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The land grants to Edmond JACKSON at Corluddy, Portnascully, and Dungooly, all in Co. Kilkenny were key to assembling this tree. Benthams Abstracts filled in some of the gaps. Was he the Capt. JACKSON who had been dislodged from Co. Antrim? Was he a Royalist, or was he one of those who was caught up in the sweep when the government was transporting all Presbyterians from Antrim & Down in 1653? There is much that I do not know here.
SEE: 1653 Lists of Scots Transported from Counties Antrim & Down.
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 12, 2019

 

2019 Family tree: JACKSONs Co. Kilkenny - Corluddy, Portnascully, and Dungooly.

 

Why did this family end up in Tipperary, and where did they come from?

One clue comes from an unexpected source: The Declaration by the Commissioners for the settling and securing the Province of Ulster; dated at Carrickfergus, the 23rd of May, 1653[1]. It included names of Presbyterian landholders and others who were to be removed from Ulster into Leinster and Munster, in 1653. One of those names was a Capt. JACKSON. He had been a resident lease holder at Shanes Castle, Largy or Toome Quarters. It is possible that he was the  Edmond JACKSON who was granted lands at Corluddy, Portnascully, and Dungooly, all in Co. Kilkenny (Province of Leinster) are right on the western border of Waterford (Province of Munster).

Given the mention of Shane’s Castle, a connection to Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim is possible. So is a connection to the  JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

One of the versions of my family history:  The Jacksons came to Ireland with Cromwell (or so grandfather believed) & were given large grants of land in Co. Carlow & Kilkenny called Mount Leinster, Borris … SOURCE: Blin Brown’s (1886-1963) 1938 Notes on Family History NOTE: Could this be a case where the oral history slipped a cog? Or not?


 

 

1-Unnamed JACKSON[2] + Joane [3]

..2-Edmond JACKSON[4] d. 1667 + Lucy[5]

....3-Edmond JACKSON[6] d. After 1719

....3-John JACKSON[7] d. After 1721, Of  Portnescally, Co. Kilkenny

......4-Edmond JACKSON[8] d. Bet 1733-34 - 1760

........5-Margaret JACKSON[9] + Thomas BOYSE[10]

..........6-Samuel BOYSE[11] d. After 1816

..........6-Margaret BOYSE[12]

......4-George JACKSON[13] Esq. d. Abt 1760, of Portnascully, Barony Iverk, Co. Kilkenny + Elizabeth[14] d. After 1760

........5-Elizabeth JACKSON[15] b. Bef abt 1730, d. After 1760 + Francis BARKER[16] m. 1748

..........6-Elizabeth BARKER[17]

......4-Charles JACKSON[18] d. Between 1788 and 1816, of Corluddy, Portnecully, Co. Kilkenny + Anne BUSHILL[19] m. 21 Jun 1788, d. After 1816

........5-Richard Charles JACKSON[20] d. After 1816, of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary

......4-Alice JACKSON[21] d. btw 1760-1775 daughter of John JACKSON (?-btw 1733-34)

......4-Elinor JACKSON[22] d. btw 1760-1775 daughter of John JACKSON (?-btw 1733-34)

       + Alderman George BACKUS[23] b. 1795, d. 1767

........5-Dr. Charles BACKUS[24] d. After 1775

........5-Robert BACKUS[25] b. 1725, d. 1813

......4-Lucy JACKSON[26] d. btw 1760-1775 daughter of John JACKSON (?-btw 1733-34)

......4-Barnaby JACKSON[27] b. Bef 1725, d. btw 1760-1775 + Jane VILLIERS[28], par. John VILLIERS[29] and Mary KING[30]

........5-Richard JACKSON[31] d. After 1746

........5-Jane JACKSON[32] + SHAW[33]

....3-Joane JACKSON[34]

....3-Susanna JACKSON[35]

....3-Lucy JACKSON[36]

JACKSONs mentioned in the Irish Records Commission - 14th & 15th.  

