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Sometimes it is hard to see the forest for the trees. Much of this data is in various other documents on my site, so this is simply another way of looking at it. Perhaps with a fresh perspective. All three of these Jackson family trees deserve more attention, as do the strays who are yet to be connected.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 28, 2015
Updated July 18, 2016. Carrigeen HUNT-JACKSON

Townlands & parishes in Co. Kildare connected to Jacksons

 

Thomas JACKSON (d 1690) from England - of Athgarvan & Kineagh, Co. Kildare

Quaker Tree –Nicholas Jackson (of Seawaite Lancashire)

Ballygibbon Jacksons– from mid 1840s on my site, which connects to a Daniel JACKSON (b,1726-1815) on an Ancestry tree.

 

See Also:

·       JACKSONs in Voters Register 1835 - 1839 Co Kildare.

·       Kildare Valuations.

·       JACKSONs of Wexford, Wicklow & some Kildare

·       Notes on Deeds of JACKSONs in Co. Kildare – updated June 2015 with dozens of new additions.

 

I welcome correction and/or additions. This is a 26 page document and there is bound to be room for improvement. NOTE:

·       It is not always clear when documents are referring to a parish or to a townland. A case in point is Fontstown which can be both.

·       Both Narragh and Reban East & West are in Co. Kildare, and also in the Diocese of Dublin.

·       Some townland names are linked to maps in Irish Townlands. Not all of them are on the site.

·       Not all the probates are entered, and deeds etc. are entered.

·       NARRAGHMORE, a par. in the bars, of East and West Narragh and Reban, Kilkea, and Moone, co. Kildare, prov. of Leinster, Ireland, 2 miles N. of Ballitore, its post town. It is 7 miles long by 2J broad. The surface is somewhat hilly, including the hill of Carmen. The river Greis traverses part of the interior. The living is a rect. and vie. in the dioc. of Dublin, val. 506, in the patron, of the archbishop. The church has recently been put into repair. There are two Roman Catholic chapels and a National school ; also a police station. Narraghmore House, the chief residence, was burnt down in 1798. Blackrath Castle and the fort of Mullamast are interesting objects of antiquity.  The National Gazetteer Vol III, 1868

Jacksons in Co Kildare
The numbers in the Parish column in the chart beneath refer to the numbering scheme used by Brian Mitchell in the New Genealogical Atlas.  This a book that I recommend that every researcher have at their fingertips.

 

 

Townland

Parish

Barony

Acres

Notes

Athgarvan aka Athgarvan and Blackrath

Greatconnell

#47

Connell

1,312

Thomas JACKSON was Granted the lands of Athgarvan and Kennagh in Kildare by the Crown for services under William III. He built Stone House of Monistrevan [aka Monastereven]. NOTE: The family lost this property, and son William JACKSON then leased land in Parish of Narraghmore.

Athy

Churchtown

#24

St. John's

#94

St. Michaels

#95

Narragh and Reban West

Town

 

52

 

162

July 15, 1709: Daniel JACKSON, a tanner in: ROD: 2-437-552 . Between Wentworth CAVANAGH, Gent of Athy, Co. Kildare & Daniel JACKSON of same, tanner. Indenture of release in consideration of sum of 40 pounds., all that and those the houses and holdings of William ADDIS in the Market Street of Athy containing 84 feet to the front in the same street eastward and to the river backwards 143 ft. with the 7 acres & 23 perches … for natural life of said Wentworth CAVANAGH, his son James CAVANAGH & Beshell WESTON son of son of Thomas WESTON of Athy.. rent 8 pounds 6p, Signed Daniell JACKSON [his mark] WITNESSES: John CHAPMAN & John CONNELL.

JACKSON Daniel Tanner of Athy, Kildare made his mark, rather than signed. NOTE:  Of interest is the connection of JACKSONs to the trade of tanning in Drogheda, various places in Co. Down & also in Dublin. There was also a Daniel JACKSON who was the son of a John JACKSON who was an infant in 1688 when his deceased father’s lands in Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh were awarded in trust.

Nov 12, 1718, ROD 21-466-12148  John JACKSON of Athy leased lands of Currageen cont 630 acres, Barony of Kilkea and Moon, Co. Kildare.. lives of said John JACKSON & Sarah his wife.

Nov 29, 1722, ROD 34-417-22149 John JACKSON Farmer of Dug house next to market place at Athy + one other house backside and Garden in Athy bound by holdings of Charles CAVANAGH & Richard ELLIS, all in possession of John JACKSON, to hold for lives of Jacob JACKSON son of John JACKSON; John JACKSON, son of John JACKSON and Sarah JACKSON, wife of John JACKSON  

 

Mar 3, 1722 . ROD: 36-98-21713. a Daniel JACKSON is a Maulster of Athy who is owed money by John BENNETT of Queens Co. Is the same one who was a tanner? Or a son?

