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NOTE: It has been and will continue to be a huge project to track all these people down. Because of other commitments, I must set it aside for a while. Still, I thought it worthwhile to post in its incomplete form since there is already lots of useful material. I am hoping that others can take the bits that I haven’t done, and let me know if they have information to add. I will update this page as time permits.
Sharon Oddie Brown. September 24, 2013.
PS For those who are able to get to Dublin, the Pearce Library is a comfortable place to browse these kinds of records.

 

Jackson Marriages in Dublin records – many sources, sorted by year.

 

Groom and Bride

Year

Code

Notes

JACKSON, William and Barbary WALDRON 1629   April 6, 1629. Samuel Carlyle Hughes, The Register of St. John the Evangelist. p94. NOTE: It would be interesting to know who her father was since the WALDRON family had a number of townlands in Co. Cavan in the early 1600s, and JACKSONs held leases also in Co. Cavan.

JACKSON, John and Margery PLUNCKETT

1638

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Aka PLUNKETT. They married at St. Johns Church of Ireland, in Dublin on December 8, 1638. John JACKSON, MP. for Carrick on Shannon. SOURCE: Samuel Carlyle Hughes, The Register of St. John the Evangelist. p94.

JACKSON, Richard and Anne SANDS

1640

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I suspect a Queens Co. Quaker connection here.

JACKSON, Mary(Jaxon) and Robert FOX

1644

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NOTE: It would be worth exploring the possibility of a connection to the Quaker founder, George FOX.

JACKSON, Matthew and Susanna EYLEY

1661

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JACKSON, William and Elizabeth ASHLEY

1668

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The 1716 will of Samuel JACKSON mentions a [?ster] ASHLEY.

JACKSON Edward & Elizabeth LORTE

1669

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JACKSON, Mary(Jakson) and John RAVEIL

1670

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JACKSON, Samuel and Rebecca BYFIELD

1670

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Samuel JACKSON b: 30 Nov 1644 married Rebecca BYFIELD Abt. 1670. He is included in the Jacksons from Berkshire, Derbyshire, London, Dublin, and eventually America. His 1716 will is transcribed and footnotes on my Silver Bowl site. He was a pewterer and was related to the JACKSONs of Santry Their daughter Elizabeth PATTEN née JACKSON (b 1674) married William PATTEN

JACKSON, James and Mary FARMAR

1671

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JACKSON, Mary and William DAWSON

1671

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 He was one of the DAWSONs of Dawson's Grove. She was born 1645, and they had three children: Ralph DAWSON, Thomas DAWSON & Alice DAWSON.

JACKSON, John & Abigail ABIDIE

1673

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JACKSON, Francis and Anne ARUNDELL

1674

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Mary and Nathaniel BRADFORD

1677

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index. I suspect this one will have links to BRADFORDs in Co. Monaghan & Co. Louth.

JACKSON, Daniel (Rev) and Jane BRERETON

1678

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

This couple is in the JACKSONs of Santry Tree.

JACKSON, Thomas and Agnes HUTTON

1679

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Mary and Thomas WATSON

1680

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Robert and Catherine  WILDER

1680

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Anne and William STOAKE

1681

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, James and Rachel CARTER

1681

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, William & BOUGBERT, Anne (widow)

1681

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JACKSON, Joseph  and Anne BELCHER

1682

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, William and Anne BONGBUT

1683

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, John and Elizabeth SNELL

1685

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Joyce and Jeremiah VICARS

1707

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Joyce JACKSON is the daughter of Robert JACKSON (d.1711) & Joyce SHAW of St. Catherine’s Parish, Dublin. There are a number of deeds connecting Jeremiah VICARS and the JACKSONs of Crooked Staff, Dublin. He and Robert JACKSON were both tanners.

JACKSON, Joyce and Jeremiah VICARY (aka VICARS)

1707

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index. NOTE: Their family tree is sketched out in JACKSONs of St. Catherine's, Dublin.

JACKSON, Michael and Mary McCRACKEN

1713

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.NOTE: Their family tree is sketched out in JACKSONs of St. Catherine's, Dublin.

JACKSON, Robert and Elizabeth WILLSON

1713

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Henry & Elizabeth FLETCHER

1720

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I wonder if this deed is a pertinent JACKSON-FLETCHER connection: BURTSHEALTH Book Index 1708-1729 Jan 30, 1727

ROD: 53.501.36647 Thomas FLETCHER of Rathmore, Co. Kildare, farmer & Henry JACKSON of Osberttown, Co. Kildare in consid of 50 pounds pd by Peter BURCHEAL  of Kilkeel, Co. Kildare land of 430 acres also 20 acres in possession of Garret POOLE… land in Rathmore. In a leter deed, 64-213-43516 - June 2, 1730, there is mention of Henry JACKSON sr. & sons Henry & Anthony, also in connection with lands of Ofberstown [aka Osberstown or Osbertstown or Osberttown.

JACKSON, Ralph and Mary VANDERLEUR

1725

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index. NOTE: A Rev John VANDELEUR of Kilrush, Co. Clare was mentioned in ROD 5-65-1318. See VANDELEUR Pedigree.

JACKSON, Elizabeth and John QUIN

1726

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index. I suspect that he is related to Thomas QUINN and she toDavid JACKSON both of Quinsborough, Co. Kildare. Several deeds connect the two families.

JACKSON, Elizabeth and Richard SANDERSON

1726

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, William and Agnes KILNER

1728

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, William and Catherine HAMILTON

1729

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Daniel REV and Catherine DEERING

1731

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

This couple is in the JACKSONs of Santry Tree.

JACKSON, Josiah & SEARLE, Elizabeth

1734

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JACKSON, James and Jane M’WATHE

1736

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, James and Jane M’WATTIE

1736

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JACKSON, Elizabeth and John MATTHEWS

1737

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index. Elizabeth JACKSON b 1717 was a daughter of Michael JACKSON (1685- 1738) aft and Mary McCRACKEN of Pimlicoe, City of Dublin.

