hufham of Ramer, AL and they moved to Lafayette COunty, AL.I would appreciate any info on Joh Kirby Jackson's acestry. Thanks
Bettie Darus <Coodar@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, July 21, 2005 at 17:45:29 (EDT)
My great great grandfather was John K. Jackson. He was born in Anson Co. NC and moved to AL. He served with the Co. K of the 53 Alabama Partisan Rangers. He married Elizabeth Jane Hufham of Ramer, AL and they moved to Lafayette COunty, AL.I would appreciate any info on Joh Kirby Jackson's acestry. Thanks
Bettie Darus <Coodar@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, July 21, 2005 at 17:30:37 (EDT)
I am looking for my Jackson ancestors. My great grandmother was Etta Mae Jackson. Her father was Jacob Church Jackson born June 22, 1861. His father was John Jackson born in 1826 in Tennessee. I have John listed with 2 wives: Ann Clepper and Temperance Ann ?. I believe that it should actually be Temperance Ann Clepper. If anyone has any information about this family, please contact me.
Debra Johnson <angellady862@hotmail.com>
Yakima, WA USA - Thursday, July 14, 2005 at 14:25:03 (EDT)
My father-in-law (John Jackson) is from the WV/PA area and currently lives in Pittsburgh. We believe he is related to the Jackson family celebrated at this website but have lack the information to prove the relationship. Is anyone doing genetic testing in the Jackson line? I subscribe to various genealogy message lists and others are now doing the testing to identify relationships. Thanks, Russ
Russell <Kahn>
Jamestown, NC USA - Monday, July 11, 2005 at 07:10:50 (EDT)
Looking for any info on a Peyton Jackson married to Sally Fleming. Had a child named Eunice Jackson. They hailed from the Western part of NC. I'm stuck at this part in the tree and any help would be awesome. Thanks. Joi
joi heath <angusscot@att.net>
greensboro, nc USA - Thursday, July 07, 2005 at 18:57:50 (EDT)
I believe that I am a descendant of John Jackson's (b.1715-1716) parents or grandparents through my maternal grandmother - Mary Livingston (nee. Jackson), she lived & died in Lurgan, Co.Armagh, N. Ireland, however I am not sure where she was born. Do you have any information on John Jackson's direct ancestors or indeed his siblings?
Brian Livingston <brian.livingston@udex.com>
USA - Thursday, June 30, 2005 at 10:55:10 (EDT)
I would like to converse with decendants of Andrew Jackson and Susan Cooksey Jackson (Joe Prewitt, Sarah Louise, Nancy Ellen, Henry E., Jacob, Flora, Mary Caroline, and Louisa) or with any of his siblings (Artemisia, Elizabeth, Samuel, Theresa and Barbara) decendants. Juliann
Juliann Lumpkin <juliann@hpnc.com>
Covington, Tx USA - Tuesday, June 28, 2005 at 12:05:53 (EDT)
Big HELLO from a fellow Jackson. I am at a brick wall going back 5 generations to an ALEXANDER JACKSON (1827-1888), who was born and grew up on the Jackson farm in the Dushore area, in both Sullivan County, and Bradford county, PA. He married a Mary Arey from England, and had children: John, Robert, William, Mary, Jefferson, Wellington, Henrietta and George. Buried in the Norconk cemetery, Wilmot, Bradford Co., PA. I can not find anything about Alexander's parents, who lived in Cherry Township / Dushore area at that time. Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated. Rickjacksoninmi@aol.com or call at 803-546-1492
Richard Jackson <rickjacksoninmi@aol.com>
Mansfield, PA USA - Sunday, June 26, 2005 at 16:04:46 (EDT)
I have a family history book that indicates that my grand father is John Jackson b. 1715 near Loundary Ireland. The first Jackson to come to Georgia was John Jackson b. about 1774, coming from Culpepper county Virginia, now W.Virginia. The problem is there is no connection made from John Jackson b.1715 and John Jackson b. 1774. If you have any info that would shed light on this, please reply. Thanks
George Watson Jackson Jr <gwjackson@alltel.net>
Scotland, GA USA - Tuesday, June 21, 2005 at 23:12:42 (EDT)
I'm looking for information on ELIZABETH JACKSON BENTON, She was listed in the will of SAMUEL JACkSON dated 1748.A SAMUEL BENTON was listed as a witness to the will and I would like to know what / if their is a connection between them and a listing of their children. Thanks, Deb
D M Benton <debseeker@hotmail.com>
Rayne, LA USA - Thursday, June 16, 2005 at 00:41:08 (EDT)
I am looking for detailed information on the life of Laura Jackson Arnold. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I'll take information found on the Web as well as books in print. Also, I would like to interview for an article, the woman who portrays Laura Jackson Arnold; however, I don't know who she is or how to contact her. Please advise. Thank you!
Kimberly <KJLwrite@aol.com>
Carlisle, PA USA - Thursday, June 09, 2005 at 07:22:07 (EDT)
Forgot to add some information: George Henry Jacksons Parents are William Jackson and Sabra Mead Williams Parents are William Jackson & Unknown. I used to have Sabra's Parents, but lost when computer crashed I saw them on ANcestry though so I will check back. Thanks.
David Decker <ddecker3@cox.net>
San Diego, ca USA - Saturday, June 04, 2005 at 02:55:41 (EDT)
I am researching Jackson from my family line, but they are from PA. From family memory we are supposed to be related to either Andrew Jackson (President) or StoneWall Jackson. Dont know through how, we have a rifle that belonged to either one of them, but dont think there is anything on it, I dont personally have the rifle. Ok now for the family line information. George Henry Jackson b. 25 Apr 1845 in Luzerne PA married Elizabeth Maines b.05 Jan 1845 South Canaan PA They had a child named Maud Malinda Jackson b. 28 Mar 1875 in Dunmore. She married a David John Decker. I cannot find anything on George Henry Decker. Any Help would be appreciated. David
David Decker <ddecker3@cox.net>
San Diego, CA USA - Saturday, June 04, 2005 at 01:42:55 (EDT)
Hello In the past I remember my dad telling us stories about our family and I've seen a small family tree that my parents made when I was born. I need someone to put my mind to rest. There is an Ailcy Couch White and next to it, it says that she is the granddaughter of stonewall jackson. I think it is supposed to read g-granddaughter. Does anyone know anything? I'm trying to research my family names (Lyle,White,Miller)and this is a stickler. Thanks to those who are trying to be helpful to me.
Ness <OfficeofNess@yahoo.com>
CA USA - Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 21:24:07 (EDT)
Hello Jacksons, I am looking for any information concerning my great-great-grandfather, Henry Lawson Jackson, born c. 1840 in Braxton County, Va (W.Va.), a son of Robert Jackson, Jr. and Elizabeth Coberly. He served in the Confederate cavalry; family lore has it that he made boots (?) for General Stonewall Jackson and that they were cousins. Thanks so much for your help!
Beverly Brooks <babrooks@mail.wvnet.edu>
Charleston, WV USA - Wednesday, May 25, 2005 at 13:20:04 (EDT)
I am a descendant of David B. Crawford (1794 SC - 1849 MS), whose obit. mentions that he was a cousin to Pres. Andrew Jackson. I have not been able to determine the names of David's parents - his grandparents just have to be James and Jane (Jennet Hutchinson) Crawford of the Waxhaws !!! David had 3 wives, the 2nd being Algeline (Lennie) Neill Shockley Crawford who died in 1840 in MS and the mother of my greatgrandfather Alexander Newton Crawford, b. MS, but relocated to TN and fought in Civil War, then afterwards married and sired 8 children in Marshall Co. near Lewisburg, TN. Any info or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Doug Sharp Muscle Shoals, AL
Doug Sharp <papaodie@hiwaay.net>
Muscle Shoals, AL USA - Saturday, May 07, 2005 at 12:28:48 (EDT)
Looking for the parents of Sanford M. Jackson b. 1855 in Maryland migrated west eventually to Iola, KS where he died in 1934. Have a suspicion that parents might be William A. and Mary L. Jackson of Belmont Co., OH, but need confirmation.
Jan R. <jbroe1@prodigy.net>
Austin, TX USA - Saturday, April 30, 2005 at 12:45:20 (EDT)
I am looking for information regarding John Jackson b. abt 1748 in Virginia or Ireland and Married Chloe (last name unknown). To this union were eight children: William Evan Jackson b. abt 1770 Lowil Jackson b. abt 1777 Nancy Jackson b.1782 Susannah Jackson b.1787 John Jackson b. 1792 Lavina “Vainne” Jackson b. Abt 1793 Jane Jackson b. Abt 1795 and Milly Jackson b. Abt 1797 I do not know John Jackson's parents or his wife's last name. Any information is greatly appreciated.
Walter Lawrence <wl1336@hotmail.com>
Laie, HI USA - Friday, April 29, 2005 at 18:35:35 (EDT)
My dad has been researching our family tree for some time and then he came to a dead end. Does anyone know who David Jackson's father was? David Jackson (1793 - 1848) He married Jane Jackson.
Michelle <shelleygirl03@msn.com>
FL USA - Thursday, April 28, 2005 at 22:20:56 (EDT)
My 2nd GreatGrandMother is Selina Fish Jacksoni (abt1828 TN/GA-1874Williamson Co, Tx) m/Jasper Newton Copeland (1834 Overton Co, TN - 1897 Williamson Co, Tx). Her parents (my 3rd Greats) were George (born 1792) & Margaret Jackson - her maiden name may have been Fish. I'm at a dead end in my search - can anyone help me Jackie Mae Bishop
Jackie Mae Bishop <jmbhdb@aol.com>
Austin, Tx USA - Monday, April 18, 2005 at 21:19:02 (EDT)
Looking for parents of MARK JACKSON (1830-1913) married to SARAH ANN SELINA JACKSON (1844-1909). This couple moved from their birthplace around Greene County, GA and settled in Brown County, TX. Their parents were born in GA.
Lori Campbell <aclcus@yahoo.com>
CA USA - Saturday, April 16, 2005 at 15:43:19 (EDT)
Looking for any info. on a Robert S. Jackson from Monroe County, West Va. Possibly had a son Thomas. Robert S. should have lived there somewhere between 1860 and 1894. These names and initials may or may not apply to this family. C.W, A.P., Mary, Frank Thank you so much.
Emma Lockhart <stormwalker52@yahoo.com>
- Sunday, April 10, 2005 at 23:42:50 (EDT)
Your help would be appreciated!! Looking for info on Jacksons of Rutherford and Polk Counties, NC. In 1850, John Jackson was 18 and living with his mother, Margarett, and two sisters, Mary & Susan, in Rutherford Co., NC. Susan/Susannah may have married Posey Brown. Anyone know who John's father was? Was John killed while fighting in the Civil War?
Carole Thomason <carolet@xtn.net>
Johnson City, TN USA - Thursday, April 07, 2005 at 20:55:16 (EDT)
We are searching for Cynthia JACKSON's parents, etc. Cynthia was born ca 1826 PA, although family history claims she was related to Stonewall and from the South. Our information comes from family tradition and 1850 & 1860 census records. She married Andrew Aughenbaugh before 1845; he was from Beaver Co., Pa. They had children born in PA, Salem Township, Megis, Ohio, Vandalia, Illinois, and finally Freeborn, Minnesota. Cynthia died of measle during the Indian Troubles in MN Mar 1862. Thank you for any help or suggestions, Mary
Mary Buchholz <shepherd@starband.net>
Belle Fourche, SD USA - Thursday, March 31, 2005 at 11:39:24 (EST)
Richard Jackson, son of John George Jackson: In the Old Jackson Cemetery in Clarksburg there is a Richard Jackson buried and he is listed as a son of John George Jackson. Can anyone tell me about this Richard? How long he lived? Which wife of John George was his mother? I cannot find anything in other information available on John George about this Richard.
Dave Polan <dpolan@cinci.rr.com>
Mason, OH USA - Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 18:44:05 (EST)
I too, have been told that I am a descendant of "Stonewall" Jackson. My father is William J. Jackson. I am new at researching my heritage. My cousin, whose mother was a Jackson, has us liked to both President Andrew Jackson and to Thomas Jonathon "Stonewall" Jackson. But unfortunately he is too busy to share the wealth of information!! So to all my relatives out there, a big " Hi, ya'll"! My son, who just turned 16 and is into Civil War reenacting, wants to do a first person impressionist of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson when he is older. And if looks are any indication, he might just be able to do it! There is definately a "family" resemblance. And by some coincedance my son's name is also Thomas! DIdn't plan it that way. So welcome to the family and stay in touch. I'd hate to get to heaven and have to be introduced as family!! Will post more info as soon as I can wrangle it out of my dear cousin.
Bonnie Jackson <beldridge2@myexcel.com>
Warren, Ohio USA - Tuesday, March 15, 2005 at 01:00:15 (EST)
I had an aunt that always claimed that our family was linked to the Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson family. My aunt said that her Aunt Crissie's husband John S. Jackson was the link. John S. Jackson(born abt 1872), was married to Christianna(Crissie)Story(1883-1942)with a daughter named Elizabeth (abt 1909). Although John and Christianna were born in Maryland, Elizabeth was born in the Fairmont, Buchannon, Clarksburg area. We believe that he returned to West Virginia to be with his family after marrying Christianna. Does anyone have information regarding the possibility of this link? Thank you very much.
Lisa Erwin <jorwin1@yahoo.com>
USA - Monday, March 07, 2005 at 21:24:18 (EST)
Tracing family history, need information on the Clark, Jackson, Lewis, families in the Morgantown, Clarksburg or surrounding areas of West Virginia. Names of Fannie Alice Jackson or William Jackson, Mary Blanche Jackson Clark, Austin Clark, Austin Clark had brothers and sisters, Raymond, and Beluah. Other names include: Lula Mae Jackson and Peoney, Junior Burns, Richards, Conners and Warnicks.
Janet Elaine Warnick Johnson <janae.johnson@mail.wvu.edu>
Morgantown, WV USA - Friday, March 04, 2005 at 17:27:55 (EST)
We have started a Jackson DNĹ Surname Project. The project represents different Jackson families that have almost identical DNA markers but to date have not found any paper trail connections. Each of these famlies have researched for years in an attempt to connect to their respective conjectured ancestors,but have not been able to confirm that relationship. If you are a direct descendant of Jackson male from any one of the following linages described below please get in touch with John McAnally at johnrmcanally@aol.com Linages: 1.Richard Jackson b.1582 England; Robert Jackson b.1620 England; John Jackson b. 1647 Long Island,NY; James Jackson b. 1670 b. Long Island, NY; Joseph Jackson b. 1710 Long Island, NY; William Jackson b. 1736 NJ. 2.Benjamin Jackson Chesterfield CO., SC; Stephen Jackson, Chesterfield Co., SC; Able Jackson Humphreys Co., TN
John McAnally <johnrmcanally@aol.com>
USA - Tuesday, March 01, 2005 at 19:15:02 (EST)
Hello to all of my wonderful cousins out there and to cousin Dan Hyde and the other great efficient personel at The Jackson Brigade. To all of my Hall cousins around Buckhannon,and West Virginia,along with the U.S. and overseas,could you please share any info about the origins of your great family history with me,please? Thank you in advance, and also a hug and a hello to my wonderful lady cousin,Becky Reger and to all of her family. Most Sincerely,a rebel and a patriot. Lionhearts.
Lionhearts <Lionhearts@infowest.com >
Enoch, Utah USA - Sunday, February 13, 2005 at 06:23:10 (EST)
Mary E. JACKSON married Charles Dean Boicourt in October 1904 in Decatur, Co., IN. Mary E. was born about 1882 in IN. Her mother's name was Martha but have no information regarding her father. I am looking for ancestors for Mary. Supposedly she was related to Andrew Jackson -- not proven but family word-of-mouth.
J. Boicourt <jeanjb@cox.net>
Omaha, NE USA - Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 16:18:17 (EST)
I would like to find out how julia beckwith neale came to have (beckwith) as a middle name. The name beckwith originated in England. This happens to be my ancestors.
linda beckwith <auntnee2001@yahoo.com>
parkersburg, wv USA - Friday, January 21, 2005 at 11:53:22 (EST)
Churchwell Jackson,Jr. born TN ca 1795 married Mary Ann Coffelt in Jackboro, Campbell Co., TN on May 1, 1818. They were first listed on the 1830 Marion Co., TN census (Lived one year in Indiana). Churchwell, Jr. served in the War of 1812. Some of their children were Preston , Mary , Willson, Christopher, Margaret, America Tennessee, and Robert-- probably were others. Churchwell Jackson Jr. was the son of Churchwell Jackson Sr who fought in the Revolutionary War from Burke Co, NC. He was born in Orange Co., VA.We know that Churchwell Sr. also lived in Jefferson Co., TN, Anderson Co., TN, and Marion Co., TN. The name of his wife is unknown.I would appreciate any early information on the family of Churchwell Sr. The older family members claimed kin to Pres. Andrew Jackson. Thanks much. Marilyn B. Garner
Marilyn Garner <goodygarner@aol.com>
Signal Mtn., TN USA - Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 22:49:12 (EST)
Hello to all of you cousins out there. I am a 2nd cousin 4x removed to 7th U.S. President Andrew Jackson and a 2nd cousin 2x removed to C.S.A. Lt. General Thomas Jonathon Jackson. My GGG Grandfather was John J. Jackson Sr. and his older brother Isaac Jackson was my GG Uncle. My mother was a Love and her Great Grandmother was the wife of Edward H. Jackson,Rebeccah Love Jackson,a fact my mom was never aware of. My father was a descendent of Richard Jackson b. 1505 at Killingswold Grove,Yorkshire England. Richard was the father of Anthony Jackson I,born at the same location in 1535.Another Richard Jackson came to New York around 1720 and fought in The Revolution as did my Grandfather John,these two Jackson families later united through intermarriage,which adds to the confusion.My father`s mother was a direct descendent(Great Grandaughter) of Mayflower Pilgrim,Francis Eaton,whose grandson ALSO named Francis Eaton married my 8th Great Grandmother Thankful"Alden" Eaton around 1720 or so. Thankful was the Grandaughter of John and Priscilla Alden,William and Sarah Mullins,Degorie Priest and Phillipe Delano and his descendent Thomas Delano and his Alden bride. All the information you need to know about your Jackson heritage can be found right here on the Jackson Brigade (a fine site) or google up "The McGinty Family HTML" along with this, "Richard Jackson b. 1505 at Killingswold Grove,Yorkshire England" I know my roots,my ancestors and my cousin`s surnames,and so can you. Gods speed and grace to all of my cousins and this fragile blue marble. Sincerely,Lionhearts.
Lionhearts <Lionhearts@infowest.com>
USA - Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 13:26:01 (EST)
Sonny Johnson <sonnyloj@charter.net>
Jackson, TN USA - Saturday, January 15, 2005 at 12:00:15 (EST)
If any Jacksons are interested, I have just published an new book titled "The Civil War and Northwestern Virginia" which is loaded with information about the Jacksons from original newspaper sources.
david L. McKain <dlmckain@yahoo.com>
parkersburg, wv USA - Sunday, January 02, 2005 at 04:37:28 (EST)
I have an old silver pocket watch, I believe it to be the same one as the Alexander McGinty will, willed to his Grandson Alexander Crawford. I have the genealogy on the watch, past owners. I need help to do research on the watch, if anyone can help me I sure would appreciate it, As this is not my field of expertise. Thanks in advance.
Jim <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springsq, WV USA - Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at 13:33:39 (EST)
Does anyone have more detailed information on the Alexander McGinty will, I'm looking for a reference number "10749" On an old silver watch. Thanks in advance.
Jim <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springsq, WV USA - Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at 12:42:57 (EST)
I was wondering if someone has a picture of Isaac Rohrbough the second cousin to Stonewall Jackson I believe he married Sarah Davis, Not sure.
Jim <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springsq, WV USA - Wednesday, December 29, 2004 at 12:36:00 (EST)
Good Evening, I know this may be a stretch, but I am attempting to trace my family's geneology. I have a contact who is fairly knowledgable about my general family- (cousins, etc.) but nothing specific about my direct ancestors (great-gradparents and beyond.) My father is Nanticoke and for at least 2 generations have lived in southern Delaware. Only unanswered questions exist regarding information previous to these generations. Any assistance you could provide would be truly appreciated. (I founded the Native American Student Association at Villanova University and I plan to pursue Native American Rights/Environmental Law.) Sincerely Yours, Jules Jackson
Julie T. Jackson <julie.jackson@villanova.edu>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Saturday, December 25, 2004 at 19:28:13 (EST)
Is it true that Stonewall Jackson had a niece named Jane Splawn?
Rob Huling <golden@clis.com>
EMERALD ISLE, nc USA - Wednesday, December 22, 2004 at 14:55:10 (EST)
Who or where can I find Stonewall Jackson, mothers Julia Beckwith Neale side of the family?
sonny Johnson <sonnyloj@charter.net>
Jackson, TN USA - Wednesday, December 15, 2004 at 03:58:17 (EST)
Hi, I am trying to find out if I am a decsendant of Stonewall Jackson's family. I have a newspaper article that shows my grandfather Clyde Jackson, was a descendant of Stonewall Jackson though I do not recall how. I am currently serving in Kuwait with the USAF and do not have access to the record. All I recall about my grandfather is the following; he was born in 1905, I believe in Missouri (not 100% sure). He moved from somewhere in Missouri to Vernon, N.Y. to become an actor though I do not know when. It was sometime between 1925-42. I might be able to narrow down the time frame in which he moved to NY in a few weeks when I get home. He then enlisted in the army to fight in WW2. He was a part of the 516th Field Artillery Batallion, Battery C. His military service records indicate he was in Germany during the 1943-44 time frame. He married my grandmother, Theresa Magaletti of Tarrytown, N.Y. sometime after the war (1946 or 47) and lived in Farmingdale, N.Y. (town in Long Island) He passed away in 1983 at the age of 78. I will be able to provide more information if needed in a couple of months when I get home.
Richard Jackson <rickjackson001@gmail.com>
Westborough, MA USA - Saturday, December 04, 2004 at 15:08:56 (EST)
I am a descendent of John Jackson, (son of John and Elizabeth Cummins Jackson,) who married Rebecca Love. ...With new interest spurred by a grandson interested in the military history of his ancestors, I went thru research I have on John and could not find any reference to his possible participation in the Revolutionary wars...I was interested in trying to get the book referencing military history of John and Elizabeth Cummins Jackson's descendents, but says it is out of print. perhaps someone that has it, can give me account for my John Jackson on any military service he was in....thanks so much.
barbara hoehn <b.hoehn@juno.com>
Holmes Beach, FL USA - Sunday, November 28, 2004 at 10:42:03 (EST)
I have been cooresponding with a Jackson descendant who suggested I submit some of my ancestorial surnames. Please respond to any or all if you can. Trying to connect these names to Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson etal. Thank You: SURNAMES Chapman/Elliott/Lemley/Rogers/Pugh/Rinker/Fry/Triplett/Wright/Williams/Pollard/Dunlap/McDonald/Gibbons. These are a few. Please note Revolutionary War Patriots include these: George Wright, Casper Rinker, Thomas Chapman, Shultz. Chapman & Shultz in Morgan's men. Chapman captured at Quebec with Daniel Morgan. Civil War: Thomas Chapman (master blacksmith) shod the horses of the Stonewall Brigade, several Tripletts/Elliotts/Williams and Rogers. Some of these with Military Hx goes back to pioneer days prior to The French and Indian War. I believe some of these families reach back to the Pilgram days. I Look forward to hearing from you. Diane
Diane <wolfen1217@msn.com>
Winchester, VA USA - Sunday, November 14, 2004 at 14:38:54 (EST)
You probably already have this information, BUT just in case: PER MARY SARAH JACKSON, from "The History of Upshur County, West Virginia; From Its Earliest Exploration to the Present Time", but W. B. Cutright, 1907 FORMATION OF UPSHUR COUNTY. EARLY MARRIAGE LICENSES RANDOLPH COUNTY. The records of Randolph County from 1788 to 1817 contain the original grant of marriage licenses to the following persons; by whom married and the year. Only those are selected who are and were residents of that part of Randolph County which was ,later included in Upshur County. Philip Reger and Sarah Jackson d/o John Jackson married by Isaac Edwards Also found: MARRIAGE LICENSES RECORDED IN LEWIS COUNTY. 1817: Philip Reger and Elizabeth Wolf MARRIAGE LICENSES RECORDED IN LEWIS COUNTY 1825. Philip Reger and Rachel Vandeavanter
John Teets <jteets@austin.rr.com>
Austin, TX USA - Friday, November 12, 2004 at 11:11:15 (EST)
Looking for information about the chldren of Rebecca Jackson b. 1831, (daughter of Edward Hadden Jackson and Rebecca Love Jackson)....She married Isaac Pearl Teter 1849 in Buchanan and removed to Iowa abt. 1853...In Wapello Co. Iowa biographies (1878), notes 2 children, Joseph C. and Frank, however, in 1900 Iowa census notes Rebecca had 7 children, 2 living and in 1910 6 children, 1 living. Does anyone have information about Rebecca and Isaac's children born previous to Joseph and Frank? Thanks for any help and direction. barbara hoehn
Barbara Hoehn <b.hoehn@juno.com>
Holmes Beach, FL USA - Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 06:38:52 (EST)
Looking for information about the chldren of Rebecca Jackson b. 1831, (daughter of Edward Hadden Jackson and Rebecca Love Jackson)....She married Isaac Pearl Teter 1849 in Buchanan and removed to Iowa abt. 1853...In Wapello Co. Iowa biographies (1878), notes 2 children, Joseph C. and Frank, however, in 1900 Iowa census notes Rebecca had 7 children, 2 living and in 1910 6 children, 1 living. Does anyone have information about Rebecca and Isaac's children born previous to Joseph and Frank? Thanks for any help and direction. barbara hoehn
Barbara Hoehn <b.hoehn@juno.com>
Holmes Beach, FL USA - Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 06:38:47 (EST)
hello! my mcclead family comes from the parkersburg/cairo west virginia are. I heard that there were/are some jackson kin along our line somewhere? anyone with information on mcclead connections please let me know. thank you, linda
linda mcclead <knightewave@yahoo.com>
mcdonald, pa USA - Tuesday, November 09, 2004 at 20:30:28 (EST)
Looking for Crawford connection - Pres. Andrew Jackson's parents came to US in 1765 from Carrickfergus, Ireland. The families of three sisters came: Andrew Jackson Sr. and Betty Hutchinson, James Crawford and Jane Hutchinson and his brother Robert Crawford also married to a Hutchinson. Andrew JAckson Sr, died in 1767 and several months later Pres. Andrew Jacksons was born in the home of his aunt and Uncle James and Jane Crawford. JAmes had at least three sons, James, William and Joseph, Robert Crawford had at least 2 sons Thomas and another. I am looking for the connection between James or Robert Crawford, uncles by marriage of Andrew Jackson and my ggggrandfather William Crawford born 1827 in Gibson Co. Indiana. Found that James Crawford Jr was deeded land in Wilson Co Tenn for fighting in REv. War. This may be the connection to the Indiana Crawfords. Help. Thanks
Jill Todd <jtodd@arlington.k12.va.us>
arlington, va USA - Thursday, October 07, 2004 at 16:07:42 (EDT)
I am looking for any information regarding my great grandfather, Ulyses Grant Cummins, who was married to Sarah Elizabeth "Pop" Cummins. They had several children, among which was my grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Cummins, who was born July 24, 1908 in Fairmont, West Virginia. My great grandmother, "Pop" is buried in the Fairmont, WV cemetary, but not in a plot with Ulyses. I was told they separated some time after Elizabeth's birth, but I have no idea when that would be. Any info would be helpful.
Mary Ellen Passione <mpassione@eckertseamans.com>
Pittsburgh, PA USA - Thursday, September 30, 2004 at 14:29:27 (EDT)
My great-grandfather was Irvin Jackson. He was born April 1, 1873 in Doddridge County, WV. His parents were George Washington Jackson and Francis Bee. Francis' middle initial is "i" in one record and "J" in another. Do you have any information that may identify whether my ancestors are part of the John Jackson family?
Dennis W. McDaniels <dmcdaniels@ems.att.com>
Jamestown, NC USA - Monday, September 27, 2004 at 18:07:45 (EDT)
Here is the latest discovery on the watch. This discovery might be vital to the credibility of the ancestery of Andrew and Stonewall Jackson.Last will- Item - "I will & bequeath to my grandson Alexander Crawford (sic) my silver watch & he is to pay each of the following legatees one dollar to my grandson James Crawford one dollar, to my granddaughter Mary Ann Johnston one dollar, to my granddaughter Martha Miller one dollar, to my grandson James Finney one dollar." Can someone help me to Identify Who A.D. Hedges Aug. 22, 81 is??? I still need to make the connection from Alexander Crawford (sic)to Andrew Jackson.
