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I have done a tree of the JACKSONs of Co. Down which includes many of these people, and there are many more of them who are also likely to be connected. This is just a start. There are also later abstracts which can be found at PRONI Will Calendars Search.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 4, 2010
Significantly updated August 22,2010

 

Jackson Probate records in Co Down
Sorted by Place and then date.

 

NOTE: I have interpolated info from the 1901 Census into the deaths and probates that are known to me. I have also included material from the Gravestone Inscriptions series done by R.S.J. Clarke.  I still need to consider adding material from the 1911 Census.

 

The ones shaded in this colour are already in my rootsweb family tree. Many of them are connected to the JACKSONs of Ballyreagan and Ballywooly. They are the relations of American President Andrew Jackson. There are four townlands mentioned in the probates beneath which will in time connect us to other people who are also part of this family tree: SEE: A quote from John Spenser Bassett's "Life of Andrew Jackson":

A memorandum preserved by Jackson among his papers and without evidence of its reliability asserts that there were four brothers in Ireland by the name of Jackson each of whom occupied as freeholder "a large farm." Andrew, the youngest, lived near Castlereagh and sold his property in 1765 and went to America where he landed at Charleston, S. C, and removed to the back country. All of these Jacksons. it declared, were devoted to the Established Kirk of Scotland and were noted for their hospitality. Castlereagh is about one hundred and twenty-five miles from Carrickfergus whence Jackson and Crawford sailed for America. One brother " his name is not given " lived at Ballynisca. in the parish of Car-Donnell [aka Dundonald] and was father of Samuel Jackson, who became senior partner in the Philadelphia firm of Jackson and Bayard, with whom William Patterson, of Baltimore, lived when a youth. Another brother, name not given, lived at Knocknagoney, parish of Holywood, and his daughter married James Suffern, of New York, a brother of John Suffern, a prominent state politician. The fourth brother, whose name is not mentioned, lived at Bally Willy, parish of Bangor, and was called "Laird Jackson." This memorandum could have been prepared after the appearance of Reid*s book NOTE: Major John Reid] , and there is an evident purpose to enhance Jackson's social standing.

The ones shaded in this colour are included in my rootsweb family tree and are connected to the Quaker JACKSONs.

The ones shaded in this colour are included in my rootsweb family tree and are connected to the Ballybay JACKSONs.

 

 

JACKSONs

Death

Place/Probate

Notes

Lydia Newsom 

1879 Jan 28

Altona

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Lydia Newsom Jackson late of Altona County Down deceased who died 28 January 1879 at same place were granted at Belfast to Thomas Jackson of Altona (Belfast) Architect the Husband of said deceased. NOTE: Parish of Hollywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Thomas 

1890 Sep 3

Altona

The Will (with one Codicil) of Thomas Jackson late of Altona Strandtown County Down Architect who died 3 September 1890 at same place was proved at Belfast by John Greeves and Thomas Malcomson Greeves both of Belfast Merchants the Executors. NOTE: Wife predeceased him. Daughter Gilbertina NEWSOM (who has been my constant companion)… 19 page will…Effects £9,547 19s Parish of Hollywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower. In 1901 Gilbertine Newsom JACKSON was living with her brother-in-law John GREEVES, and many other members of her Quaker family. NOTE: He was the father of Anthony Thomas JACKSON, William Ridgeway JACKSON,.

John 

1866 May 20

Balloo

Administration of the personal estate of John Jackson late of Balloo Bangor County Down Farmer deceased who died 20 May 1866 at same place were granted at Belfast to Jane Jackson of Balloo (Bangor) aforesaid the Widow of said deceased. Effects under £50. NOTE: Parish of Bangor, Barony Ards Lower. In Griffiths Valuation, 1863, John JACKSON leased a house & 20 acres, and also leased out a cottage. See also entries under Bangor. Also: Ros Davies site: d. 20 May 1866 aged 40; husband of Jane Johnston; father of Thomas; William, Jane,& Margaret; buried Abbey graveyard

William 

1884 Apr 9

Ballyaugherty aka Ballyagherty

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Ballyaugherty County Down Farmer who died 9 April 1884 at same place were granted at Belfast to Alice Jane Jackson of Ballyaugherty the Widow. Effects 226 3s 6d. NOTE: Ballyagherty, Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh Upper. At the time of Griffths Valuation, a William JACKSON owned abt 13 acres and buildings valued at £3.0.0 for a total value of £16.0.0. See also: ROD 1884 80 260.  William JACKSON – Alice JACKSON (or BAILIE). Btw. William JACKSON of Ballyagherty & Alice Jane JACKSON otherwise BAILIE, wife of William JACKSON, farmer.. lands in Ballyagherty containing 10 acres 2 rods Cunningham measure – held by William JACKSON as a yearly tenant under James Charles PRICE Esq. at yearly rent of 13 pounds 2s 2d … farm formerly belonged to Alice BAILIE before her marriage to William JACKSON WITNESS: Thomas DUNWOODY of 13 Lombard St., Dublin.

James 

1889 Feb 22

Ballyaugherty aka Ballyagherty

The Will of James Jackson late of Ballyaugherty County Down Iron Mouler who died 22 February 1889 at same place was proved at Belfast by Alice Jane Jackson of Ballyaugherty Widow one of the Executors. Effects £298 12s 6d NOTE: sister Agnes; brother John; sister Jane; sister Maggie; brother William;  sister Anna ORR; brother George Raphael; brother Robert; mother Alice Jane JACKSON. Ballyagherty, Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: He was a son of William JACKSON and Alice Jane BAILIE (see above).

James 

1883 Dec 4

Ballygrainey aka Ballygraney

16 January The Will of James JACKSON late of Ballygrainey, Co Down Esq. who died 4 Dec 1883 at same place proved at the Principal Registry by Thomas WILSON of 65 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin, Woolen Merchant, one of the Executors. Effects: £4,267 2s 11d. NOTE: His Mother Mary JACKSON d 1823. SOURCE: Holywood Graveyard. NOTE: Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower. The only JACKSON residing in Ballygrainy in 1901 is Muriel JACKSON age 17, a nurse b in Tipperary age 17. Intriguingly, a son is named Jackson CLARK age 3, son of John S. CLARK and Emily. He was b in England, and she was b in Co Tyrone. NOTE: In the Holywood Graveyard: JACKSON

[Polished granite stone in surround, over low stone enclosure]. Erected by James JACKSON, Ballygraney to the memory of his father Andrew JACKSON who died 11th Feb. 1840 aged 75 years. Also his mother Mary JACKSON who died 12th June 1823 aged 49 years. Also his sister Mary JACKSON who died 14th September 1828 aged 15 years. Also his brother Andrew JACKSON who died 15th Dec 1851 aged 41 years. Also his brother John JACKSON who died 19th April 1881 aged 74 years. Also Eliza JACKSON the wife of John JACKSON, who died 3rd May 1882 aged 69 years. Also John Gregg JACKSON, grandson of John JACKSON, who died 10th March 1880 aged 3 years and 5 months. Here also lies James JACKSON who died 4th Dec 1883 aged 68 years. Olive Dorothy, daughter of John and Mary JACKSON died 10th Dec. 1920 aged 18 years. John JACKSON died 15th April 1922 aged 76 years. His wife Mary died 27th October 1933 aged 75 years. “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive” I Cor. XV, 22

ROD 1877-51- 266  James JACKSON – Robert McQUISTON. James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, Gent of 1st pt & Robert Jackson BELL of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent of 2nd pt & Robert McQUISTON of Belfast Esq., Co. Antrim.. James JACKSON by the direction of Robert Jackson BELL granted lands in recited indenture  of 1729 Aug 12, and recited mtg of  2 Jan 1852… town and lands of Ballywooley alias Ballywoolie 142 acres , parish of Bangor, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down… sum of 2,500 pounds & interest…

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Indenture of lease btw. Hugh KENNEDY of Cultra, Co Down Esq  of 1 pt & Andrew JACKSON of Ballynagraney Parish of Holywood, Co. Down farmer of other pt.. Whereby Hugh KENNEDY did demise to Andrew JACKSON  … farm or tenement being part of Ballynagraney then in actual possession of Andrew JACKSON containing  by estimation 55 acres Cunningham measure… lease for 36 years. [lives] Robert ABERNATHY the aged about 10 years James ABERNATHY aged abt 4 years sons of James ABERNATHY of Ballycreely in Parish of  Comber, Co Down or for term of 31 years whichever should continue longest . Rent of 43 pounds sterling. WITNESS: Alexander GREENFIELD of Belfast, Co. Antrim; Robert GREENFIELD of Cultrain, Co. Down, Gent. Also at ROD 596 349 407500 January 22, 1806.

Adam 

1895 Dec 12

Ballygunaghan

Probate of the Will of Adam Jackson late of Ballygunaghan County Down Farmer who died 12 December 1895 granted at Belfast to Eliza Stewart and Mary Ann Black both of Ballygunaghan Widows (By County Court Decree). Effects £145 16s 6d NOTE: Sisters Eliza Stewart and Mary Ann Black both of Ballygunaghan; wife Jane JACKSON. Parish of Donaghcloney, Barony of Lower Iveagh, Upper part.

Robert 

1910 Dec 9

Ballykelly

Probate of the Will of Robert Jackson late of Ballykelly County Down Farmer who died 9 December 1910 granted at Belfast to William John Jackson Labourer and John Robert McCaw Farmer. Effects £174 13s. 0d. Parish of Seapatrick, Barony of Lower Iveagh, Lower part. NOTE: IN 1901 Robert JACKSON, Presbyterian farmer age 70 lives with his wife Margaret, age 50.

