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I have sorted the material by date.  This is my first stab at documenting who is who. I am hopeful that others will contribute and then we can find homes for all of these JACKSONs.
Sharon Oddie Brown. August 23, 3010
Update March 9, 2017

 

Trinity College, Dublin Jacksons

 

SOURCE: http://www.fermanagh-gold.com/search  - NOTE: This is an incredible resource – all contributed by volunteers - in this case, Vynette SAGE. The notes are mine, aided by the indefatigable Jan Waugh. My stabs at what the Latin might mean:

 

Actuarius = clerk with possible medical connections?

Ardmacan Decanus  = Some kind of Military Officer.

Armiger = Armour bearer

Causidicus = Barrister

Centurio =  Commander of 100 - ie Colonel.

Clericus =  Rev.

Collector Fisci = Tax Collector

Colonus = Farmer

Defunctus = deceased

Dux = Leader

Generosus = Gent. “of noble birth”

Custos Asyli = Watchman of Asylum

Jurisperitus = Lawyer

Ludimagister = Schoolmaster

Mercator = Trader, merchant

Miles = Soldier

Opifex = Artisan

Pistor = Grinder, Miller.

Portitor = Customs Officer

Publicanus = Public Contractor

Pragmaticus = Supplier of Data?

 

Given Name

Date

Age

Father

FATHER's occupation

Birth or Residence

Notes/ My notes

John (or Jacson)

1637-38

16

John

Generosus

Broughtim, Hertforshire

birthday Oct 4

Robert

1640

21

John

eldest son of; Yeoman

Little Eccleston, Lancs.

 I believe he is at the head of a significant family tree based in Co. Down, and including USA President JACKSON.

David

1655

 

Daniel

1669

18

John

Clericus

Staffordshire

Daniel JACKSON (1651-1707), Vicar of Santry. SEE: Santry Tree

Stephen

1679

18

Henry

Berwickshire

 

Peter

1696-97

16

George

Generosus

Antrim

Peter JACKSON(1681-1734) from Steeple, Co. Antrim. George JACKSON (d.1734).

Thomas

1696

20

John

Glanbeg, Waterford

 Parents: John JACKSON & Ann NORTON

John

1698

14

Daniel

Clericus

Co. Dublin

Son of Daniel JACKSON (1651-1707), Vicar of Santry . SEE: Santry Tree

Thomas

1698

18

William

Generosus

Coleraine

Irish Bar 1710 Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751), son of William JACKSON & Susan Beresford. See Coleraine Tree.

William

1699

18

James

Clericus

Sefton, Lancashire

 Note: An Anne JACKSON of Sefton donated a flagon to the parish church. SOURCE: British History.

Daniel

1701

14

Daniel

Clericus

Co. Dublin

Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772).Son of Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1651-1707) Vicar of Santry SEE: Santry Tree

William

1710

16

William

Generosus

Dublin

 

James

1715

17

Samuel

Ludimagister, defunctus

Naas

Naas is in Co. Kildare, and the schoolmaster connection intrigues me. Possible link to JACKSONs of Kildare

Charles

1716

17

John

Generosus

Ormond, Tipperary

 

Robert

1719

19

Robert

Colonus

Ballynick, Armagh

 

Jacob

1726

16

John

Generosus

Co. Kildare

Possible link to JACKSONs of Kildare

William

1726

18

William

Generosus

nr. Ardmagh

 

Daniel

1727

17

John

Clericus

Dublin

Daniel JACKSON (1711-1747), son of Rev. John JACKSON 1688-1751). Grandson of Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1651-1707) Vicar of Santry. SEE: Santry Tree

John

1728

 

George

1728-29

This could be a fit with the George JACKSON (1718-1782) who became a schoolmaster at Urker near Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh

George

1731

17

Armiger

Lismore, Waterford

Parents prob.: George JACKSON of Glenbeg House & Mary WALLIS of Drishane Castle, Cork. George jr. became a Rev. 

William

1731

17

[Prob William]

Doctor Divinitatae

Dublin

 This is not quite a fit, but it is close: Bandon Genealogy :
738 -  William JACKSON, prebendary, rector, and vicar; was also rector of Aghlish, and rector and vicar of Murragh -vacant by FOLEY’s death. He was born in 1713; and entered Trinity College, Dublin, when sixteen years of age.  He was priested in Cork in 1737, for the curacy of Brinny; and the following year he married Mary NASH, of Brinny, to whom he bequeathed his property.  He died in 1767. 

John

1732-33

18

Clericus

Dublin

Archdeacon of Clogher

Richard

1733

16

James

Generosus

Dublin

 Possibly connected to the early JACKSONs of Drogheda.

Gilbert

1733

19

Peter

Pistor

Kilkenny

 

Henry

1734

16

Thomas

Jurisperitus

Co. Derry

 Henry JACKSON (1718-aft 1739). Son of Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) and Margaret BERESFORD. See Coleraine Tree.

Richard

1737

17

Richard

Dux

Ballycastle

This could be  Ballycastle, Parish Grey Abbey, Barony of Ards Lower,Co. Antrim or Ballycastle, Parish Doofeeny, Barony Tirawly, Co. Mayo.