Jim <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springs, wv USA - Wednesday, September 22, 2004 at 08:21:26 (EDT)
:Note the Hermitage stated that Andrew and Stonewall were not related! Here is the reply from The Hermitage: Thanks for the notification about the discussion on Andrew Jackson’s watch. We have no documentary evidence at this end about Jackson owning any specific watch. We have two in our collection that are engraved “Andrew Jackson” both having reasonably good provenance. The provenance on the watch being discussed on the internet is very weak. As one of the entries said, Andrew and Stonewall Jackson were not related. Therefore it is highly unlikely that a watch would have passed from Andrew Jackson to Stonewall Jackson. Without any documentation, identifying engraving, or good provenance, it is impossible to state whether the watch in question might have belonged to Andrew Jackson.Again, Can anyone help me to discover who "A.D Hedges Aug. 22, 81" was??? (I think this might be the Link to put the relation in perspective) Best Wishes, Jim
Jim <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springs, wv USA - Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 08:23:30 (EDT)
Correction on the name Below it is "A.D. HEDGES" NOT hedged, This was a typo on my part, Sorry! Best Wishes, Jim
Jim <peacemakerer@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springs, wv USA - Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 08:12:31 (EDT)
I have a watch that used to belong to President Andrew Jackson, Their is a name scratched on it "A.D. Hedged" then a date: "Aug, 22, 81. Can anyone tell me any information on Who A.D. Hedges is?? Thank You in advance. Best Wishes, Jim
Jim Kingdon <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
webster Springs, wv USA - Monday, September 20, 2004 at 22:52:21 (EDT)
I have a pocket watch that used to belong to General Stonewall Jackson. This Pocket watch has been passed down from President Andrew Jackson. John Jackson was born in Coleraine, Londenery Country Irland and was the grandson of Lord Richard Jackson. President Andrew Jackson was a grandson of Lord Richard Jackson. Edward and Sophia Jackson knew they were great grand children of Lord Richard Jackson, but did not know if their great grand fathers were brothers or first cousins, and did not know their exact relationship, to each other. Maybe this a bit of info someone else might be able to shine a light on.If anyone can tell me anything more on this please email me. Thanks in advance. Best Wishes, Jim
Jim Kingdon <peacemaker7@frontiernet.net>
Webster Springs, wv USA - Monday, September 20, 2004 at 17:37:58 (EDT)
ROCKPORT, WV USA - Wednesday, August 18, 2004 at 23:30:08 (EDT)
I am researching my son's family tree. I have a newspaper article from a relative, Lyda Wright Elder announcing her engagement to Simmeon S. Pennewell, the ex-governor of Maryland. In the article it states that she is a decendent of "Stonewall Jackson". Her Great-great grand father was "Admiral Jackson" a sailor in the Ireland/England area around 1716-1729. Her family is the Wright family from Dorchester County, Maryland. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Sandy <yamo2719@sbcglobal.net>
USA - Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 11:33:53 (EDT)
Would like any and all info on Oscar Stubbs and his wife Rosalee (Heath)Stubbs.They lived in Tifton/Cordale area of Georgia and had four boys and one girl.This is a "Black" family.Would like to know both sides of the family- Heath and Stubbs.
veotas <jrstubbs@webtv.net>
san antonio, tx USA - Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 13:02:17 (EDT)
I am looking for any information on my great grandmother Mary E. Jackson born Oct 29, 1873. It is believed that she was born in Arkansas. She married Joseph B Eubanks in 1896. She died in October 1908. I have hit a dead end and can find no information as to who her parents were. Family legend says that she was full or half Cherokee Indian.
Robin <mrwier@cascadeaccess.com>
Mesquite, NV USA - Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at 19:28:05 (EDT)
Seeking info on WILLIAM and JANE JACKSON who were both born in Virginia and died 20Feb1848 and 23Feb1848 in Lafayette County,Missouri. I believe they were in their 20s. They left behind two children WILLIAM, 6yrs and my ggrandfather JAMES EPPERSON JACKSON 4years. They were raised by william Jackson's brother SMITH JACKSON.
polly jackson <pjjacksonmt@aol.com>
billings, mt USA - Sunday, July 18, 2004 at 21:34:31 (EDT)
Hi. I'm seeking info on Alex and Josie Jackson who married probably around 1840 to 1860. They may have lived in Clark County, KY. They had 9 children, Russel A., Robert, Albert, Bill, Preston, Nancy, Alice (married a Sanderson & lived in Minnesota), unknown girl, and David Noah/Noe. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
David Arthur <spaceniche@yahoo.com>
erie, pa USA - Thursday, July 15, 2004 at 21:21:25 (EDT)
Sophia Jackson was a sister of Stonewall Jackson, I think have this correct. She m. Josiah Davis. Does anyone have the genealogy of Josiah & their descendants? I think he was related to Benjamin & Abel Davis in my Davis line. Joe
Joe Willliams <jwms442@earthlink.net>
Helena, MT USA - Wednesday, June 30, 2004 at 20:19:01 (EDT)
I have a bible that is dated 1813, Boston, Mass. It was published by R.P. & C. Williams. It is signed twice in quill pen and ink, color brown, by a man Sam Clinton Jackson. In the back of the book, it is signed, SC Jackson's book, in quill pen and ink, color brown. It was in the possession of my husbands grandmother when she died at age 93 in 2003. I am trying to find out who this man was and trace the history of this bible. Any help would be appreciated. Do any of you know who Sam Clinton Jackson is? He had in his possession a bible printed in Boston in 1813.
Tam Malmberg <malmbert2001@hotmail.com>
Rockford, IL USA - Saturday, May 29, 2004 at 11:56:05 (EDT)
I have a bible that is dated 1813, Boston, Mass. It was published by R.P. & C. Williams. It is signed twice in quill pen and ink, color brown, by a man Sam Clinton Jackson. In the back of the book, it is signed, SC Jackson's book, in quill pen and ink, color brown. It was in the possession of my husbands grandmother when she died at age 93 in 2003. I am trying to find out who this man was and trace the history of this bible. Any help would be appreciated. Do any of you know who Sam Clinton Jackson is? He had in his possession a bible printed in Boston in 1813.
Tam Malmberg <malmbert2001@hotmail.com>
Rockford, IL USA - Saturday, May 29, 2004 at 11:54:59 (EDT)
Joseph Jackson married Martha __________ around 1733. He died in Chesterfield Co., VA. There is no record of this marriage in Chesterfield County. Has anyone found where they were married and her maiden name? Thank you. Janni Smith Salés
Janni Smith Salés <ssales@terra.com.mx>
Mexico City, DF Mexico - Monday, May 10, 2004 at 11:09:02 (EDT)
Abel Jackson married possibly Hannah Cobbs around 1858 and had daughter Hanna Cobb Jackson b. 1759 and son Hezekiah Jacksonb. 1760-65. Does anyone know where they were married? Later, Abel remarried to Hannah Hancock (we think) and had Patience, Rhoda, Edward, Jesse, Abel or Asabel, Crawford. Where did Abel marry Hannah Hancock? Thank you.
Janni Smith Salés <ssales@terra.com.mx>
Mexico City, DF Mexico - Monday, May 10, 2004 at 10:52:11 (EDT)
Hoping to find the marriage record/bond for William Jackson who married Leah in Va. They lived in Chesterfield but there is no record there for them marrying, so I hope someone has found it in another county. They got married around 1678. I hope you can help me. Thank you.
Janni Smith Salés <ssales@terra.com.mx>
Mexico City, DF Mexico - Sunday, May 09, 2004 at 21:01:41 (EDT)
Does anyone have any information about the bible which belonged to the family of President Andrew Jackson?
Paula <webblewowzer@aol.com>
Tx USA - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 at 01:40:34 (EDT)
Researching the Thomas Jackson (1720-1790) family from Washington Co, PA. Thomas's childen were David PHILIP 1750-1803; Joseph 1751-1824; Rachel (Mrs John Spiller) Jackson c1755-1808; Benjamin 1761-1824; and William 1765-1843.
Wilma Jackson Scott <willie@certainty.net>
Stoneboro, PA USA - Thursday, April 22, 2004 at 19:04:04 (EDT)
Years ago we received in the family the newspaper clipping of my husbands father joining the service with the headline that "Another Generation of Jacksons Joins the Military". Tracing the family tree this is what I know so if anyone out there can connect it please contact me. I don't have birth records but I will start from the oldest to the youngest. Solomon W Jackson & Susan C. Children: William D Jackson Waitman Jackson James Jackson Jacob Jackson Minnie Jackson Elizabeth C Jackson Buena V Jackson William D and Susan C Jackson Married Children: Harry Rolly Jackson Paul Jackson Freida May Jackson Helen Jackson Harry Rolly Jackson Married Florence Rosetta Hickman children: Charles David Jackson William King Jackson Robert L Jackson James Richard Jackson ALL OF THE PEOPLE ABOVE THE LINE Harry Rolly Jackson JR BORN IN CLARKSBURG, HARRISON CTY Howard Ogden Jackson WEST VIRGINIA. ------------------------------------------------------ William King Jackson married Janelle Shelley Children Gloria Jackson Linda Jackson Thomas Jackson
Cherie Jackson <simivalleyca@sbcglobal.net>
USA - Thursday, April 01, 2004 at 03:09:13 (EST)
I am still looking for the parents of Nancy Ann Jackson. b.1856 Ky. Married James H. Delay b.1849 Ill. in 1874 Crowford Co. Missouri. In 1900 census, they were in Howell Twp. Howell Co, Mo. In 1910 census, they were in Mountain Park Twp, Kiowa Co., Okla. In 1920 census, they were in Tipton Twp., Tillman Co., Okla. They were my GGrandparent. I have a new e-mail addy so thought I would post again. Any help appreciated
Gracie Winters <g.winters@sbcglobal.net>
Newkirk, ok USA - Sunday, March 28, 2004 at 12:36:23 (EST)
Seeking parents and siblings of Cynthia Jackson born @May 1827 , New York near Penn Yan, Yates Co. Ny.died Michigan about 1900 married Salomon(Solomon) Rowell Jan 1846, Cameron Stuben Co. NY. Any help would be appreciated.
Jane Marie Rowell <msroule@aol.com>
Wales Twp., Mi. USA - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 02:27:10 (EST)
Am looking any data on the family of Sophia Jackson's son William Davis who married Lydia Gould. Does anyone know why they went to Illinois? Lydia was a fourth cousin to Joseph Smith, the Mormon founder. He was there then and several other familes in WV who were related to him also went to Ill. Was he the reason they went? DOes anyone know? Thanks, Sylvia Simmons
sylvia simmons <spsgenealogy@aol.com>
Towson, Md USA - Monday, March 08, 2004 at 14:07:37 (EST)
Dear Mr. Hyde: A question has arisen regarding Anna and her husband Emil Shaffner. Were their obituaries ever printed in the "Jackson Brigage Quarterly"? Anna passed away in May 2003 and Emil died in October 2003. I see from your index that Anna is mentioned in 1(1):2. Unfortunately, the Stonewall Jackson House Museum is currently undergoing a renovation project and my back issues of the newsletter are boxed up and packed away. If there is an easy way for you to check the obituaries I would very much appreciate it. Thank you - Megan Megan Haley Newman Curator The Stonewall Jackson House 8 East Washington Street Lexington, VA 24450 (540) 463-2552
Megan H. Newman <curator@stonewalljackson.org>
Lexington, VA USA - Wednesday, March 03, 2004 at 09:43:13 (EST)
My family has some silver piece's with the name "Jackson" on them, so how we might be related to Gen Jackson's family. The silverware, may have been personal silverware belonging to Gen Jackson or something made up for him for military use. Does anyone have any idea's?? There is a story that a "niece" or some relative married into the Jackson family. My great-grandfather was a William Smith, born abt 1822 in Kentucky. His wife's name was "Fanny'. He is recorded in 1870 census of Missouri and the 1880 census of California. Where he died. I have no idea where to start. Pennie Milicevich-Eiben isiscatt@yahoo.com
Pennie Milicevich <isiscatt@yahoo.com>
Sunland, CA USA - Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 16:17:14 (EST)
I am interested in proving Elizabeth Cummins Jackson as a Patriot of the American Revolution. Although she has per reported as a Patriot listed by the NSDAR, she is not listed in their Patriot Index. Does anyone have the proof that she was a Patriot? If you do, please list your sources.
Mary Love Berryman <marylove@tyler.net>
Tyler, TX USA - Sunday, February 08, 2004 at 16:29:29 (EST)
I am a decendent of the Jacksons.My mother was a Butcher.Her parents were Opie and June Butcher. Opies parents were Zeffie(Jackson) and Bert Keister. From my family Records I have found that John Jackson and Elizabeth came to America on a prison ship.
deb arnold <bwd@valkyrie.net>
killbuck, oh USA - Thursday, February 05, 2004 at 21:53:45 (EST)
To anyone that might know, I have been chasing Jacksons for a few years and have managed to get back to about 1820 or so in Dearborn County Indiana. Does anyone know about Jackson lines in Dearborn? I am looking for the parents of Jacob A. Jackson whom I believe was born there about 1818. I have narrowed the possibilities down to a few Jacksons that I am looking at very closely. Enoch, Ezekiel, two Williams, and a Samuel Jackson. I also have strong suspicions that Jennings Jackson was his brother as they migrated together to Owen County sometime before 1850...plus they were both married in Dearborn Co. Jacob married a Thina Conner (d/o George Conner in 1840) and Jennings married a Margaret Henderson in 1836. I have, luckily, found a George C. Jackson (age 8) living in the household of George Conner in 1850...no Jacob or Thina present. The township where they lived at that time was probably Lawrenceburg. If anyone has any knowledge about these persons or can point me in the right direction, I would really appreciate the help. Thanks. Carol Johnson
Carol Johnson <carol67@earthlink.net>
USA - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 14:35:19 (EST)
I am looking for any information about Nancy Ann Jackson (b.oct. 1856. Ky.) Parents B. Tenn. She married James H. DeLay, (b. dec. 1849, Ill.) in 1874-Crawford, Mo. I believe she was my greatgrandmother. Thank you.
Gracie <graciew@poncacity.net>
Newkirk, ok USA - Wednesday, January 07, 2004 at 11:26:27 (EST)
I saw a posting on the Jackson Brigade that I would like to get more information on. Nancy Jackson provided some info on her grandparents, Jacob Jay and Permelia Francis Watson Jackson. Her grandfather, was first married to Margaret Marcelia MCNulty and they had a son John Columbus Jackson. John Columbus Jackson married Susan Hannah Jackson, d/o of Stephen Pomeroy Jackson, a descendant of Edward William Jackson. This line of Jacksons also descends from the Robert Jackson family of Hempstead New York. In her posting, she mentioned that John C. Jackson and his sister Martha were well posted on the family history. I would like to see what other information may be available on John Columbus and his first wife, Susan Hannah. They were married for 20 years and I can't seem to locate any descendants. John Columbus4 Jackson (Jacob Jay3, John2, John1) was born October 14, 1832 in Lewis Co., WV, and died September 05, 1918 near Edminston Stop, Lewis Co., WV. He married (1) Susan Hannah Jackson October 18, 1857 in Lewis Co., (W)V, daughter of Stephen Pomroy & Hannah Jackson. She was born 1838, and died October 05, 1877 in Jane Lew, Lewis Co., WV. He married (2) Phoebe E.A. Kidd 1880 in Lewis Co., WV. She was born October 1854, and died April 06, 1914 near Fairgrounds, Lewis Co., WV. Notes for John Columbus Jackson: John's brother-in-law, James W.C. Miles, married John and Susan. John Jackson family was enumerated in 1880 & 1900 Lewis Co., WV Census. More About John Columbus Jackson: Cemetery: Broad Run Cem., Lewis Co., WV Marriage: October 18, 1857, Lewis Co., (W)VBk5:10 Notes for Susan Hannah Jackson: No issue. Died of consumption. Cemetery: Broad Run Cem., Lewis Co., WV Died: October 05, 1877, Jane Lew, Lewis Co., WV Bk1:97 Marriage: October 18, 1857, Lewis Co., (W)VBk5:10 Notes for Phoebe E.A. Kidd: Phoebe was sister of Dr. T.H. Kidd of Burnsville, Braxton Co., WV and Hon. Robert F. Kidd of Glenville, Gilmer Co., WV. Cemetery: Machpelah Cem., Weston, Lewis Co., WV Children of John Jackson and Phoebe Kidd are: 28 i. Robert Stonewall5 Jackson, born about. April 1881 in Upshur Co., WV; died June 12, 1881 in Lewis Co., WV Bk1:129 (2mo). + 29 ii. Afton Jackson, born January 08, 1883 in Lewis Co., WVBk2:53; died January 16, 1949 in Kanawha Co., WVBk6:28A. 30 iii. Margaret Ireponee Jackson, born April 12, 1889 in Lewis Co . WV; died October 05, 1913 in Lewis Co., WV. Notes for Margaret Ireponee Jackson: Died from typhoid fever. Single Born: April 12, 1889, Lewis Co., WV Bk2:107 Died: October 05, 1913, Lewis Co., WV Bk3:370 + 31 iv. Elena Ruth Jackson, born March 24, 1892 on Rush Run, Lewis Co., WV; died in prob. Charlotte, NC. Thanks, Jerry Gross
Jerald S. Gross <jsgross1@rockemail.com>
Newport News, VA USA - Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 06:50:15 (EST)
I am hoping to find the ancestors of Ervin Jackson, my brick wall. His name may have been William Ervin Jackson, however, he went by Ervin: ERVIN22 JACKSON (JACKSON1) was born August 1836 in Illinois, father from KY mother TN, and died 19 May 1918 in Florence, Williamson Co TX. He married FRANCIS1 V. JOHNSON Bef. 1871 in Robertson Co., TX, daughter of CALVIN2 JOHNSON and MARTHA1 PEYTON. She was born Abt. 1848 in Mississippi, and died 1875 in at childbirth Belle Plain, Callahan Co. TX My ggg-grandfather, Ervin Jackson, b.ca.1830,Ill. first settled in Robertson Co.TX in 1850's. He later lived in Brazos, Callahan, Val Verde, and Sutton Counties. He evidently had a brother who lived in Florence,TX. I have a pension application that says he died in 1918 at the home of his sister-in-law Mrs. Buck Jackson, in Florence, TX. I have always thought Buck may be a nickname because he does not show up on any census. ! Andrew "Buck" Jackson was his brother m. wife was Cornelia Gilbert Coleman, son Samuel Parker Jackson. I wish I could figure out where in Tennessee Buck was from. He ran a commissary in Williamson County during the war for the Confederates.
Angela Dwyer <angeladwyer2003@yahoo.com>
Garland, TX USA - Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 23:56:55 (EST)
I would like to know the parents for Winifred Ellen Jackson (b. about 1829) who married Reverend William Sparks Peterson (b. 9 Nov 1835). She died in 1905. She was said to have been a cousin of Stonewall Jackson, but we don't know the link.
Carol McCoy <Cmccoy3333@aol.com>
Falmouth, ME USA - Friday, December 05, 2003 at 08:16:37 (EST)
In response to the query about the poem regarding the old woman whom Gen Stonewall Jackson protected: It is called "Barbara Frietchie" and was written by John Greenleaf Whittier. It is in the Holt textbook series for 8th graders in California. Email me if you can't find it in a compilation of Whittier's poems. I am an English teacher in California. I tried to email you with no luck. mtdolkas@yahoo.com
M Dolkas <mtdolkas@yahoo.com>
Auburn, CA USA - Thursday, November 13, 2003 at 17:30:18 (EST)
I'm trying to find someone that might know about an old poem about Stonewall Jackson, something about not harming a single hair on the grey haired lady's head. My uncle used to recite it when I was little and now he's gone. Thank you,Bonnie
Bonnie Lemacks <dglemacks@msn.com>
Jonesboro, Ga USA - Friday, November 07, 2003 at 19:21:05 (EST)
My first generation anscestor in this country was Ralph Jackson in Amelia County Virginia. He is said to have come in 1676 or 1677 from Aberford, Yorkshire, England. The Mormon Church has recorded William Jackson as the father of Ralph. That is the only documentation I have found. Is it possible that this William is Anthony William Jackson? Also family oral history said that there is a family realtionship with Stonewall Jackson. I have not been able to trace it. My father resembled Stonewall in looks a great deal but that proves nothing. Can anyone shed knowledge about this double edged swoard? Thanks! Would love to know. Mary Belle J. Stephens
Mary Belle Jackson Stephens <gunston71@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, November 06, 2003 at 15:39:00 (EST)
I am a direct descendent(grandson) of Richard and Anthony Jackson the First and the Second who were all born in Killingswold Grove,Yorkshire,England. These distinguished gentlemen are all the Great Grandfathers of 7th U.S. President Andrew R. Jackson and C.S.A. Lt.General Thomas Jonathon "Stonewall" Jackson who were cousins to each other and myself. I am in fact a "Double" Jackson descendent,as my mother Nadine F. Love was descended from The Loves,Queens,Carneys,Westfalls,Houstons and Regers amongst many, many, others. She was born in Montana(Red Lodge)in 1910 and unknowing married my Jackson father who unbeknownst to either was her distant cousin from Missouri. John J.Jackson Sr. and Elizabeth"Cummins"Jackson,the Great Grandparents of the mighty "Stonewall"are my GGGG Grandparents. In order to clear up the confusion connected to our clan,go to Google and look these queries up; "The McGirty HTML" AND "The Descendents of Richard JACKSON"by Don Norman,and also "The Other Jacksons"by Don Norman,also. These posts will answer all of your questions and take you from the present back 13 generations to where "you all" began.This explains the "Jackson Genealogical Nightmare" that you`d like to "awake" from.Sincerely yours cousins,LIONHEARTS.
Lionhearts <Lionhearts@infowest.com>
Enoch, Utah USA - Thursday, November 06, 2003 at 13:57:37 (EST)
I am searching for information on John Thomas Jackson born approx 1839 and married Margaret Robards born in 1847. I would like to know his ancestors. I was told his father was John Jackson b. 1797 in VA and mother was Lydia b. 1803, but I do not know if this is correct. As children we were told that he was somehow related to "Stonewall" Jackson. John Jackson and Margaret Robards were married in KY. Their children were William, Mollie, Elsie, Gertrude. Any information would be helpful.
nancy brillant <nanbrill@att.net>
USA - Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 14:46:53 (EDT)
Looking for information on the ancesters of Henry Kyd Douglas. He was born 29 Sept. 1840 Shepardstown, Jefferson County, Virginia and died 18 Dec 1903 Shepardstown, Jefferson County, Virginia and buried Ellemwood Cemetery, West Virginia. His father was Robert Douglas and mother was Mary Robertson. Was General Stonewall Jackson's youngest staff member and personal aide. His memoirs were published after the Civil War - "I Rode With Stonewall" - by his nephew John Kyd Beckenbaugh. He lived at Ferry Hill Place across the Potomac River from Shepherdstown, WV. He enlisted in the Confederate Army as a private, rose to Captain, and later Colonel. He was Assistant Inspector General and Assistant Adjudant General on Jackson's staff. After Jackson's death, he was Chief of Staff and Assistant Adjutant General to five Confederate Generals. He was commander of the Light Brigade at Appomattox. His troops were the last to stack arms upon surrender. He was wounded six times and imprisoned twice. He practiced law in Winchester, VA after the war, and later moved his practice to Hagerstown, Maryland. Any help that can be provided would be appreciated James
James S. Harry <j.harry@earthlink.net>
Baltimore, MD USA - Friday, September 12, 2003 at 21:33:22 (EDT)
I am looking for a James Jackson - b abt 1830 in what is now West Virginia - it was Virginia at the time of his birth. My James was born in the same town as Stonewall and is alleged to be his 2nd cousin. James went at some point to Quincy IL and became a Methodist circuit rider (preacher), married and was divorced (?) from Mary Jane Gallagher Monteith there after birth of two sons. Possibly returned to Illinois????
Roseanne Parino <rep20933@pacbell.net>
Agoura Hills, CA USA - Tuesday, September 09, 2003 at 12:12:28 (EDT)
I'm looking for relatives of Henry and Eliza Jackson that appear in the 1850 Bienville Parish, Louisiana Census. It states they were both from NC. He was age 29 and she was age 27 making Henry's birthday approx 1821 and Eliza's approx 1823. They had the following children in the 1850 Census: Leonadus, Nancy, John (age 1) was my gggrandfather. Eliza's maiden name MAY be Sims but I have never been able to document their marriage. The "recurring" family names are John Jackson, Henry Jackson, Leonard Jackson, Wesley Jackson etc. The "recurring" female names are Mary, Annie, Ruth, Martha, etc. This family is related to the Henry Cook Taylor family of Natchitoches, LA as well as the Joslin Jones family who intermarried and started a Presbyterian Church in Red River Parish, Louisiana. The majority of the Jackson family still lives around this area in Louisiana. Any help with tracing to North Carolina would be much appreciated. Lynette Jackson Pate
Lynette Jackson Pate <lpate1411@aol.com>
Houston , TX USA - Friday, September 05, 2003 at 00:22:49 (EDT)
Hi my name is juan i was hoping that someone might know some information on Eliza jackson who was born in louisiana she is my mothers great great grandmother and we have been told that she is related to President Andrew Jackson she had a couple of brothers names burle jackson and richard jackson and all we know is that they would be his brothers children but were not sure. When Eliza got married she went by the name Eliza jackson evans and she had my moms grandfather Alexander cornelious evans. We are a African american family so records might be limited but i was hoping someone might at least be familiar with these names thank you
juan castille <leo28802000@yahoo.com>
berkeley, ca USA - Friday, August 08, 2003 at 15:50:13 (EDT)
Oops, should read Andrew Clinton Friend not Jackson
Colleen Haseltine <colleenhas@yahoo.com>
Marietta, GA USA - Monday, July 14, 2003 at 19:06:41 (EDT)
I am looking for the family of Zuriah Sue Jackson who was married to Andrew Clinton Jackson. Some of family history states that she was a child of John Jackson. (relative of Stonewall) Is this just family lore? thanks for your assistance in advance
Colleen Haseltine <colleenhas@yahoo.com>
Marietta, GA USA - Monday, July 14, 2003 at 19:05:19 (EDT)
Family history claims relation to General Jackson. Does any Jackson researchers have a connection to Fishback. I have gotten back to 1803, William Henry Jackson and his parents are only known to me as Jackson/Fishback. According to my grandmother's diary, his family was killed by Indians in the war of 1812, in PA. If only I had asked questions of my grandmother before she died in 1944, but I was only 11 years old.William Henry Jackson had a son: James "Jim" Jackson b. abt 1825 in Marion Co., IN His children: Margaret E.JACKSON Morrison, Mary F. JACKSON Mayo, Alonzo B. Jackson, Henry O. "Hank" Jackson, James H. Jackson, Marion F. Jackson, Albert E. Jackson. William Henry Jackson also had a daughter that married Karstetter. If you think you have a connection, please e-mail me. Lorene
Lorene Strano <MrsVLS@aol.com>
Homestead, FL USA - Monday, June 30, 2003 at 23:05:01 (EDT)
Another Jackson relative? Why else would every male in my family have Jackson as part of their name : ) Me - adopted & blood relatives not able to help with info. Want so much to provide a "family history" for my children. Does anyone know of a Jackson descendant marrying a Sanders? Names I know: Gfather Earl Jackson Sanders, his parents Pearl & Gdaddy Doc (sorry no legal name). I had a G uncle Eugene Jackson Sanders in the Atlanta area until a few years back. I am lost between Stonewall's g chilgren & not knowing my gg fathers legal name. Thank you.
Kim Stewart <uluru@usa.com>
Huntersville, NC USA - Sunday, June 29, 2003 at 15:25:07 (EDT)
I am trying to find ANYONE who may have a photo of my greatgrandmother, Ida Jane Jackson, who was the daughter of Sylvester and Delilah Jane (JACKSON)JAckson. Also, any thing of Delelah would be wonderful. Ida died at age 31 when my grandmother was a year old and it was always her wish to see her mother. She passed that desire along to me. She passed away last March at age 97, having outlived her husband and 5 children-what a happy day when she finally met her mom after 96 years!!!!!!!!! I have lineage, hoping for picture.
Sherri Anderson <sherrilynne78@hotmail.com>
Webster Springs, WV USA - Friday, June 27, 2003 at 01:14:51 (EDT)
Our family lore claims a relationship with Stonewall Jackson's Irish family. Is there any new discussion of the family of John Jackson(1716-1801), particularly his parents, siblings, or ancestors? My ancestor, Samuel Jackson, age 15, came to New York City in May of 1848 from Liverpool. His parents, John and Eliza Jackson lived in Ireland and died about 1847. Still looking for details. Thanks, Fred Jackson
Fred Jackson <f293@earthlink.net>
Houston, TX USA - Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 16:29:28 (EDT)
Looking for any info on my Jackson relatives,Who settled in Iowa in the mid 1800's, here is some info I have: Jacob Jackson born abt.1786 somewhere in PA.His son Willian Jackson, born 19 Oct 1810 in Ohio,Married Lydia Kirkpatrick,Guernsey Co.OH. on 8 Dec 1831. Their son ,my great grandfather,Wm. Andrew Jackson, born IL. abt 1850, He married Maroa Bush,in Winnebago CO IL. on 2 Feb 1876. Later all this family moved to Bremer CO. Iowa, near Plainfield. My grandmother, Hattie Mae, was Born 5 June 1881 in Plainfield,IA.She had a brother maybe two years older named (Abram)Clifford, born also in IA.Any Info greatly appreciated.
Terrence L. Hoffman <t5563th@charter.net>
Janewsville, WI. USA - Monday, June 23, 2003 at 13:04:57 (EDT)
My great great grandmother Margaret Jackson, was born January 27, 1848 in PA. She married Charles Wallace in 1867 and settled in Oakdale, PA. She declared that we were related to Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson. But, I don't know how? She was 15 years old when General Stonewall Jackson died. Since they lived in the north, her family tried to keep them being related a secret. Please help!!
Barb Bentrem <bb21@allvantage.com>
PA USA - Wednesday, June 04, 2003 at 23:32:23 (EDT)
Can anyone tell me who Pattie Jones BAXTER was and how she was the neice of General Jackson? She was born 05/04/1856 in Raliegh, TN and died 10/26/1930. Her fathers name was E. H. BAXTER. Pattie married William Porter about 1872. In her obituary it states that "She was the niece of General Stonewall Jackson of the civil war." Can anyone help me clear up this problem? Please Help!
