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NOTE: This family started in Northamptonshire, and had a significant number of Irish connections – family born, married or died in Ireland. I have highlighted these in blue so they are easier to see. There will likely be more to add as I continue with this work – and as other contributors  pitch in with whatever they can find.

NOTE: The most up to date version of this tree will be at my Rootsweb silverbowl tree. Here I have it in an outline version, with a detailed sources version beneath. I do continue to update that tree, and I revisit these kinds less frequently.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 21, 2011
PS Sorry about the formatting - my web skills have limits.
NOTE: I have significantly updated this line of JACKSONs since doing this page. They are now connected to Sir Thomas Graham Jackson (1835-1924) of Eagle House, Wimbledon. His grandson is the composer Sir Nicholas JACKSON.  The updates are included at my Rootsweb page. Also, there is a page of gravestones and commentary that I have posted recently. August 14, 2011

 

JACKSONs of Duddington, England and Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland

 

Arms: Ar. a greyhound courant ermines between three eagles heads erased sa.
Crest: A demi-horse ar. guttée de sang, mained and hoofed sa.
Seat: Duddington, Northampton

 

 

Descendants of Nicholas Jackson

 

 1  Nicholas Jackson b: 1570 d: 1662 in of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England

........ 2  William Jackson d: 1667 in of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England

.................. 3  Thomas Jackson d: 1694 in of Abington Abbey, Northampton

...................... +Frances Thursby d: 05 Jul 1683

............................. 4  Christopher Jackson b: 1668 d: 05 Jun 1730

................................. +Joan Cheseldyne b: in of Burrough, County Leicester

............................. 4  Thomas Jackson b: 1669 d: 25 Aug 1769

............................. 4  Francis Jackson b: 1670 in of Duddington, Co. Northampton, England d: 15 Jul 1740 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland

................................. +Frances Fairchild d: 10 Jul 1740

....................................... 5  Thomas Jackson b: 1695 d: 12 Jul 1771 in of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England

........................................... +Sarah Burneby b: in of Manton, Rutland

.................................................. 6  Francis Jackson b: 1727 d: 22 Dec 1751

.................................................. 6  William Jackson b: 1728 d: 27 Feb 1795

.................................................. 6  Mary Jackson 

...................................................... +Unnamed Cole 

.................................................. 6  Elizabeth Jackson 

.................................................. 6  Susanna Jackson b: 1738 d: 26 May 1781

....................................... *2nd Wife of Thomas Jackson: 

........................................... +Frances Cartwright b: in of Ossington d: 09 Jul 1754

.................................................. 6  Hugh Jackson b: 11 Oct 1745 d: 28 Apr 1829 in of Duddington

...................................................... +Jane Weldon d: 22 Apr 1816 m: 1767

............................................................ 7  Thomas Jackson b: 20 Mar 1768 d: 28 Jun 1800 in Stamford, Lincoln, England

................................................................ +Elizabeth Hippisley b: 1773 in of Hamilton, Rutland m: 17 Aug 1790 in Duddington, Northamptonshire, England

...................................................................... 8  Thomas Hippisley Jackson b: 17 May 1791

.......................................................................... +Sarah Pochan 

...................................................................... 8  John Jackson b: 02 Aug 1797 d: in of Hampstead

.......................................................................... +Anna Dodsworth Beechey 

...................................................................... 8  Hugh Jackson b: 25 May 1799 d: in of Hampstead

.......................................................................... +Eliza Armold b: in of Stamford

...................................................................... 8  Elizabeth Jackson b: 29 Aug 1792

...................................................................... 8  Susanna Jackson b: 28 Nov 1800 d: Abt. 1858

.......................................................................... +John Elliot Cairns b: 1785 in of Coleraine

................................................................................. 9  Catherine Cairns b: Abt. 1828 in Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire, England

................................................................................. 9  William John Drue Cairns b: 25 Jul 1835 in Castleroe, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland d: Abt. 1858 in Lucknow, India

............................................................ 7  William Jackson b: 12 May 1769 d: 02 Aug 1810

................................................................ +Sarah Hawkins b: in of Barwell and Hinckley, County Leicester

...................................................................... 8  William Jackson d: 10 Oct 1819

.......................................................................... +Unnamed Bromhead 

............................................................ 7  Hugh Jackson b: 26 Jul 1771 d: in of Duddington

................................................................ +Elizabeth Moore 

............................................................ *2nd Wife of Hugh Jackson: 

................................................................ +Ann Marshall d: 19 Jan 1838 m: 1797

............................................................ 7  Jeremiah Jackson b: 29 Jul 1775

................................................................ +Marianne Willan  m: 1801

............................................................ 7  James Jackson b: 01 Aug 1777 d: 22 Jan 1800

............................................................ 7  Carolyn Mary Jackson b: 26 Aug 1782

................................................................ +John Goddard Marshall d: 10 Jun 1825 in of Elm

............................................................ *2nd Husband of Carolyn Mary Jackson: 

................................................................ +John Russell Kristopherson 

.................................................. 6  [2] Frances Jackson 

...................................................... +[1] Jeremiah Jackson b: Abt. 1750 d: in Of Abington, Co. Rutland, Great Britain

............................................................ 7  [3] Katherine Jackson 

................................................................ +[4] Daniel Ximenes b: Abt. 1750 in of Hurst grove d: 1828 in offard, DArcy, England

....................................... 5  William Jackson b: 1698 d: 08 Mar 1717/18

....................................... 5  Jeremiah Jackson b: Abt. 1720 in of Fanningstown, Croom, Co. Limerick d: 1780 in of Fanningstown, Croom, Co. Limerick, Ireland

........................................... +Katherine Cox b: in of The Grove, Co. Limerick, Ireland

.................................................. 6  Thomas Jackson b: 1746 d: 12 May 1792 in London, England

...................................................... +Barbara Reid b: in of Bradford, Wiltshire, England m: 1780

............................................................ 7  Jeremiah Jackson b: Abt. 1780 d: 10 Dec 1796 in drowned in the Straits of Gibraltar

............................................................ 7  Thomas Jackson b: 28 Oct 1782 d: 1857 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland

................................................................ +Helena Hall b: in of Darlington d: Aug 1881 m: 18 Sep 1805

...................................................................... 8  Thomas William Jackson b: 27 Dec 1809 d: 07 Oct 1827 in St. Lucia, West Indies

...................................................................... 8  Frederick Hall Jackson b: 28 May 1812 d: 10 Oct 1845 in Arcot, East Indies

...................................................................... 8  Hamilton Llewellin Jackson b: 11 Aug 1816 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland

.......................................................................... +Henrietta Amelia Donadelli  m: 29 Apr 1844

................................................................................. 9  George Thomas Ingleheim Jackson b: 1845

................................................................................. 9  Jeremiah Jackson 

................................................................................. 9  Hamilton Jackson 

................................................................................. 9  Catherine Barbara Gould Jackson 

..................................................................................... +George Whitla b: in of Lisburn, Co. Antrim m: 10 Jun 1858

................................................................................. 9  Helen Irma Jackson 

................................................................................. 9  Ernesta Jackson 

................................................................................. 9  Mary Henrietta Jackson 

...................................................................... 8  Harvey Villiers Jackson b: 25 Jan 1824 d: 29 Jan 1824

...................................................................... 8  Helena Jackson b: 14 Sep 1806

...................................................................... 8  Catherine Jackson b: 01 Apr 1808 d: 22 Jun 1814

...................................................................... 8  Mary Frances Jackson b: 06 Aug 1815 d: 29 Aug 1815

............................................................ 7  William John Jackson d: 28 Jan 1797 in Bellary, , East Indies.

