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This tree is the accompaniment to the outline tree at Jacksons of Lisnaboe. The most recent updates will always be found at the rootsweb tree.
NOTE: The sources for much of the detail included in this tree come from http://www.farrell-family.org/ an excellent site with hundreds of primary sources managed by Bill and Mary Farrell. A more recent researcher who added considerable detail and corrections is Adam Edwards. I am grateful to them and at least a dozen others, with special mention of Peadar Murnane and his supurb publication: At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity. Every town should be so lucky to have a historian and writer such as him.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 28, 2011
NOTE: If I have made errors - and I likely have - please let me know so I can correct them.

 

 

Descendants of Unnamed Jackson

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  UNNAMED6 JACKSON  (JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)1,2,3.

     

Child of UNNAMED JACKSON is:

2.           i.   HENRY7 JACKSON, d. Bet. 1778 - 1796, probably Lisnaboe, Co. Meath.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  HENRY7 JACKSON (UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)4,5,6,7,8,9,10 died Bet. 1778 - 1796 in probably Lisnaboe, Co. Meath11,12.  He married MARY.  She died Aft. 175413.

     

Children of HENRY JACKSON and MARY are:

3.           i.   HUGH8 JACKSON, b. 1709, Lisnaboe, Co. Meath, Ireland; d. 16 May 1777, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

             ii.   JAMES JACKSON13, b. Abt. 171113.

4.        iii.   THOMAS JACKSON, b. probably Lisnaboe, Co. Meath; d. 1796.

            iv.   HENRY JACKSON13,14, m. UNNAMED BALFE15.

             v.   ELEANOR JACKSON15, m. UNNAMED CREIGHTON.

            vi.   ANNE JACKSON.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  HUGH8 JACKSON (HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)15,16,17,18,19 was born 1709 in Lisnaboe, Co. Meath, Ireland20, and died 16 May 1777 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan20,21.  He married ELLINOR GAULT22,23 173424,25, daughter of ADAM GAULT.  She was born 1711 in Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan26, and died 24 Oct 1791 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan26.

     

Children of HUGH JACKSON and ELLINOR GAULT are:

5.           i.   JAMES9 JACKSON, b. 1743, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 05 Mar 1822, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

6.          ii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. 1744; d. 15 Mar 1824, of Crieve House, Co. Monaghan.

7.        iii.   ALEXANDER JACKSON, b. Abt. 1749; d. 18 Oct 1796, of Cremorne House, Co. Monaghan.

            iv.   MARY JACKSON27, b. 1749; d. 1784.

8.          v.   HENRY JACKSON, b. 1750, probably Carnaveagh House, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 30 Jun 1817, Baltimore, Maryland, America.

9.         vi.   HUGH JACKSON, b. 1751; d. 11 Sep 1810, of Drumfaldra House, Ballybay, Co, Monaghan.

 

 

4.  THOMAS8 JACKSON (HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)28,29 was born in probably Lisnaboe, Co. Meath, and died 179630,31.  He married ANNE GORDON32,33,34, daughter of THOMAS GORDON and ESTHER UNNAMED. 

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and ANNE GORDON are:

              i.   MARY9 JACKSON.

             ii.   ESTHER JACKSON35.

           iii.   ANNE JACKSON35.

            iv.   CATHERINE JACKSON35.

             v.   DOROTHY JACKSON35.

            vi.   GORDON JACKSON36,37,38.

           vii.   HENRY JACKSON39.

         viii.   THOMAS JACKSON40.

            ix.   CHARLES JACKSON41,42, b. Abt. 1738; d. 18 Oct 1813, Woodbine Cottage, Co. Louth.

             x.   ALEXANDER JACKSON43.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

5.  JAMES9 JACKSON (HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)44,45 was born 1743 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland46, and died 05 Mar 1822 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland46,47,48.  He married (1) SARAH BLACK.    He married (2) MARY STEEL49 19 May 1768, daughter of WALTER STEEL.  She was born Bet. 1749 - 1753 in Carlingsford, Co. Monaghan, Ireland50, and died 09 May 1784 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland50.

     

Children of JAMES JACKSON and SARAH BLACK are:

              i.   ELIZABETH10 JACKSON51, b. Aft. 1784, probably Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; m. WILLIAM MCCULLAGH52.

             ii.   WILLIAM JACKSON53,54, b. Aft. 1784, probably Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

           iii.   THOMAS JACKSON55,56, b. Aft. 1784, probably Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

            iv.   SUSAN JACKSON57,58, b. Aft. 1784, probably Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; m. UNNAMED MARTIN.

10.        v.   HENRY JACKSON, b. 1799, Ireland; d. 02 Nov 1874, Brackley, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            vi.   ANN JACKSON59.

 

     

Children of JAMES JACKSON and MARY STEEL are:

11.      vii.   HUGH10 JACKSON, b. 28 Apr 1769, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 1806.

         viii.   WALTER JACKSON60, b. 11 Jul 1770, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan61; d. At sea61.

            ix.   HENRY JACKSON62, b. 09 Jun 1771, probably Ballybay, Co. Monaghan62; d. Abt. 177362,63.

12.        x.   SARAH JACKSON, b. 08 Oct 1772, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 13 Sep 1843, Ardoyne Plantation, La., America.

            xi.   JOHN JACKSON64, b. 07 Nov 1773, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan65; d. 28 Apr 1832, Florence, Al. USA65; m. SARAH ELIZABETH MCCREA65, probably Philadelphia66; b. 25 Jul 1779, of Philadelphia, PA, America; d. Bef. 1832.

13.      xii.   ELLEN JACKSON, b. 18 Nov 1774, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 30 May 1850, New Orleans, LA, America.

         xiii.   ALEXANDER JACKSON67, b. 1776, probably Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 24 Jul 1826, Forks of Cypress, near Florence Alabama, USA68,69; m. MARY BRYAN; b. of Ballybay.

14.     xiv.   MARTHA JACKSON, b. 09 May 1777, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 1808, Dublin, CO. Dublin, Ireland.

           xv.   HENRY JACKSON70, b. 29 Mar 1780, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan70,71; d. Abt. 178172.

15.     xvi.   MARY JACKSON, b. 23 Jul 1781, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. Bef. 1820, Ireland.

16.    xvii.   JAMES JACKSON, b. 25 Oct 1782, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan; d. 17 Aug 1840, Florence, Al, USA.

       xviii.   WASHINGTON JACKSON72, b. 21 Jan 1784, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan73; d. 14 Jul 1865, London, England; m. ANNA MARIA DAWSON74.

 

 

6.  JOHN9 JACKSON (HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)74,75 was born 174476, and died 15 Mar 1824 in of Crieve House, Co. Monaghan76,77.  He married SARAH BRUNKER78 177879,80, daughter of BRABAZONE BRUNKER and DOROTHY GAULT.  She was born 175181, and died 22 Jan 1820 in of Crieve House, Co. Monaghan81,82,83.

     

Children of JOHN JACKSON and SARAH BRUNKER are:

17.         i.   HUGH10 JACKSON, b. 1783; d. 1833, At sea.

18.        ii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. Abt. 1795, of Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan; d. 1839, Athens (near Florence), Alabama.

19.      iii.   ELLEN JACKSON, b. of Crieve, Co. Monaghan; d. 19 Oct 1852.

20.       iv.   DOROTHEA JACKSON, b. Abt. 1780.

             v.   SALLY SARAH JACKSON84,85.

21.       vi.   ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 1791, Ireland; d. 06 Jun 1846, of Cremorne and Monaghey.

22.      vii.   FRANCES JACKSON, b. 1789; d. 03 May 1838.

         viii.   BRABAZONE JACKSON86, b. Ireland; d. Ireland.

            ix.   MARY JACKSON87, b. Ireland; m. JAMES GIVEN87.

 

 

7.  ALEXANDER9 JACKSON (HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)87,88 was born Abt. 1749, and died 18 Oct 1796 in of Cremorne House, Co. Monaghan89.  He married MARY HENRY90,91 31 Oct 1786 in Ireland92,93, daughter of JOHN HENRY.  She was born 1769 in of Broomfield, Co. Monaghan94, and died 1833.

     

Children of ALEXANDER JACKSON and MARY HENRY are:

23.         i.   HUGH10 JACKSON, b. 06 Jul 1787; d. 1816, Liffey River, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

24.        ii.   MARY JACKSON, b. 25 Jun 1788; d. 19 Dec 1849, New Orleans, LA, America.

25.      iii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. 16 Jun 1789, Ireland; d. 10 Jun 1877, of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            iv.   ELLEN JACKSON95, b. 25 May 1791; d. 14 Oct 1791, of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan96.

             v.   ELEANOR JACKSON97,98, b. 04 Feb 1793; d. 1873, Cootehill, Co. Cavan, Ireland99.

            vi.   SARAH JACKSON100,101, b. 24 Mar 1795; d. 06 Apr 1876102.

26.      vii.   DORCAS JACKSON, b. 27 Jan 1797; d. 15 Feb 1874, of Ballier, Armagh, Ireland.

 

 

8.  HENRY9 JACKSON (HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)103,104,105,106 was born 1750 in probably Carnaveagh House, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan107, and died 30 Jun 1817 in Baltimore, Maryland, America107,108,109.  He married ELIZABETH MCGRATH110,111 May 1771111,112,113.  She died 1805 in Baltimore, Maryland, America114.

     

Children of HENRY JACKSON and ELIZABETH MCGRATH are:

27.         i.   ELEANOR10 JACKSON, b. 1772, of Pill Lane, Dublin, Ireland; d. 13 Sep 1843, Baltimore, Maryland, America.

             ii.   HUGH JACKSON, b. 1773115; d. 1817.

           iii.   JANE JACKSON116, b. Abt. 1774; d. Aft. 1850.

28.       iv.   BOLTON JACKSON, b. 1783, Ireland; d. 24 Mar 1838, Baltimore, Maryland, America.

 

 

9.  HUGH9 JACKSON (HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)117,118,119 was born 1751120, and died 11 Sep 1810 in of Drumfaldra House, Ballybay, Co, Monaghan120,121.  He married LETITIA THOMSON122 1780123, daughter of HUMPHREY THOMSON and LETITIA THOMPSON.  She was born 1761124, and died 11 Feb 1826 in Ireland124,125.

     

Children of HUGH JACKSON and LETITIA THOMSON are:

              i.   JANE10 JACKSON126.

29.        ii.   ELEANORE JACKSON, b. 18 Jan 1781, of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan; d. 18 Jan 1807, Mrs Bond's House in Dublin.

           iii.   LETITIA JACKSON, b. 22 Jan 1782; d. 20 Apr 1783.

            iv.   HUGH JACKSON, b. 19 Jan 1783; d. 18 May 1783.

30.        v.   HUMPHREY JACKSON, b. 24 Nov 1784, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 18 Jan 1833, Crosby, Harris Co., Texas, America.

            vi.   HUGH JACKSON, b. 02 Dec 1785; d. 15 Sep 1805, America127.

           vii.   SUSANA JACKSON, b. 02 Apr 1787; d. 23 May 1787.

         viii.   LETITIA JACKSON, b. 24 Jul 1788; d. 11 Aug 1815, America.

31.       ix.   ISABELLA JACKSON, b. 21 Oct 1789, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 20 May 1827, Cootehill, Co. Cavan.

             x.   SUSANA JACKSON, b. 25 Jun 1792; d. 31 Dec 1824128.

            xi.   JAMES JACKSON129,130,131, b. 08 Sep 1793; d. 13 May 1824, New Oreleans, LA, USA132,133.

           xii.   HENRY JACKSON, b. 05 Jul 1795; d. 1814, America134,135.

         xiii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. 13 Nov 1797; d. 09 Feb 1798.

32.     xiv.   ALEXANDER JACKSON, b. 02 Aug 1799; d. 06 Aug 1839, USA.

           xv.   MARY JACKSON136,137, b. 29 Oct 1800138; d. 1895, Florence138.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

10.  HENRY10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)139,140,141 was born 1799 in Ireland, and died 02 Nov 1874 in Brackley, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.  He married JANE UNKNOWN142.  She was born 1803, and died 1871 in Castelblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

     

Children of HENRY JACKSON and JANE UNKNOWN are:

33.         i.   ELIZABETH11 JACKSON, b. Abt. 1831, Co. Monaghan; d. 17 Sep 1901, Co. Down, Ireland.

             ii.   SUSAN JACKSON, b. Abt. 1821; d. 02 Nov 1894, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland143.

34.      iii.   WILLIAM JACKSON, b. 1836, Ireland; d. 05 May 1912, Brackley, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            iv.   JANE JACKSON144, b. Abt. 1840; d. 18 Oct 1906, Toneyellida, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; m. ROBERT CUMING, 1873, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan; b. Abt. 1850; d. 1929, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

35.        v.   THOMAS HENRY JACKSON, b. Abt. 1843; d. 21 Apr 1876, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            vi.   LETITIA JACKSON145, b. Abt. 1851, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 02 Feb 1925, Ballymena, Co. Antrim146.

 

 

11.  HUGH10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)147,148,149 was born 28 Apr 1769 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, and died 1806.

     

Child of HUGH JACKSON is:

              i.   WALTER11 JACKSON.

 

 

12.  SARAH10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)150,151 was born 08 Oct 1772 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan152, and died 13 Sep 1843 in Ardoyne Plantation, La., America152.  She married JAMES HANNA153 Abt. 1798, son of UNNAMED HANNA.  He was born 1772 in Co. Meath, Ireland154, and died 05 May 1818 in Ardoyne Plantation, La., America155.

     

Child of SARAH JACKSON and JAMES HANNA is:

              i.   JAMES JACKSON11 HANNA156, b. Abt. 1800, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 01 Jan 1867, New Orleans, LA, America.

 

 

13.  ELLEN10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)157 was born 18 Nov 1774 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan158, and died 30 May 1850 in New Orleans, LA, America158.  She married THOMAS KIRKMAN159,160 06 May 1799 in Cork, Ireland161, son of THOMAS KIRKMAN and BARBARA CARROLL.  He was born 24 Dec 1779 in Cork161, and died 07 Apr 1826 in Nashville, TN, USA161.

     

Children of ELLEN JACKSON and THOMAS KIRKMAN are:

              i.   JAMES11 KIRKMAN, b. Rockafield, Ireland; m. MARY STEELE JACKSON, 25 Feb 1830162; b. 08 Sep 1811, USA163; d. 13 Mar 1833, Forks of Cypress, near Florence Alabama, USA.

             ii.   THOMAS KIRKMAN163, b. Rockafield, Ireland; m. ELIZABETH BROWN MCCULLAGH163, 17 Mar 1827; b. 25 May 1809, Rutherford Co., Tennessee, America.

 

 

14.  MARTHA10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)164 was born 09 May 1777 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, and died 1808 in Dublin, CO. Dublin, Ireland.  She married COL HUGH HANNA164,165, son of UNNAMED HANNA.  He was born 1770, and died 16 Jun 1806 in India166.

     

Children of MARTHA JACKSON and HUGH HANNA are:

              i.   MARY11 HANNA, b. 1801; d. 1843.

             ii.   ANNE HANNA, b. 1802; d. 1886, Tennassee, America.

 

 

15.  MARY10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)167,168 was born 23 Jul 1781 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan169,170, and died Bef. 1820 in Ireland171.  She married WILLIAM STANLEY MCDANIEL172.  He was born in of Carrickmacross.

     

Children of MARY JACKSON and WILLIAM MCDANIEL are:

              i.   WILLIAM11 MCDANIEL173, b. Bef. 1820.

             ii.   MARY MCDANIEL173, b. Bef. 1820.

 

 

16.  JAMES10 JACKSON (JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)174,175,176,177,178 was born 25 Oct 1782 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan179, and died 17 Aug 1840 in Florence, Al, USA180.  He married SARAH MOORE181 28 Dec 1810 in Probably Nashville, Tennessee, America.  She was born 10 Jul 1790 in Halifax, NC, USA182, and died 24 Dec 1879 in Florence, Al. USA182.

     

Children of JAMES JACKSON and SARAH MOORE are:

              i.   MARY STEELE11 JACKSON, b. 08 Sep 1811, USA183; d. 13 Mar 1833, Forks of Cypress, near Florence Alabama, USA; m. JAMES KIRKMAN, 25 Feb 1830184; b. Rockafield, Ireland.

             ii.   MARTHA JACKSON, b. 20 Oct 1812, USA.

           iii.   MARY ELLEN JACKSON, b. 31 May 1814, Greenvale; m. ABRAM D. HUNT, 29 Jun 1830184.

            iv.   ANDREW JACKSON, b. 20 Jun 1816, Greenvale.

             v.   SARAH JACKSON185, b. 29 Sep 1819, Lauderdale, Co. AL.

            vi.   JAMES JACKSON186, b. 22 Apr 1822, Forks of Cypress, near Florence Alabama, USA187; d. 1879, Florence; m. (1) ELIZABETH PERKIN188; m. (2) EASTER189.

           vii.   GEORGE MOORE JACKSON, b. 17 Feb 1829, USA.

 

 

17.  HUGH10 JACKSON (JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)190,191 was born 1783192, and died 1833 in At sea.  He married ALICIA FRANCES BELL193.  She was born 14 Aug 1796 in of Creevy, Longford, and died 13 Oct 1877 in Memphis, Tennessee, America194,195.

     

Children of HUGH JACKSON and ALICIA BELL are:

              i.   JOHN11 JACKSON196, b. 28 Jan 1819, Ireland; d. 04 Feb 1860, probably Nashville, Tennessee, America; m. SARAH HENRY.

36.        ii.   SARAH BELL JACKSON, b. 21 Oct 1820; d. 26 May 1850, America.

           iii.   ANDREW BELL JACKSON, b. 11 Oct 1822, Ireland; d. 05 Jul 1843, probably Nashville, Tennessee, America.

            iv.   HUGH JACKSON, b. 03 Sep 1824, Ireland; d. 08 Nov 1846, probably Nashville, Tennessee, America.

             v.   ELEANOR ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 07 Jan 1827, Ireland; d. 12 Feb 1834, Florence, Lauderdale, Alabama, America.

            vi.   LETITIA JACKSON, b. 13 Jan 1830; d. 01 Feb 1834, Florence, Lauderdale, Alabama, America.

           vii.   MARY ALICIA JACKSON, b. 11 Sep 1833; d. 23 Jan 1886, probably Nashville, Tennessee, America.

 

 

18.  JOHN10 JACKSON (JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)197,198 was born Abt. 1795 in of Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan199, and died 1839 in Athens (near Florence), Alabama200.  He married (1) ELIZABETH TATLOW201 1815, daughter of JOHN TATLOW.  She was born 1793202, and died 02 Jun 1824 in probably Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan202,203,204.  He married (2) ALICIA DARLEY205 Abt. 1824.  She was born Abt. 1794 in of Great Gorges St., Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland, and died 15 Oct 1864 in Gallispolis, Ohio, USA206.

     

Children of JOHN JACKSON and ELIZABETH TATLOW are:

              i.   ANNE11 JACKSON, b. 1816, Ireland; d. 14 Nov 1820, probably Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan207.

37.        ii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. Abt. 1818, Ireland; d. Nov 1891, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA.

           iii.   SARAH F. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1822, Ireland.

            iv.   TATLOW JACKSON, b. Abt. 1822, Ireland; d. Dec 1888, Philidelphia, Philidelphia Co., PA, USA.

             v.   MARY ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 02 Mar 1822, Ireland; d. 13 Mar 1852, MS, USA.

            vi.   ALEXANDER MELVORNE JACKSON208,209, b. 07 Nov 1823, Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 11 Jul 1889, Texas, USA.

 

     

Children of JOHN JACKSON and ALICIA DARLEY are:

           vii.   GEORGE WASHINGTON11 JACKSON, b. Oct 1832, Athens, Limestone, AL, USA; d. 1908, Waco, McLennan Co., Texas, USA.

         viii.   HUGH DARLEY JACKSON, b. Abt. 1835, AL, USA.

 

 

19.  ELLEN10 JACKSON (JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)210 was born in of Crieve, Co. Monaghan, and died 19 Oct 1852211.  She married SIDNEY HAMILTON ROWAN212,213 08 Mar 1810214, son of ARCHIBALD ROWAN and SARAH DAWSON.  He was born 1789 in of Killileagh Castle, Co. Down, and died 1847.

     

Children of ELLEN JACKSON and SIDNEY ROWAN are:

38.         i.   SARAH HAMILTON11 ROWAN, b. 1811; d. 26 Feb 1868.

             ii.   ANNE HAMILTON ROWAN, b. 1812; d. 1858.

           iii.   ARCHIBALD HAMILTON ROWAN, b. 1814; d. 30 Jun 1848, USA215.

            iv.   MARY HAMILTON ROWAN, b. 1815; d. 1831.

             v.   MILDRED HAMILTON ROWAN, b. Abt. 1817; d. 1853.

            vi.   JOHN HAMILTON ROWAN216, b. 31 Jan 1819; d. 20 Feb 1862, Nashville, Davidson, TN, USA.

           vii.   GAWIN WILLIAM HAMILTON ROWAN217, b. Abt. 1819; d. 18 Aug 1851, Carndonagh, Co. Donegal, Ireland; m. SUSAN MORONEY HARE, 27 Feb 1851, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

         viii.   SIDNEY HAMILTON ROWAN, b. Abt. 1821; d. 1858, Madeira, Portugal; m. GEORGINA SOPHIA BERESFORD218, 1855, Tonbridge, Surrey, England; b. 1827, Scotland; d. 13 Oct 1876, Surrey, England.

            ix.   JANE HAMILTON ROWAN, d. 26 Aug 1861, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland219.

             x.   CUNNINGHAM HAMILTON ROWAN220, d. 26 Dec 1840, New Orleans, LA, America.

            xi.   FRANCES HAMILTON ROWAN, b. 1824; d. 1826.

 

 

20.  DOROTHEA10 JACKSON (JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)221 was born Abt. 1780.  She married JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM221,222,223,224 Abt. 1799225, son of SAMUEL CUNNINGHAM and SARAH UNNAMED. 

     

Children of DOROTHEA JACKSON and JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM are:

              i.   SAMUEL11 CUNNINGHAM226, b. Jan 1800.

39.        ii.   PRUDENTIA CUNNINGHAM, b. 1803; d. 1869, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

           iii.   JOHN JACKSON CUNNINGHAM227, b. 1805; d. 03 Apr 1877, of Glasslough, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

40.       iv.   DR. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. Oct 1806.

             v.   REV. HUGH CUNNINGHAM228, b. Dec 1808; m. MARGARET PERKINS, 21 Feb 1839, Corcreeny House, Co. Tyrone, Ireland229.

            vi.   JAMES CUNNINGHAM230, b. Sep 1811.

           vii.   SARAH CUNNINGHAM, b. Bet. 1811 - 1817; m. JOSEPH GIBSON231.

         viii.   MARY CUNNINGHAM, b. Jun 1817.

 

 

21.  ELIZABETH10 JACKSON (JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1791 in Ireland232, and died 06 Jun 1846 in of Cremorne and Monaghey232,233,234.  She married JOHN JACKSON235,236,237 Nov 1816 in Ireland, son of ALEXANDER JACKSON and MARY HENRY.  He was born 16 Jun 1789 in Ireland238, and died 10 Jun 1877 in of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan, Ireland238,239.

     

Children of ELIZABETH JACKSON and JOHN JACKSON are:

              i.   ALEXANDER11 JACKSON240, b. 1817; d. 10 Jan 1854, of Philadelphia, Nashville & New Orleans; m. SARAH OWENS240.

             ii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. 11 Dec 1819; d. 15 Mar 1886, of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan.

           iii.   WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON240,241, b. 14 Mar 1822, of Bowelk; d. 03 Mar 1882, Cootehill, Co. Cavan, Ireland; m. (1) MARY BOYD242, 20 Jul 1853, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland; b. Ireland; d. 10 Sep 1863, Ireland; m. (2) FANNY MARIA MORRELL243, 1869.

            iv.   SARAH JACKSON, b. 24 May 1824; d. 13 Jan 1832.

41.        v.   MARY JACKSON, b. 03 Nov 1826; d. 01 Apr 1868.

            vi.   ELLEN JACKSON, b. 12 Oct 1827; d. 11 Jan 1828.

           vii.   ELENOR JACKSON, b. 1828; d. 1851.

         viii.   ROBERT JACKSON, b. 1830; d. 1830.

            ix.   BESSIE JACKSON, b. 20 Jun 1832; d. 01 Jul 1832.

42.        x.   SIDNEY GIBSON JACKSON, b. 29 Oct 1833; d. 30 Jan 1913, of Longfield, Ireland.

 

 

22.  FRANCES10 JACKSON (JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)244,245 was born 1789, and died 03 May 1838246,247.  She married REV JOHN JOHNSTON248,249,250,251 1817252, son of WILLIAM JOHNSTON.  He was born 1786253, and died 16 Oct 1862254.

     

Children of FRANCES JACKSON and JOHN JOHNSTON are:

43.         i.   REV. WILLIAM11 JOHNSTON, b. 02 Jan 1818, Creeve House, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 10 Jan 1894, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

             ii.   SARAH JOHNSTON254,255, b. 1820, Ireland; m. DR. FRANCIS GRAYDON JOHNSTON256, 28 Oct 1846, Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland; b. Abt. 1809, Ireland; d. 18 Feb 1864, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

           iii.   JACKSON JOHNSTON, b. 1821; d. 04 Apr 1840.

44.       iv.   JOHN JOHNSTON, b. 1824; d. 08 Nov 1851, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

             v.   DR. HENRY MARTYN JOHNSTON257, b. Abt. 1827, Banbridge, Co. Down, Ireland; d. 03 Mar 1878.

            vi.   HARRY JOHNSTON, b. 1827; d. 04 Sep 1878.

 

 

23.  HUGH10 JACKSON (ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)258 was born 06 Jul 1787, and died 1816 in Liffey River, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland259.  He married GRACE COOTE260 1809 in Ireland. 

     

Children of HUGH JACKSON and GRACE COOTE are:

              i.   JAMES11 JACKSON261.

             ii.   ALEXANDER JACKSON262.

           iii.   MARY JACKSON262.

            iv.   EMILY JACKSON263, b. Abt. 1817; d. 26 Aug 1899, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; m. UNNAMED SLOAN.

 

 

24.  MARY10 JACKSON (ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)264,265 was born 25 Jun 1788, and died 19 Dec 1849 in New Orleans, LA, America266.  She married JOHN DYAS267, son of UNNAMED DYAS and UNNAMED GORDON.  He was born 28 Dec 1782, and died 14 Aug 1862 in of New Orleans and Nashville267.

     

Child of MARY JACKSON and JOHN DYAS is:

45.         i.   ALEXANDER JACKSON11 DYAS, b. 15 Oct 1815; d. 03 Feb 1900.

 

 

25.  JOHN10 JACKSON (ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)268,269,270 was born 16 Jun 1789 in Ireland271, and died 10 Jun 1877 in of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan, Ireland271,272.  He married ELIZABETH JACKSON Nov 1816 in Ireland, daughter of JOHN JACKSON and SARAH BRUNKER.  She was born 1791 in Ireland273, and died 06 Jun 1846 in of Cremorne and Monaghey273,274,275.

     

Children are listed above under (21) Elizabeth Jackson.

 

26.  DORCAS10 JACKSON (ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)276,277 was born 27 Jan 1797, and died 15 Feb 1874 in of Ballier, Armagh, Ireland278.  She married JAMES BROWNE BOYD279,280, son of JAMES BOYD and SUSANNAH BROWNE.  He was born 1799, and died 18 Mar 1866 in of Ballier (probably Balleer, Parish of Lisnadill), Co. Armagh, Ireland281.

     

Children of DORCAS JACKSON and JAMES BOYD are:

46.         i.   JAMES BROWNE HORNER11 BOYD, b. Abt. 1821, probably Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland; d. 21 Nov 1881, Middlesex, England.

             ii.   ELLEN MCCULLOUGH BOYD282,283, b. 1828, Ireland; d. 1898, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland; m. OLIVER ANKATEL284, 03 Aug 1859, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland285; b. 1830, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 1916, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

           iii.   DORCAS BOYD286, b. 1835, Ireland; d. 09 May 1924, Co. Down, Ireland.

            iv.   ALEXANDER JACKSON BOYD, b. Abt. 1836, Ireland; d. 30 Jun 1877, of Balleer, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh, Ireland; m. MARY HANNAH TYNDALL.

             v.   MARY BOYD287, b. Ireland; d. 10 Sep 1863, Ireland; m. WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON288,289, 20 Jul 1853, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland; b. 14 Mar 1822, of Bowelk; d. 03 Mar 1882, Cootehill, Co. Cavan, Ireland.

47.       vi.   ROBERT BOYD, b. Ireland; d. 1886, Ireland.

 

 

27.  ELEANOR10 JACKSON (HENRY9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)290 was born 1772 in of Pill Lane, Dublin, Ireland291, and died 13 Sep 1843 in Baltimore, Maryland, America291.  She married OLIVER BOND292,293,294,295 10 Jun 1791 in Ireland296,297.  He was born Abt. 1761 in Ireland298, and died 06 Sep 1798 in Kilmainam Jail, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland299,300.

