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This is just a start for this particular tree. I still have a bit more deeds work to do. I expect that soon, I will be able to attach these JACKSONs to JACKSONs - one line based in Co. Carlow & Co, Wicklow. Details of many of these deeds as well as other research (grave inscriptions etc) are already entered in my Rootsweb tree.
One of the more fascinating bits: 1775 May 20. John BOURKE, Druggist of Dublin City and Rachall NEEDHAM orse JACKSON, widow of Dublin City to marry shortly; Rachall NEEDHAM seized of considerable fortune. If Rachall NEEDHAM to die before it, it shd be lawful for her to dispose of £150 for purposes she shd think fit & in case she does die, same amt to go to child of marriage, if none.
Then there is the deed concerning Thomas JACKSON and Mary SOCKSMITH's separation: 1788 Jun 24 ROD 402-191-264706. I have included a good bit of it beneath.
Sharon Oddie Brown. September 14, 2017
Update January 15, 2019: Benthams Abstracts: Jacob JACKSON of Spinians Co. Wicklow Gent & Ellinore HIGGINBOTHAM of Parish of Donaghmore Co. Wicklow 13 Sept 1749


JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow                                                                          

1-James Jackson Gent d. Between 1770 and 1775, of Spinianstown, Parish Donaghmore, Barony Upper Talbotstown, Wicklow


2-Hannah Jackson

+Robert Shaw d. , of Baltinglass

3-Alicia Shaw

3-Esther Shaw

2-Thomas Jackson d. After 1792, of Collierstown, Co. Dublin and then of City of Dublin

+Mary Socksmith (She was the widow of Thomas SAXSMITH).

3-Jacob Jackson b. , of Spinianstown, Parish Donaghmore, Barony Upper Talbotstown, Wicklow, d. 1792


4-Thomas Jackson b. Bef 1792

4-James Jackson

4-Joshua Jackson

4-Joseph Jackson

+Mary Tudor

4-John Jackson

2-Alexander Jackson b. Bef 1737, d. Bef 1785, of Tyrone

+Mary Fairbrother

3-Mary Jackson (of age in 1794)

+Thomas Dry

3-Jane Jackson (of age in 1794)

+John Dry

3-James JACKSON (of age in 1794)

2-Jane Jackson b. Bef 1745

+Thomas Ploughman

2-William Jackson b. Bef 1745, d. Bef 1836, of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow

+Anne Riggs d. After 1836


3-Thomas Jackson

+Rachel Needham d. 1779, Dublin


1788 Jun 24 ROD 402-191-264706
Btw Thomas JACKSON of Hammond Lane Co & City of Dublin of the 1st part & Mary JACKSON his wife of 2nd pt and John HALPIN of the City of Dublin Combmaker and Edward BROOK of said City gent of the 3rd pt Reciting that certain Differences & disagreements had arisen and were then subsisting  between the said Thomas JACKSON and Mary JACKSON his wife and that in order to put an end to same they had mutually agreed to live separate from each other and that the said  Thomas JACKSON by virtue of the Deed of Settlement in said Deed  [?] was seized and possessed of among other houses the Premises in said Deed party recited  and herein after mentioned the said Thomas JACKSON to provide a separate Maintenance & provision for said Mary JACKSON during such time as she should live separate from her  said husband by said deed Did Grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said John HALPEN and Edward BROOK in their actual position then being by virtue of the Bargain & Sale therein mentioned in trust for the sole use of Mary JACKSON One Amount or Clear Yearly Rent charge of £30… payable out of… dwelling House Assuage or Tenement… formerly in possession of  Thomas LEWIS but now in possession of John BUTLER Baker situate lying or being in the corner or front of Hammond Lane and Pudding otherwise Lincoln Lane in Co 7 City Dublin… that Thomas JACKSON during such time as said Mary JACKSON should live separate  [?] not under any pretence whatever Call upon or molest the said Mary  in the posson of any place of abode she might hereafter Occupy or cause her to be disturbed therein in like Manner that said Mary should not Molest or disturb the said Thomas JACKSON his children or family or procure it to [leedom] & that in case the said Thomas JACKSON should at any time thereafter be obliged to pay or that he should be sued for a Debt which the said Mary should Contract for her own use & account then it should be lawful for said Thomas JACKSON to enter  unto the said premises and recover the full amount of said debt and costs  & also that the said Thomas JACKSON should permit the said Mary JACKSON to have receive take away carry & remove all wearing apparel of what kind soever with the several articles of household Furniture and other matters mentioned in the schedule of deed Indorsed and to dispose  of the same as she think proper….





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