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The Probates of JACKSONs in Co. Antrim reveal a remarkable level of interconnections. Most of the ancestors of these families are likely to have been in Antrim since the mid-1600s.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 18, 2015

 

ANTRIM Jackson Probates at National Archives - sorted by date

Calendars of Wills and Administration 1858-1922 - with additional annotating from Census and other sources.

 

Name of Deceased

Date

Died

Year

Died

County Died

Notes

Luke Jackson

12 Dec 

1858

Antrim

Luke JACKSON effects under £3,000 late of Ballymena Co. Antrim, Gent d 12 Dec 1858 at Ballymena proved by Mary JACKSON of Ballymena, widow & George Alexander JACKSON of Islandmagee and John ARMSTRONG of Artnagullion, farmers & executors. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. It mentions lands he holds in the town of Ballymena known as Springwell Court. It also mentions his brother George A. JACKSON (I believe this to be George Alexander JACKSON (1808-1877). A son of George A. JACKSON, is also named George and is 8 years old when he wrote the will on December 2, 1858 (ten days before he died). His property at Loonburn with all its stock and farming implements was also bequeathed to George A. Jackson and son George, and each succeeding heir. He also has a nephew Robert JACKSON to whom he left £100 “upon his return to Ireland” (he seems to have returned since he married Martha BRADFORD in 1860). Also a nephew Luke JACKSON (£100) and James Holmes JACKSON (£100) and to nephew George Jackson (£50). To Martha LIGGET otherwise ARMSTRONG (£100); to Ellen ARMSTRONG (£100); to nephew John ARMSTRONG (£50) – all not to be paid to his nephews until they reach 25 years of age. TO his wife (£25) Mary JACKSON otherwise ELLISON paid from the remainder of his property in Ballymena.

Arthur Jackson

9 May 

1864

Antrim

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Arthur Jackson late of Ballymena in the County of Antrim Head Constable of Police who died 9 May 1864 at same place were granted at Belfast to Ellen Jackson of Agnes Street Belfast aforesaid the Widow of said deceased. Effects: Under £200.

James Kennedy Jackson

20 Jul 

1865

Antrim

The Will of James Kennedy Jackson late of Belfast in the County of Antrim Solicitor deceased who died 20 July 1865 at Rose Lodge in the County of Down was proved at Belfast by the oath of William Archer Jackson of Londonderry Steam Boat Agent the sole Executor. Effects: under £6,000. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. In 1855, he was listed in Thoms Directory as the Coroner for Antrim. William Archer JACKSON was a nephew. James Kennedy JACKSON had a brother John JACKSON, and I suspect he was the father of William Archer JACKSON.

Peter Jackson

25 Feb 

1868

Antrim

The Will of Peter Jackson late of Ross County Antrim Farmer deceased who died 25 February 1868 at the same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of John Wilson of Tannybrake and John Wilson of Maxwellswalls both in (Antrim) and County Farmers the surviving executors. Effects: Under £100. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. The will was dated December 9, 1864. His wife was Mary JACKSON. James JACKSON of Baltimore was their eldest son. Peter JACKSONs brother was Luke JACKSON.

Mary Jackson

4 May 

1874

Antrim

The Will of Mary Jackson late of Ballymena County Antrim Widow deceased who died 4 May 1874 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of John Armstrong of Glenwherry (Moorfields) Framer and William Parker Holmes of Belfast Linen Merchant both in said County Executors. Effects: Under £800. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Nephew John ARMSTRONG of The Grove, Glenwherry. At the time of her death she lived at a house called Lawn View in Ballymena. She left legacies to the daughters of George A. JACKSON of Islandmagee which means that she was the wife of Luke JACKSON (see probate 1858). Her legacies included Mary JACKSON alias McDOWELL (£100); Martha JACKSON (£100); Sarah Jane JACKSON (£100); . Also to Ellen ARMSTRONG, Glenwherry (£100); Elizabeth LIGGART of Killead (£100). She describes her late husband as the uncle of John AMSTRONG. To James LIGGET of Killead she bequeaths her land at Fountain Place (which is opposite a garden); bequeath to niece Rosanna HOLMES of Dinsmore, Belfast (£100); Niece Fannie THOMPSON (£100); niece Sarah Jane THOMPSON of Coagh (£100); nephew John ELLISON of Lisburn (£50); niece Roseann ROGERS or CATHERWOOD (£20)…grand-nephew Luke Jackson HOLMES his uncles gold watch and chain.