     

Children of ELEANOR JACKSON and OLIVER BOND are:

              i.   THOMAS JACKSON11 BOND301,302, b. Abt. 1792, Ireland; d. Jun 1878, West Derby, Lancashire, England; m. CAROLINE FRANKLIN303.

             ii.   HENRY JACKSON BOND304,305, b. Abt. 1795, Ireland; d. 05 Feb 1858, Tallahassee, Leon, Florida, USA; m. JANE LEFFERTS LLOYD306.

           iii.   HARVEY MARGARET BOND307, b. Abt. 1798; d. 14 Jun 1881, Baltimore, Maryland, USA; m. EVAN THOMAS ELLICOTT308, 18 Feb 1820; b. 06 Dec 1793, Baltimore, Maryland, USA; d. Jan 1867.

            iv.   ELIZA BOND309, b. Abt. 1799; d. Aft. 1850.

 

 

28.  BOLTON10 JACKSON (HENRY9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)310,311 was born 1783 in Ireland, and died 24 Mar 1838 in Baltimore, Maryland, America312.  He married FRANCES JANE GRANT. 

     

Children of BOLTON JACKSON and FRANCES GRANT are:

              i.   HENRY11 JACKSON, b. Abt. 1821; m. SARAH EDWARDS CAROLIN, 27 Apr 1854, Dublin, CO. Dublin, Ireland; b. Abt. 1833; d. 1893, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

48.        ii.   JOHN GRANT JACKSON, b. Abt. 1823; d. 1875, Newton Abbot, Devon, England.

           iii.   ELLEN JACKSON.

            iv.   MARY JACKSON.

             v.   AGALIE JACKSON313, b. 1826; d. 11 Mar 1834, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

            vi.   ANN BOLTON JACKSON, d. Bef. 1838.

 

 

29.  ELEANORE10 JACKSON (HUGH9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)314 was born 18 Jan 1781 in of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan315, and died 18 Jan 1807 in Mrs Bond's House in Dublin316,317,318.  She married WILLIAM TENNENT319,320,321,322 25 Mar 1805 in Ireland323.  He was born 1760324, and died 23 Jul 1832325,326,327.

     

Children of ELEANORE JACKSON and WILLIAM TENNENT are:

              i.   ISABELLA11 TENNENT328.

49.        ii.   LETITIA TENNENT, b. 27 Feb 1806, Ireland; d. 21 Apr 1883, Middlesex, England.

 

 

30.  HUMPHREY10 JACKSON (HUGH9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)329,330,331,332 was born 24 Nov 1784 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, and died 18 Jan 1833 in Crosby, Harris Co., Texas, America333.  He married (1) ELIZABETH WHITE334 13 Oct 1809 in Louisiana, America334, daughter of JOHN WHITE and SARAH GAMBILL.  She was born Abt. 1792, and died 1810.  He married (2) SARAH MERRIMAN334,335 13 Oct 1814 in Louisiana, America336, daughter of JOHN MERRIMAN and MARY BERWICK.  She was born 06 Jun 1796 in Louisiana, America, and died 1823 in Texas, USA.

     

Children of HUMPHREY JACKSON and SARAH MERRIMAN are:

              i.   LETITIA11 JACKSON, b. 30 Aug 1815, Vermillion Parish, LA, USA; d. 01 Nov 1881, Chambers Co., Texas, USA.

             ii.   HUGH JACKSON, b. 23 Aug 1817, LA, USA; d. 15 Jun 1877, Chambers Co., Texas, USA.

           iii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. 10 Jan 1820, LA, USA; d. 15 Jun 1877, Chambers Co., Texas, USA.

            iv.   JAMES MERRIMAN JACKSON, b. 15 Feb 1822, LA, USA; d. 05 Jun 1895, Chambers Co., Texas, USA.

 

 

31.  ISABELLA10 JACKSON (HUGH9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)337,338 was born 21 Oct 1789 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland339, and died 20 May 1827 in Cootehill, Co. Cavan339.  She married DR. WILLIAM WINNING340,341 22 Apr 1814.  He was born 1790, and died Jul 1819 in Cootehill, Co. Cavan, Ireland.

     

Children of ISABELLA JACKSON and WILLIAM WINNING are:

50.         i.   ELEANOR11 WINNING, b. 18 Mar 1815, Ireland; d. 27 May 1854.

             ii.   WILLIAM WINNING, b. 23 Mar 1819; d. 14 Aug 1878.

 

 

32.  ALEXANDER10 JACKSON (HUGH9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)342,343 was born 02 Aug 1799344, and died 06 Aug 1839 in USA.

     

Children of ALEXANDER JACKSON are:

              i.   ANN11 JACKSON, d. Aft. 1900.

             ii.   JANE JACKSON, d. Aft. 1900.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

33.  ELIZABETH11 JACKSON (HENRY10, JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)345 was born Abt. 1831 in Co. Monaghan, and died 17 Sep 1901 in Co. Down, Ireland.  She married WILLIAM KELLY 03 Sep 1867 in Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan346, son of ALEXANDER KELLY. 

     

Child of ELIZABETH JACKSON and WILLIAM KELLY is:

              i.   MARY JANE12 KELLY347, b. Abt. 1871, Co. Cavan, Ireland; m. FRANCIS THOMAS HINDS348; b. Abt. 1867.

 

 

34.  WILLIAM11 JACKSON (HENRY10, JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)349 was born 1836 in Ireland, and died 05 May 1912 in Brackley, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.  He married JANE HODGEN350 Abt. 1879.  She was born Abt. 1856 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland, and died 1939.

     

Children of WILLIAM JACKSON and JANE HODGEN are:

              i.   ELIZABETH12 JACKSON, b. 20 Jun 1879, Brackley, Co, Monaghan, Ireland.

             ii.   JANE JACKSON351, b. 03 Nov 1880, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

           iii.   LAURA GERTRUDE JACKSON352, b. Abt. 1884, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            iv.   SUSAN BEATRICE JACKSON353, b. 1884, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

             v.   ABBIE HELENA MARY JACKSON, b. Abt. 1889, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            vi.   JAMES JACKSON354, b. Abt. 1896, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; m. FLORENCE JANE WILEY; b. 1902, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

 

 

35.  THOMAS HENRY11 JACKSON (HENRY10, JAMES9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)355 was born Abt. 1843, and died 21 Apr 1876 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.  He married MARGARET CARGILL. 

     

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and MARGARET CARGILL are:

              i.   HENRY12 JACKSON356, b. 21 Apr 1874, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 03 Nov 1898, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

             ii.   JOHN CARGILL JACKSON, b. 26 May 1876, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 1888, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, Ireland.

 

 

36.  SARAH BELL11 JACKSON (HUGH10, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 21 Oct 1820, and died 26 May 1850 in America.  She married ALEXANDER JACKSON DYAS, son of JOHN DYAS and MARY JACKSON.  He was born 15 Oct 1815, and died 03 Feb 1900.

     

Child of SARAH JACKSON and ALEXANDER DYAS is:

              i.   ALICIA FRANCIS12 DYAS, b. 14 Dec 1842, Nashville, Tenn, USA.

 

 

37.  JOHN11 JACKSON (JOHN10, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)357 was born Abt. 1818 in Ireland, and died Nov 1891 in Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA.  He married EMILY REBECCA TOWNER358. 

     

Child of JOHN JACKSON and EMILY TOWNER is:

              i.   TATLOW12 JACKSON359, b. Jul 1845, MS. USA; d. 31 Mar 1921, California, USA.

 

 

38.  SARAH HAMILTON11 ROWAN (ELLEN10 JACKSON, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1811, and died 26 Feb 1868.  She married WILLIAM VILLIERS RYAN360,361, son of EDWARD RYAN and MILDRED ROWAN.  He was born 1811, and died 14 Sep 1865 in Co. Antrim, Ireland.

     

Children of SARAH ROWAN and WILLIAM RYAN are:

              i.   EDWARD VILLIERS12 RYAN362, b. Abt. 1835; d. 18 Oct 1874, Downpatrick, Co. Down, Ireland.

             ii.   SIDNEY HAMILTON RYAN363, b. Abt. 1838; d. 04 Oct 1877, Rostrevor, Co. Down, Ireland.

           iii.   CUNNINGHAM ROWAN FRANCIS RYAN, b. Abt. 1841, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 1888, Ashton upon Mersey, Cheshire, England.

 

 

39.  PRUDENTIA11 CUNNINGHAM (DOROTHEA10 JACKSON, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1803, and died 1869 in Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.  She married ROBERT MURDOCK364,365. 

     

Children of PRUDENTIA CUNNINGHAM and ROBERT MURDOCK are:

              i.   DORA12 MURDOCK, b. Abt. 1826; d. 07 Dec 1886, Co. Monaghan, Ireland366; m. REV. THOMAS MCMAHON.

             ii.   ROBERT MURDOCK367, b. Abt. 1831; d. 10 Jul 1895, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

           iii.   PRUDENTIA MURDOCK368, b. Abt. 1833; d. 08 Feb 1917, Knightsbridge, Middlesex, England; m. GEORGE GIFFORD, 26 Apr 1871, St. Peters Church, Dublin, Ireland.

            iv.   REV. JAMES CARLISLE MURDOCK369, b. Abt. 1839; d. 16 Jul 1893, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland; m. ISABELLA WHITE, 29 Jan 1868, St. Peters Church, Dublin, Ireland.

             v.   DR. SIDNEY MURDOCK, b. Abt. 1841; d. 1884, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

            vi.   ANNA MURDOCK370, b. Abt. 1843, Dublin, Ireland; d. 1914; m. DR. JAMES LITTLE371; b. Jan 1837, Newry; d. 23 Jan 1916, of St. Stephens Green, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

           vii.   LYDIA KATHERINE MURDOCK372, b. Abt. 1844, Ireland; d. 22 Oct 1921, Middlesex, England; m. ROBERT GEORGE FALKINER373, 24 Aug 1869, Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; b. Abt. 1833; d. 15 Jun 1872, Dublin, Ireland.

         viii.   MARY MURDOCK.

 

 

40.  DR. JOSEPH11 CUNNINGHAM (DOROTHEA10 JACKSON, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)374 was born Oct 1806.  He married SARAH GIVEEN 06 Jun 1833 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland. 

     

Children of JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM and SARAH GIVEEN are:

              i.   DOROTHY12 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1825.

             ii.   JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1837.

 

 

41.  MARY11 JACKSON (JOHN10, ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)375 was born 03 Nov 1826, and died 01 Apr 1868.  She married JOHN JOHNSTON376,377 26 Jun 1850 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland378, son of JOHN JOHNSTON and FRANCES JACKSON.  He was born 1824, and died 08 Nov 1851 in Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

     

Child of MARY JACKSON and JOHN JOHNSTON is:

              i.   JOHN JACKSON12 JOHNSTON379, b. Abt. 1851.

 

 

42.  SIDNEY GIBSON11 JACKSON (JOHN10, ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)380 was born 29 Oct 1833, and died 30 Jan 1913 in of Longfield, Ireland.  He married SARAH WALKER380 14 Oct 1868 in Londonderry, Ireland.  She was born 1834, and died 07 Apr 1902.

     

Children of SIDNEY JACKSON and SARAH WALKER are:

              i.   JOHN12 JACKSON, b. 18 Sep 1869, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. Bef. 1872.

             ii.   JOHN JACKSON, b. 04 Apr 1872.

           iii.   THOMAS JOHNSTON JACKSON, b. 04 Jul 1873, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

            iv.   MARY JACKSON, b. 04 Nov 1876, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 22 Feb 1940, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland381.

             v.   SARAH JACKSON, b. Abt. 1879, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 01 Mar 1916.

            vi.   BESSIE JACKSON382, b. 12 Sep 1880, Co. Monaghan, Ireland; d. 25 Mar 1966.

           vii.   SYDNEY JACKSON383, b. Abt. 1883; d. 21 May 1924, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.

 

 

43.  REV. WILLIAM11 JOHNSTON (FRANCES10 JACKSON, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)384,385 was born 02 Jan 1818 in Creeve House, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, and died 10 Jan 1894 in Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.  He married SARAH PORTER 07 Mar 1855, daughter of UNNAMED PORTER. 

     

Child of WILLIAM JOHNSTON and SARAH PORTER is:

              i.   SARAH ANNE12 JOHNSTON, b. Abt. 1865, Moville, Co. Donegal, Ireland.

 

 

44.  JOHN11 JOHNSTON (FRANCES10 JACKSON, JOHN9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)386,387 was born 1824, and died 08 Nov 1851 in Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland.  He married MARY JACKSON388 26 Jun 1850 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland389, daughter of JOHN JACKSON and ELIZABETH JACKSON.  She was born 03 Nov 1826, and died 01 Apr 1868.

     

Child is listed above under (41) Mary Jackson.

 

45.  ALEXANDER JACKSON11 DYAS (MARY10 JACKSON, ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 15 Oct 1815, and died 03 Feb 1900.  He married SARAH BELL JACKSON, daughter of HUGH JACKSON and ALICIA BELL.  She was born 21 Oct 1820, and died 26 May 1850 in America.

     

Child is listed above under (36) Sarah Bell Jackson.

 

46.  JAMES BROWNE HORNER11 BOYD (DORCAS10 JACKSON, ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)390 was born Abt. 1821 in probably Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland, and died 21 Nov 1881 in Middlesex, England.  He married HANNAH MAGDALENE KNOX 06 Nov 1856 in St. Peters Church, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland, daughter of MAURICE KNOX and ELIZABETH WHITE.  She was born Abt. 1840, and died 16 May 1913 in Co. Wicklow391.

     

Children of JAMES BOYD and HANNAH KNOX are:

              i.   BESSIE HORNER12 BOYD392, b. 1858, Ireland; d. 08 Mar 1930, Co. Wicklow, I; m. ARTHUR HENRY WENTWORTH MANSERGH, 27 Feb 1878, Bombay, INdia; b. Abt. 1845, Ireland; d. 13 Oct 1926, Co. Down, Ireland.

             ii.   JAMES BROWN HORNER BOYD393, b. 04 Feb 1867, Dublin, Ireland; d. 15 Mar 1867, Ireland.

 

 

47.  ROBERT11 BOYD (DORCAS10 JACKSON, ALEXANDER9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)394 was born in Ireland, and died 1886 in Ireland.  He married ELIZABETH KNOX394 03 Jul 1862 in Co. Wexford, Ireland, daughter of MAURICE KNOX and ELIZABETH WHITE.  She was born Abt. 1833 in Co. Armagh, Ireland, and died 22 Sep 1907 in Co. Armagh, Ireland395.

     

Children of ROBERT BOYD and ELIZABETH KNOX are:

              i.   BESSIE ROBERTA12 BOYD, b. Abt. 1864, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

             ii.   DARKEY BOYD, b. 13 Jan 1865, Co. Armagh, Ireland.

           iii.   JAMES BROWNE BOYD396, b. 11 Aug 1868, Co. Armagh, Ireland; d. 01 Jan 1941, Victoria, BC, Canada; m. JOSEPHONE HANNAH EMILY BOWRING397, 1901, Rathtown, Ireland; b. 01 Jul 1882, Co. Waterford, Ireland; d. 09 Apr 1967, port Alberni, BC, Canada.

            iv.   MARY LINA BOYD398, b. 19 Jun 1870, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland; d. Abt. 1907; m. GEORGE RAINEY399.

 

 

48.  JOHN GRANT11 JACKSON (BOLTON10, HENRY9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)400,401 was born Abt. 1823, and died 1875 in Newton Abbot, Devon, England402.  He married JANE CALQUHOUN 10 Nov 1858 in Co. Donegal, Ireland, daughter of ISAAC COLQUHOUN.  She was born Abt. 1828 in Londonderry, Ireland.

     

Children of JOHN JACKSON and JANE CALQUHOUN are:

              i.   REGINALD G.12 JACKSON, b. Abt. 1860, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

             ii.   MARY MAUD GRANT JACKSON403, b. Abt. 1862, Monkstown, Ireland; d. 04 Nov 1930, Exmouth, Devon, England; m. RICHARD MOORE COLQUHOUN DILL403, 04 Feb 1893, Lucknow, Bengal, INdia; b. 28 Aug 1856; d. 10 Nov 1930, Exmouth, Devon, England.

 

 

49.  LETITIA11 TENNENT (ELEANORE10 JACKSON, HUGH9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1)404,405 was born 27 Feb 1806 in Ireland, and died 21 Apr 1883 in Middlesex, England.  She married SIR JAMES EMERSON406,407,408 24 Jun 1831 in Ireland, son of WILLIAM EMERSON and SARAH ARBUTHNOT.  He was born 07 Apr 1804 in London, England409, and died 06 Mar 1869 in Middlesex, England410.

     

Children of LETITIA TENNENT and JAMES EMERSON are:

              i.   ELEANOR12 EMERSON-TENNENT411, b. 06 Jul 1832; d. 14 Mar 1916.

             ii.   SIR WILLIAM EMERSON-TENNENT412, b. 14 May 1835, Ireland; d. 14 Nov 1876, Ireland; m. SARAH ARMSTRONG, 1870; b. Abt. 1847, Madeira Portugal; d. 31 Dec 1940.

           iii.   SARAH EDITH EMERSON-TENNENT, b. 27 Jun 1840, London, England; d. 1851.

 

 

50.  ELEANOR11 WINNING (ISABELLA10 JACKSON, HUGH9, HUGH8, HENRY7, UNNAMED6, JOHN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 18 Mar 1815 in Ireland, and died 27 May 1854.  She married WILLIAM SHIELDS 21 Feb 1838 in Ireland.  He died 29 May 1847 in Co. Meath, Ireland.

     

Child of ELEANOR WINNING and WILLIAM SHIELDS is:

              i.   JAMES ALEXANDER12 SHIELDS413, b. 23 Sep 1839; d. 07 Jan 1921, Cottesloe Beach, Perth, WA, AUstralia.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  NOTE, I do not know who this is - but DEED 25-167-14598 1719 Dec 18 & 19 may be worth considering (my notes):  Between Robert JACKSON of Woodtowne, Co. Meath, Gent & George MARTIN of City of Dublin, Doctor in Physick of the other part. Whereas Robert CARTER of Robertstown, Co. Meath Esq. On 20 April 1713 demised to Robert JACKSON of Blackhall in Co. Kildare, Gent. & part of lands of Woodtown, Barony of Ratoath, Co. Meath ... during lives of said Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON brother of the said Robert & John  JACKSON brother also of said Robert [? This seems odd. I wonder if I have a transcription error.] ... about 172 acres of Woodtown. WITNESS: Joseph FITZSIMMONS, John RYAN & John MARTEN, all of Dublin, Gent.    ALso DEED: 31-334-19404 1721 Nov 8  Memorandum or agreement bearing date of 24 Oct 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Woodtowne, Co. Meath Farmer and George MARTIN  of the City of Dublin Doctor.. Robert JACKSON for £90 sold to George MARTIN his interest  in the lands of Woodtowne. In presence of John RYAN of Dublin Gent. Henry JACKSON father of the said Robert JACKSON & John WILSON near Tallow, Co. Dublin Gent.  .

2.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 21, Descended from one of '49 officers, in return for fighting for Cromwell was given land at Lisnabo in C Meath, near Kinscourt.

3.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 21, Knighted after fighting in army of Black Prince at Crecy 1399; said to be ancestor of Jackson family of Crieve.

4.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, "Your Jackson ancestors have resided in Lisnaboe House, Lisnaboe townland from at least 1712-1955 when the last of the family died. p. 3 2004 research .

5.  Deeds registry, 15-43 9or44)-6704 Aug 31 1715  Memorial of a Lease for lives renewable for ever dated 31 August 1715, Thos Bligh, Brittas, County Meath Esq Ist part, Henry  JACKSON, Lisnabow, County Meath, the other part.  Recites a grant from Thos Bligh to Henry  JACKSON of sixteen poles Poles of Ballynaticknuff now in the possession of the said Henry  JACKSON containing by common estimation 152 acres or thereabouts, situated in the Barony of Kells, County Meath with all Rights, etc.  Term; to hold these lands during the term of the natural lives of the said Henry  JACKSON, the Lessee, Hugh  JACKSON aged about four years, eldest son of the said Henry  JACKSON and of James  JACKSON aged about one, son of said Henry  JACKSON. Fine £15 sterling payable on death of each life....   No  JACKSON witnesses.  NOTE the ages of the two sons mentioned would have them a few years older than this tree suggests.

6.  Deeds registry, 84-509-62294 Nov 21 1737  JACKSON-FARRELL site research  http://www.farrell-family.org/primary_sources/Jackson/Lisnaboe/Lisnaboe.html   Mortgage 21 October 1737, Henry  JACKSON, Lisnabow, County Meath, Gent and Hugh  JACKSON, Ballybeain, County Monaghan, Merchant, 1St, Patrick Cassidy, Dublin, Gent the other part.  Recites that Thomas Bligh, Brittas, County Meath, Esq. demised to the said Henry  JACKSON all that the sixteen poles of Ballynaticknuff then in his possession containing by estimation 152 acres, situated in County Meath to hold from 1 May 1712 during the lives of the said Henry  JACKSON, Hugh  JACKSON and James  JACKSON his sons. Various covenants not noted. Clause of Renewal....  Recites that the said Henry  JACKSON by Lease demised unto the said Hugh  JACKSON 40 acres of the said sixteen Poles of Ballynaticknuff at the yearly rent of £7 sterling during the term of the natural lives of the lives of the said Henry  JACKSON and the said Hugh  JACKSON.  Witness that the said Henry  JACKSON and Hugh  JACKSON in consideration of £40 sterling did assign to the said Patrick CASSIDY all their Rights and Interests in the said lands and Towns together with their two several Leases, to hold by said Patrick CASSIDY during the lives of the said Henry and Hugh  JACKSON. No  JACKSON Witnesses.

7.  Deeds registry, Deed: 173-101-115543 Dec 14, 1754  JACKSON-FARRELL site research  http://www.farrell-family.org/primary_sources/Jackson/Lisnaboe/Lisnaboe.html  Memorial of an Indentured Deed of Lease and Release dated respectively 4th and 5th days of November 1754, the Lease between Henry  JACKSON, Lisnaboe, County Meath, Gent, 1st part, Thomas  JACKSON, Lisnaboe son of the said Henry  JACKSON, the other part.  The Release between the said Henry  JACKSON and Mary his wife, 1 St part, said Thos  JACKSON, the other part.  Reciting that the said Henry  JACKSON and Mary his wife in consideration of the said Thomas  JACKSON's paying the sum of £228 Principal money due by the said Henry  JACKSON and £50 sterling interest thereon and the said Thos also paying unto Henry  JACKSON, the Younger the sum of £50 sterling.  Also paying the sum of £30 unto Jane  JACKSON and £30 to Ann  JACKSON and the sum of £10 sterling to the said Henry  JACKSON, the Elder and Mary his wife during their lives and to the survivors of them and for the further consideration in the Indenture mentioned in the grant to the said Thomas  JACKSON all the lands of Lisnaboe to hold forever.  And did also grant unto the said Thomas all his, the said Henry  JACKSON the Elder's, right and title to the lands of Rath, County Meath. To hold the lands of Rath during the term the of the Residue of the remaining years in said lease yet to come and unexpired . No  JACKSON Witnesses.

8.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 276, 277, The decendants of Henry sr. retained possession of their property in Lisnaboe for over 200 years. (This would be to abt 1915).

9.  NOTE, Given the address of Pill Lane as the site of a forge for a later Henry JACKSON, this is of interest (although we have the name Mary as his wife - not Ann):  DEED: 85-279-6029 1736 Apr 13 1785 Sep 16  Rt Hon Henry Lord Baron Barry of Santry of 1 part & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Cordwinder of the other ... ground on North side of Pill Lane formerly in possession of John BURGES ... 25’X130’ .. Cow Lane on north (more description) ... 31 years.    Then there is this:  DEED: 369-376-247889   JACKSON Henry decd; Cordwainer Swords, DUB left said 2 houses to wife Ann, & after her death to said Wm Bettridge, George & John Fellowes  JACKSON Ann decd; Mrs mentioned. widow of said Henry Jackson .

10.  John McCabe, 2004 John McCabe Research, Bill Farrell website, Abstract of Wills registered in the Registry of Deeds, Dublin. Three Volumes, 1708 to 1832 P.Beryl Eustace Irish Manuscript Commission.  No Jackson of County Meath recorded in this source; note This source record Wills dating from 1711 which relate to the Jackson Family of Ballyregan, Dundonald, County Down. This family appear to have been related to the Jackson Family of Ballybay, County Monaghan. Details not noted.

11.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

12.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 277, His will was dated March 1778 and proved February 1796. He requested burial in the family burying ground at Enniskeen (attached to St. Ernan's Church in Kingscourt).

13.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

14.  NOTE, This may be of interest:  DEED: 513-510-339075 1799 Apr 19  Memorial of assignment of mortgage of 13 April 1799 for £1200 by Henry JACKSON of Dublin City, merchant to John STOKES & William Southwood of same merchants. Mill & Mill holding of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin with its dwelling House, Iron Mill, Engines, Forges &c & 7 acres to hold for life of Hugh JACKSON son of said Henry or for 99 years from March 1789 & 18 acres in Roebuck held for 31 years. WITNESSES James JOHNSTON & Jacob William JACKSON of Dublin City attourneys. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.    And then the DEED: 636-283-437336 1811 Jun 17  Memorial registeres 17 June 1711 [sic] of Deed 18 June 1811 by Henry JACKSON of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin Esq. to George THOMPSON of Roebuck, CO. Dublin Esq. Mill & Mill holding 7 acres of CLonskeagh leased by Lord Trimleston to said Henry JACKSON for life of his son Hugh JACKSON or for 99 years. 18 acres of Boebuck leased 24 Dec 1788 by Lord TRIMLESTOWN to M M’CAR for 31 years and also leased 29 Sept 1803 by William C. HAGAN of Dublin City to above Hugh JACKSON to commence from 29 September 1819 for 69 years. The quarry & Limekiln &c 1 acre at CLonskeagh held for 87 years at 1s by lease from William C. HOGAN to James WOODMASON dated 4 Feb 1802 all which are now the property of above Henry JACKSON who now assigns to THOMPSON for £3500. WITNESSES: James JOHNSTON of York St.; Francis GREGG of Blackhall St. both Attourneys, Dublin. Memorial signed by JACKSON.

15.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

16.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 277, In 1734, his father gave him a lease of 40 acres in the townland of Aghafarnan adjoining Lisnaboe and in 1754 he signed over the home farm to his third son, Thomas. This settlement also mentioned the 4th son Henry and two daughters: Jane & Anne.

17.  Misc, SOURCE: 2006 Nov 18 email from Brian McConnell on Monaghan list.  "Extracts from a Ballybay Scrapbook" by John A. McIvor came across this information that thought might perhaps interest some.    In the 18th century Ballybay could be regarded as a ' one - man town ' for the central figure who did so much in fostering and promoting the linen industry in the area was Hugh Jackson. His father was Thomas Jackson of Lisnaboe, County Meath and he was descended from Sir John Jackson, an Irish gentleman who fought at the Battle of Crecy ( 1346 ) where he was knighted on the field of battle.    Hugh Jackson settled in Ballybay where he promoted the flax linen industry. He was a Presbyterian and his five sons and his son-in-law Captain Sidney Hamilton Rowan all signed the petition organized by the Presbyterian Church in favour of Catholic Emancipation. The land in the vicinity of Ballybay was suitable for growing of fax and many streams supplied the power for the mill machinery. Later bleeching greens led to an improvement in the linen yarn. The Jacksons also took a lead in the Volunteer movement for in 1783 James Jackson was Captain of the Ballybay Battalion Company, Alex Jackson was Captain of the Ballybay Grenadiers and Hugh Jackson was Captain of the Ballybay Light Company. .

18.  PRONI, T2655 Jackson of Creevagh documents Bundle of c.27 documents including genealogical notes relating to the Jackson family of Creevagh, Co. Monaghan, c.1651-1905.

19.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Hugh Jackson and the Linen Industry    The strategic location of Ballybay at the intersection of roads from Carrickmacross to Monaghan and Clones to Castleblayney provided a natural stopping point for travellers. A hostelry and various trades including blacksmiths, saddlers and carpenters soon emerged, taking full advantage of passing traffic. It was during this time that a settlement known as Ballybea came into existence.    However, it was not until the 18th century that Ballybay proper was established under the auspices of linen merchant Hugh Jackson. Jackson had been attracted to Ballybay by the suitability of the local area and the Creeve district in particular for the production of flax and linen.    Whilst the linen industry had been well established prior to Jackson's arrival, by the mid 18th century Ballybay had grown as a linen town during which time the Jackson's controlled fourteen mills chained to one small river surrounding Ballybay.    The Plantation town layout of Ballybay [comprising a square and radiating streets] is credited to Jackson whose achievements included the construction of Ballybay's first Market House as well as many fine town houses and stores.    The business acumen of the Jacksons contributed significantly to the development of Ballybay as a market town and by 1800 the Main Street had almost entirely been developed between Corrybrannan bridge and the junction of the Monaghan and  Castleblayney roads. Much of Ballybay's character as a town today can be traced to this time.    - Ballybay Historic Landscape Characterisation Plan  An Action of the County Monaghan Heritage Plan 2006-2010      "It was at Ballybay that Hugh Jackson (1707 - '77) decided to build his new linin town in the middle of the 18th century. Ballybays founder was a son of Thomas Jackson of Lisnaboe, near Kingscourt, and he leased or bought a portion of the land that had been granted to Peter Beaghan, the Cromwellian land speculator. "     - Mary Agnes Stasser  .

20.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

21.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158, Here lieth the body of Hugh Jackson who departed this life 16 May, 1777, age 68 years. Aso his wife Eleanor who departed this life in 24 October 1791 a. 81 years. Also here lieth the body of Eliza Jackson who departed this life August 1796 at 6 years. And Henry Jackson and William Jackson and Sarah Jackson and Jean Jackson and Elizabeth Gault, died November 6, 1754 age 74. William Jackson departed (thence years) February 18 age 77 years. Coat of Arms on headstone. .

