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The Townlands that these JACKSONs are associated with are in alphabetical order. More townlands and names will be added. So far I have: Ballyagherty and Barnamaghery and Clontaghnaglar and Lisdoonan and Lisowen and Lisdoonan (I believe I have been confusing these last two with each other, but will fix this in the next draft) and Raffrey. NOTE: This is a 1st draft – there are likely to be errors.

Sharon Oddie Brown. December 5, 2017
Updated July 24, 2018 - updates on specific trees are noted.

 

Several JACKSON families that cluster in the townlands beneath:

JACKSONS in Raffery etc
This map is based on ones at townlands.ie. Because Barnamaghery is in two parishes (which is confusing), I have added a dotted line. Most of the JACKSONs in that townland were in the south.

 

 

JACKSONs various trees: A work in progress

 

If you check the sources in my Rootsweb family tree., you will be able to see which entries are well documented and which ones are merely based on hunches aka educated guesses. NOTE: The Rootsweb site has been down since December 20th, so the hyperlinks for names beneath will not work. Also, as a result, I have not been able to add more hyperlinks to the trees that I have added. Also NOTE: The Townlands in the chart beneath are in alphabetical order. More townlands will be added, as well as more other data and corrections, as I learn more.

 JACKSONs various trees: A work in progress

 

Ballyagherty Parish of Saintfield

·       1863 Griffiths Valuation. William JACKSON holds a lease from James C. PRICE for £13a 1r and houses valued at £3.0.0. NOTE: James PRICE previously went by the name: James BLACKWOOD.

·       1884 Apr 7 William JACKSON – Alice JACKSON (or BAILIE). ROD; 1884-18-230. Btw. William JACKSON of Ballyagherty & Alice Jane JACKSON otherwise BAILIE, wife of William JACKSON, farmer.. lands in Ballyagherty containing 10 acres 2 rods Cunningham measure – held by William JACKSON as a yearly tenant under James Charles PRICE Esq. at yearly rent of 13 pounds 2s 2d … farm formerly belonged to Alice BAILIE before her marriage to William JACKSON WITNESS: Thomas DUNWOODY of 13 Lombard St., Dublin. NOTE: This was done two days before his death.

·       1884 Apr 9 Administration of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Ballyaugherty County Down Farmer who died 9 April 1884 at same place were granted at Belfast to Alice Jane Jackson of Ballyaugherty the Widow. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

·       1887 Feb 22 John JACKSON – John FRAME ROD: 1887-8-257 Image 514 John JACKSON of Carsonstown, of the 1 pt  John FRAME of Carsonstown, farmer of the other. John JACKSON demised lands of 1stly parcel of land containing 12a 7p  Cunningham Measure to be held as tenant from year to year under James Charles PRICE Esq.in townland of Carsonstown, Parish of Saintfield Barony Castlereagh & 2ndly in townland of Ballyaghery [Ballyagherty], Parish Saintfield  9 acres 2r 7p Cunningham Measure … WITNESS: Frederick William CRAWLEY of Downpatrick, Co. Down & Albert J.H. COULTER of Downpatrick Law Clerk. NOTECarsonstown is on the eastern border of Ballyagherty

·       1863 Griffiths Valuation. William JACKSON holds a lease from James C. PRICE for £13a 1r and houses valued at £3.0.0.

·       1887 Feb 26 John JACKSON – Samuel ANDERSON 1885-1887 ROD: 1887-12-258 Image 246 BTW John JACKSON of Carsonstown, Co. Down farmer of 1 pt & Samuel ANDERSON of #33 Belmore St. Belfast Co. Antrim Cooper of the other pt…. demised 12a 7p Cunningham Measure held from year to year under James Charles PRICE Esq. in townland of Carsonstown, Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh, Co. Down and 2ndly in townland of Ballyaghery [Ballyagherty], Parish Saintfield  9 acres 2r  17p with all houses and buildings… WITNESS: Frederick William CRAWLEY of Downpatrick, Co. Down NOTECarsonstown is on the eastern border of Ballyagherty

Ballyagherty Tree #1

 

1 William JACKSON b: 1827 d: 9 Apr 1884

  + Alice Jane BAILIE b: 1837 d: 9 Mar 1904

    2 Agnes JACKSON d: Aft 1889

    2 Jane JACKSON d: Aft 1889

    2 John JACKSON b: est 1851 d: Bet 1901 and 1911

      + Ellen Jane ANDERSON b: Bef 1853 d: Bet 1901 and 1911

        3 Dianna JACKSON b: 6 Sep 1874

        3 James JACKSON b: Abt 1878

        3 Rachel JACKSON b: Abt 1884

        3 Mary JACKSON b: 2 Oct 1886

        3 Agnes JACKSON b: 15 May 1889

        3 Robert JACKSON b: 8 Aug 1891

        3 Lydia JACKSON b: 18 Oct 1895

    2 James JACKSON b: 1861 d: 22 Feb 1889

    2 George Raphael Moore JACKSON b: Abt 1864 d: 21 Dec 1914

      + Elizabeth PATTERSON b: Abt 1873

        3 Alice JACKSON b: Abt 1900

        3 Lizzie JACKSON b: Abt 1901

        3 George JACKSON b: Abt 1903

        3 James JACKSON b: Abt 1905

        3 Joseph JACKSON b: Abt 1907

        3 Thomas JACKSON b: Abt 1910

    2 Mary JACKSON b: 25 May 1865

    2 William JACKSON b: 16 Jul 1866 d: Aft 1911

      + Mary Anne FOLEY b: Abt 1870 d: Aft 1911

        3 John JACKSON b: Abt 1889

        3 James JACKSON b: Abt 1903

        3 George Herbert JACKSON b: Abt 1907

    2 Robert Johnston JACKSON b: 30 Jun 1868 d: 24 Jul 1942

      + Grace MCBRATNEY b: 12 May 1872 d: Aft 1942

        3 Samuel JACKSON b: 12 May 1893

        3 William JACKSON b: 19 May 1895

        3 Elizabeth C. JACKSON b: 24 Jul 1896

        3 Anna JACKSON b: 28 Nov 1903

    2 Anna Orr JACKSON b: 27 Mar 1871 d: Aft 1911

      + George ANDERSON b: 1863 d: Aft 1911

        3 Anne ANDERSON

        3 George ANDERSON b: Abt 1893

        3 Samuel ANDERSON b: Abt 1897

 

Ballyalgan

NOTE: Ballyalgan is bordered by several townlands where other JACKSONs resided:

·       1818 Nov 17. ROD: 1888-52-54 Image 340 BTW Agnes HENDERSON of Norwood Tower Strandtown, Co. Down, Widow grantor of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Ballyalgin, Crossgar Co. Down [aka Ballyalgan, Killyleagh Parish, Barony Dufferin]  farmer the grantee. ,,, a New Street (not yet named) in townland of Ballymacarret [Ballymacarret], Parish Knockbreda, Barony Upper Castlereagh, Co. Down [running from Hunt Street to Albert Bridge Road ….description of boundaries] … James JACKSON [Signed] NOTE: Ballymacarret], was owned by POTTINGERs in the 1600s. Going from a map of Hunt Street, it may be that the New Road became known as Upper Newtownards Road.

·       1906 Jun 1 ROD: 1906-54-13 Image 13 James JACKSON of Belfast Gent of 1 pt & Joseph COULTER jr of Ballyalgin Co. Down farmer of the other pt. Reciting indenture of 2 Jan 1894 made btw Joseph COULTER jr. of 1 pt & said James JACKSON of other pt… premises conveyed to James JACKSON by way of mtg for securing pmt to James JACKSON for £150 … 21a 1r 7p Statute Measure in townland of Ballyalgin, Parish Killyleagh, Barony Dufferin Co. Down. 2ndly Bog Lands containing 9a 3r 28p adjoining said farm in townland of Ballyalgin, Parish Killyleagh, Barony Dufferin …

NOTE: James JACKSON’s birth date is based on him being of age when his son Hugh JACKSON was born. Hugh JACKSON was of full age at time of marriage

 

1-James Jackson b. Bef 1820, of Ballyalgin, Co. Down

|--2-Hugh Jackson b. Bef 1843, of Ballyalgin, Co. Down

    +Elizabeth Donnan b. 1847, of Derryboy, m. 5 Nov 1864, 1st Presbyterian

     Church, Parish of Killinchy

   |--3-James Jackson b. 28 Jan 1865, Derryboy, Parish Killyleagh, Co. Down

   |--3-Robert Jackson b. 6 Nov 1866, of Ballyalgin, Co. Down

   |--3-Margaret Jackson b. 23 Jun 1869, of Ballyalgin, Co. Down

Barnamaghery is in two adjacent parishes: Killinchy & Kilmore. TO DO: Check for more STEWART-JACKSON & BLACKWOOD-JACKSON leases. Also changes in post Griffiths Valuation records.

·       JACKSON [Broken in half with top lying on ground] Erected by John JACKSON of Barnamaghery, Sep 23rd 1806. Here lieth the remains of his three sons, William, William and Hugh who died young. Here lieth the body of the said John JACKSON who departed this life Feb 9 1814 aged 75 years.

·       1812 Birth of Mary Anne JACKSON, spinster who died 18 Oct 1876. Christina FRIARS was present at her death. NOTE: I have not yet placed her..

·       1818 Dec 24 ROD: 737-47-502181. Neal CRAWFORD – James MARTIN Image 27 Both farmers of Barnamaghery – small parcel of land at Barnamaghery held for natural life of Nicholas Price BLACKWOOD.

·       1819 Apr 20 Robert JACKSON Presbyterian of Barnamaghery m Martha WRIGHT

·       1828 Apr 22 Will of James JACKSON of Clontaghnaglar: John JACKSON (son of James Sr.); James DUNNIGAN; Isabel JACKSON (daughter of John JACKSON); Sarah WIGHTMAN; Samuel JACKSON; James JACKSON jr. of Clontaghnaglar (son of Samuel); Eliza JACKSON (daughter of Samuel); Martha HARRIS; Mary JACKSON (widow of Samuel); Robert JACKSON (son of James sr.); Elizabeth THOMPSON (widow of Robert); Martin JACKSON of Barmaghery. Probate granted to Martin JACKSON and James JACKSON the executors 2 May 1829. NOTE: Martin JACKSON was a co-executor along with James JACKSON the grandson of James JACKSON. NOTE: Acreage in Hannah’s land that was mentioned helped to connect him to his John JACKSON.

