Peter & Joanna JACKSON. Their descendants were at Fairy Hill Bray, Co. Wicklow, and also in Tipperary & Dublin.
Sharon Oddie Brown. August 18, 2016 Updated February 9, 2017 with additional deeds evidence. Also Peter, the eldest son of Peter and Joanna JACKSON has been added.
- NOTE: I have posted a number of deeds references for Peter & Joanna, but what led me to put them at the head of this tree was: ROD 486-185-306941. 1784 May 30. BTW Joanna JACKSON of Dublin widow of Peter JACKSON Gent decd & Edward CLARKE of the City of Dublin Gent two of the surities and executors of Peter JACKSON of the one part. Peter JACKSON eldest son & heir of the said Peter JACKSON Gent of the 2nd part & Henry Vincent JACKSON 2nd son of the said Peter JACKSON deceased of the 3rd pt. James O'BYRNE & Mary O'BYRNE orse JACKSON daughter of the said Peter JACKSON deceased and wife of the said James O'BYRNE of the 4th pt.. in consid of 5s pd by James O'BYRNE and the sd Joanna JACKSON further consideration of the sum of 200 pounds pd to her… parcel of ground formerly inhabited by John CLARKE apothecary on the East side of Capel St within the [Liberties?] of the City of Dublin being No 96 and containing from North to South in front of the said Street 37 ft 4 in & from east to west in length 1030 ft and on the north by the lot then of Sackville GARDINER in possession of Jeffrey PENDERGAST Gent and on the south to other lot of Sackville GARDINER then in possession of Peter JACKSON. And Jeffrey PENDERGAST… held under lease of Apr 14, 1764 Hon Francis Lord [Maguire?] to the said Peter JACKSON deceased for life of Joanna JACKSON
- ROD: 2015-0-136735.
1760 Aug 8.
A conveyance from Mary VINCENT, widow of Dublin City to Alexander McMAHON, merchant of Dublin City. WITNESSES: Robert CALDERWOOD, Goldsmith of Dublin City; Joann JACKSON, daughter of Mary VINCENT & Thomas McLORINAN, Gent of Dublin City. NOTE: Joann VINCENT married Peter JACKSON, hacklemaker of Dublin (later a blacksmith).
- ROD: 205-406-136735.
1760 Sep 6.
Mary VINCENT, widow of Dublin City. Conveyed lands WITNESSED by Joann JACKSON daughter to said Mary VINCENT. Lands on Capel St.
- ROD 231-360-150443.
1764 Apr 11.
Btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Hacklemaker & Joanna JACKSON otherwise VINCENT his wife of the 1st ... house in Caple St # 16 on east side of Caple St.... descry & other signees....signed Peter JACKSON
- ROD: 284-438-160556.
1766 Jun 4.
Deed whereby Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin smith demised to William EVANS of City of Dublin, perukemaker dwelling house on the east side of Capel Street lately held by Christopher COLEMAN… and also demised the rere gound at the back of said house in Stable lane then held by Thomas SHERWOOD, plumber who had about 6 years before expiration at which time JACKSON expected to come into possession.. WITNESS: Phill GILLARD of City of Dublin, carpenter. And John Peter BOTHONG of City of Dublin, ale draper; William FITZGERALD City of Dublin Gent; NOTE: Peter JACKSON was a hackemaker before he was a blacksmith. He was married to Joann VINCENT. The property had originated with her mother, Mary VINCENT.
- ROD: 267-168571.
1767 Dec 17.
WHITTHORNE Book Index 1758-1768.
Deed of Lease and release btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Hacklemaker of the one pt & James WHITTHORNE of the same City watchmaker of the other part…land situate on the East side of Capel Street in the suburbs of Dublin City also known as #17 contiaqning in from to the street 37 feet 4 inches and in depth front to rere 130 feer 4 inches… during the lives of Joanna JACKSON wife of the said Peter JACKSON, Peter JACKSON his eldest son & John JAMES son of John JAMES of the Corp of Dublin Carpenter. NOTE: In other deeds, he was referred to as a blacksmith.
JACKSON d: Bef 1784 NOTE: What is curious, given the wealth of the later generations, is that this Peter made his start as a hacklemaker in Dublin, and then as a blacksmith.
+ Joanna d: Aft 1784 NOTE: Her mother was Mary VINCENT with property on Capel Street, Dublin.
2 Peter JACKSON. Eldest son - died after 1784.
Vincent JACKSON d: Aft 1835, of Fairy Hill, Bray, Co. Wicklow
WARBURTON b: 1767 d: 14 Mar 1851, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, par.
John WARBURTON Esq. and Unknown
Ernest Augustus JACKSON b: 3 Apr 1794, Charlemount St., Dublin, c. St.
Peters or St. Kevins, Dublin
HARBEN m. 1817
Adolphus JACKSON Esq. JP b. 1797, of Inane, Co. Tipperary, d. 4 Oct 1872,
Inane, Roscrea, Co Tipperary, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
HUTCHINSON b: 1804 d: 25th October 1879, b. 1804, m. 20 Feb 1840, Roscrea,
October 1879,, 114 Lower Gardiner St., Dublin, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery,
Warburton JACKSON , of Novarra, Co. Wicklow, d. 8 Sep 1887, Late of the
Queen's Hotel, Cheltenham Co., Gloucester, England, bur. 12
Sep 1887, St Peter, Leckhampton, Glocerstershire, England
Burdett NESS b. Abt 1781, m. 12 Nov 1842, Edinburgh, Scotland, d. 3 Feb
1850, Fairy Hill, Bray, Co. Wicklow, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, par.
Maj James Burdett NESS and Unknown
HIND b. Abt 1826, m. 16 Feb 1860, Narborough, Leicestershire, England, d.
Henry JACKSON b. 1811, d. 4 Jul 1877, of Mountjoy Square, Dublin, bur.
Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
WESTROPP b. 14 Jun 1822, m. 5 Apr 1842, St. Peters Church Dublin, Dublin,
Ireland, d. 3 Apr 1858, bur. 6 Apr 1858, Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, par.
John WESTROPP and Anna Burdett NESS [Do I have an error
Henry JACKSON [wife’s name unknown so far]
Sweetman CLIFFE m. 30 Mar 1875, St. George Church, Dublin, Ireland
Cade BATTLEY Esq b. of Belveder Hall, Co. Wicklow, m. 1868
Vincent JACKSON b. 1842, d. 13 Mar 1896, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
EDIE b. 1855, d. 4 Feb 1896, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
Diana Cecilia JACKSON b. 26 Jun 1876, Ireland, d. 16 Jan 1963, bur. Mount
Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
Josephine Marion JACKSON b. 6 Oct 1877, Roscrea, Tipperary, Ireland, d. 3
Jul 1962, bur. Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
Henry JACKSON b. 1 May 1880, Prince of Wales Terrace, Bray, Wicklow &
Dublin, Ireland, d. 18 Aug 1913, Donneybrook, Co. Dublin
Ruth HOPE m. 11 Aug 1873, St. Fiaac's Church, Clonegal.Co. Carlow
JACKSON d: Aft 1784