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This file is a work in progess - I will record updates, so it may be worth checking in from time to time.
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 23, 2011.
Update March 16, 2012 Added Wexford Census data to Inch transcription.
Update: January 29, 2016 George JACKSON & Samuel JACKSON Dublin added. NOTE: I have included a lot of detail on the addition for Sarah JACKSON d. 1865 Dublin because I am exploring where she might fit in.

 

Jackson Gravemarkers

 

NOTE: I have transcribed several records of JACKSONs mentioned in grave markers using a range of sources, and my list is by no means exhaustive. Many of them come from notes that I made at the National Archives in Dublin, others from the volumes held at the Linen Library in Belfast, others from the internet, and finally some from the Enneclan publication: Brian J. Cantwell’s Memorials of the Dead. I recommend purchsing from them - in part because it helps to ensure that future records will be digitalized. Also, I have not included the ones that can be found in the excellent records of Co. Down graveyards. Many of them can be found at Ros Davies web site. They can also be found in the series edited by R.S.J. Clarke.

 

Part of what I am attempting to do in the table that follows is to connect all of these JACKSONs to known family trees – or as many as is humanly possible. This is a huge project and will take some considerable time. Many hands make light work, so if you see one that is "yours", please let me know and I will fill in the notes accordingly.

 

Frequently, I have repeated the text from a grave marker several times, but this is to enable me to record the various names with their date of interment. It makes a search by name and/or date much simpler. The rootsweb tree that I frequently refer to is the version that I update most frequently, but individual trees are sometimes more easily followed at my web site on the page dedicated to Family Trees. This page also includes several trees that are not in the Rootsweb version.

 

 

Year

Names

County

Inscription Notes

My notes

1787

Jackson, Richard

Armagh

Forkhill

It was noted that there are two identical memorials to Richard JACKSON.

NOTE: He died 11 Jun 1787 and is included in the Rootsweb tree.

Vol V P126

Memorials of the Dead

 

1832

Jacksons

Armagh

Charlemont Parish, Leggarhill

JACKSONs/ Burying place of Charlemont/ 1832. (on coping stone of wall surrounding the plot)

Vol II p253

Memorials of the Dead

1764

Jackson, James

Belfast

Shankhill, Belfast

Homer JACKSON and wife Janet CUNNINGHAM – d. 8 April 1689 & James JACKSON & his wife & likewise his daughter Mary McALLAIN (or McALDAIN) who d. Jan 28 1764 age 64.

Vol VIII p494

Memorials of the Dead.

1689

Jackson, Homer

Belfast

Shankhill, Belfast

Homer JACKSON and wife Janet CUNNINGHAM – d. 8 April 1689 & James JACKSON & his wife & likewise his daughter Mary McALLAIN (or McALDAIN) who d. Jan 28 1764 age 64.

Vol VIII p494

Memorials of the Dead.

 

Jackson, Sarah

Carlow

Wells Parish, Co. Carlow

Oct 12 Sarah, dau of Isaac and Mary JACKSON of Killinane Parish NOTE: What year? Also worth noting, A Richard JACKSON lived in the townland of Killinane, Parish Kilcullen, Co. Kildare at the time of Griffiths Valuation.

Vol IV P368

Memorials of the Dead

 

1760

Jackson, James

Carlow

Hacketstown Cemetery, Co. Carlow

Jacob JACKSON – his family.

James JACKSON d. Feb 6, 1760 age 80

 

This Stone is Erected

 by Jacob Jackfon for

Him Self & his Family.

Here Lyeth the bodys

Of James Jackson Who

Departed this Life Febry

The 6th 1760 Agd 89

And Ann JACKSON, his wife

Departed Septembr

the 22d 1768 agd 87

Vol VI Memorials of the Dead

P7 NOTE: James b. 1680.

Vol VI Memorials of the Dead

P431 NOTE: An sketch of the tombstone.

1768

Jackson, Ann

Carlow

Hacketstown Cemetery, Co. Carlow

Jacob JACKSON – his family.

James JACKSON d. Feb 6, 1760 age 80

 

This Stone is Erected

 by Jacob Jackfon for

Him Self & his Family.

Here Lyeth the bodys

Of James Jackson Who

Departed this Life Febry

The 6th 1760 Agd 89

And Ann JACKSON, his wife

Departed Septembr

the 22d 1768 agd 87

 

Vol VI Memorials of the Dead

P7 NOTE: James b. 1680.

Vol VI Memorials of the Dead

P431 NOTE: An sketch of the tombstone.

1806

Jackson, William

Carlow

Parish of Old Leighlin, Co. Carlow

Feb 16, 1806 married by banns. William JACKSON of Newtown Barry and Mary AGAR of Tullowcreen Parish NOTE: Newtownbarry is in Co. Wicklow, near Bunclody.

Vol III p27

Memorials of the Dead

 

1831

Jackson, Catherine

Carlow

Wells Parish, Co. Carlow

1831 May 22 Catherine dau of William and Mary JACKSON steward.

Vol V P12

Memorials of the Dead

 

1854

Jackson, Thomas

Carlow

Ardoyne, Church of Ireland, Holy Trinity Church

Erected by Jane Jackson Black / to the memory of her husband / Thomas Jackson who depd this life / the 3rd of December 1854 aged 56 years. NOTE: Is BLACK her maiden name or does it denote a second marriage?

Memorials of the Dead

 

1866

Jackson, Ellen

Carlow

Old Leighlin Cemetery, Co. Carlow

NOTE: Lieut Col JACKSON is buried. No dates given. It may be that this is a James JACKSON, “Retired Coll of E.I.C.S” NOTE: I believe the acronym refers to East India Co. Service

SEE: Co. Carlow JACKSONs

.

He had a wife Ellen JACKSON who gave birth in 1864. SOURCE: The year of the Memorials of the Dead that this was taken from is 1901. I hadn’t seen it in any of the volumes that I explored. SEE: Rootsweb tree

Also Ellen JACKSON, d. Oct 20, 1866 age 32. Vol II, p30.

Vol II p30

Memorials of the Dead

 

1866

Jackson, Ellen

Carlow

Old Leighlin

(Note: The humorous MP. Sir Boyle ROCHE came from here)

Near the west door: Ellen, wife of Lieut Col JACKSON d. 20 Oct 1866 age 32

Vol II p30

Memorials of the Dead

 

1870

McWilliams, Revd Russell

Carlow

Ardoyne, Church of Ireland, Holy Trinity Church

In memory of the Revd Russell McWILLIAMS/ incumbent of Ardoyne / who died 12th Decr 1870 / aged 31 years

Memorials of the Dead

In Rootsweb tree.

 

 

Cork

Cork – The friends burying Ground

It was just mentioned that many JACKSONs were buried here.

Vol X Memorials of the Dead.

p.27

1666

Jackson, Elizabeth

Cork

St. Mary’s Parish Yougal, Co Cork

Christened June 8, 1666 Elizabeth daughter of Lodowicke JACKSON

Burial June 11, 1666 Elizabeth daughter of Lodowicke JACKSON

Vol III Memorials of the Dead

1666

Jackson, Lodowick

Cork

St. Mary’s Parish Yougal, Co Cork

Christened June 8, 1666 Elizabeth daughter of Lodowicke JACKSON

Burial June 11, 1666 Elizabeth daughter of Lodowicke JACKSON

Vol III Memorials of the Dead

 

Jackson, Esther

Down

Dundonald Co. Down

Rev. John CLELAND d. 25 June 1834 age 80 & Esther JACKSON his wife.

NOTE: She was born 1785 and he was born 1755.

Vol X Memorials of the Dead.