·       1829 Aug 21 On the 21st inst. JOHN JACKSON of Marnamaghrey, aged 63 years. He was a member of the Saintfield yeomanry corps upwards of 20 years, and an Orangeman 30. He suffered much injury by the United Irishmen, who gathered about his house, wanting two guns he had; and when he would not give them up, they put a rope about his neck, and pulled him up a beam till he was nearly dead; but he kept his guns through the whole of the rebellion. His remains were attended to Killinchy graveyard by 17 Lodges of Orange men, and other loyal people, to the number of 1000, who all behaved peaceably. BNL Aug 28, 1829, Est DOB 1766. NOTE: I suspect a transcription or printing error and that Marnamaghrey is actually Barnamaghery, Parish of Killinchy. The townland of Killinchy in the Woods is to the north, and the townland of Raffrey is to the south.

·       1834 JACKSON Erected by William JACKSON of Barnamaghery, in memory of his wife Agnes JACKSON who departed this life Feb 15 1834 aged 47 years

·       1835 Mar 26 NOTE: The Westmeath reference puzzling. Westmeath. March 26, 1835. On the 12th instant [March 12], by the Rev. Moses BLACK, of Kilmore, Mr. James WATSON, of Turminin, to Jane, daughter of Mr. William Jackson, of Burneymaghery.

·       1835 Apr 2 On the 2nd inst. By the Rev. Moses Black, of Kilmore, Mr. Samuel Gaw of Ballymacreely, to Eliza daughter of Martin Jackson, of Barrymaghery. BNL Apr 10 1835. NOTE: In the freeholder records, Martin JACKSON of Barnemaghery leased from Robert Stewart for lives of Frederick, Hugh KENNEDY & Martin JACKSON

·       1846 March 7: Downpatrick Recorder. We regret to learn that on Thursday evening last, two fires broke out on the properties of two men named Reid and Jackson in the townland of Barnamaghery, near Crossgar. These burnings are said to be malicious. The farmers who have suffered are tenants of the Marquis of Londonderry – one of them, Reid, an under-agent for the letting of bog. We have not heard the particulars of the injury done. The police have gone out to make inquiries.

·       1850 Jun 27 June 27, at his late residence, Barnamaghery, Mr. William Jackson, in his 70th year of his age. BNL 1850 Jul 2. Est DOB 1781 NOTE: It is in Killinchy Parish.

·       Downpatrick Recorder October 11, 1856 Nancy Patterson & Edward Magill were charged with feloniously stealing £2 the property of William Jackson. William Jackson examined – Lives at Barnamaghery; is a labourer; remembers 21 July; lives with his father; had money before he left home to go to work; left his money at his father’s house …. Jackson recalled, and, in reply to a question from a juror, said that the male prisoner was at his father’s house, when he went to the bog, and not there when he went home … Nancy Jackson examined – is sister-in-law to prosecutor; she explained the suspicious circumstances under which the boy had gone away…

·       1863 Griffiths Valuations. NOTE: I don’t know why, but Barnamaghery appears in two places in the Griffiths that is on line. One under the Parish of Killinchy, and one under the Parish of Kilmore. The first includes no JACKSONs.

o   P 61, no JACKSON, but the name of Jane CAMPBELL is of interest. She may be the mother of Jane CAMPBELL who was the mother of William JACKSON in 1837.

o   P. 62. The main lessor to JACKSONs is the Marquis of Londonderry aka Frederick William Robert Stewart, 4th Marquess of Londonderry (son of Charles STEWART and Lady Catherine Bligh). He leased:

§  Jas JACKSON (Copeland) 30a.3r & buildings valued at £3.0.0. This makes him one of the larger farmers in the townland.

§  Jas. JACKSON (Bank) Land only 6a 3r 35p NOTE: The distinction between (Bank) and (Martin) is key. They were different branches – albeit related.

§  Jas. JACKSON (Martin). 11a 3r 5p &  house valued at £2.0.0

§  Thomas JACKSON’s Land: 25a.3r and his buildings have the highest valuation of anyone in the townland: £8.0.0. They include houses, offices, flax mill and land, again from the Marquis of Londonderry.

§  Robert JACKSON Land  14a and  buildings valued at £2.10.0

§  John JACKSON Land 10a.3r. and  buildings valued at £2.0.0

Forde CAMPBELL leases:

§  Jas JACKSON (Bank) – another smaller holding.

Freeholds by JACKSONs

§  James JACKSON small house leased out

§  Jas JACKSON (Martin) small house leased out

§  Thomas JACKSON three buildings leased out.

·       1887 Nov 5 Robert MARTIN – Elizabeth JACKSON 1885-1887 Image 78 BTW Robert MARTIN of Barnamaghery Co. Down Farmer of 1 pt & Elizabeth JACKSON of Barnamaghery Widow of other pt. Reciting that MARTIN demised to Elizabeth JACKSON parcel of land 18a 2r 10p and also another farm 19a 1r 20p in Barnamaghery in parish of Kilnare [sic - now Parish of Killinchy or Kilmore], Barony Castlereagh. WITNESS: Frederick William CRAWLEY of Downpatrick, Co. Down,  Solicitor & Albert J.H. COULTER of Downpatrick, Clerk

·       1892 May 7 John JACKSON – John THOMPSON 1890- 1894 Image 305 BTW John JACKSON of Barnamaghery Co. Down farmer of 1 pt & John THOMPSON of Barnamaghery famer of other pt. Reciting indenture of mtg 2 Dec 1884 btw William MURDOCK of 1 pt & John JACKSON of other pt…. 19a 2r 24p with house and buildings in townland Barnamaghery Parish of Kilmore Barony Upper Castlereagh.

·       1928 JACKSON – August 29,1928, at Doon-Var-Na Dundonald. James Jackson late of The Bank” Barnamaghery. His remains will be removed from above address, by motor, for internment in the family burying ground, Raffrey (via Carrickmannon), at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Friday), 31st inst. Friends will accept this (the only) intimation. Deeply regretted. BNL Aug 30, 1928. NOTE: He also left in his will money for Raffrey Presbyterian church. Age at death, recorded at Belfast, was 73 (b 1855). Probate: Jackson James of Doon-Var-Na Ballybeen Dundonald county Down retired farmer died 29 August 1928 Probate Belfast 18 October to James H. Dowling estate agent. Effects £1200. Parents’ names are based on convergence with 1901 Census.

·       1952 Feb 20 London Probate: Mary JACKSON Aka Minnie, of Barnamaghery, Crossgar, Co. Down, spinster. Probate to John DICKSON, farmer & David GIBSON, accountant. Effects £344 11s 5d in England. NOTE: There was a Minnie JACKSON age 22 (b abt 1879) in 1901 Census as a daughter of Francis JACKSON.

Barnamaghery: Tree # 1

See Clontinaglare:  James JACKSON (est 1740-abt 1829)

NOTE: The birth date of James JACKSON is an estimate based on two of his sons being born 1765 and 1766.

1 James JACKSON b: Est. Bef 1740 d: Bet 1828 and 1829

    2 Samuel JACKSON d: Bef 1828

      + Mary

        3 James JACKSON

        3 Eliza JACKSON

    2 John JACKSON b: 1765 d: 13 Aug 1842

      + Jane d: Aft 1842

        3 Isabella JACKSON b: Bef 1821 d: Aft 1842

          + John PATTERSON d: Aft 1842

            4 Jane PATTERSON d: Aft 1842

            4 John J. PATTERSON

    2 Robert JACKSON b: 1766 d: Bef 1828

      + Elizabeth THOMPSON

 

·       Grace STEWART was the second wife of James Copeland JACKSON. NOTE: There is a gravemarker for James JACKSON of Barnamaghery. Eliza his beloved wife died 22 Jun 1861 aged 56 years and two of their children in childhood. Of course, this may be another James JACKSON.

·       1906 Raffrey. Ellen R. JACKSON daughter, present at death. Probate of the Will of Grace Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Widow who died 4 October 1906 granted at Belfast to John Spence Farmer and Thomas Shaw Carpenter. Effects £96 15s. NOTE: Son Samuel ROBINSON; son George ROBINSON; daughter Rebecca; daughter Ellen JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census, Grace is age 78, a Presbyterian widow farmer, and daughter Ellen is age 38, a seamstress, unmarried.

·       1907. Probate of the Will of Ellen Ritchie Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Spinster who died 27 May 1907 granted at Belfast to William M'Bratney Farmer and The Reverend John N. M. Legate Presbyterian Minister. Effects £92. NOTE: To sister Rebecca PEPPER of 129 Diamond St. Hudson; half brothers George ROBINSON & Samuel ROBINSON. See will of Grace JACKSON, mother of Ellen Ritchie JACKSON.

·       Armour JACKSON Saintfield High Golden Jubilee Booklet In 1858, an Armour JACKSON of Barnamaghery was enrolled in Saintfield Secondary School.

Barnamaghery: Tree # 2

 

1 James Copeland JACKSON b: 1805 d: 14 Apr 1883

  +Unknown – died btw 1860-1875. She was the mother of his children. It is possible that she was Isabella HUGHAN (married James JACKSON 5 Jan 1830).

