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George JACKSON
Born: Aft. 1743 - probably the first born child after his parent's marriage.
Died: Aft 1810 - probably aft 1820
Father: George JACKSON
Mother: Margaret O'LAUGHLIN
Married: Never married.

 

Outside of a few letters regarding legal advice to the family, I know nothing about him beyond Sarah Margaret BROWN's (1886-1963) note that he died "unmarried". Beneath, I have included anything I have researched so far, mostly based on his legal mentions in various publications.

 

George JACKSON Attorney Dublin

 

From family correspondence, we know some of his dates and addresses:

1792 -

His address was Dublin

1798, Nov 27 &1799, Feb 16:

He sent a letter from 7 Pitt Street, Dublin

1804, March 3,

He wrote from 42 College Green. Dublin

1805, Apr 10 & 13th August,

He wrote from 44 Great Strand St., Dublin

1806, July 16,

He wrote from 44 Great Strand St., Dublin

1810, June 4,

He wrote from 12 Granby Row, Dublin

 

DUBLIN DIRECTORY 1783 - JUDGES AND BARRISTERS AT LAW WITH THE DATES OF THEIR ADMISSION

Trinity. 1781 George Jackson (My notes say “of Cork?”[1].

 

 

NOTE: In 2007, I took some very fast notes from an 1800 Dublin Almanac – I should have recorded the details. I suspect that there was more than one George JACKSON practising law in Dublin at the time (how inconvenient is that!).

 

Date

Name

Notes

1800

Jackson, George, K.E[2]. Pitt Street.

Definitely ours

1805   

Almanac, listings under Barrister:Trinity, called to bar 1781, George Jackson of Cork.

 

1805

Almanac, listings under Attourney: Jackson, G. Strand Street.

 

1806

Jackson, G. Strand St. K.C.E.2

Definitely ours

1807

Jackson, G. Strand St. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1808

Jackson, G. Strand St. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1809

No Jackson, George entry

 

1810

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1811

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1812

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1813

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1814

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1815

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1816

Jackson, G. 56 Stephens Green K.C.E

 

1817

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1818

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1819

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1820

Jackson, G. Granby Rd.. K.C.E

Definitely ours

1821

Jackson, George, St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1822

Jackson, G.E.A. 72 Capel St., K.C.E.

 

1823

Jackson, Geo St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1823

Jackson, G.E.A. St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1824

Jackson, Geo. 6 1 Gloc St., K.C.E.

 

1824

Jackson, G.E.A. St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1825

Jackson, Geo. 6 1 Gloc St., K.C.E.

 

1825

Jackson, G.E.A. St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1826

Jackson, Geo. 6 1 Gloc St., K.C.E.

 

1826

Jackson, G.E.A. St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1827

Jackson, Geo. 6 1 Gloc St., K.C.E.

 

1827

Jackson, G.E.A. St. Andrews St., K.C.E.

 

1828

No entry

 

1829

Jackson, G.

 

1829

Jackson, Geo

 

1829

Jackson, G.E.A.

 

1830

Jackson, G.

 

1830

Jackson, Geo

 

1830

Jackson, G.E.A.

 

1831

Jackson, Geo. St. Andrews Street

 

1832

Jackson, George 4 Andrews St, Attorney

1s Postal

1833

No entry

 

1834

No entry

 

1835

Jackson, G. St. Andrew St

 

1836

No entry under Attorney

 

1836

George Jackson Esq. 46 Paradise Rd.

Wilsons Dublin Directory p.127

1837

No George Jackson

 

1838

No George Jackson

 

 



[1] There was a line of JACKSONs in Cork. Wills were probated for Edward Rowland JACKSON of Castleview (1797), a Margaret JACKSON (1807), a Mary JACKSON (1770) and a Strettle JACKSON of Peterboro (1810). I will be working on the JACKSONs of Cork in the next few months. This line is of interest because after Margaret JACKSON nèe BRADFORD (1739-1820)  threw a bunch of family deeds in the fire in outrage over her husband David JACKSON’s (1755-1796 – a brother of George JACKSON) obsession over lost lands, a “man from Cork” showed up with the other half of the deeds that would have bolstered their case. I intend to follow closely the Quaker line of JACKSONs of Youghall, Co. Cork. I suspect that out of all the lines, they are most likely to be connected to our line.

[2] K- Kings Bench; E= Exchequer; C=Common Pleas.

 

 

 

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