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The JACKSONs who were tanners in the late 1600s, are likely related to JACKSONs of Athy, Co. Kildare, and are also likely to be Quakers, or at very least, closely aligned with them through either marriages or business enterprises. See also: An Outline Tree of Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff.
Sharon Oddie Brown. October 1, 2013

DETAILED TREE of Robert JACKSON, tanner of Crooked Staff, Dublin

 

Regrettably, this is not the most elegant format for a family tree, but readers will have to await my next learning curve before I am able to improve on it.

1. Robert Jackson died in 1711.

Noted events in his life were:

·  He signed a will. Deed: 7-464-2897 Robert JACKSON 1711 Feb 23

A Memorial of the last will and testament of Robert JACKSON late of Crooked Staff in the Libery of Donore and County of Dublin Tanner deceased bearing date the Twenty-third day of February 1711, whereby the said Robert JACKSON (inter alia) did devise unto his beloved wife Joyce JACKSON the front tenement in Crooked Staff sett to several tenants being part of the holding he therein after Bequeathed to his son Robert JACKSON [eldest son] for his use "for ever of his Dwelling House, Tan Yard, Tan House, Bark House, Mill and other Buildings and Improvements made thereon Excepting the passage or Gateway backward from Chambre Street which he did will and declare to be part of the Holding bequeathed to his son William JACKSON..." sons John JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON son-in-law Jeremiah VICKERS. Witness Abraham SPENCE, Dublin City Brewer David CARTON Dublin City Clothier John BLAND servant of Joseph MARRIOT, Gent of Dublin.

·  Deed: 3-478-1277 1710 June 6 DODDRIDGE-JACKSON

Assignment .Reciting an earlier deed of October 3, 1698

William BARRY, Scrivener of Dublin City Witness. John BROOKES, deceased tanner; Thomas BROOKES, deceased, tanner; Jonathon DODDRIDGE, brewer & Mrs, Mary DODDRIDGE, ors BROOKES, administratrix of said Thomas Brookes, of 1st part; Robert JACKSON, tanner of Thomas Court, Donore, Dublin City of 2nd part.messuage on other side of river at Crooked Staff, Donore, Dublin The assignment is on the back of a Mortgage dated 30 June 1708

Richard MARPLES also described as a Notary Public. WITNESS: Jeremiah VICARS, Tanner.

Robert married Joyce Shaw ] in 1680. They had four children: Robert, William, Thomas and Joyce.

2. Robert Jackson was born about 1681 and died after 1725.

Noted events in his life were: •

Deed: 51-205-3338443-421-28800

May 7, 1825

NOTE: This is the first connection of the JACKSONs of Crooked Staff to Athy.

Indenture May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly, Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy from Robert JACKSON to Josiah JACKSON for 22 years. NOTE: For more information about Josiah JACKSON, see Genealogical Notes of the ROSE Family of America and Ireland.

2. William Jackson was born about 1682 and died before 24 Sep 1772 in Mill Street, County Dublin, Dublin.

Noted events in his life were:

·  Deed: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1777Jun30JACKSON.html

Book 314, pg. 265, #213328

William Jackson 24 Sept 1772 exhibited his Will in said Court of the Exchequer...late of Mill Street, County Dublin, Tanner deceased

Deed 93-560-66911

1739 June 6

Marriage Art: btw William JACKSON of Kilmainham in Co of Dublin Tanner of 1 pt Ralph CARD of the City of Dublin Esq. & John LOWTON of the same city clothier of the other part. Whereas a marriage btw Wm JACKSON & Ann HUNT dau to John HUNT late of the City of Dublin, clothier dec'd 200 pounds to be paid to Wm JACKSON as a marriage portion

·  Deed: 11-52-3966

June 6, 1713

Between John BELLEW of Castleballin, Co. Galway of 1st part & William JACKSON of Killmainhorn, Co. Dublin, Tanner ... lands known as Farley's holdings in town of Killmainham.

