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Probates for JACKSONs held at the UK National Archives. Many of these JACKSONs were in the merchant class, and had links to JACKSON families who held land in Ireland. More work is needed to determine all the links, but this page is a start.
Sharon Oddie Brown. November 26, 2020

 

2020 Notes of wills from UK National Archives

 

It is useful to cross reference these probates with other tables of data which I have assembled for my Silver Bowl site:

·         London Rolls.

·         JACKSON - Marriages – London.

·         Abstracts of Probates: Canterbury

·         JACKSON mentions in Grays Inn

·         JACKSONs mentioned in Merchant Taylor’s School

 

Useful material available on other sites includes:

·         St Mary the Virgin, Chatham. Kent. Monumental inscriptions.

·         Livery Companies database.

·         Worshipful Company of Girdlers On UK Gov site:

·        An Historical Account of the Worshipful Company of Girdlers, London2009 William Dumville Smythe

·         Catalogue of the charters, deeds and manuscripts in the Public Reference Library at Sheffield.

 

NOTE to self: I also need to cross reference these probates with a file on my computer (which I will upload when it is ready): <JACKSON Heraldic Arms or Crests>. (filed under Family Names/Jackson  - other related files are filed under Family Names/Jackson/Crests/ ….

 

The highlighted probates indicate notes from watermarked copies. The rest are from pdfs that I had ordered. The notes made from watermarked files are less complete and reliable.

 

Year

Description/ Source

Notes

1510

Will of Richard Jackson, Fishmonger of Coventry, Warwickshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bennett. Will of Richard Jackson, Fishmonger of Coventry, Warwickshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 July 1510

Reference:

PROB 11/16/960

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

Richard Jackson WK1458~ - testator ; fishmonger of Coventry, Warwick [used Jacson spelling] ; bur. Trinity Church, Coventry near his wife

(Elizabeth ( ) Jackson) – deceased 1st wife of testator

Agnes ( ) ( ) Jackson – (presumed 2nd) wife of testator

Children of Agnes by a 1st husband

Richard Jackson WK1584~ – deceased son? of testator ; buried Trinity Church, Coventry, Warwick

Agnes ( ) Jackson - deceased daughter in law of testator ; wife of Richard Jackson (son?)

Isabel Jackson – deceased granddaughter ; dau? of Richard Jackson (son?)

Thomas Jackson WK1485~ - deceased son of testator

Elizabeth Jackson WK1501-10~ - granddaughter of testator ; daughter of Thomas Jackson, deceased

Thomas Jackson L1460~ - of Pall [Pall Mall, Westminster?] ; put into cousin position

Robert Jackson WK1459~ - brother of testator ; executor ; yeoman and fishmonger or cutler of Newport, Shropshire, Coventry, Warwick and London ; pos. died before he could execute (replaced by Potkyn?)

Daughters of Robert Jackson – nieces of testator

William Jackson WK1485~ – nephew of testator ; son of Robert Jackson ; executor

Joan Jackson WK1461~ - sister of testator?

Thomas Castle -

Joan (Jackson WK1484~?) Castle - wife? of Thomas (otherwise daughter?) ; willed a house

Anne Sherwood -

Goodwife Sadler -

Vicars -

Otwell -

Brother Roger Couch - priest

Richard Hasalle - priest

Thomas Gervase - priest

Master Forrest – priest

Property

St. John's bog house - given to warden of Coventry

Hill Street pasture

Chyamore pasture

Henley House - willed to Joan Castle ; a Warwick town in the former Forest of Arden, Stratford on Avon district.

1533

Will of Robert Jakson or Jackson, Haberdasher of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Thower. Will of Robert Jakson or Jackson, Haberdasher of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 January 1533

Reference:

PROB 11/24/297

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Executor George WALKINGTON

Brother William JACKSON

& John JACKSON his son.

Brother Thomas JACKSON daughter [Alison?]

Lawrence FOSTER

Thomas [?]

Mather [DEY?]

Probate 1537

1538

Will of Bartram Jackson or Jacksonne, Draper of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dyngeley. Will of Bartram Jackson or Jacksonne, Draper of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

07 May 1538

Reference:

PROB 11/27/228

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried in Parish of St. Benet

Thomas JACKSON son of William, JACKSON brother of Bartram JACKSON.

Sister: Margaret SHEPHERD wife of John SHEPHERD

… ?

Wife [unnamed]

Nicholas BARKER

 

1544

 

1592

Will of John Jackson, Pewterer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Harrington Quire Numbers: 48 - 94. Will of John Jackson, Pewterer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 September 1592

Reference:

PROB 11/80/265

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Saved in my records under 1544 – date of probate is 1592

To be buried at Parish Church of [St?] Myldred in [?] Street London where my first wife was buried.

Christopher [NORTON] “ my brother”

Margaret [GORISON] my {?] daughter.

John SHAW my sister’s son.

John JACKSON was member of pewterer’s guild.

John STANSBYE

Daughter Ursula [ENRETON?]

[?] [?] daughter of my first wife.

1555

Will of Bennet Jacksone or Jackson, Bowcher of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: More. Will of Bennet Jacksone or Jackson, Bowcher of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 November 1555

Reference:

PROB 11/37/481

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

aka BENITT

[George] SALTER

William JACKSON my last son £100.

London and the Reformation

Benet JACKSON gave £4 in August 1555 to the maintenance of the house of the poor friars of Greenwich.

NOTE: His wife’s will was probated 1556.

 

1556

Will of Alice Jackson, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: More. Will of Alice Jackson, Widow of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

04 March 1556

Reference:

PROB 11/37/550

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

late wife of Benet JACKSON

To be buried St. Clemetes Church beside body of husband.

John CLARK my husband’s godson

Nicholas JOHNSON & his daughters

Bequeath to Alice JOHNSON

[?] WALTER

Son of of Robert [?] William JACKSON “my husband’s son.

NOTE: Benet JACKSON’s will was probated 1555.

1556

Will of Alice Jackson, Widow of Saint Clement Eastcheap, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ketchyn. Will of Alice Jackson, Widow of Saint Clement Eastcheap, City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

02 July 1556

Reference:

PROB 11/38/72

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Late widow of Bennet JACKSON Citizen and Berger of London.

To be buried by body of my late husband.

Nicholas [FURZBOLDE?] his sons and her daughter who was his wife.

Eline JOHNSON

Nicholas JOHNSOON

Thomas [JACK]BOLD

Robert [JACK}BOLD

OUTTON.

NOTE: She seems to be the same person as Alice JACKSON widow of London 4 Mar 1556.

1559

Will of Robert Jackson of Newton, Lancashire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pell Quire Numbers: 1 - 49. Will of Robert Jackson of Newton, Lancashire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 January 1659

Reference:

PROB 11/286/220

Subjects:

Wills and probate

3 daughters (under age 21):

Isabell JACKSON

Ellinor JACKSON

Jennett JACKSON

Son John JACKSON

Appoint Mr. Thomas WHITTHEAD minister, Bryan BLAND John BLAND and Brian DIRRONFON tutor and guardians.

Lands in Whittington

Lands in Newton

NOTE: Proximity to JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

 

1559

Will of Thomas Jackson, Mercer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Chaynay. Will of Thomas Jackson, Mercer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 September 1559

Reference:

PROB 11/42B/460

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Brother [?ofer- Christopher?] JACKSON his dwelling house

Sister Elin JACKSON dwelling at York

Margaret [EDWARDS?]

Mr. BAXTER

Richard CHAPMAN

George DYMOND

John GRAY

Jane BANKE

… land in Kendal[?]

Father John JACKSON

[?old] BATMAN Kendal

Probate: Mathew FFIELD and Thomas EATON

1574

Will of Francis Jackson, Goldsmith of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Martyn. Will of Francis Jackson, Goldsmith of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

07 December 1574

Reference:

PROB 11/56/584

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1574 October 31 The will of Francis Jackson, a goldsmith in London. NAMES: Francis JACKSON & wife Anne; Richard JACKSON; John JACKSON; John WILIS[?]; Robert JACKSON; Barthomew ?; Mr. BURTON; Nicholas LAYFIELD. Robert COOP. PLACES: St. Foster's parish; Burton in Kendal;

NOTE: Burton-in-Kendal is a village and civil parish on the extreme southern edge of Cumbria, England. Historically within the county of Westmorland,

1579

Will of Nicholas Jackson, Yeoman of Croydon, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bakon. Will of Nicholas Jackson, Yeoman of Croydon, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 April 1579

Reference:

PROB 11/61/190

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Hard to read in watermarked version. Mention of the Poor of Croyden, his wife and daughter, a sister Jane [NOBSON?] and a John JACKSON and a Robert JACKSON.

 NOTE: a Nicholas JACKSON b 1570 is in the Duddington, Northamptonshire tree.

 

1584

Will of Arthur Jackson, Clothworker of Little Waldingfield, Suffolk

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Watson. Will of Arthur Jackson, Clothworker of Little Waldingfield, Suffolk.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 August 1584

Reference:

PROB 11/67/272

Subjects:

Wills and probate

land in Little Waldingfield

Wife [unnamed]

Three sons: Arthur JACKSON, John JACKSON and Joseph JACKSON. NOTE: Bethams Abstracts mentioned a 1631 will with a brother-in-law Arthur JACKSON and links to Co. Suffolk.

 

1584

Will of John Jackson, Founder of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Watson. Will of John Jackson, Founder of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 July 1584

Reference:

PROB 11/67/223

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[long religious preamble]

To be buried in [?]erogate [?] in London. … Christ’s Church

Donation to poor of Christs’ Hospital.

Bequests to many non-family

Cousin Dorothy DALTON

Sister Margaret

Thomas JACKSON my brothers’ son…

God son John JACKSON son of said Thomas JACKSON …

Margery JACKSON my brother’s grand daughter

 Wife (later named Joyce or Joyre)

 Cousin [Orynd? OWEN?]

 … poor of St. Gyles London … other parishes …

Brother [in-law] George [PILKENFORD?]

William JACKSON

… poor of Oxford and Cambridge …

[?] [?] my wife’s brother’s daughter.

Nephew Thomas JACKSON

1592

Will of John Jackson, Pewterer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Harrington Quire Numbers: 48 - 94. Will of John Jackson, Pewterer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 September 1592

Reference:

PROB 11/80/265

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Saved in my records under 1544 – date of probate is 1592

To be buried at Parish Church of [St?] Myldred in [?] Street London where my first wife was buried.

Christopher [NORTON] “ my brother”

Margaret [GORISON] my {?] daughter.

John SHAW my sister’s son.

John JACKSON was member of pewterer’s guild.

John STANSBYE

Daughter Ursula [ENRETON?]

[?] [?] daughter of my first wife.

1593

Will of Joyce Jackson, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Neville Quire Numbers: 48 - 96. Will of Joyce Jackson, Widow of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 June 1593

Reference:

PROB 11/82/99

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried in Parish Church of Christ Church in London near John JACKSON late husband [see above He was a Founder probate 1584].

..

Dorothy DALTON

Margery WILLIAMS

William MARTEN

[late cousin?] Thomas JACKSON and to Millicent

 

God daughter Anne JACKSON daughter of late cousin Thomas JACKSON

[William? Samuel?] JACKSON son of late cousin Thomas JACKSON.

Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of my late cousin Thomas JACKSON.

George JACKSON son of my late cousin Thomas JACKSON.

John JACKSON son of late cousin Thomas JACKSON.

Thomas JACKSON cousin now dwelling at East Greenwich, Kent

NOTE: Was he a “late” cousin?

1594

Lancashire Archives W/RW/L/R576B/18A

Testator's name: LEONARD JACKSON
Occupation/status:
Place: CASTERTON KYRKBYE LONSDALE
County/Country: YORKSHIRE

NOTE: Buried 14 May 1594 Kirkby Lonsdale.

1594 Will of Leonard JACKSON. NAMES: Leonard JACKSON; Alice JACKSON; Roger JACKSON; Christopher JACKSON; Christopher HEWSON aka HEWITSON; John LUNDE; William MOORE; William HOLME; Nicholas GARNETT; Thomas JACKSON; Henry JACKSON. PLACES: Casterton; Kirkby Lonsdale.

1596

Will of George Jackson, Salter of Saint Mary at Hill, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Drake Quire Numbers: 53 - 92. Will of George Jackson, Salter of Saint Mary at Hill, City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 September 1596

Reference:

PROB 11/88/144

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

only daughter [Sare?] wife of William [HANRORLE?] of London and their children.

Wife Margarett

Cousin: George JACKSON

Sister Alice OWEN

James JACKSON Haberdaher, executor.

1597

NOTE: This did not show up in a search under Thomas JACKSON: My version is: NA PROB 11/90/195.

Will of Thomas Jackson, Armourer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cobham Quire Numbers: 58 - 117. Will of Thomas Jackson, Armourer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 September 1597

Reference:

PROB 11/90/259

Subjects:

Wills and probate

10 Sept 1597 Thomas JACKSON Citizen and Armorer of London … to be buried in Church Yard of St. [Bot]olphe Algate London

Wife: [Josee?] JACKSON

Son: John JACKSON

Grounds in Middlesex

1597

Will of John Jackson, Alderman of Southampton, Hampshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cobham Quire Numbers: 1 - 57. Will of John Jackson, Alderman of Southampton, Hampshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 June 1597

Reference:

PROB 11/89/554

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Body to be buried Church of Hollie [?]

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON

Elizabeth SINGLETON wife of Richard SINGLETON, eldest daughter.

[Jane?] JACKSON daughter.

Anne JACKSON other daughter.

Thomas JACKSON, son.

John JACKSON, son

William JACKSON, son.

John JACKSON (under age 21), son of William JACKSON.

Brother Richard JACKSON of Southampton.

Witnesses: John JACKSON & Richard JACKSON Southampton.

Probate to Thomas JACKSON son.

1597

Will of Thomas Jackson of East Greenwich, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cobham Quire Numbers: 1 - 57. Will of Thomas Jackson of East Greenwich, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

29 April 1597

Reference:

PROB 11/89/392

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Memorandum 25 April 1597

Wife Millesent JACKSON. Witnesses: Francis THOMPSON; John [?]YNDE; Thomas FFISHER

1598

Will of Millicent Jackson, Widow of East Greenwich, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lewyn Quire Numbers: 58 - 103. Will of Millicent Jackson, Widow of East Greenwich, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 June 1598

Reference:

PROB 11/92/13

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Burial Church of East Greenwich near husband Thomas JACKSON.

Thomas FFISHER of Tottenham.

House and grounds in Greenwich.

Legacies of children until they reach age 21.

… given by my uncle and [?] John JACKSON.

… wardship of son George JACKSON.

Probate by Thomas FFISHER

 

1598

Will of Richard Jackson, Draper of Calne, Wiltshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lewyn Quire Numbers: 1 - 57. Will of Richard Jackson, Draper of Calne, Wiltshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 February 1598

Reference:

PROB 11/91/107

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Friend Philip [FYRTH?]

Wife of Philip [FYSEH?]

1599

Sentence of Milicentie Jackson of East Greenwich, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Kidd Quire Numbers: 1 - 46. Sentence of Milicentie Jackson of East Greenwich, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 February 1599

Reference:

PROB 11/93/89

Subjects:

Wills and probate

See above. Not sure why there are two of them.

1599

Sentence of Thomas Jackson of Greenwich, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Kidd Quire Numbers: 1 - 46. Sentence of Thomas Jackson of Greenwich, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 May 1599

Reference:

PROB 11/93/333

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

It is in Latin – not much I can decipher.

John JACKSON, son.

Joseph JACKSON [son?]

Johannis JACKSON

George JACKSON & [?] JACKSON

Probate Johannis JACKSON

1600

SOURCE: Lancashire Archives

WRW-L 576B-45

William JACKSON of Kirby Lonsdale 15 Jan 1600.

Very hard to read mentions [Isabell?] JACKSON and [Agnes?] JACKSON

1601

Will of John Jackson, Yeoman of Bedford, Bedfordshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Woodhall Quire Numbers: 1 - 38. Will of John Jackson, Yeoman of Bedford, Bedfordshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 April 1601

Reference:

PROB 11/97/214

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

John Jackson BU1563~ - testator ; yeoman of Bedford, Bedfordshire

Joan (Chambers?) Jackson - wife of testator

Thomas Jackson BU1549~ - brother of testator ; 1615 will

William Jackson - kinsman of testator ; Executor

Peter Jackson BU1585~ – presumed nephew of testator ; son of Anthony BU1535~ ; 1645 will

Richard Allen - kinsman of testator ; presumed nephew of testator and son of Jane BU1580, dau of Anthony BU1535~

Thomas Allen – perhaps brother of Richard Allen

Peter Fyge/ Fige, gentleman - brother in law of testator’s brother Anthony BU1535 ; of Winslow, Buckinghamshire ; son or brother of Thomas Fyge, lawyer with 1588 will

Dorothy ( ) Topping - widow

Mary Opley/Apley - under age 21 in 1601 ; she has 3 younger sisters

Mr Negase (William Negus) - mayor of Bedford

Henry Crout - of Hitchen, Hertfordshire

William Crout - son of Henry chr 1 Nov 1585 Hitchin

Anthony Partridge -

Places

Winslow, Buckinghamshire

House in Bedford, Bedfordshire – to Joan

Hitchin, Hertfordshire

1601

Will of Raphe Jackson, Stationer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Woodhall Quire Numbers: 39 - 89. Will of Raphe Jackson, Stationer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

25 August 1601

Reference:

PROB 11/98/170

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

Ralph Jackson WK1562~ - testator ; station and citizen of London of St. Faith the Virgin

Martha ( ) Jackson - wife of testator ; Executrix

Nathaniel Jackson L1597~ - son of testator

Joan Jackson L1599~- daughter of testator

William Jackson – witness ; cleric (clergyman or possibly in a legal capacity)

*Stationer – bookseller, seller of paper and writing implements

1601

Will of Richard Jackson, Merchant Tailor of Saint Thomas the Apostle, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Woodhall Quire Numbers: 39 - 89. Will of Richard Jackson, Merchant Tailor of Saint Thomas the Apostle, City of London.

Location: Saint Thomas the Apostle, City of London

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

11 November 1601

Reference:

PROB 11/98/362

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Brother William JACKSON

Brother Francis JACKSON

Anne SALOMAN

Robert PALMER friend

Margaret BATTERBY

Brother Benjamin JACKSON

Poor of St. Thomas the Apostle

Sister Katherine JACKSON

Sister Helen JACKSON

Sister Elizabeth JACKSON

Sister Edyth JACKSON

Sister Margaret JACKSON

Brother Roger JACKSON

40th year of Queen Elizabeth Aug 30

Probate: Roger JACKSON

NOTE: Bethams Abstracts mentioned a 1631 will for a James SALMON [SALOMAN?] with a brother-in-law Arthur JACKSON and links to Co. Suffolk.

1603

Will of Thomas Jackson, Vintner of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bolein Quire Numbers: 57 - 111. Will of Thomas Jackson, Vintner of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

09 December 1603

Reference:

PROB 11/102/685

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

Thomas Jackson ST1573 - testator, unmarried, Vintner and Citizen of London

Mr. John Jackson ST1532 – father of testator ; of Shenstone, Staffordshire ; d. by 1619

Mrs. ( ) ( ) Jackson – mother of testator ; d. by 1619

Richard Jackson ST1560 - testator's eldest brother ; Barrister ; (1619 will)

John Jackson ST1556 or aft 1560 – brother of testator

(Elizabeth) (Drax) Jackson - wife of John Jackson. Possible – not sure.

Richard Jackson ST1579-00 - nephew of testator ; son of John Jackson ; in service at London

Edward Jackson ST1570 – brother of testator

(Isabel) (Quinton) Jackson - wife of Edward Jackson

John Jackson ST1600/1 – nephew of testator ; son of Edward Jackson

Alice (Jackson ST1563) Martin - sister of testator

William Jackson ST1569 - brother of testator (mar 1594 to Alice Woodcock)

Anne (Jackson ST1578/9) Quinton - sister of testator

William Qunton - brother in law of testator

John Quinton - son of William

Ann Quinton - dau of William

Henry Jackson ST1580 - youngest brother of testator ; vicar, MA

Margery Jackson ST1582 - sister of testator ; mar in 1607 to Thomas Gibson

Richard Garbett/ Earbett - cousin of testator

John Turpin - cousin of testator

Mrs. John Turpin – wife of John

Mr. Lawrence Caldwell

Mrs. Caldwell

Miss Stephenson - sister of good friend of testator

Thomas Stephenson - good friend

Jane Ellis

Isabel Loomis?

John Blesse or Bleste - good friend ; witness

James Braithwaite - will witness

Mary Braithwaite

Mary Henry

Mother Hoahe ? -

Jeremy Drury - good friend of testator

Places

Saint Michaels, Cornhill, London

Shenstone, Stafford parish - home of testator's parents

1604

Will of Thomas Jacksonne or Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Harte Quire Numbers: 1 - 48. Will of Thomas Jacksonne or Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 April 1604

Reference:

PROB 11/103/390

Subjects:

Wills and probate

NOTE: Thomas JACKSON PROB 11/103/826

 

Thomas Jackson testator – no description of place or profession.

Ten pounds apiece to James [HARCKE?] Richard JACKSON my brother and John [DITHER?} and George JACKSON. Five pounds to William [HARCKE?] and Richard [HARCKE?]

Edward?

Notes by Jan Waugh

Thomas Jackson L1544~ - Testator ; of ?