EDMOND JACKSON of Corloddy in co. Kilkenny, gent. —In Corloddytowne, 223a. prof 29a. 1r. 24p. unprof—  Portnascolly, 191a. prof. 33a. unprof—in Portnaholly, 16 a.

prof. 4a. 3r. 24 p. unprof—in Dungoly, 211a.; bar. Iverke, co  KILKENNY. — Total quantity, (1,276 a. 1r. 29 p. stat.) Total rent, 15/. 19s. l^d. Date 14/4 June 19/4 year.

Inrolled 9th July 1667.

MY NOTES:  It is worth noting that the grants to Edmond JACKSON were from Protestants - Richard or David GRANT.

EDMOND JACKSON of Corloddy in co. Kilkenny, gent

·       Corluddy, Parish Portnascully (on north-eastern border of Waterford), Barony Iverk, Co. Kilkenny

·       Portnascully, Parish Portnascully, Barony Iverk , Co. Kilkenny

·       Dungooly, Parish Rathkieran (on the northern border of Parish Portnascully), Barony Iverk, Co. Kilkenny

NOTE: Barony of Iverke. The distribution of lands in the barony of Iverk (southwest co. Kilkenny) circa 1640 shows the major landowners as the Butlers, followed by the Datons (Daltons), the Walshs, Grants, Strangs, and Denns. The principal Irish names and their number in the 1659 census, Barony of Iverke, included: Aildwood, 007 ; Butler, 014 ; Browne, 06 ; Cody, 006 ; Donell, 009 ; Daton, 022 ; Dullard, 05 ; Dunfy, 05 ; Fitzgerald, 007 ; Grant, 033 ; Haly & Healy, 008 ; Kenedy, 007 ; Kelly, 006 ; Morphey, 006 ; Mogher, 006 ; Phelan, 011 ; Powre & Poore, 008 ; McPhillipp, 007 ; Quin, 020 ; McShane, 009 ; Welsh & Walsh, 087. Total Irish in the barony, 1358 ; total English in the barony, 099.

NOTE: The Trinity University Down Survey Project shows four holdings for Edmond JACKSON in Kilkenny.

Townland of RATHCURBY NORTH

Down Survey Name: Portnaholly
1641 Owner(s): Leonard, John (Protestant); Grant, Richard (Protestant)
1670 Owner(s): Jackson, Edmund (Protestant)
County: Kilkenny
Barony: Iverke
Parish: Rathkeran
Unprofitable land: 4 plantation acres
Profitable land: 178 plantation acres
Forfeited: 178 plantation acres
1659 Census
Total: 10
English: 10

Townland of DUNGOOLY

Down Survey Name: Dungolagh
1641 Owner(s): Edmund, Edmun (Catholic); Grant, David (Protestant)
1670 Owner(s): Jackson, Edmund (Protestant)
County: Kilkenny
Barony: Iverke
Parish: Rathkeran
Profitable land: 221 plantation acres
Forfeited: 221 plantation acres
1659 Census
Total: 30
English: 22
Irish: 8

Townland of PORTNASCULLY

Down Survey Name: Portnascully
1641 Owner(s): Grant, David (Protestant)
1670 Owner(s): Jackson, Edmund (Protestant)
County: Kilkenny
Barony: Iverke
Parish: Portnascully
Profitable land: 191 plantation acres
Forfeited: 191 plantation acres
1659 Census
Total: 16
English: 14
Irish: 2
Titulado: William Collins

Townland of CORLUDDY

Down Survey Name: Curlody
1641 Owner(s): Grant, David (Protestant)
1670 Owner(s): Jackson, Edmund (Protestant); Holcroft, Charles (Protestant)
County: Kilkenny
Barony: Iverke
Parish: Portnascully
Unprofitable land: 29 plantation acres
Profitable land: 352 plantation acres
Forfeited: 352 plantation acres
1659 Census
Total: 56
English: 51
Irish: 5
Titulado: Edward Jackson

