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This line of JACKSONs begins abt 1500 in Derbyshire, England. I have bolded some of the names in the family tree to help other follow their connections to other lines of JACKSONs.NOTE: As of Oct 10, 2015, this tree has been merged into my larger Rootsweb Tree. Future updates will be there..

  • In abt 1600, Thomas JACKSON, a pewterer in London was born.
  • In 1604, Rev. John JACKSON was born. His family continued on where he had settled at Twyford, Berkshire.
  • Rev John JACKSON's grandson was Samuel JACKSON, a merchant who died in Philidelphia.
  • One of Rev John JACKSON's sons was the Rev Daniel JACKSON of Santry, Dublin, Ireland, whose descendants continued on in Ireland.

Sharon Oddie Brown. December 2, 2011
Updated July 9, 2012 Anne ROBINSON added
NOTE: I have also posted an outline report. As I learn more from readers, I will update both the outline tree which is beneath as well as the report that includes sources.
NOTE: This tree would have been impossible without all the research included in Clan Jackson. The material on this site was compiled by Martin Jackson, and incorporates a great deal of research done by Raymond Irving Jackson. As always in this kind of work, we stand on the shoulders of others.
NOTE: I have added another daughter named Anne for Anne CASTLETON, the wife of Rev. John JACKSON (1688-1751). The second deed that I have cited is a little confusing, so I may need to review it to see if my notes are accurate:
Deed: 142-122-94882 Feb 24, 1749
Will of Anne ROBINSON nee JACKSON, of Dublin, widow. Her brother John JACKSON, Clerk. Her cousins, Rev. Daniel JACKSON, clerk, and James GRATTAN, Esq., trustees. Her sisters Jane and Frances JACKSON. Sums due to Francis EVANS, attorney. Her portion of the estate of Drumloren and Markhill, and all other the estate whereof she was seized or otherwise entitled to in Co. Cavan.. Witnesses: Catherine GUNNING, Dublin, spinster; Robert ROBINSON, Dublin, Esq.; Francis EVANS, Dublin, Gent. Memorial witnessed by Francis EVANS, Peter SHEE, Dublin Merchant. John JACKSON, seal.
Deed: 200-305-133289
In consideration of 5s & intended marriage of Jane JACKSON, intended bride and eldest daughter of Ann ROBINSON & Rev. George PHILIPS, Vicar of Rathcoole, and intended groom and with consent of George PHILIPS, Jane JACKSON unto Daniel JACKSON Rev. Clke of Tullamore, trustee & Francis EVANS, Esq of Dublin City, trustee of her 1/2 undivided part of Markhell orse Marahill [NOTE: There are three townlands named Marahill – parishes: Kilmore, Enniskeen, and Balintemple]+ Domlloman orse Drumlomman [aka Drumloman, parish of Crosserlough] in Co Cavan, plus her entitlement under will of Ann ROBINSON deceased of Dublin City on death of John JACKSON late of Clonsagh, Dublin deceased without male issue, to hold upon several trusts. WITNESSES: Frances JACKSON, spinster of Dublin City & Hugh NEIL, Gent of Dublin
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New info on husband for Margaret b: 03 Mar 1546 d: Jun 1563 in of Broughton, Derbyshire, England:

FELTHAM pedigree (thanks to Jan Waugh for spotting this)
1612 Visitation of Suffolk
http://www.archive.org/stream/visitationsofsuf00harvuoft#page/137/mode/1up
Feltham of Mutford pedigree
1 John Feltham of Halesworth in Suff., Gent.,
+ ( ) dau of ( ) Smythe of Halesworth, Gent.
     2 Thomas Feltham of Halesworth, son and heir of John
     + Margaret, the dau of Robert Jackson of Derbysh.
            3 Thomas
            3 John
            3 Owyn
            3 Frances
            3 Elizabeth
            3 Tabethe
            3 Philip
            3 Prudence

 

 

Descendants of William Jackson

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  WILLIAM1 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born Abt. 1500, and died 15 Dec 1549 in of Sapperton, Derbyshire, England.  He married ELIZABETH UNKNOWN (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of WILLIAM JACKSON and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are:

2.               i.    WILLIAM2 JACKSON, b. 1518.

3.              ii.    HENRY JACKSON, b. 1525; d. Oct 1591, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

4.             iii.    ROBERT JACKSON, b. 1526.

                iv.    RICHARD JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 1528; d. 1576.

                 v.    UMFREY JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 1540; d. 07 Jan 1597.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  WILLIAM2 JACKSON (WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 1518.  He married ISABELL UNNAMED (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 27 Jan 1552 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire (Source: Clan Jackson website, Boyd's Marriage Index.). 

       

Children of WILLIAM JACKSON and ISABELL UNNAMED are:

                  i.    ELIZABETH3 JACKSON, b. Nov 1538.

                 ii.    ISABEL JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, NOTE: I suspect there may be something off - since a sister is noted 6 months later.), b. 26 Jan 1540.

                iii.    ALICE JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, NOTE: I suspect there may be something off - since a sister is noted 6 months earlier.), b. 22 Jul 1540.

                iv.    AGNES JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 25 Apr 1544.

 

 

3.  HENRY2 JACKSON (WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 1525, and died Oct 1591 in of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.  He married MARGARET BULLYVANT (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of HENRY JACKSON and MARGARET BULLYVANT are:

                  i.    CICELY3 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 16 Jan 1548, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                 ii.    RICHARD JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Richard Jackson was married to Elizabeth (unknown) say 1570.  Baptised on Thursday, 15 September 1549 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.), b. 15 Sep 1549, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England; m. ELIZABETH UNKNOWN (Source: Clan Jackson website.).

 

 

4.  ROBERT2 JACKSON (WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Robert died in 1617.1 He was buried at St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire, in 1617.   Robert Jackson wrote his Will on 20 October 1625 in Church Broughton, Derbyshire.) was born 1526.  He married JOONE SANTE (Source: Clan Jackson website, Robert Jackson was married to Joone Sante on Saturday, 26 June 1610 at St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire. Transcribed from Boyd's Marriage Index.) 26 Jun 1610 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.. 

       

Children of ROBERT JACKSON and JOONE SANTE are (NOTE: This is from Clan Jackson web site, but the 1610 marriage date must be incorrect).:

                  i.    MARGARET3 JACKSON, b. 03 Mar 1546; d. Jun 1563, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

5.              ii.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 27 Jun 1547; d. May 1611, of Sapperton, Derbyshire, England.

6.             iii.    ROBERT JACKSON, b. Abt. 1549; d. 02 Oct 1625, Sapperton, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.

                iv.    ALICE JACKSON, b. 1550; d. 15 Jun 1563.

                 v.    ANNE JACKSON, b. 27 Jun 1560.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

5.  WILLIAM3 JACKSON (ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) was born 27 Jun 1547, and died May 1611 in of Sapperton, Derbyshire, England.  He married ANGNIS BULLYVANT

       

Children of WILLIAM JACKSON and ANGNIS BULLYVANT are:

                  i.    JOHN4 JACKSON, b. 09 Jan 1591, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                 ii.    ROBERT JACKSON, b. 11 Feb 1593, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                iii.    JANE JACKSON, b. 21 Aug 1595, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England; d. May 1608, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                iv.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 16 May 1600, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                 v.    JOHN JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 13 Mar 1603, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                vi.    MARY JACKSON, b. 30 Jan 1606, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

7.            vii.    THOMAS JACKSON, b. 1611, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

6.  ROBERT3 JACKSON (ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Robert died on Thursday, 2 October 1625 in Sapperton, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.1 He was buried at Church Broughton, Derbyshire, on Thursday, 2 October 1625.  NOTE: I am unsure how this fits with:   Robert Jackson wrote his Will on 20 October 1625 in Church Broughton, Derbyshire.) was born Abt. 1549, and died 02 Oct 1625 in Sapperton, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.  He married (1) UNNAMED (Source: Clan Jackson website.).    He married (2) MARY SMITH 02 Nov 1590 in Rocester, Staffordshire. 

