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I will add more links to these 5 men as I learn more. For now, knowing the names of the townlands is a great help in moving forward. I intend to look for them next time I am in the deeds registry (nect spring). NOTE: All acreage is in Plantation measure.
Sharon Oddie Brown. October 21, 2013.

 

JACKSONs in Down Survey

 

 

 

 

See also: JACKSONs mentioned in Cromwellian Land Grants

 

Co. Wexford: Alexander JACKSON.  The parish known now as Duncormick, is right on the ocean in the southern part of Wexford. It is about 18 km from the town of Wexford.

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Alexander

Johnstown

Duncormock

Bargy

1641- Cheevers, Arthur (Protestant)

1670- Jackson, Alexander (Protestant)

190 profitable acres.

 

 

Co. Kilkenny: Edmund JACKSON.

  • In 1725, an Edmund JACKSON was a witness to Deed 55-94-36037.
  • Deeds registry: 202-447-134623. 1759 December 13. George JACKSON of Portnescally Esq. Demised to Edmond WELSH ..lands Corladdy Barony of Iverk, Co Kilkenny
  • Deeds registry: 257-441-169096 1767 July 16. to provide a jointure for Elizabeth JACKSON, (wife of John JACKSON), John JACKSON of Curluddy, Kildare convents with John ELLIOT & Samuel CORBET, Gent of Durrow that when he becomes seized of any undivided pt of Portnescotty Portnecolty Dungoly? Carladdy in Kildare as he is entitled from Elizabeth JACKSON, widow and of Ballinaboly Dunamggin & other to provide a jointure for Elizabeth JACKSON, (wife of John JACKSON), John JACKSON convents with John ELLIOT and Samuel CORBET that when he becomes seized of any undivided pt of Portnescotty Portnecolty Dungoly? Carladdy in KIL as he is entitled from Elizabeth JACKSON, widow, and of Ballinaboly Dunamggin & other lands in Kildare plus Kilpeason in Limerick as he is is entitled to on the death of Edward VILLIERS or sooner if required, that he (John JACKSON) or his heirs will convey  sd lands in trust to John ELLIOT and Samuel CORBET, with further directions as to various circumstances recorded. WITNESSES: Lewis DUNN, Gent of Tubberb_ QUEENS; James HENDERSON, apprentice. NOTE: As near as I can tell, the townland of Corladdy, is in the parish of Portnascully, Barony Iverk, which is in the southernmost tip of Co. Kilkenny, near Co. Waterford I wonder if the scribe doing the deed memorial had a few beer for lunch, and moved the property into Co. Kildare.
  • Our family story mentions land grants to JACKSONs in Kilkenny. Edmond is also a common JACKSON name in subsequent generations in Co. Carlow and neighbouring counties. It is important to remember that the Richard JACKSON who sired so many of the JACKSONs of Coleraine, had a brother named Edmond and a brother named Anthony. With respect to Quakers in Ireland, because these names are associated with them, this is intriguing.

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Edmund

Corluddy aka

Curluddy

Portnascully

Iverke

1641: Grant, David (Protestant)

1670: Jackson, Edmund (Protestant)

29 unprofitable acres

352 profitable acres

352 forfeited acres

1659 Census: 51 English + 5 Irish

Edmund

Dungooly aka

Dungolagh

Rathkeran

Iverke

1641: Edmund, Edmun (Catholic); Grant, David (Protestant)

1670: Jackson, Edmund (Protestant)

211 profitable acres

221 forfeited acres

1659 Census: English 22 + Irish 8

Edmund

Portnascully

Portnascully

Iverke

1641: Grant, David (Protestant)

1670: Jackson, Edmund (Protestant)

191 profitable acres

191 forfeited acres

1659 Census: 14 English + 2 Other

Edmund

Rathcurby North

aka

Portnaholly

Portnaholly

Iverke

161: Leonard, John (Protestant); Grant, Richard (Protestant)

1670: Jackson (Edmund (Protestant)

4 unprofitable acres

178 profitable acres

178 forfeited acres

1659 Census: 10 English – no Irish

 

 

Co. Kilkenny: Capt. Isaac JACKSON

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Isaac, Capt.

