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Thomas JACKSON was a printer based in Dublin, but through his wife, and possibly through other connections, he also had ties to Co. Wicklow.
Three children were born in his first marriage, but we have no records of them and do not yet know whether they were sons or daughters, nor how long they lived. I suspect that one of them may have been named Thomas because in his second marriage, none of his sons were given his forename. Given usual naming patterns, this would have been unusual.
Baptismal records of Delgany were key in identifying the children of his 2nd marriage.
At present, I do not know his ancestry, although the presence of Zachariah JACKSON in the printing trade in Dublin in the same time (and on some of the same streets) raises the possibility that they were related.
So far, I cannot trace the ancestry of Zachariah JACKSON.
Several Quaker JACKSONs – including Robert JACKSON[1] (1748-1793) and his sister Rachel Maria JACKSON[2] ( 1755-1836) - played a significant role in printing in Dublin in this era, although this Thomas JACKSON does not appear to be a Quaker, nor does Zachariah JACKSON.

Sharon Oddie Brown February 9, 2020

Descendants of Thomas JACKSON - b. abt 1760 - a bookseller etc of Dublin and Dalgany Co Wicklow

Delgany townland

Map of Delgany, Parish of Delgany, Barony Rathdown, County Wicklow
Deeds work helped trace the descendants of this Thomas JACKSON - thanks to the continuity of a lease of 15 acres in Delgany coupled with the lease of a Dwelling House on Parliament Street (see beneath) in the City of Dublin.

There is a possibility that the first known Thomas JACKSON in this tree was a Thomas JACKSON who was a son of Jacob JACKSON & Elinor HIGGINBOTHAM. SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass., Co. Wicklow. More work is needed.

 

Detail from the 1798 map of Dublin by William M. Wilson. SEE: Dublin1798.com website
Dublin Corner of Parliament & Smock
Thomas Jackson's bookselling and library business was located on the south end of Essex Bridge at the start of Parliament Street (see middle right-hand corner of map). It was on the west side of Parliament street and backed on to Lower Exchange street.

 

The following deeds reveal connections to other family members and also when and where members of the family resided.
NOTE: The outline of their family tree is posted beneath this table of deeds.

Date

Deed

1783 Feb 21

ROD: 350-228-235677

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Indenture re marriage[3] of John CASH of Dublin bookseller and Isabella TUDOR 2nd daughter of Richard TUDOR of City of Dublin Goldsmith. Richard TUDOR & [Michael] MILLS of Dublin Bookseller as Trustees for said Isabella TUDOR & her said intended husband John CASH … £800. WITNESS: William WILLIAMS of City of Dublin notary & John WILLIAMS his clerk. NOTE: I presume Isabella was a daughter of Thomas TUDOR, and hence a brother of Charlotte JACKSON née TUDOR. It may be significant that a Joseph JACKSON of Spinians, Parish Donaghmore, Co. Wicklow married a Mary TUDOR of St. Bridget’s Parish, Dublin. Joseph had a brother Thomas. SEE: ROD:450-83-289426 beneath.

1792 Apr 21

ROD:450-83-289426

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Indentured deed btw Joseph JACKSON of Spinians Co Wicklow famer son of Jacob JACKSON late of Spinians farmer deceased of the 1st pt Mary TUDOR of City of Dublin spinster of the City of Dublin 2nd pt & Robert JONES Gent and William GRUMLEY both of City of Dublin of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 17 March 1753 btw Rev Richard BALDWIN Doc in Divinity and provost of Trinity College near Dublin demised to said Jacob JACKSON part of the town and lands of Spinians then in the possession of the said Jacob Jacob JACKSON [NOTE: the forenames included a repeat “Jacob Jacob”]in as full and ample a manner as he then held situate in Barony Tabotstown Co. Wicklow … for lives of Jacob JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON eldest son of  Jacob JACKSON & James JACKSON 2nd son, … after the decease of Jacob JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON & James JACKSON, then … to hold for term of 41 years  after the decease of Jacob Jacob JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON & James JACKSON at yearly rent of £50 and reciting that Jacob JACKSON deceased, he devised to his son Thomas JACKSON 1/4th of the lands in Spinians and the other 3/4th prts to  sons Joseph & John JACKSON and reciting that a marriage btw Joseph JACKSON & Mary TUDOR anticipated… on consid £340 to said Joseph JACKSON pd by Mary TUDOR and of a house and premises on the south side of Fade Street in City of Dublin to which Joseph JACKSON on his marriage[4] with said Mary TUDOR became entitled and with other considerations Joseph JACKSON confirmed to Robert JONES & William GRUMLEY the aforesaid part of lands of Spinians devised to Joseph JACKSON by the will of Jacob JACKSON in Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow and also townlands of Ballintrusbegg [Ballintruer Beg? Parish Donaghmore, Barony Upper Talbotstown] Co. Wicklow containing 26a with buildings etc  and bound on the west by the road leading from Baltinglass to Dublin and on the east by the lands then late in possession of Abraham CRITCHLY on the south uplands than late in possession of Charles COOPER * on the North by the road leading from Ballyhubbock to Baltinglass and on the south with lands in possession of Anthony DEMPSY for lives of Thomas & James JACKSON. … WITNESS: J[?] CONOLLY of City of Dublin China Merchant & James [?] PALMER of City of Dublin Gent & Joseph DICKSON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass..

