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This family starts in Nottinghamshire, and has descendants in Derbyshire, Chester, Northumberland and also Co. Cork & Co. Monaghan. Their family crest was mentioned in A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland: Jacksons of Barton. Arms: Gules a fess between three sheldrakes argent. Crest: A sheldrake rising proper. Seat: Barton Hall, Preston, co. Lancaster. NOTE: There hints at connections with some of these Irish JACKSONs (and there are several more):

·         Jackson (Richard Jackson, Esq., of Preston, co. Lancaster; the representative of a family originally of co. Chester). Ar. on a chev. sa. betw. as many falcons' heads erased az. three cinquefoils pierced of the field. Crest—A falcon's head. Motto—Malo mori quam fcedari.(translated: Death rather than disgrace. NOTE: This motto is close in meaning to the arms of one of “my” JACKSONs, Sir Thomas JACKSON (1841-1915) of Urker, Crossmaglen, C. Armagh. It also had three birds: Aut Mors aut Vitoria (Either death or victory).

·         The same motto appears here: Jackson – (Beech Hill, County Surrey, Bart, extinct). A fest between three shovellers, tufted on the head and breast ar. each charged with a trefoil slipped vert. Crest: A shoveler as in the arms. Motto over: Innocentiae securas. Motto: Malo mori quam foedari[1]. SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine.

·         Jackson – (Forkill, County Armagh). Gu three shovellers tufted on the head and breast ar each charged with a trefoil vert. Crest: A shoveller as in the arms. Motto: Malo mori quam feodori. SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine & Kirkby Lonsdale.

See also:

·         JACKSON Pewterers in London In the 1400s-1800s, Jacksons were active as pewterers in London. This table is quite revealing when it comes to seeing how active. Many of them link to the JACKSONs of Derbyshire.

·         JACKSONs in the London Rolls. There are several Nottinghamshire JACKSONs in the Clothworkers Guild as well as a 1699 record of a William JACKSON of East Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire who was the father of apprentice Robert JACKSON. His master was a Goldsmith, John JACKSON, Goldsmith.Records of London's Livery Companies Online.

·         There are photos of three JACKSON graves at – East Bridgeford History Group, but I do not have these people in this tree.

·         FindmyPast has 14 baptisms for JACKSONs of East Bridgeford.

Updated: December 10, 2021. Footnote #12. Will added thanks to Jan Waugh.

 


St. Peters Church, East Bridgeford. SOURCE: Family Search.

NOTE: This tree was made possible thanks to some long-term dogged research by Jan Waugh. It would not have been possible without her contributions.

1-Michael JACKSON[2] b. Abt 1560, of East Briggeford or Bridgeford[3], Co. Nottinghamshire, England

 + Frances POOLE[4] b. of Spreston, Co. Nottinghamshire, England

|--2-William JACKSON[5] b. Bef 1600, d. 27 Feb 1661

|  |--3-Rev William JACKSON[6] b. Abt 1620, of East Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire, England, d. 27 Feb 1662, of Screveton, Co. Nottinghamshire, England

|      + Dorothy THOROTON[7]

|     |--4- Unnamed male JACKSON[8].

|     |--4- Unnamed male JACKSON[9].

|     |--4- Unnamed male JACKSON[10].

|     |--4- Unnamed male JACKSON[11].

|--2-Rev. Roger JACKSON[12] b. Abt 1600

|   + Sancta HANSON[13] m. 28 Sep 1626, Repton, par. HANSON and Unknown

|  |--3-Unnamed male JACKSON[14] b. Between 1626 and 1645

|  |--3-William JACKSON[15] b. Between 1626 and 1645

|  |--3-Rev. John JACKSON [16]b. Abt 1634, Sutton on the Hill, Derbyshire, England d. 1692, Bur. 13 Aug 1692, Etwall, Co Derby, England

|  |--3-Dr. George JACKSON[17] b. 1646-1647, of Derby, d. 28 May 1699, of Derby, Bur. St. Peters, Derby. England