JACKSON, James and Martha EATON

1737

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.There may be a link to ROD 100-322-70631.

JACKSON, Mary and Thomas SILLOCK

1739

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index.

JACKSON, Mary, widow, and Thomas SILLCOCK

1739

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 Try also SILCOCK

JACKSON, William and Anne HUNT

1739

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Addenda to Dublin Grant Index. This is William JACKSON (1682-1772) of Dublin & Anne HUNT (Bef 1717-1787). He was a tanner of Kilmainham, son of Robert JACKSON and Joyce SHAW, both of Crooked Staff, Dublin.

JACKSON, William and Martha BRAY

1747

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JACKSON, Jacob and Elinor HIGGINBOTHAM

1749

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I suspect this deed is pertinent:

Will of Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM of Ballintrure, parish of Donaghmore, Co. Wicklow, wife Abigail HIGGINBOTHAM. Witness incl Jacob JACKSON of Spinans. Memorial witnessed by Jacob JACKSON & Joseph JACKSON, Spinans, gent. Aug 13, 1772.

JACKSON, Richard and Nichola Cecil HAMILTON

1750

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Richard JACKSON of Forkhill married Nichola Ann Cecil HAMILTON. He was one of the descendants of the JACKSONs of Coleraine.

JACKSON, Judith and Joseph BALDWIN

1752

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JACKSON, John and Isabella JAMES

1753

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JACKSON, Mary and Thomas TYRRELL

1753

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NOTE: An Elizabeth TYRELL married a James GRATAN (b 1673). He was an executor of the will of Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1651-1701).

JACKSON, Elizabeth & John SLAMON

1754

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JACKSON Henry and Margaret DOWKER

1755

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JACKSON, John and Sophia LAMBE

1755

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JACKSON Grace and William HALLAGAN

1757

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JACKSON, Henry and Mary MURRAY

1757

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JACKSON, William and Elizabeth GRIFFITH

1757

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JACKSON, Joseph and Alice MILLIKEN

1758

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JACKSON, Jane and Rev. George PHILIP

1759

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ROD 200-305-133289. July 26, 1759. In consideration of 5s & intended marriage of Jane JACKSON, intended bride and eldest daughter of Ann ROBINSON & Rev. George PHILIPS, Vicar of Rathcoole, and intended groom and with consent of George PHILIPS, Jane JACKSON unto Daniel JACKSON Rev. Clke of Tullamore, trustee & Francis EVANS, Esq of Dublin City, trustee of her 1/2 undivided part of Markhell orse Marahill [NOTE: There are three townlands named Marahill – parishes: Kilmore, Enniskeen, and Balintemple]+ Domlloman orse Drumlomman [aka Drumloman, parish of Crosserlough] in Co Cavan, plus her entitlement under will of Ann ROBINSON deceased of Dublin City on death of John JACKSON late of Clonsagh, Dublin deceased without male issue, to hold upon several trusts. WITNESSES: Frances JACKSON, spinster of Dublin City & Hugh NEIL, Gent of Dublin.

This couple is in the JACKSONs of Santry Tree.

JACKSON, Josiah and Mary ALCOCK

1760

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I wonder if she might be related to the ALCOCKs of Nashe’s Quarters?

JACKSON, Jane and Henry STEEL

1764

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JACKSON, Richard and Mary DOUGLASS

1764

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JACKSON, Celia & Paul ESPINASSE

1765

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JACKSON, Jane and Thomas PLOWMAN

1766

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JACKSON, Ann & Hannibal FRASER

1767

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SEE: 1783 Oct 27 Deed: 360-160-242173 JACKSON-FRAZER & wife Robert Jackson of Grange. Kings Co Esq. & Hannibal FRASER of Birr...

JACKSON, Elizabeth & Joseph HONE

1768

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HONE, William (1782-1859)

1806 Mercantile broker, Commercial Buildings, Dame St. The second member of the Hone family to serve as Chamber president,

William Hone was born in 1782, the fourth son of Joseph Hone (1747-1803) of Camden Street, and Elizabeth Jackson (b.c.1830 - error), only daughter and heiress of William Jackson, a tanner, of Mill Street. Source: Past Presidents of Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

ROD: 266-408-171859: Intended marriage of Joseph HONE, the younger, Clothier of New Market, Dublin & Elizabeth JACKSON, spinster, daughter of William JACKSON, farmer of Mill Street, Dublin; portion of £1500 from William JACKSON  to Joseph HONE; Joseph HONE the elder, Clothier of New Market St., Dublin to Joseph HONE the younger £1000 + a bond. REGISTER: Charles MEARES; William HUNT, Clothier of Chambre Street, Dublin, named to act with Joseph HONES the younger’s executors to ensure articles of agreement are enacted. WITNESSES: Peter VATEAU, Tanner of Dublin City; Robert TOWERS, Public Notary of Dublin City & Robert JONES, Public Notary of Dublin City.

JACKSON, James and Ann JOHNSTON

1768

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JACKSON, James and Rachel NEEDHAM

1769

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6 Feb. 1769. Mr. James Jackson of Spinans, co. Wicklow married to Miss Rachael Needham. (NOTE: She died in 1779. SOURCE: Prerogative Wills. SOURCE: Finn's Leinster Journal 1769 Births, Marriages and Deaths by H. F. Morris. NOTE: See also entry under Hannah JACKSON & John DRY. See also footnotes in Nov 24 1784 will of Miles NORTH.

JACKSON, Jane & George GOODACRE

1769

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JACKSON, William and Esther WILLSON

1770

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JACKSON, Elizabeth & John LONG

1771

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JACKSON Fownes and Sarah EDGEWORTH

1774

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Fownes JACKSON is likely a descendant of the Jacksons of Steeple. Peter JACKSON married Frances FOWNES in 1711 in Dublin.

