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Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.
It is important to be wary of some of the links in this tree. They depend on hunches. I began with the parish registers of St. Catherine’s Dublin, and then interpolated information from deeds, and maps to look at other likely relationships. At present, I do not know where these JACKSONs came from, but links in Lisburn and Coleraine are potential places which have me curious. As to where these JACKSONs went, since they do not seem to have stayed in Dublin after a few generations, one likely place would be to look at Michael JACKSON (1740-1803) in Graigue, Queens Co, whose son Adam (1784-1858) and daughter Frances JACKSON (1791-1851) are strong contenders to be descendants. OTHER SURNAMES: McCRACKEN; MATTHEWS.

As the recorded voice says in the London Underground: Mind the Gap[s].
Sharon Oddie Brown. August 22, 2016

 

 1-Michael JACKSON Clothier. b. Abt 1650, d. 1717, of Pimlico, Dublin, Co. Dublin [NOTE: Birth date is a hunch – based on likely date of marriage.]

+Elizabeth UNNAMED

2-Adam JACKSON Weaver. d. Jul 28, 1730, of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, Co. Dublin, NOTE: His death date is a hunch. Deeds indicate that he was still living in 1720, and then a burial of an Adam JACKSON of Plunket St was recorded at St. Nicholas Without, a parish which held records of others of this family tree. The parishes of St. Catherine and St. Nicholas bordered on one another. SEE:

+Katherin UNNAMED

3-Ann JACKSON b. 1704, Dublin, c. St. Auden's Parish

3-Michael JACKSON b. 1708, Dublin, c. 8 Jul 1708, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-William JACKSON b. 1712, Dublin, c. 21 Dec 1712, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-Mary JACKSON b. 1714, Dublin, c. 16 Jan 1714, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-Catherine JACKSON b. 1717, c. 22 Aug 1717, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

2-Benjamin JACKSON

+Ann UNNAMED

3-Ann JACKSON b. 1715, Dublin, c. 22 Jun 1715, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

2-Michael JACKSON Clothier b. 1685, c. 7 Sep 1685, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin, d. After 1738, of Pimlico, Dublin, Co. Dublin

+Mary McCRACKEN b. of Carrickhill, Co. Dublin, m. 1713, par. McCRACKEN and PALMER.

NOTE: Mary McCRACKEN was a niece of Enoch PALMER.

3-William JACKSON b. 1714, Dublin, c. 20 May 1714, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-James JACKSON Tapeweaver b. 1715, c. 27 Jul 1715, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin, d. After 1744

+Martha UNNAMED

4-George JACKSON b. 28 Feb 1738

4-Michael JACKSON b. 28 Feb 1738

3-Elizabeth JACKSON b. 1717, Dublin, c. 6 Aug 1717, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin, d. After 1741 +John MATTHEWS Cordwainer d. After 1741

3-Ann JACKSON b. 1721, c. 29 May 1721, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-George JACKSON b. 1722, Dublin, c. 14 Jun 1721, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-Susanna JACKSON b. 1724

+BOWLES?

3-Benjamin JACKSON b. 1726, c. 26 Sep 1726, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin, d. Bef 1729

3-John JACKSON b. 1727, c. 24 Jun 1727, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin

3-Benjamin JACKSON b. 1729, c. 19 Aug 1729, St. Catherine's, CoI, Dublin, Co. Dublin  +Katherine m. 1716, Dublin, d. 1717

 

KNOWN ADDRESSES RELATING TO THIS FAMILY (red lines indicate known streets)

 

 Jackson Alley, Dublin environs

Streets Years Names Notes

Jackson’s Alley

1745 - 1775 Michael

Jackson’s Alley was only one block long, at the northern end of Pimlico, on the western side, leasing to the Tenter fields. Jackson’s Alley was in Parish of St. Catherine. It intersected the northern end of  Pimlico and was an extension of Cole Alley. SEE; 1798 Map of Dublin.

Marrowbone Lane

1723 - 1747

Michael

William

Thomas
Corke Str. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names. NOTE: Robert Street - where these JACKSONs held lands - tees into Marrowbone Lane where it turns from a westward to a southward direction in a right angle at the Tenter Fields.

Pimlico

1711

 Michael

NOTE: Jackson Alley is on the Northern end of Pimlico, and to the west of it. It was in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore City. The clothier. Michael JACKSON also had a son named Michael JACKSON. The 2nd Michael JACKSON was a next door neighbour of John BILLOP, whose widow became his 2nd wife.

Tripillo

1716 - 1775

Michael
John

Pimlico ended on its northerly end at Jackson Lane. The street then continued to the north-west as first Tripilo, and which after one block, as it bent towards the west, became Marrowbone Lane.

Upper Combe 1759 William It tees into Crooked Staff. What is curious is that this land is also closely tied into the JACKSONs of Crooked Staff who were tanners. I may have some confusion here - or else (and this is quite likely) the families were also related. It is also quite likely that their ancestors - or at least the ancestors of one of the lines - were Quakers.

 Mary's Lane etc Dublin

Boot Lane

1713 - 1774

Michael

Thomas

Richard

Mary

The land was part of the marriage agreement btw Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN, a niece of Enoch PALMER. It had been leased for the life of William PALMER, father of Enoch PALMER, and grandfather of Mary McCRACKEN. Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names. It is on the North side of the Liffey, and its northern part of the lane ended at Little Mary Lane, while the southern end of the lane ended at Pill Lane.

