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JACKSONs in Kellys Handbook to the Titled Classes 1982 ed. My interest is mostly with those who had some connection to Ireland, so I have added notes to indicate their connections.
Sharon Oddie Brown June 6, 2019

JACKSONs in Kellys Handbook to the Titled Classes 1982 ed.

P 441-442

My Notes

Jackson, bp.; vide London ; also Antigua.

 

Jackson, maj.-gen. Chas., at battle of Punniar 1843.

 

Jackson, rev. Frederick Christian, B.a. Cantab ; J.P.Cornwall; rector from 1853, of Grade and Ruan Minor,Helston(390l.).

 

Jackson, lt.. Geo.; in Bundelcund 1842; Punjaub campaign 1848-9; B. S.C.: Cairn Ryan Lodge, Preston, Brighton.

 

Jackson, Henry, J.P. Glamorganshire: Penrhos House, Pontypridd.

 

Jackson, Sir Henry.Mather, 3 bart (1869), eld. s. of 2 bart., Q.C., M.P. (d. 1881); 6. 1855; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1881 : J.P. Monmouthshire: 61 Portland pi., W\i Llantilio Court, Abergavenny.

 

Jackson, Howard, North Reston Hall, Louth.

 

Jackson, H. J., s. of late J. Jackson, solicitor; a registrar in Chancery from 1879 ; Royal Courts of Justice, W.C.

 

Jackson, John Ley, only s. of late J. Jackson, of Wakefield: 6. 1815: J.P. Northants: 24 Binswood avenue, Learnington.

 

Jackson, John Peter, young, s. of Sir Wm. Jackson, 1 bart.: 6. 1843; m. 1869, Florence, dau. of W. Evans: J.p. Derbyshire: Stubben Edge, Chesterfield; Reform, Whitehall.

 

Jackson, rev. Jno. Russell, M.A. Cantab; J.p. Lincolnshire (chm. quart, sess. and petty sess. at Spalding); vicar from 1866 of Moulton, Spalding (700/.).

 

Jackson, Jonathan, s. of J. Jackson, of Brooklands, Lancashire: 6.1837: j.p. Lancashire: Vale house, Garstang.

 

Jackson, Sir Keith Geo., 4 bart.(1815); b. 1842; m. 1875, Alice, dau. of C. F. Montresor, B.C.S.: Hamilton, Canada.

 

Jackson, sir Louis Stuart, C.I.E.. only survg. s. of late lt.-col. H. G. Jackson, R.A.by dau. of W. Cecil, Moreton Jeffries, co. Hereford b. 1824; m. 1804, Louisa, dan. of late lt.-gen. Staveley, c.B. and sis. of lt.-gen. sir C. Staveley, K.C.S.I.; B.C.S. 1843-80: puisne judge of high court at Calcutta 1862-8n. knighted in 1880: 2 Elm park suspense Fulham gduii.. S.W.

 

Jackson, lt.-col. Robert Raynsford, eld. s. of late Capt. Jackson, KN.: b.1823: j.p. Lancashire; hon. col. 3 Lancashire artill. vol. from 1868: Lostock Hall,Walton-le-Dale, Dr. Preston.

 

Jackson, brig.-surg. Robt. Wm, C.B.: in Crimea with 90 foot, in Indian mutiny, at relief of Lucknow, capture of Calpee, in med. charge of field hosp. in Ashanti 1873.

 

Jackson, Thomas, Eltham Park, Eltham, Kent.

 

Jackson, Thomas Boyes, Kristen Grange. Hull.

 

Jackson, Thos. Hughes, 3. s. of Sir Wm. Jackson, 1 bart: b, 1834; m. 1862, Hermine, dau. of D. Meinertzbagen, of Wimbledon: J. p. Cheshire: Manor house, Claughton, Birkenhead j Gym Castle, Holywell; Reform.

 

Jackson,Washington, eld. s. of Washington Jackson, of Ballibay, co. Monaghan (d. 1865): J.P. Warwickshire: 41 Belgrave sq. S.W.; Carlton; Town Thorns, near Rugby.

See JACKSON of Lisnaboe.

Jackson, William, Oak Bank, Scotby, Carlisle.

 

Jackson, Wm.,F.S.A., only child of late S. Jackson, of Barkstone, co. Lincoln: b. 1823: J.P.Cumberland: Fleatham ho. St. Bees, by Carnforth.

Fleetham, St. Bees, Whitehaven. He was a noted local historian.

Jackson, Wm. Goddard, eld. s. of W. G. Jackson, of Duddington D.I,.: b. 1835: in. 1804, Selina, dau. ot lat6 lt.-gen. W. A. Johnson, of Wytham, Lincolui-hiie: J.p. Northants (sheriff 1878) and Liberty of Peterboro': Duddington, Stamford.

See: Duddington JACKSONs.

Probably a son of William Goddard JACKSON, of Wisbech, and of Mount Maskell, North Cray, Kent who married Harriet, daughter of Matthew Burchall, Esq., and sister of William John Burchall, LLB, the African traveler and naturalist. Their son was a William Goddard JACKSON.

Jackson, Wm. Lawies, eld.s. of late Wm. Jackson, of Leeds; b. 1840; m. 1860 Grace, dau. of Geo. Tempest; a tanner and leather merchant at Leeds and director of Leeds Exchange; M.P. (C) Leeds from 1880: Allerton Hall, Chapel Allerton, nr. Leeds.

William Lawies Jackson  (1st Baron Allerton) born at Otley, near Leeds, son of William JACKSON (d. 1858) a leather merchant and tanner. He started out in the leather industry, and worked his way up, and became a Secretary for Ireland. SEE: WIKI. & thepeerage.

Jackson, lady.—Catherine C. dau. of T. Elliott, Wakefield ; m. sir G. Jackson, K.C.H. (d.).

 

Jackson, Mrs. Caroline, young, dau. of late J. Gilbert, M.D., of Rainham, Kent: m. 1M68, T. T. Jackson, J.P., D.L. (d. 1881): Langnaui hotel, London, W.; Neyiand, Pembrokeshire.

 

Jackson, lady.—Elizabeth, dau. of T. B, Blackburne, Grange, Birkenhead ; m. 1864, sir Henry Mather Jackson, 2 bart., Q.C., M.P. (d. 1881) : 61 Portland pi. W. L'antilio Court, Abergavenny

See Henry Mather JACKSON above.

Jackson, hon. Mrs. Susan Frances, sis. of 5 baron Hotham; b. 1843; m. Rev. Alexander Cosby Jackson, grands, of late rear adm. sir. Peter Halkett, 6 bart.: curate from 1879, of Bryngwyn, Newport, Mon.

Rev. Alexander Crosby JACKSON had lands in Co. Kildare. SEE: ROD: 1888-49-188 I suspect he was a descendant of Maj.-Gen. Alexander Cosby Jackson (1772-1827) SEE: the peerage.

 

 

 

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