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This is a second group of Quaker JACKSONs who lived in the early 1700s in the vicinity of Kings Co. and Co. Kildare. They emigrated to America and intermarried with another Quaker family from the same region. It is likely that this line of JACKSONs is also related to JACKSONs who are included in a family tree of Jacksons of Ballygibbon.
Sharon Oddie Brown. April 3, 2012
NOTE: It is interesting that John JACKSON is b. 1703 in Kings Co., and has a son named George JACKSON about whom we know nothing at present. At the same time, in the Jackson of Ballyboy Tree, there is a George JACKSON b 1727 who has an unnamed father. This is a tantalizing coincidence that deserves further scrutiny. May 13, 2013.
Update: I just noticed that the parish of Ardkill where Thomas JACKSON was born (1710) is on the western border of the parish of Timahoe where Mary JACKSON was born (1708). This is of interest because the following deeds are likely linked (also note the frequency of the mention of MILLER - a Mary MILLER, daughter of James MILLER married Isaac JACKSON (?-1740) in 1730 - this is a Quaker family that emigrated to America):

Deed: 13-52-4918 1709 Jan 7 Between Hon Richard Lord BELLEW Baron of Dunleek of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Dryhett, Barony of Carberry, Co. Kildare, farmer of other part .. set to JACKSON 107A in Dryhett ... lives of Thomas JACKSON, John WEILY, James MILLER the younger of Tymaco all of Co. Kildare. WITNESS: Henry DOWDALL of City of Dublin, Thomas FORTESQUE & John MULHOLLAN of same, Gent. 16 Mar 1713.NOTE: Dryhett is the townland now known as Drehid, Parish of Ardkill, Barony of Carbury. It is near the townland of Ballygibbon where JACKSONs also held leases.

Deed: 33-424-20772 1722, May 30 Alexander WYLY of Gilltown, Co. Kildare farmer of the first part & Samuel MICKLE of Timahoe in Co. Kildare farmer of the second part & Robert WYLY of the same place of the third part, James MILLER of the same place of the fourth part, Samuel MILLER of the same place of the fifth part, John MILLHOUSE of the same place farmer of the sixth part, Thomas JACKSON [Parish of Timahoe, Barony of Clane,Co. Kildare] of the same place farmer of the seventh part reaching a lease dated on or about the 23rd  day of June 1704 from Robert CURTIS Gent to Theobald ROURKE Esq. & Richard AYLMER Gent. Of all the towns and lands of Timahoe and Gilltown aforesaid and situate in the County of Kildare for 51 years .... at the yearly rent of [pounds] 264.5.7 ... John MACKEY hath assigned all his right and interest in the said lands and premises unto the said Thomas JACKSON ... in the presence of Richard ROGERS of Belgin near Drogheda, Gent. Lawrence FITZGERALD of Wingate in Co. Kildare & Richard AYLMER of Ballenfagh, Co. Kildare & by said Thomas JACKSON in presence of Dennis HANLON[?] of Gilltown, County Kildare.

 

Descendants of Nicholas Jackson

 

 1  Nicholas Jackson  d: in of Seathwaite, Lancashire, England

........ 2  Thomas Jackson b: in Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England

............ +Ann Man  

................... 3  John Jackson b: 17 Sep 1703 in Ballinolarbin, King's Co

....................... +Unnamed  

............................. 4  George Jackson  

............................. 4  Sarah Jackson  

............................. 4  Dinah Jackson  

................................. +William Reynolds  d: in of North Carolina

................... 3  Judith Jackson b: 27 Dec 1705

....................... +Daniel Every  

................... 3  Mary Jackson b: 08 Dec 1708 in Timahoe, Barony of Clane, Co. Kildare d: 21 Feb 1784

....................... +Jacob Wright b: in of East Marlborough m: 08 Feb 1741 d: 01 Sep 1786 in Londongrove

................... 3  Thomas Jackson b: 10 Jun 1710 in Drehid, Parish of Arkill, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare

....................... +Lydia Smith  

................... 3  Ann Jackson b: 15 Aug 1712 in Drehid, Parish of Arkill, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare d: 11 Mar 1713

................... 3  Ann Jackson b: 05 Jul 1714 in New Garden d: 28 Jul 1757

................... 3  Jonathon Jackson b: 16 Dec 1717 in New Garden

....................... +Mary Hayes  

................... 3  Elizabeth Jackson b: 28 Oct 1728     

 

 

Descendants of Nicholas Jackson

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  NICHOLAS1 JACKSON1 died in of Seathwaite, Lancashire, England.

