Documents relating to Co. Wicklow - relating to JACKSONs and others.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 30, 2018
|Jacksons of Carlow & Wicklow - a 30 page table
||June 18, 2010
|Jacksons in Co. Wicklow Deeds. SEE: Links to Deeds research for more up-to-date notes.
|Jacksons in Co. Wicklow & Wexford Misc sources.
|Jacksons of Woodfield and Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow. Much of this tree is
based on hunches and scant records. The annotated version is included beneath the outline version, and is
worth checking to see the basis on which the link was made.
||May 15, 2013
|Probates of Jackson who died in Co. Wicklow. I am getting tantalizingly close to being able to click a number of these people into a family tree. At present, I have a stub of a tree including a number of JACKSONs from Woodfield aka Woodfieldglen in Co. Wicklow. If readers know more, it shouldn't take much to make a larger leap.
|Leases mentioning Sandymount Co Wicklow. The purpose of this page is to help me to find the ancestors of Rev.
William JACKSON (1737-1794) - the famed (or infamous) United Irishman. In the hope of protecting
his estate for his wife, he took poison in the hours after his conviction and died in the court
before sentencing could be pronounced. His wife was pregnant with their 2nd child and lived in France for the next 20 years.
It has been slim pickings when
it comes to readily available evidence about either of them.
So far, I have
been unable to find a first name for either his father or mother. My starting
point was that his mother was a member of the GORE family, and an aunt of his was
married to Dr. Edward SALE, a lawyer. I will soon be posting a blog piece on my progress with this
|August 28, 2018
|Co. Wicklow Land Leases 1708-1810: These only include leases in Co. Wicklow that caught my attention because of where they were or the names of the grantor or grantee.
||August 9, 2019
|Co. Wicklow Leases and selected notes. My purpose on this page was to track
the leases of GOREs and SALEs and JACKSONs near Mountkennedy and to add notes where useful to my quest to tease out the connections between these families.
||August 9, 2019
|JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD. Thomas JACKSON, husband of Charlotte TUDOR and ancestor of most of these JACKSONs mentioned, had a residence in Dublin.
||February 7, 2020
|Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin & Delgany, Co. Wicklow. Thomas JACKSON was a printer based in Dublin, but through
his wife, and possibly through other connections, had ties to Co. Wicklow. Three
children were born in his first marriage, but we have no records of them – whether they were sons or daughters, not how long they lived. I suspect
that one of them may have been named Thomas because in his second marriage,
none of his sons were given his forename. Given usual naming patterns, this
would have been unusual. Baptismal records of Delgany were key in identifying
the children of his 2nd marriage. At present, I do not know his
ancestry, although the presence of Zachariah JACKSON in the printing trade in
Dublin in the same time (and on some of the same streets) raises the
possibility that they were related. So far, I cannot trace the ancestry of
Zachariah JACKSON. Several Quaker JACKSONs – including Robert JACKSON (1748-1793) and his sister Rachel Maria JACKSON ( 1755-1836) - played a significant role in printing in Dublin in this era,
although this Thomas JACKSON does not appear to be a Quaker, nor does Zachariah
||February 9, 2020