       

Child of ROBERT JACKSON and UNNAMED is:

                  i.    FRANCIS4 JACKSON, b. 21 Nov 1609.

 

       

Children of ROBERT JACKSON and MARY SMITH are:

8.              ii.    RICHARD4 JACKSON, b. 05 Apr 1591, Ch. Broughton, Derbyshire.

9.             iii.    GEORGE JACKSON, b. 22 Feb 1594, Ch. Broughton, Derbyshire; d. 09 Feb 1653.

10.           iv.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 09 Apr 1595.

11.            v.    ANNE JACKSON, b. 21 Jan 1598.

12.           vi.    THOMAS JACKSON, b. 29 Nov 1600; d. Sep 1680.

13.          vii.    REV. JOHN JACKSON, b. 04 Aug 1604; d. 05 Jan 1691, Twyford, Berkshire.

              viii.    MARY JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 25 Mar 1608, Church Broughton, Derbyshire; d. 25 Mar 1608, Church Broughton, Derbyshire (Source: Clan Jackson website.).

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

7.  THOMAS4 JACKSON (WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Baptised 31 July 1611.) was born 1611 in of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.  He married JANE BENNIT (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and JANE BENNIT are:

                  i.    HENRY5 JACKSON, b. 1638, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                 ii.    JAMES JACKSON, b. 1640, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                iii.    MABEL JACKSON, b. 1640, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                iv.    ANNE JACKSON, b. 1643, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

14.            v.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 1645, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

8.  RICHARD4 JACKSON (ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) was born 05 Apr 1591 in Ch. Broughton, Derbyshire.  He married UNNAMED

       

Child of RICHARD JACKSON and UNNAMED is:

                  i.    THOMAS5 JACKSON (Source: Will of Thomas JACKSON Pewterer, He is mentioned as the son of the eldest brother, which would be his father, Richard.).

 

 

9.  GEORGE4 JACKSON (ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Circa 1645 'in Capt. Astley's Regiment in Royalist Army, captured at Battle of Naseby  .) was born 22 Feb 1594 in Ch. Broughton, Derbyshire, and died 09 Feb 1653.  He married ELIZABETH WORDY (Source: Clan Jackson website.) Abt. 1622. 

       

Children of GEORGE JACKSON and ELIZABETH WORDY are:

                  i.    ROBERT5 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Baptised on Thursday, 5 October 1623 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.), b. 05 Oct 1623.

                 ii.    GEORGE JACKSON, b. 19 Jul 1627.

                iii.    ANN JACKSON, b. 28 Oct 1632.

 

 

10.  WILLIAM4 JACKSON (ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, On 14 June 1645 'in Captain Glenham's Regiment, Royalist Army, captured at Battle of Naseby.) was born 09 Apr 1595.  He married ELEANOR SMITH (Source: Clan Jackson website.) Abt. 1625. 

       

Children of WILLIAM JACKSON and ELEANOR SMITH are:

                  i.    MOSES5 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 1630; m. ANN BRADSHAW, 08 Feb 1700, Mayfield, Staffordshire..

                 ii.    JOHN JACKSON (Source: Will of Thomas JACKSON Pewterer.).

 

 

11.  ANNE4 JACKSON (ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 21 Jan 1598.  She married THOMAS SMITH (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 13 Nov 1620 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire (Source: Clan Jackson website.).  He was born Abt. 1595 in of Redliston, Kedleston & Hedley.

       

Children of ANNE JACKSON and THOMAS SMITH are:

                  i.    THOMAS5 SMITH (Source: Will of Thomas JACKSON Pewterer.).

                 ii.    GEORGE SMITH (Source: (1) Will of Thomas JACKSON Pewterer., (2) Note, There was a George SMITH who was a Citizen and pewterer.).

 

 

12.  THOMAS4 JACKSON (ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Thomas, son of Robert Jackson and Mary Smith, was Baptised on Wednesday, 29 November 1600 in St. Michael's Church, Rocester, Staffordshire.) was born 29 Nov 1600, and died Sep 1680.  He married GRACE ROEBUCK (Source: Clan Jackson website.) Abt. 1630.  She was born Abt. 1605 in of Horbury, Yorkshire, and died 24 Aug 1680.

       

Child of THOMAS JACKSON and GRACE ROEBUCK is:

15.             i.    SAMUEL5 JACKSON, b. 1634; d. 1716.

 

 

13.  REV. JOHN4 JACKSON (ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Clergyman, Vicar of Twyford, M.A. Cantab.) was born 04 Aug 1604, and died 05 Jan 1691 in Twyford, Berkshire.  He married ANNE HOLT (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 05 Feb 1639 in Madeley, Staffordshire (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of JOHN JACKSON and ANNE HOLT are:

16.             i.    MARY5 JACKSON, b. 19 Jul 1640, Madeley, Staffordshire.

                 ii.    JOHN JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 20 Mar 1642; d. 08 Jun 1644.

17.           iii.    SAMUEL JACKSON, b. 30 Nov 1644.

18.           iv.    JOSEPH JACKSON, b. 03 Jan 1646.

19.            v.    REV. DANIEL JACKSON, b. 1651, Staffordshire, England; d. Mar 1707, Ireland.

                vi.    JOHN JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 20 Sep 1650; m. PENELOPE COOK (Source: Clan Jackson website.).

20.          vii.    HANNAH JACKSON, b. 13 Jul 1652.

21.         viii.    GRACE JACKSON, b. 25 Apr 1654; d. 19 Jan 1730, of Twyford in the County of Southampton.

22.           ix.    SARAH JACKSON, b. 15 May 1659.

                 x.    CATHERINE JACKSON (Source: (1) Sharon Oddie Brown Research., (2) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.), d. of Closhagh; m. UNNAMED LANGHAM (Source: (1) Sharon Oddie Brown Research., (2) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.); b. , of Clonsagh (Source: PRONI T1203/16.); d. of Closhagh.

23.           xi.    UNNAMED JACKSON.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

14.  WILLIAM5 JACKSON (THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) was born 1645 in of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

       

Child of WILLIAM JACKSON is:

24.             i.    THOMAS6 JACKSON, b. 1675, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

15.  SAMUEL5 JACKSON (THOMAS4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 1634, and died 1716.  He married ANN CLARKE (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 11 Jan 1658 (Source: Clan Jackson website.).  She was born 1635, and died 09 Oct 1701 in St. Catherine Cree.