22.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, For the siblings of Ellinor, Alicia Dyas has: Elizabeth, Dorothy, Miss A. Miss B. Daughter ma. Cook, Samuel, Daniel.

23.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 277, The Gault family were said to be Huguenots who had settled in Bessbrooke, Co. Armagh and were involved in the linen trade.

24.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

25.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 277.

26.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

27.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 278, Died unmarried.

28.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, Murnane writes that Thomas had 5 sons & 4 daughters- one less than indicated.

29.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 21, Of Lisnabo; family owned 1000 acres.

30.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

31.  John McCabe, 2004 John McCabe Research, Bill Farrell website, will dated 3 March 1778 pr. 27 Feb 1796.

32.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

33.  John McCabe, 2004 John McCabe Research, Bill Farrell website, Sister of William GORDON.

34.  The Irish Ancestor, Abstracts of wills, p 93 The Irish Ancestor Vol. III, No. 2 1971. See Father's will.

35.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

36.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, NOTE in 1855, a Gordon JACKSON was residing at Lisnagrow (a few miles south of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath.

37.  NOTE, The Parish of St, Nicholas Without records a marriage in 1829 of a Gordon JACKSON & Mary ROCHE.

38.  NOTE, Lisnaboe 1876 Jackson landowners  Jackson, Gordon Lisnahoe Kingscourt  Jackson, Thomas, jun. Lisnahoe Kingscourt  Jackson, Thomas, sen. Lisnahoe Kingscourt  .

39.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

40.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, NOTE in 1855, a Gordon JACKSON was residing at Lisnagrow (a few miles south of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath.

41.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

42.  NOTE, It is interesting that there is a gravestone marker at Kane cemetary near Dundalk: “Erected by John DICKIE of Crunleenan in memory of Lieutenant Charles JACKSON of Lisnaboe, County Meath late HM 3rd Regiment of Bufffs who died at Woodbine Cottage 18 October 1813 aged 75 years and here interred at his own request.” I have entered these dates on the hunch that they fit here - but this could be incorrect.  HM 3rd Regiment of Buffs was also active in the 1812 War in North America. There may be no connection, but a Boatswain Charles JACKSON is buried in a cluster of British officers graves. I wonder if he might have been a son of the Charles JACKSON (1738-1813) - who would have been too old to be in that campaign himself, but military careers do tend to run in a family. SOURCE: Lossings Field Pictorial Field-Book Of The War Of 1812. Benson J. Lossing 1869. Chapter Xxxvii. Events On Lake Champlain In 1814. .

43.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree.

44.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

45.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 278 & 288, After his wife's death, he had a relationship with a Sarah BLACK and had a family and acknowledged her in his will.

46.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

47.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158.

48.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes., Death date given as 5 April 1822.

49.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

50.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

51.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 288, In the will of her father James JACKSON: "I leave and bequeath to my natural daughter Elizabeth McCULLAGH alias JACKSON and her issue the a share of the tenement she now lives in subject to the chief rent".  NOTE: I do not know if her mother was James' wife or his subsequent partner, Sarah Black (whom he didn't marry, but remembered in his will). Elizabeth is the first of his children to be described as "natural daughter", followed by mention of Sarah BLACK and then James' "natural son" William. My hunch is that she was a child of Sarah BLACK. Hence, the birth date given after the death of James Jackson's wife, Mary Steel.

52.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 278, James JACKSON by his will of 1810 left a tenement in Ballybay to his daughter Elizabeth, the wife of William McCULLAGH.

53.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 288, It may be that his mother was Mary Steel, wife of James Jackson, but I suspect that he was a son of James "common law" wife (the designation did not exist then, but he acknowledged her and her chidren in his will). Hence, the birth date given after the death of James Jackson's wife, Mary Steel.

54.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, I leave and bequeath to my natural son William Jackson the tenements held by Owen Devine the house and tenements now held by Owen Traynor by Pat Hanson by Owen Maguire by Frank Graham by George Mohan by Bryan Callaghan and by Ned Magennis and also at the death of Sarah Black that tenement willed to her during her life. I also leave and bequeath to my said natural son William Jackson three and one half acres of land in Corrybrannan joining Agherland Bridge six acres of land joining Laragh my lands in Cornamaglish (sic) joining Leslie Dixons and one field joining Drumgole (sic) and the remainder of my meadow in Cornamaglush near the lake and situated in the County of Monaghan aforesaid. .

55.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 288, NOTE: He is included as a "natural son" of James in his will. I cannot be certain that Sarah Black was his mother. Hence, the birth date given after the death of James Jackson's wife, Mary Steel.

56.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, I leave and bequeath to my natural son ... Thomas Jackson the profit rent arising out of the farm held by the family known as Parks in said townland of Brackely situated in the County of Monaghan aforesaid.

57.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 288, She is included as a "natural daughter" of James Jackson - but I am uncertain of her mother. Hence, the birth date given after the death of James Jackson's wife, Mary Steel.

58.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, She is described as Susan Martin in her father's will: I leave and bequeath to my natural daughter Susan Martin (?) alias Jackson the sum of one hundred pounds. .

59.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, To my natural daughter Anne Jackson the sum of twenty pounds .

60.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

61.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

62.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

63.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

64.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

65.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

66.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     "[John] married Sarah Elizabeth McCrea, born in and of Philadelphia. She was born 25 July 1779, the eldest daughter of James McCrea formerly of Binelly, Donagheady parish, Co Tyrone and his wife Hannah Alexander, of the Alexanders of Aughmull, Aberdeenshire. Shortly after their marriage the two emigrated to Philadelphia.    "Sarah Elizabeth's brother John McCrea is stated to have been in his day the largest ship owner in that city.    "This data is taken from a tree at PRONI and also from “The McCrea Family” by Frank Willing Leach, printed in “The North American” Phila, 17 Dec 1911."    - excerpts from an email to Peadar Murname from Simon Elliot, 1 jan 2011  .

67.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

68.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes..

69.  Misc, On the 24th June, at the residence of his brother, James Jackson, Esq. near Florence, Alabama, U. S. America, ALEX. JACKSON, Esq. son of the late James Jackson, Esq. Ballybay. The Belfast Newsletter, Friday, 15 September, 1826   .

70.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

71.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

72.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

73.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

74.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

75.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, "Mr. Jackson's daughter, Fanny, became wife of the Rev. John Johnston, D.D., Tullylish, and mother of the Rev. William Johnston, D.D., Belfast. Another of Mr. Jackson's daughters was married to Captain Sidney H. Rowan, second of the celebrated patriot's five sons. Dr. Madden is astray in stating that Captain Gawen Hamilton was, at the time of his death, the only surviving son of A. Hamilton-Rowan. "  - footnote, Ulster Biographies, Relating Chiefly to the Rebellion of 1798, by W T Latimer, 1897  .

76.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

77.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158.

78.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, In this tree she was named "Sally".

79.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, had a date of 1786.

80.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 281.

81.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

82.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158, GRAVESTONE #13.

83.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Mrs Jackson of Crieve House, Co. Monaghan, died 22 jan 1820, age 67 years, wife of John Jackson.    - Freeman's Journal, findmypast.ie  .

84.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Said to marry Given - but correction Mary married Given.

85.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283, Died an infant.

86.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Died young.

87.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

88.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, "[Alexander & Mary] lived at Cremorne House, which Alex built in 1785. He was a Captain in Grattan's Valunteers and worked with his father in the town [Ballybay] as a linen merchant. He got a lease of the Dawson lands in Corwillin and Edenforan on his undertaking to erect two bleach mills there. He later exchanged these for land at Bowelk. He also had land near Monaghan town which presumably he rented out as a middleman."    - At The Ford of The Birches, James H Murname & Peadae Murname  .

89.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158, I am entering this here based on a hunch.

90.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

91.  Deeds registry, ROD 404-449-269706  While marriage sett had upon death of John HENRY, Alexander JACKSON, linen merchant, Clon_illan, Co. Monaghan receiving equal part of estate of John HENRY of Broomfield, Co. Monaghan for 5s ster John HENRY grants his part of Alexander HENRY of Richardstown, Co. Louth, eldest son of John HENRY & William HENRY, 3rd son of John HENRY, Thomastown & Littledickin, Co Louth, then in possess of Anthony McDERMOT & Zacharia MAXWELL subject to charge of sd sum of £300 (see Alexander JACKSON) in trust, for use of John HENRY , forever.  Anthony McDERMOT & Zacharia MAXWELL were in possession of lands of Thomastown & Littledickin, Co Louth as granted by John HENRY to Alexander & William HENRY in trust.   As to other children of John HENRY, Alexander JACKSON agrees to waive benefit in lieu of £300 to be pd on John HENRY's death, and grants Alexander and William HENRY for 5s ster lands of Clo_illan, Endso and B_elk, MON in trust for sev'l uses & for £90 jointure for Mary JACKSON or £60 for Mary JACKSON on death of Alexander JACKSON.WITNESSES: John HENRY the younger (presumably the second son of John HENRY sr.), Linen Merchant of Lisnagoan, Co. Cavan, .

92.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

93.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284 footnote.

94.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283.

95.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, died single. Gave a birth month of April.

96.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284, Spinster living in Dublin.

97.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284 footnote.

98.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Described as a spinster living in Dublin in an 1825 settlement    - At the Ford of the Birtches      "To my cousins Ellen & Sarah Jackson of Dublin, the interest for life of the five hundred pounds stg [sterling] they have held for several years pas'd, and of which Robert Murdoch, Sol'r Dublin can give information when required."    - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838  .

99.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, died in 1873 in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland5 at age 80. .

100.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Died single.

101.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284, Spinster living in Dublin.

102.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Described as a spinster living in Dublin in an 1825 settlement    - At the Ford of the Birtches      "To my cousins Ellen & Sarah Jackson of Dublin, the interest for life of the five hundred pounds stg [sterling] they have held for several years pas'd, and of which Robert Murdoch, Sol'r Dublin can give information when required."    - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838      She was living at Cremorne with her brother John when she wrote her will in 1872. She left £100 to him; £500 to her niece Ellen Anketell; £500 to her niece Dorcas Boyd; £100 to her niece Emily Sloan; £100 to her nephew John Jackson; £100 to her nephew William Henry Jackson; £100 to her nephew Robert Boyd; £100 to her nephew Alexander Jackson Boyd;  £100 to her nephew Sidney Jackson; her debentures on the Great Western Railway of Canada to her nieces Mary & Fanny [Dyas]; the remainder to be divided equally between her nephews John & William Jackson, and Robert and Alexander Boyd.    By codicil dated 1875 she gives a rocking chair and other items to Dorcas Boyd and the remainder of her furniture to her nephew John Jackson, her executor.  .

103.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

104.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284.

105.  PRONI, T808/8259 Groves  Manuscripts [NOTE: transcripts made by Tenison Groves, an antiquarian working in the Public Record Office of Ireland before 1922 (main PRONI Reference T808)].    Memorial of assignment of mortgage of 13 April 1799 for £1200 by Henry JACKSON of Dublin City, merchant to John STOKES & William Southwood of same merchants. Mill & Mill holding of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin with its dwelling House, Iron Mill, Engines, Forges &c & 7 acres to hold for life of Hugh JACKSON son of said Henry or for 99 years from March 1789 & 18 acres in Roebuck held for 31 years. WITNESSES James JOHNSTON & Jacob William JACKSON of Dublin City attourneys. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.  Memorial registered 17 June 1711 [sic] of Deed 18 June 1811 by Henry JACKSON of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin Esq. to George THOMPSON of Roebuck, Co. Dublin Esq. Mill & Mill holding 7 acres of Clonskeagh leased by Lord Trimleston to said Henry JACKSON for life of his son Hugh JACKSON or for 99 years. 18 acres of Boebuck leased 24 Dec 1788 by Lord TRIMLESTOWN to M M’CAR for 31 years and also leased 29 Sept 1803 by William C. HAGAN of Dublin City to above Hugh JACKSON to commence from 29 September 1819 for 69 years. The quarry & Limekiln &c 1 acre at Clonskeagh held for 87 years at 1s by lease from William C. HOGAN to James WOODMASON dated 4 Feb 1802 all which are now the property of above Henry JACKSON who now assigns to THOMPSON for £3500. WITNESSES: James JOHNSTON of York St.; Francis GREGG of Blackhall St. both Attourneys, Dublin. Memorial signed by JACKSON.  .

106.  PRONI, Dublin Directory  1827 Joseph JACKSON victualler 5 Patrick Street  1815 No Henry JACKSON  1800 Henry JACKSON ironmills Rogersons Quay  1798 Henry JACKSON ironfounder 159 Church St  1798  1794 Henry JACKSON ironfounder 160 Church St  1794 Henry JACKSON iron monger 87 Pill Lane  .

107.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

108.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes., she gives a death date of 30 Jun 1817, Baltimore.

109.  Bill Farrell's Site, http://www.farrell-family.org/#Ancestry.

110.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Name given was McGraw.

111.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

112.  Bill Farrell's Site, http://www.farrell-family.org/#Ancestry.

113.  NOTE, AN error in Betham Prerogative Will Extracts to 1800. Ref. T/559/24 Page 170 of Volume 24  annotation relates to Page 243 of Volume 17. Henry Jackson married 1791 [should be 1771] to Eliz daughter of Mark Magrath.    has: .

114.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

115.  Bill Farrell's Site, http://www.farrell-family.org/#Ancestry.

116.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, ``Old Maid``.

117.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

118.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 285, He was described in Letitia's will as an apothecary. They lived in the Square in Ballybay, possibly in the Trainor premises. Like his brothers, he was a Captain in the Ballybay company of Grattan's Volunteers. He was implicated in the United Irishmen consipiracy and was a fugitive until the danger of arrest blew over.

119.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Hugh lived at Drumfaldra House and ran an apothecary from Ardmore House, which is now a Guest House.      The names of all the children come from genealogy notes compiled by Letitia Emerson Tennent in the mid 1870s concerning her Jackson aunts and uncles.    Memoranda relating to my dear Grandmother's family:    Eleanor Jackson, my mother, born 18 January 1781 - married W Tennent Esq 25 March 1805 - died 18 january 1807    Letitia Jackson, born 22 January 1782 - died April 20 - died 1783    Hugh Jackson, born 19 January 1783 - died May 18, 1783    Humphrey Jackson, 24 Nov 1784 - died January 1833 in America    Hugh Jackson, b. 2 dec 1785 - died 15 sept 1805 of yellow fever in America    Susana Jackson, b. 2 april 1787 - died 23 may 1787    Letitia Jackson, b. 24 jul 1788 - died in America 11 august 1815. Well remember her; a beautiful woman    Isabella Jackson, b. 21 oct 1789 - died 14 may 1829. Well remember    Susana Jackson, b. 25 jun 1792 - died 31 dec 1824 [1826?]. Well remember. Much loved.    James Jackson, b. 8 sep 1793 - died in America 13 may 1824. Such a fine character and clever man: remember him well    Henry Jackson, b. 5 jul 1795 - died abroad - [?] [?] 1814. Just recall!    John Jackson, b. 13 nov 1797 - died 9 feb 1798    Alexander Jackson, b. 2 aug 1799 - died in America 6 aug 1839. Recall well.    Mary Jackson, my loved aunt, b. 29 oct 1800    - Letitia Emerson Tennent, sep 1876      The will of Hugh Jackson, as transcribed by Bill Farrell:    Will of Hugh Jackson  of Ballybay dated  13 March 1797  The Will of Hugh Jackson  [signed] _ _ Nay [?]  [Will]  [D1748/8/3/8/1 penciled at the top]   In the Name of God Amen  I, Hugh Jackson, of Ballybay in the County of Monaghan do make and publish this my Last Will in the Following Manner  I do Bequeath to My Brothers Henry Jackson of the City of Dublin and John Jackson of Creive [sic] in the County of Monaghan their Heirs and Executors all my Right Title and Interest in the Lands of Corry Brannin and the Houses and Tenaments that I Possess in the town of Ballybay and all my Goods, Chattles Book Debts and Bonds In trust for the Several Uses and Purposes here in after Mentioned  First, I leave to my beloved wife, Letitia Jackson, one Hundred pounds that her Brother John Left Her together with His [?]inter that was settled on Her at her Marriage of Thirty pounds per year - the House I now Live in and the Lands of Corry Brannen I have, Subject to the Same and I Leave to my Son Humphrey Jackson and My Son Hugh Jackson all my Freeholds afore Mentioned together with all my Goods, Chattles Book Debt, Bonds I have and those a Like the Said Humphrey and Hugh Paying all my Debts and to Each of their Brothers & Sisters the Following Sums -   to their Sister Eleanor Jackson the Sum of Four Hundred pounds when ever she is married or attains the age of twenty one years   and to their Sisters Letitia, Isabella & Susan the Sum Three Hundred pounds to each and every one of them upon their Being Married or attaining the age of twenty one years   and to their Brothers James Jackson and Henry I leave the Sum of three Hundred pounds to Each of them upon their being Married or attaining the age of twenty years -   all the above Legacies subject to Lawful Interest from the Day of My Death  But should either Humphrey or Hugh dying before they are married or attain the age of twenty one years in that case the Survivor must pay to Each of their Brothers and Sisters the Sum of one Hundred pounds in addition to their affore mentioned Legacies.   And in case Both Should die before they are married or attain the age of twenty one I leave there part share and share a like among their Brothers and Sisters  I leave it in the Power of My Executors to Expend Such Sum or Sums of Money in Clothing, Schooling and Dyet [sic] & Lodging of my Children as they shall think Requisite the said Sums not to Exceed the Interest of their Fortunes  And I hold any of my Daughters mary [sic] with out the Consent of their Mother or one of their Guardians they are to get but the Sum of one Hundred pounds the Remainder of their Fortune to be divided amongst My Children as My Executors Shall think proper.  And I do appoint my Brothers John Jackson of Creive and Mr. Robert Thompson of Culmin and my wife Letitia Jackson Guardians to my Children and I appoint my Wife Letitia Jackson and Her Brother Robert Thompson of Culmin Executors to this my Last Will and Testament.   Signed and Sealed this 14 Day of March 1797 [??]  [Signature] Hugh Jackson  Seal [illegible]  [Witnesses]   [Signature] Thomas Jackson  [Signature] Susanna Thomson  [Signature] Eleanor Jackson  .

120.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

121.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158.

122.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

123.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 285.

124.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

125.  Gravemarker, The New Burying Ground, p 145:  To the memory of Mrs. Letitia Jackson, widow of the late Hugh Jackson of Ballybay, Esqr. who died the 11th Feby 1826 aged 65 years. And her daughter Susan Jackson who died 31st Decr 1826 aged 34 years. And also her daughter Isabella WINNING, relict of the late William Winning Esq., Surgeon of the Royal Navy, who died 20th May 1827 aged 27 years. Also William Winning their son who died 14th August 1878 aged 59 years.

126.  NOTE, This name is unsourced and may not belong here.

127.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, of yellow fever.

128.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, notes from Letia Emerson TENNENT  Susana Jackson, b. 25 jun 1792 - died 31 dec 1824 [1826?]. Well remember. Much loved.

129.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

130.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, James provided a detailed description of events at the negotiation of the 1820 treaty with the Choctaw Indians in a letter to his sister's uncle by marriage, Robert Tennent. The letter, sent from Florence, AL, was dated 30 Nov 1820, and also includes a description of the character of General Andrew Jackson. For more see Farrell-Family.org.

131.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1816-1822    Copy letter from Tennent to James Jackson, Nashville, [Tennessee], a reply to this letter, and a further letter from Jackson then writing from Florence, [Alabama]. Tennent writes at some length encouraging Jackson to pursue the educational and moral enlightenment of his neighbours, suggesting the establishment of a body such as the Royal Society of London which he believes has done much to advance 'the character of England'. In his reply Jackson relates details on his progress in these respects and also provides Tennent with a small, hand-drawn, plan of Nashville and its environs which be supplements with information about its population [number, nationalities, types of employment, trading activities, etc]. In his second letter, Jackson describes his experience at the treaty negotiations between the 'United States' Government and the Choctow Indians and offers his observation on the tribe's habits and customs.    - PRONI, D1748/C/1/90      1815-1822     Description : Letters from Tennent's brother-in-law James Jackson, writing from Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, and Philadelphia. They relate mostly to family matters, with frequent mention being made of Tennent's daughter, Letitia, of whom the Jackson family were obviously very fond. Jackson also provides Tennent with details of his two journeys to Philadelphia, the death of his sister, Letitia, on the first, and, later, his hopes of establishing abusiness partnership in the cotton trade with his cousin Washington Jackson and his intention to settle in Louisville.    - PRONI, D1748/B/1/153      From the Northern Whig of 1924, reprinted in The Ford of the Birches (page 284):    'At New Orleans on 13th May last year, James Jackson, Esq, son of the Late Hugh Jackson of Cremorne, Esq., "This young gentleman, who was early paid the great debt of nature, was possessed in an eminent degree of these qualities which render the human character estimable in the sight of God and man".    The Ford of the Birches attributes this obit to the wrong person, a possible grandson of Alexander Jackson. However, the date of death given in the obit corresponds with James date of death given on Lady Letitia Emerson Tennant's family tree.  .

132.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, d 1842 - NOTE a different year than given in Letita Emerson TENNENT's notes.

133.  Irish Emigration Database,  At New Orleans, on 13th of May last, JAMES JACKSON,  Esq. son to the late Hugh Jackson, of Cremorne (near  Balibay), Esq. This young Gentleman, who has early  paid the great debt of nature, was possesed in an  eminent degree, of those mental qualities which render  the human character estimable in the sight of God and  man. Pious, humane, honourable, candid and just, he  gained the esteem of all by the gentleness of his  demeanour, the correctness of his conduct, and the  purity of this heart. He was a safe and instructive  companion - a steady and ardent friend - a kind  brother - an affectionate son. Warmly attached to  his native country, he was a genuine patriot from  principle - and a friend and protector of the poor  and the distitute from an innate benevolence of  heart. His virtues will therefore live in the memory  of all those who knew him, as long as sterling worth  shall be treasured in the recollection of the good  and the wise.

134.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, from Letita Emerson TENNENT's notes: Henry Jackson, b. 5 jul 1795 - died abroad - [?] [?] 1814. Just recall!

135.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, There is a Henry Jackson who witnessed the marriage between James Taylor White and Sarah Cade in 1813 in St. Martin's Church. I'd guess that it was this Henry Jackson.

136.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

137.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Excerpt from a letter to William Tennent from Washington Jackson, dated 29 dec 1827, Belfast:    "Mr. Alex Jackson sailed for New Orleans in Oct. last & his sister Mary & his late sisters 2 children who live with her & are very well."    Note: who are the two children mentioned? Could they be the Winning kids, William & Eleanor?  .

138.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

139.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Henry JACKSON1 was born in 1799 in Ireland and died on 2 Nov 1874 in Brackley, Co. Monaghan, Ireland at age 75. .

140.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     I leave and bequeath to my natural son Henry Jackson the house and farm now in his possession in Brackley    - from the will of his father, James Jackson    Henry owned 51 acres in Brackley as late as the 1870s    The children are named in the following will. I have managed to trace them but there's a twenty year difference between the first born and the last born, which leads me to suspect he had more than one wife.      Brackley Near Ballebay  County Monoghan  May 1st, 1811    Dear Mrs. Blackford, a letter has been put into my hand by the Ballebay Post Mistress which gives me to understand you are anxious to hear about some of your mother's friends Jane I been her brother I would feel happy to give you any information I could. Respecting them but as there was no observation in your letter your Friends you wished to hear about I will give a slight of details of those she left in Ireland before 1822. There was then 3 sons and 3 daughters living here. William, Thomas and myself, Henry--then 3 daughters, Susan, Elizabeth and Anne. The daughters were all married. None of the sons were married. William dead 10 years. Tom went to America after the death of his wife and brought his 2 children with him. William died leaving no family behind him live but wife, Isabell. I was very sorry when I got the letter that it did not say whether your mother, my sister, was living or not. I am the only survivor of James Jackson. I believe family of 21 children. (There was more but it is too long to write.)    Henry Jackson  72 year old uncle of Jane Jackson    - copied from Marth aka blender's database at rootsweb    Note: the date the letter was written appears to be incorrect. Henry was 72 in 1871. Jane Jackson was born 1803 in Ballybay, moved to America in 1817 and died there in 1858. She appears to be a grandaughter of James Jackson but I cannot identify her parents.There's a WV death record for Jane whereby she actually died 20 sep 1856 of dysentry.  .

141.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Will made 14 sep 1874, Brackley    In brief:    Henry leaves his farms in Brackley (co. Monaghan) and Lisnadara (co. Cavan) and his interest in a farm in Lisnadara held by Francis Biggan to his son William, BUT if William marries  Margaret Hegan, or goes live with her, he receives only that portion of land in Brackley that Henry purchased from James Molloy, and then he's to pay an annual rent on that land to his sisters Susan and Letitia Jackson who will inherit the remainder of the land in Brackley. Also, he will have to pay £50 each to his sisters Elizabeth Kelly and Jane Cuming. In the event that William does not marry Margaret Hegan he will get all the land in Brackley subject to the payment of £50 each to his 4 sisters. Henry also leaves his right and interest in a Promisory note of Thomas Henry Jackson to his daughter Susan. The right and interest in a second Promisory note is left to his son Thomas Henry Jackson. All his stock & chattles are to be divided among William, Susan & Letita (so long as William does not marry Margaret Hegan!). Susan and Letitia also recieve the profit rent arising out of the portion of land held by John Parks, William Parks & Joseph Hodgen of Brackley and Mary Hodgen of Drumgarragh and William Parks of Killen. Finally, Jane Cuming gets the Moiley Cow (?)    Executors: Susan Jackson and his son in law William Kelly.    Witnesses: William John McCracken & Henry Cuming    Codicil made 4 oct1874    Susan Jackson is to receive, in addition to the above, land beyond the stockyard subject to rent paid to William, and that said land to revert to William or his heirs upon her death, and that he or they hold it forever.    Effects under £300  .

142.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Henry married Jane UNKNOWN.19 Jane was born in 1803,5 died in 1871 in Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland19 at age 68, and was buried in Loughmourne Presbyterian Cemetery, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.19.

143.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Susan Jackson late of 91 Rugby-avenue Belfast Spinster who died 2 November 1894 at same place were granted at Belfast to Letitia Jackson of 91 Rugby-avenue Belfast Spinster a Sister. Effects $398 14s.    - Will Calendar (PRONI)  .

144.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Jane JACKSON6 was born circa 18405 and died on 18 Oct 1906 in Tonyellida, Co. Monaghan, Ireland6 at age 66.     General Notes:     Will of Jane Cuming, made 17 jan 1901    In brief:     She gives 5 shares in the National Bank to her niece Letitia Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of William Jackson of Brackley, everything else she gives upon trust to her niece Mary Jane Hines to clothe, support and maintain her (Jane's) husband Robert Cuming during his natural life. Thereafter, Mary Jane is to hold the money upon trust for her son William Hinds until he reaches the age of 21. Should he die before then the money is to go to whichever of Mary Jane's sons should first reach the age of 21. To Sarah and Ellen Cuming, daughters of Jackson Cuming, £50 each, and another £50 to Loughmourne Presbyterian church.    Witnesses: Frank A Orr & Samuel Byrne    In a codicil made the same day she appoints Frank Hinds & Thomas Gartlan executors of her will    Effects: £432 10s    Note: William is Mary Jane's second born son (?). Was Jackson Cuming her son? James & Jackson Cuming were witnesses to the will of William Jackson. No, it seems they were both her brother's in law.    Jane married ROBERT CUMING6 in 1873 in Castleblayney, Co. Monagan, Ireland.5 ROBERT was born circa 1850 and died in 1929 in Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Ireland5 at age 79.    General Notes:     1911, Irish Census, Crossalare, Monaghan    Cuming, Robert, 57, farmer, Monaghan                Matilda, 41, married 1 yr  & 1 servant    .

145.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   1901, Irish Census, Killaughey Street, Ballycross, Down    Hinds, Francis Thomas, 34, bank clerk             Mary Jane, 30, wife, co. Cavan             John, 2, Co. Down             Francis William, 10 months, Co. Down  Kelly, Elizabeth, 70, mother in law, Co. Monaghan  Jackson, Letitia, 50, visitor, Co. Monaghan  & 1 servant    Note: Elizabeth Kelly is Letitia's sister and Mary Jane Hinds is her niece  .

146.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Jackson Letitia of Ballymena county Antrim spinster died 2 February 1925 Probate Belfast 20 July to Francis Thomas Hinds agent of the Bank of England (Ballymena). Effects £5.

147.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

148.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 279, It is believed that he married and had a family.

149.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

150.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

151.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Sarah was compelled to leave Ireland following the Irish revolt of 1798. She settled in Florence, AL and moved later to Louisiana. Sarah and John Hanna had two sons and four daughters.    "Mrs Hanna is spending the winter in Cuba with her daughter Mrs Ogden who is in very delicate health. Mrs James Hanna is also there for her health."    - Excerpt from a letter written by Margret Simpson to her sister, Florence, 12 Jan 1841 (DIPPAM)    .

152.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

153.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

154.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

155.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, The death date in this compilation was: 17 Apr 1837.

