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I have two requests of readers. Firstly, this is a 30 page document and I have had to wrestle with some aspects of getting it onto a readable page. Please let me know if it works for you. Secondly, If you have trees that link any of the earlier names to more recent ones, I would love to learn more.
NOTE: I have not interpolated data from the 1901 Census since it seemed to shed no significant new light on what I already had.

Sharon Oddie Brown. June 3, 2010
Updated June 18. Note on 1759 & 1859.

 

JACKSONs in Co. Carlow & Co. Wicklow

 

I am choosing to group these two counties together because there seems to be a high degree of overlap. In time, I will add to this - in particlar with respect to references to what family of JACKSONs these people belong to.

 

Year

Notes

1668

WILL ABSTRACTS IN THE LANE-POOLE PAPERS By Mihail Dafydd Evans

HUMFRE, John of Dunard, Co. Wicklow, gent, dated 1 December 1665, proved Dublin

diocese 4 February 1668, Ms. 7229, pi5. He leaves to his wife Thomas in his house henhouse and old garden and her lands in Queens Co. and Dunard and ' all my househols goods and ye mare commons, my wifes mar with her two followers and ye gray nagg which was under ye black maire, her saddle nagg and six of my choise cowes and my cittle bull and two of my choise two year old heffiers and two yearling and £10, to be discounted not of her first years annuity and the tuition of her young son Thomas beseeching her to keep him at school until he be fifteen years old or professed. To Margaret Humfrey, widow, late wife of my brother Gorman Humphry, deceased, the house backside where she now dwelleth and the grazing of sixteen head of cattle upon the commons of Dunard. To John Humphry my son and heir the lease of Dunard, son Gorman Humphry for his 'chides porcon' £194 and I stand bound with John Lyson for payment of £450 to said Gorman'. Names Mary, his daughter, wife of John Jackson, gent and also William, Edward, Henry and Thomas, his sons. Appoints John Humphry, his son and heir, as executor. Witnesses John, Edward and Thomas Humphry (proved by Sir John Humphry and Edward Humphry). [Note: Tracing of signature appended.]

1671

ThiS (sic) Stone is Erected by Jacob Jackson for Him Self & his Family Here Lyeth the bodys of JameS Jackson Who Departed thiS Life Febry the 6th 1760 AGED 89 [estimated birth = 1671] and Ann Jackson hiS Wife Departd Septmbr the 22nd 1768 AGd 87. (Denis Cullen is named on the stone as the maker which also has several ( trademark) images engraved) SOURCE: cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

1681

ThiS (sic) Stone is Erected by Jacob Jackson for Him Self & his Family Here Lyeth the bodys of JameS Jackson Who Departed thiS Life Febry the 6th 1760 AGED 89 and Ann Jackson hiS Wife Departd Septmbr the 22nd 1768 AGd 87. [est birth= 1681] (Denis Cullen is named on the stone as the maker which also has several ( trademark) images engraved) SOURCE: cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

1708

Deed: 114-234-78765 JACKSON-DEAKER or DEACON Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

BUNBURY-JACKSON

Between Richard JACKSON Esq. Only son & heir of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin Esq. Esq. Deceased of 1st part & William DEAKEN of City of Dublin ... former lease made by Richard JACKSON deceased [?] of same city Esq. ... held lease of 50 years 29 Sept 1708 for yearly rent £26 the lease since legally come to William DEAKEN ... re: Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin ... egress to the Sugar House ... lease Vicars Chorall of St. Patricks Church, Dublin ...WITNESS: John DEAKEN City of Dublin, Gent & Gilbert ALLASON Thomas CONWAY Servent to William DEAKEN.

1708

Richard JACKSON’s descendants later moved to Ballitore (with William BARCROFT & John PIM. They became involved in agriculture and Mountmellick soon became the leading Quaker colony outside of Dublin. .... The access of Quakers to land in Co. Kildare and Co. Carlow was twofold; either they acquired it by grant as in the case of ex-Cromwellian soldiers, or those who objected to this practices (as in the case of General William Barcroft, who refused a grant of land as it had been acquired by the sword) on religious ground settled on land hitherto uncultivated. NOTE: earlier version of Ballitore was recorded as the townland of Ballitoivre. The geographic location of Carlow monthly meeting district extended from the town of Athy in south Co. Kildare to Tullow in Co. Carlow, Its development followed the course of the river Barrow and later it extended eastwards to encompass the newly established village of Ballitore in the early eighteenth century. This triangular-shaped region incorporated the four adjoining baronies ... Narragh and Reban in Co. Kildare. Where a meeting house was built in Athy and Ballitore in 1708; and Kilkea and Moone where a meeting house was built at Castledermot. In Co. Carlow meeting-houses were built at Newgarde (later Carlow) and Newtown in the barony of Idrone, and lastly at Kilconner, in 1678 in the barony of Forth. Graveyards were built in Newgarden and Ballykeally in Co. Carlow and at Ballitore in Co. Kildare.

...10 of the original Cromwellian planters (four of whom were ex-Cromwellian soldiers) settled during the first period, 1650-1675. They did not make a significant impact on the area, as five of the original families had left the area by 1700, and by 1725 all their surnames had disappeared from the Quaker registers.

.... Robert Lecky land transactions

 ... The other Quakers such as ... and Jacksons faded into oblivion – presumably they migrated or married non-Quakers, with resulted in their disownment. Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society 1991 Vol 17 #1Quakerism in the Carlow/Kildare Area 1650-1850 p133

1710

Deed 8-59-1771 JACKSON, Thomas City of Dublin. Lease of properties in By & Co Carlow, 41 years after the termination of the lease dated 8 Jun 1696 from Sir Richard STEPHENs (deceased) to Benjamin BUNBURY (late of Killerick, Co. Carlow), which will be 25 Mar 1716, £200 pa. Thomas BUNBURY of Killerick, Co. Carlow. Mention of Richard JACKSON. Will. NOTE: The Jackson family tree of Coleraine makes this deed interesting. It is likely that Rose JACKSON married Thomas BUNBURY and so another member of the family in the same neck of the woods would not be surprising. I have yet to read this deed.

1723

LECKY to JACKSON Registered the 21st of January 1723 at 4 a clock in the afternoon. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1723JACKSONtoLECKY.html

This Deed involves the transfer of land from a James LECKY to a Thomas JACKSON, a merchant of the City of Dublin. The land in question is in the townland of Rathcrogue, Co. Carlow. Although hunches may prove to be red herrings, this may still turn out to be one of the missing links to the JACKSONs who precede our last known relative, George JACKSON (1718-1782).

1727

Deed: 114-24-77686 BAYLY, John-JACKSON 1730-1745 NOTES in 2009 diary.

Between John BAYLY of Ballyneclogh Esq. Of 1 part & Thomas WATTERS of Spinansing Co. WICKLOW ... Joseph JACKSON & John JACKSON both of Watterstown, Co. Carlow of the other part ... demised to T WATTERS, Joseph JACKSON John JACKSON the town and lands of Williamstown in Barony of Rathvilly, as it held by Messrs William & Thomas BUNBURY [NOTE: See Turtle BUNBURY web site] of Lisnaveagh, Co. Carlow ... 3 lives ... Captain Walter MURRAY ... rent £237.16.4 WITNESS: Patrick BRYAN, Coolemaderahiny, Co. Wicklow; John BROWN of Mount Neal, Co. Carlow & Richard DEASE, City of Dublin, Gent. NOTE: There is still a Thomas Jackson In Williamstown in the 1911 Census.

1730

AGHOLD: Baptism 1730 Jos. of Tho Jackson & Hannah March 28th.

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1732

Deed: 74-21-50840 JACKSON Francis of Duddington, Co Northton [Northamptonshire] Indented deed, Assignment John ROSE Esq. Of Catherstock, Co. Northton made over to John CROKER, Gent of Dublin City all that the manor or lordship of Mountkenny + other lands in Co Wicklow for residue of term from L + R of 3 Jun 1730 NOTE: I have yet to read this deed, but since the JACKSON line that I am tracing came from Northamptonshire (in one version), it will be worth following the Duddington JACKSONs. I plan to assemble a tree soon (June 2, 2010).

1733

William JACKSON Vicar of Rathcoole SOURCE: Mercer's School Rathcoole & Castleknock, Co. Dublin Author(s): Michael Quane Source: The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Vol. 93, No. 1 (1963), pp. 9 -35 Published by: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.

1733

AGHOLD: Buried 1733 Elizabeth Jackson wife of Thomas Coolennoe January 31

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1734

John JACKSON of Ravilly, Co. Carlow, farmer & Susan BEVINS of Tull, Co. Kildare spr 25 Nov 1734. SOURCE: Stephen EAGER June 21, 2005 email from a book of Marriage Licenses 1661-1750 from FILM 100167.

1738

AGHOLD: Baptism 1738(9) Hannah of Thomas Jackson & Hannah Mar 6th.

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1743

Deed: 113-186-77925 JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Repeats much of the family detail in other BUNBURY-JACKSON deeds re sale of rectories of Kiltagan, etc. The only addition is the description of “being in the Co. Of Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlough [aka Carlow].

1743

Deed: 114-41-77922 JACKSON-STEEL 1730-1745

Between Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq. Eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURRY late of the city & Ann BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of the city, widow & relict of the sd Thos BUNBURY/ to Richard STEEL rector of Church of Killenure otherwise Killenor ... Co. Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlogh...

1743

Deed: 114-44-77924 JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Edmund BUNBURY attorney... Thomas BUNBURY his father & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON her assigns ... natural lives of said Thomas BUNBURY & Benjamin BUNBURY the second son of Thomas BUNBURY late Cloghno Esq. Deceased who was grandfather of the said Edmond BUNBURY ... townland of Carnavonan was made by James BUTLER late of Garryhundon Esq. Since deceased to said Thomas BUNBURY Esq. Since deceased ... Edmond BUNBURY paid Richard STEELE £1474 to Thomas BUNBURY (father of Edmond) for absolute purchase .... of 3 rectories of Killpipe, Killinue & Kiltegan. WITNESS: James CANE & John ALLEN both of City of Dublin, Gents.

1743

Deed: 114-234-78765 JACKSON-DEAKER or DEACON Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

BUNBURY-JACKSON

Between Richard JACKSON Esq. Only son & heir of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin Esq. Esq. Deceased of 1st part & William DEAKEN of City of Dublin ... former lease made by Richard JACKSON deceased [?] of same city Esq. ... held lease of 50 years 29 Sept 1708 for yearly rent £26 the lease since legally come to William DEAKEN ... re: Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin ... egress to the Sugar House ... lease Vicars Chorall of St. Patricks Church, Dublin ...WITNESS: John DEAKEN City of Dublin, Gent & Gilbert ALLASON Thomas CONWAY Servent to William DEAKEN.