Richard Jackson L1546~ - brother of testator

Elizabeth Jackson L1572~ - Niece (see probate) of testator ; Executrix

George Jackson - Presumed cousin of testator ; pos. nephew

( ) (Harker?) Jackson - presumed deceased mother of testator

( ) Harker - Uncle of testator

1605

Will of Thomas Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hayes Quire Numbers: 1 - 53. Will of Thomas Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 May 1605

Reference:

PROB 11/105/357

Subjects:

Wills and probate

 

Transcribed by Jan Waugh PROB 11/105/852

Notes by Jan Waugh

Thomas Jackson N1574~ - testator ; husbandman of Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire ; burial in churchyard (All Saints)

( ) ( ) Jackson – presumed deceased 1st wife

Elizabeth Jackson N1600 – daughter of testator

Joan ( ) Jackson – 2nd? Wife of testator ; with child ; has children by a 1st husband

(Valentine) Jackson N1604 – unborn child ; became Vicar of Leamington, Warwick

Nicholas Jackson N1578~ – presumed brother of testator ; of Duddington, Northamptonshire ; Executor

Children of Nicholas Jackson -

Elizabeth Jackson N1604~ –niece of testator ; dau of Nicholas

Humphrey Jackson N1572~ - brother of testator

Children of Humphrey Jackson –

( ) (Jackson N1582~) Woolman – sister of testator

Henry Woolman – brother in law of testator

Edward Woolman – nephew of testator ; son of Henry Woolman

Children of my sister Woolman -

(Bridget) (Jackson N1580~) Taylor – sister of testator

John Taylor – brother (in law?) of testator ; Executor

Taylor children -

( ) (Jackson N1568~) Buckworth or Burkworth – sister of testator

Burkworth children

Robert Bennington – presumed brother in law of testator

Bennington children -

Property

Cottage, Oxenthorpe Benefield (Benefield, Northamptonshire) – to dau Elizabeth

Fields in Benefield

NOTE: There is a Nicholas JACKSON (1570-1662 of Duddington, Northamptonshire.

1605

Will of Thomas Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hayes Quire Numbers: 1 - 53. Will of Thomas Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 May 1605

Reference:

PROB 11/105/357

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

Thomas Jackson N1574~ - testator ; husbandman of Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire ; burial in churchyard (All Saints)

( ) ( ) Jackson – presumed deceased 1st wife

Elizabeth Jackson N1600 – daughter of testator

Joan ( ) Jackson – 2nd? Wife of testator ; with child ; has children by a 1st husband

(Valentine) Jackson N1604 – unborn child ; became Vicar of Leamington, Warwick

Nicholas Jackson N1578~ – presumed brother of testator ; of Duddington, Northamptonshire ; Executor

Children of Nicholas Jackson -

Elizabeth Jackson N1604~ –niece of testator ; dau of Nicholas

Humphrey Jackson N1572~ - brother of testator

Children of Humphrey Jackson –

( ) (Jackson N1582~) Woolman – sister of testator

Henry Woolman – brother in law of testator

Edward Woolman – nephew of testator ; son of Henry Woolman

Children of my sister Woolman -

(Bridget) (Jackson N1580~) Taylor – sister of testator

John Taylor – brother (in law?) of testator ; Executor

Taylor children -

( ) (Jackson N1568~) Buckworth or Burkworth – sister of testator

Burkworth children

Robert Bennington – presumed brother in law of testator

Bennington children -

Property

Cottage, Oxenthorpe Benefield (Benefield, Northamptonshire) – to dau Elizabeth

Fields in Benefield

NOTE: There is a Nicholas JACKSON (1570-1662 of Duddington, Northamptonshire.

1605

Will of Thomas Jacksonne or Jackson, Clerk, Parson of Hawarden, Flintshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hayes Quire Numbers: 55 - 90. Will of Thomas Jacksonne or Jackson, Clerk, Parson of Hawarden, Flintshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

14 October 1605

Reference:

PROB 11/106/168

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Transcribed by Jan Waugh

Notes by Jan Waugh

Thomas Jackson WA1529~ - testator ; Rector of Hawarden, Wales

Elizabeth ( ) Jackson - wife of testator

Thomas Jackson WA1562~ - son of testator; bur 1622 Stockport, Cheshire

Humphrey Jackson WA1564~ - son of testator

Peter Jackson WA1572~ - son of testator

Mary (Jackson WA1566~) Bostock - daughter of testator

George Bostock - son in law of testator ; husband of Mary ; Executor

Katherine (Jackson WA1568~) Leigh - daughter of testator

Thomas Leigh - son in law of testator ; husband of Katherine ; Executor

Leigh children

Thomas Leigh - ?? son of Samuel? Leigh and Rachel?, the dau of Lady Scudamore

( ) (Jackson WA1570~) Wiley - daughter of testator

( ) Wiley - husband of ()

Jane Jackson WA1539~ - sister of testator ; presumed unmarried

Lady Elizabeth Scudamore

Sir James Scudamore – (1568-1619) of Holme Lacy, Herefordshire ; Gentleman Usher, Q Eliz.

Places

Lease on Hawarden cotes, Flint, Wales – half to son Thomas & half to Thomas Leigh and George Bostock

Chester, Cheshire - property divided between Thos & Humphrey Jackson & Bostock & Leigh

Lease on barn in Broughton, Flintshire, Wales – to sons Thomas and Humphrey & sister Jane

Broadlane house (on the Hawarden Castle Estate) – to wife

1606

Herrington Register SOURCE: Surrey Record Society.  Vol IV.

Thomas JACKSON of St. Olave’s in Southwarke, yeoman.

 

Thomas Jackson SY1546~ - testator ; yeoman of St Olave's, Southwark. 23 Jul 1605, pr 1605/6

( ) (Delman?) Jackson – deceased? Wife of testator

William Jackson SY1520~ – deceased father of testator

Elizabeth Jackson SY1548~ – sister of testator

William Jackson SY1550~– brother of testator

Randolph (Ralph) Jackson SY1572 – brother of testator ; Executor ; draper of London ; d. betw 1619-1625

( ) ( ) Jackson – wife of Randolph

Joan ( ) Delman - widowed mother in law of testator

George Carriadge.

Robert Fretter.

Thomas Coppermitt.

John Nicholas.

Witness William Hone, scrivener and Thomas Greene.

Proved 20 Feb 1605-6.

1608

Will of Thomas Jackson, Husbandman of Boddington, Northamptonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Windebanck Quire Numbers: 1 - 55. Will of Thomas Jackson, Husbandman of Boddington, Northamptonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 February 1608

Reference:

PROB 11/111/162

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

To be buried Church of Boddington.

Daughter Isabel [?]

Wife [?] JACKSON

son [?]

Son: Richard JACKSON executor.

1609

1609 WILL OF GEORGE BAINBRIGGE OF GILFOOT.
Dated 2  Dec., 1609.
[Archd. of Richmond: Lonsdale Deanery].
I desire to be buried in the parish church of Kirby Lonsdale.  I bequeath to my wife Eleanor Bainbrigge the house where I now  dwell and all other my houses for life and the third part of my  goods. To my daughter Isabel Jackson 6 13s. 4d. To Margaret  . . . . son [hole in MS.] I brought up 6s. 8d. To my son in law  Hugh Jackson my best hat. To his son Miles Jackson my best  cloak. To George son of John Bainbrigge my best hose and  doublet. To George son of Miles Bainbrigge a great meal ark a table etc. after my wife's death. Residuary legatee and executor  my son John.   Supervisors my cousin Mr. John Warde and my son in law Hugh Jackson. Witnesses : John Ekrigge, Robert Noddall.  Codicil of 1 March, 1609/10.
I bequeath to Isabel and Eleanor Bainbrigge my son Myles daughters 10s. each. To Anne Bainbridge daughter of my son John  20s.  and to his other daughters 10s. each.
Inventory taken 14 March 1609/10 of the goods of George Bainbrigg of Gillfoot
valuation £24.Proved  21  April, 1610

 

1609

Will of Thomas Jackson, Haberdasher of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dorset Quire Numbers: 1 - 56. Will of Thomas Jackson, Haberdasher of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

26 April 1609

Reference:

PROB 11/113/317

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Burial Church of St. Dionise London.

Anne JACKSON his wife.

Myles JACKSON my son aka Miles JACKSON.

Poor of Ludgate and Newgate.

Brother Myles JACKSON.

Sister Anne PALMER.

Sister Katherine HATTON

Thomas ROWLAND “our brother” [aka brother-in-law]

Michael SIFTON (my kinsman)

William FFARRAR his sister’s son.

Sister Anne EVANS

Kinsman Richard JACKSON, Merchant of Vienna.

Man servant Francis TONNE?

Friend Edward MEREDITH

William [?]

Friend Nicholas [NEWRE?] and his wife.

Sister: Susan STEERE

Friend Edward MERIDITH. Michael SIFTON and Margaret LANE widow.

Richard JACKSON had mortgaged to him lands…

Niece (wife?): Anne

Executor Patrick JACKSON.

George JOLLYMORE.

Friend Richard BROWNLOW

1611

Will of Thomas Jackeson or Jackson, Vintner of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wood Quire Numbers: 1 - 58. Will of Thomas Jackeson or Jackson, Vintner of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 May 1611

Reference:

PROB 11/117/534

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

to be buried at St. Martins

Bequest to poor of St. Martins and to poor of Winston, Berkshire where he was born.

Late sister Jane ALLEN & her daughter Joanne ALLEN

Children of brother [___] JACKSON of Exeter.

brother Stephen JACKSON

Wife & executor: Marjory JACKSON

John MOORE [?]maker

1612

Lancashire Archives John JACKSON of Casterton

WRW-L R576B-11

[written in pencil: was between 1612 and 1614]

The will was damaged with a large section torn out of it. The attached inventory included everything from books to apparel, to a frying pan.

1615

Will of Anne Jackson, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Rudd Quire Numbers: 1 - 66. Will of Anne Jackson, Widow of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 August 1615

Reference:

PROB 11/125/745

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Widow of Thomas JACKSON, Draper, probate 1609.

Mr. Edward MEREDITH

Sister STEERE

Sister HATTON

Alice her servant

Sister WHTTERANCE of Derby

Sister BATE

Cousin Anne EVANS

Mr. COLLAMORE

Appoint  my son Miles JACKSON executor

Cousin HAYWARD my sister HATTON’s daughter

Will dated 11 April 1615

Probate Miles JACKSON, legitimate son of deceased.

NOTE: Jan Waugh has transcribed this in full.

1615

Will of George Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Rudd Quire Numbers: 1 - 66. Will of George Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 May 1615

Reference:

PROB 11/125/496

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Citizen and Merchant Tailor of London.

Nathaniel JACKSON my brother’s son.

[?ogan] JACKSON sister of Nathaniel JACKSON.

Anne SMALLWOOD my sister’s daughter.

Humphry SMALLWOOD my brother [in-law].

Sarah SMALLWOOD his siter.

Thomas GARDINER my sister’s son.

Kinsman Goodman [Page?] [?PORTER]

George DUNN my friend.

Thomas [?]

Friend: Jacob PENNINGTON and his wife.

Mr. HAMBLETON, Mr. BROOKE and Mr [?] my long time friends.

Thomas TIDMAN

Friend [Beford?] BROOKE Haberdasher and Jeffry [DALER?] Ironmonger of London.

Witnesses: John BENTLEY, John HAMBLETON Nicholas [?]

1616

Will of Christopher Jackson, Girdler of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cope Quire Numbers: 68 - 131. Will of Christopher Jackson, Girdler of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

27 July 1616

Reference:

PROB 11/128/155

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

to be buried by wife Anne Parish of St. [?]

Father: William JACKSON

sister Mandele JACKSON [?]

to my [?] Elizabeth JACKSON

Cousin Lord [?]

to my [?] Suzan JACKSON aka Susan

to my [?] [?]ger JACKSON

My two children: Samuel JACKSON & [B?] JACKSON

Daughter [?]

1616

Will of Thomas Jackson or Jackeson of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cope Quire Numbers: 1 - 67. Will of Thomas Jackson or Jackeson of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 February 1616

Reference:

PROB 11/127/127

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

date of Memorandum: 5 May 15?5

Brother: Stephen JACKSON

The rest in Latin:

Stephen JACKSON executor

Marjory JACKSON als MYNNELL

1617

Will of Mylis Jackson, Gentleman of Comb Hay, Somerset

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Weldon Quire Numbers: 1 - 63. Will of Mylis Jackson, Gentleman of Comb Hay, Somerset.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 February 1617

Reference:

PROB 11/129/196

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife Elinor JACKSON.

… messuage in Barton [Regis?]…bought of Phillipp LANGLEY…

Thomas [SIFTON?]

To wife, land in Bristol …

Son Mylis JACKSON.

Son William JACKSON.

.. land in Lufton, Co. Somerset.

Brother [DOROLE?]

Son Thomas JACKSON

… land in Bristol ..

Daughter Joyn JACKSON

.. land in Walker’s tenement …

Daughters Elizabeth and Ann JACKSON.

[grandchild?] Elizabeth JACKSON.

… poor people of Bristol ..

Sister HATTON

Cousin Margaret JONES wife of Morgan JONES.

Cousin EVANS

 

William PITT and his wife.

Sister Anne PALMER dwellings in [?] in Lincolnshire.

Cousin Myles JACKSON

Probate by Eleanor JACKSON, his relict.

NOTE: In the Parish of Ballingarry, the townland of Lisduane 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.

Miles Jackson was the owner of a large estate in Lisduane, Granagh, in the early 1600s.

History of Limerick 55 pp Hamilton JACKSON 1670, then Miles JACKSON & Abraham JACKSON attainted of treason by King James. [pdf filed under Limerick]

1618

Will of Cassandre Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Meade Quire Numbers: 1 - 65. Will of Cassandre Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 February 1618

Reference:

PROB 11/131/160

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Son Thomas – one feather bed

… in house of Jacob SEAGER

mention of diaper cloth and I think holland cloth.

Son Henry JACKSON one feather bed.

Daughter Mary

Daughter Elizabeth

god-daughter PALMER

John PALMER

Executor John CROMPTON 9mention of 2 children)

Isabel JACKSON “my ould [?]”

THOROGOOD

Isabel EARLE

Jane BURRORN

1619

Will of Richard Jackson, Gentleman of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Parker Quire Numbers: 74 - 118. Will of Richard Jackson, Gentleman of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 August 1619

Reference:

PROB 11/134/77

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

Richard Jackson ST1560 - testator ; gentleman of Wolverhampton ; Barrister of Clement’s Inn

(Anne) (Gough) Jackson) – deceased (by 1614) 1st wife of testator

Elizabeth (Eggington) Jackson – 2nd wife of testator ; dau of John Eggington of Robinson ; she mar. 2nd Richard Barnfield

Richard Jackson ST1613 - only son of testator ; minor, yet to be educated ; became a barrister

Mr. Henry Jackson ST1580 - brother of testator ; vicar of Dudley, Staff. ; Overseer

Children of Henry Jackson -

Edward Jackson ST1570~ - brother of testator ; Overseer ; (1647 will) ; mar 1599 Isabel Quinton (1652 will)

(Alice) (Jackson ST1570/1) Martin - sister of testator

(Thomas? Martin) – husband of Alice

(Anne) (Jackson ST1578l/9) Quinton - sister of testator

(William Quinton) – husband of Anne

(Margery) (Jackson ST1582) Gibson - sister of testator

(Thomas Gibson) – husband of Margery

John Jackson ST1556~ – deceased brother of testator ; d. betw 1603-1619

Richard Jackson ST1579-00 - nephew of testator ; son of John Jackson ; in service in London

( ) Green - late uncle of testator ; perhaps a barrister

Mr. Richard Wilks - kinsman of testator ; of Willenhall ; Overseer

Mr. John Garbett - kinsman of testator ; of Nechells, (Birmingham) Warwick ; Overseer

Mrs. ( ) Eggington - mother in law [Isabel Morton?]

John Egginton, gent. - brother in law

William Bailey - friend of testator ; clerk

Mr. Henry Gough -

Robert Brimley -

Edmond Warings, Esq. - friend

Mr. Thomas Austin - friend of Tetnall

Property

Dwelling house, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire – to wife and son, then bro Henry

Pipehill, Lichfield, Staffordshire

Merrydale – to wife and son, then bro Edward

Ashborn Hayes, Bloxwich (Walsall), Staffordshire

Walsall, Staffordshire

Great Wyrley, in South Staffordshire - a mining village

Pelsall (Walsall), Staffordshire

Monmore Croft, Staffordshire

1619

Will of Robert Jackson, Mercer of Louth, Lincolnshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Parker Quire Numbers: 1 - 73. Will of Robert Jackson, Mercer of Louth, Lincolnshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 May 1619

Reference:

PROB 11/133/522

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Sister Elizabeth JACKSON

Wife: Elizabeth JACKSON

Children

Son: John JACKSON bequeathed the house in which Robert JACKSON dwells.

Land in Louth…

Son: Robert JACKSON

???] JACKSON daughter of Robert JACKSON after marriage or when of age.

Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of Robert JACKSON after marriage or when of age.

Jane JACKSON 3rd daughter of Robert JACKSON…

Emma JACKSON 4t daughter of Robert JACKSON ….

[??] [??]

Brother Richard JACKSON

Lots of other names hard to read … BILLINGE …

Probate to Elizabeth JACKSON, relict.

1623

Will of Anne Jackson, Spinster of Hayes, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Swann Quire Numbers: 1 - 66. Will of Anne Jackson, Spinster of Hayes, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 June 1623

Reference:

PROB 11/141/744

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Brother Thomas JACKSON

[his son Henry?]

John JACKSON (was this a nephew?)

Christopher JACKSON (was this a brother or a nephew?)

Brother [Mosy?] JACKSON

Mary THOMAS

Cousin Marie JACKSON

Cousin Katherine JACKSON

Jane her brother Thomas JACKSON’s maid?

Probate: Dorothy JACKSON

 

1623

WILL OF ELEANOR BAINBRIGG OF GILLFOOT.
Dated 25  April, 1623.  [Archd. of Richmond : Lonsdale Deanery] .  I desire to be buried in the parish church of Kirby Lonsdale.  I bequeath to my daughter Isabel Jackson a pair of sheets,  2   pairs  of blankets and a coverlet. To her daughter Margaret Jackson a  feather bed. To George Bainbrigge son of my son John 15s. and  a silver spoon. To Thomas Bainbrigge 5s. and a silver spoon.  To Ellen Bainbrige daughter of John my best gown and 5s. To  Isabel Bainbrige 5s. To Mary Bainbrige 5s. To Ellen Bainbrige  daughter of Miles Bainbrigge deceased a red petticoat. To  Isabel Aykrigg my best ruff. To Thomas Wright   2s.   6d. To  Mabel Barker 6d.
Residuary legatee and executor, my son John Bainbrigge
Supervisors, Edward Bland, John Aykrige. Witnesses : George Bainbrigge, John Aykrige, Robert Noddalle.
Inventory taken 19 Aug., 1623
valuation 8 16s. od.

 

1623

Will of Richard Jackson, Armorer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Swann Quire Numbers: 1 - 66. Will of Richard Jackson, Armorer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 June 1623

Reference:

PROB 11/141/705

Subjects:

Wills and probate

 

NOTE: Transcribed in full by Jan Waugh.

To be buried in St Sepulcres Church

Brother: John JACKSON

Children of brother William JACKSON deceased (6 children) except William JACKSON his eldest and his father’s heir. Richard JACKSON was his next son.

Sister: Elizabeth TIDMAN

Wife is still living.

John SHUCKBURGH of Upper Shuckburgh, Warwickshire or his son John.

Brother [in-law] Sherwood

John FULLAM and his wife Sara

Henry HOWELL

Kinsmen John BEE & Cornelius BEE

Cousin  Mr. Henry NEWBY and his wife

William ALLEN

Mary SHERWOOD the daughter of Robert SHERWOOD

Wife: Sara JACKSON executor & relict

1624

Will of Nicholas Jackson of Greenwich, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Byrde Quire Numbers: 66 - 118. Will of Nicholas Jackson of Greenwich, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 November 1624

Reference:

PROB 11/144/409

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Memorandum 1622.

Wife Alice JACKSON

Sister: [?]

1625

Will of John Jackson, Bachelor of Divinity and Parson of Saint Alban Wood Street, City…

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Clarke Quire Numbers: 64 - 102. Will of John Jackson, Bachelor of Divinity and Parson of Saint Alban Wood Street, City of London.

London. To be buried at St. Albans or other …

Brother: Thomas JACKSON

Sister: Elizabeth COFFEY[?] wife of Thomas COFFEY

Kinsman [?]: Ellen [?]

Wife: Margaret

Three daughters: Margaret, Elizabeth & Marie.

1625

Will of Joseph Jackson, Clothworker of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Clarke Quire Numbers: 1 - 63. Will of Joseph Jackson, Clothworker of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 March 1625

Reference:

PROB 11/145/429

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

31 Dec [?]

Appoint Joseph JACKSON Citizen and Clothier & Leonard [PARKER? PORTER?]

… purchase of other lands and houses in London

John KIRBY merchant of London [Cousin?]

Son: John JACKSON executor

To wife – house on [Milke?street?]

1626

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/L/R576B/46

Testator's name: WILLIAM JACKSON

Occupation/status:

Place: KIRKBY LONSDALE

County/Country:...