St Mary's Abby &

St. Mary’s Lane

1721 - 1774

Michael

William

Thomas

Richard

Land initially bequeathed by Enoch PALMER to Michael JACKSON and his wife Mary McCRACKEN, niece of Enoch PALMER. In 1747, William JACKSON granted lands here along with 4 houses on Jackson’s Alley.

Petticoat Lane

1747

 

A northerly continuation of Boot Lane at St. Mary’s Lane. The Irish Historic Towns Atlas says that the mid-Greens St. was named Petticoat Lane in the 1756 Roque Map. It may or may not be pertinent that Dorcas GREEN who married a Francis JACKSON is a likelyancestor of Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff. It also might have that name because there was a green space nearby.

 

 

DEEDS RELATING TO THIS FAMILY

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

Date

Notes

7

165

2032

JACKSON, Michael

1711 May 7

Lease dated 28 day April 1707 btw Joseph THOMAS of Mill Street in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore in Co Dublin Miller of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON of Thomas Court near the said City Cloathier of the other part THOMAS demised part of a holding demised by the Hon  Edward Late Earl of Meath… situate in an alley on the West side of Plimlicoe leading to the Tenter Fields of the said Joseph in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore mearing and bounding on the East to the holding of John BILLOP in the south to the holding of John BUCKLEY, on the west to the Tenter fields of the said Joseph Thomas and to the north of the Alley aforesaid 34 foot in front to the said Alley and 38 feet deep or thereabouts be it more or less with all the Walls inclosing the said ground… lives of George BOWLES of Ballycrean son of John BOWLES of the same farmer, Samuel WATSON son of  John WATSON in Co Carlow and George ROOKE jr son of George ROOKE of Meath Street WITNESS: John BILLOP merchant of Dublin; Bartholomew RIVERS of same, merchant & Josiah BILLOP merchant. NOTE: Jackson Alley is on the Northern end of Pimlico, and to the west of it.

9

447

4184

JACKSON

1713 Aug 18

PALMER-JACKSON

Btw. Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin Founder of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON of same City Clothier of the other pt. In consid of Marriage between the said Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN niece to said ENOCH … 5 shillings…Tenement with appurtenances demised to Francis GREDELL on east side of Boot Lane Dublin for 91 years from May 1 1703 at 8 pounds per annum during life of William PALMER father of said Enoch and one peppercorn. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

10

467

4183

JACKSON, Michael

1713 Aug 14

JACKSON-PALMER Book Index 1708-1729

Indenture relating to the marriage of Michael JACKSON of the City of Dublin clothier of the first part. Enoch PALMER of the said city Founder of the second part & Mary McCRACKEN of Carrickhill in County of Dublin spinster niece to the said Enoch of the third part. Whereby the said Michael in Consideration of a marriage intended to be had between him and the said Mary and of a marriage portion he is to receive with her doth Grant Bargain and Sell unto the said Enoch that new house with the Garden Backside and appurtenances wherein the said Michael now lives situate in St. Thomas Court in a lane leading from Pimlicoe to the Tenterfields … SEE: JACKSONs of St. Catherine Parish BMDs.

11

136

4185

JACKSON

1713 Aug 18

 See ROD 9-447- 4184 for similar info

Btw. Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin Founder of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON of same City Clothier of the other pt. In consid of Marriage between the said Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN niece to said ENOCH … 5 shillings…Tenement with appurtenances demised to Francis GREDELL on east side of Boot Lane Dublin for 91 years from May 1 1703 at 8 pounds per annum during life of William PALMER father of said Enoch and one peppercorn.

… assigns that new brick house with the appurtenances demised to Brigadier Fairfax situate on the west side of Boot Lane Oxmantown Dublin… term of 91 years. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

13

105

5341

JACKSON, Michael

1714 Jul 30

John BILLOP’s Will

John BILLOP of Pimlico in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore City of Dublin Merch will dated June 12 1713, wife Katherine BILLOP... 25 pounds for her natural life... son Josiah BILLOP Witness: Michael JACKSON Weaver Dublin City  NOTE: Michael JACKSON subsequently married the widow.

14

186

6033

JACKSON, Adam

1714 Feb 25

JACKSON-SCOTT 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver of one part & Nicholas SCOTT, City of Dublin, victualler … lives of George BOWLES of Ballycrean son of John BOWLES of the same, farmer,  Samuel WATSON son of  John WATTSON Co Carlow, &George ROOKE jr son of George ROOKE of Meath, baker. WITNESSES: Moses CHEATHAM, William SUMNER clk to Thomas COOKE Publick Notary in sd City. [ see deed 23-5-12243 for more details on land:

1718 Nov 19 Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver. & John BONYNGE of Cabaragh of said Co. Esq. Rect. Joseph BILLOP, late of the City of Dublin merchant dec’d  by his lease 1713 Sept 23  demised all that piece of ground lying in alley on the west side of Pimlico aforesaid leading to the tenter fields of Joseph Thomas bounded on the east with backsides  of two houses belonging to the said John Thomas, on the south to the holding of John Buckley on the west to the holding of Michael JACKSON... NOTE: Michael JACKSON marriage to BILLOP. Also see: ROD: 7-165-2032 for same lives mentioned.

15

376

7821

JACKSON, Michael

1716 Jul 24

Katherine Billop Widow Dublin 1717 Michael JACKSON clothier Pimlico – thanks to a Linde Lunney find.