|      + Anne ADSHEAD[18], par. Thomas ADSHEAD[19] and Dorothy HURT[20]

|     |--4-Dr. Roger JACKSON[21] d. After 1719, of Ashburne, Derbyshire, England

|     |--4-Dorothy JACKSON [22]d. After 1719

|     |--4-Anne JACKSON [23]d. After 1719

|     |--4-Rev. George JACKSON [24]b. 1682, c. 25 Jan 1682, St. Peter's Church, Derby, Derbyshire, England, d. 1719, of Leek, Co. Staffordshire, England

|     |   + Joyce HOLLINS[25]

|     |--4-Simon JACKSON[26] b. 1691

|         + Mary POOLE[27] m. 1721, par. POOLE and Unknown

|        |--5-Simon JACKSON[28] b. 1728, d. 1808

|            + Anne FITZHERBERT[29] m. 1749, par. Richard FITZHERBERT and Margaret

SHALLCROSS

|           |--6-Anne JACKSON[30]

|           |--6-Frances Margaret JACKSON[31] d. 1842

|           |--6-Martha Elizabetha JACKSON[32]

|           |--6-Letitia JACKSON[33]

|           |--6-Isabella JACKSON[34]

|           |--6-Simon JACKSON[35] b. Between 1749 and 1752

|           |--6-Rev. Roger JACKSON[36] b. 9 Jul 1753

|           |   + Frances GIBSON[37] m. 19 Mar 1777, d. Bef 1801, par. Rev John GIBSON and Unknown

|           |  |--7-John JACKSON[38] d. 1799

|           |  |--7-Rev. Roger JACKSON[39]

|           |  |--7-Capt Shallcross JACKSON[40] d. of Newtown Bank, Co. Chester, England

|           |  |   + Frances COOK[41] b. of Newton Hall, Northumberland, par. Rev. Joseph COOK and Unknown

|           |  |  |--8-Shallcross Fitzherbert JACKSON[42] d. 1821

|           |  |  |--8-Waldrington JACKSON[43] d. 1845

|           |  |  |--8-Shallcross Fitzherbert JACKSON[44] d. After 1856

|           |  |  |--8-Elizabeth JACKSON[45]

|           |  |  |   + James Hugh Smith BARRY[46] Esq d. Bef 1871, of Marbury, Co. Chester and Foaty Co. Cork

|           |  |  |   + Lord George WARREN[47] m. 26 Jan 1871

|           |  |  |--8-Frances Isabel JACKSON[48]

|           |  |      + Charles William ORDE[49] Esq m. 7 Jul 1853, d. of Nunykirk, Northumberland, England

|           |  |--7-Frances JACKSON [50]d. 1837

|           |  |--7-George JACKSON[51] b. 1783, d. 14 Mar 1846

|           |      + Charlotte GIBSON[52] b. of Quernmore Park, Lancashire, England, m. 1813, par. Charles GIBSON Esq. and Charlotte WILSON

|           |     |--8-George JACKSON[53] d. 1831

|           |     |--8-Simon Fitzherbert JACKSON[54] d. Jan 1871

|           |     |--8-John JACKSON[55] d. Oct 1868

|           |     |--8-Roger JACKSON[56] d. 1853

|           |     |--8-Henry JACKSON[57] d. 1839

|           |     |--8-Rev. Edward JACKSON[58] d. Jul 1870

|           |     |--8-Rev. William Shallcross JACKSON[59] d. Jul 1870

|           |     |--8-Charlotte Anne JACKSON[60] d. 1839

|           |     |--8-Frances JACKSON[61] d. 1851

|           |     |   + John RICHARDSON[62] d. of Poplar Vale, Co. Monaghan, Ireland

|           |     |--8-Mary Isabella JACKSON[63] d. 1841

|           |     |--8-Maria Margaretta JACKSON[64] d. 1870

|           |     |   + Capt. Osborne Nathaniel Henry BARWELL[65]

|           |     |--8-Charles Roger JACKSON[66] b. 29 Nov 1817, d. of Barton

|           |         + Catherine GRENEHALGH[67] m. 16 Jun 1846, par. Henry GRENEHALGH and Unknown

|           |   + Mary Anton JOHNSON[68] m. 27 May 1801, d. of Wallasey, Co. Chester

|           |--6-Rev. Shallcross JACKSON[69] b. 1757, d. 1821

|--2-George JACKSON[70] b. After 1600, d. of London

|--2-John JACKSON [71]b. After 1601, d. of Burton Forz

 