     

Child of NICHOLAS JACKSON is:

2.           i.   THOMAS2 JACKSON, b. Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  THOMAS2 JACKSON (NICHOLAS1)2 was born in Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England.  He married ANN MAN, daughter of FRANCIS MAN and JUDITH UNNAMED. 

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and ANN MAN are:

3.           i.   JOHN3 JACKSON, b. 17 Sep 1703, Ballinolarbin, King's Co.

             ii.   JUDITH JACKSON3, b. 27 Dec 1705; m. DANIEL EVERY4.

           iii.   MARY JACKSON5,6, b. 08 Dec 1708, Timahoe, Barony of Clane, Co. Kildare; d. 21 Feb 1784; m. JACOB WRIGHT7, 08 Feb 1741; b. of East Marlborough; d. 01 Sep 1786, Londongrove.

            iv.   THOMAS JACKSON8,9, b. 10 Jun 1710, Drehid, Parish of Arkill, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare; m. LYDIA SMITH.

             v.   ANN JACKSON, b. 15 Aug 1712, Drehid, Parish of Arkill, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare; d. 11 Mar 1713.

            vi.   ANN JACKSON, b. 05 Jul 1714, New Garden; d. 28 Jul 1757.

           vii.   JONATHON JACKSON10, b. 16 Dec 1717, New Garden; m. MARY HAYES.

         viii.   ELIZABETH JACKSON11, b. 28 Oct 1728.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  JOHN3 JACKSON (THOMAS2, NICHOLAS1)12 was born 17 Sep 1703 in Ballinolarbin, King's Co.  He married UNNAMED. 

     

Children of JOHN JACKSON and UNNAMED are:

              i.   GEORGE4 JACKSON.

             ii.   SARAH JACKSON.

           iii.   DINAH JACKSON12, m. WILLIAM REYNOLDS12; d. of North Carolina.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, 285.

2.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, 285, Thomas born in that place and who removed thence to Ireland, where he married Ann Man daughter of Francis and Judith born at Mountmellick,Queen's County.......  Thomas & Ann Jackson had eight children, six of whom were born in Ireland, and the names and dates of their birth recorded in the minutes of Mountmellick Monthly Meeting of Friends.   They removed with their family to America in 1713 sailing from Dublin on the 25th of the First month, and soon after their arrival settled within the limits of New Garden meeting   *Some of their children intermarried with descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson as foregoing records will show. .

3.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, 285, JUDITH, born 12mo. 27, 1705; married Daniel Every. No children. .

4.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson.

5.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, MARY, born 12mo. 8, 1708, at Timahoe , County of Kildare; married Jacob Wright, of E. Marlborough, son of Jacob (deceased), 2mo. 8, 1741, at Londongrove. Jacob died 9mo. 1, 1786.  Mary died 2mo. 21, 1784. No children.   .

6.  Misc, Deed 33-424-20772 dated 1722 May 30th is interesting because of the mention of lands in Timahoe, being granted to a Thomas JACKSON.

7.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson.

8.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, 286, THOMAS born 6mo. 10, 1710, at Drechet, King's County married Lydia, daughter of John Smith, of Marlborough, 3mo. 17, 1738.   They had four children; viz:   Ann, Caleb, Mary and Joshua.   Ann born 12mo. 19, 1738; married Mordecai Cloud, E. Marlborough, 10 mo. 13, 1757.  Caleb born 7mo. 2, 1740; married Hannah, daughter of Joseph Bennett, Wilmington, 10mo. 3, 1765. Mary born 8mo. 27, 1742; married William Windle, son of Francis and Mary, of E. Marlborough, 11mo. 25, 1761, at New Garden.   They had fifteen children. John perhaps died young.   .