Killamery

Kilorory

Kells

1641-Tobyn, James (Catholic)

1670- Jackson, Alexander (Protestant)

15 unprofitable acres

386 profitable acres.

386 forfeited acres.

1659 Census: 43 English + 3 Irish

Isaac, Capt.

Kiltallaghan

Kilorory

Kells

1641- Butler, David (Catholic)

167-0 Jackson, Capt.  Isaac (Protestant)

179 acres profitable land

 

Co. Meath: Capt Isaack JACKSON

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Isaack, Capt

Fyanstown

Donnaghpatricke

Kells

1641: Barnwell of Brymore (Catholic)

1670: James Duke of York (protestant); Barnewall, Matthias Baron Trimleston (Catholic); Jackson, Capt. Isaack (Protestant)

868 profitable acres

868 forfeited acres.

 

 

Co. Offally: Francis JACKSON. I assume that he is the same as the Francis JACKSON described beneath in reference to the Co. Mayo lands.

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Francis

Clonad aka Cloonade

Rathangan

Coolestowne

1641: Fitzgarratt, Thomas (Catholic)

1670: Stephens, Sir John (Protestant); Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

993 unprofitable acres

510 profitable acres

510 forfeited acres

 

Co. Mayo Francis JACKSON.  This is the Francis JACKSON who died in 1678 at Enniscoe, Co. Mayo. His family tree is on my site at JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo. Ironically, some of the lands that were forfeited came from the BROWNE side of my family. Francis JACKSON came into his lands in Ireland as a result of serving as a Captain of Dragoons in Cromwell's army, and purchasing extensive landed property in the Barony of Tyrrawley and county of Mayo. He still had it shortly after the Restoration, confirmed to him and his heirs by patent of Charles II. He built a large fortified house at Enniscoe, on the banks of Lough Conn. He d. in 1678, leaving by Elizabeth his wife, a son. SOURCE: Genealogical and Heraldic History of Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland.

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Francis

Atticloghy

Rathreagh

Tirawley

1641: Daniell, Farryagh Mac (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

Francis

Ballymoneen

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Darcy, Martin (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

8 acres unprofitable

55 acres profitable

55 acres forfeited

Francis

Ballynacloy

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641 Philbin, Richard (Protestant)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

180 acres profitable

180 acres forfeited

Francis

Ballyvicmaha aka Ballinloghan

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

72 acres profitable

72 acres forfeited

Francis

Carrowkeel aka Carrowkeele

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Ulick (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

91 acres profitable

91 acres forfeited

Francis

Carrowkilleen

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Mayo, William (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

70 acres profitable

70 acres forfeited

Francis

Cloghbrack Far aka Cloghbracke

Aldergoole

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

Francis

Cloghbrack Near aka Cloghbracke

Aldergoole

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

374 acres unprofitable

351 acres profitable

351 acres forfeited

Francis

Corcullin aka Clananeevin

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

38 acres profitable

38 acres forfeited

Francis

Corcullin aka Clananeevin

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

38 acres profitable

38 acres forfeited

Francis

Creevy aka Criveagh

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Darcy, Martin (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

38 acres unprofitable

72 acres profitable

72 acres forfeited

Francis

Curraghmore aka Carrowmore

Aldergoole

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Theobald (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

617 acres unprofitable

403 acres profitable

403 acres forfeited

Francis

Derryfadda aka Deryfada Durinnley

Aldergoole

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

76 acres profitable

76 acres forfeited

Francis

Farmhill

Aka Drissaghan & Dromin

Rathreagh

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Ulick (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

62 acres profitable

62 acres forfeited

 

Glebe

Aka Crossmolina North

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: McPhilbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

