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This is the second compilation I have done of JACKSONs in Co. Cavan, and when I can find the time, I will merge them. The other is at: Jacksons of Cavan.
Sharon Oddie Brown April 25, 2012

 

Jacksons in Co. Cavan (or related to the place) - 2012 Additions

NOTE: I sorted by earliest date related to item.

 

Date

 Notes & References

1641

1641 John JACKSON was seized in Carrickmacross & hung by the rebels.

http://www.archive.org/stream/irelandinsevente02hick/irelandinsevente02hick_djvu.txt

1780

From County Cavan to the Township of Cavan

http://scotfamtree.11.forumer.com/a/posts.php?topic=14225&start=0

Jackson, Henry emigrated from Remanagh, Ireland

Jackson, James (1780- ?) Emigrated from County Cavan, ~

1819 Jackson, John emigrated from County Cavan with parents (James Jackson)

1780

James Jackson, born Abt. 1780 in Belturbet, Cavan County, Ireland; died February 26, 1862 in Cartwright, Durham County, Ontario. He married 67. Jane Richmond.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/r/Roberta-L-Darnbrough/GENE2-0007.html

1781

From: <Joanne.Bradbury@sympatico.ca>
Subject: [IRL-CAVAN-L] JACKSON
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 11:32:22 -0400
I
am researching JACKSON from Cavan County. John JACKSON b. 1781. Sons
William b.1811 and George b. ? (other children unknown). William JACKSON
married Agnes Spinks b. 1824. Children: Hannah b. 1842 in Cavan County,
remaining children born in Canada - William, Martha, Eliza Jane, Mary Anne,
Agnes and John.
Looking for parish or town in Cavan for Hannah's place of birth or where
they immigrated from. Any help would be appreciated. I am leaving for
Ireland on Thursday and this is my last chance for information prior to
leaving.
Thank you.
Joanne

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/IRL-CAVAN/2001-05/0989767679

1804

Death of John Jackson, New York, America.; The Armagh Guardian, Friday, 22 September, 1854; CMSIED 103056 Aug. 30, at New York, John Jackson, a native

of Kingscourt, co. Cavan, Ireland, aged 50 [therefore born 1804].

http://ied.dippam.ac.uk/records/36372

1823

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/cavan/military/ric-cavan-1843.txt

#5428 Courtney JACKSON age 30 b. Cavan [therefore b. 1823] stationed at Sligo.

1826

Farnham Papers National Library of Ireland

http://www.nli.ie/pdfs/mss%20lists/farnham2.pdf

I.vi.2 Carmichael (county Cavan)

MS 41,131 /7 Condry: to John Jackson. 3 lives. 1826 Oct. 25. 1 membrane with

map.

I.vi.5 Farnham (county Cavan)

MS 41,135 /25 Eonish: to John Jackson. 3 lives. 1837 Mar. 14. 1 membrane with

map.

I.viii.6 Henry, 7 th Baron

MS 41,148 /5 Invitation to Henry, 7th Baron from the High Sheriff of county

Cavan to attend a dinner, 1852; letter from S J Jackson of Gildea &

Jackson to R M McClintock, 1855 and printed references for Mr.

William Griffin, Parish Clerk and School Master and Mrs. Griffin,

Teacher, 1864. 3 items.

 

21. F. 118 /24 Robert Jackson’s Holding in Drumbullion. By Richard Strong 1873.

Scale 20 perches to one inch.

21. F. 118 /25 Not re division of Robert Jackson’s farm in Drumbullion. By

William McCawley November 1880.

21. F. 118 /35 Survey of George Jackson’s Holding in Dunaweel by Richard

Stronge, 19 March 1888. [With] A Survey of George Jackson’s

farm in Dunaweel by Archibald Godley, 28 March 1888 (?).

[Without map].

21. F. 118 /35 Survey of George Jackson’s Holding in Dunaweel by Richard

Stronge, 19 March 1888. [With] A Survey of George Jackson’s

farm in Dunaweel by Archibald Godley, 28 March 1888 (?).