JACKSON, Elizabeth & John SUTTON

1774

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John SUTTON of Dublin & Elizabeth JACKSON of Essex Bridge SEE: Walker's Hibernian Magazine
Belfast Newsletter: John SUTTON of Stafford St., Esq; to Miss JACKSON of Essex Bridge.

JACKSON, Catherine & John RIGBY

1775

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Belfast Newsletter:  Mr. RIGBY of Dame St., gunsmith, to Miss JACKSON of Caple Street.

JACKSON, Thomas and Isabella BRUNTON

1775

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Their marriage was recorded at St. Catherine’s, Dublin: 7 October 1775.

JACKSON Elizabeth & Robert CHIRMSIDE

1776

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JACKSON, Mary and Anthony COLLINS

1777

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JACKSON, Catherine & Samuel DUNN

1778

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Deed 457-129-297-321 is likely of interest. JACKSON – DUNN – and the name Richard JACKSON

JACKSON, John and Ann HUMPHRYS

1779

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It is curious that this deed should precede this marriage date by more than 50 years. Probably the 1779 marriage is of descendants of these families mentioned beneath:

ROD 30-455-19132

1721 Sept 22 John JACKSON of City of Dublin, Linnen Draper & Ann HUMPHRYS also JACKSON his wife for £15 ster from Elias HUMPHRY grant Elias HUMPHRY their rights & portions of house "court of Guard" nr Young's Caste in Oxmantown for remaining years.
Grantors in 1695 Oct 18 included: William WATT Esq. Rt. Hon Lord Mayor of Dublin ;Andrew BRICE Esq. Sherriff of Dublin; William STOWELL, Sherriff of Dublin; & citizens of Dublin unto Ellis HUMPHRY, smith of Dublin city; died abt 1707 intestate – also father of Elias HUMPHRY & Ann HUMPHRY  of house "court of Quard [sic Guard]" nr Young's Castle in Oxmantown formerly in lease to Alderman Daniel BETTINGHAM  and afterwards Sir Daniel BETTINGHAM  and lately surrendered to the treasurer of Dublin by Richard BETTINGHAM, son & heir of Sir Daniel BETTINGHAM, 66x20 ft for 61 years at £7;  that John JACKSON became intitled to 1/5 share; that John JACKSON became entitled to 1/4th share including 3 houses built in possess'n of Thomas JONAS. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY; Witnesses: James SOMERWELL, Gent of Dublin City; Steevens STEEVENS, Gent of Bony Batter, Dublin; Mary [COSION?]

JACKSON, Ann & Robert Chambre CORKER ,

1780

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I suspect that the marriage settlement is in: Deed: 335-127-222781. The two  families were already connected in 1767:

Deed: 266-57-167863  1767 May 20. CORKER-JACKSON

for consids, Rev. Chambre CORKER to Mary JACKSON, widow, relict and sole executtix of Rev. William JACKSON late of  Lota in North liberties of Cork city; dec'd, [grantee 1765 Nov 14] of yearly annuity of £14 for 29 years if she should live so long, out of the lease from John WALWEY [John GALWEY?] Esq. [grantor 1765 Nov 14]  to William JACKSON of dwelling house gardens & demesne lands of Lota [81 Engl Statute acres] then in tenancy and occupancy of Richard BRADSHAW for 31 years from 1 May then last past at £160. WITNESSES: Ruby PATHETT, clerk to Michael McCARTHY; Michael McCARTHY, publican.

JACKSON, James and Gainor GRIFFITH

1780

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JACKSON, Mary and Harvey FAIRBROTHER

1780

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Of interest is this deed, although not the same people, they are likely related: 374-459-250056. 1785 Nov 17. Robert JACKSON cornet in his Majesties 4th Regiment of Horse in Ireland of 1st pt & Mary CARROLL of City of Dublin Spinster of 2nd pt Wm FAIRBROTHER of Willsborough Co Wicklow & Coote CARROLL of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt & James JACKSON of Birr & John DROUGHT of Whigsborough both in Kings Co. Of 4th pt. Marriage btw Robert JACKSON & Mary CARROLL... demised townlands of Grange & pt of townlands of Balltmac macmurragh & the great and small tythes of the townlands of Grange Hall situated in Barony of Ballybrot, Kings Co.... Mary’s brother George CARROLL.

This deed joins the dots:

460-489-295100. 1792 Dec 13.

Btw Thomas DRY of Weavers Sq. Co Dublin Clothier & Mary DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife & John DRY of Weavers Sq Dublin, Clothier  and Jane DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife ... said Mary & Jane are two of three children of Alexander JACKSON formerly of Strabane, Co Tyrone, Gauger dec’d of 1st pt Harvey FAIRBROTHER of Sweeneys Teneters in Co of Dublin woollen stover & Scourer & Mary FAIRBROTHER otherwise JACKSON relict of sd Alexander JACKSON dec’d of 2nd pt & Thomas RORKE of Meath St. City of Dublin Wool Merch of 3rd pt...reciting deed 1771 Nov 25  James JACKSON of Spinans Co Wicklow did demise to sd Alexander JACKSON son of James... town and lands of Eadestown154 acres Plantation Measure, Barony of Talbotstown, Co Wicklow... for lives of Hannah DAWSON otherwise CRAWTHORNE otherwise JACKSON wife of Richard JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co Wicklow farmer & Mary Anne PARKE otherwise CRAWTHORNE wife of Robert PARKE Tallow Chandler & James JACKSON grandson of afssd James JACKSON dec’d

JACKSON, Jane and Robert LAWDEN

1781

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JACKSON, Margaret and Thomas HOWARD

1781

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JACKSON, Sarah & John WOODS 1783   Last Wednesday [Jan 1], Mr. John WOODS, Clothier, to Miss Sarah JACKSON, with a handsome fortune.

JACKSON, Hugh and Ann TATE

1783

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JACKSON, Thomas and Frances CONNOLLY

1783

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JACKSON, James and Margaret FITZGERALD

1784

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JACKSON, Matthew and Sarah COULTON

1784

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JACKSON, Rickards and Sarah WHITE

1784

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I suspect this is a Richard JACKSON.