Thomas 

1891 Feb 1

Ballylesson aka Ballylessan

The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Ballylesson County Down Labourer who died 1 February 1891 at same place was proved at Belfast by Robert Jackson of 26 Wellwood-street Belfast Porter and William Allen of Ballylesson Tenter the Executors. NOTE: Daughter Mary Jane; grand-daughter Agnes JACKSON who resides with him; wife Elizabeth; brother Robert JACKSON of Belfast executor… Effects £111 11s 7d. Parish of Drumbo, Castlereagh. NOTE: IN 1901 residents of house 25 Ballylesson, Breda, were Matthew age 25, Presbyterian Damask weaver, wife Annie age 23 and daughter Elizabeth age 4 and James B JACKSON age 1.

William 

1893 Sep 17

Ballynickle aka Ballynichol

The Will of William Jackson late of Ballynickle County Down Farmer who died 17 September 1893 at same place was proved at Belfast by Elizabeth Jane Jackson of Ballynickle Widow the Executrix. NOTE: Ballynickle, Parish of Comber, wife Elizabeth Jane JACKSON. Effects £191 2s 6d. Parish of Comber, Barony of Castlereagh Lower. Elizabeth Jane JACKSON died 1903 June 27

Eliza Jane 

1903 Jun 27

Ballynickle aka Ballynichol

Probate of the Will of Eliza Jane Jackson late of Ballynickle County Down Widow who died 27 June 1903 granted at Belfast to Samuel Ritchie Warehouseman and Robert Cooper [of Balloo Kilinchy] Farmer. Effects £867 16s. 8d. NOTE: To William James JACKSON, her son, the farm; daughter Anna JACKSON son David JACKSON; Margaret Jane JACKSON, daughter of son, David. NOTE: In the 1901 Census William James JACKSON residing at Ballynichol is a farmer aged 42, living with his wife Jane age 36 and sister Anna age 46 –unmarried. Parish of Comber, Barony of Castlereagh Lower. NOTE: In the Killinchy Graveyard [likely the COOPER-JACKSON connection]: COOPER … daughter in law Mary Jane JACKSON wife of Robert H. COOPER died 18 Oct 1920 age 79 years.

James

1711

Ballyregan

Ballymiscaw

Ballyskeagh

Newtonards

SEE: 1711 will of James JACKSON. James JACKSON was of Newtownards, but had leases at Ballyskeagh, Ballymiscaw and Ballyregan. All three townlands are close to one another. At least two of them, Ballyregan and Ballykeagh, were leased to the Jacksons by James ROSS. The 1641 records show the townland of Ballyregan to be held by James Clandeboyes. Also worth noting, is that although James JACKSON’s father was probably a Robert JACKSON (based on a lease that mentions them both), there was also a Henry JACKSON who held a lease at Ballymiscaw in 1695 from James ROSS. Source: PRONI: LPC/1175. Curiously,  in a history of the congregations of 1st Ballybay Clogher Record, Vol. 7, No. 2 (1970), pp. 325-335 : Mr. Henry  Jackson, who is said to have been nearly related to General  Jackson, President of the United States, Mr. Jackson was  ordained at Banbridge by the Presbytery of Armagh on the  8th of November, 1743. According to The Ulster Jacksons by D.J. McCartney, an unnamed JACKSON of “Ballynisca in the parish of Car-Donnell” was father of the Samuel JACKSON who became a senior partner in Philadelphia with the firm Jackson and Bayard. Another unnamed brother lived at the nearby townland of Knocknagoney, Holywood. There are many JACKSONs from Knocknagoney noted in these probate records. A 4th brother lived at Ballywilly and was referred to as Laird Jackson. Given that there is a probate of a James JACKSON of Ballywilly, he seems to be a likely candidate. In 1836, A Mr JACKSON from Ballybay was an agent for J. ROSS in Ballyrgan. AN unknown-to-me Andrew JACKSON leased 100 acres of Ballyregan in 1772. (Ros Davies).NOTE:  Ballyregan, Parish of Dundonald, Castlereagh Lower.

John

1725

Ballyregan

John JACKSON (1667-1725) is mentioned in 1711 will of James JACKSON. NOTE:  Parish of Dundonald, Castlereagh Lower. ROD: 6.208.1914, Nov 8, 1708 that is likely connected to him: For £150 in hand from John JACKSON of Ballyreagan, Co. Down  , Francis STEPHENSON, Esdq. Of Killyleagh, Co. Down grants John JACKSON yearly rent charge or annuity of £10 10 shillings pd semi annually, out of Ballysallagh Minor, in Bangor parish now in possession of Hugh BROWN, for ever, with fine of £10 10s to be paid by Francis STEVENSON if annuity unpaid & void upon repayment to John JACKSON of £150 + interest upon payment dates. James BARKLEY of Ballysallagh & Hugh BROWN of the same & Gawin PETTICREW of Killileagh, all in Co. Down; James PARK

Catherine

1727

Ballyreagan aka Belviegan

Wife of John JACKSON als McKinly Parish of Dundonald, Castlereagh Lower.

Thomas

1779

Ballyregan aka

Ballyreagan

Son of John JACKSON and Katherine McKINNEY. Parish of Dundonald, Castlereagh Lower.

Robert

1837

Ballyvernot aka Ballyvarnet

Parish of Bangor, Ards Lower. Executor was M. McCallum of Bangor. NOTE: There was also a Henry JACKSON of Ballyvarnet who married Agnes McCALLUM May 9, 1824 at 1st Bangor Presbyterian Church.

Hugh 

1875 Feb 15

Ballywalter

9 June Letters of Admin – Hugh JACKSON late of Ballywalter, Co. Down, farmer who died 15 Feb 1875 at same place granted in Belfast to William JACKSON of Ballywalter, son of deceased Effects under £300. NOTE: Parish of Ballywalter, Ards Lower. At time of Griffiths Valuation, Hugh had several  holdings, collectively worth £31.15.0.

Grey Abbey JACKSON Here lieth the body of Hugh JACKSON, Senior, late of Tullycaven, who departed this life 19 Feb 1812 aged 55 years. Also his wife Margery JACKSON who departed this life 18 Nov 1846 aged 87 years. Also his grandson William who died young. Also 2 of his children viz., Margery and Agnes. Also his grandson Hugh JACKSON who died 15 Feb 1875 age 72.

In 1901, the JACKSONs in Ballywalter are in two households:

·       Jane JACKSON, widow age 59 Presbyterian embroiderer lives with her daughter Maggie JOHNSTON age 32 born in England, daughter Aggie age 33 born in Co Down & grandson Gerald TURNER age 4.

·       Alexander JACKSON, a widower age 40, Presbyterian farmer, lives with his 3 daughters: Mary age 17, Agnes age 11 Lizzie age 13 and son Samuel age 15. His sister-in-law Mary Ann MATTHEWS, Presbyterian also lives with them.

Whitechurch Graveyard Ballywalter. JACKSON

·       [In a low cement enclosure]. Erected by Alexander JACKSON in memory of his wife Margaret died 28th April 1894 aged 44 years. Also his daughter Lizzie died 23rd May 1908 aged 19 years. Also his granddaughter Ida died 27th Jan 1913 aged 5 years & 8 months. Also his daughter Agnes died 25 May 1967 aged 77 years.

Ann 

1880 Mar 15

Ballywalter

The Will of Ann Jackson late of Ballywalter County Down Widow deceased who died 15 March 1880 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of William Gibson of Ballywalter Merchant the sole Executor. Effects under £200. NOTE: son William JACKSON. Parish of Ballywalter, Ards Lower.

Samuel

1895 Apr 23

Ballywalter

Whitechurch graveyard: OLIVER

[The last entry appears at the top of the stone]. Her lieth ye body of Mary OLIVER who died ye 12 of March 1745 aged 65 years. Also Agnes JACKSON who died ye 12 of Jan. 1752 aged 28 days. Samuel JACKSON Ballywalter, who died 23rd April 1895 aged 58 years.

James

1738

Ballywilly

PRONI T808/8245 James JACKSON of Ballywillie alias Ballywooley. Two children by my present wife viz John and Sarah are minors. Three daughters by my first wife this Catherine Annas and Janet; sons Henry Hugh and Gilbert. Land of Ballywillie. Executors: son Gilbert JACKSON, John Todd, and John Tait. Witnesses; Patrick Breesen; Archibald Whitehall; Robert Adder [could this be ADAIR?].

of Ballywoolley House Parish of Killilea, Barony of Dufferin  NOTE:  Ballywillie aka Ballywooley aka Ballywillin, Parish of Killilea aka Killyleagh,Co. Down. See the entry in this table under James 1711, Ballyregan. John TAIT was the executor of his will: PRONI T808/8245. Also of interest in terms of links between the JACKSONs of Ballybay and Co. Down is that two of the children of John JACKSON (1744-1824) and Sarah BRUNKER (abt 1753-1820) were buried in Co. Down. Ellen JACKSON died on 19 Oct 1852 and was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland. She had married Sidney Hamilton ROWAN of Killileagh Castle. Frances JACKSON 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. She had married the Rev John JOHNSTON.

Catherine

1743

Ballywilie aka

Ballywilly

PRONI T808/8245 Down will made 21 August 1741 proved 18 April 1743 Catherine JACKSON of Ballywillie. John and Sarah JACKSON my father's two youngest children by his second wife, my two sisters Agnes and Jane JACKSON; my three brothers Gilbert Henry and Hugh JACKSON, Legacy under will of my father in death of his second wife Elizabeth JACKSON alias HUTCHON carried James JACKSON of Ballymescaw, son of my eldest brother Gilbert JACKSON. Executors: brothers Hugh JACKSON and Henry JACKSON. Witnesses: Patrick BREESON; James ROBERTS; John DALE.