Btw Katherine BILLOP of City of Dublin Widow & relict of John BILLOP her late husband and sole executrix and devisee of Josiah BILLOP her deceased son of the 1 pt; and Michael JACKSON of the same, clothier all that piece or parcel of land situate on the west side of Pimlico bounding on the east to the watercourse running by Pimlico on the west partly to the late holding of the widow EASTWOOD and partly to the Tenter fields now or lately belonging to Joseph THOMAS of Mill Street Miller on the North to the Watercourse of Trippiloe and on the south to a new lane leading from Pimlico to the  the said Tenter Fields with equal benefit of the said lane, also that piece or parcel of ground situate in an Alley on the West side of Pimlico leading to the Tenter fields of the same Joseph THOMAS on the south to the holding of  on the West to the holding of the said Michael JACKSON and on the North to the alley aforesaid 34 feet in front to the said Alley and 38 feet deep or thereabouts be it more or less with  all the walls enclosing the said ground and all buildings and improvements erected.. to hold to Michael JACKSON for the lives of George BOWLES, Samuel WATSON  George BROOKE jr named in certain indentures Also see: ROD: 7-165-2032 for same lives mentioned.

16

403

7822

JACKSON, Michael

1716 Jul 19&20

JACKSON-BILLOP NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Marriage between Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, Clothier of 1st part & Katherine BILLOP of same city the widow & relict of John BILLOP her late deceased husband & sole executrix of Josiah BILLOP her deceased son. Michael JACKSON to Katherine BILLOP land on the west side of Pimlicoe bounding on the east to the Watercourse running by Pimlicoe on the west to the [?]ale holding of the widow EASTWOOD & partly to the Tenter Fields lately belonging to Joseph THOMAS of Mill street, Miller on the North (more description). WITNESS: Patricia WARREN & Bartholomew RIVERS, City of Dublin Merchants & William SUMNER Clerk to Thomas COOKE, Dublin Notary Public.

18

186

8809

JACKSON, Joseph

1716 Mar 11

Richard RUCKMAN to Joseph JACKSON, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphins barn Lane Dublin, of corner house on Cork street next to Magpye House [aka Magpie House], Ropers Rest house, Lime Kill House and pipe makers wall from 29 Sep last past during lives of Henry PERCY, Esq. , Robert PERCY, brother to Henry & John WARD, Brewer & survivors at ster p.a. renewable on payment of 20s fine. Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

18

193

8822

JACKSON, Joseph

1716 Mar 15

JACKSON-TAGG [or SAGG] NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Between Joseph JACKSON of Cork St. & Dolphins Barn Lane, Co. Dublin, weaver of 1st part & John TAGG of Meath St. In Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore in said Co. Weaver ... description including Magpie House, Ropers Rest House Limekill House ... term 500 years at a peppercorn & annual rent. WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSTON Clerk to Edward DALTON, notary.

18

193

8822

JACKSON, Joseph

1713 Mar 15

for £10 in mtg Joseph JACKSON, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, to John TAGG, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, of corner house in Cork st als Dolphins Barn Lane over against "Magpye house" leading to Ropers Rest House on west side of sd lane, together with backside and little house in backside "Limekilnhouse", even with Limekill house on east, adjoining Pipemakers wall on west, for 500 yrs at 1 peppercorn, subject to repayment of £10 + int. [Marginal note: Mtg satis 15 March 1717 No 220] Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

19

313

10250

JACKSON, Michael

1717 Mar 29

The will of Catherine BILLOP, city of Dublin, widow. Executors Richard HANNA, Dublin, butcher, Michael JACKSON, Patrick WARRREN, Patrick WARREN, Tenant in High St., Dublin. Rev. Joseph BOYCE’s son. William and James sons of Michael JACKSON, Clothier. A legacy to her old servant Rebecca LAMBERT without the intermingling of her husband. Witnesses: Roger PARKER, gent, Samuel COOPER, Shoemaker, and John SMITH, public notary, all of Dublin. Memorial witnessed by: John SMITH, Luke WALL. Patrick WARREN seal. Michael JACKSON seal. NOTE: After the death of husband John BILLOP, Catherine married Michael JACKSON.

21

42

10720

JACKSON, Joseph

McCULLAGH, William

1717 Mar 15

Joseph JACKSON to McCULLAGH Book Index 1708-1729

Lease between Richard RUCKMAN of Cork Street at Dolphins Barn Lane – Co. Dublin and Joseph JACKSON (same address) weaver. House signed over to  JACKSON. William McCULLAGH of Dublin, Merchant of “Magpie House”? “All that the Corner House in Cork Street over against the house called the Magpie House [aka Magpye] leading from the Street to Ropers Rest Home on the North Side the said lane with the Backside behind the said house and the little house in the Backside called the Limekilnhouse … lives of Henry PERCY, Robert PERCY & John[WOOD?]” WITNESSES: Benjamin JOHNSTON & Charles MEARES clerks to Edward DALTON Public Notary in Dublin.

23

5

12243

 

JACKSON, Adam

1718 Oct 10

JACKSON-BONYNG Book Index 1708-1729

1718 Nov 19 Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver. & John BONYNGE of Cabaragh of said Co. Esq. Rect. Joseph BILLOP, late of the City of Dublin merchant dec’d  by his lease 1713 Sept 23  demised all that piece of ground lying in alley on the west side of Pimlico aforesaid leading to the tenter fields of Joseph Thomas bounded on the east with backsides  of two houses belonging to the said John Thomas, on the south to the holding of John Buckley on the west to the holding of Michael JACKSON... NOTE: earlier Michael JACKSON marriage to BILLOP