Carol Flack <carolnflk@Yahoo.com>
Shreveport, La USA - Monday, June 02, 2003 at 22:10:30 (EDT)
I was wondering if anybody might have some info on a Harriet Jackson born abt 1780 in Virginia, married a Joshua A Short born abt 1780 married 4/1/1800 one of their children Jacob Joshua Short married Rosana Plumlee. We were told that Henrietta is first cousin to President Andrew Jackson but I have not been able to prove this is true Do you have any knowledge of this. I do not have her parents names or of any siblings for her Any Help will be greatly appreciated Thank you the following was written by Calliee Stewat, whose mother Margaret Dica Gray, whose mother was Henrietta Jackson Short, who was the daughter or Jacob Joshua Short who was the son of Henrietta Jackson My grandfather, JAMES WILLIAM GRAY, was born 2 Aug 1841, in Warren County, KY. and died 16 April in Benton, Franklin County, II. He came to II. as a young man. He enlisted in the Union Army and served all during the Civil War in Company C, 18th II. Inf When home on furlough, he married HENRIETTA JACKSON SHORT, 17 May 1864. Henrietta was born in Jackson County, Tn., the daughter of JACOB JOSHUA and ROSANNA PLUMLEE SHORT, 30 Nov 1839 and died in Benton, Franklin County, II., 25 Mar 1929. Her paternal grandmother, HENRIETTA JACKSON, was a first cousin to President ANDREW JACKSON
Marilyn Miller <grandchildren8@alltel.net>
Jasper, ffl USA - Friday, May 16, 2003 at 08:44:08 (EDT)
I am looking for any information on Stokley Jackson..I know he had a son named Byron Stonewall Jackson...Do not know his parentage...Thanks for any help...Tom Shaw
Tom Shaw <gallileo60@hotmail.com>
Texas City, TX USA - Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 19:36:09 (EDT)
Seeking information on ggrandfather,Willard Jay Jackson, estimated birth 1840-1870 possibly in Montana. Also, ggrandmother, Mary Alice Jennings, est. birth 1850-1870 in PA
Nancy Van <nancyvan@earthlink.net>
- Sunday, April 27, 2003 at 13:21:30 (EDT)
I am a descendant of Landon and John Carter of VA. Living in the hosuehold of my gggrandfather Landon and Ann Eliza(beth) Tripplett Carter in 1850 census was Thomas W. NEALE, Daingerfield Fauntleroy NEALE, Emily L. NEALE, Betsy M. NEALE. They are the children of Ann's siter Catherine Mary Triplett who m. William Van Dyke NEALE. I know that Stonewall Jackson's mother was Julia Beckwith NEALE. They too are intertwined in the Carter family. Do these names sound familar to anyone? I'm trying to find out how my NEALE's are related to Julia Bekwith NEALE, both in the Carter family . Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Mary Schroeder <yanknrebel@cs.com>
Atoka, TN USA - Monday, April 14, 2003 at 12:57:21 (EDT)
I am looking for the family members related to Renfroe Jackson born in Atlanta Georgia March 17. 1910, he was my father. I have an infant silver cup that says Henry R. Jackson Junior 1880, which I assume belonged to his father, though I'm not sure. My father died in 1970 in Norwich N.Y. His mother was Lolly Greene later married to Reed Turner of Norwich NY. If you are a member of this Jackson family branch please contact me. Thanks so much
Vanessa Jackson <sevgiligirl@aol.com>
Monterey, CA USA - Saturday, April 12, 2003 at 22:37:03 (EDT)
Stonewall Jackson's mother was Julia Beckwith Neale Jackson. How come we never hear anything about the Neale side of his family? I would like to hear from someone that is interested or knows anything about the Neale family. Thanks, Sonny.
Sonny Johnson <sonnyloj@charter.net>
Jackson, TN. USA - Tuesday, April 08, 2003 at 16:02:04 (EDT)
Seeking info on Edward/Edmond Jackson b. late 1600's. Also info on any other Jackson immigration from Ireland/England in 1600's. Oh, and does anyone know exactly where the Jackson surname originates??? I have been told Ireland, Scotland and England. HELP!
Rebecca B Jackson <msrbeccab@hotmail.com>
Seattle, Wa USA - Friday, April 04, 2003 at 17:09:06 (EST)
I have a newspaper article written about Mrs. Martha (Mattie) Fackler, (daughter of Andrew and Druzilla Friend) when she celebrated her 90th birthday. The records I have state she was borm in 1871 and died in 1963. After Mattie and her husband, Clarence E. Fackler, were married, they took a cousin of her husband, my Grandfather (Isaac Jay Young) to raise. The article states, "Mattie's grandmother was a first cousin to the noted 'Stonewall' Jackson. Her father fought in the Union Army during the Civil War". I do not know her Grandmother's maiden name. Can anyone help me place Mattie in relation with "Stonewall" Jackson?
Alice Young <drose16@columbus.rr.com>
- Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 21:34:26 (EST)
I am trying to find any information about a John A. Jackson born around 1868. He married Ellen P. Lockhart. If anyone knows about his parents I would be grateful. Thank you
kathy <adobemoon@montrose.net>
montrose, co USA - Friday, March 07, 2003 at 00:48:50 (EST)
I am looking for James Jackson If I am right he should have been born in Tennessee 1830 He married Nancy Lee.
Rita <rkclink@aol.com>
Riv, ca USA - Tuesday, March 04, 2003 at 15:02:09 (EST)
It has been told to me that I am the great great great great grandson of General Thomas "Stonewall" Jonathan Jackson. I have always wondered if this is indeed true. Is there any way for you to help me find out? The relation is on my mothers side (Jones family in Georgia. My grandfather was Enoch Posey Jones. He died on April 17, 1979 in Atlanta, Georgia. I think he was born in Atlanta. Thanks for any help you can provide. Mike Ashley
Michael Troy Ashley <mashley@gwhm.com>
Kansas City, MO USA - Friday, February 28, 2003 at 16:00:22 (EST)
I'm told that I am a descendant of Stonewall Jackson; however, my Parents died when I was still young, so my information is very sketchy. In the very cemetery in which they're buried are the gravesites of some Jacksons & Cooks. These may be relatives of Bertha Margaret Cook. Is anyone familiar with this branch of the family tree? I'll list what I know, and if anyone can help piece together the information, it would be much appreciated. My Father was Roy Jack Mitchell, Sr. My Grandmother was Leila (Jackson?) Mitchell. I *think* my Grandfather's name was Victor Mitchell, but I'm not sure.
Roy Mitchell <roy@roymitchell.com>
Oxford, AL USA - Monday, February 24, 2003 at 23:54:52 (EST)
I am looking for information about a Nancy Jackson Cook, mother of Micajah Jackson, who is my husband's gg grandfather. They lived in Indiana most of their lives, but came from North Carolina, Wilkes County, in abouy 1820, the same year Micajah was born. Micajah died in Hamilton County in 1890. I have found no mention of Micajah's father. His mother Nancy married Richard Cook in 1826 in Fatette County Indiana. I know Nancy is his mother because she signed his marriage license. Please contact me if you have any information about these people. Thank You, Nila
Nila Overdorf <overdorf@tiptontel.com>
Tipton, in USA - Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 16:11:52 (EST)
Tracing family history, need information on the Clark, Jackson, Lewis, Conner and Richard families in the Morgantown, Clarksburg or surrounding areas of West Virginia. Names of Fannie Alice Jackson or William Jackson, Mary Blanche Jackson Clark, Austin Clark, Grover Conner (worked for the railroad around Morgantown) married Rosemarie Clark. Austin Clark had brothers and sisters, Raymond, and Beluah. Anyone with information please contact me at jjohnso2@wvu.edu.
Janet Elaine Warnick, Johnson <jjohnso2@wvu.edu>
Morgantown, WV USA - Thursday, February 13, 2003 at 11:30:32 (EST)
Looking for persons knowing of family history for Mary Blanche Jackson Clark, Daughter of Frannie Jackson and William Jackson. Had a son, David William Clark, Nellie Irene, RoseMarie, Donald and two children who died, Edward Clark and Lucretia Clark. They were related to the Lewis Family.
Janet Elaine Warnick Johnson <jjohnso2@wvu.edu>
Morgantown, WV USA - Thursday, February 13, 2003 at 11:22:38 (EST)
Info. on Rebecca A. Jackson B.3/8/1838 M.Jefferson Ray 1/31/1861 D.2/27/1911 Macon,Missouri.
A. Ray <daddy82941@netscape.net>
IL USA - Tuesday, February 11, 2003 at 04:58:50 (EST)
I really enjoyed your site. Thanks
Samantha Williams <willsam911@yahoo.com>
USA, none USA - Monday, February 10, 2003 at 01:07:48 (EST)
I am looking for descendents of Rebecca Jackson M. and George White in Harrison County Va. Now West Virginia. Dec 19, 1811. Can you help????
Kathy Jackson <kdrake51@hotmail.com>
Parkersburg, WV USA - Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 11:29:54 (EST)
Hi I am looking for descendents of Rebecca Jackson and George B. White. Especially David Jackson White whom is one of their sons. Can anyone help? Please.......
Kathy Jackson <kdrake51@hotmail.com>
Parkersburg, WV USA - Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 10:46:39 (EST)
I have been told all my life that I am related to Ol' Stonewall through my great grandmother, Vivian Jackson -- birth/death date unknown -- would likely have been 1880-1890 or somewhere therebouts. She married a German immigrant named Wilhelm or William ("Bill") Herman and settled in Evansville, IN. They had two sons -- "Jack" (I'm assuming short for Jackson) and Arthur (1914-1992) who was my grandfather.
Katy Clyde <catclyde@bellsouth.net>
Ft. Polk, LA USA - Wednesday, February 05, 2003 at 01:30:51 (EST)
Would appreciate any ancestors of Andrew J. Jackson m Matilda Comer. Born early 1800's. S.C. or Ga. Son William J. Jackson b.Jan. 1847 d.Oct. 1924. Have descendants to share.
w.s.Jackson <sjackson@fairfieldi.com>
Carroll, OH USA - Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 17:18:10 (EST)
My great-grandmother was named Cynthia Jackson. She was born in Lowell,OH. I do not know her parents name. She told us that Stonewall Jackson visited her on numerous occasions and that she had furniture from his boyhood home. She married a Charles Henniger who fought in the civil war. Papers found on the Henniger lineage had stated that Cynthia's line was that of Stonewall Jackson. If you could give me some direction, I would greatly appreciate it. Yours sincererly, John Jackson Davis
Dr. John Jackson Davis <RDJDLD@AOL.COM>
Troutville, Va USA - Sunday, February 02, 2003 at 12:16:19 (EST)
I think, by all the sources I've been able to check, that I am related distantly to John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins. My Grandmother's maiden name was Leota Pearl Jackson, daughter of Enoch Jackson and Isabelle America Kelsey, Enoch's Father was Jacob Jackson and Mother was Mary Donnelly. Jacob's Father was Samuel H. Jackson and Mother was Barbara Reger. Samuel's Father was John Jackson and Mother was Elizabeth Cummins. If all this can be confirmed in your records, I would really appreciate the information. So far I have checked three online sources and two books and they all say the same thing with a few variations in dates. I would also like to know what written sources I can check for further information. Thank you so much. Carol Johnson carol67@earthlink.net
Carol Johnson <carol67@earthlink.net>
Carpentersville, IL USA - Friday, January 31, 2003 at 18:35:45 (EST)
Looking for information on Robert H. Jackson. He was born about 1838-41 in Georgia, and married Mary McAlister on 5/1/1859 in Tippah County, MS. According to 1880 census from McNairy TN, both his father and mother were botn in Georgia. Robert and Mary had the following children (that I know about): Francis J., born around 1861 in Alabama; William W., born around 1865 in AL; Martha J., born around 1865 in AL and who married James David McCarter in about 1887; Sarah, born about 1869 in MS; Claiborne Owen, born 10/21/1871 in Corinth, MS and who married Lillis Rebecca Bumpus; Luticia A., born about 1873 in MS and who may have married a Dodson; Josephine, born around 1876 in MS and who married W.G. Null; Jesse P., born around 1879 and Thomas (I believe born after 1880).
Rebecca Smith <SBKkitty@adelphia.net>
USA - Saturday, January 18, 2003 at 18:41:05 (EST)
Among my grandmother’s papers were a few sentences saying her grandmother, Ann Cordelia JACKSON (Hurst) – 1833 to 1920 - was related to Stonewall Jackson: “They looked so much alike.” Whether this is true or not, she must have believed it. While I’d love to find a connection to Stonewall, I am more interested in following the line in general. Some data is family lore and some has been documented: William JACKSON, SR. b. London, Eng., unproven. Family lore says this Jackson fought in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Truth: he was still living in 1832. In a letter dated 1832 from William Edward Stewart to his Uncle WM. JACKSON, JR. c/o JAMES JACKSON in Portsmouth/Norfolk, VA, he mentions that Wm., Sr. wrote his family a letter. Family notes say Wm. Jackson, Sr., was “of London, England, and ______Stanford of ____N. Carolina.” Son – WM. JACKSON, JR. b. Phila., PA 1801-1804; unproven; d. 30 Aug. 1885; buried Loudon Park Memorial Cemetery, Section U, Plot 191, Balt., MD. Lived at Market St., Portsmouth, VA 1831 & 1832. Listed in 1860 Petersburg, Dinwiddie Co., VA Census; m. The North Western Reformed Church, New York City, NY 18 June 1826 Hannah Eliza Rosecrans. All above documented. Wm. Jackson, Jr. lineage, mostly documented but in need of additions & corrections: Descendants of William Jackson 1 William Jackson 1801 - 1885 .. +Hannah Eliza Rosecrans 1800 - 1875 .....2 Jane Eliza Jackson 1830 - 1914 ........+Peter Powell 1828 - 1897 ...........3 Herbert Rosecrans Powell 1862 - 1898 ...........3 Caroline Oswald Leigh Powell 1874 - 1948 ..............+James Munroe Butt Eaton 1879 - 1960 ................4 Charlotte Eaton 1905 - 1996 ...................+Blotz ................4 Margaret Jackson Eaton 1907 - 1983 ...................+Alexander Taylor Mayo 1906 - 1983 ................4 James Powell Eaton 1909 - 2000 ...................+Lucille Tinder ..... 2 Anne Cordelia Jackson 1833 - 1920 ......... +Edward Hurst 1821 - 1855 ............3 Mary Eliza Hurst 1847 - ................+Henry Hunter Denning 1838 - ...................4 Harry J. Denning 1871 - ......................+Eva Mae Ward 1872 - ...................4 Mamie Gordon Denning 1873 - ......................+Martui ...................4 Daisy Hunter Denning 1876 - ......................+Magee ...................4 Mabel Hurst Denning 1878 - ......................+Tucker ...................4 Bessie Agnes Denning 1879 - ......................+J. Windsor Passwater 1876 - ...................4 Sidney Mortimer Denning 1882 - ............3 Annie Frances Hurst 1849 - 1944 ...............+Richard Robinson Campbell 1837 - 1914 ...................4 Annie Bertha Campbell 1871 - ......................+Albert M. Peterson ...................4 Carrie Frances Campbell 1873 - 1896 ......................+James M. Clarke 1870 - ...................4 George Walter Campbell 1876 - 1933 ......................+Margaret Corbett ...................4 Laura Eleanor Stewart Campbell 1879 - 1970 ...................4 Arthur Allan Campbell 1881 - 1969 ......................+Mary Cecelia Carley 1880 - 1964 ...................4 Clinton Mather Campbell 1884 - 1948 ......................+Caroline Augusta Weber 1886 - 1985 ...................4 Edna Selina Campbell 1887 - 1976 ..................... +William Carleton Freeman 1879 - 1962 ............3 Robert LeRoy Hurst 1852 - 1916 ............3 William Edward Hurst 1853 - 1933 ...............+Mary Agnes ...................4 Thomas Jackson Hurst ..... 2 Cupid Murray Jackson 1835 - ......... +Susan C. Hughes 1837 - ............3 Charles Murray Jackson - 1919 ...............+Sarah E. Keene 1854 - 1904 ...................4 Lulu Mignotte Jackson 1876 - 1958 ......................+Charles Henry Baker Erdman 1873 - 1933 ...................4 Charles Murray Jackson 1882 - 1952 ............3 Ella M. Jackson 1861 - ...............+poss. McCloud? ...................4 George McCloud ............3 Waverly Lee Jackson 1866 - 1944 ...............+Amelia Minnie Becker 1868 - 1945 ...................4 Helen Lee Jackson 1890 - 1970 .......................+William Independence McCoy ...................4 Edna Amelia Jackson 1895 - 1918 ......................+George L. Miller ...................4 Margaret Evelyn Jackson 1901 - 1997 ......................+Dwight Leo Briscoe 1897 – I’ve more generations as well as data for many of the above people in VA and MD. Am starting to believe that Cupid M. Jackson & Charles Murray Jackson were the same person. Have data to support the idea. Hope someone is related and can add to the ancestors info. Thanks, Brooke
Brooke Fry <leo711@angelfire.com>
Phoenixville, PA USA - Friday, December 13, 2002 at 22:02:53 (EST)
David Jackson born August 1, 1793. Wife Jane _____born Feb 19, 1801. Resided in Overton County NC. Children: Winney, Susannah, Dolenson, Josiah, John, Sarah, Thomas. Have been unable to deterine parents of David or Jane's maiden name. Both supposedly were born in NC and may have married there. Any help appreciated
beaujolais49 <beaujolais49@aol.com>
USA - Sunday, December 08, 2002 at 19:15:38 (EST)
do you have any information about a russian-african-american named Lester Jackson? thanks.
malcolm <mofreek2003@yahoo.com>
USA - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 03:25:33 (EST)
Am looking for information on my mother's family heritage. Her father was Charles Lewis Jackson of Lewis County, WV, who died in 1970 in Jane Lew, WV. His brothers included Jesse (of California), Laco, and Roscoe Jackson. His sisters included Arvilla Woofter (of Lewis Cty) who lived to age 101. We celebrated Arvilla's 100th birthday at Jackson's Mill 8 years ago. If you have information to help my search, I would be much obliged.
David Lewis Polan <dpolan@cinci.rr.com>
Mason, OH USA - Sunday, December 01, 2002 at 19:01:38 (EST)
Stonewall Jackson's mother was Julia Beckwith Neale Jackson. How come we never hear anything about the Neale side of his family? I would like to hear from someone that is interested or knows anything about the Neale family. Thanks, Sonny.
Sonny Johnson <sonnyloj@charter.net>
Jackson, TN USA - Saturday, November 30, 2002 at 15:41:53 (EST)
Hi, i am looking for a robert e jackson born 1817 in harrison co wv.
Linda Jackson Dunn <coolerman85@aol.com>
fairmont, wv USA - Thursday, November 28, 2002 at 19:19:51 (EST)
i think your wrong on where stonewall was born,where i live is the place of his birth its in the birches co armagh northern ireland,he was of presbyterain stock what we call an ulsterscot just like davy crockett.i 8ope i was in some help to you
jonathan neill <www.jgersneill@hotmail.com/>
belfast, ni uk - Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 12:31:05 (EST)
My great grandmother's name was Sarah A. Jackson. She was born in Maryland in 1850. Her parents names were Andrew Jackson and Rachael Barton. Possibly siblings of Sarah could be Eliza, Mary, George, Alexander. A 1860 Census of Pikesville area of Maryland show these children of Rachael Jackson. From church records, I found the same names at the Woodberry church in same area. Sarah A. married WM. H. Arthur and Eliza married Samuel O. Mummert. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Arlene in PA arlnlr@aol.com
Arlene Larson <arlnlr@aol.com>
Lancaster, pa USA - Tuesday, November 26, 2002 at 00:28:11 (EST)
MASSILLON, OH USA - Tuesday, November 19, 2002 at 12:38:51 (EST)
Elizabeth Jackson, b. abt. 1802 in Va., Married James Lemmons in Bath Co., Va., in 1824. Moved and settled in the Lewis and Upshur Co. area in the 1840s. I'm very interested in discussing who Elizabeth's parents may have been. It has been a brickwall for many years.
Cara <grider@c2i2.com>
Sierra Vista, Az USA - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 17:04:11 (EST)
Addition info to Brick Wall Jackson Brigade query preceding this: 1880 census of Union Co OH lists Madora Franklin, wife of Asal, as born in VA,parents same; their two sons also in home,John W. age 7 and William H age 4. In 1900 census Asa Franklin is listed in Champaign Co,OH in Rush Twp as born in "Old Virginia",same for parents; Medora his wife born Oct 1847, age 52, from OH and her father from "O.Virginia" and mother OH. William Franklin born Sept 1875/OH is also listed in 1900 census Champaign Co,OH, Rush Twp with wife Carrie;father OH,mother VA;daughter Pearl born June 1899. In 1910 Ohio Miracode Index Asa Franklin is listed as 69 from OH, living in Milford Center, Unio Co,OH with wife "DORA", age 62 born in VA and g'd's Pearl age 10 and Lereda age 9.
Marda Godsey <Mardalee123@aol.com>
USA - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 20:30:08 (EST)
Addition info to Brick Wall Jackson Brigade query preceding this: 1880 census of Union Co OH lists Madora Franklin, wife of Asal, as born in VA,parents same; their two sons also in home,John W. age 7 and William H age 4. In 1900 census Asa Franklin is listed in Champaign Co,OH in Rush Twp as born in "Old Virginia",same for parents; Medora his wife born Oct 1847, age 52, from OH and her father from "O.Virginia" and mother OH. William Franklin born Sept 1875/OH is also listed in 1900 census Champaign Co,OH, Rush Twp with wife Carrie;father OH,mother VA;daughter Pearl born June 1899. In 1910 Ohio Miracode Index Asa Franklin is listed as 69 from OH, living in Milford Center, Unio Co,OH with wife "DORA", age 62 born in VA and g'd's Pearl age 10 and Lereda age 9.
Marda Godsey <Mardalee123@aol.com>
USA - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 20:30:06 (EST)
Brick Wall Jackson Brigade--we're a clan to ourselves, it appears! I gave up the search for family lore ties to Stonewall and am still floundering. My PGGF George Washington Jackson married Frances Ann Bickers in Phillips Co, AR in 1858; he is listed there in 1870 census as 47 y/o wagonmaker, blind, from VA; wife Frances, 32,from TN; son G.F, 11;son John A. 10; daughter O. A. (Ophelia Ann);son Edgar W, age 6 (who died in OH in 1915); son Wm A. 4. I can not find GGF George anywhere in 1880. I have pre WWII letters from Columbus State Hosp (those documents no longer exist) saying that Frances A Jackson from TN with children of approp. age range was admitted from Union Co OH 1879 from grief following death of her husband. I find "Ofelia Jaxson" age 18 from AR/father from VA,mother TN in 1880 census,Union Co,OH as "cousin";household of Asal Franklin 39 born OH and wife MADORA age 32 born VA. I find Acil Franklin married Madora Jackson 25 Dec 1871 in Delaware Co,OH. I find an Ed Jackson age 16,from VA/mother TN as farm laborer in Union Co in household of Thomas Biddle. I suspect that MADORA Jackson Franklin is neice of my GGF George W. Jackson and wonder if ANYONE has ideas who her father might be? I was always told that my GGF's father was also named George and was from Fauquier Co, VA. My PGF traveled in add. to AR and OH to TX, MO,IA,KS,OK, and Dakota's apparently "following the fields" and loving to meander. He was said to be articulate, good singing voice, argumentive over principles, one of Jackson's said in our family to be "marry late and die young." Appreciate any clues to my brick wall Jacksons.
Marda Godsey <Mardalee123@aol.com>
Elizabethtown, KY USA - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 20:13:27 (EST)
I am looking for the ancestry of my maternal grandmother, Emma Madeline (Jackson) McGhee Ragland. She was born in Richmond Va on 4 Oct 1900 and died in Richmond Va on 7 July 1977. She is interred in Oakland Cemetery. Her father was Patrick Henry Jackson born in Henrico Co. Va on 27 May 1860 and died in Richmond Va on 12 Mar 1936. He is interred in Oakland Cemetery. He married Alice Virginia Mann on 24 Dec 1883 in Henrico Co., Va. His father is A.S. Jackson who married an Ophelia A., maiden named unknown, but it is possible that she herself was born a Jackson. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could help me link my line to this wonderful website.
Kathy J. Hess <ancestral_light@yahoo.com>
Reading, PA USA - Saturday, October 19, 2002 at 14:31:55 (EDT)
Looking for kin. William Jackson, Jonesbough TN, Nathan Eugine Jackson & Etta Sue Jackson, Jake Jackson, Kate JacksonVirdy Jackson, Conrad (Cun) Jackson, Sally Jackson, Ola Jackson, Pearl (Saylor) and Jim Jackson, Dove Jackson. Oh yeh, I am also related to stonewall Jackson, one busy fellow!
Lawrence Elbert Jackson Jr <kenadyjackson@earthlink.net>
Ventura , CA USA - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 02:23:32 (EDT)
Looking for info on John Goodloe Jackson and his descendants. He was born 7 March 1857, died 3 Dec 1949. He is the son of Jame William Jackson and Sallie(or Sarah) Ann Goodloe. He was married evidently twice. First marriage to Annie Neely in 1879 and second to Martha Jane Bassel on 15 Jan 1880 in Mt Clare, WV. John and Martha had from what I can find two children: James Henry Jackson, born 1 Nov 1881 and Stephen Goodloe Jackson born 6 March 1884, died 3 Jan 1922. I believe P.A. Jackson may also be a child of John and Martha.
Jerry Gross <jsgross1@rocketmail.com>
Newport News, VA USA - Tuesday, October 15, 2002 at 09:14:07 (EDT)
I have been in search of information concerning my heritage and possible link to Stonewall Jackson. Unfortunately, my dad has Alzheimer's Disease and cannot help me too much with details. I do know the following...I have a bible from my father's family which dates back to 1891. It is a family bible that connects my family to either Stonewall (or Andrew) Jackson, my Mom can't remember which one it is! The Bible is very large 12-14 inches in height and approx. 8 inches in width. The name on the side binding is "The Pronouncing Parallel Bible". It was presented from Rev. William A. Jackson who was the son of David and Mary Jackson and he was born 12-31-1828. Rev. Jackson and his wife Alice S. Jackson gave the bible to my great-great grandfather, William Markwood Jackson I (who married Bertha McKinney on 6/18/1891). William Markwood Jackson was born in La Salle County, Illinois on 7/3/1866. I wanted to see if the bible could be archived with other family heirlooms. It is in fairly good shape but definitely needs to be preserved to keep it's wonderful history. It contains full page color pictures of scenes from the bible and it has pictures in the back of family members. I also have an article dated 2/9/1910 from "The Religious Telescope" which contains the obituary of Reverand William A. Jackson with various details of his life. My grandmother also gave me a picture of Rev. W. A. Jackson with best friend Bishop Markwood (hence the family middle name of my great-grandfather, my Dad and myself. Any info you can give me or any direction would be greatly appreciated!! Wendy Markwood Jackson Leone
Wendy Markwood Jackson-Leone <LizardBL@aol.com>
Douglassville, Pa USA - Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 12:49:16 (EDT)
Where can I find Julia Beckwith Neale family history? My GGrandmother was Bettie Ann Elizabeth Neale and she was kin to the Neales in the Jackson family. Thanks Sonny.
Sonny Johnson <sonnyloj@charter.net>
Jackson, TN USA - Tuesday, October 01, 2002 at 00:27:59 (EDT)
I am looking for any info on the jackson family from greenbrier river in west virginia. my grandfather was homer jackson and he married lillion jefferson and they had 5 children. jim, irene,mary,ida and bonnie. homers dad was preston jackson. preston brothers and sisters were tom,albert,francis, emma. my grandfather was born 1898 and died feb 6, 1986 in ohio. my mother bonnie was born and raised in fourstates, west virginia. my mother always talked about my grandpa going to a family reunion near charleston w.v. if anyone has any info please e-mail me please. i have been searching and searching and can't seem to find anything. my mom doesn't know much about her family.thank you tish.
Patricia Ashcraft <PAshc80935@aol.com>
Wallace, w.v USA - Sunday, September 22, 2002 at 09:57:23 (EDT)
FAIRMONT, WV USA - Thursday, September 12, 2002 at 08:34:30 (EDT)
ELY, NV USA - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 01:56:30 (EDT)
Seeking information on Francina Kerr parents. Francina was born 15 Feb 1828,cecil County,Maryland. Married Joseph Stebbing 18 Nov 1847 in Port Deposit,Cecil County.Died 25 Nov 1885 and buried in W. Nottingham Cem/,Cecil County,Maryland. Francina was raised by Sarah Patten of Liberty Grove, Maryland.
richard stebbing <rstebbingsprint6@earthlink.net>
bountiful, Ut USA - Tuesday, September 03, 2002 at 17:35:12 (EDT)
WOOSTER, OH USA - Saturday, August 10, 2002 at 01:26:36 (EDT)
i have recently learned of a "family legend" on my mother's side of the family (!) anyway, the story goes that there is a family relationship between my gg Grandmother (Catherine Jackson) and my ggg Grandfather (Thomas Jackson) and Stonewall Jackson. Catherine Jackson was supposedly born in Pennsylvania, and died in West Virgina. can anyone place the following people into the Jackson/Cummins family line? 1) Thomas Jackson b.UNKNOWN d.UNKNOWN (m.UNKNOWN Jane Findley b.UNKNOWN d.UNKNOWN) 2) Catherine Jackson b.1854 d.1935 (m.1875 John J. King b.1854 d.1948) thanks in advance for any information. i cannot find a relationship within the various Stonewall Jackson websites, but those generally exclude Stonewall's uncles/aunts (and their progeny) & great uncles/great aunts (and their progeny) from the information that they provide.
Gray Creager <ghciv@yahoo.com>
USA - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 01:40:47 (EDT)
William Vanderwater Jackson b 27 Oct 1804 Buckannon, Upshire Co.,WV is the son of Henry Jackson b 10 Jun 1774. Henry is the son of John Jackson b 1716 (grandfather of "Stonewall" Jackson. Does anyone have additional information on William Vanderwater Jackson? There is a William Jackson(47)and family (Lucinda 40, Henry 22, Franklin 17, Margaret 16, Susan 13, George 9, Wesley 7 and John 5)in Wood Co., WV in 1850 Census. Is this the same William Jackson?
Steve Jackson <snjj291@optonline.net>
USA - Sunday, August 04, 2002 at 16:39:24 (EDT)
Looking for information on ggg-grandparents, Isaac D. and Elizbeth BROCK JACKSON. Believe that Isaac D. may be in the line of Jackson who founded London, KY. Their son and daughter-in-law, James R. JACKSON and Ruth ROOT JACKSON are my gg-grandparents via their son Charles Walter, born March 1874 in Grundy Co., MO. 1880 Census shows James and Ruth JACKSON and children in Liberty, Grundy Co., Missouri. 1900 Census has James R. and Ruth JACKSON in Weaver Precinct, Frontier Co., Nebraska; their son, Charles W. and his wife Loda KNOWLES JACKSON were in Perry Precinct, Red Willow County, Nebraska. Have received information that my Isaac D. Jackson is from the Rueben RUBIN)JACKSON line (b 1774 in Virginia, d 11 FEB 1857 in Laurel County, KY). Cannot find the right connection here. Any information would be appreciated. Please e-mail at cpete15@earthlink.net.