It also shows two holdings for Isaac JACKSON in Kilkenny. (His name is not mentioned in Irish Records Commission 14th & 15th - Except in the Index)

Townland of KILTALLAGHAN

Down Survey Name: Killshallaghan
1641 Owner(s): Butler, David (Catholic)
1670 Owner(s): Jackson, Captain Isaac (Protestant)
County: Kilkenny
Barony: Kells
Parish: Kilorory
Profitable land: 179 plantation acres
Forfeited: 179 plantation acres

Townland of KILLAMERY

Down Survey Name: Killosnory
1641 Owner(s): Tobyn, James (Catholic)
1670 Owner(s): Jackson, Captain Isaac (Protestant)
County: Kilkenny
Barony: Kells
Parish: Kilorory
Unprofitable land: 15 plantation acres
Profitable land: 386 plantation acres
Forfeited: 386 plantation acres
1659 Census
Total: 46
English: 43
Irish: 3
Titulado: Isaak Jackson

NOTE: A curious omission in the Irish Records Commission 14th & 15th is any mention of  the holdings of Isaac JACKSON in Co. Meath (Oristown, (1,835 acres of it is now known as Baile Órthaí), Parish of Teltown, was one of the holdings of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706) mentioned in his 1705 will. Fyanstown, Parish Donaghpatrick is on the western border of Oristown aka Baile Órthaí, Parish Teltown.

Townland of FYANSTOWN

Down Survey Name: Oristowne
1641 Owner(s): Barnwell of Brymore (Catholic)
1670 Owner(s): James Duke of York (Protestant); Barnewall, Matthias Baron Trimleston (Catholic); Jackson, Captain Isaack (Protestant)
County: Meath
Barony: Kells
Parish: Donnaghpatricke
Profitable land: 868 plantation acres
Forfeited: 868 plantation acres

OTHER RECORDS Likely descendants (or relations) of Edmond JACKSON.

·       JACKSON John, of Corlody, Co. Kilkenny, dat. 1 May 1775. proved at Ossu..  6 April 1776.  To my wife Elizabeth £600 p.a. for life and my estates during the minority of my eldest son Charles Jackson. £600 each to my two younger sons. Barnaby Jackson and Kearon Reeves Jackson at age of 21. £200 to Francis Branigan of  Mylodestown, Co. Tipperary. £50 to Dr George Branigan. NOTE: Not the same Barnaby JACKSON who was a son of another John JACKSON who wrote a will in 1733 which was probated 1734.

·       MARRIAGE LICENCES FROM THE DIOCESE OF OSSORY 1739-1804

o   490. 2 Apr 1764 Barnaby Jackson of Curlody in the Co. of Kilkenny, Esq., and Elizabeth Elliot of the Parish of Rathkyran, Spinster. Protestant Religion.

o   1317. 11 Jan 1794 Barnaby Jackson of Durrow in the Co. of Kilkenny, Gent, and Susannah Lawrenson of the Parish of Durrow, Spinster. Both Protestant.

·       ROD: 39-126-24529. 1721 Dec 22. John JACKSON of Portmascolly, Co. Kilkenny, Gent. NAMES: Richard CHRISTMAS of City of Waterford; Rev. Alexander ALCOCK; John JACKSON of Portmascully; Thomas HEAD of Headsgrove; John HEAD; Michael HEAD sr, deceased; Michael HEAD jr.; William JONES; James HIGGINS; Robert WHITBY of Killeraggan; Richard VILLARS of Balynaboly; Richard PARRY. PLACES: Woodstock, Castlemitchell. NOTE: It may be Michael READ – not Michael HEAD.

·       ROD: 46-321-28803. 1724 Jan 18. CRAMER, John of Kilkenny, baker mentions his godson John JACKSON, son of Peter JACKSON of Kilkenny, baker, a legacy “provided he prove a good boy”. Mention of Frances JACKSON. ... his house in North word in city of Kilkenny there after for ever and made over to Green Coat hospital, in the parish of St. Mary Shannon in the city of Cork and he wills that a skillful baker be tenant in the house to make the bread for the poor. His will to be fairly engrossed in vestry book of parish of St. Mary, Kilkenny. See Eustace Wills.