............................................................ 7  Catherine Barbara Jackson d: 1847 in of Upwey

.................................................. 6  [1] Jeremiah Jackson b: Abt. 1750 d: in Of Abington, Co. Rutland, Great Britain

...................................................... +[2] Frances Jackson 

............................................................ 7  [3] Katherine Jackson 

................................................................ +[4] Daniel Ximenes b: Abt. 1750 in of Hurst grove d: 1828 in offard, Darcy, England

.................................................. 6  Frances Jackson b: Abt. 1750

...................................................... +Henry Langley b: in Of Springfield, Co. Tipperary, Ireland & of Lisnamrode, Co. Tipperary, Ireland m: 1770

............................................................ 7  [6] Catherine Langley b: 1772 in Lisnamrock, Co. Tipperary d: 25 Mar 1854 in 2 Salem Place, Dublin

................................................................ +[5] George Tuthill b: 14 Feb 1771 in Kilmore d: 11 Aug 1842 in 14 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin m: 23 Feb 1792 in Killenaule, Co. Tipperary

...................................................................... 8  [7] John Tuthill b: 03 Jun 1793 in Lisnamrock Castle d: 13 Feb 1876 in Birr, Kings Co., Ireland

.......................................................................... +[8] Anna Strettell Jackson b: 1793 in Cork d: 20 Mar 1844 in Rapla, Co. Tipperary m: 12 May 1815 in St. Peters, Dublin

...................................................................... *2nd Wife of [7] John Tuthill: 

.......................................................................... +[9] Margaret Lloyd b: 10 Mar 1812 in Clare St., Dublin, Ireland d: 21 Dec 1895 m: 15 Dec 1846 in St. Peters, Dublin, Ireland

.................................................. 6  Elizabeth Jackson b: Abt. 1750 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland d: 16 May 1826 in 50 Stephens Green, Dublin. Ireland

...................................................... +John Tuthill b: 01 Jan 1743/44 in Faha, CO. Limerick, Ireland d: 20 Jul 1814 in 50 Stephens Green, Dublin. Ireland m: 29 Dec 1769

............................................................ 7  [5] George Tuthill b: 14 Feb 1771 in Kilmore d: 11 Aug 1842 in 14 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin

................................................................ +[6] Catherine Langley b: 1772 in Lisnamrock, Co. Tipperary d: 25 Mar 1854 in 2 Salem Place, Dublin m: 23 Feb 1792 in Killenaule, Co. Tipperary

...................................................................... 8  [7] John Tuthill b: 03 Jun 1793 in Lisnamrock Castle d: 13 Feb 1876 in Birr, Kings Co., Ireland

.......................................................................... +[8] Anna Strettell Jackson b: 1793 in Cork d: 20 Mar 1844 in Rapla, Co. Tipperary m: 12 May 1815 in St. Peters, Dublin

...................................................................... *2nd Wife of [7] John Tuthill: 

.......................................................................... +[9] Margaret Lloyd b: 10 Mar 1812 in Clare St., Dublin, Ireland d: 21 Dec 1895 m: 15 Dec 1846 in St. Peters, Dublin, Ireland

............................................................ 7  Thomas Edward Villiers Tuthill b: 09 Jul 1783 d: 1859

................................................................ +Anne Stack 

...................................................................... 8  Jackson Villiers Tuthill 

....................................... 5  Francis Jackson 

....................................... 5  Mary Jackson b: Bef. 1706

........................................... +James Weldon 

....................................... 5  Frances Jackson b: Bef. 1706

........................................... +Ambrose Rendell b: in of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England

....................................... 5  Jane Jackson b: Bef. 1706

........................................... +Unnamed Treadwell b: in of Uppingham, England

....................................... 5  Elizabeth Jackson b: 1706 d: 12 Jul 1781 in of Limerick, Ireland

............................. 4  Jeremiah Jackson b: Abt. 1675

............................. 4  John Jackson 

............................. 4  Mary Jackson 

................................. +Thomas Burneby  m: 1697

 

Detailed report:

 

Descendants of Nicholas Jackson

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  NICHOLAS1 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, 178, Nicholas Jackson built the Mansion House at Duddington, 9 CHARLES I, in 1633, and by his will dated 9 Nov 1641 left his estate there to his son.) was born 1570, and died 1662 in of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England.

     

Child of NICHOLAS JACKSON is:

2.           i.   WILLIAM2 JACKSON, d. 1667, of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  WILLIAM2 JACKSON (NICHOLAS1) (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, William Jackson, who succeeded his father in 1662, and by will, dated 12 November 1667, funded the school at  Duddington,  giving £50 to build a school room, “and £10 yearly forever, issuing out of my farm at Helpstone, towards the maintenance of the schoolmaster for the teaching of 12 children, if so many there are fit, born and dwelling within the parish of  Duddington,  which children, my will is, shall be able competently to read any chapter in the New Testament, so as to be approved of by any two or more of the neighbouring ministers, before they shall be accounted capable of being admitted into the school aforesaid. The schoolmaster to be placed there in by my son, Thomas, for his life, and after by him, by his heirs and successors. The school has always been of marked utility. The schoolroom has recently been rebuilt, and a dwelling house for the master added thereto, and at this time contains 73 children. To his son Thomas he devised all his lands in Easton, Helpstone, and Duddington. This    THOMAS JACKSON succeeded his father in 1667, ...) died 1667 in of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England.

     

Child of WILLIAM JACKSON is:

