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Documents relating to Co. Longford - relating to JACKSONs and others.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 28, 2019


Notes Updated
JACKSON connected deeds from Co. Longford. A family of JACKSONs lived and farmed at Culloge and Monadarragh both in the Parish of Mostrim, in the Barony of Ardagh from the early 1700s until well into the 1900s. Where the original Richard JACKSON came from is still a mystery.
: In Griffiths Maps, there are indications of a couple of Forts in Culloge as well as a couple more forts in Monadarragh. There is also a record of the Old Corn Mill, mentioned as early as 1722, in the townland of Monadarragh. County Westmeath is on the south-western border of Monadarragh.
March 28, 2019
Descendants of Richard JACKSON of Tinenare - probably a sub-denomination of Culloge, Parish of Mostrim, Barony of Ardagh  
Longford GORE and JACKSON 1708 to 1738 - From Land Index. The purpose here was to follow connections between the GOREs and JACKSONs of Co. Longford. For other names see a more complete list at: Longford: ROD,1708-1738 from IGP  
Jacksons of Co. Longford, Dublin & Kings Co. A blog post on my blog site. The starting point for the Co. Longford Jacksons comes from Benthams Abstracts, where Richard Jackson was described as being of Tinenane, Co. Longford. April 4, 2019
Jackson probates in Co. Longford NOTE: I believe that Alicia and Anne JACKSON are daughters of John JACKSON and Hester aka Esther JACKSON. SEE: January 30, 2020



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