·       ROD: 55-94-36037. 1725 Feb 5. Edmund JACKSON of Corluddy, Co. Kilkenny, gent was a witness to the will of John KENT of Polroane, Co. Kilkenny, gent.

·       ROD: 71-326-51025.  1733 Jun 12. Peter JACKSON City of Kilkenny Baker & John FLOOD of Burnt Church Kilkenny… for £50 land in Tullamain, Barony of Shilldogher, Co Kilkenny  incl houses etc…life and lives of Margaret JACKSON als SAUNDERSON wife of the sd Peter JACKSON, Gilbert JACKSON 3rd son of the sd Peter JACKSON and George JACKSON 4th son of the said Peter JACKSON….

·       ROD: 81-449-58293 . Peter JACKSON of City of Kilkenny, baker & Henry BAKER of Rathculbin Co Kilkenny of other pt. & John FLOOD of City of Kilkenny of 3rd pt…. land in Tullamaine, Co. Kilkenny.

·       ROD: 78-528-57563. 1719 Dec 26. Btw. John JACKSON Portnescally, Co. Kilkenny Gent & Edmond JACKSON son and heir of 1 pt & John BISHOP of Bishopshall Esq. & George NOBBINS of Ballyduff both in same Co.... lands of Portnascully & lands of Curludy & Dongally Barony of Iverk, Co Kilkenny Witness incl William HAYDON & Mary HAYDON. At City of Waterford.

·       ROD: 104-61-72709. 1741 Jan 21. Between George JACKSON of Portnecolly, Co. Kilkenny, Esq of 1 part & Thomas HAYDEN of Killmacolliver, Co. Kilkenny, Gent ... grant etc to Thomas HAYDEN townlands of Corluddy Portneholly & Dongolly ... Co. Kilkenny for 99 years ... yearly rent, one peppercorn if demanded ... executed by said George JACKSON “at the City of Waterford above sixty miles from Dublin in presence of Robert SNOW, Samuel TAYLOR & Thomas BOWERS all of said city, Gent ...

·       ROD: 104-304-72709. 1741 Jan 21. George JACKSON of Portnacolly, Co Kilkenny

·       ROD: 144- 66-96488. June 16, 1740. George JACKSON of Portnescally, Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 1st pt & Robert SNOW of City of Waterford, Gent. … lands of Portnescally, Corluddy, Dungoly…

·       ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 Image 339 BTW Elinor BACKUS otherwise JACKSON of City of Waterford, widow, one of the sisters of George JACKSON late of Portnescolly, Co. Kilkenny Esq. deceased of 1st pt. John LYON of City of Waterford Alderman of 2nd pt; Charles BACKUS of City of Waterford Doctor of Physic of 3rd pt. Reciting deed 17 & 18 March 1767 btw George BACKUS of City of Waterford Alderman since deceased & the said Eleanor BACKUS party thereto and then the wife of the said George BACKUS of 1st pt John LYON of 2nd pt; said Charles BACKUS of 3rd pt. Said deed recites that George JACKSON was seized in fee of townlands mentioned to be granted & conveyed on or about the 10th Jan 1760 the said George JACKSON made his will & bequeathed to Robert SHAW Esq. of City of Waterford & his heirs all his real & personal estate of every kind and nature whatsoever upon the Trusts in said Deed mentioned & thereby nominated his said wife executrix of his will  & George JACKSON died soon afterwards without altering or revoking his said will leaving the said Elizabeth his widow, Elizabeth BARKER his only child wife of Francis BARKER then of the city of Waterford Esq. [NOTE: Francis BARKER m. Elizabeth JACKSON in 1748] & Charles JACKSON, the said Elinor BACKUS otherwise JACKSON Alice JACKSON Lucy JACKSON Barnaby JACKSON & Jane SHAW otherwise JACKSON the brothers and sisters of the said George JACKSON the Testator [all children of John JACKSON – will 1734 -Bentham’s Abstracts] & Margaret BOYSE otherwise JACKSON then wife of Thomas BOYSE [see aka BOYCE -  Bentham’s Abstracts] of City of Waterford Esq. only child of Edmond JACKSON deceased, elder brother of said George JACKSON the Testator and that the said Charles JACKSON, Alice JACKSON, Lucy JACKSON & Barnaby JACKSON died since the said George JACKSON Testator and the said deed whereof this is a memorial  recites that by said recited deed of release the said George BACHAS & Elinor his wife for the setting the share and proportion of the said Elinor in the Town lands and premises therein mentioned… sell and release to John LYON in his actual possession all the town and lands of Portnescolly, Curloddy, Dungolly and Portneholly in Barony of Iverk Co. Kilkenny … and also recites that George BACKUS was since dead and that Elinor was then the said Widow and relict  … townlands incl sub-domains … WITNESS: John LYMBERY Gent of Waterford & Philip MORTIMER. Charles BACHUS [SEAL]