P189

1796

Jackson, Hugh

Down

Knock, Co. Down

Hugh JACKSON d. 29 Dec 1796 age 43. Children Hugh, Margaret, Jane.

Vol X Memorials of the Dead.

P29

1847

Jackson, John

Down

Donaghmore, Co. Down

John JACKSON of Ringclare d. 1 Sept 1847 age 63

 

Vol X Memorials of the Dead.

P291

1718

Jackson, William

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Buried 5 April 1718, son to Matthew & Sarah JACKSON, poor.

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1722

Jackson, Elizabeth

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Buried 20 July 1722

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1724

Jackson, Thomas

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Buried 9 April 1724

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1729

Jackson, John

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Buried 5 Sept 1729 Son of William and Frances JACKSON

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1729

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

9 November 1729

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1734

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

23 May 1734

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1735

Jackson, Solloman

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

6 May 1735

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1736

Jackson, John

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

23 August 1736

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1738

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

18 March 1738

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1739

Jackson, Margaret

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

26 February 1739

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1741

Jackson, John

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

11 March 1741

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1749

Jackson, John

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to William, 8 March 1749

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1750

Jackson, George

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to John ,18 July 1750

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1750

Jackson, Susannah

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to William 21st May 1750

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1751

Jackson, Benjamin

Dublin

DUBLIN. Glasnevin Parish Churchyard

On a square headstone:

Here lieth the body of Henry/ Dickenson who departed this / Life February the 25th1751 aged 72

On the top edge of this stone is cut:

BEN IACKSON of Liffy Street Dublin

NOTE:  there are also many contemporary Jacksons in this graveyard.

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/dublin/glasnevin/glasnevin.htm

Vol VIII P320

NOTE: The date is not for JACKSON, but for Dickenson..

1751

Jackson, Sarah

Dublin

Parish of Clontarf

Alexander JACKSON daughter Sarah HADSOR d. April 4, 1751, age 75

Memorials of the Dead

Vol II p77

1751

Jackson, Ursula

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to Henry 1 July 1751

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1752

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to John, 18 March 1752

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1754

Jackson, Elizabeth

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to William & Elizabeth, 31 December 1754

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1754

Jackson, Jane

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Wife to Henry, 6 November 1754

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1754

Jackson, Mr.

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

A stillborn child of Mr. Jackson, 25 January 1754

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1754

Jackson, Robert

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to James, 25 February 1754

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1754

Jackson, Ursula

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to Henry 4 March 1754

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1755

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to Richard, 30 July 1755

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1756

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to William and Eliza, 28 February, 1756

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1756

Jackson, William

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to William, 21 March 1756

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1759

Jackson, Caleb

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

26 April 1759

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1759

Jackson, Christopher

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

25 October 1759

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1759

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to William, 11 to November 1759

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1763

Jackson, Christopher

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son of Christopher, 13 May 1763

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1767

Jackson, William

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to William, 16 April 1767

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1768

Jackson, Elizabeth

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

9 March 1768

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1769

Jackson, John

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

5 April 1769

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1770

Jackson, Isaac

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to William, 12 December 1770

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1770

Jackson, Mrs.

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

21 May 1770, of Chamber Street

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1771

Jackson, James

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

5 May 1771

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1772

Jackson

Dublin

A railed-in burial place has a flat slab, recording that: -

This stone and burial place belongeth to WILLM JACKSON of Mill Street Tanner and his posterity 1772.

Vol IV Memorials of the Dead

P231

1772

Jackson, William

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

17 January 1772

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1772

Jackson, William

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

28 September 1772

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1773

Jackson, Sarah

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to William, 26 May eight 1773

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1774

Jackson, Elizabeth

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

1 January 1774

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1774

Jackson, William

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

1 September 1774

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1775

Jackson, Luke

Dublin

St. Michans

Luke JACKSON m Hannah RHEAMES

See also:

Luke JACKSON m. Hanna RHAMES at St. John Church of Ireland, Dublin. 10 June 1775

Vol XI Memorials of the Dead.

 

1776

Jackson, John

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

9 September 1776

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1778

Jackson, Jane

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

4 October 1778

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1781

Jackson, Samuel

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to Samuel and Mary, 13th May 1781

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1782

Jackson,

Henry & Ann

Dublin

Parish of Crumlin, Co. Dublin

JACKSON, goldsmith 1782 (husband and wife) (his father and mother) he April 11, she April 25

 

This seems to relate to the following from The Irish Genealogist:

Monumental Inscriptions from St. Marys Church, Crumlin, Co. Dublin. (4 and a half miles south of Dublin)

JACKSON: This stone belongs to | Joseph Jackson of the City of Dublin | Gold Smith | Here lieth the body of his father Henry Jackson who departed this life April ye 11th| 1782 aged 64 years also the body of Ann Jackson wife of  said Joseph Jackson who departed this | life April y 25th  1782 aged 28 years | [245]

 

Vol V Memorials of the Dead

P360

NOTE: This is transcribed as recorded.

In Vol XII p159 there is a list of entries to St. Mary’s Church which includes Ann JACKSON, wife to Robert 27 April 1782. The two are not to be confused.

1782

Jackson, Ann

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Wife to Robert, 27 April 1782

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1782

Jackson, Joseph

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

14 April 1782

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1784

Jackson, Debora

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to Joseph and Mary, 21st August 1784

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1784

Jackson, Mr

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Of Liffy Street, buried 1 Oct 1784

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1786

Jackson, Judith

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

3 January 1786

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1788

Jackson, Mrs.

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

21 December 1788

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1788

Jackson, Peter

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to Joseph, 6 January 1788

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1789

Jackson, William

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to William, 3 August 1789

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1792

Jackson, Samuel

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Son to Samuel, 29 March 1792

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1793

Jackson, Catherine

Dublin

DUBLIN VOL V

Here lieth the body of Mrs CATHERINE JACKSON* who departed this Life August 22nd 1793, aged 82 years, 62 of which she was wife to the Revd Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore. She lived virtuously and died happily. This Stone is erected out of love and real regard to her Memory by her friend MISS ELENOR TISDALL.

In Santry tree *aka Catherine DEERING.

 

1798

Bond, Oliver

Dublin

DUBLIN St Michans

Sacred to the memory of OLIVER BOND, / Died the 16th of Sept., 1798, in the 39th year of his age,/ the noblest work of God, an honest man.

Underneath is interred the remains of AMELIA B. JACKSON,/ who departed this life the 14th of Dec., 18....... aged 8 years & 10 months, Likewise the remains of her sister OLIVIA, who depar/ted this life March 18.... aged 7 years & 1 month, also of WILLIAM (this is doubtful) JACKSON, who died at Liverpool, / 24th April, 1835, aged 10 years.

Vol III Memorials of the Dead. P67

In Rootsweb tree *This is OLIVER BOND, the rebel, and JACKSON is said to be here, but the description does not mention him.

1808

Jackson, Joseph

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

22 April 1808

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1808

Jackson, Mrs.

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

6 September 1808, of Dorset Street

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1812

Jackson, Diana

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

17 March 1812, of Coles Lane. In the record – the initials `P.G.`- I do not know what that stands for.

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1812

Jackson, Mont.

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

15 March 1812 Master – I assume son of Capt. Montague JACKSON

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1812

Jackson, Montague

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

26 January 1812 Capt.

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1812

Jackson, William

Dublin

Kilmainham Churchyard, Dublin

Ann JACKSON of Exchequer St. In City of Dublin in memory of husband William JACKSON d 8 Aug 1812 age 33 & also 8 of his children who died in infancy.

People as you all pass by

As you are so once was I.

As I am now so you shall be

Prepare for death and follow me.