Samuel Jackson

6 Jul 

1875

Antrim

The will of Samuel Jackson late of Bellahill County Antrim Farmer deceased who did 6 July 1875 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of Hugh Lunn of Bellahill (Ballycarry) Farmer on of the Executors. EFFECTS: Under £800. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. His daughter Sarah & her husband John BAMFORD are left the farm he resided on. Wife Sarah JACKSON (£50) and her daughter and husband will feed and care for her as long as they all live together. Mention of oatmeal and such. Daughter Margaret to share room with mother Sarah. Daughter Isabella (£1); daughter Eliza (£1); daughter Maria (£1); son John (£1). Son-in-law Hugh CATHCART and Hugh LUM – executors.

George Alexander Jackson

20 Feb 

1877

Antrim

The will of George Alexander Jackson late of Boghead Islandmagee County Antrim Farmer deceased who died 20 February 1877 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of Samuel Wylie M’Dowell of Ringill (Ballycarry) and James Holmes Jackson of Boghead (Islandmagee) both in the same county farmers the surviving executors. Effects: Under £1500. He is in the family in the Dean Family Tree (although some of the dates differ). George Alexander JACKSON (1804-1877). NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. The will was dated Aug 27th,1874. He requests that his debts be paid out his properties at Islandmagee and Loonburn otherwise Lisnalish, Co. Antrim. Son Robert JACKSON and daughter Mary B[Radford?] JACKSON otherwise Mrs. McDOWELL & youngest son George A[lexander] JACKSON who received “my deceased Brother’s [Luke JACKSON] property in Loonburn”. Sons Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON. Wife Jane TWEED otherwise JACKSON; daughter Martha JACKSON (£300); daughter Sarah Jane JACKSON (£300); youngest son George A. JACKSON (£5 and miscincl furniture at his deceased brother’s cottage at Loonburn); grandson George A. JACKSON at Ballydown (£50); daughter [hard to read: __minare] The inscriptions at the Ballyprior Graveyard give more information on birth and death dates.

William Jackson

23 May 

1877

Antrim

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Glynn County Antrim Mariner deceased who died 23 May 1877 at Isle of Man were granted at Belfast to Julia Jackson of Seaham County Durham in England the Widow of the deceased. Effects: Under £300.

Samuel Jackson

 

 

 

 

Margaret Jackson

5 Nov 

1880

Antrim

The Will (with one Codicill) of Margaret Jackson late of Larne Couty Antrim Widow deceased who died 5 November 1880 at same place was proved at Belfast by William John Jackson of Larne Butcher one of the Executors. Effects: £135. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Son William John JACKSON – all property subject to legacies. Two grandsons Samuel and Robert be supported and put into trades, and once apprenticed, have no further call on son William John JACKSON. Grandson William John JACKSON to live with and work with her son William John JACKSON. Daughter-in-law Rose Jane JACKSON (£1); Daughter of testatrix – Anne Jane M’CLURKIN[?] (£1). Son of testatrix - Robert JACKSON (£3). Codicil Oct 16, 1880: 3 grandsons Samuel JACKSON, Robert JACKSON and William John JACKSON are children living with testatrix, and are sons of her deceased daughter Margaret JACKSON (who must have married another JACKSON).

Joshua Jackson

17 Jan 

1882

Antrim

The Will of Joshua Jackson late of Templepatrick County Antrim Farmer who died 17 January 1882 at same place was proved at Belfast by Andrew Pelon of Rickamore in said County Petty Session Clerk and Joshua Jackson of Templepatrick Farmer the Executors. Effects: £281. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Son Joshua, wife Agnes, daughter Mary Elen, son William., son Henry. In the 1901 Census there is another JACKSON family at Templepatrick: Peter age 32, wife Sarah, and sons William, Joseph & Peter.