JACKSON, Thomas and Mary SOCKSMITH

1784

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Marriage of THOMS JACKSON of SPINANS COUNTY WICKLOW and MARY SOXSMITH of N/R ST. Michans Church. 29 May 1784. Mary SOXSMITH was a widow. NOTE: Thomas is likely related to the James JACKSON of Spinans who married Rachel NEEDHAM in 1769. SOURCE: Monumental Inscriptions from St. Marys Church, Crumlin, Co. Dublin.

JACKSON Hannah and John DRY

1785

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ROD: 460- 489-295100

1792 Dec 13 JACKSON-RORKE Btw Thomas DRY of Weavers Sq. Co Dublin Clothier & Mary DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife & John DRY of Weavers Sq Dublin, Clothier  and Jane DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife ... said Mary & Jane are two of three children of Alexander JACKSON formerly of Strabane, Co Tyrone, Gauger dec’d of 1st pt Harvey FAIRBROTHER of Sweeneys Teneters in Co of Dublin woollen stover & Scourer & Mary FAIRBROTHER otherwise JACKSON relict of sd Alexander JACKSON dec’d of 2nd pt & Thomas RORKE of Meath St City of Dublin Wool Merch of 3rd pt...reciting deed 1771 Nov 25  James JACKSON of Spinans Co Wicklow did demise to sd Alexander JACKSON son of James... town and lands of Eadestown154 acres Plantation Measure, Barony of Talbotstown, Co Wicklow... for lives of Hannah DAWSON otherwise CRAWTHORNE otherwise JACKSON wife of Richard JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co Wicklow farmer & Mary Anne PARKE otherwise CRAWTHORNE wife of Robert PARKE Tallow Chandler & James JACKSON grandson of afssd James JACKSON dec’d.

NOTE: See also entry under James JACKSON and Rachel NEEDHAM.

JACKSON Frances and Andrew KEERY

1786

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JACKSON, William and Mary CROFTON

1786

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 This is William JACKSON (1764-1843) of Ballygibbon, Carbury, Co. Kildare. They had three sons: Daniel JACKSON, William JACKSON & Matthew JACKSON. SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon.

JACKSON, Elizabeth & Samuel SMITH

1787

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JACKSON, Lavinia and John Hubert MOORE

1787

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JACKSON, Anne & Joseph WHITEACRE

1788

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JACKSON, Joshua and Anne BRICE

1788

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JACKSON, Samuel and Anne BOURDMAN

1789

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Aka BOARDMAN. Anne BOARDMAN (1771-1843) is one of the Quakers who married JACKSONs in Parsonstown, aka Birr. Samuel JACKSON was a cotton manufacturer of Dublin who went bankrupt in 1826.

JACKSON, William and Ann ROTHWELL

1789

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JACKSON, Zacharias and Jane MEREDYTH

1789

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JACKSON, Margaret and Roger WORTHINGTON

1790

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Curiously, in the family tree of the JACKSONs of Creggan Parish, in this time frame, there is an Elizabeth who married an unnamed WORTHINGTON, and another sister who married a Thomas or George SHEA. This information was part of the family’s oral tradition from the mid-1800s, and does not come with sources, but the timing is good enough that I am going to go with it. SEE: Jacksons of Urker.

JACKSON Deborah & Robert MOOREHOUSE

1791

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JACKSON, Elinor & Oliver BOND

1791

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Eleanor BOND née JACKSON (1772-1843) AKA Ellen daughter of Henry JACKSON & Elizabeth McGRATH. Oliver BOND was born abt 1759 at St. Johnston, outside of Derry. He apprenticed as a haberdasher in company with a Mr. Armstrong. He was a wealthy woollen draper. He married Eleanor JACKSON, daughter of Henry JACKSON (another activist in the United Irishmen with connections to Ballybay). He died in suddenly and in somewhat mysterious circumstances in Newgate Prison in 1798 after his arrest for his role in supporting the cause of the Irish Rebellion of 1798. SOURCE: Maura Maher. Oliver Bond published in the Dublin Historical Record, Vol. XI, No. 4. Sept-Nov 1950.

JACKSON, John and Elizabeth REYNOLDS

1791

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JACKSON Henry and Abigail CROOKSHANK

1792

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Aka CRUICKSHANK was born Abigail SALE, and married 1stly to George CRUIKSHANK. Henry JaACKSON of Newpark, Co. Wicklow, Ireland married Abigail in Oct 6, 1792. SEE: Jacksons of Kings Co.

JACKSON, Ann & James  VALENTINE

1792

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JACKSON, Henry Vincent and Sarah WARBURTON

1792

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NOTE: The Jackson family held an estate at Inane, parish of Roscrea, county Tipperary in the 19th century and family members practiced as lawyers in Dublin. Peter Jackson was registrar to Lord Norbury and James Fraser in his ''Guide through Ireland'' (1838) records Peter Jackson of Inane, county Tipperary. Henry Vincent Jackson is recorded as assistant to Peter Jackson in the ''King's Inns Admission Papers''. This source also records four sons of Henry Vincent Jackson and his wife Sarah Warburton, namely George, Frederick, Peter and William. At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Jackson estate was located in the parishes of Bourney, Roscrea and Templemore, barony of Ikerrrin and Fertiana, barony of Eliogarty. 355 acres held under a fee farm grant dated 1861 by Frederick Bridge from Frederick A. Jackson at Carrick, barony of Ikerrin, was advertised for sale in February 1869. In the 1870s Henry Vincent Jackson of Inane owned 1,088 acres in county Tipperary and 1,765 acres in King's County (Offaly) while William H. Jackson of Inane owned 363 acres in county Tipperary.

JACKSON, Joseph and Mary TUDOR

1792

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JACKSON Elizabeth & Edward HEARN

1794

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JACKSON Elizabeth & Hugh KING

1796

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It is possible that Deed: 438-449-283216 involving Strettle JACKSON may have bearing on this marriage.