Parish of Killilea, Barony of Dufferin  daughter of James JACKSON.. In 1729 James JACKSON leased 142 acres in Ballywooly. ROD 62 272 42837. PRONI T808/8245: Down will made 21 August 1741 proved 18 April 1743 Catherine JACKSON of Ballywillie. John and Sarah JACKSON my father's two youngest children by his second wife, my two sisters Agnes and Jane JACKSON; my three brothers Gilbert Henry and Hugh JACKSON, Legacy under will of my father in death of his second wife Elizabeth JACKSON alias HUTCHON carried James JACKSON of Ballymescaw, son of my eldest brother Gilbert JACKSON. Executors: brothers Hugh JACKSON and Henry JACKSON. Witnesses: Patrick BREESON; James ROBERTS; John DALE.

Hugh, Dr.

1837 Mar 25

Ballywooly aka Ballywilly

Ros Davies site: of Ballywooly; physician in Bangor in 1824; d. 25 Mar 1837 aged 45; brother of Jane; buried Abbey graveyard. NOTE: Born bet 1790-1792 is likely a descendant of John JACKSON (1667-1725) of Ballyreagan – two of John JACKSON’s sons were physicians, and we have no record of the descendants of Dr. Thomas JACKSON (1700-1779) of Ballyreagan. His brother, Dr. John JACKSON (1705-1801), emigrated to America.

Charles 

1889 Nov 13

Banbridge

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Charles Jackson late of Banbridge County Down Mechanic who died 13 November 1889 at same place were granted at Belfast to Rachel Jackson of Banbridge the Widow. Effects £63. NOTE Parish of Seapatrick, Upper Iveagh, Upper part

Hugh

1800 Dec 17

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: d. 17 Dec 1800 aged 84; husband of Susanna Nicholson; father of Sarah; buried Abbey graveyard. NOTE: Hugh was a son of James JACKSON of Ballywillie who died abt 1738.

William

1831

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: will probated 1831; executor was James Jackson of Kilmore

Robert

1837

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: will probated in 1837; executor was M. McCallum of Bangor

Jane

1839

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: will probated 1839; executor was Rev. H. Woods of Bangor

Sarah

1842

Bangor

This is the same year as Sarah daughter of Hugh JACKSON (1716-1800) and Susanna NICHOLSON died. Her grandparents were from Balloe, aka Balloo, Parish of Bangor It may be that she is the same Sarah JACKSON of Bangor who shows up in the Ballymagee townland valuation.

Jane

1848

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: of Ballywooly; died 7 Dec 1848 aged 79; widow of W. Jackson Esq. ; buried Abbey graveyard

Robert, Capt.

1856

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: buried Abbey graveyard JACKSON Sacred to the memory of Robert Jackson, late Captain in H.M.'s 68th Regt., who departed this life (11)th August 1856 in the 69th (year) of his age.  Also Elizabeth J. Jackson, daughter of above who died at Holywood, 28th Sep. 1886 aged 62 years.  "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord". Rev. XIV, 13.

John

1865

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: husband of Jane Brice; father of James b. 21 Apr 1865

John

1866

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: of Ballow; d. 20 May 1866 aged 40; husband of Jane Johnston; father of Thomas; William, Jane,& Margaret; buried Abbey graveyard

Robert

1868

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: husband of Agnes Kindred; father of William b. 14 May 1866 & John b. 28 Dec 1868 & John b. 12 Feb 1870

William

1869

Bangor

From Ros Davies Site: husband of Margaret Bell; father of Agnes b. 10 Aug 1869 & John b. 26 May 1871

John

1814 Feb 9

Barmaghery aka Barnamaghery

[No record of a will] Killinchy Graveyard: JACKSON

[Broken in half with top lying on ground] Erected by John JACKSON of Barnamaghery, Sep 23rd 1806. Here lieth the remains of his three sons, William, William and Hugh who died young. Here lieth the body of the said John JACKSON who departed this life Feb 9 1814 aged 75 years.

John

1831

Barnamaghery

Executor: REID, Hamilton (Barrinaghary) National Archives, Dublin IWR/1831/F/93. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper.

Agnes

1834 Feb 15

Barmaghery aka Barnamaghery

[No record of a will] Killinchy Graveyard: JACKSON

Erected by William JACKSON of Barnamaghery, in memory of his wife Agnes JACKSON who departed this life Feb 15 1834 aged 47 years.

William

1851

Barnemaghery  aka Bernamaghery

Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: I suspect he is related to the William JACKSON who in 1901 was an unmarried caretaker at Barmamaghery.

Eliza

1861 Jun 22

Barmaghery aka Barnamaghery

Eliza JACKSON, wife of James JACKSON in Kilmore Presbyterian graveyard. No will. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper (NOTE I decided that the JACKSONs were not in the townland in Killinchy because of the presence of the family in Kilmore graveyard)

Thomas 

1876 Dec 31

Barnemaghery

The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Barnemaghery County Down Farmer deceased who died 31 December 1876 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of John Coulter of Killinchy Woods (Derryboy) Farmer and William Campbell senior of Barnemaghery (Saintfield) Bailiff both in same County the Executors. NOTE: Parish of Kilmore; son Gardner JACKSON; son Francis JACKSON’ wife is a tenant; daughter Margaret M’CONNELL; daughter Mary Jane LECKY; daughter Juliana SMYTHE; other 3 sons: John JACKSON; James JACKSON; Joseph JACKSON. Effects under 300.WITNESSES: John HAMILTON & Agnes COULTER. Parish of either Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper

Samuel 

1879 Oct 18

Barnamaghery

The Will of Samuel Jackson late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer deceased who died 18 October 1879 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of the Reverend David Stewart Ker Coulter of Magherahamlet (Ballynahinch) same County Presbyterian Minister one of the Executors. NOTE: Wife Eliza JACKSON & 3 daughters: Martha Mary & Agnes; 3 sons: John JACKSON; Robert JACKSON; David JACKSON. Effects under £800. NOTE: In the 1901 Census Eliza age 60 was living with daughters Martha JACKSON age 30, and Minnie JACKSON age 26 and son John JACKSON age 34 and son David JACKSON age 28. Parish of Kilmore Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. His wife is Eliza JACKSON, sister of Reverend David Stewart Ker COULTER. Their sons: John, Robert & David. Their daughters: Martha, Mary & Agnes. "I will that my dear wife and her brother Rev. D.G.K. COULTER be my executors".

James Copeland 

1883 Apr 14

Barnamaghery

The Will (with one Codicil) of James Copeland Jackson late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer deceased who died 14 April 1883 at same place was proved at Belfast by Armour Jackson of Barnamaghery and William Orr of Tyconnett in said County Farmers two of the Executors. NOTE: wife Grace JACKSON; son Armour JACKSON; daughter Isabella JACKSON otherwise ORR, wife of William ORR; son James JACKSON of Dublin 1,000 pounds sterling; Effects 408 8s 9d. Parish of or Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper.

Anne 

1888 Dec 9

Barnemaghery

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Anne Jackson late of Barnemaghery County Down who died 9 December 1888 at same place were granted at Belfast to Gardiner Jackson of Barnemaghery Farmer the Husband. Effects £28. Parish of Kilmore both in Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: From Ros Davies: Gardner JACKSON married Anne COULTER Oct 29, 1872 at Raffrey Presbyterian Church.. They were the parents of Thomas JACKSON b. Aug 31, 1873.

James 

1899 Aug 5

Barnamaghery

Probate of the Will of James Jackson (Senior) late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 5 August 1899 granted at Belfast to James Jackson (Junior) William Jackson and William Jackson Farmers. Effects £918 4s. 4d. NOTE: sons James Jackson (Junior) of Barnamaghery, and William Jackson of Barnamaghery; William Jackson of Killinchy Woods, Farmers; wife Maria JACKSON; daughter [Eliza Agnes WOODS? Of Abbot St Belfast]; son Samuel JACKSON 33 Abbot Street, Belfast; daughter [Anne?]; daughter Eliza, Mary Elizabeth  114 Woods[?]House Belfast; daughter Elizabeth Alice; daughter Christina. Parish of or Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: In the 1901 Census, the widowed Myria, widow and Presbyterian farmer age 69 lives with unmarried sons James JACKSON age 45 and William JACKSON age 42. As well as daughters Christina JACKSON age 47 and Mary E JACKSON age 26.

Armour 

1904 Aug 18

Barnamaghery

Probate of the Will of Armour Jackson late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 18 August 1904 granted at Belfast to William Thompson Farmer. Effects £804 7s. 10d. NOTE: Son Arthur James JACKSON, the farm formerly held by my father; I will that William JACKSON at present in Downpatrick Asylum …if he recovers…; to son John JACKSON farm in Clontinglan, Parish of Kilmore [I suspect this is Clontaghnaglar, Parish of Kilmore]; daughter Sarah JACKSON otherwise KENNEDY a small farm in Barnamaghery. NOTE: In 1901 Census he was 71, a farmer & living with his widowed daughter Sarah KENNEDY age 30, his wife Isabella, age 60 and their son Arthur J age 40. 3 nieces & a nephew. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper

John 

1905 Jul 26

Barmaghery aka Barnamaghery

Probate of the Will of John Jackson late of Barmaghery County Down Farmer who died 26 July 1905 granted at Belfast to James M'Donald Bakery Manager and Margaret Elizabeth M'Kee Married Woman. Effects £426 6s. 9d. NOTE: Daughter Martha KIDD & daughter Margaret Elizabeth M'KEE; grandson John Jackson McKEE; son Robert JACKSON who is now in Australia. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: In 1901 John JACKSON age 81 Presbyterian farmer, widowed, lives with his son-in-law Joseph McKEE age 38, and daughter-in-law Maggie McKEE age 38 and grandson John J McKEE age 1

Robert 

1908 Feb 11

Barnamaghery

Probate of the Will of Robert Jackson late of Creevybeg Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 11 February 1908 granted at Belfast to William Jackson and Robert Morrison Farmers. Effects £572 14s. 9d. NOTE: son, William JACKSON; daughter Agnes Jane JACKSON; grandchild Maria JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census Robert JACKSON is 73 years old, living with wife Agnes age 65, son William age 46, daughter Agnes Jane age 31, Lizzie JACKSON daughter-in-law age 45, gran-daughter Myra & grandson William. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper

Margaret

1703 Jul 29

Belfast

NOTE: I have included this one because I suspect she is related to the JACKSONs of Dundonald Parish.