1745

The ancestor of this family came from Co. York in Cromwell's army and was granted lands in Co. Carlow for his services. This estate called Mount Leinster was sold in 1745 by his descendant, George Jackson who settled at Urker, Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh. NOTE: Blin's notes say "The Jacksons came to Ireland with Cromwell (or so grandfather believed) & were given large grants of land in Co. Carlow & Kilkenny called Mount Leinster, (Borris).

1745

JACKSON-FOTTERALL or TOTTERALL 1730-1745

Deed between Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent & Amy JACKSON otherwise MURPHY his wife of the part & John TOTERALL of sd city Gent ... townlands of Three Castles in Lordship of Blessington CO. Wicklow....

1745

AGHOLD: 1745 Baptism of Mary of Danl and Mary Jackson, May 5th.

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1758

#134 DONOUGHMORE

 Erected by John Jackson, Esquire, Spynan for his father and mother John Jackson d 6 Dec, 1848 age 90 [est birth = 1758] and Mary Jane Jackson d 17 Sept, 1850 age 76 [est birth = 1774] and his daughter Margaret Caroline d 18 Jan 1856 age 4 1/2 yr. [est birth = 1851]

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1759

The Rev. George PHILLIPS. Admitted TCD 1 Mar. 1720/1 aged 17; b. near Dublin B.A. 1725; M.A. 1728. Of Donoughmore, Co. Wicklow. M. 22 Jan. 1759 Jane, dau. of the Rev. Jackson, Preb. of Wicklow. Vicar of Rathcoole, Co. Kildare. Will dated 2 Dec. 1790, pr. 4 Dec. 1790. No evidence yet discovered of any children of the marriage. NOTE: This is Rev. John JACKSON of the Santry JACKSONs line (descendants of Rev. Daniel JACKSON)

1760

ThiS (sic) Stone is Erected by Jacob Jackson for Him Self & his Family Here Lyeth the bodys of JameS Jackson Who Departed thiS Life Febry the 6th 1760 AGED 89 [estimated birth = 1671] and Ann Jackson hiS Wife Departd Septmbr the 22nd 1768 AGd 87. (Denis Cullen is named on the stone as the maker which also has several ( trademark) images engraved) SOURCE: cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

1762

AGHOLD: 1762, Baptism of Margaret of Lancelot and Abigail Jackson March 20 SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1764

# 135 DUNLAVIN, Church of Ireland Jackson - see Bond

 Erected by Sarah Bond for husband Luke Bond, and also for his aunt Sarah Jackson d 14 Nov 1848 age 84.[ est birth = 1764]

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1765

John JACKSON was born about 1765 in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. He died on 21 JUN 1798 in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland. He was married to Sarah Esther KERSEY about 1784 in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Sarah Esther KERSEY was born in Ireland. She died in Ireland. John JACKSON and Sarah Esther KERSEY had the following children:

  1. James JACKSON (born in 1787). Aghowle Parish, Coolkeena, County Wicklow, Ireland. D. Lanark, Canada
  2. Launcelot JACKSON (born about 1790). Aghold Parish, Tullow, County Carlow, Ireland. D. Canada
  3. Abigail JACKSON (born about 1797). Aghowle Parish, Coolkeena, County Wicklow d. Canada
  4. Thomas JACKSON (born in 1798). Tullow, Co. Carlow, Ireland d. Canada

1766

Hugh Jackson Protestant Dunganstown, Co. Wicklow. Religious Census 1766

1767

Robert Jackson of Turnpike Road Carlow has his will probated in 1767    

1767

From A List Of Persons Called List Of Residents Gave Wife's Age And # Of Males & Females Also Servants By Sex, Also Professions [est birth = 1767]

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

W Jackson age 60 (could be widow not wife as widows were identified this way

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1769

Finn's Leinster Journal 1769 Births, Marriages and Deaths by H. F. Morris

No. 11. Sat. 4-Wed. 8 Feb. Dublin, 6 Feb. 1769

Married Mr. James Jackson of Spinans, [could this be aka Spynan?] co. Wicklow, to Miss Rachael Needham.

1771

Jackson, Joseph, d. 17 Mar 1836, age: 65yr, [est birth = 1771] Erected by his son John, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1774

Joseph JACKSON Kilmurry, Famer. SOURCE: http://home.people.net.au/~ousie/county_carlow_index_to_leighlin_.htm

1774

#134 DONOUGHMORE

 Erected by John Jackson, Esquire, Spynan [could this be aka Spinans?] for his father and mother John Jackson d 6 Dec, 1848 age 90 [est birth = 1758] and Mary Jane Jackson d 17 Sept, 1850 age 76 [est birth = 1774] and his daughter Margaret Caroline d 18 Jan 1856 age 4 1/2 yr. [est birth = 1851]

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1779

Letter from Richard SHACKLETON to daughter Molly [from Ballitore, 1779]: Your letters are the same date but as puzzling as one of Robert Jackson’s enigmas.

Letter from Richard SHACKLETON to daughter Molly [Tottenham 1771] mention of a young John Jackson – a fellow Quaker. Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society,1918 Vol 8

1782

COUNTY OF CARLOW TO WITT}

The Examinations of Hannah Jackson of Tullow in said County, Servant Woman. http://home.people.net.au/~ousie/Pat_Pursell_Papers_2.htm

1786

Joseph Jackson of Williamstown County Carlow has his will probated in 1786

1788

A General Directory of the Kingdom of Ireland By Richard Lucas

County Carlow

JACKSON, Edward, soap boiler and chandler, Dublin-street. Carlow

1788

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs. SOURCE” PRONI T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1788

Memorial registered 25 Sept 1820 of mortgage of 12 Sept 1820 for £100 by Henry JACKSON of Coolomana, Co. Carlow, farmer to George BARKER of said Coolmana, Co. Carlow Gent part of Coolmana alias Nashes qr 16 ½ acre bounded by River Dereen on North by G. BARKER on East by Ester JACKSON on South & West leased 30 May 1788 at 9s an acre by Esther JACKSON to Samuel JACKSON father of above Henry & his daughter Esther who as wife of Joseph BRIEN has assigned her claim to Henry. Esther JACKSON sr in Feb 1790 assigned the rent to her son Henry. Lands are held on lease of lives forever. WITNESSES: Joseph BRIEN of Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow, farmer; Peter DOHERTY of Tullow, Co. Carlow, writing clerk. Memorial signed by JACKSON. PRONI T808/8261

1788

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs. PRONI. T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1789

From A List Of Persons Called List Of Residents Gave Wife's Age And # Of Males & Females Also Servants By Sex, Also Professions [est birth = 1789]

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

Thomas Jackson 38 Farmer       

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1790

DEED: 755-357-513292 Memorial registered 25 Sept 1820 of mortgage of 12 Sept 1820 for £100 by Henry JACKSON of Coolomana, Co. Carlow, farmer to George BARKER of said Coolmana, Co. Carlow Gent part of Coolmana alias Nashes qr 16 ½ acre bounded by River Dereen on North by G. BARKER on East by Ester JACKSON on South & West leased 30 May 1788 at 9s an acre by Esther JACKSON to Samuel JACKSON father of above Henry & his daughter Esther who as wife of Joseph BRIEN has assigned her claim to Henry. Esther JACKSON sr in Feb 1790 assigned the rent to her son Henry. Lands are held on lease of lives forever. WITNESSES: Joseph BRIEN of Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow, farmer; Peter DOHERTY of Tullow, Co. Carlow, writing clerk. Memorial signed by JACKSON. SOURCE” PRONI T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1791

KIF 7188 Erected by John Jackson of Kilmurrey In Memory of his Father Joseph Jackson died 17th of March 1856 Aged 65 years [est birth = 1791] Also six of my children Robert, Mary, Richard Thomas, Samuel and Henry who died in the first week Of February 1876 The above John Jackson died 15th June 1888 aged 743(sic) years More on the stone but I cannot read it SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1792

Marshall Jackson we have been told emigrated from the Carlow / Wexford region in Ireland to Canada in 1820 we believe on the ship "Commerce". Marshall travelled with Launcelot, Thomas and James Jackson. The father of these three Jackson boys was John Jackson, who served in the Crown Forces in the last battle stand of the rebels at Enniscorthy, County Wexford, at the Battle of Vinegar Hill and was killed on 21 July 1798. It is believed by researchers that Marshall may have been a first cousin to these Jacksons.  Marshall Jackson was born abt. 1792. Email from Lois East NOTE: His first name allegedly came from a neighbour.

1793

From A List Of Persons Called List Of Residents Gave Wife's Age And # Of Males & Females Also Servants By Sex, Also Professions [est birth = 1793]

CARNEW 1839 Thomas Jackson age 46, [est birth = 1793]wife 43, 1M 4F; 1M & 1F servants. SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1794

Volume 475 page 571 number 307935 the memorial register 26 July 1794 of assignment of 12 May 1794 by Henry JACKSON of Newpark, County Wicklow Esq. and his wife Abigail JACKSON alias SALE or LALL to Joseph Callaghan of Dublin city carpenter. Premises at Dolphins Barn Dublin to be held for three lives one being Cruickshank's. PRONI T808/8253

1794

PRONI T808/8253

Volume 484 page 293 number 307899 Memorial registered 24 July 1794 of deed of 21 July 1794. Henry JACKSON of Newpark, County Wicklow Esq. to Richard Massey Hansard of Mistrim in County Glanmorgan Esq. as to tenements in Dolphins Barn and in Dublin city and elsewhere assigned by JACKSON's present wife Abigail by her marriage settlement on her marriage with him to trustees John Hubert Moore and George sall or a lall in trust for herself and for one Richard Cruickshank and if latter should die for JACKSON during her life. With Mrs. Eugenia JACKSON widow and Benjamin Kearney gent, both of Dublin city who both signed Memorial along with Henry JACKSON.