156.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, James Jackson HANNA1 was born circa 1800 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland and died on 1 Jan 1867 in New Orleans, LA10 at age 67.     General Notes:     The Irishman James J Hanna was associated with Henry Anderson as wholesale grocers. Hanna born 1800 in Ballybay, Ireland, was a nephew of James Jackson, one of the city's founding fathers. He was married to Paralee Frances Childress, niece of John Childress, another founder of Florence. James and Paralee Hanna made their home on the Northwest corner of North Court and Tiscaloosa Streets. Hanna's partner, Henry Anderson, later moved to Mississippi.      - A walk Through the Past, People and Places of Florence and Lauderdale County, Alabamb, by William Lindsey McDonald          Year: 1850; Census Place: , Terrebonne, Louisiana; Roll M432_241; Page: 335A; Image: 180    Hanna, James G, 49, Ireland              Ellen, 30, PA              Alex G, 23, AL              Jane, 18, AL              Sarah, 9/12 LA              Bessie, 1, LA    James married Paralee Frances CHILDRESS2 on 6 Feb 1823 in Lauderdale Co, AL.42 Paralee was born on 10 Dec 1806, died on 21 Jun 1842 at age 35, and was buried in James Jackson Cemetery at the Forks of the Cypress, Lauderdale  Co., AL.  Children from this marriage were:  .

157.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Christened Eleanora.

158.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

159.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

160.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, Thomas Jr., in 1799, married Eleanora JACKSON. Eleanora was a native of County Monaghan, daughter of James JACKSON (1743-1822) and his wife Mary STEEL (1749-1784). James, whose ancestry we can trace back for many more generations, was a descendant of minor British nobility. One of his forebears (Sir John JACKSON) was knighted by Elizabeth I. Another Sir John JACKSON was knighted by the ill-fated Charles I, and after that monarch lost his head, Sir John settled the family in Ireland, in County Monaghan.  According to Grandfather FARRELL (Norman, 1843-1918), Thomas Jr. and Eleanora came to the US in 1800, but this is evidently wrong. They were married in Cork in 1799, and their first four children were born at Rockafield in Ireland. Grandfather mentioned that the family had "bleaching greens" there. In any event, between the birth of the fourth child in December, 1804 (she died at birth) and the birth of the fifth child (Jane Barbara) in October, 1807, the family moved to Nashville.  There, with the aid of the 10,000 pounds sterling, Thomas KIRKMAN, his wife Eleanora, and her brother James went into the hardware business. Eleanora was five years older than her husband and eight years older than her brother James. In 1805, when they came to Nashville, Eleanora was 31, Thomas was 26, and James was 23.  .

161.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

162.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes., 36.

163.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes..

164.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

165.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 279, An officer in the British Army.

166.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

167.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

168.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     "Mary Jackson married Stanley Daniel of Caricmacross. Aunt Mary died of consumption leaving 2 children. She was beautiful, fair as a lily, with red hair. "    - Ann Pope (1802-1886), 22 March 1879, Farrell-family.com      Mary, married Wm. Daniel [McDaniel] and had good many children. They never came to America. She was said to be a great beauty, red hair, dark eyes and lovely complexion    - Farrell-Family.org      I leave and bequeath to my grandchildren William and Mary Daniel - the children of my daughter Mary Daniel alias Jackson deceased the half of the shamble tenement and also the houses built by William Gray and William Irwin known by the name of the Dixon tenement all situated in the town of Ballybay aforesaid.     - Will of James Jackson  .

169.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

170.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

171.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

172.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

173.  NOTE, Mentioned in will of James JACKSON 1820, their grandfather.

174.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

175.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Year: 1850; Census Place: District 1, Lauderdale, Alabama; Roll: M432_7; Page: 268B; Image: 544.    Sarah Jackson, 61, NC, & several sons, a dau in law, a grandau & James Kirkman, 20.    They are living next door to the widow of Gen. John Coffee, Mary Donelson      James Jackson was the seventh son and eleventh child of James and Mary Steel Jackson. He was born October 25, 1782, at Ballybay, County Monagahan, Ireland. In 1799 he came to Philadelphia from Germany where he and an uncle had fled because of their involvement in the Irish Rebellion. In 1801, Jackson moved to Nashville. It wasn't long before he began an association with Andrew Jackson and John Coffee that would lead him to the banks of the Tennessee River in Northern Alabama. It was in Nashville where Jackson met and was married to Sarah Moore McCullough, a descendant of three colonial Caroline governors, including Sir John Yeamans, founder of Charleston. James Jackson served in both Alabama houses and in 1830 was elected president of the Senate. This prominent founding father of Florence died August 17, 1840, and is buried in the Jackson Cemetery near the ruins of the Forks of Cypress mansion.    - A walk Through the Past, People and Places of Florence and Lauderdale County, Alabama, by William Lindsey McDonald  .

176.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Twin Dreams that Came True at Florence, by Waring Sherwood    The planning and building of The Forks of Cypress by James Jackson, and the part he had with the founding of Florence were events closely allied: the completion of the one, and the progressive development of the other, in the gray dawn of the Nineteenth Century, supply a memorable chapter in the history of that frontier era, and, furthermore, express the fullfillment of James Jackson's absorbing ambition. In fact, it is the story of a man with vision and the genius to make his dreams come true.    The Fruition of these dreams was no accident: years of special training and preparation had preceded James Jackson's selection of this idyllic site at the southern terminus of the blue grass belt spreading from central Kentucky down through Tennessee to the Big Bend of The Tennessee  River - years influenced by the halcyon days of his youth.    James Jackson was born in Creive, - bear Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland, Oct. 25, 1782. He was reared by his father and grandmother, his mother having died when he was only two years old..    The family homestead, with its spreading meadows, where he was born was inherited by his father from Hugh Jackson, his father; who in turn, was the grandson of Sir John Jackson who fought under the Black Prince and was knighted for valor on the battlefield of Crecy.    At the time of his mother's death, James and three brothers: John, Alexander, and infant Washington; and four sisters: Sarah, Eleanora, Martha, and Mary, constituted the family of "orphans" left in the care of their father and and grandmother Ellinor Gault Jackson. Grandfather Hugh Jackson had passed on seven years before.    Until her death in 1791 Grandmother Jackson aided her son in "bringing up" the family of eight children, ranging in age, at the time of their mother's death, from Sarah, 12, to infant Washington. Her high ideals and strong Christian character left an indelible impact on her grandchildren, the same as it had in the rearing of her five sons.    The environment, too, had its influence on those children of James and Mary Steel Jackson: the ancestral homestead generated a feeling of veneration and family pride.    Anne Hanna (Martha's daughter) and her sister Mary, lived in the old homestead for 10 years when they, too, were orphaned by the untimely death of Martha in 1808. Their father, Colonel Hugh Hanna, had died two years earlier. Again the old home of the Jacksons opened its doors, and Grandfather James his heart, this time to the orphans of his daughter.    The years spent with her grandfather - seven to 17 - were impressionable ones. Years later  in 1878 Anne gave a vivid description of the house and its environs in a letter to Florence Kirkman, a cousin. In this letter she paints, in colors softened by the years, a picture of rare beauty, treasured by later generations, and reproduced in the Jackson Family Record. Excerpts from the letter follow:    "The house, two stories high, was covered in Ivy: its structured stone walls and slate roof shielded it from the ravages of time. it was here my great-grandfather Hugh Jackson lived and died: here Grandfather James Jackson was was born and died; and here his children were born. A large garden of flowers and fruit trees surrounded the house; stables and barns were near; a clear river which joined the River Shannon a few miles below Cavan, abounding in fish, and through the estate; fine oaks and laurels lined its banks."    Young James loved the lush meadows - the barns - the horses. In the "blue grass" of Lauderdale County a quarter of a century later, he could se those meadows of Monaghan County, and the old estate at Creive; here the idea for his Forks of Cypress with its stables and horses was inspired. His Uncle [Grandfather] Hugh's famous racing mare, Jane, and her cup-winning capers at Cootehill, added, no doubt to his zeal and devotion to his stables. Tradition has it that Jane was buried just outside the door of the old homestead, where Hugh was then its master.    Soon after his grandmother's death - he was then nine - James took up residence with his Uncle Henry, a prosperous ironmonger in Dublin. He was apt student and progressed well in his clesses, majoring in civil engineering, a profession he later put to good use in surveying the lands and drawing the plans for the Forks of Cypress, and assisting in the engineering and layout of the village that grew into the City of Florence.    ....

177.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, ...  His school days were cut short by the Rebellion led by Robert Emmet which erupted in 1799, when he was but 17. With his uncles Henry and John he escaped first to Germany, then to the United States. His uncle Henry had difficulty in smuggling his lathes and machines from Dublin to Baltimore, due to England's ban on machinery leaving its shores; five years were required to reestablish his business. In the meantime young James devoted himself to his studies in engineering, and in adjusting himself to the ways of the new world.    1804 found James Jackson in Nashville, Tenn., with an establishment in a two-storied building on the east side of Market Street; he lived up stairs over his store.    During the span of years between the establishment of his Nashville business in 1804, and his investments in and removal to Lauderdale County in 1818, James Jackson's impelling ambitions found fruitful realization. Eagerly he caught step with the ever-expanding movement of this new land of his adoption. The way was far from rose-strewn, but when obstacles appeared, the intrepd Son of Erin brushed them aside, and buoyed by the dreams of his youth, he pursued his course, climaxed with the building of his "Castle in Spain," the Forks of Cypress and the co-founding of Florence on the palisades of the Tennessee at Muscle Shoals.    His marriage in 1810 to the lovely widow of Samuel McCulloch ushered in a new era in the life of James Jackson.    Sarah Moore (Sally as she was called by the family and close friends) was a lineal descendant of Sir John Yeamans and John Baptista Ashe, and a great-grandaughter of Governor George Moore of South Carolina. She was barely 20 at the time of her marriage to James Jackson. Her daughter, Elizabeth - born shortly after McCulloch's death - and Mary, Sally and James' first born - inadvertently knit a close tie between the James Jackson family and that of his sister, Eleanora Kirkman, by the years-later marriage of Thomas Kirkman, Jr., to Elizabeth, and James Kirkman to Mary.    These Kirkman sons, with a sister, Mary Letitia, were born in Ireland where Eleanora had had wed Thomas Kirkman of Couty Cork. In 1806 Eleanora and Thomas settled in Nashville, establishing their business on Market Street near her brother James’ store.    Andrew Jackson, later "Old Hickory" and still later, President, - lived in the same quarters where James lived before his marriage, and it was natural the two should become friends and form a close association. They were not related, but as fellow Irishmen they had much in common.    Active in politics, both local and national, "Andy" Jackson found many opportunities for profitable investment: Indian lands, such as the Big Bend area in Alabama; the Western District which included the Chickasaw Bluffs where he had a hand - and considerable interest - in founding in 1819 the embryo village of Memphis. Indeed, this was the "land Company" era.    Caught by this impelling movement, 10 1817 James Jackson and two others, General John Coffee and Supreme Justice John McKinley organized the Cypress Land Company.    One hundred and fifty years have passed since that memorable epoch, marked by the birth of Florence. It was a gala occasion! The Cypress Land Company, led by its presiding officer, James Jackson, on July 22, 1819, in a small clearing on the forest-covered plateau overlooking the swirling, island dotted rapids of the Tennessee River - later known as Muscles Shoals - began the sale of a huge tract of land acquired from the Tennessee Land Company. Soon-to-be-President Andrew Jackson was one of the buyers. Scores of others -many of them, also, men of distinction - purchased their future home or business or business site. The sale, - brought to the enterprising promoters the (then stupendous) sum of $223,580!    "Rome was not built in a day" - nor was the Forks of Cypress. Three years were spent in the original building stage, beginning in 1819 with completion in 1822, During this interim James and Sally Jackson, with their four children born in Nashville, occupied a log house erected near the site of the big house being constructed on the knoll where, according to reliable tradition the wigwam of Doublehead, Chief of the Cherokees, had stood. The hewn-log temporary residence was well built and for its day, comfortable. It is standing today - Frank and Willie Rhodes with their sizable brood, its occupants!    ....

178.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, ....  The Big House, as the Forks was called by the local gentry during its early days, was constructed of yellow poplar siding, oak framework, on a foundation of Sanstone. cedar Shingles (shakes) covered the expansive roof, The lumber and all material, except the brick and sanstone, was brough either by land on wagons or on flatboats on the river. "The stone came from the craggy banks of Big Cypress; a stonecutter from England dressed the stone," according to Susan Kirkman Vaughn's description. The 24 columns forming the colonnade encircled the entire building were built of brick made of clay on the place. The columns were covered with cement made by mixing crushed limestone, gravel, charcoal, horsehair and molasses. In the basement, extending the entire width of the building, was an enormous log, chiseled to make a deep through; it was used to salt down the pork side meat, and as some think, to make soap.    As runs in the blood of most Irishmen, James Jackson was a patron of the turf, and did a great service to his fellow patrons by the importation and breeding of thoroughbreds.    His stables and barns covered several acres; a racetrack was laid out to the northeast of the house - above the cemetery. It is said to have been a half mile in length. Here Glencoe and Peytona, and numerous other Jackson thoroughbreds, did their training and raced competitively with all comers.    On the quiet wooded hillside, just east of the old log house, enclosed by an ivy covered stone wall, is the Jackson Cemetery. Here sleep many Jacksons and Kirkman, among them James and Sally Moore - he passed away in his prime at 58, she lacking a few months of reaching ninety.    The first internment was Sally's brother, William Augusta Moore. The inscription on his monument gives April 26, 1819, as the date of his death. Other markers of interest are those of Colonel James Jackson, III, and his wife, Elizabeth Perkins; George Moore Jackson and his wife - Elizabeth's sister -Sarah Perkins; and their parents, William O'Neil Perkins and his wife Pocahontas.    Those Perkins monuments bring to mind the story of how the sisters - orphaned in their early girlhood - were reared by Martha, sister of the Jackson boys. Their parents were originally buried in a field about a hundred yards from their home, the "Sinks."    Sarah's son, Admiral Richard H. Jackson, in a letter dated Jun 4, 1965, (he was then in his 99th year) stated in part "... I took the remains and the monument to the cemetery at the Forks of the Cypress which was established by my grandfather Jackson... That cemetery is now completely filled with the relatives of the Jackson's, and these members of the Perkins family - my mother's mother and father."    Colonel Jackson's death, marked Aug. 14, 1879, was caused by a neighbor's runaway team which collided with the carriage in which he was riding. It is of interest to note:  the death of his sister Martha Mitchell, his own and, on Christmas Eve, his mother, - all occured this same year, 1879.    Today there are 64 marked graves in the cemetery, a number of them so weathered by age as to make it difficult to read the inscriptions. "There are 10 unmarked graves - no stones," reports William L. McDonald in a chec made recently. "Many of the monuments are tilted, some broken: a few have fallen down. Immediate attention to some of the graves is urgently needed," he further commented in his report.    A movement is underway composed of James Jackson of Memphis; Kirkman O'Neal of Birmingham; William Mitchell and Ben Craig of Florence, to establish a fund for maintenance of the cemetery, with the hope sufficient may be raised to provide perpetual care.    - Florence Times - Tri-City Daily, 7 jun 1968.

179.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

180.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, A BELOVED FRIEND HAS FALLEN! AND THE PEOPLE MOURN!        It becomes our painful task to record the decease of our worthy and respected fellow-citizen JAMES JACKSON, Esq. He departed this life suddenly, on Monday last, between the hours of twelve and one o'clock in the 58th year of his age. Mr. J. had experienced, a week or two before his death, a violent and dangerous attack of fever; but had recovered from it sufficiently to take moderate exercise, and on the fatal morning rode out upon his plantation, as was his custom when in health. It is probable, however, that on this occasion he presumed too far upon his restoration and his naturally robust and stiffing habits - he returned to the house with a chilly, full sensation, and before one o'clock was a corpse!        Mr. Jackson was a native of Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland, but came to this country in the dawn of his manhood, and settled we believe first in Nashville, in the mercantile business. From thence he removed to Lauderdale County about 22 years ago, and has devoted his time ever since to agriculture and its attendant pursuits. So intimately connected was he with the history of interests of the county and its people, that he was looked upon as their unwavering friend, their faithful counsellor [sic], and almost common father. And well did he deserve these testimonials of the regard and confidence of the community. Of an eminently frank, candid, and noble disposition, and generous to the last degree, his heart and his purse were always open; and those who came to him for friendship, for counsel, or for charity, always met a warm reception, and went not away in want. Possessed of liberal pecuniary means, his benefactions to private and public objects were munificent, and, connected with his perfect amiability and tenderness of heart, will forever go up as a sweet savor of that most holy and most pleasing virtue in the sight of our God, heavenly Charity. His patriotism was of the most ardent description, and his love of his adopted country and her republican institutions filled his heart, to the exclusion of every thing selfish or sectional. He had served his fellow-citizens in their public councils, with signal honor to himself and benefit to them; but public stations were not objects of his ambitions, so much as private usefulness; and it is in this view of his character that his friends most delight to contemplate him. In all the relations of life, such as friend, neighbor, citizen, husband, father, master, he had no compeer; and the community in which he has displayed his many noble traits, and his numerous endearing virtues, will never find his place so completely filled by another as by himself. Need we say that such a man has left a disconsolate family to mourn his loss? - no, but we will rather say he was left a whole community desolate; for the bereavement is general, and the sorrow universal. It is heartfelt grief for the loss of such a man, that prompts us to clothe our paper in these sable tokens of mourning; and we feel sure that all who knew the deceased will join with us in the regret that we cannot also make our columns distill briny tears of sorrow for his departure from among us.

181.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, This tree has Sarah Moore McCULLOGH as the name. I am guessing that she was a McCULLAGH who married a MOORE, was widowed and then married James JACKSON. SOURCE: Nancy CARLBERG, Èvents in the Life of James Jackson`.

182.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

183.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes..

184.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes., 36.

185.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes..

186.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 280, He was the second son - one of a family of four boys and six girls.

187.  Nancy Carlberg, Researcher for Alex Haley. These are her notes..

188.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 281, She had nine children.

189.  Alex Haley & David Stevens, Queen: The Story of an American Family, 12, His older brother John had abandoned Ireland and gone to America with three of his brothers, but his oldest sister, Eleanor was married Oliver Bond, a leader in the secret organization. His sister, Martha had married Hugh Hanna, who Jamie believed to be a "Peep O'Day Boys" a vigilante group, mostly from the peasant class. Under cover of night, towards dawn the "Peep O'Day" took what small vengeance they could against the British forces. His sister Sarah was engaged to Jimmy Hanna, Hugh's brother, who had been tutor to Jamie when he was a boy in Ballybay and that helped awaken his social conscience. Jimmy's uncle, Henry Jackson with whom he lodged while he was in school in Dublin was a leader of the small cell that Jimmy had joined. Yet Jamie was an unlikely revolutionary. The 11th of 12 children, he was born to comparative wealth, and grew up in an atmosphere of privilege and secuity. His father, James Jackson owned many acres of land and a linen mill at Ballybay, near Carrickmacross in County Monaghan. NOTE: Not all this is totally accurate.

190.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

191.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   “How Hugh JACKSON came to have "Crazy Jane". A fish man from Cooly, COUNTY LOUTH, hearing of the wealth of CREEVE brought two creels of fish to sell in CREEVE. The day after he came, he took natural small pox. During his illness, his wee mare was turned out on one of Mr. JACKSON's fields. The first day the hounds were out, the fisherman's mare raised her tail and ran with the dogs all day. In the evening, Mr. Hugh JACKSON bought the mare for £3.0.0. from the fisherman, who was then recovering. It took two smart men to get Mr. JACKSON on her back and when on a child could direct her. The people about the yard seeing her foolish leaps on being mounted said she should be called "Crazy Jane", "Quite so," said Mr. JACKSON, "That will be her name."    “One time Mr. JACKSON and others were hunting a stag that took in at Cumry meadows and crossed our big river. Mr. JACKSON took directly after the stag. Jane stuck in the mud on reaching our side of the river. Father was present and helped him out with her. When Mr. JACKSON was cleaned and dried, now said he to Father, "I will have to walk home as you could not get me on." "Get you on the wall and I will throw a heavy sack on her head and draw her up to the wall and you leap on." So he did and found it quite easy to mount her ever after in that way. Mr. Hugh JACKSON was the fast friend of Father ever after. "Crazy Jane" was buried in all honours under the flag and drum of the Free-masons. Mr. JACKSON gave a grand entertainment to the Masons that evening and night. Father was the only Mason among them. Uncle James BREAKEY of Cormeen was Grand Master of the Masons at that time in this county.”    “The next ugly sight was all the dogs in the Kennel in CREEVE, 52 shot and in one pile for madness. The keeper of the next Kennel was supposed to have been drunk and went into the hounds to take a bitch out to have her puppies. In the morning nothing but his skull and some of his big bones were to be seen. Mr. Hugh JACKSON had them all shot and in a pile and that was the end of the hounds in CREEVE.”     - Annotated index of The Memoirs of Thomas Cathcart Breakey (1834-1914) by Sharon Oddie Brown, thesilverbowl.com    Note: the events described above occured before Breakey was born and it appears that there is some confusion between Hugh and his father John  .

192.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 282.

193.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

194.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

195.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Hugh died on the crossing to America. His wife and two daughters settled in New Orleans, and then moved to Nashville, TN.  October 13, at Memphis, Tennessee, Alicia, Widow of Hugh Jackson, Esq., Ballybay, in the 81st years of her age. - The Armagh Guardian, November 9, 1877   .

196.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, John JACKSON1 was born on 28 Jan 1819 in Ireland, died on 4 Feb 186025 at age 41, and was buried in Nashville City Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN. .

197.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

198.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     “The wall round the upper garden [at DRUMFALDRA HOUSE] was built by 'Red' John JACKSON. 'Red' John JACKSON was the most tackless man on horseback ever was reared about BALLYBAY and thought the least of money. One time he was at a hunt. In leaping his horse over a big open well of Dan McGINS, the horse fell in. He handed James MARTIN of TASSY £5 for the use of his horse till night. James MARTIN had the best hunting horse in the neighbourhood. JACKSON took no farther notice of his horse in the well. When MARTIN got help, the horse was dead. That was the last horse 'Red' John JACKSON could call his own.”    “In the failure of 'Red' John JACKSON, James McCULLAGH of the Cottage, then in business in BALLYBAY, lost £500 (pounds sterling) security, and James McCULLAGH of CORFAD, a very big sum too. The cottage man was the worse for paying that sum.”    - Annotated index of The Memoirs of Thomas Cathcart Breakey (1834-1914) by Sharon Oddie Brown, thesilverbowl.com  .

199.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283.

200.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158.

201.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

202.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

203.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158.

204.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Elizabeth was born in 1793, died on 2 Jun 1824 in Ireland3 at age 31, and was buried in Tullycorbet Parish Church Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.

205.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

206.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Year: 1850; Census Place: Marietta Ward 2, Washington, Ohio; Roll M432_738; Page: 179B; Image: 13.    Jackson, Alice, 50, Ireland                George W, 17, AL                Hugh, , 15, AL  Heslop, Ellen, 18, England      Year: 1860; Census Place: Ironton, Lawrence, Ohio; Roll M653_997; Page: 207; Image: 418; Family History Library Film: 803997.    Jackson, G W, 28, AL                M Louia, 26, VA  Jackson, Alice, 66, Ireland  Dilon, Mary, 16, Ireland      Deaths,     Jackson - October 15, at Gallispolis, Ohio, at the residence of her son, George W. Jackson, Esq., Alicia, relict of the late John Jackson, Esq., of Drumfaldra, County Monaghan, and eldest daughter of the late George Darley, Esq., aged 70 years. Also, on October 10, Louisa, wife of George W. Jackson, Esq., and daughter of the late Colonel Augustine Smyth, aged 31 years.     - Belfast Newsletter, 16 nov 1864 (DIPPAM)  .

207.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 158.

208.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, The University of Southern Mississippi -- McCain Library and Archives                                                                  Historical Manuscripts Home              Collection Title: Jackson (Alexander Melvorne) Papers  Collection Number: M16  Dates: 1846-1892  Volume: 1.10 cu.ft. (632 items)  Provenance: Conway Barker, October 1966.  Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).      Biographical/Historical Sketch:  Alexander Melvorne Jackson, the son of John Jackson, a Scotch-Irish linen merchant, was born at Drumfaldra near Bally Bay, County Monaghan, Ireland, on November 7, 1823. His family emigrated to the United States in 1829 and settled near Athens, Alabama. After his father's death in 1839, Alexander worked as a clerk in Memphis, Tennessee for a short period of time. At the invitation of his stepmother, Alicia Jackson, he went to Marietta, Ohio in 1840 where he received most of his education from private tutors. There he began the study of law under judge Arius Nye. In 1842 he moved to Holly Springs, Mississippi and completed his legal studies under his brother-in-law, Colonel Thomas J. Word. Three years later he was admitted to the Mississippi Bar Association and entered into the practice of law with Judge Nathaniel S. Price of Ripley, Mississippi. In addition, he assisted Judge Price with the editing of the Ripley Advertiser.  At the outset of the Mexican War, in 1846, Jackson joined the 2nd Regiment of Mississippi Volunteers, under the command of Colonel Reuben Davis, and served as Captain of Company E. After the War he returned to Ripley and resumed the practice of law. On April 4, 1849 he married Miss Cordelia C. Kavanaugh, daughter of Dr. W.W. Kavanaugh.  During the 1850's Jackson became involved in politics. In 1852 he was appointed special district attorney in Oxford, Mississippi and served as an elector for the district Democratic convention and later as a member of the State Democratic Central Committee. Then in 1857 he made a bid for the Democratic nomination to the United States House of Representatives. At the convention, Jackson Was deadlocked with J.W. Clapp and J. F. Cushman through 59 ballots. Finally, their names were withdrawn and L. Q. C. Lamar was nominated by acclamation on the sixtieth ballot.  In September of that year Jackson was appointed by President Buchanan as Secretary of the New Mexico Territory. At the outbreak of the Civil War he resigned and joined the Confederate Army. He Served as Adjutant-General of the Sibley Brigade and participated in the New Mexico and Arizona campaign. His health became poor, so in 1864 President Davis appointed him Chief Justice of Arizona. Jackson never assumed that post since the Confederacy lost control of the Territory.  At the close of the War, Jackson settled in Austin, Texas where he formed a law practice with Charles L. Robards and held various positions in the bar. When the Texas Court of Appeals was organized in 1876, he was appointed the Court Reporter. He held that position until his death on July 11, 1889. His wife, Cordelia, preceded him in death by four years. They had three daughters, Clara, Stella, Florence, and two sons, Nat and Alexander Jr. Alexander Jr. succeeded his father as Court Reporter for the Texas Court of Appeals.  Scope and Content:  The Alexander Melvorne Jackson papers contain correspondence and records pertaining to a wide variety of subjects. These include family concerns, Mississippi politics, the Mexican War, the New Mexico Territory, the Arizona Campaign of the Civil War and Texas Politics.  A substantial portion of the collection consists of correspondence between Jackson family members. Dated between the years of 1846 and 1878 are 134 letters written by Alexander to his wife, Cordelia. The correspondence begins with four letters dated from 1846 which describe Alexander's affection for Cordelia and mention his work as a lawyer in the Ripley/Jacinto area of North Mississippi. In 1847 and 1848, Alexander's letters to Cordelia chronicle his involvement in the Mexican War. They describe the hot, dusty conditions of the camps, troop movements, the boredom of the encampments, the prevalence of illness, an outbreak of smallpox, the actions of his "insidious enemies" in Ripley who sought to undermine his reputation, and his love and affection for Cordelia.  Throughout the 1850's Alexander's letters to Cordelia were primarily written to her while he was away from home on business in various northern Mississippi cities. However, there are seven letters from January and February 1853 when Alexander visited Washington, D.C. on political business. They detail his winter journey by steamboat on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers and his crossing the Cumberland Mountains by railroad. ...