·       ROD: 445-17-285460. Jun 21, 1788. Charles JACKSON of Curlody [aka Corluddy, Parish Portnascully, Co. Kilkenny], Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 1st pt; Anne JACKSON otherwise BUSHILL, his wife of 2nd pt; Richard ELLIOT of South Lodge, Co. Kilkenny Esq. & James PARSONS of Redmonstown Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 3rd  pt in consid of a marriage  & in consid of sum of 250 pounds  & also other considerations  granted to Richard ELLIOT and James PARSONS lands of Portnascully upper & lower Corlody Portnahally & Dungoly for term of 500 years in trust then to the use of the 1st son of Charles JACKSON and Ann his present wife. WITNESS: Samuel HAYMAN Not Pub & Bernard MARKHAM Gent both of Clonmell, Co, Tipperary & John SQUIBB of Foxesdenn, Co. Kilkenny. Mem WITNESS: John SQUIBB & John BUSHELL of Ballyvaughan Co. Kilkenny. Richard ELLIOT. SEAL.

·       ROD 486-144-306599 Image 80 Barnaby JACKSON-REEVES. Btw Barnaby JACKSON Esq of Co Tipperary & Francis REEVES of Tulilinbo  Queens Co Gent

·       ROD: 706-460- 483995. Sept 21, 1816 Image 615 BTW Richard Charles JACKSON of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt Samuel BOYSE of Grange, Co. Wexford & Robert BACKAS of Clonmell Esq. of other pt. … Whereby the said Richard Charles Jackson being seized of an entitled unto a good insufficient estate in fee simple of and in the one undivided sixth part share of and in the town lands of Portnascully, Upper and lower [Camlody?or  Corluddy (Corrloda) , Portnascully Civil Parish, Co. Kilkenn] Portnally [aka Portnahully ] & Dungooly otherwise Dangoly in the Barony of Iverk County Kilkenny In in consideration of £15.25 … Charles JACKSON father of said Richard Charles JACKSON since deceased to Sir John NEWPART Bart in trust for said Samuel BOYSE the late Robert BACKAS Esq for term of 999 years … Anne JACKSON widow of Charles JACKSON & her assigns during her life made on her intermarriage with the said Charles JACKSON bearing date 21 June 1788… this 6th pt subject to other payments and incumbrances provided they do not exceed £1,000 as of & with the 1/6 pt or proportion of the sum of £5,800 chargeable on the entire of the town and lands by George JACKSON late of Portnascully Esq. deceased

 

 



[1] SOURCE: The History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland: Comprising the Civil History Of the Province Of Ulster, From the Accession Of James the First A Preliminary Sketch Of The Progress of The Reformed Religion In Ireland During The Sixteenth Century, An Appendix Consisting of Original Papers. James Seaton Reid. 1837 (my emphasis)