3.           i.   ESQ. JP. THOMAS3 JACKSON, d. 1694, of Abington Abbey, Northampton.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  ESQ. JP. THOMAS3 JACKSON (WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, THOMAS JACKSON succeeded his father in 1667, he married Frances, daughter of Christopher Thursby, Esq. of Castor, County Northampton, of the family which afterwards removed to Abington Abbey, in the same County, by whom (who died in 1683) he had issue,    CHRISTOPHER born in 1668 died 5 June 1730, married Joan, daughter of Edward Cheseldyne, Esq. of Burrough, County Leicester, and had issue. This branch is now extinct.  Thomas, born in 1669, died 25th of August 1679.  FRANCIS born in 1670.  Jeremiah.  John.  Mary.  To this Thomas who was a magistrate for County Northampton, the arms of the family were granted, in 1688. He by his will dated 3 February 1692, left all his freehold copy hold houses, and lands at  Duddington,  Castor, and Helpstone, to his second surviving son,    FRANCIS JACKSON, who succeeded his father in 1694. ..., (2) Armorial Families, Arms granted: JACKSON of Duddington (H. Coll., 10 Aug. 1689). Argent, a greyhound courant ermines, between three eagles heads erased sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-horse argent, guttee-de-sang, maned and hoofed sable. Livery — Light yellow and dark blue.     JACKSON (H. Coll., 10 Aug. 1689). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a greyhound courant ermines, between three eagles' heads erased sable (for Jackson) ; 2 and 3, sable, three mullets pierced between two bendlets or (for Hippisley). Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-horse argent, guttée-de- sang, maned and hoofed sable. Motto — " Chi si contenta gode."   .) died 1694 in of Abington Abbey, Northampton (Source: Miscellaneous, To this Thomas who was a magistrate for County Northampton, the arms of the family were granted, in 1688. He by his will dated 3 February 1692, left all his freehold copy hold houses, and lands at  Duddington,  Castor, and Helpstone, to his second surviving son,  SOURCE: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=9NDTAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA178&lpg=PA178&dq=Fanningstown+Castle+Jackson&source=bl&ots=kiGr8f0n5E&sig=crLhN1qMrNQ3UiH8o-0kRk_Arhc&hl=en&ei=l6IGTO3lNMP7lwfxn6nnCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=8&ved=0CCoQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Fanningstown%20Castle%20Jackson&f=false .).  He married FRANCES THURSBY (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), daughter of CHRISTOPHER THURSBY.  She died 05 Jul 1683.

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and FRANCES THURSBY are:

              i.   CHRISTOPHER4 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), b. 1668; d. 05 Jun 1730; m. JOAN CHESELDYNE (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); b. of Burrough, County Leicester.

             ii.   THOMAS JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), b. 1669; d. 25 Aug 1769.

4.        iii.   FRANCIS JACKSON, b. 1670, of Duddington, Co. Northampton, England; d. 15 Jul 1740, of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland.

            iv.   JEREMIAH JACKSON (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London., (2) Note, Based on age of siblings.), b. Abt. 1675.

             v.   JOHN JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.).

            vi.   MARY JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), m. THOMAS BURNEBY (Source: National Archives,  http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATLN=6&CATID=5547491    20 Jan 1697  Parties: Richard Burneby of Martinsthorpe Rutland, gent., Thomas Burneby, gent., his son and heir apparent, Sir Edward Ward, kt., Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and William Ward of Preston Rutland, gent. Mary Jackson, only daughter of Thomas Jackson of Duddington Northamptonshire, deceased. AND Downhall Thursby of Hanslope Buckinghamshire, gent., son of Christopher Jackson, citizen and goldsmith of London, Christopher Jackson, getn., son and heir of Thomas Jackson, deceased, and Francis Jackson of Duddington Northamptonshire, gent. Place or Subject: Marriage settlement of messuages and lands in Manton Rutland, and the rectory of Manton, in trust to provide a jointure for Mary Jackson intended wife of Thomas Burneby, and in consideration of her dowry of 1000 l. Rutland.), 1697 (Source: National Archives, http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATLN=6&CATID=5547491    20 Jan 1697  Parties: Richard Burneby of Martinsthorpe Rutland, gent., Thomas Burneby, gent., his son and heir apparent, Sir Edward Ward, kt., Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and William Ward of Preston Rutland, gent. Mary Jackson, only daughter of Thomas Jackson of Duddington Northamptonshire, deceased. AND Downhall Thursby of Hanslope Buckinghamshire, gent., son of Christopher Jackson, citizen and goldsmith of London, Christopher Jackson, getn., son and heir of Thomas Jackson, deceased, and Francis Jackson of Duddington Northamptonshire, gent. Place or Subject: Marriage settlement of messuages and lands in Manton Rutland, and the rectory of Manton, in trust to provide a jointure for Mary Jackson intended wife of Thomas Burneby, and in consideration of her dowry of 1000 l. Rutland  .).

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4.  FRANCIS4 JACKSON (THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, FRANCIS JACKSON, who succeeded his father in 1694. He married Frances Fairchild, by whom (who died 10 July 1740) he had issue.  I.          Thomas born in 1695 his heir.  II.           William born in 1698, died 8 March 1718.  III.         Francis, clergyman, Rector of Bulwick, County Northampton.  IV.          Jeremiah, to whom his father left his lands etc. in “Helpstone, Etton, and towns adjoining” subject to £10 a year for the school. This is estate has since been sold to Earl Fitzwilliam, who continues to pay the school and annuity. He settled at Fanningstown, near Limerick, Ireland, married and had issue,  a.      Thomas died in London 12 May, 1792, age 46 years, and buried at  Duddington,  married Barbara Gould, daughter of William Reid, Esq. of Bradford, Wiltshire, by whom who after his decease married Nathaniel Simpson, Esq. of the South Sea house he had issue,  i.    Jeremiah at midshipman Royal Navy drowned in the Straits of Gibraltar.   ii. Thomas now of Fanningstone.  iii.      William in the Hon. East India Company service.  b.      Jeremiah, formerly fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, master of Uppington school, successively vicar of Manton and of Ospringe, and Rector of Offord Darcy, (for an account of this eminent scholar and accomplished gentlemen see gentleman's Magazine 4 July 1828) married Frances Jackson and had by her an only daughter, Katherine, who married Daniel Ximenes. Two daughters who married the Irish families of Tuthill, or Villiers, and Langley.  c.        Mary born in 1702 married to James Weldon, merchant of London, brother of Spicer Weldon Esq., barrister at law  d. Frances married Ambrose Rendell of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, and had issue,  e.          Jane married Treadwell of Uppingham and had issue.  f. Elizabeth, born in 1706, died 12 July, 1781, died unmarried.    BAKER in his history of Northamptonshire, speaking of Duddington, says, “Francis Jackson has a good stone house there, and the church contains many memorials of the family.” There several of those still remaining but the more ancient ones in the chancel have been removed and thrown aside, to make room for others, a loss which together with the destruction (as it is said by fire) of the parish registers previous to 1733 has occasioned some difficulty in exactly determining the earlier dates. Francis Jackson, by will dated 11 December 1744, left all his lands and etc. at  Duddington,  Wakerley, and Wothorp, to his eldest son,    THOMAS JACKSON, ..., (2) Note, NOTE: Drogheda deeds have a connection to a Frances JACKSON of Doddington.  74-21-50840 1732/3 Jan 17          JACKSON Francis of Duddington, Co Northton [Northamptonshire] Indented deed, Assignment John ROSE Esq. Of Catherstock, Co. Northton made over to John CROKER, Gent of Dublin City all that the manor or lordship of Mountkenny + other lands in Co Wicklow for residue of term from L + R of 3 Jun 1730 NICKRED    .) was born 1670 in of Duddington, Co. Northampton, England, and died 15 Jul 1740 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland (Source: Burkes Peerage and Baronetage, buried 24 Jan 1744.).  He married FRANCES FAIRCHILD (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.).  She died 10 Jul 1740.

     

Children of FRANCIS JACKSON and FRANCES FAIRCHILD are:

5.           i.   THOMAS5 JACKSON, b. 1695; d. 12 Jul 1771, of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England.

             ii.   WILLIAM JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), b. 1698; d. 08 Mar 1717/18.