209.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, ...During the war years of the 1860's Alexander's letters contain information regarding his service as Adjutant-General of the Sibley Brigade, C.S.A., and his participation in the Arizona/New Mexico campaign. They discuss military matters such as troop movements, conditions in the camps, use of Indians as scouts, and the strength and movements of the Union forces. The letters also discuss a variety of family matters such as finances, divestiture of assets, and the trading of a negro girl. Moreover, they reveal Alexander's concern for his wife and children as a result of the war and recount the tragedy of the death of their infant daughter.  After the war ended the letters reveal the difficulty of adjusting to the new circumstances that the family was confronted with. Finding employment and the resettlement of the family in the Austin area of Texas are the major themes of the letters during this period.  In the 1870's and 1880's the character of the family correspondence changed as the number of letters between Alexander and Cordelia decreased and their children became mature enough to correspond. During this period the correspondence is primarily family-news oriented and between the children.  In addition to family correspondence, this collection contains a variety of personal correspondence between family members and others. Between 1854 and 1858 Albert Gallatin Brown, then a U.S. Senator, wrote five letters to Alexander Jackson. They discuss Brown's dissatisfaction with politics, his attempts to have Jackson appointed to the consulate in Havana, Mississippi politics, slavery, the Kansas Question and the Dred Scott case. Reuben Davis, then a U.S. Congressman wrote to Jackson in 158 and 1860. His letters mention state and national politics, slavery, and David's opinion that war was inevitable. Miguel A. Otero, New Mexico's Territorial delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives (1856-1861), wrote several letters to Jackson in 1860 regarding slave property, the Territorial Slave Code, attempts to further divide the territory, territorial and national politics and the opinion that the territory should apply for admission to the Union as a state. Jacob Thompson, a U.S. Congressman (1839-1851) and Secretary of the Interior (1857-1861), wrote to Jackson eight times between 1851 and 1858 about various state and national political concerns. However, the 1857 correspondence reveals Thompson's successful efforts to have Jackson appointed as Secretary of State of New Mexico Territory. Other correspondents to Alexander Jackson include John Ireland, later governor of Texas; C.A. Brougher, Secretary of State of Mississippi (1860-1865); Thomas J. Word; his brother, John Jackson, and numerous others.  In addition to personal correspondence sent to Alexander Jackson, there are a variety of personal letters from Sarah Jones, John Jackson and others to Cordelia Jackson; letters from "Marie" and other individuals to Clara Jackson; letters between Stella Jackson and J.D. Crutcher; various correspondents and Charles Robards; and an interesting 1852 letter from Arkansas Congressman Robert W. Johnson to Jacob Thompson concerning the possible appointment of Thompson to a presidential cabinet post.  Besides family and personal correspondence, the collection contains a variety of financial, legal, military, and New Mexico Territorial records. The financial records include those relating to the George B. Hollamon bankruptcy (1868-1872), the Regensberger and Company bankruptcy (1876-1877), a cash book of McCreery and Robertson, Merchants (1881-1882), Confederate war tax receipts and exchange certificates, and various other financial documents and records. Most of the legal records are land deeds, grants, indentures, and transfers (1859-1887) for land in Pontotoc, Mississippi; Austin, Texas; Waco, Texas; and various other areas in Texas. The military records include four letters (1861-1863) to Alexander Jackson and two letters (1862) to Charles Robards dealing primarily with the Arizona campaign of the Civil War. There are also six letters dated in March 1868, between General U.S. Grant, General J.J. Reynolds and Acting Assistant Adjunct General Nathaniel Burbank regarding a military escort for a group of miners traveling in Texas. The New Mexico Territorial records are all financial and consist of statements of accounts, ledgers, and fee records of the territory for the period 1858-1861. Finally, the collection contains more than sixty photographs of Jackson family members, friends and scenes from the Austin, Texas area. The photographs date between the early 1860's and the early 1890's. They include a few tintypes, but are primarily albumen prints in Carte-de-visite, Cabinet, Boudoir and various other sizes.  Series:  Family Correspondence, Box 1  Personal Correspondence, Box 1 and 2  Financial Records, Box 2  Legal Records, Box 2  Military Correspondence, Box 2  New Mexico Territorial Records, Box 2  Photographs, Box 3 .

210.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

211.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Ellen JACKSON1 died on 19 Oct 18524 and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland. .

212.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

213.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, He was the first governor of the New Gaol, Downpatrick, Ireland, and elder of the Presbyterian Church in Downpatrick, and a man of strong humanitarian principles. He was an ardent evangalist who rejected liberalism.    Children from this marriage were:      +        114      F          i.          Sarah HAMILTON ROWAN3 was born in 1811, died on 26 Feb 18684 at age 57, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.       +          115      F          ii.      Anne HAMILTON ROWAN3 was born in 1812, died in 18584 at age 46, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.               116      M        iii.      Archibald HAMILTON ROWAN3 was born in 1814, died on 30 Jul 1848 in USA at age 34, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.       117      F      iv.  Mary HAMILTON ROWAN3 was born in 1815, died in 18314 at age 16, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.     She never married and had no children.          118      F          v.         Mildred HAMILTON ROWAN1 was born circa 1817, died in 18534 at age 36, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.     She never married and had no children.   119      M        vi.        John HAMILTON ROWAN1 was born on 31 Jan 1819, died on 20 Feb 1862 in Nashville, Davidson, TN16 at age 43, and was buried in Nashville City Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN.     +   120      M        vii.       Gawin William HAMILTON ROWAN1 was born circa 1819, died on 18 Aug 1851 in Carndonagh, Co. Donegal. Ireland at age 32, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.       +      121      M        viii.      Sidney HAMILTON ROWAN1 was born circa 1821, died in 1858 in Madeira, Portugal4 at age 37, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.            122            F          ix.        Jane HAMILTON ROWAN1 died on 26 Aug 1861 in Dublin, Ireland.16   123           M        x.         Cunningham HAMILTON ROWAN1 died on 26 Dec 1840 in New Orleans, LA.   124         F          xi.        Frances HAMILTON ROWAN1 was born in 1824, died in 18264 at age 2, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.     She never married and had no children.   .

214.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

215.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     On 30th July, at Hannibal, United States of America, aged 34 years, Archibald Hamilton Rowan, eldest son of the late S. H. Rowan Esq., Downpatrick.-- The Belfast Newsletter, Tuesday, 5 September, 1848 (DIPPAM)      Archibald RYAN . Killyleagh died 1848 aged 33 in Hamilton USA: buried with a large extended family in Presbyterian graveyard    - County Down surnames    Note: Ross Davies seems to have confused the last name with the family of Archibald's sister. Also, there's some confusion about where exactly Archibald died.        "We sailed that night for Belfast & went the next day to Downpatrick where we staid three days & enjoyed ourselves very much until the last day when we heard of poor Arch Rowan's death; his mother & sisters were very much distressed. Wm Ryan  came down to see them and as he was going home the next day insisted on my going with him. I staid but one day as I had no time to spare & thought a visit at such a time could not be pleasant to them."    - Excerpt of a letter from Alex Kirkman to his sister Jane Barbara Farrell, dated 11 September, year unknown  .

216.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, John HAMILTON ROWAN1 was born on 31 Jan 1819, died on 20 Feb 1862 in Nashville, Davidson, TN16 at age 43, and was buried in Nashville City Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN.     General Notes:     Year 1835. New Orleans passenger lists    Jno Hamilton Rowan, 17, Ireland, clerk, arrives New Orleans from Belfast      Year: 1860; Census Place: Nashville Ward 3, Davidson, Tennessee; Roll: M653_1246; Page: 352; Image: 507; Family History Library Film: 805246.    John H Rowan, 41, Ireland, clerk, in the home of George W Fall      Rowan John Hamilton, 28 apr,  Letters of Administration of the personal estate and effects of John Hamilton Rowan formerly of Downpatrick in the County of Down in Ireland but late of Nashville in the State of Tennessee in the U.S.A Esquire a Bachelor deceased who died 27 Feb 1862 at Nashville aforesaid were granted at the Principal Registry to Sarah Ryan (wife of William Villiers Ryan) of Belfast of the County of Antrim in Ireland the Sister and one of the next of kin of the said deceased she having been first sworn.    Effexts under £50    - Nat'l Probate Calendar      "Lived at New Orleans, La. after leaving Ireland. He worked in the Kirkman store in Nashville, and gave a walnut traveling desk to Jane Barbara Kirkman, daughter of the house. It passed to Louis  Farrell in the 1930s."    - Bill Farrell    He never married and had no children.   .

217.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, William was a sub-inspector of Police per his marriage record at irishgenealogy.ie. His wife was a minor      August 29 1851  On the 18th inst., at Bridge Cottage, Carndonagh, GAWIN WILLIAM HAMILTON ROWAN, ESQ., of consumption, Sub Inspector of Constabulary, in his 28th year    - Birth, Marriage & Death Notices, Donagh, Co Donegal, 1829 to 1856      The marriage record is signed William Hamilton Rowan but it would make sense that his full name might be Gawin William Hamilton Rowan because Gawin William was the name of his uncle and Gawin was the name of his grandfather. I've always wondered why none of the children were named Gawin.    He is William Ryan per Bess Davies' Co. Down website, buried at Killyleagh, "died 1851 aged 32 in Carndonagh, Donegal". The age of death differs slightly from the previous record.        Gawin married Susan Moroney HARE5 on 27 Feb 1851 in Co. Kerry, Ireland.5     .

218.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

219.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Rowan Jane Hamilton, 5 Nov, The Probate of the Will and Codicil of Jane Hamilton Rowan Formerly of Merrion square East late of 2 Hume Street both in the city of Dublin Spinster deceased on or about 26 aug 1861 at Hume street aforesaid granted 26 Sep 1861 at Dublin in Ireland to William Villiers Ryan of Lough Emy Emy Vale in the County of Monaghan Esquire and Thomas Brunker of Woodville Sandford in the County of Dublin Esquire the Executors was sealed at the Principal Registry London.    Effects in England under £3,000    - Nat'l Probate Calendar    She never married and had no children.   .

220.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Death of Cunningham Hamilton Rowan, Esq.--  It is with painful feelings we announce the death of this young gentleman, son of S. Hamilton Rowan, Esq. of this town, which sad event was occasioned by a lamentable accident, at New Orleans, on the 26th December.  It is usual for the young men of that city to be associated in companies, for the purpose of extinguishing fires.  To one of those companies the late Mr. Rowan belonged, and his death was owing to his gallant and disinterested exertions at a fire, part of a wall having fallen and unfortunately crushed him to death. The subject of this obituary left Downpatrick at a very early age, (we suppose not more than fourteen years), and had endeared himself to all who knew him, by his frank and amiable manners, and the early symptoms he exhibited of vigorous intellect.    -- Downpatrick Recorder, 26 dec 1840 or The Belfast Commercial Chronicle, Monday, 22 February, 1841    "We have heard within the last few days of the sudden and melancholy death of young Rowan. I believe his name was Cunningham, as he was assisting in extinguishing a fire, sad intelligence for his parents."    -- excerpt of a letter from Margaret Simpson, Florence, Alabama to her sister, dated 12 jan 1841      Found at DIPPAM (Documenting Ireland: Parliament, People and Migration)    .

221.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

222.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   Joseph and Dorothy had 6 children, 4 boys and 2 girls, according to At the Ford of the Birches. Only two of these six children, Samuel and John, are actually named.      'In his memoirs, Thomas C. Breakey, b. 1834, writes, “Now I think I will take a note of Balladian school…Two of the teachers in my father's time were degraded ministers, Caldwell and Moharg. These could marry people in the school. Father saw frequent marriages by them…Joseph Cunningham, the father of John and Sam, was a lapper to Creeve under the Jackson's when at the bleaching of linen. Joseph CUNNINGHAM was an avowed United Irishman. He was under cover for a year in CREEVE Castle till the disturbance was over. By that time, one of the Miss Jacksons was married to him by what was called a bucklebeggar or in other words a degraded minister” (Breakey, E. 64)'    “How the Cunninghams came to CREEVE. A man called John NELSON came from LISBURN to manufacture and b1each linen. He took a farm called of late days, COOPER'S FARM. NELSON brought a man with him, CUNNINGHAM by name, the ancestor of the late John and Sam CUNNINGHAM. NELSON cut an acre off his farm on which a mud cabin stood. It is now the Manse for CREEVE Meetinghouse and very renovated in my day. The LISBURN CUNNINGHAM tired of the cabin and left it.”    “Rev'd. [Red?] John JACKSON lived in a very old house in the stand of DRUMFALDRA HOUSE which was removed in part by John CUNNINGHAM when building the present fine house. Sam and John CUNNINGHAM were reared in an old house in the stand of CREEVE HOUSE, lately inherited by Mr. M. M. RUTHERFORD; said house was built by Sam CUNNINGHAM in his days of honour.”    “No person could ever understand how the CUNNINGHAM's got the loan of so much money having no real property of free lands. John CUNNINGHAM got to be agent on a property of Sir John LESLIE's at PITICRUE. In his day of opulence, he built DRUMFALDRA HOUSE. The wall round the upper garden was built by 'Red' John JACKSON.”    - Annotated index of The Memoirs of Thomas Cathcart Breakey (1834-1914) by Sharon Oddie Brown, thesilverbowl.com  .

223.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Railway subscription contracts deposited in the Private Bill Office of The House of Commons, Dundalk Western Railway, est. exp. £96,000, printed 7 mar 1837    Names of interest:    Samuel Cunningham - Crieve, near Ballybay, esquire - 30 shs, £1500  John Cunningham - Drumfaldra, merchant - 40 shs, £2000  Joseph Cunningham - Crieve, near Ballybay, merchant - 30 shs, £1500  Robert Murdock - Eccles-street, Dublin, solicitor - 50 shs, £2500  John Jackson -Cremorne, banker -10 shs, £500        PRONI, D4171/1:    Copy conveyance of the town and lands of Grieve and Drumfaldra, Parish of Aughnamullen, Barony of Cremorne, County Monaghan, from Robert Brunker, Prospect, Co. Monaghan, and John Jackson, Grieve, Co. Monaghan, to Joseph Cunningham, also of Crieve, Co. Monaghan      PRONI, D4171/2:    28 Dec 1846    Copy conveyance of lands in Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan, from John Thompson of Westport, Co. Mayo, acting as assignee of the estate and effects of the bankrupt Joseph Cunningham, to Robert Murdock, Martello Terrace, Kingstown, Co. Dublin.        At the Ford of the Birches says that Joseph Cunningham & Dorothy Jackson lived at Carrickavelty. This was part of the Aghnamullen parish at the time of the 1829 tithe applotments. There are no Cunninghams living at Carrickavelty then, but there are the following Cunninghams living in Aghnamullen Parish:    Cuningham Jas Esq Crieve (2) Tates   Cuningham Jno Carnaveagh   Cuningham Jos Esq Carnaveagh   Cunningham Matt Cormene   Cunningham Patk Tullinegis   Cunningham Roge Baraghy   Cunningham Terence Baraghy   Cunningham Wm Drumulard   Cunningham Wm Readuff      The following Gibson's are also listed:    Gibson Alex Cortahart   Gibson Hugh Closhamore and Closhabeg   Gibson Jas Carrickavelty   Gibson Jas Closhamore and Closhabeg   Gibson Jno Mahan   Gibson Saml Corsilligo   Gibson Wm Closhamore and Closhabeg      Note: Jas Gibson is actually registered at Carrickavelty.      1829 Tithe applotments for Ballybay:    Cunningham Thos 419 Drumhilla   Cunningham Jos 426 Drumhilla   Cunningham Jas 475 Ednanain   Cunningham Jos 794 Ballibay  .

224.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Copy of a letter found at DIPPAM (not sure it's relevant but I'll save it here for now):    [fragment]    To: John Cunningham         Belfast            Ireland  From:                   St Pierres Martinique                          Feby [February?] 11th 1796    My Dear Brother       Tho' [Though?] I have little doubt of your  having arrived safe, yet I am rather  uneasy at not hearing from you ere [before?]  this soon as I do I will write you very  fully - My Partner Mr Gordon said [-----?]  Europe the 8th September last by [------?]  I wrote for you to come to this [Cou----?]  in case you had not sail'd for [Acc-----?]  but should you have sail'd [J----------?]  positive directions for William [-------?]  come here and expect him in [-----------?]  this month, my intention was to he [-----?]  taken you into Partnership I will [-----?]  do the same for William if he come [-----?]  indeed I intend [giving?] him a share [-?]  in our St Vincents House and this [-----?]  as St Lucia is captured and order [ret--?]  in this Country my intention is [-------?]  [in?] [hand?] which at all accts [accounts?] [?]  [at?] farthest in the months of June & July  and I will very probably come by way  of Baltimore in order to see you it  is very probable I will not again return  to this Country, for thank God tho'[though] we  have lost a great deal by the war we  have still enough left to enable me  to begin business in any Country  This subject till I hear from you  it is unnecessary saying further soon  as I do you shall know my future  Plans, I have ordered to be lent James  3 or Å?400 if he wants it to purchase  linens - Give my best respects to  Mr Kenedy [Kennedy?] and above all things  [--------------?] and honourable  [---?] dealings, it is the great road  [---perity?], If I can be usefull [useful?]  [---?] here or in Europe least  [---knen?]. Mr Oliver is capable  [---g?] you any advice and I hope  [---?] have his friendship, Dr Brown  [---ment?] worthy character             Wishing you every prosperity  [---?] business I am                  Dear Brother                      Yours Most Affectly [Affectionately?]                         Sam [Samuel?] Cunningham    the linen of our House here is [---?]      Sam Cunningham & Co [Company?]  whose care you will please direct  and write me fully & freely      H. William is clever he will do  well here Our going house I intend [?]  to have the direction of this [-----?]  to remain at St Vincents.

225.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 291.

226.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, “I have frequently heard my Father say he never saw two so proud and imperious men as Sam CUNNINGHAM and Frank HORNER of BALLYBAY. "Out of the road you wheel-barrow, I am a coach style of man." They put up seats in First BALLYBAY Church, like dress boxes in a theatre, with four steps up. Father saw Sam and John CUNNINGHAM fly bank notes on bid against each other and again he saw them auctioned out of all.”    “The mill and a patch of land above CREEVE Castle on the road side, was not sold when the CUNNINGHAMs were auctioned out. Those patches of land were not acknowledged by the CUNNINGHAMs to the creditors and so were not auctioned. They were quietly kept on by Sam CUNNINGHAM and in the end sold by Mrs. McMAHON, a very kind hearted goodnatured woman. I think she built CREEVE Schoolhouse.”    - Annotated index of The Memoirs of Thomas Cathcart Breakey (1834-1914) by Sharon Oddie Brown, thesilverbowl.com    Note: Mrs McMahon was probably Samuel's niece, Dora Murdoch.      Railway subscription contracts deposited in the Private Bill Office of The House of Commons, Dundalk Western Railway, est. exp. £96,000, printed 7 mar 1837    Samuel Cunningham - Crieve, near Ballybay, esquire - 30 shs, £1500  John Cunningham - Drumfaldra, merchant - 40 shs, £2000  Joseph Cunningham - Crieve, near Ballybay, merchant - 30 shs, £1500  Robert Murdock - Eccles-street, Dublin, solicitor - 50 shs, £2500  John Jackson -Cremorne, banker -10 shs, £500    Samuel Cunningham, esq., of Crieve is described as a magistrate in Pettigrew & Oulton, Dublin Almanac & General Register of Ireland (1845), and again in Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory of Ireland, 1868   .

227.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Following the bankruptcy of his linen business John became agent for the Leslie estate property at Pettigo and later at Glaslough.    John Cunningham of Glasslough is described as a magistrate in Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory of Ireland, 1868     Monument inscription:  In memory of John Cunningham, J.P., of Glaslough, died 3 April 1877 aged 72 yrs. Erected by the tenants of of the Glasslough Estate over which he was agent for 22 yeas. In grateful rememberance of his many acts of kindness to them.

228.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

229.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, On Thursday, the 21st instant, at Corcreeny House, county of Tyrone, in Corthani church, county of Fermanagh, by the Rev. Allen Mitchell, vicar of Drumsnant, the Rev. Hugh Cunningham, chaplain of Omeath church, Diocese of Armagh, to Margaret, sixth daughter of the late John Reckins, Esq. of the county of Carlow    - The Northern Standard and Monaghan, Cavan, and Armagh Advertiser., February 23, 1839,  Monaghan, County Monaghan  .

230.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

231.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Thomas Cathart Breakey mentions a Sarah Gibson in his memoirs. She was married to his father's uncle Isaiah Breakey and was the daughter of John Gibson of Drumlun house in Bailieborough. Bailieborough, a market town and a parish, partly in the County Meath, but chiefly in the County Cavan, about fifty-four miles N.W. from Dublin    A memorial of indented deed of marriage settlement dated 1792 between James Breakey, son of Isaiah, and Mary Fleming was witness by a John Gibson and a Mic'l ---ningham [the name is barely legible]. Could this be Samuel Cunningham perhaps?    James Breakey supposedly moved to Sullivan Co., NY c.1818.    I suspect that Joseph Gibson is somehow related to the John Gibson named above.      Griffiths Valuation of Ireland has three Gibson men living at Clossagh More, Aghnamullen, Co., Monaghan. They are James, John & Joseph (occupiers). A Google search of 'Clossagh More' reveals the following census records:      1901 Irish Census, Anny, Monaghan    Gibson, Robert, 67, farmer              Elizabeth, 52, wife              Hugh Robt, 23, son              Joseph, 76, farmer, not married    Note: could Robert's full name be Hugh Robert, like his son's name?    1911 Irish Census, Anny, Monaghan    Gibson, Elizabeth, 62, wid., b. Co. Cavan              Hugh Robert, 34, b. Co. Monaghan  & 1 servant      Hugh Robert Gibson, above, was born 4 jun 1876 in Co. Monaghan to Robert Gibson and Lizzie Eakins per his birth record at familysearch.com. He had at least one brother, William Moore Gibson, born 6 Nov 1869 in Clossagh, and one sister, Margaret, born 1 jul 1872. The mother's last name on the last two birth records is spelled Aikins.      This proves nothing...    Searching through the Irish birth records for the name "Prudentia" I find a Prudentia Whitton, born 10 mar 1866 in Cootehill, to Benjamin Whitton and Elizabeth Gibson. According to the marriage record of her parents, wed 21 jan 1861 in Aughnamullen, Mon, Elizabeth's father was Hugh Gibson! Benjamin's father was John Whitton.    Further, Ben & Liz had two sons, both called John, born 2 Jun 1867 & 12 oct 1868. I suspect the first one died young (yes, he died 1867). Then on 15 jul 1874 Ben has a daughter Margaret Jane by another women, Ellen Vogan. Benjamin's second marriage occured 1873.    There is an Elizabeth Gibson, with father Hugh, who was baptised in Killinchy, Co Down on 16 jul 1832  .

232.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

233.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

234.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Elizabeth JACKSON1 was born circa 1790 in Ireland, died on 6 Jun 1846 in Ireland at age 56, and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. .

235.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, First cousin.

236.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284, He became Manager of the Belfast Banking Co. in Monaghan and resigned in 1843 when he was appointed Secretary to the Grand Jury, a position that he held until his death in 1877.

237.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   "To my Cousins John Jackson, Cremorne, Co. Monaghan & Darky [Dorcas] Boyd, Ballier Co. Armagh, Ireland, five hundred dollars each."  - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838    Will of John Jackson  In Brief:  To his sons John Jackson, Jr., of Cremorne and William Henry Jackson of Bowelk his entire freehold estate and property for the use and purpose hereafter mentioned. To his son Sidney Jackson £1000 with him paying all rent and arrears due on the Louth property. To his grandson John Jackson Johnston £75 annually to be paid half yearly on condition he can use the money to advantage. To William Henry Jackson his Bowelk property. To John & William Henry Jackson a joint interest in his property he holds under the Early of Dartrey. To John Jackson all his physical goods. To Margaret Clarke £5 for the care she has given him.  Executors: John & William Henry Jackson  Witnesses: John Mins & Robert Alexander  .

238.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

239.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:       "To my Cousins John Jackson, Cremorne, Co. Monaghan & Darky [Dorcas] Boyd, Ballier Co. Armagh, Ireland, five hundred dollars each."    - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838      Will of John Jackson    In Brief:    To his sons John Jackson, Jr., of Cremorne and William Henry Jackson of Bowelk his entire freehold estate and property for the use and purpose hereafter mentioned. To his son Sidney Jackson £1000 with him paying all rent and arrears due on the Louth property. To his grandson John Jackson Johnston £75 annually to be paid half yearly on condition he can use the money to advantage. To William Henry Jackson his Bowelk property. To John & William Henry Jackson a joint interest in his property he holds under the Early of Dartrey. To John Jackson all his physical goods. To Margaret Clarke £5 for the care she has given him.    Executors: John & William Henry Jackson    Witnesses: John Mins & Robert Alexander  .

240.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

241.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, William Henry JACKSON3 was born on 14 Mar 1822,1 died on 5 Mar 1882 in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland5 at age 59, and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.     General Notes:     William Jackson of Bowelk per his gravestone      Will made 2 mar 1880    In brief:     William leaves "absolutely" all is money and property to his wife, Fanny Maria, except his share of the farm horses and farm implements connected with the working of the farm. The latter he leaves to his brother, John, who is also to receive his wife's inheritance in Bowelk, upon her death. Also, Dorcas Boyd to receive £300    Executors: Rev. Charles Morrell & John Jackson    Effects £3,730 18s. 8d.        William married Mary BOYD, daughter of James Browne BOYD and Dorcas JACKSON, on 20 Jul 1853 in Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.84 Mary died on 10 Sep 18631 and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.3  .

242.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

243.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

244.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

245.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Frances JACKSON1 was born in 1789 in Ireland, died on 3 May 1838 in Ireland at age 49, and was buried in Tullylish Presbyterian graveyard, Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland.     General Notes:     Johnston    [Tall stone in a large stone enclosure.] A tribute of filial affection to the memory of Frances, wife of the Rev. John Johnston of Tullylish, who died 3 May 1838, aged 48 years. To her to live was Christ and to die was gain. Jackson Johnston, her second son, died in Belfast 4th April 1840 aged 18 years. John Johnston, her third son, died in Belfast 5th November 1851 aged 27 years. The Rev. John Johnston D.D. died the 16th October 1862 in the 76th year of his age and the 55th of his ministry. "Not seeking mine own profit, but the profit of many, that they may be saved" 1 Cor. IX, 35. Francis Graydon Johnston, his son in law, died 18th February 1864 aged 55, Henry Martyn Johnston died 3rd March 1878 aged 51. "Her children rise up, and call her blessed", Prov., XXXI, 28    - Tullylish Presbyterian Graveyard  .

246.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

247.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Frances JACKSON1 was born in 1789 in Ireland, died on 3 May 1838 in Ireland at age 49, and was buried in Tullylish Presbyterian graveyard, Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland. .

248.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

249.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283, Presbyterian Minister at Tullylish, Co. Down and was minister at Coothill (1808-1811) when he met Fanny. .

250.  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: An Illustrated History, 288, He was Moderator of the General Assembly (1858) and a leading figure in the 1859 revival.

251.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Frances married Rev. John JOHNSTON1 in 1817.1 John was born in 1786, died on 16 Oct 1862 in Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland4 at age 76, and was buried in Tullylish Presbyterian graveyard, Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland.    General Notes:     "Rev. John JOHNSTON D.D . Tullylish born 1786; son of William Johnston of Clougher; formerly at Cootehill; school visitor in 1836; minister of Tullylish Presbyterian church from 1 Oct 1811-1862 ; husband of Frances Jackson who died 3 May 1838 aged 48; father of Jackson (d. 1840 aged 18) & John (d. 1851 aged 27) ; died 16 Oct 1862 aged 76; buried Tullylish Presbyterian graveyard; will probated 8 Dec 1862, execuitors were Rev. William Johnston of Belfast (son) & Dr. Henry Martin Johnston of Belfast; schoolhouse near church built in 1876 as a memorial to him."    - Co. Down Surnames      A tablet was erected in Tullylish Pres. Church in his honor, a photo of which can be viewed online.      John served as the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ireland in 1858. The Moderator is the most senior office-bearer within the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.    See also John Courtenay Clarke, a fellow member of the Jackson family tree, whose father, John Courtenay Clarke, was Moderator in 1909.    There's a book, or pamphlet, about him:  Johnston of Tullylish, by John W Lockington      "The History of Edenderry Works and Thomas Ferguson & Co. Ltd. begins with Thomas Ferguson himself. Born in 1820 in Clare, Waringstown, his mother died in 1836 and his father in 1831, so that with the exception of one sister who died in 1833 he and his brother John were left orphans. It is believed their guardian was the Rev. Dr. Johnston of Tullylish Presbyterian Church, as it is known he went later on to the Belfast Academy under Dr. Bryce with both William and Harry Johnston, his sons. The former became minister of Townsend Street Church, Belfast, and was the principal in inaugurating the Presbyterian Orphan Society; the other brother became a doctor with a large working class practice in Belfast."    - Edenderry Works, by Ernie Gordon  .

252.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

253.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, Had birth date of 1786.

254.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

255.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1851 England Census, St. George Hanover Sq. Middlesex    Johnston, Francis, 42, Ireland                  Sarah, 32, Ireland                  James, 3, Middlesx  Hadaway, James, 31, med. assistant  Johnston, Henry M, 23, Ireland, surgeon                  Mrs, 53, Ireland, visitor  & 3 servants    Note: Sarah Johnston was Henry's sister        Sarah married Francis Graydon JOHNSTON M.D.11 on 28 Oct 1846 in Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland.5 Francis was born circa 1809 in Ireland, died on 18 Feb 1864 in Co. Antrim. Ireland16 at age 55, and was buried in Tullylish Presbyterian graveyard, Tullylish, Co. Down, Ireland.    General Notes:     Died near Belfast, Co. Antrim per the Eng & Wales Nat'l Probate Calendar, and left his effects in England (under £4000) to his wife and sole executor    The child from this marriage was:  .

256.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, 47, The Author of "The Life of the Rev. William Johnston DD."