NOTE: He was buried April 24, 1626, Kirkby Lonsdale

1626 Apr 20 Will of William JACKSON of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland. This William JACKSON was the father of Rev. Richard JACKSON (1602-1681) of Kirkby Lonsdale. This son gave this William at least 20 grandchildren, many of whom settled in Ireland. NAMES: William JACKSON; Frances or Francis JACKSON (?); Nicholas BORRETT; Jane BORRETT née WILSON; Mary JACKSON née SLATER; Francis JACKSON; Christopher GRIDDARD (or GILDARD); John JACKSON; Henry RICCI[?]GY; Wilson?; Agnes JACKSON;  Thomazen TINDALL (?);  Christopher GOUGH; Edward WILSON; William [BERKERS? HERBERT?]; John SPENCER; John [JAXON?]; James SMYTH; Anne TRAYNER(?); PLACES: Kirkby Lonsdale; Underly Hall; Nether Levens Hall;

1626

Will of Richard Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hele Quire Numbers: 57 - 108. Will of Richard Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 July 1626

Reference:

PROB 11/149/592

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Brother John JACKSON

Brother [in-law] George PATE

Uncle ANALY

Richard SHERETT

Uncle [FOSTER?]

John [Pire] ANALY

Mr. TOBY

PROBATE: Henry MARTIN George PATE

1631

Will of Henry Jackson, Vintner of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: St. John Quire Numbers: 69 - 138. Will of Henry Jackson, Vintner of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

24 October 1631

Reference:

PROB 11/160/519

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Will Notes by Jan Waugh

Henry Jackson - testator ; vintner and citizen of London ; 1629 will

Joyce (Whitehead) Jackson - wife of testator ; Executrix

Martha (Jackson) Ap Powell - daughter of testator

John Ap Powell, gent. - husband of Martha ; Supervisor

Ap Powell children

Robert Lee - nephew of testator ; vintner of London (See Edw Whitehead 1606 will)

Mary (Jackson) Norton - daughter of testator

Stephen Norton - husband of Mary ; grocer of London ; Supervisor

Norton children

Brother Butcher - ? step siblings?

Sister Butcher

Deeds of land in Rugby, Warwick to sons in law

1631

Will of Luke Jackson, Girdler of Saint Nicholas Acons, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: St. John Quire Numbers: 1 - 68. Will of Luke Jackson, Girdler of Saint Nicholas Acons, City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

31 January 1631

Reference:

PROB 11/159/97

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Wife: [?]

Daughter: Anne JACKSON £100

Mother [?[

Brother George JACKSON

Luke JACKSON, godson

Children of said sister [?all]

Brother in law: George [?]

Bequeath to Christs Hospital London for the use of the children in there harboured…

Bequeath to Girdlers of London

Bequeath to children of my [?] vizt John BARTON and Elizabeth…

1634

Will of Thomas Jackson, Trumpeter's Mate of the Ship Exchange

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Seager Quire Numbers: 65 - 114. Will of Thomas Jackson, Trumpeter's Mate of the Ship Exchange.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

19 August 1634

Reference:

PROB 11/166/133

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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To wife Alice JACKSON dwelling house in [Posanary] Lane

Richard DOLLYNET trumpeter.

Joseph JACKSON (cousin?0

Probate to Alice JACKSON relict.

1635

Will of Henry Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Sadler Quire Numbers: 45 - 92. Will of Henry Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 May 1635

Reference:

PROB 11/168/63

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

very brief –

To Thomas [EVERLEIGH?]

Daughter: Maria [EVERLEIGH]

Will dated may 1624.

probate to [Alanice?] JACKSON widow and relict.

1635

Will of John Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Sadler Quire Numbers: 45 - 92. Will of John Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London.

PROB-11-168-581

Son – Samuel JACKSON

Son – John JACKSON

Daughter – Sara JACKSON

Wife: Joanne or Jocyn

Mention of Lincolns Inn

NOTE: This one is hard to read.

 

 

1635

Will of Thomas Jackson, Merchant of Bristol, Gloucestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Sadler Quire Numbers: 45 - 92. Will of Thomas Jackson, Merchant of Bristol, Gloucestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 May 1635

Reference:

PROB 11/168/142

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

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1634 Feb 1 “lying upon his death”

Brother [?[ JACKSON

William JACKSON

to former partner …

Witness: Joseph JACKSON

Probate: Anne JACKSON[?] Thomas JACKSON

Marginalia: [Thomas JACKSON] Margaretta [ALASKEE]

1636

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/F/R336B/29

Testator's name: THOMAS JACKSON

Occupation/status: Not given

Place: DONERDALL IN FURNESS, KIRKBY ...

Possibly related:

W/RW/F/R336B/9 1635 Will of Nicholas JACKSON of Dunnerdale, Broughton, Kirkby Ireleth

W/RW/F/R336A/48 1638 will of Jennet JACKSON of Donerdale, Kirkby Ireleth.

W/RW/K/R447A/13 Jul 15, 1648 Alice JACKSON widow, Kirkby Kendall

SOURCE: The Memoirs Of Sir Daniel Fleming Transcribed By R. E. Porter

And Edited By W. G. Collingwood. Kendal Titus Wilson & Son 1928.

I.e. Richard Booth or del Bothe, who sold a house in Soutergate, Ulverston, to Thomas Jackson, ' chaloner ' (blanket-maker). In the original deed, ' Nicholas Corker ' stands as ' John Corbet ' ; John Corker, however, appears in other deeds of this period. This was a footnote to: Con. P. Bothes* Grant of a Tenement in Ulverston, Witnesses: Christo. de Berdsey, Tho. le Fleming, Tho. de Osmunderlaw, Will, del Fell, Nicho. Corker, &c. Dated Nov. 11.

4. H. 6.

A History of the County of Lancaster Vol 8. At British History on Line.

03 May 1636

Children: Nicholas, Edward (eldest), Elizabeth, Ellene, Jenet. To be buried at church of Broughton. Wife [Alice?]. Witnesses John JACKSON & George JACKSON. Inventory 3 Feb 1635. Probate May 3, 1636.

1637

Will of Joyce Jackson, Widow of Saint Albans, Hertfordshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Goare Quire Numbers: 119 - 168. Will of Joyce Jackson, Widow of Saint Albans, Hertfordshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

17 October 1637

Reference:

PROB 11/175/155

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Transcribed by Jan Waugh

Date of will 1637.

Daughter: Martha POWELL wife of John POWELL of St. Albans.

Daughter: Mary NORTON wife of Stephen NORTON of London.

Sisters: Elizabeth [BUTCHER?] and Mary REYNOLD.

[Clare?] MOORE my sister’s daughter

Grandchild Thomas [?]

To the poor people f St. Peters.

Witnesses: Edmund NEALE Thomas [HARRIS?} 7 John [CHERNORK?]

1640

Will of Barnaby Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Coventry Quire Numbers: 117 - 173. Will of Barnaby Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 November 1640

Reference:

PROB 11/184/300

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Transcribed by Jan Waugh.

Burial in Churchyard of Boughton.

Son William JACKSON bequeath house at the sign of the [?] at the east end of the market where Nicholas SMITH lives and lease to daughter-in-law of the house I live in.

Wife: Elizabeth JACKSON.

Witness: John RODLEY, Edward [?].

Probate to Elizabeth JACKSON relict.

NOTE: Possible link to: 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. NOTE: Freemen of Limerick. Jackson, Barnaby, Esq., Curluddy, County Co. Kilkenny, 11/5/1762

 

1641

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/L/R576B/18

Testator's name: JOHN THE ELDER JACKSON

Occupation/status:

Place: PUDDLEHAW IN CASTERTON KIRKBY ...

11 NOV 1641

Probate. John JACKSON of Puddlehaw in Casterton. Yeoman. Body to buried in Parish churchyard of Kirkby Lonsdale as near the burial place of my family as the ground will permit. Item I give unto my eldest son John JACKSON one table in the [?] house; second son Robert JACKSON; Item I give to Elin JACKSON my daughter [?] Item I give to Elin JACKSON daughter of my son John Executrix of this my last will and testament… wife Juliana JACKSON…. 17th day September… Lord Charles… King of England and Scotland [?] and Ireland Defender of the faith… WITNESSES: Nicholas HIND; Thomas GARNETT; Tho BAMBRIGG.

PROBATE: Juliana JACKSON relict of Johannis JACKSON Puddlehaw Casterton yeoman [Richard DODGSON?] Barbon… Witnesses Thomas HARRISON; George BENSON. Juliana JACKSON [her mark] Richard DODGSON

INVENTORY: That of a prosperous yeoman farmer.

1641

Will of Anne Jackson alias Bridges, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Evelyn Quire Numbers: 105 - 155. Will of Anne Jackson alias Bridges, Widow of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 November 1641

Reference:

PROB 11/187/301

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Aunt the Lady [?]

Uncle Mr. Thomas BOND?

Cousin Martha BOND

Cousin Barbara BOND

Edmond MORRIS London Draper

Cousin Thomas BOND of London Doctor

1647

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/L/R576B/25

Testator's name: RICHARD JACKSON

Occupation/status: YEOMAN

Place: MIDLETON KIRKBY LONSDALE

County...

1647 probate of will of Richard JACKSON of Middleton. NOTE- The inventory of his assets was dated 1641, although the probate cover sheet says 1647, and the will itself was dated 1638. The BAINBRIGGE family, mentioned in this will, intermarried with various branches of the JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale families - notably, with an OTWAY and a NORTH intermarriage. There were likely others that we will unravel in the fullness of time. NAMES: Richard JACKSON; Mrs. JACKSON; John JACKSON; Isobel JACKSON; John THIRNBECK; Thomas BAINBRIGGE; Richard BAINBRIGGE; John BAINBRIGGE; Edward BAINBRIGGE; Alice BAINBRIGGE. PLACES: Middleton, Kendal, Westmorland.

NOTE: Thomas Bainbrigge (bur 05.11.1658, 3rd son) m. Agnes Jackson (dau of George Jackson of Derby).+ issue (a 1619) - John (b c1616), Elizabeth (b c1610), Mary (b c1612)

1647

Sentence of Thomas Jackson, Doctor in Divinity, Senior Prebendary of Christchurch in Caterbury

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fines Quire Numbers: 129 - 201. Sentence of Thomas Jackson, Doctor in Divinity, Senior Prebendary of Christchurch in Caterbury.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

01 July 1647

Reference:

PROB 11/201/65

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Filed under 1644

The 1647 Probate of Will of Rev Thomas JACKSON Canterbury coupled with the 1658 March 14 Probate Will of Elizabeth JACKSON, his wife, lead us to their grandson Lodowick JACKSON and to understanding his connections to County Cork in the mid-1600s. It is likely that some of his descendants rooted there. For example, the ancestry of Alderman Ambrose JACKSON has yet to be taken that one step back toto connect to likely roots in Britain. SEE: Jacksons of Canterbury & Nantwich England and Co. Cork, Ireland. This Family tree starts in Lancashire with the 1571 birth of Rev. Thomas JACKSON. He became the prebendary of Canterbury Cathedral and was a grandfather of Lodowick JACKSON of Youghall Co. Cork who served as a customs and paymaster in the mid-1600s. In the 1640s, Rev. Thomas experienced financial set-backs and had to retrench. The financial circumstances of his family was like many of their class whose sons lived in Ireland and worked as merchants, military, clerics, or government officials.

1648

Will of Margarett Jackson, Widow of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Essex Quire Numbers: 1 - 52. Will of Margarett Jackson, Widow of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 March 1648

Reference:

PROB 11/203/593

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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To be buried with my late husband John JACKSON parish of St. Mastend[?]

mother-in-law Margaret JACKSON and her daughter Anne EVAN

To late husband’s uncle ___ LAW and his wife & to Thomas LAW and [Phylis?] LAW

Brother-in-law Thomas JACKSON

Katherine TODD widow

widow CLARKE

Samuel and Sarah LAMB children of cousin Sarah LAMB

Cousin [Louisa?] PARKER

Zacharie BAYLE Blacksmith

Zacharie Taylor

Probate: Zacharie TAYLOR

1649

Will of William Jackson, Gentleman of City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fairfax Quire Numbers: 154 - 193. Will of William Jackson, Gentleman of City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

02 November 1649

Reference:

PROB 11/210/15

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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appoint Mr. William [?] of London Merchant executor.

Father: William JACKSON Date of will: 30 July 1642.

1651

Will of Dorothy Jackson, Widow of Higham, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Grey Quire Numbers: 201 - 251. Will of Dorothy Jackson, Widow of Higham, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 November 1651

Reference:

PROB 11/219/228

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Eldest son: William JACKSON.

Son: Thomas JACKSON

Daughter Joane MAIN[WANT?]

Anne JACKSON of Parish of Higham, Kent

Margaret BURKMAN

Sister: Margaret [?]

Probate: William JACKSON, son.

1651

Will of Isaac Jackson, Husbandman of Milnsbridge, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Grey Quire Numbers: 201 - 251. Will of Isaac Jackson, Husbandman of Milnsbridge, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 November 1651

Reference:

PROB 11/219/270

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Sister Sarah JACKSON and his master Edward ATKINSON to be joint executors.

Martha ATKINSON wife of Edward.

1651

Will of Rachaell Jackson, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Grey Quire Numbers: 105 - 155. Will of Rachaell Jackson, Widow of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 July 1651

Reference:

PROB 11/217/613

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

To be buried in Mary Magdalen in Mil[?] or St. Botolphs.

1651

Will of Talbott Jackson, Feltmaker of Lancaster, Lancashire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Grey Quire Numbers: 156 - 200. Will of Talbott Jackson, Feltmaker of Lancaster, Lancashire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

11 October 1651

Reference:

PROB 11/218/466

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Son John JACKSON esq, executor.

Daughter Ellen is mentioned.

Wife Margaret JACKSON (presumably a 2nd wife)

SEE ALSO: Lancaster Church Register records of JACKSONs.

1628 May 31 m Dorothy JOHNSON

Richard JACKSON 1629 Jan son

Robert JACKSON 1629 Jan son

Daughter Anne JACKSON b 1633.

Henry JACKSON 1635 son.

Dorothy JACKSON vxor buried 1638

1644 Ellen JACKSON daughter (from 2nd wife – unless there are two Talbott JACKSONs. The only one mentioned in the will)

1651

Will of William Jackson, Husbandman of Higham, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Grey Quire Numbers: 201 - 251. Will of William Jackson, Husbandman of Higham, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 November 1651

Reference:

PROB 11/219/229

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Daughter Joane

Son: William JACKSON

son: Thomas JACKSON

NOTE: 5 children mentioned in will, only two were named.

PROBATE: William JACKSON son of Dorothy JACKSON one of the executors mentioned in will of Dorothy JACKSON.

 

1652

Will of Ambrose Jackson, Yeoman of Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bowyer Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Ambrose Jackson, Yeoman of Westmorland.

Location: Westmorland

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 January 1652

Reference:

PROB 11/220/32

Subjects:

Wills and probate

19 March 1648

Of Skerrigill of Forest of Stainmore.

To be buried in parish Church of [Brough?]

To loving wife Agnes JACKSON one half of my tenement…

Three daughters Margaret, Elizabeth and Agnes

Son [Ambrose]

Brother Christopher JACKSON

Brother-in-law Ralph [SIS?OISKE]

5 Jan 1651

Probate Margarett, Elizabeth & Agnes JACKSON

Notes from Abstracts of Probates:

JACKSON, Ambrose, of Skerrigill(Scurrygill),in Stainmore Forest, (p. Brough,) Westmorland. Admon w. Will [9 Bowyer] Jan. 5, 1651-2 to relict AGNES JACKSON alias Conniston, d.m. children Mary, Eliz., and Agnes Jackson.

1652

Will of Dorothie Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bowyer Quire Numbers: 196 - 244. Will of Dorothie Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 July 1652

Reference:

PROB 11/224/269

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

to Thomas WALPOOLE and his children

to Sarah daughter of Francis GILL

to Elizabeth [MINNO?]

to Elizabeth GOODBID

Cousin Lidia JACKSON the wife of my cousin John JACKSON of Newington [co. Kent?]

Sarah GOODBIN daughter of GOODBIN [GOODWIFE?]

[?] JACKSON

Lidia JACKSON executor

WITNESS: Edward LANGFORD.

Sir Nathaniel BRENT of Prerogative Court.

1652

Will of Margaret Jackson, Widow of Westminster, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bowyer Quire Numbers: 52 - 106. Will of Margaret Jackson, Widow of Westminster, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 April 1652

Reference:

PROB 11/221/480

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

To be buried St. Margaret, Westminster

Executor: Elizabeth MOULDER wife of Nicholas MOULDER

1652

Will of Stephen Jackson, Gentleman of Heskerige, Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bowyer Quire Numbers: 107 - 153. Will of Stephen Jackson, Gentleman of Heskerige, Northumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 June 1652

Reference:

PROB 11/222/446

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Wife Jane

Son: Charles JACKSON

Son: William JACKSON

Daughter: Jane JACKSON

Son: Eliezer JACKSON & his sister Anna

Son” [Na?]than JACKSON

Daughter Mary JACKSON

Daughter Isabel JACKSON

Daughter: Frances JACKSON

Daughter: Margaret JACKSON

Son: Stephen JACKSON

Nephew John [?] Alderman Berwick

Nephew: Stephen JACKSON

1653

Will of George Jackson, Yeoman of Houghead within Withington, Lancashire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Brent Quire Numbers: 269 - 318. Will of George Jackson, Yeoman of Houghead within Withington, Lancashire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

29 June 1653

Reference:

PROB 11/230/343

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Master Edward MOSLEY

son: Richard JACKSON Clerke

Wife: Anne

Son: James

Daughter: Marie

Daughter [?]

Kinsman: William JACKSON of Brooksbank

Brother-in-law John HUGHES

Sister Elizabeth

Sister: Anne

Children of Richard JACKSON: Anne, Marie & Frances.

1653

Will of Roger Jackson, Yeoman of Newbiggin, Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Brent Quire Numbers: 54 - 109. Will of Roger Jackson, Yeoman of Newbiggin, Westmorland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

11 July 1653

Reference:

PROB 11/226/283 NOTE: Filed under PRONI and National Archive.

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried in Morland Church

To Richard HODGSON and wife Jennett

Sister Ellenor ROBINSON

Mary ROBINSON

Ellenor wife of Rowland LAMBE and her children

Edward son of Richard WINTER

John ROBINSON

Wife of Richard KENDALL

God-daughter daughter of John CAMPHING

God-daughter daughter of Micahell SALHOLD[?]

Godson Robert CLARKE

Ellinor JACKSON

John PARROT

Richard WINTER

 

1654

Will of Christopher Jackson, Clothier of Leeds, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 463 - 516. Will of Christopher Jackson, Clothier of Leeds, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 March 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/242/61

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Anne JACKSON daughter of my son George Jackson.

Son George JACKSON’s son Christopher.

Brother: Thomas JACKSON

Nephew: Christopher JACKSON, executor with George JACKSON.

1654

Will of Christopher Jackson, Innholder of Peterborough, Northamptonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 202 - 253. Will of Christopher Jackson, Innholder of Peterborough, Northamptonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

14 October 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/237/465

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

[God?]son Richard JAKSON my eldest brother’s son.

Brother John JACKSON

Brother William JACKSON

Daughter: Anne JACKSON

dwellinghouse in Peterborough to brother John JACKSON.

Brother-in-Law [illegible]

1654

Will of Eleazer Jackson, Burges of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 107 - 159. Will of Eleazer Jackson, Burges of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 May 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/245/2

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Brother [Polhan?] JACKSON of [?solrigg]

legacy from his [unnamed] father

Probate: Elizabeth JACKSON, relict of Eleazer.

1654

Will of John Jackson, Yeoman of Wharfe, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 463 - 516. Will of John Jackson, Yeoman of Wharfe, Yorkshire.

PROB 11/242/45

Body to be buried at Churchyard or Church at Clapham

Wife Ellin aka Ellen

Bequeath to John JACKSON [of Austwirke?] nephew and son of Thomas JACKSON of Wharff

Elizabeth JOHNSON daughter of John JOHNSON of Austwirke

Thomas JACKSON son of Thomas JACKSON & Robert his brother & Thomas JACKSONs five daughters

1654

Will of Samuell Jackson, Clothworker of Leeds, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 463 - 516. Will of Samuell Jackson, Clothworker of Leeds, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 August 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/242/637

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Samuel JACKSON PROB 11/242/602

Samuel JACKSON of Leeds, Co. York Clothier

Wife: Mary JACKSON

Michael HUTCHINSON Chapman

Son Samuel JACKSON Executor

Thomas STURDY

Brother-in-law William [MARWOODS?] of Laughton Co. Lincoln Esq.

Cousin George JACKSON of Leeds Merchant

Son John JACKSON

Probate 30 Aug 1654

1654

Will of Samuell Jackson, Mercer

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 357 - 409. Will of Samuell Jackson, Mercer.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 March 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/240/431

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON

Mother: Barbara SKYAN?

Brother Isaac JACKSON

Brother George [CLARKE}

Samuel son of Isaak JACKSON

Millicent WILCOX

Brother John WILCOX

Samuel son of Thomas JACKSON

John son of Thomas JACKSON Probate to Elizabeth JACKSON, relict.

1654

Will of Susan or Susanna Jackson, Spinster of Halifax, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 463 - 516. Will of Susan or Susanna Jackson, Spinster of Halifax, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 July 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/242/479

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Mother: Anne JACKSON of Halifax with George JACKSON of Soursbuy

Mi[??]ah JACKSON of Soursbury

Probate Anne JACKSON, her mother.