       

Children of SAMUEL JACKSON and ANN CLARKE are:

                  i.    SAMUEL6 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, He was a pewterer.), b. 1660; d. 1687.

                 ii.    THOMAS JACKSON, b. 1665; d. 1666.

                iii.    MARY JACKSON, b. 1668; d. 1669.

 

 

16.  MARY5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 19 Jul 1640 in Madeley, Staffordshire.  She married WILLIAM WALTER (Source: Clan Jackson website, The name given here was WALTER, but the name was rendered as WALKER in the will of Daniel JACKSON 1707.) 25 May 1670.  The oral tradition would favour the latter, so I am going with that, although I have highlighted the alternatives as a warning to be dubious. He was born Abt. 1645.

       

Children of MARY JACKSON and WILLIAM WALKER are:

                  i.    SARAH6 WALTER, b. 1671.

                 ii.    JOHN WALTER, b. 1672.

                iii.    HANNAH WALTER, b. 23 Nov 1673.

                iv.    MARY WALTER (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 20 May 1675; m. THOMAS KNOCK (Source: Clan Jackson website.), 16 Feb 1692, Lapley, Staffordshire.

 

 

17.  SAMUEL5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 30 Nov 1644.  He married REBECCA BYFIELD (Source: Clan Jackson website.) Abt. 1670. 

       

Children of SAMUEL JACKSON and REBECCA BYFIELD are:

                  i.    SAMUEL6 JACKSON, b. 1671.

25.            ii.    JOHN JACKSON, b. Dec 1672; d. Aug 1720.

26.           iii.    ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 25 Mar 1674.

                iv.    DANIEL JACKSON, b. 1678.

                 v.    THOMAS JACKSON.

                vi.    ANNE JACKSON, b. 1686.

 

 

18.  JOSEPH5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Grocer.) was born 03 Jan 1646.  He married LUCRETIA PARKHURST (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 1670 in St. George's, Southwark, London. 

       

Children of JOSEPH JACKSON and LUCRETIA PARKHURST are:

                  i.    JOHN6 JACKSON, b. 1671.

                 ii.    ANNE JACKSON, b. Jan 1672; d. 06 Feb 1680.

                iii.    SARAH JACKSON, b. Dec 1674.

                iv.    SAMUEL JACKSON, b. Feb 1676.

                 v.    JOSEPH JACKSON, b. Apr 1679; d. May 1679.

                vi.    THOMAS JACKSON, b. 1680.

               vii.    DANIEL JACKSON, b. 1682; d. 1719.

              viii.    LUCRETIA JACKSON, b. 1685.

 

 

19.  REV. DANIEL5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: (1) Clan Jackson website, According to this site he was born 29 Sep 1648; died Nov 1719; married Jane Brereton and was in Ireland. Since my research agreed with the name of his wife and his presence in Ireland, I have substituted the death date and other data that I had from his will. It may turn out that there are two Daniel JACKSONs from Staffordshire with a father named John., (2) Sharon Oddie Brown Research, This is where I diverge from the Clan Jackson research. My dates for Daniel JACKSON are 1651-1707. His will probate makes thsi pretty indisputable., (3) Irish Genealogist, 1706/7, March 15, DANIEL JACKSON, vicar of Santry, enjoying wonted soundness  of mind ; desires to be laid with wife in vault of Santry Church at Midnight with all  privacy. Executors Mrs. Jane Holt of Dublin, Mrs. Cath. Langham of Clonshagh,  Samuel Warren of Warrenstown, Esq., Alderman William Gibbons, Dr. James Gratan, Mr. William Gratan, and Mr. Samuel Holt. Disputes to be settled by his worthy good friends the Hon. Robert Rochfort, Attorney General, and John Forster, Recorder of Dublin. Eldest son John. Second son Daniel. Sisters Mary Walker, Hannah Bates, Grace Davis, Sarah Lavington. Nephew Henry Gratan. Sister Gratan's four daughters. Farm of Hollywoodrath and Darnedall. Money to rebuild Malahidart Church. Third son Thomas. Sister Langham. Proved 27 May 1707. (Prerog. Will.)., (4) Antiquarian Notes Etc. Of the Parishes of Santry and Cloghran, County Dublin, In 1756, the present parish Schoolhouse was erected. A stone over the entrance bears the following inscription :   This School House was Built in pursuance   of the Will of the Revd. DANIEL JACKSON of   Clanshagh, formerly VICAR of SANTRY, who left   a considerable part of a moderate Fortune   for the support thereof.   This Building was begun & furnish'd, by the   Revd. JOHN JACKSON of CLONSHAGH, GRANDSON   to the said Testator, A.D. 1756.   The Grateful Parishioners have caus'd this   Stone to be fix'd here in remembrance of t  heir Charitable & worthy Benefactor. SOURCE: Antiquarian Notes Etc. Of the Parishes of Santry and Cloghran, County Dublin.    Also: Gerry Cooley local historian has indeed confirmed that this was the location. The [Santry] school was built in 1759 by the Rev Daniel Jackson, it closed in 1928. The building was demolished about 10 years ago, it went onto to be a private house called Burnside. There is a Plaque from the School Building itself set into the wall at the new houses at Burnside  ., (5) Antiquarian Notes Etc. Of the Parishes of Santry and Cloghran, County Dublin, A monumental brass, now, alas! so rare in our churches, to the memory of Rev. Henry Brereton, A.M., Vicar of this parish, is on the north wall of the chancel. The upper part contains his family arms, " ar. two bars sa." surmounted by an Esquire's helmet and crest, " a Bear's Head, erased, sa: muzzled ar." To the right is engraved a skull, on a book, clasped; to the back, an hour-glass, and a light-house on a rock, representing " deceased man having finished his portion of time, looks forward to Faith, founded on a Rock." Beneath is the inscription [see Plate]. This brass owes its preservation to its having been inserted in a panel of a mural monument erected to the memory of his son-in-law and his family ; and which bears the following inscription :? MAY 1ST A.D., 1767. HERE, ALSO LIETH THE BODY OF THE REVd. DAN1. JACKSON A FAITHFUL PASTOR .* WHO SUCCEEDED THE ABOVE NAMED HENRY IN THIS PARISH, HAVING MARRIED HIS DAUGHTER JANE. HE DIED MARCH 1706, LEAVING ISSUE, JOHN & DANIEL : JOHN AT HIS FATHER'S DEATH OBTAINED THIS LIVING & DIED JUNE 1751, HIS ISSUE NOW ALIVE, ARE JANE, JOHN, & FRANCES, BY A DAUGHTER OF ALDERMAN CASTLETON's OF FIN GLASS, THE REVd. DAN1. JACKSON, SON TO THE AFORESd. DAN1. HAS ERECTED THIS MARBLE TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE HIS ANCESTORS BURIED IN THE UNDERNEATH VAULT, WITH WHOM [WHEN IT SHALL PLEASE GOD TO TAKE HIM HENCE] HE DESIRES TO BE DEPOSITED, HE MARRIED CATHERINE DAUGHTER TO CHARLES DERING, AUDITOR GENERAL BY LADY BLAINEY, SISTER TO LORD TULLAMORE. DUM LOQUIMUR FUGIT HORA ! The first mentioned Rev. Daniel Jackson bequeathed lands, called " Golden's Freehold," which he held on lease for 999 years from Lord Barry, to trustees for the benefit of this parish,  1678. November 11th, Daniel Jackson, A. M., Minor Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral, who had married, April 1668, Jane, daughter of the former Rector, was appointed by the Crown. [Lib. Man.] 27 June, 1689, he was collated to the Prebend of Stagonil, alias Temple Beacan. [Cotton's Fasti.] 20 September, 1703, the Chapter of St. Patrick's elected him their Proctor to attend the convocation. [Cotton's Fasti.'] He died, March 1706, and was buried at Santry. For his bequest to this parish, see before., (6) Note, There is a mention of a daughter: FRANCES, BY A DAUGHTER OF ALDERMAN CASTLETON's OF FIN GLASS., (7) Note, 1678. November 11th, Daniel Jackson, A. M., Minor Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral, who had married, April 1668, Jane, daughter of the former Rector, was appointed by the Crown. [Lib. Man.] 27 June, 1689, he was collated to the Prebend of Stagonil, alias Temple Beacan. [Cotton's Fasti.'] 20 September, 1703, the Chap ter of St. Patrick's elected him their Proctor to attend the convocation. [Cotton's Fasti.'] He died, March 1706, and was buried at Santry. For his bequest to this parish, see before., (8) National Library, Rev Daniel JACKSON m. Jane. He was Vicar of Santry. Will 28 May 1707 probate. Children John, Daniel, Thomas Ms 141 now P8295B at National Library, Dublin  NOTE: I wonder if he was the Daniel (b. Abt 1644) son of Richard – Coleraine tree  ., (9) Note, SEE: T1203/16 Jackson Family.A Pedigree of the Jacksons of Cloneagh near Santry, Co. Dublin., (10) Poems of Jonathon Swift, There are references to three wives., (11) PRONI T1203/16, This pedigree is included with one for Jacksons of Coleraine, although the link is not made between the two., (12) National Archives Small Private Accessions mentioning JACKSON, 23 March 1702 Conveyance by the Trustees of the Forfeited Estates to Daniel Jackson, Clonshagh, bar. Coolock, Co. Dublin of the lands of Holywoodrath, bar. Castleknock, Co. Dublin. Consideration: £156.0.3 ¾., (13) Canon J.B. Leslie, Clergy of Dublin.) was born 1651 in Staffordshire, England (Source: (1) ed. W.J.R. Wallace, Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough, Ulster Historical Society, 2001, 762., (2) Trinity College, He was listed as being age 18 in 1669.), and died Mar 1707 in Ireland (Source: (1) Note, He may have died 1707 - depending on how the year was calculated., (2) Will of Samuel JACKSON Pewterer, "late of Ireland.").  He married JANE BRERETON (Source: (1) Clan Jackson website., (2) PRONI T1203/16.) Apr 1688 (Source: Note, I had an unsourced date of marriage as 1668, but I suspect this is incorrect, given the date of birth imputed from Trinity College records. I doubt that he would have been already married when he was a young student at Trinity. I suspect it was a typo - whether mine or someone else's. I have changed it to 1688 - the more likely date.), daughter of REV. HENRY BRERETON