257.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     1851 England Census, St. George Hanover Sq. Middlesex    Johnston, Francis, 42, Ireland                  Sarah, 32, Ireland                  James, 3, Middlesx  Hadaway, James, 31, med. assistant  Johnston, Henry M, 23, Ireland, surgeon                  Mrs, 53, Ireland, visitoe  & 3 servants    Note: Sarah Johnston was Henry's sister      Henry Martyn Johnston    Dr. Johnston was born at Banbridge in January, 1827. His father was the Rev.  John Johnston, D.D., who for some fifty years was minister of the Presbyterian Church,  Tullylish. His brother is the Rev. Wm. Johnston, D.D., of Belfast. He was educated in  Belfast and Dublin. In the latter city he was resident pupil in the Richmond Hospital. After taking his medical qualification he spent some time in London, and subsequently settled in Belfast, where he was elected Dispensary Medical Officer. He afterwards became Visiting Surgeon to the Belfast Union Infirmary. Dr. Johnston's devotion to his profession, his genial disposition, and generous sympathy with human suffering secured him a large and remunerative practice. He was most popular with all classes, and was an especial favourite with his professional brethren. He ever took an active interest in the success of his juniors in the profession. After some twenty years practice the wear and tear of professional life began to tell on a not very robust frame ; at length he had to resign his public appointments, and go abroad, to seek that rest which was denied him at home. His recovery was partial and temporary; for some years he struggled against a serious chest affection, but died at the early age of fifty-one, on the 3rd of March, 1878. He left the reversion of his property for the benefit of the poor, suffering from cancer and consumption, in the district where he had chiefly practised, and where his name is still held in affectionate remembrance.    - Transcribed from the Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Vol. LXXXII, July to December, 1886.      Johnston Henry Martyn 17 apr. Probate of the Will with three Codicils Of Henry Martyn Johnston formerly of 38 Donegal-street Belfast in the County of Antrim and late of Clifden-terrace Bangor in the County of Down Surgeon who died on or about 3 mar 1878 at Clifden-Terrace granted 5 April 1878 Belfast to the Reverend William Johnston of Dunedin Belfast Presbyterian Minister and Sarah Johnston of Cliften-terrace Widow the Executors.    Personal Estate in England  under £2000    - Nat'l Probate Calendar  .

258.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Married had 3 children.

259.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283, It is believed that he built Derrygooney Lodge and lived there. Local tradition has it that he lost the property to the Minnetts in a game of cards. He drowned in the River Liffey when on a business trip to Dublin in 1816, leaving a family of two girls and a boy. They probably emigrated to America.

260.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283, She was a ward of William Anketell. NOTE: ANother source gave her names as "Selena".

261.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 283, He may not belong here - the likely birth date being too early for the age of his father.

262.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

263.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Her aunt, Sarah Jackson, left £100 to Emily Sloan, her niece, daughter of her brother Hugh      Administration of the estate of Emily Sloan late of Toam County Monaghan Widow who died 26 August 1899 granted at Armagh to Hugh Sloan Farmer. Effects £191 15s    - Ireland Will Calendar  .

264.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

265.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Mary JACKSON1 was born on 25 Jun 1788 in Ireland, died on 19 Dec 18492 at age 61, and was buried in Cypress Grove Cemetry, New Orleans, LA.     General Notes:     "Pay to my cousin Mary Dyas of Florence for her sole use the sum of Ten Thousand dollars."  - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838        She is described as Mrs John Dyas, 55, died /buried 20 dec 1849, of heart disease  .

266.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, buried in Cypress Grove Cemetry, New Orleans, LA. .

267.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

268.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, First cousin.

269.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 284, He became Manager of the Belfast Banking Co. in Monaghan and resigned in 1843 when he was appointed Secretary to the Grand Jury, a position that he held until his death in 1877.

270.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   "To my Cousins John Jackson, Cremorne, Co. Monaghan & Darky [Dorcas] Boyd, Ballier Co. Armagh, Ireland, five hundred dollars each."  - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838    Will of John Jackson  In Brief:  To his sons John Jackson, Jr., of Cremorne and William Henry Jackson of Bowelk his entire freehold estate and property for the use and purpose hereafter mentioned. To his son Sidney Jackson £1000 with him paying all rent and arrears due on the Louth property. To his grandson John Jackson Johnston £75 annually to be paid half yearly on condition he can use the money to advantage. To William Henry Jackson his Bowelk property. To John & William Henry Jackson a joint interest in his property he holds under the Early of Dartrey. To John Jackson all his physical goods. To Margaret Clarke £5 for the care she has given him.  Executors: John & William Henry Jackson  Witnesses: John Mins & Robert Alexander  .

271.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

272.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:       "To my Cousins John Jackson, Cremorne, Co. Monaghan & Darky [Dorcas] Boyd, Ballier Co. Armagh, Ireland, five hundred dollars each."    - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838      Will of John Jackson    In Brief:    To his sons John Jackson, Jr., of Cremorne and William Henry Jackson of Bowelk his entire freehold estate and property for the use and purpose hereafter mentioned. To his son Sidney Jackson £1000 with him paying all rent and arrears due on the Louth property. To his grandson John Jackson Johnston £75 annually to be paid half yearly on condition he can use the money to advantage. To William Henry Jackson his Bowelk property. To John & William Henry Jackson a joint interest in his property he holds under the Early of Dartrey. To John Jackson all his physical goods. To Margaret Clarke £5 for the care she has given him.    Executors: John & William Henry Jackson    Witnesses: John Mins & Robert Alexander  .

273.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

274.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

275.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Elizabeth JACKSON1 was born circa 1790 in Ireland, died on 6 Jun 1846 in Ireland at age 56, and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. .

276.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

277.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Dorcas JACKSON1 was born on 27 Jan 1797, died on 15 Feb 1874 in Co. Armagh, Ireland7 at age 77, and was buried in Tassagh Presbyterian Cemetery, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.6     General Notes:   "To my Cousins John Jackson, Cremorne, Co. Monaghan & Darky [Dorcas] Boyd, Ballier Co. Armagh, Ireland, five hundred dollars each."  - Will of Bolton Jackson, 1783-1838  The gravestone transcripts can be found at PRONI with ref. no T808/14920  .

278.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Dorcas JACKSON1 was born on 27 Jan 1797, died on 15 Feb 1874 in Co. Armagh, Ireland7 at age 77, and was buried in Tassagh Presbyterian Cemetery, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.6 .

279.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

280.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, James Browne BOYD.1 James was born in 1799,5 died on 18 Mar 1866 in Co. Armagh, Ireland5 at age 67, and was buried in Tassagh Presbyterian Cemetery, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.6.

281.  PRONI, PRONI D889/2/77  Copy Probate of Will Total assets approx. £6,000 of James B. Boyd, Balleer, Co. Armagh relating to Millview House and farm adjoining farm, corn mill, kiln and linen beetling mill. Tassagh Beetling Mill, Balleer House, Farm and Beetling Mill, Cowan's farm Balleer also land and property in Ballinagallagh and Armagh.

282.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

283.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Year: 1860; Census Place: Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M653_688; Page: 792; Image: 790; Family History Library Film: 803688.    Anketell, Oliver, 30, Ireland, feed store                  Ellen, 31, Ireland                  Gina, 2/12, NJ  & 1 servant      Year: 1870; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M593_880; Page: 386B; Image: 157; Family History Library Film: 552379.    Anketell, O, 40, Ireland, food and feed dealer                 Ellen, 41                 Lima, 10                 James, 7                 Margaret, 4  & 1 servant      Year: 1880; Census Place: South Orange, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: 781; Family History Film: 1254781; Page: 240B; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 0122.    Anketell, Oliver, 51, Ireland, flour & feed merchant                 Ellen, 49, Ireland                 Lena, 20, NJ                 James, 17, NJ                 Margaret, 14, NJ      Year: 1891, Oliver Anketell appears in the Newark, NJ directory, with occupation: flour and feed      Year: 1892, arrived in Liverpool with husband and single dau Margaret, from NY.    Note: Ellen and/or her husband, and/or children appear on numerous passenger lists. They travelled a lot.      Year: 1901 Irish Census, Windsor Ward, Antrim    Anketell, Oliver, 70, Co. Monaghan, wid., Commission merchant  Steen, Ellen, 16, grandaughter, Co. Galway  & 1 servant    Year: 1911 Irish Census Cullamore, Tyrone    Anketell, Oliver, 81, Co. Monaghan, wid, ret. grain merchant  Lynch, Eliza, 54, vistor  & 1 servant  .

284.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

285.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Ireland Marriages, 1619-1898  Oliver Anketell, born 1829, son of Thomas Anketell m. Ellen McCullough Boyd, born 1930, dau of James B Boyd  .

286.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Dorcas BOYD was born circa 1835 in Co. Armagh, Ireland,21 died on 9 May 1924 in Co. Down, Ireland6 at age 89, and was buried in Tassagh Presbyterian Cemetery, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.     General Notes:     Year: 1901, Irish Census, Warrenpoint, Down  Dorcas Boyd, 66, Co. Armagh, single  & 1 servant  Year: 1911, Irish Census, Warrenpoint, Down    Dorcas Boyd, 76, Co. Armagh, single  Boyd, Dorcas, of 10 Havelocke-place Warrenpoint County Down spinster died 9 may 1924 Administration (with Will) Belfast to Lina Boyd Steen widow.    Effects £1470 2d  Sealed London 30 September  - Eng & Wales Nat'l Probate Calendar  Boyd Dorcas of 10 Havelock Place Warrenpoint county Down spinster died 9 May 1924 Administration (with Will) Belfast 26 August to Lina Boyd Steen widow. Effects £3058 17s. 7d.    - Will Calendar, PRONI  In memory of Dorcas Boyd daughter of James Brown Boyd of Ballier Armagh who departed this life on the 9th day of May 1924 erected by his two nieces, Lena B Steel [Steen] and Margaret O Anketel September 1924.  - gravestone inscription  She never married and had no children.   .

287.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

288.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

289.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, William Henry JACKSON3 was born on 14 Mar 1822,1 died on 5 Mar 1882 in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland5 at age 59, and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.     General Notes:     William Jackson of Bowelk per his gravestone      Will made 2 mar 1880    In brief:     William leaves "absolutely" all is money and property to his wife, Fanny Maria, except his share of the farm horses and farm implements connected with the working of the farm. The latter he leaves to his brother, John, who is also to receive his wife's inheritance in Bowelk, upon her death. Also, Dorcas Boyd to receive £300    Executors: Rev. Charles Morrell & John Jackson    Effects £3,730 18s. 8d.        William married Mary BOYD, daughter of James Browne BOYD and Dorcas JACKSON, on 20 Jul 1853 in Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.84 Mary died on 10 Sep 18631 and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.3  .

290.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

291.  Bill Farrell's Site, http://www.farrell-family.org/#Ancestry.

292.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

293.  Library Ireland, http://www.libraryireland.com/biography/OliverBond.php, Bond, Oliver, a prominent United-Irishman, was born in Ulster about 1762. He commenced business as a wholesale woollen draper in Pill-lane, Dublin, and in in 1786 removed to the house now 9 Lower Bridge-street. Five years afterwards he married the daughter of Henry Jackson, ironfounder, a leading member of the United-Irishmen. He soon rose to be one of the most opulent and respectable merchants in Dublin. He entered enthusiastically into Irish politics. On 1st March 1793, he, together with the Hon. Simon Butler, was committed to Newgate, and fined £500, for reflections on the House of Lords. On their liberation in August they were presented with congratulatory addresses. In 1797 we find him exceedingly active in administering the oath, and enrolling and arming men.    The meetings of the Leinster Directory were usually held at his house. There, on 19th February 1798, the famous resolution was passed: "We will pay no attention to any measure which the Parliament of this kingdom may adopt, to divert the public mind from the grand object we have in view; as nothing short of the entire and complete regeneration of our country can satisfy us." Through the treachery of Reynolds, Bond's house was surrounded by military on the morning of the 12th March 1798, and fourteen members of the Leinster Directory were seized. Bond was tried and convicted on 24th July. He was defended by Curran and Ponsonby. It was mainly to prevent the execution of so beloved and venerated a man that Thomas Addis Emmet and other state prisoners entered into the compact with government, which will be found detailed in Emmet's life. He survived the commutation but five weeks, dying suddenly in prison of apoplexy, 6th of September 1798, aged 36. He was interred in St. Michan's graveyard, Dublin. His large property was not confiscated; and his widow and family removed to the United States. Mrs. Bond died in Baltimore, 15th September 1843.  Sources    110. Dublin, History of the City: John T. Gilbert. 3 vols. Dublin, 1854-'9.    331. United Irishmen, their Lives and Times: Robert R. Madden, M.D. 4 vols. London, 1858-'60.

294.  Chapters of Old Dublin, Chapter 4, Pill Lane, or Chancery Street, as we now know it, ran up to Church Street. In it were situated the warehouses and dwelling of many of old Dublin’s wealthy citizens. Here Oliver Bond commenced his business as a wholesale woollen draper. .

295.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   Bond, Oliver, a prominent United-Irishman, was born in Ulster about 1762. He commenced business as a wholesale woollen draper in Pill-lane, Dublin, and in in 1786 removed to the house now 9 Lower Bridge-street. Five years afterwards he married the daughter of Henry Jackson, ironfounder, a leading member of the United-Irishmen. He soon rose to be one of the most opulent and respectable merchants in Dublin. He entered enthusiastically into Irish politics. On 1st March 1793, he, together with the Hon. Simon Butler, was committed to Newgate, and fined £500, for reflections on the House of Lords. On their liberation in August they were presented with congratulatory addresses. In 1797 we find him exceedingly active in administering the oath, and enrolling and arming men.  The meetings of the Leinster Directory were usually held at his house. There, on 19th February 1798, the famous resolution was passed: "We will pay no attention to any measure which the Parliament of this kingdom may adopt, to divert the public mind from the grand object we have in view; as nothing short of the entire and complete regeneration of our country can satisfy us." Through the treachery of Reynolds, Bond's house was surrounded by military on the morning of the 12th March 1798, and fourteen members of the Leinster Directory were seized. Bond was tried and convicted on 24th July. He was defended by Curran and Ponsonby. It was mainly to prevent the execution of so beloved and venerated a man that Thomas Addis Emmet and other state prisoners entered into the compact with government, which will be found detailed in Emmet's life. He survived the commutation but five weeks, dying suddenly in prison of apoplexy*, 6th of September 1798, aged 36. He was interred in St. Michan's graveyard, Dublin. His large (property was not confiscated; and his widow and family removed to the United States. Mrs. Bond died in Baltimore, 15th September 1843.      Sources   110. Dublin, History of the City: John T. Gilbert. 3 vols. Dublin, 1854-'9.  331. United Irishmen, their Lives and Times: Robert R. Madden, M.D. 4 vols. London, 1858-'60.  - http://www.libraryireland.com/biography/OliverBond.php  .

296.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

297.  Index to Irish Marriages 1771-1812., BOND, Oliver, Bridge St.=Jackson, Elinor, Pill Lane [Dublin]  June 1791 568 SOURCE: Index to Irish Marriages 1771-1812.  .

298.  Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, woollen merchant and Irish nationalist.

299.  Rosemary ffolliott, JAMES HOLMES'S FAMILY NOTEBOOK, Irish Ancestor, Thursday 6 Sept it was reported this Mora that Oliver Bond died suddenly when  playing Rackets in the Court of the Jail at Kilmainam  .

300.  St Michins Parish register, DUBLIN St Michans  Sacred to the memory of OLIVER BOND, / Died the 16th of Sept., 1798, in the 39th year of his age,/ the noblest work of God, an honest man.  Underneath is interred the remains of AMELIA B. JACKSON,/ who departed this life the 14th of Dec., 18....... aged 8 years & 10 months, Likewise the remains of her sister OLIVIA, who depar/ted this life March 18.... aged 7 years & 1 month, also of WILLIAM (this is doubtful) JACKSON, who died at Liverpool, / 24th April, 1835, aged 10 years.  .

301.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

302.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Baltimore Sun, marriages and Deaths:    Bond, Ann E, 16 jan 1845, dau. of Thomas J. and Rebecca A (1/18/45-2)        Bond, Rebecca A, 14 jul 1845, wife of Thos J (7/15/46-2)      Year: 1850; Census Place: Representative District 3, Orleans, Louisiana; Roll M432_234; Page: 314A; Image: 479.    Bonde, Thos J, 67, Ireland, cotton broker                 Mary Jane, 48, NY                 Eliza, 19, NY                 Geo L, 14, NY  Mann, Catherine, 12, Ireland  McClean, Jas B, 21, Ireland, clerk      Year: 1860; Census Place: New Orleans Ward 4, Orleans, Louisiana; Roll M653_421; Page: 0; Image: 145.      Bond, ?, 86, NY (male)               Henry 26, NY               George, 24, NY               Liza, 30, NY  Rikerby, ?, 40, NY      1871 England Census,Toxteh Park, West Derby, Lancashire    Rickirby, Emily 43, US                 Mary B, 34, daughter, US                 Emily A, 23, daughter, US                 Elianor, 21, daughter, US                 Robert C, 18, son, Liverpool, commercial clerk cott. br.  Bond, Thomas J, 74, father, Ireland, retired commercial merchant  Campbell, Adam, 26, cousin, Scotland, Commercial clerk East Ind ?  Jones, Margaret, 20, ser  Davies, Maria, 18, ser.

303.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

304.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, His uncorrected name was given as Oliver Bond. Lived & died in Tallahassee.

305.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Year: 1850; Census Place: Division 8, Leon, Florida; Roll M432_59; Page: 38A; Image: 79.    Bond, Henry, 57, Ireland, merchant            Jane, 39, NY            Thomas, 12, FL            Henry, 10, FL            Walter, 8, FL            Sallie, 1, FL  Lloyd, Catherine, 28, NY      Year: 1860; Census Place: , Jefferson, Florida; Roll M653_107; Page: 891; Image: 334.    Bond, Jane L, 48, NY            Henry J, 22, FL            Waller L, 20      Year: 1870; Census Place: Township 11, Jefferson, Florida; Roll M593_131; Page: 456; Image: 309.      Bond, Henry J, 32, MD, rail road agent            Caroline, 23, SC            Jane L, 55, NY      Year: 1880; Census Place: Precinct 5 and 12, Jefferson, Florida; Roll T9_129; Family History Film: 1254129; Page: 72.2000; Enumeration District: 75; Image: 0147.    Bond, Jane, 70, NY            Walter, 40, FL, merchant  Dennis, Rebecca, 70, VA, servant    Note: there is a Walter Lloyd, 63, born in NY living nearby.      1885 FL Census. Ancestry.com. Florida State Census, 1867-1945 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008. Original data:     Bond, Walter, 44, FL, Oil Mill, F born Ireland, mother born NY            Annie, 20, NC, wife            Jane, 74, NY, mother    Note: Walter Lloyd, 67, living next door to Henry Bond    Henry married Jane Lefferts LLOYD1 on 25 Mar 1835 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida.1 Jane was born on 10 Jun 1811 in New York, died on 20 Jan 1897 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida25 at age 85, and was buried in Saint Johns Episcopal Church Cemetery, Tallahassee, Leon, FL  .

306.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree.

307.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Year: 1850; Census Place: Baltimore Ward 14, Baltimore, Maryland; Roll M432_285; Page: 462B; Image: 494.    Bond, Eliza J, 50, Ireland  Ellicott, Margaret, 52, Ireland                Evan F, 51, MD  Jackson, Jane, 74, Ireland  Brown, Catherine, 25, Ireland  Fountain, Henry, 60, MD  Donoho, Catherine, 32, MD        Year: 1870; Census Place: Baltimore Ward 10, Baltimore (Independent City), Maryland; Roll M593_575; Page: 496; Image: 580.    Ellicott, Harvey, 74, Ireland  Learp, Ernestine, 46, servant             Frank, 17      Year: 1880; Census Place: Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland; Roll T9_500; Family History Film: 1254500; Page: 234.3000; Enumeration District: 89; Image: 0469.    Ellicott, Hary M, 84, Ireland, parents born in Ireland  Lurp, Ersten, 44, servant           Ersten, 15, servant  Butler, Emelin, 70, servant  Baker, Henry, 40, servant              Harvey married Evan Thomas ELLICOTT8 on 18 Feb 1820 in Baltimore, Maryland.36 Evan was born on 6 Dec 1793 in MD and died in Jan 1867 in Baltimore, Maryland at age 73. They had no children.  .

308.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Evan was a former director of the Bank of Maryland. His home was attacked by an angry mob on aug 1835, following the failure of the bank some 17 months previously.    "The Baltimore bank riot of 1835 was a reaction against several bank directors who tried to earn money by investing the depositor's life savings in the Union Bank of Maryland. When this was unsuccessful and the bank closed, the directors pulled out and threatened the savings which had been converted to credit. It was one of the most violent and destructive riots in any antebellum  American city. Rioters destroyed many of the homes of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens, and possessions were thrown into bonfires. The authorities surrendered the city to mobs supported by thousands of bystanders."    - Wapedia      According to the Niles Weekly Register, Aug 27, 1836, Evan was awarded damages  (as a result of the riots) in the amount of $ 4,747.55. His mother in law, Eleanor Bond was awarded $1643.44.        4. EVAN T. ELLICOTT, son of Elias and Mary Ellicott, born December 6, 1793, married Harvey Bond, daughter of the Irish patriot, Oliver Bond. They lived on Pratt Street in Baltimore, and had no children. He was engaged, in company with several of his brothers, in the iron business, for which they used warehouses belonging to them between Light and Ellicott Streets, and north of Pratt Street in Baltimore. He died in Baltimore in Jan- uary, 1867, and Harvey, his wife, died in that city, June 14, 1881.       -- http://209.85.129.132/search?q=cache:7-4kIWZXAdsJ:www.archive.org/stream/biographicalhist00evan/biographicalhist00evan_djvu.txt+%22+evan+ellicott%22+bond&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ch  .

309.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Year: 1850; Census Place: Baltimore Ward 14, Baltimore, Maryland; Roll M432_285; Page: 462B; Image: 494.      Bond, Eliza J, 50, Ireland  Ellicott, Margaret, 52, Ireland                Evan F, 51, MD  Jackson, Jane, 74, Ireland  Brown, Catherine, 25, Ireland  Fountain, Henry, 60, MD  Donoho, Catherine, 32, MD  She never married and had no children.   .

310.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Two sons. Another source adds two daughters. The names come from http://home.earthlink.net/~fbond/hughjackson01/d1.htm#i14772   The birth date here was 1775. I havbe used Adam Edwards date of 1783.

311.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Jackson, Bolton, d. Mar 24, 1838    - Baltimore City [Maryland] Deaths and Burials, 1834-1840  By Henry C. Peden, Jr.      Bolton's estate was valued at $400,000. He named  his good friend Evan T  Ellicot (his nephew through marriage) and Hugh Boyle as co-executors. These two attacked each other on the subject of Bolton's will on 09/28/1841 in court per the Baltimore County, Maryland, Court Chancery Papers.    The Will names two children only, Henry and John Grant Jackson, and a number of other surviving family members (siblings and cousins, etc.). The will has been located and transcribed  and can be viewed at  Farrell-Family.org    A BRIEF HISTORY THE JULY FOXHOUND    The genesis of the July Foxhound had it origin in 1814 when the     Duke of Leeds gave to his guest, Bolton Jackson from Maryland, two Irish Foxhounds, Mountain and Muse. The Duke of Leeds had married a daughter of Charles Carroll (figure to right) of Maryland, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Mr. Jackson in turn presented these two hounds to Colonel Sterrett Ridgley, Speaker of Maryland's House of Delegates. Colonel Ridgley of Howard County eventually presented Mountain and Muse to Governor Ogle of Maryland.    - http://weisair.net/foxhistory.htm            Bolton married Frances Jane GRANT1 on 17 Nov 1817 in Baltimore, Maryland.36 Frances died before 1837.    Children from this marriage were:    .

312.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

313.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Jackson, Agalie, youngest daughter of Bolton Jackson of Baltimore, d. in Dublin, Ireland on Mar 11, 1834 in her 8th year.  - Baltimore City [Maryland] Deaths and Burials, 1834-1840  By Henry C. Peden, Jr.  .

314.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, Here she is called Ellen.

315.  http://tempomanor.com, Eleanor Jackson of Cremorne, Co Monaghan.

316.  Allan Blackstock, The Rector and the Rebel, in From the United Irishmen to twentieth-century Unionism: A Festchrift for A.T.Q. Stewart. Dublin. 2004..

317.  http://tempomanor.com.

318.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 285.

319.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

320.  http://tempomanor.com, William Tennent father of Letitia Lady Emmerson Tennent - he bought Tempo, married 1805 Eleanor Jackson who died 1807 mother of Letitia. .

321.  Bill Farrell's Site, http://www.farrell-family.org/#Ancestry, William Tennent (1759-1832), recipient      Belfast banker, imprisoned by the British in Ft. George because of his involvement in the 1798 Rebellion. Married Eleanor Jackson, Washington's cousin and daughter of Hugh Jackson and Letitia Thompson. There seems to be no biography of William, but an extensive history of his property in Co. Fermanagha, Tempo Manner, was published in by W. A. Maguire (Banker and Absentee Landowner: William Tennent in County Fermanagy, 1813-32, Clogher Record, XIV, 3, 1993, pp 7-28).      Tennent's inlaws, Hugh and Letitia (nee Thompson) Jackson had 14 children in all, as listed in a paper by Letitia Emerson Tennent (1806-1883), William's daughter, in PRONI. Notably, they were the parents of the Texas emigrés, Humphrey, one of Steven Austin's old 300, and Alexander, who is mentioned in both letters. Letitia married James Emerson, who assumed his wife's surname, and became famous as a colonial administrator and politician.  SEE: http://farrell-family.org/letters-and-memoirs/ProniTennent/WJacksonToTennent.html   .

322.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes: William Tennent was born in County Antrim and served as an apprentice with John Campbell, a Belfast merchant and banker. He joined the Belfast Chamber of Commerce in 1783, and was junior manager in the New Sugar House in Waring Street. He eventually became a partner in this business, and he held partnerships in the distilling firm of John Porter & Co. and the Belfast Insurance Co.. He was co-founder, in 1809, of the Commercial Bank, and he worked in the bank until it became Belfast Banking Co. in 1827. He was on the Board of the Spring Water Commissioners and the Belfast Banking Company, and was manager of the Belfast Academical Institution and Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce. After the rebellion of 1798, he was arrested on suspicion of belonging to the United Irishmen, and imprisoned in Scotland for two years. He returned to Belfast and in 1814, purchased the village and demesne of Tempo, County Fermanagh. He died in the cholera epidemic.    - http://www.ulsterbiography.co.uk/biogsT.htm  He had only one legitimate child, but was said that have had many more illegitimately.  The United Irishmen were a body of men of all creeds - although predominately Ulster Presbyterians - who came together in a political organisation in the early 1790s. Inspired by the success of the French Revolution, they were a radical group that demanded sweeping political change. Initially reformist in their intentions, government repression forced them underground and they became increasingly revolutionary. Many of the United Irish leaders even contemplated using French military assistance to achieve full independence for Ireland. Ultimately, their unsuccessful rebellion of 1798 was utopian and failed to gauge the extent of sectarian division in late-eighteenth-century Ireland: in some areas in the south, the banner of revolution became a guise for the settling of age-old religious resentments.  - http://209.85.135.104/search q=cache:dJ8Fk5rc8gcJ:www.historyandpolicy.org/archive/policy-paper-15.html+%22james+emerson+tennent%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=33  .

323.  Allan Blackstock, The Rector and the Rebel, in From the United Irishmen to twentieth-century Unionism: A Festchrift for A.T.Q. Stewart. Dublin. 2004..

324.  Dictionary of Ulster Biography.

325.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

326.  PRONI, http://www.proni.gov.uk/introduction__emerson_tennent_papers_d2922.pdf  died of cholera.

327.  Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry - vol 2, of Tempo House.

328.  Allan Blackstock, The Rector and the Rebel, in From the United Irishmen to twentieth-century Unionism: A Festchrift for A.T.Q. Stewart. Dublin. 2004..

329.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Emigrated to New Orleans and then were amongst the earliest settlers in Texas.

330.  Misc, http://home.earthlink.net/~fbond/hughjackson01/d1.htm  Humphrey was from a prominent Protestant Irish family. He studied to be a lawyer. Due to political unrest during this period in Ireland, in 1808 at the age of 22, he came to America with his brothers Alexander and Henry. It was said that Humphrey received $75,000 for his share of the family business in Ireland which was flour and linen mills. Humphrey brought with him family silver, china, linens, book (Leather bound, some in old type, several were Blackstone law books said to have come from a member of Parliament) and jewellery with the family seal which resembled a buck's head. Humphrey was in Louisiana in 1809 where he married his 1st wife. He serviced in the Louisiana Militia 2 Div. 14th Regiment in the War of 1812. The records of the Adjutant General's office, War Dept, show that he served as a Pvt. in Capt. Shadrach Porter's company of infantry, Baker's Regiment , LA Militia during 1815. He was with Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans. He owned a sugar plantation at Vermillionville, LA; he was side to have disapproved of slave labor so he decided to sell the plantation. After coming to Texas with Stephen F. Austin's "Old Three Hundred", in 1823, he obtained a grant of land on the San Jacinto River. Humphrey was killed by a falling tree while clearing his land at the age of 48.