Vol X Memorials of the Dead.

P53

1813

Jackson, Samuel

George Jackson

Dublin Monumental Inscriptions from Tallaght, Co. Dublin.
This flag was . . . GEORGE JACKSON, in memory of his . . . SAMUEL JACKSON of Whitechurch, whose remains are . . . Born Aug. 27th 1714 Died July . . . Also to ANN, eldest daughter to J . . . BOARDMAN of Parson . . . House and wife to the above SAMUEL, d. 8th April, 1813 a. 72.
The Irish Genealogist;.

1813

Jackson, Dorothy

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

8 December 1813

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1814

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

13 November 1814

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1815

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

Daughter to Thomas and Ann, 24 November 1815

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1818

Jackson, Thomas

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

23 November 1818

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1825

Jackson, Thomas

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Buried 18 January 1825 age 17

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1827

Jackson, Henry

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

9 March, 1827

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1830

Jackson, John

Dublin

St Mary’s, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

19 April 1830

Memorials of the Dead Vol XII p 158

1830

Jackson, Martha

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Buried 27 Oct 1830, of Capel Street.

NOTE: She may be a daughter of Peter JACKSON & Joanna VINCENT of Capel Street.

Church Records at www.irishgenealogy.ie

1833

Jackson, Sarah

Dublin

Dawson St., St. Anne’s

This ground belongs to James Saunders, of number 12 South Frederick St. Here lieth the remains of his eldest son, Robert, who departed this life the 29th day of January 1817, aged 28 years. Here lieth the remains of the above James Saunders, who departed this life the 29th day of August, 1821, age 62 years. Here also lieth the remains of Mrs. Sarah Saunders, wife of the above named James Saunders, who departed this life the 27th June, 1832, aged 76 years. Here lie the remains of Mrs. Sarah Jackson, of No. 12 Sth. Frederick St., who died the 17th January, 1833, aged 41 years. Also the remains of Mr. John Jackson, husband of the above, who died the 28 September, 1846, aged 66 years. And of Elias George Jackson sixth child, and third son of the above named John and Sarah. Born January, 1822. Died November 1854. Aged 33 years. NOTE: A James SAUNDERS was the Registrar of Deeds – mentioned in several deed transcriptions on my site.

Memorials of the Dead

Vol III p448

1835

Jackson, Eleanor

Dublin

St. Mary Church of Ireland, Mary Street, Dublin

Mrs. Eleanor JACKSON of White`s Lane, age 42, buried 27 Oct 1830

 

1857

Jackson, Mary

Dublin

DUBLIN

In Memory of Sarah Georgina L’Estrange, youngest daughter of Christopher Carleton, Esq. Of Fitzwilliam Sq. She was born August 8th, 1829, And fell asleep in Jesus April 18th, 1838. Is it well with the Child? And she answered, It is well. ii Kings 4, 26. And of Henry L’Estrange, Esqre. Eldest son of Christopher Carleton, Esqre., Died October 31st, 1839, aged 29 years. Also their kind and affectionate Aunt, Mary Jackson, Daughter of Colonel Jackson, Enniscoe House, Mayo, Died January, 1857.

Memorials of the Dead Vol VI p74

In Rootsweb tree

1865 Jackson, Sarah Dublin

JACKSON In memory of Sarah Jackson the widow of Robert Jackson late Captain 68th regt. who died February 14 1865.
Sacred to the memory of Sarah, wife of James Jackson Esq. Tivoli
House, Kingstown, who died 24 October 1816 [sic 1846] age 57. Also James Jackson Esq. died 18 December 1861 age 83 (?) Their son James died June 9 1896 age 70 Maria Jackson eldest daughter of above died . . . . 1895 aged 88. Also Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of above died March 19, 1903.

NOTE: Obit: On Saturday night, the 24th inst., at Tivoli House Kinston [sic], Sarah, the wife of James Jackson Esq. Saunders's News-Letter October 27, 1846.

NOTE: I suspect that the retired Army Major George JACKSON who lived at 10 Vesey Place in Kingstown in 1848 may have been related.

NOTE: The family is likely related to the JACKSONs of Enniscoe, Co. Mayo. [see beneath]. Is it possible that the Sarah JACKSON (1789-1846) was the Unnamed CAREY who married James JACKSON (b 1790) of Enniscoe?

Obit: Jan 2, 1857 at Tivoli Terrace, Mary, daughter of the late Col. Jackson of Enniscoe, universally regretted. SOURCE: Dublin Evening Post January 10, 1857

The Irish Genealogist
NOTE: Tivoli House was at 27 York St., Kingstown. In 1847 James Jackson resided there. In 1850, a John JACKSON resided there and a Miss JACKSON resided at Tivili Cottage, From Saunder's Newsletter, August 6, 1835: At the 2nd, at Tivoli Cottage, Kingstown, after a short but rapid illness, George Jackson Esq. one of the Solicitors of the Corporation of Dublin, desrvedly and sincerly regretted by all who knew him. His wife, Althea Eliza died at Trivoli Nov 11, 1842. [Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondant Nov 14 1842]
James JACKSON's 3rd daughter Isabella married Charles L. BATEMAN [SOURCE: Dublin Evening Packet Oct 15, 1842].

James JACKSON's 4th daughter Margaret married John Thomas HOUGHTON [Dublin Evening Mail May 9, 1845].

NOTE: I suspect a relationship to Frederick JACKSON, solicitor of Monkstown.

1867

Jackson, Elizabeth

Dublin

DUBLIN St. Thomas Church

Erected to the memory of / Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson --- late of Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin, / relict of the late Peter Jackson Esqr / and daughter of / Riley Towers Esqr / of this city and formerly of Calcutta. She died on the 25th of June 1867 in the 99th year of her age / beloved and respected by her / relations and friends for her / Benevolent disposition / and her many amiable qualities / This tablet has been erected as a tribute of respect to her memory by her nephews F.A. Jackson and C.W. Jackson Esqr

Memorials of the Dead Vol XI P42

1892

Jackson, John Simpson M.

Dublin

St Patrick’s Cathedral

In | Loving Memory | of | JOHN SIMPSON M. JACKSON |

M.B. Senior Moderator T.C.D.|

of Eglinton Sandymount Co. Dublin | Surgeon S.S. Angola, |

who was washed overboard |

during a gale near Grand Canary | in an endeavour to relieve | an injured sailor |

on 20th January 1892. | This Tablet has been erected | by his fellow students, |

as a token of the high esteem | in which they held him.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III

1921

Jackson, Robert William

Dublin

St Patrick’s Cathedral

To the Glory of God | and in beloved Memory of | Sir ROBERT WILLIAM JACKSON, Knt. C.B., F.R.C.S.I., etc | Order of Medijie Hon. Associate St. John of Jerusalem. | Depty. Surgn. General A.M.S. (Retired) | Served in Crimean War (1854-56): Indian Mutiny (1857-58): | Ashanti War (1874): Zulu War (1880) | Egyptian War (1882). | and Member of Cathedral Board for many years. | born 11th August 1827, | Bank House, Edenderry, King’s County, | died 12th May 1921. | Eglington, Sandymount, Co. Dublin.

 

1956

Jackson, Robert Tennant

Dublin

Monkstown Parish Church. Church of Ireland.

Bible.  To the Glory of God/ and/ in memory of Robert Tennant Jackson/ presented by his wife and children/ 6th February 1956.

Memorials of the Dead Vol XI

John Tennant Jackson, Rathville Co. Carlow married to Alice Francis Twamley, July 23, 190l. Carnew.