1796 Aug 11

ROD: 502-336-324980

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Btw Thomas JACKSON of Dublin bookseller of the 1st pt. Thomas TUDOR of City of Dublin Glover & Charlotte TUDOR youngest daughter of the sd Thomas TUDOR of the 2nd pt. and Richard TUDOR Of City of Dublin Goldsmith[5] of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw Thomas JACKSON & Charlotte TUDOR… see also will of her (presumably  late) mother) … and reciting that by deed bearing equal date Thomas JACKSON secured to his three children by the late Jane JACKSON otherwise CASH £300 …. Also £300 Bond to secure for Charlotte TUDOR and any issue of theirs …WITNESS John CASH of City of Dublin Gent & John ROBINSON….

1805 Feb 20

ROD:609-220-416089

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Indenture btw Margaret Helen BOMFORD of Bormount Co. Wexford & widow of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Bookseller of the other part. BOMFORD confirmed to JACKSON that part of Delgany late in possession of Thomas FADE containing 15a in Parish of Delgany, Co. Wicklow to hold for lives of Benjamin KEITLEY & Richard FOX the C'este que vie re indenture made by Benjamin KEITLEY & Hall LAMB to William BOMFORD dated 9 Oct 1790 for term of 27 years for rent of £68 5 payable half yearly

… WITNESS: Gabriel HEATLEY of Bormount Co. Wexford Esq & Edward ST. LEGER of Bormount. Memorial WITNESS: Gabriel J. HEATLEY & George JACKSON bookseller of City of Dublin.

1805 Nov 13

Parliament St 1739-1810

ROD: 578-334-388905

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Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Bookseller of 1 pt  granted to Francis DECOURSEY of Parliament Street in City of Dublin Breeches Maker the Dwelling House or tenement on west side of Parliament St. City of Dublin containing in front to the said Street 18'6" and in rere 18'3" with the yard behind lately occupied by Thomas JACKSON of Parliament Street. Bounded on east by Parliament Street on the west by the rere of a holding on the Blind Quay now called Exchange[6] Street on the north by Anne McCONNELL’s holding & on the south By Messrs FEEDY and LINDRIEs holding. To hold to said Francis DeCOURCEY for [Royal lives] for yearly rent of £113-15. WITNESS: George JACKSON, Gent & Edward PURDUE of City of Dublin Attorney at Law. NOTE: I looked in Parliament St. 1807-1828 and there was no mention of JACKSON.

1805 Nov 25

Parliament St 1739-1810

ROD: 578-334-388906

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BTW Thomas DeCOURCEY of City of Dublin Breeches maker of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of said City Book Seller of the other part.  Reciting 12th & 13th Nov 1805 [for land details see #388906] contained a covenant for renewal  … Francis DeCOURCEY for £150 assigned to Thomas JACKSON in his actual possession  …

1810 Mar 28

ROD:637-75-434271

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Deed of Release btw Elizabeth TUDOR of City of Dublin [spinster?] & Isabella TUDOR of City of Dublin spinster Adam FLEMING of City of Dublin Glover Mary FLEMING otherwise TUDOR his wife, Rachel TUDOR of City of Dublin Spinster Harriet TUDOR of City of Dublin Spinster, Thomas JACKSON of Delgany Co. Wicklow Gent & Charlotte JACKSON his wife of the 1st pt Thomas McPHERSON of City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt.  Whereas the said Elizabeth TUDOR Isabella TUDOR Mary FLEMING Rachel TUDOR Harriet TUDOR and Charlotte JACKSON for and in consideration of sum of £500 demised to Thomas McPHERSON houses on Abbey Street containing in breadth in the front to said Street 20' & in depth from front to rere 120' Bounded on the west by ground in possession of [Mrs Jane?] WILKINS on the East by New Strand Street on the east by a Lot of Ground in possession of[Mrs. James PERRIN?] and on the North by Abbey Street … to hold from 25 March 1810 for term of 99 years at the yearly rent of £68.5 for sum of  £500 WITNESS: John CASH of City of Dublin Attorney. NOTE: It is likely that Elizabeth TUDOR, Isabella TUDOR, Mary FLEMING, Rachel TUDOR, Harriet TUDOR and Charlotte JACKSON are all daughters of Thomas TUDOR.

1812 Sep 2

ROD: 656-84-450246

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Thomas JACKSON of Delgany, Co Wicklow granted to Francis DECOURSEY of Parliament Street in City of Dublin Breeches Maker the house or tenement on west side of Parliament St. City of Dublin containing in front 18'6" and in rere 18'3" with the yard behind lately occupied by Thomas JACKSON of Parliament Street. Bounded on east by Parliament Street on the west by the rere of a holding on the Blind Quay now called Exchange Street on the north by Mr. STERNES holding & on the south By [William?] LINSEYs holding. For [royal] lives by virtue of a lease to DECOURSEY from Thomas JACKSON 15 Nov 1805. WITNESS: Charles [TOSSLER?] James NEWCOMEN

1821 Mar 22

ROD:760-520-516455

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BTW Charlotte JACKSON of Delgany, Co. Wicklow, widow and executrix of Thomas JACKSON deceased, George JACKSON, Charlotte JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON, Harriet JACKSON, Alexander JACKSON, Thomasina JACKSON, Isabella JACKSON and Eliza JACKSON children of said Thomas JACKSON deceased of the 1 pt.; Mary IVERS of City of Dublin, spinster of the other pt. Reciting lease 3 Jan 1804 William BROPHY & Michael BROPHY both of Ballyridden Co. Kilkenny farmers for consideration set to Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent the house orchard, gardens and grounds of Ballyridden formerly held by Robert FORRESTER containing 50 acres near Bennetts Bridge Co. Kilkenny with the new Mills lately built to hold for lives of John MAX & Thomas MAX junior and George MAX then of City of Kilkenny and that Charlotte JACKSON, widow, George JACKSON, Charlotte JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON, Harriet JACKSON, Alexander JACKSON, , Thomasina JACKSON, Isabella JACKSON and Eliza JACKSON set over to Mary FREERSHAM 50a of Ballyridden … WITNESSES: George MAHON of Delganny, Co. Wicklow, Gent, John MURRAY of Delganny, farmer & William HEALY of Grafton St, City of Dublin Shoemaker.