 

The tanner connection shows up again in ROD: 43-421-2880 : May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly [likely Glassely, Barony of Narragh & Reban East - where so many JACKSONs resided] , Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy from Robert JACKSON to Josiah JACKSON for 22 years

Ballindrom aka Ballindrum

Narraghmore

#85

Kilkea and Moone

662

1734 & 1739 Josiah JACKSON deeds.

On the 20th November, 1691, a lease for 21 years is granted to Samuel Jackson of Glassealy, gent. By Sir William Tichborn of the County Louth, of the lands of Glassely, Ballyadam, and the Ballindrum. In the Glassealy churchyard there is a tombstone to the memory of the Samuel Jackson, “who lived for 55 years in Glassealy, and died in 1731 aged eighty-eight”.

“Here lies Samuel Jackson who / Eud [si] 55 years in Glassely and died / yr 7th of May, 1731, in the 88th year of his life.”

ROD 79:7:54258 1734 Oct 10 Reg 11/10/1734
Mortgage by way of Lease & Release. Josias Jackson, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare – 858 acres 3 roods 1 perch
Held under lease made by Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare to 1P for lives of Anne, wife of Josias, Josias, jun & Sarah Jackson, daughter of Josias. Said Anne is dec’d. Release conditional on payment of £120 + interest

ROD: 91:72:63376 1738 Apr 25
Mortgage by way of Lease & Release. Josias Jackson, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare
Lives added subject to covenant of renewal in lease 20/10/1734 from Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare
Josias Jackson, jun, Samuel Jackson & Sarah Jackson, the sons & daughter of Josias Jackson
Release conditional on payment of £200 + interest.

Ballitore

Timolin

#104

Narragh and Reban East

637

Feb 3, 1709, ROD: 3-370-1077. Henry BUCKLEY, Clerk, of Dublin City Witness Deed; John CONNELL, clerk of Dublin City, witness deed. Abel STRETTEL, merchant of Dublin City of 1st part. Isaac JACKSON [abt 1665-1751], farmer of Ballitore, Co. Kildare of 2nd part. House & land at Ballatore, Kildare, for 20 years at £12pa. Pan Gran Parabow SKYNNER of Dublin City; James STAR, of Bellatore, Co. Kildare; Bruen WORTHINGTON, Notary Public, Registrar of Dublin City NOTE: Quakers settled at Ballitore. Isaac JACKSON is included in my Quaker Jackson Tree and was one of those who emigrated to America.

1779 Oct 1 ROD - William JACKSON, victualler of Ballytore

Ballybarney

Davidstown

#30

Narragh & Reban East

394

Death place of Elizabeth BROWNE (1810-1848)

Ballydam aka Ballyadam aka Balladams

Narraghmore

#85

Narragh & Reban East

93

1734 & 1739 Josiah JACKSON deeds. NOTE: I suspect he is connected to this line of Jacksons, but do not yet have the link. The parish of Narraghmore is on the southern border of Davidstown,

Samuel JACKSON (1643-1731)

On the 20th November, 1691, a lease for 21 years is granted to Samuel Jackson of Glassealy, gent. By Sir William Tichborn of the County Louth, of the lands of Glassely, Ballyadam, and the Ballindrum. In the Glassealy churchyard there is a tombstone to the memory of the Samuel Jackson, “who lived for 55 years in Glassealy, and died in 1731 aged eighty-eight”.

“Here lies Samuel Jackson who / Eud [si] 55 years in Glassely and died / yr 7th of May, 1731, in the 88th year of his life.”

ROD 79:7:54258 1734 Oct 10 Reg 11/10/1734
Mortgage by way of Lease & Release. Josias Jackson, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare – 858 acres 3 roods 1 perch
Held under lease made by Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare to 1P for lives of Anne, wife of Josias, Josias, jun & Sarah Jackson, daughter of Josias. Said Anne is dec’d. Release conditional on payment of £120 + interest

ROD: 91:72:63376 1738 Apr 25
Mortgage by way of Lease & Release. Josias Jackson, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare
Lives added subject to covenant of renewal in lease 20/10/1734 from Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare
Josias Jackson, jun, Samuel Jackson & Sarah Jackson, the sons & daughter of Josias Jackson
Release conditional on payment of £200 + interest

Ballygibbon East

Ballygibbone West

Carrick

#21

Carbury

568

 

758

Ballygibbon Trees & Ballygibbon Snippets

ROD: 1841-21-241. Marriage settlement dated March 14 1839 btw William JACKSON of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare. Gent of the 1st pt & Matthew JACKSON of Edenderry, Kings Co., Gentleman and miller, son of William JACKSON. Of 2nd pt. Margaret FAWCETT eldest daughter of Thomas FAWCETT of Edenderry of 3rd pt. Thomas FAWCETT, father of Margaret of 4th pt. marriage was intended shortly ot be had.. lands of Ballygibbon jointure, Parish and Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare containing 222acres 2 roods 32 perches for life of William JACKSON or for term of 21 years…92 acres was in the actual possession and control of William JACKSON… lengthy deed.

