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Documents relating to Co. Louth - relating to JACKSONs and others.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 30, 2018


Louth Co. - Assorted family There are various inter-related families living in Co. Louth who are recorded in the Griffiths Valuations. I have focused here on COULTER, BRADFORD, JACKSON & DICKIE. July 1, 2009
BRADFORDs of Co. Louth. This page explores links with JACKSONs and others. There were many instances of intermarriages with COULTERs and others. Sept 30, 2008
Annaghavackey is a townland of 369 acres in the Parish of Creggan, Co. Louth. In the 1854 Griffiths valuation, it seems that most of the townland is owned and leased to people who are related (DICKIE, BAILIE, BRADFORD, OLIVER). The total value was £283 1 0 in 1854. It is bordered on the east by Cavananore and Carrickastuck, on the south by Clonaleenaghan, to the west by Shanmullagh and on the north by Sheelagh and Tawnamore. Map links added & page reorganized. Updated. Oct 1, 2009 Sept 30, 2009
Carnbeg Three maps are of special interest here: 1737, 1754 and 1900. They show a continuity of family interest in the lands of Carnbeg. Aug 22, 2008
Carrickistuck  is a townland of 229 acres in the Parish of Philipstown. At the time of the 1740 Census, it was in the Parish of Castletown (NOTE: I do not know when the Parish boundaries and/or names changed). On its north eastern border is the river of Castletown, on the south-east, the townland of Philipstown; on the south, Barronstown, to the west Clonaleenan and Annaghvacky and to the north-west, Cavananore. The families connected to these lands also had significant business and family connections with people living in these neighbouring townlands Oct 8, 2009
Cavananore This townland started with the COULTER family, passed to the BRADFORD family and thence to Sir Thomas JACKSON Updated. March 30, 2010 Nov 30, 2003
West Shortstone, Co. Louth Cancellation Books NAMES: Robert Ellis BAILLIE aka BAYLEY; Robert J. BAILIE [I expect this “J.” is a transcription error in the cancellation book, and should be “E”]; Robert BAYLEY; John BRADSHAW; Stephen BROWN; John Baillie COULTER; Mary COULTER aka COLTER; Robert EPINASSE; James FAUGHEY aka FAGHEY; Patrick FLYNN; Bridget HERNON; [Illegible] LEADER; James MARTIN: Peter MARTIN; Thomas McARDLE; Terence MEEHAN; James G. MURRAY; Bernard REILLY; James TRACEY; Thomas WALSH; Jack WISEMAN; Bridget WOODS Thomas WOODS. Oct 25, 2011
JACKSONs in St Peters Drogheda Parish. Although the records span a much larger time frame than my transcriptions might indicate, I transcribed every JACKSON that I could find in Vol 1, and then cherry picked in Vol 2. There did not seem to be any more JACKSONs where I would have expected to see them. It seems likely that they were part of another Parish by the time of the 2nd volume May 17, 2013
Kane Graveyard in the townland of Kane, Parish of Kane, Barony of Upper Dundalk, Co. Louth. This was a graveyard in County Louth where Presbyterians from nearby were buried. The versions contributed by Mr. P. Crossle, and published in the Journal of the Association for the Preservation of Memorials of the Dead, Vol. VIII. no. 4 (1911) have been included with Noel Ross’s transcriptions when the two versions differed (probably because of further erosion of the stones that occurred between the first and last transcriptions). Nov 22, 2105
Council Book of Drogheda - Jackson references
Jacksons of St. Peters Church, Drogheda.
Jacksons of Drogheda Family Tree
April 2, 2019



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