6.        iii.   JEREMIAH JACKSON, b. Abt. 1720, of Fanningstown, Croom, Co. Limerick; d. 1780, of Fanningstown, Croom, Co. Limerick, Ireland.

            iv.   REV. FRANCIS JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Rector of Bulwick, County Northampton.).

             v.   MARY JACKSON (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London., (2) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Mary born in 1702 married to James Weldon, merchant of London, brother of Spicer Weldon Esq., barrister at law  .), b. Bef. 1706; m. JAMES WELDON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.).

            vi.   FRANCES JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Frances married Ambrose Rendell of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, and had issue.), b. Bef. 1706; m. AMBROSE RENDELL (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); b. of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England.

           vii.   JANE JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Jane married Treadwell of Uppingham and had issue.), b. Bef. 1706; m. UNNAMED TREADWELL; b. of Uppingham, England.

         viii.   ELIZABETH JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Elizabeth, born in 1706, died 12 July, 1781, died unmarried.), b. 1706; d. 12 Jul 1781, of Limerick, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5.  THOMAS5 JACKSON (FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, THOMAS JACKSON, who married first in 1720, his cousin Sarah, daughter and coheiress of Thomas Burneby, Esq. of Manton, Rutland, of an old family of that name formally settled there by whom (who died in 1739) he had 21 children. Of these were brought up,   Francis born in 1727 died 22 December 1751, s.p.  William born in 1728 died 27 February 1795, s.p.  Mary, married to Cole; and  Elizabeth married to Cunningham both d.s.p.  Susanna born in 1738 died 26 May, 1781 unmarried.  Mr. Jackson married secondly Frances, daughter of the Rev. Hugh Cartwright, incumbent of Ossington, son of William Cartwright, Esq. of Norwell, and brother of William Cartwright, Esq. of Markham Hall, Nottinghamshire, a lady of great excellent understanding, admirable humour and a great kindness of heart, who died ninth July, 1754, age 48 years, universally esteemed and regretted. By her he had issue,  Hugh born in 1745.  Frances married to her cousin Jeremiah Jackson.  Thomas Jackson left the house and estate at Duddington, to his son, by his second wife,    HUGH JACKSON, Esq., who succeeded his father in 1771. ..., (2) National Archives, [no title]  2667/1/38/52  1717    Contents:   Settlement: James Tryon of Norbory in Mickleham, Surrey, esq., etc., to William Burton of North Luffenham, Rutland, esq. and Thomas Jackson of Duddington, Northamptonshire, gent., for the benefit of John Tryon, nephew of said James: messuages, etc.: Ockley, Stonestreet, Wotton, Dorking, West Betchworth, Headley, Walton, Leatherhead, Surrey.  http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=190-2667_1-2&cid=-1#-1   .) was born 1695, and died 12 Jul 1771 in of Duddington, Northamptonshire, England.  He married (1) SARAH BURNEBY (Source: Sir Bernard Burke, The Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I. London, 1875., 693, She and her husband were cousins.), daughter of THOMAS BURNEBY.  She was born in of Manton, Rutland.  He married (2) FRANCES CARTWRIGHT (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Mr. Jackson married secondly Frances, daughter of the Rev. Hugh Cartwright, incumbent of Ossington, son of William Cartwright, Esq. of Norwell, and brother of William Cartwright, Esq. of Markham Hall, Nottinghamshire, a lady of great excellent understanding, admirable humour and a great kindness of heart, who died ninth July, 1754, age 48 years, universally esteemed and regretted. By her he had issue,  Hugh born in 1745.  Frances married to her cousin Jeremiah Jackson.  .), daughter of REV. HUGH CARTWRIGHT.  She was born in of Ossington, and died 09 Jul 1754 (Source: Sir Bernard Burke, The Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I. London, 1875., 693.).

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and SARAH BURNEBY are:

              i.   FRANCIS6 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Francis born in 1727 died 22 December 1751, s.p.), b. 1727; d. 22 Dec 1751.

             ii.   WILLIAM JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, William born in 1728 died 27 February 1795, s.p.), b. 1728; d. 27 Feb 1795.

           iii.   MARY JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Mary, married to Cole d.s.p.), m. UNNAMED COLE.

            iv.   ELIZABETH JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Elizabeth married to Cunningham both d.s.p.).

             v.   SUSANNA JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Susanna born in 1738 died 26 May, 1781 unmarried.), b. 1738; d. 26 May 1781.

 

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and FRANCES CARTWRIGHT are:

7.         vi.   HUGH6 JACKSON, b. 11 Oct 1745; d. 28 Apr 1829, of Duddington.

8.        vii.   FRANCES JACKSON.

 

 

6.  JEREMIAH5 JACKSON (FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35., (2) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, IV.   Jeremiah, to whom his father left his lands etc. in “Helpstone, Etton, and towns adjoining” subject to £10 a year for the school. This is estate has since been sold to Earl Fitzwilliam, who continues to pay the school and annuity. He settled at Fanningstown, near Limerick, Ireland, married and had issue,  a.      Thomas died in London 12 May, 1792, age 46 years, and buried at  Duddington,  married Barbara Gould, daughter of William Reid, Esq. of Bradford, Wiltshire, by whom who after his decease married Nathaniel Simpson, Esq. of the South Sea house he had issue,  i.    Jeremiah at midshipman Royal Navy drowned in the Straits of Gibraltar.   ii. Thomas now of Fanningstone.  iii.      William in the Hon. East India Company service.  b.      Jeremiah, formerly fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, master of Uppington school, successively vicar of Manton and of Ospringe, and Rector of Offord Darcy, (for an account of this eminent scholar and accomplished gentlemen see gentleman's Magazine 4 July 1828) married Frances Jackson and had by her an only daughter, Katherine, who married Daniel Ximenes. Two daughters who married the Irish families of Tuthill, or Villiers, and Langley.  c.        Mary born in 1702 married to James Weldon, merchant of London, brother of Spicer Weldon Esq., barrister at law  d. Frances married Ambrose Rendell of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, and had issue,  e.          Jane married Treadwell of Uppingham and had issue.  f. Elizabeth, born in 1706, died 12 July, 1781, died unmarried.  ., (3) Deed, 271-3-172935 1758 Oct 30. Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co Limerick, Gent & John APPLEYARD of City of Limerick, Surveyor...demised 200 acres...in Parish of Rilquin, Baronry of Bunratty, Co Clare  ALSO: Book 128, pg 437, #87484 Jan 16, 1747.) was born Abt. 1720 in of Fanningstown, Croom, Co. Limerick (Source: Note, Based on age of grandshildren.), and died 1780 in of Fanningstown, Croom, Co. Limerick, Ireland (Source: PRONI, T808/8246  Pre will made 12 October 1778 proved 18 October 1780.  Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown, County Limerick (or Tanningstown) to eldest son Thomas JACKSON all freeholds & copyholds in Great Britain and leaseholds in Ireland. To youngest son Rev. Jeremiah JACKSON of Abington in County Rutland in Great Britain, the advowson of the living of Preston in County Rutland in Great Britain and £1000 and furniture and plate sector in Great Britain. £10 each to daughters Francis LANGLEY and Elizabeth TUTHILL. Executor and residual are a lady: eldest son Thomas JACKSON. Witnesses Richard DEANE; William BENNETT; James LYONS. Probate to executor.   33 Mount Marion Ave..   Blackrock, County Dublin.   20 July 1913.   Dear Sir my charges for above abstract is 2s 6d.  Yours truly  .).  He married KATHERINE COX (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35., (2) Sir Bernard Burke, The Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I. London, 1875., 693, Widow of John ODELL; 5th daughter of Sampson COX.), daughter of SAMPSON COX and CONSTANTIA FITZMAURICE.  She was born in of The Grove, Co. Limerick, Ireland.