George

1740

18

George

Mercator

Limerick

 

Richard

1744

PC; MP Coleraine See Coleraine Tree. NOTE: I believe he was Richard JACKSON (1729-1789)

Christopher

1746

19

Christopher

Generosus

Yorkshire

 

Peter

1757-58

17

George

Clericus

Lowth

Son of Rev George JACKSON (1711-1782) See 1749 Deed.

James

1775

 

 There was a Trinity student named James JACKSON who died at age 22 in 1776. The Irish Genealogist

William Marcus

1775

14

William

Armiger

Limerick

WiIlliam Marcus JACKSON (?-1822) He held land in the City of Limerick in late 1700s. He married Jane DEVEREAUX (?-1833) in 1780. They had sons George JACKSON & Robert JACKSON. Source: Court Case.

George

1775

19

John

Generosus

Tyrone

 

George

1777

16

George

Generosus

Co. Mayo

Parents George JACKSON & Jane CUFFE of Enniscoe. SEE: Carramore Tree

Oliver

1789

16

George

Generosus, defunctus

Co. Mayo

Parents George JACKSON & Jane CUFFE of Enniscoe. SEE: Carramore Tree

Thomas

1791

18

Charles

Mercator

King's Co.

 

Warren Rowland

1794

13

Edward Rowland

Armiger

India

Cambridge. He was the son of Edward Rowland JACKSON & Phoebe TUTTING. She died in Bengal in 1785. A wil was probated 1797 for Edward Rowland JACKSON)

Joseph Devonsher

1800

17

Strettell

Portitor

Co. Cork

Irish Bar 1806;PC; Judge of Common Pleas (I)

JACKSON, PRIVY-COUNSELLOR. Ireland. Created 1842. Right honourable Joseph Devonshire Jackson, eldest son of the late Strettel Jackson, Esq. of Peterborough, Cork, by his marriage with Miss Mary Cossins. Born 1783; married 1811, the ninth daughter of the late Benjamin Clark, Esq., of Cullins Wood, County Dublin. Educated at Trinity college, Dublin, where he obtained honours during each year was undergraduate course; was also of Trinity College, Cambridge. Was called to the bar in Ireland in 1806; became second sergeant-at-law in 1835; was appointed solicitor general for Ireland in September 1841; Atty. Gen. for Ireland October 1842 and was raised to the bench as a puisne justice in the courts of common pleas in Ireland in November 1842; was elected bencher of Kings Inns, Dublin, in 1835; was chairman of the County of Londonderry, when he became a candidate for Bandon in December 1834, and then resigned the office; represented Bandon in Parliament until 1842, and sat for the University of Dublin for a short time in that year. Residences -- Dublin; Sutton house, Howth.

In Quaker family Tree.

Francis

1807

17

George

Miles

Co. Mayo

Parents: Col George JACKSON & Maria RUTLEDGE. SEE: Carramore JACKSONs

Thomas

1811

17

George

Causidicus, defunctus

Waterford

 

John

1812

18

George

Causidicus, defunctus

Waterford

 

William N.

1814

16

William

Generosus

Cork

 

Robert William

1815

16

Robert

Generosus

Armagh

 

Andrew

1816

17

George

Centurio

Co. Mayo

Parents: Col George JACKSON & Maria RUTLEDGE. SEE: Carramore JACKSONs

Peter Warburton

1822

16

Henry Vincent

Pragmaticus

Co. Dublin

Irish Bar 1832 Henry Vincent JACKSON of Inane, Roscrea, King's Co., wife Sarah WARBURTON. Peter WARBURTON (1809-1887)

John

1824

20

Francis

Centurio

Sligo

Son of Francis JACKSON & Eliza MARTIN (possibly served in French Rebellion of 1798) Carramore Tree

William

1827

18

George

Generosus

Mayo

Dean of Killala; Parents George JACKSON & Sidney VAUGHAN of Fortland.

George Humphrey

1829

16

Oliver

Armiger

Mayo

 Parents: Oliver Cuffe JACKSON & Sarah JONES of Fortland

Thomas Abraham Powell

1830

16

John

Capitainus Militum

Portsmouth

 

William

1831

19

William

Publicanus

Carnarvon

 

James Edward

1832

 

Frederick

1832

16

John

Causidicus

Dublin

 

Thomas

1833

17

James

Mercator

Dublin

 

Charles

1834

18

Thomas Bruce

M.D.

Dublin

 This is Charles Columbine Jackson.

Christopher

1834

18

James

Generosus

Greenall, Lancs.

 

John

1837

22

Robert

Defunctus

Co. Tipperary

 

Louis

1839

15

Henry

Militaris

Woolwich

 

John

1839

17

George

Militaris

Co. Tipperary

 

Arthur

1840

18

Thomas

Custos Asyli

Dublin

 

William Oliver

1840

18

John

Collector Fisci

Co. Mayo

Archdeacon of Killala; son of John JACKSON, customs collector at Port of Ballina.

James Edward

1842

18

James Edward

Ardmacan.Decanus,defunct.

Co. Louth

 James Edward JACKSON (1825-1907)

Henry Whitworth

1843

19

George

Clericus

Prince Edward's Island

 

John

1844

18

Thomas

Opifex

England

 

George

1845

16

Andrew

Clericus, defuncuts

Co. Mayo

Parents: Andrew JACKSON & Mary Louisa STOCK of Enniscoe.

John

1846

16

James

Actuarius

Co. Dublin

 

 

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