1823 Mar 17

ROD:779-459-597774

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BTW Charlotte JACKSON of Delgany Co. Wicklow widow & Executrix of Thomas JACKSON deceased of 1 pt Lawrence MURRY of same place of other part… 15 a of land in Delganny. WITNESS: Alexander JACKSON of Delganny, Co. Wicklow Carpenter & Robert MILLS

1829 Jul 24

ROD: 849-225-568225

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BTW Charlotte JACKSON of Delgany, Co. Wicklow Devisee & Executor of Thomas JACKSON of 1 pt; Charles Alexander GRIFFITH of Parliament St City of Dublin Oil Man & Wine Merchant of the other pt. Reciting deed 13 Nov 1805 Thomas JACKSON devised Francis DeCOURCEY dwelling house on west side of Parliament St. Parish St. Werburgh’s, City of Dublin…[echoes the 1805 description but with changed names of residents: Dwelling House or tenement on west side of Parliament St. City of Dublin containing in front to the said Street 18'6" and in rere 18'3" with the yard behind lately occupied by Thomas JACKSON of Parliament Street. Bounded on east by Parliament Street on the west by the rere of a holding on the Blind Quay now called Exchange Street on the north by Anne McCONNELL’s holding & on the south By Messrs FEEDY and LINDRIEs holding]  Thomas JACKSON deceased appointed Charlotte JACKSON executrix and guardian of his children … WITNESS: George JACKSON of St. Andrew St City of Dublin & George CONNOR jr of Dawson St attorney & Catherine JACKSON.

 

Descendants of Thomas JACKSON b. abt 1760 - a bookseller etc of Dublin and Dalgany Co Wicklow
NOTE: Footnotes are at the bottom of the page - beneath other tables.

1-Thomas JACKSON[7] b. est 1760, d. Between 1810 and 1821, of Dublin & Delgany,

  Parish Delgany, Barony of Rathdown, Co. Wicklow

 + Jane CASH[8] d. Bef 1796

|--2-JACKSON[9]

|--2-JACKSON[10]

|--2-JACKSON[11]

 + Charlotte TUDOR[12] b. Abt 1785, d. 22 Oct 1845, of Ranelagh & Delgany, Parish

  Delgany, Barony of Rathdown, Co. Wicklow, Bur. Chapelizod, Co. Dublin

|--2-Charlotte JACKSON[13] b. Abt 1796, Dublin or Delgany, Co. Wicklow, d. 14 Apr

|    1876, Killymuck, Co. Londonderry

|   + Robert MARKS[14]

|--2-Isabella JACKSON[15] b. Abt 1805, d. Dec 1822, Probably Dublin, Bur. 9 Dec

|    1822, Delgany, Co. Wicklow

|--2-Harriet JACKSON[16] b. Abt 1805

|--2-Thomasina JACKSON[17] b. Abt 1805, d. 11 Dec 1851, Killincarrick, Co. Wicklow

|   + James EVANS[18] d. of Killincarrick, Co. Wicklow

|--2-Alexander JACKSON[19] b. Abt 1808, of Delgany, Co. Wicklow

|   + Sarah[20] [Her surname was likely ROBINSON]

|  |--3-Thomas Robinson JACKSON[21] c. 26 Aug 1832, Delgany, Co. Wicklow

|--2-Eliza May JACKSON[22] b. Abt 1812, d. Dec 1822, Possibly Dublin, Bur. 25 Dec

|    1822, Delgany, Co. Wicklow

|--2-George JACKSON[23] b. Bef 1821

|--2-Margaret JACKSON[24] b. Bef 1821

 

Date

NOTES – Seeking connections to Sackville Street & JACKSONs

1793 Aug 26

BEATTIE Names Index 1786-1794

ROD: 483-9-300590

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Zachariah JACKSON[25] of City of Dublin, printer & Edward BEATTY & David  BEATTY of City of Dublin Merchants. On Jun 22, 1793 Thomas WAITE Medical Doctor of City of Dublin demised to Zachariah JACKSON parcel of land #5 on east side of Sackville St… 23’ in breadth also 23’ in depth from front to rere on the North side 70’ and on the south side 20’ Bounded on the North by land set by the Commissioners for making wide and Convt Street in City of Dublin to Mr. John ROBINSON on the South by ground set to Mr. Henry JESSOP on the east by a Stable Lane and on the West by a Stable Lane with the new built back dwelling house Messuage or tenement made by Thomas WAITE fronting Sackville Street and also the back house erected and built on said ground by Zachariah JACKSON for lives of [royalty] . Zachariah JACKSON granted to Edward BEATTIE and David BEATTIE  the ground at #5 and buildings [then mention of Richard BEATTIE] WITNESS: Ambrose HARVEY and Richard WADDY Gent. Zachariah JACKSON [SEAL]

1798 Jul 21

ROD: 516-209-337136 Index 1794

Zachariah JACKSON bookseller of City of Dublin Thomas WATERS had demised to Zachariah JACKSON in 1793 land on the east side of Sackville St. fronting on Sackville St … lives of Royalty.