Robert Jackson

21 Sep 

1882

Antrim

The Will of Robert Jackson late of Whitehouse County Antrim Publican and Merchant deceased who died 21 September 1882 at the same place was proved at Belfast by Thomas Watson Mill Manager and George Cleland Publican both of Killyleagh County Down the executors. Effects: £1,474 12s. NOTE: Whitehouse was one of 7 villages merged into today’s town of Newtownabbey. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. In the will, he is of Greencastle, Co. Antrim. Wife [Roseannah?] (£750). He has several houses in Greencastle, and also shares in companies. Also premises on Anne Street Belfast known as Ulster Oil and Drug stores. It seems he made provision in case he had children, but if such were born before his death, they were not named. Remainder to Robert Jackson CLELAND and Margaret CLELAND son & daughter of his niece Anne Jane CLELAND and to Robert Jackson WATSON and Margaret WATSON son & daughter of niece Lizzie WATCSON. Dated Apr 7th, 1881.

Thomas Jackson

20 May 

1886

Antrim

The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Ballynure County Antrim Flesher who died 20 May 1886 at same place was proved at Belfast by Thomas Jackson of Ballynure Shoemaker one of the Executors. Effects £75 8s. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Wife Jane JACKSON and son Thomas JACKSON both of Ballynure.

William Jackson

22 Oct 

1891

Antrim

Administration with the will of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Ballyarnott County Antrim Farmer who died 22 October 1891 granted at Belfast to Mary Ann Jackson the widow. Effects £59 1s. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. He left the farm and homestead in Ballyarnott to Mary Anne JACKSON, his wife and at her death he bequeath the farm to his son Peter Jackson on consideration that he attend to the farm for his wife Mary Ann during her lifetime and that he put to school until 16 years of age, my sons George and Alexander and after that if they so wish to a trade. Ballyarnot aka Ballyarnold is in the Parish of the Grange of Muckamore. By the time of the 1901 Census, Mary Anne is age 59, and living at Ballyarnott with three sons: Joseph JACKSON age 27; Alexander JACKSON age 25, and George JACKSON age 19. There is no mention of a son named Peter. In Griffiths, there are 4 mentions of JACKSONs in connection to Ballyarnot: Willaim, William, Samuel and Jane. None of the holdings are large in either acreage or value, and are all clustered on the western border near the intersection of the townlands of Corbally, Balloo, and Dungonerell.

Luke Jackson

24 Dec 

1891

Antrim

The will of Luke Jackson late of Castlegore County Antrim Farmer who died 24 December 1891 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend John Jackson of Ballycastle said County Presbyterian minister and Hugh Jackson of Castlegore Farmer. Effects: £1,966 3s 10p. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. He does not name his wife, although he leaves her rooms, garden & a field. Two sons: John JACKSON (£700) and Hugh JACKSON (he gets the farm). Dated Nov 3, 1890. NOTE: See 1906 probate beneath for Hugh JACKSON of Castlegore.

John Steele Jackson

5 Oct 

1891

Antrim

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of John Steele Jackson late of Gracehill County Antrim M.A. Royal Medical College who died 5 October 1891 at same place were granted at Belfast to Thomas Henry Jackson of Barton Bank Mill-hill London N.W. Schoolmaster a Brother. Effects: £1,208 3s 11d. NOTE: Gracehill is in the townland of Ballykennedy.

Hannah Jackson

16 Mar 

1896

Antrim

The Will of Hannah Jackson late of Charles-street Ballymoney County Antrim Widow who died 16 March 1896 was proved at Belfast by David Leitch of Ballymoney Bank Manager and John Boyd of Ballymoney Merhcant the Executioners. Effects: £160. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. She mentions her son Rev. George Jackson now resident in South Africa, and his wife (unnamed).

John Jackson

1 Jan 

1900

Antrim

Administration of the Estate of John Jackson late of Glynn Larne County Antrim Retired Master Mariner who died 1 January 1900 granted at Belfast to Margaret Jackson the Widow. Effects: £182 17s 1d.

William Jackson

10 Mar 

1900

Antrim

Probate of the will of William JACKSON late of Artnagullion County Antrim Farmer who died 10 March 1900 granted at Belfast to William Jackson Farmer. Effects: £444 5s. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Wife: Margaret. He bequeaths his farm to son William, and that he support his wife (Margaret). Son Alexander; son Francis; grand-daughter Mary HAMILTON; son James; son John; NOTE: In the 1862 Griffiths Valuation: A Luke Jackson held lands in the townlands: Ross, Castlegore, Artnagullian. & Connor  - all in the Parish of Connor, Co. Antrim. There is likely a relationship.