26

422

1592

15954

JACKSON, Adam

1719 Feb 29

JACKSON-PILKINGTON Book Index 1708-1729

Adam JACKSON of Mount Down in the Parish of Tallow and Co. of Dublin, clothier of the one part & Thomas PILKINGTON of Dolphins Barn, Co. Dublin, Miller, lease of tuck mill or Fulling [Tulling?] Mill on the lands of Mountdown in the possession of said Adam JACKSON with the Dam and Banks thereof... with 4 ft of ground on each side of the stream that runs on the south side of the banks ...term of 36 years from March 26th

Additional parts thanks to Michael Stewart:

Adam JACKSON of Mount Down in the Parish of Tallow and Co. Of Dublin, clothier to Thomas PILKINGTON Miller of Dolphins Barn, Dublin of tuck or fulling mill on Mountdown, then in poss of Adam JACKSON, with dam, banks + 4ft on both sides of stream + cabbin & piece of ground + use of road & grazing of 1 horse for 36 yrs form 25 Mar next at £28; As mill is to be demolished under Act of Parliament for cleansing & repairing the watercourse from River Dodeer [aka River Dodder] to Dublin, Adam JACKSON to make a corn mill in replacement + within 2 yrs a 2nd mill. NOTE: Mountdown or Mount Down, Parish of Tallow is in the townland of Templeogue, Parish Tallaght, Co. Dublin. It is just north of the River Poddle, and abt 8 km. south west of central Dublin. There were mills there.

27

111

15779

JACKSON, Adam

1720 May 6

JACKSON-HUME Book Index 1708-1729

Between Adam JACKSON of Pimlico in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin, clothier of the one part & Gideon HUME City of Dublin Gent of the other. Reciting lease Aug 6, 1718  by Peter SHARPE jr. of Templeoge, Co. Dublin, farmer to the said Adam JACKSON all that part of the Lands of Templeoge formerly in the possession of Richard SCOTT incl abt 20 acres... between the water course and the great ditch. NOTE: Templeogue, Parish Tallaght, Co. Dublin. It is just north of the River Poddle, and abt 8 km. south west of central Dublin. There were mills there.

29

68

16038

JACKSON, Michael

1720 June 23

JACKSON-DUNLOP Book Index 1708-1738

Btw Michael JACKSON City of Dublin Clothier & Thomas DUNLOP of same City Gent. House on west side of Pimlicoe in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin

32

240

19510

JACKSON, Adam

1718 Aug 6

JACKSON-LEESON Book Index 1708-1729

Btw Peter Sharp jr of Templogue, Co of Dublin, FARMER & Adam JACKSON of Pimlico in the Liberty of Thomas & Donore, City of Dublin  clothier  .... lands of Templogue that Adam JACKSON had demised to Hugh LEESON of City of Dublin, abt 20 acres.

32

347

19927

JACKSON, Mary

OATES

1721 Jan 21

Will of Enoch PALMER, City of Dublin, Founder.

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills mention of Samuel OATS. Enoch PALMER. Mary JACKSON, wife of Michael JACKSON & niece of Enoch PALMER 4 children Transcribed thanks to Dawn Lowe

NAMES: Enoch PALMER of Dublin; Sarah BOYTON; Mary JACKSON; Elizabeth MAKINGS; Enoch MAKINGS; Josia(s) JONES; Mt [Mr?] ARMSTRONG; William PALMER; Michael JACKSON; Mr. MEREDITH; Samuel PALMER; Ambrose BRUFF [BRUSS?]; Peter CILLARD; Michael BOYTON; James CLARK; Samuel OATES; John SMITH; Alexander McPHERSON; William PARRY. PLACES: St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin & Mary’s Lane.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1721Jan2Will-EnochPALMER.html

32

466

20481

JACKSON, Michael

1722 Apr 21

BOYTON-JACKSON Boot Lane

Michael BOYTON Feltmaker & Michael JACKSON Clothier demised coach house house & stable in Oxmantown then in possession of Mrs. MARTIN  … see other related deeds. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

33

238

20190

JACKSON, Michael

1721 Feb 27

JACKSON-SWAN Book Index 1708-1738

Michael JACKSON clothier Dublin, exor of Enoch PALMER indented lease house in Brooke [Rooke? Or Boot Lane – I suspect the latter] Lane Dublin nickred

Enoch PALMER paying £480 and Michael JACKSON, a clothier & executor of Enoch PALMER making over annuity of £60 chargeable on properties in Cos Lowth, Meath, Westmeath & Dublin, including Rathmullen, Sheepgrange, Donore, various impropriate tythes, etc. Annuity for life of Enoch PALMER. Sworn 23 Dec 1721

34

463

22376

JACKSON

1722 Jan 10

piece of ground on Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, bound on east by other grounds to Jacob POOLE by Thomas WESTON; on north by garden of George CULLEN, from 29 Sept then last, for life of [Widow] SMITH; Hannah SMITH, daughter of widow SMITH; Michael SMITH, son of widow SMITH at £2 ster yrly rent, forever, £2 fine on fall of every life. Joseph JACKSON of Cork Street, Liberty of Donor, Dublin is the second party along with Jacob POOLE. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON; WITNESS: William BARRY.

Thanks to Mike Stewart.

