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I have interpolated census and other material into this chart of probates of Jacksons who died in Co. Cavan.. It helps to situate each person within a larger context.
Sharon Oddie Brown. May 26, 2013

 

Jackson Probates at National Archives CAVAN

Calendars of Wills and Administration 1858-1922

I have several pages elsewhere on my web site where I share the further research. I am  still attempting to puzzle out the interconnections of these various JACKSON. NOTE: The first entry precedes the ones available on the Internet. I will likely add more as I find the time to transcribe earlier notes.

 

Name of Deceased

Date

Died

Year

Died

County Died

Notes

Edward Jackson

11 Apr

1857

Cavan

Edward JACKSON effects under £200 late of Ballinagh, Co. Cavan, Grocer d 11 Apr 1857…NOTE: Possibly Ballinlough, Parish of Annagh, Barony of Lower Loughtee. He is likely related to this John JACKSON:  INSOLVENT DEBTORS October 1, 1864 Cavan Observer

John JACKSON, Ballinagh, publican and pensioner, was opposed by Mr. Samuel KNIPE, on behalf of Messrs. CINNAMON and DUNVILLE, merchants, Newry. After some discussion, the case was adjourned until next Session.

William Jackson

21 Oct 

1858

Cavan

William JACKSON late of Rahulan Co. Cavan d. 21 Oct 1858 at Rahulan proved by Widdiss JACKSON and Isaac JACKSON both of Rathulan, farmers. NOTE: Rahulan is likely Raheelan, parish of Drumlane, Barony of Lower Loughtee. The JACKSON presence in this townland goes back at least as far as the 1761 Poll books when leased by a Henry JACKSON, a James JACKSON, and a Robert JACKSON. In 1833, Tithe Applotment Books 1823-37 a Widdows JACKSON leased or owned at Rafian, Parish of Drumlane, Barony of Lower Loughtee. See also probate of Isaac JACKSON d.1912.

Patrick Jackson

10 Jun 

1869

Cavan

Patrick JACKSON effects under £100 late of Darraragh, Co Cavan farmer d. 10 June 1869 granted to Fanny JACKSON of Darraragh (Newtowngore Co Leitrim) widow of deceased. NOTE: Darraragh aka Derryragh is in Parish Templeport, Barony of Tullyhaw,Co. Cavan. See Wiki for more detail on the history of the townland.

Jane Hudson Jackson

28 Jun 

1870

Cavan

Will Probated of Jane Hudson JACKSON Sept 24, 1879 late of Beltburb, Co. Cavan who died June 28, 1870 at same place was proved at Cavan by Rev. James McCreight JACKSON of Beltburb, aforesaid Clerk, one of the executors.. Effects under £100. NOTE: Belturburb was still home to JACKSONs as recently as 2011.  There were JACKSONs there as early as 1780 (birth of James JACKSON). John JACKSON of Carnaleck, Belturburb died October 10, 2011. Belturbet Town is in the parish of Annagh, Lower Loughtee. The probate of  Rev. James McCreight JACKSON was included in 1912 in the Wicklow Probates. In the mid-1600s, Quakers settled here, including Anthony JACKSON (1628- bet1681-96).

John Jackson

7 Jan 

1875

Cavan

John JACKSON effects under £100 late of Culless Co Cavan Veterinary Surgeon d 7 Jan 1875 at same place granted to Robert BROWN of Cootehill, cousin. NOTE: This is probably the townland of Cullies, parish of Annaghelliff, Barony of Upper Loughtee.

Thomas James Jackson

16 Sep 

1881

Cavan

Rev Thomas James JACKSON late of Riversdale Beltburbet Co Cavan d 16 Sep 1881 proved at Cavan by Rev James McCreight JACKSON of the rectory Beltburbet Clerk.  Effects £412,553 18s 11d NOTE: James McCreight JACKSONs will was probated in 1912. He was late of Florence Terrace, Bray, Co. Wicklow.  NOTE: Belturburb was still home to JACKSONs as recently as 2011. John JACKSON of Carnaleck, Belturburb died October 10, 2011. There were JACKSONs there as early as 1780 (birth of James JACKSON). Belturbet Town is in the parish of Annagh, Lower Loughtee.  In the mid-1600s, Quakers settled here, including Anthony JACKSON (1628- bet1681-96).