John Jackson

17 Jan 

1901

Antrim

Probate of the Will of John Jackson late of Ballyhill Baltycarry County Antrim Farmer who died 17 January 1901 granted at Belfast to Hugh Jackson, Daniel Jackson and James M’Allister farmers. Effects £98 3s 6d. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Will dated Dec 22, 1900. Farm bequeathed to wife. Son John (£50); daughter Mary Agnes (£30); daughter Ellen Jan (£30); sons James & Daniel; daughter Sarah; son Hugh; nephew James M’ALLISTER;

Eliza Jackson

25 Dec 

1902

Antrim

Administration of the estate of Eliza Jackson late of Whitehill Milebrush County Antrim Widow who died 25 December 1902 granted at Belfast to Samuel Jackson Farmer. Effects: £41 16s

Thomas Jackson

26 Jul 

1903

Antrim

Probate of the will of Thomas JACKSON late of Ballynure Co Antrim, Flesher, who died 26 July 1903 granted at Belfast to Thomas JACKSON, Flesher, and Robert J. Stewart, Farmer. Effects £693 16s 8d. NOTE: He was age 60 in the 1901 Census, hence born 1841, in Antrim. His son Thomas (age 20) and daughter Rosanna (age 22) also resided with him. House 16 in Dunturkey. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. He wrote it July 22, 1903 – four days before he died. He left £80 to his daughter Jane JACKSON who was the wife of John McKERROL, and to her son Thomas Jackson McKERROL £20, and to her daughter Lizzie McKERROL £10 and to daughter Roseann McKERROL £20. To William Stewart GIRVAN son of his daughter Lizzie JACKSON he leaves £20 and to her other son Robert James GIRVAN £10. To his daughter Roaseann JACKSON (b abt 1879) he left £100; to his son Thomas JACKSON (b abt 1891) he left £250; to his brother Robert JACKSON £25; to his niece Sarah JACKSON daughter of Robert JACKSON £5. Executors – son Thomas JACKSON of Ballynure and Robert John STEWART of Ballybolly both of Co. Antrim.

Hugh Jackson

13 Mar 

1906

Antrim

.Probate of Will of Hugh Jackson late of Castlegore County Antrim Farmer who died 13 March 1906 granted at Belfast to the Reverend John Jackson Presbyterian Minister William M’Keen School Teacher and Jane Barklie Jackson the Widow. Effects: £1,716 7s 6d. NOTE: He was age 43 in the 1901 Census, and his wife Jane was 36. He had 3 young daughters, and all family members were Presbyterian and born in Co. Antrim. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. Children mentioned: Annie Victoria Eagleson JACKSON (b 1894) ; Ellen McCreery JACKSON (b. 1896); Jane Hay JACKSON (b.1900), and Harriett Barklie. His mother was Anne JACKSON who was left the house, offices, gardens & field during her life & £18 annually. If his wife remarries, she is to forfeit all interest. Legaices will not be paid until the youngest child be 21 years of age. His brother was Rev. John JACKSON of Ballycastle (Presb. Minister 1882-1929 – formerly Presb Minister of Cloughwater). He & William McKEEN, schoolteacher and The Dairy Strand were co-executors and his wife an executrix. Witnesses: Alexander DUNCAN, Surgeon & John JACKSON Presbyterian Minister. NOTE: Rev. John JACKSON and High JACKSON also proved the will of Luke JACKSON in 1892 . I suspect that he was a son of Luke JACKSON of Castelgore whose will was proved 1891. NOTE: In The London Gazette 1917 Annie Victoria Eagleson JACKSON worked as an Assistant Organizer of Domestic Economy for the National Education Office of Ireland.

William Campbell Jackson

14 Dec 

1906

Antrim

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of William Campbell Jackson late of Whitehead County Antrim Chief Officer S.S. Glendhu who died 14 December 1906 at Roath Dock, Cardiff Glamorganshire were granted at Belfast to Margaret Jackson the Widow. Effects: £145 9s 3d. NOTE: Whitehead is a small town between Larne and Carrickfergus, straddling the parishes of civil parishes of Island Magee and Templecorran.