1799 Nov 27

ROD: 522-377-342662

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Btw Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & James CARROLL of City of Dublin confectioner of other pt. JACKSON granted house yard &concerns known by  #113 on North Side of Great Britain St. Co of Dublin… [description of property] for lives of Amelia JACKSON Louisa JACKSON and Mary JACKSON sisters of sd John William JACKSON. Witnessed by Anna JACKSON of City of Dublin Widow & John POWER of sd City Gent. NOTE: In Mem # 446922 note his Co. Kildare connection. In other deeds, he seems to be an attorney at 6 Upper Sackville Street and 31 Baggott Street.. See also: Page (John), William Bayly and others, appellants versus Frederick and Belinda Hamilton, minors, by Delphina Hamilton, Jacob William Jackson and others re estates of John Lord Bellew, including lands of Roche and Rochdale and Castletown Bellew, co. Louth, and other lands in Meath and Kildare. Irish Chancery appeal. Appellants' case and respondents' case. Aug. 1807.

1800 Apr 15

ROD: 525-291-344717

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Indented deed of Co-partnership Btw James STEPHENS of Bachelors Walk, City of Dublin, Merchant of 1st pt & Thomas JACKSON & John TUDOR both of same City Gents & trustees on behalf of George CASH then aged abt 16 years, son of John CASH of Sackville Street, City of Dublin, City of Dublin, Esq. … partnership of Stephens & Cash merchants… for space of 7 years  James STEPHENS to bring in sum of £1200 and the Trustees of George CASH a sum of £1500 which his said father advanced for him. Each party to be entitled to an equal proportion of the profits and all charges and expenses …

1815 Jan 21

ROD:608-199- 472851

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BTW Thomas Orby HUNTER of Crowland Abbey Co. Lincoln Great Britain Esq. of 1st pt. George ENSOR of Ardrass Co. Armagh & Richard ANDERSON of Kiltermain Co. Dublin Esq. Trustees in will of Ambrose SMITH of Co. Dublin Esq. deceased of 2nd pt. Thomas SMITH of Wicklow Co. Wicklow Esq of 3rd pt Jacob William JACKSON of North Earl Street in City of Dublin Gent of 4th pt James HUNTER of Paper Building in the Inner Temple City of London Gent of the 5th pt. Reciting will of Gorges E. HOWARD late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased bearing date 26 June 1784 that he possessed several lots of ground and houses on east side of Parliament Street & on Dame Street & on west side of Crane Lane all in City of Dublin … he devised the same to Elizabeth HUNTER … decree of Court of Ireland 4 Feb 1793 … Sir Richard GORGES … deed of release 10 July 1794 by which William CHRISTMAS & Sir William GORGES & George MEREDITH (trustees) granted to Ambrose SMITH & William WELDON Esqs. … wherein said Gorges A HOWARD deceased [?] Parliament Street Dame Street & Crane Lane … Thomas O HUNTER had sold to Jacob William JACKSON in his actual possession the said several parcels … WITNESS: [?] MACKENZIE Lieut. Gen Rosshire Scotland & Henry CAMPBELL [?] Davies Street London. George ENSOR witnessed by Acheson St. GEORGE Collector of Excise Armagh & William KENNEDY Armagh Gent. Thomas SMITH witnessed by Robert PORTER Curate Wicklow & John PRICE Esq. Marlton Wicklow …

1817 Oct 14

ROD: 722-172-493307

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BTW Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of one pt & Frederick HAMILTON of Dunurth Co. Kildare Esq of the other pt. Reciting that Frederick HAMILTON Esq. deceased the father of the said Frederick party to this deed & by the last will of Frederick Lord [?] Bayne to charge his estates in Co. Louth, Meath & Kildare with a sum of £6,000 and that said Frederick HAMILTON deceased was also empowered by said will to charge the estates with a jointure for any wife he should marry… and that the said Frederick HAMILTON intermarrried with Delphin SMITH by whom he had issue one son only the said Frederick HAMILTON party to said release of whom Anne the wife of said Jacob William JACKSON was one and that said Frederick died leaving the said Delphina his widow and his said three daughters him surviving & that the said Frederick HAMILTON deceased duly executed the said power of an administrator & portioning in favour of his wife & daughters & reciting that Delphina died & by her will appended her daughter the said Anne JACKSON sole executor and further reciting that by decree of Chancery in Ireland 1 July 1808 made in Cause of [???] against HAMILTON & JACKSON & wife  & others ordered that F HAMILTON party to the deed … payments made to the said Jacob William JACKSON and his wife Anne … estate in bay of Kildare … WITNESS: Lloyd WEYMOUTH of Sackville Street, City of Dublin & John WILLAN of Sackville St. Esq Jacob William JACKSON [SEAL]

1817 Oct 14

ROD: 722-175- 493310

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Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt. Frederick HAMILTON of Dunfurth Co. Kildare of the other pt & James AMBROSE then residing in Bath of … of 3rd pt & John NUGENT of  Kilassanna Co. Longford Esq. a Trustee … reciting deed 1 Dec 1699 btw Richard Gordon BELLEW Barony Duleek in Ireland since deceased of 1 pt & Thomas BURKE of [Portmund] in the Co. Galway Esq. since deceased of the other pt.  ;;; long list of lands … vested in the said Jacob William JACKSON as trustee for the said Francis HAMILTON Memorial WITNESS John NUGENT [Jacob William JACKSON signed] …