1698

Jackson, Ann

England

ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH CHURCH, CO. LEICESTER “Mural monument”:

 

Near this place lieth the body of

Ann

Wife of Richard Jackson, second

Son of William of Coleraine

In ye County of Derry, in ye Kingdom

Of Ireland Esq. Daughter of Thomas

Bate of Ashby Gen. And Dorothy his

Wife, who departed this life the 13th

Of July, in ye year One thousand six

Hundred and ninety eight.

In ye twenty-fourth year of her age

Having had issue two sons

William and Thomas

& one daughter Susanna

Who only survived her.

 

Above are painted arms (gules, a fesse between three shovellers or; impaling Bate)

Memorials of the Dead Vol XI p 485

NOTE: She was the 1st wife of Richard JACKSON (1688-1730)  who was a son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD .

 

1805

Jackson, Sarah

England

Bath Abbey, Somersetshire

Mrs. Sarah JACKSON relict of Charles, Lord Bishop of Kilmore ... d. 22 Oct 1805 age 77.

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol XI

 

 

Jackson, Elizabeth

Galway

Monumental Inscriptions from the Church and Graveyard at Kilmacduagh [Gort], Co. Galway.

Here lies/ the body/ of Elizabeth/ Jackson. [No date, early 19th Century type]

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol XI

 

Jackson

Kildare

Castle Carbury Churchyard

These were GRATTAN inscriptions. See Santry Tree JACKSON & BRERETON connections.

Vol X Memorials of the Dead.P95-97

1717

Jackson, Mary

Kildare

KILDARE St Michaels Churchyard VOL V

HERE LIES THE BODY OF MARY / PEARSON ALIAS JACKSON LATE  / WIFE OF RICHARD PEARSON OF  / ATHY WHO DEPARTED THIS / LIFE IN THE 71ST YEAR OF HER AGE / YE 24TH OF IANUARY 1717 / HERE LIES YE BODY OF RICHARD / PEARSON OF ATHY WHO / DEPARTED THIS LIFE YE 19 DAY OF IVNE 1724 AGED 78 YEARS / also in hopes of a happy Resurrection here lieth the body of ROBERT PEARSON Esqr, Captain in the Royal Regimt of Foot of Ireland wh served under the brave Duke of Marlborough in ......................... Deceased Jan ............. [corner broken off]

Memorials of the Dead Vol V p220

1731

Jackson, Samuel

Kildare

Parish of Narraghmore – Glassealy Churchyard

Samuel JACKSON lived 55 years in Glassely & died 7 May 1731 in the 88th year of his age.

... Juliana JACKSON daughter of Joseph JACKSON late of Glassely. D. 4 Mar 1763 age 21.

NOTE: On the 20th November, 1691, a lease for 21 years is granted to Samuel Jackson of Glassealy [Co. Kildare], gent. By Sir William Tichborn of the County Louth, of the lands of Glassely, Ballyadam, and the Ballindrum. “Here lies Samuel Jackson who / Eud [si] 55 years in Glassely and died / yr 7th of May, 1731, in the 88th year of his life.”

Memorials of the Dead Vol II p321 & Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society, 1912 Vol 7 #2 Glassealy and its Tenants.

1763

Jackson, Juliana

Kildare

Parish of Narraghmore – Glassealy Churchyard

Samuel JACKSON lived 55 years in Glassely & died 7 May 1731 in the 88th year of his age.

... Juliana JACKSON daughter of Joseph JACKSON late of Glassely. D. 4 Mar 1763 age 21.

Memorials of the Dead Vol II p321

1775

Jackson, John

Kildare

On a tablet over a door near the village to the east:

This

House

Built by

Jno Jackson

1775

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol X

P95-97

1775

Jackson, John

Kildare

KILDARE

On a tablet over a door of a house near the village to the east:

This

House

Built by

Jno Jackson

1775

Memorials of the Dead. Vol X p96

1835

Jackson, Joseph

Kildare

COUNTY KILDARE: FONTSTOWN OLD CHURCH -

On a tablet just inside

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF JOSEPH JACKSON fourth son of Richard Jackson of this Parish who in his 24th year of his age unfortunately lost his life when bathing on the morning of 12th June 1835.

 

In the lone mansion of the sacred tomb

Rests a lov’d friend who perish’d in his bloom,

No time allow’d to wean him from the world,

But in a moment from existence hurled.

Deep. Deep he sunk beneath the dark cold wave,

But not too deep for sovereign Grace to save.

 

As a small token of esteem this tablet was sent from America, and caused to be erected by his afflicted brother Thomas Jackson, of New York, Merchant.

Memorials of the Dead.

VOL VIII p571

 

1786

Jackson, George

Kings

KINGS Co. Ballyboy Churchyard

....Body of George Jackson, Esq. Of Ballyboy, who departed .... Feb 1786, in the 59th year of his age, Also his sister Charity Jackson .... died 1790, aged 69 years. SEE ALSO: Jackson, Charity

Memorials of the Dead VOL VII p390

NOTE: I should check out the JACKSONs associated with the townland of Birr in this context. [NOTE: There are also many DROUGHT inscriptions in the same graveyard Vol VII p392.jpg].

1790

Jackson, Charity

Kings

KINGS Co. Ballyboy Churchyard

....Body of George Jackson, Esq. Of Ballyboy, who departed .... Feb 1786, in the 59th year of his age, Also his sister Charity Jackson .... died 1790, aged 69 years. SEE ALSO: Jackson, George

Memorials of the Dead VOL VII p390

Memorials of the Dead.

1829

Jackson, Helena

Limerick

St. David's Church, Naas Gravestone Transcriptions, Co. Kildare
BEVERHOUDT: Sacred to the memory of HELENA wife of ADAM BEVERHOUDT Lieut. of H.M. 58th Regt. Daughter of THOMAS JACKSON of Fanningstown in the county of Limerick who died the 13th day of February in the Year of our Lord 1829 aged 22 years and whose remains are interred in the adjoining church yard.

See: Jacksons of Duddington Family Tree.

1720

Jackson, Anne

Londonderry

Bellaghy

[From the Rev. W. Kelly]

In this place are deposited the remains of Adam Downing Esq. descended from an ancient family in Devonshire and honourably allied in this kingdom, married to Anne the daughter of John Jackson of Coleraine Esq. He gave early and signal proofs of his courage at the siege of Derry and battle of the Boyne, where he commanded a independent company, in consequence of which he was appointed by government in the year 1715 one of the Commissioners of Array. Soon after was made Col. of Militia Dragoons and on 18 January in the same year Deputy Governor of this County, he was an active magistrate a humane landlord, a hospitable neighbour and pleasing companion, his doors always open to receive his friends his purse to relieve the poor and distressed. He died on the 15 December 1719 in the 53rd year of his age, universally beloved universally lamented sacred to the memory of a man so respectable this marble is erected by John Downing Esq. his eldest surviving son, who wishing to be thought worthy of such a Father, and to inherit his loyalty and public spirit in the time of the Scotch Rebellion in the year 1745 raised at great expense an independent company of the most reputable men for (?) ... in the defense of his King and country.

 

Here likewise lieth interred

his daughter Margaret (?) Relict of

Capt. James Hand

 

... also of Anne  (his?) beloved wife and daughter of the Rev. Simon Rowe.... pious and beloved Clergyman many years Rector of this parish, this amiable woman after..... receive to arrest on 2 February 1776 865.

These and well for transient on her claim

But virtue only gives a lasting name.

 

On left side: --

Within this vault are the remains of several descendents of Adam Downing

The first of his family and cared here.

Dawson Downing Esq. of Rowesgift in this County was interred here on the 4 July 1807.

Rev. Alexander Clotworthy Downing Rector of the Parish of Leckpatrick also in this County eldest brother of said Dawson Downing, having died at an advanced age, was interred here on the 15th April, 1812.