1654

Will of William Jackson, Butcher of Thirsk, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 463 - 516. Will of William Jackson, Butcher of Thirsk, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 June 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/242/386

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Burial Church yard of Carlton

To Poor of Parish Carleton

Daughter of Jane SIMPSON

[?] daughter of my daughter Jane

Thomas LANGDALE

Elizabeth CLARKE and Margarett daughter of Stephen LOVORY

Son: John JACKSON.

Youngest Son: Henry JACKSON.Richard Danby

Wife Frances JACKSON executor & relict

1654

Will of Zachariah Jackson, Bricklayer of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Alchin Quire Numbers: 357 - 409. Will of Zachariah Jackson, Bricklayer of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

31 March 1654

Reference:

PROB 11/240/545

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Son: Zachariah JACKSON

Daughter: Elizabeth JACKSON

Wife Anne JACKSON

Will dated 26 May 1653

Probate to Anne JACKSON, relict.

1655

Will of Leonard Jackson, Tanner of York, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 264 - 318. Will of Leonard Jackson, Tanner of York, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 July 1655

Reference:

PROB 11/248/668

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Brother & executor: Thomas JACKSON and his wife Elizabeth.

Father: Leonard JACKSON

Sister Jane BERKELL

Sister [Anne] BARNOT

Ralph ROBINSON

Dorothy ROBINSON

Sister: Elizabeth JACKSON.

1655

Will of Nicholas Jackson, Gentleman of Brigstock, Northamptonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 51 - 106. Will of Nicholas Jackson, Gentleman of Brigstock, Northamptonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

09 July 1655

Reference:

PROB 11/244/206

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Son: John JACKSON.

Daughter Mary, wife of John LEWES.

Son: Nicholas JACKSON – tenements in Brigstock.

Daughter Susannah JACKSON

Daughter Daread JACKSON [odd forename]

Elizabeth JACKSON

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON executor & relict.

 

1655

Will of Robert Jackson, Burgis of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 51 - 106. Will of Robert Jackson, Burgis of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

25 August 1655

Reference:

PROB 11/244/683

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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To be buried with his wife and friends [was there a 1st wife?]

Wife: Margaret JACKSON house in [?] Street.

House in Churchgate to eldest son Stephen JACKSON of City of London.

House adjoining Thomas BERRINGE Joyner’s house

Son: [Francis?] JACKSON

3td son Richard JACKSON house in Berwick

Grand[?] Thomas BRISTON

Probate: Margaret JACKSON, relict.

1655

Will of Thomas Jackson, Cook of Saint Giles in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 264 - 318. Will of Thomas Jackson, Cook of Saint Giles in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 July 1655

Reference:

PROB 11/248/635

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Brothers: William JACKSON and John JACKSON

Wife: Alice JACKSON

1655

Will of Thomas Jackson, Schoolmaster of Penrith, Cumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 264 - 318. Will of Thomas Jackson, Schoolmaster of Penrith, Cumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 July 1655

Reference:

PROB 11/248/551

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Probate 1655 – I had filed it under date of will 1654

To be buried in Church of Penrith’

Wife: Dorothy JACKSON

Daughter: Dorothy JACKSON

To come out of monies which Nicholas JACKSON hath a mortgage on called Dax-gate-hole at Whtsontyde

Daughter: Annas JACKSON

Daughter: Frances JACKSON

Daughter: Mary JACKSON

Daughter: Sara JACKSON

Relict: Dorothy JACKSON

1655

Will of William Jackson, Woollen Draper of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 426 - 475. Will of William Jackson, Woollen Draper of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 November 1655

Reference:

PROB 11/251/411

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Notes by Jan Waugh

Thomas Jackson LI1548~ - testator ; wool draper of Gainsborough, Lincoln ; 1604, pr 1605

Katherine (Turrie) Jackson – 2nd? wife of testator

John Jackson LI1575 – eldest son of testator

William Jackson LI1581 – 2nd son of testator

Roger Jackson LI1595- 3rd son of testator ; under age 14

Mary Jackson LI1584 – daughter of testator ; under age 21

Alice Jackson LI1593- daughter of testator ; under age 21

Elizabeth Jackson LI1599 - testator's daughter ; under age 21

Anne (Jackson LI1578) Beale - testator's daughter

(Christopher Beale) – husband of Anne

Thomas Beale – grandson of testator ; Anne's son

William Jackson (the elder) LI1562~ - Gainsborough woolen draper ; (pos brother or cousin)

Francis Jackson LI1596 - son of William Jackson, the elder

William Jackson LI1600 - son of William Jackson, the elder ; DID this William reside w/Alice Gray?

Alice Gray - perhaps a sister or niece of testator ; resides in cottage in Moreton, Gains, Linc.

Roger Jackson LI1545~ - testator's brother ; resides Gainsborough

Anne (Agnes) Jackson LI1576 – niece of testator ; dau of Roger Jackson

Mary Jackson LI1581 – niece of testator ; dau of Roger Jackson

Edward Stanley –

Samuel Harrington -

Anne Harrington -

William Bearley - lives in one of Thos' homes

Robert Clarkson - lives in one of Thos' homes

Henry Homes / Howes - resides in the Forest Home of Gainsborough

William Juxon - resides in the Forest Home of Gainsborough

Property

House in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire – to wife, then to son John

2nd house in Gainsborough, Linc – to bro Roger

2 houses in West Stockwith, Nottinghamshire – to wife, then one house to son William, other to Roger

Hayholme in Leven Parish, Holderness, Yorkshire – to wife, then to son John

Preston Parish, Lancashire – to wife, then to son John

Lord’s Forest, Gainsborough – to dau Mary

Skitgate house, Gainsborough – to son William

2 houses in Moreton, Gainsborough – to son William

Dwelling house and shop – to son William

1656

Will of Daniell Jackson of Wilbarston, Northamptonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Aylett Quire Numbers: 51 - 106. Will of Daniell Jackson of Wilbarston, Northamptonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 March 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/244/754

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

to be buried at Church at Wilbarston

Son: Daniel JACKSON of [?]

Wife: Elizabeth JACKSON

Daniel JACKSON of Ches[?] (who is he?)

John son of Edward JACKSON

Edward Jackson, Thomas JACKSON & John JACKSON sons of John JACKSON of [?]

William JACKSON of Wildon my kinsman.

Thomas JACKSON of [?] Kinsman

Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of Edward JACKSON of [?]

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON, sole executor/

1656

Will of Joane Jackson, Widow of Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 105 - 154. Will of Joane Jackson, Widow of Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

19 April 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/254/253

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Cousin: Henry JACKSON – a field lying upom the [Gd[?]] in Little Chamber

3 daughters: Agnes LODGINGHAM; Sarah SRAX or CRAX? & Anne JACKSON.

Son: John JACKSON

1656

Will of Mary Jackson, Gentlewoman of Bridlington, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 363 - 412. Will of Mary Jackson, Gentlewoman of Bridlington, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 November 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/259/313

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Son [[Chris]tin?]

Son-in-law Mathew YEATS

Son: Timothy at time of majority

Robert [L?]

Richard [?AVELY]

Daughter Abigail

Daughter Sarah

Margaret & Elizabeth daughters of my daughter Roberta.

Abigail’s three daughters.

Executors (all daughters of testatrix):

Roberta ROBINSON

Sarah YEATS

Abigail DRAKE

1656

Will of Nicholas Booth alias Jackson, Yeoman of Prescott, Gloucestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 363 - 412. Will of Nicholas Booth alias Jackson, Yeoman of Prescott, Gloucestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 November 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/259/579

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

lots of property mentioned.

Ellin [RED] now wife.

Daughter: Annas [?]

William RAYNER

Son-in-law Thomas MILTON

Son-in-law John HEMMYN aka HEMMON

SEE: For reference as BOOTH alias JACKSON: The Publications of the Harleian Society vol 21.

1656

Will of Peter Jackson, Yeoman of Saint Johns, Cumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 105 - 154. Will of Peter Jackson, Yeoman of Saint Johns, Cumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 April 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/254/132

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Son & heir: William JACKSON

Son: John JACKSON

3rd Son Peter JACKSON

Youngest son: Henry JACKSON

Nicholas TYSON of Ponsonby

Daughter Annas JACKSON

Nicholas SHARPE of Burton

Edward SHARPE.

Natural Wife Margarett JACKSON relict & sole executor

 

 

1656

Will of Robert Jackson of Cracombe, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 155 - 206. Will of Robert Jackson of Cracombe, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 May 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/255/293

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Sister [?] [KAYE?] of [?]ington and her children…

Sister Margaret’s daughters’ children …

Anthony [?]LAXTON son Robert [?]LAXTON

Margaret ATKINSON & Robert ATKINSON her husband joint executors.

 

1656

Will of Thomas Jackson, Yeoman of Cundall, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 207 - 260. Will of Thomas Jackson, Yeoman of Cundall, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 June 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/256/566

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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to be buried at Cundall Church

Eldest son Thomas JACKSON

son: Michael JACKSON

George JACKSON (another son?0

Son (in-law) Frances BURTON

Daughter Thomasin JACKSON

Lands in Aysonby

William JACKSON (who is he?)

Edmund PHILLIPS

Executors: William JACKSON & William [?]

1656

Will of William Jackson, Merchant of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 261 - 312. Will of William Jackson, Merchant of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 July 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/257/352

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

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Son William JACKSON of Amsterdam, Holland, executor.

1656

Will of William Jackson, Yeoman of Togston Moor House, Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Berkeley Quire Numbers: 363 - 412. Will of William Jackson, Yeoman of Togston Moor House, Northumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 November 1656

Reference:

PROB 11/259/266

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Father: Thomas JACKSON & [Jane?] his wife.

Wife: Julian JACKSON & 3 Children: John JACKSON, Suzanne JACKSON & Joseph JACKSON.

Probate: Julian JACKSON relict.

1657

Will of Christopher Jackson, Yeoman of Dufton, Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 499 - 543. Will of Christopher Jackson, Yeoman of Dufton, Westmorland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 December 1657

Reference:

PROB 11/271/228

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Daughters: Dorothy JACKSON; Elizabeth JACKSON; Frances JACKSON.

Jennet JACKSON (who was she?)

Probate Peter W? & Dorothy his wife.

1657

Will of Henry Jackson, Skinner of Whitby, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 51 - 103. Will of Henry Jackson, Skinner of Whitby, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 February 1657

Reference:

PROB 11/262/262

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

[Jane] MARSHALL

Isabel ROBINSON

Unnamed Nephews.

Wife: Alice JACKSON

1657

Will of John Jackson, Butcher of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 260 - 310. Will of John Jackson, Butcher of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 July 1657

Reference:

PROB 11/266/305

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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I John JACKSON the elder of Newcastle-on-Tyrne…

Son: Edward JACKSON oldest son.

Son: William JACKSON

Wife Mary JACKSON

Joseph WILLSON son of my brother-in-law John WILLSON deceased.

Lancelott son of brother-in-;law Thomas [?]

heirs of them the said Ralph WILLSON

Probate Mary JACKSON relict.

1657

Will of John Jackson, Husbandman of Whinfell, Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 1 - 50. Will of John Jackson, Husbandman of Whinfell, Westmorland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

28 March 1657

Reference:

PROB 11/261/623

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Body to be buried at discretion of wife and friends

Son – Thomas JACKSON

Son-in-law Thomas [HOLME?] of [Doopslare?]

If Thomas [GARDSON?] my son shall die before 20 years … Elizabeth HOLME my daughter

Wife – Elizabeth JACKSON

… money owed by James BRIGGS of Kendal

… money in hands of Francis GARNOTT of Whitwell

Executors: William SHEPARD, William JACKSON & William JOHNSON.

Will proved in London Elizabeth JACKSON also ROBINSON relict of John JACKSON

1657

Will of John Jackson, Yeoman of Hilton, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 104 - 155. Will of John Jackson, Yeoman of Hilton, Yorkshire. PROB 11/263/454

Brothers Richard JACKSON & George JACKSON

Sister - Mary [METCALFE?]

Son George JACKSON (under age 15 at time of will)

Father-in-law Thomas MAYNARD

Cousin Charles JACKSON

Will: Oct 24, 1656 Proved 1657 by Richard JACKSON brother

1657

Will of Richard Jackson of Northallerton, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 156 - 207. Will of Richard Jackson of Northallerton, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 May 1657

Reference:

PROB 11/264/334

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1656 Aug 3

Sister Anne JACKSON

Brother Thomas JACKSON deceased

Sister Margaret JACKSON

Land had been left by their parents.

Oldest daughter of Anne [DRYSDALE?]

Nephew & executor Richard JACKSON

 

 

1658

Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Canterbury Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 156 - 209. Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Canterbury Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

14 March 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/275/501

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1658 March 14 Probate Will of Elizabeth JACKSON. The 1647 Probate of Will of Rev Thomas JACKSON Canterbury coupled with the 1658 March 14 Probate Will of Elizabeth JACKSON, his wife, lead us to their grandson Lodowick JACKSON and to understanding his connections to County Cork in the mid-1600s. It is likely that some of his descendants rooted there. For example, the ancestry of Alderman Ambrose JACKSON has yet to be taken that one step back to connect to likely roots in Britain.

Family Tree: Jacksons of Canterbury & Nantwich England and Co. Cork, Ireland.

1658

Will of Emmott Jackson, Widow of Newsam, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 575 - 626. Will of Emmott Jackson, Widow of Newsam, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 November 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/283/524

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Burial at Beringham

son-in-law John LONSDALL

Grandson: Robert LONSDALL

Robert JACKSON, husband, deceased.

Grandchild: Edward MASON son of John MASON.

Unto Mary MASON my grandchild’s right part.

Dorothy LONSDALE my grandchild

Thomas LONSDALE my Grandchild

… Parish Kirkly Flatham

Elizabeth LONSDALE my daughter

Probate by John LONSDALE & Robert LONSDALE.

1658

Will of Francis Jackson of Warley in Holderness, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 524 - 574. Will of Francis Jackson of Warley in Holderness, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

14 October 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/282/397

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Sister Roberta’s children

Brother: John JACKSON

Robert WRIGHT

1/3rd of estate to wife

Mary JACKSON daughter

Ralphe [PARKE]

Probate to Alice JACKSON relict.

 

1658

Will of James Jackson, Gentleman of Munckgate York, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 52 - 105. Will of James Jackson, Gentleman of Munckgate York, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

February 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/273/7

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Mentions of several lands in Co. York.

Father: Sampson JACKSON bequeathed land in Clifford to him.

brother: Sampson JACKSON.

Wife: Olive

Witness incl Francis BARTON.

brother Thomas JACKSON

1627 Apr 2. Memorandum mentions Nathaniel JACKSON.

Admons to Thomas JACKSON, nephew.

1658

Will of Jane Jackson, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 524 - 574. Will of Jane Jackson, Widow of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 October 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/282/600

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Son Mathew JACKSON

 

1658

Will of Marmaduke Jackson, Yeoman of Thorngumbald, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 210 - 263. Will of Marmaduke Jackson, Yeoman of Thorngumbald, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 May 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/276/452

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Daughter [?] and Margaret [youngest daughter]

Lands in Oatwick in Bold[?]

eldest son Samuel JACKSON

proved by Marmaduke JACKSON, Son.

NORTE: He may be the Marmaduke b. 1578 at Burton, Yorkshire, son of Sir Anthony JACKSON & Margaret FROBISHER

 

1658

Will of Thomas Jackson, Yeoman of North Seaton, Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 106 - 155. Will of Thomas Jackson, Yeoman of North Seaton, Northumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 March 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/274/262

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Burial in Chapel [LONGFRANCE?] in said Co.

Cousin Ralph DODD

Thomas JOHNSON

3 grandchildren: Isaac JACKSON, [?] JACKSON & Catherin JACKSON

Daughter Elizabeth [PELLY or POTTE]

John [?]nison  

 

1658

Will of William Jackson, Yeoman of Horton in Bradford Dale, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Wootton Quire Numbers: 52 - 105. Will of William Jackson, Yeoman of Horton in Bradford Dale, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 February 1658

Reference:

PROB 11/273/238

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Wife: Grace JACKSON

Daughter: Mary JACKSON

Son: Edward JACKSON, executor

Nephew: John JACKSON

1659

Will of George Jackson, Merchant of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pell Quire Numbers: 400 - 456. Will of George Jackson, Merchant of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 July 1659

Reference:

PROB 11/294/321

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

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Buried at Church of Margaret Pattone of Roodon North London near wife and children.

Son: George JACKSON

Son: Thomas JACKSON

Son: James JACKSON

mention of land in Co. Yorkshire.

Christopher [P?R?Y] executor

1659

Will of Joane Smith alias Jackson, Widow of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pell Quire Numbers: 511 - 558. Will of Joane Smith alias Jackson, Widow of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 December 1659

Reference:

PROB 11/296/313

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

burial Paish [illegible]

only son [in-law?] Bonain SCARBORORE dwelling in [?] London

Daughter Mary SCARBORORE

John JACKSON late …

Probate Bonian SCARBORORE.

1659

Will of Mary Jackson, Widow of Rotherhithe, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pell Quire Numbers: 350 - 399. Will of Mary Jackson, Widow of Rotherhithe, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 June 1659

Reference:

PROB 11/293/37

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

My sister’s daughter [?]

Jane MORRY my kinswoman

Sister [Fundere?] LEWIS wife of William LEWIS.

1659

Will of Robert Jackson of Newton, Lancashire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pell Quire Numbers: 1 - 49. Will of Robert Jackson of Newton, Lancashire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 January 1659

Reference:

PROB 11/286/220

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Daughters Elizabeth, Elenore & Jonne JACKSON

Son John JACKSON

1659

Will of Robert Jackson, Mercer of Kirby Kendal, Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pell Quire Numbers: 400 - 456. Will of Robert Jackson, Mercer of Kirby Kendal, Westmorland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 August 1659

Reference:

PROB 11/294/452

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1659 August 5. Will of Robert JACKSON. NAMES: Robert JACKSON of Kirkby Kendall, Westmorland; John ARCHER; Jane JACKSON; Grace JACKSON née SANDS; Grace JACKSON (daughter); Robert JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON of Whitehaven; John NEWTON; Thomas MACKERETH; Arthur FISHER; George FISHER; Dorothy RAWLINSON; Jenet ROBINSON; Thomas STAINBANKE; Agnes WARDE; Thomas SANDES; Thomas BRATHWAITE; Mathers RICHARDSON; George BIRKHEADE; Robert HARRISON; George JOBSON; Miles ESKRIGGE; Roger ASKERED. OTHER PLACES:  Ambleside, Cumberland.

1660

Will of Thomas Jackson, Mercer of Oxford, Oxfordshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Nabbs Quire Numbers: 211 - 259. Will of Thomas Jackson, Mercer of Oxford, Oxfordshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 August 1660

Reference:

PROB 11/301/24

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Not readable

1662

Will of Abraham Jackson, Butcher of Hackney, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Laud Quire Numbers: 108 - 162. Will of Abraham Jackson, Butcher of Hackney, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 August 1662

Reference:

PROB 11/309/32

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Mother: Hannah

brother Joseph JACKSON

Sister Elizabeth JACKSON

Elizabeth HEWETT

wife: Thomasina JACKSON, executor & relict

1663

Sentence of Joseph Jackson, Alderman of Bristol, Gloucestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Juxon Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Sentence of Joseph Jackson, Alderman of Bristol, Gloucestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 July 1663

Reference:

PROB 11/310/579

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

All in Latin

Phillippi JACKSON

Elizabeth JACKSON

1663

Will of Ellen Jackson, Widow of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Juxon Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Ellen Jackson, Widow of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 March 1663

Reference:

PROB 11/310/453

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Mary WALLER executor and her only child was Frances JACKSON.

 

 

 

 

1663

Will of Joseph Jackson, Merchant of Bristol Gloucestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Juxon Quire Numbers: 103 - 150. Will of Joseph Jackson, Merchant of Bristol Gloucestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 October 1663

Reference:

PROB 11/312/203

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

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daughter Anne YATES

son-in-law Robert YATES

grandchildren Robert, Marie, Sarah & [?] YATES

son-in-law Thomas EARLE

Brother [?] JACKSON

brother Miles JACKSON [Milsa? JACKSON] 7 sister Mary his wife.

siter Elizabeth [WILL___?]

William WILSON

Elizabeth BROWN

Cousins William JACKSON & John JACKSON

daughter Sarah THOMSON

Walter [ELLIS]

daughter Ellen BARLO [CARLO?]

Mr. LANGTON

Thomas CARLO [BARLO?]

Memorandum: Brother Phillip JACKSON.

1663

Will of Nicholas Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Juxon Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Nicholas Jackson.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 February 1663

Reference:

PROB 11/310/190

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Mother: Anne JACKSON

After her decease to Francis JACKSON

Brother [in-law?] ALLEN?

1663

Will of Ralph Jackson of Saint Clement Danes, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Juxon Quire Numbers: 103 - 150. Will of Ralph Jackson of Saint Clement Danes, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 December 1663

Reference:

PROB 11/312/479

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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A brief memorandum – all to his [illegible] wife.

 

1664

Will of Miles Jackson, Alderman

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bruce Quire Numbers: 1 - 48. Will of Miles Jackson, Alderman.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 February 1664

Reference:

PROB 11/313/242

Subjects:

Wills and probate

land of John DORRILL Esq deceased to his son Alexander JACKSON … High Court Chancery…

… [his son Alexander JACKSON – would that be a grandson of Miles JACKSON?]

Robert [?]

his son [whose son? Alexander’s?] William JACKSON and his daughters Elizabeth JACKSON and Martha JACKSON

Grandson Myles JACKSON

house in backstreet of George [PARTRIDGE?]

daughter [Jane GLOOD?] and children of his daughter.