PRONI T808/8242. Connor will made 29 July 1703, proved 16 October 1703. Margaret JACKSON of the Fall, in Belfast, Parish. Widow of Thomas JACKSON. To son Thomas JACKSON, 9 acres & c. Son-in-law James ROBISON, daughter Elizabeth, sister Jennet CREEKS, executor son Thomas JACKSON. Witnesses: John ORR, James MARTIN.

James Kennedy

1875 Jul 20

Belfast

The Will of James Kennedy Jackson late of Belfast in the County of Antrim Solicitor deceased who died 20 July 1865 at Rose Lodge in the County of Down was proved at Belfast by the oath of William Archer Jackson of Londonderry Steam Boat Agent the sole Executor.

John

1881 Apr 19

Belfast

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of John Jackson late of 69 Ormeau-road Belfast Retired Farmer deceased who died 19 April 1881 at same place were granted at Belfast to John Jackson of Rosemary-street Belfast General Dealer a Child.

Eliza

1882 May 3

Belfast

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Eliza Jackson late of Chambers-street Belfast Widow deceased who died 3 May 1882 at same place were granted at Belfast to John Jackson of 7 Chambers-street Belfast General Dealer a Child.

George Raphael Moore

1914 Dec 21

Belfast

Probate of the Will of George Raphael Moore Jackson late of 181 Templemore Avenue Belfast Carpenter who died 21 December 1914 granted at Belfast to Elizabeth Jackson the Widow. Effects £152 16s. 4d

Thomas 

1898 Jun 2

Carryduff

Administration of the estate of Thomas Jackson late of Carryduff County Down Labourer who died 2 June 1898 at Newtownards said County granted at Belfast to John Jackson of 34 Ann-street Corcadden Glasgow Labourer the Brother. Effects £102. NOTE: Parish of Drumbo, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Joseph

1855 Apr 21

Clonallon

Ros Davies. died 21 Apr 1855 aged 40; buried Clonallan Church of Ireland graveyard. The ancient Clonallon Parish Church is one mile out of town at the end of Clonallon Road. Kilbroney Parish Church is on the left hand side on the hill out of Rostrevor, heading for Hilltown.

John

1842 Aug 13

Clontinaglare

From Ros Davies: ; died 13 Aug 1842 aged 77; buried Rademan Non Subscribing Presbyterian graveyard

Christina 

1890 Mar 14

Clontinaglare aka Clutinaglare aka Clontaghnaglar

 

The Will (with one Codicil) of Christina Jackson late of Clontinaglare County Down Widow who died 14 March 1890 at same place was proved at Belfast by John Jackson of Barnamaghery in said County Farmer the surviving Executor. Effects £552 10s NOTE: Appoint William JACKSON of Killinchy Woods (deceased) and John JACKSON of Barnamaghery executors. Daughters Eliza McROBERTS and Mary JACKSON the farm.; two grandchildren Gawn JACKSON & William JACKSON;  grandson John JACKSON; granddaughters Agnes JACKSON & Lizzie JACKSON; daughter Jane CLELAND. Probably the townland of Clontaghnaglar, Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: Elizabeth JACKSON of Magheradrool married Samuel McROBERT April 1, 1861. She was the daughter of Gawn JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901, the JACKSON family at Clontaghnaglar included Eliza JACKSON, Presbyterian widow famer age 60, and her sons Gawn JACKSON age 30, William JACKSON age 28 and daughters Agnes JACKSON age 32, and Lizzie age 26, all unmarried. NOTE: In the Rademan non-subscribing Presbyterian church,  burial of John JACKSON of Cloutinaglare age 77 died Aug 13, 1842

William

1759

Creevybegg aka Crewybeg

Parish of Killinchy, Barony of Castlereagh Upper.

T808/8245 Down will made 4 October 1758 proved 13 April 1759.William JACKSON of Creevybeg in Killinchy parish, County Down. Wife and JACKSON alias McNEIGHT and her and my children James JACKSON [sic? should this be John?], George JACKSON and Mary JACKSON. To son John JACKSON the chest that was his mothers; lease to son John he paying all the rent, 4 acres to wife and her children free of rent; daughter Isabel JACKSON, son-in-law of Robert M’KIE, son-in-law George Connolly of Ballym’creely. Executors: James Martin of Barnamaghry in Kilmore Parish and George M’NEIGHT of Lessons in Saintfield Parish both County Down. Witnesses: John JACKSON; John Harper. Inventory signed by John Osborne and James Martin. Mentions debtors Samuel Thompson; Thomas Thompson; James a; Henry A; John M’IBIN.

 NOTE: There is still a JACKSON presence in Crewybeg in 1901: Robert JACKSON age 73, Presbyterian, and wife Agnes JACKSON age 65; daughter Agnes Jane JACKSON age 31; son William JACKSON age 46 and his wife Lizzie JACKSON age 45, and their daughter Myra JACKSON age 3, and their son William JACKSON age 12. The family had an earlier presence in the townland [Raffrey Graveyard]: JACKSON [In railed enclosure] Erected by Robert JACKSON of Creevybeg in memory of his beloved wife Anna who departed this life 12th February 1854 aged 55. Also of his sons George and Samuel who died in America. Likewise the remains of the above Robert JACKSON who departed this life 18th March 1870 aged 84.

James 

1858 Jul 29

Creevycarnonan

The Will of James Jackson late of Creevycarnonan in the County of Down Farmer deceased who died 29 July 1858 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of William Jackson [son] and John Cooper both of Creevycarnonan aforesaid Farmers the Executors. NOTE: Image at PRONI – details include wife Ann JACKSON £30 sterling. Sons James & Samuel. 10s each. Daughter Mary 10s. .. in presence of James MARTIN Lisstooder,, Co Down, Teacher. Effects under £100. Parish of Kilmore, Barony of Castlereagh Upper.

William 

1914 Oct 24

Creevycarnonan

Probate of the Will of William Jackson late of Creevycarnonan County Down Farmer who died 24 October 1914 granted at Belfast to Agnes Jackson Spinster and Gawn Jackson Farmer. Effects £628 15s. 0d. NOTE: In 1911, Gawn JACKSON was age 44, a Presbyterian farmer living at Clutinaglare, Kilmore, Co. Down with his wife Mary Elizabeth, age 36, their daughter Caroline age 3 and son Gawn M Caughan JACKSON age 2. Parish of Kilmore, Barony of Castlereagh Upper. See will of the grandmother of Agnes & Gawn - Christina JACKSON March 14, 1890.

Nancy 

1860 Aug 24

Curcullion

19 March The will of Nancy JACKSON late of Curcullion in Co. Down, widow who died 24 August 1860 at same place proved at Belfast by oath of Rev. John M’LEIGH of Ballymaghery, Co Down, Roman Catholic Clergy, one of the Executors. EFFECTS: under £200. NOTE: Image at PRONI – details include brother Patrick CARROLL of Mullaghmore; Margaret CAUFIELD of Curcullion, niece; son, Andrew JACKSON (deceased). Witness Patrick Christian GILMORE. Possibly the townland of Cullion, Parish of Clonallan, Barony Upper Iveagh, Upper part.

Ellen 

1902 Jan 27

Derryboy

Probate of the Will of Ellen Jackson late of Derryboy County Down Married Woman who died 27 January 1902 granted at Belfast to William DICKSON and Hugh M'CLEMENTS Farmers. Effects £164 2s. 6d. NOTE: Brother John FERIS who lives with her, his daughter Jane FERIS; …NOTE: In 1901 Census Ellen JACKSON age 50 lived at Derryboy with husband Gardiner JACKSON, age 50, son David age 22, son Joseph age 19 and daughter Maggie age 20. They were Presbyterian farmers. There are two such townlands, one in Killyleagh, parish of Dufferin and one in Newry, Lordship of Newry. Another JACKSON household also lived at Derryboy.

Gardiner 

1913 Mar 24

Derryboy

Probate of the Will of Gardiner Jackson late of Derryboy County Down Farmer who died 24 March 1913 granted at Belfast to William John Gourley and David Jackson Farmers. Effects £448 15s. 0d NOTE: In 1901 Census Ellen JACKSON age 50 lived at Derryboy with husband Gardiner JACKSON, age 50, son David age 22, son Joseph age 19 and daughter Maggie age 20. They were Presbyterian farmers. There are two such townlands, one in Killyleagh, parish of Dufferin and one in Newry, Lordship of Newry. Another JACKSON household also lived at Derryboy. I suspect that Ellen was a 2nd wife, and Anne COULTER who died 1888 was Gardiner’s first wife.

Elizabeth

1901 Sep 17

Donaghadee

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. NOTE: Elizabeth KELLY was born Elizabeth JACKSON born circa 1831 in Co. Monaghan, daughter of Henry JACKSON (1799-1874) and his wife Jane – both of Co. Monaghan.