[1] "I prefer to die than to be dishonored" Motto: "Malo Mori Quam Foedari" Translation: "Death rather than disgrace"

[2] Michael JACKSON (1560-?)

·         Michael JACKSON was the first entry in the Lineage of the JACKSONs of BARTON as described in A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

Jacksons of Barton

Arms: Gules a fess between three sheldrakes argent

Crest: A sheldrake rising proper

Seat: Barton Hall, Preston, co. Lancaster

·         NOTE: I am taking a wild guess at his birth date based on the ages of his sons.

[3] East Briggeford or Bridgeford, Co. Nottinghamshire

·         Because of the location and the way that certain forenames echo in the JACKSONs of Northamptonshire, I suspect that Rev. Roger JACKSON was a relation. SOURCE: St. Peters Church East Bridgeford Incumbents. Roger JACKSON 1557 Patron Magdalen College Oxford.

[4] Frances POOLE

·         NOTE: In A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton she was referred to as "Francis" but I suspect that "Frances" was more likely

[5] William JACKSON (bef1600-1661)

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton.

[6] Rev. William JACKSON (abt 1620-1662

·         A William JACKSON was baptised at St. Peters, East Bridgeford  21 Jan 1721. SOURCE: FindmyPast.

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland . JACKSONS of Barton "William whose only child William, Parson of Screveton co Notts (described by Dr. Thoroton in his "Antiquities of the county of Notts" as a man of great worth) d 27 Feb 1661"

·         JACKSONs of Christs College (TABLE on Silver Bowl). p463: Jackson, William : admitted as Jacson : son of William : born at East Bridge- ford, Notts. School : Newark, under Mr Poynton. Admitted at Jesus 13 May 1638 : at Christ's as sizar under Mr Siddall, but under Mr More as surety (sponsor) 21 Sept. 1639. Age 18. [This is the first recorded case of such division of labour '97 common at other colleges.] B.A. 1641/2; M.A. 1645. Kinsman to the two Rogers of East Bridgeford (1584 and 1615). Probably rector of Screveton, near Newark: married Dorothy Thoroton (aunt of the historian) by whom he had four sons. Died there 27 Feb. 1661/2, "leaving but few equals for prudence, piety and learning" (Thoroton). See Thoroton-Throsby, 1. 297.

[7] Dorothy THOROTON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton.

[8] Unnamed male JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton. NOTE: Four sons were mentioned, but not named.

[9] Unnamed male JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton. NOTE: Four sons were mentioned, but not named.

[10] Unnamed male JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton. NOTE: Four sons were mentioned, but not named.

[11] Unnamed male JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton. NOTE: Four sons were mentioned, but not named.

[12] Rev. Roger JACKSON ((abt 1600-?)

·         JACKSONs of Christs College (TABLE on Silver Bowl). p307: Jackson,. Roger. Mat siz 1615; BA 1618-9 MA 1622. Probably second son of Michael JACKSON of East Bridgford, Notts and of Frances POOLE. Married Sancta HANSON sister of John HANSON of London. Had four sons: John (1650) George (1663) and William; also nephew William (1639). It does not appear whether he was related to Roger of 1584.Jackson, Roger: mat. siz. 1615 Dec: B.A. 161f; M.A. 1622. Probably second son of Mich. Jackson of East Bridgford, Notts., and of Frances Poole. Ordained priest, Lichfield, 1622/3 May. One of these names vicar of Sutton on the Hill, Derbs. 11 Feb. 1622/3. One was rector of Dalbury in 1650'97 gone 1652. Married Sancta, sister of John Hanson of London. Probably he was the parson of Langford, Derbs. (? Langford St Bart., now held with Holme St Giles, Notts.) instituted 6 Aug. 1662. Had four sons of whom two were at Christ's, John (1650) and George (1663), and one, William, at Jesus: also a nephew, William, at Christ's 1639. It does not appear whether he was related to Roger of 1584.

