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This parish intrigues me because of its connection to the JACKSONs who were involved in the United Irishmen. It may very well be that these JACKSONS were also related to some of the earlier JACKSONs mentioned in the Parish Register. Most of the data on this page, albeit not all of it, came from Irish Church records at Irish Genealogy The Irish government truly deserves to be thanked for their support of this intiative.
Sharon Oddie Brown. October 26, 2010
Updated June 12, 2021 -The earlier page has been replaced. There are still some issues with the centering of some of the tables. Later.
Updated: July 8, 2021 Added: Thomas GORE buried June 6, 1685.

St. Michan's Church is the first place indicated on this 1610 map.
The registers of the Church of St. Michan, Dublin. Dublin: Printed for the Parish Register Society of Dublin by A. Thom & Co., 1907.

Jacksons of St Michans:Parish 1600s 1700s

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    St. Michan's Church of Ireland.

    In the 1600s and 1700s, St. Michans congregation included many Quakers and other “dissidents” as well as merchants connected to the linen trade. The parish also included many who were poor along with those who were members of the upper echelons of Dublin society (or close to upper echelons). The big tourist attraction if the mummies in the crypt, which I have yet to visit. Photo taken in 2016.

     

     

    Roman Catholic St. Michans. After the reformation, the Protestant Government took over the Church of St. Michan (in Church Street) in 1540 and the Catholic priests had to find new ways of providing the Sacraments to their faithful. They had to resort to the back streets for those purposes. St. Michan's Mass House was in a back room of a house and became the first Parish Chapel recorded in Penal Times. SOURCE: Bryan Shortall Blog.

     

    NOTE: Most of the graves at St. Michan's are either missing or illegible. The photo to the right is also of a grave at St. Michan's Church of Ireland graveyard. Some of the inscriptions were listed and have been transcribed in the IGP page on St. Michan's. Most are from the 1800s. In records in the tables beneath, I have transcribed records for JACKSONS from the 1660s and 1700s.

     

     

    My focus being on JACKSONs, there are several family lines which enticed me to take a careful look at the St. Michan’s Church registers.

    1.      Rev. William JACKSON b. 1713 in Dublin. Based on my work with deeds, it is likely he was the Rev. William who then ended up in Rocksavage, Cork. If so, his father was another Rev. William JACKSON – but who was his father and where did he come from?

    a.       1734. WILLIAM JACKSON, D. D. Prebendary of St. Johns; elected October 10th; instituted October 14th; installed October 16th. He died in February, 1735/6, and was buried either at St. Michans or St. Johns Church.

    b.       1725/6. WILLIAM JACKSON, M.A. and D.D. was elected February 17th; admitted March 2nd; installed next day. In 1734 he became Prebendary of St. Michans. SOURCE: Fasti ecclesiae Hibernicae : the succession of the prelates and members of the Cathedral bodies of Ireland

    c.       Governor of the Workhouse: William Jackson, D.D. Prebendary of St. Michans (Dublin) 1735 Vol 7.  Gentleman and Citizens Almanac p51

    Governor of the Workhouse: William JACKSON, D.D. Prependary of St. Michans 1736 Vol 8 Gentleman and Citizens Almanacp 68

    2.      Henry JACKSON (1750-1817) was one of those JACKSONs of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan who were active in the United Irishmen. Although they were connected to this church in the late 1700s, I can find no mentions of them in the early Church Register (he is not to be confused with another Henry JACKSON, who was a church elder).

     

    a.       Sir Richard Robert MADDEN claims that a tombstone memorial to Oliver BOND had been erected by his widow, a daughter of Henry JACKSON of Church Street, but that it had been damaged and moved. Is the one above a replacement?

                                                                  i.      The tombstone over it was on the left-hand side of the church by the ball and nearly opposite the entrance to the vaults on that side. There I saw it in 1841 in 1842, but there exists no longer. On visiting the spot last Monday it was only after a long search that I found this too much injured one large piece entirely broken off in a corner at the other end of the churchyard adjoining Bow Street, and in the same place the tombstone of the Rev. William Jackson, who died in the court of King's bench, in the city, in 1795. SOURCE: a letter published March 27, 1847 in Freemans Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser.

                                                                ii.      Henry JACKSON had a foundry at Pill Lane which was mentioned in a number of deeds. He sold everything when he had to flee to America. Pill Lane is now called Chancery Street. It intersected with Church Street.

                                                              iii.      The fact that the United Irishmen Rev. William JACKSON was also buried with Oliver BOND and his JACKSON relations may be telling in terms of a possible familial link but it may be that the link was political.