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10

20480

JACKSON, Michael & wife

1722 Apr 18

JACKSON-BOYTON Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore Co Dublin, Clothier & Mary JACKSON als MEEKING [MEEKINGS or MECKINGS?] his wife of the 1st part; Michael BOYTON of the City of Dublin Feltmaker of the other. leased house late in the possession of Enoch PALMER late of the City Founder, dec’d and then in possession of Samuel SWAN Tallow Chandler... incl malthouse situate in Boot lane Oxmantown, Dublin

The following is added thanks to Michael Stewart:

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore Co Dublin, Clothier  & Mary JACKSON als MEEKING [or MECKIN?] his wife to Michael BOYTON of the City of Dublin Feltmaker [or Slatmaker?] of one undivided 3rd pt of house late in poss. of Enoch PALMER late of the City Founder, dec’d now in poss. of Samuel SWAN Tallow Chandler with backside, garden formerly in poss of Francis GEOGHEGAN, then in poss. of CHAMBERS + malt house maltroom & backrooms with piece of ground being pt of Eunoch PALMER's garden, situate behind house built by Enoch PALMER & in poss of Richard FERRAL + Stable & coach house in poss of Mr. MARTIN, all in Boot Lane in Oxmantown, Dublin, subj to £30 being 2/3 rent & subj to £12 or 2/3 rent to J during his life. NOTE: Other deeds have Mary McCRACKEN as a wife to Michael JACKSON. Did she marry more than once? NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

37

16

21244

JACKSON, Michael

1722 Jul 4

WINREY-JACKSON

John WHINREY, Stone Cutter of Dublin City to Michael JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City of piece of ground in possession of Michael JACKSON 13 feet in breadth on back of Abby street lying contiguous to ground of John WHINREY, from 25 Mar then last past, for 51 and a half yrs at 7 shillings 6 pence yrly rent. William PARRY, Registrar. WITNESSES: John BRIGGS, Stonecutter of Dublin City & John SMITH, Public Notary of Dublin City. Alexander McPHERSON, clerk to John SMITH. NOTE: This is a year after the death of Enoch PALMER

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

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189

22377

JACKSON, Joseph

1722 Jan 11

JACKSON-GILL Book Index 1708-1729

Joseph JACKSON, Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, Dublin, weaver

NAMES: Joseph JACKSON; Joseph GILL; Mr. POWER; Thomas WESTON; Jacob POOLE; George CULLIN; Rebecca SMITH; Michael SMITH; Michael SMITH jr.; Hannah SMITH; Joseph ROSE; William BARRY; Bruen WORTHINGTON. PLACES: Cork St, & Earl St. both in the Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1722Jan11JACKSON.html

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53

23984

JACKSON, Michael

1723 Jul 31

Jacob POOL, Clothier of Dublin City, Grantor to Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Dublin City of parcel of ground on north side of Mill Race or water course in Marrowlane in Liberty of Thomas Court, Co & city of Dublin, bound on north by land to be called Roberts Street, on east by land let by Isaac ROBERTS to Jacob POOL, with privileges as granted Jacob POOL by Isaac ROBERTS, for ever, from 24 June last for lives of Isaac, Mary & Lydia ROBERTS at £7 12s with £3 16s. fine on renewal. NOTE: This is likely Marrowbone Lane.  Thanks to Mike Stewart.

40

85

24387

JACKSON, Joseph

1723 Oct 3

JACKSON-SIDEBOTHOM Book Index 1708-1729

Joseph JACKSON, Cork St., Liberty of Donore, Dublin, weaver

Land from Cork Street leading to Dolphins Barn

NAMES: Joseph JACKSON; Joseph SIDEBOTHOM; Mr. POWER; Thomas WESTON; Jacob POOLE; George CULLIN; Rebecca SMITH; Michael SMITH; Michael SMITH jr.; Hannah SMITH; Matthew PAGEITT; Patrick HAMILTON; Edward DALTON; William PARRY. PLACES: Cork St, in the Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1723Oct3JACKSON.html

41

472

26929

JACKSON, Michael

1724 Sept 12

JACKSON-THOMAS Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Dublin Clothier to Josua THOMAS City of Dublin Clothier  “All that new House or tenement with the large backside behind the same situate on the north side of the Mill Race or watercourse in Marrowbone Lane in the Liberty of Thomas Court Co. Dublin.

43

75

27425

JACKSON

1724 Nov 17

An unnamed JACKSON lived at Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore on lands owned by William MASON, merchant of Dublin.

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67

29546

JACKSON, Michael

1725 Aug 11

JACKSON-ROBINSON Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore and Co of Dublin did demise to Abraham ROBINSON of Marrowbone Lane in the Liberty aforesaid, linen weaver all that Large Corner House & tenement being in Marrowbone lane aforesaid with the backsides behind of same containing in breadth in the rear 20’ … and in depth and in depth from front to rear 123’ mearing and bounding as follows: on the west to Roberts St, on the East to Jonathon Carr’s holding, on the south to the mill race, and on the north to a Piece of  ground now in possession of Mr. Joshua THOMAS with the appurtenances for the term of 99 years from the 29th day of September next  yearly rent of £13 WITNESSED Wm. DEVALL and William JACKSON son of Michael JACKSON.

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JACKSON,

Michael

1730 Apr 4

WRIGHTSON Book Index 1730-45

BTW Michael JACKSON Clothier of City of Dublin  & Edward WRIGHTSON of same City Carpenter… property on Boot Lane in Parish of Michan in the suburbs of City of Dublin for 41 years….. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

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121

45529

JACKSON,

Michael

1730 Mar 31

GAMBLE Book Index 1730-45

Michael JACKSON of Plimlicoe Clothier demised to Thomas GAMBLE of Cork St Co Dublin, Linnen Weaver land on the north side of Mill race in Marrow Lane in Liberty of Thomas Court and County of said city of Dublin south to the Mill race fronting Marrowbone Lane and the other fronting Tenter Lane for lives of Isaac ROBERTS son of Roger ROBERTS of Thomas Court and Donore farmer Mary ROBERTS granddaughter  Roger ROBERTS & Lydie ROBERTS 2nd daughter of the said Isaac ROBERTS….