James [?]

Witnesses: John [LEGGATT?} John JACKSON Francis YEAMAN John DAVID.

Probate to Alexander JACKSON

Notes by Jan Waugh

Miles Jackson G1592~ - testator ; gentleman ; Bristol Alderman ; son of Miles Jackson Y1547~ ; 1662/3 will pr 1664/5 [Miles lost a number of children due to a house fire]

(Mary (Davies) Jackson) - deceased wife of testator ; mar 7 Jul 1616 Bristol

Alexander Jackson G1626-32- son of testator ; inheritor of the trust ; Executor

Miles Jackson G1652-58 - grandson of testator ; son of Alexander

William Jackson G1630~- son of testator

Elizabeth Jackson G1644~ - daughter of testator ; usually resided at Knowle House with her father

Martha Jackson G1643~ - daughter of testator ; usually resided at Knowle House with her father

Anne (Jackson G1620~) Gleed - daughter of testator ; wife of Francis Gleed ; 1720 will

(Mary (Jackson G1630~) Horte) - daughter of testator ; mar settlement 20 Aug 1650

(Anthony) Horte, gent. - son in law of testator

Children of Horte - grandchildren of testator [Mary, John, Elizabeth, Anthony, Thomas]

John Dowell, Esq. - deceased ; testator seems to have purchased his estate ; husband of Anne Bird, dau of Wm Bird by Ann Cox

(Anne (Bird) Dowell) - sister in law of testator ; half sister of Mary (Satchfield/Bird) Jackson

Robert Pley - also resided at Great House in the Castle

John Haggall - witness

John Jackson G1607 - witness pos. half-brother ; son of Miles Jackson by Eleanor Davison ; 1681 will

1665

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/L/R576A/33

Testator's name: GEORGE JACKSON

Occupation/status:

Place: CASTERTON KIRKBY LONSDALE

County...

18 DEC 1665

Will dated Aug 8 1665. Kirkby Lonsdale probate Dec 18 1665. George Jackson of Casterton. Elizabeth JACKSON wife (her mark) Witnesses: ? FAWCET?; Robert GARNETT (of Casterton); William GARNETT; George FOXCROFT. His body to buried amongst his family in Birtrigge Park; two sisters Jane and [Elingo?] Item I give and bequeath all my land [?] Lonsdale being one house and known by the name of [Longo?] house lyinge at the backside of Richard EDMONSON… wife Elizabeth one part my sister Jane another and my two sisters Jane and Ellingo the third part to be equally distributed amongst them. Amongst his possession 23.0.0 in bonds.

1665

Will of Andrew Jackson, Merchant of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hyde Quire Numbers: 108 - 162. Will of Andrew Jackson, Merchant of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 November 1665

Reference:

PROB 11/318/445

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

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Merchant of London but also from Collingway, Branton, Co. Northamptonshire.

Land holdings in Brunton and Brandon in Northants mentioned.

George HOLLINGWOOD of Branton.

Daniel HOLLINGWOOD of Branton.

wife: Mary JACKSON

Children: John JACKSON, Stephen JACKSON, Deborah JACKSON, Benjamin JACKSON and Robert JACKSON.

Brother-in-law Benjamin [SOLLY]

Sister Abigail JACKSON

Sister [-in-law] Anne JACKSON, & Nathanial JACKSON, Robert JACKSON, Francis JACKSON her children

1665

Will of Dorothy Jacson or Jackson, Widow of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hyde Quire Numbers: 57 - 107. Will of Dorothy Jacson or Jackson, Widow of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

­­Date:

02 September 1665

Reference:

PROB 11/317/410

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Brother George JEFFS hid daughter Roberta JEFFS.

brother ___ CLARKES

brother Thomas JEFFS

Children of sister Joan ALLETT

Children of brother John CORMEYER

Children of brother William [?]

1665

Will of John Jackson, Feltmaker of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hyde Quire Numbers: 1 - 56. Will of John Jackson, Feltmaker of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 April 1665

Reference:

PROB 11/316/361

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Sister [Roo_ere?] MASON

Nephew JONATHON

Charles JACKSON

Robert BOLTON

NOTE: Likely son of Talbott JACKSON feltmaker – will probated 1651.

 

 

1666

Will of Anne Jackson alias Hoare, Wife of Winkfield, Berkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Mico Quire Numbers: 47 - 91. Will of Anne Jackson alias Hoare, Wife of Winkfield, Berkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

19 April 1666

Reference:

PROB 11/320/195

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Wife of Edward JACKSON of Winkfield, Co. Berkshire. Her late husband was John HOARE

NOTE: HOARE connections to JACKSONs in Ireland.

1666

Will of Arthur Jackson, Clerk of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Mico Quire Numbers: 92 - 138. Will of Arthur Jackson, Clerk of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

17 August 1666

Reference:

PROB 11/321/425

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Con: Joseph JACKSON

eldest daughter Elizabeth JACKSON

Grandchild: Mary JACKSON daughter of Joseph JACKSON

NOTE: More to add.

1666

Will of George Jackson, Dyer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Mico Quire Numbers: 47 - 91. Will of George Jackson, Dyer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

02 March 1666

Reference:

PROB 11/320/12

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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To be buried Parish of St. James

Wife: Sarah JACKSON

Brother: John JACKSON – executor.

Partner: Andrew [?]

daughter: Elizabeth JACKSON

 

1667

Will of Thomas Jackson, Vintner of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Carr Quire Numbers: 117 - 176. Will of Thomas Jackson, Vintner of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 November 1667

Reference:

PROB 11/325/310

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

NOTE: A stain on the copy made much of it illegible.

Sister: Mary JACKSON of [?]lytom, Co. Bedford.

Sister: Joyce JACKSON

1668

Will of Mathew Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hone Quire Numbers: 58 - 112. Will of Mathew Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

02 May 1668

Reference:

PROB 11/327/36

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

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Kinsman George SKUPHONE

Brother Stephen had given him a watch which he bequeathed to Brother [in-law] Philipp LAVENDRE.

 

 

1668

Will of William Jackson, Yeoman of Northamptonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hone Quire Numbers: 1 - 57. Will of William Jackson, Yeoman of Northamptonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 January 1668

Reference:

PROB 11/326/74

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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son [in-law] James WILDS …. Of Duddington.

SON and executor: Thomas JACKSON

Sister: Mary WILSON

To the town of Duddingtown £40 for the building of a schoolhouse out of my farm at [Belaston] in Co. Northampton

To son Thomas JACKSON freeholds in Caster, [Belastre] and Duddington & leases in Wibbe[r]ton in Co. Lincoln

1669

Will of Thomas Jackson, Vintner of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Coke Quire Numbers: 108 - 166. Will of Thomas Jackson, Vintner of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 October 1669

Reference:

PROB 11/331/183

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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sick and weak in body …

To Minister of Saint Olaves Parish…

Uncle Samuel JACKSON

Cousin James [?]

Mother Katherine JACKSON

Wife: Lidea JACKSON

Lands in Essex, London

Nephew Isaiah JACKSON son of my Uncle Samuel JACKSON and then to his mother Christian JACKSON

Aunt Sarah MARTON [aka MARTIN?]

Cusin [?] LANE

Sarah MARTON executor

1670

Will of Alexander Jackson, Goldsmith of London of Saint Andrew Holborn, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Penn Quire Numbers: 129 - 184. Will of Alexander Jackson, Goldsmith of London of Saint Andrew Holborn, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

19 December 1670

Reference:

PROB 11/334/544

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried beside late wife in Parish Church of St. John Zacharia in London.

Brother John JACKSON of Staffordshire and his son Robert

Son-in-law Lawrence DYER

4 grandchildren: Sarah DYER, Alexander DYER, Lawrence DYER & Sarah DYER children of my late daughter Sarah.

Son Abraham JACKSON

Son Isaac JACKSON

My two sons Abraham JACKSON & Joan [sic] JACKSON executors.

 

1670 December 19 PROB 11/334/461 The will of Alexander Jackson, a goldsmith in London who was granted lands in Co. Meath in post-Cromwellian Ireland. NAMES: Alexander JACKSON of St, Andrew Holborn, Middlesex, goldsmith; John JACKSON of Staffordshire; Robert JACKSON; Lawrence DYER; Alexander DYER; Sarah DYER; Abraham JACKSON; Isaac JACKSON; Bartholemew PICKERING; Daniel JOSLIN.

1670

Will of Sir John Jackson of Hickleton, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Penn Quire Numbers: 129 - 184. Will of Sir John Jackson of Hickleton, Yorkshire.

Not ordered SEE: JACKSONs of Edderthorpe

1671

Will of Roger Jackson, Clerk of Longford, Derbyshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Duke Quire Numbers: 1 - 53. Will of Roger Jackson, Clerk of Longford, Derbyshire.

Location: Longford, Derbyshire

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

09 March 1671

Reference:

PROB 11/335/386

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Daughter Elizabeth

Son: John JACKSON and his wife

John’s Son: Roger JACKSON

John JACKSON’s other [4?] Children]

Son: William JACKSON

Children of daughter M’CO[?]LEY

Son: George JACKSON

Daughter [M’CARAH?]

Servant Walter HUDSON

Poor of the Parish of Sutton

Poor of Parish of Dalbury

Poor of Parish of East Buidford

Poor of parish of Longford

Poor of Parish of [?]ton

Daughter [M’CARAH?] being my housekeeper

Will dated 3 Sept 1670.

Probate: Roger JACKSON & John JACKSON.

1672

SOURCE: Lancashire Archives

1672 January 17 Will of Agnes JACKSON widow of Rev. Francis JACKSON NAMES: Agnes JACKSON née WHITTRIGGE; Rev. Francis JACKSON (deceased); Alan PRICKITT aka Alan PRICKETT; John HADWEN; Stephen WHITTRIGGE; Henry WASHINGTON; Elizabeth PRICKETT née WHITTRIGGE; Christopher BATEMAN; Mrs. DUCKETT; Richard DUCKETT; George (?)AFE; Robert BANNISTER.. PLACES: Kirkby Kendal; Warton; Watland; Hutton; Kirkby Lonsdale.

1673

Will of John Jackson of City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pye Quire Numbers: 53 - 118. Will of John Jackson of City of London.

PROB 11/342/281

PROBATE:

Wife – Anne JACKSON

Relict- Anne JACKSON

 

Anne JACKSON

Robert John JACKSON

 

1673

Will of John Jackson, Merchant of City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pye Quire Numbers: 1 - 52. Will of John Jackson, Merchant of City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 April 1673

Reference:

PROB 11/341/545

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

All to wife, his executor- Jane JACKSON

 

1674

Will of Edmund Jackson, Yeoman of Great Chesterford, Essex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hare Quire Numbers: 1 - 47. Will of Edmund Jackson, Yeoman of Great Chesterford, Essex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

21 February 1684

Reference:

PROB 11/375/260

Subjects:

Wills and probate

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Edmund JACKSON son of my brother Richard JACKSON .. lands in Chesterford…Richard son of brother Richard JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON son of Richard JACKSON and Jane [?] daughter of brother Richard JACKSON; Grace JACKSON daughter of brother Richard JACKSON.

Brother Thomas JACKSON & his four daughters

bequests to children of brothers Richard & Thomas at discretion of my wife, Jane JACKSON.   Probate Jane JACKSON widow, Feb [I did not decipher the year]

NOTE: See will of Jane JACKSON 1684 – likely the widow of this Edmund JACKSON.

1674

Will of John Jackson, Draper of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bunce Quire Numbers: 104 - 150. Will of John Jackson, Draper of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

09 December 1674

Reference:

PROB 11/346/414

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Brother John BUNNYARD?

Sister [A]nabell BAYLEY

Kinsman Thomas WHITMORE

Kinsman – Simon JACKSON

Wife Grace JACKSON

… House he holds from Company of Goldsmiths in London

Kinsman Richard RICHMONT Citizen and [?] of London

1675

Will of Bartholomew Jackson, Yeoman of Tatsfield, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dycer Quire Numbers: 52 - 105. Will of Bartholomew Jackson, Yeoman of Tatsfield, Surrey.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

09 August 1675

Reference:

PROB 11/348/327

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Youngest son Richard JACKSON.

Daughter Anne JACKSON

Daughter Sarah JACKSON

Sons John & Bartholomew JACKSON joint executors.

NOTE: In 1616 a Bartholomew JACKSON held a lease in Co. Cavan See: JACKSONs of Co. Cavan and Version 2.

NOTE: The name Bartholomew JACKSON is not frequent, so it may be of interest that a Bartholomew JACKSON was baptised at St. John’s Dublin in August 24, 1648, a son of Francis JACKSON and Elizabeth HARRISON.

 

1675

Will of Edward Jackson, Merchant of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dycer Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Edward Jackson, Merchant of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

20 May 1675

Reference:

PROB 11/347/564

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Eldest son Edward JACKSON yearly sum of £40.

Son Richard JACKSON £2,000

Son Nicholas JACKSON £2,000

Daughter Jane JACKSON £2,000 to be paid at age 21 or at marriage.

Brother Nicholas JACKSON £50.

Wife Jane JACKSON, executor

1675

Will of Katherine Jackson, Widow of Lee, Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dycer Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Katherine Jackson, Widow of Lee, Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 May 1675

Reference:

PROB 11/347/526

Subjects:

Wills and probate

aka Catherina

House and land in Co. Kent to sister Sarah MARTIN executrix.

Cousin Isaiah JACKSON son of Samuel JACKSON

Cousin James [?] my other house in Pater Noster Row, London

To cousin Isaiah JACKSON son of Samuel JACKSON land at Walton Abbey Co. Essex after my sister’s decease.

Brother-in-law Samuel JACKSON and his wife Christian JACKSON houses in Althurst Lane London

Cousins Richard and Henry PERRY

Sarah CHANDLERS daughter Katherine

Cousin Walter LANE[?] and his wife.

Cousin Sarah [GENION?}] at Battersey

Cousin Thomas LANE and his sister Sarah LANE

Daughter Lydia JACKSON

Sarah GRIFFIN maidservant in the house.

1675

Will of Samuel Jackson, Doctor in Physic, Doctor in Medicine

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dycer Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Samuel Jackson, Doctor in Physic, Doctor in Medicine.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 May 1675

Reference:

PROB 11/347/539

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Body to be buried in St. Maries Church [aka St. Mary’s]

Jin [___CATOE]

Francis GREENWAY brother-in-law.

Sister Mary [presumably GREENWAY].

to Publique Library of Oxford University

To Library in Christ Church

to poor of St. Mary’s Church

To Margaret [SP___?] wife of Charles [SP___?]

to John BATEMEN and his wife Elizabeth BATEMEN

To Martha [PEN___?] wife of John [PEN____?]

Nephew George LLOYD

Nephew: Simon GREENWAY and niece Mary GREENWAY

Probate: George LLOYD.

1676

Will of Alexander Jackson of Saint Peter le Poer, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bence Quire Numbers: 55 - 108. Will of Alexander Jackson of Saint Peter le Poer, City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 July 1676

Reference:

PROB 11/351/308

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Ward of Broadstreet, London

Brother John JACKSON executor

Sister Mary [RIDEAT?] in Cheshire

Niece Anne [WIDE?] daughter of said Mary [?]

Brother Cornelius JACKSON of Brampton, Derbyshire [He died 1675. SEE also: Magna Britannia - Derbyshire Vol 5 and The Old Halls: Manors and families of Derbyshire: The Scarsdale Hundred:  “Any old edifice that has sheltered an offshoot of the old Derbyshire family of Beresford must be of interest, even apart from its antiquity. When James Bullock died at Brampton Hall, the heiress gave it to her husband, Cornelius Jackson, of Bubnell, whose heiress gave it to Henry Beresford. We never hear anything of the Jacksons from the compilers, though they were granted arms: argent a lion passant gules, on a chief of the second, three battle axes of the first.Dionysius, one of the sixteen sons of Thomas Beresford and Agnes Hassell, in the reign of Henry VI., was the founder of the Cutthorpe branch of that family.”]

Friend Robert ANTROBUS and his wife in the Royal Exchange in London.

Thomas Bury GIFFINTON is indebted…

SEE Also: Staffordshire Pedigrees 1912 Harleian Society Publications Vol 63.

NOTE: Alexander died unmarried.

1676

Will of Thomas Jackson, Clerk of Kingham, Oxfordshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bence Quire Numbers: 55 - 108. Will of Thomas Jackson, Clerk of Kingham, Oxfordshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 June 1676

Reference:

PROB 11/351/202

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON, executrix

Cousin Nathanial BOYS [aka BOYCE]

 

1676

Will of William Jackson, Soldier

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bence Quire Numbers: 1 - 54. Will of William Jackson, Soldier.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 February 1676

Reference:

PROB 11/350/227

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Friend Thomas LAVINGTON [LEVINGTON], soldier

16 Dec 1771 date of will.

WITNESS: Thomas TAYLOR

 

1677

Will of John Jackson, Clerk of Saint Clement Danes, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hale Quire Numbers: 44 - 95. Will of John Jackson, Clerk of Saint Clement Danes, City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 August 1677

Reference:

PROB 11/354/456

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Brother: Paul JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON, Stephen JACKSON and Susanna JACKSON (wife of Christopher SAXON

1677 John JACKSON will - house in Coleraine Mentions a brother Thomas JACKSON of Westchester.

Of interest to me is that several of the JACKSONs of Kirby Lonsdale were also resident and active in Coleraine at this time. One of them, Capt. William JACKSON (1628-1688) had held leases in the Clothworkers Proportion from 1663. He was a son of Rev. Richard JACKSON (1602-1681). Rev. Richard had a brother John JACKSON (b. abt 1609). There may or may not be a connection. Although the lots 9 & 10 in Coleraine were willed to Paul JACKSON, a brother of John JACKSON, I have yet to find a record of him there.

1677

Will of Ralph Jackson, now belonging to the good Ship Sarrat Merchant bound for the...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hale Quire Numbers: 96 - 141. Will of Ralph Jackson, now belonging to the good Ship Sarrat Merchant bound for the East Indies.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 October 1677

Reference:

PROB 11/355/185

Subjects:

Asia | Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Thomas NICHOLAS

1678

Will of Bridgett Jackson, Widow of Suffolk

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Reeve Quire Numbers: 1 - 55. Will of Bridgett Jackson, Widow of Suffolk.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 February 1678

Reference:

PROB 11/356/230

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Kinswoman Rose ELLIS wife of Edward ELLIS of [D?den]

John [?IBBLE] kinsman

Roger [?IBBLE]

Frances WILLINGHAM daughter of [?IBBLE]

Zachariah GRIMWOOD

Rose GRIMWOOD daughter of Thomas GRIMWOOD

Robert SPARROW

 

1678

Will of Stephen Jackson, Merchant of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Reeve Quire Numbers: 56 - 105. Will of Stephen Jackson, Merchant of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

14 September 1678

Reference:

PROB 11/357/442

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Transcribed in full by Jan Waugh.

11 Sept 1678

poor of the Parish of St Katherine Coleman where I now live

sister Elizabeth Elsdon

Robert Elsdon her son

Mrs. Mary Kent

brother Richard Jackson

son Stephen Jackson

daughter Susan, the wife of Doctor Peter Gerard

sons James Jackson, Joseph Jackson and Robert Jackson

son George JACKSON (under age 21)

daughters yet unmarried Sarah Jackson, Elizabeth Jackson and Rebecca Jackson

sons James Jackson, Joseph Jackson and Robert Jackson Executors

 

1679

SOURCE: W/RW/L/R576B/27 Lancashire Saved on my computer under Photos/JACKSON/Kirby Lonsdale Wills in 2016.

1679 January 15. Will of Rev. Richard JACKSON. NAMES: Richard JACKSON; William JACKSON; Richard BAYLEY; Rev. Leonard JACKSON; Abigail JACKSON; William BUCKLEY; Sir Oliver CROFTON; Vigessima BOUCHE née JACKSON; Ruth JACKSON; Richard JACKSON jr.; Hellen JACKSON; Dorothy WALKER née JACKSON; Mary BRIGGS née JACKSON; Hannah BOND née JACKSON; Sir John OTWAY; Jane JACKSON née CARTER; Bryan DAWNEY aka DAWNIE; John JOHNSTON; Henry JOHNSTON; Nathaniel WATERMAN; Leonard TOWNSON; Rev. John BRIGGS aka BRIGGES. William SLATER; PLACES: Kirkby Lonsdale; Whittington; Coleraine; Biggins.

1679

Thomas JACKSON of Kirby Kendal

SOURCE: Lancashire Archives W/RW/K/R448B/13

 

1679  Sept 28 will of Thomas JACKSON of Kirkby Kendal

NOTES: He is a mercer. His “now” wife Ellin JACKSON aka Elinor (as she signs her name). He owns two houses. His nephew Robert JACKSON is his servant. His brothers are John JACKSON and Edward JACKSON. There is a mtg due to Thomas WILSON, and another brother William JACKSON. There are no children mentioned.

1679

Will of Thomas Jackson, Silk Weaver of Wiveliscombe, Somerset

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: King Quire Numbers: 125 - 176. Will of Thomas Jackson, Silk Weaver of Wiveliscombe, Somerset.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 October 1679

Reference:

PROB 11/361/144

Subjects:

Clothing | Wills and probate

Parish Church of [Willcomb, Co. Somerset?]