C Peterson <cpete15@earthlink.net>
Lincoln, NE USA - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 23:17:16 (EDT)
Looking for any descendents of Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Edward Jackson, and Elizabeth Brake...She married Nicholas Lee Carpenter..Also would like any info, or a photo of her if any are know to exist..Love to trade info.....Tom Shaw
Tom Shaw <gallileo60@hotmail.com>
Texas City, TX USA - Wednesday, July 17, 2002 at 21:56:23 (EDT)
After reading through these queries, I must say the Jackson's have been busy. My uncle told me that my grandmother has lead us to believe that we are distantly related to "Stonewall"/Andrew Jackson. However, not sure from which side - my grandfather Francis Earl Biddle or my grandmother Mary Frances Walker. Believe it is the Walker side. This is all I have: her name Mary Frances Walker, born August 13, 1899 in Marshall, MO. She died December 23, 1980 in Anaheim, CA. Her father was James Addison Walker (no dates of birth/death), he was once President of Madison Bank in Marshall, MO. Her mother was Mary Grace (again no dates), I am not sure if Grace was her last name or middle name. I was told that she was a performer in the opera. James met her while she was an opera singer (again no time frame). She is also thought to be related to Cabot Lodge, first Ambassador to the United Nations. Any help is greatly appreciated. She was married to Francis Earl Biddle possible around 1922 in Philadelphia, PA. He was born Feb 15, 1899 in Philadelphia, PA - he died July 5, 1941 possibly in Long Beach, CA or Phil, PA. She remarried two more times. I believe some family may be around Philadelphia/Germantown, PA and Marshall, MO. Just started getting into the family history....boy, that will keep one busy for a life time. Quite interesting, also. Please e-mail me with anything.
Sharon Ann Biddle Harris <sherry.harris10@verizon.net>
Lake Elsinore, CA USA - Wednesday, July 17, 2002 at 03:00:21 (EDT)
Seeking information on Edward Jackson, b. abt 1800, from Cecil County, MD. Married to Mary (Calvert?) b. abt 1810. Children of Edward & Mary: John Jackson b. abt 1830 William J. Jackson b. 29 Mar 1834 Sarah Jackson b. abt 1836 Christopher Jackson b. abt 1838 Henry Jackson b. abt 1844 Samuel Jackson b. abt 1846 Edward Jackson b. abt 1849 Any info would be very welcome, I am at a dead end, have been for about 5 years.
Everett jackson <rettman46@aol.com>
Elkton, Md USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 22:15:51 (EDT)
I am looking for information on Eliza Jackson, who married Nicholas Lee Carpenter, Eliza was the daughter of Edward Jackson, and Elizabeth Brake..Eliza was born in 1807...and died in 1849 in Marshall County, Indiana...Any info on her, or the Carpenter family would be helpful..I would love to fill in some blanks...Glad to trade info......Thank You, Tom Shaw
Tom Shaw <gallileo60@hotmail.com>
Texas City, TX USA - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 19:47:12 (EDT)
Just found out my great great grandfather's name was Andrew Jackson and he married Rachael Barton in Maryland. Is there any connections out there. Would appreciate any help. Email me at arlnlr@aol.com Thanking in advance.
Arlene Larson <arlnlr@aol.xom>
lancaster, pa USA - Saturday, June 29, 2002 at 13:12:38 (EDT)
Looking for info about Ann JACKSON, born Dec 4, 1789 in Delaware and died Sep 17 1875 in Caroline Co, MD. She married Isaac Wright of Dorchester Co, MD, aft 1818 and bef 1830. She is buried in St. Luke's Episcopal Cemetery, Seaford, Sussex Co, DE.
Barbara Jarvis <allis@sdccu.net>
Oceanside, CA USA - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 23:27:54 (EDT)
Trying to locate information about Robert Jackson who married Mary McAlister on 5/1/1859 in MS. They had the following children: Wash, Frank, Clabe, Pete, Tom, Mattie, Sallie, Tish and Josie.
Rebecca Smith <SBKKitty@adelphia.net>
USA - Friday, May 31, 2002 at 21:24:46 (EDT)
I have received a copy of pages from a book showing a chart listing descendants of John Jackson, showing 8 children including Col. Edward (Stonewall) Jackson. The chart has a source listing at the bottom that reads: "Cook, pp. 13-17; photographed pages from George Jackson family Bible in Mary Allen Cassady Papers; Hunter Bennett Papers; Florrie Jackson Needham Papers; grave markers in Odd Fellows and Elkview cemeteries, Clarksburg, W.Va." Can anyone tell me what book this chart might have been copied from? Perhaps Cook is the author, but I don't know what the title might be or where the book could be located.
Janie Jackson Kimble <imjaniejac@aol.com>
Tallahassee, FL USA - Wednesday, May 22, 2002 at 08:15:15 (EDT)
Request any information on a Sallie Jackson that married Henry Bailey on 24 Jun 1794 in Brunswick County, Va. The "History of Butts County Georgia" reports that Sallie was an aunt of "Stonewall Jackson". Is this true?
Sherod Bailey <sherod@summergrove.net>
Newnan, Ga USA - Monday, May 13, 2002 at 19:13:24 (EDT)
Seeking information on Edward Jackson, b. abt 1800, from Cecil County, MD. Married to Mary (Calvert?) b. abt 1810. Children of Edward & Mary: John Jackson b. abt 1830 William J. Jackson b. 29 Mar 1834 Sarah Jackson b. abt 1836 Christopher Jackson b. abt 1838 Henry Jackson b. abt 1844 Samuel Jackson b. abt 1846 Edward Jackson b. abt 1849 Any info would be very welcome, I am at a dead end, have been for about 5 years.
Everett Jackson <rettman46@aol.com>
Elkton, MD USA - Saturday, May 11, 2002 at 22:51:09 (EDT)
I am looking for information on the ancestors of William N. JACKSON, b. Dec. 26, 1826 VA, d. 03/31/1894, West Alexandria, Preble County, OH, m. Mary Frances PULLIN, b. 03/1827 VA, d. 03/1908 Preble County, OH. Moved with his family to Preble County, OH circa 1865-1867. Children were William b. 1853 Va, George F. b. 1855 VA, Samuel J. b. 01/23/1856 Va, Julia R. b. 1861 VA, Daniel Franklin b. 1864 VA, Solomon A. M. b. 06/03/1865 VA (my ancestor), Emma F. b. 1867 OH, Ida Belle b. 09/27/1869 OH, Minnie Florence b. 09/27/1869 OH. Family legend says that our ancestors were descended from John and Elizabeth Cummings Jackson, and were cousins of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, but I have hit a brick wall trying to make the connection. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Karen (Jackson) Berry <KARENBERRY@aol.com>
Fairborn, OH USA - Saturday, May 11, 2002 at 21:07:04 (EDT)
I am trying to find a death certificate for my grandfather who died in this county
Una Yvette Britton <tundrawolf@acsalaska.net>
Kenia, AK USA - Saturday, April 20, 2002 at 19:47:12 (EDT)
SEEKING A MARTHA JACKSON (born about 1738 Ireland???) who married just before 1759 (where ?) WILLIAM BAKER (ca. 1736 - CA.1777). Son WILLIAM BAKER II married SARAH ARNETT and lived Anson Co., NC. Have extensive descedant records to date, need ancestry info and confirmation of first shown WILLIAM BAKER marriage.
FAIRVIEW HTS., IL USA - Friday, April 19, 2002 at 22:33:10 (EDT)
Does anyone have information about William Jackson, born near Jackson Tn in 188?-189?.. he claimed to be French, a Twin Brother lived in New York State in the 1930's..and he said the family had had a large farm or plantation in Tennessee before the civil war. He served in WWI in France.
SkyeTyger <skyetyger@aol.com>
Reno, NV USA - Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 16:51:49 (EDT)
I have read in several genealogical publications regarding the cousins of Stonewall Jackson in Kentucky. My 3 Great-Grandfather was Arthur Black Jackson. What is the documentation of the relations. I see none of them listed. It would be Arthur Black, son of David Jackson, son of John J (1762 - 1821, son of John and Elizabeth. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you, Mark T. Chism
Mark Chism <chism@reachingfamilies.com>
Murfreesboro, TN USA - Sunday, March 24, 2002 at 10:12:06 (EST)
I'm looking for my GGGGrandmother Adelia Jackson Thompson. Her husbands name was Silas Young Thompson. Adelia is said to be the niece or cousin of Andrew Jackson. Silas Young was said to be a contemporary of Robert E. Lee before Lee went to West Point. He studied military science and was commissioned when he finished the Univerisy. This is all family legend. Can't find Silas Thompson or Adelia Jackson anywhere. My GGGrandfather, their son was Young Littleton Thompson. Census records show he was born in Tennessee and date of birth 1811. Any information you might have on Adelia Jackson would be very helpful. Thanks.
Jolene Mershon <jolenem@airmail.net>
Mansfield, Tx USA - Saturday, March 23, 2002 at 11:44:45 (EST)
I'm trying to find any information about George William Jackson. He was supposed to be a second cousin of Stonewall Jackson. I was told George's father was Edward B. Jackson, and Edward was first cousin of Jonathan Jackson. So far, I've had no luck in confirming this information. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Monte Maxwell
Monte Maxwell <monte.maxwell@mail.wvu.edu>
USA - Thursday, March 14, 2002 at 08:52:17 (EST)
seeking any information about great grandfather john jackson.earliest known information found in 1860 u.s. census. he was 8 years old and living with hiram and rebecca (skinner) craig in williamson county in illinoisand he is from tennessee
gene jackson <dodge90@shawneelink.net>
west frankfort, ill USA - Monday, March 04, 2002 at 09:21:06 (EST)
I am jeffery rhodes, my mother dillie may jackson was the 7th child of a 7th child. Shel was born in missiouri and I don't know that much. My uncle henery told me that andrew stonwall jackson was my 4th great grand father. Im trying to locayte family if you are or know who might be please email me
jeff rhodes <jeff_r19@yahoo.com>
portland, or USA - Friday, January 25, 2002 at 02:19:47 (EST)
Hello, I'm searching for more Info. on my Jackson's from Nc. to Stewart Co. Tn. Into Humphrey's Co. Tn. by the 1850's My Gr.Gr. Grandfather Jessee Jackson br abt. July 1816 in (I think) Stewart Co. Tn.) Married a Evaline 1833 in Tn. (no maiden name yet) They had 13 Children, Carroll, (Male) br.1834, Elisha br. 1835, William J. br. 1837, Minerva br. 1839, Jane br. 1841 or 42, Thomas David Jackson, (my Gr. Grandfather) br. 1845, (aka) Honest Tom) Robert, br. 1847 and John F. br. 1849 all in Stewart Co. Tn. Then when the Family moved to Humphrey's Co. Tn. the rest of their children were born there, which were: Henderson know as N. H. br. 1851, Elizabeth, br. 1854, Hetty br. 1857, and George br. 1862. My Gr. Grandfather Tom Jackson, Married Margaret Arminta Madden Mar. 24th, 1867 in Humphrey's Co. Tn. Please Contact at, Raynedust@hotmail.com I have alot more Info. about these Jackson's.
Paulette Jackson <Raynedust@hotmail.com>
Parker Dam,, Az. USA - Tuesday, January 08, 2002 at 14:52:02 (EST)
i am doing some family research. when i was a child, i remember being told that i was related to stonewall jackson (a distant cousin perhaps). i have found that my great, great grandmother was named anna jackson. she was married to samuel harris in 1869 and died in 1880 and they owned a plantation in gold hill, alabama (sometimes listed as gold ridge, alabama) in what was then chambers county. it is now part of lee county. they are listed in the 1850 census. that is about all the info i have on them. did stonewall have any cousins named anna? any info you can send me would be most helpful. thanks, john
John King <zionj1@cs.com>
Columbus, GA USA - Saturday, January 05, 2002 at 13:55:35 (EST)
Looking for information on PA Jackson family. James Jackson B:1832,D:1864, Washington PA. Married to a Mary B:1838. Had four children John A Jackson B:Jan 1865, Anna Jackson,B:1867, Philip S Jackson, B:1890 and Kittie Bell Jackson, B:1873. John A Jackson Married Jennie McCollum in 1883. They had five children, Annie M Jackson, B:1884, Jessie J Jackson B:1886, Isa Lee Jackson, B:1890(my grandmother), Demas E. Jackson B:1893 Died young, and Nellie Jackson B:1896. All where located in Amwell Township, PA and or Washington, PA. Help me find my connection. Thank You!
Pam <Parispaws@aol.com>
Grosse Pte. Wds., MI USA - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 09:47:24 (EST)
David Templeton Jackson married Charlotte Ray in West Lebonan, Indiana in October 1861. I know nothing about his parents or family.
donna jackson <middendorfphotography@yahoo.com>
Ballwin, MO USA - Thursday, December 27, 2001 at 03:13:53 (EST)
Seeking the Burch family (1800 - 1900's). Names Frank, Samuel, Oneal and Slyvester.
Grace Burch <gilyonah@excite.com>
EHT, NJ USA - Saturday, December 22, 2001 at 16:48:07 (EST)
Stonewall Jackson: Does anyone have any information on Stonewalls mother Julia Beckwith Neale? My GGrandmother was a Neale and I was wondering what kin he was to her. In one of her letters dated 1898 she mentioned being kin to Gen. Jackson. If anyone has a tree of Julia Neale I would sure like to trade info.Thanks Sonny
Sonny Johnson <sonnyjohnson@yahoo.com>
TN. USA - Monday, November 26, 2001 at 04:13:26 (EST)
I am seeking info about America Jackson, d/o John J Jackson of Parkerburg, Wood Co. WV, and her husband William H Small. I know they were married in Parkersburg in 1857, and seemed to drop from sight afterwards. As can be seen by my name I am more concerned with William Smalls fate. In particular I would like to know his origens and parentage.
larry small <larry030@webtv.net>
millersville, md USA - Thursday, November 15, 2001 at 10:47:01 (EST)
My name is Vanessa Raines Stuff my Grandfather's name was Alex Raines he married Emily Key they lived in Lebanon Tennessee at the time of they passed. My Grandfather told me that we were part Native American and it is pretty likely that the tribe is Cherokee. Any information will be helpful. Thank You And God Bless Vanessa
Vanessa Raines Stuff <dstuff@flrecovery.com>
Lebanon, TN USA - Thursday, October 25, 2001 at 22:29:34 (EDT)
Family lore from 1950 notes... William Henry Harrison Wilson "Captain Tip" CSA (11 sept1842 Paris Tennessee-11Nov1921)was supposed to be the child of a woman that was first married to the uncle of Stonewall Jackson. Now there is generally some flicker of truth in lore. When I noticed that David Edward Jackson (uncle of Stonewall) indeed died in Paris, Tennessee perhaps there really is a link...someway. Our old notes lists the Jackson children as "Punch" Sam and Jim. The Census of Henry County Tennessee lists my grest grandfather age (11) residing with his 4 younger sisters, Anne A Wilson (46) and Sterling Jackson(19) Mary M Jackson (19) Do you have a clue if I'm linked to the family. Thanks
Sharon Wilson <pinecastlegrove@earthlink.net>
Orlando, Fl USA - Saturday, October 06, 2001 at 22:44:56 (EDT)
John T Jackson b. 1805 Marion County, SC, by 1850 he had migrated to Pike County, Alabama. His wife was Nancy Huggins b. 1802 also Marion SC.They lived at Milo 7 mi south of Troy,AL A great grandmother Nancy Ann Jackson, their daughter, told each of her grandchildren(including my mother born in 1902) at separate times that Stonewall Jackson was her cousin. They are in 1850 Pike AL..other dgtrs. were Emeline,Feba,Ann & a son Jame H.Jackson. There is a Edward Jackson, who it appears was the father of John T.Jackson,in early Marion county, area...but we cannot prove it. I have been searching for the father of John T Jackson for many years...does anyone know.? I would appreciate so much in learning this. Thank you Mary Sandel
Mary Sandel <msandel@earthlink.net>
Amite, La USA - Friday, August 31, 2001 at 02:22:36 (EDT)
John T Jackson b. 1805 Marion County, SC, by 1850 he had migrated to Pike County, Alabama. His wife was Nancy Huggins b. 1802 also Marion SC.They lived at Milo 7 mi south of Troy,AL A great grandmother Nancy Ann Jackson, their daughter, told each of her grandchildren(including my mother born in 1902) at separate times that Stonewall Jackson was her cousin. They are in 1850 Pike AL..other dgtrs. were Emeline,Feba,Ann & a son Jame H.Jackson. There is a Edward Jackson, who it appears was the father of Edward Jackson,in early Marion county, area...but we cannot prove it. I have been searching for the father of John T Jackson for many years...does anyone know.? I would appreciate so much in learning this. Thank you Mary Sandel
Mary Sandel <msandel@earthlink.net>
Amite, La USA - Friday, August 31, 2001 at 02:18:46 (EDT)
My great grandfather was Isaac Newton Jackson who is listed in Hawkins County, TN records, but I cannot find anything before him. I have been told we descended from President Jackson, but that is only hearsay at this time. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Mary McMahan <CraftLogic@yahoo.com>
Greenback, TN USA - Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 20:15:51 (EDT)
I am a descendent of Wesley Jackson and Abigail Jackson from Burnsville, Bath County, Virginia. Abigail was from WestVa the daughter of Jesse Jackson and Wesley was from Va the son of John [ Henry ] Jackson. Can any one help me. Leah
Leah [ Dolly ] Perez <leahp@cfw.com>
Clifton Forge, Va USA - Monday, August 06, 2001 at 10:11:51 (EDT)
Hi, Just wondering if anyone has any info on a Wilford Columbus Jackson who lived in Lewisville, N.C. around 1921. He was 55 in 1921 and a lot of my Jackson family comes from Forsyth County, N.C. I am having a hard time locating any info on him. He was married to an Agnes Heath and had children named Evola Jackson, Viola Jackson, and Mary Jackson. There was a son, but name is not known. Wilford was my Great-Grandfather. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. Joi Heath
joi heath <angusscot@att.net>
greensboro, n.c. USA - Friday, July 27, 2001 at 23:06:43 (EDT)
Seek ancestors of WILEY JACKSON (b.c.1794 NC-d.c.1861 Union Co., NC) md. MARY "Polly" ____. Children: 1-GASTON JACKSON (b.c.1825-d.before Dec 1889) m. on Dec 25, 1844 Union Co, NC to CHARLOTTE "Lottie" MANESS (b.c. 1826-d. after 1894 Union Co, NC) 2-RICHMOND H. JACKSON (b.1829 NC-d. after 1870 Henderson Co, TN) m. before 1860 to ROSANNAH CARAWAY (b.c.1833-d._____). 3-ANDREW JACKSON (b.1830-d.Dec 20, 1864 @ Cold Harbor, VA) m. after 1850 to MARY MOORE (b.Jan 1836-d.Feb 2, 1918 Anson Co, NC) 4-IREDELL W./M. JACKSON (b.1830-d. after Apr 4, 1864) m. on Feb 5, 1860 Union Co to SARAH BAKER (b.1840). 5-LUCY JACKSON (b.1831-d) m. before 1860 to (?WESLEY) WATKINS. 6-SUSAN A. JACKSON (b.1832-d.after 1870 Union Co, NC). 7-ALFRED JACKSON (b.1836-d. bef.Oct 1857 Anson Co) m. after 1850 to MARY DAVIS (b.Jan 17, 1834-d.Nov 11, 1911).
Julie Hampton Ganis <HistorySleuth@yahoo.com>
USA - Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at 22:37:52 (EDT)
Would anybody have information on a Jackson family who had a daughter named Nancy and was on a wagon train in March of 1856? The train would probably be in the Tennessee or Kentucky area and was supposedly to have been attacked by Indians.
Dale W. Jackson <djflier@murlin.com>
Sedalia, Mo. USA - Saturday, July 07, 2001 at 18:48:45 (EDT)
I am a direct descendant of Henry Jackson. His son, Marion Orlando, was my great great great grandfather. My questions is this: Why did some of the Jacksons fight for the Union and STonewall fight for the Confederacy? Living down here in Georgia, Stonewall is like a God but I always wondered why Marion Orlando fought for the other side.
Shirley Suchdolski <neighsayer@hotmail.com>
Tifton, GA USA - Sunday, July 01, 2001 at 16:56:53 (EDT)
Looking for the parents of Eliza Ann Jackson, born January 1822 and died after 1909. She married John H. Settle on March 7, 1844 in Rappahannock County, Virginia.
Jean Forbes <maf78@aol.com>
Great Falls, VA USA - Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 16:42:41 (EDT)
Obituary: John Andrew "Jack" Jackson, 89, formerly of Cleburne, Texas passed away Saturday, March 10, 2001 in Weatherford, Tx. Services were held Wednesday, March 14 at Rose Hill Cemetery in Cleburne. He was born April 15, 1911, in Rio Vista. He was employed by the Santa Fe Railway and the Cleburne Cemetery Department. He is survived by two sons and a sister, Mildred Jackson Tribble. His niece is Juliann McGinnis Lumpkin. He is the ggrandson of Henry Jackson and Nancy Dyer.
Juliann McGinnis Lumpkin <juliann@hpnc.com>
Covington, Tx USA - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 00:25:04 (EDT)
I am trying to locate anyone with knowledge of an ALEXANDER JACKSON, married to JENNIE ETHEL FRANCE in Hardy, AR August 18, 1896.They had two sons, ELMER JACKSON and WILLARD JACKSON and a daughter VIOLA. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.Thank you.
jackie burch <majac@thevision.net>
Modesto, ca USA - Thursday, May 03, 2001 at 01:30:02 (EDT)
My husband is a descendent of Thompson Jackson and Martha Wynn thru Nicholas Winfifred, William David, William Edward, J Garrett and his name is James Edward and our son is Christopher Blake. My step sons are James Tyndall, Lee Butler, and Edward Stringer. Any information on this family would be most appreciated.
Sue W. Jackson <suegen@aristotle.net>
Little Rock, AR USA - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 23:03:31 (EST)
I am searching for information on Archibald JACKSON, born bet. 1795-1800 in NC. He married Mary A. MAY, born bet. 1805-1810 in NC. They were listed in the 1850 and 1860 census in Johnson County, TN and in the 1870 census of Ashe County, NC. They had several children: Sarah, Ann, Malinda, John C., Mahala, Nancy, and Mary A. Mahala was my gg grandmother. Any help would be very much appreciated.
Tracie Arnold <tracie84@hotmail.com>
Blountville, TN USA - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 14:47:13 (EST)
I am searching for the parents of Miles Jackson who was born ca. 1780-90 in VA. He then showed up in N.C. around 1815-16 when his da. Wincy was born. Sometime before 1830 he moved to Henry Co., TN. (Paris) He then moved to Izard Co., AR. where he lived until his death. His children were: Wincy, Nancy, Andrew, Lemuel Duberry, Thomas E., Hamblin Manley, Harriet, and John. He was shown living in Pasquatank Co., N.C. .
Sue Shell Chrisco <chrisco@centurytel.net>
Sage, AR USA - Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 19:05:24 (EST)
Looking for parents of John M. Jackson who married Nancy R. Daniel in 1823,Orange County VA.
Simone Eichelberger <mse@discoverynet.com>
Blue Springs, MO USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 21:19:07 (EST)
Searching for parents and siblings of Nicholas Daniel Jackson b. abt Sept 24,1856 possiblity in or near Nashville, TN or MO was in MO by 1876 as he married Alice Cooper there. One daughter born (Rose Elizabeth) to that union, N.D. left one day to never return. He went to CO.?where he married Mary Elizabeth Stillwell abt 1880 they removed to Iowa then back to MO. on to KS finally to OK on land ran near Guthrie Logan Co. OK where he had a general store, N.D. first son Albert B. died there at the age of 16 or 18. abt the 1900 N.D and family removed to Jennings(with wife and the five other childre) where they had another general store. N.D. died in Jennings on Jan. 8,1933 is buried in Jennings Cemetery next to his wife M.E. Jackson Any help greatly appreicated. Earline
Earline B. Stewart <estewart@ghg.net>
USA - Friday, March 09, 2001 at 18:50:07 (EST)
JACKSON, JOHN C.M. 1820-1900 NC>OH>IN John left NC, moved through OH, and was in IN by 1850. He married Mary Ann SCHERECK/SHERRICK(1847-1904 OH or NY>IN and had 12 children all born in IN between 1849-1870's. They were: Eliza Jane, John W., Dominic Peter "Peter", Jacob W., Anna R., Phoebe, Hannah R., Lydia Alice, Mary E., Thomas, Lucy, and Henry. Dominic "Peter" Jackson was 1/2 Irish and 1/2 French according to family history. He is also supposed to be 3rd cousin to STONEWALL JACKSON. Peter married Marietta DEWITT in 1886 in Huntington, Huntington Co, IN and they were the parents of 10 children born in IN between 1886-1900's. I have yet to find anyone else researching this line of Jacksons but would be willing to share all that I have. Nancy
Nancy Bowser <ncbowser@aol.com>
USA - Friday, March 09, 2001 at 17:37:35 (EST)
Seeking info on Edward/Edmund Jackson b___ d1761 NC wife is MAry_____ Children are Jane and Isaac. Isaac Jackson b__NC d 1787 wife Elizabeth____. Children: David, Lucy, Nancy, William David Jackson b c 1775 NC m before 1798 to Martha Batchelor Children: John, Edward, Solomon B, Mary Solomon B Jackson b 1808 NC d___1852 Tx m 1831 Mo to Susannah Sifford Children: Nathan, Melissa Ann, Aaron William "Pony", Narcissa JAne, Dilla, Melissa Ann Jackson b Mo and married Benjamin Freeman Miears and had a daughter Nancy Elizabeth. If anyone knows of this line please contact me. Thanks Glitz
Glitz <bumbebul@onlineisp.net>
Red Oak, Tx USA - Friday, March 09, 2001 at 10:36:36 (EST)
George Washington Jackson -- my GrGrGrandpa married Elizabeth Swann. They had eight children, I believe. In order they are: Nancy M. Jackson (B: 12/15/1853 in Calloway Co., KY); Marjorie "Mary" Elizabeth Jackson (B: 11/22/1855 in Calloway Co., KY); Margaret Jane Jackson (B: 11/6/1857 in Calloway Co., KY); "Andy" Manoah Andrew Jackson (B: 5/23/1861 in Paducah, McCracken Co., KY & D: 1/25/1948 in Harris Co., TX--my GrGrandfather--M: 4 or 5 times--1st to Cornelia Bonner; 2nd to Annie Easter Murray; 3rd to Harriet Jane Carver--He had a total of 10 children.); Manda Jackson (B: 1862 in Calloway Co., KY); Professor Alfred Thomas "Tom" Jackson (B: 6/30/1864 in Calloway Co., KY & D: 5/13/1928 in Nashville, Davidson Co., TN & M: 3 times-Idella Payne; Myra Victoria Bailey; & Nancy Epperson--Tom had 11 children total); Lucy L. Jackson (B: 1866 in Calloway Co., KY); and Mildred P. Jackson (B: 4/1870 in Calloway Co., KY & M: Dr. Will Weisson). Any help would be appreciative. Thanks, Billy
George William "Billy" Jackson <jacksonbilly@hotmail.com>
Waco, TX USA - Tuesday, February 27, 2001 at 12:47:56 (EST)
Look above at my other query to see the rest of the family. I would like to start with Alfred Jackson and Nancy Epperson. Alfred (son of William Evan Jackson, son of John Jackson) Alfred was born bet. 1795-1816 in Virg. and died in Bath CO., KY. Nancy could have been the daughter of Robert Epperson, he was the bondsman of Nancy and Alfred's wedding. Nancy's birth and death dates are unknown. They had 10 children, in order: George Washington Jackson (B: 1828/1830 in Blount Co., TN or Calloway Co., KY & D:Unknown & M: Elizabeth Swann---my GrGrGrandparents) ; H. Jackson (B: 1832 in Calloway Co., KY); William A. Jackson (B: 1834 in Calloway Co., KY); Robert Jackson (B: 1836 in Calloway Co., KY); Clinton T. Jackson (B: 1838 in Calloway Co., KY); Mary Catherine Jackson (B: 1840 in Calloway Co., KY); John S. Jackson (B: 1842 in Calloway Co., KY); Lucy A. Jackson (B: 1845 in Calloway Co., KY); James W. Jackson (B: 1849 in Calloway Co., KY); Alfred Jackson (B: 11/6/1857 in Calloway Co., KY). Any help on any of these lines or if you know anything about the SWANN family please help. Thanks. Billy
George William "Billy" Jackson <jacksonbilly@hotmail.com>
Waco, TX USA - Tuesday, February 27, 2001 at 12:37:22 (EST)
Hello to all fellow Jacksons. My research starts at John Jackson (B: Abt. 1748 in Virg. or Ireland & D: Bef. 2/1826 in Bath Co., KY) He married Chloa Ann Unknown(B: abt. 1750 in Virg. & D: Abt. 1830 Bath Co., KY). There children are, in order: William Evan; Nancy; Susannah; John; Lavina "Vainne"; Jane; and Milly. This may not be all the siblings. They were all born in NC or Virg. Milly married Joseph Tylor, Jane married George Wesner/Ward/Wasder, Vainne married Rhondham King, John was born 1792 in Virginia, Susannah married Unknown West, Nancy born 1782 or 1789 in NC or Virg., and William Evan Jackson married Elizabeth Unknown. He was born abt. 1778 in Virg. and died 1867 in Bath Co., KY. William is the only line that I know. We know of him haveing 12 children. All born in KY, mostly Bath County between the years of 1797 and around 1820. There names are, in order, Russell Burrell Jackson (M: Margaret "Peggy" Becraft); Mary Ann "Polly" Jackson (B: 1793 & D: 1878 in IN & M: John P. Oakley); Alfred Jackson (MY GrGrGrGrandparents--M: Nancy Epperson); John Jackson (M: Unknown); Thomas Jefferson Jackson (M: Nancy Oakley); Garrett Jackson (D: Bath Co., KY & M: Rachel Barnes); Elizabeth Jackson (M: Unknown Kurdle/Kendall/Kendle); George Jackson (B: 1814); William Buck Jackson (B: 1818 in Bath. Co., KY & D: 1905 in Decatur Co., IN & M: Amanda Jackson--Amanda is Buck's brother, John's daughter); Penelope Jackson (B: 1812 in KY & D: abt. June 1867 in Decatur Co., IN); Malvina Jackson (M: Thomas Barnes); & Nancy Jackson (M: Unknown Kerr/Curr). Family legend has it that we are relatives of Gen. Pres. Andrew Jackson and Stonewall Jackson. Any help would be greatfully appreciative.