    2 Isabella JACKSON

      + William ORR

    2 James JACKSON b: Abt 1830

    2 Armour JACKSON b: Abt 1833 d: 18 Aug 1904

      + Isabella PENTLAND b: Abt 1827

        3 Arthur James JACKSON b: Abt 1861 d: Aft 1911

          + Isabella ORR

            4 Armour JACKSON b: 21 May 1894

            4 Arthur James JACKSON b: 19 Jan 1896

            4 William Francis JACKSON b: 21 Sep 1897 d: 23 Oct 1988

              + Eileen Elizabeth MATEER b: Abt 1903 d: 28 Feb 1932

              + Margaret LAMONT b: Abt 1909 d: 30 Sep 1983

                5 Margaret Joyce JACKSON b: Abt 1939 d: 1 Jul 1943

                5 Sarah Lamont JACKSON b: Abt 1940 d: Aug 1940

                5 Anna Mary JACKSON b: Abt 1940 d: Aug 1940

            4 Isabella JACKSON b: 12 Aug 1899

            4 Joseph Orr JACKSON b: 20 Jul 1901

            4 Mary Elizabeth JACKSON b: 26 Feb 1907 d: 13 Nov 1938

            4 Jane Anne JACKSON b: 4 Mar 1910

        3 John JACKSON b: 20 Feb 1870

          + Isabella CONNELLY

            4 Florence JACKSON b: 10 Jul 1901

            4 Armour JACKSON b: 25 Dec 1903

            4 Ruth JACKSON b: 4 Oct 1907

            4 Mary JACKSON b: 26 Apr 1909 d: 3 May 1909

            4 George JACKSON b: 9 Mar 1911

            4 Mary JACKSON b: 3 Jun 1917

        3 Sarah JACKSON b: Abt 1871

          + Robert KENNEDY b: Bef 1869 d: Bet 1897 and 1901

            4 Rachel KENNEDY b: Abt 1890

            4 Robert KENNEDY b: Abt 1893

            4 Mary J. KENNEDY b: Abt 1895

            4 Isabella KENNEDY b: Abt 1897

        3 William JACKSON d: Aft 1904

    2 Ellen Ritchie JACKSON b 1860. d. 27 May 1907

  + Grace STEWART NOTE: She was a widow at the time of her marriage to James Copeland JACKSON and he was a widower. Her 1st husband was named ROBINSON. Her father was Hugh STEWART and his father was Robert JACKSON. He was of Barnamaghery

·       1899 Probate of the Will of James Jackson (Senior) late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 5 August 1899 granted at Belfast to James Jackson (Junior) William Jackson and William Jackson Farmers. Died age 79 (b 1820). Effects £918 4s. 4d. He mentioned bequests to his children Alice, Anna Maria, Christina, Samuel, Mary Elizabeth, Agnes, James jr., & William and to his wife Maria. His executors were William GIBSON, Presbyterian Minister at Raffery & William JACKSON of Killinchy in the Woods, farmer.

Barnamaghery: Tree # 3

 

1 James JACKSON b: 1820 d: 5 Aug 1899

  + Maria CLELAND b: Abt 1832 d: 20 February 1906 (death date a hunch that this is her)

    2 Christina JACKSON b: 1854

    2 James JACKSON b: Abt 1856 d: 29 Aug 1928

    2 William JACKSON b: 1859 d: 22 May 1933

      + Agnes WOODS b: 1881 d: 2 Nov 1951

        3 Agnes JACKSON b: 16 May 1909

        3 James JACKSON b: 16 Oct 1910

        3 Jane JACKSON b: 26 Apr 1912

        3 Christina JACKSON b: 17 Sep 1913

        3 Sarah JACKSON b: 17 Sep 1915

    2 Agnes JACKSON b: Abt 1862

      + George WOODS b: Abt 1855

        3 James WOODS b: Abt 1883

        3 Samuel WOODS b: Abt 1885

        3 Thomas WOODS b: Abt 1889

        3 William WOODS b: Abt 1892

    2 Alice JACKSON b: 8 May 1867

    2 Anna Maria JACKSON b: 25 Nov 1869

      + John COULTER b: Bef 1877 Married 19 July 1898 Broadway Presbyterian, Belfast.

    2 Mary Elizabeth JACKSON b: 23 Mar 1874

    2 Samuel JACKSON

 

·       1943 Jan 30. London Probate: John JACKSON. Of Barnemaghery, Crossgar, Co. Down Probate to David GIBSON accountant, Mary JACKSON, spinster & Samuel Orr JACKSON, merchant. Effects £438 2s 9d in England. Sealed Liandudno. NOTE: A John JACKSON age 77 died 30 Jan 1943.

·       1843. PRONI: Jackson John of Barnemaghery Crossgar county Down farmer died 30 January 1943 Probate Belfast 11 May to David Gibson accountant Mary Jackson spinster and Samuel Orr Jackson merchant. Effects £3293 12s. 1d.

·       1951. Jackson David Stewart Kerr Coulter of Derryboye Crossgar county Down retired farmer died 10 July 1951 Probate Belfast 8 February to David Jackson farmer and David Morrow land steward. Effects £6290 6s. 5d.

 

Barnamaghery: Tree # 4 See also Creeveybeg Updated July 24, 2018 - with new info that is not in the older Rootsweb version of the tree that is accessed by the links.

 

 1- Robert JACKSON b. 1786, m. Bef 1838, d. 18 Mar 1870, of Creeveybeg, Co. Down,

  Bur. Raffrey Presbyterian Graveyard

+ Anna RICHIE b. 1799, d. 12 Feb 1854, of Creeveybeg, Bur. Raffrey

  Presbyterian Graveyard

..2-George JACKSON b. Jun 1825, Barnamaghery or Creeveybeg, d. America

..2-Samuel JACKSON b. 17 Apr 1838, Barnamaghery,, d. 18 Oct 1879

   +Eliza COULTER b. Abt 1841, m. 17 Jul 1863, Raffrey 1st Presbyterian Church,

    Co. Down, d. Between 1901 and 1911, par. John COULTER

SOURCE: Killinchy Presbyterian Records:son of Robert JACKSON (1786-1870) & Anne of Creeveybeg. Robert died 1870 Mar 18 age 84. NOTE: This info conflicts with the transcription of the gravemarker of his supposed parents which allege that this Samuel JACKSON died in America. I have the death cert of the Samuel JACKSON who died 18 Oct 1879 and he definitely died at Barnamagery.

....3-John JACKSON b. 13 May 1864, Barnamaghery, Co. Down, d. 30 Jan 1943,

      Barnamaghery

....3-Robert JACKSON aka Robert Johnston JACKSON b. 15 Jan 1866, Ballyagherty, Parish Saintfield,

      Co. Down, d. 24 Jul 1942, The Bushes, Barnamaghery,, Bur. Raffrey 1st

      Presbyterian Church, Co. Down

     +Grace McBRATNEY b. 12 May 1872, m. 5 Apr 1893, d. 15 Oct 1950, Raffrey,

      Co. Down, par. McBRATNEY and MARSHALL

......4-Samuel JACKSON b. 12 May 1893, Barnamaghery,, d. 15 Feb 1955

       +Marjorie MARTIN m. Bef 1924, d. 7 May 1964, Raffrey. Co. Down

........5-Robert JACKSON b. 1924, d. 24 Dec 1988, Raffrey. Co. Down

         +Mary HAGAN d. 3 Dec 2001, Raffrey, Co. Down

..........6-Hilda JACKSON b. 15 Apr 1955, Raffrey, Co. Down

......4-William JACKSON b. 19 May 1895, Barnamaghery,

       +Elizabeth MARTIN

......4-Elizabeth C. JACKSON b. 24 Jul 1896, Barnamaghery,

......4-Anna JACKSON b. 28 Nov 1903

       +JACKSON

........5-Gordon JACKSON

....3-Ellen Jane JACKSON b. 20 Jan 1868, Probably Barnamaghery, Co. Down

....3-Martha JACKSON b. 14 Mar 1870, Barnamaghery, Co. Down

....3-David Stewart Kerr Coulter JACKSON b. 15 Apr 1872, Probably Barnamaghery,

      Co. Down, d. 10 Jul 1951, Derryboy, Co. Down

     +Mary ORR b. 1883, d. 7 Nov 1925

......4-Samuel Orr JACKSON b. 23 Jan 1904, Raffrey

......4-William Orr JACKSON b. 28 Feb 1905, d. 4 Jun 1905

......4-Elizabeth Coulter JACKSON b. 31 Mar 1906, Barnamghery

......4-Agnes Orr JACKSON b. 10 Oct 1908, Probably Barnamaghery, Co. Down

......4-John Coulter JACKSON b. Mar 1914, probably Barnamaghery

....3-Minnie JACKSON b. 23 Apr 1874

....3-Agnes Jane JACKSON b. 4 May 1876, Barnamaghery,

..2-David A. JACKSON b. Abt 2 Aug 1842, Barnamaghery,, c. 2 Aug 1842, Killinchy

Barnamaghery: Tree # 4a (also included in Lisowen)

NOTE: The birth date of Samuel JACKSON bef 1835 is based on conjecture – since he was of full age before the marriage of his son William, who was of full age in 1877.

 

1-Samuel Jackson b. Bef 1835, of Barnamaghery

|--2-William Jackson b. Bef 1856

    +Eliza Gilchrist b. 1860, m. 12 Oct 1877, Presbyterian Church, Raffrey

   |--3-John Jackson b. 13 Nov 1879, probably Barnamaghery, d. After 1951, of

   |    Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-Andrew Jackson b. 13 Feb 1882, probably Barnamaghery, d. af6t 1851

   |--3-William Jackson b. 25 Apr 1884, probably Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-James Jackson b. 17 May 1886, probably Barnamaghery

   |--3-Robert Jackson b. 11 Aug 1888, probably Barnamaghery, d. 28 Feb 1951,

   |    Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

   |   +Annie E. d. aft 1851

   |  |--4-Minnie Jackson

   |--3-Agnes Jane Jackson b. 27 Mar 1891, Barnamaghery, d. After 1951

   |--3-Thomas Jackson b. 29 Aug 1893, Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-Mary Jackson b. 26 Oct 1896, probably Lisowen

 

Probate of the Will of Robert Jackson late of Creevybeg Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 11 February 1908 granted at Belfast to William Jackson and Robert Morrison Farmers. Effects £572 14s. 9d.