NOTE: Jacksons held leases at the time of Griffiths Valuation.

ROD: 1898-17-228. 1898 Mar 12. JACKSON – certification of title lands of Ballygibbon West containing 115 acres 3r 29 p statute measure, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare – fee simple. William JACKSON farmer of Ballygibbon West, Edenderry, Kings Co,

ROD: 1898-19-178. 1898 Mar 21. JACKSON-JACKSON

Indenture of assignment 18 Mar 1898 btw Richard JACKSON of Killenane, Co. Kildare, farmer of the one part and John JACKSON of Fairview, Dunlavin, Co. Kildare, rate collector. Of the other part. Reciting indenture of lease Aug 10 1841 and made between William Truelock BOOKEY of 1st pt & John JACKSON of 2nd pt and Richard JACKSON of 3rd pt where Richard JACKSON as beneficial owner did assign to John JACKSON lands of Canny Court containing 76 acres, Parish of Gilltown, Barony of South Naas, Co. Kildare. NOTE: Canny Court aka Kennycourt, parish of Gilltown, Barony of Naas South, where Richard JACKSON leased 122 acres at time of Griffiths Valuation.

Daniel JACKSON late of Ballygibbon Co Kildare d 3 May 1875 Jane JACKSON widow. Effects under £450. NOTE: Based on naming patterns and geography, I suspect a connection to a later generation Daniel JACKSON, age 14 in the 1901 Census, son of William JACKSON, age 53 (hence b. 1848). This latter family is included in my Ballygibbon JACKSONs.

 

Esther JACKSON late of Ballygibbon, Co Kildare widow d 2 Mar 1887 proved by William JACKSON of same place. Effects 296 2s 5d resworn £556 2s 5d.

 

Jane JACKSON late of Ballygibbon Co Kildare widow d 25 Oct 1888 at same place proved by Williamina JACKSON of same place, spinster, sole executrix. Effects £227 2s

Ballyhagen

Carbury

#17

Carbury

1,115

ROD: 1903-47-148. 1903 Jul 6. Anne JACKSON of Ballyhagan, Carbury, Co. Kildare, widow & Benjamin WALKER of Martin’s Row, Chapelizod, Co. Dublin Esq. of one part & rural council of Edenderry…under Settled Land Acts 1882-1890 as owners in fee… conveyed to Council. part of townland of Killinagh Lower, Parish of Kilpatrick, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare – 2 roods 16 perches.

Anne JACKSON Probate March 8, 1916. Late of Ballyhagan House Carbury, Co. Kildare, Widow who died December 16, 1915 granted at Dublin to John W. MORAN Agent & Christopher MORAN Solicitor. Effects £1,516 1s 4d. Resworn £1,550 1s 4d. NOTE: There is an Anne JACKSON, age 56, wife of James D. JACKSON, farmer of Ballygibbon, West, Carbury, Co. Kildare in the 1911 Census. Both were born in Co. Kildare, and both are COI. They had been married 11 years, and had no children. They are also in the 1901 Census.I doubt that this was her since on June 6, 1903, Memorial 1903-47-148 Anne JACKSON widow conveyed to Council.part of townland of Killinagh Lower, Parish of Kilpatrick, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare – 2 roods 16 perches.

Beech Lawn

Davidstown

#30

Narragh & Reban East

 

Residence of John JACKSON & Mary CUNDELL

 

James JACKSON, probate of will & 3 codicils, late of Beechlawn, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare, Farmer who died December 15, 1916 granted at Dublin to Henry WINDER and William COOPER, Farmers. Effects £1,801 1s. Resworn £2,141 1s.

NOTE: Kilcullen, Killelan, and Graney are also given as parishes where Davidstown [or Davidstown House] was located. There are 6 townlands as well as a Parish named Davidstown. In short, I do not know where Beech Lawn is.

Blackhill

Oughterard

#88

South Salt

175

 Nov 28, 1719, ROD: 25-145-14415 Robert JACKSON of Blackhill, Co. Kildare, brother of John JACKSON and Henry JACKSON, leased lands of Woodtown, Co. Meath. Earlier deed April 20, 1713: Woodtown, in Ratoath (bar.) MEA from Thomas CARTER unto Robert JACKSON (then of Blackhall, Kildare) excepting 33a 2r set unto Richard HARRISON for 3 lives  (172a plantation) for lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON, brother of said Robert; & John JACKSON, brother of said Robert paying C £50.12s. for first 5 years then £60.4s. for 2 yrs then £68.16s. Ster for remainder