331.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, JACKSON, HUMPHREY (1784-1833). Humphrey Jackson, Harris County pioneer, member of Stephen F. Austin'sqv Old Three Hundred colonists, and early San Jacinto District official, was born on November 24, 1784, in Belfast, Ireland, where his father owned flour and linen mills and was a member of the Irish Parliament that was dissolved in 1801. Jackson was educated in the law and immigrated to the United States in 1808. He settled at Berwick's Bayou, Louisiana, where he operated a sugar plantation near Vermillionville and served as a private with Baker's Louisiana Militia regiment at the battle of New Orleans in 1815. Jackson had married a Miss White, who died shortly without children. On October 13, 1814, he married Sarah Merriman, his first wife's cousin, with whom he had four children. Unable to run his plantation because he chose not to own slaves, Jackson traveled to Texas in September 1823 and built a log cabin outside Austin's colony on the San Jacinto River, a half mile west of the site of present Crosby. When it was discovered that he had settled outside the colony, Jackson petitioned the Baron de Bastrop,qv who on August 16, 1824, granted him title to a league and a labor of land, including the place where he had settled, in what is now Harris County. To become a legal colonist, Jackson next petitioned the Mexican government to form the San Jacinto District under control of the Austin colony; he was elected alcalde of the new district in 1824, 1825, and 1827, and served as ex officio militia captain of the San Jacinto area. In May 1825 he was appointed deputy constable in a case involving the schooner Mary. The census of March 1826 classified him as a farmer and stock raiser, a widower with a household including one servant, three sons, and a daughter. He offered Austin his services to help put down the Fredonian Rebellionqv in 1827 and in 1828 was regidorqv of Liberty Municipality. He was also a candidate for alcalde in 1830, when Francis W. Johnsonqv was elected. Jackson was killed by a falling tree on January 18, 1833, and buried at Crosby. Jackson's Bayou in eastern Harris County is probably named for him.    BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eugene C. Barker, ed., The Austin Papers (3 vols., Washington: GPO, 1924-28). Eugene C. Barker, "The Government of Austin's Colony, 1821-1831," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 21 (January 1918). Eugene C. Barker, ed., "Minutes of the Ayuntamiento of San Felipe de Austin, 1828-1832," 12 parts, Southwestern Historical Quarterly 21-24 (January 1918-October 1920). Lester G. Bugbee, "The Old Three Hundred: A List of Settlers in Austin's First Colony," Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 1 (October 1897). Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Founders and Patriots of the Republic of Texas (Austin, 1963-). Andrew Forest Muir, "Humphrey Jackson, Alcalde of San Jacinto," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 68 (January 1965). Regina Shaw, "European Immigration to the American Frontier: The Case of Humphrey Jackson, 1784-1833," Touchstone 1 (1982). Texas Gazette, November 27, 1830. Vertical Files, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin.  Diana J. Kleiner    Humphrey's father was an apothercary, not a member of Parliament.  His nephew, however, was a member of Parliament. Also, Humphrey did not travel to America with his brothers. They joined him there at a later date.    Humphrey is listed as follows in BRITISH ALIENS IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE WAR OF 1812:    Jackson, Humphrey, age 28, 6 years in U.S., Attakapas (LA), planter; applied 8 oct. 1812 Superior Court LA. (16 nov. 1812 - 4 jan. 1813).    War of 1812 Service Records     Name:      Humphry Jackson         Company:      BAKER'S REGIMENT, LOUISIANA MILITIA.   Rank - Induction:      PRIVATE          Rank - Discharge:       PRIVATE          Roll Box:      109        Roll Exct:     602        .

332.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Letitia Tennent, his niece, created a Jackson family tree sometime in the 1870s I suspect. I have a copy of this tree and it, along with other research notes names Humphrey's parents and his siblings.    His cousins from Ballybay, Ireland, were close to Andrew Jackson and actively funded his presidential ambitions. However, there was a falling out between them at some point, and one of them even made an attempt on President Jackson's life.    Some old correspondence/research alludes to the possibility that the Ballybay Jackson's were somehow related to President Andrew Jackson. Certainly both Andrew Jackson and the Ballybay Jackson's came from Northern Ireland, and they certainly gravitated toward each other when they came to North America, but it's unclear how they might be related by blood, if at all.  I suspect they were cousins of some kind, but to what degree it's impossible to tell.  .

333.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 285, He died from a fall from a tree.

334.  Misc, http://home.earthlink.net/~fbond/hughjackson01/d1.htm.

335.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:   MERRIMAN, Anne (John MARIMAN - of England & Marie BERWICK - of this parish) b. 9 June 1796, bt. 18 July 1800. Pats: Edward MERRIMAN & Elizabeth PELKINGTON - of England; Mats: Thomas BERWICK - of South Carolina & Eleonor WALES - of Ireland; Spons: Pierre DUBOIS & Eulalie De GRADENIGO, wife of Nicolas ROUSSEAU. Continuing the same Mission (Vermillion) at Nicolas ROUSSEAU. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: v.5, #293).    - Lee Crockett, email, 23 jul 2010    Family lore has it that she is the daughter of John Merriman and Mary Berwick. These two appear to have a daughter, Anne, born on Jun 9, 1796 in LA. I have not been able to determin for sure if Anne and Sarah are the same person but it seems likely. We do not know for sure Sarah was born on the 6th instead of the 9th. They were both living in the same area.  We have a record of Anne's birth but none for Sarah. We have a record of Sarah's marriage and death but no such records for Anne. She named her first two children, Letitia and Hugh after her husband's parents. The third child, John, could be named after Sarah/Anne's father, John Merriman. The fourth child is a boy so the symetry is broken. That said, their eldest daughter does name her first born Mary.  .

336.  Misc, http://home.earthlink.net/~fbond/hughjackson01/d1.htm.

337.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

338.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Isabella JACKSON1 was born on 21 Oct 1789 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland,9 died on 20 May 1827 in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland at age 37, and was buried in New Burying Ground, Belfast, N. Ireland.     General Notes:     Excerpt from a letter to William Tennent from Washington Jackson, dated 29 dec 1827, Belfast:    "Mr. Alex Jackson sailed for New Orleans in Oct. last & his sister Mary & his late sisters 2 children who live with her & are very well."    Note: who are the two children mentioned? Could they be the Winning kids, William & Eleanor?        Isabella married Dr. William WINNING,1 son of Robert WINNING and Unknown, on 22 Apr 1814 in Ireland.1 William died in Jul 1819 in Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland and was buried in New Burying Ground, Belfast, N. Ireland.    General Notes:     "Isabella married Dr. Wirning a surgeon in British Army, served in India. He was a tall elegant looking man - dark as an Indian. He left two children."    - Letter from Anne Pope to Mary Florence Kirkman, March, 1879      I found his will 'proved' 20 july 1819. Everything left to his wife, Isabella Jackson. No children named. A debt from his brother, Robert, also passed on to his wife.. The will is witnessed by James and Leslie Thompson and Hugh Simpson.   .

339.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

340.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 285, A surgeon in the Indian Army.

341.  Misc, The New Burying Ground gravestone under JACKSON.

342.  Alicia F. Dyas Tree, Emigrated to New Orleans and then were amongst the earliest settlers in Texas.

343.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     Excerpt from a letter to William Tennent from Washington Jackson, dated 9 mar 1826, Philadelphia:    "Yesterday I forwarded to Baltimore my Cousin Alexander Jackson's portrait to Bolton Jackson to be sent to your care for his mother  - it will go by the ship London Packet direct for your port [Belfast].    I left my Cousin Alex quite well in New Orleans only on the 25th Jan & doing a very good business there."    Note: Alexander's mother had died one month previously          Excerpt from a letter to William Tennent from Washington Jackson, dated 29 dec 1827, Belfast:    "Mr. Alex Jackson sailed for New Orleans in Oct. last & his sister Mary & his late sisters 2 children who live with her & are very well."    Note: who are the two children mentioned? Could they be the Winning kids, William & Eleanor?      "Alexander married and had two daughters, Anna and Jane, who died since 1900. Left 10,000 pounds to one cousin. Don't know what else they left."    - Recordings of Susannah McKiernan Jackson, farrel-family.org  .

344.  Bill Farrell 2005 tree, Alexander Jackson (1799-1839?), early Texas settler & portrait subject      Alexander and his older brother Humphrey, children of Hugh Jackson and Letitia Thompson, immigrated to Louisiana somewhat before1810, then moved west into Texas with Stephen Austin's "Old 300." It is our supposition that this is the Alexander, cousin of Washington, whose portrait is described as being shipped to Ballybay. The 1826 letter does not mention why the portrait is in Washington's hands rather than Alexander's.      We also presume that this is the Alexander who left Dublin to return to New Orleans in 1827. His mother, Letitia, and sister, Susan, had died the year before. It is curious that another Alexander Jackson, Washington's older brother, had a portrait done by Sully in 1818. This portrait can be seen at www.farrell-family.org. .

345.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1901, Irish Census, Killaughey Street, Ballycross, Down    Hinds, Francis Thomas, 34, bank clerk             Mary Jane, 30, wife, co. Cavan             John, 2, Co. Down             Francis William, 10 months, Co. Down  Kelly, Elizabeth, 70, mother in law, Co. Monaghan  Jackson, Letitia, 50, visitor, Co. Monaghan  & 1 sevant    Note: Elizabeth's age is a bit suspect      Administration of the estate of Elizabeth Kelly late of 5 Mayfield-terrace Donaghadee County Down Widow who died 17 September 1901 granted at Belfast to Mary J. Hinds Married Woman.    Effects: £7 10s    - Will Calendar (PRONI)  .

346.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Elizabeth married William KELLY6 on 3 Sep 1867 in Castleblayney, Co. Monagan, Ireland.5     Marriage Notes:     William's father was Alexander per the marriage record  .

347.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1901, Irish Census, Killaughey Street, Ballycross, Down    Hinds, Francis Thomas, 34, bank clerk             Mary Jane, 30, wife, co. Cavan             John, 2, Co. Down             Francis William, 10 months, Co. Down  Kelly, Elizabeth, 70, mother in law, Co. Monaghan  Jackson, Letitia, 50, visitor, Co. Monaghan  & 1 servant    Note: Elizabeth Kelly is Letitia's sister and Mary Jane Hinds is her niece  .

348.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1911, Irish Census, Patrick Street, Kilkenny No 2 Urban, Kilkenney  Hinds, Francis Thomas, 44, banker             Mary Jane, 40, married 14 yrs, 3 of 3 children living             John, 12             William Francis, 11             Elizabeth Mary, 2  Jackson, Letitia, 40, Monagan  & 1 servant  .

349.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1901, Irish Census, Brackly, Carrickatee, Monaghan    Jackson, William, 65, farmer                Jane, 45                Jane, 20                Laura Girtrude, 17                Susan Beatrice, 16                Abbie Helena Mary, 12                James, 5      1911, Irish Census, Brackly, Carrickatee, Monaghan    Jackson, William, 70, farmer                Jane, 53. married 32 yers, 5 of 6 children living                Janie, 28                Gertrude, 26                James, 15        Will dated 27 feb 1910    Briefly:     William Jackson of Brackley gives to his wife Jane, in trust for his son, James, his farmland, house & chattel to be held by her during her natural life; to his daughter, Laura Gertrude to have & occupy the large room upstairs as long as she remains unmarried "together with supply of milk & vegetables". In the event she does marry she is to recieve £50. In the event James dies before the age of 21 the farm is to be "held & enjoyed" by his four daughters. In the event they disagree the farm and all other assets are to be sold upon the death of their mother and and all money shared equally among them.    Witnesses: James & Jackson Cuming.    Effects: $134 13s  .

350.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Jane's last name is Hodgen per Elizabeth's birth record and Hodge per Jane's birth record. Murname says her name is Hodgen.

351.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Jane JACKSON66 was born on 3 Nov 1880 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland and was buried in Loughmourne Presbyterian Cemetery, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.19     General Notes:     Jane inherited money from her cousin Henry Jackson  .

352.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Laura Gertrude JACKSON21 was born circa 1884 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland and was buried in Loughmourne Presbyterian Cemetery, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.19   General Notes:   Gertrude inherited money from her cousin Henry Jackson  .

353.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Susan Beatrice JACKSON21 was born in 1884 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland.5     General Notes:     There is a Susan Beatrice Jackson, born 22 oct 1884, who was naturalized in the US in 1933 while living in Chicago. Her Irish birth record does claim she was born between Oct & Dec 1884.  .

354.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, James JACKSON67 was born circa 1896 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland.     General Notes:     James inherited his cousin, Henry Jackson's, property in Ballybay    James married Florence Jane WILEY.19 Florence was born circa 1902 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland63 and was buried in Loughmourne Presbyterian Cemetery, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.  .

355.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Thomas Henry JACKSON6 was born circa 18435 and died on 21 Apr 1876 in Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland6 at age 33.     General Notes:     Will made 17 mar 1876    In brief:    Thomas Henry Jackson gives to his wife, Margaret Cargill, otherwise Jackson, to occupy during her life, except she marry, his house of business on Main St., Ballybay, together with the attached "garden meadow kitchen" and offices, and the small 4 acre farm and some "perches"[?] ususally let with said house. Also, $360 as her sole property, and the money bequeated to her by her aunt Anne, and all his furniture and chattels. Meanwhile, his drapery stock debts due to to him, "any money in hands", and the small farm he purchased recently from James Leslie, etc., to be disposed of by his executors and the proceeds reinvested for the benefit of his children. The interest of said investment to go toward the maintenance and education of his children. Upon the death of his wife, the property she inherited to go to his son Henry Jackson. In the event his wife should remarry the property is to be rented out and the rent recieved to be added to aforesaid capital. He also gives £25 each to his sisters Jane Cumming & Letitia Jackson and £100 due his sister Susan Jackson. The remaing capital to be split with 1/3 to his son Henry and 2/3 to his children yet to be born. In the event all his children should die the remaing capital to be split equally between his wife and his four sisters or their heirs, and, in that case, and upon the death of his wife or her marriage, aforesaid property to pass to his sister Susan & Letitia, and should they die the property is to pass to his brother William Jackson of Brackley.      Executors: Robert Burgess, Matthew McAuley Rutherford and William Jackson    Witnesses: Samuel McCleave, Matthew McAuley Rutherford      In a codicil dated ? mar 1876 he revokes the legacies of £25 to his sisters Jane & Letitia and he revokes the legacy of his property to his wife in the event she does not conduct herself to the satisfaction of his executors within 12 months of his decease.    Effects under £2000      1876: Death of Mr. Thomas Henry Jackson, Merchant of Main St. Interred at Lough Mourne.  Member of Masonic Order.  Funeral attended by all the Freemasons in the neighbourhood who walked two by two in procession after the coffin for a considerable distance from the town.  Large and respectable.  Forty carriages represented the gentry, farmers and merchants of the district.    - Peadar Murname  .

356.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Henry JACKSON6 was born on 21 Apr 1874 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland68 and died on 3 Nov 1898 in Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland6 at age 24.     General Notes:     Will made 13 oct 1898    In brief:    Henry Jackson gives £200 to his aunt Miss Letitia Jackson of Belfast; £200 to his aunt Mrs Cumming of Carrickmacross; his shop, land, garden & meadows in Ballybay & also his land in Carrybrannon to James Jackson, son of William Jackson of Brackley; £150 to John N Wilson and also £300 due to Henry; £100 to Mrs Hinds of Belfast; £200 to his cousin Thomas Bryans/Ryans; his shares in the Lisburn Mineral Water & Bottling company to David Shaw; £100 each to Jane & Gertrude Jackson, daughters of William Jackson of Brackley; £150 to his friend and solicitor Samuel McConnall. Mrs Cumming and Letitia Jackson are to share the residue.    Executores: David Shaw, William Jackson & Samuel McConnall    Effects £1843 18s 5d      Note: Mrs Hinds is his cousin Mary Jane Kelly    He never married and had no children.   .

357.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Year: 1850; Census Place: Belvidere, Boone, Illinois; Roll: M432_98; Page: 12A; Image: 237.    Jackson, John, 28, Ireland, clerk,                 Emily, 23, NY                Tatlow, 5, IL                Sarah, 3, IL                Mary, 6/12, IL    Note: in the home of John K Towner, 53, & Hannah Towner, 52. I assume these are Emily's parents. If so a number of her siblings are also present      Year: 1860; Census Place: Brooklyn Ward 8 District 1, Kings, New York; Roll: M653_767; Page: 395; Image: 399; Family History Library Film: 803767.    Jackson, J, 40, Ireland, agency                Emily, 39, NY                Ftton, 14, NY                Metta, 6, IL                Alice, 27, N.O.                Robert, 40, NY  & 1 servant      Year: 1870; Census Place: Roseville, Ramsey, Minnesota; Roll: T132_9; Page: 902; Image: 622; Family History Library Film: 830429.    Jackson, Tatelow, 25, MS, farmer                 John, 52, Ireland, farmer                 Emilie R, 44, NY                 Sara, 23, IL                 Mele M, 16, LA                 Alice, 12, NY                 Robert, 10, NY      Year: 1875. Minnesota Census, Rose, Ramsey Co    Jackson, Emily R, 47, NY                Tattled, 28, IL                Ellen, 26, IL                Clara, 17, NY                Robert, 10, NY      Year: 1880; Census Place: Oakland, Alameda, California; Roll: 62; Family History Film: 1254062; Page: 361D; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 0293.    Jackson, J F, 61, Irelan, F born Ireland, M born Eng, merchant                Emily R, 50, NY, F born CT, M born NY                Tadlow, 30. LA                Sahra, 25. LA                Alice E, 21, NY                Robert D, 20      Year: 1900; Census Place: Minneapolis Ward 2, Hennepin, Minnesota; Roll: T623_766; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 13    Barnard, Fred, 47, Maine, furniture manufacture                Mildred M, 45, LA, m. 26 yrs, 2 of 3 children living                Robert T, 19,                 Paul J, 12  Jackson, Emily R, 74, NY, wid  & 1 servant  .

358.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, John married Emily Rebecca TOWNER,5 daughter of John K TOWNER and Hannah LOOP, on 7 Oct 1844 in Boone Co., IL.90 Emily was born in Jun 1825 in NY,91 died on 15 Jun 1901 in Hennepinn, Min.5 at age 76, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Hennepin Co., MN.    General Notes:     Mrs Emily R Jackson died Saturday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs F H Bernard, 805 Seventh Street SE. Mrs. Jackson was formerly from Comptche, Cal., and leaves the following children: Tatlow Jackson of Comptche, Cal.; Robert B Jackson, Reno, Nev.; Mrs Barnard and the Misses Sarah and Alice Jackson of Minneapolis. The funeral was held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Barnard, and Dr. Marion D Shutter read the service. The internment was at Lakewood.    -The Minneapolis Journal, 18 jun 1901    Children from this marriage were:  .

359.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Year: 1900; Census Place: Big River, Mendocino, California; Roll: T623_93; Enumeration District: 67.    Tottlow Jackson, 45, single, day laborer      Tatlow Jackson and Olaf Zacherson, two of our prominent bachelors, who have made some failure at matrimony, concluded that it is not good to live alone, so they are living together,    -Dispatch Democrat, 20 dec 1901      Year: 1910; Census Place: Big River, Mendocino, California; Roll: T624_88; Page: 24B; Enumeration District: 0058; Image: 805; FHL Number: 1374101.    Jackson, Fatton, 64, MS, single                Alice E, 50, NY, sister, single                Sara, 60, IL, sister, single      Year: 1920;Census Place: Big River, Mendocino, California; Roll: T625_121; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 121.    Jackson, Alice E, 60, NY, fruit farm operator                Tatlow, 74, MS, no occupation      Prominent Comptche Man Answers Call of Death    Tatlow Jackson died very suddenly at his home on the hill east of Comptche Wednesday morning. Apparently he was in his usual health when stricken. A coroner's jury was summoned by Judge Wallace and rendered a verdict of death from natural causes.    Mr. Jackson was born in Mississippi some 75 years ago. His family moved north when he was young and he passed his youth and young manhood in Philadelphia and New York. He studied art at the Philadelphia School of Design, but poor health caused him to give up this course and about 1870 he went to Minneapolis where he remained for several years. In 1876 he came to California and eventually established a home in Oakland where he lived until 1890, when, after a few visits to to the Comptche section, he took up his residence there settling on a timber claim about half way up the first grade leading from Comptche to the Halfway House. There he established a very comfortable home amid ideal forest conditions, and set out the orchards whose highly colored apples have always made such a pleasing display at our annual apple fairs. He was joined at his home by his two sisters, one of whom preceded him to the grave only a few months ago.    Amid the giant redwoods, in a locality famed for its climatic conditions and healthfulness, Mr. Jackson found solace and contentment in his natural surroundings, his orchard and his books. A man of refinement and education, it was a pleasure to meet and talk with him; but he rarely came to town, and though a resident of Comptche for nearly thirty years past he was little known beyond his neighborhood. He took a decided interest in the annual apple fair here the past eight years and was one of the largest contributors of fruit.    Mr Jackson is survived by one brother, Robert Jackson of Berkley, and two sisters, Mrs M. Barnard, of Minnesota, and Miss Alice Jackson of Comptche, the latter having made her home thee with her brother for many years. To these is extended the sympathy of many friends.    - Dispatch Democrat,8 may 1921    He never married and had no children.   .

360.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Mrs. Sarah RYAN, Belfast & Killyleagh, a widow of Vicinage Park; b. 1811 & died 26 Feb 1868; buried Presbyterian graveyard, Killyleagh; will probated 11 May 1868, executors were Rev. William Johnston of Belfast & Robert Smyth of Co. Monaghan    - Surnames of County Down      Note: Sarah's daughter Mildred married a Robert Smyth. William Johnston was her cousin.  .

361.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Ryan William Villiers Esq. The letters of Administration of the personal effects of William Villiers Ryan late of Vicinage Park Belfast in the County of Antrim Esquire deceased who died on our about 14 september 1865 at Belfast aforesaid granted 15 aug 1866 at Belfast in Ireland to Sarah Ryan of Vicinage Park aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased were sealed at the Principal Registry London.    Effects in England. Nil.    - Nat'l Probate Calendar      I wonder if William is not somehow related to Edward Michael Ryan who was knighted for his part in the battle of Villers-en-Cauchies, 1794. William's eldest son was called Edward and a grandson was called Edward Michael.    "Sir Edward Michael Ryan of the 4th Dragoon Guards in Austria fought bravely during the siege of Cambrai and was given an Act of Nobility and the Knight's Cross of the Military Order of Maria Theresa. He died in 1812 on a ship carrying dispatches from Java to India."    - Araltas.com    "Lt Col Sir Edward Michael Ryan, Kt. Major in Hanger's Corps 27 February 1799; Major in a Reserve Battalion July 1803; brevet Lieutenant-Colonel 1 January 1805; Major in 2nd Garrison Battalion 26 February 1805; Lieutenant-Colonel in 78th Foot 21 February 1811; died at sea en route from Java to England March 1812."    - 78th Regiment of Foot      Rowan-Hamilton, Mildred, m. to Sir Edward Ryan, knt, of the order of Maria-Theresa, and has a son.    - A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, by John Burke    Note: Mildred was a sister to Sidney Hamilton Rowan   .

362.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Armagh - Lieutenant Edward Villiers Ryan resigns his commission, also is permitted to retain his rank, and to continue to wear the uniform of the Regiment on his retirement, dated 11 jul 1874.    - London Gazette, 10 jul 1874  .

363.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Sidney Hamilton RYAN1 was born circa 1838,5 died on 4 Oct 1877 in Rostrevor, Co. Down, Ireland5 at age 39, and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland.4     General Notes:     STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.     In the Matter of Sydney Hamilton Ryan, formerly of Bagnalstown, in the County of Carlow, Bank Manager, but late of Rostrevor, in the County of Down, deceased.     PURSUANT TO THE STATUTE ... any claims or demands against the Estate and Effects of the said Sydney Hamilton Ryan, who died at Rostrevor, in the County of Down, on or about the 4th day of October, 1877...     ALEXANDER M'COMBE, Solicitor for said Executor, Armagh      - Belfast Newsletter, 12 nov 1877      Sydney Hamilton RYAN, Kilbroney, died 4 Oct 1877; bank manager, Rostrevor formally of Co. Carlow; buried with a large extended family in Presbyterian graveyard, Killyleagh; will probated 24 Oct 1877, executor was Cunningham Francis Ryan of Manchester UK     - County Down surnames      PRONI has an image of his will: he bequeathed his property in Dublin, and all other property, to his brother Cunningham Francis Ryan subject to the payment of £600 to his sister Mildred Smyth; and the annual payment of £20 to the maintenance, education and advancement of the two children of Mary Belford until they each reach 17 yrs, whereupon they are to receive £100 each.

364.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, General Notes:     There is a Robert Murdoch was died at 72 yrs in Dublin South in 1868 (bc 1796) per the Ireland Civil registration Index of 1845-1958      PRONI D4171/2, 28 December 1846    Copy conveyance of lands in Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan, from John Thompson of Westport, Co. Mayo, acting as assignee of the estate and effects of the bankrupt Joseph Cunningham, to Robert Murdock, Martello Terrace, Kingstown, Co. Dublin.      PRONI D4171/3, 28 January 1847    Counterpart lease of lands in Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan from Robert Murdock to George Brown, Drogheda, Co. Louth, for a term of 99 years for an annual rent of £200. Provision is made for the use of mills, their fixtures and machinery, found on the lands.      PRONI D4171/5, 16 May 1860    Two copies of a fee farm grant for lands in Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan from Andre A.M. Ker of Newbliss House, Co. Monaghan, to Robert Murdock, Lower Leeson Street, City of Dublin.      PRONI D4171/6, 27 January 1865    Deed entitled "Negative Search for Acts of Robert Murdock affecting Drumfaldra in Co. Monaghan", detailing three memorials to which Murdock had claim.      PRONI D4171/7, 20 February 1865    Memorial of an indented deed of conveyance of land in Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan, from Robert Murdock to James Brown of Rockcorry, Co. Monaghan.      PRONI D4171/8, 1865-1910    Bundle of correspondence, legal papers and estate records pertaining to the management of lands in Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan, and Tullyorier and Crosshugh, Banbridge, Co. Down, belonging to the Brown family. The bundle includes a letter, dated 8 February 1865, from Robert Murdock referring to various deeds relating to his land at Drumfaldra, and a series of solicitors letters (1879-91) from Hugh Glass and Thomas Crozier, Banbridge, to James Brown concerning the collection of rents and income tax returns for the Tullyorier lands. In these letters comments are made as to the ability of tenants, who were "very poor", to pay their rent, the appropriateness of decisions made by Brown, and matters concerning the Irish Land Commission. A series of loose rentals/accounts for Tullyorier and Crosshugh are also included. The rents to these lands were made over to Samuel Brown and the Misses Brown [children of James Brown] and cover the period 1899-1910 [approx. 108 documents].  .

365.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Here below a listing of various addresses for Robert & Sidney Murdock:    1843, The Post Office Annual Directory and Calendar for Dublin     - Murdock, Robert, esq. 57 Eccles Street (Dublin)    1846, Slater's Directory of Ireland     - Murdock, Robert, solicitor, 31 College Green; house 6 Martello Terrace, Kingston    1858, The Post Office Annual Directory and Calendar for Dublin    - Murdock, Robert, 31 College Green  - Murdock, Robert, jun. 31 College Green    1868, Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory of Ireland,    - Murdock, Sidney,  L.K.Q.C.P.I. &  L.R.C.S.I, 36, Leeson-Street, Dublin    1870, Slater's Directory of Ireland     - Murdock, Robert, Solicitor, and agent to the European Guarantee Association, 31College Green (Dublin)    - Murdock, Sydney, M.D. surgeon, 81Tritonville Road (Dublin)    1880, Thom's Irish Almanac     - Murdock, Robert, Clerk of the Crown, Co. Monaghan    1881, Slater's Directory of Ireland     - Murdock, Robert, solicitor, clerk of crown, co. Monaghan, 36 Leeson Street lower (Dublin)    - Murdock, Sydney, L.K.Q.C.P.I., L.R.C.S.I, physician, 106 Pembroke rd. (Dublin)    1894, Thom's Official Directory of the United Kingdom of Great Britian and Ireland, Irish Section     - Robert Murdock, Clerk of the Crown, Co. Monaghan  .

366.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, McMahon, Dora 31 December. Personal Estate in England £2025 5s. Probate of the will of Dora McMahon late of Crieveland in the Co. of Monaghan Widow who died on or about 7 December 1886 at same place granted at 23 Dec 1886 at Dublin to Robert Murdoch of 36 Lower-Leeson Street in the City of Dublin Esquire the sole Executor    - Nat'l Probate Calendar    Dora married Rev. Thomas McMAHON70 on 28 Sep 1854 in Dublin, Ireland.5 Thomas was born in Philadelphia, PA and died before 1886  .

367.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, In the 1870s Robert Murdoch of 36, Leeson Street Lower, Dublin, owned over 5,000 acres in county Tipperary and Sydney Murdoch of 31, College Green, Dublin owned 879 acres in the same county. In October 1871 premises in Roscrea and a mill at Clybanane, the estate of John Phelan, a minor, were advertised for sale. Sidney Murdoch was the petitioner. In 1906 Robert Murdock held over 2,500 acres of untenanted land at Bohrnarnane and Cloheenfishoge in county Tipperary. These townlands had previously belonged to the Earl of Glengall. Sydney Murdock, medical doctor, married in 1867 Mary Adelaide daughter of John Jacob, medical doctor, of Maryborugh, Queen's County (Laois). Sydney Murdock died in 1881. The Murdoch family Robert senior and junior and Sidney medical doctor appear in the Dublin directories (Thoms) in the second half of the 19th century. They also had a residence at Creeve or Crievelands, county Monaghan.    - landedestates.ie  Murdoch Robert of 36 Lower Leeson street Dublin esquire died 10 jul 1895 Probate Dublin to William M. Lane esquire Sealed London 22 August Effects £4393 10s 10d. in England    - Eng & Wales, Nat'l Probate Calendar  .

368.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Prudentia's marriage records states that her father was a solicitor and that her husband was a stockbroker. Her address was 36 LR Leeson St.    Gifford, Prudentia of 11 Wellington Court Knightsbridge Middlesex widow died 8 feb 1917 Probate London 29 March to Florence Maude Mary Murdock (wife of Robert Murdock). Effect £14074 3s. 10d    - Eng. & Wales, Nat'l Probate Calender    Prudentia married George GIFFORD,71 son of Charles GIFFORD and Unknown, on 26 Apr 1871 in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, Ireland.71   .