George William "Billy" Jackson <jacksonbilly@hotmail.com>
Waco, TX USA - Tuesday, February 27, 2001 at 12:27:43 (EST)
Am searching for a connection to "Stonewall Jackson" via one of my ancestors, Robert Jackson and his wife, Phoebe Coon who were married in June 1839 in Harrison County, Virgina (now WV).
Virginia L. Gibson <GibsonGinger1@aol.com>
Maro Island, Fl USA - Saturday, February 17, 2001 at 17:49:52 (EST)
I am searching for the family history of Alonzoa Elmore Jackson (b. March 5, 1879). He married Mary Angeline Bartlett. In some records the name is listed as "Alonzo." He died February 23, 1919 and is buried in Woodward Cemetary, Lamar County, Texas. Any information on this branch of the Jackson tree would be greatly appreciated.
James Jackson <axonjaxon1950@aol.com>
Fremont, CA USA - Wednesday, January 31, 2001 at 00:04:20 (EST)
William Henry Jackson b.abt 1800 in PA. m.(1)Margaret McCurdy children by 1st marriage 1. Jim (Probably John or James)2. Mary. Jim married Rosie and had 1.Margaret, Mary, Alonzo, Henry(probably William Henry) Sanford, Marion and Albert. No more info on Jim's children. Mary married Joseph Beaver Karstetter and their children are John Henry Karstetter, George A. Karstetter, Elizabeth Adeline Karsteter Wilcox, Amanda Clairene Karstetter Tordoff, Alfred Beaver Karstetter, Sarah Jane Karstetter Webster, Thomas Ellsworth Karstetter, Margaret Ellen Karsteter Brannick, (I have the descendants of Mary Karstetter's children.) William Henry Jackson's wife 2. Nancy Ann Moore, children William Henry b. 1841 Warren Co., IN. John, who never married. All I have on William Henry Jackson's parents are Jackson and Fishback. It is recorded in cemetery records that William Henry Jackson was related to General jackson.
Lorene Strano <MrsVLS@aol.com>
Homestead, FL USA - Friday, January 26, 2001 at 13:32:03 (EST)
Seeking info on James Jackson, b 1863. Married Jun 8, 1899 to Mrs. Nancy(Richards)Calhoun, James was born Doddridge Co and lived in Preston (?)Co at time of marriage. Thank you, Debra
Debra <rodreb@tusco.net>
New Philadelphia, OH USA - Tuesday, January 23, 2001 at 06:45:43 (EST)
Seeking parents of Rawly Jackson, born about 1840, Monroe County, Indiana, who married Susan Branam about 1860. His given name might be spelled "Raleigh" and her surname might be spelled "Branum." Any information?
John <johnfish@c4.com>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Saturday, January 20, 2001 at 18:01:21 (EST)
I am searching for information on the second husband of Nancy (Richards) Calhoun Jackson. She was daughter of Louden Richards, Great-Grandaughter of George W. Richards,she was born ca 1851 married sep 27 1869 to Eugene Calhoun. She married for a 2nd time --- Jackson possibly when she was in her early 50's. The Richards family was in the Ritchie Co area, so am assuming possibly her Jackson husband was too. Any information on this Jackson connection would be most appreciated! A picture of her shows her to be Cherokee Indian, as well as family stories passed down. Thank you for any insight into this ancestor. Debra Short
Debra Short <rodreb@tusco.net>
New Philadelphia, OH USA - Friday, January 12, 2001 at 14:51:06 (EST)
There is a diaspora of Jacksons in Ind. and Mich. through Ohio? My Mich. kin say that we are related to Gen. Stonewall Jackson. My grandfather Jackson said the diaspora in Ind. and Mich. were descendents of survivors of an Indian attack in Va., W. Va.? Can anyone add to this stories? Sincerely, johneseely@hotmail.com
john e jackson seely <johneseely@hotmail.com>
fort wayne, in USA - Wednesday, January 03, 2001 at 16:28:09 (EST)
My Uncle LT Irwin claimed we were related directly to Stonewall Jackson. I was very young at the time and had no real rememberance of detail. My mother Marge Irwin has told me lately that Grandma Irwin (Myrtle Courtner) claimed to be related to Stonewall. I am wondering if there is any way you could verify this. I don't know my grandmothers parents at this time. Thank you, John Paul Irwin
John Paul Irwin <jpirwin@animas.net>
Mancos, CO USA - Monday, January 01, 2001 at 19:21:05 (EST)
Hi, I,m trying to find out what sanitorium near Columbus, Ohio that Laura Jackson Arnold was in between 1881-1910. I hope you can help me out. Thanks. Doug Gill
Douglas C Gill <dgill@LACA.ORG>
Newark, Oh USA - Wednesday, November 29, 2000 at 13:27:23 (EST)
I come in on Monterville Reger who was married to Sarah Elizabeth Carper in Upshur Co. on Jan. 27, 1859. She was the daughter of George Carper born 1793 married 1821 in Upshur Co. to Rachel White who was 1802 in Randolph Co., died in 1884. I noticed that Stonewall had a number of aunts. Three of them were: Rebecca Jackson married to George White, Catherine Jackson married to John White and Elizabeth Javckson married to Nichoals Carper. Since my White and Carper come from the same area at about the same time period could there be a connection to the ones connected to Stonewall? Joe Grissom Roanoke,Va.
Joe Grissom <gresham1600@cs.com>
Roanoke, Va USA - Thursday, November 23, 2000 at 15:03:39 (EST)
I am trying to work out who the children are of the following John JACKSON'S listed on the 1733 tax list in Maryland. One is on the Monocosie Hundred list, the other 2 are in Potowmack hundred. I believe one is the father of Richard JACKSON of Jackson's fort, Greene Co, PA but which one. He could be one of the "other children" listed in the will. Please contact me if you have info on any of the John's.
Donna Westwood <donnawestwood@hotmail.com>
Benton, IL USA - Monday, November 06, 2000 at 09:33:01 (EST)
I have very good photos of two Jackson men, Red and Lewis Jackson. They both appear to be mid 20s and the photos were taken before 1930. I aprox birth to be 1900-1910. They are probably from Harrison Co WV, Jane Lew, Quiet Dell, Lost Creek areas. The photos were my Grandmother's but I don't know if they were related to our Fogg/Chrislip line. I know that Red and my Great Uncle Milford Fogg were friends. Another picture shows Red and Milford building Rt 20 near Clarksburg. Can you help me place these men with their family? Email with any leads Thanks Pam
Pam Napier <pam.napier@mindspring.com>
Annapolis , MD USA - Thursday, October 12, 2000 at 15:30:27 (EDT)
I came into a copy of Stonewall in the Valley: Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign, Spring 1862 by Robert G. Tanner. 600 pages fully indexed, in virtual perfect condition. $12.00 postage paid.
Bonnie Woolverton <bonnie@tvec.net>
USA - Monday, September 11, 2000 at 16:32:41 (EDT)
Am I related? my gg grandfather was Peter Jackson lived on Turkey Run Upsure Co. Buried in Mt Lebanon cemetary. He was born in Edinburg Scotland 5 9 1794 died 12 16 1873 Married Caroline Jerritt born 5 22 1800 40 miles from London England. Peter was from Columbia Va Caroline from New York City. Children Caroline E Jackson Born 9 28 1833 married Wellington B Loudin born 1828. Robertson Jackson born 1850 married Matilda J Martin. H. Clay Jackson was a confederate solder killed at the battle of Rich Mountin was a member of the Upsher Grays [Upsur Co,in the cival war]Any information on my ancestors welcome. My grandmother always said she was related. Said Stonwalls brother died on Turkey Run.
David Nay <dgn130@cs.com>
Cortland , Ohio USA - Tuesday, September 05, 2000 at 23:33:58 (EDT)
George Edward Jackson, older brother of David E. Jackson,explorer and fur-trader, and son of Edward Jackson and Margaret Haddon of Harrison County,VA (Now WVA, was partners with my ggg-grandfather John McClenahan (McClanahan) in Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri in 1814. John C. Jackson,in his book "Shadow on the Tetons," about David E. Jackson, states that George E. Jackson's wife was Helen McClanihan. I am looking for information on their family,and the parents of Helen. I would really appreciate any help on this family. Thank you.
Jim McClenahan <Mccthescot@aol.com>
Stanton, CA USA - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 03:43:36 (EDT)
looking for the ancestors of Thomas Jackson who married Delilah Worthington in Bracken Co, Ky on 6 Nov 1800.
Donna Westwood <donnawestwood@hotmail.com>
Benton, IL USA - Tuesday, August 29, 2000 at 21:09:57 (EDT)
Searching for ancestors of James W. Jackson, born in 1825 and died in 1864 in Smithfield, Pa. He was married to Elizabeth Sturgis.
Jeff Whiteus <whiteus2@hotmail.com>
Vienna, Austria - Sunday, August 13, 2000 at 16:29:26 (EDT)
Seeking parents & siblings of James Jackson b abt 1801 & Anna M. Matthews b abt 1804, married at Caswell courthouse NC 31 Dec 1824 & moved to Missouri,1st child born in MO 1826..Settled in Monroe county MO. (They are my gg granparents) My grandfather said we were related to Pres. Andrew Jackson....My father always said his family came out of Virgina...But since Caswell county NC borders VA, wonder if they went to NC to get married ?? Any leads will be appreciated...Thanks
Paul R. Jackson <_ocho1@excite.com>
Kirksville, MO USA - Saturday, August 05, 2000 at 18:15:12 (EDT)
My gandfather's given name is JOHN WILLIAM WALLACE and his parents were ROBERT MILTON WALLACE married to JOSEPHINE JACKSON WALLACE. My question is this: john's wife vera had a picture of stonewall jackson with a native american woman next to him. I was under ther belief that that woman was a decendent of either my grandfather john or from my grandmother's side. John's son from his first marriage, is O'Dell (woodrow) wallace married to rose...and they are in the escondido,ca., area last i knew....but i don't have any contact with them and i knew he was doing an extensive geneaological tree on our relatives...if any one knows of this information or can help me substantiate a con- nection of whether we are actually related to stonewall jackson or not please reply. Thankyou!
L. Dawn Smith <boyd@onlinemac.com>
McMinnville, or USA - Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 20:32:40 (EDT)
I am related to the Jacksons also and I wonder if these are in my line? My gggrandfather was James H. Jackson b-1821 In henry co. Va. and he married Laura Ethel Echols and they had the following children: Jonah A. Jacksonb-July 5-1846 m- Lucinda L. Creed 2- Jobe Jackson b-March 11-1848m-Winnie E. Nichols--3-Sarah Jacksonb-Feb17-1850 m-Joathan Parker 4- Abraham Jackson b-April 17-1852 5-IsaacJackson b-March 12-1855 5-Jacob [Jake" Jackson b-March-13-1857 --James Henry Jackson b-1860 in Surry Co. N.C.----Susan M- Jackson b-1861 9--Joseph J.Jackson [my greatgrandfather m- elizabeth Jones --10-elizabeth Grant Jackson 11- Martha Jackson b-Feb 1870in surry Co. N.C. Does any of these names come in your line? One of these men named their son Stonewall Jackson...Elsie
Elsie M. Kirk <maybrown@myhome.net>
Mossyrock, Wa USA - Saturday, July 22, 2000 at 17:09:19 (EDT)
Thomas JACKSON marryed Delilah THOMAS abt 1800 Looking for info on THOMAS JACKSON who married DELILAH THOMAS abt 1800. DELILAH was born abt 1784 in KY or VA. There son CALVIN was born in IN in 1820. He married ELLEN WATKINS in 1844 in Clark CO, IN. By 1850 they are in Jefferson CO, Iowa and by 1854 they have moved to Appanoose Co, Iowa and stayed. In both the 1850 and 1860 census DELILAH is living with CALVIN. So THOMAS had to of died. I need to know where THOMAS died and where he was born. Also need names of THOMAS and DELILAH's other children.
Donna Westwood <donnawestwood@hotmail.com>
Benton, IL USA - Sunday, July 09, 2000 at 10:22:27 (EDT)
Looking for info on MATHIAS JACKSON, born 1787 Pasquotank County, NC to Mordica and Lydia Jackson. He emigrated to Jackson County, In around 1816. Also seeking info on Malachi, John, James and Millington Jackson of Pasquotank County, NC.
monica jackson <mlj333c@hotmail.com>
Vallonia, IN USA - Thursday, July 06, 2000 at 13:54:53 (EDT)
Desire information on Tabitha Jackson, who married Valentine Hinkle in 1827, probably in Upshur County, (West)Virginia. She is reportedly a descendent of John and Elzabeth (Cummins) Jackson, great grandparents of Stonewall Jackson. Thanks for your help. Clarence R. Mays, crbmays@msn.com
Clarence R. Mays <crbmays@msn.com>
richardson, tx USA - Monday, July 03, 2000 at 21:04:35 (EDT)
Looking for Info on Edwin F. Jackson, possibly born in Vance Co. NC in mid 1800's, married Mary P. Harris. 1 daughter, Vivian Jackson, b. 4/10/1884, d.12/1968 in Petersburg, VA, m.Richard W. White Family legend (as always) is that Edwin F. Jackson was a nephew of Stonewall Jackson's.
Penny <eaglefly@erols.com>
Woodbridge, VA USA - Monday, June 26, 2000 at 12:19:06 (EDT)
My name is Mary Jackson my father's name is George Jackson he was from Harrisonburg Louisiana his mother is Carrie Mae Jenkins. She is still living. My father married my mom Elizabeth Jackson maiden name Smith, she is also from Harrisonburg Louisiana. I would like more infromation on anyone in my family on my father's or mother's side. My father's sisters or Susie Hatten, Daisy Rae Hatten, Lynell Hatten, and one brother who moved to florida I do not have his name.
Mary Jackson <botiboo@excite.com>
St. Louis, Mo USA - Monday, June 19, 2000 at 14:30:09 (EDT)
JOYCE QUINN <estherhyamson@netscapeonline.co.uk>
liverpool, uk - Tuesday, May 30, 2000 at 18:00:43 (EDT)
looking for edward hazen ny , richmond ontario co, 17? yill 1838
richard hazen <rich3hair@dnsonline.net>
plymouth, in USA - Saturday, May 20, 2000 at 18:24:45 (EDT)
Hello all, I'm not related to Stonewall or the President Andrew, but I am related to one Theophilus Jackson Jr. I have him and his wife Elizabeth and in some circles Lucy and their children Betsey b. May 26, 1776/ Isaac b. Sept 2, 1778/ Levi b. Dec. 1, 1780/ Lucy b. May 2, 1783/ Olive b. Aug. 3, 1785/ William b. Sept 7, 1788/ James b. June 21, 1792/ Charles b. Dec.17, 1794. That is from Vital Records of Bethlehem Vol. 1 Page 29. Does anyone else have that info? Is anyone else connected to this line? Thank you Craig Berg
Craig Berg <bergking@net-link.net>
Battle Creek, MI USA - Monday, May 15, 2000 at 21:56:02 (EDT)
New Information: I have a family album directly linking me to the entire Jackson Family through my Deceased Great Grandfather Oscar Jackson! Could someone help me to find out if I am a relative of the great civil war hero/heel(depending on view)?\ Please!
Chris Keleman(Meeks)(Jackson) <Cell316_0001@yahoo.com>
wadsworth, oh USA - Thursday, May 11, 2000 at 12:47:00 (EDT)
I have been informed by my Great Grandmother(Anna Jackson) whom was married to Oscar Jackson (who died about one year ago) that I am related to Stonewall Jackson. Could you help me find if this is true?
Chris Keleman(Meeks)(Jackson) <Cell316_0001@yahoo.com>
wadsworth, oh USA - Thursday, May 11, 2000 at 12:43:43 (EDT)
i'm am looking for parent etc. of john jackson. he married lucy (richmond?)they had 1 son george washington jackson born in bucksport maine on dec.14,1821. george married lucy ann leland on march 8 18??. they had 1 son george richmond jackson born in bucksport maine in 1883. george married marcia lorena norton and they had 5 children, wesley, chester, marion, henry, and louise. wesley married ida willard and they had 8 children, george, willard, charles, fred, howard, keezer, marcia, and jane. willard married minnie mary perry (poirier) and they have 13 children, willard jr., lillian, romona, raymond, george, richard, marcia (me), theresa, muriel, wanita, betty, linda, and joanne. the about url are of my webpages. there are lots of my family pix there.
marcia <mjjc3711@exploremaine.com>
maine USA - Saturday, April 22, 2000 at 16:08:40 (EDT)
I am a descendent of James Gathings and Jane Jackson Her parents were Jesse and Delilah (meadow) Jackson. jane was born Aug. 14, 1799 nd died May 23, 1876 B. Covington Lot at Monnroe, AnsonCo. North Carolina. Who were Jesse's parents? i would sppreciate any help. Thanks.
Wileta Gathings McCall <wileta@htcomp.net>
covington, tx USA - Monday, April 03, 2000 at 22:32:28 (EDT)
I'm looking for any information on Cora Imogene Jackson born 11/25/1866 in Sandhill, Mo. She married William Elmer Schlichter (my greatgrandfather) on 4/25/1888. He was born on 12/9/1867 in Chambersburg, PA. Cora died on 1/24/1933 in Topeka, KS and William Elmer died 5/3/1957 in Topeka, KS. Their children were William Thomas, Georgie C., Harry Galen, Charles E. and Duane Laverne (my grandfather). I don't have any of the wives and children of these men except William Thomas and Duane Laverne nor any ancestry of Coral Imogene Jackson. Does anyone have a Thomas A. Jackson that would either be from Virgnia (or WV), PA or the Mo. & Ks.? I also have Cummins as a surname on my grandmother's side (Duane's wife). I had always been told that Stonewall was my 3rd greatgrandfather - but in doing research I now do not think that's true. Perhaps I'm related in some other way. Do any of these names sound familiar? Thanks for your help and time!!!!!
Alison Dzwonkowski <Beritappralison@aol.com>
Cape Coral, FL USA - Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 23:51:46 (EST)
I'm trying to find information about JOSIAH JACKSON married to ELIZABETH died July 1787 Had children MARTHA JACKSON and CARTER JACKSON, Martha married WILLIAM ROACH and had daughter ELIZABETH ANN JACKSON ROACH who married JAMES A. WINN. Also info on MARGARET WINN NEALE daughter of MINOR WINN and grandmother toSTONWALL JACKSON.
Carolyn Markie <carolynmarkie@frontier.net>
Durango, CO USA - Monday, March 06, 2000 at 17:14:03 (EST)
ANDREW JACKSON BROOKS m. ZARILDA ANN BURKETT, Andrew b. about 11-?-1841 . Am searching for any information on Andrew or Zarilda. I dont even have his father. Thanks!
Karen Cramer <Karensue73@hotmail.com>
Hamilton, Mo. USA - Saturday, March 04, 2000 at 09:31:59 (EST)
I am searching Jackson family who emmigrated to USA from Liverpool, England. Edmund Jackson born in Sedbergh, Yorkshire in1839 and his brother Richard Jackson born in Sedbergh in 1845. I would like to find their descendants if possible.
Margaret Evans <MargE7011@aol.com>
USA - Friday, March 03, 2000 at 16:50:31 (EST)
Looking for information on LEWIS JACKSON, b 1800 MS, married Winnie ADAMS in Marion Co. MS, 1829. Children placed under guardianship of Hardy Brown in Wilkinson Co MS 1845. Lewis and the 6 children later migrated to Sabine P Parish LA in early 1850's. Children of Lewis and Winnie: Sylvester, John (Andrew?), Leander, Joseph J., Lewis T., and Christiana Naomi.
JoAnn Pape <jpape@lconn.com>
Houston, TX USA - Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 10:19:23 (EST)
Looking for info on REV. IRA L. JACKSON who married IDA MAE LESTER. Assume they were from West Virginia since their daughter FLOSSIE ELIZABETH JACKSON married ROSCOE HURLEY GRIMM (b. 1897) from Braxton Co.
John W. Grimm <JGrimm3967@aol.com>
USA - Friday, February 18, 2000 at 21:12:37 (EST)
i am looking for any info. on james h. jackson born in va. in 1827. married laura echols, born in va. in 1828. they married inhenry co. va on april 14, 1846. moved to surry co. va around 1854. had children named jona born 1847, job born 1849, sarah born 1852 and abraham born 1853 all born in va. they had isaac born 1854, jacob born 1855, henry james born 1856, susan born 1858 and grant born 1865, all born in surry co. n.c. i have been told we have a connection to this jackson family, but can't find it. james h. is my ggrandfather. any help greatly appreciated as to his father and place of birth in va.
william jones <joneswn@aol.com>
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 11:35:55 (EST)
I am looking for any information on the ancestors of Ira Oscar Jackson b3-27-1894 in Upshur Co., WV; d 7-2-82 in Buckhannon, Upshur Co.; buried at the Tomblyn Cemetery, Tennerton, Upshur Co.; m Eulah L. Ramsey 7-19-1918 in Upshur Co. He is my grgrandfather. His parents were Emery Jackson and Nancy Mackey. This information was taken from a family Bible, thus, I'm not sure that the spelling of the names Emery or Mackey are correct. This is all the information I have. I would greatly appreciate any information anyone can supply on these folks. Sincerely, Becky Riffee
Becky Riffee <beckyriffee@netzero.net>
Wichita, KS USA - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 21:21:55 (EST)
Robert J Jackson lived and died in Calloway Co, Kentucky (near Murray)(1852-1914). He married Sarah F. and they had 8-10 children. He's buried alongside his wife at Stewart Cemetary in Calloway Co. I'd appreciate any information on him, Sarah F., or his parents. Sincerely, Michael Lynn Jackson jacksonm@pobox.com
Michael Jackson <jacksonm@pobox.com>
Boston, MA USA - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 17:35:38 (EST)
LOOKING FOR LANCE!!! Desperately searching for Lance JACKSON, born May 14 or 16, 1970 in Houston, TX. Birth parents were Larry JACKSON and Lila JACKSON. Lila later divorced and re-married. New husband's last name is unknown....and Lance was adopted. He may be living in Texas or Louisiana. ANY information regarding this line of JACKSONS would be helpful in my search. Larry's father's name was Harvey JACKSON. Lila's maiden name was ALSO JACKSON. Thanks!!!
Stella <stellalynn@yahoo.com>
Corpus Christi, TX USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 20:35:18 (EST)
Searching for birthplace/burial site, parents/siblings of James Jackson, b. Oct. 1837 "somewhere in VA". Unable to definitely locate him on WVA censuses. Found only in 1900 Lawrence county, Louisa, KY married to Nancy Browning with 3 young children.
katherine Skalicky <parquo@aol.com>
Alexandria, VA USA - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 14:35:16 (EST)
This is all the JACKSON Family information I have, which isn't much by any means. Would love to hear from anyone that has even a clue for me. My Great Grandfather M. Allen Jackson (Nick named Shorty) married Elizabeth __?__ Children were: Eddie Marcus Sr., L.M. "Bob" , Kermit and Thelma. My Grandfather Eddie Marcus JACKSON Sr. b. 1920 in El Dorado, Butler Co., Kansas. d. August 3, 1965 El Sobrante, CA. m. Dorothy Belle MURPHY Dorothy Bell Murphy June 22, 1939 in Greeley CO. 2nd m. Fransioli __?__ d. August 3, 1965 El Sobrante, CA buried: Rolling Hills Memorial Park, Richmond, Contra Costa Co., CA Children with Dorothy were: Eddie Marcus Jr. and Rosie Elizabeth Children with Fransioli were: Charles Rodney, Gertrude Elizabeth, Robert Allen, Pamela Sue, Gary Lee, Judy Mae, My Mother Rosie Elizabeth JACKSON b. Sept 9 1940 in Greeley Co. m. Feb 8, 1963 Larry Franklin RUMERY in CA. Thank you for you time, Robin Evert http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/3822
Robin Evert <robin.evert@rdtcorp.com>
Omaha, NE USA - Monday, December 27, 1999 at 18:24:06 (EST)
Wish to correspond with anyone having info on the following JACKSON/BUTTERS connection: Elizabeth Ann BUTTERS (12 Feb 1822-30 Mar 1877 Harrison Co WV d/o Samuel BUTTERS & Sarah PAXTON) married 22 Oct 1844 Harrison Co (W)V Robert H JACKSON. Have children as William W., Sarah A., Mary S., George S., John & Emma 1858-1867. Need children's dates and spouses. Many thanks!
Patti <Ittapmusic@aol.com>
USA - Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 21:29:52 (EST)
I have been trying to find information about the parentage of David Templeton Jackson. I know he married in Indiana in 1861 to Charlotte Ray. But I do not know where he was born or any other information about where he came from. There has always been an old rumor in our family that he was related to Andrew Jackson. Can you verify or kill that rumor. Any other tips on research? Thank you. Donna Jackson Middendorf
Donna Middendorf <middendorf_photography@yahoo.com>
St. Louis, MO USA - Saturday, December 18, 1999 at 18:37:58 (EST)
If there is anyone, anywhere who has any information on Emanuel Jackson, I would love to hear from you. I have been stuck for 5 years, he was supposedly born in Pennsylvania ca 1824, married 2 July 1843 in Richland Co., Ohio to Eleanor Ayres and passed away on th 5 of October 1862 in Mercer Co., Ohio. Family lore states that he was a descendant of the Jackson's who defended Buckhannon Fort.
kristi Donaldson <scotlady@eesc.com>
Marine City, MI USA - Wednesday, December 15, 1999 at 18:21:51 (EST)
Looking for parents of William Warren Jackson b-9mar1837 married Elizabeth Alene Curnutt 2 May 1855.They had ten surviving children, William Edwin b-6/5/1856 Charles Millard Fillmore b-3/3/1859, Laura Alene b- 11/18/1864, Milton Frank b-2/18/1864,Richard Reubin b-3/91866, Enoch Wilburn b-2/26/1869, Harry Alton b-6/27/1872, Walter Howard b-12/28/1874. William Warren Jackson's father was born in Ohio or Indiana. It is known he died before 1838. The 1840 census for Pettis Co. Missouri shows a William Jackson living in the household of a Mr. Robert H. Berry,farmer. Mr. Berry was born 1801. Relatives of the children of William and Elizabeth are numerous.Thanks for any help.
Richard Jackson <lcj@iwl.net>
Friendswood, Tx USA - Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 19:05:50 (EST)
Iam trying to find out more about my lineage on my fathers side of the family.He claims i am decending grand daughter of Stonewall Jackson.His sister verified the claim.He told me i am related thru Ophelia Jackson.Thru my fathers mother Mamie Parr.ALSO that the Parr family decends back to King Henry the eighth thru Catherine Parr,if anyone can verify this info or knows of the relations between the names i have listed please help me find out once and for all if i am a decendant of Stonewall.According to my dad and his sister there is evidence at Galveston texas town hall.thats my next stop for info.According to photos i have seen of Stonewall my dad could pass as his identical twin.want to know more if anyone can help don't know whole story.my father is in his mid to late 50's.and i have learned recently that Stonewall and former pres. Andrew Jackson were cousins. please contact me if anyone can shed some light on my search.just in case my fathers name was Herbert Middlebrooks [but he dropped the s]and he was pure blood Irish man.I will review this message board regular now that i know it is avalible.If i find out anything else about Stonewall or Andrew that is not posted i will post the info. incase someone else needs it.
Jean Middlebrook <SWEEDPD2@aol.com>
MD USA - Wednesday, December 01, 1999 at 04:11:45 (EST)
Looking for the parents of Adeson (Addison?) Bennett JACKSON and his wife Matilda (GRIFFITH) JACKSON. Adeson Bennett JACKSON was born December 21, 1812 in RANDOLPH County, NC; he died April 15,1890 in Frenchburg, MENIFEE County, KY. Adeson's and Matilda's marriage bond was signed September 5, 1833 in SURRY County, NC. by Adeson JACKSON and Mr. C. B. TUCKER (may be Magistrate??) Adeson and Matilda moved to GRAYSON County, VA in approx. 1835. About 1857 they moved to BATH County, KY. Matilda died around 1867. Adeson's 2 nd. wife was Mary Amanda MORRISON HATTON (HATTEN?) who was born. c 1830-34; died February 22, 1874 in MENIFEE County, KY. This marriage took place on October 13, 1867 in BATH County, KY. Adeson's 3 rd. wife was Hester Anne DALE, born about 1852 in ??. she died March 14, 1878 in MENIFEE County, KY. They were married January 16/17, 1875 in MENIFEE County, KY. Adeson's 4 th. wife was Jemima SPENCER GIBBS, born January 8, 1832 in LEE County, VA. They were married October 9, 1881 in Menifee County, KY. Jemima out lived Adeson and she died in 1914 in Peck, IDAHO. Also looking for info about possible siblings of ADESON BENNETT JACKSON. and WIVES..... Thanks for any help.
Donna Jackson-Lawson <kbekwize@bellatlantic.net>
Big Stone Gap, VA USA - Thursday, November 25, 1999 at 20:36:06 (EST)
I am looking for information on my g grandmother Penelope Ophelia Jackson. She was born Dec 15, 1873 in Tennesse. She had a twin sister that died at birth. She had 3 brothers that I know of Carl, Will and Tom. Her parents were Joe Jackson and Susan Evans. Can anyone help?? Thanks.
Karen Hebert <mtkh6@cajun.net>
Houma, La USA - Friday, November 19, 1999 at 15:28:34 (EST)
I am trying to find the names of the children of Edward Hadden Jackson and Rebecca Love Edward Hadden was born Mar. 4, 1787 and died 1847
Cyndi Connelley <cyconnel@indiana.edu>
Bloomington, IN USA - Monday, November 15, 1999 at 12:43:45 (EST)
My mom and I are trying to find the parents of Jaz Jackson who married a lady named Margaret (my correction, sorry). They had a son named Edward H Jackson, born around 1841. Edward married Mary Isabel Dallison. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Cyndi Connelley <cyconnel@indiana.edu>
Bloomington, IN USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 13:44:41 (EST)
My mom and I are trying to find the parents of Jaz Jackson who married a lady named Elizabeth. They had a son named Edward H Jackson, born around 1841. Edward married Mary Isabel Dallison. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Cyndi Connelley <cyconnel@indiana.edu>
Bloomington, IN USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 13:41:30 (EST)
I'm searching for any leads in the line of my grandmother Elizabeth JACKSON. I've also heard her referred to as Catharine Jackson. She married James LEMMONS Feb. 20, 1824 in Bath Co., Va. Any information will be appreciated.
