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There are only bits of the 1851 Census available. Here are some JACKSON bits - from Larne, Co. Antrim.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 18, 2015

 

1851 Antrim Census Fragments JACKSON

These are all from the townland of Larne. The raw data comes from Search for Ancestors. The conjectures are all mine.

 

Name

Address

Notes

James Jackson

31 Larne Old Town St

Lodger, Unmarried, 43, Dealer

Elizabeth Jackson

114 Larne Old Town St

Household head, Widow, 47, Grocer

Jane Jackson,

114 Larne Old Town St

Daughter, Unmarried,, 20, Grocers Assist

William Jackson

114 Larne Old Town St

Son, Unmarried,, 18, Clerk,

Elizabeth Jackson

114 Larne Old Town St

Daughter, Unmarried,, 15, At School,

Ann Jackson

114 Larne Old Town St

Daughter, Unmarried,, 13, At School

John Jackson

114 Larne Old Town St

Son, Unmarried,, 10, At School

Margaret Jackson,

2 Larne Cross Street

Head, Widow, 42, Dress Maker. NOTE: I suspect she died Nov 5, 1880. I also suspect – given the size of the legacies in the will - that if she was, then she hired dressmakers.

Ann Jackson

2 Larne Cross Street

Daughter, Unmarried,, 19, None

Rozia Jackson,

2 Larne Cross Street

Daughter, Unmarried,, 18, Dressmaker

William Jackson,

2 Larne Cross Street

Son, Unmarried, 16, Butcher. NOTE: Given the convergence of profession (Butcher=Flesher), I suspect that he is the William John JACKSON who died Feb 9, 1910. He was a Flesher living at Main Street Larne.

Margaret Jackson

2 Larne Cross Street

Daughter,  Unmarried,, 12, None

James Jackson

2 Larne Cross Street

Son, Unmarried,, 10, At School

Robert Jackson

2 Larne Cross Street

Son, Unmarried, 7, At School. NOTE: Mentioned in the probate of the will of Margaret JACKSON

Alan Jackson

2 Larne Cross Street

Son, Unmarried,, 5, At School

 

 

 

 

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