1819 May 14

ROD: 740-519-504454

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BTW Thomas BALL Esq. Master in Chancery of 1st pt. Jacob William JACKSON & Thomas ENRIGHT of 2nd pt William Dowell FRY Esq & Belinda FRY otherwise HAMILTON his wife of the 3rd pt. Frederick HAMILTON of Danforth Co. Kildare of 4th pt.  Reciting 22 May 1805 btw William D. FRY and wife of 1st pt & said Frederick HAMILTON and Jacob William JACKSON of 2nd pt  … discharged Trusts 31 Aug 1817  - Frederick HAMILTON desired to be discharged of the trusts … Jacob William JACKSON and Thomas ENRIGHT were appointed new trustees and the sum due on foot of the said articles amounted to £2,832 and assigned to JACKSON & ENRIGHT and invested … Manors of Dunfeirth & Mylestown town and lands Dunfurth, Muckland alias Mucklan alias Mucklow alias Mucklymoyne othersise Mulgee Mullaghunard back of the orchard and part of Derry Bog Myerstown Kellyon Gunteen Cooltree Killonmurry Killshunroe Clonkeran alias Clonkeirain Ballyowmullagh Kilshane owse Kilshanghoe Clun dowse Clunagh and that part of the Bog of Allen belonging to the said Manors of Dunfurth and Mylerstown …Barony of Carbury Co. Kildare WITNESS: John WILTON of Dundrum, Co. Dublin & C[?] BAYNES of Bristol in Kingdom of Gt Britain spinster. NOTE: I do not know the family connections of Jacob William JACKSON. A solicitor, he died in Southampton, will probated 1852. He had lived at 6, Upper Sackville Street, Dublin. Died Monday [August 4], in Briton Street, Jacob William JACKSON aged 69 years [b. 1781] SOURCE: Hampshire Chronicle, August 3, 1850

 SEE: ROD: 738-523-503258 for related detail

1822 Oct 21

 

ROD: 775-407- 525342

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BTW Jacob William JACKSON Attorney Esq. of 1st pt Robert Hayes WELCH of Lower Gardiner St City of Dublin Esq. of other pt…. JACKSON demised lands of Mulgrith [aka Mulgeeth,, Parish of Dunfierth] Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare , together with the dwelling house and all other buildings and improvements are erected on the said premises together also with all bogs Loughs water and water courses Heaths Furze Commons Commons pasture orchards Gardens Meadows feedings rights, members of dad ages emoluments appendices whatsoever to all and singular hereby granted and assigned lands and premises and also the two small crofts or gardens being part of the townland of Muckland [aka Mucklon ] lying on the right-hand side of the old road leading from the iron gate of the house built by the said Jacob William JACKSON to the interior of said lands the one croft containing  1r 33p and now formally numbered 32 on the general map of the estate of Frederick Hamilton therein named and the other croft containing 1r 31p and then formerly number 33 on said map said past mentioned lands making in the hall thre3r 32p  … To hold for lives [names, not mentioned] WITNESS: George CONNOR and Richard HEATHERINTON of City of Dublin

NOTE: This land is bordered by other lands held by JACKSONs in this time frame and before: Drehid to the west, and Timahoe East to the south and Kilmurry to the west. SEE: A Second line of Quaker JACKSONs in Kings Co. I suspect he will turn out to be connected.

1823 Jan 15

HAY 1822-1824 Error Not p 550

ROD: 778-329-527065

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Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown Co. Limerick Esq of 1 pt. ‘ ....Lot #20 in possession of Reps of late Henry OTTIWELL on west side of Lower or New Sackville St City of Dublin  [description] … together with the New buildings lately erected on 3 lots of ground intended for a Hotel and to be known by the new Post Office Buildings Hotel … bounded on north by Princess St. …

1825 Mar 26

ROD: 801-371-540906

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BTW William SALL Brevit Major in his Majesty’s 47th Regiment and then of Cheltenham UK of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Sackville St City of Dublin Merchant of other pt. … granted 7a 2r 29p of lands of Ole Merrion in City of Dublin … WITNESS; William Robert CROKER of City of Dublin, Gent Attorney…

1828 Jul 3

ROD: 840-407-563907

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BTW Rt Hon Benjamin Lord Aldborough of 1st pt the right Hon Mason Gerrard STRATFORD commonly called Lord Viscount Amiens the eldest son of the said Lord Aldborough of 2nd pt; Charles DOYNE of Newtown Park Co. Dublin Esq 3rd pt; William JACKSON of Sackville St. City of Dublin Gent 4th pt; Montgomery BLAIR of City of Hereford Esq of 5th pt. Robert SAUNDERS of Saunder’s Grove Co. Wicklow Esq. and Rev. John Christopher LLOYD of Peter’s Place of 6th pt and said Charles DOYNE and Thomas Rickard WALK[?] of City of Hereford gents of 7th pt. … lands of Great Belan & Little Belan & Pile containing 820a .. lands of Grangeford containing 8a all in Barony Kilkea & Moone Co. Kildare & also townlands of Rathtole & Ballycore otherwise Corestown 460a in Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow … Baltinglass … {many, many more townlands in several countries mentioned] … Court of Common Pleas at Dublin whereby said William JACKSON should demand against Charles DOYNE said messuages ….  WITNESS: Henry SCOTT of Baltinglass Co. Wicklow Clerk & William JACKSON apprentice to William LEWIS attorney

NOTE: I can’t figure out what the interests of William JACKSON of Sackville St. were.  See also Robert JACKSON of Sackville in #540906.

1828 Jul 3

ROD: 840-407-563907

Image 294 NOTE: This was a complex 8 page deed, and I do not claim to have captured all of it in my notes.