James Jackson

23 Apr 

1907

Antrim

The Will of James Jackson late of Mulloughboy Islandmagee County Antrim Farmer who died 23 April 1907 greanted at Belfast to Andrew Ross Retired Merchant and John Meneilly Farmer. Effects:  £85 12s 6d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census he and his wife Anne were both aged 69, and were both Presbyterians born in Co. Antrim. Their son Andrew Ross Jackson, age 31, also resided with them. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. The will was written April 19, 1907, but includes no details of bequests other than all to his wife (unnamed).

Robert Jackson

8 Jul 

1907

Antrim

Probate of the Will of Robert Jackson late of Carnspindle Islandmagee County Antrim Farmer who died 8 July 1907 granted at Belfast to George Alexander Jackson and Luke Jackson Farmer. Effects £313 13s 9d NOTE: In the 1901 Census, he was age 69, hence born 1832, and his wife Mary was age 43. They had 7 children living with them as well as Mary CLARKE age 80 – probably his mother-in-law. He is in the family in the Dean Family Tree (although some of the dates differ). NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. His will was made March 25, 1907. He left his land in the townland of Mulloughbay to his wife “provided she remain unmarried and conduct herself in a satisfactory manner”. At her decease, land to go to son John Holmes JACKSON and daughter Lizzie JACKSON in equal shares. The land at Ballydowntogether with the residue of all stock crop and implements of husbandry which cannot be claimed as per agreement which exists between my son Luke and now to my son William and Thomas in equal shares they to [?] the existing debt between them”. Son George Alexander JACKSON appointed as Executor. The inscriptions at the Ballyprior Graveyard give more information on birth and death dates.

William John Jackson

20 Mar 

1909

England

Probate of the Will of The Reverend William John Jackson late of Duncairn Manse Belfast Presbyterian Minister who died 20 March 1909 at Ockley Surrey England granted at Belfast to Eliza Jane Jackson the Widow. Effects £3,709 17s. 9d. NOTE: PRONI has an image. Mention of wife Eliza Jane. His son James Sinclair JACKSON was born 1888 and was wounded and received the Military Cross in WWI. His son Culbertson/Cuthbertson JACKSON was born 1893 and was wounded and also received the Military Cross. SOURCE Lennon/Wylie. In the 1911 Census, Eliza Jane was residing at Crescent Lower, Windsor Ward with sons: Moffat JACKSON (age 25); James Sinclair JACKSON (age 22); Culbertson JACKSON (age 17); and Maurice JACKSON (age 14).

Luke Jackson

31 May 

1909

Belfast

Probate of the will of Luke Jackson late of 29 Agincourt Ave., Belfast Farmer (retired) who died 31 May 1909 at The Moat, Islandmagee Co. Antrim granted at Belfast to George Alexander Jackson Farmer. Effects £1,223 3s 8d NOTE: He is Likely related to the family in the Dean Family Tree. – possibly a brother of George Alexander JACKSON. In the 1901 Census, he was age 55, a retired farmer, unmarried and a boarder. NOTE: PRONI has an image. In the will, he appoints his nephew George A. JACKSON of Ballydown, Islandmagee sole executor. “and also all claim that I leave to burying ground in Conner and Ballyprior from my father’s death in 1877 [leased?] to 1895 my Brother Holmes not only took advantage of me in claiming profits made out of farm at Boghead, Islandmagee and other properties but got others to assist him in depriving me of my just rights which I alone was entitled to”. He may be the retired farmer, born in Co. Antrim but living in Ormeau Co. Down in 1911 as a 55 year old border living with the DAVISON family.

Esther Jackson

27 Jul 

1909

Antrim

Administration of the Estate of Esther Jackson late of Mulloughboy Islandmagee County Antrim who died 27 July 1909 granted at Belfast to James Jackson Master Mariner the Husband. Effects: £172 9s 2d. NOTE In the 1901 Census she was 33 years of age, Presbyterian and born in Antrim. Her husband James was age 39. She left 4 sons and a daughter, the eldest son age 10.

