· 1639 The Great Parchment Book – JACKSON mentions.
 HUNCHES For Londonderry JACKSONs:
· Timeline of JACKSONs of Coleraine. This page could benefit from an update. November 2022. It is on my to-do list.
· JACKSONS of Co. Londonderry. This page includes a map and more context.
· James JACKSON, Robert JACKSON, and John JACKSON of Camus Macosquin Glebe were likely related to the Richard JACKSON of Coleraine. Note continuity of placenames in ROD: 329-368- 219853
o There are several ROWLEY-JACKSON connections. There may have ben an inter-marriage involving the two families in the Parish of Macosquin.
In the parish of Macosquin, Co. Londonderry: Cornelius WALL of Macosquin, Edward CANNING of Macosquin; Francis HOWARD of Creghan; John ROWLEY of Castleroe [likely the son of Sir Edward ROWLEY of Castleroe who was killed in battle in 1641]; James JACKSON of Ballinteerbeg. SOURCE: Coleraine in by-gone Centuries. Rev. T.H. Mullin D.D. Belfast 1976, p101.
 Miles JACKSON references:
· ROD: 150-533-103742 1728 May 2 Image 299 Btw Miles JACKSON of Ballyphilip in the North Liberty of the City of Cork, Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas STRONGE of the same City North Liberties, Farmer. Lease of lands of Killogh & Ballyvologe in Parish of Ballyangary, Barony of Clonolloe, Co. Limerick as held by Redmond NASH and John NASH unto Thomas STRONGE his executors, assigns … during the natural life and lives of Miles
· ROD: 101-489-72630 1737 May 19 JACKSON and Thomas STRONG. Will of Alicia LUKEY als CROSS of Cork, widow. Mentions her nephew William WALLIS Esq. several cousins. In the list of lands, mentions Miles JACKSONs concerns, all in City or suburbs of City of Cork. NOTE: The WALLIS connection. From Eustace: LUKEY, ALICIA als. CROSS, Cork, widow. 19 May 1737. Narrate, 2J pp., 21 Nov. 1741. Her nephew William Wallis, Esq. Henry Rugg, Esq., trustee. Her cousin John Gillman, Currykeen, Esq. Her cousin Ephenetus Cross, second son of Philip Hayes Cross of Cornody, Esq. Mills commonly called Careen's Mills, Mr Fitton tenant. Tucker's concerns, John Raymond's holdings, Miles Jackson's concerns, all in city or suburbs of city of Cork, and all other her real estate. Witnesses : Mary Farmer, widow of Saml. Farmer, Ballymacodagh, Co. Cork, gent., Henry Rugg, junr., apprentice to Danl. Knight, Cork, merchant, Robert Wallis, Cork, public notary. Memorial witnessed by : Mary Farmer, Saml. Farmer. 101, 489, 72630 Wm. Wallis (seal)
· ROD: 113-119-77674 1743 Oct 17. JACKSON-COX & ors Book Index 1730-45. Btw Miles JACKSON of Baleyphilip in the County of the City of Cork, Esq. Of the part & Walker JACKSON of Lisduane, Co Limerick Gent of the other part sale and release by Miles to Walker... Miles JACKSON intends to Suffer a Comon Recovery of the premes in order to barr and Extinguish all Intails ...complex deed....one of the witnesses was Denis O’BRIEN of Limerick ...
· NOTE: The townland of Lisduane, Parish Ballingarry,, Barony Connello Upper, County of Limerick was the home of Miles JACKSON as early as 1655. His sons were Miles JACKSON jr. & Clifford Walker JACKSON. His daughter Fanny probably married George MONCTON. SOURCE: P 16-17 Monckton of Co. Limerick. Brian De Breffny. The Irish Ancestor, Vol. IV, No. 1, 1972.
· Burial: Miles JACKSON 10 August 1699 at St. Catherine’s Church Dublin
 JACKSONs of Bandon include:
· Jacksons are included in an alphabetical list of the English (mostly from SW England) who settled in the vicinity of Bandonbridge, Cork during the plantation scheme of Elizabeth I, circa 1588-1603. SOURCE: Brehony, Tony, West Cork - "a sort of a history, like." (Wicklow: Kestral Books, Ltd., 1997) pp.120-121.