Jamison Downing, widow of said Rev. Alexander Clotworthy  Downing died at the age of 80 and was interred here on the second November, 1817.

William Downing*, son of the above Dawson Downing died at age 26 years and was interred here on the 25th March, 1845.

Adam Gifford Downing Esq. Lieut Colonel on half pay of her Majesty's 81st Regiment in which he had served with distinction, youngest son of the above named Rev. Alexander Clotworthy Downing died 21st of February 1847  aged 63 years and was interred here on 23rd February 1847.

John Downing Nesbitt Esq. eldest son of the same Rev. Alexander Clotworthy Downing born on the 2 December 1768 and died at his house at Leixlip in the County of Kildare on 2d March, 1847.

Opposite side: --

In affectionate remembrance of Catherine Jamison Downing Nesbitt who died 26 February 1880 aged nearly 86 years.

*Grandson (?) There must be some error in the dates given for William Downing.

Memorials of the Dead.

VII p102

NOTE: Her death date is between 1718-1726.

NOTE: I still need to revisit this tree and other places in my web site since I had his wife as Margaret daughter  of Thomas JACKSON.

1812

Jackson, Jane

Longford

Taghshunny Churchyard. Co. Longford.

Here lieth the remains of John Payne late of Derrycullim who lived Respected & died sincerely Regretd August 1st 1812 agt 68 yr also the Remains of his daughter Jane Jackson alis Payne dept this life April 8th agd 31 yr to perpetuate their memory This monument was Erected by his son Alexander Payne.

Memorials of the Dead.

VOL VI p 117

 

1813

Jackson, Charles

Louth

Kane Graveyard, Co Louth

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.” SEE: DICKIE.

Memorials of the Dead. Vol VIII P396

1849

Jackson, Mary

Mayo

Parish Church, Kilmaine, Co. Mayo

Henry JACKSON of Rathgranaher d. Oct 27, 1856, age 27

Louisa JACKSON youngest dau of Thomas JACKSON d. Mar 28, 1856 age 4 years

Mary JACKSON wife of John JACKSON d. Mar 9, 1849, age 38 years.

Memorials of the Dead Vol IV P450

 

1856

Jackson, Henry

Mayo

Parish Church, Kilmaine, Co. Mayo

Henry JACKSON of Rathgranaher d. Oct 27, 1856, age 27

Louisa JACKSON youngest dau of Thomas JACKSON d. Mar 28, 1856 age 4 years

Mary JACKSON wife of John JACKSON d. Mar 9, 1849, age 38 years.

Memorials of the Dead Vol IV P450

 

1856

Jackson, Louisa

Mayo

Parish Church, Kilmaine, Co. Mayo

Henry JACKSON of Rathgranaher d. Oct 27, 1856, age 27

Louisa JACKSON youngest dau of Thomas JACKSON d. Mar 28, 1856 age 4 years

Mary JACKSON wife of John JACKSON d. Mar 9, 1849, age 38 years.

Memorials of the Dead Vol IV P450

 

 

Jackson, Richard

Monaghan

[From H.B. SWANZY, Esq., Newry, 1896.]

This monumental tomb

was erected by MR. JAMES SWANZY, of the city

of London, in memory of his family.

Here lies the body of HENRY SWANZY, Great Grandfather of the said JAMES SWANZY, who departed this life, August 7, 1742, aged 76 years.

Here also lies the body of ELIZABETH SWANZY wife of the aforesaid HENRY, who departed this life November 14, 1744, aged 33 years.

Here also lies the body of JAMES SWANZY

grandfather the aforesaid JAMES SWANZY

the departed this life June 18, 1784.

Aged 74 years. Here also lies the body of HENRY SWANZY father the aforesaid JAMES, who departed this life, March 26, 1792, aged 48 years.

Here also lies the body of ELIZABETH IRWIN who departed this life January 7, 1808

aged 75 years.

Also the remains of ANNE SWANZY, who departed this life 4 February, 1822, aged 82 years mother of the aforesaid JAMES SWANZY who died at Cape Coast Castle, on the coast of Africa

the 23rd of  Febry, 1823, aged 57 years.

Also the remains of RICHARD JACKSON, Esq. of Monaghan, son-in-law of the aforesaid ELIZABETH IRWIN, who died on 22 January 1834, aged 67 years.

Here likewise are deposited the remains of THOMAS BIDDALL SWANZY, who departed this life the 31st of January, 1836, aged 39 years.

Most of the inscriptions in Clontibret churchyard are given in Shirley's history of County Monaghan. The above, however, is omitted. There is a much older stone, now much defaced, for which the earlier names and dates were evidently copied on the latter monument, which must have been erected about 1818.

Memorials of the Dead.Vol III p327-8

NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON who funded the school in Monaghan.

 

1858

Jackson, Adam

Queens Co.

Adam Jackson of Craigue

SEE: JACKSONs of Carlow He died 20 Sept 1858.

Memorials of the Dead in Ireland

Vol I p 142

1795

Jackson, Anne

Sligo

Ballysadare & Kilvarnet, Co. Sligo

Anne CORRISTINE als JACKSON d. Mar 6, 1795 age 36.

Vol XI Memorials of the Dead. P231

 

1928

Jackson, Alice Jane

Sligo

St. John’s Church of Ireland

JACKSON – two references:

Arthur JACKSON, J.P., D.L., P.G.M.

Tablet (Copper?) beneath [POLLEXFEN] In loving memory of Alice Jane Jackson youngest daughter of William and Elizabeth Pollexfen & beloved wife of Arthur Jackson D.L. died 17th March 1928.

NOTE: Arthur JACKSON was both a Deputy Lieutenant as well as a judge.

1666

Smith

Tipperary

Smith Family Genealogy – note DROUGHT connections – this family has considerable connections to one line of JACKSONs.

Memorials of the Dead. Vol VIII P208

 

1799

Jackson, Elizabeth

Tipperary

Ballymackey Churchyard, Tipperary

Mrs. Elizabeth JACKSON wife of George JACKSON, Esq. Of Mount Pleasant, who lived beloved and died Aug 23, 1799.

Memorials of the Dead. Vol VII P167

1807

Jackson, John

Tipperary

HOC TEMPLUM ........ IS LAPSI DIRUTIQUE

......PARTIM EX DECOMINIS PAROCHLE CAHIR

..............................WATERFORD .......................

...................................DONATIS.................

..........................................DESIC........................

.......................................................ARCHIBALD

EDWARD O DOUGLAS HUJUSCE PAROCHLE

RECTORI EJUSDEM OPERA ...AQUE PERFECTUM

FUIT INO JACKSON FECIT A.D. A807

Memorials of the Dead Vol IV P119

1820

Jackson, Robert

Tipperary

Templemore Parish, Co. Tipperary

George JACKSON Esq. Of Templemore, d. Oct 1, 1832 age 63.

Son Robert d. May 18, 1820, age 12. Wife Grace d. Mar 1, 1853, age 81. Son John d. June 26, age 66.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III p 148

 

1832

Jackson, George

Tipperary

Templemore Parish, Co. Tipperary

George JACKSON Esq. Of Templemore, d. Oct 1, 1832 age 63.

Son Robert d. May 18, 1820, age 12. Wife Grace d. Mar 1, 1853, age 81. Son John d. June 26, age 66.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III p 148

NOTE: George b. 1769

 

1853

Jackson, Grace

Tipperary

Templemore Parish, Co. Tipperary

George JACKSON Esq. Of Templemore, d. Oct 1, 1832 age 63.