Barnamaghery Tree #4b (see also Creeveybeg)

NOTE: I suspect that he was a son of Robert JACKSON b: 1786 d: 18 Mar 1870

 

1-Robert Jackson b. Abt 1828, of Barnamaghery, d. 11 Feb 1908

 +Agnes b. Abt 1836, m. Bef 1855, d. 14 Nov 1903, Creeveybeg

|--2-William Jackson b. Abt 1855, of Barnamaghery, d. After 1911, of Creeveybeg

|   +Lizzie Murdock b. Abt 1856, of Barnamaghery, m. 13 Jan 1885, Raffrey

|    Presbyterian, d. 8 Oct 1906, of Creeveybeg

|  |--3-James Jackson b. 2 Mar 1886, of Barnamaghery, d. 12 Jun 1891

|  |--3-William Jackson b. 12 Nov 1887, of Barnamaghery, d. After 1911

|  |--3-Robert Jackson b. 20 Sep 1890, of Banrmaghery

|--2-Agnes Jane Jackson b. 1870, d. After 1911, of Creeveybeg

   |--3-Myra Jackson b. 14 Dec 1897, Barnamaghery NOTE: Lizzie JACKSON was present at birth. No father was named.

·       1888 Dec 9 Anne JACKSON late of Barnemaghery County Down who died 9 December 1888 at same place were granted at Belfast to Gardiner JACKSON of Barnemaghery Farmer the Husband. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

·       1876 The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Barnemaghery County Down Farmer deceased who died 31 December 1876 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of John Coulter of Killinchy Woods (Derryboy) Farmer and William Campbell senior of Barnemaghery (Saintfield) Bailiff both in same County the Executors. NOTE: Parish of Kilmore; son Gardner JACKSON; son Francis JACKSON’s wife is a tenant; daughter Margaret M’CONNELL; daughter Mary Jane LECKY; daughter Juliana SMYTHE; other 3 sons: John JACKSON; James JACKSON; Joseph JACKSON. Effects under £300.WITNESSES: John HAMILTON & Agnes COULTER. Parish of either Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper.

Barnamaghery: Tree # 5

Thomas JACKSON 1805.

1-Thomas Jackson b. 1805, d. 31 Dec 1876, Barnamaghery, m. Margaret b. 1804 d. 19 Mar 1870

|--2-Margaret Jackson b. Abt 1841, d. After 1911

|   +William McConnell b. Bef 1846, m. 1 May 1867, Clifton Street Church,

|    Belfast, d. 13 Feb 1901, late of Magheran, Co. Down

|--2-Francis Jackson b. Bef 1842, Probably Barnamaghery, Co. Down, d. 12 Sep

|    1920, Ballmacreely

|   +Mary Patterson b. Bef 1842, of Aughnedorragh, m. 8 May 1863, 1st

|    Presbyterian Church, Saintfield, d. After 1876

|  |--3-Eliza Jackson b. 31 Jan 1864, Probably Clontinaglare or Barnamaghery.

|  |   +James McMath m. 20 Dec 1898

|  |--3-Margaret Jackson b. 16 Feb 1866, Probably Clontinaglare or Barnamaghery.

|  |   

|  |--3-Thomas Jackson b. 12 Apr 1868, Probably Clontinaglare or Barnamaghery.

|  |--3-Mary Jackson b. 15 Feb 1877, probably Clontinaglare or Barnamaghery, d.

|  |    20 Feb 1952, Barnamaghery,

|  |--3-Francis Jackson b. 22 Dec 1878, Probably Clontinaglare or Barnamaghery.

|--2-Mary Jane Jackson b. Abt 1846, of Barnemaghery, d. After 1866

|   +Robert Lacky b. , Of Saintfield, Co. Down, m. 6 Jul 1866, Kilmore Meeting

|    House

|--2-Juliana Jackson +Daniel Smythe m. 11 Jan 1872

|--2-John Jackson

|--2-James Jackson

|--2-Joseph Jackson

|--2-Gardiner Jackson b. Abt 1849, d. 24 Mar 1913, Derryboy aka Killinchy in

|    the Woods, Crossgar, Parish Kilmore, , Co. Down

    +Anne Coulter b. Abt 1850, m. 29 Oct 1872, Raffrey Presbyterian, d. 9 Dec

     1888, Barmamaghery, Co. Down

   |--3-Thomas Jackson b. 31 Aug 1873, probably Killinchy in the Woods aka

   |    Derryboy, Parish Kilmore, Co. Down

   |--3-John Jackson b. 7 Oct 1876, Barnamaghery

   |--3-Ellen Jackson b. 22 Nov 1878, Barnamaghery,

   |--3-David Jackson b. 25 Sep 1880, probably Barnamaghery

   |--3-Margaret Jackson b. Abt 1881

   |   +Thomas Woods b. Abt 1861, m. 29 Jul 1908

   |  |--4-William Woods b. Abt 1910

   |--3-Joseph Jackson b. Abt 1882

    +Ellen Martin m. 31 May 1889

Barnamaghery: Tree # 6

Martin JACKSON (1774-aft 1851)

1-Martin Jackson b. 1774, of Barnaghaery, d. After 1851, of Barnamaghery

 +Isabella b. 1788, d. After 1851

|--2-Eliza Jackson b. 1819, of Barnamaghery, d. After 1851, of Barnamaghery

|   +Samuel Gaw b. , of Ballymacreely, m. 2 Apr 1835, Kilmore

|--2-James Jackson b. 1820, of Barnamaghery, d. After 1851, of Barnamaghery

    +Mary b. 1827, d. After 1851

   |--3-Bella Jackson b. 1845, of Barnaghaery, d. After 1851, of Barnamaghery

   |--3-Eliza Jackson b. 1847, of Barnaghaery, d. After 1851, of Barnaghaery

   |--3-Margaret Jackson b. 1851

Barnamaghery: Tree # 7

NOTE: These births are based on Parish Registers and the deaths from death certs.

1-James Jackson b. Est 1811, d. 3 Aug 1883, Barnamaghery

 +Isabella Hughan b. Abt 1806, m. 5 Jan 1830, d. 7 Feb 1895, Raffrrey

|--2-Isabella Jackson b. Jan 1833, Parish of Raffrey

|  |--3-Anne Jane

|--2-James Jackson b. 23 Nov 1837, Parish of Raffrey

|--2-Hugh Jackson b. 8 Oct 1839, Parish of Raffrey

|--2-Catherine Jackson b. 27 Feb 1842, Parish of Raffrey

|--2-Ellen Jackson b. 13 Sep 1849, Parish of Raffrey

Probate of the Will of John Jackson late of Barmaghery [sic- Barnamaghery] County Down Farmer who died 26 July 1905 granted at Belfast to James M'Donald Bakery Manager and Margaret Elizabeth M'Kee Married Woman. Effects £426 6s. 9d. NOTE: Bequests to Daughter Martha KIDD & daughter Margaret Elizabeth M'KEE; grandson John Jackson McKEE; son Robert JACKSON who is now in Australia. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper

Barnamaghery: Tree # 8

 

1-Robert Jackson b. bef 1820 d. , of Raffery of Barnamaghery. Hunch.

|--1.1-John Jackson b. 1819, possibly Barnamaghery or Raffrey Co. Down, d. 26

|    Jul 1905, Barnamaghery, Co. Down m. Jane b. 1820 d. 14 June 1884. NOTE: Daughter Martha was present at death.

   |--1.1.1-Martha Jackson b. Abt 1857, Probably of Barnamaghery, d. After

   |    1911, of Creeveytenant

   |   +William Kidd b. Abt 1851, m. 27 Jan 1885, d. After 1911, of

   |    Creevytenant, Co. Down

   |  |--1.1.1.1-Sarah J. Kidd b. Abt 1886

   |  |--1.1.1.2-Joseph Kidd b. Abt 1887

   |  |--1.1.1.3-Alice Kidd b. Abt 1889

   |  |--1.1.1.4-James A. Kidd b. Abt 1893

   |  |--1.1.1.5-Bella Kidd b. Abt 1895

   |--1.1.2-Margaret Elizabeth Jackson b. Abt 1864

   |   +Joseph McKee b. Abt 1864, m. 17 May 1898

   |  |--1.1.2.1-John Jackson McKee b. Abt 1910

   |--1.1.3-Robert Jackson d. , of Australia

Carsons aka Carsonstown:

Carsonstown borders the following other townlands:

NOTE: Even though Clontoniglare does not quite border Carsonstown but is slightly to the south, some of the families may have been connected to the JACKSONs from there.

  • 1887 Feb 22 John JACKSON – John FRAME ROD: 1887-8-257 Image 514 John JACKSON of Carsonstown, of the 1 pt  John FRAME of Carsonstown, farmer of the other. John JACKSON demised lands of 1stly parcel of land containing 12a 7p  Cunningham Measure to be held as tenant from year to year under James Charles PRICE Esq.in townland of Carsonstown, Parish of Saintfield Barony Castlereagh & 2ndly in townland of Ballyaghery [Ballyagherty], Parish Saintfield  9 acres 2r 7p Cunningham Measure … WITNESS: Frederick William CRAWLEY of Downpatrick, Co. Down & Albert J.H. COULTER of Downpatrick Law Clerk.
  • 1887 Feb 26 John JACKSON – Samuel ANDERSON 1885-1887 ROD: 1887-12-258 Image 246 BTW John JACKSON of Carsonstown, Co. Down farmer of 1 pt & Samuel ANDERSON of #33 Belmore St. Belfast Co. Antrim Cooper of the other pt…. demised 12a 7p Cunningham Measure held from year to year under James Charles PRICE Esq. in townland of Carsonstown, Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh, Co. Down and 2ndly in townland of Ballyaghery [Ballyagherty], Parish Saintfield  9 acres 2r  17p with all houses and buildings… WITNESS: Frederick William CRAWLEY of Downpatrick, Co. Down

Carsons aka Carsonstown: Tree #1

 

1-William Jackson b. Bef 1821, d. , probably of Carsonstown, Saintfield, Co.