NOTE: My hunch is that this is actually Blackhall, Parish of Davidstown, B. Narragh & Reban East. SEE: ROD 60-354-41819. Henry JACKSON, farmer of Blackall, Co. Kildare to John TAYLOR, Brewer of Dublin City of sd lands for remainder of term, void on repayment of £68 ster + interest. In 1712 June 11, Murrough BOYLE, Rt. Hon Lord Viscount Blessington  to Henry JACKSON part  of Blackall in Co Kildare, then in possess'n of Henry JACKSON on road from Rathmore to Ballymore Eustace, bnd by lands of Punchestown and of Walshestowne, Royalties & cert'n Rights excepted, 24 years at £8 ster pa. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: William MUNKITTRICK & Robert BOYTON, Clerk to BOYLE & John SMITH, public notary of Dublin City. NOTE:  Henry JACKSON was likely the same one who was a brother of Robert.

Bray Lower

Bray Upper

St. Michaels

#95

Kilkea and Moone

326

240

Annfield House, Bray, Athy. Note the overlap of the Parish of St. Michaels with the Barony of Athy & with Kilkea & Moon. NOTE: It is in Bray Lower.

Caroline JACKSON late of Annefield House Athy Co Kildare d 25 May 1896 granted to Robert Hall JACKSON of Annefield House, the husband farmer, effects £238 10s 10d. NOTE: See notes on the probate for Robert Hall JACKSON d. 1912.

Brewel East (or Merville)

Brewel West

Usk

#108

Narragh and Reban East

418

 

301

 Mary JACKSON 23 November 1904 probate. Late of Brewel, Est Colbinstown, Co. Kildare, Widow. D. 23 Mar 1903. Granted at Dublin to Henry Fay, Farmer. Effects £419 NOTE: I suspect she was the widow of House 9 in Brewel East, Usk, Co. Kildare age 65 (hence b1836) in the 1901 Census. She was Roman Catholic, as was her daughter living with her. They were Farmers. Henry C. FAY also lived in Brewel East, was age 30 and married to Mary, who may have been a daughter of Mary JACKSON.

ROD: 1893-36-147 JACKSON – Kate MURRAY
Memorial of a deed of charge btw William JACKSON, farmer and his wife both of Brewel, Co. Kildare of 1 pt & Kate MURRAY of Fryanstown, Co. Wicklow… land of Brewel 32 acres, Barony of Narragh & Reban East, Co. Kildare. To Kate MURRAY….Michael LYNCH of Naas, law clerk, subscribed as witness.

Calverston,

Ballyshannon

#10

Davidstown

#30

Offally West

 

Narragh and Reban East

 

William JACKSON d btw 1779-1784

NOTE: Ballyshannon is on the Northwestern border of Davidstown.

ROD: 328-473-221775 1779 Jan 1 His will: William JACKSON of Calverston, wheelright, Co Kildare his will: to his wife Else JACKSON yearly sum of 5 pound daughter Elizabeth MURPHY otherwise JACKSON, Hannah TULLARE [or FULFOR?] otherwise JACKSON, Mary LAWLER otherwise JACKSON Christian TOOLE otherwise JACKSON & Sarah JACKSON married KARR 3 sons: William JACKSON of Calverston, Co. Kildare was a weaver; David JACKSON & John JACKSON

 

Residence of Henry JACKSON (b. abt 1833- d. bet 1901-1911)

There was a road that went from Calverstown to Monastereven

NOTE: 1901 Census includes Davidstown in Parish of Ballyshannon. See beneath.

Calverstown

Calverstown Demesne

Calverstown Little

Davidstown

#30

Narragh & Reban East

786

223

 

407

George JACKSON late of Calverston Co Kildare, farmer d 21 Feb 1873 at same place - granted to Henry JACKSON, famer of same place & son. Effects under £300. NOTE: There is a George JACKSON, b. aft 1811, son of Richard JACKSON and Anne EDWARDS of Fontstown, Barony of Narraghagh & Reban East who may be a fit in the Thomas JACKSON of Co. Kildare tree.

Carrigeen North

Carrigeen South

Carrigeenhill

aka Currageen

Kineagh

#71

Kilkea and Moone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

440

 

397

 

211

JACKSON, Lucas ? [Luke] Carrigeen, Co. Kildare Gent Anne HUNT s Clopook, Queens Co. 20 Jun 1754 SOURCE: Dublin Prerogative Marriage Licenses (also called Marriage Bonds)   NOTE:  This is in Parish of Kineagh, Barony Kilkeagh & Moon. It borders on Tankardstown. I am increasingly suspicious that Lucas JACKSON is related to the family which descends from J. JACKSON & Sarah WEEKS. SEE: Carlow JACKSONs