1794

Volume 486 page 223 number 307 400 or more a register 3 July 1794 of assignment of 20 June 1794 for £120 by Henry JACKSON of Newparks, County Wicklow Esq. to Eugenia JACKSON of Birr and Kings County widow. Elizabeth Brown's house and 25 acres in Tulfaris, County Wicklow leased 1 July 1792 by Elizabeth Brown to William Nixon and Henry Gray for 91 years at 2 pounds at £40 which Nixon as surveyor 12 March 1793 assigned to Henry JACKSON who now assigns to Eugenia JACKSON. Witnesses Michael Rutledge and Samuel Barry. The memorial signed by Henry JACKSON. PRONI T808/8253

1795

From A List Of Persons Called List Of Residents Gave Wife's Age And # Of Males & Females Also Servants By Sex, Also Professions [estimated birth = 1795]

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

Henry Jackson 32 SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1795

From A List Of Persons Called List Of Residents Gave Wife's Age And # Of Males & Females Also Servants By Sex, Also Professions FROM A LIST OF PERSONS

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

Henry Jackson 32[estimated birth = 1795]

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1795

From A List Of Persons Called List Of Residents Gave Wife's Age And # Of Males & Females Also Servants By Sex, Also Professions FROM A LIST OF PERSONS

COOLBOY 1839

Jackson, Henry age 44 W 70   -   -  42    5M     5F[estimated birth = 1795]

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1795

#87, CARNEW, Church of Ireland. 
Erected by James Jackson of Carnew, in memory of his wife
Catherine Jackson 22 June, 1837 age 42 yr. [est birth = 1795]
SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1797

Parish

Tenant

Dates

# trees

Landlord

Bull Hill, Davidstown

John Jackson

1817

1700

Thos Jones

Davidstown

Isaac Jackson

1797-1816

1800

Hon Ponsonby Moore

Davidstown

Isaac Jackson

1821

5800

M. of Drogheda

Davidstown

Isaac Jackson

1826

900

Robert Moore

Churchtown Cardington

 

1807

1810

 

1845

1200

600

 

3700

George Bunbury Thomas Bunbury

Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society, 1976-77 Vol 16 # 1, p41. A Register of Trees, Co. Kildare, 1769-1909

1797

Burials, Parish of Carnew 1836+ SOURCE: Annette Code

Catherine Jackson, Carnew d June 26, 1837 age 40 [estimated birth = 1797]

1797

Burials, Parish of Carnew 1836+ SOURCE: Annette Code

John Jackson, Cronyhorn, d March 27, 1877 age 80 [estimated birth =1797]

1797

Burials, Parish of Carnew 1836+ SOURCE: Annette Code

Jane Jackson, Cronyhorn d Oct 30, 1877 age 80 [estimated birth =1797]

1798

Richmond Lunatic Asylum In 1832 - Dublin (Co. Dublin DUB, County, Ireland)   p 185 The Richmond District Lunatic Asylum - For the County and City of Dublin, Counties of Meath, Wicklow and Louth, and the County of the Town of Drogheda. Governors Pursuant to Act of Parliament. Archbishop of Dublin - Lord Brabazon - Henrry White esq - George Moore esq - Frederick Shaw esq - Philip Crampton M.D. Leland Croththwait esq - William English esq - Jos Goff junr esq Rev James Horner - J David LaTouche esq - Wm P Lunell esq -Rob M Peile esq - James M Pike esq - Robert Orr esq - Lord Killeen. Physician - Alex Jackson M.D. Surgeon - And Johnston esq Secretary - W Wainwright esq Manager - S Wrigley esq Accountant - Js Hendrick esq Matron - Mrs C Wrigley Chaplain - Rev A S Adamson Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev Js Monks No Patient can be admitted without a Medical Certificate of Insanity, and an Affidavit of Poverty, which are submitted to the Board of Governors, printed forms of application may be had from the Manager and if applied for by letter must be post paid.

NOTE: an Alexander JACKSON was admitted to Dublin College of Physicians & Surgeons – Belfast Newsletter 23 Nov 1798

NOTE: Also, a Dr. JACKSON is referred to on p307 Vol III of the Drennan-McTier letters. Jean Agnew ed 1999. “I was in error as to the hospitals. I thought all their physicians had salaries. Dr. Jackson I fancy is born to be a very rich man. A relation of his who made a large fortune abroad, and has a good one by houses in Dublin, returned to his native farm house here some years ago with a good character, a son and two daughters. He built a great house on a hill with four rooms on a floor exactly of the same dimensions. They rather avoided company. The son was a Tory who went to Dublin and died there in consequence of vice – then it was said, the ladies would have £50,000 a piece. Young Pottinger thought it would be a good speculation, and ample foundation for horses and dogs. He got acquainted with the father who with the lady, excelling only at the churn and cheese press, wished to be connected to a good family. Things appeared going on well with the help of D. Gordon [uncle of Pottinger] when he was claimed as a husband and father by a pretty girl he ensnared by a sham marriage, and never after appeared at Mr. Jackson’s. The lady dropped – the father with his family is gone to Dublin, would sell his place here and if the Doctor is not married, and will take an ugly vulgar girl, I dare say he may have choice. These Jacksons were decent men, sons of a dissenting minister, and brothers of a long Mrs. Henderson you may remember in Donegall Street. Martha McTIER , Cabin Hill to William DRENNAN, 33 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1805.] Cabin Hill was outside Belfast in Knock – possibly still there?]

NOTE: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/The_Scots_Church.htm Presbyterian Church in Carlow , Co. Carlow. The land was bounded by land owned by HENDERSONs. JACKSONs and HENDERSONs were in the congregation. Carloviana 1993/94

1798

“This ruin was the home of a man named Jackson, who was killed at the fight of Hackettstown in the rebellion. He was the last lived there. Another Jackson, a relative, was taken prisoner by Dwyers men. Dwyer, as a boy, had been much with the Jacksons, and ordered the release of the captives; but though he was allowed to start on his way, he was killed before he got clear of his enemies, and his greyhound was found watching his body the next day.” Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society, 1905 Vol 4 #5 Country Wicklow Archaeological Notes around Kiltegan. By C. Drury

1798

 #81 ARDOYNE (MY NOTE;this is still part of the Fitzwilliam Estate but north of Shillelagh)

Erected by Jane Jackson Black to the memory of her husband Thomas Jackson d 3 Dec, 1854 age 56 [est. Birth = 1798] (Cantwell notes no indication if this is her maiden name or she has remarried)

 SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

Anne Jackson, of Killyans, claimed for horse,cow, furniture, cloaths, 55/1/7 in full

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

John Jackson, Farmer, Donoghmore of Donoghmore Parish, two mares 17/19/2 in full

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

Mary Jackson, Widow of Balintrune, for horse, furn, cloaths 40/9/1 paid 36/19/9

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

Richard Jackson of Humewood, Parish of Kiltgan, norse, provisions, furniture 24/7/3 In full

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

Thomas Jackson, Hillbrook, Carnew, horse, cloaths, profit from cows 52/12/11 in full

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

Thomas Jackson Sr. farmer, Hillbrook, Parish Carnew, horse and cloaths 6/16/6 in full

1798

1798 Rebellion and the claims for damages. SOURCE: Annette Code

William Jackson, farmer, Donoghmore & Donoghmore Parish, house burned, loss of

profits from farm 94/15/3 (no compensation recorded

1798

John Jackson was supposedly a soldier in the Crown forces in the 1798 rebellion who died at Vinegar Hill. His sons James, Lancelot and Thomas and their cousin Marshall Jackson came over to Ontario on the Commerce in 1820. They became farmers in the area of Ottawa and Lanark County. ...Joseph Halpenny was killed in the 1798 rebellion. According to some sources he was killed at Vinegar Hill but according to the Musgrave Papers, Joseph and William Halpenny were taken by rebels from the house of Widow Halpenny at Coolkenno, County Wicklow, and piked to death on July 2, 1798. This was probably in the aftermath of the Battle of Ballyraheen where many members of the Coolkenno Protestant forces died. Numerous Protestants were taken from their homes and piked to death that day. Joseph Halpenny's son, John, married John Jackson's daughter, Abigail. Her cousin, Marshall Jackson, married Keziah Shipman, a cousin of my ancestor, Daniel Shipman. Two generations later my great grandfather, Montague Alexander Buckingham Shipman, married Elicia Halpenny, the granddaughter of David Halpenny. Their sons grew up in Toronto and Hamilton but moved out to Pasadena, California about 1915. We lost touch with the family in Canada and knew almost nothing about the family history in Canada and Ireland until I began researching it a couple of years ago. SOURCE: Email Nov 1, 2004 Sharlene Shipman Baker

Marshall Jackson we have been told emigrated from the Carlow / Wexford region in Ireland to Canada in 1820 we believe on the ship "Commerce".  Marshall travelled with Launcelot, Thomas and James Jackson. The father of these three Jackson boys was John Jackson, who served in the Crown Forces in the last battle stand of the rebels at Enniscorthy, County Wexford, at the Battle of Vinegar Hill and was killed on 21 July 1798. It is believed by researchers that Marshall may have been a first cousin to these Jacksons.    Marshall Jackson was born abt. 1792. There is a family legend about the origins of the name Marshall that has been almost religiously maintained thro' the generations and Canadian Jackson records show many boy babies names Marshall's in the original Marshall descendants. It goes like this: "At some point the Jackson Family in Ireland were living close to an affluent neighbour or landowner. It seems that this person, whose family name was Marshall, lost his only son and heir. At some point, a Jackson son became their substitute son handling much of their work etc. So a deal was struck. If this Jackson boy swore that in his line a male child of every generation would carry the given name of Marshall then he would inherit the estate of the Marshall Family. Whether there is anything to the story or not I cannot say, but that branch of the Jacksons has been almost religious in making certain that there is a Marshall Jackson in every generation." SOURCE: email Lois East

1800

From Bunbury Papers in P.P.P.  County of Carlow . The examinations of Mary Jackson of Lisnava in said County Wife of John Jackson.  Said Mary Jackson being examined and duly sworn upon the holy Evangelists saith that on Sunday the Eleventh Day of May Eighteen hundred she went with a Quarter of Veal before Sunset to the House of Philip Germaine of said Lisnava a farmer and saw there a man and woman decently dressed , whom she does not know further saith that next Day she heard from several people in the Town of Tullow that a party of Rebels had been on said Sunday the 11th of May at the House of said Philip Germaine and further saith not.  (signed)  her    Mary    *X*  Jackson         mark  Sworn before me this Eighteen Day of May Eighteen hundred and said Mary Jackson bound in ten pounds to his Majesty to prosecute said Philip Germaine at next assizes to be held for the County of Carlow. ( signed ) *Edward  Whitty*.  The above named Mary Jackson maketh Oath that she usually resides at Lisnavah in the townland of Lisnavah in the parish of Rathvilly .  Sworn before me this first Day of August 1800. ( signed )* Edward Whitty*.

1800

John Jackson husband of Anne of Woodfield died 1/1/1870 in his 70th year [est birth = 1800] 
Two children died young Wife Anne died 12th Sept 1880 aged 70 [est birth = 1810]
NOTE: Jacksons from Hacketstown are buried in Kiltegan SOURCE: Email Cara Oct. 7, 2008.