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton.

·         JACKSONs of UK: Probates Table on Silver Bowl site. Probate of his will. 09 March 1671. (Names mentioned: 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.  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.

·         Probate: In the name of God Amen. I Roger Jackson of Langford in the County of Derby clerk do ordain and make this my last will and testament as follows. First, I bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God my faithful Creator and Redeemer. And my body to the Earth in both waiting for the promised mercies of God in Christ unto eternal life. Item, I give and bequeath to my son Roger one piece of broad gold, my ring, my silver tankard and the two silver spoons. Item, I give unto my daughter Elizabeth the ring that was late mothers and one piece of broad gold. Item, I give unto my son John one piece of broad gold. To his wife one ring. To his son Roger six pounds six shillings eight pence. And to his other four children five pounds apiece the whole to be paid unto my said son's hands for his children's use. Item, I give to my son William one broad piece of gold, the ring of Spain, Hobbes Bible, another in quarto of plantins print. Item, I give to the four younger children of my daughter Morley twenty-six pounds six shillings eight pence to be employed for their benefit in such manner as my Executors shall think fit. Item, I give unto my son George fifty pounds gold, my books of physic and surgery and my watch. Item, I give unto my daughter Marah two hundred pounds in her brother Rogers hands and one ring. Item, I give unto my above-named sons John and William all of my books not above bequeathed with confidence they will give unto their sister such English books as may be set for them. Item, I give unto my servants Walter Hudson three pounds six shillings eight pence. Mary Baker thirty-three shillings four pence. Edward Baker twenty shillings. Item, I give to William Awt six shillings eight pence. John Merriman three shillings four pence. Item, I give to the poor of the Parish of Sutton thirty shillings. To the poor of the Parish of Dalbury twenty shillings. To the poor of the Parish of East Bridgford forty shillings. To the poor of the Parish of Langford three pounds. To the poor of the Parish of Repton forty shillings. All to be distributed in such manner as one or both of my Executors shall direct or appoint. Item, my will is that each of my daughters and daughter in law shall have one bedstead with one feather bed, one bolster, two pillows, one ring or counterpane valence and curtains, two pair of sheets, five pillowberes, one tablecloth, one long towel and twelve napkins my daughter Marah being my housekeeper to have the first chair, the others according to their seniority. And my will is that one of the beds remaining where convenient, furniture, one shorter tablecloth and six napkins be given Sancta Morley and deposited with one of her Aunts for her use. And, my will is that the remainder of my estate not above bequeathed be disposed one half to my Executors and the other half to the use and benefit of my son George and daughter Marah by equal proportions, my debts being paid and funeral expenses defrayed. And, I do make and constitute my sons Roger and John above named Executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have signed, sealed and published these presents to be my last will and testament this third day of September in the year of Our Lord God one thousand six hundred and seventy (1670). Roger Jackson. Signed, sealed and published in the presence of Walter Hudson, Mary Baker, the mark of Margaret Pickering.
Probate. (Latin) This will was proved at London 9 Mar 1671 ... by the oath of Roger Jackson and John Jackson sons of the deceased and Executors named in the said will
...
Notes
Roger Jackson NM1597~ - testator ; clerk of Langford, Derbyshire ; will 1670, pr 1671
(Sancta (Hanson) Jackson) - deceased wife of testator ; d. bef 1670 ; mar 1626
Roger Jackson DY1649 - son of testator ; Executor ; 1693 will
4 children - grandchildren of testator ; children of Roger Jackson jr.
Elizabeth Jackson DY1636 - daughter of testator

·         There is a Dec 14, 1684 burial for a Roger JACKSON at East Bridgford. SOURCE: FindmyPast.