JACKSON, Jane & Thomas CONDLE

1796

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There is a JACKSON-CONDLE deed: 671-89-460530 that may relate to this marriage.

JACKSON, Thomas and Charlotte TUDOR

1796

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JACKSON, Richard and Mary Maria JOHNSON

1797

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JACKSON Hannah and Henry HINCH

1798

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JACKSON, Louisa and John POWER

1798

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JACKSON, Amelia & John WILTON

1799

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JACKSON, John and Catherine STRINGER

1799

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JACKSON, Juliana and John BENTLY

1799

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JACKSON, Jane and Peter VALENTINE

1801

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JACKSON, Elizabeth and Peter DANIEL

1802

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Deed: 363-505-245586 Joseph JACKSON-DANIEL may have bearing on this marriage.

JACKSON,  Thomas Bruce and Hariot SKELLERN

1803

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JACKSON, Ann and Patrick STACK

1805

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JACKSON, Elizabeth and Joseph TAYLOR

1805

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JACKSON, Peter and Susannah DOCKRILL

1805

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 A Peter JACKSON of Hacketstown, married a Susan DOCKALL. His likely birth date would make him a candidate for this marriage. See family tree for JACKSONs of Wicklow & Carlow.

JACKSON, Thomas and Helena HALL

1805

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JACKSON, Elizabeth and Edward HEARN

1806

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JACKSON, William and Elizabeth MURRAY

1806

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JACKSON, William and Florinda CRAWFORD

1807

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JACKSON, Jane and Christopher L'ESTRANGE

1808

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Jane Jackson  married 08 May 1808 Christopher Carleton L'Estrange of Markethill. The are in the JACKSONs of Enniscoe Family TreeThe most up to date version is on the Rootsweb Tree.

JACKSON, Patrick and Hannah ROBERTS

1808

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JACKSON, Hugh and Grace COOTE

1809

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Hugh JACKSON (1787-1816) is one of the Lisnaboe Family tree. I do not know if she remarried after his death.

JACKSON, James and Sarah M'CREIGHT

1809

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A son, James McCreight JACKSON was baptised at St, George Church of Ireland, Dublin, 28 March 1820. Sarah McCREIGHT was a daughter of the late James McCREIGHT, Wallenham’s Grove, Co. Armagh, in Eccles St. Marriage: March 1809 SOURCE: Walker's Hibernian Magazine

JACKSON, John and Sarah SAUNDERS

1810

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JACKSON, Josiah and Jane DILLON

1810

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JACKSON, Samuel and Dorothea RUTHERFORD

1810

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JACKSON, Joseph Devonshire and Sarah Lucinda CLARKE

1811

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Joseph Devonshire JACKSON b: 1783 d: 1857. Sarah died Nov 30, 1858. SEE: Henry Thomas Ryall, Portraits of Eminent conservatives and Statesmen, with genealogical and historical memoirs. London, 1836. He is in my Rootsweb Tree.

JACKSON, Mary and William PIGGOTT

1811

M.L.

Deed: 332-419-225233 may have bearing on this. It is between William JACKSON & a PIGGOTT.

JACKSON, Montague James and Maria WINCKLEFOSS

1811

M.L.

Research by Raymond Irving JACKSON shows that Montague James JACKSON was a son of Edmund JACKSON (1748-1792) and Catherine Haughton JAMES. Their ancestors are included in my Derbyshire JACKSON tree.

JACKSON, Sophia and Joseph QUELCH

1811

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Thomas and Frances KELLY

1811

ML.

 

JACKSON, Elizabeth and William Michael RUSSELL

1812

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Isabella and Charles Lum BATEMAN

1812

M.L.

This Isabella JACKSON is apparently a sister of Edmund Sandys JACKSON. SOURCE: Rootsweb Edwin Sandys Jackson of Jervis Street, born 13 January 1823, baptised 24 January 1823, St. Mary's church (COI) Dublin. Father: James Jackson, Mother: Sarah Jackson. NOTE: There was also a nephew of Isabella: Rev. Edwin Sandys JACKSON mentioned on my Dublin Probates page.

JACKSON, Martha and Richard GALWAY

1812

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Margaret HAWKINS

1812

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Sarah SINGLETON

1812

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William Henry and Cecilia WESTROP

1812

M.L.

William Henry JACKSON (1811-1877) was a son of Henry Vincent JACKSON and Sarah WARBURTON. NOTE: I suspect an error here as they wed in 1842 not 1812.

JACKSON, Alexander and Catherine PERRY

1813

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Charles Columbine and Louisa ARTHURE

1813

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Samuel and Fanny FOWLER

1813

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Jemima HUFFINGTON

1813

M.L.

I suspect that the James Huffington JACKSON whose will was probated in 1868 was their son.

JACKSON, Anna and John TUTHILL

1815

M.L.

Anna Strettle JACKSON b: 1793 in Cork d: 20 Mar 1844 in Rapla, Co. Tipperary married 12 May 1815 in St. Peters, Dublin John Tuthill b: 03 Jun 1793 in Lisnamrock Castle d: 13 Feb 1876 in Birr, Kings Co., Ireland.

JACKSON, Anne and Richard HARDING

1815

M.L,

 

JACKSON, Jane and William SCOTT

1815

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Margaretta and John Thomas HOUGHTON

1815

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Robert and Sarah FOCKE

1815

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Eleanor and Michael WILSON

1816

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Teresa EGAN

1816

M.L.

 

JACKSON,Thomas and Matilda GLYNN

1816

M.L.

 

JACKSON, George and Althea BATE

1817

M.L.

 

JACKSON, George Ernest Augustus and Emma HARBEN

1817

M.L.

George Ernest Augustus JACKSON was a son of Henry Vincent JACKSON & Sarah WARBURTON.