Thomas

1708

Downpatrick

PRONI T808/824/3. Buried at Downpatrick. Born in Leeds. Presbyterian Minister. NOTE: In Oxford Alumni, there is an earlier generation of a Thomas JACKSON b1615 of Leeds son of William JACKSON. The JACKSONs of Coleraine also had land in Leeds.

Stone recorded in Harris’s Down but no longer extant. P14 Old Families of Downpatrick & District.  Rev Thomas JACKSON was born in 1672 in Leeds, son of William JACKSON and – BOYCE. His mother was a daughter of Matthew BOYCE and a sister of the Rev. BOYCE, minister of Wood Street Dublin, perhaps the ablest Irish Presbyterian minister of his generation. His father died when he was young and he was educated at the expense of a friend Ralph THORSEBY, F.R.S., first at St. Andrews and then at Edinburgh. He graduated MA at the latter in 1684, joined his uncle in Dublin and in 1700 was ordained minister of Downpatrick. He died on 2 November 1708 leaving a widow. His letters and references to him in the MS Minutes of the Presbytry of Down are quoted in detail in Brown’s Thomas Jackson, minister of Downpatrick in The Bull of the Presb. Hist. Soc. No 15, 1986. See also Harris’s  Ancient and Present State of the County of Down (1744) and Poolers Down and its Parish Church  (1907) which was the first to introduce the erroneous idea that Thomas Jackson was curate of Down.

Elisha

1878 Oct 7

Downpatrick

P14 Old Families of Downpatrick & District.  In loving memory of Elisha JACKSON, Downpatrick, who died 7th Oct 1878 aged 62. Also his wife Agnes JACKSON who died 12th Sept 18 aged 78. (children listed). From Ros Davies: of Bridge St, Downpatrick, leased a house & yard from David S. Ker in 1863; died 7 Oct 1878 aged 62; husband of Agnes who d. 12 Sep 1892 aged 78; father of Agnes Catherine (d. 1861 aged 4) & Margret (d. 1880 aged 34) & Mary (d. 1880 aged 29) & George (d. 1889 aged 45) & James (d. 1895 aged 56) & Harriet Ellen (d. 1899 aged 58) & Jane Wilson (d. 1912 aged 63); buried Downpatrick Cathedral graveyard

Thomas 

1907 Jun 18

Emdale

Administration (with the Will) of the Estate of Thomas Jackson late of Emdale County Down Farmer who died 18 June 1907 granted at Belfast to Isabella Jackson the Widow. Effects £390 10s. 0d. NOTE: Curious that there are two death dates, but the rest is all the same. Parish of Drumballyroney, Barony Upper Iveagh, Lower part. NOTE Emdale was home of the famous BRONTE sisters. Their father taught at Drumballyroney Church and School.

Thomas 

1907 Jun 18

Emdale

Administration of the Estate of Thomas Jackson late of Emdale County Down Farmer who died 31 Dec 1909 granted at Belfast to Isabella Jackson the Widow. Effects £390 10s. 0d. NOTE: Curious that there are two death dates, but the rest is all the same. Parish of Drumballyroney, Barony Upper Iveagh, Lower part. NOTE Emdale was home of the famous BRONTE sisters. Their father taught at Drumballyroney Church and School.

Mary 

1905 Oct 7

Gargory aka Gargarry

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Mary Jackson late of Gargory County Down Widow who died 7 October 1905 were granted at Belfast to Cecilia King Spinster. Effects £85. Parish of Drumgooland, Upper Iveagh, Lower part.

William

1783

Gregstown

Parish of Newtownards, Barony of Ards Lower.

John

1791

Hollywood

Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

William

1798

Hollywood

Of Knocknagoney. Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Mary

1805

Hollywood

Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Robert

1818

Hollywood

Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Mary

1823 Jun 12

Hollywood

See Holywood Graveyard: Also his mother Mary JACKSON who died 12th June 1823 aged 49 years. NOTE: Her son, James JACKSON was of Ballygraney, Co. Down. Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

John

1836

Hollywood

From Ros Davies: Executor was John Patton of Knocknagoney

Andrew

1840 Feb 11

Hollywood

Of Ballygrainy, husband of Mary who died 1823.

John

1849

Holywood

Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

John

1881 Apr 19

Holywood

Brother of James who died 1883 Dec 4 of Ballygrainy, age 74, and wife of Eliza who died 3 May 1882, age 69.. See notes under Ballygrainy.

George 

1883 Sep 3

Holywood, Garden Lodge

George JACKSON effects 46,437 3s 10d late of Garden Lodge, near Holywood, Co Down, d 3 Sept 1883 at same place was proved at Belfast by Jane JACKSON and Matilda JACKSON both of Garden Lodge Spinsters and John SIMMS of Newtownards, Draper, and John DAVIDSON of Turf Lodge Merchant both is said Co. the executors. Effects: £6,437 3s 10d NOTE: In Knock Graveyard, as part of Knocknagoney family. [Horizontal stone on the ground in a railed enclosure]. The family burying ground of John JACKSON of Knocknagoney, 1863, Ann JACKSON died 19th July 1882. George JACKSON died 3rd Sept. 1883

Will details: Sisters Miss Jane JACKSON and Miss Jane JACKSON; his brother James JACKSON; sister Ellen ROGERS widow; sister Elizabeth EMERSON widow. See also Deed 1884 18 260 dated 1884 Feb 1 Jane JACKSON of Garden Lodge near Holywood, Co. Down, spinster; Matilda JACKSON of Garden Lodge, spinster; John SIMMS of Newtownards, Co. Down, draper; John DAVIDSON of Turf Lodge Co. Down, farmer trustees… George JACKSON…. Will…annuities … 89 acres 2 roods  36 perches…bounded on  on the north by a road running in an easterly direction from the High Road leading from Belfast to Holywood and partly by land the property of William LANGRIDGE in the east, Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. And land on the foreshore bounded by lands of Knockmagoney being part of what was conveyed for the Belfast Holywood and Bangor Railway…. To Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower

James

1883 Dec 4

Holywood

From Ros Davies: son of Andrew & Mary Jackson; died 4 Dec 1883 aged 68; buried Holywood parish graveyard

Elizabeth

1886 Sep 28

Holywood

JACKSON
Sacred to the memory of Robert Jackson, late Captain in H.M.'s 68th Regt., who departed this life (11)th August 1856 in the 69th (year) of his age.  Also Elizabeth J. Jackson, daughter of above who died at Holywood, 28th Sep. 1886 aged 62 years.  "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord". Rev. XIV, 13.

John

1814

Killinchy

Probably Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

James

1817

Killinchy

Probably Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Elizabeth

1821

Killinchy

Probably Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Samuel

1823

Killinchy

Probably Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Samuel 

1907 Feb 12

Killinchy aka Killinchy in the Woods

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Samuel Jackson late of Killinchy Woods County Down Farmer's Assistant who died 12 February 1907 were granted at Belfast to James Jackson Warehouseman. Effects £453 7s. 1d. NOTE: In 1901, Samuel was an unmarried Presbyterian farmer age 45, living at Killinchy-in-the Woods with his widowed mother Grace JACKSON age 74, and his sister Elizabeth JACKSON age 38, and brother William JACKSON age 50 – both unmarried. Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

William 

1886 Dec 14

Killinchy Woods aka Killinchy in the Woods

The Will of William Jackson late of Killinchy Woods County Down Farmer who died 14 December 1886 at same place was proved at Belfast by James Jackson of 3 Annesley-street Belfast Woolen Buyer one of the Executors. NOTE: Wife Grace; farm to son William in townland of Killinchy Woods 24 acres also farm at Creeevy known as Kinglands farm; daughters Elizabeth JACKSON & Alice Jane JACKSON; son Samuel JACKSON farm in townland of Creevy known as Jackson’s farm; son James JACKSON. Effects £709 3s 9d. Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

William 

1906 Feb 27

Killinchy Woods aka Killinchy in the Woods  & Crossgar

Administration of the estate of William Jackson late of Killinchy Woods Crossgar County Down Farmer who died 27 February 1906 granted at Belfast to Samuel Jackson Farmer. Effects £203. NOTE: Crossgar, Parish of Dromora, Barony Upper Iveagh, Lower part. Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: In 1901, Samuel was an unmarried Presbyterian farmer age 45, living at Killinchy-in-the Woods with his widowed mother Grace JACKSON age 74, and his sister Elizabeth JACKSON age 38, and brother William JACKSON age 50 – both unmarried

William 

1906 Feb 27

Killinchy Woods Crossgar

Letters of Administration of the unadministered personal estate of William Jackson late of Killinchy Woods Crossgar County Down Farmer who died 27 February 1906 were granted at Belfast to James Jackson Warehouseman. Effects £80. NOTE: In 1901, Samuel was an unmarried Presbyterian farmer age 45, living at Killinchy-in-the Woods with his widowed mother Grace JACKSON age 74, and his sister Elizabeth JACKSON age 38, and brother William JACKSON age 50 – both unmarried

John

1715 Mar 31

Killinure

Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

I am reasonably certain this was the John JACKSON (1653-1715), son of Richard JACKSON and Margaret KEETE, one of the Quaker JACKSONs. He was probably born in Lisburn. His brother Thomas JACKSON died at Killinure in 1716

Thomas

1716 Jun 15

Killinure

Thomas JACKSON was born Sept 30, 1656 at Clery, Co. Down. I can find no townland or parish named Clery.  Killinure, where Thomas died, is in the Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

From The Irish Ancestor, re land owned by Quaker Anthony SHARP. The first of these Quakers at  Killinure of whom I have found record was Moses Pim and his wife Anne Raper whose  twin children were born there in 1688, which must have been very shortly after Anthony  acquired the property from Thomas Sharkey of Abbeyleix and Mountrath (as mentioned  in Reg. of Deeds 100 278 70479). Before 1692 the Pims moved to Lackagh (also owned  by Anthony) where they remained through the 18th century. They were replaced at Killinure by Thomas Jackson and his second wife Dorothy: Jackson was a Quaker from Co. Down who had been living at Mountmellick. Jackson children were born at Killinure  between 1692 and 1700, and Anthony's will of 1706 mentions Thomas Jackson as the  lessee of Killinure. Jackson died there on 15th June 1716 aged 60, as did a son of his in  1717, in which year a daughter of his was married from there. One John Jackson, possibly either a son or brother of Thomas, died at Killinure on 6th August 1715 (will proved at Ossory 1717), and John's widow Joan died there in 1728: three of their  daughters were married from there, Catherine in 1722, Abigail in 1726 and Alice in  1732, after which the association of the Jacksons with Killinure appears to have ceased.