[14] Unnamed male JACKSON (btw 1626-1645 - ?)

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONs of Barton.

[15] William JACKSON

[16] Rev. John JACKSON

·         JACKSONs of Christs College (TABLE on Silver Bowl). Jackson, George; son of Roger Jackson, clerk and Sancta HANSON '96 perhaps b. At Sutton-on-the-Hill as was his brother John (1650); of Derbs. Admitted May 12 1663 age 16 (born 1647). MD of Derby. Married Anne ADSHEAD daughter of Thomas ADSHEAD of Milwick near Stone by whom he had 3 sons & 2 daughters. Died May 28, 1699 age 52. Buried at St. Peters Derby.Jackson, George : son of Roger : of Derbs. School : Repton, under Mr Ullock. Admitted sizar under Mr Pepper 12 May 1663. Age 16. B.A. (Jacson) 1666 Mids. ; M.A. 1670; M.D. 1677. Born 1646, son of Roger Jackson, clerk (admitted 1615) and of Sancta Hanson: perhaps born at Sutton-on-the-Hill, as was his brother John (1650). M.D. of Derby. Inherited the estates of his uncle John Hanson of London. Married Anne, daughter of Tho. Adshead of Milwick near Stone : by whom he had three sons and two daughters. Died 28 May 1699 aged 52 : buried at St Peter's, Derby. (Foster, Lanes, pedigrees : Burke, L.G. 620.)

·         JACKSONs of Christs College (TABLE on Silver Bowl).  p 534: Jackson, John: son of Roger: born at Sutton-on-the-Hill, Derbs. "ut ait ipse " [adds the doubtful praelector, Will. Owtram]. School : Repton, under Mr Ullock. Admitted pensioner under M'' Ball 9 May 1650. Age 16. B.A. 1653/4; M.A. 1658. Son of Roger (mat. 1615) vicar of Sutton. Master of Etwall Hospital 1657-91. Instituted vicar of Etwall 18 Aug. 1662, presented by Sir Sam. Sleigh : but acted from the death of John Jennings, Aug. 1657. Buried at Etwall 13 Aug. 1692 (Cox, Derbs. Churches, 3. 163).

[17] Dr. George JACKSON (1646-1699)

·         Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Vol III. Thanks to Jan Waugh. Email 2021 Aug 30 NOTE: His arms included a Sheldrake.

·         JACKSONs of Christs College (TABLE on Silver Bowl)Jackson, George; son of Roger Jackson, clerk and Sancta HANSON '96 perhaps b. At Sutton-on-the-Hill as was his brother John (1650); of Derbs. Admitted May 12 1663 age 16 (born 1647). MD of Derby. Married Anne ADSHEAD daughter of Thomas ADSHEAD of Milwick near Stone by whom he had 3 sons & 2 daughters. Died May 28, 1699 age 52. Buried at St. Peters Derby.Jackson, George : son of Roger : of Derbs. School : Repton, under Mr Ullock. Admitted sizar under Mr Pepper 12 May 1663. Age 16. B.A. (Jacson) 1666 Mids. ; M.A. 1670; M.D. 1677. Born 1646, son of Roger Jackson, clerk (admitted 1615) and of Sancta Hanson: perhaps born at Sutton-on-the-Hill, as was his brother John (1650). M.D. of Derby. Inherited the estates of his uncle John Hanson of London. Married Anne, daughter of Tho. Adshead of Milwick near Stone : by whom he had three sons and two daughters. Died 28 May 1699 aged 52 : buried at St Peter's, Derby. (Foster, Lanes, pedigrees : Burke, L.G. 620.)

[18] Anne ADSHEAD

[19] Thomas ADSHEAD

·         Old Ashbourne Families. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Vol III

[20] Dorothy HURT

·         Old Ashbourne Families. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Vol III

[21] Dr. Roger JACKSON (?-aft 1719)

·         He is mentioned in the will of his brother. Death date imputed to be after 1719 based on the date of the will of his brother George JACKSON.