    3.      Rev William JACKSON (1737-1795)

      1. A few paces from the "unmarked grave" sleeps Oliver Bond and the Rev. William Jackson, who took poison so as to "deceive the Senate" and dropped down dead at the feet of the judge who was about to pass sentence of death upon him. NOTE: The source for this quote was on a site Chapters of Dublin. It no longer exists. The burial of Rev William does not appear in the records, which is not surprising since he died from suicide, swallowing poison while in Court waiting for sentence to be pronounced on his conviction for treason. He did this to avoid his estate going to the State rather than to his wife and children.
    1. Thomas GORE buried June 6, 1685. He was a son of Sir Robert GORE (d. 1705) and Frances NEWCOMEN (d. 1735). Sir Robert GORE was a brother of Col. Francis GORE (grandfather of Rev. William JACKSON). Thomas GORE was therefore a 1st cousin once removed of Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795).

    5.      JACKSONs of Coleraine, Antrim & Londonderry: Several of their relations were connected to St. Michan’s and at least some of them had residences nearby.

    a.        Collins Peerage of England Vol 8 mentions members of the extended O'NEILE family of Coleraine who were buried at St. Michan’s in the 1700s. Since Anne O'NEILE was the wife of Richard JACKSON (1729-1781), it would not be surprising if some of the JACKSONs mentioned in the records were also from Coleraine. NOTE: The O’NEILEs in the Church Register do not seem to be related. One was a coachman and one a huxter (peddler), and one was described as poor. The relations of the Coleraine O’NEILEs were landlord and merchant class.

                                                             i.            Katherine BERESFORD (d. 1701), widow of Sir Randal BERESFORD, was buried at St. Michans. Her sister-in-law was Susanna JACKSON née BERESFORD (d 1706). Susanna lived nearby on Church Street with her brother-in-law Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706).

        1. Catherine O’NEIL, daughter of Shane O’NEIL of Shane’s Castle Co. Antrim married Richard BUTLER. She was buried at St. Michan in 1739.
        2. Catherine BRODERICK was buried 1713 at St. Michan. Her sister Alice BRODERICK married Charles O’NEIL son of John O’NEIL. She was buried at St, Michans in 1742. Their daughter was Anne O’NEIL (1738-1781) wife of Richard JACKSON (1729-1781), both of Coleraine.
        3. Alan BRODRICK Lord Midletone, brother of Alice BROADRICK,  married 2ndly Lucy COURTTHORPE June 30 1703 and they had a son Courtthorpe BROADWICK baptised Mar 25 1700, buried St. Michans Dec 23 1700.
        4. The BUNBURY family also married into the JACKSONs. Thomas BUNBURY (1763-1743) married Rose JACKSON (1681-1738). Rose was a daughter of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (d. 1706). Why this Thomas BUNBURY (1729-1790) is memorialized here is a mystery to me. Sacred to the memory of Thomas BUNBURY Esqre. of [Clontarf] who departed this life the 11th of December 1790 Aged 61 years.  This monument is erected at the desire of his son, Hugh Mill BUNBURY, Esqre. on a visit to this country after an absence of 28 years, 12th Feb.  1816. St. Michans. SOURCE: IGP Archives Dublin. Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland, 1894. FHL# 1279252 

                                                         vi.            Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). He was a wealthy merchant and landowner. His sister-in-law Susanna BERESFORD lived with him after her 2nd marriage (to Col. John MITCHELBURN) broke down. They both died on the same day. Samuel was buried at St. Paul’s in 1706. NOTE: Arran Quay was part of the parish of St Michan's Halston St until 1707 when it was created a parish in its own right and given the name St. Paul's.

        1. Sir William Lawlies JACKSON. I do not know his ancestry, beyond the fact that his father was William JACKSON (d. 13 Dec 1858), but it is of interest that his Baronial crest includes two suns. This would indicate a likely connection to the JACKSONs of Co. Down. His link to St. Michan is known because of a report recorded in HANSARD 1803–2005 that he gave to the British Parliament. He was a representative from Leeds and also Chief Secretary for Ireland 1891–1892:  MR. JACKSON  The Tower of St. Michan's Church is, I am informed, in a dilapidated condition; but as the church is in the custody of the representative body of the Church of Ireland, and is used as a place of worship, the Commissioners of Public Works have no power to expend Public money on its repair. The works necessary for the preservation of the ancient monuments which have been placed under the guardianship of the Commissioners of Public Works, under the Ancient Monuments Protection Act, 1882, have been 1079 carried out under the supervision of Sir Thomas Deane, an architect who has devoted much time and attention to the subject, and to whose professional reputation it is not necessary for me to add my testimony. I am not aware of the qualifications possessed by the correspondent of the Spectator for criticising Sir Thomas Deane. The sum of £150 voted in 1889–90 was not expended, as the owners of the monuments on which it was proposed to expend it declined to permit any work to be carried out in connection with them.