Wife Alice JACKSON – dwelling house etc

Kinsman George LARKIN & Thomas LARKIN

Master George LARKIN of Bristol merchant

Joseph BRADHAM and Thomas BRADHAM

Brother-in-law Master George LARKIN of the [?] of Bristol Merchant

1680

Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Shipston upon Stour, Worcestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bath Quire Numbers: 1 - 59. Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Shipston upon Stour, Worcestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 February 1680

Reference:

PROB 11/362/212

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Kinsman William WHITE son of my brother William WHITE

Kinsman Isaac WHITE

Cousin Henry WHITE‘s daughter Anne

Sister Susanna SMITH

Sister Anne [?]

 

1680

Will of Robert Jackson, Merchant of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bath Quire Numbers: 60 - 123. Will of Robert Jackson, Merchant of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

09 December 1680

Reference:

PROB 11/363/703

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Brother: Stephen JACKSON £5 “and no more”.

3 sisters:

Sarah JACKSON

Elizabeth JACKSON

Rebeccah JACKSON

… manors of Westham, Eastham and Westham

To my [?] Thomas JACKSON & Stephen JACKSON children of my brother Stephen JACKSON

“…. Shal be paid to their grandfather Mr. Thomas JACKSON … “

Brother Joseph JACKSON

Brother George JACKSON

Sister: Susan GERRARD widow

Brother Joseph JACKSON executor.

Will dated 9 Jun 1680.

1680

Will of Thomas Jackson, Pewterer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bath Quire Numbers: 60 - 123. Will of Thomas Jackson, Pewterer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

15 September 1680

Reference:

PROB 11/363/629

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1680 September 1 This is the will of Thomas JACKSON, pewterer of London. He was a Colonel awarded lands in Co. Meath, Ireland in 1652. He was also a relation of Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Santry, Dublin.

SEE: JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin (includes JACKSONs of Santry)

1681

Will of Henry Jackson, Silk Thrower of Saint Mary Whitechapel, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: North Quire Numbers: 95 - 141. Will of Henry Jackson, Silk Thrower of Saint Mary Whitechapel, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

07 September 1681

Reference:

PROB 11/367/403

Subjects:

Clothing | Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Son: Joseph JACKSON

Wife: Margaret JACKSON

1681

Will of John Jackson of Saint Neots, Huntingdonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: North Quire Numbers: 1 - 47. Will of John Jackson of Saint Neots, Huntingdonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 January 1681

Reference:

PROB 11/365/11

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Daughter Elizabeth NEWMAN … land in St. Neots

Son: John JACKSON

Daughter: Dorothy JACKSON … when she reaches age 18.

Land in Eaton Co. Bedford

Wife: Beatrice JACKSON

Grandchild: John JACKSON

1681

Will of Israel Jackson, Merchant of Boston, Lincolnshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: North Quire Numbers: 142 - 189. Will of Israel Jackson, Merchant of Boston, Lincolnshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

21 November 1681

Reference:

PROB 11/368/305

Subjects:

Middle East | Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Wife [Lenox?] JACKSON

Mr. Benjamin WHITTING of Boston

House in London to wife.

Daughter Anne JACKSON – house in trust of John WHITE in Lincolnshire.

Son Joseph JACKSON of Saint Pettico College in Cambridge fellow of the College

Son Israel JACKSON – house in Southend St. Boston

Samuel JACKSON son of brother Joshua JACKSON.

Nephew Edmund JACKSON

“Brother” Daniel RHODES and Mr. John BOULTON executors.

1681

Will of John Jackson, Merchant of Bristol, Gloucestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: North Quire Numbers: 48 - 94. Will of John Jackson, Merchant of Bristol, Gloucestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 June 1681

Reference:

PROB 11/366/465

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Brother [Phillip??] JACKSON of London Merchant

Brother Phillip JACKSON

… dwelling St. Mary Port Street in Bristol

… messuage in street called St. Thomas St in City of Bristol.

… Martha LONGMAN widow of [Ezobioss] LONGMAN

Appoint William JACKSON of City of Bristol Merchant son of Myles JACKSON late of said City Merchant deceased

1681

Will of Ralph Jackson, Gentleman of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: North Quire Numbers: 1 - 47. Will of Ralph Jackson, Gentleman of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 March 1681

Reference:

PROB 11/365/368

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Mary FFLOTT servant

Widdow FF{[?]

Anne [?]

Widow Salisbury

Wife: Mary JACKSON

Lands in Winterbourne … Co. Wiltshire

John [DILATER] husband of only daughter Elizabeth lease of house in St. James where I have lately dwelt.

House in Cannon St. in possession of Gilbert [NELSON?]

Grandchild [Misaill?] daughter of John [DELATRE?] and Elizabeth JACKSON.

 

Friend Edward WARD Esq. of the [?] London Councillor and Mr. William YARDLEY

1682

Will of Alexander Jackson of Bristol, Gloucestershire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cottle Quire Numbers: 55 - 110. Will of Alexander Jackson of Bristol, Gloucestershire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

17 July 1682

Reference:

PROB 11/370/361

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Request to be buried near dear father. Bequeaths to his dear mother a legacy which his Aunt [Parish?] gave him.

Cousin [Michael or Mitchell?]

Brother [Miles?] JACKSON and brother Thomas JACKSON.

1683

Will of Beatrice Jackson, Widow of Saint Neots, Huntingdonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Drax Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of Beatrice Jackson, Widow of Saint Neots, Huntingdonshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 April 1683

Reference:

PROB 11/372/522

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

Brother: [M or W?] JACKSON [weaver] of Brampton, Huntingdonshire.

… land in Parish of Eaton [?] Co. Bedford.

2 daughters: Elizabeth wife of Thomas NEWMAN of St. Neotts and Dorothy JACKSON, spinster.

Daughter Elizabeth NEWMAN’s daughters: Susan & Dorothy.

Late husband: John JACKSON.

Grandchild: Thomas JACKSON son of Thomas JACKSON … £20 when he reaches age 18.

friend Samuel TAYLOR

Probate: John JACKSON, son & Elizabeth NEWMAN, daughter.

1683

Will of Henry Ruxton – testator  Transcribed but not posted

See Also:

Will of Margaret Ruxton, Widow of Dublin , Ireland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Mansfield Quire Numbers: 351 - 400. Will of Margaret Ruxton, Widow of Dublin , Ireland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

01 June 1821

Reference:

PROB 11/1645/1

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Henry Ruxton – testator ; gentleman of Bective, Meath ; 1682 will, pr 1683

Joan ( ) Ruxton – wife of testator

John Ruxton – son of testator ; Gentleman

Sarah Ruxton – grandchild of testator ; child of John

Henry Ruxton – grandchild of testator ; child of John

John Ruxton – grandchild of testator ; child of John

Joan Ruxton – grandchild of testator ; child of John

( ) (Ruxton) Orson – presumed deceased daughter of testator

Jonathan Orson – son in law of testator

Joan Orson – grandchild of testator

William Orson – grandchild of testator

Eleanor Orson – grandchild of testator

Mary Orson – grandchild of testator

( ) (Ruxton) Jackson – presumed deceased daughter of testator

( ) Jackson – presumed deceased son in law of testator

Ralph Jackson – grandson of testator

Henry Jackson - grandson of testator

Joan Jackson – granddaughter of testator

Mary (Ruxton) Clark – daughter of testator

William Clark – grandchild of testator

Frances Clark – grandchild of testator

(blank) Clark – grandchild of testator( ) (Ruxton) Edwards – presumed deceased daughter of testator

Ann Edwards – granddaughter of testator

William Edwards – grandson of testator

William Ruxton – brother of testator

William Ruxton – nephew of testator ; son of William

Henry Ruxton - nephew of testator ; son of William

Elizabeth (Ruxton) Manning – sister of testator

Jane Ruxton – witness (not identified)

Sarah Ruxton – witness (not identified)

John Ruxton, Jr., gent. – Executor, Trustee & Overseer ; of Atherdee, Louth ; son of John

John Banks, gent. - Executor, Trustee & Overseer ; of Atherdee, Louth

Property

Bective, Meath – aka Bective Bridge or Ballina

Atherdee, Louth (not found)

1683

Will of Jane Jackson, Widow of Saint Benet Fink, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Drax Quire Numbers: 102 - 156. Will of Jane Jackson, Widow of Saint Benet Fink, City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

08 December 1683

Reference:

PROB 11/374/512

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Date of will: 21 June 1683. Widow, wife of Edward  JACKSON late of London, merchant

To be buried at Church of St. Giles without Cripplegate London on left side of husband son Nicholas being interred on the right side of her husband.

Son Edward JACKSON

Annuity which had been from Sir Robert DYNER Knight and baronet [NOTE: I believe he was a Royalist – supportive of Charles II].

Daughter Jane KIRKMAN wife of Obadiah KIRKMAN.

Edward BLACKWELL Esq.

Ships employed to Norway which she had from her son Nicholas JACKSON.

Son Richard JACKSON.

Children of Obadiah & Jane KIRKMAN.

Cousin [BELL] and his wife.

Son Richard JACKSON executor.

1683

Will of John Jackson, Dyer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Drax Quire Numbers: 1 - 51. Will of John Jackson, Dyer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 March 1683

Reference:

PROB 11/372/387

Subjects:

Wills and probate

11 Mar 1682

Citizen and Dyer of London.

To be bured in St. James   [?] [?] London.

2 sisters £1,000 apiece.

Niece Elizabeth HAZARD

Cousin MATHEWES the dyer who was his apprentice.

Maid Elizabeth [?]

Cousin Susanna [?] widow]

Cousin [?] and her sister Mary

Niece Elizabeth HAZARD wife of Henry HAZARD executors.

1684

Will of Jane Jackson, Widow of Great Chesterford, Essex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hare Quire Numbers: 98 - 140. Will of Jane Jackson, Widow of Great Chesterford, Essex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 September 1684

Reference:

PROB 11/377/183

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Edmund JACKSON son of Richard JACKSON my brother-in-law

Buildings in [Weldreth?] Co. Cambridge.

Jane [BROWNE? WREN?] wife of John [BROWNE? WREN?]

Grace TOPPE[?] wife of William TOPPE[?]

Richard [DUNFRITT} son of Thomas {DUNFRITT?]

Sarah DUMFRITT daughter of [?]owry DUMFRIT of Colchester a house…

Edmund DUMFRIT

Katherine wife of William ARCHER

Mary [?] daughter of John ]?]

Elizabeth CLARKE and Thomas her son

1693

Will of Dame Lucy Jackson, Widow of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Coker Quire Numbers: 175 - 222. Will of Dame Lucy Jackson, Widow of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 December 1693

Reference:

PROB 11/417/454

Subjects:

Wills and probate

… I have purchased the residue of a term of 2,000 years in the Manor of Bolton in Co. Yorke with several tenements incl a Colliery … belonging to Robert SHERBROOKE of Arnall Co. Nottingham Esq. & Edward LLOYD of Whitehall Co. Middlesex, Esq. … residue after debts to Robert SHERWOOD & John TWISTLETON of Grayes Inn Esq. and they shall pay either to daughter Countess of Londonderry or whoever her daughter appoints of her free will and without the consent of her husband.

Son: Bradwardine JACKSON That Robert SHERWOOD, Edward LLOYD & John TWISTLETON … £100 per year up to £1,000

Cousin John MALIVERER Esq. son to Nicholas MALIVERER Esq. [aka MAULEVERER?]

Sister Sarah SHERBROOKE

Cousin Edith & Anne [LISOLNE?]

Cousin Vere ADAMS

Cousin: Catherine BALEW

Appoint son Bradwardine JACKSON sole executor.

 

NOTE: Lucy was the Widow of Sir John JACKSON (1631-abt 1670) of Hickleton. The reference to some of the cousins are actually to her step-daughters.

1693

Will of William Jackson, Armourer belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Catherine of Whitechapel, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Coker Quire Numbers: 175 - 222. Will of William Jackson, Armourer belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Catherine of Whitechapel, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 November 1693

Reference:

PROB 11/417/25

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

NOTE: He seems to have had many ships and may also have been a merchant.

All to wife: Joane JACKSON

1684

 

1686

Will of Nathaniel Jackson, Mercer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lloyd Quire Numbers: 1 - 45. Will of Christopher Jackson, Mercer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 February 1686.

Reference:

PROB 11/382/274

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Son of Nicholas JACKSON deceased refers to his will. Wife Abi

Will dated Aug 5, 1684

Relict Abi JACKSON

1684

Will of Nicholas Jackson, Mercer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hare Quire Numbers: 1 - 47. Will of Nicholas Jackson, Mercer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 February 1684

Reference:

PROB 11/375/268

Subjects:

Wills and probate

NOTE: There is another one 27 Feb 1686 for Nicholas JACKSON Mercer. Could he be the father?

Date of will Jan 20 1683.

Son Nathaniel JACKSON £1,280 owed by James MASON late of Edinburgh, Scotland, Merchant.

Wife: Anne JACKSON

Company of Mercers land on Queen Street, London.

Messuages or tenement in Soper Lane at Queen Street held by lease after marriage of his wife.

Friend Walter TINDALL Esq. & John RAWLEY of Ward of Cordweyn, London.

Anne BEATH, servant.

Lands in Langly Co. [Berkshire?]

Lands in Hadley Co. Suffolk.

John JEFFRIES Esq.

NOTE: Son Nathaniel was apprenticed as a mercer in 1662. It is possible that Nicholas was the son of John JACKSON Sherman from Under Barry, Cumberland. SOURCE: London Rolls.

1684

Will of Phillip Jackson, Merchant of Saint Dionis Backchurch London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Hare Quire Numbers: 48 - 97. Will of Phillip Jackson, Merchant of Saint Dionis Backchurch London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 June 1684

Reference:

PROB 11/376/407

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Children of his brother Joseph JACKSON deceased.

His daughters Anne, Eleanor and Sarah & Joseph his son.

Niece Anne ADAMS and her daughter Mary [COMOND?].

Niece Martha COOPER, Mary MANWARING and Elizabeth [ELLIS?]

Lady ALFORD of [?]ffington

Nephew John ALFORD

Brother John BOURNE and his wife.

Cousin Mary BOURNE daughter of brother John BOURNE.

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON

Son Philip JACKSON

Son Edward JACKSON

Grandchild John [POLLON?]

Nephew Joseph JACKSON son of brother Joseph JACKSON

Son-in-law John [POLLEN]

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON executor.

1685

 

1700

Will of Abraham Jackson, Goldsmith of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Noel Quire Numbers: 124 - 162. Will of Abraham Jackson, Goldsmith of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 September 1700

Reference:

PROB 11/457/103

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Prob 11/456/162

1685 August 4 The will of Abraham Jackson which was proved in 1700. He was a London goldsmith

NOTE: He was the son of Alexander JACKSON (1590-1670) and Sarah DRAX. His grandfather Robert JACKSON (b. abt 1650) was of Stone Staffordshire..

 

Late brother: Isaac JACKSON & his children: Abraham JACKSON & Mary JACKSON.

Late sister Sarah DYER.

Brother-in-law William CORRY

1686

 

1684

Will of Nathaniel Jackson, Mercer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lloyd Quire Numbers: 1 - 45. Will of Nathaniel Jackson, Mercer of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 February 1686.

Reference:

PROB 11/382/274

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Son of Nicholas JACKSON deceased refers to his will. Wife Abi

Will dated Aug 5, 1684

Relict Abi JACKSON

1687

Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Edmonton, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Foot Quire Numbers: 1 - 44. Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Edmonton, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

18 March 1687

Reference:

PROB 11/386/375

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Son: Thomas JACKSON

Lands in Manor of Lambeth.

Son John JACKSON Lands in NConnour of Lambeth, Co. Surrey let to Richard WESTBROOKE

Son: Joseph JACKSON.

Sister: Mary D?ELER]

Aunt Mrs Jane CONGE [?] deceased

Mortgage from Richard NEAL als NAYLOR.

Tankard from Mr. ARBINSON.

Daughter: Catherine JACKSON

Sister: [?]

Cousin Mr. Edward [?ISON]

Poor of Ward Street

Will dated 6 Dec 1686.

WITNESS: Nathaniel SIDDON, James BUSH, Elizabeth JEPPS & Pail [?]

1689

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/L/R576B/43

Testator's name: WILLIAM JACKSON

Occupation/status:

Place: HUTTON ROOF KIRBY LONSDALE

County...

19 JUL 1689

William JACKSON of Hutton probate Kirkby Lonsdale.

Alicia JACKSON & Leonardum JACKSON & [Gabriellum?] JACKSON of Kirkby Lonsdale.

Alice JACKSON paid to Edward, Mary & Dorothy JACKSON natural and lawful children of William JACKSON late of Hutton – not yet of age. WITNESSES: James HODGSON; Joseph LAMBERT Notary Public. Alice JACKSON [her mark] Leonard JACKSON [his mark]

Alice JACKSON, relict, of William JACKSON late of Hutton… registry of Richmond Court kept at Kendall… WITNESSES: James HODGSON; Joseph LAMBERT Notary Public. Alice JACKSON [her mark] Leonard JACKSON [his mark] William JACKSON [his mark]

INVENTORY_ the largest amount was 14.0.0 for grass and corn.

1689

Will of Bartholomew Jackson, Mariner, Master of the Good Vessel Happy Returne of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ent Quire Numbers: 1 - 46. Will of Bartholomew Jackson, Mariner, Master of the Good Vessel Happy Returne of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 March 1689

Reference:

PROB 11/394/359

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Jonathon [RICH] of Ratcliffe, Co. Middlesex Shipwright & executor

Wie: Jane JACKSON

Date of Will: 16 April 1688.

1689

Will of Thomas Jackson, Merchant of Whitehaven, Cumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ent Quire Numbers: 139 - 189. Will of Thomas Jackson, Merchant of Whitehaven, Cumberland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

23 November 1689

Reference:

PROB 11/397/311

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Friend Robert BIGLAND

Mother: Anne [?]

Children of [nephew?] Thomas JACKSON to his former wife…

Dorothy UDALT daughter of Grace JACKSON daughter of my uncle John JACKSON

Grant to poor widows of Whitehaven

Jacob MILLER my brother [in law?]… Abraham MILLER and my brother [Izaac?] MILLER

Probate: Thomas JACKSON late of Whitehaven Co. Cumberland but in the Ship Antelope on the Coast of [?] died about the 17 Mar 1688 on the ship

Memorandum to will and gave to Isaac MILLER part of the ship Advantage and to Rowland JACKSON £6.

12 Oct 1659

NOTE: Is this Rowland JACKSON related to the Rowland JACKSON (1633-1665) of Hickleton, Co. York?

SEE ALSO: 1691 probate for a Rowland JACKSON

1690

Will of Henry Jackson of Saint Patrick Dublin, County Dublin

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Vere Quire Numbers: 1 - 47. Will of Henry Jackson of Saint Patrick Dublin, County Dublin.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

06 February 1691

Reference:

PROB 11/403/215

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1690 June 26 Henry JACKSON's will. He died between June 26, 1690 and February 6, 1691. He seems to have been a mariner - possibly involved in fending off the French in the siege of Cork.

Parish of St. Patrick, Dublin where Marcus BERESFORD was buried.

1691

Will of Lidia Jackson, Widow of Saint Mary Whitechapel, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Vere Quire Numbers: 48 - 92. Will of Lidia Jackson, Widow of Saint Mary Whitechapel, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 April 1691

Reference:

PROB 11/404/238

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[based on watermarked image]

A long lease with many bequests. NOTE: Links to 1675 Will of Katherine JACKSON and others.

Lidea aka Lydia.

Sole daughter of John [?] late of the Parish of St. Mary Aldermanbury, London. To be buried with her father in parish church of Aldermanbury.

Beuests (and others) to poor of: [Billaer?] Wilton, Co. Middlesex; St. Mary, Aldermanbury; children of St. Thomas Hospital; poor of Village of Witton…

Cousin: Mary BYSHELL wife of William BYSELL of Church Longford Co. Warwick.

Cousins: Anne MOODY, Anne BARRETT, Lidea [?]; [?] GLOVER; Henry GLOVER; Katherine JACKSON;

Mary JACKSON living with Anne JACKSON.

Cousin Mary BURTON.

1691

Will of Richard Jackson, Merchant Taylor of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Vere Quire Numbers: 93 - 139. Will of Richard Jackson, Merchant Taylor of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

27 July 1691

Reference:

PROB 11/405/324

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

NOTE: Transcribed by Jan Waugh in full

His eldest son Richard JACKSON already had a bequest of £1,026 at the time of his marriage and also bequeaths dwelling house in [N.Canve?] Mark Lane London.

Son Richard JACKSON had 4 children.

Son Edmond JACKSON land in [W]aping  Co. Middlesex now in occupation of

Edmond JACKSON had two children.

Elizabeth STILES

Son Benjamin JACKSON land near Wapping now in occupation of Phillip GARDINER

Sister Elizabeth ELSDON

Daughter Mary [H]ARPER land in church yard of St. Margaret [Horb]bury London – she had three daughters.

Daughter-in-law Rebecca JACKSON (wife of Richard?)

Daughter-in-law Mary JACKSON (wife of Edmund?)

A bond from Stephen JACKSON.

To Benjamin JACKSON a tankard engraved with the New Castle Arms.

Grandson John HOLLISTER

Will dated 17 July 1790.

1691

Will of Rowland Jackson, Carpenter belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Coronation of Southwark, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Vere Quire Numbers: 140 - 189. Will of Rowland Jackson, Carpenter belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Coronation of Southwark, Surrey.

 

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Date:

23 September 1691

Reference:

PROB 11/406/100

Subjects:

Events and exhibitions | Royalty | Wills and probate

John JACKSON of London Taylor, executor [his brother]

NOTE: Many kinds of his ships are named including Merchant ships.

devise to John JACKSON

Will dated Mar 27, 1690.