· March 9, 1654: Abraham Savage, aged 55, now rest. in Bandonbridge and at the time of the rendition, examd. That suddenly after the declar of Corke for the Parl., Lord Inchiquin being jealous of the town of Bandonbridge following the example of Corke, ordered Capt. Mathew Constantine with a troop of horse to possess himself of said towne and disarm all townsmen; and said Inchiquin ordered a compy. or two of Irish into the towne, but soon after observing the disaffection of the town towards the Irish soldiers, ordered one Coll. Francis Courtney to be Govr., who brought in his own Compy, and soon after the Irish were removed; and further, that Major Henry Turner, Ens. Thomas Dunkin, Cornet Wm. Fuller, Ens. Danl. Gwin, Corpl. Thomas French, Corpl. Ralph Fuller, John Langton, Corpl. John Browne, Wm. Bull, Richd. Shute, Richd. Nobbs, John Jackson, Jonathan Bennett, Jonathan Boteler, John Legg, Chas. Wills, Franc. Hill, John Shearhill, Wm. do., Thos. Williams, Robt. Stewart, Nich. Gun, Robt. Olliver, Mathias Percevall, Roger Martin, Robt. Colethurst, Tim. Philpott, Robt. Dunn, Richd. Phrips, being all townsmen, came several times to dept. before the surrender, expressing their readiness to attempt the seizing on the Govt. officers, and guards then in the town, and secure it for the Parlt and Ld-Lieut. Cromwell, but could not effect their purpose; and that Capt John Braly, Lieut. Edwd Berry, James and Henry Rice, with others, about a day or two before Broghill came with a force against said town, afsd persons secured the West guard of the town and disarmed the soldiers, turning them out, but it being so sudden a business, such others as were appointed with Major Turner to seize upon the other guards are prevented, the design being discovered; but soe it was that the above-named 4 persons, and those with them, were besieged in said guard by the soldiers then in town; and several shots made at them, so they were constrained to yield themselves prisoners; and this night the inhabs dispatched Wm Bull to Lord Broghill, informing him of the danger of the persons taken prisoner, and desiring him with some forces to come before the town, then having his countenance, would open the postern gate by seizing on the sentinel, and receive them into the town; but when Ld. Broghill came, hostages were sent forth and the town suddenly delivered by the Govr, on condition only made for himself and his soldiers, &c. 9 March 1654 - Deposition of Abraham Savage,former Provost of Bandonbridge.
· ROD: 33-407-20715. 1719 May 28. Image 518 Samuel BROWNE of Bandonbridge, Co. Cork, cordwinder ... house and garden on north side of River Bandon adjoining orchard belonging to Ambrose JACKSON of City of Cork, merchant now in possession of James JACKSON of Bandon, merchant ... death of Samuel BROWNE & Anne his wife, father & mother of Samuel BROWNE & death of John BROWNE brother of Samuel BROWNE … Samuel BROWNE paid him and his mother Anne BROWNE by James JACKSON of Bandon Merchant … James JACKSON [SEAL]
· ROD: 28-223-17357 1720
Nov 8. Ld. BURLINGTON- JACKSON.
& Jonathon TANNER Book Index 1708-1729
· ROD: 33-408-20716 1721 Feb 1 Image 518 Reciting James JACKSON of Bandon, merchant & Abraham DAVIS of Bandon, Co. Cork stand jointly bound unto William REYCROFT of same town 22 Apr 1720 ... House orchard & premises
· ROD: 38-109-23499 1722 Mar 21 Image 68 BTW James JACKSON of Bandon, Co. Corke merchant of 1 pt & Johnathan TANNER of Bendan aforesaid (note different spellings) Merchant of other pt. For townland Linscombe, Co. Corke. Whereas 25 May 1720 Hon Richard Earl of Cork [?] Burlington let to James JACKSON tenement called Linscombs landons a small meadow containing about 2a in possession of said James JACKSON in Cork, Co. Cork with barns outhouses etc for natural life of Henry BALDWIN son of Henry BALDWIN of Mossgrove Co. Cork Thomas REYCRAFT only son of William REYCRAFT of Bandon clothier & Jonathon TANNER only son of Jonathon TANNER party to aforesaid deed.