    NOTE: There were two different St. Michan’s churches: the Catholic JACKSONs from the St. Michans North Anne Street and the Church of Ireland JACKSONs on Church Street (the two churches are near each other). SEE: RC records I have merged them because it might help to notice if there are any families that had been Protestant, but who became Catholic.

     

    Date

    St. Michans Record

    Notes in record

    My notes

    1636 Feb 5

    Marriage of JOHN PHIPS of N/R and MARY JACKSON of N/R

    Inps John PHIPS and Mary JACKSON married per banns the 5th of February

     

    1637 Apr 10

    Burial of ROBT JACKSON of N/R

     

    No details given.

    1637 Apr 23

    Baptism of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: Thomas & Susan JACKSON

     

    1639 May 23

    Baptism of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: Thomas JACKSON

     

    Possibly he was a son of Thomas & Susan JACKSON

    1639 Jun 21

    Burial of FRANCES JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Thomas JACKSON

    LDS records show a Francis bap. 23 May 1639 as a son of Thomas & Susan JACKSON at St. Michan’s. Also of interest, is the Francis JACKSON awarded lands in Kings Co. in 1670.

    1639 Jul 4

    Baptism of MARGARET JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: William JACKSON

     

    1640 Apr 6

    Baptism of JOANE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of John JACKSON

     

    1640 Jun 20

    Baptism of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: Lancelott JACKSON.

     

    This is possibly an ancestor of the JACKSONs who ended up in Lanark, Ontario, Canada. The name Lancelott echoes in their family history.

    1654 Sep 18

    Ann JACKZON

    Alexander BODDINGTON & Anne JACKZON was married at St. Michans parish Dublin before Alderman Robert MILLS Justice of the Peace in the Co. Dublin 18 Sept 1654

    page 44 of St. Michan’s Register

    1654 Nov 6

    Marriage of JAMES JACKSON of N/R and SUSANA ELLWOOD of N/R

    After three several Lord’s days publishing the Banes of matrimony between James JACKSON and Susanna ELLWOOD, they were married before the foresaid Alderman Gilbert.

     

    1668 Nov 12

    Burial of PETER JACKSON of N/R

    Peter son of John JACKSON, yeoman

    He may fit into the JACKSONs connected to Hacketstown, Co. Carlow.

    1669 Feb 23

    Baptism of SARAH JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: John & Ann JACKSON

     

    She may fit into the JACKSONs connected to Hacketstown, Co. Carlow.

    1770

    Baptism of ANN JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Terrence JACKSON & Margaret. Sponsor: Catherine PIPPARD

    St. Michan’s RC.

    The month was illegible and was a guess.

    1672 Jan 6

    Marriage of STEPHEN JACKSON of N/R and MARGERET PARKES of N/R

    Married Stephen JACKSON and Margaret PARKES both of this parish by Mr. Finglas Curat to Dr. Parry minister of this sd  parish; they having beene published in ye church of ye sd parish three several daies according to ye cannons of ye Church of Ireland

    Page 162 of St. Michan’s Register. Their children are noted beneath.

    1672 Oct 22

    Baptism of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: John & Ann JACKSON

     

    1672 Oct 28

    Burial of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R

    Son of John JACKSON, Taylor & Ann his wife.

     

    1673 Jan 4

    Burial of FRANCIS JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Stephen Jackson, smyth and Margt his wife.

    The transcription on this site gave the year as 1673 – not 1674, but since this would have been before the baptism, I suspect it was using the old calendar.

    1673 Sep 3

    Burial of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Soldier, husband of Margtt

     

    There was a John JACKSON mentioned in the Cromwellian Settlements.

    1673 Oct 5

    Baptism of FRANCIS JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: Stephen JACKSON, smyth & Margtt

     

    1674 Jan 9

    Burial of BRIDGETT JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Stephen Jackson, smyth and Margt his wife.

    January 9 1675 in current calendar.

    1674 Apr 1

    Burial of ELIZABETH JACKSON of N/R

    Wife of Edward JACKSON, Gent.

     

    An Edward JACKSON was mentioned in the Cromwellian Settlements.

    1674 Dec 13

    Baptism of John & Bridgett

    BAPTISED: John & Bridget ye children of Step. Jackson, smyth, & Margt his wife.

    aka Stephen  JACKSON

    NOTE: page 119 of St. Michan’s Register

    1675 Jan 15

    Burial of JANE JACKSON of N/R

    Wife of William JACKSON, soldier, from pillane.

    A William JACKSON was mentioned in the Cromwellian Settlements.

    NOTE: I do not know what pillane refers to. Is it a place or a disease?