JACKSON, Grace and George M’DERMOT

1817

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Ann CRAWFORD

1817

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Mary and Rev. John ALDWORTH

1817

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Richard and Margaret MURRAY

1817

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Mary Ann O'FLAHERTY

1817

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Ann and Nathaniel JOHNSON

1818

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Ann and William SINTON

1818

M.L.

Possibly the SINTONs near Banbridge, Co. Down.

JACKSON, James Goss and Eliza RIGGS

1818

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Mary HAINES

1818

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Maria and Harpur GREENE

1818

M.L.

A possible clue could be in Deed: 475-588-307820. They married at St. Marys, Dublin on 14 November 1848. Her father was John JACKSON and she lived at 121 Upper Dorset St. He was a son of George GREENE, and was a merchant. See: Jacksons in St. Mary’s.

JACKSON, Richard and Mary Anne HARDY

1818

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William Patrick and Anna CRAMPTON

1818

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Jane and Edward HARTIGAN

1819

M.L.

SEE: St. Michan’s Church Records. Edward was a solicitor, of Queens Inns, Henrietta St., a son of Edward HARTIGAN. Jane was of De Vesci Place, Kingstown, a daughter of George JACKSON. It is possible that George JACKSON (aft 1744-1ft1820) was the solicitor son of George JACKSON (1718-1782) of Urker, Co. Armagh. There was also another George JACKSON, solicitor, in Dublin at the time.

JACKSON, Maria and William CAMPBELL

1819

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Matthew and Marianne ALEXANDER

1819

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Matthew and Rebecca TODD

1819

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Sarah and James MOORHEAD

1819

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Sarah Georgina and Thomas ANDERSON

1819

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Abigail and Joseph Fisher JOHNSON

1820

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Ann and Stephen Alcock MORRIS

1820

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Joseph and Elizabeth LAMBERT

1820

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Eliza and Hill Willson ROWAN

1821

M.L.

 The Cork Examiner, 25 February 1863  Feb. 21, at Dundalk, of bronchitis, Hill Willson Rowan, Esq., J.P., late of Sutton, Howth, in his 84th year.

JACKSON, Charlotte and Robert MARK

1822

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Louisa STAMER

1823

M.L.

On the 18th of November instant, in the Parish Church of St. Anne's, by the Honourable and Rev. John Pomeroy, John Jackson, Esq., of Armagh to Louisa, third daughter of Sir William Stamer, Bart. of Dawson-street.

SEE: 1877 Newsclipping.

SEE: Louisa JACKSON effects under £600 late of No 29 Upper Rathmines Co Dublin, widow d 1 Aug 1862 at same place granted to John STANLEY of City of Armagh, Solicitor, Uncle and Guardian during the minority of Louisa Stanley, Maria Stanley, Robert William Stanley, and John Stanley, grandchildren of said deceased and during the absence of Robert William JACKSON and Stamer JACKSON the Sons only surviving next of Kin of deceased.

JACKSON, Thomas and Anna Maria BAGNALL

1823

M.L.

 

JACKSON, James and Elizabeth HENDERSON

1825

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Jane and Robert NICHOLSON

1825

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Ann and William ORME

1826

M.L.

 WIlliam ORME of Glenmore & Abbeytown, Co. Mayo; Anne JACKSON daughter of George JACKSON & Anne CUFF.

JACKSON, Elizabeth Matilda and Thomas KETTLEWELL

1826

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Eliza PURCELL

1826

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Matthew Henry and Charlotte TROY

1826

M.L.

Westmeath Journal. 1826 Nov 2.  By Special License, at Lucan, on the 17th instant [Oct 17], Charlotte, only daughter of William Troy, Esq., of Viewmont, Co. Dublin, to Mathey [sic] H. Jackson, Esq. of Edenderry, King's County. NOTE: I suspect that he was Matthew Henry JACKSON, Esq. Solicitor, a son of Sir Robert William Jackson.

JACKSON, William and Charlotte WILLINGTON

1826

M.L.

William JACKSON of Ballymacky, Co. Tipperary, Ireland married 20 Jan 1826 in St. Mary's Parish, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland Charlotte WILLINGTON. SEE: JACKSON-MINCHIN tree.

JACKSON, Anna M. 1827   Westmeath Journal March 22, 1827. At Mountmellick, Queen's Co., Capt. W.W. Warburton, of the 67th Regiment, to Miss Jackson, daughter of the late Nathaniel Jackson, Esq. of said town. NOTE: This is Anna M. JACKSON. She would be one of the descendants of the Quaker JACKSON line.
JACKSON, Andrew, Rev. 1827   Westmeath Journal June 21, 1827. At Crossmolina, in the County of Mayo, the Reverend Andrew Jackson, of Enniscoe, to Mary Louisa, only daughter of the Rev. Edwin Stock, of Crossmolina Vicarage. SEE: Jacksons of Ennisco & Mayo. Also in rootsweb tree.
June 21, 1827.

JACKSON, Elijah and Sarah ATKINSON

1827

ML

 

JACKSON, Thomasina and James EVANS

1827

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Martha HENDY

1827

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Helena and Adam BEVERHOUDT

1828

M.L.

 Helena JACKSON (1806-1829) was a daughter of Thomas JACKSON (1782-1857) and Helena HALL (?-1881). They are the JACKSONs of Fanningstown. 1828 Feb 22. Limerick Evening Post. On Thursday last [January 31], by the Rev Mr CAMPBELL, at Tancy Church, near Dublin, Lieutenant BEVERHOUDT, 58th Regiment, to Helena, only daughter of Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Fanningstown, in this County. SEE: Jacksons of Duddington Also in rootsweb tree.

JACKSON, William Nelson 1828   On the 6th inst. [March 6] at Wells, Somerset, by the Rev. Wm. Stamer, the Rev. Wm. Nelson Jackson, of Youghall, Co. Cork, to Isabella, eldest Daughter of Colonel James Smith, of Cheltenham.
JACKSON, Frederick and Henrietta Vereker BRERETON 1828  

PRONI: T808/8258. Pre-grant 14 May 1828 of administration of Eugenia Jackson of Grange in Kings County widow deceased intestate, made to her daughter one of her next of kin, Eugenia Maria Curtis of Summerville, Booterstown, widow. Effects under £26 stack and Hamilton.