       

Children of DANIEL JACKSON and JANE BRERETON are:

27.             i.    REV. JOHN6 JACKSON, b. 1688, of Clonsagh, Co. Dublin, Ireland; d. 20 Jun 1751, of Clonsagh, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

                 ii.    REV. DANIEL JACKSON (Source: (1) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will., (2) Correspondence of Jonathon SWIFT, Addressed To the Rev. Mr. Jackson at Gaulstown.   Jackson is commemorated in the "Country Life" as a horticulturist :     " My Lord and Dean the fire forsake,   Dan leaves the earthy spade and rake."     Dan Jackson ruined his living by huddling over the first year,and then hoping to mend it the next; therefore pray take all the care you can to inquire into the value, and set it at the best rate to substantial people.   .), b. 1687 (Source: Hunch, Age based on Trinty records.); d. 1772, of Tullamore; Abbey Street, Dublin, Ireland (Source: (1) PRONI T1203/16, Of Tullamore d. 1772., (2) Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland, There is a rerog will for rev. Daniel JACKSON of Abbey St. Dublin., (3) Transcribed by Tammy Mitchell, Extracts from the Londonderry Journal, died Rev. Daniel JACKSON, age 84 (Church of Ireland);  .); m. CATHERINE DERING (Source: Antiquarian Notes Etc. Of the Parishes of Santry and Cloghran, County Dublin.), Abt. 1731; b. Abt. 1711; d. 24 Aug 1793, Abbey Street, Dublin, Ireland (Source: (1) Anthologia Hibernica, 160, INDEX To The Births, Marriages, & Deaths IN ANTHOLOGIA HIBERNICA  1793-1794  DEATHS  Jackson, Mrs., r. of rev. Daniel, of Tullamore, in Abbey Street 24 Aug 1793  ., (2) Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland., (3) Memorials of the Dead, 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.   .).

                iii.    THOMAS JACKSON (Source: Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.), d. Bef. 1750 (Source: PRONI T1203/16.).

                iv.    JANE JACKSON (Source: Antiquarian Notes Etc. Of the Parishes of Santry and Cloghran, County Dublin.).
Anne JACKSON married ROBINSON NOTE: I do not know her birth order.She had a daughter Jane JACKSON.

 

 

20.  HANNAH5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: (1) Clan Jackson website., (2) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.) was born 13 Jul 1652.  She married THOMAS BATES (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 10 Jan 1670 in Twyford, Hampshire.  He died Bef. 1715.

       

Children of HANNAH JACKSON and THOMAS BATES are:

                  i.    JOHN6 BATES (Source: Clan Jackson website.).

                 ii.    SAMUEL BATES.

                iii.    ELIZABETH BATES.

                iv.    MARTHA BATES.

                 v.    DOROTHY BATES (Source: Will of Samuel JACKSON Pewterer.), d. Aft. 1715.

 

 

21.  GRACE5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.) was born 25 Apr 1654, and died 19 Jan 1730 in of Twyford in the County of Southampton.  She married WILLIAM DAVIES (Source: Clan Jackson website, Here he was named William DAVIES. I had DAVIS from other records.) Jun 1681 in Twyford, Berkshire. 

       

Children of GRACE JACKSON and WILLIAM DAVIES are:

                  i.    JOHN6 DAVIES (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 07 Apr 1682.

                 ii.    WILLIAM DAVIES (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 1683; d. 11 Sep 1764.

28.           iii.    MARTHA DAVIES, b. 03 Apr 1687; d. 18 Mar 1757, Twyford, Berkshire.

                iv.    ANN DAVIES (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 24 Sep 1689.

 

 

22.  SARAH5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: (1) Clan Jackson website., (2) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.) was born 15 May 1659.  She married RICHARD LAVINGTON (Source: (1) Clan Jackson website., (2) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will as Lavington.) 22 Apr 1680 in Twyford, Berkshire. 

       

Children of SARAH JACKSON and RICHARD LAVINGTON are:

                  i.    SARAH6 LAVINGTON.

                 ii.    ANNE LAVINGTON.

                iii.    JOHN LAVINGTON.

                iv.    MARY LAVINGTON.

                 v.    DANIEL LAVINGTON.