     

Children of JEREMIAH JACKSON and KATHERINE COX are:

9.           i.   THOMAS6 JACKSON, b. 1746; d. 12 May 1792, London, England.

10.        ii.   REV JEREMIAH JACKSON, b. Abt. 1750; d. Of Abington, Co. Rutland, Great Britain.

11.      iii.   FRANCES JACKSON, b. Abt. 1750.

12.       iv.   ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. Abt. 1750, of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland; d. 16 May 1826, 50 Stephens Green, Dublin. Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

7.  HUGH6 JACKSON (THOMAS5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, HUGH JACKSON, Esq., who succeeded his father in 1771. He married in 1767, Jane, daughter of Mary, wife of James Weldon, and daughter of Francis and Frances Jackson, by whom (who died 22 April 1816) he had issue,  I. Thomas, born 20 March 1768, (died 28 June 1800), married Elizabeth daughter and coheiress of Tobias Hippisley, Esq. of Hamilton, Rutland, (the elder branch of the Sommerset-shire family, and had issue,  a.        Thomas Hippisley of Stamford, married Sarah, daughter of the Rev. William Pochan, Rector of Morcott, and has issue.  b.      John of Hampstead, married Anna Dodsworth, daughter of Sir William Beechey, knight and has issue.   c.      Hugh of Hampstead, married Eliza, daughter of Thomas Graham Arnold, M.D., of Stamford, and has issue,   d.  Elizabeth died unmarried.  e. Susanna married Col. John Elliott Cairns of Coleraine, Ireland, and has issue.  .) was born 11 Oct 1745, and died 28 Apr 1829 in of Duddington.  He married JANE WELDON 1767, daughter of JAMES WELDON and MARY JACKSON.  She died 22 Apr 1816.

     

Children of HUGH JACKSON and JANE WELDON are:

13.         i.   THOMAS7 JACKSON, b. 20 Mar 1768; d. 28 Jun 1800, Stamford, Lincoln, England.

14.        ii.   WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 12 May 1769; d. 02 Aug 1810.

           iii.   HUGH JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, JACKSON, HUGH, Esq. Of Duddington, County Northampton, and of Wisbech, in the Isle of Ely, born 26 July, 1771; married first, in 1797, Ann, daughter of John Marshall, Esq. of Walderesea House, Elm, in the Isle of Ely, high Sheriff of the counties of Cambridge and Huntington in 1805, and by her (who died in 19 January 1838) had issue,  I.         Hugh John, died 1 December 1818, aged 16 years.  II.  WILLIAM GODDARD, of Wisbech, and of Mount Maskell, North Cray, Kent, married Harriet, daughter of Matthew Burchall, Esq., and sister of William John Burchall, LLB, the African traveler and naturalist and has issue,  William Goddard.  And Jane.  Mary.  Carolyn.  Harriet.  Anna.  Elizabeth.  III.     Joseph Marshall, Rector of Bow-Brickhill, Buckinghamshire, married Harriet, daughter of William Margetts, Esq. of Huntington, and has issue, Hugh John and other children.  IV.       Maryanne, died 11 March, 1804, age 3.    Mr. Jackson married secondly in 1839, Elizabeth, daughter of John Patrick Moore, Esq. of Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire. He succeeded his father Hugh Jackson, Esq. in his estate at Duddington in 1829.), b. 26 Jul 1771; d. of Duddington; m. (1) ELIZABETH MOORE (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); m. (2) ANN MARSHALL, 1797; d. 19 Jan 1838.

            iv.   JEREMIAH JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Jeremiah, born 29 July 1775, sometime fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, magistrate for the Isle of Ely, prebendary of Brecon and vicar of Elm-cum-Emneth, married in 1801 Marianne daughter of the Rev. Robert Willan, formerly fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge and vicar of Cardington, by whom he has issue:  a.     Edward born 30 March 1802 married Jane daughter of John Goddard Marshall, Esq. of Elm and has issue  b.  Henry, M.A., of Magdalene College, Cambridge.  c.     Francis, married Lucy, daughter of Joseph Marshall Esq. of Waldersea House, Elm, high Sheriff of the counties of Cambridge and Huntington, in 1841 and has issue.  d.    Frederick, M.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge, incumbent minister of Leverington, Parson-Drove.  e.      Thomas Jobson.   f.           William Hugh.  g.       Francis.  h.      Emily.  .), b. 29 Jul 1775; m. MARIANNE WILLAN, 1801.

             v.   JAMES JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, James born 1 August 1777 entered the Royal Navy, and died 22 January 1800, unmarried.), b. 01 Aug 1777; d. 22 Jan 1800.

            vi.   CAROLYN MARY JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Carolyn Mary born 26 August 1782 married first John Goddard Marshall, Esq. of Elm, had by him (who died 10 June 1825),  a.            John Goddard, married Nancy Adair Moncrief,  b.          Jane married Edward Jackson as above stated.   She married secondly the Rev. John Russell Kristofferson, LL.B., late Rector of Grainsby and vicar of Eagle.  .), b. 26 Aug 1782; m. (1) JOHN GODDARD MARSHALL (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); d. 10 Jun 1825, of Elm; m. (2) JOHN RUSSELL KRISTOPHERSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.).

 

 

8.  FRANCES6 JACKSON (THOMAS5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Married her cousin, Jeremiah.).  She married REV JEREMIAH JACKSON (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Jeremiah, formerly fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, master of Uppington school, successively vicar of Manton and of Ospringe, and Rector of Offord Darcy, (for an account of this eminent scholar and accomplished gentlemen see gentleman's Magazine 4 July 1828) married Frances Jackson and had by her an only daughter, Katherine, who married Daniel Ximenes. Two daughters who married the Irish families of Tuthill, or Villiers, and Langley., (2) Note, Based on age of siblings.), son of JEREMIAH JACKSON and KATHERINE COX.  He was born Abt. 1750, and died in Of Abington, Co. Rutland, Great Britain.

     

Child of FRANCES JACKSON and JEREMIAH JACKSON is:

              i.   KATHERINE7 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), m. DANIEL XIMENES (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); b. Abt. 1750, of Hurst grove; d. 1828, Offard, Darcy, England.