Cara Plumb Miller <grider@c2i2.com>
Sierra Vista, Az USA - Sunday, October 24, 1999 at 11:39:15 (EDT)
I have been told that my 4th greatgrandmother was a sister to Stonewall Jackson's 2 greatgrandfather John Jackson. Her name was Mary Polly Jackson born in 1766 in Virginia. She died in 1812 in Calloway, KY. She married a Samual Jackson Gould on 13 Sept. 1797. They had four children Jane W. born 1798 in Blount Ky and died 1885 in Callaway Ky. John born 10 Dec 1800 died 11 Aug 1873 Andrew born 1810 and died in 1864. Her Father was from Ireland. Her Grandfather was a Dr.Joe Gould born 1690 died 1766 in Ireland. I am trying to verify if this information is right. Thanks
Sandra Russell <skg912@centurytel.net>
National City, MI USA - Friday, October 15, 1999 at 14:55:55 (EDT)
Rebecca Jackson was my gggg-grandmother. She married David Bruton. Their daughter was Sarah (Sallie) Bruton, b. 11/27/1807 in Madison, KY and d. 10/17/1886 in Hallsville, MO. She married John Hulen on 3/1/1824 in Boone Co., MO. I'm looking for any information Rebecca Jackson's family. Thank you.
Karen Garrett <dbg02@csufresno.edu>
Clovis, CA USA - Wednesday, October 13, 1999 at 20:00:12 (EDT)
My ggggg grandfather was named John Warren Jackson. He was born in Maryland in 1756, married to Lydia Walker (?) and died in Warren County, GA in 1846. His will lists his sons as Thomas, Aaron, Nathan, and Lewis. These sons may have been named for his brothers. I would like to know who his parents were.
Dee Redkevitch <deezee97@mindspsring.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Saturday, October 09, 1999 at 23:02:32 (EDT)
My Great Grandfather's name was John Richard Jackson he lived most his life in South east Montana. His father was said to have came from Chicago in the late 1800's. I am in the process of tracing the past any help would be great.
Thomas Messer <tmess@gateway.net>
Frederick, MD USA - Sunday, October 03, 1999 at 19:11:11 (EDT)
I have found an Eli and Charlotte Jackson in Eastern Florida (Darlington?) who had severl children (Tempy, male, Wyllis, male, Jim, male, and Sam, male,)in Flordia and then severl more in Georgia, (Minda, femal, Lorenia, female, Charlie, male, Albert, male, Lylla, femal and Scott, male). I believe Eli was born in Florida in 1830 and moved to Ga abt.1853. If anyone has any info. or ideas let me know. Thanks, Laura
Laura Gomes <lgomes@aiinc.com>
Fallon, NV USA - Friday, October 01, 1999 at 11:19:45 (EDT)
I am looking for information on an Alfred Jackson who possible born in New Orleans, Louisiana in the 1800's. He married Genie (Jackson (maiden name)) Jackson. They moved to Magnolia Arkansas. One of their children: John Jackson was born there 6/25/1998.
Larry K. Jackson <p21625@email.mot.com>
mesa, Az USA - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 at 18:55:09 (EDT)
I have just started trying to trace my mother's family. They are the Jacksons from Hardin County, Illinois. Her father was Walter Clifford JACKSON born May 12,1901 in Rosiclare, Illinois. Married Janie Adaline CARMEN born May 12, 1906. Walter's father was Walter Harrison Jackson or Harry Harrison Jackson, his father was James K.P. Jackson who fought in the civil war. He was in Troop B 6 Rect Ill Cav. Died November 28, 1903 (?). James' father was John Jackson. This is all of the information I really have at this time. Any information I could get would be a great help, I am pretty lost as to where to begin. Thanks and good luck to everyone.
Janie Dees <bdees@quixnet.net>
Amarillo, TX USA - Monday, September 27, 1999 at 21:54:47 (EDT)
I am looking for info on parents of Ephrain Jackson born 1824 Wheeling WVA or Elisa Truxell born 1829 Wheeling WVA
Ronald F. Jackson <rionfjack@zianet.com>
Deming, NM USA - Monday, September 27, 1999 at 15:46:05 (EDT)
Searching for information on Ernst Jackson born 1872 in West Virginia and married Nora Stewart, born 1874 in Kentucky. Children I think are, Edith, born 1908,she married Ray Beckett, Louise born 1906,she married A. C. Nutter, Minnie,she married Frank Letts, William born 1896, and John Hamilton born 1901 in Harewood, WV, he married Grace E. Backus in 1923 in Charleston. John Hamilton and Grace are my grandparents and I have lots of information from them down but need to find information on his father Ernst and his ancestors. If any one has information on this family would love to share with you. Thank you.
Mary Williams <JimMary69@aol.com>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Monday, September 27, 1999 at 09:10:07 (EDT)
Marshall Edward Jackson B 1820 Russell County, Virginia Supposed to have married Sara (Sarah) Ennis B 1837 Looking for brothers, sisters, ancestors. His parents were supposed to have come from England.
RG Edelman <re850826@edelman-rp.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Sunday, September 19, 1999 at 02:40:57 (EDT)
Suspect my gt6 g/f, Samuel Jackson d.1765, Chester Co/PA could be related to John Jackson, Stonewall's gt g/f.(he named a son, Samuel). Looking for names of two older bros of John and if/when they came to America. W N Crawford 828-669-6032
W N Crawford <hacky-sack@juno.com>
Black Mtn,, NC USA - Thursday, September 16, 1999 at 22:32:12 (EDT)
My great-great grandmother was named Josephine Jackson. All we know of her is that she was married to Johm Cummins probably in La Porte Indiana and resided with him in Elkhart Indiana and that she was born in PA. There is a tradition in the family that she was somehow related to Stonewall Jackson. This comes from her gandson, my grandfather. Any help in finding her birthplace, parents names or anything else about her would be highly appreciated. Dave Miller
dave Miller <fd_cummins@yahoo.com>
Las Cruces, nm USA - Sunday, September 12, 1999 at 15:11:57 (EDT)
We are searching our ancestors, and have come across an Elizabeth (Betsy) Jackson, born April 16, 1787, in Canaantown Columbia County New York. Her Father is Theophilus Jackson, we believe was born in 1767. Betsy Jackson married a William Hart, born June 4th, 1785. We cannot find him anywhere, However, we understand he was born in Ballstown Albany County New York. Has anyone heard or seen anything about this union, please list here, or e-mail us at bergking@net-link.net Thank You.
Craig Berg <bergking@net-link.net>
Battle Creek, MI USA - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 16:58:35 (EDT)
I am searching for Thompson Jackson b. 1805 in North Carolina, married Martha Elizabeth Wynn , Feb. 8, l823 in Wake Co., NC. He is the Father of Nicholas Winifred Jackson born in Raliegh NC in 1832. Nick was married to Elizabeth Clement in Arkansas. The city of Jacksonville Arkansas was named for Nicholas. I have NO information beyond Thompson. Can anyone help me??
Janet Siebold <siebold@aol.com>
gig harbor, wa USA - Friday, September 03, 1999 at 01:29:35 (EDT)
I am looking for inforamtion on the parents on a Benjamin Jackson born in Lewis or Calhoun County, West Virginia (then Virginia) around 1817. He married Elizabeth Stallman (Lewis County)who was born on December 21, 1818 and died August 20th, 1901. They had three childen, Edward, born July 25, 1840, Spencer, born sometime after 1842, and Samuel, born in November 1842. Benjamin died on October 8, 1845. My line comes through Edward. I currently have a dead end with Benjamin. Any help with his parents would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Michael E. Uhl <uhlme@viptx.net>
Victoria, TX USA - Sunday, August 29, 1999 at 22:44:22 (EDT)
I am looking for information about my ggg grandfather Joe Jackson. He was born on in November of 1884, married Betty Rodgers (born 1870) He was a saw mill worker. His daughter, my gg grandmother was Nancy Jane Jackson (born Feb. 25, 1859 or 4?) and died (Feb. 25, 1901) She had dark hair and eyes. Any information would be helpful. Thanks and Take Care :) Debbie Rankins Nicholas
Debbie Rankins Nicholas <gnich91662@aol.com>
DeSoto, TX USA - Sunday, August 22, 1999 at 11:43:38 (EDT)
I am looking for the family of 2 sisters. Emily Jackson was born about 1817 NC, and married John Nixon 6 Dec 1834 Wayne County, IN. Susan Jackson was born 26 Jun 1825, and was married 4 Apr 1844 Hamilton County, IN to William Nixon (John's brother). I believe that this was a Quaker family, it seemed to follow the movement that they made in the early 1800's. Any information greatly appreciated
Kim Kester <kimk920@hotmail.com>
sheboygan, wi USA - Thursday, August 12, 1999 at 00:33:08 (EDT)
My family has always said that our Jacksons were related to both Stonewall and Andrew Jackson. Unfortunately, I've found nothing but confusing dead ends. I have a David Jackson, born in 1730 in Ireland and died in 1811 in Lancaster Co., PA. He married a Margaret. Their son was a David also, born about 1777 and died in 1863. He married Anney Bowen on July 31, 1800 in Grainger Co., TN. David's son was Thomas Jackson, born about 1800 and died in 1863. He married Sarah Maize. Thomas had a son, James Toliver Jackson, born on Oct. 11, 1840 In Elixer, AR and died on Feb. 25, 1913 in Keener, AR. He married Harriett Ellingsworth on Jan. 24, 1861 in Dubuque, AR. Can anyone help with any links. Thank you.
Karen Garrett <dbg02@csufresno.edu>
Clovis, CA USA - Tuesday, August 03, 1999 at 01:46:55 (EDT)
My family has always said that our Jacksons were related to both Stonewall and Andrew Jackson. Unfortunately, I've found nothing but confusing dead ends. I have a David Jackson, born in 1730 in Ireland and died in 1811 in Lancaster Co., PA. He married a Margaret. Their son was a David also, born about 1777 and died in 1863. He married Anney Bowen on July 31, 1800 in Grainger Co., TN. David's son was Thomas Jackson, born about 1800 and died in 1863. He married Sarah Maize. Thomas had a son, James Toliver Jackson, born on Oct. 11, 1840 In Elixer, AR and died on Feb. 25, 1913 in Keener, AR. He married Harriett Ellingsworth on Jan. 24, 1861 in Dubuque, AR. Can anyone help with any links. Thank you.
Karen Garrett <dbg02@csufresno.edu>
Clovis, CA USA - Tuesday, August 03, 1999 at 01:45:42 (EDT)
I am still seeking info about my ancestor, Nancy Jackson Calhoun. We were told her maiden name was Richards, and she married a Jackson. We also have it passed down in the family that we are related to this line...She was born circa 1851, and was married to Eugene Calhoun 27 Sep 1869. We are still in doubt of whether her maiden name was Richards, or Jackson...If any of these dates tie in, or make sense to someone, I would be grateful for the information! Debra Short
Debra <rodreb@tusco.net>
New Philadelphia, OH USA - Monday, August 02, 1999 at 00:25:40 (EDT)
I am looking for Minnie Ola Jackson and Frances Jackson who came from North Carolina
Geraldine Marbut <juliann@hpnc.com>
Covington, Tx USA - Monday, July 26, 1999 at 22:35:37 (EDT)
Edmond son of John & Elizabeth.son Wlm Jackson b.1799 m. Augeline Dickens Jackson. son Franklin Payne Jackson b.1844 m.Ellen Elizabeth Channon.son Edmond Franklin Jackson m.Mary Barkley. Wlm Thomas Jackson b.1834 m.Nancy Louise Whaley(Whaley/Robert Cromwell line)
Laura Jackson <jak.l@juno.com>
Irvine, CA USA - Sunday, July 18, 1999 at 20:13:16 (EDT)
Looking for information concerning Benjamin Jackson b. 4-26-1719 m. Amy Jackson in 1751 in Cheraw District SC. Their son Charles b. 1760 fought throughout the American Revolution and received bounty land in Washington County GA. Charles also married an Amy Jackson. When Amy died in childbirth, Charles married Alice Barlow in 1802. They left for GA and had one son William of Washington Co., GA. Children with Amy were Amy, Benjamin, twins Sally and Joseph, Thomas, and Jessie.
Judith Jackson Wammock <jwammock@nlamerica.com>
Jekyll Island, GA USA - Thursday, July 15, 1999 at 17:11:24 (EDT)
Searching for ancestors of Alonzo Jackson, born in PA about 1837. He married Roxanna Stewart on November 28, 1861, in Quincy, Adams Co., Illinois. Their children were: Walter Blake Jackson (my grandfather) born 1865; Niota, born about 1863; Elbert Preston born 1872; and Everet W., born 1869, died 1871. Any leads appreciated. I will share what I have on the family. Thanks.
Edward Jackson <edward.h.jackson@worldnet.att.net>
Fairfax, VA USA - Saturday, July 03, 1999 at 09:27:11 (EDT)
ARMON O. JACKSON, born abt. 1810 in TN according to census, married Hannah. He is listed in the Hardeman Co., TN census in 1850 & 1850. Sold land in that county in 1868, no further census listings. Next doo in 1850 is RACHEL JACKSON,84, born in NC. Any help on parents/siblings is sincerely appreciated.
Nell Cassatta <rebel1@dixie-net.com>
Holly Springs, MS USA - Saturday, July 03, 1999 at 08:33:00 (EDT)
Looking for parents of Elbert William JACKSON born in GA circa. 1817. He married Jane Elizabeth RILEY in Montgomery County, Alabama on 8/6/1839. They went from Alabama in 1844 to Louisiana, Arkansas, Lamar County, Texas; Smith County, Texas; and then settling in Cass/Morris County, Texas around the time of the Civil War. Children: William R. b. ca. 1839 Alabama Walter C. b. ca. 1842 Alabama Samuel S. b. 2/22/1844 Alabama Adeline Ann b. 5/09/1846 Louisiana Caroline Adalide b. 10/04/1848 Arkansas Edna Victoria b. 8/07/1852 Smith County, Texas Martin Greene b. 12/23/1854 Smith County, Texas Joanna (JoeAnah) b. 7/??/1857 Smith or Cass County, Texas Payton b. ca. 1859 Texas Crawford b. ca. 1861 Texas Hariett E. W. b. ca. 1864 Texas Would be glad to corresond with anyone who connects to these lines or who may have info as to parents of Elbert William JACKSON or the names of his wife's parents. E-mail: billyw@bluebonnet.net
Carolyn Walker <billyw@bluebonnet.net>
Mt. Pleasant, Tx USA - Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 17:42:10 (EDT)
Would like to know if anyone knows an Elizabeth Jackson (supposedly related to Stonewall) that married Alfred Raines in Tennessee and moved to Valley Mills, Texas. She had brothers Carrol and David. No other information known.
Richard and Carole Scott <corcaigh@netzero. net>
USA - Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 23:56:15 (EDT)
USA - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 05:07:30 (EDT)
I am looking for information regarding any Jacksons in Person County, NC Specifically before Robert Jackson (sons: Robert Jackson and Fred Jackson). Robert was married to Ora Reeves Jackson before his death.
Sandra (Jackson) Baldwin <MBaldwin@Juno. com>
Sylva, NC USA - Monday, June 14, 1999 at 14:29:52 (EDT)
my line is father e.l.jackson his father-joe pruitt jackson-his father andrew jackson-his father samuel jackson his father john jackson.any more help appreciated.
lowell wayne jackson <waynejackson@hotmail.com>
humble, tx USA - Tuesday, June 08, 1999 at 12:08:20 (EDT)
I am very interested in any information on my great great grandmother Hattie M. Jackson who married Newton Lanham. Her parents were Marion Orlando Jackson and Columbia Dean Jackson. Please e-mail me at s.suchdolski@erols.com. Thank you.
Shirley Jack Suchdolski <s.suchdolski@erols.com>
Poolesville, MD USA - Thursday, June 03, 1999 at 22:40:27 (EDT)
I am searching for a link between William Henry Jackson born May 23, 1854 in Tupelo, MS and Edward Jackson born March 1, 1759 in Pendleton, Hardy, VA. Edward is the great-grandfather to William Henry. I have William Henry’s father as John W. Jackson married to Mary J. Carroll. I do not have a name or dates for John W. Jackson’s father. These Jacksons are decendents of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins. William Henry Jackson is my great-grandfather.
Lori Reynolds <eandjsmom@aol.com>
USA - Thursday, June 03, 1999 at 13:55:52 (EDT)
Looking for help with John A. Jackson Born 1836 (Gilliam and Mary Jackson) Robert Jackson Born appx. 1791 Daniel Jackson Born appx. 1813 And stonewall's relation to these people. Help me please!
Eva A. Webb <evak9trainer@prodigy.net>
Brownsville, TN USA - Saturday, May 29, 1999 at 10:38:59 (EDT)
EMILY JACKSON was born about 1816 IN or OH, and was married to John NIXON in 1834, Wayne County, IN. SUSAN JACKSON (Emily's sister) was brought to Hamilton County IN by her brother in law, John NIXON in 1842. SUSAN JACKSON was born 1825 IN. In 1844 she married WILLIAM NIXON, who was JOHN'S brother, in Hamilton County, IN. Any help or leads on these sisters would be greatly appreciated.
Kim Kester <KimK920@aol.com>
Sheboygan, WI USA - Friday, May 21, 1999 at 02:29:35 (EDT)
My grandmother is the gg(g?) granddaughter of Stonewall Jackson by his 2nd wife. But, do not know the connection. She was a secretive woman. She was part indian (not sure which nation, some say Choctaw or Cherokee, or?) She was born in Huntsville Alabama, Oct 26, 1913. She had brothers and sisters, do not know names or parents names.
Shelly Rounds <fatcatdh@ix.netcom.com>
Kirkland, WA USA - Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at 23:20:45 (EDT)
Searching for the parents of my great grandfather, Walter Blake Jackson. When I was a child, I was told that Walter's father's name might be Alonzo or Alphonso. However, this is unverified. According to the 1900-1920 census, Walter Blake was born in Illinois in 1865. He married Louisa?. They had 10 children. One was my grandfather, Hugh Carl Jackson, born in October 188/1889, in Quincy, Illinois. Any leads would be much appreciated.
Edward Hugh Jackson <edward.h.jackson@worldnet.att.net>
Fairfax, VA USA - Friday, May 14, 1999 at 22:33:47 (EDT)
Seeking information on Edward Jackson, b. abt 1800, from Cecil County, MD. Married to Mary (Calvert?) b. abt 1810. Children of Edward & Mary: John Jackson b. abt 1830 William J. Jackson b. 29 Mar 1834 Sarah Jackson b. abt 1836 Christopher Jackson b. abt 1838 Henry Jackson b. abt 1844 Samuel JAckson b. abt 1846 Edward JAckson b. abt 1849 Any info would be very welcome, I am at a dead end, have been for about 2 years.
Everett Jackson <rett_man@yahoo.com>
Elkton, MD USA - Thursday, April 29, 1999 at 15:50:40 (EDT)
Bev. Fletcher <bfletch@icsi.com>
Tivoli, TX USA - Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at 18:30:56 (EDT)
Would like to find the parents and siblings of CHESSAPHY JACKSON. She was born in 1815 whereabouts unknown. She married George Washington Armstrong date unknown. They are buried in Indiana so I am assuming that the branch of West Va and Indiana may be hers.They had several children one of whom was George Dallas Armstrong who had Reuben Leaitt Armstrong my Grandfather.Would appreciate any help or ideas. Thanks Rdee
Rdee Armstrong Lazzaro <RLazz10238@aol.com>
LaPlata, MD USA - Thursday, April 15, 1999 at 12:46:17 (EDT)
I am searching for Whitfield Jackson, born circa 1740, father John. in Stanhope, County Durham
Ruby Mousley <timsmith@talk21>
reading, England - Friday, April 09, 1999 at 04:29:23 (EDT)
We are researching the family of George Edward Jackson and need to know the names of his 15 children. Can anyone help?
Emily & Doris <RENeedham@aol.com>
CA USA - Thursday, April 08, 1999 at 18:04:17 (EDT)
My father was Murray Leo Brooks. His father was Robert Lee Brooks. I have been told we are decendants of Stonewall Jackson but I don't know how. My gradfather Robert Lee was married to Ruby Steinwinder and my dad was born in Helena Arkansas and raised in the area of Yazoo City and Kosiusko Mississippi. We also have Bond and Ivey in our family on Dad's side. I have a family name, I believe from my great grandmother (Margaret Jane). Could you help me? I am not only a novice at geneology, I am also in the dark about the details of my heritage. Thanks MJBB
Margaret Jane Brooks Broadus <mbrncm@aol.com>
Brandon, MS USA - Saturday, April 03, 1999 at 20:32:27 (EST)
Has anyone any information about a Mary JACKSON Married Thomas HILES in England 23 Nov 1818. Her father was called George and she is alleged in my family to have been related to Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson and also to have been included in his will. They had a son John Edward HILES born 19 July 1839 in Gloucester. Any information or pointers would be great to hear. Thanks Matt Jones
Matt Jones <matt@matanza.co.uk>
London, UK - Friday, March 19, 1999 at 10:36:39 (EST)
John Jackson lived in died in LOUDOUN Co., VA. His will was proved in 1821. John Jackson's children mentioned were: Mary CAMPBELL, Elizabeth MCKIMMIE, Ann SAUNDERS, Priscilla KNIGHT, Sarah JENKINS, Abigial HOUSER, Martha LOWRY, dec'd son Styles Jackson, Samuel Jackson, and John Jackson I belive John jackson to be the son of William and Abigail Jackson ol Loudoun Co., VA. I'm a desc. of Elizabeth Jackson MCKIMMIE.
Edward L. Adams, Jr. <elathayer@usa.net>
Alexandria, VA USA - Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 18:31:47 (EST)
John Jackson lived in died in LOUDOUN Co., VA. His will was proved in 1821. John Jackson's children mentioned were: Mary CAMPBELL, Elizabeth MCKIMMIE, Ann SAUNDERS, Priscilla KNIGHT, Sarah JENKINS, Abigial HOUSER, Martha LOWRY, dec'd son Styles Jackson, Samuel Jackson, and John Jackson I belive John jackson to be the son of William and Abigail Jackson ol Loudoun Co., VA. I'm a desc. of Elizabeth Jackson MCKIMMIE.
Edward L. Adams, Jr. <elathayer@usa.net>
Alexandria, VA USA - Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 18:31:16 (EST)
Grandmother Mattie Laura Jackson Gooch, b 1893,Denison, Texas. Searching for information/links to ggfather William Spencer Jackson b1857 (married Jennie Lee Collyer); gggfather O.H.T.(or O.H.P) Jackson born in MS? (married Josephine Mary Arnold). Family known to be in Lamar and Grayson counties in early 1800's.
Bobby Jean Simkins <arclight@mindspring.com>
San Bernardino, CA USA - Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 00:19:01 (EST)
JACKSON - CLEPPER - BRANICK - BUZZARD TN>AR>MO John JACKSON b: Abt. 1840 in TN married Ann CLEPPER b: Abt. 1840 in TN (or KY?). Two know children: Daughter - Synthia JACKSON b: Abt. 1860 married ?? BUZZARD (Note: 1936 lived in Springfield MO). Son - Jacob Church "Jake" JACKSON b: June 22, 1861 in Carroll Co AR (NOTE: 1887 lived in Corsicana(Barry) Co MO) d: April 06, 1936 in Joplin (Jasper) MO, Buried Forest Park Cem. (1st wife: Josephine "Josie" BRANICK, 2nd Wife of Jacob Church "Jake" JACKSON: Clara ?? HAMMOND.)
Tammy <famtree007@aol.com>
OR USA - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 18:23:15 (EST)
I am the 2 gg dau of Elizabeth A. JACKSON who d. 1876 in Richmond, Madison Co., KY. Her father was Israel G. Jackson and her mother was named Betsy. Anyone searching these people? Any leads? Thank you in advance, Annette Lancaster, CA
Annette Andersen <dale1@ptw.com>
Lancaster, CA USA - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 17:26:32 (EST)
Looking for any info on Abner Jackson Est. born 1792 in Ga?Lived in Conecuh county, Ala and several other counties, in Ala.before moving to Mississippi. Possibly married to Eliz. Emily Pitts, Elizabeth Baggett, or Isabella Baggett. Any info would be helpful. Thanks Diana
Diana Myers <myers@netdoor.com>
Seminary, Ms USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 19:17:53 (EST)
Looking for any info on Abner Jackson Est. born 1792 in Ga?Lived in Conecuh county, Ala and several other counties, in Ala.before moving to Mississippi. Possibly married to Eliz. Emily Pitts, Elizabeth Baggett, or Isabella Baggett. Any info would be helpful. Thanks Diana
Diana Myers <myers@netdoor.com>
Seminary, Ms USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 19:17:49 (EST)
My earliest Jackson ancestor seems to be Benjamin born 1700-1720? who married ( Mary Rushing ?) and had sons 1. John who married Phoebe Thomason, 2. Edward, 3.David who married Mary , 4.Stephen/Nancy Cook ,5. Isaac/Elizabeth 6. Benjamin Jr. and 7.Jessee Jackson married to Delilah Meadows. My 4th great grandfather was Stephen Jackson called "Killing Stephen Jackson" during the Rev. War. Stephen lived in Anson Co. N.C. His son Able Jackson lived in Humphreys County Tn. Able's son John Jackson and wife Elizabeth?? moved into Izard Co. Ar. and John's son Able Richmon moved on to Romance in White county Arkansas. I would love to share with any descendants of this family. Does anyone know who the father of Benjamin Jackson was.
Mary Russell <bird@scrtc.com>
Glasgow, Ky USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 11:48:07 (EST)
Lookg for information on Eliza JACKSON B. 1853 and her husband, Andrew Jackson BROOKS, B. 1852. They raised their family of 11 children on a farm in Woods Crossroads, VA. Eliza's parents were Thea and Shandy JACKSON, both former slaves, or possibly indentured servants. Thea and Shandy were both apparantly tri-racial isolates, of Indian, Black and Caucasian descent. Andrew Jackson BROOKS was full-blood Indian, my guess being either Chickahominey/Pamunkey Powhatan or Cherokee. Their daughter, Vera Maud Brooks CARTER was my paternal grandmother. If anyone has any information or is descended from this family, please contact me. Most of my cousins are apparantly still located in the Woods Crossroads, VA area. Thank you!
Pameela-Joan <pjcoolcart@aol.com>
USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 10:15:21 (EST)
Samuel, Archibald and Theophilus were our first Jacksons to come from England. One brother, Dr. Fredrick Jackson remained in England. Samueal had 8 children, one of these was Daniel. Daniel had 12 children, one of these was Daniel. Daniel Jr. married Rhonda Ann Cady, Daniel Jr. was in the War of 1812. Three of their sons were born in Essex Co. N. Y., Oscar F.,1833,William W. b.1839 and Martin Van Buren Jackson. All 3 came to Eau Claire, Wi. Martin is my wife's g-g-grandfather. Any information on any of these Jacksons would be greatly appreciated. Scott and Barb (Jackson) Hansen
Scott Hansen <Hansen.Scott2@MAYO.edu>
Eau Claire, Wi. USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 08:42:18 (EST)
I am looking for information on the John Jackson, born at Rutherford County, North Carolina and died 1849 Buried in Jackson Family Cemetary, Walker County Georgia. His wife was Eave Still (Daughter of Boaz Still and Mary Lyda) married 4/16/1808 @ Rutherford County, North Carolina . Children were Elizabeth, Andrew, Allson, Lawrence, Robert. John Jr., Matilda, Susan, Mary. Eva, Charles, Lydia and Henry Lyda Jackson (my GGGGrandfather) born August 11, 1810 at (Rutherford) Buncombe County, North Carolina, married to Nancy Ann(26) Holland married October 13, 1835 , she was born in Putnam County, Ga. I have ran into a wall trying to find any info. on the Parents of John and Eave(Still) Jackson. Would appreciate any help.
Thomas E. Blackman <TBlack5594@aol/com>
Mansfield, Texas USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 02:58:43 (EST)
Looking for info. on Charlie Whitfield Jackson, b oct 8, in Georgia d aug 13, 1934, in Action Tx. married Mary Ann (Polly) Rash. Children Luther Myrtle Jerom C. William Archie (My Grandfather) Mary Whit
Laura Gomes(Jackson) <lgomes@aiinc.com>
Fallon, NV USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 00:06:40 (EST)
I am seeking the parents of Henrietta Jackson who was b ca 1780 in Virginia. She m Joshua Short in Garrard Co., Ky on 1 Apr 1800. They moved to Jackson Co., Tn. where they raised a large family .They later moved to Illinois where she died. Tradition says that Henrietta was a cousin to Andrew Jackson. Which one of Andrew's uncles was her sire? This has been a hard one to trace. Please help if you can. Thank you.
Frieda Wilson <fewilson@aol.com>
Dunedin, Fl. USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 22:54:04 (EST)
Searching for any information on the family of my Gt-grandfather; John Marshall Jackson b: Mar. 4, 1846..Marion County, SC Mother's name: Mary Ann "Polly" (maiden name unknown) siblings: Charles J., Erastus D., Drucilla, Rebecca and Anne... The family moved to Barbour County, AL and are on the 1860 census. Looking for the name of the Father of the family... John Marshall and his brothers served in the Alabama Infantries of the Civil War... John later moved to Texas...he was married to Adella Hill and had several children all born in Maud, TX ; Bowie. County.
Betty Jackson Carpenter <Dreamerstm@aol.com>
Texarkana, TX USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 22:09:23 (EST)
Looking for parents and siblings of John(Humpy)JACKSON. He was born around 1813 probably in Tn. Know he had one brother named Robert Jackson b.1810 Tn John married #1 Ann Smart #2 Elizabeth Durham. Had the following children James Monroe ; Nancy Jane ; Dave M ; Rose Ann. Children by wife #2 Henrietta Elizabeth ;Narcissus ;Martha P. ; Sarah ;Susan ; John Robert and Josie Lenora. Most of the children were born in Arkansas. Would appreciate any thing on them. Thanks in advance.