Ann JACKSON of City of Dublin, Widow & Lucas Hunt JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow, Gent of the one part. & Rt Hon Earl of Alderborough of Belan in Co, Kildare of the other part whereas an indentured deed of agreement was made between John JACKSON of Corrageen, Co. Kildare Esq of the other part who did agree to take the dwelling house occupied by Lucas JACKSON in the town of Baltinglass with a field behind it during the term of three lives… late in the possession of Lucas JACKSON Gent deceased…. Then unto Lucas Hunt JACKSON, for lives of Lucas Hunt JACKSON, William Jacob JACKSON his brother & Dorothy DROUGHT daughter of John DROUGHT then late of Plunketstown, Co. Kildare… John JACKSON uncle of Lucas Hunt JACKSON was dead and by his will became vested in Anne JACKSON during her natural life and after her decease to Lucas Hunt JACKSON…. SEE: Nov 12, 1718, ROD 21-466-12148  John JACKSON of Athy leased lands of Currageen cont 630 acres, Barony of Kilkea and Moon, Co. Kildare.. lives of said John JACKSON & Sarah his wife.

Castlecarbury

Carbury

#17

Carbury

 

Rev. James Jackson, clerk was trustee of other leases. NOTE: There was an earlier JACKSON presence in this parish.

Castledermot

Castledermot

#22

Kilkea and Moone

Town

 

120

Birthplace of Elizabeth BROWNE (1810-1848)

Kilkea House Castledermot

Castlefarm

Fontstown

#41

Narragh and Reban East

139

Residence of Thomas JACKSON (1832-1875)

Thomas JACKSON late of Castlefarm, Co. Kildare granted to Sarah JACKSON of same place the widow. Died: 11 Jun 1875. Effects £26 Thomas JACKSON [1832-1875) is included in the Thomas JACKSON of Co. Kildare tree.

Sarah JACKSON late of Castle farm Narraghmore Co Kildare widow d 20 Nov 1901 granted at Dublin to Eliza Anne PEARSON married woman effects £194 2s 2d. NOTE: Sarah was the widow of Thomas JACKSON (1832-1875). Sarah JACKSON is included in the Thomas JACKSON of Co. Kildare tree. In the 1901 Census Eliza PEARSON was age 55, living at Castlefarm, Fontstown, Co. Kildare with her husband James PEARSON, two unmarried farmer sons and a married daughter. I suspect she was a daughter of Sarah & Thomas JACKSON. The PEARSON-JACKSON connection goes back a couple of centuries: KILDARE St Michaels Churchyard

HERE LIES THE BODY OF MARY / PEARSON ALIAS JACKSON LATE  / WIFE OF RICHARD PEARSON OF  / ATHY WHO DEPARTED THIS / LIFE IN THE 71ST YEAR OF HER AGE / YE 24TH OF IANUARY 1717 / HERE LIES YE BODY OF RICHARD / PEARSON OF ATHY WHO / DEPARTED THIS LIFE YE 19 DAY OF IVNE 1724 AGED 78 YEARS / also in hopes of a happy Resurrection here lieth the body of ROBERT PEARSON Esqr, Captain in the Royal Regimt of Foot of Ireland wh served under the brave Duke of Marlborough in ......................... Deceased Jan ............. [corner broken off]

Castlefarm

Kilrush

Offaly West

166

Unlikely to be the right townland.

Davidstown

Davidstown

Narragh and Reban East

267

Beechlawn aka Beech Lawn is in Davidstown, Barony of Narragh & Reban East. See entry under Beechlawn

ROD: 1890-7-131, James JACKSON – Robert JACKSON

Memorial of indenture btw James JACKSON of Davidstown, Co. Kildare, Farmer of 1st pt & Robert JACKSON of Ballyshannon Mills, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare farmer of other pt…. in consd of 100 pounds pd by Robert JACKSON to James JACKSON…sell… lands of Wevill, Ballyshannon & Carrighill cont 73 acres 3 rods Irish Plantation measure.

Davidstown

Killelan

Kilkea and Moone

223

Probably not the parish – although it is in the right area.

Davidstown (or Pilsworth)

Graney

Kilkea and Moone

367

Probably not the parish – although it is in the right area.

Davidstown Demesne

Killelan

Kilkea and Moone

279

Probably not the parish – although it is in the right area.

Davidstown Lower

Graney

Kilkea and Moone

271

Probably not the parish – although it is in the right area.

Davidstown Upper

Graney

Kilkea and Moone

295

Probably not the parish – although it is in the right area.

Dryhett aka

Drehid

Ardkill

#1

Carbury

 

Thomas Jackson b: 10 Jun 1710 in Drehid, Parish of Arkill, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare

+Lydia Smith  

 

Jan 7, 1709 ROD: 13-52-4918

Between Hon Richard Lord BELLEW Baron of Dunleek of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Dryhett, Barony of Carberry, Co. Kildare, farmer of other part .. set to JACKSON 107A in Dryhett ... lives of Thomas JACKSON, John WEILY, James MILLER the younger of Tymaco all of Co. Kildare. WITNESS: Henry DOWDALL of City of Dublin, Thomas FORTESQUE & John MULHOLLAN of same, Gent. 16 Mar 1713. This is probably Thomas Jackson b: in Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England

+Ann Man. SEE: Descendants of Nicholas Jackson They were Quakers.

