Barnamaghery is in two adjacent parishes: Killinchy & Kilmore. TO DO: Check for more STEWART-JACKSON & BLACKWOOD-JACKSON leases.
Also changes in post Griffiths Valuation records.
· JACKSON [Broken in half with top lying on ground]
Erected by John JACKSON of Barnamaghery, Sep 23rd 1806.
Here lieth the remains of his three sons, William, William and Hugh who died
young. Here lieth the body of the said John JACKSON who departed this
life Feb 9 1814 aged 75 years.
· JACKSON Erected by William JACKSON of
Barnamaghery, in memory of his wife Agnes JACKSON who departed this
life Feb 15 1834 aged 47 years.
· 1818 Dec 24 ROD: 737-47-502181. Neal CRAWFORD – James MARTIN Image
27 Both farmers of Barnamaghery – small parcel of land at Barnamaghery
held for natural life of Nicholas Price BLACKWOOD.
· 1828 Apr 22 Will of
James JACKSON of Clontaghnaglar: John JACKSON (son of James Sr.); James DUNNIGAN;
Isabel JACKSON (daughter of John JACKSON); Sarah WIGHTMAN; Samuel JACKSON;
James JACKSON jr. of Clontaghnaglar (son of Samuel); Eliza JACKSON (daughter of Samuel); Martha HARRIS; Mary
JACKSON (widow of Samuel); Robert JACKSON (son of James sr.); Elizabeth
THOMPSON (widow of Robert); Martin JACKSON of Barmaghery. Probate granted to Martin JACKSON and James JACKSON the executors 2 May 1829. NOTE: Martin JACKSON was a co-executor along with James JACKSON the grandson
of James JACKSON. NOTE: Acreage in Hannah’s
land that was mentioned helped to connect him to his John JACKSON.
· 1829 Aug 21 On the 21st inst. JOHN JACKSON of Marnamaghrey,
aged 63 years. He was a member of the Saintfield yeomanry corps upwards of 20
years, and an Orangeman 30. He suffered much injury by the United Irishmen,
who gathered about his house, wanting two guns he had; and when he would not
give them up, they put a rope about his neck, and pulled him up a beam till
he was nearly dead; but he kept his guns through the whole of the rebellion.
His remains were attended to Killinchy graveyard by 17 Lodges of Orange men,
and other loyal people, to the number of 1000, who all behaved peaceably. BNL
Aug 28, 1829, Est DOB 1766. NOTE: I
suspect a transcription or printing error and that Marnamaghrey is
actually Barnamaghery, Parish of Killinchy. The townland of Killinchy
in the Woods is to the north, and the townland of Raffrey is to the south.
· 1835 Mar 26 NOTE: This may or
may not belong here (The Westmeath reference is not a fit). Westmeath. March
26, 1835. On the 12th instant [March 12], by the Rev. Moses BLACK, of
Kilmore, Mr. James WATSON, of Turminin, to Jane, daughter of
Mr. William Jackson, of Burneymaghery.
· 1835 Apr 2 On the 2nd inst. By the Rev. Moses
Black, of Kilmore, Mr. Samuel Gaw of Ballymacreely, to Eliza daughter of
Martin Jackson, of Barrymaghery. BNL Apr 10 1835. NOTE: In the freeholder records, Martin JACKSON of
Barnemaghery leased from Robert Stewart for lives of Frederick,
Hugh KENNEDY & Martin JACKSON
· 1850 Jun 27 June 27, at his late residence, Barnamaghery,
Mr. William Jackson, in his 70th year of his age. BNL 1850 Jul
2. Est DOB 1781 NOTE: It is in Killinchy
Parish. Likely connected to: Anne Jackson late of Barnemaghery County Down
who died 9 December 1888 at same place were granted at Belfast to Gardiner
Jackson of Barnemaghery Farmer the Husband. SEE: Jackson
Probates in Co. Down.
· 1863 Griffiths Valuations. NOTE:
I don’t know why, but Barnamaghery appears in two places in the Griffiths that
is on line. One under the Parish of Killinchy, and one under the Parish of
Kilmore. The first includes no JACKSONs.
o P 61, no JACKSON, but the name of Jane CAMPBELL is of interest.