  Down

|--2-George Jackson b. Bef 1848, of Carsonstown NOTE: He was a blacksmith

    +Mary Anne Johnston b. Abt 1847, m. 23 Mar 1869, 1st Presbyterian Church,

     Saintfield, Co. Down NOTE: Her father was Alexander JOHNSTON

   |--3-James Alexander Jackson b. 1 Jan 1870, probably Carsonstown, Parish

   |    Saintfield, Co. Down, d. After 1901

   |--3-William Jackson b. 28 Apr 1871, probably Carsonstown, Parish

   |    Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-Grace Jackson b. 17 Aug 1874, probably Carsonstown, Parish Saintfield,

   |    Co. Down

   |--3-George Jackson b. 17 Jun 1876, Carsons, Co. Down

   |--3-Thomas Jackson b. 23 Oct 1879, probably Carsonstown, Parish Saintfield,

   |    Co. Down

   |--3-Henry Jackson b. 21 May 1881, probably Carsonstown, Parish Saintfield,

   |    Co. Down

   |--3-Eliza Jackson b. 25 Oct 1883, probably Carsonstown, Parish Saintfield,

   |    Co. Down

   |--3-Ellen Jackson b. 10 Jun 1886, probably Carsonstown, Parish Saintfield,

   |    Co. Down

Clontinaglare

·       1828 April 22 – will of James JACKSON This will mentions 1 acre of Hanna’s land to his son John and the will of John JACKSON who died in 1842 also mentions 1 acre Hanna’s land..

·       In the early 1800s, Simon ISAAC was the landlord to various JACKSONs of Clontinaglare. Simon ISAAC. See: Turtle Bunbury’s site. Of possible interest is his connection to Dromore Cottage in Co. Monaghan.

·       1842 PRONI: D366/631. John JACKSON of Quintinaglare (aka Clontinaglare is about 2 miles east of Saintfield). Bequests to his beloved wife Jane, daughter Isabella PATTERSON and her husband John PATTERSON and Granddaughter Jane PATTERSON. John JACKSON was a farmer of some means - had valuables to bequeath including an 8 day clock, dining room table, and other interior furnishings. The will was written 23 Jun 1842 and probated 13 Feb 1843.

·       1863: Downpatrick Recorder November 28, 1863. A case of the Court of Bankruptcy for George HAMILTON of Leggygowan, a farmer, filed in 1849. Two nephews (unnamed) had a bond  … the lawyer Mr. Walker “was heard at some length for Mr. Dunlop and Christina Jackson, the representatives of the former assignee”. NOTE: I suspect that this is Christina JACKSON widow of Gawn JACKSON, and that perhaps she had been born a DUNLOP.

·       1890 Mar 14 PRONI has a transcript. The Will (with one Codicil) of Christina Jackson late of Clontinaglare County Down Widow who died 14 March 1890 at same place was proved at Belfast by John Jackson of Barnamaghery in said County Farmer the surviving Executor. Effects £552 10s NOTE: Appoint William JACKSON of Killinchy Woods (deceased) and John JACKSON of Barnamaghery executors. Daughters Eliza McROBERTS and Mary JACKSON the farm.; two grandchildren Gawn JACKSON & William JACKSON;  grandson John JACKSON; granddaughters Agnes JACKSON & Lizzie JACKSON; daughter Jane CLELAND. Probably the townland of Clontaghnaglar, Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: Elizabeth JACKSON of Magheradrool married Samuel McROBERT April 1, 1861. She was the daughter of Gawn JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901, the JACKSON family at Clontaghnaglar included Eliza JACKSON, Presbyterian widow famer age 60, and her sons Gawn JACKSON age 30, William JACKSON age 28 and daughters Agnes JACKSON age 32, and Lizzie age 26, all unmarried. NOTE: In the Rademan non-subscribing Presbyterian church,  burial of John JACKSON of Cloutinaglare age 77 died Aug 13, 1842

·       1904 Aug 18. Probate of the Will of Armour Jackson late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 18 August 1904 granted at Belfast to William Thompson Farmer. Effects £804 7s. 10d. NOTE: Son Arthur James JACKSON, the farm formerly held by my father; I will that William JACKSON at present in Downpatrick Asylum …if he recovers…; to son John JACKSON farm in Clontinglan, Parish of Kilmore [I suspect this is Clontaghnaglar, Parish of Kilmore]; daughter Sarah JACKSON otherwise KENNEDY a small farm in Barnamaghery. NOTE: In 1901 Census he was 71, a farmer & living with his widowed daughter Sarah KENNEDY age 30, his wife Isabella, age 60 and their son Arthur J age 40. 3 nieces & a nephew. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper

·       Jackson – October 13, 1938, at her residence, Clontiglare, Saintfield, Mary Elizabeth, dearly-loved wife of Gawn Jackson, aged 64 years. Funeral to Second Saintfield Presbyterian Church Burying Ground tomorrow (Saturday), 15th inst at 2-3:30 p.m. No flowers by request. Belfast Newsletter October 14, 1938

·       1950 Sep 11. Jackson Gawn of Clontnaglare Saintfield county Down farmer died 11 September 1950 Probate Belfast 10 December to Gawn McCaughan Jackson and William James Jackson and John Thompson Morris Jackson farmers. Effects £5628.

Clontinaglare Tree #1 Update: July 24, 2018 Added AGnes JACKSON & James TRIMBLE.

 

1 Gawn JACKSON b: Bet 1790 and 1800 d: Bef 1866

  + Christine b: 1796 d: 14 Mar 1890

    2 Jane JACKSON d: Aft 1890

      + Matthew CLELAND

    2 Mary JACKSON d: Aft 1896

    2 Gawn JACKSON

        3 John JACKSON b: Bef 1840

          + Eliza BAILIE b: Bef 1840

            4 Agnes JACKSON b: 29 Jan 1863 c: 19 Aug 1863

            4 Gawn JACKSON b: 4 Aug 1864 c: 17 Mar 1865 d. 11 Sep 1950

              + Elizabeth Mary JACKSON

                5 Caroline C. D. JACKSON b: 26 Jun 1907

                5 Gawn McCaughan JACKSON b: 1 Jul 1908 d: Aft 1952

                5 William James Fisher JACKSON b: 11 Apr 1910 d: Aft 1952

            4 William JACKSON b: 16 Jul 1866 c: 30 Jun 1868 d: 24 Oct 1914

            4 John JACKSON b: 23 Sep 1867 c: 30 Jun 1868

            4 Alexander Dunlop JACKSON b: 19 Aug 1869

            4 Ellen JACKSON 15 Mar 1871 Killyleagh

            4 Lizzie JACKSON b: Abt 1875

    2 Eliza JACKSON b: Bef 1840 d: Aft 1896

      + Samuel MCROBERTS b: Bef 1840 d: 7 Jun 1876

    2 Agnes JACKSON of Barnamaghery + James TRIMBLE

Clontinaglare Tree #2

NOTE: The birth date of James JACKSON is an estimate based on two of his sons being born 1765 and 1766.

 

1 James JACKSON b: Est. Bef 1740 d: Bet 1828 and 1829

    2 Samuel JACKSON d: Bef 1828

      + Mary

        3 James JACKSON

        3 Eliza JACKSON

    2 John JACKSON b: 1765 d: 13 Aug 1842

      + Jane d: Aft 1842

        3 Isabella JACKSON b: Bef 1821 d: Aft 1842

          + John PATTERSON d: Aft 1842

            4 Jane PATTERSON d: Aft 1842

            4 John J. PATTERSON

    2 Robert JACKSON b: 1766 d: Bef 1828

      + Elizabeth THOMPSON

 

·       1846. Downpatrick Recorder May 9, 1846. I think the account of him regarding the death of a woman selling eggs may have been related to Moses Jackson. He and his servant were committed to jail before the case, although he was known as a respectable farmer near Saintfield.

·       Downpatrick Recorder May 16, 1846. The man named Jackson and his housekeeper M'Ilroy who were arrested in consequence of the evidence given at the coroner’s inquest, lately held at Balynahinch, have been liberated as there is no evidence against them.

·       1851 Moses JACKSON in insolvent debtors' Court. May 24, 1851 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland

·        

Clontinaglare Tree #3

 

1-Moses Jackson b. 1792, d. 23 Apr 1866, of Clontinaglare, aka Quintinaglar,

  Co. Down

 +Jane b. 1798, d. 24 Dec 1873, Clontinaghlar

|--2-William John Jackson b. Abt 1841, of Clontinaglare, aka Quintinaglar, Co.

|    Down, d. After 1901

    +Sarah Jackson b. 1845, probably Lissowen, Co. Down, m. 26 Apr 1870, 1st

     Saintfield Presbyterian, d. 20 Mar 1898 NOTE: Her father was Andrew JACKSON (1799-1874) of Lissowen,

   |--3-Andrew Jackson b. 28 Oct 1870, Quintinaglar aka Carsonstown, Co. Down

   |--3-Agnes Jackson b. 9 Oct 1872, Probably Quintinaglar, Parish Saintfield,

   |    Co. Down

   |--3-Robert Jackson b. 22 Mar 1876, Quintinaglare aka Carsonstown, Parish

   |    Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-William John Jackson b. 2 Feb 1884, Quintinaglar aka Carsonstown, Co.

   |    Down

   |--3-William James Jackson b. 1 May 1888, Clontinaglar aka Carsonstown,

   |    Parish Saintfield, Co. Down, d. After 1911

Creeveybeg

·       1802 Gravemarker …Erected by John CONNELLY of Ballymacreely in memory of his mother Margaret JACKSON who died 1 May 1802 aged 73 years.

·       1870: Raffrey Presbyterian Church. JACKSON [In railed enclosure] Erected by Robert JACKSON of Creevybeg in memory of his beloved wife Anna who departed this life 12th February 1854 aged 55. Also of his sons George and Samuel who died in America. Likewise the remains of the above Robert JACKSON who departed this life 18th March 1870 aged 84. Find-a-Grave.

·       1870. Robert JACKSON of Creevybeg; d. 18 Mar 1870 aged 84 [b 1786]; husband of Ann; father of George & Samuel; buried Raffrey Presbyterian graveyard. SOURCE: Ros Davies.