1802

John Jackson - Crane SOURCE: Index to Leighlin Administration Bonds 19th Century

1807

Parish of Aghold: Marriages. Pg. 793 1807

 the pages were barely readable, both condition and handwriting

 No.1 John Jackson married Anne Jones 12 Aug. 1807, Joseph Jenkins Curate In the presence of William Johnson Parish of Clough. Co. Wicklow and John Jones Union of Ferns Co. of Wexford Email Barbara Dowling 25 Aug 2008

1807

Parish of Aghold: Marriages. Pg. 793 1807

No.2 William Jackson of parish Clough married Mary Mason of Union of Kilmore Co. Wexford by special license 13 Ag. 1807. Joseph Jenkins Curate solemnized by William Jackson and Mary in the presence of William Johnson Parish of Clough Co. Wexford and John Jones SOURCE: Email Barbara Dowling 26 Aug 2008

1810

#100, KILTEGAN - Jackson - see Ellis

In Memory of John Jackson husband of Anne Jackson, Woodfield d Jan 1, 1870 age 70 yr. and two beloved children died young. Anne d 12 Sept, 1880 age 70 yr. [est birth = 1810] SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1811

WEEKES MARKS, of Behan, in Co. Wicklow, farmer, dat. I March 1811, proved

7 Sept. 1813 at Dublin.

To my grandson Marks Lambert 5 gns. To my grand dau. Mary Callaghan £20. To my son James Weekes 5s. To each of my 3 dau. Hannah Jackson, Mary Mills and Martha Lambert 5s, To Ann Weekes my wife alt my interest in Bahana (sic) and all my household furniture and in case she should die before Madam Richardson, then same to descend to Ann Franklin, Shusan Gilbert and my grand dau. Mary Callaghan, and if Shusan Gilbert die before Madam Richardson her share to her dau. Ann Gilbert. Ann Weekes executrix, and John Tate of Ballina bridge Wicklow trustee. Witnesses: John Tate, Ralph Collins, Mat Piersc. NOTE: Inga Jackson’s family has a male JACKSON- female WEEKS marriage.

1812

to prosecute Edward McGuinness for assault. Joseph Jackson usually resident at Ricketstown, Rathvilly, June 1812 (signed Joseph Jackson)

1814

Submitted by Pat. O' Reagan, Genealogy Course, 10th Sept. 2008.  >From . P.P.P.   Mary Jackson of Hacketstown states on 27th Day of September 1814 she was on her way from Hacketstown to Coolmannah on Monday 29th day of August 1814 on her lawful occassions when she was met by One James Moore of Coolmannah, Farmer, who then and there without any provocation whatsoever did Violently assault and abuse her, he was aided and Encouraged by his Brother John Moore to abuse her. Mary further Saith that John and James Moore and their Sister Sarah Moore of Coolmannah make a Common pratice of Mobing and abusing her and they have thretened her in such a manner that she is in perpetual dread and peril of her life and Afraid to go to that Neighbourhood and where her business often calls her for fear of their associates Mary therefore craves his Majestys Sureties of the peace Against them,  Sworn before me this Day and year above written, (signed) Philip Watters, (signed) Mary Jackson.

1814

*The Examination of Michael Bryan of Lisnevagh, Carlow, by The Rev. John Whitty , Clerk, one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Carlow. Saith that on the Sixteenth of December 1814 a great number of full grown Ash Trees the property of Thomas Bunbury, Esquire having been blown down by the Storm on the Lands of Lisnevagh the Examinant has the Care thereof found some of the trees had been feloniously taken and Carried away and he having had reason to Suspect the same had been so taken by the persons following Examinant went to the House of John Donohue of Little Ballyoliver in Carlow in whose Custody and possession he found a large piece of one of the aforesaid Ash Trees of the value of five Shillings Sterling and which said Donohue Confessed to Examinant belonged to same and offered to send it over to Examinant. Saith he also found in the possession of Hugh Cleary of Little Ballyoliver Concealed under ground two pieces of such Trees of the Value of two Shillings Sterling and which said Cleary in like manner acknowledged were part of such Trees, And being also well informed that another piece of Timber was in the Custody of James Jackson of Lisnavagh Examinant went to said Jacksons whom Examinant found with a Saw in his hand and said Jackson violently threatened Examinant that he would abuse and beat him and which Examinant verily believes said Jackson from his violent behaviour would have done but for the interference of persons present and Saith the Father of said Jackson acknowledged to Examinant that a piece of said Timber Trees was in his place which he desired Examinant to send for ~~~ ( signed) Michael X Bryan, (signed) John Whitty, having first being truly read to the Examinant by J.W. 17th December 1814.*

Latest document Jackson & Whitty:   http://www.igp-web.com/carlow/PP_papers_20.htm

1814

Thomas Jackson and Mary Jackson, his wife, usually resides at Hacketstown, Carlow. 27th September 1814.Email Sept 24 2008

1815

KIF 7188 Erected by John Jackson of Kilmurrey In Memory of his Father Joseph Jackson died 17th of March 1856 Aged 65 years [est birth = 1791] Also six of my children Robert, Mary, Richard Thomas, Samuel and Henry who died in the first week Of February 1876 The above John Jackson died 15th June 1888 aged 743(sic) years [estimated birth = 1815?] More on the stone but I cannot read it SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1819

Submitted by Pat O'Reagan, Genealogy Training, 10th Sept. 2008.   P.P.P.. (copies of documents are available upon payment of copying and postage , I may be contacted off-line)  Francis (sic – I suspect “Frances Jackson”) Jackson of Coolmanna, Carlow wife to Henry Jackson of Coolmanna, Farmer, states on this 18th day of September 1819 after Swearing on the Holy Evangelists that about the Hour of Nine O Clock on the Night of Sunday 12th September 1819 Jane Jackson and Esther Jackson Both of Coolmanna did enter into the dwelling House of the aforesaid and did then and there Feloniously Rob and deprive aforesaid of different articles of wearing apparl Being Worth the Sum of one Pounds five Shillingsand Eleven Pence Sterling and at the same time Jane and Esther Jackson did desperately abuse aforesaid to her Great Danger of Life, (signed) Francis Jackson.18th September 1819.

1820

DEED: 755-357-513292 Memorial registered 25 Sept 1820 of mortgage of 12 Sept 1820 for £100 by Henry JACKSON of Coolomana, Co. Carlow, farmer to George BARKER of said Coolmana, Co. Carlow Gent part of Coolmana alias Nashes qr 16 ½ acre bounded by River Dereen on North by G. BARKER on East by Ester JACKSON on South & West leased 30 May 1788 at 9s an acre by Esther JACKSON to Samuel JACKSON father of above Henry & his daughter Esther who as wife of Joseph BRIEN has assigned her claim to Henry. Esther JACKSON sr in Feb 1790 assigned the rent to her son Henry. Lands are held on lease of lives forever. WITNESSES: Joseph BRIEN of Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow, farmer; Peter DOHERTY of Tullow, Co. Carlow, writing clerk. Memorial signed by JACKSON. SOURCE” PRONI T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1820

In the year 1820 there were two breweries in Baltinglass; but they had disappeared before 1830. One was owned by a William Jackson, who was known by the name Dandy Jackson; he always wore solid gold buttons on his coat and knee breeches. Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society. 1908 Vol 5, No. 5; p38

1820

Memorial registered 25 Sept 1820 of mortgage of 12 Sept 1820 for £100 by Henry JACKSON of Coolomana, Co. Carlow, farmer to George BARKER of said Coolmana, Co. Carlow Gent part of Coolmana alias Nashes qr 16 ½ acre bounded by River Dereen on North by G. BARKER on East by Ester JACKSON on South & West leased 30 May 1788 at 9s an acre by Esther JACKSON to Samuel JACKSON father of above Henry & his daughter Esther who as wife of Joseph BRIEN has assigned her claim to Henry. Esther JACKSON sr in Feb 1790 assigned the rent to her son Henry. Lands are held on lease of lives forever. WITNESSES: Joseph BRIEN of Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow, farmer; Peter DOHERTY of Tullow, Co. Carlow, writing clerk. Memorial signed by JACKSON. PRONI T808/8261

1821

Parish of Aghold: Pg.63 Baptisms 1820+

 John and Jane Jackson son Jas Slye was born May 16, 1821 and Baptised May 25,1821

Pg. 64 1822 Email Barbara Dowling 25 Aug 2008

1821

William Jackson. Williamstown, farmer SOURCE: Index to Leighlin Administration Bonds

1821

John Jackson. Killalish, farmer SOURCE: Index to Leighlin Administration Bonds

1822

Parish of Aghold: Pg.63 Baptisms 1820+

John and Jane Jackson son Joshua was born July 17, 1822 baptised July 23, 1822 Email Barbara Dowling 25 Aug 2008

1822

#87, CARNEW, Church of Ireland.

 Erected by John Jackson (d March 25, 1877) in memory of his son Joshua who d Oct 26, 1834 age 12? [est b. 1822]also son Richard Jackson d July 5, 18 (4?)7 aged 19 and also his son John Jackson d 28 Feb, 1890 age 63 SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1824

Jackson, William, b. 27 May 1824, age: 66yr, h/o Sarah, Knockboy, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1824

The 1824/25 Aghowle Parish,Wicklow Tithe Book has:  1.John Jackson at Coolkenna townland.

1824

The 1824/25 Aghowle Parish,Wicklow Tithe Book has:  2.James Jackson at Barnacashell townland.  The Jacksons should be in the St.Michael's COI parish registers for Aghowle   Parish. However, these are not online nor in the LDS as far as I know.  Launcelot Jackson from Aghowle was son of either of these two men am looking   for which one as I know this is known. Lancelot Jackson c.1850 at Aghowle,Wicklow.

Email Barbara Dowling 25 Aug 2008

1825

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs. PRONI. T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1826

Applotment Book, Parish of Mullinacuff, Diocese of Leighlin, Co. Wicklow TAB32/56

National Archives, Dublin. NOTE: I don’t know the date – but used an approximation of 1826.

Hillbrook

#203 Henry Jackson, 52 A

#206 Thomas Jackson, 70 A

#297 Widow Jackson, 22 A

SOURCE: Annette Code email Aug 26, 2008. Also: Tithe Applotment Books, LDS Films 256,560 to 256,699; sorted by parish. Surnames are indexed in the Householder's Index, LDS Film 919001.

1826

Baptism Samuel of Henry and Martha Jackson born Feb 12 baptism Mar 12,1826

SOURCE: Thu, 1/24/08, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca

1826

John Jackson #7 Windgate Delgany, Co. Wicklow C of I Farmer, Born Co. Carlow. 1911 Census.