She may be the mother of Jane CAMPBELL who was
the mother of William JACKSON in 1837.
o P. 62. The main lessor to JACKSONs is the Marquis of
Londonderry aka Frederick William Robert Stewart, 4th Marquess of
Londonderry (son of Charles STEWART and Lady Catherin Bligh). He leased:
§ Jas JACKSON (Copeland) 30a.3r & buildings valued at £3.0.0.
This makes him one of the larger farmers in the townland.
§ Jas. JACKSON (Bank) Land only 6a 3r 35p
§ Jas. JACKSON (Martin). 11a 3r 5p & house valued at £2.0.0
§ Thomas JACKSON’s Land: 25a.3r and his buildings have the
highest valuation of anyone in the townland: £8.0.0. They include houses,
offices, flax mill and land, again from the
Marquis of Londonderry.
§ Robert JACKSON Land 14a and buildings valued at
§ John JACKSON Land 10a.3r. and buildings valued at
Forde CAMPBELLL leases:
§ Jas JACKSON (Bank) – another smaller holding.
Freeholds by JACKSONs
§ James JACKSON small house leased out
§ Jas JACKSON (Martin) small house leased out
§ Thomas JACKSON three buildings leased out.
· 1876 The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Barnemaghery County
Down Farmer deceased who died 31 December 1876 at same place was proved at
Belfast by the oaths of John Coulter of Killinchy Woods (Derryboy) Farmer and
William Campbell senior of Barnemaghery (Saintfield) Bailiff both in same
County the Executors. NOTE: Parish of Kilmore;
son Gardner JACKSON; son Francis JACKSON’ wife is a tenant; daughter Margaret
M’CONNELL; daughter Mary Jane LECKY; daughter Juliana SMYTHE; other 3 sons:
John JACKSON; James JACKSON; Joseph JACKSON. Effects under 300.WITNESSES:
John HAMILTON & Agnes COULTER. Parish of either Kilmore in Barony
of Castlereagh Upper
· 1887 Nov 5 Robert MARTIN – Elizabeth JACKSON 1885-1887 Image
78 BTW Robert MARTIN of Barnamaghery Co. Down Farmer of 1 pt & Elizabeth JACKSON of Barnamaghery Widow of
other pt. Reciting that MARTIN demised to Elizabeth JACKSON parcel of land
18a 2r 10p and also another farm 19a 1r 20p in Barnamaghery in parish of Kilnare [now Parish of Killinchy or Kilmore], Barony
Castlereagh. WITNESS: Frederick William CRAWLEY of Downpatrick, Co. Down,
Solicitor & Albert J.H. COULTER of Downpatrick, Clerk
· 1888 Dec 9 Anne JACKSON late of Barnemaghery County Down who
died 9 December 1888 at same place were granted at Belfast to Gardiner
JACKSON of Barnemaghery Farmer the Husband. SEE: Jackson
Probates in Co. Down.
· 1892 May 7 John JACKSON – John THOMPSON 1890- 1894 Image
305 BTW John JACKSON of Barnamaghery Co. Down farmer of 1 pt & John
THOMPSON of Barnamaghery famer of other pt. Reciting indenture of mtg 2 Dec
1884 btw William MURDOCK of 1 pt & John JACKSON of other pt…. 19a 2r 24p
with house and buildings in townland Barnamaghery Parish of Kilmore Barony
· 1943 Jan 30. London Probate: John
JACKSON. Of Barnemaghery, Crossgar, Co. Down Probate to David GIBSON
accountant, Mary JACKSON, spinster & Samuel Orr JACKSON, merchant.
Effects £438 2s 9d in England. Sealed Liandudno.
· 1952 Feb 20 London Probate: Mary JACKSON Aka Minnie, of
Barnamaghery, Crossgar, Co. Down, spinster. Probate to John DICKSON, farmer
& David GIBSON, accountant. Effects £344 11s 5d in England. NOTE: There was a Minnie JACKSON age 22 (b abt 1879)
in 1901 Census as a daughter of Francis JACKSON.
· 1899 Probate of the Will of James Jackson (Senior) late of
Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 5 August 1899 granted at Belfast to
James Jackson (Junior) William Jackson and William Jackson Farmers. Died age
79 (b 1820). Effects £918 4s. 4d. He mentioned bequests to his children Alice,
Anna Maria, Christina, Samuel, Mary Elizabeth, Agnes, James jr., &
William and to his wife Maria. His executors were William GIBSON,
Presbyterian Minister at Raffery & William JACKSON of Killinchy in the