Richard

1717 Mar 11

Killinure

Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

He was the son of Thomas JACKSON (1656-1716) and Dorothy MASON (-1713)

William

1826

Kilmood

Likely Kilmore

James

1829

Kilmore

Likely Kilmore, Parish of Kilmore, Castlereagh Upper.

John

1796

Knocknagoney

It is curious that there is a burial record for a Hugh of this date and place, but not a John: Knock Graveyard: Here lieth the body of Hugh Jackson who departed this life  29 Dec 1796  aged 43 years. Also three of his children Hugh, Margaret and Jane.

William

1798

Knocknagoney

Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower.

Jane

1834

Knocknagony

Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower.

Rachel

1834

Knocknagony

Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower.

John

1835

Knocknagoney

Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower.

John

1836

Knocknagony

Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower.

John

 

1863

 

Knocknagoney

Two JACKSONs for whom there are no wills. [Horizontal stone on the ground in a railed enclosure]. The family burying ground of John JACKSON of Knocknagoney, 1863, Ann JACKSON died 19th July 1882. George JACKSON died 3rd Sept. 1883 NOTE: The Holywood-Knocknagoney connection is mentioned in 1758 in ROD 195-559 131794 Thomas JACKSON of Ballyregan, Dundonald (pa), DOWN acknowledges receipt of £75 from John JACKSON, of Knocknagoney, Holywood (pa), DOWN as debts owing him in consideration of any right or claim of John JACKSON to Knocknagoney, & for his natural love of John JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON discharges John JACKSON from every right claim title etc. to same. REGISTRARS: George PORTIAS & A. BRETT, justices presiding. WITNESSES:Robert JOY, printer of Belfast Antrim & Henry JOY (Swore memorial 30 Jan 1759), Printer of Belfast, Antrim; David HENDERSON, Clerk to Henry & Robert JOY; Jane ALEXANDER; Alexander WALLACE.

Ann

1882 Jul 19

Knocknagoney

A number of family members for whom there seems to be no will records: [Horizontal stone on the ground in a railed enclosure]. The family burying ground of John JACKSON of Knocknagoney, 1863, Ann JACKSON died 19th July 1882. George JACKSON died 3rd Sept. 1883 NOTE: George JACKSON included in probates (see beneath under Holywood ). A John JACKSON was at Knocknagoney as early as Sept 2, 1751: PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Deed of Lease and release between Mary HAWTHORN otherwise COREY, widow of Robert HAWTHORN mariner of Hollywood [aka Holywood] Co Down of 1 pt. John JACKSON of Knocknagony  Co Down Gent of the other part Mary HAWTHORN for 20 pounds 5 shillings sold to John JACKSON and his heirs all of the farm in possession of  Thomas COREY deceased and lately in possession of Betty JACKSON otherwise COREY deceased who was the uncle and cousin [sic] of said Mary HAWTHORN otherwise COREY Mary is the heir at law of Betty JACKSON otherwise COREY as being the only issue of James COREY deceased. Who was the eldest and full brother of Thomas COREY containing by estimation 82 acres  3r 2p  Cunningham measure… free of all tithes in parish of Holywood, Co Down reciting deed 8 March 1743 where the premises were demised to Thomas COREY by James ROSS the eldest & James ROSSE the younger of Co. Down. Assigned to John JACKSON and his heirs for the lives of James ROSSE the youngest & Janet COREY otherwise HENRY [widow of Thomas COREY] the two surviving lives. WITNESS: Robert MUNFORD of Knocknagoney & Michael MICHALL of Hollywood & Thomas DAYELL of Holliwood, Co. Down

William 

1896 Jan 8

Knocknagoney

12 February Letters of Admin of the estate of William JACKSON late of Knocknagoney Co Down, farmer who died 8 January 1896 at Ballymachan near Ballymagoney granted at Belfast to William TROTTER of Craigavad Co Down, farmer, Cousin German EFFECTS: £123 0s 5d. NOTE: Hollywood Graveyard. He was a son of William JACKSON (1790-1862) and Mary (1782-1866). Parish of Holywood, Castlereagh Lower. Holywood Graveyard: Erected by William JACKSON of Knocknagoney in memory of his father William JACKSON who died 5th April 1852 aged 62 years. Also his mother Mary JACKSON who died 3rd Nov 1866 aged 84 years. Also his sister Mary JACKSON who died 12th November 1881. Also his sister Margaret JACKSON who died 29th Oct 1885. Also his sister Jenny JACKSON who died 8th April 1888. The above William JACKSON died 8th Jan 1896.

John

1839

Lisbarnet

 

Michael 1709 Lisburn Apparently there is a will probated in 1710, but I have not seen it. He was the husband of Mary JACKSON who died in 1717. NOTE: Although Lisburn is in Co. Antrim, it is on the border of Co. Down, and there are enough connections that I am including them here.

Mary

1717 Mar 1

Lisburn

PRONI T808/8242 Connor will made 1 March 1716/1717, proved 12 November 1717. Mary JACKSON of Lisburn, County Antrim widow, to be buried in Derryaghy church, all to only child Mary JACKSON, if she dies a minor then to brother Richard PEERS, children of dead brother Edward PEERS and children of brother-in-law Valentine JONES, clothes to sister-in-law Jane PEERS and my aunt BLACKER the executor. Witness: Penelope MERRIFIELD. Administration to Valentine JONES of Lisburn in trust for Mary JACKSON minor daughter of testatrix. Connor administration bond signed 2 November 1717 by Valentine Jones and Samuel CLOSE, both of Lisburn. That said JONES will truly administer above will. NOTE: Although Lisburn is in Co. Antrim, it is on the border of Co. Down, and there are enough connections that I am including them here.

Michael

1734

Lisburn

Apparently there is a will probated in 1734, but I have not seen it. He was the son of Mary JACKSON who died in 1717. NOTE: Although Lisburn is in Co. Antrim, it is on the border of Co. Down, and there are enough connections that I am including them here.

Andrew 

1875 Dec 24

Lisowen

The Will of Andrew Jackson late of Lisowen County Down Farmer deceased who died 24 December 1875 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of John Ellison of Lisowen Farmer the Executor. Effects under £20.  NOTE: Parish of Saintfield, five children: James JACKSON, Sarah JACKSON,  Mary Anne JACKSON Agnes JACKSON Margaret JACKSON. WITNESS: Andrew JACKSON Dec 18, 1875. Proved in Dromore. NOTE: Judging by naming patterns, I suggest he was related to William JACKSON, age 44 in 1901 – a Presbyterian farmer at Lisowen, with 6 sons and 2 daughters.

Samuel

1882 Aug 3

Londonderry

The Will of Samuel Jackson late of Limavady County Londonderry Esquire J.P. deceased who died 3 August 1882 at same place was proved at Londonderry by Sarah Jackson of Nut Grove Seaford County Down Widow one of the Executors. NOTE: See her death 1913 May 13

Elizabeth

1779

Magheradrool

Wife of Hugh REA. Saintfield Church of Ireland Graveyard p84 REA [Horizontal stone on the ground in modern REA railed enclosure]. Here lyeth the body of David REA of Maharynock Hill who departed this life 16 0f March 1754 aged 82 years. & also his son Hugh REA of said place who departed this life ye 2 of June 1759 aged 42 years. Likewise the body of his son David REA who departed this life Janry 3rd 1770 aged 13 years. Also the remains of Elizabeth REA otherwise JACKSON wife to ye above Hugh REA, who died Octbr ye 8th 1779 aged 62 years. Here lyeth ye body of Catherine REA otherwise BARNETT wife to Matthew REA who departed ye life ye 2nd of January 1781 aged 68 years.

George

1798

Magheradrool

The townland of Magheradrool is in the Parish of Magheradrool, Barony of Kinelarty. He was a farmer murdered during the 1798 Uprising.