·       1908 Probate of the Will of Robert Jackson late of Creevybeg Barnamaghery County Down Farmer who died 11 February 1908 granted at Belfast to William Jackson and Robert Morrison Farmers. Effects £572 14s. 9d.

Tree #1 of Creeveybeg (also Barmaghaery)

 

1-Robert Jackson b. Abt 1828, of Barnamaghery, d. 11 Feb 1908

 +Agnes b. Abt 1836, m. Bef 1855, d. 14 Nov 1903, Creeveybeg

|--2-William Jackson b. Abt 1855, of Barnamaghery, d. After 1911, of Creeveybeg

|   +Lizzie Murdock b. Abt 1856, of Barnamaghery, m. 13 Jan 1885, Raffrey

|    Presbyterian, d. 8 Oct 1906, of Creeveybeg

|  |--3-James Jackson b. 2 Mar 1886, of Barnamaghery, d. 12 Jun 1891

|  |--3-William Jackson b. 12 Nov 1887, of Barnamaghery, d. After 1911

|  |--3-Robert Jackson b. 20 Sep 1890, of Banrmaghery

|--2-Agnes Jane Jackson b. 1870, d. After 1911, of Creeveybeg

   |--3-Myra Jackson b. 14 Dec 1897, Barnamaghery NOTE: Lizzie JACKSON was present at birth. No father was named.

Tree #2 of Creeveybeg See also Tree #4 Barnamaghery.

 

 

 1- Robert JACKSON b. 1786, m. Bef 1838, d. 18 Mar 1870, of Creeveybeg, Co. Down,

  Bur. Raffrey Presbyterian Graveyard

+ Anna RICHIE b. 1799, d. 12 Feb 1854, of Creeveybeg, Bur. Raffrey

  Presbyterian Graveyard

..2-George JACKSON b. Jun 1825, Barnamaghery or Creeveybeg, d. America

..2-Samuel JACKSON b. 17 Apr 1838, Barnamaghery,, d. 18 Oct 1879

   +Eliza COULTER b. Abt 1841, m. 17 Jul 1863, Raffrey 1st Presbyterian Church,

    Co. Down, d. Between 1901 and 1911, par. John COULTER

SOURCE: Killinchy Presbyterian Records:son of Robert JACKSON (1786-1870) & Anne of Creeveybeg. Robert died 1870 Mar 18 age 84. NOTE: This info conflicts with the transcription of the gravemarker of his supposed parents which allege that this Samuel JACKSON died in America. I have the death cert of the Samuel JACKSON who died 18 Oct 1879 and he definitely died at Barnamagery.

....3-John JACKSON b. 13 May 1864, Barnamaghery, Co. Down, d. 30 Jan 1943,

      Barnamaghery

....3-Robert JACKSON aka Robert Johnston JACKSON b. 15 Jan 1866, Ballyagherty, Parish Saintfield,

      Co. Down, d. 24 Jul 1942, The Bushes, Barnamaghery,, Bur. Raffrey 1st

      Presbyterian Church, Co. Down

     +Grace McBRATNEY b. 12 May 1872, m. 5 Apr 1893, d. 15 Oct 1950, Raffrey,

      Co. Down, par. McBRATNEY and MARSHALL

......4-Samuel JACKSON b. 12 May 1893, Barnamaghery,, d. 15 Feb 1955

       +Marjorie MARTIN m. Bef 1924, d. 7 May 1964, Raffrey. Co. Down

........5-Robert JACKSON b. 1924, d. 24 Dec 1988, Raffrey. Co. Down

         +Mary HAGAN d. 3 Dec 2001, Raffrey, Co. Down

..........6-Hilda JACKSON b. 15 Apr 1955, Raffrey, Co. Down

......4-William JACKSON b. 19 May 1895, Barnamaghery,

       +Elizabeth MARTIN

......4-Elizabeth C. JACKSON b. 24 Jul 1896, Barnamaghery,

......4-Anna JACKSON b. 28 Nov 1903

       +JACKSON

........5-Gordon JACKSON

....3-Ellen Jane JACKSON b. 20 Jan 1868, Probably Barnamaghery, Co. Down

....3-Martha JACKSON b. 14 Mar 1870, Barnamaghery, Co. Down

....3-David Stewart Kerr Coulter JACKSON b. 15 Apr 1872, Probably Barnamaghery,

      Co. Down, d. 10 Jul 1951, Derryboy, Co. Down

     +Mary ORR b. 1883, d. 7 Nov 1925

......4-Samuel Orr JACKSON b. 23 Jan 1904, Raffrey

......4-William Orr JACKSON b. 28 Feb 1905, d. 4 Jun 1905

......4-Elizabeth Coulter JACKSON b. 31 Mar 1906, Barnamghery

......4-Agnes Orr JACKSON b. 10 Oct 1908, Probably Barnamaghery, Co. Down

......4-John Coulter JACKSON b. Mar 1914, probably Barnamaghery

....3-Minnie JACKSON b. 23 Apr 1874

....3-Agnes Jane JACKSON b. 4 May 1876, Barnamaghery,

..2-David A. JACKSON b. Abt 2 Aug 1842, Barnamaghery,, c. 2 Aug 1842, Killinchy

·       1758: Down will made 4 October 1758 proved 13 April 1759. William JACKSON of Creevybeg in Killinchy parish, County Down. Wife and JACKSON alias McNEIGHT and her and my children James JACKSON [sic? should this be John?], George JACKSON and Mary JACKSON. To son John JACKSON the chest that was his mothers; lease to son John he paying all the rent, 4 acres to wife and her children free of rent; daughter Isabel JACKSON, son-in-law of Robert M’KIE, son-in-law George Connolly of Ballym’creely. Executors: James Martin of Barnamaghry in Kilmore Parish and George M’NEIGHT of Lessons in Saintfield Parish both County Down. Witnesses: John JACKSON; John Harper. Inventory signed by John Osborne and James Martin. Mentions debtors Samuel Thompson; Thomas Thompson; James A; Henry A; John M’IBIN.

Tree #3 of Creeveybeg NOTE: This is just a brief start on this family. There are more records that I need to review again and then to integrate. January 11, 2018 update.

 

1-William JACKSON d btw 1758-1759 of Creeveybeg m. McNEIGHT d. After 1758

 +William Jackson m. Bef 1720, d. Between 1758 and 1759, of Creeveybeg, Co. Down

|--1.1-John Jackson b. Bef 1720

|--1.2-Isabel Jackson

|--1.3-George Jackson b. Bef 1758

|--1.4-Mary Jackson b. Bef 1758

Crossgar borders the following other townlands:

 

·       1859: FATAL ACCIDENT. – On the evening of the 14th inst, as Mrs. Jackson, wife of John Jackson, publican, Crossgar, was going upstairs, her foot slipped and she fell backwards into the kitchen, fracturing her skull, - Death was instantaneous. The unfortunate woman was 36 years of age, was within a short time of her confinement. April 16, 1859 Downpatrick Recorder

·       1861: John JACKSON of Crossgar, widower married Susannah NIXON at the Registrar’s Office, Downpatrick. This was Susanna’s 2nd marriage. Her first husband was a BELL. NOTE: NOTICE. I HEREBY CAUTION ALL PERSONS against giving credit to my wife, Susannah Jackson, alias BELL, alia NIXON, as I will not be accountable for any debts which she may contract after this date. And I further give notice that all Accounts are to be paid to myself, and not to the aforesaid SUSANNA JACKSON. December 7, 1861 Downpatrick Recorder.

·       1862: May 20, in the Second Saintfield Presbyterian Church, John Jackson to Miss Bessie Stewart, both of Crossgar. May 24 1862 Downpatrick Recorder. NOTE: In their marriage cert, her surname was spelled as STUART.

·       NOTE: Lissara, which borders on Crossgar, was the home of John JACKSON father of Margaret JACKSON (b 1866 Jun 24) and wife of Susan BOYLE. This John JACKSON was a scrutcher.

 

Derryboy

Derryboy borders the following other townlands:

NOTE: I do not yet know where William JACKSON (abt 1849-1907) came from, but he resided at Derryboy in 1901.

1-William Jackson b. Abt 1849, d. 30 Jul 1907, Derryboy, Co. Down

 +Mary Ritchie b. Abt 1849, d. After 1911

|--1.1-Sarah Jackson b. Abt 1875

|   +Hugh Shaw m. 8 Nov 1890, Raffrey Presbyterian Church, Co. Down

|  |--1.1.1-Gladys Shaw b. Abt 1902

|  |--1.1.2-Mary Eveline Shaw b. Abt 1903

|  |--1.1.3-Samuel George Shaw b. Abt 1905

|  |--1.1.4-Sarah M. A. Shaw b. Abt 1907

|  |--1.1.5-Frederick Shaw b. Abt 1909

|  |--1.1.6-Bertha E. Shaw b. Abt 1911

|--1.2-Mary Jackson b. 22 Aug 1877

|--1.3-Nancy Jackson b. 15 Apr 1879, Ballygoskin, Co. Down

|--1.4-Maggie Ann Jackson b. 4 Sep 1885

|   +Hugh Foley b. Abt 1883, m. 17 Nov 1909, Co. Down

|  |--1.4.1-Mary Francis Foley b. Abt 1911

|--1.5-William Jackson b. 4 Jan 1890, d. After 1911

|--1.6-John Jackson b. 5 Jan 1892, Probably Derryboy, Co. Down, d. After 1911

|--1.7-Jackson

Killinchy in the Woods.

·             James CLEWLEW, Rev. Clerk of Bangor, Co. Down to John MARTIN, farmer of Killinchy by the Woods + 1 acre of meadow lying within farm of James CLEWLEW, in total 7 acres, to hold for lives of James MARTIN, brother of John MARTIN, Samuel MARTIN, son of John MARTIN, & John MARTIN, son of John MARTIN for term f 31 years at 5s. 3p. per acre. Registrars: Charles BIRCH & E___ PRICE. WITNESSES: John LINDSAY of Tullvery, Down and Samuel MARTIN of Killinchy by the Woods, Co. DOWN.