 

 

9.  THOMAS6 JACKSON (JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, a.        Thomas died in London 12 May, 1792, age 46 years, and buried at  Duddington,  married Barbara Gould, daughter of William Reid, Esq. of Bradford, Wiltshire, by whom who after his decease married Nathaniel Simpson, Esq. of the South Sea house he had issue,  i. Jeremiah at midshipman Royal Navy drowned in the Straits of Gibraltar.   ii.          Thomas now of Fanningstone.  iii.    William in the Hon. East India Company service  .) was born 1746, and died 12 May 1792 in London, England.  He married BARBARA REID (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.) 1780 (Source: Dublin Public Record Office, Dublin, Public Record Office: M5602a: Papers relating to Charlotte Jackson 1888-9, 1898 with marriage settlement of Thomas Jackson of Formingstown [Fanningstown], Co. Limerick and Barbara Gould Read, 1780.), daughter of WILLIAM REID.  She was born in of Bradford, Wiltshire, England.

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and BARBARA REID are:

              i.   JEREMIAH7 JACKSON (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Jeremiah at midshipman Royal Navy drowned in the Straits of Gibraltar., (2) Note, Based on age of siblings.), b. Abt. 1780; d. 10 Dec 1796, drowned in the Straits of Gibraltar (Source: Misc, Drowned on board the "Courageux" off the Coast of Africa.).

15.        ii.   THOMAS JACKSON, b. 28 Oct 1782; d. 1857, of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland.

           iii.   WILLIAM JOHN JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, William in the Hon. East India Company service.), d. 28 Jan 1797, Bellary, , East Indies. (Source: Misc, In East India Co.).

            iv.   CATHERINE BARBARA JACKSON, d. 1847, of Upwey.

 

 

10.  REV JEREMIAH6 JACKSON (JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Jeremiah, formerly fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, master of Uppington school, successively vicar of Manton and of Ospringe, and Rector of Offord Darcy, (for an account of this eminent scholar and accomplished gentlemen see gentleman's Magazine 4 July 1828) married Frances Jackson and had by her an only daughter, Katherine, who married Daniel Ximenes. Two daughters who married the Irish families of Tuthill, or Villiers, and Langley., (2) Note, Based on age of siblings.) was born Abt. 1750, and died in Of Abington, Co. Rutland, Great Britain.  He married FRANCES JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Married her cousin, Jeremiah.), daughter of THOMAS JACKSON and FRANCES CARTWRIGHT. 

     

Child is listed above under (8) Frances Jackson.

 

11.  FRANCES6 JACKSON (JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed., (2) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.) was born Abt. 1750 (Source: Note, Conjecture based on age of daughter.).  She married ESQ. HENRY LANGLEY (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35., (2) The Irish Genealogist, FINN'S LEINSTER JOURNAL 1770 Births, Marriages and Deaths By H. F. Morris  Continued from Vol. viii, p. 73  Kilkenny, 20 June Married a few days ago, Henry LANGLEY of Springfield in the county of Tipperary, Esq; to Miss Jackson of the county of Limerick, a young lady endowed with every accomplishment that can render the marriage state truly happy, with a large fortune.   .) 1770 (Source: Deed, 284-540-185681  1770 May 25 JACKSON Frances eldest daughter of Jeremiah JACKSON Esq of  Fanningstown LIM marriage articles .), son of CHARLES LANGLEY and ALICE CROKER.  He was born  in Of Springfield, Co. Tipperary, Ireland & of Lisnamrode, Co. Tipperary, Ireland (Source: Sir Bernard Burke, The Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I. London, 1875., of Lisnamrode, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.).

     

Child of FRANCES JACKSON and HENRY LANGLEY is:

16.         i.   CATHERINE7 LANGLEY, b. 1772, Lisnamrock, Co. Tipperary; d. 25 Mar 1854, 2 Salem Place, Dublin.

 

 

12.  ELIZABETH6 JACKSON (JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35, Elizabeth  his wife, dau. of Jeremiah  Jackson of Fanningstown,  Co. Limerick.) was born Abt. 1750 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland (Source: Note, Conjecture based on age of son.), and died 16 May 1826 in 50 Stephens Green, Dublin. Ireland.  She married JOHN TUTHILL (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35., (2) Note, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/e/t/J-n-Seth/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0015.html  assumed name of Villierss in accordance with the will of his Uncle- Edward Villiers of Kilpeacon in March 1784., (3) Sir Bernard Burke, Genealogical and Heraldic History of Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I. London 1875, JOHN TUTHILL, of Kilmo.e, Ballyliney and Doorlass, b. i Jan.   1744, at Faha, co. Limerick. In March, 1794, he assumed the name   of VILLIERS in lieu of his patronymic of TUTHILL, in accordance with   the will of his uncle, Edward Villiers, of Kilpeacon. He d. 20 July,   1814, at his house, 50, Stephen's Green, Dublin, and was bur. 24 July,   1814, at Rathcoole Cemetery, co. Dublin, M.I. ; will dated 29june,,   1811 (signed J. Villiers), proved 10 Aug. 1814. He m. 29 Dec. 1769,   Elizabeth, dau. of Jeremiah Jackson, of Fanningstown. She d.   16 May, 1826, aged 77, at 50, Stephen's Green, and was bur. 20 May,   1826, at Rathcoole Cemetery ; will dated 31 Dec. 1823 (signed   Elizabeth Villiers), proved 13 June, 1829. Issue, .) 29 Dec 1769, son of GEORGE TUTHILL and DOROTHEA VILLIERS.  He was born 01 Jan 1743/44 in Faha, CO. Limerick, Ireland, and died 20 Jul 1814 in 50 Stephens Green, Dublin. Ireland.

     

Children of ELIZABETH JACKSON and JOHN TUTHILL are:

17.         i.   GEORGE7 TUTHILL, b. 14 Feb 1771, Kilmore; d. 11 Aug 1842, 14 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin.

18.        ii.   THOMAS EDWARD VILLIERS TUTHILL, b. 09 Jul 1783; d. 1859.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

13.  THOMAS7 JACKSON (HUGH6, THOMAS5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, I.      Thomas, born 20 March 1768, (died 28 June 1800), married Elizabeth daughter and coheiress of Tobias Hippisley, Esq. of Hamilton, Rutland, (the elder branch of the Sommerset-shire family, and had issue,  a.      Thomas Hippisley of Stamford, married Sarah, daughter of the Rev. William Pochan, Rector of Morcott, and has issue.  b. John of Hampstead, married Anna Dodsworth, daughter of Sir William Beechey, knight and has issue.   c. Hugh of Hampstead, married Eliza, daughter of Thomas Graham Arnold, M.D., of Stamford, and has issue,   d.      Elizabeth died unmarried.  e.       Susanna married Col. John Elliott Cairns of Coleraine, Ireland, and has issue.  ., (2) NOTE, For dates of children's births see: JACKSON, F. Goddard. ''Catalogue of the Jackson (Duddington) Collection''. Northampton: Northamptonshire Record Office, 1960. NUI Galway http://www.landedestates.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/refsource-show.jsp?id=686     Also: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=malise&id=I6586 .) was born 20 Mar 1768, and died 28 Jun 1800 in Stamford, Lincoln, England.  He married ELIZABETH HIPPISLEY (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, widow of Thomas Jackson, married secondly, Capt. John Gardner, Royal Navy and had by him,  John Arthur Gardner, Esq. of Hamilton, barrister at law.  Charles Evans Gardiner, Esq. of Coleraine.  .) 17 Aug 1790 in Duddington, Northamptonshire, England, daughter of TOBIAS HIPPISLEY.  She was born 1773 in of Hamilton, Rutland.