 

 

23.  UNNAMED5 JACKSON (JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: (1) Sharon Oddie Brown Research., (2) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.).  She married (1) UNNAMED GRATTAN (Source: Sharon Oddie Brown Research.).    She married (2) UNNAMED GRATAN (Source: Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.). 

       

Children of UNNAMED JACKSON and UNNAMED GRATAN are:

                  i.    UNNAMED6 GRATAN.

                 ii.    UNNAMED GRATAN.

                iii.    UNNAMED GRATAN.

                iv.    UNNAMED GRATAN.

                 v.    HENRY GRATAN (Source: Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will.).

                vi.    JAMES GRATTAN (Source: PRONI T1203/16.).

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

24.  THOMAS6 JACKSON (WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Children of Thomas Jackson and Mary (unknown)        William Jackson born 1698, died 1703/4      Dorothy Jackson born 1702      Anne Jackson born 1703      William Jackson born 1704      Mary Jackson born 1705      Elizabeth Jackson born 4 Jul. 1708      William Jackson+ born s 1710      James Jackson+ born 1712      Alice Jackson born 1713      Thomas Jackson born 1716    .) was born 1675 in of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.  He married MARY UNKNOWN (Source: Clan Jackson website.).  She was born in of Crawfoote.

       

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and MARY UNKNOWN are:

                  i.    WILLIAM7 JACKSON, b. 1698; d. Bet. 1703 - 1704.

                 ii.    DOROTHY JACKSON, b. 1702.

                iii.    ANNE JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 1703, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England; d. of Broughton, Derbyshire, England; m. SAMUEL JOHNSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), 10 Feb 1740, St. Chad's CHurch, Longford, Derbyshire (Source: Clan Jackson website.).

                iv.    WILLIAM JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 1704, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                 v.    MARY JACKSON, b. 1705, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

                vi.    ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 04 Jul 1708, Derbyshire, England.

29.          vii.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 1710, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.

30.         viii.    JAMES JACKSON, b. 1712, Derbyshire, England.

                ix.    ALICE JACKSON, b. 1713, Derbyshire, England.

                 x.    THOMAS JACKSON, b. 1716, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

25.  JOHN6 JACKSON (SAMUEL5, JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born Dec 1672, and died Aug 1720.  He married MARY WITTY (Source: Clan Jackson website.) 27 Jul 1697. 

       

Children of JOHN JACKSON and MARY WITTY are:

                  i.    JOHN7 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Died unmarried.), b. 11 Jul 1700; d. 1752, Spa, Belgium.

31.            ii.    SAMUEL JACKSON, b. 23 Apr 1702; d. 24 Oct 1760, Xch, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

                iii.    WILLIAM JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Living in London in 1775, unmarried.), b. 11 Jun 1704; d. Aft. 1775.

 

 

26.  ELIZABETH6 JACKSON (SAMUEL5, JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 25 Mar 1674.  She married WILLIAM PATTEN (Source: Clan Jackson website, Grocer of London.) Abt. 1695. 

       

Children of ELIZABETH JACKSON and WILLIAM PATTEN are:

                  i.    ROBERT7 PATTEN.

                 ii.    MARY PATTEN.

 

 