9.  Misc, The Quaker records said that he was a Thomas Jackson born in 1710 at Drechet, Kings Co. So far, so good, but I could not find Drechet for love nor money. A chance encounter with a fellow researcher “Betty” pointed out that another record gave his birthplace as Dreighet, Co. Kildare. http://www.familyorigins.com/users/l/e/v/Gail-Ann-Levis/FAMO1-0001/d242.htm#P790 Well, now we were somewhere. A quick dig around led me to Drehid, Parish of Arkill, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare. This would make sense. This is in the north-easterly part of Co. Kildare. A quick peek at the ordinance survey maps, and Bobs your uncle. This barony is on the border of Kings Co., and there are tons of Jacksons in the surrounding parishes on both sides of the border.

10.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, 286, JONATHAN, born 12mo. 16, 1717, at New Garden; married Mary Hayes, 10mo. 3, 1743.   Their children were, Mary, Thomas, Sarah, Ann, Elizabeth and Ruth.   Mary born 7mo. 21, 1745; married Elisha Sidwell, of E. Nottingham, son of Richard and Ann, 5mo. 11, 1791. Richard died (???). Ann died 8mo. 24, 1757. Mary died 10mo. 31, 1804.   ----  Thomas born 12mo. 24, 1747; married Sarah Taggart, of E. Marlborough, daughter of Jacob and Ann, 4mo. 15, 1772, at Londongrove. No children. T  homas married (2nd) Mary, daughter of Samuel Hayes.   -----  They had thirteen children, as follow:   Obed,1 born 3mo. 26, 1788; died 7mo. 30, 1868.   His oldest son, Daniel, died 8mo. 13, 1870.   Thomas2 born 7mo. 29, 1789.   Levi3 born 12mo. 3, 1790.   Jonathan4 born 7mo. 25, 1792; died 4mo 28, 1871.   Caleb5 born 11mo. 23, 1793.   Joshua6 born 11mo. 23, 1795.   Hayes7 born 7mo. 25, 1797.   Dinah8 born 3mo. 21, 1799.  Nathan9 born 12mo. 27, 1800.  Mary10 born 11mo. 23, 1802.   Sarah11 born 1mo. 3, 1804.   Ruth12 born 3mo. 5, 1807; died 4mo. --, 1860.   Job H.13 born 2mo. 27, 1810; married Ann, daughter of Jesse & Ann Pennington Conard, 2mo.15,1843.   ----  They have one son, Milton, who married Carrie Swayne, daughter of Henry and Ann (Parry) Swayne, 9mo. 11, 1867.   Their children,   Edward Schuyler, born 1mo. 31, 1869;   Mary S. born 2mo. 18, 1873. Job H. resides at West Grove, Chester Co.   Sarah born 5mo. 26, 1749; married Isaac Jackson, of New Garden, (widower) at Londongrove meeting, 2mo. 16, 1786. No issue.   .

11.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson, ELIZABETH born 10mo. 28,1720; married Henry Chalfant, son of John, of W. Marlborough, 8mo. 15, 1740, at Londongrove.   They had nine children, viz:   Jonathan born 4mo. 8, 1743; married Ann Barnard, 12mo. 24, 1777.   Thomas born 11mo. 20, 1745-6; married Phebe Hayes, daughter of David and Ann, 4mo. 5, 1775, at Londongrove.   Henry born 5mo. 1, 1748; married Susanna Swayne (widow) 5mo. 17, 1775, at Londongrove. Ann born 12mo. 12, 1750-1.   Elizabeth born 2mo. 2, 1754; married Joseph Dickenson, of Sadsbury, 4mo, 16, 1777. Jacob born 1mo. 11, 1758.  Mary born 8mo. 8, 1760. Abner born 11mo. 16, 1762. Caleb born 2mo. 7, 1766.   .

12.  Halliday Jackson, Proceedings of the SesquiCentennial Gathering of the Descendants of Isaac & Ann Jackson.

 

 

 

 

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