Rachel

1834

Magherdrool

Executor was John Smyth of Ballymacarn

James

1711

Newtownards

I have transcribed this will - son of John JACKSON (1624-1679). Parish of Kilbrony, Barony Upper Iveagh, Upper part – or else within Newtownards, Parish of Newtownards, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Thomas

1713

Newtownards

Thomas JACKSON (1679-1713), an innkeeper and a son of John JACKSON (1624-1679) [NOTE: His father John is the one whom I have decided was actually a Robert. The initial research came from secondary sources, and included a son Isaac b 1733. I have discarded that, and now believe that the Thomas JACKSON whose will was probated in 1713 had no children. See Derek Beatties History of Newtownards:: Jackson, Thomas - 30th. December 1712 - Will written - Probated 5 May 1713.  Thomas JACKSON of Newtown in Ards Barony in County Down innholder "Innkeeper"  to be buried in Mevilla [aka Movilla] churchyard. All to executor's wife Janet JACKSON alias LINDSAY for life. Then in sixth equal parts between my wife’s three sisters and my own sister and my own two brothers, William and Robert JACKSON. Bible to my friend Gilbert JACKSON. Executor's wife. Overseers Gilbert JACKSON of Newtown, County Down Tanner. And James JACKSON of Dunlady in Dundalk Parish [sic – Parish of Dundonald] County Down. Witnesses James SMART Senior; James SMART  Junior; and James THOMPSON. Codicil 30 January 1712 wife's sister Margaret and wife's niece Jane BURGESS. ]. Parish of Kilbrony, Barony Upper Iveagh, Upper part – or else within Newtownards, Parish of Newtownards, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Janet

1717

Newtownards

Janet LINDSAY Widow of Thomas JACKSON (1679-1713). Parish of Kilbrony, Barony Upper Iveagh, Upper part – or else within Newtownards, Parish of Newtownards, Barony Castlereagh Lower. See Derek Beatties History of Newtownards:

John

1716

Newtownards

Parish of Kilbrony, Barony Upper Iveagh, Upper part – or else within Newtownards, Parish of Newtownards, Barony Castlereagh Lower.

Gilbert

1723

Newtownards

Son of John JACKSON (1639-1716) of Ballyskea.

Movilla Graveyard: Jackson Here lyeth the body of James Jackson late provist of Newton who departed this life 25 Nov 1711  aged 63 years. Here also lieth the body of Gilbert Jackson of Newton, tanner, who departed this life 22 Sep 1723  aged 46 years. Annas Kell who departed this life  Sep1766  aged 87 years & 9 of their children viz., Hugh, Jane, Grizell,Sarah, John, Mary, Jane, James & Annas. The only surviving child is Jane who is now wife to John Moor of Drumon, county Tyrone.

Alexander

1742

Newtownards

PRONI T808/8245 Down will made 7 October 1742 proved 22 November 1742. Alexander JACKSON of Newtown parish County Down. Son John JACKSON; daughters Margaret JACKSON; Grizel JACKSON; and Mary JACKSON. Executors wife Jean McDufe. Witnesses: Richard Scott; William Stewart; James JACKSON. Indoors Newtown. Inventory 22 November 1762 of goods of Alexander JACKSON of Newtown.

John

1797

Jul

Newtownards

Parish of Newtownards which is in both Barony Castlereagh Lower as well as Barony of Ards Lower. From Derek Beatties History of Newtownards:

Newtownards Masonic Lodge 447.  Erected by his wife. Jackson, John an innkeeper - July 1797 - Taken from the Belfast Newsletter of 4th. August 1797 - "In Newtownards a few days ago, Mr. John Jackson of that place; it is sufficient to say he was a tender husband, a fond father, a sincere and affectionate friend, a good neighbour and a truly honest man."
3 of his children James, Victor and William
Jackson, Ann - 24th. October 1829 aged 70 [NOTE: b. abt 1759]- Wife to above John Jackson See probate of daughter Margaret: 11th. March 1836 aged 41

Ann

1829 Oct 24

Newtownards

Wife of John JACKSON d 1797. She was age 70, hence b abt 1759. She had run the inn-keeper business of her husband after his death.

Hugh

1833

Newtownards

Likely related to earlier JACKSONs in Newtownards.

Jane

1833

Newtownards

Als Robinson Likely related to earlier JACKSONs in Newtownards.  NOTE: See Probate of Margaret JACKSON 1703, Belfast.

Margaret

1836 Mar 11

Newtownards

Margaret (abt 1795). Daughter of John (-1797) and Ann (1759-1829)

John 

1869 Mar 2

Newtownards

Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the personal estate of John Jackson late of Mill-street Newtownards County Down Farmer deceased who died 2 March 1869 at same place were granted at Belfast to James M'Cormack of Bridge-street Newtownards aforesaid Labourer a Nephew and one of the Residuary Legatees. NOTE: Nephew James HALL; Niece Eliza LINDSAY, wife of Thomas LINDSAY; niece Alice BROWNLEE; niece Margaret CARLIN. John HALL son of late Nephew John HALL; sister Jane HALL. Parish of Newtownards which is in both Barony Castlereagh Lower as well as Barony of Ards Lower. NOTE: Mill Street is where Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723) had his tannery. His only surviving daughter then leased land in Newtownards to Gilbert JACKSON (1717- aft 1740) of Ballymascaw. This 2nd Gilbert had a son, James JACKSON of Ballymescaw.

Thomas 

1885 May 15

Newtownards

The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Newtownards County Down Labourer who died 15 May 1885 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend William M’Ilwrath Presbyterian Minister and James Jackson Draper both of Newtownards the Executors. Effects 209 6s. NOTE: brother John JACKSON; sister Jane CRAWFORD otherwise JACKSON and brother James JACKSON of Newtownards. Sister Eliza JACKSON; sister Mary JACKSON … Presbyterian congregation. Parish of Newtownards which is in both Barony Castlereagh Lower as well as Barony of Ards Lower.

William

1924 Oct 31

Newtownards

A spirit merchant of South Street - H
18th. December 1924 - Jackson William of South Street Newtownards county Down spirit merchant died 31 October 1924 at University Street Belfast Probate Belfast 18 December to Robert Irvine taxi proprietor and John Kennedy draper. Effects £5096.2s.3d. NOTE: An earlier John JACKSON of Newtownards who died 1797 was an innkeeper.

Sarah 

1913 May 13

Nutgrove

Administration of the Estate of Sarah Jackson late of Nutgrove County Down Widow who died 13 May 1913 granted at Belfast to David George McCAMMON. Effects £1,594 8s 2d. NOTE: In 1901 Census she was age 66 and living with her brother David G. McCAMMON age 49, and her 2 unmarried sisters Ellen McCAMMON age 68 and Mary Anne McCAMMON age 70. There is a B&B there now, on Nutgrove Rd., west of Downpatrick It is in the townland of Annadorn, Parish of Loughinisland, Barony Kinelarty.

Sarah 

1913 May 13

Nutgrove

Administration of the Unadministered Estate of Sarah Jackson late of Nutgrove County Down Widow who died 13 May 1913 granted at Belfast to Ellen McCannon Spinster (Former Grant 16 July 1913). Effects £1,706 2s. 0d. There is a B&B there now, on Nutgrove Rd., west of Downpatrick. It is in the townland of Annadorn, Parish of Loughinisland, Barony Kinelarty.

Sarah 

1913 May 13

Nutgrove

2 June 1916 Administration of the Unadministered Estate of Sarah Jackson late of Nutgrove County Down Widow who died 13 May 1913 granted at Belfast to William McCOMMON Accountant (Former Grant 16 July 1913 & 15 July 1914). Effects £1,649 4s. 11d. There is a B&B there now, on Nutgrove Rd., west of Downpatrick. It is in the townland of Annadorn, Parish of Loughinisland, Barony Kinelarty.

Stevenson 

1916 Jan 21

Portadown, Co Armagh

Probate of the Will of Stevenson Jackson late of Montagu Street Portadown County Armagh Brick Manufacturer who died 21 January 1916 granted at Armagh to Rachel Smith Married Woman. Effects £229 5s. 8d. NOTE: Wife Rachel JACKSON; brother Moses JACKSON. (I am not sure why it was listed under Co. Down).

William

1831

Quintinaglare

Quintinaglare is apparently about 2 miles from Saintfield.

John

1843

Quintinaglare

His will is at PRONI: D366/631 I have yet to research it. Quintinaglare is apparently about 2 miles from Saintfield.

Sarah

AND

Samuel

1846 Feb 1

AND

1869 Nov 29

Raffery aka Raffrey

The family had an earlier presence in the townland: Raffrey Graveyard: [In railed enclosure] Erected by James JACKSON, in memory of his mother Sarah JACKSON who died 1st February 1846 aged 43 years. Also his father Samuel JACKSON who died 29th November 1869 aged 62 years.

William 

1871 Aug 18

Raffery aka Raffrey

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Raffery County Down Gentleman a Bachelor deceased who died 18 August 1871 at same place were granted at Belfast to Eliza Jane Jackson (Wife of William Jackson of Raffery (Killinchy) aforesaid Farmer) a Sister and one of the next of kin of said deceased. Effects under £200. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

John 

1886 Dec 21

Raffrey

The Will of John Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 21 December 1886 at same place was proved at Belfast by David S. Jackson Grocer and Eliza Jane Jackson Widow both of Raffrey two of the Executors. Effects £362 9s 5d. NOTE: Youngest daughter Maggie; youngest boy Robert James ; daughters Ellen Elizabeth & Anne ; son David D. ; daughter Mary Jane; two eldest boys William John & Samuel George; neighbour Hugh JACKSON. Wife Eliza Jane JACKSON and son David D. JACKSON executors. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper. In 1901 Samuel G. JACKSON, age 38 Presbyterian farmer and his sister Mary J. JACKSON age 40 lived at Raffery.