·             1886 The Will of William Jackson late of Killinchy Woods County Down Farmer who died 14 December 1886 at same place was proved at Belfast by James Jackson of 3 Annesley-street Belfast Woolen Buyer one of the Executors.

·             1906 Remembrance of William Jackson of Killinchy Woods died 27 February 1902? Age 56 years also his brother Samuel Jackson who died 12 Feb 1907 aged 58? years. Also his mother Grace Jackson who died 7 Jun 1912 aged 85 years, also his sisters Alice Jane Donaldson died on 20 Nov 1923 aged 82? Years, Elizabeth Jackson died 10 Oct 1930 aged 73 years. NOTE: William JACKSON died 27 Feb 1906. His sister Lizzie was present at his death. William was a bachelor. Samuel JACKSON was listed as age 50 on his death cert (b. 1857). He was a bachelor. Lizzie was age 50 in the 1911 Census was living with her mother Grace JACKSON (1827-1912) at house 26 in Killinchy Woods.

·             1906 JACKSON – February 27 at his mother’s residence, Killinchy Woods, Crossgar, William, eldest son of the late William JACKSON, aged 56 years. Internment in Raffrey Burying-ground, this (Thursday) afternoon, at one o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. Deeply regretted. GRACE JACKSON. Belfast Newsletter, March 1, 1906.

·             1906 Administration of the estate of William Jackson late of Killinchy Woods Crossgar County Down Farmer who died 27 February 1906 granted at Belfast to Samuel Jackson Farmer. Effects £203. Letters of Administration of the unadministered personal estate of William Jackson late of Killinchy Woods Crossgar County Down Farmer who died 27 February 1906 were granted at Belfast to James Jackson Warehouseman. Effects £80.

·             1930 Elizabeth JACKSON. Of 112 Antrim Rd, Belfast Rd, died at The Green, Killinchy Woods Crossgar, Co. Down, spinster. To Jane COULTER, married woman. Effects £999 18s 6d. PROBATE IN ENGLAND: Of 112 Antrim Rd, Belfast Rd, died at The Green, Killinchy Woods Crossgar, Co. Down, spinster. To Jane COULTER, married woman. Effects £999 18s 6d 

·             1930 PRONI: Jackson Elizabeth of 112 Antrim Road Belfast and of The Green Killinchy Woods Crossgar county Down spinster died 10 October 1930 at latter place Administration (d.b.n.) Belfast 16 November to Robert Donaldson farmer. Unadministered Effects £500. Former Grant Belfast 11 February 1931..NOTE: Daughter of William JACKSON and wife Grace.

Killinchy in the Woods

 

1-William Jackson b. 1812, possibly Barnamaghery or Raffrey, Co. Down, d. 14

  Dec 1886, Infirmary, Downpatrick, Co. Down

 +Grace b. Abt 1827, m. Bef 1850, d. 7 Jun 1912, Probably Killinchy in the Woods

|--1.1-William Jackson b. 1850, d. 27 Feb 1906, Killinchy in the Woods, Co. Down

|   

|--1.2-Elizabeth Jackson b. Abt 1857, d. 10 Oct 1930, The Green, Killinchy in

|    the Woods, Co. Down

|--1.3-Samuel Jackson b. 1857, d. 12 Feb 1907, Killinchy in the Woods, Co. Down

|--1.4-Alice Jane Jackson b. Abt 1867, d. 20 Nov 1923, (Raffery Presbyterian)

    +James Donaldson m. 18 Dec 1889

Lisdoonan Parish of Saintfield NOTE: Lisdoonan and Lisowen are NOT the same and have been confused (by me) in the past.

·       1829 Nov 20 JACKSON 1828-1832 ROD: 853-25-570025 Image 15 BTW Agnes Maria JACKSON spinster of Lisdonan [Lisdoonan, Parish of Saintfield] and Grace JACKSON spinster of Lisdonan Co. Down Spinster of the other pt. Reciting where Agnes Maria JACKSON transferred to Grace JACKSON in her actual possession the farm of land in Lisdown cont 11a Cunningham Measure and also land in townland of Lisdownan 14a 2r 6p bounded on the east by James McBRIDE’s land & turf bog in possession of Michael PRICE and his tenants, on the east by Lisdownan Lough on the South east and south by John DICKSON jr’s farm and on the west by the mearing that separated the townland of Lisdownan from the townland of Oghly in Parish of Saintfield, Barony Castlereagh, Co. Down … life of Mathew FORDE… Agnes Maria JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William CRANSTON & Denis DOROLING. NOTE: I do not know who these two women are yet, but an Agnes JACKSON daughter of Andrew JACKSON (-1874) of Lisowen married Samuel McBRIDE 13 Nov 1860 – that Andrew JACKSON is likely related to William JACKSON.

·       On the 10th inst. Isabella, wife to William Jackson of Lisdoonana, near Saintfield, aged 56. In her were happily united the inestimable qualities of an affectionate wife, and indulgent parent, and a kind friend. Those who knew her intimately could only appreciate her worth. BNL Sept 19, 1834.

·       1863 Griffiths Valuations – no JACKSON mentions

NOTE: I have no tree as yet for this branch of the JACKSONs.

Lisowen, Parish of Saintfield. It borders many other townlands where JACKSONs resided.

·  Barnamaghery to the east

·  Carsonstown to the north

·  Clontaghnaglar to the south

Lisowen Tree #1.

1 Andrew JACKSON b: Abt 1799 d: 24 Dec 1874

  + Unnamed d: Bef 1875

    2 James JACKSON b: est bef 1845

    2 Mary Anne JACKSON b: est aft 1845

    2 Sarah JACKSON b: 1845 d: 20 Mar 1898

      + William John JACKSON b: Abt 1841 d: Aft 1901

        3 Andrew JACKSON b: 28 Oct 1870

        3 Agnes JACKSON b: 9 Oct 1872

        3 Robert JACKSON b: 22 Mar 1876

        3 William John JACKSON b: 2 Feb 1884

        3 William James JACKSON b: 1 May 1888 d: Aft 1911

    2 Agnes JACKSON b: Est aft 1846 m 13 Nov 1860 1st Presb. Saintfield.

      + Samuel MCBRIDE

    2 Margaret JACKSON b: est aft 1847

 

1963 Oct 19. Agnes Jane Jackson London Probate: Of Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down, spinster. Probate to William JACKSON, farmer. Effects: £350 in England.

Lisowen Tree #2

NOTE: The birth date of Samuel JACKSON bef 1835 is based on conjecture – since he was of full age before the marriage of his son William, who was of full age in 1877.

1-Samuel Jackson b. Bef 1835, of Barnamaghery

|--2-William Jackson b. Bef 1856

    +Eliza Gilchrist b. 1860, m. 12 Oct 1877, Presbyterian Church, Raffrey

   |--3-John Jackson b. 13 Nov 1879, probably Barnamaghery, d. After 1951, of

   |    Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-Andrew Jackson b. 13 Feb 1882, probably Barnamaghery, d. aft 1851

   |--3-William Jackson b. 25 Apr 1884, probably Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-James Jackson b. 17 May 1886, probably Barnamaghery

   |--3-Robert Jackson b. 11 Aug 1888, probably Barnamaghery, d. 28 Feb 1951,

   |    Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

   |   +Annie E. d. aft 1851

   |  |--4-Minnie Jackson

   |--3-Agnes Jane Jackson b. 27 Mar 1891, Barnamaghery, d. 19 Oct 1863 of Lisowen

   |--3-Thomas Jackson b. 29 Aug 1893, Lisowen, Saintfield, Co. Down

   |--3-Mary Jackson b. 26 Oct 1896, probably Lisowen

 

Lissara borders the following other townlands:

Creevycarnonan to the north

Crossgar to the east

Kilmore to the south

Rademan to the west

Lissara Tree #1

NOTE: Birth dates of the first two James JACKSONs are based on them being of full age at time of marriage.

1-James Jackson b. Bef 1823

|--2-James Jackson b. Bef 1844, d. , of Lissara, Parish Kilmore, Co. Down

    +Margaret Wright b. Bef 1844, m. 27 Jun 1865, Lissara Presbyterian Church

   |--3-James Jackson b. 9 Feb 1869, Probably Lissara, Co. Down

   |--3-Mary Jackson b. 19 Mar 1871, Probably Lissara, Co. Down

   |--3-Anna Jackson b. 5 Nov 1875, Probably Lissara, Co. Down

Raffrey, Parish Killinchy (sometimes spelled as Raffery in older sources as well as in mine).

·       20 years ago 34 families in and about Raffrey worshipped in a schoolhouse. Now 350 families sit in a most comfortable and commodious church. Downpatrick Recorder January 9, 1864

·       The cauldron, of which an accurate drawing is now given, was lately found in the County of Down, while cutting turf in a bog in the townland of Raffery, parish of Killinchy, by Mr. William Jackson, who was good enough to send it to Belfast for inspection. SOURCE: Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol 5, 1857

·       On the 22nd last, by the Rev. Mr. M’Glaughlin, P.P. Mr John Jackson, near Haw Lodge, Raffery, aged 16, and only son of Mr. John Jackson clock and watch-maker, Killinchy, to Miss Sarah Feenin, formerly of Strabane, only 40. BNL Nov 28, 1847. NOTE; The ages, odd as they may seem, are as they were printed.

·       1864 March 9 at his residence, Raffery, Parish of Killinchy, Mr. William JACKSON, in the 94th year of his age.  Downpatrick Recorder 19 March 1864. NOTE: His death cert says that he was widowed and that his son William JACKSON was present at his death. He died of old age and debility.

·       William JACKSON jr. – Robert KELLY ROD: 1888-8-4 Image 151 Btw William John JACKSON of Raffery Co. Down, Farmer of 1 pt & Robert KELLY of Belfast Co. Antrim Solicitor of other pt. William John JACKSON as beneficial owner assigned to Robert KELLY farm of land lying in townland of Raffrey in Parish of Killinchy… 24a 20p with 6a of reclaimed and [un___reed] Bog together with all houses erections and buildings of every kind … signed by William John JACKSON.