Dublin Grant 11 October 1828 of license for marriage of Frederick Jackson of Rathmines Road in St. Peter's Parish Dublin Esq. with Henrietta Vereker Brereton of Cullenswood Avenue in St. Peter's Parish Dublin spinster. Directed to the Minister of St. Peter's.
Searched for this marriage in following Dublin newspapers: Saunders, Dublin evening Post.

Pre-will made 29 September 1851 Irish probate 7 August 1852. Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex Esq. All wife Henrietta Vereker Jackson for life then equally among three children Frederick, Elizabeth and Henrietta, all minors and unmarried. Their guardians to be wife and David Brereton of York St., Dublin Esq. Executrix wife. Witnesses Hugh Daniel; Thomas WJ Bond; above extracted from Register of Court of Canterbury. Irish administration of above will 7 August 1852 of Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex, formerly of Harcourt St., Dublin, solicitor, deceased. Granted to George Stamer Brereton of 3 Lancaster Rd., Rathmines, Dublin. Esq. Maternal uncle and assigned Guardian of Elizabeth Jackson age 12; Frederick Jackson aged eight; and Henrietta Jackson age 6, children of deceased. Henrietta V. Jackson the widow having renounced. Etc. etc.

Proctor’s schedule of personal estate in Ireland of Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex but formerly Of Harcourt St., Dublin, who died 31 October 1851. Consists of no household furniture or leases. Money out on mortgage under £300. Cost do but not yet ascertained, under £1150 total £1450 sworn 3 August 1852 by George Stamer Brereton.

Dublin directories.
1849 Frederick Jackson solicitor 18 Parliament St.
Hundred and 84 Frederick Jackson solicitor one Leinster Terrace, wrath means.
No Frederick Jackson 1839
1842 to 1850 both inclusive Frederick Jackson 9 Harcourt St.South

1851 in 1852 Frederick Jackson 50 Great Brunswick St. solicitor.

JACKSON, Samuel and Jane RICE

1828

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Ellen BYERS

1828

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Gordon and Mary BOCHE alias WINECHIP

1829

M.L.

Dr. Gordon JACKSON (1794-1849) a son of Thomas JACKSON and Anne GORDON from Lisnaboe, Co. Meath. He married a Mary ROCHE August 29, at St. Nicholas Without, Dublin. BOCHE is an oft repeated transcription error.

JACKSON, Harriet and Henry CLUFF

1829

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Joseph and Margaret GIBTON

1829

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Mary and James MOVLES

1829

ML.

 

JACKSON, Eliza Anne and William BIDLER

1831

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Elizabeth and William WARD

1831

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Henry and Eliza GIBBON

1831

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Mary and John Edward DU VAL

1831

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Anne RIGGS

1831

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Hannah and William GILBERT

1832

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Henrietta and Thomas GILBERT

1832

M.L.

 

JACKSON, James and Matilda WALKER

1832

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Maria and Richard CUNNINGHAM

1832

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Bridget and Henry ASHCROFT

1833

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Elizabeth and Nicholas GRATTAN

1833

M.L.

I suspect this is the Nicholas GRATTAN (b. March 23, 1808- abt 1866). He was born in Killeagh, and died in Cork. He was a medical doctor, and also had a son Nicholas GRATTAN who died Aug 29, 1896.

JACKSON, Elizabeth and Richard TRONSON

1833

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Frances and Crawford SHORTT

1834

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Jane 1835   Westmeath. March 26, 1835. On the 12th instant [March 12], by the Rev. Moses BLACK, of Kilmore, Mr. James WATSON, of Turminin, to Jane, daughter of Mr. William Jackson, of Burneymaghery.

JACKSON, Elizabeth and James FLEETWOOD

1835

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Ellen and John CLOUGHLY

1835

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Robert Whitfield and Mabella O'FLAHERTIE

1836

M.L.

I suspect he was the son of William and Sarah Sophia JACKSON  of Co. Carlow Church of Ireland records, baptised Jan 19, 1800.

JACKSON, Thomas and Margaret LEWIS

1837

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Frederick and Henrietta Voreker BRERETON

1838

M.L.

Marriage of FREDERICK JACKSON of RATHMINES ROAD and HENRIETTA VEREKER BRERETON of CULLENSWOOD AVENUE  They married at St. Peters and St. Kevins on 13 October 1838

JACKSON, Joshua and Susannah Hannah KEEGAN alias DALY, widow.

1838

M.L.

 AKA KEGAN?

JACKSON, Frances and James MITCHELL

1839

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Elizabeth and Thomas BULLOCK

1840

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Esther and William BANNON

1840

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Jane and John REILLY

1841

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Anne and James FINCH

1842

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Hannah BARKER

1842

M.L.

They married at St. Catherines Church on 11 February 1842

Marriage of JOHN JACKSON of N/R and HANNAH BARKER of DONNY BROOK

JACKSON, Sarah and John GEORGE

1842

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Jane and Thomas SCARRY

1843

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Mary Henrietta SPARROW

1843

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Kate and Samuel CONNOLLY

1843

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Sidney Vaughan and Frances JONES

1843

M.L.

Sydney Vaughan JACKSON effects under £600 late of Ballina Co. Mayo, Esq d 4 Oct 1872 granted at Ballina to Frances JACKSON of Ballina Widow of said deceased. NOTE: AKA James Sydney Vaughan JACKSON, son of George JACKSON (1775-1836) & Sidney VAUGHAN. Wife was Frances Alice JONES (b 1825 Dublin). SEE: rootsweb tree

JACKSON, Eliza and John MILLIKIN

1845

ML.

 

JACKSON, Francis and Frances BARTON

1845

M.L.