·  Deed: 14-465-66603

July 14, 1715

Deed of Assignment made by Bernard BROWNE of City of Dublin Esq. & Nathaniel TUMBALE of the same city, clothier of house & Tenement late in possession of Thos PARENCE, south side of Cork St in Liberty of. Thomas Court & Donore which had been held for lives of sd Bernard BROWNE, Isaac ROBERTSON, of Roger ROBERTS of Thomas Court Inn holder & Philip MARTIN of Plimlicoe, merchant... The said Nathaniel TUMBALE did in consideration of 50 pounds sterling pd by William JACKSON of Thomas COURT and Donore in Co. Dublin, Gent assign the premises to Wm JACKSON. Witnessed John BOOKER, City of Dublin, Looking Glass maker; Jeremiah VICKERS of the same City, Tanner; and William BARRY of the same, scrivener.

William married Anne Hunt [10912] [MRIN: 4021], daughter of John Hunt [10913] and Jane [10927], in 1739. Anne was born before 1717 and died after 1787. They had two children: Elizabeth and Anne.

Noted events in her life were:

·  Deed: 1770 June 30: Book 314, pg. 265, #213328

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1777Jun30JACKSON.html

Anne JACKSON, widow of William JACKSON made over lands of Raheny in this agreement. In deed 321-437-217181, she is living at Chambers Street. Her husband had left her £1,500.

1785 Nov 25 Book 374, page 275, #249017

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1785Nov25JACKSON.html

Anne JACKSON of Summer Street, City and County of Dublin, Widow, Sister and Administrator of

the goods and Chattle of William Hunt of Chamber Street [aka Chambre St.], County Dublin, Clothier deceased

NOTE: She is most likely not the Anne JACKSON in deed 330-175-221120 , who married a Thomas NORRIS, a tanner in 1777.

Deed: 93-560-66911. Marriage Art: btw William JACKSON of Kilmainham in Co of Dublin Tanner of 1 pt Ralph CARD of the City of Dublin Esq. & John LOWTON of the same city clothier of the other part. Whereas a marriage btw Wm JACKSON & Ann HUNT dau to John HUNT late of the City of Dublin, clothier dec'd 200 pounds to be paid to Wm JACKSON as a marriage portion

·  Deed: 321-437-217181

Dec 17 1778

Btw William [KEWNT?] Clothier & Anne JACKSON widow both of Chambers St, Co of Dublin exors of last will & test of William JACKSON late of Mill St. in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin, tanner dec'd of the one part... William JACKSON bequeathed by his will 1500 pounds to Ann JACKSON

·  Deed: 392-279-25894

Oct 20, 1787

JACKSON-DIXON Names Index 1786-1794

Ann JACKSON of Dublin widow of 1 pt & James DIXON of Kilmainham of City of Dublin Tanner of other pt... land and tenement on Kings High Road... parcel of ground in town of Kilmainham, DUB - 76' 3" in front & 179' 4" backwards to river, upon which James DIXON recently built a dwelling house, bounded on south & east by Kings High Road, on west by house in possess of John BROPHY and on north by River Cammog, in possess of James DIXON, from Richard JACKSON to William CODD from 1 May then past for 90 years, rent and covenants as mentioned.WITNESSES William BOLGER (?) Gent and Robert AL___., leather seller.. Elizabeth Jackson [10915].

Elizabeth married Joseph Hone [10916] [MRIN: 4023], son of Joseph Hone [10926] and Unknown, on 28 Jul 1768 in St. Luke's, Dublin, Ireland. Joseph was born in 1747 and died in 1803 aged 56. They had three children: Joseph, John and William.

Joseph Hone [10919] was born in 1775 and died in 1857 aged 82.

Noted events in his life were:

·  Misc: Family Tree:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=apduncan&id=I117 Horace Hone (1756-1825)

Miniature Portrait of Joseph Hone in military uniform (1775-1857), 1797

Watercolour on ivory, oval, 7.5 x 6.2 cm (3 x 2.5")

framed in a gold oval locket, the reverse is decorated with interwoven locks of the sitter's hair inscribed on labels: 'Joseph Hone great grandfather of Elsie' and 'Joseph Hone 1775­ 1857 m. Mary Crosthwait, his son Nathaniel built Doulaghs [sic]. His daughter Ann married Brindley Hone (1796-1862) and their son was Nathaniel Hone RHA

Signed and dated 'HH (monogram) 1797'

Provenance: by descent in the Hone family, private collection

Joseph Hone was a merchant of Mountjoy Square and 47 Harcourt Street and Rockfield, County Dublin was J.P. for the City of Dublin, County Tipperary and King's County. He married Elinor Maxwell the daughter of Richard Maxwell, a merchant of Pill Lane. She bore him two sons and two daughters. On the death of his first wife he married Mary Crosthwaite the daughter of Leland Crosthwaite of Dollymount, Clontarf, who was the Governor of the Bank of Ireland from 1808-10. They had five sons and four daughters. Their eldest son (also Joseph) lived at 1 Fitzwilliam Square and at Saint Doulough's Park, Raheny.