Probate John JACKSON, brother.

NOTE: The Rowland JACKSON son of Sir John JACKSON and Fiennes WALLER is alleged to have died before 1655, so this is not him. SOURCE: Biographical Register of Christs College.

A Rowland JACKSON mentioned in 1641 as the father of a Hugh JACKSON, may also be of interest. He was a weaver from Trewdbecke, Westmorland. SOURCE: The London Rolls.

1691

Will of William Jackson, Clothworker of Saint Mary Aldermary, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Vere Quire Numbers: 48 - 92. Will of William Jackson, Clothworker of Saint Mary Aldermary, City of London.

 

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Date:

12 March 1691

Reference:

PROB 11/404/88

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried with late wife, Frances in parish Church of St. Mary Aldermary.

Company of Mercers.

son-in-law Robert BUTLER.

… for life of Sarah and Frances PHILLIPS [grandchildren].

Robert BUTLER and Mary BUTLER sons and daughters of my daughter Sarah BUTLER, John JACKSON and Anne JACKSON children of my son John JACKSON and John CARPENTER son of my son-in-law William CARPENTER [wife Frances JACKSON]

daughter Sarah BUTLER lands in Depford, Co. Kent.

Working tools to son John JACKSON.

Son-in-laws Robert BUTLER and William CARPENTER executors.

1692

Will of Roger Jackson, Goldsmith of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fane Quire Numbers: 49 - 96. Will of Roger Jackson, Goldsmith of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

19 April 1692

Reference:

PROB 11/409/241

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Bequests to Mother & Father (unnamed)

Three sisters (unnamed)

Cousin Elizabeth WHITE

Mr. Roger JONSON [?]or JAKSON [?] sole executor

Date of will 12 Feb 1691

 

1693

Lancashire Archives: W/RW/L/R577B/38

Testator's name: THOMAS JACKSON

Occupation/status:

Place: LUPTON KIRKBY LONSDALE

County/Country:...

NOTE: This is where Rev. John BRIGGS hailed from.

24 JAN 1693

Thomas JACKSON of Lupton Kirkby Lonsdale probate.

Jacobim JACKSON of Lupton & Thomas ROBINSON of Kirkby Lonsdale

The above bounden James JACKSON administrator of Thomas JACKSON his late father late of Lupton in the parish of Kirkby Lonsdale’’’ letters of administration. WITNESSES: James CAPSTACK; Marm LAMBERT; Richard TROTTER Notary Public. Signed James JACKSON; Thomas ROBINSON.

 

Joannes CARTWRIGHT…

per Johannson BRIGGE

Richard TROTTER Notary Public

INVENTORY appraised by Edward SUTTON; Thomas ROBINSON & Honnory SKYRING

In primis purs and apaoll in ridy money 1.13.4

money which was done} 5.04.0

to him without faithfully} 10.03.0

[Total] 17.0.4

A Debetory of all the depots that was owing

by the deceased in [?]

Ro Richard CHAMLAY 10.10.0

To James JACKSON 01.10.0

1693

Sentence of Roger Jackson, Gentleman of Saint Clement Danes, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Coker Quire Numbers: 134 - 174. Sentence of Roger Jackson, Gentleman of Saint Clement Danes, Middlesex.

 

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Date:

19 December 1693

Reference:

PROB 11/416/467

Subjects:

Wills and probate

All in Latin – so I did not do much.

Mention of a George JACKSON

1693

Will of Dame Lucy Jackson, Widow of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Coker Quire Numbers: 175 - 222. Will of Dame Lucy Jackson, Widow of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

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Date:

12 December 1693

Reference:

PROB 11/417/454

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Widow of Sir John JACKSON (1631-abt 1670) of Hickleton

1694

Will of Christian Jackson, Widow of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Box Quire Numbers: 225 - 265. Will of Christian Jackson, Widow of London.

 

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Date:

31 December 1694

Reference:

PROB 11/423/456

Subjects:

Wills and probate

SEE: 1675 will of Widow Katherine JACKSON – a sister-in-law. This Christina is likely the widow of a Samuel JACKSON.

 

Cousin Mary LAND daughter of Walter LAND

Her brother John LAND

Cousin Sarah POINTZ widow.

Mary ELY wife of Richard ELY

Luke WHITE who was formerly an apprentice to my late husband.

Cousin Katherine, wife of Francis JACKSON the younger Citizen and Clothworker of London NOTE: His father was likely Francis JACKSON of Sweethins Lane, London, Citizen & Clothworker SOURCE: London Rolls.

1694

Will of Isaac Jackson, Corn Chandler of Saint Botolph Aldersgate London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Box Quire Numbers: 225 - 265. Will of Isaac Jackson, Corn Chandler of Saint Botolph Aldersgate London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

21 November 1694

Reference:

PROB 11/423/215

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Isaac JACKSON, eldest son.

Daughters Mary JACKSON & Joanna JACKSON.

Youngest son: Samuel JACKSON when he is age 23.

WIFE: Mary JACKSON, executor.

Date: 20 Oct 1694.

Probate: Maria JACKSON, relict

1695

Jane JACKSON of Whittington

Lancashire Archives

WRW-L R577B-15

NOTE: She was Jane JACKSON née CARTER the widow of Rev. Richard JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

1695 July 29 - Will of Jane JACKSON NAMES: Jane JACKSON née CARTER; Rev Leonard JACKSON; Mary BRIGGS née JACKSON; Abigail JACKSON (later Wife of William BUCKLEY and then of Sir Oliver CROFTON); Vigessima BOUCHE née JACKSON; Agnes HOLDEN; Rebecca MOON; John JOHNSON sr.; Henry JOHNSON; James BORDRIGGE; John JOHNSON. PLACES: Whittington.

1695

Will of Thomas Jackson of Duddington, Northamptonshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Irby Quire Numbers: 85 - 124. Will of Thomas Jackson of Duddington, Northamptonshire.

 

Held by:

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Date:

02 February 1695

Reference:

PROB 11/426/4

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Son Christopher JACKSON

Son Jeremiah JACKSON (under age)

Son John JACKSON (under age 16)

Daughter Mary JACKSON

Son Francis JACKSON

Land in Duddington, Northampton

Son Francis JACKSON executor.

Will dated 3 Feb 1692

1696

Will of George Jackson, Shipwright of Hull, Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bond Quire Numbers: 131 - 175. Will of George Jackson, Shipwright of Hull, Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

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Date:

10 August 1696

Reference:

PROB 11/433/355

Subjects:

Manufacturing | Wills and probate

Wife Sarah JACKSON, executor.

Date of Will 11 Dec 1693.

 

 

1696

Will of William Jackson, late of His Majesty's Ship Boyne but formerly belonging to His...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bond Quire Numbers: 131 - 175. Will of William Jackson, late of His Majesty's Ship Boyne but formerly belonging to His Majesty's Ships the Grafton and Dutchess.

 

Held by:

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Date:

12 August 1696

Reference:

PROB 11/433/377

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To: John SPEED living in William Street, Parish Stepney, Co. Middlesex.

Possible link to:

Master: John MARKERNES, Goldsmiths

Father of Apprentice: William JACKSON, Mariner, Stepney Alias Stepinheath, Middlesex

Apprentice: William JACKSON, Stepney Alias Stepinheath, Middlesex

SOURCE: London Rolls.

1697

Will of Francis Jackson, Clothworker of Saint Swithin, City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pyne Quire Numbers: 45 - 88. Will of Francis Jackson, Clothworker of Saint Swithin, City of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

26 April 1697

Reference:

PROB 11/437/400

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1693 Feb 20

Francis JACKSON the elder, brother George JACKSON of Co. York

Son Francis JACKSON was willed the St. Swithin’s house

Daughters Mary DUGDALE, Martha PHIPPS (may be a grand-daughter), Sarah VIRGIN & Elizabeth CROFTON. Daughter-in-law Rebecca JACKSON widow of his late son David JACKSON

Grandchildren: Joshua JACKSON, Martha PHIPPS, Elizabeth RICHARD, Mary CROFTON.

1698

Will of Gilbert Jackson, now belonging to their Majesty's Ship Cambridge, Mariner

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lort Quire Numbers: 180 - 223. Will of Gilbert Jackson, now belonging to their Majesty's Ship Cambridge, Mariner.

 

Held by:

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Date:

05 September 1698

Reference:

PROB 11/447/241

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife: Jane JACKSON, Parish St. Boltolphs, Aldergate, London, appointed executor.

Will dated 1691 Apr 1.

Probate: Jane JACKSON relict.

NOTE: So far he does not tie into the JACKSONs of Cuddeson.

 

1698

Will of Ralph Jackson, Mariner and now belonging to His Majesty's Ship Suffolk of Saint...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lort Quire Numbers: 136 - 179. Will of Ralph Jackson, Mariner and now belonging to His Majesty's Ship Suffolk of Saint John Wapping, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

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Date:

22 July 1698

Reference:

PROB 11/446/396

Subjects:

Wills and probate

aka Randolph

Katherine MILLER of same place my loving kinswoman.

NOTE: No other family mentions.

1698

Will of William Jackson, Merchant of Dublin, County Dublin

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Lort Quire Numbers: 136 - 179. Will of William Jackson, Merchant of Dublin, County Dublin.

 

Held by:

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Date:

23 July 1698

Reference:

PROB 11/446/403

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Transcribed but not yet posted.

Latin version PRO: 11/448/39

my loving friend Edward Swann of the City of Dublin Merchant and Hannah his wife

… Jane Jackson and to every other of my relations

… my dear and loving wife Rose Jackson

Will dated 9 Jun 1697

Probate: … Benjamin Knightly Guliem Jackson [of] Bolton in [?] Lincoln and Dublin … Rose Jackson als Malby relict

1699

Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Kentchurch, Herefordshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pott Quire Numbers: 1 - 44. Will of Elizabeth Jackson, Widow of Kentchurch, Herefordshire.

 

Held by:

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Date:

16 January 1699

Reference:

PROB 11/449/102

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried with husband [Phillip] at Parish Church of St. Dionis London.

Son Phillip JACKSON

Daughter Crosbie

Son John POLLEN

Grandson Phillip JACKSON when he is 21 years old.

Grandson Christopher JACKSON if he attains age of 21.

[NOTE: Christopher and Phillip are brothers]

Son Edward JACKSON

Brother John BOURNE

Niece Dorothy [NENSE?]

Cousin Aramis BRIDGES of Hereford

Nephew Thomas SMITH

Children of my dead brother Joseph JACKSON, my nephew Joseph JACKSON & three daughters Anne YATE the Lady Earle & Sarah ALFORD

Dr. Beverly

CODICIL

Son Edward JACKSON of Pontilas Co. Hereford

Christopher JACKSON son of Edward JACKSON.

Phillip JACKSON another son of Edward JACKSON

Probate: Phillip JACKSON

1699

Will of John Jackson, Merchant of Madras, East Indies

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Pott Quire Numbers: 1 - 44. Will of John Jackson, Merchant of Madras, East Indies. PROB 11/449/107

Wife – Mary JACKSON

[Brother?] Anne JACKSON

Sister Mary JACKSON

1693 Which day appeared personally Benjamin Rouse late Commander of the ship the King William from the East Indies aged thirty eight years or thereabouts … there did lately come a packet of letters from Fort St. George in the East Indies amongst which papers were enclosed a sheet of paper … a copy of the last will of John Jackson late of Madras Merchant

PROBATE Administered Maria JACKSON

1700

Will of Abraham Jackson, Goldsmith of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Noel Quire Numbers: 124 - 162. Will of Abraham Jackson, Goldsmith of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

03 September 1700

Reference:

PROB 11/457/103

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife Sarah JACKSON

John DYER and Alexander DYER children of Sarah my late sister deceased late wife of Lawrence DYER.

Abraham and Mary JACKSON children of my late brother Isaac JACKSON deceased.

NOTE: The testator Abraham JACKSON was a son of Alexander JACKSON and Sarah DRAX. The following is likely his nephew.

Exeter* College - Abraham Jackson ; admission B.A. (Exeter) 4 Jun 1611, determination 1611/2 ; lic. M.A. (Christ Church College) 20 Jun 1616, inception 1616 [ii 299]

* Where the student changes his College an asterisk has been added and the new College is entered in brackets at the point where it first comes in. SOURCE: Register of University of Oxford.

1700

Will of Francis Jackson, Glassmaker of Christ Church, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Noel Quire Numbers: 43 - 83. Will of Francis Jackson, Glassmaker of Christ Church, Surrey.

 

Held by:

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Date:

17 April 1700

Reference:

PROB 11/455/165

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife Matilda JACKSON

Father Edward JACKSON the elder of Lynn Regis in Norfolk.

His father was appointed executor.

NOTE: It seems that he and Matilda had no children. Her will was probated on the same day as his.

1700

Will of Matilda Jackson, Wife of Christ Church, Surrey

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Noel Quire Numbers: 43 - 83. Will of Matilda Jackson, Wife of Christ Church, Surrey.

 

Held by:

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Date:

17 April 1700

Reference:

PROB 11/455/164

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Likely wife of Francis JACKSON, Glassmaker

1703

Will of William Jackson, Draper of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Dogg Quire Numbers: 124 - 161. Will of William Jackson, Draper of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

03 September 1703

Reference:

PROB 11/471/340

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Friend Elizabeth KINGSLEY at whose house I now lodge.

Cousins Mary & Jane SCOTT and Anne and Elizabeth F[??]MAN

Grand-daughter Mary WRIGHT (under age 21)

Grandson William WRIGHT (under age 21)

Cousin John CARPENTER

To Mary WRIGHT land in Parish of St. Olave [?] Street, London

Sister Anne HUMPHRIES

Son-in-law Jeremiah WRIGHT executor

1706

Will of William Jackson

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Eedes Quire Numbers: 88 - 132. Will of William Jackson.

 

Held by:

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Date:

06 June 1706

Reference:

PROB 11/488/345

Subjects:

Wills and probate

To be buried in Chancel of Church of Farromb Co. Southampton.

Roger JACKSON

Nephew John MITCHEL

Niece Anne MITCHEL

Nephew John JACKSON

Sister of nephew John JACKSON [?] WALLER.

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON

Niece Elizabeth LITHERLAND (executor)

Niece Elizabeth MITCHEL (executor)

Will dated 16 Apr 1706

1713

Will of Richard Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fagg Quire Numbers: 210 - 248. Will of Richard Jackson, Merchant Tailor of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

02 December 1715

Reference:

PROB 11/549/228

Subjects:

Trade and commerce | Wills and probate

Wife Rebecca JACKSON

Son Richard JACKSON single man at time of will.

Two grandchildren: Anna Rebecca LESS and Richard Lee children of John LEE late husband to Elizabeth JACKSON, widow.

To son Richard JACKSON share in Ship called the Carr

Mr. John LOADSMAN the Master living at Sheelos.

Brother-in-Law Mr. MARKWIRKE? And daughter Phillipa MARKWIRKE widow of his son Mr. Thomas MARKWIRKE of her marriage to Mr. George GROVES one of the nephews of Mr. George GROVES of [Barkley?].. James MARKWIRKE

Son [in-law?] Mr. John TOMLINSON

Son [in law?] Mr. George GROVES and Phillipa his wife

Daughter Elizabeth LEE widow

Grandson John TOMLINSON

Various leases mentioned…

To son Richard JACKSON “whom hath endeavoured to the utmost of his power to build up his family and not pull it down with all might and power as some others have done to their great shame”

Wife Rebecca JACKSON executor.

Will dated 6 Oct 1713.

Probate Rebecca JACKSON relict.

1715

PROB 11/584/70 NOTE: I could not find this in a search, although it is from NA.

Thomas JACKSON of Parish of St. Bartholomew London, Woolen Draper

Wife: Anne JACKSON

Wife gets 1/3rd & children the remainder shared equally (they are not named)

WITNESSES to will: 2 Aug 1715 Samuel BAKER of St. Sepulcher & William ELLIS of St. Barthomolmews

Probate Anne JACKSON relict

1716

Will of Ambrose Jackson, Brewer of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fox Quire Numbers: 134 - 172. Will of Ambrose Jackson, Brewer of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex.

 

Held by:

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Date:

23 July 1716

Reference:

PROB 11/553/140

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Father James JACKSON

Mother Mary JACKSON

Brother Richard JACKSON

Brother Thomas JACKSON

Sister Mary OGDEN widow of Thomas OGDEN

Brother Stephen JACKSON

Sister Susannah LOMAX wife of Samuel LOMAX

Brother William JACKSON

Sister Jane [R?]ADEN wife of Timothy [R?]ADEN

Nephew Ambrose JACKSON son of brother Thomas JACKSON to be paid when he is 21 years

Father and Mother-in-Law Rev Robert TOD & Elizabeth his wife (the father and mother of my late loving wife Elizabeth JACKSON deceased)

Will dated 4 Apr 1716

1716

Will of Samuel Jackson, Pewterer of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fox Quire Numbers: 134 - 172. Will of Samuel Jackson, Pewterer of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

06 July 1716

Reference:

PROB 11/553/55

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1716 February 17 This Samuel JACKSON was made a Warden in the Pewterers' Guild 1673, and then a Master in various years from 1684. SEE:  Chats on old Pewter.  H.J.L.J. Massé, M.A. New York. 1911.

The will was fascinating for me because there were more than a hundred people named in the list of beneficiaries. He was a son of the Thomas JACKSON whose will is posted above (1680).

SEE: JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin (includes JACKSONs of Santry)

1727

Will of Charles Jackson, Mariner of Drogheda, County Louth

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Farrant Quire Numbers: 1 - 45. Will of Charles Jackson, Mariner of Drogheda, County Louth.

Location: Drogheda, County Louth

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 February 1727

Reference:

PROB 11/613/315

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Mary POUND of Bermondsey Co. [?] Spinster

Will dated 12 Nov 1718.

1728

Will of Samuel Jackson, Draper of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Brook Quire Numbers: 91 - 135. Will of Samuel Jackson, Draper of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

05 April 1728

Reference:

PROB 11/621/189

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Samuel JACKSON Citizen and Draper.

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON

Son: Christopher JACKSON

28 March 1728 date of will

Probate: Wife Elizabeth JACKSON executor

1729

Will of Henry Gore of Sligo, Sligo

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Abbott Quire Numbers: 1 - 46. Will of Henry Gore of Sligo, Sligo.

 

Held by:

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Date:

20 January 1729

Reference:

PROB 11/627/180

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Will of Capt. Henry GORE of Majesty’s Fleet.

Lands in Co. Monaghan to Brother Richard GORE of Sligo

House in Chickport Loath in Essex.

House in Maroon Square in London

Addition 13 Feb 1725

All estates to brother Richard GORE.

To John WREN Esq. of Navy Office arrears of half pay.

Servant Richard [FENNING?]

David BOYD servant of Richard GORE

Frances PHISICK and Mary CLAPP two servants at Essex House.

 

 

1733

Robert JACKSON Saved in Feb 2016

The will of Rev. Robert JACKSON 1733, late rector of Tatum, is mostly a list of goods & chattles, but includes "Money payable on bonds" £ 289.0.0; purse and apparel £117.00.00; £814.0.0 for a total of £1,350.17.0. Everything is left to his sister Abigail BUCKLEY, widow.[This last name and relationship seems off]

NOTE: Judging from the value of his 18 horses - £50.0.0, it seems that he may have been a horse breeder. He also had 43 sheep, and barns in a number of townlands.

1740

Will of Anne Jackson, Gentlewoman of Brodsworth , Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Browne Quire Numbers: 1 - 57. Will of Anne Jackson, Gentlewoman of Brodsworth , Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

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Date:

01 February 1740

Reference:

PROB 11/700/265

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Brother John FREARE living at Highfield in Netherdale near Pately Bridge

Susanna PARNELL widow of Robert PARNELL living in Doncaster the remainder of the Legacy left to her by my son Thomas PARNELL.

Mary FRIERE sister of Charles FRIERE

Son-in-law William PATRICK

William ALLAN and Elizabeth DOE trustees

Nephew Charles FRIERE (bound an apprentice to a periwig merchant in London)

Will dated 21 Nov 1739

1743

Will of William Jackson, Goldsmith of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Boycott Quire Numbers: 96 - 144. Will of William Jackson, Goldsmith of London.

 

Held by:

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Date:

26 April 1743

Reference:

PROB 11/725/413

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Bequeath to Mrs. Eleanor BOND £100 And Mrs. Anne GOLDING

Wife Mary JACKSON

Daughter Eleanor JACKSON till she should attain 21 years

Or else marry.

Eleanor BOND and Anne GOLDING executors.

Will date: 6 Apr 1743

Probate: Eleanor BOND wife of Humphrey BOND and Anne GOLDING, widow.

 

NOTE: William JACKSON (1695-1744) of Coleraine & Frances EYRE had a daughter Jane Mary JACKSON who married a Rev. Edward GOLDING.

1747

Will of William Jackson, late belonging to the East India Ship the London, Batchelor

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Potter Quire Numbers: 287 - 335. Will of William Jackson, late belonging to the East India Ship the London, Batchelor.

 

Held by:

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Date:

01 December 1747

Reference:

PROB 11/758/194

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Father: Thomas JACKSON

Friend James [LIGHAM]

Executor: Thomas JACKSON, brother of testator since their father Thomas JACKSON was deceased.