[Without map].

21. F.120 /14 Survey of Part of Eonish. By Richard Stronge May 1889. [With] A

survey of John Jackson’s farm in Eonish. By Richard Stronge 9

Apr. 1889. [Without maps].

MS 18,612 /27 Arthur John Preston, J D Jackson MP and Sir E L Hayes MP.

Nov. 1835- June 1836. 4 items.

See Report on Private Collections 494 A, for a list of some of these letters.

MS 18,618 Including petitions from employees and tenants, including several to

the agent T R Blackley. Also copy letters from Somerset Henry, 10

th Baron in reply to these letters. 1896-1899. 70 items.

Correspondents include: in 1896, John Corkedale; in A Shaw, Thomas Morrow, Samuel Wilson, William Morrow Thomas Magill, in 1898, T R Blackley, Archibald Godley, Storey, Rose Cahill, William Jackson, John Montgomery, Goddard, James Montgomery, Janie Godley, Catherine George McHugh, Bridget Reilly and John Byers and George Carroll, Archibald Godley, William Johnston, Clifford, R Storey, W Wilson and Thomas Morrow.

INDEX:

Jackson, George, 124

Jackson, J D, 144

Jackson, John, 47, 59, 133

Jackson, Robert, 123

Jackson, S J, 93

Jackson, William, 156

1829

MATILDA JACKSON; born 1839. age 58 yrs 1901 census. [wife of James HUGGINS]
1911 census; House 2, Drumhart. Matildia 73, married 50 yrs, 10 children born, 4 living.
Father; John JACKSON, farmer.
Died Apr/June 1914, age 75 yrs.

http://genforum.genealogy.com/huggins/messages/2315.html

1846

http://www.igp-web.com/igparchives/ire/wicklow/military/ric-wicklow-1846.txt

Richard JACKSON age 19 in 1846 [therefore b 1827], b Co. Wicklow served in Cork W.

1859

John Robert Jackson March 22, 1859 ref name who &ndash January 20, 1925 ref name death cite web url http search.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca sn 4E75D75 view Deaths find adv 2B 20callnumber 28 221925 09 357672 22 20 29 20AND 20microfilm 28b13127 29 20 2B 2B 2B 2B 1 title Vital Event Death Registration publisher BC Archives access date 2011 09 03 ref was an Ireland Irish born rancher and political figure in British Columbia . He represented Greenwood provincial electoral district Greenwood in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1909 to 1916 as a British Columbia Conservative Party Conservative . He was born in Drumheart, County Cavan , the son of William Jackson, and was educated in Corlisbratten. Jackson came to Ontario in 1871 and to British Columbia in 1885. In 1900, he married Agnes Barbour. ref name who cite book url http www.ebooksread.com authors eng c w parker northern whos who a biographical dictionary of men and women kra page 42 northern whos who a biographical dictionary of men and women kra.shtml page 382 title Northern who s who a biographical dictionary of men and women last Parker first C W volume Volume 1 year 1916 access date 2011 09 14 ref Jackson was defeated by John Duncan MacLean when he ran for reelection in 1916. ref name elections cite web url http www.elections.bc.ca docs rpt 1871 1986 Electoral History of BC.pdf title Electoral History of British Columbia, 1871 1986 publisher Elections BC access date 2011 07 27 ref He died in Merritt, British Columbia Merritt at the age of 65. ref name death References reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Jackson, John R ALTERNATIVE NAMES

SHORT DESCRIPTION Canadian politician

DATE OF BIRTH 1859 03 22

PLACE OF BIRTH [Drumheart, County Cavan]

DATE OF DEATH 1925 01 20 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULT SORT Jackson, John R Category 1859 births Category 1925 deaths Category British Columbia Conservative Party MLAs British Columbia politician stub ... 