27.  REV. JOHN6 JACKSON (DANIEL5, JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: (1) Irish Genealogist, Mentioned in Prerog will., (2) Memorial of deed, 31-120-18377 1721 May 16             JACKSON-FORSTER or FOWLER (two versions in my notes) 1708-1738  Deed 31 Mar 1721 between Mary SMITH widow & relict of John SMITH late of Kevin Street, Co. Dublin Gent. Deceased. John LANGLEY of City of Dublin, Merchant [?] Nicholle widow & relict of John NICHOLLE late of Great Forrat, Co. Dublin Gent deceased. The Rev John JACKSON of Clonshagh Co. Dublin, Clerk .... to John JACKSON part of town and lands of Clanasnaugh, Parish of Santry, Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin (long complicated deed).  ., (3) Note, In 1766, he built Darndale House aka Derndawe, Darrendarre, Derndale, Derrindary. He bequeathed the house and property to The Incorporated Society of Protestant Schools, subject to his nephew Edward Beaver (would this have been a relation on his wife's side? - I don't know) being allowed to use it for the rest of his life.  He was curate of Coolack Parish for a while and was also Vicar of Santry (Santry is in Dublin - 4 miles to the north)., (4) South East Fingal, Close to the entrance of Belcamp Park on the Western side of the road is "Woodlands," a house built by the vicar of Santry, the Revd. John Jackson, a great friend of Dean Swift. The house was known in the neighbourhood as Dean Swift's House, probably due to the fact that he visited here. In Scott's " Life of Swift " mention is made, from some memoranda of Swift's, of Belcamp Park. He says " Mr. Grattan's walk, called the " Revenge Walk " was from the gate going in to Gordon's house door, by gross computation, 1740 feet ; out of the length of this walk he made a lease for ever of 595 feet, with a field adjoining, to Mr. Deering, a stranger. Therefore Mr. Grattan's walk is now in length only 1145 feet. It was the greatest folly of a private domestic kind that I ever remember, for that walk was the only convenience in his garden or grounds about it and the only agreeable circumstance that could make the place tolerable." The principal entrance to Belcamp Park is on the road  ... SOURCE: South East Fingal B. Bowen in Dublin Historical record  VIl 18 no3 (Jun 1963) published by Old Dublin Society., (5) Note, 1706. June 16th, John Jackson, A. M. [son of the last Rector], succeeded. He also held the Vicarage of Coolock and Prehend of Howth; he was an intimate friend of Dean Swift, who bequeathed him " all his horses, his horse furniture, and his third-best beaver hat." [Mason's Hist, of St. Patrick."] 7 July, 1750, he resigned Santry on his appointment to the Prebend and Vicarage of Wicklow, and dying, June 1751, was interred at Santry. ., (6) Correspondence of Jonathon SWIFT, Dean Swift to the Duke of Dobsbt.    1785, Dec. 80. Deanry House. — ** Your Grace fairly owes me llOZ. a year in the Church, which I thus prove. I desired you would bestow a preferment of 1502. per annum on a certain clergyman. Your answer was that I asked modestly ; that you would not promise, but would grant my request. However, that clergyman, for want of good intelligence, or (as the cant-word is here) being not an expert King-fisher, was forced to take up with 40Z. a year, and I shall never trouble your Grace any more in his behalf. But, however, by plain arithmetick it appears that 1101. remain. And this arrear I have assigned to one Mr. John Jackson, no less than a cousin german of the Grattans. He is Vicar of Santry, hath a small estate near it, with two sons and as many daughters, all grown up. This gentleman hath layn severall years as a weight upon me, which I voluntarily took up on account of his virtue, piety, good sense, good nature, and modesty almost to a fault. Your Grace is now disposing the debris of two bishopricks, among which is the Deanry of Ferns, worth between 801. and l00£. a year, which will make Mr. Jackson easyer, who besides his other good qualityes, is as loyal as you could wish. I cannot but think that your Grace, to whom God hath given every amiable as well as usefull talent, and in so great a measure, is bound when you have satisfyed all the expectations of those who have most power in your club, to do something at the request of others who love you better, and meerly upon your own account, without expecting anything for themselves. I have ventured once or twice (at most) to drop hints in favor of some very deserving gentlemen, who I was assured had been recommended to you by persons of weight. But I easily found by your generall answers that, although I have been an old courtier, you knew how to silence me by changing the subject, which made me reflect that courtiers resemble gamesters, the latter finding new arts unknown to the older. And I well remember a principal old gamester who assured me that he had lost 14,000L since he left off play, meerly by dabling with younger proficients who had found out new refinements.    ** My Lord, I will, as a Divine, quote Scripture. Although the children's meat must not be given to dogs, yet the- dogs eat the scraps that fall from the children's tables. This is the second {sic) request I ever directly made your Grace. Mr. Jackson is under a necessity of living on his small estate, part whereof is in his parish about four miles from hence, where he hath built a family- house, more expensive than he intended. He is a clergyman of long standing and of a most unblemished character. But the misfortune is that he hath not one enemy, and consequently I have none to appeal to for the truth of what I say.    "Pray, my Lord, be not allarmed at the word Deanry, nor imagine it a dignity like those we have in England. For, except three or four, the rest have neither power nor land as Deans and Chapters. It is usually a living made up of one or more parishes, some very poor, others better endowed, but all in tythes. Mr. Jackson cannot leave his present scituation and onely desires some very moderate addition, consistent with what he holds.    "My Lord, I do not deceive your Grace when I say you will oblige great numbers of those who are most in your esteem here by conferring this favour, or any other that will answer the same end. ., (7) Correspondence of Jonathon SWIFT, 1786, Oct. 14. "Deanry House, Dublin."— "In a former letter to your Grace I taxed you with a debt of llOi. a year in Church livings, being by arithmetick an arrear of 150Z. a year which your Grace was pleased to promise me for a friend, and of which I onely received 40Z. a year. I often did myself the honor of being so bold (which is no great honor) of telling you that a very worthy clergyman had been long a weight upon my shoulders to get him some addition, and that his circumstances were such that the addition I desired must consist with the small preferment he hath already. There is now a prebendary vacant which will answer my wish. One Mr. Williamson dyed about 36 hours ago. He was Treasurer of Christ-Church in Dublin. The place is worth between ninety and a hundred pounds a year and no more. The person whom I desire may have it is Mr. John Jack- son, minister of Santry, three miles from Dublin, and a relation of the Grattans. He hath been often and earnestly recommended by me to your Grace, and your answers have been favorable. I have added severall times that you would by such a favor oblige this whole city and the most honest gentlemen in the kingdom, and I hope such a consideration will have weight with you. I do therefore hope and expect that your Grace will by the next post send an order to have a patent made out for Mr. John Jackson, Vicar of Santry, or Rector (whichever he be) to confer on him the Treasurership of Christ-Church, Dublin ; and at the same time (which is now near the twentyeth) that my chief regard is to your Grace's honor, that you will reward a most deserving gentle- man of this kingdom who had the misfortune to be born in it, with one mark of your favour. Otherwise I shall think it very hard, that as I am of some station and perhaps of some little distinction, besides the honor of being so long known to your Grace and family, I could never have the least power of prevayling on you to reward merit, for which no party will repine." ., (8) Will of Jonathon Swift, I bequeath all my horses and mares to the Reverend Mr. John Jackson, Vicar of Santry, together with all my horse furniture: lamenting that I had not credit enough with any chief governor (since the change of times) to get some additional church preferment for so virtuous and worthy a gentleman. I also leave him my third best beaver hat.  From will of Jonathon SWIFT  ., (9) Stopford-Sackville Mss.:, Stopford-Sackville Mss.: Letter of Dean Swift to the Duke of Dorset, in favour of Mr. John Jackson, a cousin of the Grattans, who is vicar of Santry and seeks the deanery of Ferns, Deanery House, Dec 30, 1735. Another letter requesting that Rev. John Jackson be made treasurer of Christ Church in Dublin. Deanery House, May 5, Oct 14, 1736 (Hist. Mss. Comm. Rep. Stopford-Sackville Mss. Vol I, 1904. Pp 163-4., (10) The Irish Genealogist, The Descendants of Sir Thomas Phillips of Hammersmith and  Limavady(d.l636)   Jane, dau. of the Rev. Jackson, Preb. of Wicklow. Vicar of Rathcoole, Co. Kildare.   ., (11) Deed, Deed: 8-359-2913 May 16, 1712 JACKSON-COYNE    Mtg on Estate of Francis COGHLAN Esq. of Kilcolgam in Kings Co. from the Revd John JACKSON & Anne his wife to the Revd Charles Lord Bishop of Cloyn of certain lands in the Kings County. Town & lands of Killcolgan, Rossfarraghan, Clonfenlogh, Clonfenlock, Leighbegg also Leaghbegg and Coole & Townlands of Dirricky, Liss also Lissdermott & Camus Barony Garrycastle, Kings Co., (12) Deed, Deed: 31-120-18377 May 16, 1721. JACKSON-FORSTER or FOWLER (two versions in my notes) 1708-1738  Deed 31 Mar 1721 between Mary SMITH widow & relict of John SMITH late of Kevin Street, Co. Dublin Gent. Deceased. John LANGLEY of City of Dublin, Merchant [?] Nicholle widow & relict of John NICHOLLE late of Great Forrat, Co. Dublin Gent deceased. The Rev John JACKSON of Clonshagh Co. Dublin, Clerk .... to John JACKSON part of town and lands of Clanasnaugh, Parish of Santry, Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin (long complicated deed).  .) was born 1688 in of Clonsagh, Co. Dublin, Ireland (Source: Hunch, This date is based on age at entry of a John JACKSON son of Daniel of Dublin at Trinity.), and died 20 Jun 1751 in of Clonsagh, Co. Dublin, Ireland (Source: (1) Will Probate, Transcript - Prerogative Grant Book/F/213a., (2) ed. W.J.R. Wallace, Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough, Ulster Historical Society, 2001.).  He married ANNE CASTLETON (Source: (1) PRONI T1203/16, Daughter of Alderman [Philip]Castelton of Finglas., (2) St. Mary's Church, Dublin, Her name given in the baptismal record of her son, Daniel., (3) Deed, Deed 6-247-2068 JACKSON-MEAGHER   Between Rev. John JACKSON of Clanshough in the County of Dublin Clk & Anne LEEDS of Castletown, his widow, late widow & relict of Michael LEEDS of the City of Dublin Merchant deceased & daughter & heiress of Ald Phillip CASTLETON of the one part & Thomas MEACGHER Gent. & William Aldrich Merchant Executor of the last Will and Testament of the said Michael LEEDS of the other part. The said Deed of release Witnesseth that the said John JACKSON and the said Anne LEEDS at Castleton his wife in consideration of the sum of one thousand pounds sterl and interest to them in hand paid by the said Thomas MEAGHER and William ALDRICH ....  .), daughter of PHILIP CASTLETON.   died  (Source: Note, It is puzzling given other records that she is alleged to be the Ann JACKSON with a will dated 1729  in Dublin Probates.).

       

Children of JOHN JACKSON and ANNE CASTLETON are:

                  i.    DANIEL7 JACKSON (Source: (1) Hunch, In the records of Enniskillen, there is record of a Daniel Jackson, age 17 in 1727, son of John Clk. Pensioner., (2) St. Mary's Church, Dublin, November 4: "Baptised Daniel son of John Jackson Minister and of Anne his wife 12 days old"  http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/details/87aa600473788.), b. 23 Oct 1711; d. 25 Jan 1747 (Source: ed. W.J.R. Wallace, Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough, Ulster Historical Society, 2001, 762.).