1827

FROM A LIST OF PERSONS CALLED LIST OF RESIDENTS

GAVE WIFE'S AGE AND # OF MALES & FEMALES ALSO SERVANTS BY

SEX, ALSO PROFESSIONS [estimated birth = 1795]

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

Henry Jackson 32

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1827

FROM A LIST OF PERSONS CALLED LIST OF RESIDENTS

GAVE WIFE'S AGE AND # OF MALES & FEMALES ALSO SERVANTS BY

SEX, ALSO PROFESSIONS [est birth = 1789]

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

Thomas Jackson 38 Farmer       

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1827

FROM A LIST OF PERSONS CALLED LIST OF RESIDENTS

GAVE WIFE'S AGE AND # OF MALES & FEMALES ALSO SERVANTS BY

SEX, ALSO PROFESSIONS [est birth = 1767]

COOLBOY 1827 Upper called Hillbrooke

W Jackson age 60 (could be widow not wife as widows were identified this way

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1827

#87, CARNEW, Church of Ireland.

 Erected by John Jackson (d March 25, 1877) in memory of his son Joshua who d Oct 26, 1834 age 12? also son Richard Jackson d July 5, 18 (4?)7 aged 19 and also his son John Jackson d 28 Feb, 1890 age 63 [est birth = 1827] SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1827

Maria Jackson, C of I age 84. This was a workhouse for paupers, #8.13 in Newtownsaundery, Baltinglass, Wicklow. She had been married for 57 years [therefore m. Abt 1854] and had 10 children, 7 living. She was resident in the workhouse after an accidental fracture and had been there for 1 ½ years. She was born in Eadestown, Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1828

#87, CARNEW, Church of Ireland.

 Erected by John Jackson (d March 25, 1877) in memory of his son Joshua who d Oct 26, 1834 age 12? also son Richard Jackson d July 5, 18 (4?)7 aged 19 [est birth = 1828] and also his son John Jackson d 28 Feb, 1890 age 63 SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1828

Burials, Parish of Carnew 1836+ SOURCE: Annette Code

Richard Jackson, Tomacork, July 10, 1847 age 19 [estimated birth =1828]

1828

KIF 7181 JACKSON In Memory of William Jackson Of Knockboy Who died 27th May 1884 Aged 56 [est birth = 1828] Years Sleep on Now and take Your Rest Also His wife Sarah Who died 24th May 1900 Aged 58 years [est birth = 1842] SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1831

#87, CARNEW, Church of Ireland.
Thomas Jackson of Cronyhorn, Carnew d 20 May, 1884 age 53 [est birth = 1831]
and also his sister Mary Jane Frederick, widow of James Frederick, Esquire
of Grosvenor Square, Dublin d 9 July, 1899
SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1831

Burials, Parish of Carnew 1836+ SOURCE: Annette Code

Thomas Jackson, Cronyhorn d May 22, 1884 age 53 [estimated birth =1831]

1832

RC Parish of Rathvilly, Co. Carlow

Date:- 5/2/1832

Child:- Bridgt.

Father:- Edward Doyle

Mother:- Bridgt. Kelly

Sponsor 1:- Robt. Jackson

Sponsor 2:- Mary Doyle

Residence:- K~Va

1833

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs. PRONI. T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1834

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs. SOURCE” PRONI T808 Groves Manuscripts Record Office Dublin

1834

subscribers to Lewis Topographical

Rev. John JACKSON, rector of Tullow, Carlow.

P.W. JACKSON Esq. Of Fairy Hill near Bray, Wicklow

1834

Burials, Parish of Carnew 1836+ SOURCE: Annette Code

John Jackson, Tomacork, d May 13, 1838 age 4 [estimated birth =1834]

1834

Ellen Jackson, single  lodger #16 Newtown Vevray Bray #3, Co. Wicklow C of I. 1911 Census.

1835

John Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, Farmer, age 76. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1836

Jackson, Joseph, b. 17 Mar 1836, age: 65yr, [est birth = 1771] Erected by his son John, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1836

KIF 7189 JACKSON Erected By John Jackson of Boley In Loving Memory of My father Thomas Jackson who died at his residence Boley Baltinglass in County Wicklow On the 14th March 1906 In his ?2nd Year [NOTE: need to check when census for 1901 comes out] Also my mother Susan Jackson Who died on the 17th December 1906 Aged 70 Years.[est birth = 1836] SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1837

Baltinglass: Mount Lucas, Co. Wicklow the residence of Capt. Jackson, commanding extensive mountain views and the scenery of the valley. 1837. http://www.from-ireland.net/wick/lewis/btinglass.htm

1837

I have a booklet of names put on a petition to move the Assize Court from Baltinglass to Shillelagh. 
The following Jackson's signed the document in 1837 [SOURCE: Annette Code email Aug 26, 2008]:

James Jackson, Carnew;

Abraham Jackson, Cookenna;

Abraham Jackson, Coolkenna;

James Jackson, Coolkenna;

Henry Jackson, Hillbrook;

1837

William Jackson, born in Co. Kilkenny, Farm Labourer. RC. Husband of Ellen. #16 in Castle Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1837

Peter Jackson.  #8 Borkill Beg, Rathdungan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Age 74. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1837

Martha Jackson age 74 and single. # 13 Marlborough Terrace, Arklow Urban No 1, Wicklow C of I. She also had nieces Mary Elizabeth Warren age 25 and Susan Warren age 22 with her. 1911 Census.

1838

#100, KILTEGAN - Jackson - see Ellis

 William Ellis of Barraderry d 9 March, 1863 age 25, [ est birth = 1838] also his grandfather and grandmother Joseph and Anne Jackson - no dates.

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code. NOTE: These Jacksons are from Hacketstown are buried in Kiltegan SOURCE: Email Cara Oct. 7, 2008.

1839

FROM A LIST OF PERSONS CALLED LIST OF RESIDENTS

GAVE WIFE'S AGE AND # OF MALES & FEMALES ALSO SERVANTS BY

SEX, ALSO PROFESSIONS [est birth = 1793]

CARNEW 1839 Thomas Jackson age 46, wife 43, 1M 4F; 1M & 1F servants

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1839

FROM A LIST OF PERSONS CALLED LIST OF RESIDENTS

GAVE WIFE'S AGE AND # OF MALES & FEMALES ALSO SERVANTS BY

SEX, ALSO PROFESSIONS [estimated birth = 1795]

COOLBOY 1839

Jackson Henry age 44 W 70   -   -  42    5M     5F

SOURCE: Fri, 11/2/07, Annette Code <codeannette@yahoo.ca>

1839

William Jackson, Single, Ironworker, RC. Born Co. Carlow. #16 in Castle Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1839

Elizabeth Jackson wife of John Jackson #7 Windgate Delgany, Co. Wicklow C of I. Born Dublin city – married 51 years 7 children, 4 living. 1911 Census.

1840

Thomas Jackson, Retired farmer, born in Co. Carlow, Irish Church. #15 in Williamstown (Williamstown, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1841

Thomas Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). He was a publican, Smith and Farmer. RC. Age 70. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1841

Mary Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). Wife of Thomas Jackson age 70 Married for 35 years13 children, 8 living. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1841

Eliza Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, wife of John Jackson married 54 years 13 children, 10 living. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1841

Sarah Jane Jackson age 70, servant C of I at #1 Glebe, Wicklow Urban, Co. Wicklow. A widow born in Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1842

NOTE: Public Records in Ireland shows a William JACKSON married a Margaret HAWKINS in 1842. p. 396

 LDS: William JACKSON & Essie HAWKINS m. 16 JUN 1849 Ireland , Ireland

Pearce Library Wm JACKSON m Margaret HAWKINS 1842 p 396

(Index to the Act or Grant Books & original wills ... Dublin 1800-1858

1842

KIF 7181 JACKSON In Memory of William Jackson Of Knockboy Who died 27th May 1884 Aged 56 [est birth = 1828] Years Sleep on Now and take Your Rest Also His wife Sarah Who died 24th May 1900 Aged 58 years [est birth = 1842] SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1842

Ellen Jackson. Born in Co. Carlow, RC. #16 in Castle Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census. [ext birth = 1842]

1842

Hanna Jackson, wife of Thomas Jackson. Hannah was married 38 years and had 5 children, 4 still living.  Husband Thomas was a retired farmer.  Son Samuel Thomas was an unmarried farmer (age 36). All born in Co. Carlow. #15 in Williamstown (Williamstown, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1842

James McCreight Jackson #8 Florence Terrace, Bray, No 2, Co. Wicklow. Superannuated Clergyman. Born Co. Down. C of I. 1911 Census.

1844

Jane Jackson, widow. Jane was married for 47 years and had 5 children born live, 3 still living. All b. Co. Carlow. Church of Ireland. # 1 in Eaglehill (Clonmore, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1847

Groom:- Samuel Cooke
Bride:- Hannah Jackson
Grooms Father:- William Cooke
Brides Father Thomas Jackson
Date of Marriage 18/11/1847
PARISH:-Rathvilly SOURCE: email Cara: Jan 2, 2010.

1847

Charlotte Jane Jackson.  #8 Borkill Beg, Rathdungan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Age 64. Married 43 years to Peter Jackson; 9 children, 7 living. Born Co. Wicklow. 2 granddaughters also resident or visiting. 1911 Census.

1848

Joseph Jackson, Farmer, resides at Williamstown, Carlow, April, 1848 (signed Joseph Jackson) bond with Mark Deering, Farmer, Patrickswell, Rathvilly, charging ..?...O'Neill with illegal entry.

1848

Isaac Jackson, Labourer, Ricketstown, April, 1848. bond with Mark Deering, Farmer, Patrickswell, Rathvilly.charging ...?... O'Neill with illegal entry.

1848

Margaret Jackson, Laundress, widow, Born Co. Carlow. C of I. #16 in Castle Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1849

NOTE: Public Records in Ireland shows a William JACKSON married a Margaret HAWKINS in 1842. p. 396

 LDS: William JACKSON & Essie HAWKINS m. 16 JUN 1849 Ireland , Ireland

Pearce Library Wm JACKSON m Margaret HAWKINS 1842 p 396

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1849

John Jackson #4 Crossnacole, Humewood, Co. Wicklow. Widower, farmer. C of I. Age 62. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1849

Mary Jane Jackson #8 Florence Terrace, Bray, No 2, Co. Wicklow wife of James McCreight Jackson; married 37 years, no children. Born Co. Galway. C of I. 1911 Census.

1851

#134 DONOUGHMORE

 Erected by John Jackson, Esquire, Spynan for his father and mother John Jackson d 6 Dec, 1848 age 90 [est birth = 1758] and Mary Jane Jackson d 17 Sept, 1850 age 76 [est birth = 1774] and his daughter Margaret Caroline d 18 Jan 1856 age 4 1/2 yr. [est birth = 1851]

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1851

Louisa Jackson visitor at #5 Meath Villas, Bray #2, Co. Wicklow age 60. C of I. She was a single retired book-keeper born Co. Tipperary. 1911 Census.