http://www.tutorgig.info/John+Jackson_es.html

1862

Cavan Observer
Published in Cavan, county Cavan

April 5, 1862

UNLICENSED SPORTSMEN

John JACKSON, a caretaker in the employment of the Right Hon. Lord Farnham, K.P., appeared to prosecute William SHERIDAN and Patrick CARTY, two young men, for having, on Sunday, the 23rd of March, trespassed on the lands of Killykeen, with a dog and gun, and shot at waterfowl there. JACKSON stated that on the day named in the summons he saw the defendants with a boat, water spaniel, and gun on the Killykeen river having passed through the land. A short time afterwards he heard a shot, and went down to where the boat was. He asked defendants for their names, when CARTY put the oar of the boat against his breast. SHERIDAN stated that himself and CARTY were seeing a friend home; that as JACKSON did not prevent them passing through the land, they thought it no harm to fire at a baldcoot, and that they would not have done so had they known that they were committing an offence. The defendants received a high character, and JACKSON stated that he had no wish to press the charge of being in pursuit of game.....The Court informed defendants that they had left themselves liable to a fine of £10 for being unlawfully in pursuit of game, their offence being aggravated by the fact that it was committed on Sunday. However, taking the circumstances of the case into account, together with the good character given of them, the Court would only fine them in the costs, and fine CARTY 1s and costs, in addition, for the assault upon JACKSON.

http://www.irelandoldnews.com/Cavan/1862/APR.html

1864

INSOLVENT DEBTORS

http://www.irelandoldnews.com/Cavan/1864/OCT.html

Cavan Observer
Published in Cavan, county Cavan

October 1, 1864

John JACKSON, Ballinagh, publican and pensioner, was opposed by Mr. Samuel KNIPE, on behalf of Messrs. CINNAMON and DUNVILLE, merchants, Newry.

After some discussion, the case was adjourned until next Session.

 

1865

Dictionary of Irish Architects - CO. CAVAN, BAILIEBOROUGH, CHURCH (CI, BAILIEBOROUGH ALIAS MOYBOLOGUE PARISH)
Name WELLAND GILLESPIE Building CO CAVAN BAILIEBOROUGH CHURCH CI BAILIEBOROUGH ALIAS MOYBOLOGUE PARISH Date 1865 67 Nature Proposed robing room E window pulpit reading desk chancel rail 1865 Contractor John Jackson Proposed S transept with porch at SE corner 1866 Contractor James Scanlon Proposed new church 1867 Contractor Henry Sharpe Refs Signed drawings inscr with date of different contracts in RCB Library portfolio 20 Name COLEMAN J 2 Building CO

(2011-10-21)

Name: WELLAND & GILLESPIE Building: CO. CAVAN, BAILIEBOROUGH, CHURCH (CI, BAILIEBOROUGH ALIAS MOYBOLOGUE PARISH) Date: 1865-67 Nature: Proposed robing room, E window, pulpit, reading desk, chancel rail, 1865 (Contractor: John Jackson). Proposed S transept with porch at SE corner, 1866 (Contractor: James Scanlon). Proposed new church, 1867 (Contractor: Henry Sharpe) Refs: Signed drawings, inscr. with date of different contracts, in RCB Library, portfolio 20

1876

Cavan Weekly News
Published in Cavan, county Cavan

June 2, 1876

http://www.irelandoldnews.com/Cavan/1876/JUN.html

CAVAN PETTY SESSIONS. - Monday.
(Before P. SMITH and R. ERSKINE, Esqrs.)

Robert JACKSON summoned Wm. BELL for taking forcible possession of a plot of bog.

2011

The death has occurred of John JACKSON of Cornaleck, Belturbet, Cavan

Peacefully, at Cavan General Hospital. Very sadly missed by all the family circle and his many friends.
Resting at the Omega Private Nursing Home Belturbet tomorrow, Wednesday afternoon, from 1pm until removal at 2.30pm, arriving for Funeral Service in Belturbet Parish Church at 3pm, followed by burial afterwards in the adjoining Churchyard. Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, to Belturbet Parish Church Restoration Fund c/o Clive Magee Funeral Director.

Date published: Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Date of death: Monday, October 10, 2011

http://www.rip.ie/death_notices_detail.asp?NoticeID=145948

 

 

 

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