175 acres profitable

175 acres forfeited

Francis

Glendavoolagh aka Gortduffa Moylagha

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Darcy, Martin (Catholic); McPhilbin, Edmund (Catholic); McPadine, Hubert (Catholic); McAndrew, Richard Crone (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

14 acres unprofitable

146 acres profitable

146 acres forfeited

Francis

Gortnaraby

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Ulick (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

127 acres profitable

127 acres forfeited

Francis

Gortskeddia aka Gortskeely

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Ulick (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

138 acres profitable

138 acres forfeited

Francis

Kildaree

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Darcy, Martin (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

56 acres profitable

56 acres forfeited

Francis

Kilmurry Beg aka Ratherery

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

Francis

Kilmurry More aka Ratherery

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

75 acres profitable

75 acres forfeited

Francis

Kinard aka Carrownakinard

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

50 acres profitable

50 acres forfeited

Francis

Knockanumera

Aka Kilmurry

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Blake, Sir Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

56 acres profitable

56 acres forfeited

Francis

Leadmadartaun aka Lecanondyke

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Philbin, Richard (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

104 acres profitable

104 acres forfeited

Francis

Lecarrowcloghagh aka Leaghcarrowbleagh

Crossmolina

Tirawley

1641: Mayo, William (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

34 acres profitable

34 acres forfeited

Francis

Moneen

Rathreagh

Tirawley

1641: Nedorin, Anna (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

Francis

Springhill aka Knockmullin & Knockleyny

Rathreagh

Tirawley

1641: Nedorin, Anna (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

40 acres profitable

40 acres forfeited

Francis

Tonroe Lower

Aka Toneroe

Rathreagh

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Ulick (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

Francis

Tonroe Upper

Aka Toneroe

Rathreagh

Tirawley

1641: Bourke, Ulick (Catholic)

1670: Jackson, Francis (Protestant)

41 acres profitable

41 acres forfeited

 

Co. Westmeath: Ralph JACKSON NOTE: These holdings are all in a parish close to the border of Co. Meath. I cannot yet pin this one down. There are 2 Ralph JACKSONs listed on the 1630 Muster rolls of Co. Fermanagh. It is possible that he is the younger. [Ralph Jackson of Armagh, Yeoman m. Margaret. His will 16 June 1637. Son, Ralph Jackson   Ms 141 now P8295B at National Library, Dublin]. I have a hunch that he is connected to the Jacksons of Lisburn, hence likely a Quaker. In 1716 Ralph Jackson was a Sword Cutler, at the sign of the Flaming Sword, next door to P. Chambell's on the lower end of Cork-hill, near Smock-alley in Dublin. He died 1757, and was possibly a son of Ralph JACKSON d 1703, yeoman.  In 1735,  a Ralph JACKSON married Mary VANDERLEUR in Dublin.

Name

Townland

Parish

Barony

Notes

Ralph

Ballymacahil and Derries

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

Ralph

Ballynagall

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

151 acres profitable land

151 acres forfeited

Ralph

Bananstown

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

Ralph

Cooleighter

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

1659 Census: 47 English + 8 Irish

Ralph

Drumcree

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

1659 Census: 50 English + 7 Irish

Ralph

Glananea or Ralphstown

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

295 Acres unprofitable

643 Acres profitable

643 Acres forfeited

Ralph

Gormanstown

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

Ralph

Johnstowne

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

211 profitable land

211 acres forfeited

1659 Census: 11 English + 1 Irish.

Ralph

Kilcumny

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

63 acres profitable

63 acres forfeited

1659 Census: 8 English no Irish

Ralph

Kilwalter

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

Ralph

Loughstown

Kilclumny

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

Ralph

Robinstown

Kilclumny

 

Delvin

1641- Nugent, James (Catholic)

1670 Dawson, Thomas & JACKSON, Ralph (Protestant)

307 acres profitable

307 acres forfeited

1659 Census” 25 English no Irish

 

 

 

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