BTW Rt Hon Benjamin Lord Aldborough of 1st pt the right Hon Mason Gerrard STRATFORD commonly called Lord Viscount Amiens the eldest son of the said Lord Aldborough of 2nd pt; Charles DOYNE of Newtown Park Co. Dublin Esq 3rd pt; William JACKSON of Sackville St. City of Dublin Gent 4th pt; Montgomery BLAIR of City of Hereford Esq of 5th pt. Robert SAUNDERS of Saunder’s Grove Co. Wicklow Esq. and Rev. John Christopher LLOYD of Peter’s Place of 6th pt and said Charles DOYNE and Thomas Rickard WALK[?] of City of Hereford gents of 7th pt. … lands of Great Belan & Little Belan & Pile containing 820a .. lands of Grangeford containing 8a all in Barony Kilkea & Moone Co. Kildare & also townlands of Rathtole & Ballycore otherwise Corestown 460a in Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow … Baltinglass … also Town and Lands of Awney orse Knockaney, Ballyhaakish, Gortacluneagh, Kilgabbin and Cronewell in Co. Limerick, also town and lands of Derrylasker, Derryglassane, Cresard, Ballyready & Ballyraddin, Rathbull, Rathcoole, Killbrah, Bailstown, Gairane orse Garranderehy, Brackah, Milltown orse Milltownmore, Knockcurrgah, Ballintemple, Garrinhillagh orse Whitelaw, Powerswood & part of Juliamaine.  In Co. Tipperary. And town and land of Mount Neille, Waterstown, Oldtown, Knockboy and Mountkelly in Co. Carlow. Also interest in several houses outhouses, lots of land and tenements in or near Town of New Ross under the Liberties of Ross also town and lands of Ballytory, Bealin, Greare, Ballymurry, Jacunyshane, Rathlenan, Roestown, Candaniel, Trumner and houses in Wexford  situate in Co. Wexford. Also three undivided fifth parts of Lands of Lavallis, Carranagh, Correa and Carrowentaylor, Geevaghs and Ardunybrack, Cartron Hill, Rathnarce, Woodfield and Tubberanny, Tirelick, Kingsfort and 120a 30p of Drumconry and 312 a 2r Lands of Correa in Co. Sligo. And also all and singular other the Messuages, Lands, Tenements and hereditaments situate in Counties of Kildare, Wicklow, Sligo, Limerick, Tipperary, Carlow and Wexford so either of them whereunto said Mason Gordon STRATFORD or any person or persons in trust for him … Benjamin Lord Aldborough & Mason Gerard STRATFORD granted to Charles DOYNE his heirs and assigns … in order that seven or more good and perfect Common recoveries may be had … and that it may be lawful for said William JACKSON at the Costs and Charges in the Law of said Benjamin Lord Alborough … to sue and prosecute out of His Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland seven or more writs of entry …. Whereby said William JACKSON should demand against said Charles DOYNE said Messuages, Lands, Tenements, Hereditaments and premises therein beforementioned to be thereby granted and released with every of their appurtenances ….  To the use Intent and purpose that James Montgomery BLAIR his exors and admons should and might during the joint natural lives of Benjamin Lord Aldborough and Mason Gerrard STRATFORD have and enjoy upon their trusts £700 issuing from said lands … that in case said Benjamin Lord Aldborough should then have departed this life, and immediately after his decease the said Robert SAUNDERS and Rev. John Charles LLOYD their exors, admons and assigns should receive from the trusts £700. … support of Maria & Augusts STRATFORD the two illegitimate children of Mason Gerard STRATFORD … also payable to Benjamin O’Neill STRATFORD, Henry Charles STRATFORD and Martha STRATFORD the three children of mason Gerard STRATFORD by Cornelia is wife … Charles DOYNE and Richard WATKINS … WITNESS: Henry SCOTT Baltinglass Co. Wicklow, Clerk & William JACKSON Apprentice to the above named, William LEWIS Gent Attorney. WITNESS: William COREY of Munfin, Co. Wexford Esq & Frederick BROSCHELL of Astend in the Netherlands in Kingdom of Holland Commissioner.  Sealed in presence of Henry SCOTT Clerk, William JACKSON.

NOTE: I can’t figure out what the interests of William JACKSON of Sackville St. were and whether he was related to the William JACKSON assistant clerk of Henry SCOTT..  See also Robert JACKSON of Sackville in #540906. The highlighted Co. Sligo townlands are ones where JACKSONs held leases in the early 1800s.

1833 Jan 26

ROD: 1833-2-77

JACKSON, Robert-ALLOTT, Ann

Robert JACKSON of Upper Sackville St., Dublin Merchant Tailor … annuity… Robert JACKSON of 4th part…house #20 on south side of Dame St now in possession of Benjamin BINNS [near Dame Lane] WITNESS William JACKSON son of Robert JACKSON, attorney at law.

 

Misc Gleanings

A passage leading to Cork Hill from Isolde’s Tower was known in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries as “Scarlet Lane”. This street was in the Parish of Saint Olave and was within the city walls. In the reign of Henry the Eight, a notable citizen called Ussher owned a large orchard on the street. He would later have St. John’s Church built in Fishamble Street, at his own expense.