 

1764 May 1. ROD: 454-522-293764. Between Anne WHITE Joseph BOARDMAN and Thomas JACKSON executors of the last will and testament of William WHITE late of Harristown, Co. Meath deceased. Of the one part and Isaac JACKSON of Coolegegan, Kings Co., farmer of the other part… demised to Isaac JACKSON all the lands of Drehilt orwise Drehid as then in possession of said Isaac JACKSON containing by estimation 113 a & 2 roods in Barony of Carberry and Co. Kildare… lives of Joseph Knott then of Edenderry, Kings County, Wool comber Thomas Smith the eldest and only son of William SMITH of Athy in Co. Kildare, gent & Joseph BOARDMAN eldest son of Joseph BOARDMAN of Ballygurtain Kings Co., farmer, then aged about 18 years… rent 102 pounds sterling… Deed is witnessed by  Samuel EVES late of Edenderry Kings Co since deceased, Joseph CHURCH of  City of Dublin, Merchant,

Dunlevin, Killenane,

aka Killinane

Kilcullen

#54

Kilcullen

474

Richard JACKSON (1815-1899)

ROD:1898-19-178. 1898 Mar 21. Indenture of assignment 18 Mar 1898 btw Richard JACKSON of Killenane, Co. Kildare, farmer of the one part and John JACKSON of Fairview, Dunlavin, Co. Kildare, rate collector. Of the other part. Reciting indenture of lease Aug 10 1841 and made between William Truelock BOOKEY of 1st pt & John JACKSON of 2nd pt and Richard JACKSON of 3rd pt where Richard JACKSON as beneficial owner did assign to John JACKSON lands of Canny Court containing 76 acres, Parish of Gilltown, Barony of South Naas, Co. Kildare. NOTE: Canny Court aka Kennycourt, parish of Gilltown, Barony of Naas South, where Richard JACKSON leased 122 acres at time of Griffiths Valuation.

Edenderry

Monateroris

Coolestown [Kings Co.]

Town

Birthplace of Matthew JACKSON (d aft 1850 in Prosperous). NOTE: This town is in Co. Offally [Kings Co.], but it borders on Kildare, and his birthplace was given as Edenderry, Co. Kildare.

Fontstown

(Fontstown Lower & Fontstown Upper.

Narraghmore

#85

Narragh and Reban East

or West Offally (depending on map)

 

Thomas JACKSON b 1865

John JACKSON b. 1868

Charles Anthony JACKSON b 1870

COUNTY KILDARE: FONTSTOWN OLD CHURCH - On a tablet just inside SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF JOSEPH JACKSON fourth son of Richard Jackson of this Parish who in his 24th year of his age unfortunately lost his life when bathing on the morning of 12th June 1835.

 In the lone mansion of the sacred tomb

Rests a lov’d friend who perish’d in his bloom,

No time allow’d to wean him from the world,

But in a moment from existence hurled.

Deep. Deep he sunk beneath the dark cold wave,

But not too deep for sovereign Grace to save.

 As a small token of esteem this tablet was sent from America, and caused to be erected by his afflicted brother Thomas Jackson, of New York, Merchant

Glasseley,

Narraghmore

#85

Narragh and Reban East

 

On the 20th November, 1691, a lease for 21 years is granted to Samuel Jackson of Glassealy, gent. By Sir William Tichborn of the County Louth, of the lands of Glassely, Ballyadam, and the Ballindrum. In the Glassealy churchyard there is a tombstone to the memory of the Samuel Jackson, “who lived for 55 years in Glassealy, and died in 1731 aged eighty-eight”.

“Here lies Samuel Jackson who / Eud [si] 55 years in Glassely and died / yr 7th of May, 1731, in the 88th year of his life.”

ROD: 43-421-28800. 1725, May 7. JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1738

Indenture May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly, Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy from Robert JACKSON to Josiah JACKSON for 22 years.

ROD 79:7:54258 1734 Oct 10 Reg 11/10/1734
Mortgage by way of Lease & Release. Josias Jackson, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare – 858 acres 3 roods 1 perch
Held under lease made by Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare to 1P for lives of Anne, wife of Josias, Josias, jun & Sarah Jackson, daughter of Josias. Said Anne is dec’d. Release conditional on payment of £120 + interest

ROD: 91:72:63376 1738 Apr 25
Mortgage by way of Lease & Release. Josias Jackson, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare
Lives added subject to covenant of renewal in lease 20/10/1734 from Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare
Josias Jackson, jun, Samuel Jackson & Sarah Jackson, the sons & daughter of Josias Jackson
Release conditional on payment of £200 + interest

Narraghmore is a parish which covers the villages of Ballytore, Calverstown, Crookstown, Kilmead and Narraghmore.