    1675 Apr 29

    Burial of MARGERETT JACKSON of N/R

    Wife of Steph. Jackson, smyth.

    née Margaret PARKES

    1675 Jun 6

    Burial of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Occupation: Taylor

     

    1676 May 21

    Baptism of THOMAS JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Stephen JACKSON, smyth, and Ann, his wife..

    I am guessing that Ann is a 2nd wife

    1676 May 29

    Baptism of JANE JACKSON of N/R

    Dau of John JACKSON, Gent, and Eliz. His wife

     

    1678 Sep 22

    Baptism of ARNALD JACKSON of N/R

    son of Stephen Jackson, Smyt & wife

     

    1680 Jul 23

    Burial of MARY JACKSON of N/R

    dau. Of John Jackson soldier & Margt his wife.

     

    1681 Apr 8

    Burial of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R

    Souldier of Capt. Margetsons Comp.

    Captain Margetson commanded troops at Derry & Boyne, but that was later.

    1681 Dec 5

    Burial of MARY JACKSON of N/R

    Mary Jackson, virgin, servt to Capt Edw Ford.

     

    1682 Jun 16

    Burial of ELIZABETH JACKSON of N/R

    dau. of John Jackson, coachman & Catherin, his wife.

     

    1683 Feb 17

    Burial of ALICE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Stephen Jackson, smyth and Ellinor, his wife..

    It is possible that Ellinor is a 3rd wife. Or there may be more than one Stephen JACKSON, smyth.

    1683 Mar 23

     Burial of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R

    Son of William JACKSON, Chapman and Elizabeth, his wife.

     

    1683 Jun 3

    Baptism of NICHOLAS JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: William JACKSON & Margery. Occupation: Victualler.

     

    1683 Oct 15

    Burial of MARGERET JACKSON of N/R

    Wife of John JACKSON, soldier.

    I wonder if he was related to Oliver and Francis JACKSON. They were both soldiers and Francis had a son named John (d. 1704)

    1683 Nov 18

    Burial of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Stephen Jackson, smyth and Ellinor, his wife.

     

    1684 Jan 6

    Baptism of FRANCES JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Capt. Oliver JACKSON

     

    The Oliver JACKSON in list of Connaught Certificates. Transplanters AD 1653-1654 was likely the Oliver JACKSON b 1605.  A Capt. Oliver JACKSON was his nephew and a son of Col. Francis JACKSON of Mayo. This nephew married Jane KING and they are the likely parents of Frances.   

    See Also: History of Crossmolina by Tony Donohoe.

    1684 Sep 7

    Burial of BENIAMIN JACKSON of N/R

    Son of William Jackson, soldier & his wife.

    A William JACKSON was mentioned in the Cromwellian Settlements as one of the 1649 officers.

    1684 Dec 7

    Burial of EDWARD JACKSON of N/R

    Servant to Barron Hartstonge.

     

    1686 Jun 10

    Burial of CATHERIN JACKSON of N/R

    Catherine, wife of John Jackson, coachman

     

    1686 Sep 30

    Burial of ROWLAND JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Stephen Jackson, smyth & Ellinor, his wife.

     

    1688 Dec 26

    Burial of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R

    William Jackson, plaster, husband of Phoebe.

    The name Phoebe is uncommon but does show up in the family tree of the JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co.

    1689 Jan 28

    Burial of STEPHEN JACKSON of N/R

    Occupation: smith

     

    1690 May 27

    Burial of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Gent

    A John JACKSON (died btw 1688-1693), was a son of Rev. Richard JACKSON (1602-1601) and Dorothy OTWAY (1605-1645). He was based in Londonderry, and his daughters all married and lived in Ireland.

    1692 Feb 28

    Marriage of MOSES RADFORD of N/R and REBECCA JACKSON of N/R

    Moses RADFORD and Rebecca JACKSON both of this parish per banns by said John Jones

    Should it be Moses BRADFORD? This is a Monaghan name.

    1693 Jun 7

    Burial of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Widdower

    A John JACKSON (died btw 1688-1693), was a son of Rev. Richard JACKSON (1602-1601) and Dorothy OTWAY (1605-1645). He was based in Londonderry, and his daughters all married and lived in Ireland.

    1693 Nov 9

    Marriage of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R and ALICE DAWSON of N/R

    William Jackson tanner and Alice Dawson by the sd Dean Pooley pursuant to Lycence out of the Consistory Cort Dublin

    He is likely related to the tanners- descendants of Robert & Joyce JACKSON mentioned in St. Catherine’s register Deed: 7-464-2897 and also Deed 11-52-3966 of Killmainhorn, Co. Dublin, Tanner ...and DEED: 15-44-6705..