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[22] Dorothy JACKSON

·         Mentioned in her brother George’s will.

[23] Anne JACKSON

Mentioned in her brother George’s will.

[24] Rev. George JACKSON (1682-1719)

·         Georgius, son of Georgi and Annae Jackson chr 25 Jan 1682 St Peter's Church, Derby, Derbyshire  LDS

·         1699 Jesus College, Cambridge Univ., BA, MA

·         Alumni Cantabrigienses A Biographical List of all Known Students, Graduates and Holders of Office at the University of Cambridge, From the Earliest Times to 1900 Part I from the Earliest Times to 1751 Volume II Dabbs-Juxton. George Jacson.  Adm. pens, at Jesus (College), June 30, 1699. S. of George (1663), M.D., of Derby. B. 1682. Matric. 1699; Scholar, 1699 ; B.A. 1702-3 ; M.A. 1706. Ord. deacon (London) May 19, 1706. Perhaps preb. of St Paul's, 1712-9. V. of Leek, Staffs., 1713-9. Died 1719. Brother of Roger (1705).

·         1706 Deacon, London perhaps 1712-9 Prebendary, St. Paul's 1713-9 Vicar, Leek, Stafford

·         The Clergy of the Church of England Database George Jackson, M.A. ; Admission 9 Nov 1713, vicar of Leek, Staffordshire ; Jurisdiction of John Hough of Coventry & Lichfield.Patron, Rowland Okeover, armiger