 

Jul 31, 1731 ROD 67-363-46431

Sarah ROSE of City of Dublin spinster of 1st pt & David SYMES of Catherlough, Co. Catherlogh, Gent of 2nd pt & Josiah JACKSON of Glasshely, Co. Kildare Gent & Stephen WARD of City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd pt. reciting that a marriage was to be had  btw Sara ROSE and David SYMES… sum of ten shillings  for the said Sarah ROSE paid by Josiah JACKSON & Stephen WARD, ROSE sold plot of land on the west side of the road or passage leading from Essex St to  Essex Bridge Dublin  part of the ground formerly called by the name  of Alderman Lovett’s Garden containing in breadth in the Front to the said to the said road or passage  from south to North including the wall of the River Liffey 23 foot more or less… much more description of parcels contiguous and part of this. WITNESS: Henry BUCKLEY.

Kennagh aka Kineagh

Kilcullen

#54

Kilcullen

 

Thomas JACKSON was Granted the lands of Athgarvan and Kennagh in Kildare by the Crown for services under William III. He built Stone House of Monistrevan [aka Monastereven]. This is the barony on the Northern border of Narragh & Reban East

 

In 1848 Elizabeth BROWN (1810-1848) was buried at Glassely. She was the wife of Samuel JACKSON (1809-1858)

Kilcullen

Carnalway

South Naas

Town

Probably not this parish.

Kilcullen

Kilcullen

#54

Kilcullen

Town

The town is in 2 parishes that border each other.

Probate 8 July 1904. James JACKSON sr. late of Davidstown House, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare, Farmer. D. May 5, 1904. Granted at Dublin to William JACKSON, Farmer, Harry JACKSON, farmer & Francis R. JACKSON, merchant. Effects £435 9s 7d.

Kill

Monasterevin

Offaly West

262

 

Kill East

Kill West

Kill  Town

Kill

#59

South Salt

181

378

Town

Sophia JACKSON effects £176 10s late of Kill Co Kildare, Widow d April 24, 1892 at same place proved by Thomas George GILLSPIE of Kill, Farmer, the sole executor. Effects: £176 10s. NOTE: See beneath George JACKSON of Kill d. 1910

 

George JACKSON. Probate March 13, 1911, late of Kill Straffan, Co. Kildare, Farmer who died December 23, 1910, granted at Dublin to Mary E. JACKSON the widow, and Hannah E.E. REA spinster. Effects £290 3s 0d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census, A George JACKSON, age 56 (hence b1845), farmer, b Co. Kildare, COI, and married to Ellie JACKSON, lives at Kill, South Salt Barony, Co. Kildare with their 4 year old daughter, Charlotte Emily JACKSON.

Killina aka Killinagh Lower

or Killinagh Upper

Nurney

or

Kilpatrick

Carbury

498

or

651

or

507

 

ROD: 1892-15-73. Ann JACKSON – James SPENCE

Memorial of an indenture of a marriage settlement made by Anne JACKSON, widow of Parke Ave, Sandymount, Co. Dublin of 1st pt; William SMITH of Hollingstown, Co. Kildare of 2nd pt; Isabella M JACKSON (to be married) of Parke Ave Sandymount spinster of 3rd pt. & James SPENCE of 7 Lower Sackville  St., Dublin, Gent & Robert SAUNDERS of Edenderry, Kings Co., medical doctor, trustees of the 4th pt. … reciting indenture dated 10 July 1866 Frederick LINDSAY granted unto Anne LINDSAY.. lands of Killina as described in lease of 3 Jan 1825 when held by John LINDSAY & Joseph LINDSAY… granted 14 Sept 1868 granted to Anne JACKSON… secondly lands of Collinstown in Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare abt 262 acres…

Killenane aka Killinane

Kilcullen

#54

Killcullen

474

Richard JACKSON late of Killenane Dunlevin Co Kildare d 16 Jan 1899. March 2, 1899 probate granted to Richard JACKSON of Tullamore, Kings Co Bank Accountant. Effects £1,034 2s 6d. Richard JACKSON (1815-1899) is in the Thomas JACKSON of Co. Kildare tree.

Maganey Upper

Maganey Lower

Dunmanoge

#37

Kilkea and Moone

246

14

July 22, 1743 ROD 110-363-77934 Thomas BUNBURY, son of Rose JACKSON connected to the JACKSONs of Coleraine leased: town and lands of Moygany otherwise Morgany otherwise Moygna cont. By est 140 acres in Barony of Kilkea and Moone in Co. Kildare

Narraghmore

 

Narramore Demesne

Narraghmore

#85

Narragh and Reban East

589

 

307

Obtained by Richard JACKSON in the late 1600s or early 1700s after the property of the original grant to his father Thomas JACKSON (d1690) was lost.  It was where Richard JACKSON resided at time of death.