The commissioners in Dublin, however, having cheerfully submitted

to the new council of state, and the commissions of the

subordinate courts having been renewed throughout the kingdom,

the original design of removing 'all the popular Scotts'

out of Ulster was immediately resumed. A proclamation was

published by " the commissioners for the settling and secur-

ing the province of Ulster," specifying the conditions on

which it was proposed to transplant the leading presbyterians

in the counties of Down and Antrim to certain districts in

Munster. This proclamation was accompanied with a list of

two hundred and sixty persons,—including all those who, by

their known attachment to monarchical and presbyterian principles,

and by their station or influence, were most obnoxious

to the reigning faction,—who were required, within a specified

time, and under certain penalties, to embrace the terms now

offered. The proposals of the commissioners for effecting

this extensive revolution in the population and property of a

a great part of Ulster having been hitherto unrecorded, no

apology will be necessary for embodying them in the history

of the province to which they refer.*

*A copy of this proclamation, signed hy Robert Venables, Arthur Hill,

William Allen, Henry Jones, and Anthony Morgan, and printed on a broadside

by "William Bladen, Dublin, Anno Domini, 1653," I was fortunate

enough to meet with in the British Museum. In the Appendix, No. XIII .

I have inserted the list of persons annexed to it, forming a very curious

and valuable document, from its exhibiting the names of the more noted and

influential presbyterians then residing in the respective districts of Down

and Antrim.

 

[2] Unnamed JACKSON.

It is possible that this JACKSON was a descendant of William JACKSON (bef 1560-aft 1592). He had four children christened at St. Michael’s Parish Church, Whittington, Lancashire. There is no further mention of this family of JACKSONs, which suggests that the family moved from the parish after 1592. NOTE: Any one of the sons could have had a son named Edmond JACKSON. One of my hunches is that the first wife of this William JACKSON sr. died sometime after they had relocated to Kirkby Lonsdale. There is a burial record that could be her:

  • Mrs. (  ), wife of Willi Jackson bur 5 Mar 1597 Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland  LDS I03668-8  1471665.

If this hunch proves out, and it may not, then it is possible that Mary SLATER (1575-1626) was the 2nd wife William JACKSON sr.. This marriage resulted in six more children including Rev. Richard JACKSON (1602-1681) of Kirkby Lonsdale. He was later the rector of Whittington.  Several of his children lived in Coleraine and elsewhere in Ireland in the mid-1600s.

1-William JACKSON b. Bef 1560, d. After 1592

NOTE: There is no recorded death date for William JACKSON at Whittington Church. It would have been after 1592, the birth of his son William JACKSON. It is possible that he moved to Kirkby Lonsdale, likely between the birth of his son William in 1592 and the death of his probably 1st wife in 1597.

..2-Edmond JACKSON b. Abt 1580, c. 14 Oct 1580, Whittington Church, Lancashire, England

..2-Margaret JACKSON c. 1586 Whittington Church, Lancashire, England

..2-Anthony JACKSON b. Abt 1589, c. 6 Oct 1589, Whittington Church, Lancashire, England

..2-William JACKSON b. Abt 1592, c. 23 Oct 1592, Whittington Church, Lancashire, England

NOTE: A Quaker Anthony JACKSON (1628-abt 1690) –who was born possibly in Ecclestone, Lancashire and who died in Co. Cavan - was possibly related to the Edmond JACKSON (b. 1580) who was granted two townlands in Co. Kilkenny and Fyanstown (and possibly Oristown) in Co. Meath. lands in 1666. Who was this Anthony JACKSON’s father? Who was Edmond JACKSON’s father?

o   This Anthony JACKSON (1628-abt 1690) had a son Capt Isaac JACKSON b. 1665 Old Castle Co. Meath, d. 1751 London Grove, Chester, PA, America. He was a Quaker.

o   Samuel JACKSON held leases to lands in Co. Meath, including at Oristown. He was a son of Rev. Richard JACKSON of Kirkby Lonsdale.

o   An Isaac JACKSON held leases in the 1660s to 2 townlands in Co. Kilkenny, and one in C. Meath. SEE: My Notes on Irish Record Commission. Was he related to the Whittington JACKSONs – Edmond or Anthony, or …?