    1694 Sep 2

    Burial of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    John Jackson, tapster

     

    1695 Mar 13

    Burial of DAUID JACKSON of N/R

    David Jackson, furrier & bat[c]heller

    I assume Batchelor.

    NOTE: A David JACKSON was baptised 9 Mar 1679 at Derry Cathedral, Templemore, Londonderry. His father was a Richard JACKSON and his mother was a Dianae. The Richard JACKSON (b 1635) son of Rev. Richard JACKSON (1602-1601) and Dorothy OTWAY has not been fully accounted for and many of siblings settled in Ireland.

    1696 Sep 26

    Burial of SUSANNA JACKSON of N/R

    Susanna, dau of Joanna Jackson, joyner & Dorathy, his wife

    I suspect there was a transcription error in the name of the father. Probably John not Joanna.

    1697 Feb 19

    Baptism of SUSANNA JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: Capt. William JACKSON & Elizabeth, his wife.

    She is possibly the daughter of Capt. William JACKSON (1669-1712) of Coleraine and his wife Elizabeth GORGES (1675-1747). If so, she likely died as an infant and a 2nd Susan followed (who married John HAMILTON).

    1697 Dec 14

    Burial of ELIZ JACKSON of N/R

    Dau of John Jackson souldier & Susanna his wife.

     

    1698 Feb 21

     Marriage of WILLIAM ENGLISH of N/R and BARBARA JACKSON of N/R

    William ENGLISH, carpenter, and Barbara JACKSON of this parish spinster by sd Mr Walker they having been published according to the Cannons

     

    1699 Jul 8

    Burial of JAMES JACKSON of N/R

    Son of John Jackson deceased and his relict Catherin.

     

    I suspect that the gap of 26 years with no JACKSONs is because the originals were stored at PRO in 1919 and were lost in the fire. Thanks to John Grenham, it is clear what is available.

     

    Baptism

    Marriage

    Burial

    Location

    Reference

    Status

     

    1636-1701

    1636-1800

    1636-1701
    1898

    RCBL

    Full RCBL reference

    Open for public research.

     

    1636-1701

    1636-1701

    FHL (LDS)

    Extracted and indexed in the 1988 and 1992 editions of the International Genealogical Index

    Insert image of RC Catholic St Michans Church

    1725

    Baptism of CHARLES LYNCH of DRUMCONRA LANE

    Father: Charles LYNCH Mother: Margaret. Sponsor James McVOY & Ann JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    Month is not legible. The day was the 20th.

    1727 Apr 10

    Baptism of MICHAEL GORMAN of N/R

    Father: Michael GORMAN. Mother: Catherin. Sponsors: Thomas FITZGERALD & Margaret JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1729  Nov 9

    Marriage of WILLIAM JACKSON of N/R and KATHERINE HAMILTON of N/R

    William JACKSON sadler to Katherine HAMILTON, spinster

     

    1730 Jun 25

    Baptism of MARGARET SMYTH of PROPPER LANE

    Father: SMYTHE?

    Mother Bridget

    Sponsor Harry JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1731 Oct 24

    Marriage of JOHN JACKSON of N/R and ELIZABETH HUDSON of N/R

    Occupation: Smith.

     

    1731 Nov 9

    Marriage of ANTONY TAVERNER of N/R and COMFORT WILKINSON of N/R

    WITNESS: Daniel COWWELL & Isabella JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1740 Dec 25

    Baptism of STEPHEN CARRELL of MARY LANE

    Father Thomas CARROLL

    Mother: Elizabeth

    Sponsors: Francis KURNAN & Mary JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1746 May 22

    Marriage of HENRY JACKSON of N/R and ANN CONSTANT of N/R

    Henry JACKSON & Anne Constant widow.

     

    1746 Oct 20

     Marriage of JOSEPH MASON of N/R and ELIZTH JACKSON of N/R

    Joseph Mason locksmith and Elizth Jackson widow.

     

    1750 Nov 30

    Marriage of THOS JACKSON of N/R and MARY DONNELLAN of N/R

    Thomas JACKSON Velvet Weaver & Mary DONNELLAN by publication

     

    1751 Jun 9

    Baptism of JUDITH CAVANAGH of N/R

    Father Charles CAVANAGH & Mary Sponsor: Thomas ELLIOT & Mary JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    ELLIS or ELLIOT

    1751 Jun 9

    Baptism of JUDITH CAVANAGH of N/R

    Father Charles CAVANAGH & Mary Sponsor: Thomas ELLIS & Mary JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    ELLIS or ELLIOT

    1754 Apr 15

    Baptism of PHILIPE CARPENTER of N/R

    Father Patrick CARPENTER

    Mother: Catherine

    Sponsors: Andrew CARBURY & Cicely JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1755 Jul 6

    Marriage of WILLM JACKSON of N/R and MARY ATKINS of N/R

    Willm Jackson gent and Mary Atkins widow.