Geneva Wood <MWOOD404@aol.com>
Archer City, Tx USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 21:27:21 (EST)
I am trying to obtain information on my great-grandfather, Rev. Courtland C. JACKSON of New York (b.abt.1820,d.June 1912). Wife was Sarah 'Sallly' RHEA (b.1831-1840),Sullivan Co. TN. They were married at the outbreak of the Civil War. Her parents were Robert Preston RHEA/Nancy DAVIDSON. Rev.C.C.JACKSON had 7 children: (1)Robert JACKSON m. Miss LITTLE of NY/lived in Pittsburgh, GA. (2)Rhea JACKSON m. Clarence MORELAND/lived Lookout Mt, TN. (3)Courtland 'Stonewall' JACKSON, no spouse shown/lived with his mother on Lookout Mt, TN. (4)Augusta L. JACKSON m. J.L. STULLS/lived Alberton(?),(perhaps, Alberta),Canada. (5)Mary M. JACKSON m. Rev. Rufus TRIPLETT/lived Oklahoma City, OK. (6)Reverly P. JACKSON m. Lillian BERRY/lived in Chatanooga, TN. (7)'Nannie' Nancy Virginia JACKSON m. Josiah Edward RHEA (my grandparents). Josiah's parents were Dr. John Preston RHEA,Sr./Matilda Ann LONGACRE, with John Preston RHEA,Sr.'s parents being Robert Preston RHEA/Nancy DAVIDSON, making Josiah & 'Nannie' 1st cousins. Josiah was born in Bluff City, Sullivan Co.,TN, lived with 'Nannie' in Piney Flats and Lookout MT, TN. Moved to Florida in 1922. 'Nannie' was a schoolteacher & poet and graduated from Adelphi College in Garden City, Long Island, NY. My father, Lysle Edward RHEA, had told me that his parents were cousins and that 'Nannie' was a distant cousin of Gen.'Stonewall' JACKSON. The RHEA's descended from the Rev. Joseph RHEA of Ireland and I have their genealogy but have nothing past the Rev. Courtland C. JACKSON and his children. Any information concerning his parentage or children would be greatly appreciated.
Evanda Rhea Sallinger <sallinger@panacom.com>
Panama City, FL USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 21:08:39 (EST)
JACKSON/WHITE My ggrandfather, George Washington JACKSON, b Jan 6, 1839, Caledonia, Jefferson county, Missouri, son of Benjamin JACKSON (see next query.) George enlisted in the Union Army, at the age of 22 years, in the Civil War. Missouri was in sympathy with the Army of the Confederacy, so George went to St. Louis, to enlist, where, on Sept 24, 1861, he was a Private, in Company A, 13th Missouri Infantry Regiment. July 1862, this Regiment became the Company A, 22nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry, where he served under Captain John Creagen. On april 6th & 7th, 1862, he fought in the Battle of Shiloh, under General Lew Wallace, (east of Grant Rd, then south of Grant Rd and west of Lew Wallace Trace and west of Sherman R, near a small Confederate burial ground, then northeast of the intersection of Sherman Rd and Calvary Rd.) This was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. As of August, 1863, he was shown at the U.S.A. General Hospital, in Mound City, Illinois, near Cairo, at the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. In September, 1863, he was transferred to Keokuk, Iowa. From January thru August, 1864, he was listed as a clerk in the Regimental Adjutant's Office, with Company A, 22nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry. He was mustered out, Nov 18, 1864, at the age of 25 years, as his 3 year enlistment was up. He was discharged at Camp Dennison, Ohio. Captain William B. Sowe, of the 11th U.S. Infantry signed the discharge certificate. The original being in the family files of his grand daughter, Emma May Noland. Later in life, he was a member of Colonel Nodine Grand Army of the Republic, Post #85, in Denver, Colorado. Hew was also a member of the "Survivors of the Battle of Shiloh Association." After his discharge, he returned to his home in Caledonia, Missouri, (possibly 1865) and married Livonia Deborah WHITE, Feb 18, 1868, in DeSoto, Jefferson County, Missouri. Livonia was born in AuSable, New York and was the daughter of Elija WHITE and Deborah BABBETTE. George and Livonia had 10 children, 8 survived to adulthood. The children were: William, Benjamin, Leander, Everett, Charles, Mary Ellen, Adeline Vera and George Brown JACKSON. They lived in Missouri, Champaign/Urbana, Illinois and Denver, Colorado. At sometime, George lived in Arkansas, possibly Little Rock. George died Jan 3, 1921, in Denver, Colorado and Livonia died Nov 13, 1925, in Prescott, Arizona. Need any information on George's parents/siblings or on Livonia's parents/siblings. How/why did Livonia end up in Missouri, from New York? These JACKSON's are my brick wall, (not Stonewall) and I would appreciate any information on them, other than "they're dead."
Mary Miller <marykell@aol.com>
Evergreen, CO USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 20:40:38 (EST)
Am searching for information on Benjamin JACKSON, b ca 1800, North Carolina, d October 1847, Washington County, MO. Nothing is known of Benjamin's parents or his spouse. Sometime before 1829, Benjamin moved to Tennessee, as his first 4 children were born there. His children are: Martha 1829 Tennessee, William 1830 Tennessee, Andrew 1831 Tennessee, James 1832 Tennessee, Melvina 1834 Missouri, Emily 1837 Missouri, George Washington b January 6, 1839 Caledonia, Missouri, (My great-grandfather) and Lucinda 1841 Missouri. According to probate/inventory records of Benjamin JACKSON, dated October 25, 1847, found in Circuit Court records, Potasi, Washington County, Missouri, Benjamin died prior to that date. The census of 1850, Jefferson County, Missouri, shows only the children's names and a 66 year old female, Lucinda Evans. Could Lucinda Evans have been Benjamin's mother-in-law? What happened to George Washington JACKSON's siblings? marykell@aol.com
Mary Miller <marykell@aol.com>
Evergreen, CO USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 19:34:57 (EST)
I'm looking for any information on the family of ANDREW JACKSON b. 1817 KY....m. ELIZABETH ELLIOT b. ? KY....2nd wife MARTHA McNAUGHT, BARNES, GIBSON...I first found the family on the 1850 census in Owen Co.,IN...Andrew and Elizabeth had 7 children: WILLIAM R....b. 1837 IN...DANIEL E. b. 1839 IN...MARY ANN b. 1840 IN...MARTHA E. b. 1842 IN...SARAH E. b. 1844 IN...HARIET E. b. 1849 IN...JOSEPHINE B. 1854 IN...step-children...AMANDA BARNES b. 1854 IN...GEROGE E. GIBSON b. 1854 IN... MARY ANN JACKSON SCOTT is my 2nd Ggrandmother... If anyone has any information about this JACKSON family please contact me...thanks so much, N.J.
N.J. Skinner White <VWhite0901@aol.com>
Bridgman, MI USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 18:35:22 (EST)
I am searching for information on the parents of John Jackson who was born in 1842 in Mississippi. According to his baptism records (he was baptised as a Catholic when he was an adult) his father was William Jackson born in VA and Martha Alexander born in KY. I haven't been able to locate a William and Martha Jackson in the 1850 census for Kentucky or Mississippi. I know all or part of them came back to Kentucky because John fought in a Kentucky Cavalry Unit in the Civil War and is buried at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville. My grandfather said his grandfather (William) was killed in the Civil War. I am getting desperate after decades of searching for this line. E-mail me if you have any information. Thanks.
Pat Reeser <bubbles500@aol.com>
Acworth, GA USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 18:22:26 (EST)
Hi, I am looking for relatives or information on William Murray JACKSON (b Jan. 1896 Pittsburgh,Pa.)and his parents,Ralph Fallafield JACKSON (b Lancaster,Pa. 1849 or 1859) who married Estella Lottie DECKER (b 07/18/1872 Cleveland,OH). They married 07/24/1894 in Pittsburgh,Pa.and had 5 children: Ralph Fallafield Jr., William Murray, Ruth J., Estella (Jr), and Miriam. I believe, Ralph Fallafield Jackson Sr's parents names were John and Susan Jackson. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Laura Jackson-Bannan vbannan@voicenet.com
Laura Jackson-Bannan <vbannan@voicenet.com>
westmont, nj USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 17:37:24 (EST)
Hi, I am looking for relatives or information on William Murray JACKSON (b Jan. 1896 Pittsburgh,Pa.)and his parents,Ralph Fallafield JACKSON (b Lancaster,Pa. 1849 or 1859) who married Estella Lottie DECKER (b 07/18/1872 Cleveland,OH). They married 07/24/1894 in Pittsburgh,Pa.and had 5 children: Ralph Fallafield Jr., William Murray, Ruth J., Estella (Jr), and Miriam. I believe, Ralph Fallafield Jackson Sr's parents names were John and Susan Jackson. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Laura Jackson-Bannan vbannan@voicenet.com
Laura Jackson-Bannan <vbannan@voicenet.com>
westmont, nj USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 17:36:24 (EST)
hi I am searching for the parents of Isaac Jackson. He is my 2nd great grandfather. All I know of him, is he married a Sarah (Sally) Patrick in floyd co. Ky on Dec 31, 1817. Their daughter Sarah married a John Gilliam. any information on Isaac will be greatly appreciated. loretta johnson
loretta johnson <cwjlj@ipa.net>
ashland, ky USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 16:38:04 (EST)
Searching for parents of Jeanette Jackson married Nathan Taylor in the early 1800.Children were Elizabeth J.,Ollie,Jotham ,and another sister. Any information will be greatly appreicated. Could of been in MO. IL. VA.
Minnie Barden <mbarden@rapidnet.com>
Sturgis, SD USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 16:18:52 (EST)
Looking for parents of John Jackson, b. 1776 in Pittsylvania, Va. Married Susannah Slaton in 1804. Fought in Battle of New Orleans. His children born in Bedford Tn. Left Tn in 1819 and went to Howard Co. Mo.Have statistics on his children and wife's parents but nothing about his parents. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Margie Lawson, a Jackson descendant
L.R. LAWSON <paparay@fais.net>
USA - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 at 15:49:51 (EST)
I know my grgrgrandfather was named Edward Parsons, and he and Sarah Jackson were the parents of my grgrandfather Andrew Jackson Parsons, born 3/6/1866 in Calhoun County, West Virginia. Edward Parsons apparently was killed in a corn patch feud and orphaned Andrew Jackson Parsons. I do not more details than this and am very interested in finding more information about the Jacksons. I am also particularly interested in finding more information on the Jacksons and Parsons in WV or VA. There is a town in WV named Parsons. Andrew Jackson Parsons married Louisa Emory Wampler and had 11 children: Betty Angelina Parsons, DOB: 6/23/1895, in Blue Ridge, VA; Mary Sara Ann Parsons, DOB: 7/28/1897, in Blue Ridge, VA; Donna Parsons, DOB: 2/22/1899; Samuel James, 12/12/1899, in Blue Ridge, VA; Alonzo McKinley Parsons, DOB: 1/17/01, in Wheeling, WV; Iva Marie Parsons, DOB: 1/26/03, in Wheeling, WV; Arthur Jackson, DOB: 3/24/05, Bellville, WA; Benjamin Franklin Parsons (my grandfather), DOB: 8/9/09, Bellville, WA; Dortha Ellen Parsons, DOB: 5/10/07, Bellville, WA; Edward Carnary Parsons, DOB: 9/16/11, Canada; and Lou Amy Parsons, DOB: 5/9/14, Bellville, WA. Apparently, Andrew Jackson Parsons was a logger. He died of stomach cancer 1/29/15 in Bellfast, WA. Benjamin Franklin Parsons married my grandmother Lesta Mae Boyce and had the following children: Donald Edward Parsons (my father), DOB: 1/10/29, in Yakima, WA, and died in Juneau, Alaska, of lung cancer on 4/18/85; Kenny Parsons, birthdate unknown, died in WA in a motorcycle accident in the mid-1950s; Lester Parsons, birthdate unknown, still living; and Doris Parsons, birthdate unknown, still living. I am 31 years of age, was married for 12 years and recently divorced, and have one seven-year-old son, Patrick Steven Hanson. I also have one 49-year-old brother, Dr. Lawrence Parsons, professor of Neuroscience at the University of Texas, San Antonio, and two sisters: Connie (Parsons) Patt, married to Ron with three sons, Matrix, 4, Graham, 19, and Damien, 21, and Mellissa (Parsons) Russell, married to Jeff with two sons, Cody, 11, and Chase, 8. My sister Connie lives in Silverton, Oregon, and Mellissa and I live in Anchorage, Alaska. I hope any the above information is helpful. Please let me know if you see any relation. : ) Paula S. Parsons
Paula S. Parsons <parsons@arctic.net>
Anchorage, AK USA - Sunday, March 07, 1999 at 15:06:08 (EST)
I am searching for information on the parents and siblings of Claiborn Jackson born l795 in VA. Either as a small child or a young adult he went to East TN where he married Kisire Russell Cheek in l8l8. Their children were: John Andrew, Frances, Rebecca, Samuel, Syntha, William, and Martha. Several of these children moved to MO, but Claiborn died in Anderson Co., TN in l87l.
MaryAnn Theiss <maryanntheiss@worldnet.att.net>
Greenwood, MO USA - Friday, March 05, 1999 at 22:26:22 (EST)
I'm related to Mary Jackson, who was a cousin of Stonewall Jackson. I know that she was 1/4 Indian and married John Knox who was a preacher on horseback and buggy. Their children were Jim Knox, Robert Benjamin Knox, Dock Knox, Dovey Knox, Effie Knox, Hattie Knox, Lucy Knox, Letha Knox, Hawkins Knox, & Zelica Knox. I'm trying to find out which brother of Stonewall Jackson was her father.
Diann Messer <diamesser@aol.com>
USA - Monday, March 01, 1999 at 01:19:47 (EST)
Nova Jaecke <raven70663@aol.com>
Sulphur, La. USA - Friday, February 26, 1999 at 04:07:29 (EST)
Mathew G (Glen) Jackson 1838-1915 born in Wilkes Co, GA. "A" Company 15th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern Virginia C.S.A. July 1861; Captured @ Gettysburg July 1863; Paroled 1865. I have been told that his father was John Jackson (which one?) John F Jackson son of Daniel born in Virginia. I have not confirmed this myself yet. Do you have any information on this JACKSON family line? >>> Regina <<<
Regina Mooneyhan <RMooneyhan@netscape.net>
Covington, GA USA - Sunday, February 21, 1999 at 20:02:33 (EST)
I was wrong about a few of the fact with my Dad (see previous query). My Grandfathers name was James William Jackson. At the time of his death he lived in Hopewell, Va and was born in Princeton, WV. He had a brither named Robert Jackson. James family was in the lumbering business. Please at least point me in the right direction. Thank you for any help you can give me.
William Earl Jackson Lockett <Gryphon109@aol.com>
Cheyenne, WY USA - Saturday, February 20, 1999 at 23:17:06 (EST)
I am researching my gr-gr grandmother Nancy Jackson. She married John Napolean "Nap" Hinton on Feb 6, 1842 in Daviess Co. KY. She was the daughter of George Jackson and Sarah "Sally" Crawford, who's parents were Sam Crawford and Mary Elizabeth Hardin. Family history says that we are related to Stonewall Jackson through a brother of his father. Any information about this family will be greatly appreciated.
Glenn E. Smith <gesca@redshift.com>
Salinas, CA USA - Saturday, February 20, 1999 at 19:52:56 (EST)
Searching surnames HITE,HUGHES,SLEETH,STOUT,STEWART,JACKSON. Most of these families went to Ohio. I came here by chance looking to find a George JACKSON who was administrator of the estate of John SLEETH. This is a great and interesting history of this area. Thanks for all the information. I am really researching for HITE,HEYD,HYDE, ETC, not related to the Jost Hite family. Thank you for information.
Lela Hite Newell <lhite@epix.net>
LeRaysville, pa USA - Monday, February 15, 1999 at 10:51:29 (EST)
I am just starting to trace my fathers family. So little is known about his Jackson links. His father, James Jackson was born in King George County, Va. He left my grandmother soon after my father was born . I know that he was a crane operator (it was listed on the birth certificate). My father passed away this past year and never spoke much of his past. Where do I go from here? Where do I get more info? HELP.
William Earl Jackson Lockett, Jr. <Gryphon109@aol.com>
Cheyenne, Wy USA - Friday, February 12, 1999 at 02:09:52 (EST)
I'm researching Henry T. Jackson and wife Callie W. Robinson and son Alonzo (Lonnie) Holmes Jackson, born 26 July 1900 in Hopewell, Alexandria, or Covington, VA. (I have conflicting documents.) Henry was an electrician who was electrocuted in a wet basement, probably before Lonnie went into the Army in 1921. Lonnie had a long military career, retiring as a Captain in 1952 at San Antonio, TX. and was supposed to be related to Stonewall Jackson. Would like to know more about parents, siblings, and burial places. I have the rest of Lonnie's line to date. Thank you. Alene Roy, 34871 Wendlandt Way, Scappoose, OR 97056
Alene Roy <aleneroy@transport.com>
Scappoose, OR USA - Tuesday, February 02, 1999 at 13:36:17 (EST)
I am trying to find the parents of my grandfather Robert Earl Jackson b 19 Dec. 1856 in Monroe County Ky. d 10 Feb 1945 in Monroe County Ky. He married Nancy Elizabeth Thomas 30 Jan 1879, who died 13 April 1905. I understand he was the only child and was raised by his grandparents. I think his parents came to Monroe County Ky. from Tennessee. He outlived 4 wives. I have the names of his first two and of the last one. I don't know the names of the third and fourth. Any help would be appreciative. Thank you very much.
Dale W. Jackson <djflier@murlin.com>
Sedalia, Mo. USA - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 14:18:13 (EST)
I am looking for descendents of Edward Jackson and his wife, Elizabeth. Edward was born about 1658 and died in 1740. Also looking for descendents of his son, Edward (1718-1747) and wife, Sarah. I also have a son of his, Edward (1748-1804) who married Margaret McMullen. This Edward served during the Revolutionary War. This Jacksons were from Cecil County, MD. Thanks, Annie
Annie Wheeler <forppgann@aol.com>
MD USA - Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 02:03:14 (EST)
I am looking for info o the parents or sibs of Samuel Jackson born 1811.We do not know wher he was born.Check out my web site to see if we are connected.http://www.angelfire.com/oh/shejacks/index.html once there click on the monkey and it will take you to my family.Please sign my guest book and post at my site for others looking for other Jacksons that might see your request there.Jackson's are hard to track so we need all the post we can find. Happy hunting,SHERYL
Sheryl <smerritt@seidata.com>
Greensburg, IN USA - Thursday, January 21, 1999 at 20:26:25 (EST)
My name is William "Bill" Jackson. I am the son of Bernard "bud" Jackson and Bonnie Jackson. I have four brothers and two sisters. Michael,Bernard "Scott",Kelly, Dan, Lori and Tom. I had four uncles named William, Joe,Tom and another named "Cootie". I have an Aunt named Agnus and HannaMea. Most of my Uncles lived in Southern Colorado. I am searching for information on John Jackson. He was unable to read and write and may have fought for both the North and the South in the Civil war. I know he was a member in the Missouri Guard. If any of this sounds interesting, or can help you in your searches, please E mail me. If there are any Jacksons in the Valley of the Sun, that would like to get together, E me!!
William David Jackson <wdjackson@hotmail.com>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 00:09:53 (EST)
I, like many others, am trying to find the rumored lineage back to ole Stonewall. I have little to go on, Charles Fremont S. Jackson (born in Iowa) m. Elizabeth V. Crawford. Don't know when Charles was born; however, his daughters were born in the early 1890's so presume he was born in the 1870's or around then. He had three daughters: Leila Ruth Jackson b. 3-17-1894 in Monett, MO; Grace b. 12-12-1891 in Mo, and Clara. The 1900 Census has them living in Roaring River Township, County of Berry (Barry?) MO. The 1910 Census places them in Richmond, Fort Bend County, Tx. Do any of you know these names??
April Reppert <areppert@gapcdr.com>
USA - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 20:47:23 (EST)
Dear Friends, I am looking for information on the ancestors of my paternal grandmother, Francis (Webb) Moore. I have the following individuals: 1. James Jackson b: Oct 31, 1799 d: Sep 9, 1855 +Margaret Francis b: July 4, 1797 d: May 11, 1873 2. Robert Francis Jackson b: May 18, 1825 d: Aug 1, 1900 +Phoebe Salina Critchlow b: June 26, 1827 d: Nov 27, 1889 3. Mary Jane Jackson b: April 10, 1861 d: Aug 4, 1932 +Hazen Lathrop Webb b: Mar11, 1853 d: Mar 26, 1896 4. Francis May Webb b: May 17, 1890 d: May 1987 Any further help on these lines would be greatly appreciated. Also, I am looking for any information on the tree of Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson. My sincere thanks! Jonathan Moore Dakar, Senegal West Africa e-mail: jmoore@telecomplus.sn
Rev. Jonathan Moore <jmoore@telecomplus.sn>
Dakar, Senegal - Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 14:06:42 (EST)
Desperate to find parents and/or siblings of Hiram Andrew Jackson, b.25 January 1818 in Spartenburg District, SC; married Catherine Harvey Hanna 19 July 1846 in Carrollton, Al; moved to Harrison Co., TX before 1873 and d. in Panola Co. TX in 1903. Children were William Worth, Magdaline, Beulah Jane and another daughter. Would appreciate any help.
Elizabeth H. Jones <panjones@wnonline.net>
DeRidder, LA USA - Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 10:51:23 (EST)
I am looking for the parents, or siblings, of Haywood Jackson,who According to the 1850 federal census, was born in Clay Co.Ky in 1829, married Roena Hubbard, in 1949, had two sons Milton and Steve. Family tradition says he, or his parents came from North Carolina. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Ed JAckson
Ed Jackson <ed@2geton.net>
Corbin, Ky USA - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 19:04:05 (EST)
Has anyone run across traces of the Wilson Family from Missouri, perhaps Jackson County, being married into the Jackson Family of Northwestern or North Central Tennessee in the late 1800's or early 1900s? Please email if any luck. Thanks, Dave
Dave Jackson <scoop0901@mediaone.net>
Elmhurst, IL USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 18:30:40 (EST)
I am researching the Jackson family of Orange County, New York; Clermont County, Ohio; and Stark County, Illinois. The progenitor of this family was William Jackson of Goshen, New York. He supposedly was born in Ireland, year unknown and according to tradition he came to America in 1765; He served in the Revolutionary War and died March 8, 1821. I am descended from his son Jonathan Horton Jackson, born January 1, 1784, in Goshen, New York; died April 1, 1869, in LaFayette, Stark County, Illinois. He married Mary Elizabeth Pellington on October 4, 1806, in Goshen, New York. A lot of cousins I have found and a newspaper article I read relate how our Jacksons are related to President Andrew Jackson. I've also been told we were Irish. However, one reliable source in the family tells me he understood our Jacksons were English. I've also understood that Andrew and "Stonewall" Jackson were cousins. I have spent 20 years trying to find out who William's parents are and therefore further the Jackson family tree. Can anyone out there help me?
David Eric Jackson <genealogylover@webtv.net>
Wheaton, IL USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 12:42:09 (EST)
I have been told I am related to Andrew Jackson I was curious if he had any relations with you, or if you could send me any info on the names Crawford, Wards, Sears, Lane, or Willeford-those are all family names to me. So if you know how any of these names link it would be much appreciated. Sincerely S.Willeford
S. Willeford <girlygirlwille@hotmail.com>
ForestHill, CA USA - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 02:38:57 (EST)
I descend from Hlugh Jackosn, b l709 in Co. Fermanagh, Ire, who d. in Fayette Co., PA. His sons were Robert, Hugh, and David. Robert had a son(below) named Abraham.. Wish to correspond with descendants of the following, all of whom are sons and daughters of Abraham Jackson, b 27 JAN 1759 in Hagerstown, New Burger Co., MD, and his wife, Susan or Sarah Thompson, b 4 FEB 1762 in VA. Some of this family and their descendants lived in Guernsey Co for parts of their lives, so I am hoping I can connect with descendants who read this. l. Annie Jackson b 20 SEP 1781 --do not know the name of her spouse of if she even married. She may have lived in Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA, or Guernsey Co ,OH 2. Aaron Jackson, b l783 who m. Abigail Taylor in l809, and probably lived in Delaward Co., OH. 3. Jesse b 4 FEB 1785 who m. Elizabeth Sharples in l8l5. 4. Abraham Jackson, Jr. who m. l)Mary Leonard in l788 and later lived in either Monroe Co., OH or Guernsey Co., OH. Abraham D. 10 OCT l861 in Center Twp., Monroe Co., OH. 5. Mary "POLLY" Jackson b 20 MAY l790 who m. William Girffith in l806'7 and d 29 FEB l884 in Monroe Co., OH. 6. Rebecca Jackson b 8 NOV l792 who m. David Stephens abt l808 in Fayette Co., PA and d 4 MAR l875 in Monroe Co., OH. Please email me with any clues, and if anyone is willing to do lookups of these names in this county, please indicate. Connie Beck Lenox, IA
Connie Beck <cbeck@lenox.heartland.net>
Lenox, IAWish to correspond with descendants of the following, all of whom aresons and daughters of Abraham Jackson, b 27 JAN 1759 in Hagerstown,New Burger Co., MD, and his wife, Susan or Sarah Thompson, b 4 FEB1762 in VA. Some of this family and their descenda USA - Saturday, December 26, 1998 at 10:39:24 (EST)
I am searching for information on Leonard Garrison Jackson. He was originally from Greene Co. Pennsylvania. He married Tabitha Eaton Moore & later settled in Wetzel Co. Virginia which is now Tyler Co. West Virginia in about 1854. Their children were Lucinda Sapp, Victoria Morris, Elizabeth Snyder, W.I. & Garnet Ellsworth who was my great grandfather. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jeff
Jeffery B. Jackson <jddjack@aol.com>
Follansbee, Wv USA - Saturday, December 12, 1998 at 19:52:56 (EST)
Searching for ancestors of Ephriam Jackson b ca1824, Wheeling, (w) VA. Married Eliza Truxell, also of Wheeling.
Thomas A. Jackson <jackson2@7cities.net>
Grants, NM USA - Saturday, November 28, 1998 at 23:16:57 (EST)
I am searching the following JACKSON/PARKER/HENRY/HUNTER lines. Larkin Jackson b:1786 NC d:Sumner Co, TN +Anna Parker b:1794 m:1808 Sumner Co. TN Thomas P.Jackson b:1809 William T. Jackson b:1810 +Elizabeth Parker b:1815 Matthew Jackson b:1812 +Elizabeth King David C. Jackson b:1814 Andrew Jackson b:1816 d:1859, Giles Co, Bunker HIll, TN +Sarah Dialtha Stephenson b:1821 James Watts Jackson b:1817 d:1896 *(MY LINE)* + Sarah Henry b:1822 d:1857 + Sarah Clouse b:1838 d:1901, Greenville, Ill Mary Ann Jackson b:1819 Larkin Jackson Jr.b:1820 d:1893 +Susan Hannah Hunter b:1823 d:1902 Sarah Clara Jackson b:1823 d:1867 Belinda C.Jackson b:1824 John Coleman Jackson b:1826 +Eleanor Nelson George Washington Jackson b:1829 d:1880 +Harriet Eliza Hull b:1835 d:1903 Margaret E.Jackson b:1832 Jacoby or Jaley Jackson b:1834 Grandison Burton Jackson b:1834 Larkin Jackson married Anna Parker, daughter of Thomas Parker and Judith Renfro. moving and living in GILES County, Wilson Co, Sumner County, Wayne Co.?, then in the 1840's groups of the Jackson Family moved from TN, to Bond County, Greenville, Illinois. I will be very glad to share, email me, or FAX #281-456-9431 Thank you. Michael D. Young
Michael D. Young <GENESEARCH@prodigy.net>
Houston, Tx USA - Tuesday, November 24, 1998 at 13:29:26 (EST)
I can confirm that Andrew Jackson(the pres.) and Stonewall were related. I know I am a 6th or 7th cousin to Stonewall, but I am unsure of my relation to Andrew. I have traced Andrew back to carrickfergus Ireland where his parents were both born. I have been serching for information on my great grandparents who I have no name for. My grandfather franklin Jackson of West Virginia was born in 1888 but died in 1971 10 years before I was born. He was married twice. His first wife's name is unknown but they supposedly had children. His second wife(my grandmother) was Ireane Nickel. They had 5 children Jackie,Thomas, Robert, Arnold, Jane(died as an infant), and my mother Malinda in Harrisonburg Va, and owned a local resturant called Jackson's Cafe. If anyone has any information on the family history of Stonewall, Andrew, or know of my grandfather, it would be greatly appriciated. I would also be willing to share any information I have gathered to those interested.
Whitney Wetsel <w.wetsel@juno.com>
Midlothian, Va USA - Monday, November 23, 1998 at 22:11:15 (EST)
Seeking information re: William and Margarett Jackson of KY. William was b. in 1834, possibly in KY, possibly in England. He married Margarett W. Burke, b. 1834, Ireland, in Jan. 1855. I don't know where. Their son Joseph married Mary A. Pecar circa 1882. William and Margaret both are buried in Sulphur Cemetery, Sulphur, Henry Co., KY. I am completely stumped at this point and can't seem to get anything more about William or Maggie. HELP!
Diane Clark <DiClark@prodigy.com>
Kansas City, MO USA - Monday, November 23, 1998 at 20:46:45 (EST)
Seeking parents or siblings of Charles Walter Jackson. Possibly born Al. circa 1850. Moved to Mississippi. Married Laura Virginia Dunn in 1876 in Carroll county, Mississippi. Died prior to the turn of the century. Left wife and three children----Ella, Charles Walter Jr. and Weldon Harmon. This is my brick wall. Please help.