During the 1780s, the size of the ivory support gradually increased allowing for a larger portrait to be painted. This portrait of Joseph Hone exemplifies Horace Hone's mature individual watercolour on ivory style which is painted with characteristic curving parallel linear brush strokes. The shading of the face is done using minute blue parallel lines. Washes of colour are applied thinly in the areas of the face and background. The washes of colour and lightly applied brush strokes allow more ivory to show through which gives the surface luminosity and fully exploits the watercolour on ivory technique.

The details of the uniform are highlighted in gouache.

Source: http://www.jamesadam.ie/BidCat/Catalogues.asp?F1=3072&F2=4169&F4=0 &select=3071&status=A

Joseph married Elinor Maxwell [10920] [MRIN: 4025], daughter of Richard Maxwell [10921] and Unknown,.

Joseph next married Mary Crossthwaite [10922] [MRIN: 4027], daughter of Leland Crossthwait [10944] and Unknown,.

Noted events in her life were:

· Marriage: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi? op=GET&db=apduncan&id=I117 On the death of his first wife he married Mary Crosthwaite the daughter of Leland Crosthwaite of Dollymount, Clontarf, who was the Governor of the Bank of Ireland from 1808-10. They had five sons and four daughters. Their eldest son (also Joseph) lived at 1 Fitzwilliam Square and at Saint Doulough's Park, Raheny.

John Hone [10936] was born in 1776, died in 1836 in North Great Georges, St., Dublin aged 60, and was buried in 1836 in Parish of Crumlin, Dublin.

John married Anne Crossthwait [10943] [MRIN: 4036], daughter of Leland Crossthwait [10944] and Unknown,.

William Hone [10937] was born in 1782 and died in 1859 aged 77.

Noted events in his life were:

·  Misc: They had 5 sons and 6 daughters.

William married Lucy Crossthwait [10938] [MRIN: 4035], daughter of Leland Crossthwait [10944] and Unknown,. Lucy died in 1859. They had six children: Joseph, Leland, Nathaniel, Thomas, William and Mary.

Joseph Hone [10942] was born in 1804 and died in 1865 of Lower Leeson St., Dublin aged 61.

Leland Hone [10945] was born in 1806. Nathaniel Hone [10940] was born in 1810.

Thomas Hone [10941] was born in 1817 and died in 1875 aged 58.Noted events in his life were:He was employed. Stockbroker

William Hone [10939] was born in 1827 and died in 1853 aged 26.

Mary Hone [10946] died on 15 Mar 1866 in Annadale, Dublin, Ireland. Noted events in her life were:She died. Her will was probated. She died a spinster. Effects under 10,000.

Anne Jackson [10917].

Anne married Nathaniel Hone [10918] [MRIN: 4024] on 6 May 1779 in St Catherines Church, Dublin, Ireland.

2. Thomas Jackson b. 1682

2. Joyce Jackson married Jeremiah Vicars ]. Jeremiah died after 1755.

Noted events in his life were:

·  Deed: 58-519-40351

Sept 23 1728

NOTE: I suspect a familial link to the William JACKSON, the earliest known minister of Clonmel.

Rev. William JACKSON of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary to Jeremiah VICARS, Co. Dublin, Tanner. Crooked Staff in Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin where Robert JACKSON lived. NOTE: One of the daughters of Robert JACKSON married Jeremiah VICARS.

·  Deed: 174-544-117420

May 13 1755

NOTE: I suspect a familial link between VICARS and Micajah JACKSON. Lease btw Micajah JACKSON of City of Corke Merchant of 1 pt & Jeremiah VICARS of Co Dublin Tanner of other part. Micajah devised tenement where VICARS dwelt at Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin for term of 99 years.

 

 

 

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