Robert Jackson

25 Dec 

1883

Cavan

Letters of Administration of the personal estate May 22, 1893 of Robert JACKSON late of Drumbullion County Cavan, Farmer, who died December 25, 1883 at same place were granted at Cavan to Robert JACKSON of the same place, Farmer, the son. Effects: £122. NOTE: Drumbullion is in the parish of Killashandra, Barony of Yullyhunco. A Robert JACKSON’s holdings in 1873 and 1880 are described in Farnham Papers National Library of Ireland : 21. F. 118 /24 & 35. A Robert JACKSON of Drumbullion in 1832 was recorded in the Tithe Applotment Books 1823-37.

James Jackson

15 Sep 

1889

Cavan

James JACKSON late of poles Co Cavan farmer d 15 Sep 1889 at same granted to John JACKSON of same place farmer, his brother.  Effects £379 16s NOTE: See the probate of his brother in 1901 beneath. Castlepoles, Parish of Killashandra, Barony of Tullyhunco.  The townland on the eastern border is Behy where a James and John JACKSON eash paid tithes in 1832.

Charles Jackson

2 Jun 

1894

Cavan

Charles JACKSON late of Ballyhaise Co. Cavan Physician & Surgeon d. 2 June 1894 granted to his brother James McCreigh JACKSON. Effects £4,140 12s 1d  NOTE: Ballyhaise, parish of Castleterra, Upper Loughtee. It is a village in the townlands of Town Parks & Raheg..

Robert Jackson

2 May 

1895

Cavan

Robert JACKSON late of Raheeland Co Cavan famer d 2 May 1895 at same place proved at Cavan by James SEWELL of Belturbet in said County, Grocer, one of the executors.  Effects £95.  NOTE: Raheelan, parish of Drumlane, Barony of Lower Loughtee.  The JACKSON presence in this townland goes back at least as far as the 1761 Poll books when leased by a Henry JACKSON, a James JACKSON, and a Robert JACKSON.

John Jackson

16 Jul 

1896

Cavan

Probate April 12, will of John JACKSON late of Killykeen Cottage, Co. Cavan, Farmer, who died July 16, 1896 granted at Cavan to William JACKSON of Eonish, said County, Farmer Effects: £69. NOTE: IN the 1901 Census William JACKSON age 70 of Eonish Island is a Presbyterian farmer, widowed and living with his son Willie age 29 & daughter Isabella age 26. Killykeen Cottage is in the Parish of Kilmore, Barony Upper Loughtee, as is Eonish. The island is in Lough Oughter. His farm was surveyed in 1889.

John Jackson

22 Oct 

1899

Cavan

John JACKSON late of Cornaleek Co Cavan farmer d 22 Oct 1899 granted to Robert JACKSON Farmer the son effects £150 NOTE: In the 1911 Census Robert JACKSON is living alone, single, age 50 at House #3, Cornalck, Kilconny, Co. Cavan. Cornaleck , Parish of Drumlane, Barony Lower Loughtee. This townland borders on Raheelan – which has had centuries-long JACKSON presence. It is possible this is the same John JACKSON:April 5, 1862 John JACKSON, a caretaker in the employment of the Right Hon. Lord Farnham, K.P., appeared to prosecute William SHERIDAN and Patrick CARTY, two young men, for having, on Sunday, the 23rd of March, trespassed on the lands of Killykeen, with a dog and gun, and shot at waterfowl there

John Jackson

22 Nov 

1901

Cavan

Administration of the estate of John JACKSON late of spole, Co. Cavan, Farmer who died November 22, 1901 granted at Cavan to Margaret JACKSON the widow. Effects: £ 168 2s 9d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census John JACKSON age 70 is living with his wife Margaret age 60. They are CoI, farmers, and both born in Co. Cavan. She is still alive in the 1911 Census.  Castlepoles is in the southern part of the Parish of Killashandra, Barony of Tullyhunco. The townland on the eastern border in Behy where a James and John JACKSON each paid tithes in 1832.