1853

Joseph William Jackson. #4 Kilmurray, Lower Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Born Co. Wicklow. Farmer, Widower, 1911 Census.

1854

Griffiths Valuations

Jackson

John

Kilmurry Lower

Baltinglass

Wicklow

Jackson

John

Woodfieldglen

Baltinglass

Wicklow

Jackson

Joseph

Woodfieldglen

Baltinglass

Wicklow

Jackson

Mary

Kilmurry Lower

Baltinglass

Wicklow

Jackson

Thomas

Boley

Baltinglass

Wicklow

1856

cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

KIF 7188  Erected by John Jackson of Kilmurrey  In Memory of his Father Joseph Jackson  died 17th of March 1856  Aged 65 years  Also six of my childen  Robert, Mary, Richard  Thomas, Samuel and Henry  who died in the first week  Of February 1876  The above John Jackson died 15th June 1888 aged 743 [?]years  More on the stone but I cannot read it

1856

Jacob Frances Samuel Jackson was born in Co Carlow in 1857 and his parents:* Jacob Jackson (son of Peter JACKSON) and Mary Francis Paine (daughter of Wentworth PAINE) were married in Bagenalstown (recorded in Dunleckney, Carlow, Ireland 27 Aug 1856, SOURCE: FHL Film 101374 SOURCE: Inge Jackson NOTE: Jacob Jacksons father Peter Jackson married Susan Dockrell & Peter Jackson's father John Jackson married his 1st Cousin Sarah Jackson. John Jackson's father (first name unknown) Jackson married an S Weeks. I never thought that the Jackson might have landed in Hackettstown via Co. Wicklow.

1856

Sarah Jackson age 55 and single, a servant at #1 Coolattin Park, C of I , born in England. 1911 Census.

1857

Jacob Francis Samuel Jackson, Born Dec. 27th 1857. SOURCE: From Methodist Church register transcribed by Marlborough Clarke Douglas in the PPP. Email Michael Purcell. Feb 3, 2010.

1857

Jacob Frances Samuel Jackson was born in Co Carlow in 1857 and  his parents:* Jacob Jackson and Mary Francis Paine were married in  Bagenalstown in 1856, I never thought that the Jackson might have landed in Hackettstown via Co. Wicklow. SOURCE: Inge Jackson

NOTE: Jacob Jacksons father Peter Jackson married Susan Dockrell &  Peter Jackson's father John Jackson married his 1st Cousin Sarah Jackson. John Jackson's father (first name unknown) Jackson married an S Weeks

1859

Frances Jackson late of Graigue in the Queen’s County Spinster deceased. 
NOTE: Daughter of Michael & Rebecca JACKSON. Born 1793.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlcar2/will.htm  Will 13th June 1859 - Death 15th June 1859 - Probate 13th August 1859 Executor: Edward Leonard Jarmeson of Hermitage in the County of Carlow Esqre. the sole executor. - Effects under £4,000

NOTE: Frances Jackson’s original will, proved at the Principal Registry in Dublin on 13 August 1859, was transferred thence to the Public Records Office, and subsequently destroyed in the fire of 1922. The following extracts, referring only to charitable donations cited in the will, are copied from the volume cited. EXTRACTS OF EVERY CHARITABLE DEVISE OR BEQUEST CONTAINED IN WILL -

I give to my daughter Mary the sum of £10 to be distributed among the poor she is in the habit of assisting.

I devise that on the roofing of a new Church or Chapel in Clifden being completed the balance of one hundred pounds (seventy-five pounds) he paid to the Trustees of the Building and I-devise that a sum of ten pounds he paid in aid of the orphanage at Clifden Established and Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy at Clifden and that any money I may have at present in the funds be applied in liquidation of the last two devises.

…. and as it has been long felt in this parish the want of a Lecture Room for the spiritual instruction of Protestants my wish and desire is to have a neat and ornamental building erected furnished with sittings and made comfortable inside and for which purpose I give and bequeath the sum of five hundred pounds said sum of five hundred pounds to be lodged by my Executor in the Bank of Ireland or invested by him either in Bank of Ireland Stock or Government Security in his own name and in the names of the Incumbent and the Church Wardens of said parish of Killeshin whoever they may be. The above building to be erected in Graigue aforesaid and when completed to be handed over to the said Incumbent and Church Wardens for holding Lectures on Wednesday Evenings Service on Sunday Evenings in the Winter and Prayer Meetings on Monday Evenings. I give and devise to the Incumbent of the parishes of Carlow and Killeshin for the time being my three houses situate in Tullow Street in the said town of Carlow and now in the occupation of Michael Nolan, Patrick Power and ---- Nolan for ever subject to the head rent of six pounds nine shillings or thereabouts payable thereout In Trust to found and endow an Asylum for destitute Protestant female servants connected with said parishes of Carlow and Killeshin of good character who may be out of place or unable to obtain employment through illness, infirmness or old age and I give and bequeath to said Incumbents the sum of two hundred and fifty pounds to be applied by them towards erecting such Asylum and my wish is that said Asylum be erected in said town of Graigue Queen’s County, I give and bequeath to the Carlow and Graigue Ladies Industrious Association the sum of fifty pounds to be added to the present standing fund and I give and devise to said association the sum of ten pounds per annum to be applied towards its expenses such as Matron’s Salary, ye said sum of ten pounds per annum to be paid out of my share of the Springhill property in the Queen’s County. I give and bequeath the receipts of the Tolls and Customs of the Fairs of Graigue (subject to the Quit Rent payable to Government therefore) which I hold by patent to the Incumbent of the parish of Killeshin and the Parish Priest of said parish for the time being forever in trust for the poor of Graigue without distinction of religion. The receipts of each Fair to be distributed by them at Christmas each year to the more necessitous. I also give and devise to the said Incumbent and Parish Priest the sum of ten pounds per annum in trust for said poor of Graigue and distributed by them in like manner as said Tolls and Customs, said ten pounds per annum to be paid out of my said share of the Springhill property I give and bequeath to Robert Clayton Browne Esquire Thomas Jameson Esqre and the Incumbents of the parishes of Killeshin and Carlow the Museum belonging to my late Brother Adam Jackson Esquire with all the ancient Books and manuscripts belonging thereto also the House of Commons Journals Almanacs Army Lists etc as books of reference in trust for the public whenever a suitable room shall be obtained for it. Courtesy of Oonagh Warke M.A. H.Dip. Archives

1860

John Tennant Jackson Knockboy Rathvilly Died 7th March 1941 aged 81 years [ b. Abt 1860] SEE: entry under 1941 cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard.

1860

Alfred William Linden Jackson. Hacketstown.

aged 2 months and 28 days. Baptised May 14th 1860. SOURCE: From Methodist Church register transcribed by Marlborough Clarke Douglas in the PPP. Email Michael Purcell. Feb 3, 2010.

1860

KIF 7208-JACKSON In Loving Memory of John Tennant Jackson Knockboy Rathvilly Died 7th March 1941 aged 81 years [est birth 1860] Also his wife Alice Frances Died 3rd Jan. 1955 aged 88 years Also their son William Tennant Died 8th April 1985 aged 80 Years "Thy Will Be Done" SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1860

John Tennant Jackson, Farmer, b. Co. Carlow. # 4 in Knockboy (Rathvilly, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1861

Albert Wentworth Jackson. Parents; Jacob and Mary Frances,

Hacketstown , Born 23rd Sept. 1861. SOURCE: From Methodist Church register transcribed by Marlborough Clarke Douglas in the PPP. Email Michael Purcell. Feb 3, 2010.

1862

Benjamin Driver's marriage to Susan Jackson in 1862. 
Witnesses: Jacob Jackson & Richard Hawkins.
SOURCE: Inga Jackson email
It doesn't prove that the two are related but at least they must have known each other.
I am pretty certain that Jacob Jackson is my husbands Ggrandfather.
Jacob Jackson was Susan Jackson's uncle, I believe
.

1863

Herbert Florentine Jackson, born June 10th 1863. SOURCE: From Methodist Church register transcribed by Marlborough Clarke Douglas in the PPP. Email Michael Purcell. Feb 3, 2010.

1863

James Jackson #7 Borkhill Beg, Rathdugan, C of I. Co. Wicklow. Age 48. Born Co. Carlow1911 Census.

1864

4 children born to Thomas Jackson & Susan Watts  Sarah Jackson born 20 Dec, 1864 Baltinglass Registration #101096  Elizabeth born 15 Mar 1869, #500 Kiltegan #101181  Hannah born 3 Aug 1871 #451 Kiltegan #255826  John born 22 Mar 1874 #___ Kiltegan #255894  Kiltegan and Baltinglass are quite a distance apart, but Baltinglass may have been a district registration to Dunlaven and they moved. SOURCE: Annette Code http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.britisles.ireland.wic.general/3234.1/mb.ashx

1864

Henry Jackson. #2 Muallancranna, Rathdangan, Farmer Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow.v

1866

#100, KILTEGAN - Jackson - see Ellis

Erected by Thomas Jackson of Hacketstown to commemorate beloved daugh Mary Ellen d Aug 9, 1868 age 2 yr. 8 mo. and 4 other children who died young [Est birth = 1866]

 SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1866

John Jackson, son of Jane Jackson, b abt 1844 b. Co. Carlow. Church of Ireland. # 1 in Eaglehill (Clonmore, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1867

Alice Frances Died 3rd Jan. 1955 aged 88 years [b. Abt 1867] SEE: entry under 1941 cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard.

1867

KIF 7208-JACKSON In Loving Memory of John Tennant Jackson Knockboy Rathvilly Died 7th March 1941 aged 81 years [est birth 1860] Also his wife Alice Frances Died 3rd Jan. 1955 aged 88 years [est birth = 1867] Also their son William Tennant Died 8th April 1985 aged 80 Years "Thy Will Be Done" SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1867

Alice Frances Jackson. Born in Co. Wicklow. Married abt. 1902. Wife of John Tennant Jackson, Alice was married 9 years and had 3 living children. All b. Co. Carlow. C of I. It seems that Sarah TAMLEY is the mother -in-law -  a 78 year old widow. # 4 in Knockboy (Rathvilly, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1868

Buried in Kiltegan Co Wicklow Ireland Thomas Jackson(rector) of Hacketsown 
father of Mary Ellen who died August 9th 1868 aged 2 years and 8 months
also 4 other children who died young NOTE: Jacksons from Hacketstown are buried in Kiltegan
SOURCE: Email Cara Oct. 7, 2008.