32.            ii.    REV. JOHN JACKSON, b. 1712, Dublin, Ireland; d. 21 Oct 1787, Clonsagh, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

                iii.    JANE JACKSON, d. Aft. 1777 (Source: Deed, Book 317, page 121, #211217    Indented Deed dated 15 Feb 1777    Between Francis Evans, City of Dublin, Esq  The Reverend George Phillips, City of Dublin,  Jane Phillips otherwise Jackson, his wife, and  Frances Jackson, Spinster, of the first part  .); m. REV. GEORGE PHILLIPS (Source: (1) PRONI T1203/16., (2) The Irish Genealogist, The Descendants of Sir Thomas Phillips of Hammersmith and  Limavady(d.l636)  c. The Rev. George PHILLIPS. Admitted TCD 1 Mar. 1720/1 aged 17; b. near Dublin B.A. 1725; M.A. 1728. Of Donoughmore, Co. Wicklow. M. 22 Jan. 1759 Jane, dau. of the Rev. Jackson, Preb. of Wicklow. Vicar of Rathcoole, Co. Kildare. Will dated 2 Dec. 1790, pr. 4 Dec. 1790. No evidence yet discovered of any children of the marriage.¸  .), 22 Jan 1759; b. Abt. 1703, of Rathcoole (Source: Clogher Clergy.); d. Abt. 1790.

                iv.    FRANCES JACKSON, m. UNNAMED DICKSON (Source: Clogher Clergy.).

                 v.    JAMES FRANCIS JACKSON (Source: (1) ed. W.J.R. Wallace, Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough, Ulster Historical Society, 2001, His name here was given as James Francis JACKSON., (2) PRONI T1203/16, His name here was given as Francis.).

........... vi Ann Jackson
Henry JACKSON 1722 Sept 22. Baptised at St. Mary's Dublin Parents: Rev. John & Anne JACKSON.

............viii Phillip JACKSON 1724 Sept 24. Baptised at St. Mary's Dublin Parents: Rev. John & Anne JACKSON.

 

28.  MARTHA6 DAVIES (GRACE5 JACKSON, JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 03 Apr 1687, and died 18 Mar 1757 in Twyford, Berkshire.  She married JONATHON SHIPLEY (Source: Clan Jackson website, Citizen and Stationer.). 

       

Child of MARTHA DAVIES and JONATHON SHIPLEY is:

                  i.    JONATHON7 SHIPLEY (Source: Will of Samuel JACKSON Pewterer.).

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

29.  WILLIAM7 JACKSON (THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 1710 in of Broughton, Derbyshire, England.  He married SARAH UNKNOWN (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of WILLIAM JACKSON and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

                  i.    MARY8 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Mary, daughter of William Jackson and Sarah (unknown), was Baptised on Sunday, 16 May 1734 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.      Register Entry states - B.T.'s record the date as 13 May 1734.), b. 16 May 1734, of Broughton, Derbyshire, England; m. THOMAS HOLLIS.

33.            ii.    THOMAS JACKSON, b. 1737, Derbyshire, England.

                iii.    SARA JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website.), b. 24 May 1738, Derbyshire, England; m. JOHN ALLEN (Source: Clan Jackson website.).

                iv.    ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 28 Mar 1746, Derbyshire, England; m. JOB HOLBROOK (Source: Clan Jackson website.), 1775, Derbyshire.

                 v.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 26 Jun 1748, Derbyshire, England.

                vi.    PENELOPE JACKSON, b. 27 Jun 1751, Derbyshire, England.

               vii.    HARRY JACKSON, b. 18 Mar 1755, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

30.  JAMES7 JACKSON (THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) was born 1712 in Derbyshire, England.  He married UNKNOWN

       

Child of JAMES JACKSON and UNKNOWN is:

                  i.    JOHN8 JACKSON, b. 1739.

 

 

31.  SAMUEL7 JACKSON (JOHN6, SAMUEL5, JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, A merchant.) was born 23 Apr 1702, and died 24 Oct 1760 in Xch, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.  He married JANE HIGGINS 03 Sep 1730 in Jamaica. 

       

Children of SAMUEL JACKSON and JANE HIGGINS are:

                  i.    UNNAMED8 JACKSON.

                 ii.    MARGARET COLEMAN JACKSON.

                iii.    MARY JACKSON, b. 10 Aug 1732.

                iv.    ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 04 May 1734.

                 v.    SAMUEL JACKSON, b. 11 Jun 1736; d. 09 Jan 1772.

                vi.    JOHN JACKSON, b. 13 Oct 1738; d. 01 Feb 1810.

               vii.    WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 19 Jan 1739.

              viii.    JAMES JACKSON, b. 25 Jan 1740; d. 11 Sep 1765.

                ix.    DAVIES JACKSON, b. 22 Aug 1744.

                 x.    ROBERT JACKSON, b. 03 Dec 1745; d. 26 Jun 1800.

                xi.    EDMUND JACKSON, b. 18 May 1748; d. 19 Apr 1792.

 

 