James 

1891 Feb 26

Raffrey

The Will of James Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Retired Farmer who died 26 February 1891 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend John Woods Gibson Presbyterian Minister and John Jackson Farmer both of Raffrey the Executors. Effects £287 10s NOTE: Son John JACKSON of Raffrey; wife Jane JACKSON; son John JACKSON Raffrey; daughter Mary Jane COOPER, Balloo; son James JACKSON; [son?] Franciscio JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census, John JACKSON age 62, an unmarried Presbyterian farmer was living at Raffery with niece Jane C. COOPER. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Hugh 

1904 May 9

Raffrey

Probate of the Will of Hugh Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 9 May 1904 granted at Belfast to William John Jackson Farmer and Thomas Shaw Carpenter both of Raffrey. Effects £160. NOTE: Nephew Thomas SHAW. NOTE: In 1901 Census Hugh JACKSON is age 76, an unmarried Presbyterian farmer living with nieces and nephews. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Grace 

1906 Oct 4

Raffrey

Probate of the Will of Grace Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Widow who died 4 October 1906 granted at Belfast to John Spence Farmer and Thomas Shaw Carpenter. Effects £96 15s. NOTE: Son Samuel ROBINSON; son George ROBINSON; daughter Rebecca; daughter Ellen JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census, Grace is age 78, a Presbyterian widow farmer, and daughter Ellen is age 38, a seamstress. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Ellen Ritchie 

1907 May 27

Raffrey

Probate of the Will of Ellen Ritchie Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Spinster who died 27 May 1907 granted at Belfast to William M'Bratney Farmer and The Reverend John N. M. Legate Presbyterian Minister. Effects £92. NOTE: To sister Rebecca PEPPER of 129 Diamond St. Hudson; half brothers George ROBINSON & Samuel ROBINSON. See will of Grace JACKSON, mother of Ellen Ritchie JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census she lived unmarried, age 39, with her unmarried brother John, age 52, a farmer. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

John 

1910 Apr 26

Raffrey

Probate of the Will of John Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 26 April 1910 granted at Belfast to William Morrow and William John Martin Farmers. Effects £76 15s. 0d. NOTE: IN the 1901 Census there are 2 John  JACKSONs in Raffery, unmarried – one age 52, one 62. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Samuel George 

1911 Sep 20

Raffrey

Probate of the Will of Samuel George Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 20 September 1911 granted at Belfast to William Jackson and Thomas T. McCreery Farmers. Effects £380 15s. 0d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census, he was an unmarried Presbyterian farmer age 38 living with his unmarried sister, Mary J JACKSON. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

David John 

1877 Jun 17

Strandtown

The Will (with one Codicil) of David John Jackson late of Strandtown County Down Commercial Traveller deceased who died 17 June 1877 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of George Glover and James Ferguson both of Belfast County Antrim Commercial Travellers and Robert Hill of Downpatrick County Down Inland Revenue Officer the Executors. NOTE: son William Kay JACKSON (under age of majority); two brothers Henry B. JACKSON & George JACKSON. Effects under 1,500. Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh Lower. NOTE: See names under Altona, Standtown.

Robert 

1899 Aug 12

Tullymurry

Probate of the Will of Robert Jackson late of Tullymurry County Down Farmer who died 12 August 1899 granted at Belfast to John Gamble Farmer. Effects £123 11s. 3d. NOTE: Wife Eliza JACKSON; son Samuel JACKSON; son William JACKSON; grandson Robert JACKSON now aged about 5 years, son of William JACKSON; farm of Ringclare NOTE: In 1901, Eliza is a widow age 63, her brother is James BOYD age 68 and her son is Samuel JACKSON age 24. They are all farmers living at Tullymurry. She and her son are Methodist and her brother is Presbyterian. Parish of Donaghmore, Upper Iveagh, Upper part. Ringclare would also be in the Parish of Donaghmore, Upper Iveagh. In 1901 Elizabeth JACKSON is the owner of the house in Ringclare occupied by Henrietta JACKSON, age 29 Roman Catholic born in France, and her sons Robert age 8 Presbyterian and George age 3, Roman Catholic. In 1911, William JACKSON is also there, a Presbyterian farmer age 45. From Ros Davies site, there are two more JACKSONs of Ringclare: John JACKSON of Ringclare, Donaghmore d. Sept 1, 1847; Robert JACKSON will probated 1808.

Robert

1788 Sep 5

Dunmurry, Co Antrim

The Gentleman's and London Magazine: Or Monthly Chronologer, 1741-1794. Rev Robert JACKSON, Minister of Dunmurry and son of Rev. Henry JACKSON of Banbridge (lic Bangor). See also Lisburn site History of Dunmurry Church: Mr. Robert Jackson, who was ordained here on the 11th April 1782. He died on 5th September 1788, leaving a widow and family.

Henry

1795 Feb 26

Seapatrick

Rev Henry JACKSON, Presbyterian Minister, father of Rev. Robert JACKSON. He retired in 1790 from being the minister at Banbridge. See Ros Davies: a distant relation to General Jackson, President of USA; minister 1st Presbyterian/Arian church, Banbridge from 8 Nov 1743 & resigned 6 Jan 1790 ; his daughter married Rev. Nathaniel Shaw in 1789; grandfather of Rev. H. J. Dobbin of Ballymena ; died 26 Feb 1795 leaving a widow & family

 

Jacksons of Co Down will wills proved in England.

Thomas Jackson

1891

3 Sep 1890

Down, Ireland

D 3 Sep 1890 at Altona, Strandtown, Co. Down, Architect. Probate to John GREEVES and Thomas Malcomson GREEVES, merchants & executors. Estate in England: £118 5s

Sarah Jackson

1913

13 May 1913

Down, Ireland

d. 13 May 1913 of Nutgrove, Co. Down, widow, probate to Ellen McCAMMON, spinster. Effects: £483 2s 6d. [NOTE: Another version Effects £515 18s 9d in England probate to David George McCAMMON, J.P. A 3rd version to William McCAMMON, accountant. Effects £345 6s 3d]

William Jackson

1925

31 Oct 1924

Down, Ireland

Of South St. Newtownards, Co. Down. Probate to Robert IRVINE taxi proprietor & John KENNEDY, draper. Effects £693 15s

William James Jackson

1926

3 Sep 1925

Down, Ireland

Of Tyrella Clough, Co. Down probate to Jane JACKSON, widow, William John JACKSON dairyman & William MOORE druggist’s assistant. Effects £3427 14s 8d.

Jane Jackson

1927

6 Jan 1927

Down, Ireland

Of Craigduff Clough, Co Down, widow to Anna REA, spinster. Effects £470 16s 3d.

Elizabeth Jackson

1931

10 Oct 1930

Down, Ireland

Of 112 Antrim Rd, Belfast Rd, died at The Green, Killinchy Woods Crossgar, Co. Down, spinster. To Jane COULTER, married woman. Effects £999 18s 6d

Samuel Jackson

1933

3 Dec 1932

Down, Ireland

Of 22 Prospect Rd., Bangor, Co. Down. Probate to William EDWARDS, bank manager & Arthur Porter TIBBEY, director.

Joseph Leicester Jackson

1934

21 Nov 1933

Down, Ireland

Of Seaview Warrenpoint, Co. Down. Probate to Blanche JACKSON, widow. Effects  £40 2s in England

Frances Elizabeth Kathleen Jackson

1939

10 Nov 1938

Down, Ireland

of Military Hospital, Knocknagarey, Holywood, Co. Down, spinster. Admin to James Whitestone JACKSON. Effects £2815 12s

Joseph Peter Jackson

1939

21 Jan 1939

Down, Ireland

Of Aughnaleck, Lisburn, Co. Down. Died at Lisburn Districy Hospital. Probate to Peter Lamont TINTI, commercial traveller. Effects £506 5s in England.

Margaret Ida Jackson

1942

20 Oct 1941

Down, Ireland

Of Anchor Lodge, Newcastle, Co. Down. Probate to Annie Enid SCOTT, widow. Effects £256 10s in England. Sealed Liandudno.

John Jackson

1943

30 Jan 1943

Down, Ireland

Of Barnemaghery, Crossgar, Co. Down Probate to David GIBSON accountant, Mary JACKSON, spinster & Samuel Orr JACKSON, merchant. Effects £438 2s 9d in England. Sealed Liandudno.

Thomas George Jackson

1943

28 Jan 1943

Down, Ireland

Of 65 Brunswick Rd., Bangor, Co. Down. Died at The District Hospital, Newtownards, Co. Down. Administration to Mary Anne JACKSON, widow. Effects £377 10s in England.

Mary Jackson

1953

20 Feb 1952

Down, Ireland

Aka Minnie, of Barnamaghery, Crossgar, Co. Down, spinster. Probate to John DICKSON, farmer & David GIBSON, accountant. Effects £344 11s 5d in England.

Mary Jane Hamilton Jackson

1955

30 Sep 1954

Down, Ireland

Of Loughry, Helens Bay, Co. Down died at Purdysburn Hospital, Co. Down. Probate to Maureen Creighton GABBEY, married woman & Hugh Maurice GABBEY, bank official. Effects 11914 18s 3d in England.

Robert Best Jackson

1958

22 Apr 1958

Down, Ireland

Of 21 Hazeldene Ave., Bangor, Co. Down. Probate to Aubrey Robert Best JACKSON, medical doctor, and David SWAN, bank official. Effects £6823 14s 10d in England.

Edith Radcliffe Jackson

1959

19 Dec 1958

Down, Ireland

Of 68 Warren Rd., Donaghadee Co Down, spinster. Probate to Ethel Gertrude JACKSON, spinster. Effects: £ 3 13s 5d in England.

Moffatt Jackson

1962

31 Dec 1960

Down, Ireland

Of 60a Ballyholme Esplanade, Bangor, Co. Down Probate to Ulster Bank. Effects: £185 12s 9d

William Frederick Jackson

1962

13 Dec 1961

Down, Ireland

Of 31 Donaghee Rd., Bangor, Co. Down, died at Bangor Hospital. Probate to William Herbert JACKSON, bank clerk. Effects: £8067 8s 10d

Agnes Mckee Jackson

1963

18 Nov 1961

Down, Ireland

Of The Forest, Old Dundonald Road, Co. Down, spinster. Probate to Anna Isobel JACKSON, spinster. Effects £1245 17s in England.

Agnes Jane Jackson

1964

19 Oct 1963

Down, Ireland

Of Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down, spinster. Probate to William JACKSON, farmer. Effects: £350 in England.

 

 

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