Robert Jackson

31 May 

1902

Cavan

Administration of the estate July 3, 1902 of Robert JACKSON late of Drumbullion, Co. Cavan, Farmer who died May 31, 1902 granted at Cavan to Jane Jackson the widow. Effects: £116 NOTE: In the 1901 Census Robert is age 45, living with his wife Jane and 3 sons: Robert age 13; James age 11; Richard age 3. They were all born in Co. Cavan. Drumbullion, parish Killashandra, Barony of Tullyhunco.  A Robert JACKSON’s  holdings in 1873 and 1880 are described in Farnham Papers National Library of Ireland : 21. F. 118 /24 & 35. A Robert JACKSON of Drumbullion in 1832 was recorded in the Tithe Applotment Books 1823-37.

William Jackson

24 Feb 

1903

Cavan

Probate of the Will of William JACKSON late of Killagoan, Co. Cavan, Farmer who died 24 February 1903 granted at Cavan to Patrick JACKSON, Farmer, Effects £91 15s NOTE: IN the 1901 Census William JACKSON age 60 lives with his sister Anne JACKSON and 2 nephews: John age 35 and Patrick age 32. They are all Roman Catholic and all unmarried farmers residing at House #3, Killygoan, Carrafin, Cavan, aka Killygowan, Parish Kilmore, Barony Upper Loughtee.

Anne Jackson

26 Jul 

1905

Cavan

Administration of the estate February 21, 1906 of Anne JACKSON late of Cavan, Co. Cavan who died July 26, 1905 granted at Cavan to George JACKSON the husband. Effects: £5 NOTE: Cavan Town is in the townland of Killyneber, Annaghelliff Parish, Barony of Upper Loughtee.

William Henry Jackson

11 Nov 

1911

Cavan

Probate of the will January 25, 1912 of William Henry JACKSON late of Cornaleck, Co. Cavan Farmer who died November 11, 1911,  at Rostrevor, Co. Down granted in Cavan to Robert JACKSON, Farmer: Effects £1,131 18s 0d. NOTE:  Cornaleck , Parish of Drumlane, Barony Lower Loughtee.  This townland borders on Raheelan – which has had centuries-long JACKSON presence.

Susan Jackson

16 Jul 

1911

Cavan

Administration (with the will) October 31, 1918 of estate of Susan JACKSON late of Creeve Co., Cavan widow who died July 16 1911 granted at Cavan to Robert William JACKSON Farmer. Effects £151 1s 7d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census, Susan is age 50 (b 1851), widowed and living in House #1 Creeve or Corgarve, Clonervy, Cavan. Her daughter Susanna age 19, Robert William age 17 and Thomas George age 12, all CoI and all b in Co. Cavan. In the 1911 Census she was a widow who had been married for 19 years, had 6 children, 4 living. The 3 children still live with her. Corgrave also called Creeve is a townland, parish Castleterra, Upper Loughtee.

Isaac Jackson

11 Apr 

1912

Cavan

Probate of will of Isaac JACKSON, late of Raheelan Co Cavan Farmer who died 11 April 1912 granted at Cavan to William JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON, Farmers. Effects £967 10s 0d. Resworn £726 6s 0d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census, he is 65 years old (b 1836), CoI, living with wife Sarah JACKSON age 52 & children: William age 26 (b 1875); Rachel W. Age 17 (b.1884); Thomas age 15 (b 1886) & Selina age 12 (b1889). Also brother Samuel JACKSON (b 1828). All were born in Co. Cavan. In 1911 Census, brother Samuel is no living there. The sons William & Thomas are still unmarried, and the parents had been married 38 years (1873) and had 9 children, all of who were living. NOTE: It is possible that he the Isaac JACKSON who married Sarah PIERSON of Co. Cavan. They had a daughter born at Raberlan 30 Jan 1881. [likely Raheelan], Co. Cavan  NOTE: Raheelan, parish of Drumlane, Barony of Lower Loughtee.  The JACKSON presence in Raheelan goes back at least as far as the 1761 Poll books when leased by a Henry JACKSON, a James JACKSON, and a Robert JACKSON.

 

 

 

 

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