1868

Buried in Kiltegan Co Wicklow Ireland  Thomas Jackson (rector) of Hacketstown father of Mary Ellen who died August   9th 1868 aged 2 years and 8 months also 4 other children who died young  John Jackson husband of Anne of Woodfield died 1/1/1870 in his 70th year  Two children died young Wife Anne died 12th Sept 1880 aged 70

1868

Jackson, Elizabeth, d. 20 Feb 1953, age: 85yr, sis/o Hannah and Joseph, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1868] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm

1868

Benjamin Jackson, son of Jane Jackson, b abt 1844 b. Co. Carlow. Church of Ireland. # 1 in Eaglehill (Clonmore, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1868

Frances Jackson. #2 Muallancranna, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. Married 20 years; 3 children all living. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1869

4 children born to Thomas Jackson & Susan Watts  Sarah Jackson born 20 Dec, 1864 Baltinglass Registration #101096  Elizabeth born 15 Mar 1869, #500 Kiltegan #101181  Hannah born 3 Aug 1871 #451 Kiltegan #255826  John born 22 Mar 1874 #___ Kiltegan #255894  Kiltegan and Baltinglass are quite a distance apart, but Baltinglass may have been a district registration to Dunlaven and they moved. SOURCE: Annette Code http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.britisles.ireland.wic.general/3234.1/mb.ashx

1870

Frederick Josiah Fletcher Jackson,Hacketstown, as above

Born 25th Nov. 1870. SOURCE: From Methodist Church register transcribed by Marlborough Clarke Douglas in the PPP. Email Michael Purcell. Feb 3, 2010.

1870

John Jackson husband of Anne of Woodfield died 1/1/1870 in his 70th year 
Two children died young Wife Anne died 12th Sept 1880 aged 70
NOTE: Jacksons from Hacketstown are buried in Kiltegan SOURCE: Email Cara Oct. 7, 2008.

1871

4 children born to Thomas Jackson & Susan Watts  Sarah Jackson born 20 Dec, 1864 Baltinglass Registration #101096  Elizabeth born 15 Mar 1869, #500 Kiltegan #101181  Hannah born 3 Aug 1871 #451 Kiltegan #255826  John born 22 Mar 1874 #___ Kiltegan #255894  Kiltegan and Baltinglass are quite a distance apart, but Baltinglass may have been a district registration to Dunlaven and they moved. SOURCE: Annette Code http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.britisles.ireland.wic.general/3234.1/mb.ashx

1871

Jackson, John, d. 3 May 1952, age: 81yr, h/o Susan, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1871] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm

1871

Margaret Jackson #7 Borkhill Beg, Rathdugan, C of I. Co. Wicklow. Age 40. Born Co. Wicklow. Married 10 years, 1 child. 1911 Census.

1871

Robert Jackson #2 Tomnaskela, Kilpipe, Co. Wicklow C of I. 1911 Census.

1872

Samuel Jackson. #1 Cowpasture, Tober, Wicklow. C of I. Age 39. 1911 Census.

1872

William Jackson. #5 Borkhill More, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Farmer. Age 39. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1873

Jackson, John, d. 22 Nov 1948, age: 75yr, h/o Margaret, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1873] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm 

1874

4 children born to Thomas Jackson & Susan Watts  Sarah Jackson born 20 Dec, 1864 Baltinglass Registration #101096  Elizabeth born 15 Mar 1869, #500 Kiltegan #101181  Hannah born 3 Aug 1871 #451 Kiltegan #255826  John born 22 Mar 1874 #___ Kiltegan #255894  Kiltegan and Baltinglass are quite a distance apart, but Baltinglass may have been a district registration to Dunlaven and they moved. SOURCE: Annette Code http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.britisles.ireland.wic.general/3234.1/mb.ashx

1874

Jackson, Hannah, d. 7 Jul 1924, age: 50yr, sis/o Joseph and Elizabeth, Boley, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1874] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm

1874

Elizabeth Jackson. Daughter of Thomas Jackson (b 1840) and Hanna born in Co. Carlow.. Single. #15 in Williamstown (Williamstown, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1874

Hannah Jackson #2 Boley, Eadestown, Wicklow. Age 37. Sister of John Jackson. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1874

Elizabeth B. Jackson age 37 lodger at #1, Claremount Terrace, Bray No 2, Co. Wicklow C of I School teacher born in England. Single. 1911 Census.

1875

Sarah Jackson, head of family (I do not know where her husband was at the time of the census). Sarah had been married 14 years and had 8 children – all still living. C of I. She was born in Co. Wicklow as was the first child. The rest in Co. Carlow. #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1875

Samuel Thomas Jackson. Son of Thomas Jackson (b 1840) and Hanna born in Co. Carlow.. Single. #15 in Williamstown (Williamstown, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1875

John Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, Born Co. Wicklow. Son of John & Eliza Jackson. 1911 Census.

1875

Mary Jane #2 Tomnaskela, Kilpipe, Co. Wicklow Methodist. 1911 Census.

1876

Jackson, Joseph, d. 25 Jan 1945, age: 69yr, bro/o Hannah and Elizabeth, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1876] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm

1876

KIF 7188 Erected by John Jackson of Kilmurrey In Memory of his Father Joseph Jackson died 17th of March 1856 Aged 65 years [est birth = 1791] Also six of my children Robert, Mary, Richard Thomas, Samuel and Henry who died in the first week Of February 1876 The above John Jackson died 15th June 1888 aged 743(sic) years More on the stone but I cannot read it SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1876

John Jackson #2 Boley, Eadestown, Wicklow. Age 35. Farmer. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1877

#87, CARNEW, Church of Ireland.

 Erected by John Jackson (d March 25, 1877) in memory of his son Joshua who d Oct 26, 1834 age 12? also son Richard Jackson d July 5, 18 (4?)7 aged 19 and also his son John Jackson d 28 Feb, 1890 age 63 SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1878

Joseph Peter Jackson was born 26th June, 1878 near Rathvilly Co, Carlow. He was the only son of William Walker Jackson and Susannah Jackson (née Jackson – they were cousins). SOURCE: Inge Jackson His mother was a daughter of a farmer, Peter Jackson of Co. Carlow, and his father was the elder son of Joseph Jackson [NOTE another citations says “Thomas”]whose family came from Co Wexford. (They were first cousins) His ancestors were alleged to have been given land at Eagle Hill, Co Wexford by the commander of Cromwells army. ... A sister of Rev. George Walker of siege of Derry fame married into the Carlow branch of the Jackson family. She called herself Walker - Jackson, and rumour has it that Walker was added as a second name to family members. NOTE: the 1911 Census showed the widow Jane JACKSON age 67 [est birth = 1844] resident at Eaglehill, Clonmore, Carlow with 2 sons & a grand-daughter.

1878

Martha Jackson. #1 Cowpasture, Tober, Wicklow. C of I. Age 33. Married 3 years. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1878

Joseph Jackson #2 Boley, Eadestown, Wicklow. Age 33 brother of John Jackson. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1879

William Jackson age 32 Private in army. Barber. C of E #7 Shankhill (Barracks), Kilbride, Co. Wicklow. Born in England. 1911 Census.

1879

Jackson, Margaret, d. 21 Dec 1942, age: 63yr, w/o John, Woodfield, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1879] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm

1879

Thomas Jackson. RC. Son of William Jackson (b 1837) and Ellen.  #16 in Castle Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1879

Hannah Jackson.   #8 Borkill Beg, Rathdungan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Age 32. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1881

Rev Canon M. McCullagh at the Baltinglass Rectory: 1881 William WHITE of Borkle, Kiltegan to Elizabeth JACKSON of Stratford. William given as son of John White, a farmer, Elizabeth as daughter of William Jackson, a master mariner (?)http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/IRL-WICKLOW/2006-11/1163902618

1881

Thomas Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). Assistant Smith. Age 30. Single. Son of Thomas & Mary Jackson. RC. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census. 1911 Census.

1881

William Jackson #6 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Co. Of I. Born Co. Wicklow. Single. Farmer. 1911 Census.

1881

Thomas Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, Born Co. Wicklow. Son of John & Eliza Jackson. 1911 Census.

1882

Annie Sarah Jackson. #5 Borkhill More, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Wife of William Jackson; married 6 years, 4 children all living. Age 29Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1882

Anthony Jackson #2 Lishens, Kilbride, Co. Wicklow. Single Farmer, C of IBorn Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1883

William Jackson, born Co. Wicklow, Constable of RIC, C of I, # 25 in Burren Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1883

Isaac Jackson.  #8 Borkill Beg, Rathdungan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Age 28. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1884

cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

KIF 7181JACKSON  in Memory  of William Jackson  Of Knockboy  Who died 27th May 1884  Aged 56 Years  Sleep on Now and take Your Rest  Also His wife Sarah  Who died 24th May 1900  Aged 58 years

1884

Susan Jackson. Daughter of Thomas Jackson (b 1840) and Hanna born in Co. Carlow.. Single. #15 in Williamstown (Williamstown, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1885

William Jackson, b. Co. Roscommon, RC. Agricultural Labourer. #20 in Carlow Rural Part 1 (Carlow Rural, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1885

Peter Jackson.  #8 Borkill Beg, Rathdungan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Age 26. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1885

John Jackson #6 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Co. Of I. Born Co. Wicklow. Single. Farmer. 1911 Census.

1885

Alice Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, Born Co. Wicklow. Daughter of John & Eliza Jackson. 1911 Census.

1886

Maryann F. Jackson, born Co. Wicklow, wife of William Jackson (b 1883) # 25 in Burren Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1886

Harriet Jackson. Daughter of Thomas Jackson (b 1840) and Hanna born in Co. Carlow.. Single. #15 in Williamstown (Williamstown, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1887

COMMISSIONERS OF VALUATION (IRELAND)—BALTINGLASS UNION-MR. GEORGE CRAIG, VALUER.

§ THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Mr. JACKSON) (Leeds, N.)

(who replied) said: I am informed that the revising officer, Mr. Craig, has not made separate valuations in the Baltinglass Union such as those referred to by the hon. Member; but he has, in some few instances, changed the name of occupiers and immediate lessors, which may affect 1760 the Poor Law franchise only, in consequence of a letter from the proprietor stating that such changes had been made by him on his property. The revising officer did give an undertaking to Messrs. E. P. O'Kelly and P. Byrne, Poor Law Guardians, to carry out the alterations referred to by them, and he informs me that he has done so. If the particulars of the cases referred to by the hon. Member are supplied, the Commissioners of Valuation will cause an inquiry to be made, and if inaccuracies be found to exist, the Commissioners of Valuation will have the corrections carried into the Union lists immediately. http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/commons/1887/jul/22/commissioners-of-valuation-ireland-1

1887

Lizzie Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). Age 24. Daughter of Thomas & Mary Jackson. RC. Single. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census. 1911 Census.

1888

Jackson, John, b. 13 Jun 1888, age: 75yr, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1888

Susan Jackson #6 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Co. Of I. Born Co. Wicklow. Single. 1911 Census.