369.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Marriage of JAMES CARLILE MURDOCK of DONAMON CO WEXFORD and ISABELLA WHITE of 7 UPPER PEMBROKE ST on 29 January 1868                            Husband                                       Wife   Name          JAMES CARLILE MURDOCK    ISABELLA WHITE   Address       DONAMON CO WEXFORD       7 UPPER PEMBROKE ST   Occupation CLERK IN HOLY ORDERS         N/R   Father         ROBERT MURDOCK                 JAMES WHITE   Mother       N/R                                              N/R       Murdoch the reverend James Carlile of Maryville-Cross-avenue Blackrock county Dublin clerk died 16 jul 1893 Probate Dublin to Robert Murdoch esquire and the reverend Francis Hayes clerk sealed London 14 August Effects £1320 in England    -Nat'l Probate Calendar    James married Isabella WHITE5 on 29 Jan 1868 in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, Ireland.71   .

370.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Her father's name is Robert Murdock and her residence is 36 LR Leeson St, Dublin. This is the same address as her sister Prudentia. Her father-in law is Archibald Little and her husband is a MD.    1901 Irish Census, Dublin    Little, James, 64, physician, b. Newry             Anah, 58, wife, b. Dublin             Lydia K, 27, dau, b. Dublin  Falkiner, Lydia K, 52, sister in law, born King..., wid.  & 5 servants      1911 Irish Census, Dublin    Little, James, 74, physician             Anna, 68  Falkiner, Lydia, 67, sister in law, wid  Butler, Edith Alice, 44, single, vistor  & 6 servants    Note: who is Lydia K Falkiner? Peadar Murname tells me in an email dated 21 July 2011 that she was Anna's sister.      Falkiner, Lydia Katherine of 32 Thurloe-square Middlesex died 22 October 1921 Probate Dublin to James Little and Eric Archibald Little esquires. Effects £5409 1s. 6d. in England. Sealed London 31 December.    - Emg & Wales, Nat'l Probate Calendar    Anna married James LITTLE M.D.71 on 23 Oct 1871 in St.Stephens Church, Dublin, Ireland.71 James was born on 21 Jan 1837 in Newry, Co. Down, Ireland72 and died on 23 Dec 1916 in Dublin, Ireland at age 79.

371.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, This month's item of the month is the diary of Dr James Little. It is part of a small collection of the personal papers of various Irish doctors collected by Dr Kirkpatrick, and donated by Kirkpatrick to the College. Unlike many of the items in the archive it gives an insight into the private life of a doctor rather than the public view expressed through their case books and medical papers.     James Little was born in Newry in January 1837, his diary starts with a summary and retrospective of his childhood and adolescence including a description of his decision to enter medicine;     '1853 - for some years past my attention has been directed to the medical profession - I now quietly sat down and made up my mind to go to it - a family council was held & the best bargain made for me to go to Dr Cohan as an apprentice - so I went over to Armagh and was installed as his apprentice - I should certainly not have had the courage to do so were it but that it had already been agreed that he was to allow me to go to Dublin in the following November and I hope that Aunt's kindness will make the nine months bearable'.    In Dublin James Little enrolled as a student of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, becoming a Licentiate of the College in 1856. On March 20th 1857 Little left Southampton on the 'Vera', bound for Calcutta where he had accepted a post as Surgeon to the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Packet Company, a post he would retain for 3 years. Dr Little's three years service with the P&O Company are the main focus of the diary. In his diary Dr Little records his experience as a ship surgeon and also the long periods of unemployment where he lived at the officers club in Calcutta.     In February 1858, on one of his early voyages as ship's surgeon, Dr Little's ship the 'Ava' was shipwrecked on rocks 12 miles from the cost of Ceylon. In his diary, written in retrospect some month later, he describes in detail the experience. The ship having become stranded on the rocks the passengers were evacuated onto life rafts in case the ship should break up in the night, where Dr Little and his charges spent a cold and sleepless night. Before the evacuation Dr Little has risked venturing below decks to rescue his doctors bag and diploma case, the essential tools of his trade! In the morning the rafts were able to make the short journey to the shore, and all the passengers were safely landed.     Little and some of the ship's crew spent the next few weeks living in a tent on the beach where they had landed, while the crew attempted to rescue all they could from the wreck of the Ava, which had split in half and was slowly sinking. When she was ship wrecked the Ava was sailing from Calcutta to Suez with the post, refugees from the Indian Mutiny including Julia Inglis (the wife of Colonel Inglis who commanded the British troops during the Siege of Lucknow) and a large quantity of treasure. Although no lives were lost, some of the treasure and the diaries of Colonel Inglis were never recovered. Lady Inglis later published The Siege of Lucknow- A Diary (1892) which ends with the story of the shipwreck of the Ava    Following his adventures in India Little returned to Ireland, took his MD from Edinburgh University in 1861 and two years latter set up in practice in Dublin. Little went on to become one of the leaders of his profession, he lectured at the Ledwich School of Medicine and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, in 1898 he was appointed Regis Professor of Physic in the University of Dublin, and was an active member of numerous medical clubs and organisations. He was registrar of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, and President of the same College from 1886-1888. Little died in December 1916 at the age of 79, six years latter a bronze plaque with a portrait in bas-relief was erected in the entrance Hall of the College by the Members and Fellows.     - http://rcpilibrary.blogspot.com/2011/04/diary-of-dr-james-little-medicine.html      His obit appears in the British Medical Journal, Jan 6, 1917. It is very long and deals in the main with his prestigious Dublin practise. There is only one small paragrah toward the end that makes reference to his private life:    "When 35 years of agc he married Anna, daughter of Robert Murdoch, wlo predeceased him in 1914. By her he had three children, who survive bim, two sons and a daughter".    The rest of the obit can be viwed here:    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2347815/pdf/brmedj07082-0075.pdf      James Little of 14 St. Stephens Green Dublin MD died 23 January 1916 Probate Dublin to James Little esquire and Alexander Davidson Orr Solicitor Effects 61873 9s. in England. Sealed London 6 March.    - Eng & Wales, National Probate Calendar.  .

372.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Falkiner Lydia Katherine of 32 Thurloe-square Middlesex died 22 October 1921 Probate Dublin to James Little and Eric Archibald Little esquires. Effects £5409 1s 6d in England. Sealed London 31 December.

373.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Lydia married Robert George FALKINER on 24 Aug 1869 in Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.19 Robert was born circa 18335 and died on 15 Jun 1872 in Dublin, Ireland16 at age 39.    General Notes:     Robert was a Solicitor according to several land records at findmypast.ie  .

374.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, MARRIED:    On the 6th inst. at Booterstown Church, Joseph CUNNINGHAM of Ballybay, in the County of Monaghan, Esq. to Sarah, daughter of Jas. Stevenson Giveen, Cabin-hill, near Coleraine, in the county of Derry, Esq.    From the "Belfast Newsletter" dated June 11, 1833.      DIED.      Of fever, at Texas, America, in the 25th year of his age, Robert, eldest son of the late James Stevenson Giveen, Esq., of Cabin-hill, near Coleraine.    - Newspapers, 21 jun 1838, PRONI              Joseph married Sarah GIVEEN on 6 Jun 1833 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland.73     Children from this marriage were:           221            F          i.          Dorothy CUNNINGHAM22 was born in 1835.         222      M      ii.   Joseph CUNNINGHAM22 was born in 1837.   .

375.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, 47, The dates are different in two places. Alternate dates he gives are: b. 11 Mar 1826 d. 4 Jan 1868.

376.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

377.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, John JOHNSTON3 was born circa 1824, died on 8 Nov 1851 in Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland at age 27, and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. .

378.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, On the 26th ultimo, in Ballybay Presbyterian Church, John JOHNSTON, Esq., of Belfast, to Mary, eldest daughter of John JACKSON, Esq., of Crieve, county Antrim    - Anglo-Celt  Published in Cavan, county Cavan  July 5, 1850  .

379.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, He is named in his maternal grandfather's will (at PRONI).

380.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

381.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Jackson Mary of Longfield Carrickmacross county Monaghan Eire and of 24 Shandon Park Knock Belfast spinster died 22 February 1940 at latter place Probate Belfast 10 July to Bessie Jackson spinster and Frank Albert Orr solicitor's managing assistant. Effects £2579 14s. 8d.    - Will Calendar, PRONI  .

382.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Her birth record says she was born 1870 but the 1901 census record shows she was only 20.She never married and had no children.   .

383.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Jackson Sidney of Longfield Carrickmacross county Monaghan farmer died 21 May 1924 at Richmond Nursing Home Belfast Probate Belfast 26 August to Mary Jackson and Bessie Jackson spinsters. Effects £828 2s. 3d.    - Will Calendar, PRONI  .

384.  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: An Illustrated History, 157, Note: The birth date given for his father is incorrect - it would have made his father 7 years old at the time of his son's birth.

385.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Life and labours of the Rev. William Johnston, D. D., Belfast   by Prenter, Samuel.  Published / Created: 1895.   Subjects: “...Johnston, William, 1818-1894...”    - The National Library of Ireland      He organized the rebuilding of Townsend Street Church and founded The Presbyterian Orphan Society (1866-).    "...Johnston, the savour of whose ministrations and 'gallery meetings' is not yet dead in Tullylish, and who is to leave a son behind him, when he passes away, who is to be known all over Ireland as the orphan's friend."    - History of the Irish Presbyterian Church      Long article in the Otago Witness (NZ), 20 mar 1907, concerning William Johnston and the Presbyterian Orphan Society. It can be view at paperspast.natlib.govt.nz. According to the article William spent some time in Canada & South Africa prior to 1865.     It is possible that he had children born abroad.      "There is one man in Belfast whom we could not do without: that man is a Presbyterian minister, and his name is William Johnston." - Primate of the Episcopalian Church.      William served as the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ireland in 1872 & 1873    Author:    A memorial sketch of Townsend Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast   by Rev. William Johnston, D.D..   Published 1880     Johnston the reverend William of Dundin Belfast D D presbyterian minister  died 10 jan 1894 Probate Belfast to Robert T Martin Solicitor Sealed London 25 apr.  Effects £401 16s. in England    - Nat'l Probate Calendar     PRONI has an image of the will. He leaves everything he has to his wife.    .

386.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation.

387.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, John JOHNSTON3 was born circa 1824, died on 8 Nov 1851 in Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland at age 27, and was buried in First Ballybay Cemetery, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. .

388.  Louis Farrell's Jackson Compilation, 47, The dates are different in two places. Alternate dates he gives are: b. 11 Mar 1826 d. 4 Jan 1868.

389.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, On the 26th ultimo, in Ballybay Presbyterian Church, John JOHNSTON, Esq., of Belfast, to Mary, eldest daughter of John JACKSON, Esq., of Crieve, county Antrim    - Anglo-Celt  Published in Cavan, county Cavan  July 5, 1850  .

390.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, He was a Captain ... 17th Regiment of Foot. His wife is described as a minor, daughter of Maurice Wilson Knox    Boyd James Browne Hornor, Personal Estate £1430 12s 10d,  25 january. The Will with a Codicil of James Browne Honor Boyd late of the Army and Navy Club Pall Mall in the County of Middlesex a Lieutenant-Colonel in Her Majesty's Army who died 21 November 1881 at 60 Cambridge-terrace Edgware - road in the said County was proved at the Principle Registry by Christopher Lethbridge of 25 Abington-street in the city of Westminster Soliciter and Hannah Magdalene Boyd of 22 Gloucester-cresecent Hyde Park in the said County Widow the Relict the Executors    - Eng & Wales, Nat'l Probate Calendar      'In fond remembrance of Colonel J B Horner late 17th Regiment who died 21st November 1881 aged 52 years.'    - gravestone inscription    "This may be of some assistance. My g-g-grandfather's brother was Lt-Colonel James Browne Horner-Boyd of the 17th Regt of Foot. He had considerable property in Co Armagh and died without issue. I was making inquiries as to the source of his "Horner" hyphenated name. and another Boyd passed this to me. It may be a key to both our puzzles as I have no further record of the Horners. My man was a Captain in the Crimean war and died as Lt Col of his Regt, (at home) abt 1875. He is buried in Tassagh Presb. Church Cemetery in the Boyd family plot. Tassagh is midway between Keady and Town of Armagh. Good Luck!"      ""I promised to tell you where JBH Boyd got his name. Susannah Browne who married James Boyd had 2 sisters Elizabeth and Frances and one brother James. Elizabeth married Thomas Horner. They had one son, James Browne Horner 1771-1839, married 1795 Helena Triphook 1775-1839. They had no issue. He left 1/3 of his estate to his godson James Browne Horner Boyd who was named after him.""    David Boyd, Ontario Canada, 1 jul 2001, ancestry,com message boards  .

391.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Boyd Hannah Magdalene of Knockrath House Rathdrum Wicklow widow died 16 may 1913 Administration (with Will limited) London 9 March to Arthur Venn Prior solicitor Attorney of Brian Honor Mansergh.    Effects £4726 0s. 7d.    - Eng & Wales, National Probate Calendar.  .

392.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1881 England Census, Glen Parva, Leicestershire    Mansergh, Arthur W, 36, Ireland, Capt. 17th Reg. of Foot                   Bessie H, 23, Ireland (Dublin)  Banbury, Alice M M, 19, niece, Ceylon  & 3 servants      1891 England Census, Wigston Magna, Leicestershire    Mansergh, Arthur W, 46, Ireland, ret. officer                   Bessie H, 33, Ireland  Boyd, James B, 22, Ireland, vistor  & several servants      Note: James B Boyd was Bessie cousin. He would later inherit her English assets.      Year: 1901, Irish Census, Crossmore, Armagh    Boyd, Bessie, 64, wid            Roberta, 37, dau            James, 32, son            Mary, 30, dau  Monseragh, Bessie, 42, nurse  & two servants        Mansergh Bessie Hornor of Ballinacor House Tinahely county Wicklow widow died 8 mar 1930 Administration (with Will) (limited) London 20 August to Arthur Venn Prior solicitor attorney of James Browne Boyd    Effects £19298 11s. 6d. in England    - Eng & Wales Nat'l Probate Calendar    Bessie married Arthur Henry Wentworth MANSERGH1 on 27 Feb 1878 in Bombay, India.121 Arthur was born circa 1845 in Ireland12 and died on 13 Oct 1926 in Co. Down, Ireland16 at age 81.    General Notes:     Son of Charles Carden Mansergh per his marriage record      Mansergh, Arthur Henry Wentworth of Roseville Warrenpoint county Down died 13 october 1926 Probate Belfast to Nathaniel Taylor solicitor    Effects £884 17s 9d. in England    Sealed London 4 march    - Eng & Wales, Nat'l Probate Calendar      Mansergh Arthur Henry Wentworth of Roseville Warrenpoint county Down retired colonel in the army died 13 October 1926 Probate Belfast 27 January to Nathaniel Taylor solicitor. Effects £4642 0s. 8d.    - Will Calendar, PRONI  .

393.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, James Brown Hornor BOYD5 was born on 4 Feb 1867 in Dublin, Ireland, died on 15 Mar 1867 in Ireland,6 and was buried in Tassagh Presbyterian Cemetery, Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland.     He never married and had no children.   .

394.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

395.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, "Elizabeth Boyd. also known as Bessie Boyd, in a will, dated 1 December, 1898, originally left her property, Millview House + 20 acres, to Mary Lina Boyd, Bessie Roberta Boyd, and James Brown Boyd. In a codicil, dated 29 August, 1907, she left all to Bessie Roberta Boyd. And died on or about the 22 September, 1907 without further altering or revoking her will and Codical."    - Gilbert David Boyd, email of 13 jun 2011  .

396.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, "My Grandfather, James Browne Boyd came to Canada from Tassagh, Co. Armagh  ca. 1912.    "There are several indications that he had disgraced his family, (his Father, Robert Boyd, was dead) and left the management of Millview House (their seat) and the Linen mills to his mother and sister (Roberta). The entire venture collapsed after more than one hundred years of success . J.B. Boyd eventually inherited the estate of his uncle, Lt. Col James Browne Horner-Boyd, when Horner-Boyd's daughter and her husband (Mansergh) died in a car crash about 1926 [not quite - Arthur Mansergh died 1926, then his only son died 1928, and then his wife, Bessie, died 1930, and then she willed her estate to J B Boyd). This put grandfather back in the chips, which he used to remain well lubricated on whiskey until his death on New Year's Day, 1941. Once he had money he moved to Lake Cowichan - where Mossam Boyd's lumber company was prospering. There was a modest settlement of Boyds in this remote lumbering town on Vancouver Island.    [Sic]    "BTW - other sites declare that the repeating family line, Grt Grandfather, (his father was alsoRobert), James Browne Boyd with a son, Robert died out without issue. Robert begat my Grandfather, another infant male "Darkey" who died in infancy, and two daughters, one being Roberta. Grandfather married Emily Josephine Bowring of Waterford - allegedly a cousin. His first-born son was Robert Knox Boyd my uncle. There was also a Cecil, Violet, Dorothy, then my Dad - David Francis Boyd, then my surviving uncle, George Graves Bowring Boyd. (they claim that Graves was from the Bowring side and a senior clergyman)    "There is a nice collection of well marked graves in the family plot at Tassagh Presbyterian Church in Co. Armagh, just a short walk from Millview House. A bit further away is Balleer House, which G-G Grandfather first lived in before taking Millview on a lease from the Earl of Charlemont.    "Millview House has a beautiful setting, with a weir for 'scutching flax' diverted through the front yard and a pair of ancient monkey trees on the hill in front of the house. I last visited the region in 1995.    David Boyd  Official Town Crier  Rideau Lakes Township, Ontario Canada    This is a slightly edited message posted at the Boyd L archives at rootsewb.ancestry.com on 9 dec 2006.  .

397.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

398.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Mary Lina BOYD was born on 19 Jun 1870 in Keady, Co. Armagh, Ireland135 and died circa 1907 at age 37.     General Notes:    There are three marriage records for Mary in the Irish civil registration indexes; one for apr-jun 1905; one for jan-mar 1906 and one for jan-mar 1907 (all three occur in Armagh). The third and final record appears to match up with a George Rainey (spelled Reaney). Further, Gilbert David Boyd spoke to me of a certain Douglas James Rainey who lived with his grandfather. It now appears as if he was Mary's son and that Mary died the year he was born.    Mary married George RAINEY  .

399.  Adam Edwards Research 2011.

400.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, November 12 1858     On the 10th inst., at Inch Church, Island of Inch, county Donegal, by the Rev. W.H. Slack, Rector of Balteagh, JOHN GRANT JACKSON, ESQ., of Dublin, to JANE, second daughter of ISAAC COLQUHOUN, ESQ., Londonderry    - Marriage Notices, Inch Parish, Co Donegal, transcribed from the Londonderry Sentinel 1829-69      He is described as a widow on is marriage record      1871 England Census, Dawlish, Newton Abbot, Devon, England    Jackson, J Grant, 47, Ireland, annuitant               Jane, 41, Ireland               R G, 11, son, Ireland               Maud, 9, Ireland               Florence, 8, Ireland               Ella, , 5, Ireland               Ethel, 4m, Devon  Humphrey, Eliza, 25, Governess  Discombe, Bessie, 21, serv  Stoule, Elizabeth, 22, serv      1881 England Census, Fulham, London, England    Jackson, Jane, 53, Londonderry, widow, annuitant               Reginald G, 21, Dublin, civil engineer               Mary M, 19, Monkstown               Florence Ada, 18, Monkstown  Morgan, Margaret, 30, serv  Bunce, Margaret, 21, serv      1881 England Census, St Peter, Brighton, Sussex, England    Dill, Margaret, 55, Ireland         Richard, 26, Ireland, student of Medicine  Jackson, Ella, 15, Ireland, niece  Hale, Ruth, 28, serv  McVitty, Ada, 19, serv    1881 England Census, Keymer, Sussex, England    Turpin, Georgina, 22, Ireland, Teacher  Jackson, Ethel, 10, Devon      Note: Margaret Dill was Ella's mother's sister. Richard Dill would go on and marry Ella's eldest sister, Maud.      1891 England Census, Kensington, London, England    Jackson, Jane, 63              Mary M, 29              Florence A, 27              Edith E, 25              Ethel E, 20  Rose, Emily, 37, ser      1901 England Census, Exmouth, Devon, Eng    Jackson, Jane, 74, Ire.                Florence A, 37, Ire  Gorsage, Frances J, 34, Ire, visitor  Ellis, Elizabeth A, 36, serv  Law, Mabel E, 19, serv      "Margaret Colquhoun was the daughter of Isaac Colquhoun.2 She married Marcus Gordon Dill, son of Reverend Richard Dill  and Jane Gordon, on 19 March 1846.1 She died in 1892, 12 jan.1    "Margaret Colquhoun lived Derry.1 Her married name became Dill.     "Children of Margaret Colquhoun and Marcus Gordon Dill   Robert Gordon Dill 2   Richard Moore Colquhoun Dill 2 b. 28 Aug 1856, d. 10 Nov 1930   Thomas Reginald Colquhoun Dill +2 b. 1859, d. 6 Nov 1934     "Richard Moore Colquhoun Dill was born on 28 August 1856.1 He was the son of Marcus Gordon Dill and Margaret Colquhoun.2 He married Mary Maud jackson, daughter of john Grant jackson, on 3 February 1893.1 He died on 10 November 1930 at age 74, without issue.1"    "Regt 1886 commn'd Wilts.1 Re-empd in World War I (despatches).1 Adjt Indian Vols.1 Served at Tel-el-Kebir and in South African War.1 Lt-COI in the Army.1 He lived 6 Louisa Terrace.1 Exmouth.1 Devon.1 Between 1890 and 1895 Thansi.1 He was trans Yorkshire LI in 1893.1 In 1904 ret.1"    - thePeerage.com, a genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe  .

401.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, England Death Index:    Name: John Grant Jackson   Estimated birth year: abt 1823   Year of Registration: 1875   Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep   Age at Death: 52   District: Newton Abbot   County: Devon    Note: Devon is where his daughter was said to be living          John married Jane COLQUHOUN, daughter of Isaac COLQUHOUN and Unknown, on 10 Nov 1858 in County Donegal, Ireland.5 Jane was born circa 1828 in Londonderry, Ireland.45    .

402.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Newton Abbot, Devon, England.

403.  Adam Edwards Research 2011,   Mary and her husband appear next to each other in the Probate Calendar (they died a few days apart). They both will their effects to Thomas Reginald Colquhuon Dill. It appears that he was her husband's brother.    Mary married Richard Moore Colquhoun DILL, son of Marcus Gordon DILL and Margaret COLQUHOUN, on 4 Feb 1893 in Lucknow, Bengal, India.141 Richard was born on 28 Aug 1856 in Ireland and died on 10 Nov 1930 in Exmouth, Devon, England16 at age 74. They had no children.  .

404.  Allan Blackstock, The Rector and the Rebel, in From the United Irishmen to twentieth-century Unionism: A Festchrift for A.T.Q. Stewart. Dublin. 2004..

405.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1851, England Census, Southampton, Hampshire    Tennent, Letitia E, 44, Ireland, Baroness                 Eleanor E, 18, Ireland                 Edith E, 10, London                 William E, 15, London  & 1 servant      1851, England Census, St. George Hanover Sq., Middlesex    J Emerson Tennent, 46, knigh, landed proprietortin & Governor of S Ireland, and visitor in the home of William Bryden, 52, parlimentary agent      1881, England, St. Mary Abbotts, London, England    Tennent, Letitia E, 74, Ireland, Baroness                 Eleanor, 48, Ireland  MaCartney, 47, Ireland, vistor  & 2 servants    Letitia married Sir James EMERSON TENNENT on 24 Jun 1831 in Ireland.2 James was born on 7 Apr 1804 in London, England and died on 6 Mar 1869 in Middlesex, England7 at age 64  .

406.  James H. Murnane & Peadar Murnane, At the Ford of the Birches: The History of Ballybay, its People and Vicinity, 1999 R&S Printers, Monaghan Ireland, 285.

407.  PRONI, http://www.proni.gov.uk/introduction__emerson_tennent_papers_d2922.pdf  was an eminent merchant of this town [Belfast]. He was partly educated here, and thence transferred to Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated LLD. Having completed his collegiate career, which throughout gave promise of his ultimate success as a statesman and writer, he readily joined some of the ardent spirits, who, like "the most celebrated Englishman of the 19th century" sighed to achieve independence for Greece. He left Belfast, accompanied by the only son of Dr Tennent, a name which he was destined to bear - to join the expedition to which Byron had given a certain splendid, though melancholy, interest. ... Mr Emerson, the subject of this notice, arrived in Greece in October 1824, and was immediately presented with a commission by the Greek Committee, from whom he got letters to their representatives in Missolonghi. His friend and companion, Robert James Tennent, also received a commission. Both remained for a considerable period fighting in the popular cause. ... On his return to London, in 1827, he published a series of letters in Colburn's New Monthly Magazine under the title of "Letters from the Aegean". In the following year these were published in a collected form. Some time afterwards he wrote Greece in 1825, and at no very distant interval there followed a History of Modern Greece, which contains some highly interesting details in relation to the establishment of the monarchy. ...  Shortly after the appearance of his larger work on Greece, he was called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn. In 1831 he returned to Belfast, and about the close of the year he married Miss Letitia, the only daughter of Mr W. Tennent, the celebrated banker. In July of the following year, during the terrible prevalence of Asiatic cholera in Belfast, his father-in-law died while courageously and unselfishly engaged in mitigating the terrors of the visitation. Mr Tennent was one of the first who fell a victim to the disease. Succeeding to the estates of his father-in-law, Mr Emerson assumed, in addition to the paternal name which he had hitherto borne, that of Tennent.

408.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Son of William Emerson Esq., a Merchant in Belfast by the youngest daughter of William Arbuthnot Esq., of Rockville, Co Down. B at Belfast 1804. He double-barrelled his name to Emerson Tennent in 1832 under the will of William Tennent of Belfast and Tempo, a wealthy banker whose daughter and heiress, Letitia, he had married in the previous year.  He acquired European-wide literary acclaim for his espousal of international intervention on behalf of the Greeks in the 1820s.  He began his political career as a Whig, but was espoused by the local Conservatives in his first election for Belfast in 1832 and in 1834 went over to the Conservatives under the aegis of his political mentor, Lord Stanley. (He later claimed that the Whigs never forgave his defection and had their revenge in 1850-1851 when they made a party-political question of his controversial period of office in Ceylon.) He was MP for Belfast, 1832-1845 (and his portrait, full-length, hangs in the Reception Hall of Belfast City Hall), originator of a milestone Copyright of Designs Act (1842), Joint Secretary to the India Board, 1841-1845, Colonial Secretary in Ceylon, 1845-1849, Permanent Secretary to the Board of Trade, 1852-1867 (and usually regarded as the inventor of competitive examination for the Civil Service), author of major books on Belgium, Greece, Ceylon, natural history, antiquites, etc, friend of Dickens and other literary and artistic people, and builder of Tempo Manor, Co. Fermanagh (to the designs of Sir Charles Lanyon), 1861-1869. He was knighted in 1845, and created a baronet on his retirement from the Board of Trade in 1867. His family consisted of two daughters and a son, Sir William Emerson Tennent, who was an official in the Board of Trade, and at whose death the baronetcy became extinct    Charles Dickens dedicated Our Mutual Friend to him and attended his funeral.      Tempo Manor: http://www.tempomanor.com/index.html  .

409.  PRONI, http://www.proni.gov.uk/introduction__emerson_tennent_papers_d2922.pdf.

410.  Wiki, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Emerson_Tennent.

411.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Tennent Eleanor Emerson of 31 Thurloe-square Middlesex spinster died 14 March 1916 Probate London 2 May to Thomas Hughes Torrens deputy Lieutenant for county Antrim.    Effects £16675 12s. 10d.    - Nat'l Probate Calendar    She never married and had no children.   .

412.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, 1891, England Census, Paignton, Devon    Butler, Sarah C, 44, wid, Madeira, British subject  Tennant, Ethel E, 19, daughter, Surrey  Butler, Henry H C, 6, son, Fermanagh    William married Sarah ARMSTRONG in 1870. Sarah was born circa 1847 in Madeira, Portugal12 and died on 31 Dec 1940 at age 93.  .

413.  Adam Edwards Research 2011, Deaths    SHIELDS.-On January 7, 1921, at Seaview. 42 Swanourne-street. Cottesloe Beach, James Shields late of Tammin. and formerly of The Poles, County Meath, Ireland and British Pro Consul, St. Malo, France; age 81 years    SHIELDS.-The Friends of the late Mr. James Alexander Shields; late of Tammin, and formerly of  The Poles, County Meath, Ireland and British Pro-Consul, St. Malo, France, are respectfully invitet to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral will leave his late residence, Seaview, No. 42 Swanbourne-street, Cottesloe Beach, on MONDAY MORNING at 10.30 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 11.15 a.m.      ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Undertakers. Fremantle and Claremont.     LORD NELSON' LODGE No. 46, W.A.C.     SHIELDS.-The Brethren of the above Lodge and the Order in general are respectfully invited to follow the remains of the late Wor shipful Bro. J. A. Shields to the place of interment, the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Cortege will leave Seaview, 42 Swanbourne-street Cottesloe Beach, on MONDAY MORNING at 10.30 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 11.15 a.m.    - The West Australian, 8 jan 1921        Wills of the Week    James Alexander Shields, late of Subiaco, to James Cecil Shields amount not stated    - Sunday Times (Perth, WA), 30 jan 1921    James married Elizabeth THOMSON  .

 

 

 

 

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