 

More About THOMAS JACKSON:

Burial: 01 Jul 1800, Duddington, Northampton, England

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and ELIZABETH HIPPISLEY are:

              i.   THOMAS HIPPISLEY8 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Thomas Hippisley of Stamford, married Sarah, daughter of the Rev. William Pochan, Rector of Morcott, and has issue.), b. 17 May 1791; m. SARAH POCHAN.

             ii.   JOHN JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, John of Hampstead, married Anna Dodsworth, daughter of Sir William Beechey, knight and has issue. .), b. 02 Aug 1797; d. of Hampstead; m. ANNA DODSWORTH BEECHEY (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.).

           iii.   HUGH JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Hugh of Hampstead, married Eliza, daughter of Thomas Graham Arnold, M.D., of Stamford, and has issue, .), b. 25 May 1799; d. of Hampstead; m. ELIZA ARMOLD (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); b. of Stamford.

            iv.   ELIZABETH JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Elizabeth died unmarried.), b. 29 Aug 1792.

             v.   SUSANNA JACKSON (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, Susanna married Col. John Elliott Cairns of Coleraine, Ireland, and has issue., (2) NOTE, Birth Record from Burkes Landed Gentry Record; 28 Nov 1800    Col Cairnes & Susannah had 1 son and 2 daughters. The son was killed in India at Lucknow (1858?)  The news took 6 months to get home but it was too much for Susannah who is said to have died when told the news.    The second daughter was engaged but fiance died young so Catherine was the last of the Cairnes in this line  SOURCE: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=malise&id=I6539 .), b. 28 Nov 1800; d. Abt. 1858; m. JOHN ELLIOT CAIRNS (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.); b. 1785, of Coleraine.

 

 

14.  WILLIAM7 JACKSON (HUGH6, THOMAS5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, II.   William, born 12 May 1769, died 2 August 1810, married Sarah daughter and coheiress of Joseph Hawkins, Esq. of Barwell and Hinckley, County Leicester, and had by her an only son,   a.           William, married -- -- Bromhead, and died 10th October 1819 s.p.  .) was born 12 May 1769, and died 02 Aug 1810.  He married SARAH HAWKINS (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.), daughter of JOSEPH HAWKINS.  She was born in of Barwell and Hinckley, County Leicester.

     

Child of WILLIAM JACKSON and SARAH HAWKINS is:

              i.   WILLIAM8 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, William, married -- -- Bromhead, and died 10th October 1819 s.p.), d. 10 Oct 1819; m. UNNAMED BROMHEAD (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London.).

 

 

15.  THOMAS7 JACKSON (THOMAS6, JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: (1) A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London., (2) National Archives, RLFC2/Z18140  19/12/1845  William Crilly, agent and receiver to Thomas Jackson JP, Fanningstown, Croom, stating that the gentlemen had returned to the continent some time ago.) was born 28 Oct 1782, and died 1857 in of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland.  He married HELENA HALL 18 Sep 1805, daughter of SOBOR HALL.  She was born in of Darlington, and died Aug 1881.

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and HELENA HALL are:

              i.   THOMAS WILLAM8 JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, 693, Lieut. 35th regt.), b. 27 Dec 1809; d. 07 Oct 1827, St. Lucia, West Indies.

             ii.   FREDERICK HALL JACKSON (Source: A Genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol III, 1850, London, 693, Capt 57th regt. The date of date was given as 1815- but this must be incorrect. Another edition has 1845.), b. 28 May 1812; d. 10 Oct 1845, Arcot, East Indies.

           iii.   HAMILTON LLEWELLIN JACKSON (Source: (1) Edward Walford. , Country Families of the United Kingdom., London 1860., 338-339, JACKSON, Hamilton Llewellin, Esq. (of Fanningstown Castle).  Eldest son of the late Thomas Jackson, Esq., by Helena, dau. of the late Sober Hall, Esq., of Darlington ; b. 1816 ; s. 1857 ; m. 1844 Henrietta Amelia, 3rd dau. of the late John Donadelli, Esq.   Is a Magistrate for cos. Limerick and Clare, and holds a Captain's commission in the Austrian army. This family is a branch of the Jacksons of Duddington, co. Northampton.—-Fanningstown Castle, near Croom, co. Limerick ; Kildare-Street Club, Dublin ; Windham Club, S.W. Heir, his son George Ingelheim, b. 1845. SEE also: http://www.fanningstowncastle.com/hist19.htm  In 1850, the townland of Fanningstown was largely owned by Hamilton JACKSON. NOTE: This family goes back to Nicholas JACKSON (1570-1662) of Duddington. SOURCE: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=9NDTAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA178&lpg=PA178&dq=Fanningstown+Castle+Jackson&source=bl&ots=kiGr8f0n5E&sig=crLhN1qMrNQ3UiH8o-0kRk_Arhc&hl=en&ei=l6IGTO3lNMP7lwfxn6nnCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=8&ved=0CCoQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Fanningstown%20Castle%20Jackson&f=false., (2) Sir Bernard Burke, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. , London, 1884, P 415  Gould (Upwey, co. Dorset; exemplified to Hamilton Llewellyn JACKSON, eldest surviving son of THOMAS JACKSON, Esq., of Fanningstown, co. Limerick, and grandson of THOMAS JACKSON, Esq., of same place, by BARBARA GOULD, his wife, dau. of WILLIAM READ, Esq., of Bradford, co. Wilts, and BARBARA, his wife, sister and heiress of JAMES GOULD, Esq., of Upwey, upon his assuming, by royal licence, 1871, the name of GOULD in place of JACKSON). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per sal tire az. and or, a lion ramp, counterchanged, for GOULD; 2nd and 3rd, ar. a greyhound courant ermines betw. three eagles* heads erased sa., for JACKSON. Crest— An arm embowed vested vert, holding in the hand a flagstaff ppr. therefrom flowing a banner or, charged with three barrulets wavy az. on a canton ar. a cross gu. Motto— Revirescai.  .), b. 11 Aug 1816, of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Ireland; m. HENRIETTA AMELIA DONADELLI (Source: Edward Walford. , Country Families of the United Kingdom., London 1860., 338.), 29 Apr 1844.

            iv.   HARVEY VILLIERS JACKSON, b. 25 Jan 1824; d. 29 Jan 1824.

             v.   HELENA JACKSON, b. 14 Sep 1806.

            vi.   CATHERINE JACKSON, b. 01 Apr 1808; d. 22 Jun 1814.

           vii.   MARY FRANCES JACKSON, b. 06 Aug 1815; d. 29 Aug 1815.