     

    1761 Oct 28

    Marriage of WILLIAM MAGENNIS of N/R and MARY GOFF of N/R

    WITNESS: Darby ROURKE, Joseph NARY. Anne NARY & James JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1763 Apr 3

    Baptism of ELIZABETH JACKSON of N/R

    Parents: Thomas & Mary JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1763 Apr 3

    Baptism of ELIZABETH JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Thomas JACKSON & Mary. Sponsors: John FAREELL & Esther McDONAGH

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1763 Apr 3

    Baptism of ELIZABETH JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Thomas JACKSON & Mary. Sponsors: John FAREELL & Esther McDONAGH

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1764 Jan 22

    Baptism of EDWARD KERNS of N/R

    Parents: Pat KERNS & Anne JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1764 Jan 22

    Baptism of EDWARD KERNS of N/R

    Parents: Pat KERNS & Anne JACKSON

    Sponsor William BLONG & Elizabeth RAFERTY

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1764 Dec 16

    Baptism of HUGH MULLONE of N/R

    Father: Farrell MULLONE

    Mother: Elizabeth LANDMAN.

    Sponsors: Patrick FULLARD & Anne JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1765 Jan 22

    Baptism of THOS FAIRWOOD of N/R

    Father: Luke FAIRWOOD; mother Margaret JACKSON. Sponsor: Richard DERRINE & Catherine DONALLY

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1765 May 28

    Baptism of ANNE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Michael JACKSON & Mary BRADY. Sponsor Garrett WALSH & Mary SUTTON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1766 Sep 27

    Baptism of MICHL DARBY of N/R

    Parents: Bryan DARBY & Catherine JACKSON. Sponsors: John WARD & Catherine IVERS

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1767 Dec 25

    Baptism of MARY ANNE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Matthew JACKSON & Mary GRANT. Sponsor: Catherine SHEA

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1768 Jan 31

    Baptism of JANE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Michael JACKSON & Catherine. Sponsor: Michael McCORMICK & Rose DOWDALL

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1768 May 26

    Baptism of JAMES BRADIGAN of N/R

    Father: Patrick BRADIGAN

    Mother: Margaret

    Sponsors: Michael JACKSON & Allice MAGLOUGHLIN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1768 Nov 6

    Baptism of CATHERINE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Andrew JACKSON & Serah. Sponsor: Thomas CONNELLY & Catherine EWENS

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1770 Feb 25

    Baptism of MICHAEL JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Andrew JACKSON & Serah. Sponsor: Michael CARNEY & Mary FITZPATRICK

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1772 Dec 24

    Baptism of THOS SEGRAVE of N/R

    Father: James SEAGRAVE

    Sponsors: James LOGAN & Mary JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1773 Aug 3

    Baptism of BARTLE JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Andrew JACKSON & Serah. Sponsor: Brigid McMANUS

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1774 Nov 20

    Marriage of JOHN DEVEREUX of N/R and HONOR MC CAN of N/R

    Witness: Isaac EADES & William JACKSON & Sarah LAURENCE & Jane LAURENCE

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1775 Apr 13

    Baptism of ESTHER JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of Andrew JACKSON & Serah. Sponsor Mary McMANUS

    St. Michan’s RC.

    Serah aka Sarah?

    1775 Sep 2

    Baptism of WILL GINSELAH of N/R

    Father Bryan GINSELAH

    Mother: Mary

    Sponsors: Bartle JACKSON & Monica MARWARIN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1776 Feb 25

    Baptism of CATH MC MANUS of N/R

    Father: Hugh McMANUS

    Mother: Margaret

    Sponsors: Bartle JACKSON & Judith KEEGAN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1777 Jul 29

    Baptism of WILL JACKSON of N/R

    Son of Andrew JACKSON & Sarah. Sponsor: Henry COOPER & Catherine MANNING

    St. Michan’s RC.

    Otherwise Serah.