Son Robert d. May 18, 1820, age 12. Wife Grace d. Mar 1, 1853, age 81. Son John d. June 26, age 66.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III p 148

 

1853

Jackson, John

Tipperary

Templemore Parish, Co. Tipperary

George JACKSON Esq. Of Templemore, d. Oct 1, 1832 age 63.

Son Robert d. May 18, 1820, age 12. Wife Grace d. Mar 1, 1853, age 81. Son John d. June 26, age 66.

NOTE: I am guessing 1853

1871

Jackson, Elizabeth

Tipperary

Templemore Parish

Elizabeth MILLER died at Borrisoleigh Dec 12 1871 age 32. Also her mother, Mrs. George JACKSON of Templemore. Died Dec 12 1874 aged 77. To the memory of her father George JACKSON d. Dec 1875.

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol II p545

 

1874

Jackson, Mrs. George

Tipperary

Templemore Parish

Elizabeth MILLER died at Borrisoleigh Dec 12 1871 age 32. Also her mother, Mrs. George JACKSON of Templemore. Died Dec 12 1874 aged 77. To the memory of her father George JACKSON d. Dec 1875.

Memorials of the Dead Vol II p545

 

1875

Jackson, George

Tipperary

Templemore Parish

Elizabeth MILLER died at Borrisoleigh Dec 12 1871 age 32. Also her mother, Mrs. George JACKSON of Templemore. Died Dec 12 1874 aged 77. To the memory of her father George JACKSON d. Dec 1875.

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol II p545

 

1805

Jackson, Thomas

Tyrone

COUNTY TYRONE: Benburb Parish

THOMAS JACKSON, / of Tullidoey,* / died 20th April, 1805, / aged 63 years.

LYDIA JACKSON / widow of THOMAS JACKSON / Died 6th Decr., 1852, / aged 91 years.

THOMAS EYRE, / of Benburb, / Died 25th January, 1847, / aged 45 years.

 

HESTER ELIZABETH / first wife of THOMAS EYRE, Died 21st September 1839, / Aged 33 years.

JULIA MARIA, / Widow of THOMAS EYRE, died 16th September, 1879 / aged 62 years.

 

SALLY TISDALL, / Died 16 May, 1837, / aged 26 years. SARAH EYRE JACKSON, / Died 25th October, 1843, / aged 34 years.

 

ANNIE JACKSON / of Tullodoey, / died 27th May, 1859, / aged 71 years.

ELIZABETH JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, died 21st day of Feb., 1862, aged 76 years.

JAMES EYRE JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, / died 19th of April, 1862, / ages 68 years

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol II p364

 

1843

Jackson, Sarah Eyre

Tyrone

COUNTY TYRONE: Benburb Parish

THOMAS JACKSON, / of Tullidoey,* / died 20th April, 1805, / aged 63 years.

LYDIA JACKSON / widow of THOMAS JACKSON / Died 6th Decr., 1852, / aged 91 years.

THOMAS EYRE, / of Benburb, / Died 25th January, 1847, / aged 45 years.

 

HESTER ELIZABETH / first wife of THOMAS EYRE, Died 21st September 1839, / Aged 33 years.

JULIA MARIA, / Widow of THOMAS EYRE, died 16th September, 1879 / aged 62 years.

 

SALLY TISDALL, / Died 16 May, 1837, / aged 26 years. SARAH EYRE JACKSON, / Died 25th October, 1843, / aged 34 years.

 

ANNIE JACKSON / of Tullodoey, / died 27th May, 1859, / aged 71 years.

ELIZABETH JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, died 21st day of Feb., 1862, aged 76 years.

JAMES EYRE JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, / died 19th of April, 1862, / ages 68 years

Memorials of the Dead.

Vol II p 364

 

1852

Jackson, Lydia

Tyrone

COUNTY TYRONE: Benburb Parish

THOMAS JACKSON, / of Tullidoey,* / died 20th April, 1805, / aged 63 years.

LYDIA JACKSON / widow of THOMAS JACKSON / Died 6th Decr., 1852, / aged 91 years.

THOMAS EYRE, / of Benburb, / Died 25th January, 1847, / aged 45 years.

 

HESTER ELIZABETH / first wife of THOMAS EYRE, Died 21st September 1839, / Aged 33 years.

JULIA MARIA, / Widow of THOMAS EYRE, died 16th September, 1879 / aged 62 years.

 

SALLY TISDALL, / Died 16 May, 1837, / aged 26 years. SARAH EYRE JACKSON, / Died 25th October, 1843, / aged 34 years.

 

ANNIE JACKSON / of Tullodoey, / died 27th May, 1859, / aged 71 years.

ELIZABETH JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, died 21st day of Feb., 1862, aged 76 years.

JAMES EYRE JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, / died 19th of April, 1862, / ages 68 years

Memorials of the Dead.

1859

Jackson, Annie

Tyrone

COUNTY TYRONE: Benburb Parish

THOMAS JACKSON, / of Tullidoey,* / died 20th April, 1805, / aged 63 years.

LYDIA JACKSON / widow of THOMAS JACKSON / Died 6th Decr., 1852, / aged 91 years.

THOMAS EYRE, / of Benburb, / Died 25th January, 1847, / aged 45 years.

 

HESTER ELIZABETH / first wife of THOMAS EYRE, Died 21st September 1839, / Aged 33 years.

JULIA MARIA, / Widow of THOMAS EYRE, died 16th September, 1879 / aged 62 years.

 

SALLY TISDALL, / Died 16 May, 1837, / aged 26 years. SARAH EYRE JACKSON, / Died 25th October, 1843, / aged 34 years.

 

ANNIE JACKSON / of Tullodoey, / died 27th May, 1859, / aged 71 years.

ELIZABETH JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, died 21st day of Feb., 1862, aged 76 years.

JAMES EYRE JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, / died 19th of April, 1862, / ages 68 years

Memorials of the Dead.

1862

Jackson, Elizabeth

Tyrone

COUNTY TYRONE: Benburb Parish

THOMAS JACKSON, / of Tullidoey,* / died 20th April, 1805, / aged 63 years.

LYDIA JACKSON / widow of THOMAS JACKSON / Died 6th Decr., 1852, / aged 91 years.

THOMAS EYRE, / of Benburb, / Died 25th January, 1847, / aged 45 years.

 

HESTER ELIZABETH / first wife of THOMAS EYRE, Died 21st September 1839, / Aged 33 years.

JULIA MARIA, / Widow of THOMAS EYRE, died 16th September, 1879 / aged 62 years.

 

SALLY TISDALL, / Died 16 May, 1837, / aged 26 years. SARAH EYRE JACKSON, / Died 25th October, 1843, / aged 34 years.

 

ANNIE JACKSON / of Tullodoey, / died 27th May, 1859, / aged 71 years.

ELIZABETH JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, died 21st day of Feb., 1862, aged 76 years.

JAMES EYRE JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, / died 19th of April, 1862, / ages 68 years

Memorials of the Dead.

1862

Jackson, James Eyre

Tyrone

COUNTY TYRONE: Benburb Parish

THOMAS JACKSON, / of Tullidoey,* / died 20th April, 1805, / aged 63 years.

LYDIA JACKSON / widow of THOMAS JACKSON / Died 6th Decr., 1852, / aged 91 years.

THOMAS EYRE, / of Benburb, / Died 25th January, 1847, / aged 45 years.

 

HESTER ELIZABETH / first wife of THOMAS EYRE, Died 21st September 1839, / Aged 33 years.

JULIA MARIA, / Widow of THOMAS EYRE, died 16th September, 1879 / aged 62 years.

 

SALLY TISDALL, / Died 16 May, 1837, / aged 26 years. SARAH EYRE JACKSON, / Died 25th October, 1843, / aged 34 years.