Dick Jackson <comanche@abts.net>
Hickory, N.C. USA - Monday, November 23, 1998 at 18:04:21 (EST)
I did more looking around the site and found this snippet of information: "Samuel Jackson married once. His wife was Barbary Reger. This family settled in Terre Haute, IN and some of his descendant migrated to MO." Does anyone have any further info on where SAMUEL JACKSON or DESCENDENTS ended up in Missouri? That is where my father's family is from. Thanks. Again, any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
Dave Jackson <scoop0901@mediaone.net>
Chicago area, IL USA - Monday, November 16, 1998 at 01:32:59 (EST)
Family history holds that T.J. ("Stonewall") Jackson is my GG or possibly GGG uncle. Now that I have children in school, my oldest wants to trace the family linage. Along that line, I have but one statement: HELP! Never having had to trace families/people back across state lines over a 130-year period, I have no idea what to do or how to do it, let alone where to begin. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
Dave Jackson <scoop0901@mediaone.net>
Chicago area, IL USA - Monday, November 16, 1998 at 01:27:53 (EST)
My grandmother is Sarah "Isabel" Jackson (Cooper). She is the daughter of John Grant Jackson of Western Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh area). She is the youngest of 11 children, one died at birth. I am interested in tracing back her Jackson roots and am unsure where to start. I know she was the second cousin to Jimmie Stewart whose mother was Bess Jackson. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
HEATHER HILL THOMPSON <thom58@intnet.net>
Tampa, FL USA - Friday, November 13, 1998 at 11:11:08 (EST)
Looking for info on Duke Allen Jackson married Sally Stephens/Stevens, parents of Thomas Jefferson Jackson, b- 3 Feb 1826, d- 16 Jan 1904, Hardeman Co., TN, married to Martha Allen. Have info on TJ and Martha & their family but nothing but a BIG BIG brick wall on TJJ's parents. Would be willing to share anything I have if it will help anyone. Thanks, Carolyn
Carolyn SIGLER SCHELLANG <fluffie1@worldnet.att.net>
Memphis, TN USA - Wednesday, November 04, 1998 at 00:49:02 (EST)
My GGGG Grandmother was Nancy Jackson. She married Philip Harmon on Mar. 9, 1825 in Bath CO. KY. Her brother, William Jackson married Philip's sister Elizabeth on Mar 24, 1821 also in Bath Co. I am looking for any information on Samuel and Hannah Jackson, the parents of Nancy and William. I am interested in anything that anyone can tell me about this family. William and his family went to Ripley Co. IN. Nancy and her family were in Switzerland Co. IN. Hannah lived with both children at various times in IN. She is buried there.
Corri Johnson <windex@hubwest.com>
Monticello, UT USA - Monday, November 02, 1998 at 15:48:27 (EST)
Trying to find info on James Jackson born 1804 died 1867. He married in 1834 or 1836 Charlotte Blakeney born 1819 died 1897. Possibly married in or near Chesterfield, South Carolina. They came to Sumter County, Alabama in 1836. I would like to know where James Jackson was born, who his parents were and siblings. James and Charlotte had several children. These I am reasonably sure of: John Jackson born April 16, 1836 died Jan. 18, 1915 married Eliza Blakeney; Andrew L. Jackson born 1862 died July 6, 193l married Annie Wylie; James Blakeney Jackson born Sept. 6, 1857 died March 21, 1937 married Mollie B. Jenkins Eason born Oct. 25, 1861 died Jan. 26, 1952; Louisa Jackson born 1853 died 1899. John Jackson and Eliza Blakeney had these children: William (W.A.) possibly born in 1868 (moved to San Franciso, CA); twin sons John Percy and James Richard born March 11, 1874 or 1875 (one tombstone has year 1874 and the other has 1875); Jessie B. Jackson born 1876 died 1901; Frank L. Jackson born 1886 died 1925; Lizzie Jackson married J. T. Phillips. If anyone sees any connection to this line of Jacksons please email me at: pjparten@hotmail.com. I live in Sumter County, Alabama where several of these Jacksons lived and are buried. John Percy, the twin of James Richard was my Grandfather. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Pat J. Parten <pjparten@hotmail.com>
Cuba , AL USA - Friday, October 30, 1998 at 15:10:21 (EST)
JACKSON, Andrew, not the president married Clara Savina NUSS, probably in Pennsylvania, maybe in Delaware. They had the following children: Harry, Andrew, Annie Nuss b 27 July 1879,(m John George Eli SCHULER), Ida, Rebecca (Reba), Julia, Randolph, Elizabeth (Lizzie), and Walter. This family migrated to Delaware. Andrew is said to be of English descent and he was a boss farmer. Thought to have died in the early 1920's and is said to be buried in Gwynidd Valley, PA. I have a lot of information on the later years of this family, that I would love to share with relatives, but I am really hard pressed to find any early information. Please contact me if any of this sounds familiar. Thank you.
Maryan Schuler Nichols <gingermv@sprintmail.com>
Louisville, KY USA - Wednesday, October 28, 1998 at 21:49:35 (EST)
JACKSON - CANADA In search of a Thomas H. Jackson born about 1851 in Chester, Nova Scotia, Canada. Married Annie McKay in Clyde River, Nova Scotia in 1876. Thomas left Annie and moved to the US, probably New England and remarried. With his new wife they may of had a son Arthur. Thomas and Annie had a number of children who moved to the US, Roy, Purcil, Henry, Annie, Frank, John, Albert, Jessie, Lena, Isa, and Sevilla. Any info would be appreciated.
Kevin Jackson <kevinjackson@nf.sympatico.ca>
Kelligrews, NF Canada - Wednesday, October 28, 1998 at 19:55:38 (EST)
I am looking for anyone with information on Frances Marion Jackson who was married to Rebecca Thorn, Francis was born May 7, 1829 in Illinois and died August 23, 1915. He is my great grandfather and I have been told he was kin to Stonewall Jackson and Andrew Jackson. I have a copy of Stonewalls and Andrews family tree, but I don't know who Francis' father was. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Darrell Hucks, 10-27-98
Darrell Hucks <HUCKSD@aol.com>
USA - Tuesday, October 27, 1998 at 10:39:43 (EST)
Looking for family of William Henry Jackson, b. Abt 1800, PA, mar. Nancy Ann Moore, IN. Children by (1)Nancy, William Henry, b. 17 Jun 1841, Warren Co., IN, John, by (2) Jim, and Mary. Moved to WI mid 1850's. Any help appreciated.
Barbara Roup <Broup10@aol.com>
Folsom, CA USA - Sunday, October 18, 1998 at 20:03:46 (EDT)
Looking for any information regarding Lewis JACKSON b. circa 1780 d. before 1850 married Rebekah BALTZELL b. circa 1784 (one source MD another Ger). d. after 1850 probably Frederick Co. MD. Children: (probably more than listed) 1850 census states children born in MD. John Engle JACKSON b. circa 1807 married Elizabeth HARON 1829 Frederick Co. MD. Eliz JACKSON b. circa 1815 married Michael EISENOGLE 1834, Frederick Co. Md. Joseph JACKSON b. circa 1820 married Jane Rebecca DEVILBISS 1845, Frederick Co. MD. Christanna JACKSON b.circa 1821 married Levi RENNER 1838, Frederick Co. MD. William Henry JACKSON b. circa 1823 m. Ann Rebecca HUMM 1846 Frederick Co. MD. William Henry JACKSON is the only birth recorded on the FHL fiche. The family believed to be of the Lutheran faith but no records found. Thank You, Jess at jesmar@hamilton.net
Jess Jackson <jesmar@hamilton.net>
USA - Friday, October 16, 1998 at 15:54:11 (EDT)
Nathaniel Jackson, b. unknown, d. unknown, born in Alabama. Moved to Hidalgo County Texas in 1858. Of Cherokee and French descent. Married a widow with three daughters. Their names unknown. The Jackson couple had 7 more children: Apolonio, Abram, John, Ely,Martin, Matilde and Lucinda. Dates of births and dates deaths unknown. Possible relation to Claiborne Champion, b, 1797 in South Carolina. Died in Hidalgo County Texas, around 1880.
Hector Gutierrez <ahheck13@madnet.net>
Madera, Ca USA - Friday, October 16, 1998 at 01:37:38 (EDT)
I am searching for information on the following John JACKSON and Elizabeth CUMMINS JACKSON descendants: 1. Samuel JACKSON b.1772 in VA, m.1793 to Barbara REGER b. 1775. Both died in Indiana. 2. Isaac JACKSON b.1794 in VA, m.1821 to Elizabeth GRIFFITH b.1802 in NC. They migrated to Jasper Co., MO. 3. Joel P. JACKSON b.1825 in Indiana, m.1850 to Mary SECREST b.1832 in OH. 4.M. Isadore JACKSON ( f ) b.1857, MO, m.Helen ZIEGLER ( m ),b.1849, PA. Both died in Jasper Co., MO. Any information on any of these will be appreciated. Thank you. Kirsten
Kirsten <PLAINO@aol.com>
Plano, TX USA - Thursday, October 15, 1998 at 13:48:08 (EDT)
I am looking for Jackson relatives. Great great-grandfather was Jimmie Jackson from NC. He had 14 children- Billy,John, Hardy, Rebecka Jackson Taylor, Tom, Bob, Grover, Lafayette, Jordan, Beatrice Jackson Shelby, Ameca, Frank, Sis Jackson Taylor, and Lou Ann Jackson Rodgers. My great-grandfather was Lafayette (b. May 13,1867 d.1918). He married Nannie L. Lamb( b. Nov.9,1871) on July 19, 1891. I believe he moved from NC to Middle Tennessee (around Nashville). Had 11 children. My grandfather is Athy Warren Jackson b.1916? in Shelbyville, Tn. Any info welcome. Thank you.
Laura Jackson Castro <vcastro@hondudata.com>
Tegucigalpa, Honduras - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 23:40:30 (EDT)
Looking for the parents of Emaline Jackson, who was born in 1837, msrried Joseph Addison, probably in 1860. Her parents were "Bill and Polly" and possibly were from Alabama or Mississippi. Thanks for any help.
Mary Barber <mbarber@icsi.net>
Refugio, TX USA - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 16:32:59 (EDT)
Am interested in the ancestry of THOMAS JACKSON d Lawrence Co, AR 1834. Found in Franklin Co, TN c of 1820 & 1830. Was married to DELILAH ??
Don Ward <warddw@swbell.net>
Edmond, OOOK USA - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 16:24:31 (EDT)
Jackson Line as Follows: Larkin Jackson b:26 March 1786, NC d: 02 Feb Sumner CO., TN +Anna Parker b:1794 m:26 Dec 1808, Sumner CO. TN Thomas P.Jackson b: 1809 William T.Jackson b: 1810 +Elizabeth Parker b: 1815 Matthew Jackson b: 1812 +Elizabeth Kine David C. Jackson b: 1814 Andrew Jackson +Sarah Dialtha Stephenson b:1821 James Watts Jackson b:1817 +Sarah Henry b: 1822 Mary Ann Jackson b:1819 Larkin Jackson Jr. b:1820 +Susan Hannah Hunter b:1823 Sarah Clara Jackson b:1823 +Winston Arnold Belinda Jackson b:1824 John Coleman Jackson b:1826 George Washington Jackson b:1829 +Harriet Eliza Hull b:1835 Margaret E. Jackson b:1832 Adaline Eliza Jackson b: 1833 Jacoby or Jaley Jackson b:1834 Grandison Burton Jackson b:1834 My Above Jackson line, lived in TN, in Sumner Co, Lawrence Co, Many moved, from TN, to BOND COUNTY, IL, Greenville, area, in the 1850's where they obtained farms. I am looking for the parents, of Larkin Jackson, as well as his Siblings. Please email me, Michael D. Young GENESEARCH@prodigy.net P.O.BOX 1667 Crosby, Tx 77532 281-456-9431 Fax,,,
Michael D. Young <GENESEARCH@prodigy.net>
Houston, Tx USA - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 15:35:39 (EDT)
I am looking for information on CHURCHWELL JACKSON b.2/15/1758 in Orange Co.VA.Served in Rev.War from Burke Co.NC.Moved to Tennessee.Lived in Jefferson,Monroe,Anderson ,and died in Marion Co.Tn in 1833. I have been unable to find parents,wife, or siblings.Anyone with info please contact me.
Laura Lynn <h205gen@airnet.net>
AL USA - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 13:53:01 (EDT)
This is kind of stretch, but I guess I am indirectly connected to Stonewall Jackson. I am the great, great, great, great grandson of Rachel Morrison (1772-1825) and John Gingles (1769-1831) and the great, great, great grandson of Tizrah Morrison (1801-1889) and Samuel Harvey Gingles (1794-1855). Samuel Harvey, of course was Rachel and John's son and Tizrah was Rachel's niece (Tizrah and Samuel Harvey were 1st cousins who married). Tizrah's brother was James Elijah Morrison. Rachel Morrison was the daughter of James Morrison (1726- ) and Jennet Morrison (1735-1810). James Morrison was the brother of Robert Morrison who was the father of William Morrison ( -1821) and the grandfather of Robert Hall Morrison(1798-1889), who was of course the father of Mary Anna Morrison and father-in-law of Stonewall Jackson. So, Rachel Morrison was a 2nd cousin to Robert Hall Morrison, and Tizrah was a 3rd cousin to him. Tizrah's brother, James Elijah is mentioned as Robert Hall Morrison's 3rd cousin in the Robert Hall Morrison Papers in the Southern Historical Collection at Univ. of North Carolina. (By the way Tizrah is also spelled Tirzah in some of our records.) Welcome any replies.
Roger Gingles <rogergingles@prodigy.net>
Baton Rouge, la USA - Friday, October 09, 1998 at 16:47:48 (EDT)
Family history states that we are related to "Stonewall" Jackson. I am searching for any information available. My ancestor went by Belle Jackson, but on her marriage certificate was listed as Flora Jackson. She and her husband Jacob Luther Shisler were from West Virginiain in the late 1800's. Any information about her or her family would be helpful. I am still looking for her parents names. There is also a James Jackson who married a Martha on Nov. 10, 1862, who we do not know who they were or how they were related. Any information on them would also be appreciated. Please contact me at Denise Mavity 103 Nansarah Dr. Jacksonville,Il 62650 (217)243-5190.
Denise Mavity <denise@rtpro.net>
Jacksonville, IL USA - Monday, October 05, 1998 at 14:34:51 (EDT)
Have recently been told by several aunts/uncles of age that I am a great great great grandson of Stonewall. I am a novice at this and am just getting started. Does anyone know of any Jackson connections with the Womble or Brunson families in Alabama? Thanks, this is very important to me.
Bart Carr <CarrAsso@aol.com>
Pelham, AL USA - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 at 07:43:52 (EDT)
Looking for info on David Jackson b.abt 1798 NC and his wife Elizabeth Sikes b.abt 1800 NC, married 27 May 1820 Pasquotank Co. NC. They show on the 1840-50 Benson Co.TN census and are in Lamar Co.,Tx by 1855. Believe they died abt. 1875 near Ben Franklin,Tx. I am descended from their son Andrew who married Rebecca Rasberry 29 Jul 1841 in Madison,TN Another son was James W. Jackson. Any info appreciated.
Charles Dale Jackson <charles_jackson@yahoo.com>
Orlando, Fl USA - Tuesday, September 22, 1998 at 13:52:18 (EDT)
SULPHER, LA USA - Saturday, September 19, 1998 at 03:23:36 (EDT)
Any information on Gale Clifford Jackson b Feb 1880, probably near Columbus, KS, son of Joel and Elvira {Lillibridge} Jackson. His mother died 1881 and he was raised by another family {Rankin?}. He was living in 1917 and had some correspondence with his father and step-mother, and may have married "Derrie" but no other information has yet shown up. Any information relating to this person will be appreciated.
Lester LeMay <lemayLL@juno.com>
Tempe, AZ USA - Saturday, September 12, 1998 at 16:57:24 (EDT)
Looking for the father of Thomas Jefferson Jackson JR. believe it to be Rev Leroy Jackson brother to John Jackson m; Elizabeth Cummings. It anyone has some info it would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. Patricia A. Wells.
Patricia a Wells <cpwells@micoks.net>
Paola, Ks USA - Tuesday, September 08, 1998 at 22:59:13 (EDT)
Searching for my Grandfathers heritage....His name was Abraham(Abe) Jackson, married: Mabel M. Schwarz. Had one living child--my Mother: Dorothy May Jackson, born 1-24-1909. My Granddad was a panner(gold), trapper, and logger in the state of Washington--in fact he died in some sort of logging accident. Was told he died sometime, when my mother was a small child. I was told that he was from Oregon---but, nothing proven as of lately. NEED HELP!!!!! Thank you, DeeDee
DENICA MAE STEWART(DEEDEE) <mccrary1@pe.net>
BEAUMONT, CA USA - Tuesday, August 25, 1998 at 23:10:45 (EDT)
I have begun to research my genealogy. So much of Stonewall Jackson's history seems to meshed with mine. My GGGrandfather was Elisha Jackson; moved to Jackson Cty, KY from Virginia, sometime before the Civil War. Fought with the Union though. If Elisha can be linked to Stonewall's tree, please let me know.
Chuck Jackson <chuckjack@netcom.net>
Arlington, TX USA - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 19:24:30 (EDT)
Searching for the parents and family of an ELIZABETH RACHEL JACKSON born about 1725 who married Edward "Ned" Sizemore. Edward was born in Hanover Co, VA and died 1780 in Montgomery Co, VA. I have no information on her other than her name. Any help appreciated. and will share Sizemore info. Jerrie
Jerrie Moore <JMoore3672@aol.com>
D/FT, TX USA - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 02:22:32 (EDT)
Looking for information about the parents of WILLIAM L. JACKSON, b. 1836 in GA (possibly Troop Co), d. July 3, 1863, Gettysburg, PA, m. February 2, 1860 Mountville, Troop Co., GA, LOUISA P. NANCE,, b. 1838, GA. Son JAMES THOMAS JACKSON, b. March 10, 1862, Mountville, Troop Co, GA, d. January 17, 1916, ca Henderson, Rusk Co., TX. WILLIAM L. JACKSON may have had a brother ENOS, who also died during the Civil War.
Nancy J. Fairchild <FairJack1@aol.com>
Albany, OR USA - Thursday, June 25, 1998 at 12:20:57 (EDT)
Looking for information on John H. Jackson of Rockbridge County Va. married to Margaret. Children known are John M.born 11/25/1864 died3/8/1953 in Pocahontas Co. W.Va. Samuel A. born10/4/1867 died10/28/1957. James born1861 died1938. All children were born in Rockbridge Co. Va. Also looking for descendants of children.
Doug Jackson <kk_karon@centuryinter.net>
S. Amherst, Oh USA - Wednesday, June 17, 1998 at 15:37:32 (EDT)
I am searching for more information on James Madison Jackson, the son of Col. Edward Jackson and Elizabeth Weatherholt Brake. The Jackson Brigade, Inc. lists him as marrying 1)Eleanor Law 2) Susan Ann Bailey. I am interested in any children that may have been born to James and either of these two wives. I have traced my own family to a James M. Jackson in (W)Virginia, but have been unable to locate any further information on this family. Family lore has it that we are related to "Stonewall" Jackson. any help would be appreciated.
Kathy Jackson-Carter <bcarter@primary.net>
Kansas City, MO USA - Sunday, May 24, 1998 at 10:15:32 (EDT)
I was wondering if there was a relation of Gen. T. Stonewall Jackson by the name of Robert Turner Jackson. I believe he is the father of Comfort Elizabeth Jackson who married Dennis Fitzgerald? I have heard that Robert's father is related to Stonewall's father(brothers) that fought on opposite sides of the Civil war? Any info greatly appreciated
Megan Hamm <hamm71@snycorva.cortland.edu>
Cortland, Ny USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 21:51:08 (EDT)
Lydia Elizabeth "Sarah" Jackson b 1839 Ga to C. W. Jackson and Unknown. Lydia was my gg grandmother and married John Houston Gillean. They lived in Walker Co, Ga untill around 1878 then moved to Montgomery Co, Ar, then to Indian Territory, Ok where she died before 1900. Family lore has C. W. as Stonewalls cousin, however I can't find his parents or even who his wife was although they are supposed to be burried about 10 miles outside of Laffayette, Ga. I have a copy of a poem that C. W. Jackson composed for Lydia on his sick bed in 1866. Any help finding any relatives at all would be greatly appreciated. Thank You! By the way, I love your site!
Carolyn Gillean Wagner <flucky@nwa.quik.com>
Lowell, Ar USA - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 at 09:50:30 (EDT)
In 1860 was there a Nathaniel Jackson in the family line of Gen. T. Stonewall Jackson who was associated by marriage with the Pankey, Betts family of Roanoke, VA? He was brother-in-law to Thomas Walton from this same Pankey/Betts clan.
Sheila Reed Findlay <slf@aol.com>
Portsmouth, NH USA - Monday, March 30, 1998 at 20:13:56 (EST)
Though your site is very interesting and I am happy to have been referred to it, I must address the lack of information about the slaves of Gen. T. Stonewall Jackson, or those of any other Jackson family members. I know it is documented that Stonewall Jackson had 6 slaves and I have seen their given names. I am particularly interested in the young slave girl who was given to the Jacksons when she was 4 years old. Her name was Emma. Gen. Jackson gave Emma to his wife Anna. There is enough information from the Jackson history to know that Emma had some type of learning disability and was, according to my source, "very disagreeable". I believe this Emma was my g/grandmother from oral tradition that has been in my family for many years. I ask you to please help African American genealogists to find their roots by telling the full story of the Jacksons, to include the history of the slaves in the Stonewall Jackson household. I would like to know who the "widow" was that gave Emma to the Jacksons and what happened to Emma. Please open up with history for all people. I thank you kindly.
Sheila Reed Findlay <slf@aol.com>
Portsmouth, NH USA - Monday, March 30, 1998 at 20:03:29 (EST)
Looking for parents of Lewis Miller b. 12/26/1818 d. 10/13/1875 m. Rachel Cecelia Jackson b. 12/10/1817 d. 01/29/1912. Rachel was a daughter of Henry Jackson & Mary Hyer. Think Lewis's father may have been named Benjamin. He possibly was married to a Sarah Black. Any information would be appreciated.
Bob Miller <bmiller@gasou.edu>
Statesboro, Ga USA - Sunday, March 22, 1998 at 07:56:51 (EST)
I am looking for information that confirms that George Jackson was awarded a 5,000 acre land grant for service in the Revolutionary War. The land would have been located in and around present-day Lewis Co. West Virginia. My source says George, but I suspect it might have been Edward. Thank you.
Gena Wagaman <gwagaman@wvu.edu>
Morgantown, WV USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 10:57:23 (EST)
Fl USA - Monday, March 16, 1998 at 13:13:35 (EST)
I am looking for information on NANCY JACKSON born January 20, 1795, VA. She married GEORGE STICKLEMAN April 15, 1812, in Rockbridge Co. VA. I beleive NANCY may be related to my gr-gr grandfather WILLIAM J. JACKSON. WILLIAM was married to ELIZABETH COLLINS. WILLIAM was born in VA. Their son JOHN NEWTON was born in Megis Co. OH (1856). Any or all information is apprciated.
MARLA WOODSMALL <mwoodsmall@lisco.net>
NEW LONDON, IA USA - Sunday, February 15, 1998 at 08:51:13 (EST)
I am looking for information re: Andrew (Jack) Jackson(b.1842) of Russell County, Virginia. His father was possibly Larkin(b. abt1800).Andrew m. Ruthie Catherine Buchanan12/24/1868. Family history relates a relationship with Stonewall, but no one left to verify how. Would appreciate any help. Becky Bcraw923@aol.com
Becky Crawford <Bcraw923@aol.com>
Quincy,, Florida USA - Saturday, February 14, 1998 at 11:34:04 (EST)
Marshall Edward Jackson B 1820 Russell County, Virginia Supposed to have married Sara (Sarah) Ennis B 1837 Looking for brothers, sisters, ancestors. His parents were supposed to have come from England.
RG Edelman <re850826@edelman.cnchost.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 09:38:11 (EST)
CHAPPELL family tradition says they are related to Stonewall Jackson. Does anyone know how? John Chappell was born 1811 in TN and married Mary Florida Smith in 1834 in Rutherford County, TN. His parents are unknown except the father (Chappell) was born in SC and the mother in KY.
Janelle Richardson <janl@discover.net>
USA - Thursday, January 08, 1998 at 23:25:13 (EST)
I am looking for anyone who has information on a Jordan C.Jackson who was married to Alice Graham. My grandmother was their Daughter Linnie Elizabeth Jackson who Edward Napoleon EMmons of Butler, Alabama.
Becky (Emmons) Armstrong <Rosemercy @ aol.com>
Milton, FL USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 23:35:17 (EST)
I did not see any postings on this board to the relationship between Stonewall Jackson and Andrew Jackson (President). According to info I have they were related although several generations apart. Can anyone confirm or deny this relationship...I show them as both descendents of Richard Jackson who was born in 1505.
Chris <cp73@aol.com>
laguna Hills, Ca USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 21:14:55 (EST)
I have wills of William L. Jackson (Hancock Co. WV, 1867) and Andrew Jackson (Washington Co. PA, 185x). Their families intermarried with my Mercer family. I would like to correspond about the Jackson/Mercer connection in/near the WV Panhandle.
Judith Mercer Tauber-Lovik <elledorado@compuserve.com>
USA - Sunday, December 14, 1997 at 17:39:53 (EST)
looking for JHON [John?] FRANK JACKSON married BARBARA JANE TYLER m. 10 Oct 1889 lived in Quitman, Ark. Children: ISSAC, ROBERT, SEABERT, LISA ANN & ALICE ANY INFO. WOULD BE APP. Thank you.
Larry David Jackson <Pjack@thegrid.net>
Madera, CA USA - Saturday, November 29, 1997 at 18:10:45 (EST)
Seeking info re George JACKSON (b. 1792) married Margaret [LNU]. Their daughter Selina Fisk "Sarah" JACKSON (b. @1830 TN) married Jasper Newton COPELAND (b. 1834 TN), presumably in Overton County TN. Around 1860, they migrated from Tennessee to Williamson County, Texas and had a large family.
Susan I. Nelson <sinelsn@aol.com>
Waco, TX USA - Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 21:53:59 (EST)
Looking for link to Hezekiah Jackson, b. ca. 1800?. His children were: Frank, George Washington, Martha, Permelia. They moved from VA to GA to LA to TX 1843-1997. Also, looking for William Jackson Biggs, b. 1805, VA. Married Landusky _____?, b. 1895, SC. They were in Georgia prior to movong to Texas around 1860.
Linda J. Clay <lost@lightspeed.net>
Bakersfield, CA USA - Tuesday, November 25, 1997 at 14:53:14 (EST)
SEEKING INFORMATION ON ISAAC BRAKE CHILD OF ABRAHAM AND MARY DAVIS BRAKE Abraham and Mary had one child, Isaac D/B Brake, who was bound out to Joseph Davis 1808 (Harrison County Minute Book) . He is said to have married in 1832 in Morrow Co., Ohio an Irish girl named Pam ( LDS new IGI 1992). Only one census record has been located for Isaac B. Brake and family: 1850 Morrow Co. Ohio which is north of Bloomfield: Isaac b. ca 1807 property value $1900; Pam wf, b. ca 1812 PA; Marion b. ca 1834; Martha b. ca 1839; Hanna b. ca 1848; John b 1846; Thomas b. ca 1842; Jain b. ca 1838; James b. ca 1844. Legend is that Isaac traveled in later years selling dyspopia medicine and buying furs. A request for information from Morrow Co. provided no additional information on this family. It is assumed the family left the area before the marriage of the children.
Linda B. Meyers < LMeyers966@aol.com>
Byron, IL USA - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 at 17:11:32 (EDT)
Looking for the parents of Joseph/Josiah Davis, h/o Sophia Jackson Davis.
Linda B. Meyers < LMeyers966@aol.com>
Byron, IL USA - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 at 17:05:46 (EDT)
Looking for information on JOHN JAY JACKSON b. 2-13-1800 who married EMMA BEESON d.1842 married in 1842. Any information on Emma and John also John mother FRANCES TRIPLETT will be appreciated.
Lisa Vissoc <TLee727@aol.com>
Magnolia, OH USA - Monday, October 06, 1997 at 20:21:13 (EDT)
My lineage goes back to Henry Jackson Sr. I have seen several references to the Stout family of Harrison Co. in the marriage records of 1784-1794. My grandfathers name was Gustavus Stout Miller. Anyone have any information about the Stouts?
Robert D. Miller <bmiller@gasou.edu>
Statesboro, GA USA - Wednesday, October 01, 1997 at 06:43:32 (EDT)
Looking for any information on the family of Ettie J. Kennedy, b. about 1865 married GEORGE W. JACKSON in Harrison Co. 21 Dec 1892. Also for information on the family of THELMA JACKSON who married HOWARD CALVIN FLEMING (probably in Marion Co.) 2 June 1920.
Charlotte Fleming <flemingc@ix.netcom.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Tuesday, September 30, 1997 at 19:23:00 (EDT)
Would like more information about Mary Hyer wife of Henry Jackson.Mary Hyer was born 6 June 1784 and was the daughter of Jacob Hyer. She married Henry Jackson 20 May 1800. Herny was the son of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins. Where exactly did her parents come from and what happened to the rest of her family. Thank you.
marcia staunton <marcia@inetarena.com>
portland, or USA - Tuesday, September 30, 1997 at 12:56:19 (EDT)
The Jackson Brigade, Inc. is seeking descendants of John and Elizabeth Cummins Jackson. We are compiling information on the children of John and Elizabeth and their descendants. Looking for interesting articles, obits, newspaper articles, photos to be published the The Jackson Brigade Express Newsletter, a quarterly publication of the Jackson Brigade, Inc. Contact: Linda Meyers, 9682 Woodgate Lane, Byron, IL 61010-9556 or email: LMeyers966@aol.com.
Linda B. Meyers <LMeyers966@aol.com>
Byron, IL USA - Sunday, September 14, 1997 at 16:27:07 (EDT)
I am searching for other researchers interested in Prudence JACKSON (b. 1789; d. 1855) who married Elijah ARNOLD (b. 1772; d. 1849). Prudence was the daughter of George JACKSON, the son of the immigrants John and Elizabeth (CUMMINS) JACKSON. Elijah and Prudence ARNOLD moved to Weston, Lewis Co., WV in 1830.
Dan Hyde, hyde at bucknell.edu
Lewisburg, PA USA - Saturday, September 06, 1997 at 22:29:05 (EDT)

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