William John Jackson

9 Feb 

1910

Antrim

Probate of the Will and two Codicils of William John Jackson late of Main St., Larne County Antrim Flesher who died 9 February 1910 granted at Belfast to James Jackson Flesher. Effects £6,883 12s 5d. NOTE: See Margaret JACKSON 1880. In the 1901 Census, he was age 60 living with wife Elizabeth age 59, and 3 sons & 2 daughters. NOTE: I suspect that William JACKSON was the one mentioned in the 1851 Census of Larne as a butcher and son of Margaret JACKSON a dressmaker and widow. At that time, he was age 16 (hence b. 1835 – which makes him older than the 1901 Census data, but such sources are notorious for such variation. The 1851 data is likely to be more accurate in this case.)

Elizabeth Jackson

11 Dec 

1911

Antrim

Administration of the Estate of Elizabeth Jackson late of Main Street Larne County Antrim Widow who died 11 December 1911 granted at Belfast to James Jackson Butcher. Effects: £142 8s 7d. NOTE: She was the wife of William John JACKSON, master Butcher. See above.

Anne Jackson

4 Apr 

1911

Antrim

Administration of the Estate of Anne Jackson late of Mullaghboy Islandmagee Antrim Widow who died 4 April 1911 granted at Belfast to James Jackson Master Mariner. Effects £55. NOTE: She was age 69 in 1901 and was the wife of James Jackson, Farmer. His probate is shown above in 1907. They lived next door to James Jackson Mariner and his wife Esther.

Anna Jackson

13 Feb 

1912

Antrim

Probate of the will of Anna Jackson late of Lynda Park Jordanstown County Antrim Widow who died 13 February 1913 granted at Belfast to Annie Elizabeth Jackson and Josephine Jackson Spinsters Effects: £719 10s 0. NOTE: Jordonstown is in Monkstown. Anna, age 64 in 1901, was the widow of Joseph Jackson, age 62. Anne Elizabeth and Josephine were two of their four daughters. Curiously, no will was probated for him.

Margaret Jackson

14 Apr 

1913

Antrim

Probate of the Will of Margaret Jackson late of Church Street Antrim Married Woman who died 14 April 1913 granted at Belfast to Maggie Craig Married woman. Effects: £57. NOTE: In 1911, she was age 75 and living with her husband James Jackson age 70 (a Railway Surface Man) and her grand-daughter Margaret Craig.

James Jackson

5 May 

1914

Antrim

James Jackson late of Church Street Antrim Labourer who died 5 May 1914 granted at Belfast to Hugh Jackson Labourer. Effects: £195 6s 9d. NOTE: I suspect he was the husband of Margaret who died 1913.

James Holmes Jackson

18 Mar 

1916

Antrim

24 May probate of the will of James Holmes Jackson late of Barnhill Larne Co. Antrim and Merchant (retired) who died 18 March 1916 granted at Belfast to Wilhelmina T. Jackson and Georgina A. Jackson spinsters and Edward W. Browne Ironmonger. Effects: £2,044 7s 0d. The inscriptions at the Ballyprior Graveyard give more information on birth and death dates.

James Jackson

26 Apr 

1916

Antrim

6 October Probate of the will of James Jackson late of Skilganahan Ballyclare County Antrim Farmer who died 26 April 1916 granted at Belfast to Thomas J. McKinstry (Senior) and James Woodside Farmers. Effets: £264 2s 6d. Effects: 264 2s 6d.

Luke Jackson

13 Oct

1923

Antrim

Jackson Luke of Ballypriormore Islandmagee county Antrim farmer died 13 October 1923 Administration Belfast 12 May to Thomas Nelson Smiley Jackson farmer. Effects £220.

Thomas Tweed Jackson

18 Mar

1931

 

Jackson Thomas Tweed of Millbay Islandmagee county Antrim publican died 18 March 1931 Probate Belfast 19 May to Robert Jackson gents' outfitter and Thomas Milliken blacksmith. Effects £132 8s. 1d.

George Alexander Jackson

21 Mar

1950

 

JACKSON, George Alexander of The Moat Ballydown, Islandmagee county Antrim died 21 March 1950. Administration Belfast to John Donaldson Jackson farmer. Effects £838 11s 6d in England. Sealed London 13 January 1951.

 

 

 

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