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56858

JACKSON,

Michael

1735 Oct 16

CUSACK Book Index 1730-45

Btw Michael JACKSON of Pimlico, Co Dublin Clothier of the 1 pt & Edward CUSACK of City of Dublin Gent of the other. In consid of 25 pounds sterling JACKSON sold to CUSACK for a yearly fee farm rent of 14 pounds sterling house or tenement formerly known by the sign Hen & Chickens and now by the sign of Three Kings situate on the south side of High Street, City of Dublin. WITNESSES: James CONCANNEN Merchant & John CARTER notary public.

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60685

JACKSON,

Michael

1736 Mar 12

JACKSON - LUTRIDGE Book Index 1730-45

Lease and release between Michael JACKSON of Plimlicoe, City of Dublin, Clothier of the 1 pt & Thomas LUDWIDGE of Whitehave, Great Britain, merchant of the other part… house and tenement known by the sign of the Hen and the Chickens in High Street, City of Dublin.  With the backside house of ease and appurtenances  to hold unto Thomas LUTWIDGE… yearly lease of 14 pounds  WITNESS: James CONCANEN; of City of Dublin, Merchant.  & James CONCANEN jr.  of same city son of James CONCANEN merchant.

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64066

JACKSON,

Michael

1738 Jul 3

BOND Book Index 1730-45

Lease – Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, Clothier for 20 pounds sterling pd by Edward BOND of Bonderill, Co. Armagh demised Coach house & stable in Bootlane in Oxmantown, City of Dublin... for 52 years. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

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64065

JACKSON,

Michael

1738 Jul 3

JACKSON-BOND Book Index 1730-45

Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin clothier for 130 pounds pd by Edward BOND of Bondville, Co. Armagh Esq  made over tenement situate at Boot Lane, Dublin... term of 91 years. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

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68135

JACKSON, William

1737 Oct 8

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

Deed dated Aug 14, 1713 from Enoch PALMER to Michael JACKSON of all that new brick house Messuage or tenement then lately built by the said Enoch PALMER situated on the West side of Boot Lane in the said city [Dublin]... term 99 years assignment to Michael JACKSON of the City of Dublin, Gent in consideration of 10 pounds sterling did assign and make over to James JACKSON of the said city Tapeweaver the aforesaid premises.. witnessed by Elizabeth MATTHEWs wife of John MATTHEWS of the City of Dublin Cordwainer [Susan ?] BOWLES, of the City of Dublin spinster. Memorial is witnessed by said John MATTHEWS; John DEVALL of the City of Dublin, Gent. Will JACKSON [SEAL] signed Feb 14 1739. NOTE: There is a good chance that this is James JACKSON (1715-?) son of Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN. Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

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70983

JACKSON, Adam & Christopher & ors

1741 Mar 31

JACKSON-DeLANDRE Book Index 1730-45

Assignment from Thomas KENNAN of Diswelstown, Co Dublin Gent to Adam and Christopher JACKSON of Lackwood als Castagobb, Co Dublin, clothiers all that part of the land of Astagobb commonly called Guns Island and also all that part of the land of Lackwood als Castagobb aforesaid with the two tuck of fulling mills with the four stocks and four houses there namely the dwelling house Corning House Stove and Composition House and also all that part of Diswelstown aforesaid commonly called the Mill Island ... make over to Barthomew DELANDRE of the City of Dublin Gent for tem of 25 years....

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JACKSON, Elizabeth & ors

1741 Dec 23

MATTHEWS & wife-GIBTON

John MATTHEWS of City of Dublin Cordwainer & Elizabeth MATTHEWS otherwise JACKSON his wife... did sign to Nicholas GIBTON of the same City Currier all that brick house & tenement built by Enoch PALMER Founder and situate of the west side of Boote Lane [Boot Lane] in said City... NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names. 

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531

75264

JACKSON, Ann & Elizabeth & William

1742 June 3

JACKSON-JACKSON Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-1745

Anne JACKSON of City of Dublin spinster made over to William JACKSON of same City merchant ... dwelling house & tenement on West side of Boot lane Dublin late in possession of Gen FAIRFAX & also memorial of assignment 20 Nov 1745 whereby said William JACKSON did make over to his father Michael JACKSON. WITNESSS: Susan BOWLES, City of Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL of Dublin, Gent. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

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75265

JACKSON, Elizabeth

1742 Oct 9

MATTHEWS-JACKSON Notes in 2009 diary

Between Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin of one part & Michael JACKSON of same city clothier of the other part for house lately built by Enoch PALMER on West side of Boot lane, Dublin ... 91 year lease yearly rent 40s ... by which assignment John MATTHEWS of City of Dublin [?] & Elizabeth MATHEWS otherwise JACKSON his wife did make over their title to said Michael JACKSON [NOTE: Elizabeth MATTHEWS was the daughter of Michael JACKSON] WITNESS: Susannah BOWLES City of Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL of Dublin, Gent & John MATHEWS. NOTE: Boot La. (The N. part of what is now Arran Str. E.) 1697. From an inn, with the sign of the Boot. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.

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75266

JACKSON, Michael

1742 Nov 20

JACKSON-GIBSON Notes in 2009 diary

Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, clothier to Nicholas GIBSON [much detail echoes two earlier deeds] WITNESS: Mary DALTON of Cabbragh Lane, Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL, City of Dublin, Gent.

