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At present, I do not know how any of these Dundalk JACKSONs may connect with the John W. JACKSON who called himself a cousin of Sir Thomas JACKSON in a letter sent about 1900. There may also be a connection to the Charles Jackson memorialized at Clonaleenan Graveyard (see bottom of page).
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 15, 2011

 

Dundalk mentions of JACKSONs

 

Belfast Newsletter BMDs

A William JACKSON of Dundalk married Mar 20, 1835.

A William JACKSON of Dundalk died Dec 1 1837.

 

Dundalk JACKSON births from LDS Records

Child

Father

Mother

Birthdate

Place

William JACKSON

John JACKSON

Ellen ENGLAND

1864 Nov 19

b. Dundalk, Louth, Ireland

Margaret JACKSON

John JACKSON

Mary MACKIN

1869 Jul 14

773 Dundalk, Louth, Ireland

David Quinn JACKSON

John JACKSON

Jane QUINN

1870 Sep 7

b. Dundalk, Louth, Ireland

Ann JACKSON

John JACKSON

Mary MARKIN

1874 Apr 1

b. Dundalk, Louth, Ireland

Thomas Dempsey JACKSON

John JACKSON

Alice DEMPSY

1874 Jun 2

b. Dundalk, Louth, Ireland

 

1901 Irish Census JACKSONs in Dundalk – NOTE: There are 3 families

Forename

Townland/Street

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Religion

Literacy

Relation to Head of Household

Marital Status

John

Bachelor's Walk

13

Co Louth

Scholar

Church of Ireland

Read and write

Son

Not Married

David[1]

Bachelor's Walk

40

Co Louth

Laborer in Distillery

Church of Ireland

Read and write

Head of Family

Married

Eva

Bachelor's Walk

6

Co Louth

Scholar

Church of Ireland

Cannot read or write

Daughter

Not Married

Maud

Bachelor's Walk

11

Co Louth

Scholar

Church of Ireland

Read and write

Daughter

Not Married

Alicia

Bachelor's Walk

40

Co Louth

House Keeper

Church of Ireland

Read and write

Wife

Married

Thomas

Hill Street

12

Dundalk

Scholar

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Son

Not Married

James

Hill Street

7

Dundalk

Scholar

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Son

Not Married

Samule

Hill Street

10

Dundalk

Scholar

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Son

Not Married

David

Hill Street

5

Dundalk

Scholar

Roman Catholic

Read

Son

Not Married

Bridget

Hill Street

42

Dublin City

House Keeper

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Wife

Married

Samule

Hill Street

43

Dublin City

Engine Fitter

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Head of Family

Married

Mary

Market Street

60

Co Louth

HouseKeeper

Roman Catholic

Read only

Head of Family

Widow

Mary

Market Street

34

Co Louth

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Daughter

Not Married

Peter

Market Street

36

Co Louth

Car Driver

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Son

Not Married

Annie[2]

Market Street

24

Co Louth

Laundress

Roman Catholic

Read and write

Daughter

Not Married

 

Griffiths Valuation of JACKSONs in Co. Louth

NOTE: I suspect that the Thomas JACKSON is the same as Sir Thomas JACKSON of Urker, but I need to revisit this.

 

Occupier Surname

Occupier Forename

Parish

Details

JACKSON

PATRICK

DUNLEER

Patrick Jackson leased a very small acreage: 10 perches with a 2 shilling building in Townland of Athclare in Parish of Dunleer.

JACKSON

THOMAS

DUNDALK

Jane Coulter leased to Thomas Jackson 78 acres of land and buildings in the townland of Dowdallshill valued at £3.10.0.

COLLINS

OWEN

DUNDALK

Thomas Jackson leased to Owen Collins a small house in the townland of Dowdallshill valued at 12 shillings

HIGGINS

PATRICK

DUNDALK

Thomas Jackson leased to Patrick Higgins a small house in the townland of Dowdallshill valued at 10 shillings

Unoccupied

DUNDALK

Thomas Jackson held the lease for a vacant house valued at 10 shillings in the townland of Dowdallshill.

JACKSON

THOMAS

DUNDALK

Thomas Jackson leased from the Earl of Roden 11 acres in the townland of Marsh, North valued at £17.0.0.

JACKSON

SAMUEL T.

DUNDALK

Samuel T. Jackson leased from John Murphy 8 acres of land valued at £17 in Mounthamilton.

JACKSON

GEORGE

DUNDALK

George Jackson leased from Patrick Commons a building valued at £2 at 7 James Place, Dundalk.

MURPHY

BERNARD

DUNDALK

Turner Jackson leased an office valued at £3 to Bernard Murphy at 15 Church Street, Dundalk.

KEARNEY

JOHN

DUNDALK

Turner Jackson leased  house offices and yard valued at £13 to John Kearney at 16 Church Street, Dundalk.

 

Charles Jackson: “Erected by John DICKIE of Crunleenan in memory of Lieutenant Charles JACKSON of Lisnaboe, County Meath late HM 3rd Regiment of Buffs who died at Woodbine Cottage 18 October 1813 aged 75 years and here interred at his own request.” This particular JACKSON is still not connected to any known JACKSON line. At present, he is included in the Lisnaboe Tree, but he was also alleged to be related to the Urker JACKSONs. I am not alone in suspecting that there may be a link between these two lines of JACKSONs



[1] NOTE: IN the 1911 Census he is called Edward D. JACKSON

[2] NOTE: IN the 1911 Census, she is married and her brother Peter is living with her and her family – surname HARRISON.

 

 

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