Date of will 4 Jun 1747

Probate 1 Dec 1747

1751

Will of Gilbert Jackson of Hexham , Northumberland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Busby Quire Numbers: 301 - 359. Will of Gilbert Jackson of Hexham , Northumberland.

 

Held by:

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Date:

08 November 1751

Reference:

PROB 11/791/88

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Gilbert JACKSON, Esq.

Wife Elizabeth JACKSON, executor

Daughters (lives mentioned) Elizabeth JACKSON, Anne JACKSON, and Sarah JACKSON re: mtg with Samuel VANDERPLUNK as part of a marriage portion.

NOTE: from watermarked version.

1765

Will of Richard Jackson, Yeoman of Kirkby Kendal , Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Secker Quire Number: 336 - 382. Will of Richard Jackson, Yeoman of Kirkby Kendal , Westmorland.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

16 September 1768

Reference:

PROB 11/942/136

Subjects:

Wills and probate

1765 June 15 Will of Richard JACKSON

Wife Elinor JACKSON

NAMES: James JACKSON; Richard JACKSON; Elizabeth HARRISON; George  Brother-in Law husband of Mary JACKSON)

HARRISON; Jackson HARRISON; Margaret HARRISON; Elinor HARRISON; Mary HARRISON sr. & jr.; Thomas JACKSON Late brother of Testator; Thomas PEAT; Richard GITSOLL aka GAITSKILL; John POSTLEWAITE; William BAXTER. PLACES: Kirby Kendal; Finkle Street aka ffinkle; Gill in Bradley Field; Brigsteer.

Probate 16 Sept 1768 to Elinor JACKSON relict

1773

Will of Richard Jackson, Master Mariner of Whitby , Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Stevens Quire Number: 251 - 298. Will of Richard Jackson, Master Mariner of Whitby , Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 June 1773

Reference:

PROB 11/989/184

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Lands in Eskdalside, Parish Whitby to John YEOMAN of Whitby  Esq.

Wife Catherine JACKSON

Five children: Jane JACKSON, Robert JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON, Catherine JACKSON and Benjamin JACKSON

friend John WOLF of Whitby Master mariner

Nathanial CAMPION of Whitby, Master Mariner

William BLACKBURN of Whitby Master Mariner

Excutrix wife Catherine JACKSON

Date of will 8 Feb 1769

Probate 5 May 1773 granted to Catherine JACKSON widow

1776

Will of Tabitha Brown or Browne, Spinster of Fetter Lane , City of London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Bellas Quire Number: 188 - 232. Will of Tabitha Brown or Browne, Spinster of Fetter Lane , City of London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

10 May 1776

Reference:

PROB 11/1019/194

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Burial in Royston, Cambridge.

Rev. Joseph WILLIAMSON Vicar or St. Dunstans in the West sole executor.

Nephew: Lewis CORKRAN property that had belonged to her late father in parishes of Triplow and [Fowlmere?] in Co. Cambridge.

Mary WILLIAMSON wife of Joseph WILLIAMSON.

Mary HOLLINGSWORTH’s annuity.

Tabitha CURD widow of late John CURD.

God-daughters Bell PARKINS and Jane PARKINS.

Rev. [?] PARKINS their father.

NOTE: This may not be the right one, but I am curious why a Tabitha BROWNE kept appearing in deeds relating to John SALE, husband of Elizabeth TIFFIN who was grandmother of Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795)–

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BTW John SALE of Dublin Esq. & Elizabeth his wife widow & relict of Coll. Francis GORE deceased and Henry GORE of same City Gent and eldest son & heir of the said Coll Francis GORE and Francis GORE of same City Gent second son of the said Coll Francis GORE of the 1st pt & Tabitha BROWNE of City of London Spinster of 2nd pt. and John TWIGGE of City of Dublin Merchant of 3rd pt. Whereby John SALE, Elizabeth his wife Henry GORE and Francis GORE for the consideration of £300 sold lands including Glanboy [Glenboy, Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire] One Quarter Townemoyle [aka Taunymoyle possibly Tawnymanus, Parish Cloonclare, Barony Drumahaire], one Cartron Gortlenfort als Gortinlongport [Gortnalibbert Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire] and Cloonine [Clooneen, Parish Inishmagrath, Barony Drumahaire,]  one Cartron One parcel of Land called Dromore [probably Dromore, Parish Killasnet, Barony Rosclogher] all in Barony of Drummahire and half Barony of Rosclogher Co. Leitrim to Tabitha BROWNE her heirs and Assigns. WITNESS: George USSHER of City of Dublin Merchant David MULLON of City of Dublin Writing Clerk and Michael BARRY of City of Dublin Gent. Memorial WITNESS:  Michael BARRY & Lewis HIGGINS John SALE [SEAL]

1779

Will of Reverend Gilbert Jackson, Doctor of Divinity of Titchfield , Hampshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Warburton Quire Numbers: 287 - 332. Will of Reverend Gilbert Jackson, Doctor of Divinity of Titchfield , Hampshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 July 1779

Reference:

PROB 11/1055/264

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Lands at Cuddeson and Wheatley.

Brother Rev. Richard JACKSON.

Brother-in-law Fasham NAIRN & Rev Giles KNIGHTLEY

Wife [2nd wife]: Frances

Sister: Arabella JACKSON

Son: Gilbert JACKSON

Date of will: Aug 2, 1770

NOTE: Gilbert JACKSON of Cuddeson. This JACKSON family - first based in Lincolnshire and then in Cuddeston, Oxfordshire - is connected by marriage to other land-owning families in Co. Sligo. It may be significant

1784

Will of Anne Jackson, Widow of Saint Sepulchre London

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Rockingham Quire Numbers: 623 - 673. Will of Anne Jackson, Widow of Saint Sepulchre London.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

29 December 1784

Reference:

PROB 11/1124/370

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Anne JACKSON of the Charterhouse. Parish Saint Sepulchre

Sarah GIBSON

She appointed her son as executor – and left her estate to him - but she did not name him!

Will dated 13 Mar 1783

Timothy Lane of Aldersgate St Parish St. Botolphe apothecary affirm that he was a Quaker and knew Anne JACKSON.

 

1787

Will of Richard Jackson, Gentleman of New Malton , Yorkshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Major Quire Numbers: 301 - 352. Will of Richard Jackson, Gentleman of New Malton , Yorkshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

26 July 1787

Reference:

PROB 11/1155/276

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Sister [in-law?] Frances CROSER

Nephew John CROSER

Niece Anne CROSER

Sister Anne JACKSON

Elizabeth DEAS daughter of nephew John DEAS deceased

Brother William JACKSON sole executor

Will dated 10 Apr 1781

Probate: William JACKSON brother.

 

1796

Will of Reverend Richard Jackson, Rector, Doctor in Divinity of Donhead Saint Mary , Wiltshire...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Harris Quire Numbers: 484 - 530. Will of Reverend Richard Jackson, Rector, Doctor in Divinity of Donhead Saint Mary , Wiltshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 October 1796

Reference:

PROB 11/1280/11

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Nephew Gilbert JACKSON

 

1796 Oct 3 Probate for Rev. Richard JACKSON (1709-1796), rector of Dunhead, St. Mary, Wiltshire but earlier of Cuddeson, Oxfordshire, England. He is included in the Gilbert JACKSON of Cuddeson family tree.

 

1797

Will of Elizabeth Jackson otherwise Jakson, Widow of East Greenwich , Kent

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Fountain Quire Numbers: 559 - 605. Will of Elizabeth Jackson otherwise Jakson, Widow of East Greenwich , Kent.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

19 November 1792

Reference:

PROB 11/1225/115

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Left unadministered by Elizabeth BELL who had died and was then administered by her husband. 27 Nov 1797

Daughter Elizabeth wife of Matthew BELL was the legatee.

Will date: 11 Dec 1784

Proved 19 Nov 1792

 

1797

Will of Reverend Richard Jackson, Doctor in Divinity and Canon of York, Chester and Lichfield,...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Exeter Quire Numbers: 490 - 537. Will of Reverend Richard Jackson, Doctor in Divinity and Canon of York, Chester and Lichfield, Rector of Dodleston in Cheshire, Vicar of Prees in Shropshire of Prees , Shropshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 July 1797

Reference:

PROB 11/1294/100

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Estates in Chester near town of Sandback [?] … a farm at Becton …farm in [Bolton?] near Middle[roirle?] … another in Horoston another [Spock___] all in Parish Astbury and also tithes of [?] Co. Stafford … leave to my three heirs namely Jane DAY Francis DAY and Catherine DAY – all next of kin…

Richard GALLEY eldest son of John GALLEY

… to pay for a monument in the church … clergy at Warrington …

Church vault where wife and son are laid.

Mrs. Frances WILLIAMS of [Coughton]

Mrs. WARREN widow

Master TAYLOR

… late of Piers Co. Salop of York, Richard JACKSON widower

 

1803

Will of William Jackson of Warcop , Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Marriott Quire Numbers: 509 - 563. Will of William Jackson of Warcop , Westmorland.

Location: Warcop , Westmorland

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

22 June 1803

Reference:

PROB 11/1394/237

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Grandsons William & Robert [VOLLAM?]

 Grandson John [VOLLAM?]

Daughter Mary CRAIG sole executor

Grand-daughter Mary Anne CRAIG

Will dated 18 Mar 1794.

 

1803

Will of William Jackson, Gentleman of Lowther , Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Marriott Quire Numbers: 894 - 954. Will of William Jackson, Gentleman of Lowther , Westmorland.

Location: Lowther , Westmorland

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

28 November 1803

Reference:

PROB 11/1401/300

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Freehold in Parish [Lamblugh] Co. Cumberland to Brother Ponsonby JACKSON

Sister: Esther JACKSON

Sister: Dorothy JACKSON

Land in Parish [Arlerson?] Co. Cumberland

Will dated 7 May 1796

 

1808

Will of John Jackson of Brampton , Westmorland

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Ely Quire Numbers: 107 - 158. Will of John Jackson of Brampton , Westmorland.

Location: Brampton , Westmorland

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 February 1808

Reference:

PROB 11/1474/130

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Will dated 13 Jan 1765

Title to tenement at Leverington [?] near [?] Co. Cambridge

Half part to my mother Isabel JACKSON now of Lancaster.

Amy Augusta REED sole executor and a widow

To be buried at my native place near the tomb of my forefathers

12 Sept 1806

1811

Will of John Jackson, late Captain in H M 98th Regiment of Foot of Glenmore...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Crickett Quire Numbers: 520 - 563. Will of John Jackson, late Captain in H M 98th Regiment of Foot of Glenmore Lodge , Waterford.

Location: Glenmore Lodge , Waterford

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

05 December 1811

Reference:

PROB 11/1528/68

Subjects:

Army | Wills and probate

Friends Mary BIBLE. Rose Ally BIBLE

Burial ground of [?]ollop, Co. Waterford

Children – unnamed

Representatives of Mary [?ALES]

Eldest son John Holmes JACKSON

Wife: Mary JACKSON

SEE: Jacksons of Waterford & Cork

NOTE: Capt. John JACKSON  died in Toulouse, France in 1791. His wife was Mary TROUGHEAR.

 

1813

JOHN JACKSON of Beathwaite Green, Leavens. Will dated 11 January 181133

Levans Wills: L.R.O. WRW/K John Jackson

NOTE: Beathwaite-Green is a hamlet in Levens township, Heversham parish, Westmoreland, near the river Kent, 3 miles N of Milnthorpe.

 

I give to my now wife all my personal estate now in my possession and wherever it can be called mine for her own proper use and behoof whatever – also twenty pounds extraordinary for the expenses of my funeral so as to make no demand on my executor hereafter named. First to give to my now wife all the interest of my real estate at Beathwaitegreen with the gardens orchard and peatmosses thereunto belonging and all appurtenances thereunto belonging during her natural life and after her decease the aforesaid properties to become the property of my son James whom I appoint my sole executor of this my last will and testament he paying fifty pounds to my daughter Betty or Elizabeth one year after my now wifes decease and to pay my son John Jackson the sum of five pounds one year after my wifes decease also to my son William Jackson the sum of five pounds one year after my wifes decease my now wife paying all my just debts and funeral expenses from the aforesaid twenty pounds and personal estate. Dated 11 January 1811. Signed John Jackson, his mark in presence of George Gibson, Isaac Atkinson and Agnes Turner [she made her mark].

The will was proved in common form by James Jackson 20 February 1813 with the estate certified as less than £120. A note adds that John Jackson died in January 1811.

1813

William JACKSON PROB 11/1551/163

William JACKSON of [Beaumont] Parish of Beaumont Co. Cumberland.

Great nephew Robert FAUL[?] son of late nephew Thomas FAULDER[?]

.. land in Parish Stanwix [Co. Cumberland]

Great niece Isabella wife of John [NORMAN]

NOTE: Beaumont  is 4 mi from Carlisle.

 

1814

John Jackson KING of Tipperary

 

1816

William JACKSON PROB 11/1572/56

 

William JACKSON of Calcutta at Fort William in Bengal attorney to {?] Co. of Merchants …

Son-in-Law Alexander [BINEY?]

James COLVIN

Wife Margaret JACKSON

Daughter Matilda JACKSON

Daughter Anne Augusta JACKSON

Sons: William [?ill] JACKSON, Thomas Charles JACKSON, [???] George JACKSON, James Nesbitt JACKSON (he was a Capt. In Bengall), Edward JACKSON & Alexander Russell JACKSON

Married daughters Elizabeth Amelia [?] Maria COLVIN, Harriet PARE

….

Bengal Past And Present Vol.50,part.1,serial No.99

WILLIAM JACKSON, who died in Calcutta on August 24, 1807, at the age of 58, was Company’s attorney for many years : he was also registrar from February 7, 1777, until his death. He married Margaret

Stewart on November 7, 1776. Three of his sons were in the Bengal Army : Capt. -Lieut. William Hill Jackson (1785-1813), who died at Cawnpore “of a violent fever” ; Lieut. Thomas Charles Jackson (1786-1815), killed in Macassar during an attack on a fortified village ; and Major James Nesbitt Jackson, C. B. (1788-1832), D. Q. M. G. Bengal, who

died in Calcutta.

1818

Will of Luke Jackson, Gentleman of Hucknall Torkard , Nottinghamshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Cresswell Quire Numbers: 540 - 595. Will of Luke Jackson, Gentleman of Hucknall Torkard , Nottinghamshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

24 December 1818

Reference:

PROB 11/1611/330

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife Anne JACKSON

Mention of various lands including in Co. Derby.

Wife’s father John CORDON late of Eastwood Nottingham Gent deceased.

Son Luke JACKSON under age 21.

Daughter Phoebe JACKSON

Joint Executors: James ROBINSON of [Papplewick] Co. Nottingham Esq. & Rev. Charles NIXON of Nuthall Co. Nottingham

1829

PRON 11/1769/367 William JACKSON

Jointly to Eldest Daughter Jane JACKSON, spinster &

Wife Mary JACKSON £2.000.

Grandchildren:

Edward Marriott JACKSON

William Gardner JACKSON

Fanny Mary Jane JACKSON

(youngest not yet 21 years old)

Property purchased of Nicholas Marshal CUMINGS called Belmont leave to Edward Marriot JACKSON & William Gardner JACKSON.

“books and writings”

Father: David JACKSON of Hoborlay, Cleveland, Yorkshire.

“On 6th August 1829 administration with will annexed of the goods chattel and [?] of William JACKSON late of City of Cork in Ireland Gentleman granted to Mary JACKSON widow and relict.

NOTE: lease of Broomhill Farm in Epwell, co. Oxon., from William Gardner Jackson of Lambeth, co. Surrey, to William John Coles of Wiggington, co. Oxford, farmer, 14 September 1881. (Income from a mortgage of this property was applied by the trustees for the benefit of the great-grandchildren). National Archives UK.

NOTE: The Gazette: Edward Marriott Jackson, Assistant Surgeon, on the Madras Establishment, residing on Mount Road, filed 15 July. Date of Gazette containing notice, July 26, 1853 [Insolvent debtor petition]

NOTE: Edward Mariott JACKSON : JACKSON, STEWART ARDAGH, second son of the late Edward Marriott Jackson, Surgeon-Major, late H. E. I. Co.'s Service, lost at sea in the Glenmark, which sailed from Port Lyttelton, New Zealand, on February last, and has not since been heard of.

NOTE: The Church in Madras:

Edward Martin John Jackson matriculated at St. John’s College, Cambridge, in 1812 as Edward Jackson, and graduated B.A. in 1816 under his full name. He married in 1814, while still an undergraduate, Fanny, the daughter of James Lardner of Teignmouth, Devon. At Cambridge he came under the influence of Charles Simeon, and was recommended by him for a Chaplaincy in the Company’s Service. He was appointed in 1816 as Edward Martin Jackson; arrived in 1817 and was sent to Vellore. There he died in 1821. He left a widow and two children; the son was named Edward Marriott Jackson. He signed his will with his full name.

1829

Will of Anne Nesbitt Jackson, Wife of Mount Pleasant , Tipperary

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Liverpool Quire Numbers: 351 - 400. Will of Anne Nesbitt Jackson, Wife of Mount Pleasant , Tipperary.

Location: Mount Pleasant , Tipperary

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

12 June 1829

Reference:

PROB 11/1757/90

Subjects:

Wills and probate

[Anne Nesbitt ANDERSON]

Wife of George JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Tipperary.

Five living children [Jane, Penelope, Anne, Frances, & Letitia].

WITNESS: [?] SAUNDERSON, Curate of Union of Ballymacky

Will dated 18 Nov 1827

SEE: Minchin Jackson family tree  although where, I do not know. Keep tuned in. I will Updated as I learn more. The family crest included three eagles heads.

SEE Also: 1799 Ballymackey Churchyard, Tipperary Mrs. Elizabeth JACKSON wife of George JACKSON, Esq. Of Mount Pleasant, who lived beloved and died Aug 23, 1799. Possibly a 1st wife of George JACKSON husband of Anne Nesbitt JACKSON

1831

Will of Abraham Jackson of Llanmaes , Glamorganshire

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Teignmouth Quire Numbers: 201 - 250. Will of Abraham Jackson of Llanmaes , Glamorganshire.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

30 April 1834

Reference:

PROB 11/1830/159

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Of Glanmorgan (formerly of Tincurry in Ireland)

Wife Barbara JACKSON

Brother-Law: Charles PLASKET

Brother Thomas JACKSON

Nephew William WALPOLE

Nieces Mary & Sarah WALPOLE

Brother in Law Samuel JACOB in Clonwell.

[Wm] WHITE Waterford

Edward JACKSON

Will dated 12 [?] 1828

Samuel William JACOB

Amended 17 Sept 1831

5 Apr 1834

NOTE: Abraham was a son of Joseph JACKSON  (1727-1800)and Barbara FENNELL (?-1795). His wife was Barbara PLASKETT.

1835

Will of Edward Rowland Jackson of Castleview , County Cork

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Name of Register: Gloster Quire Numbers: 201 - 250. Will of Edward Rowland Jackson of Castleview , County Cork.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

03 April 1835

Reference:

PROB 11/1845/397

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Date of will 1793

NOTE: He died in 1797.

3 Apr 1835 Codicil annexed.

SEE: Jacksons of Waterford & Cork

1835

William JACKSON of Back Lone, City of Dublin

William McDONNELL

Daughters: Ellen JACKSON

Anne JACKSON

1855

Will of Mary Jackson, Wife

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Volume number: 3 Quire numbers: 101-150. Will of Mary Jackson, Wife.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 February 1856

Reference:

PROB 11/2227/176

Subjects:

Wills and probate

Wife of Lt Col. JACKSON (who died shortly after – see beneath)

Her late father: John PILKINGTON

£3,500

Son Pilkington JACKSON

Daughter: Anna Mary Elizabeth JACKSON

Daughter: Louisa Victoria JACKSON.

Sister: Anna Louisa BAIDRAIN? A residual Legatee in testatrix’s father’s will.

CODICIL:

Jane Noble PILKINGTON

Nephew John Pilkington NOBLE

Date of Codicil 5 Jan 1856

Proved Jane Noble PILKINGTON spinster the sister & Rev. John Pilkington NORRIS Clerk the nephew.

NOTE: Find-A-Grave: Pilkington JACKSON. Pioneer of army welfare, Captain, Royal Artillery. "In 1859, deeply moved by the nightly street scenes at Gibraltar while serving there as a young officer he devised and established at his own expense the first soldiers home"
IGI has Christening of Pilkington Jackson 30 December 1834 at St Phillips, Salford, Lancashire, son of Henry Augustus and Mary Jackson There was a marriage between Henry Augustus Jackson and Mary Pilkington at St Peter, Bolton Le Moors, Lancashire, on 2 May 1832.

 

1856

Will of Henry Augustus Jackson, Captain of 5th Dragoon Guards of Saint Marylebone , Middlesex...

Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. Volume number: 3 Quire numbers: 101-150. Will of Henry Augustus Jackson, Captain of 5th Dragoon Guards of Saint Marylebone , Middlesex.

 

Held by:

The National Archives, Kew - Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Date:

13 February 1856

Reference:

PROB 11/2227/177

Subjects:

Army | Wills and probate

Will of Henry Augustus JACKSON Esq. dated 13 May 1848 probated 13 February 1856 at NA.  (The probate is on the same page as his wife.)

Jan 3, at his residence, 24, Upper Berkley Street, London, aged 58, Lieutenant Col Henry Augustus Jackson, formerly of the 80th Regiment, and late of the 5th Dragon Guards. Belfast News Letter Jan 10 1856. [Therefore born 1798]

 

 

 

 

 

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