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JACKSON, William

1743 Dec 1

JACKSON-RORKE Book Index 1730-45

Between William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Patrick RORKE of same City Clothier of other part in consid of rents, JACKSON demised to RORKE house or tenement situate on the West side of Pimlicoe with the backside behind the same and Dye House in said backside and being on the Court and Liberty of the Court and Donore and County of the City of Dublin  bounded on the last to the Kings pavement on the West to Mr. Martin holding on the north to Mr Harvey holding on the south to Mr Dunlops holding.... term of thirty one years... said lease is witnessed by Michael JACKSON of Pinlicoe afiresaid Gent and Francis Nugent of Rasevaugh County of Westmeath.

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JACKSON, William

1743 Oct 3

JACKSON-THURGOOD Book Index 1730-45

Wm JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent for 100 pounds made over to [Startup] THURGOOOD of same city Upholder land in Abbey St in City of Dublin... and also piece of land  late in possession of Michael JACKSON father of William at the back of Abbey ST. Demised to the sd William JACKSON by Michael JACKSON ... NOTE: Michael JACKSON had inherited Abbey St land from Enoch PALMER in 1721.

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JACKSON, James & William

1744 Dec 7

JACKSON-BARCOFT Book Index 1730-45

Deed – James JACKSON of City of Dublin Tapewinder [could this be tydewaiter or tidewaiter?] for 30 pounds conveyed to his brother William JACKSON of the same City Gent... holdings on or near Pimlico  in the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin.. annuity was devised by Michael JACKSON father of James late of the City of Dublin, Clothier bearing date 1740. NOTE: This is James JACKSON (1715-?) son of Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN.

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JACKSON, William

1745 Jul 31

ROBINSON Book Index 1730-45

Indenture of a lease btw William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent eldest son and heir of Michael JACKSON late of said City Clothier deceased and devisee of the last will and Testament of the said Michael JACKSON of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Earl St in the Liberty of St. Thomas Court & Donore & County & City of Dublin Tape weaver of the other part… JACKSON let to ROBINSON the messuage or tenement late in the possession of John COGHLAN on the north side of Tapilloin in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore with the backside behind the said house which said premes are meared and bounded as follows: on the East to the holding of Francis BYRNES; on the west to Michael KINDLEY’s holding; on the north to Tripillo aforesaid & on the south to JACKSON’s alley together with all rights ways easements… WITNESSES: John BLAND John SMYTH & Arthur CRAWFORD all of the City of Dublin. Memorial witness John SMYTHE & James KIDD.

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JACKSON, William

1747 May

John ESPINASSE, Sheriff of Dublin city; Esq. +Andrew MURRAY Sheriff of Dublin city; Esq. to Albert NESBITT, Rev. Clerk Dublin City, grantor  [William JACKSON, grantee]  of 4 houses in JACKSON's Alley, Lib of Thomas Court Dublin city in possess'n of Joseph BROWNE, Widow DUNLAP, Henry HEPHENSON, Patrick ROURKE, John CORMISH, John MARTIN, George ROBINSON, Widow KINLY, + 4 houses in Marrowbone Lane in same place on possess'n of Abraham ROBINSON & Thomas GAMBLE + 1 house on St Mary's Abby in Dublin city in possess'n of Henry MEREDYTH Esq. + 2 houses in Petticoat lane in Dublin city in possess'n of Walter RUSSELL and William HERON. Registrar: James SAUNDERS. Witnesses: John BYRNE, Gent of Dublin City & Charles MEARES, Notary Public of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

NOTE: JACKSON’s Alley was in Parish of St. Catherine. It intersected the northern end of  Pimlico and was an extension of Cole Alley. SEE: http://dublin1798.com/dublin15.htm

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JACKSON, William and Michael

1748 Apr 28

William JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City, for consids assigned William REED, Gent of Dublin City, plot of ground in Abbey St in lib of Dublin city (24x82 ft] next to house built by John WHINERY late in possess'n of Samuel BAKER and of ground of Christopher TAYLOR + piece of ground back of Abby street formerly in possess'n of Michael JACKSON from 25 March last past for remainder of terms of 75 & 51 one half yrs, freed of mortgages recited. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: John BYRNE, Gent of Dublin City and Charles MEARES, Notary Public of Dublin City. NOTE: Michael JACKSON may have inherited Abbey St land from Enoch PALMER in 1721.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart

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JACKSON, William

1749 Mar 6

Walter JONES – JACKSON

William JONES of Dolphins Barn, Co Dublin, Ale draper & William JACKSON of the same place grocer. Land to JACKSON bounded on the east by James ANDERSONs holding, on the west and north to Christopher KERNANNs holding  and on the South by Kings Rd. for 99 years for rent of 4 pounds.

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 129535  JACKSON, Thomas 1758 Sep 6  ROCHFORT-BARRE Book Index 1758-1768 Btw George ROCHFORD & Theobald WOLFE of City of Dublin Esq. & Robert CLIBBORN of City of Dublin Merchant assignees appointed by act of parliament for the relief of creditors of the bank lately kept by John WILCOCKS & John DAWSON and so forth and Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane in Co & City of Dublin, Linen weaver of 1st pt... ground fronting Robert Street in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore... John DAWSON oldest son of Benjamin DAWSON ...complex...NOTE: Robert Street tees into Marrowbone Lane where it turns from a westward to a southward direction in a right angle at the Tenter Fields.
200 347 133444 JACKSON, William 1759 Sep 9