32.  REV. JOHN7 JACKSON (JOHN6, DANIEL5, JOHN4, ROBERT3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: (1) Clogher Clergy, 46, 1783,- John Jackson, coll. Oct. 28 (D.R.) He Was son of Rev. John Jackson [who Was son of Rev. Daniel J., V. of Santry, V. of  Santry and Preb.,  Wicklow, by a dau. of Alderman Castletown, of Finglas (see Adams's  Santry) was b. in Dublin, ed.  by Dr. Shaw, Dublin ; ent. T.C.D. Feb. 14,  1732/3, aged 18, B.A. 1737, M.A. 1740. He was, I think, C. Cloghran  Swords 1742, V. do.  1745, V. Coolock 1745-60 and Preb. Nurney and P.C  Great Council, Ladytown and Sheilockstown, Kildare, 1764-87, holding  it with the Archdeaconry for four years. He Was also Preb. Tullycorbet  1771-83, He benefited under the Will of his uncle, Rev. Daniel J.,  of  Santry, and in accordance with the wish of his grandfather, Rev. Daniel J.  (Sen.) as stated in his Will, he built the schoolhouse at  Santry  in  1756.  He d.  m 1787 and Was bur. at  Santry 21 Oct., 1787 (Par. Reg.) In his Will  made 6 May, 1785, proved 1787, he left his wife, Cordelia, 100 per annum  for life, with 100 and furniture ; books to  Armagh Library ; 10 to the  poor of Santry ; mentions his sister, Jane, m. to Rev. George Phillips, of  Rathcoole (M.L. July 24, 1759) and his sister Frances Dickson and his  "  friend and relative," Dr. Jonathan Shipley, Bishop of St.  Asaph. Rev.  G. Phillips, Rev. Robert Sheuston and Mr. Henry Betagh were named  Exors.  ., (2) PRONI T1203/16, No issue. Had a grand-nephew "Edward Bever.", (3) Note, 'Darndale' is one of the oldest designations.  It is called Darnedalle in the 1656 Civil Survey.  Over the years it has been spelled in many different ways eg. Derrindale.  In Patents to Sir Garrett Moore (between 1606 and 1620), it has the following variations: Derndawe, Darrendarre, Derndale, Derrindary.  The latest house was built about 1766 by the Rev. John Jackson.  He was a curate in Coolock Parish for a while and was also Vicar of Santry.  He bequeathed the house and property to The Incorporated Society of Protestant Schools, subject to his nephew Edward Beaver being allowed to use it for the rest of his life.  The following century, we know that Francis Gogarty was living there from the thirties to the fifties.  Around about 1856 Mrs. Overend was in residence, while 10 years later, the name of Patrick Murphy occurs.  The gatelodge, in 1937, was between Transvaal Poultry Farm (near Newtown Bridge) and Cappa House (opposite the Camelot).  In 1837 Cappa House was called Newtown House, while in 1937 another house on the far side of the road was called Newtown House., (4) Note, Close to the entrance of Belcamp Park on the Western side of the road is "Woodlands," a house built by the vicar of Santry, the Revd. John Jackson, a great friend of Dean Swift. The house was known in the neighbourhood as Dean Swift's House, probably due to the fact that he visited here. In Scott's " Life of Swift " mention is made, from some memoranda of Swift's, of Belcamp Park. He says " Mr. Grattan's walk, called the " Revenge Walk " was from the gate going in to Gordon's house door, by gross computation, 1740 feet ; out of the length of this walk he made a lease for ever of 595 feet, with a field adjoining, to Mr. Deering, a stranger. Therefore Mr. Grattan's walk is now in length only 1145 feet. It was the greatest folly of a private domestic kind that I ever remember, for that walk was the only convenience in his garden or grounds about it and the only agreeable circumstance that could make the place tolerable." The principal entrance to Belcamp Park is on the road  ... SOURCE: South East Fingal B. Bowen in Dublin Historical record  VIl 18 no3 (Jun 1963) published by Old Dublin Society., (5) Note, In 1756, the present parish Schoolhouse was erected. A stone over the entrance bears the following inscription :   This School House was Built in pursuance   of the Will of the Revd. DANIEL JACKSON of   Clanshagh, formerly VICAR of SANTRY, who left   a considerable part of a moderate Fortune   for the support thereof.   This Building was begun & furnish'd, by the   Revd. JOHN JACKSON of CLONSHAGH, GRANDSON   to the said Testator, A.D. 1756.   The Grateful Parishioners have caus'd this   Stone to be fix'd here in remembrance of t  heir Charitable & worthy Benefactor. SOURCE: Antiquarian Notes Etc. Of the Parishes of Santry and Cloghran, County Dublin.  ., (6) Note, Jonathon SWIFT mentions that he had 2 sons and many daughters.) was born 1712 in Dublin, Ireland (Source: ed. W.J.R. Wallace, Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough, Ulster Historical Society, 2001, 763.), and died 21 Oct 1787 in Clonsagh, Co. Dublin, Ireland (Source: (1) PRONI T1203/16, Archdeacon of Clogher., (2) Clogher Clergy, John Jackson, A. M., was Curate from 1742 to 1750 ; in 1783 he became Archdeacon of Clogher, and dying 21 October, 1787, was buried at Santry. ., (3) The Gentleman's Magazine, Vol 57, for the year 1787. Part 2, By Sylvanus Urban, Gent. 1787, 1024, At Clonsagh, in Ireland, Rev. John Jackson, A.M., archdeacon of Clogher, vicar of Old Connel, in the diocese of Kildare.).  He married CORDELIA CASTLETOWN (Source: ed. W.J.R. Wallace, Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough, Ulster Historical Society, 2001, Her name was given as Cordelia CASTLETOWN here.). 

       

Children of JOHN JACKSON and CORDELIA CASTLETOWN are:

                  i.    UNNAMED8 JACKSON.

                 ii.    UNNAMED JACKSON.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

33.  THOMAS8 JACKSON (WILLIAM7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website.) was born 1737 in Derbyshire, England.  He married ELIZABETH PENDLETON (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and ELIZABETH PENDLETON are:

                  i.    THOMAS9 JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Thomas, son of Thomas Jackson and Elizabeth Pendleton, was Baptised on Wednesday, 26 December 1759 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.      Register Entry states - Thomas, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson.1 Thomas died on Monday, 21 December 1818 'a Cordwainer, age 60'. He was buried on Monday, 21 December 1818,died age 60.  Thomas Jackson wrote his Will on 12 March 1819 in Consistory Court, Lichfield, Staffordshire.), b. 26 Dec 1759, Derbyshire, England; d. 21 Dec 1818.

34.            ii.    FRANCIS JACKSON, b. 04 Jul 1763, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

34.  FRANCIS9 JACKSON (THOMAS8, WILLIAM7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, WILLIAM3, ROBERT2, WILLIAM1) (Source: Clan Jackson website, Francis, son of Thomas Jackson and Elizabeth Pendleton, was Baptised on Monday, 4 July 1763 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.      Register Entry states - Transcribed at Derbyshire County Record Office by Martin Jackson.) was born 04 Jul 1763 in Derbyshire, England.  He married ANN UNKNOWN (Source: Clan Jackson website.). 

       

Children of FRANCIS JACKSON and ANN UNKNOWN are:

                  i.    THOMAS10 JACKSON, b. 1784, Derbyshire, England; d. Bet. 1784 - 1787.

                 ii.    THOMAS JACKSON (Source: Clan Jackson website, Thomas, son of Francis Jackson and Ann (unknown), was Baptised in 1787 in St. Michael's Church, Church Broughton, Derbyshire.1         Thomas Jackson was married to Ann (unknown) say 1814.              The 1851 U.K.Census listed him as a son of the Head of Household - Francis Jackson, at Ch. Broughton, Derbyshire, who is recorded as - Francis Jackson Head Mar. 33 Cordwainer DBY. Ch. Broughton.2              In the 1851 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 30 March 1851, Thomas was recorded as the Head of the Household at Ch. Broughton, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Ann Jackson,       as follows:-            ; Thomas Jackson Head Mar. 64 Ag. Lab. DBY. Ch. Broughton3            ; Ann Jackson Wife Mar. 56 Ag. Lab's Wife DBY. Ch. Broughton3         Thomas died on Monday, 20 December 1858 in Church Broughton, Derbyshire. 'of Heathtop', age 71.), b. 1787, Derbyshire, England; d. 20 Dec 1858, Derbyshire, England; m. ANN UNKNOWN (Source: Clan Jackson website, Children of Thomas Jackson and Ann (unknown)        William Jackson1 born 17 Oct. 1815, died 30 May 1824      Francis Jackson+1 born 1817      Jane Jackson+1 born 6 Feb. 1820      Eliza Jackson born 1824, died 8 Jul. 1859      William Jackson+1 born s 1826, died Oct. 1885      Thomas Jackson1 born 26 Dec. 1828      Martha Jackson1 born 31 Jan. 1830      Ann Jackson1 born 22 Jul. 1832    .).

                iii.    ANN JACKSON, b. 1794, Derbyshire, England.

                iv.    HANNAH JACKSON, b. 09 Oct 1796, Derbyshire, England; d. 1804, Derbyshire, England.

 

 

 

 

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