 

·       Raffrey Notes from Parish register NOTE: Probably son of the James JACKSON of Raffrey & Jane CAMPBELL. They married 1836 at Killinchy. She may be a daughter of the Jane CAMPBELL who leased land in Barnamaghery.

Griffiths Valuations of interest:

#

Occupier

Landlord

A-P-R

House £

Notes

42

Jackson, James

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

30-3-20

2.15.0

 

43

Jackson, William

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

32.2.10

2.0.0

 

60

Jackson, Samuel

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

12.3.35

2.5.0

 

62

Jackson, James

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

8.0.35

2.10.0

 

63

Jackson, Agnes

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

0.2.20

0.10.0

 

64a

Jackson, John jr.

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

30.3.0

3.10.0

 

64b

Shaw, John

Jackson, John Jr.

0.2.0

2.0.0

House forge & garden

64c

Murphy, Isaac

Jackson, John Jr.

0.2.0

0.15.0

 

66

Jackson, John, Sr.

Ld Dufferin & Clandeboy

13.1.0

2.10.0

 

Raffrey Tree #1

 

1 James JACKSON b: 1811 d: 25 Feb 1891

  + Jane LOWRY 1817 d: 19 Apr 1895 Raffrey NOTE: It is a hunch that this death date is hers.

    2 John JACKSON b: 13 Dec 1838 c: 23 Dec 1838 d: Aft 1901

    2 Mary Jane JACKSON b: 2 Jun 1841 c: 6 Jun 1841 d: Aft 1901

      + Robert COOPER b: Abt 1846

        3 Jane Campbell COOPER b: 16 Sep 1875

        3 Sarah Hewitt COOPER b: 28 Mar 1877

        3 David John COOPER b: Abt 1879

    2 James JACKSON b: 6 May 1843 c: 18 May 1843 d: Aft 1891 possibly San Francisco.

 

Raffrey Tree #2– complete tree in JACKSONs of Knockbreda. NOTE: The father of Robert JACKSON was a James JACKSON which makes it quite possible that Robert JACKSON b 1815 was a brother of John JACKSON b 1814 of Raffery & James JACKSON b 1811 of Raffery. Update: July 24, 2018.

 

1 James JACKSON

    2 Robert JACKSON b: 1815 c: 20 Mar 1815 d: 24 Dec 1884

      + Agnes b: 1817 d: 26 Dec 1869
....3-William James JACKSON b. Apr 1840, Ireland, d. 19 Feb 1909, Chicago, USA,
      Bur. Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, USA
     +Jane G. HALLIDAY b. 23 Jun 1837, Ireland, m. 3 Nov 1859, Belfast, d. 17
      Jun 1915, Chicago, USA
......4-John JACKSON b. Abt 1862
......4-Robert JACKSON b. Abt 1866, Ireland
......4-George A. JACKSON b. Abt 1869, Illinois, USA

        3 John JACKSON b: Abt 1843 d: Aft 1911

          + Maria LITTLE b: Abt 1848 d: 30 Apr 1910

            4 John JACKSON b: 2 Oct 1866

              + Margaret b: Abt 1852

            4 William Francis JACKSON b: 15 Jul 1868 d: 24 Dec 1893

            4 Hugh JACKSON b: 26 Aug 1870 d: 1956

              + Catherine MOHAN b: 26 Jun 1874 c: 28 Jun 1874 d: 26 Aug 1942

                5 Hugh M. JACKSON

                  + Emily WILKINSON

                    6 Living JACKSON

                5 Bernard Hugh JACKSON b: 13 Oct 1896 d: 4 Apr 1988

                  + Margaret MCCABE b: 1900 d: 1961

                    6 Living JACKSON

                    6 Living JACKSON

                    6 Henry J. JACKSON b: 20 Apr 1931 d: 4 Apr 2010

                      + Kathleen WOODS b: 30 Apr 1934 d: 15 May 1991

                        7 Living JACKSON

                        7 Living JACKSON

                        7 Living JACKSON

                        7 Living JACKSON

                          + Living TIERNEY

                        7 Living JACKSON

                          + Living JESSOP

                    6 Living JACKSON

                    6 Living JACKSON

                5 William Francis JACKSON b: 1901 d: 8 May 1990

                  + Louis WATSON b: 1905 d: 1988

                    6 Living JACKSON

                      + Living CUMMINGS

                      + Living MAIDMENT

                    6 Living JACKSON

                5 Maria JACKSON b: 1905

                5 John JACKSON b: 1904

                5 Christina JACKSON b: 1907

                5 Kathleen JACKSON b: 1908

        3 Hugh JACKSON b: 1852 d: 10 Dec 1909

          + Christina MCINTYRE b: Abt 1859 d: 24 Nov 1934

            4 Annie JACKSON b: 1879

            4 Agnes JACKSON b: 1882

              + Lachlan MCDONALD b: Abt 1879

                5 Alexander MCDONALD b: 16 Jun 1909

            4 Christina JACKSON b: 11 Jul 1883 d: 29 Dec 1967

            4 Robert JACKSON b: 1885 d: 17 Mar 1887

            4 Margaret JACKSON b: 1888

              + James Mahood HUGHES

            4 Hugh JACKSON b: 1891 d: 30 Jun 1918

            4 Jane JACKSON b: 1895

        3 David JACKSON b: 1860

          + Margaret MCKEOWN b: 1861 NOTE: She probably died 6th October 1905

            4 William John JACKSON b: 1883 Jun 7

            4 Margaret Jane JACKSON b: 1885 Apr 5

              +  CULLY

                5 Mary CULLY

            4 Samuel JACKSON b: 1886 Nov 7

            4 David JACKSON b: 1890 Nov 30

            4 Mary Ellen JACKSON b: 1893 Jan 7

            4 Christina JACKSON b: 1895 Mar 30

            4 Maria JACKSON b: 1897 Jun 18

          + Agnes Jane WELCH b: 1870 m. 1908 Mar 14

            4 Christina JACKSON b: 1908 Oct 7

 

Raffrey Tree #3

 

1 William JACKSON

    2 John JACKSON b: 1814 d: 21 Dec 1886 at Raffrey. Son William John present at death

      + Eliza Jane HUGHAN

        3 Ellen JACKSON d: Aft 1886

        3 Elizabeth JACKSON d: Aft 1886

        3 David G. JACKSON d: Aft 1886 NOTE: or David S. JACKSON

        3 William John JACKSON b: Abt 1856 d: 7 Dec 1934 Raffery, Co. Down m 24 Dec 1889 Raffrey Presbyterian.

          + Margaret MCBRATNEY b: Abt 1867 d: 7 May 1938 Raffrey, Co. Down

            4 William John JACKSON b: 3 Jun 1890

            4 Samuel George JACKSON b: 25 Nov 1891

            4 Anna JACKSON b: 18 Mar 1896

            4 David McBratney JACKSON b: 19 Feb 1902

            4 Thomas Stewart JACKSON b: 19 Feb 1902

            4 Margaret Elizabeth JACKSON b: 15 Feb 1908

            4 Lucy JACKSON b: 12 Jan 1910

        3 Mary Jane JACKSON b: Abt 1859 d: Aft 1911

        3 Samuel George JACKSON b: 1863 d: 20 Sep 1911

        3 Anna JACKSON b: 2 Jan 1866

        3 Sarah JACKSON b: 2 May 1867 d: 20 Jul 1868

        3 Sarah JACKSON b: 14 Oct 1868 d: est bef 1886

        3 Robert James JACKSON b: 22 Jun 1871 d: Aft 1886

        3 Hugh JACKSON b: 17 Aug 1872 d: Bef 1886

        3 Margaret JACKSON b: 11 Feb 1874

 

Ravara Parish Killinchy. Ravara borders the following other townlands:

NOTE: I need to do deeds work looking for Ravara references in the Co. Down index.

Whereas on Thursday the 30th of September last, as Thomas Jackson of Ravera in said County, was returning Home from the fair of Ballynahinch, he was overtook by Gawen McBratney of Raphry in said County; who then and there without Provocation, knocked down and fractured the Skull of said Jackson with a loaded Whip, of which he died in the space of about eight hours.

NOW in order to bring said Mr. Bratney to condign Punishment, (who absconded the Night he committed the said horrible Murder) we whose Names are hereunto subscribed, do promise to pay the respective Sums to our Names annexed, to the Person or Persons who shall within 12 calendar months from the Date, apprehend and lodge in any of his Majesty’s Goals in this Kingdom, the said McBratney; who is aged about 24 years, heavy made, wore pale short Hair, about 6 Feet 1 inch high, thick lipp’d, wants one of his upper fore Teeth, and stoop shouldered. Given under our Hands, October 16th, 1779.

MY NOTE: This is a coincidence, and most likely misleading, but there was: Thomas Jackson probated WILL 1779, Dundonald, Parish. Father John Jackson 1667, mother Catherine McKinney. Since this will was of a Dr. Thomas JACKSON of Dundonald, I doubt that they are the same people.

NOTE: There were at least two intermarriages of McBRATNEYs and JACKSONs in the area in the late 1800s. Also, Gawn JACKSON (bt 1790-1800 – bef 1866) echoes the forename of Gawen McBRATNEY. It is not a frequent forename for JACKSONs in Co. Down in this time frame.

 

 

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My Notes

Wm & Pat Jackson

2

5

6

I would assume from the way their names are placed in this ad that they are related either by blood or business connections. There was a Patrick JACKSON who was a farmer of Toye [Toy and Kirkland, Parish Killnchy]; claimed £19 . 6.10 compensation from the government for the loss of a cash, clothes, provisions & jewellery from his home during the 1798 Rebellion, claim paid. SOURCE: Ros Davies site

James Portis

1

2

9

James PORTIS. A Mr. PORTIS was owner of estate Caldwally near Newtownbreda 1777. SOURCE: Ros Davies site

Jas Jackson

1

2

9

 

Jannet Jackson, Widow of the deceased

2

5

6

Widow Of Thomas JACKSON

James Jackson

1

2

9

 

John Jackson

1

2

9

 

William Jackson

1

1

9

 

John Jackson

1

2

9

 

 

11

7

6

 

 

 

 

 

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