[3] Joane JACKSON née ????

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy.

[4] Edmond JACKSON (?-1667)

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy.

[5] Lucy JACKSON née ????

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy.

[6] Edmond JACKSON (?-d aft 1719)

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy

[7] John JACKSON (?- btw 1733-1734)

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy

·       Benthams Abstracts: 1733. John JACKSON Portnaskelly, Kilkenny Esq. proved 19 March 1734 Sons Edmond, Charles & George. Eldest daughter Alice JACKSON. Daughter Jane & Lucy

[8] Edmund JACKSON (d. btw 1733-34-1760)

·       ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 see below

·       Benthams Abstracts: 1733. John JACKSON Portnaskelly, Kilkenny Esq. proved 19 March 1734 Sons Edmond, Charles & George. Eldest daughter Alice JACKSON. Daughter Jane & Lucy

[9] Margaret BOYSE aka BOYCE née JACKSON daughter of Edmond JACKSON

[10] Thomas BOYSE aka BOYCE husband of Margaret JACKSON

[11] Samuel BOYSE (?-aft 1816) Son of Thomas BOYSE & Margaret JACKSON

[12] Margaret BOYSE daughter of Thomas BOYSE & Margaret JACKSON

[13] George JACKSON Esq. (d. abt 1760)

·       Benthams Abstracts: 1733. John JACKSON Portnaskelly, Kilkenny Esq. proved 19 March 1734 Sons Edmond, Charles & George. Eldest daughter Alice JACKSON. Daughter Jane & Lucy

[14] Elizabeth JACKSON née ??? wife of George JACKSON

[15] Elizabeth BARKER née JACKSON daughter of George & Elizabeth JACKSON, wife of Francis BARKER.

[16] Francis BARKER husband of Elizabeth JACKSON

[17] Elizabeth BARKER daughter of Francis BARKER & Elizabeth JACKSON

[18] Charles JACKSON (d btw 1788-1816) son of John JACKSON (d. 1733-34) NOTE: I might have him in the wrong generation, and the Charles JACKSON husband of Anne BUSHILL may be his son.

·       Benthams Abstracts: 1733. John JACKSON Portnaskelly, Kilkenny Esq. proved 19 March 1734 Sons Edmond, Charles & George. Eldest daughter Alice JACKSON. Daughter Jane & Lucy

[19] Anne BUSHILL (?-aft 1816) wife of Charles JACKSON

[20] Richard Charles JACKSON (?-aft 1816)1816)

[21] Alice JACKSON

·       Benthams Abstracts: 1733. John JACKSON Portnaskelly, Kilkenny Esq. proved 19 March 1734 Sons Edmond, Charles & George. Eldest daughter Alice JACKSON. Daughter Jane & Lucy

[22] Elinor BACKUS née JACKSON (?-bet 1760-1775)

  • ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 Image 339 BTW Elinor BACKUS otherwise JACKSON of City of Waterford, widow, one of the sisters of George JACKSON late of Portnescolly, Co. Kilkenny Esq. deceased of 1st pt. John LYON of City of Waterford Alderman of 2nd pt; Charles BACKUS of City of Waterford Doctor of Physic of 3rd pt. Reciting deed 17 & 18 March 1767 btw George BACKUS of City of Waterford Alderman since deceased & the said Eleanor BACKUS party thereto and then the wife of the said George BACKUS of 1st pt John LYON of 2nd pt; said Charles BACKUS of 3rd pt. Said deed recites that George JACKSON was seized in fee of townlands mentioned to be granted & conveyed on or about the 10th Jan 1760 the said George JACKSON made his will & bequeathed to Robert SHAW Esq. of City of Waterford & his heirs all his real & personal estate of every kind and nature whatsoever upon the Trusts in said Deed mentioned & thereby nominated his said wife executrix of his will  & George JACKSON died soon afterwards without altering or revoking his said will leaving the said Elizabeth his widow, Elizabeth BARKER his only child wife of Francis BARKER then of the city of Waterford Esq. [NOTE: Francis BARKER m. Elizabeth JACKSON in 1748] & Charles JACKSON, the said Elinor BACKUS otherwise JACKSON Alice JACKSON Lucy JACKSON Barnaby JACKSON & Jane SHAW otherwise JACKSON the brothers and sisters of the said George JACKSON the Testator [all children of John JACKSON – will 1734 -Bentham’s Abstracts] & Margaret BOYSE otherwise JACKSON then wife of Thomas BOYSE [see aka BOYCE -  Bentham’s Abstracts] of City of Waterford Esq. only child of Edmond JACKSON deceased, elder brother of said George JACKSON the Testator and that the said Charles JACKSON, Alice JACKSON, Lucy JACKSON & Barnaby JACKSON died since the said George JACKSON Testator and the said deed whereof this is a memorial  recites that by said recited deed of release the said George BACHAS & Elinor his wife for the setting the share and proportion of the said Elinor in the Town lands and premises therein mentioned… sell and release to John LYON in his actual possession all the town and lands of Portnescolly, Curloddy, Dungolly and Portneholly in Barony of Iverk Co. Kilkenny … and also recites that George BACKUS was since dead and that Elinor was then the said Widow and relict  … townlands incl sub-domains … WITNESS: John LYMBERY Gent of Waterford & Philip MORTIMER. Charles BACHUS [SEAL]

[23] Alderman George BACKUS (1795-1767)

·       ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 see above

·       Birth and death date – unsourced in Ancestry Tree:

[24] Dr. Charles BACKUS

·       ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 see above

[25] Robert BACKUS

·       Ancestry Tree #1

·       Ancestry Tree #2

[26] Lucy JACKSON (?- btw 1760-1775)

·       ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 see above

[27] Barnaby JACKSON (bef 1725-btw 1760-1775)

·       ROD: 305-690- 204345. Apr. 19, 1775 see above

[28] Jane VILLIERS

[29] John VILLIERS (?- bef 1746) of [Ballynaboo] Kilkenny

[30] Mary KING (?- btw 1746-1754) of [Ballynaboo] Kilkenny

·       Bentham’s abstracts: Mary VILLIERS of Ballynebooly Co. Kilkenny widow 28 Jan 1746 -9 May 1754. Husband John VILLIERS late of said place Esq. Mother Francis KING [sic? Frances?] younger children Dorothy, Jane, Elizabeth, George & Edward. Son-in-law Barnaby JACKSON married to said daughter Jane – son Richard.

[31] Richard JACKSON (?-aft 1746), Mentioned in Mary KING’s will. See above.

[32] Jane JACKSON daughter of Barnaby JACKSON & wife of (Robert?) SHAW.

[33] (Robert?) SHAW NOTE: SHAWs also were relocated from Co. Antrim in 1653.

[34] Joane JACKSON aka Jane JACKSON daughter of Edmond & Lucy JACKSON

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy

·       Benthams Abstracts: 1733. John JACKSON Portnaskelly, Kilkenny Esq. proved 19 March 1734 Sons Edmond, Charles & George. Eldest daughter Alice JACKSON. Daughter Jane & Lucy

[35] Susanna JACKSON  daughter of Edmond & Lucy JACKSON

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy

[36] Lucy JACKSON daughter of Edmond & Lucy JACKSON

·       Edmond JACKSON of [Curlaiy - Corluddy, Parish Portnascully],] Co. Kilkenny … wife Lucy, eldest son Edmond, mother [Joane] Son John Daughters Joane, Susanna & Lucy

 

 

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