·         WILL [Transcription and notes thanks to Jan Waugh. Email Oct 12, 2016.] In the name of God Amen.  The twenty fifth day of August in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and nineteen.  I George Jacson of Leek in the County of Stafford, clerk, being sick in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory (thanks be to God for the same) do make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and forme following.  And first I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator hoping through the meritts of Christ Jesus my Savior to receive free pardon and remission of all my sins.  And my body I commit to the Earth to be decently buried att the discretion of my Executor herein after named.  And as touching such worldly estate as God hath been pleased to bless me with I do dispose of the same as followeth. Impris whereas I am now seized of the Mannor of Allwoodley als. Allingley in the County of York and of several messuages, farmes, tenements, lands and hereditaments to the same belonging and also of the moyety or one half of several other messuages, farmes or tenements scituate, standing, lying and being within the Mannor or Lordshipp of Chilworthy in the County of Sommersett and of severall lands and hereditaments thereunto also belonging which Mannor, messuages, lands and premisses came to me by descent from George Jackson, doctor of phisick, my late father deceased.  Now my mind and will is and I do hereby give and bequeath the aforesaid Mannor of Allwoodley als Allingley and all my messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments whatsoever with their and every of their appurtenances scituate and being in the mannor aforesaid or elsewhere in the said County of York as also all that my moyety or one half of the aforesaid messuages, lands and premisses with their and every of their appurtenances scituate and being at Chilworthy aforesaid or elsewhere in the said County of Sommersett unto my loving brother Roger Jacson of Ashburne in the County of Derby, batchellor of phisick, his heirs and assignes to the use and behoof of the said Roger Jacson, his heirs and assignes forever in trust nevertheless and to the intent and purpose that he the said Roger Jacson, his heirs and assignes do and shall forthwith after my decease or so soon after as he or they conveniently can sell and dispose of the freehold and inheritance of the said mannor, messuages, lands and premisses in the Countys of York and Somersett aforesaid or such part thereof as he or they shall think fitt and do and shall dispose of, pay and apply the moneys ariseing thereby in manner and forme following (that is to say).  First of all my mind and will is that all such debts as I shall happen to owe at the time of my decease to any person or persons whatsoever either in law or conscience be honestly and justly paid and satisfied out of the moneys ariseing by such sale as aforesaid.  Item whereas my dear wife Joyce Jacson had at the time of our inter marriage the sume of one thousand pounds, six hundred pounds part thereof being already paid into me and the remaining four hundred pounds secured to be paid unto her by her brother William Hollins, gent. at such days and times and in such manner and forme as in the marriage settlement of the said Mr. William Hollins is menconed and expressed.  Now I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said loveing wife Joyce Jacson the sume of fifteen hundred pounds of lawfull money of Great Britain.  But my mind and will is that the aforesaid sume of four hundred pounds so as aforesaid to be paid by her said brother shall be received, took and accounted as part of the said fifteen hundred pounds and that the sume of eleven hundred pounds remaining part of the said fifteen hundred pounds be paid unto her by my said brother Roger Jacson out of the overplus money ariseing by such sale of my Yorkshire and Somersettshire estates as aforesaid forthwith after my decease or so soon after as the same can be raised and in the mean time and untill the said moneys can be raised my mind and will is that the said Roger Jacson do pay unto my said loving wife out of the rents and profitts of the said estates as well lawfull interest for the said eleven hundred pounds untill the same can be paid unto her as aforesaid as also twenty pounds per annum from and imediately after my decease untill the said four hundred pounds so as aforesaid to be paid by her said brother Mr. William Hollins shall become due.  And my mind and will further is that the said twenty pounds per anno shall be raised and paid by the said Roger Jacson out of the rents and profitts of the said Yorkshire and Somersettshire estates or out of the overplus money ariseing by such sale and shall be paid unto her at two days of payment in the year (vizt) the twenty ninth day of September and the twenty fifth day of March by equall portons the first payment thereof to begin upon such of the said dayes as shall next happen after my decease.  Item I give and bequeath unto my said loveing wife one rose diamond ring and all my plate (except one silver coffee pot, one silver candle cupp and cover and one small silver candlestick).  Item I give and bequeath all my household goods of what sort or kind soever the same be (the plate as aforesaid only excepted) unto my said loveing wife Joyce Jacson and my loveing daughter Anne Jacson to be equally divided betwixt them and my mind and will further is that the said houshold goods shall be divided betwixt them by my Executor and that when the same shall be so divided my said loveing wife to have the first choice provided always and I do hereby will and devise that in case the said Joyce my wife, her Executors, admrs. and assignes and all other person and persons intrusted for her or them shall not within six months next after my decease release, make void and discharge all such articles, covenants and provisions, right and title of dower and all other her and their demands of, in and to my real and personal estate or either of them upon reasonable request in that behalf to be made (other than and except what the said Joyce my wife shall or may chance by virtue of the gifts and bequests hereby to her made) then the said Joyce my wife, her executor or administrators shall not have or take any benefitt by this my will.  Item I give and bequeath unto my said loveing daughter Anne Jacson all her own mothers wearing apparell and also the aforesaid silver coffee pott and candlestick together with twenty pounds to buy her mourning which legacies so as aforesaid given to my said daughter together with my fee farm rents in the County of Derby which are already settled upon her by deed I do hereby declare shall be in full of all her share and part of all my real and personal estate or either of them and I do hereby will and devise that my said brother Roger shall have the tuition and guardianshipp of my said daughter untill she shall attain to the age of one and twenty years or marry.  Item I give and bequeath unto my said brother Roger Jacson the sume of two hundred pounds of lawfull money of Great Britain together with the aforesaid silver candle cupp and cover.  Item I give and bequeath unto my loveing brother Symon Jacson the sume of fifty pounds of like money.  Item I give and bequeath unto my two sisters Dorothy and Anne the sume of twenty pounds apeice to buy mourning.  Item I give and bequeath unto my goddaughter Mary Redmall of Saffron Walden, spinster the like sume of twenty pounds.  Item I give and bequeath unto my late servt. Elizabeth Sherwin, spinster, the sume of five pounds and my mind and will further is that the aforesaid legacies was aforesaid given to my said brother Symon and to my said two sisters Dorothy and Anne and to the said Mary Redmall and Elizabeth Sherwin be paid unto them by my said brother Roger Jacson within six months next after my decease out of the overplus money ariseing by such sale of my Yorkshire and Somersetshire estates as aforesaid or so soon after as the same can be roused.  Item I doe hereby will and appoint that all such reasonable charges and expences as my Executor herein after named shall expend or be put unto in or about the execution of this my last will and testament shall be paid unto him out of the overplus money arriseing by such sale as aforesaid.  Item from and after all my debts, legacies and funerall expences are paid and discharged and my Executors charges reimbursed all the rest, residue and remainder of my goods, chattells and personal estate whatsoever and also all my manners, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments whatsoever in the Countys of Middlesex, Somersett and York or elsewhere in the kingdom (and which shall not be disposed of by my said brother Roger Jacson for payment of my debts and legacys as aforesaid) whereof or wherein I the said George Jacson or any other person or persons whatsoever in trust for me am or are seized or whereunto I or any other person or persons in trust for me am or are intituled of or for any estate of freehold, inheritance or terme for years either in law or equity in possession, revertion, remainder or expectancy.  I do hereby give, devise and bequeath the same and every part and parcell thereof unto the heirs males of the body of me the said George Jacson upon the body of the said Joyce my wife begotten or to be begotten and for want of such issue to the heirs female of the body of me the said George Jacson upon the body of the said Joyce my wife begotten or to be begotten and for default of such issue to my said loveing brother Roger Jacson, his heirs and assignes forever.  And I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint the said Roger Jacson my sole Executor of this my last will and testament not doubting but that he will see the same faithfully performed. And lastly I do hereby revoke and make void all and every will and wills heretofore by me made. In witness whereof I the said George Jacson have to this my last will and testament written in three sheets of paper put my hand and seale the day and year first within writen. (George Jacson)  Signed and sealed and by the said testator George Jacson.  Published and declared to be his last will and testament in presence of us who subscribed our names as witnesses at the request and in the presence of the said testator.  Charles Brassington, Isabell Statham, Wm Bostock. Probatum (Latin) ... 1 Feb 1719/20 ... Rogeri Jacson, Executoris ...