 

 

16.  CATHERINE7 LANGLEY (FRANCES6 JACKSON, JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35, Catherine, dau. of  Henry Langley of  Lisnamrock Co.Tipperary, by Frances  his wife, dau. of  Jeremiah Jackson of  Fanningstown, by  Katherine his wife ;  born at Lisnamrock  in 1772 ; marr. at  Killenaule, co. Tipperary, by Rev.  Samuel Riall, 23  Feb. 1792 ; died at  2 Salem Place, Dublin, aged 82, 25 Mar.,  bur. in the family  vault at Mount  Jerome Cemetery  29 March 1854. Will  dated 13 Oct. 1851,  proved 13 April  1854. .) was born 1772 in Lisnamrock, Co. Tipperary, and died 25 Mar 1854 in 2 Salem Place, Dublin.  She married GEORGE TUTHILL (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35, George Tuthill of Kilmore and Ballyteigue Co. Limerick (eldest son of John Tuthill  of Kilmore [who took the  name of Villiers in March  1794, in accordance with  the will of his uncle, Edward Villiers of Kilpeacon,  Co. Limerick], by Elizabeth  his wife, dau. of Jeremiah  Jackson of Fanningstown,  Co. Limerick); born at Kilmore 14 Feb. 1771, and  bapt. the next day ; died at his house, 14 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, 11 Aug., bur. in the family  vault at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin,  15 Aug. 1842. Will dated 19 Aug. 1841, proved 10 Sept. 1842. .) 23 Feb 1792 in Killenaule, Co. Tipperary, son of JOHN TUTHILL and ELIZABETH JACKSON.  He was born 14 Feb 1771 in Kilmore, and died 11 Aug 1842 in 14 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin.

     

Child of CATHERINE LANGLEY and GEORGE TUTHILL is:

              i.   JOHN8 TUTHILL (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35, Tuthill of Kilmore born at Lisnamrock 3 June, bapt. Killenaule by Rev. Samuel Riall 4 July died at Birr, County, 13 Feb., in Clonoghill Cemetery, near Birr, 1876. Will dated Feb. 1876, proved Principal Registry, Dublin, 25 March by Margaret Tuthill, widow, and Rev. MacKeeof Nurney, co. Carlow, two Exors.  ., (2) Sir Bernard Burke, Genealogical and Heraldic History of Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I. London 1875, JOHN TUTHILL, of Kilmore, Ballyliney and Doorless, and of   Rapla, co. Tipperary, b. 3 June, 1793, at Lisnamrock Castle ; ad-   mitted 19 May, 1815, Middle Temple ; d. 13 Feb. 1876, at Birr ; bur.   at Clonoghil Cemetery ; [will dated 12 Feb. 1876, proved 25 March,   1876 ; m. ist, 12 May, 1815, at St. Peter's, Dublin, Anna Strettell   dau. of Strettel Jackson, of Peterborough, near Cork, and sister of   Mr. Justice Jackson, sometime M.P. for Bandon. She d. 20 March,   1844, at Rapla. Issue,     John Tuthill m. 2ndly, 15 Dec. 1846, at St. Peter's Dublin, Margaret,   eldest dau. of Robert Lloyd, M.D. (see LLOYD of Lossett) (b. 10 March,   1812. at Clare Street, Dublin d. 21 Dec. 1895, at 27, Northbrook   Road, Dublin, and bur. at Clonoghil Cemetery ; will proved 24 Jan.   1896). Issue, .), b. 03 Jun 1793, Lisnamrock Castle; d. 13 Feb 1876, Birr, Kings Co., Ireland; m. (1) ANNA STRETTELL JACKSON (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, Anna Strettel,dau.= of Strettel Jackson of Cork, by Mary Cossens his wife ; born at Cork in 1793 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Dublin, 12 May 1815 ; died at Rapla, co. Tipperary, 20 March, bur. in Knigh Burial Ground, near Rapla, 24 March 1844. ist   wife.   SOURCE: http://www.archive.org/stream/visitationofirel00howa/visitationofirel00howa_djvu.txt  .), 12 May 1815, St. Peters, Dublin; b. 1793, Cork; d. 20 Mar 1844, Rapla, Co. Tipperary; m. (2) MARGARET LLOYD (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed.), 15 Dec 1846, St. Peters, Dublin, Ireland; b. 10 Mar 1812, Clare St., Dublin, Ireland; d. 21 Dec 1895.

 

 

17.  GEORGE7 TUTHILL (ELIZABETH6 JACKSON, JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35, George Tuthill of Kilmore and Ballyteigue Co. Limerick (eldest son of John Tuthill  of Kilmore [who took the  name of Villiers in March  1794, in accordance with  the will of his uncle, Edward Villiers of Kilpeacon,  Co. Limerick], by Elizabeth  his wife, dau. of Jeremiah  Jackson of Fanningstown,  Co. Limerick); born at Kilmore 14 Feb. 1771, and  bapt. the next day ; died at his house, 14 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, 11 Aug., bur. in the family  vault at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin,  15 Aug. 1842. Will dated 19 Aug. 1841, proved 10 Sept. 1842. .) was born 14 Feb 1771 in Kilmore, and died 11 Aug 1842 in 14 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin.  He married CATHERINE LANGLEY (Source: Joseph Jackson Howard  & Frederick Arthur Crisp ed, Visitation of Ireland Vol I, 1897. Privately printed, 35, Catherine, dau. of  Henry Langley of  Lisnamrock Co.Tipperary, by Frances  his wife, dau. of  Jeremiah Jackson of  Fanningstown, by  Katherine his wife ;  born at Lisnamrock  in 1772 ; marr. at  Killenaule, co. Tipperary, by Rev.  Samuel Riall, 23  Feb. 1792 ; died at  2 Salem Place, Dublin, aged 82, 25 Mar.,  bur. in the family  vault at Mount  Jerome Cemetery  29 March 1854. Will  dated 13 Oct. 1851,  proved 13 April  1854. .) 23 Feb 1792 in Killenaule, Co. Tipperary, daughter of HENRY LANGLEY and FRANCES JACKSON.  She was born 1772 in Lisnamrock, Co. Tipperary, and died 25 Mar 1854 in 2 Salem Place, Dublin.

     

Child is listed above under (16) Catherine Langley.

 

18.  THOMAS EDWARD VILLIERS7 TUTHILL (ELIZABETH6 JACKSON, JEREMIAH5, FRANCIS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, NICHOLAS1) (Source: Note, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/e/t/J-n-Seth/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0015.html.) was born 09 Jul 1783, and died 1859.  He married ANNE STACK (Source: Note, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/e/t/J-n-Seth/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0015.html.). 

     

Child of THOMAS TUTHILL and ANNE STACK is:

              i.   JACKSON VILLIERS8 TUTHILL (Source: The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales., P 1039,   Tuthill (Dublin: confirmed by [Iletliam?], Ulster, to Jackson Villiers TUTHILL, of Dublin, and the descendants of his grandfather). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. on a bend cotised or. a lion pass. sa. betw. two trefoils slipped vert, for TUTHILL; 2nd and 3rd, ar. on a cross gu. five escallops or, a trefoil in the canton vert, for VILLIERS. Crests—1st, TUTHILL: Out of a coronet composed of a rose in the centre two trefoils and two thistles, flowered heads or, a wolfs head sn. ; 2nd, VILLIERS: Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion ramp. ar. ducally crowned or, armed and langued gu. Mottoes—Over the crests: Fidei coticula crux; under the arms: Vincere aut mori.   .).

 

 

 

 

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