The frequent journeys by JACKSONs from England to Ireland in the 1630s is interesting. At present, I have no knowledge about if or how these people in the chart beneath may or may not be related. There are certainly a few tantalizing mentions of JACKSONs in Coleraine prior to the 1630s, and their eventual full time settlement in Ireland happened soon after – if not before.
Sharon Oddie Brown. November 18, 2016
JACKSONs in registers of ships travelling from England to
Ireland. NOTE: This is just a start on this.
1632 Aug 24
He was 35 years old..
1632 Mar 9
No birth date given.
1632 Nov 25
She was 24 years old.
1632 Sep 30
He was 60 years old. NOTE:
He was not the same William JACKSON (abt 1575-1626) of Kirkby Lonsdale who
was the grandfather of most of the later JACKSONs of Coleraine. His voyage
is, however, a fit with the family narrative of many of the JACKSON men being
merchants – drapers or Clothworkers –who travelled back and forth between England
and Ireland in the early 1600s.
1633 Apr 10
He was 39 years old.
1633 Jul 27
He was 30 years old.
1633 Aug 12
He was 40 years old. There is a slight possibility that this John JACKSON could be the father of the Robert JACKSON
born btw 1619-1624 of Eccleston, Lancashire. This Robert JACKSON died 1679 –
probably in Co. Down. His descendants held leases to land in the parish of
Dundonald and Newtown, Co. Down. SEE: Ratliffe JACKSON beneath. His name is
directly after John’s name on the register. They are likely related.
1633 Aug 12
He was 54 years old. I cannot be certain that the name has
been correctly transcribed, although it looks like Ratliffe. SEE: John
JACKSON above. His name preceded Ratliffe’s name in the record. They are