[25] Joyce HOLLINS

[26] Simon JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton. Simon Jacson, of Chester b. 1691 m. 1721 Mary sister of Rev Hugh Poole, rector of Bebington, co Chester and had, with a dau., a son and heir

[27] Mary POOLE

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton. Simon Jacson, of Chester b. 1691 m. 1721 Mary sister of Rev Hugh Poole, rector of Bebington, co Chester and had, with a dau., a son and heir

[29] Anne FITZHERBERT

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

[31] Frances Margaret JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

[32] Martha Elizabetha JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

[34] Isabella JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

[36] Rev. Roger JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

[39] Rev. Roger JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[40] Capt Shallcross JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[42] Shallcross Fitzherbert JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[43] Waldrington JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[44] Shallcross Fitzherbert JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[45] Elizabeth JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[46] James Hugh Smith BARRY

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

·         Death date imputed from the date of his wife's 2nd marriage.

[47] Lord George WARREN

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

·         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Warren,_2nd_Baron_de_Tabley NOTE: Elizabeth JACKSON is not mentioned in this bio.

[48] Frances Isabel JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[49] Charles William ORDE

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[50] Frances JACKSON

[51] George JACKSON (1783-1846)

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton.

·         The history of the parish of Preston in Amounderness in the county of Lancaster p 403: Barton School. This was built in 1848 as a monument to the memory of George Jacson of Barton, Esq.

[54] Simon Fitzherbert JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[58] Rev. Edward JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[59] Rev. William Shallcross JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[60] Charlotte Anne JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[63] Mary Isabella JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[64] Maria Margaretta JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[65] Capt. Osborne Nathaniel Henry BARWELL

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[66] Charles Roger JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[67] Catherine GRENEHALGH

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[68] Mary Anton JOHNSON

[69] Rev. Shallcross JACKSON (1757-1821)

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

[71] John JACKSON

·         A Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. JACKSONS of Barton

·         It is possible that he was a Vicar of Etwall, Co. Derby who died before the Reformation. SOURCE: The History and Antiquities of the Church and City Lichfield… Rev. Thomas Harwood.

 

 

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