 

ANNIE JACKSON / of Tullodoey, / died 27th May, 1859, / aged 71 years.

ELIZABETH JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, died 21st day of Feb., 1862, aged 76 years.

JAMES EYRE JACKSON, / of Tullodoey, / died 19th of April, 1862, / ages 68 years

Memorials of the Dead.

1797

Jackson, Ann

Waterford

Faithlegg Church, Co. Waterford

Ann JACKSON d. 30 Oct 1797 age 60 & Husband William JACKSON d 10 Nov 1801 age 62  SEE ALSO: William JACKSON

 

Memorials of the Dead Vol III

NOTE: Ann b. 1737 & William b. 1739

1801

Jackson, William

Waterford

Faithlegg Church, Co. Waterford

Ann JACKSON d. 30 Oct 1797 age 60 & Husband William JACKSON d 10 Nov 1801 age 62 SEE ALSO: Ann JACKSON

 

Memorials of the Dead Vol III

NOTE: Ann b. 1737 & William b. 1739

1842

Jackson, John

Wexford

Inch Church of Ireland

Two headstones side by side, a)left and b)right:

a)                     Erected to the memory of/ John Jackson of Ballyelleeen/ who depd this life August 16th/, 1842 aged 41 years/ also Jane Jackson wife of the above/ named who died February 5th, 1879 aged 82/ years also Edward Jackson who/ died October 11th, 1882 aged 10 years/ Elizabeth Jackson died 27th Jany 1895/ aged 58 Thomas Jackson died 9th February 1903  aged 69 and their son Robert aged 21 years.

b)                     Erected/ by/ Richard Jackson/ Ballyellen in loving memory of his son/ George Jackson/ who died 18th May 1915/ aged 12 years

Memorials of the Dead. Vol V
NOTE: In the 1901 Census of Ballyellin, Lower (Ballylarkin, Wexford) House 1: Thomas JACKSON age 68 (b abt 1833), farmer & widower; son, Richard age 26; daughter-in-law Margaret age 36 [NOTE: I suspect an error – I suspect she was closer to 26, based on 1911 census]; Eliza, grand-daughter, age 1; Thomas grandson (no age given – presumably an infant).

HUNCH: It would seem that Thomas (d 1903) and Elizabeth (d 1895) had a son Robert (d age 21) & a son Richard. It is likely that Thomas (b 1833) was a son of John (b1801) and Jane (b 1797).

1879

Jackson, Jane

Wexford

Inch Church of Ireland

Two headstones side by side, a)left and b)right:

a)                     Erected to the memory of/ John Jackson of Ballyelleeen/ who depd this life August 16th/, 1842 aged 41 years/ also Jane Jackson wife of the above/ named who died February 5th, 1879 aged 82/ years also Edward Jackson who/ died October 11th, 1882 aged 10 years/ Elizabeth Jackson died 27th Jany 1895/ aged 58 Thomas Jackson died 9th February 1903  aged 69 and their son Robert aged 21 years.

b)                     Erected/ by/ Richard Jackson/ Ballyellen in loving memory of his son/ George Jackson/ who died 18th May 1915/ aged 12 years

Memorials of the Dead Vol V.

1882

Jackson, Edward

Wexford

Inch Church of Ireland

Two headstones side by side, a)left and b)right:

a)                     Erected to the memory of/ John Jackson of Ballyelleeen/ who depd this life August 16th/, 1842 aged 41 years/ also Jane Jackson wife of the above/ named who died February 5th, 1879 aged 82/ years also Edward Jackson who/ died October 11th, 1882 aged 10 years/ Elizabeth Jackson died 27th Jany 1895/ aged 58 Thomas Jackson died 9th February 1903  aged 69 and their son Robert aged 21 years.

b)                     Erected/ by/ Richard Jackson/ Ballyellen in loving memory of his son/ George Jackson/ who died 18th May 1915/ aged 12 years

Memorials of the Dead Vol V.

1895

Jackson, Elizabeth

Wexford

Inch Church of Ireland

Two headstones side by side, a)left and b)right:

a)           Erected to the memory of/ John Jackson of Ballyelleeen/ who depd this life August 16th/, 1842 aged 41 years/ also Jane Jackson wife of the above/ named who died February 5th, 1879 aged 82/ years also Edward Jackson who/ died October 11th, 1882 aged 10 years/ Elizabeth Jackson died 27th Jany 1895/ aged 58 Thomas Jackson died 9th February 1903  aged 69 and their son Robert aged 21 years.

b)           Erected/ by/ Richard Jackson/ Ballyellen in loving memory of his son/ George Jackson/ who died 18th May 1915/ aged 12 years

Memorials of the Dead Vol V.

1903

Jackson, Thomas

Wexford

Inch Church of Ireland

Two headstones side by side, a)left and b)right:

a)                     Erected to the memory of/ John Jackson of Ballyelleeen/ who depd this life August 16th/, 1842 aged 41 years/ also Jane Jackson wife of the above/ named who died February 5th, 1879 aged 82/ years also Edward Jackson who/ died October 11th, 1882 aged 10 years/ Elizabeth Jackson died 27th Jany 1895/ aged 58 Thomas Jackson died 9th February 1903 aged 69 and their son Robert aged 21 years.

b)                     Erected/ by/ Richard Jackson/ Ballyellen in loving memory of his son/ George Jackson/ who died 18th May 1915/ aged 12 years

Memorials of the Dead Vol V.

1908

Jackson, John W.E.

Wexford

Rossdroit St. Peters

Brass. To the glory of God/ these windows are opened/ at the restoration of/ Rossdroit Church 1908-1909/ by J.W.E. Jackson Esq. J.P./ Rossdroit House/ in memory of his father and mother

Jackson 211. Open book on limestone headstone:

Left page. Elsie May Jackson/ born 5th October 1872/ died 17 November 1962.

Right page. John W.E. Jackson/ born 12 January 1880/ died 9th February 1964.

 Memorials of the Dead Vol VII South East Wexford.

1915

Jackson, George

Wexford

Inch Church of Ireland

Two headstones side by side, a)left and b)right:

a)   Erected to the memory of/ John Jackson of Ballyelleeen/ who depd this life August 16th/, 1842 aged 41 years/ also Jane Jackson wife of the above/ named who died February 5th, 1879 aged 82/ years also Edward Jackson who/ died October 11th, 1882 aged 10 years/ Elizabeth Jackson died 27th Jany 1895/ aged 58 Thomas Jackson died 9th February 1903 aged 69 and their son Robert aged 21 years.

b)   Erected/ by/ Richard Jackson/ Ballyellen in loving memory of his son/ George Jackson/ who died 18th May 1915/ aged 12 years

Memorials of the Dead Vol V.

1740

Jackson, Henry

Wicklow

Wicklow Church of Ireland

Here lieth ye body of Henry/Jackson deceasd Aprill ye 14, 1740/ aged 67 years

 Memorials of the Dead Vol II.

1772

Jackson, Hugh

Wicklow

WICKLOW: Dunganstown.

32 HODGINS

Else 17 Sept., 1777 (80)

2.Jackson, Hugh, 13 Feb. 1772 (74)

35 Elizabeth JACKSON, 1814 )34) “who had been inter’d at Castlemacadam 4 weeks on Acct. Of the Great Snow. SEE ALSO: Jackson, Elizabeth

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Vol VII p 485

 

1814

Jackson, Elizabeth

Wicklow

WICKLOW: Dunganstown. VOL VII

32 HODGINS

Else 17 Sept., 1777 (80)

2.Jackson, Hugh, 13 Feb. 1772 (74)

35 Elizabeth JACKSON, 1814 )34) “who had been inter’d at Castlemacadam 4 weeks on Acct. Of the Great Snow. SEE ALSO: Jackson, Hugh

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1834

Jackson, Joshua

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead.

NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

1837

Jackson, Catherine

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead.

NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

1847

Jackson, Richard

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead.

NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

1848

Jackson, John

Wicklow

Donoughmore Church of Ireland

This tablet was erected/ by John Jackson Esq. Spynans/ as a token of affection/ to the memory of his Father and Mother/ John Jackson/ who died 6th of December 1848 aged 90 years/ Mary Jane Jackson/ who died 17th September 1850 aged 76 years/ and his daughter Margaret Caroline Jackson/ who died 18th  January 1856 aged 4 1/2 years. Spynans aka Spinians  is at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains.

Memorials of the Dead.

NOTE: Jacksons of Spynans go back at least as far as 1769 when James JACKSON married Rachel NEEDHAM. A John JACKSON shows in 1863 in Landowners census.

1848

Jackson, Sarah

Wicklow

Dunlavin Church of Ireland

Erected by Sarah Bond/ in memory of her beloved husband/ Luke Bond/ who departed this life on the 2nd September/ 1862 aged 82 years/ also his aunt Sarah Jackson/ who departed this life on the/ 14th  November 1848 aged 84 years.

Memorials of the Dead. Vol IV

NOTE: Dunlavin is a village in west Wicklow.

1850

Jackson, Mary Jane

Wicklow

Donoughmore Church of Ireland

This tablet was erected/ by John Jackson Esq. Spynans/ as a token of affection/ to the memory of his Father and Mother/ John Jackson/ who died 6th of December 1848 aged 90 years/ Mary Jane Jackson/ who died 17th September 1850 aged 76 years/ and his daughter Margaret Caroline Jackson/ who died 18th  January 1856 aged 4 1/2 years. Spynans aka Spinians  is at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains.

NOTE: Jacksons of Spynans go back at least as far as 1769 when James JACKSON married Rachel NEEDHAM. A John JACKSON shows in 1863 in Landowners census.

1854

Jackson, Jane

Wicklow

St. Paul’s Bray 360) SEE: IGP trnscriptions.

1/ Jane Jackson - Little Bray aged 58 years -29th March 1854

2/Samuel Jackson of Bray Commons aged 73 years - 27th February 1866.

3/John Jackson -Pembroke Cottage son of 1 & 2 aged 75 years buried 14th October 1905

4/Eleanor Christiana Jackson of Newtown Vervay- aged 80 years daughter of 1 and 2 buried 8th June 1914.

NOTE: Bray is a townland in the Parish of Bray, Barony Rathdown, Co. Wicklow

1856

Jackson, Margaret Caroline

Wicklow

Donoughmore Church of Ireland

This tablet was erected/ by John Jackson Esq. Spynans/ as a token of affection/ to the memory of his Father and Mother/ John Jackson/ who died 6th of December 1848 aged 90 years/ Mary Jane Jackson/ who died 17th September 1850 aged 76 years/ and his daughter Margaret Caroline Jackson/ who died 18th  January 1856 aged 4 1/2 years. NOTE: Spynans aka Spinians  is at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains.

NOTE: Jacksons of Spynans go back at least as far as 1668 when a John JACKSON appears in the Hearth Rolls extracts at Donard. IN 1769 when James JACKSON married Rachel NEEDHAM. A Thomas JACKSON is in St. Michans records in 1784. In Griffiths, Spinans, Parish of Donaghmore, has a John & a James JACKSON. A John JACKSON shows in 1863 in Landowners census.

1868

Jackson, Mary Ellen

Wicklow

Kiltegan, Church of Ireland, St. Peter’s Church

This tablet/ erected by Thomas Jackson/ of Hackettstown and dedicated to commemorate his beloved daughter/ Mary Ellen who died August 9th, 1868/ aged two years and eight months/ also/ 4 other children who died young/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.

1870

Jackson, John

Wicklow

Kiltegan, Church of Ireland, St. Peter’s Church

Table. Sacred to the memory/ of John the beloved husband of Ann/ Jackson of Woodfield who departed this life/ January 1, 1870/ in the 70th year of his age/ also in memory of/ two of their beloved children who died young/ the above Ann Jackson dept this life 12th Septr 1880 aged 70 years.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.

1877

Jackson, John

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

1880

Jackson, Ann

Wicklow

Kiltegan, Church of Ireland, St. Peter’s Church

Table. Sacred to the memory/ of John the beloved husband of Ann/ Jackson of Woodfield who departed this life/ January 1, 1870/ in the 70th year of his age/ also in memory of/ two of their beloved children who died young/ the above Ann Jackson dept this life 12th Septr 1880 aged 70 years.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.

1884

Jackson, Thomas

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

NOTE: A John JACKSON is in Griffiths at Tomacork. Parish of Carew, Co. Wicklow. A Johanna, Joyce & William also show in that Parish.

Under Tomacork deaths: Jackson, Eliza of Coolboy, died 24-2-1848, aged 60

1887

Jackson, Mrs. John

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

 

1890

Jackson, John

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.

NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

 

1899

Jackson, Mary Jane

Wicklow

Carnew Church of Ireland All Saints.

Three Memorial's side by side, from a) right to c) left

A) In loving memory/ of Thomas Jackson/ of Cronyhorn Carnew who died 20th May 1884/ aged 53 years also his sister/ Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick/ widow of James Frederick Esqre./ of 39 Grosvenor Sq., Dublin/ she entered into rest 9 July 1899 Peace Perfect Peace.

b)Erected/ by/ John Jackson of Tomacork in memory/ of his son Joshua Jackson who depd this life/ October 26, 1834 aged (12?)years also his beloved son Rich(ard) Jackson who depd this life July 6th, 18(4?)7 aged 19 years/ also the above named John Jackson/ (who departed) this life March 25th, 1877/ (aged ...) years and also his wife/ ...... (Ja)ckson depd this life ...... (1)887 aged 80 years/ (also his s)on John Jackson/ who depd this life 28th February 1890 aged 63 years.

c) Erected by James Jackson of Carnew/ in memory of his wife Catherine/ Jackson who depd this life the/ 22nd of June 1837 aged 42 years/ prayer.

Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.NOTE: Tomacork is a large townland in the Parish of Carnew, Co. Wicklow

 

1905

Jackson, Richard

Wicklow

Kiltegan, Church of Ireland, St. Peter’s Church

Two headstones side by side, a) right and b) left:

a)      Sacred to the memory of/ William Ellis of Barraderry/ who died on 9th March 1863/ aged 25 years also his grandfather and grandmother Joseph and Anne Jackson.

b)     In loving memory /of/ Richard Jackson/ Barraderry/ who died 3 February 1905/ also his sister/ Ann Jackson. (n.d. for latter)

  Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.

1919

Jackson, John

Wicklow

Kiltegan, Church of Ireland

Killed in France, 1919, serving with “A” Company 4th Battalion New Zealand Rifle Brigade.

Erected by/ John Jackson Crosmacole/ in loving memory of his son/ John/ who was killed in France 29th of March 1918/ whilst serving with a Company fourth Battalion New Zealand Rifle Brigade/ aged 26 years.

  Memorials of the Dead Vol III South East Wicklow.

1957

Jackson, Susan

Wicklow

Baltinglass, St. Mary’s Church

Jackson prayerbook. Presented to/ St. Mary's Church/ Baltinglass/ in memory of Susan Jackson/ Deerpark/ by her devoted children March 1957.

 Memorials of the Dead. Vol IV

 

 

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