1888

Susan Mangan age 23 Granddaughter of John & Eliza Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, born New York, USA. 1911 Census.

1888

Joseph Jackson servant – general labourer at #1 Moanaspick, Kilbride, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1889

John Jackson #4 Crossnacole, Humewood, Co. Wicklow. Son of John Jackson. Age 22. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1890

George Jackson #4 Crossnacole, Humewood, Co. Wicklow. Son of John Jackson. . Age 21. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1891

William Jackson age 20 Private in army. Baker. C of E #7 Shankhill (Barracks), Kilbride, Co. Wicklow. Born in England. 1911 Census.

1891

James Jackson #68 Dunlavin Town, C. Wicklow. Nephew of Joseph NOLAN. Single. B. Co. Wicklow. RC. Age 20. 1911 Census.

1892

Mary Jackson, wife of William Jackson, b. Co. Carlow. RC. #20 in Carlow Rural Part 1 (Carlow Rural, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1892

Susan Jackson #4 Crossnacole, Humewood, Co. Wicklow. Daughter of John Jackson. Age 19. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1892

Edith Mary Jackson age 19 servant at #6 Bollarney South, Wicklow Urban, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born in Dublin City. 1911 Census.

1893

Mary Jane Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). House maid to Elizabeth HEIGHINGTON #4 Donard Desmesne, East Donard, Wicklow. Age 18. Born Co. Kildare. 1911 Census.

1893

William Jackson. #2 Muallancranna, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1895

Nannie Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). Age 16. Daughter of Thomas & Mary Jackson. RC. Single. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1895

Charlotte Jackson. #2 Muallancranna, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1895

John Jackson. #4 Kilmurray, Lower Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1897

Richard William Jackson #4 Crossnacole, Humewood, Co. Wicklow. Son of John Jackson. . C of I. Age 14. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1897

Mary Jackson. #4 Kilmurray, Lower Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1897

John Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, born Belfast. Grandson of John & Eliza Jackson. 1911 Census.

1898

William Jackson. Born Co. Wicklow. Son of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1899

Lizzie Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. Daughter of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1899

Peter Jackson. #2 Muallancranna, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1900

Jackson, Sarah, b. 24 May 1900, age: 68yr, w/o William, Knockboy, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1900

Robert Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. Son of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1900

Edward Jackson. # 115 in Baltinglass Town (Baltinglass, Wicklow). Age 11. Son of Thomas & Mary Jackson. RC. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census. 1911 Census.

1900

Joseph Jackson, #5 Woodfieldglen, Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow C of I, born Belfast. Grandson of John & Eliza Jackson. 1911 Census.

1901

MARRIAGE: JACKSON and FINLAY - January 30th, 1901, at Trinity Church, Ballymore, Co. Wexford, by the Rev. B. Gibson, assisted by the Rev. Canon Gibson, Rector of Ferns, John William Edge Jackson, only son of the late John Jackson,   Croneyhorn, Carnew, (Co Wicklow) to Elsie May Finlay, youngest daughter of   Charles Finlay, Kilkeasane House, Ferns, Co. Wexford.(Enniscorthy Guardian, February 9th, 1901, p. 4.)

1901

Edward Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. Son of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1901

Edith Jackson. #4 Kilmurray, Lower Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1903

Minnie Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. Daughter of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1903

Robert James Jackson #4 Crossnacole, Humewood, Co. Wicklow. Son of John Jackson. . C of I. Age 8. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1903

Anne Jackson #7 Borkhill Beg, Rathdugan, C of I. Co. Wicklow. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1904

Maria Margaret Bourne, granddaughter of Jane Jackson, b abt 1844 b. Co. Carlow. Church of Ireland. # 1 in Eaglehill (Clonmore, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1904

Charles G. Gregory, born Co. Wicklow,.  # 25 in Burren Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census. “brother-in-law of Jackson.

1905

William Tennant Died 8th April 1985 aged 80 Years [b. Abt 1905] SEE: entry under 1941 cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard.

1905

#100, KILTEGAN - Also in same graveyard is associated name of ELLIS to Jackson
Richard Jackson of Barraderry who died 3rd Feb 1905 also his sister
Ann Jackson
( no dates)
NOTE: Jacksons from Hacketstown are buried in Kiltegan SOURCE: Email Cara Oct. 7, 2008.

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

1905

KIF 7208-JACKSON In Loving Memory of John Tennant Jackson Knockboy Rathvilly Died 7th March 1941 aged 81 years [est birth 1860] Also his wife Alice Frances Died 3rd Jan. 1955 aged 88 years Also their son William Tennant Died 8th April 1985 aged 80 Years [est birth = 1905] "Thy Will Be Done" SOURCE: email Cara. “KIF” means she has photos of headstones.

1905

William J. Jackson, son of John Tennant Jackson & Alice Frances. # 4 in Knockboy (Rathvilly, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1906

Jackson, Susan, b. 17 Dec 1906, age: 72yr, w/o Thomas, Boley. Baltinglass Co. Wicklow, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1906

Jackson, Thomas, b. 14 Mar 1906, age: 82yr, h/o Susan, Boley. Baltinglass Co. Wicklow, [AR] Saint Mary Church of Ireland Cemetery Rathvilly, County Carlow, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/carlow/stmary/mary.htm

1906

cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

KIF 7189  JACKSON  Erected  By John Jackson of Boley  In Loving Memory of My father  Thomas Jackson  who died at his residence Boley  Baltinglass in County Wicklow  On the 14th March 1906  In his ?2nd Year  Also my mother Susan Jackson  Who died on the 17th

December 1906  Aged 70 Years.

1906

Sarah Jackson, daughter of John Tennant Jackson & Alice Frances. # 4 in Knockboy (Rathvilly, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1906

John Thomas Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. Son of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1906

William Jackson, grandson of William & Mary Anne Eager of #6, Toorboy, Ballinguile, Wicklow. Age 5. Born Co. Wicklow. C of I. 1911 Census.

1907

Alice Jackson, daughter of John Tennant Jackson & Alice Frances. # 4 in Knockboy (Rathvilly, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1907

James Jackson. #5 Borkhill More, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1908

Harriette Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. Daughter of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1908

Albert Jackson. #5 Borkhill More, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1909

Elizabeth May Jackson. #1 Cowpasture, Tober, Wicklow. C of I. Age 2. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1909

Sarah Muriel #2 Tomnaskela, Kilpipe, Co. Wicklow C of I. 1911 Census.

1910

NAME

OCCUPATION

ADDRESS

Samuel Jackson

Farmer Cowpasture~letters

Dunlavin TALBOTSTOWN LOWER

Richard Jackson

Farmer Castlequarter~letters

Stratford TALBOTSTOWN UPPER

Henry Jackson

Farmer Mullinacrana~letters

Rathdangan

John Jackson

Farmer Woodfield~letters

Baltinglass

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/IRL-WICKLOW/2008-10/1224306060

1910

Richard Jackson Farmer Castlequarter~letters~Stratford Co. Wicklow

1910

Samuel Jackson .Farmer Cowpasture~letters-Dunlavin Co. Wicklow

1910

Henry Jackson Farmer Mullinacrana~letters~Rathdangan Co. Wicklow

1910

John Jackson Farmer Woodfield~letters~Baltinglass Co. Wicklow

1910

JACKSON Thomas Baltinglass SOURCE: Porters Directory 1910

1910

George Jackson.. Born Co. Carlow. Son of Sarah Jackson (b 1875) #26 in Upper (Borris, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1910

Charlotte Jackson. #5 Borkhill More, Rathdangan, Co. Wicklow. C of I. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1911

James Jackson, B. Co. Carlow, RC. #20 in Carlow Rural Part 1 (Carlow Rural, Carlow)

1911

Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of William & Maryann F. Jackson. Born Co. Carlow. # 25 in Burren Street (Carlow Urban, Carlow) SOURCE: 1911 Census.

1911

Doris Martha Jackson. #1 Cowpasture, Tober, Wicklow. C of I. Age 0. Born Co. Wicklow. 1911 Census.

1924

Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm  Jackson, Elizabeth, d. 20 Feb 1953, age: 85yr, sis/o Hannah and Joseph, [AR]  Jackson, Hannah, d. 7 Jul 1924, age: 50yr, sis/o Joseph and Elizabeth, Boley, [AR] [b. Abt 1874]  Jackson, John, d. 22 Nov 1948, age: 75yr, h/o Margaret, [AR]  Jackson, John, d. 3 May 1952, age: 81yr, h/o Susan, [AR]  Jackson, Joseph, d. 25 Jan 1945, age: 69yr, bro/o Hannah and Elizabeth, [AR]  Jackson, Margaret, d. 21 Dec 1942, age: 63yr, w/o John, Woodfield, [AR]  Jackson, Samuel, d. 15 Sep 1991, age: 50yr, s/o Susan and John, [AR]

1941

Jackson, Samuel, d. 15 Sep 1991, age: 50yr, s/o Susan and John, [AR] [therefore b. Abt 1941] SEE: reference under 1924 Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wicklow/stmary/index.htm

1941

cara email August 29, 2008 Hacketstown Churchyard;

KIF 7208-JACKSON In Loving Memory of John Tennant Jackson Knockboy Rathvilly Died 7th March 1941 aged 81 years [ b. Abt 1860] Also his wife Alice Frances Died 3rd Jan. 1955 aged 88 years Also their son William Tennant Died 8th April 1985 aged 80 Years "Thy Will Be Done"

1947

HANOVER HOUSE 1847. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/Burrin_st_47.htm

Proceeding from Pembroke towards the Kilkenny Road we come to the Yellow lion Inn, now in the occupation of Mrs. Jackson and the Labour Exchange, I might here remark that the late Wm. J. Jackson preserved the identity of this premises by having a sign bearing the inscription "The Yellow Lion" erected on his house. ( later the site for Carlow Credit Union when it was situated in Burrin Street) One hundred years ago this was one of the largest coaching inns in Carlow being the principal depot of the Dublin-Kilkenny coaches. It was used as a hotel up to about sixty years ago, and was also for a time a police station before the present Barracks in Tullow Street was built. NOTE: I suspect William J. Jackson was the son of John Tennant Jackson and Alice Frances Jackson.

1957

#122 BALTINGLASS, St. Mary's, Church of Ireland

 Prayer book in memory of Susan Jackson Deerpark by her devoted children Mar. 1957

 (note: there are several Deerparks on different estates. Baltinglass - Donoughmore Parish- Dunlavin) are in the same area, north of the Fitzwilliam Estate but east of the border with Carlow Co.

SOURCE: Cantwell Memorial Inscriptions Aug 26, 2008 email from Annette Code.

 

 

 

 

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