About the close of the reign of James the First, Scarlet Lane became known as the “Blind Quay”. In 1667, it was noted that a large mansion and three tenements, called “Cadogen’s Alley”, were built in a garden in the area. Some of the buildings located on the Blind Quay included St. Dunstan’s Coffee House (1707), The Black Lion and Punchbowl (1742), the Goose and Gridiron (1748), The Hare and Hound and the Ligonier’s Head, both of which were frequented by Masonic Lodges(1751), and The Fountain Tavern(1767). Towards the middle of the sixteenth century, the fortunes of the Blind Quay began to fall and the area was frequented by people of ill – repute. This led, in 1776, to its name being changed to Exchange Street.

http://www.frg.ie/local-history/a-snippet-of-dublin-history-part-10-dame-st-its-quays/  

Image 295 Parish St. Werburgh 1828-1832

https://www.johngrenham.com/browse/county_civil.php?county=Dublin%20city

 



[1] Robert JACKSON  

·         Jackson, Robert, I b 1748 1762-d.1793  Printer, bookseller. Printer to the religious Society of Friends, Dublin. NGR  Globe, Meath st. 1762-1793. He succeeded his father Isaac. SOURCE: Mary Pollard, A Dictionary of the Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800, Oxford University Press, 2000, 314,

o   Will dated 3 Jul 1778 was proved 15 Feb 1793 … all stock to his sister Rachel Maria who was his executrix. His letters show an inquiring mind, with special and knowledgeable interest in astronomy.

[2] Rachel Maria JACKSON  

·         Jackson, Rachel Maria b 1755 1793-1794 d. 1836  Printer, bookseller. Printer to the Religious Society of Friends, Dublin NGR  20 Meath St. 1793-1794  She was a daughter of Isaac Jackson (d 1772) and Mary (d. 1756) and succeeded her brother Robert who d. Feb 1793. In 1771, before she was 16, “a young man in her father’s employment [Thomas Byrne?] succeeded in gaining her affections”; after a clandestine and illegal marriage her father sent her to relations in Mountmellick, Co. Laois, where she repented for 8 years (Memoranda of R.M. Jackson, compiled by M. Wright (Dublin, 1854), pp. iii-iv. [more details of her business interests follow] After her shaky start, she became a worthy Friend and in 1809 was “acknowledged a minister”. She died Apr 10, 1836. Succeeded by John Gough.), SOURCE: Mary Pollard, A Dictionary of the Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800, Oxford University Press, 2000, p314,

·         After her death Memoranda  of Rachel Maria Jackson was published. It is a volume of pious reflections.).

 

[3] John CASH married Isabella TUDOR in 1783

·         https://archive.org/details/op1253263-1001/page/n150/mode/1up/search/Tudor

[5] Richard TUDOR Goldsmith warden SEE: The Goldsmith’s Co. of Dublin.

·         1761 Richard TUDOR married Mary BRYMER. https://archive.org/details/op1253263-1001/page/n111/mode/1up/search/Tudor

·         Dick Tudor was a goldsmith and jeweller. He had the reputation of being the wealthiest man in the locality. He neither lent nor borrowed. His intercourse with his neighbours was very limited. He was a widower, and had an only child, of whom he was excessively fond. His tastes were in his business; he had a love for his art, and would execute a beautiful design for a smaller [Pg 18]comparative profit than would satisfy him for second-hand plate or mere repairs; but his affections excluded every other worldly object, and were concentrated in his daughter, Mary Tudor. SOURCE: Twenty Years Recollections of an Irish Policeman.

[6] Exchange Street

·         Towards the middle of the sixteenth century, the fortunes of the Blind Quay began to fall and the area was frequented by people of ill – repute. This led, in 1776, to its name being changed to Exchange Street.  http://www.frg.ie/local-history/a-snippet-of-dublin-history-part-10-dame-st-its-quays/

[7] Thomas JACKSON (see deeds in more detail in above table)

·         ROD: 502-336-324980

·         ROD:609-220-416089 & ROD: 578-334-388906

·         ROD:637-75-434271

·         ROD: 656-84-450246

·         ROD:760-520-516455

·         A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800: Based on the Records of the Guild of St. Luke the Evangelist, Dublin. Mary Pollard, Bibliographical Society, Guild of St. Luke the Evangelist (Dublin, Ireland), Bibliographical Society (Great Britain). Oxford University Press, 2000. pp 315-316. NOTE: Not all the relevant pages are not available online (I bought a copy). Thomas JACKSON was a Bookseller with a circulating library and was also a lottery office keeper. He was likely made a freeman of Dublin in 1799. In 1784 April 19 he owned the Universal Circulating Library with more than 10,000 volumes “bought at great expence from W. Spotswood, with bookselling, printing, stationary at 4 Essex Gate”. He married Mary Cash of St. Mary’s Parish 24 May 1784. 1785 Sep 25 his establishment was advertised as “Jackson’s” [Dublin Morning Post] Some of his publications could be called “pot-boilers” – for example The Trial of Mrs Harriet Errington, ... for Committing Adultery with Augustus Murray Smith, ... Captain Buckley, ... Captain Southby; The Reverend Thomas Walker clerk and many others. By 1789, he now had 12,000 volumes in his circulating library and 1790 was licenced to deal in lottery tickets. In 1800, his library moved to Sackville Street [NOTE: Now named O’Connell St.]. And there were many new novels. Publications also included books of hymns and books for children. After 1807, he may have left Dublin for England if Guild note is correct. In 1809, his library was acquired by Charles MOSS.

·         ROD: 525-291-344717. Image 466 Indented deed of Co-partnership Btw James STEPHENS of Bachelors Walk, City of Dublin, Merchant of 1st pt & Thomas JACKSON & John TUDOR both of same City Gents & trustees on behalf of George CASH then aged abt 16 years, son of John CASH of Sackville Street, City of Dublin, City of Dublin, Esq. … partnership of Stephens & Cash merchants… for space of 7 years  James STEPHENS to bring in sum of £1200 and the Trustees of George CASH a sum of £1500 which his said father advanced for him. Each party to be entitled to an equal proportion of the profits and all charges and expenses …

[8] Jane CASH

·         ROD: 502-336-324980

·         No names are known for the three children – whether male or female is not known –born to Jane CASH in her marriage to Thomas JACKSON. It is possible that they were born in the City of Dublin, likely in either St. Werburgh’s Parish or St. John’s Parish. I suspect that one of them might have been named Thomas JACKSON since that forename was not used to name the sons of Thomas JACKSON born in his subsequent marriage.