    1778 Feb 19

    Baptism of MATHIAS KELLY of N/R

    Father: Jeremy KELLY

    Mother: Bridget

    Sponsors: Francis JACKSON & Mary KIRWAN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1781 Feb 6

    Baptism of PAT MC DANIEL of N/R

    Father: John McDANIEL

    Mother: Mary

    Sponsors: Edward DUFF & Margaret JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1781 Jul 29

    Baptism of MARY MANNING of N/R

    Father: Patrick MANNING

    Mother: Margaret

    Sponsors: William JACKSON & Eleanor REILLY

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1782 Feb 11

    Baptism of WILLIAM HILL of N/R

    Father: Christopher HILL

    Mother: Bridget

    Sponsors: Pat LACY & Mary JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1782 Aug 18

    Baptism of EDWARD MOORE of N/R

    Father: James MOORE

    Mother: Mary

    Sponsors: Peter MYLER & Margaret JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1782 Aug 19

    Marriage of JAMES MC ANNALLY of N/R and JANE JACKSON of N/R

    WITNESS: Thomas FAGAN & John KENNEDY

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1783 Sep 29

    Baptism of CATHARINE JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of James JACKSON & Ann REDMONDS. Sponsor: James McLOUGHLIN & Catherine CONNOR

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1783 Nov 2

    Marriage of THOMAS DOOLING of N/R and MARGARET JACKSON of N/R

    WITNESS: John BROPY & Catherine DUNGAN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1784 May 29

    Marriage of THOMS JACKSON of SPINANS COUNTY WICKLOW and MARY SOXSMITH of N/R

    Thomas JACKSON of Spinians, Co. Wicklow gent to Mary SOXSMITH widow by licence p. Revd Robt Law.

    Thomas JACKSON was a son of James and Anne JACKSON of Spinians. Mary’s 1st husband was Thomas SAXSMITH. SOURCE: ROD: 356-451-241408

    1784 Jun 5

    Thomas JACKSON of [Kittle?] Co Wicklow Grazier of the 1st pt;  Mary SAXSMITH of City of Dublin widow of Thomas SAXMITH late of the same City deceased, grocer.

    Thomas was the brother of the James JACKSON of Spinans who married Rachel NEEDHAM in 1769. SOURCE: Monumental Inscriptions from St. Marys Church, Crumlin, Co. Dublin

    1784 Aug 8

    Marriage of JAMES JACKSON of N/R and MARY BRAGDAL of N/R

    Father: Mathew BRAGDAL. Witness: Mathew BRAGDAL, Jane EAGAN & Ann REILLY

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1785 May 8

    Baptism of ROBERT JACKSON of N/R

    Son of James JACKSON & Mary BRAGDELL. Sponsor: James FERALL & Rose BOYLAN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1785 Jun 12

    Baptism of JOHN SWEETMAN of N/R

    Father: Nicholas SWEETMAN

    Mother: Mary MEALLY

    Sponsors: John JACKSON & Mary HEFFERIN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1786 Mar 19

    Baptism of PATRICK JACKSON of N/R

    Son of John JACKSON & Margaret CRANNIE. Sponsors: Brian KELLY & Margaret MAHER

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1787 Jan 14

    Marriage of THOMAS W?TY of N/R and DOROTHY JACKSON of N/R

    WITNESS: Henry ROCHE & Elizabeth

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1787 Mar 4

    Baptism of DENNIS MC ALISTER of N/R

    Father: Joseph McALISTER

    Mother: Margaret FITZPATRICK

    Sponsor: Randal McALISTER & Ann JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1787 Mar 4

    Baptism of MARY JACKSON of N/R

    Daughter of James JACKSON & Mary BRAGDEL. Sponsor Charles GILCHRIST & Mary BRAGDELL

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1787 Apr 9

    Marriage of MICHAEL JACKSON of N/R and CATHARINE STOKES of N/R

    WITNESS: Charles O, NEIL & Catherine DOGHERTY

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1788 Jul 31

    Baptism of JAMES JACKSON of N/R

    Son of James JACKSON & Mary BRAGDEL. Sponsor Mathew BRAGDEL & Rose JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1788 Dec 27

    Baptism of MARY GILSHENAN of N/R

    Thomas GILSHENAN & Ann JACKSON. Sponsors: John COFFY & Catherine MASTERTON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1789 Apr 5

    Baptism of RICHARD WHARETY of N/R

    Parents: Thomas WHARETY & Dorothy JACKSON. Sponsors: Richard MALT & Rebecca BRENNAN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1790 Jan 27

    Baptism of JOHN JACKSON of N/R

    Son of James JACKSON & Mary BRAGDEL. Sponsor: John EAGAN & Mary BRAGDEL

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1790 Feb 14

    Marriage of CHARLES O NEILL of N/R and SARAH ROBINSON of N/R

    WITNESS: John NISEL & Catherine JACKSON & Margaret CANNON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1790 Mar 14

    Baptism of DANIEL MATHEWS of N/R

    Father: Hugh MATHEWS

    Mother: Margaret McGAWLEY

    Sponsors: Thomas BOYLAN & Margaret JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1791 Mar 11

    Baptism of BRYAN MATHEWS of N/R

    Father; Hugh MATHEWS

    Mother: Margaret McGAWLEY

    Sponsors: Michael JACKSON & Mary GILSENAN

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1791 Mar 20

    Baptism of PATRICK PENDERGAST of N/R

    Father: Patrick PENDERGRASS

    Mother: Hariot FIGSBY

    Sponsor: Mathew JACKSON & Elizabeth FOWLES

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1793 Apr 30

    Baptism of ELEANOR HODGENS of N/R

    Father: Michael HODGENS

    Mother: Sarah

    Sponsors: Francis DOYLE & Elizabeth JACKSON

    St. Michan’s RC.