Marriage of FRANCIS JACKSON of DENZILL ST and FRANCES BARTON of MABBORST  married at St. Marks on 29 December 1845. He was a Gent , son of Robert JACKSON, Gent. She was a daughter of Robert BARTON, a professor of Music.

JACKSON, John and Harriet BOWRA

1845

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Anna and Charles Henry LLOYD

1846

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Isaac and Hannah GLAZEBROOK

1846

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Anna O'BRIEN

1846

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Joseph Hardy and Sophia Bond WOOD

1846

M.L.

Letters of Administration (with the will annexed) of the personal estate of Joseph Hardy JACKSON formerly a Captain in her Majesties 5th Dragoon Guards late of No. 29 Coburgh-place in the County of the City of Dublin died July 14, 1862 at same place granted at Principal Registry to Sophia JACKSON (otherwise WOOD) of No. 29 Coburgh-place widow of deceased, the universal Legatee. Effects: Under £158

JACKSON, Sophia Jane and William HENNESSY

1846

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Thomas and Sarah HENDY

1846

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Dorcas Hill and Forde LEATHLEY

1847

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Catherine Anne and Thomas ROCHFORT

1848

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Eliza and Samuel MAHOOD

1848

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Mary (alias Hughes) and John M'GINN

1848

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Mary Hannah and Marcus IGOE

1848

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Elizabeth Gertrude and Abraham WELLS

1849

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Emily Sophia and Rev. Jeremiah GAVIN

1849

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Celia  and Henry ELVIDGE

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Eleanor Louisa and William MARSHALL

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Elias George and Ellen WIGGINS

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Elizabeth and Thomas CORBET

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Harriet and Henry GEORGE

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, James and Maria JACKSON

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, John and Catherine RODDON alias O'NEILL

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Maria and James JACKSON

1850

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Anne and Bartholomew VANHOMRIGH

1851

M.L.

I suspect that he was a descendant of Bartholomew VANHOMRIGH, father of Esther, the muse of Jonathon SWIFT.

JACKSON, Arabella and Charles SMYTH

1851

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Henry and Sarah Edward CAROLIN

1851

M.L.

 

JACKSON, James and Barbara Lydia IRELAND

1851

M.L.

Barbara Lydia JACKSON late of 3 Stanley Villas, Rathgar, Co. Dublin, widow, died Feb 28, 1907 granted at Dublin to Richard H. WHEELER, Stockbroker and Frederick C.V. IRELAND D.I. R.I.C. Effects £2,100 3s 10d.

JACKSON, Jane and Joseph INGERSOLL

1851

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Robert William and Jane Eliza CONOLLY

1851

M.L.

 

JACKSON, James and Elizabeth KING

1852

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Lewis Henry and Susan Emma DAVIS

1852

M.L.

Lewis Henry Jackson b: 1825 d: 08 Jan 1865. See: Ballyboy JACKSONs of Kings Co.

JACKSON, Mary Anne and Thomas NEALE

1852

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Maria BROWN

1852

M.L.

St. George’s Church records. William JACKSON, a servant at Barber Vill House, Co. Westmeath. His father, James JACKSON, was a turnkey at Kilmainham Jail. Maria, also a servant, was a daughter of Richard BROWN. They married on 14 January 1852.

JACKSON, Catherine and Bucknor LANE

1853

M.L.

 

JACKSON, George and Emily WYLEY

1853

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Thomas and Maria Frances BERNARD

1853

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Benjamin and Deborah JACKSON

1855

M.L.

See Also: JACKSON, Deborah and Benjamin JACKSON

JACKSON, Deborah and Benjamin JACKSON

1855

ML.

See Also: JACKSON, Benjamin and Deborah JACKSON

JACKSON, Frances and Michael LALOR

1855

M.L.A.

 

JACKSON, Joshua Joseph and Susan Fawcett TOMLINSON

1855

M.L.

They married on 27 Mar 1855, at St. Peters Church, Dublin. They are in my Rootsweb Tree.

JACKSON, Mary Jane Ewing and David BLIZARD

1855

M.L.

 

JACKSON, William and Maria JONES

1855

M.L.

 

JACKSON, Charlotte and Robert JACKSON

1856

M.L.A.

 

JACKSON, Robert and Charlotte JACKSON

1856

M.L. A.

 

JACKSON, Robert and Mary Anne ODLUM

1856

M.L.A.

Robert Jackson b: Abt. 1831 d: 30 Sep 1915 in Killavilla, Roscrea Kings Co. married  Mary Anne Odlum b: Abt. 1833 d: Jun 1909

See: Ballyboy JACKSONs of Kings Co.

JACKSON, Selina Elizabeth and Henry BASTABLE

1856

M.L.A.

 

JACKSON, Susan Louisa and Richard JOHNSTON

1856

M.L.A.

They married at St. Peters on 1 May 1856. He was an architect at 93 Leinster Rd., son of George JOHNSTON, and she was the daughter of Joseph JACKSON and Catherine TROTTER, a merchant. They are in my Rootsweb tree.

JACKSON, George and Jane HANLON

1857

ML. A.

 

JACKSON, Jane and James SWEETMAN

1857

M.L.A.

 

JACKSON, John and Elizabeth CRAMPTON

1857

M.L.A.

 

JACKSON, Mary (alias PIGOTT) and John ROBERTS

1857

M.L. A.

 

JACKSON, Molesworth Greene and Eliza HUMLEY

1857

M.L.A.

Molesworth Green JACKSON - Late Commander of Her Majesties Ship “Octavia” d 26 Feb 1868 Malta proved by Eliza JACKSON of Brighton Terrace near Kingstown Co Dublin, widow. NOTE: Commander M.G. JACKSON, R.N., wounded on HMS Octavia off Abyssinian Coast, landed too weak to continue to England, 5th March 1868. Source: Malta Family History.

JACKSON, Ealy and George SAUNDERS

1867

M.L.A.

I suspect that the Robert Saunders JACKSON whose will was probated in 1909 was related.

 

 

 

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