[9] JACKSON. Possibly Thomas.

·         ROD: 502-336-324980

[10] JACKSON

·         ROD: 502-336-324980

[11] JACKSON

·         ROD: 502-336-324980

[12] Charlotte TUDOR

·         ROD: 502-336-324980

·         1796 ML https://archive.org/details/op1253263-1001/page/n864/mode/1up/search/Tudor

·         ROD:760-520-516455

·         ROD:779-459-597774

·         ROD: 849-225-568225

·         Probate 1846

·         Marriage: Thomas JACKSON Parliament Street Dublin Bookseller and Charlotte TUDOR of Parish St. Werburgh spinster 13 Aug 1796. SOURCE: Benthams Abstracts.

[13] Charlotte JACKSON

·         Marriage in JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

·         Her death date and hence imputed birth date is based on a hunch. A Charlotte MARKS died 14 Apr 1876 age 80 at Killymuck, Co. Londonderry registered at Magerafelt. She was a widow. Robert SHUTER was present at her death. Her occupation was housekeeper.

·         ROD:760-520-516455

[14] Robert MARKS

·         Marriage in JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

[15] Isabella JACKSON

·         Death recorded in JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

[16] Harriet JACKSON

·         Her birth date is an estimate based on the date of her confirmation at Delganny Parish

[17] Thomasina JACKSON

·         Marriage and death in JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD. NOTE: All her children are also recorded there. I have not included them in this tree.

·         ROD:760-520-516455

[18] James EVANS

·         Marriage in JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

[19] Alexander JACKSON

·         SEE: JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

·         ROD:760-520-516455

[20] Sarah [Her surname was likely ROBINSON]

·         SEE: JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

[21] Thomas Robinson JACKSON

·         SEE: JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

[22] Eliza May JACKSON

·         SEE: JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

·         ROD:760-520-516455

[23] George JACKSON

·         SEE: JACKSONs in Delgany Parish Co Wicklow BMD.

·         ROD:760-520-516455

[24] Margaret JACKSON

·         ROD:760-520-516455

 

[25] Zachariah JACKSON possibly 1766-1836.

·         He was a successful publisher but is curiously elusive with respect to his ancestry and whether he had any children.

·         A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800: Based on the Records of the Guild of St. Luke the Evangelist, Dublin. Mary Pollard, Bibliographical Society, Guild of St. Luke the Evangelist (Dublin, Ireland), Bibliographical Society (Great Britain). Oxford University Press, 2000. pp 316.

o   16 Feb 1789, he married Jane MEREDYTH. NOTE: Given this marriage date and later residence in London, he would be a fit with the Zachariah JACKSON buried 20 Apr 1836 at Southwark, St George the Martyr, age 70 (b1766)

o   1792 Dublin Freeman by “Grace Especial” – this would be by special request, done as a favour or a recommendation.. Jackson Freemen in Dublin.

o   1791-1793 he was at  18 Great Ship Street.

o   1793-1797 he was at #5 New Buildings, Sackville Street.

o   1799 he was at 7 Dame Street

o   1803-1813 He was probably in France. “He was presumably there when war was declared in 1803, and perhaps earlier; he refers variously to 9 and 11 years captivity; Letter from prisoner of War  at Verdun, 2 Jul 1806, says that the writer had met only 2 Dubliners amongst those detained at outset of war, ZJ being one.

o   1820 at 12 Gough Square, Fleet St., London.

o   1831 he wrote and published Key which opens the secret cabinet of the Vatican.

·         National Library Ireland: an unrecorded 18th century Irish geographical broadside, ‘A Geographical Table, Shewing all the intermediate and respective distances between the principal towns in France, Holland, Flanders, …’on the Rhine, ….including the Grand Theatre of the Present War, and the extensive French Frontier, from Dunkirk to Toulon’. Dublin: Zachariah Jackson [1795?]

·         PAYNE, John. Universal Geography formed into a new and entire System; describing Asia, Africa, Europe, and America; with their subdivisions of Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Republics: The extent, boundaries, and remarkable appearances of each country; cities, towns, and curiosities of nature and art. Also giving a general account of the fossil and vegetable productions of the earth, and of every species of animal. The History of Man, in all climates, regions and conditions; Customs, Manners, Laws, Governments, and Religions: the state of Arts, Sciences, Commerce, Manufactures, and Knowledge: sketches of the Ancient and Modern History of each Nation and People. To which is added, A Short View of Astronomy, as Connected with Geography; of the Planetary System to which the Earth belongs; and of the Universe in General. With a set of maps, drawn from the best materials, every one of which is coloured; and a great variety of copper-plates, descriptive of the most remarkable curiosities of nature. Hand-coloured botanical frontispiece to each volume. Large list of subscribers. Three volumes. Dublin: Printed by Zachariah Jackson, (No 5), New Buildings, Sackville Street, 1794.

o   NOTE: no Irish publisher published Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, but that several anti-Paine books were published, including one by Zachariah JACKSON: The Life of Paine by Frances Oldys. Printed by Zachariah Jackson for Richard White. SOURCE: Thomas Paine’s American Ideology. Alfred Owen Aldridge.

 

 

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