 Peter CARY
· Capt. Peter Cary, (also 'Carew' in the 'Census') a Cromwellian soldier, purchaser of a considerable estate in North East Cork. This last family, of 'Careysville' near Fermoy, claimed to be of Devonshire origin, and died out in the male line in the late 19th century. SOURCE: Séamus Pender Ed. 'A 'Census' of Ireland circa 1659 with essential materials from the Poll Money', Dublin, 1931
 Waterford JACKSONs
· SEE: JACKSONs of Ahanesk, Co. Cork Photos of ruins at Ahanesk on this page. Starts with John JACKSON (born prob early 1600s) of Ballyduff, Co. Waterford. NOTE: This tree has been superseded by the Jacksons of Waterford & Cork tree. All future updates will be made there. This tree is interesting when looked at in connection with the Jacksons of Glanbeg. In each tree, there is a Mary WALLIS, daughter of Thomas WALLIS who marries a JACKSON. In the Glanbeg tree, it is a Thomas JACKSON and in the Ahanesk tree, it is a George JACKSON. Whether this is a coincidence, or an error in the secondary sources that I used (ie. Burkes), or whether there is a relationship here still to be discovered, I do not as yet know. I have an outline tree here followed by a detailed report.
 For a nearby JACKSON family one generation later see: JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Outline Tree-1
 Edmond & Edward Jackson
· JACKSONs mentioned in the Irish Records Commission - 14th & 15th.
EDMOND JACKSON of Corloddy in co. Kilkenny, gent. —In Corloddytowne, 223a. prof 29a. 1r. 24p. unprof— Portnascolly, 191a. prof. 33a. unprof—in Portnaholly, 16 a.
prof. 4a. 3r. 24 p. unprof—in Dungoly, 211a.; bar. Iverke, co KILKENNY. — Total quantity, (1,276 a. 1r. 29 p. stat.) Total rent, 15/. 19s. l^d. Date 14/4 June 19/4 year. Inrolled 9th July 1667. MY NOTES: It is worth noting that the grants to Edmond JACKSON were from Protestants - Richard or David GRANT.
· EDMOND JACKSON of Corloddy in co. Kilkenny, gent
o Corluddy, Parish Portnascully (on north-eastern border of Waterford), Barony Iverk, Co. Kilkenny
o Portnascully, Parish Portnascully, Barony Iverk , Co. Kilkenny
o Dungooly, Parish Rathkieran (on the northern border of Parish Portnascully), Barony Iverk, Co. Kilkenny
o NOTE: Barony of Iverke. The distribution of lands in the barony of Iverk (southwest co. Kilkenny) circa 1640 shows the major landowners as the Butlers, followed by the Datons (Daltons), the Walshs, Grants, Strangs, and Denns. The principal Irish names and their number in the 1659 census, Barony of Iverke, included: Aildwood, 007 ; Butler, 014 ; Browne, 06 ; Cody, 006 ; Donell, 009 ; Daton, 022 ; Dullard, 05 ; Dunfy, 05 ; Fitzgerald, 007 ; Grant, 033 ; Haly & Healy, 008 ; Kenedy, 007 ; Kelly, 006 ; Morphey, 006 ; Mogher, 006 ; Phelan, 011 ; Powre & Poore, 008 ; McPhillipp, 007 ; Quin, 020 ; McShane, 009 ; Welsh & Walsh, 087. Total Irish in the barony, 1358 ; total English in the barony, 099.
· The Trinity University Down Survey Project shows four holdings for Edmond JACKSON in Kilkenny.
Townland of RATHCURBY NORTH
Down Survey Name: Portnaholly
Townland of DUNGOOLY
Down Survey Name: Dungolagh
Townland of PORTNASCULLY
Down Survey Name: Portnascully
Townland of CORLUDDY
Down Survey Name: Curlody
 Kilkenny JACKSONs
· Portnascully is at the southern tip of Kilkenny where it borders on Co. Waterford. NOTE: This possibly pushes that tree back one generation and also makes it possible that this Corluddy JACKSON family came from Lancashire and/or Westmorland.
· SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny. The land grants to Edmond JACKSON at Corluddy, Portnascully, and Dungooly, all in Co. Kilkenny were key to assembling this Jacksons of Kilkenny family tree. Benthams Abstracts filled in some of the gaps. Was he the Capt. JACKSON who had been dislodged from Co. Antrim? Was he a Royalist, or was he one of those who was caught up in the sweep when the government was transporting all Presbyterians from Antrim & Down in 1653? There is much that I do not know here
 Isaac JACKSON
· The Down Survey shows two holdings for Isaac JACKSON in Kilkenny. (His name is not mentioned in Irish Records Commission 14th & 15th - Except in the Index)
Townland of KILTALLAGHAN
Down Survey Name: Killshallaghan
Townland of KILLAMERY
Down Survey Name: Killosnory
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