 

NARRAGHMORE, a par. in the bars, of East and  West Narragh and Reban, Kilkea, and Moone, co.   Kildare, prov. of Leinster, Ireland, 2 miles N. of Ballitore, its post town. It is 7 miles long by 2J broad.   The surface is somewhat hilly, including the hill of   Carmen. The river Greis traverses part of the interior.   The living is a rect. and vie. in the dioc. of Dublin, val.   506, in the patron, of the archbishop. The church has   recently been put into repair. There are two Roman   Catholic chapels and a National school ; also a police   station. Narraghmore House, the chief residence, was   burnt down in 1798. Blackrath Castle and the fort of   Mullamast are interesting objects of antiquity.   The National Gazetteer Vol III, 1868.

Osberstown

Naas

#84

Naas North

1,316

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.

 

Jul 12, 1729 ROD: 60-354-41819

Henry JACKSON, farmer of Blackall, Co. Kildare to John TAYLOR, Brewer of Dublin City of sd lands for remainder of term, void on repayment of £68 ster + interest. In 1712 June 11, Murrough BOYLE, Rt. Hon Lord Viscount Blessington  to Henry JACKSON part  of Blackall in Co Kildare, then in possess'n of Henry JACKSON on road from Rathmore to Ballymore Eustace, bnd by lands of Punchestown and of Walshestowne, Royalties & cert'n Rights excepted, 24 years at £8 ster pa.Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: William MUNKITTRICK & Robert BOYTON, Clerk to BOYLE & John SMITH, public notary of Dublin City.

 

Jul 28, 1729. ROD: 60-354-41212

Additional info: on the right hand of the road leading from Rathmore to Ballymore Eustace, and on the east bounded and meared by said road; on the north with the land commonly known by the name of Nun’s Lane, on the west with Punchestown and on the south with the lands of Welshestown.—all rights deeds to John TAYLOR.

 

Jun 3, 1730 ROD: 64-213-4316 lease 20 Mar 1716 made btw Rev William JACKSON of the one pt & Henry JACKSON Senior of Ofberstown [aka Osberstown] Co Kildare of the other part. Whereby  the said William JACKSON did demise and set unto the said Henry JACKSON senior that part Ofberstown then in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON containing by estimation sixty seven acres or thereabouts more or less with  the appurtenances  To hold during the Natural Lives of him the said Henry JACKSON senior, Henry JACKSON jr. and Anthony JACKSON the latter being sons of the said Henry JACKSONHenry JACKSON jr for £40 assigned to  Robert CAIRNS part of Ofbertstown …WITNESSES: William TOOLE and James GODDARD of Dublin Gent. Part of why this is interesting is because the name Anthony is most often associated with the line of JACKSONs who were Quakers

Parsonstown

Ardkill

#1

or

Donaghcumper

#32

Carbury

 

or

North Salt [less likely]

510

 

or

126

1816 Mar 29 ROD: 700-295-480177. Deed of Assignment & release btw Samuel JACKSON of Cork Street in the City of Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of the 1 pt & John Birch Wilson MILLS and  Hall Chambers of Dublin merchants, and partners in trade  trading under the firm of Birch Mills & Chambers of the other part… land on the north side of Cork Street in the Co of Dublin together with the Dwelling House  thereon and which Joseph BOARDMAN  deceased lately resided together with the gardens and offices and buildings erected on said land for the purposes of carrying on the Cotton & Calico  printing business… in as full and ample a manner as Joseph BOARDMAN deceased enjoyed …& as Beasly BOARDMAN & Joseph BOARDMAN lately held and the sd Samuel JACKSON held & enjoyed the same and also one undivided third part share or proportion of the lands of Parsonstown, Barony of Carbury Co. Kildare… [more description]

Prosperous

Killybegs

#63

Clane

Town

1850 –where Matthew JACKSON died.

ROD: 1842-25-11. 8142 Dec 19.

FOSSITT-TINKLER

Deed btw Thomas FOSSITT of Ballymurreen, Co. Wicklow but late of Edenderry, Kings Co. Louth & Sarah FOSSITT otherwise NORTH his wife of 1 pt; Harrington TINKLER of Portarlington, Queens Co. Gent & said Sarah FOSSITT of 2nd pt; Rachel FOSSITT, Mary Anne FOSSITT, Sarah FOSSIT, Charlotte FOSSITT,and Rebecca FOSSITT five of the daughters of the said Thomas FOSSITT and Sarah his wife of Ballymurren House aforesaid of 3rd pt; Matthew JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON otherwise FOSSITT, his wife late of Millmount, Kings Co. but now of Prosperous, Co. Kildare Gent of 4th pt..refers to earlier 1837 deed FOSSITT-TINKLER.

 

 

 

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