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1766 Religious Census – JACKSONs NOTE: I have yet to post research on the JACKSONs of Tyrone & Fermanagh – and will include links when I do.
Sharon Oddie Brown June 13, 2019

 

1766 Religious Census – JACKSONs

 

 

Forename

Townland

Parish

Country

Notes

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Crumlin

Co. Dublin

Protestant

Alex

 

Aghaloo & Carnteel

Co. Tyrone

Protestant

NOTE: It is possible that this was Alexander JACKSON husband of Mary FAIRBROTHER. His father was a James JACKSON of Spinianstown, Co. Wicklow. SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

Archibald

Bovevagh

Bovevagh

Londonderry

Dissenter SEE: JACKSONs in Co. Londonderry and the JACKSONs of Newtownlimavady and the Roe Valley

George

Liscalgot

Creggan

Armagh

Protestant

NOTE: This is the schoolmaster of Creggan School from 1737-abt 1780. SEE: Jackson Family - Five Generations

George, Rev

 

Dromin

Louth

Established Church

NOTE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

Hugh

 

Dunganstown

Wicklow

Protestant

Hugh

 

Wicklow

Wicklow

Protestant

James

Newtownlimavady

Drumachose

Londonderry

Dissenter SEE: JACKSONs in Co. Londonderry

James

 

Seapatrick

Down

Protestant

James

 

Dromiskin

Louth

Papist

NOTE: Dromiskin  Parish of Dromiskin, Barony of Louth -  it is ten miles south of Dundalk. Need to look for clues in FORTESCUE leases.

John

Carrick

Bovevagh

Londonderry,

Dissenter

SEE: JACKSONs in Co. Londonderry and the JACKSONs of Newtownlimavady and the Roe Valley.

John

Bovevagh

Bovevagh

Londonderry

Dissenter SEE: JACKSONs in Co. Londonderry and the JACKSONs of Newtownlimavady and the Roe Valley.

John

 

Kinawley

Fermanagh

Protestant

Joshua

Anahorish

Artrea

Londonderry

Established Church

Owen

The Five Towns

Creggan

Louth

Papist

NOTE: “Owen Jackson” is an usual name in Ireland. It is seen in 1560 at Kendal, Westmorland. See footnote on Robert JACKSONs 1659 will.

NOTE: The Five Towns or tates of Creggan now include 10 townlands: Annaghvacky, Cavananore, Clonaleenaghan, Courtbane, Killyclessy, Rassan,,Shanmullagh, Sheelagh, Tawnamore, Treagh

Richard

Tullyvallen

Creggan

Armagh

Protestant.

NOTE: He is possibly the father of George JACKSON (abt 1718-1782) of Liscalgot & Urker.

Roger

 

Lisburn

Down & Antrim

Protestant

NOTE: See: 1709 Will for a likely ancestor or relation. SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

Thomas

 

Kinawley

Fermanagh

Protestant

William

 

Kinawley

Fermanagh

Protestant

William

Congo

Drumglass

Tyrone

Protestant

William

 

Crumlin

Dublin

Protestant

William (1)

 

Aghaloo & Carnteel

Tyrone

Protestant

William (2)

 

Aghaloo & Carnteel

Tyrone

Protestant

William (3)

 

Aghaloo & Carnteel

Tyrone

Protestant

               

 

 

 

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