    1795

    Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795)

    An unmarked grave.

    His large public funeral, organised by Rowan's law agent, Edward Crookshank Keane (the radical attorney to whom Lewines was apprenticed), ended with his interment at St Michan's burial ground, Church Street, Dublin. SOURCE: DIB.

    He is mentioned in many of my blogs:

    Dead Ends Blog #1

    Documents related to the ancestry of Rev. William JACKSON.

    Rev. William JACKSON and his GORE family ancestry.

    The wives of Rev. William JACKSON.

    Hyde's Coffee Shop.

    NOTE: His burial may not have been recorded because his death was the result of suicide.

     

     

     

    O’NEILE and O’NEALEs mentioned in  St. Michan’s Church Register.

    Date

    St. Michans Record -page #

    Notes in record

    My notes

    1639 Jan 24

    2

    Bryan oNEALE sonne of Bryan oNEALE

     

    1640 Aug 25

    4

    Margaret oNEALE daughter of Bryan oNEALE

    There are several JACKSONs on the same page

    1641 Aug 20

    6

    John NEALE sonne of Bryan oNEALE

     

    1641 Aug 16

    23

    BURIAL Danniell O’NEAILE, poore

     

     

    141

    Henry son of Hugh O’NEALE, gent, & Anne his wife

     

    1684Jun 22

    150

    Ellinor dau, of Hugh NEAL, gent

    There are more NEALE entries.

    1685 Nov 15

    156

    Arthur, son of Hugh O’NEILE, Gent & Anne his wife.

     

    1676 Sep 4

    213

    BURIAL: Neale son of Bryan ONEIL, coachman, and Elizabeth his wife

     

    1680 May 18

    233

    BURIAL: Elizabeth, wife of Bryan O’NEALE, coachman

     

    1686 Jan 23

    279

    BURIAL: Arthur son of Hugh O’NEALE, gent, and his wife Anne

     

    1691 Sep 14

    303

    Arthur & Thomas, twins, sons of Bryan O’NEILE, sawyer & Frances his wife

     

    1691 Jul 23

    303

    BAPTISM: William, son of Hugh NEALE & Elizabeth his wife

    There are more NEALE entries.

    1686 Sep 1

    360

    BURIAL: Neale son of Bryan O’NEILE, coachman & Catherine his wife

     

    1687

    371

    BURIAL: Bryan CONNOR, trooper of Sir Neile O’NEILE’s troop

     

    1688 Dec 8

    377

    BURIAL: Danniel O’NEILE, soldier in Capt. FARELs Company

     

     

    387

    Hugh O’NEILE

    I could not see it here

    1696 Aug 2

    421

    BURIAL: Nicholas, son of Hugh O’NEILE, huxter & Elizabeth his wife

    A huxter was a peddler.  

     

    As part of my quest to find the ancestry of Rev. William JACKSON, his step-grandfather John SALE may be key, so I noted the incidence of SALLE family members as well. See also Rev. William’s step-uncle: Constitort COURT: Register Edward SALE Esq. J.U. D. Bride Street. 1736 Vol 8 Gentleman and Citizens Almanac p66)

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    Date

    p#

    Name

    Notes in St. Michans Record

    1641 Dec 5

    24

    SALE (SAYLE) Alson

    BURIAL: Alson SALE daughter of James SALE

    1641 Dec 5

    24

    SALE (SAYLE) James

    BURIAL: Alson SALE daughter of James SALE

    1643 Jun 22

    29

    SALE (SAYLE) Joanne

    BURIAL: Joane daughter of Thomas SALE

    1643 Jun 22

    29

    SALE (SAYLE) Thomas

    BURIAL: Joane daughter of Thomas SALE

    1654 Jan 27

    14

    SALE (SAYLE) Mary

    BURIAL: Mary SALE, daughter of Thomas and Mary SALE buried

    1654 Jan 27

    14

    SALE (SAYLE) Thomas

    BURIAL: Mary SALE, daughter of Thomas and Mary SALE buried

    1669 Aug 15

    158

    SALE (SAYLE) Alse

    Thomas OWEN and Alse SAYLE married per banes

    1684 Jun 17

    56

    Eleanor SALL

    Elinore SALL was buried June 17 1684

     

     

     

 

 

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