POOLE-JACKSON
Jacob POOLE, Brewer of Blackpitts, Dublin of 1st part to William JACKSON, Clothier of Upper Comb in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore Dublin Dwelling House Out Houses Backside Back House Garden Crane Loft wherein Jacob POOLE formerly dwelt & lately in occupation of William WHITLING, on s. side of said Upper Comb st. with liberty of sewer running in premises from other holdings of Jacob POOLE and of Jacob POOLE's rights of adjoining  properties unto Jacob POOLE, from 29 inst Sept, 41 years, £34 ster. WITNESSES: Joseph DOYLE, Carpenter of Cole Alley, Dublin; Arthur SHEPHEARD, Public Notary of Dublin City; Michael CARROLL, Joyner of Dublin City. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

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JACKSON, John

 

ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John JACKSON demised to George ROBINSON (see other lease re: Pimlico lands – same descry]

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201176

JACKSON, Thomas

1774 Jul 1

JOHNSTON Book Index 1768-1776

Lease btw Thomas JACKSON of Mary’s Alley in City of Dublin Taylor of one pt & Richard JACKSON of Capel Street in sd City Brushmaker of the other…demised stables in back of Thomas JACKSONs House in Mary’s Abbey cont in front to Bootlane 18 ft from front to rere 18 ft in Parish of St Mary’s Abbey City of Dublin

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220706

JACKSON, John

1779 Aug 4

ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Tripilo of the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore of the other pt.  … house on west side of Pimlicoe … lives of John JACKSON & Michael JACKSON son of John JACKSON. [description of land]

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205928

JACKSON, John

1775 Oct 12

ROBINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Deed made by John JACKSON of Beggars Bridge Co Westmeath gent of the one part; George ROBINSON of [Tripilo?] in the liberty of Thomas Court and Donore gent of the other part… JACKSON granted to ROBINSON parcel of round situate in Jackson’s Alley in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore bounded on the East to the backsides of two houses which belonged to Joshua THOMAS deceased and on the south to the holding of John BUCKLEY deceased; on the west to the holding of Michael JACKSON deceased and on the north to Jackson Alley afsd containing in front 35 feet and in depth 38 feet or thereabouts with all the wall houses  Buildings and Appurtenances to George ROBINSON for the lives of King George III, John JACKSON party to the deed, and  & Michael JACKSON his son… renewal fine of five shillings or one sugar loaf in lieu thereof on the fall of each life WITNESS: Samuel JUSTIN of Tripilo in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore and John CONROY of the City of Dublin, gent;

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210667

JACKSON, John

1777 Jan 1

LYNEALL-JACKSON-ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Lands in possession of John JACKSON in Liberty of Court of Thomas & Donore, City of Dublin... indenture of lease to Michael JACKSON... George ROBINSON of City of Dublin. NOTE: He may be the Michael JACKSON 1740-1803 of Graigue, Queens Co.

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173413

JACKSON, Thomas

1768 Dec 10

ROBINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Lease whereby William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent demised to George ROBINSON of said City weaver two houses late in the occupation of Mr. Patrick RORKE and his undertenants situate on the East side of Pimlico in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore City of Dublin to hold from 24 June then last for 99 years at the yearly rent of 12 pounds sterling. Witnessed by Mary JACKSON wife of said William JACKSON.

315

257

210670

JACKSON, John

 

ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John JACKSON demised to George ROBINSON (see other lease re: Pimlico lands – same descry]

303

299

201176

JACKSON, Thomas

1774 Jul 1

JOHNSTON Book Index 1768-1776

Lease btw Thomas JACKSON of Mary’s Alley in City of Dublin Taylor of one pt & Richard JACKSON of Capel Street in sd City Brushmaker of the other…demised stables in back of Thomas JACKSONs House in Mary’s Abbey cont in front to Bootlane 18 ft from front to rere 18 ft in Parish of St Mary’s Abbey City of Dublin

325

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220706

JACKSON, John

1779 Aug 4

ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Tripilo of the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore of the other pt.  … house on west side of Pimlicoe … lives of John JACKSON & Michael JACKSON son of John JACKSON. [description of land]

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JACKSON, John

1775 Oct 12

ROBINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Deed made by John JACKSON of Beggars Bridge Co Westmeath gent of the one part; George ROBINSON of [Tripilo?] in the liberty of Thomas Court and Donore gent of the other part… JACKSON granted to ROBINSON parcel of round situate in Jackson’s Alley in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore bounded on the East to the backsides of two houses which belonged to Joshua Thomas deceased and on the south to the holding of John BUCKLEY deceased; on the west to the holding of Michael JACKSON deceased and on the north to Jackson Alley afsd containing in front 35 feet and in depth 38 feet or thereabouts with all the wall houses  Buildings and Appurtenances to George ROBINSON for the lives of King George III, John JACKSON party to the deed, and  & Michael JACKSON his son… renewal fine of five shillings or one sugar loaf in lieu thereof on the fall of each life WITNESS: Samuel JUSTIN of Tripilo in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore and John CONROY of the City of Dublin, gent;

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210667

JACKSON, John

1777 Jan 1

LYNEALL-JACKSON-ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Lands in possession of John JACKSON in Liberty of Court of Thomas & Donore, City of Dublin... indenture of lease to Michael JACKSON... George ROBINSON of City of Dublin. NOTE: He may be the Michael JACKSON 1740-1803 of Graigue, Queens Co.

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173413

JACKSON, Thomas

1768 Dec 10

ROBINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Lease whereby William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent demised to George ROBINSON of said City weaver two houses late in the occupation of Mr. Patrick RORKE and his undertenants situate on the East side of Pimlico in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore City of Dublin to hold from 24 June then last for 99 years at the yearly rent of 12 pounds sterling. Witnessed by Mary JACKSON wife of said William JACKSON.

 

 

 

 

 

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