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These JACKSONs of Killyman, Co. Armagh are not "my JACKSONs" - at least as far as I know, but I am curious about migrations of early JACKSONs in Ireland. I am sharing this in the hopes that we can all learn more. NOTE: This page was made possible thanks to transcriptions by Peter McWilliam.
Sharon Oddie Brown. November 28, 2014

 

Jackson of Killyman Parish

 

The Parish of Killyman is on the northern border of the parish of Loughgall, another parish that also has a long history of JACKSONs residing there. Killyman straddles two counties. It is on the eastern boundary of Co. Tyrone and extends into the northerly part of Co. Armagh. The six townlands that are in Co. Armagh are on the eastern side of the River Blackwater. St. Andrews COI is just beneath the M1 motorway, and is about 2.5 miles south of Dunganon.  

 

Baptisms of JACKSONs NOTE: I have used shading to highlight family groupings.

PRONI

Date

Child

Father

Mother

Notes

MIC/583/33

1797 Dec 7

Sarah

Joseph

Jane

 

MIC/583/33

1802 Jun 4

Edward

(John?)

Jane

 

MIC/583/33

1805 Apr 1

Rachel

Edward

Eliza

Could this be the same as a later wife: Isabella?

MIC/583/33

1806 Jan 2

Mary

Joseph

Jane

 

MIC/583/33

1806 Dec 14

Richard

Edward

Isabella

 

MIC/583/33

1808 Mar 7

Joseph

Joseph

Jane

 

MIC/583/33

1808 May 2

James

Isaac

Mary

 

MIC/583/33

1809 Sept 20

Ellen

John

Ellen

 

MIC/583/33

1809 Jun 24

Mary

Isaac

Sarah

Is this a 2nd wife for Isaac?

MIC/583/34

1811 Feb 4

William

Edward

Elizabeth

Could this be the same as an earlier & a later wife: Isabella?

MIC/583/34

1811 Apr 24

William

John

Ellen

 

MIC/583/34

1812 Feb 3

Anne

Joseph

Jane

 

MIC/583/34

1812 Feb 23

Jane

Edward

Isabella

 

MIC/583/34

1813 Apr 5

John

John

Ellen

 

MIC/583/34

1814 Jul 4

Joseph

Joseph

Jane

 

MIC/583/34

1815 Apr 17

Anne

Edward

Isabella

 

MIC/583/34

1815 Sept

Jane

Joseph

Jane

 

MIC/583/34

1816 May 1

Joseph

John

Ellen

 

MIC/583/34

1820 Jul 16

Joseph

Edward

Isabella

 

MIC/583/34

1821 Jan 28

Alexander

John

Hannah

 

MIC/583/34

1823 Sept 7

Mary

John

Hannah

 

MIC/583/34

1825 July 22

Mary Anne

Arthur

Martha

This is Martha WOODS m 1823.

MIC/583/34

1828 Nov 23

Ellen

John

Mary

 

MIC/583/34

1829 Sept 27

Robert

Edward

Anne

This is Anne HENDERSON m 1828.

MIC/583/34

1830 May 23

Baptist

Arthur

Martha

This is Martha WOODS m 1823.

MIC/583/34

1831 Jan 28

William

William

Sarah

 

MIC/583/34

1831 Dec 3

Matilda

Arthur

Mata

Tully(ronan)

MIC583/35

1838 Dec 23

Richard

William

Mary Anne

B. Nov 7 Derryhubbard. Father a farmer

MIC583/35

1841 Apr 5

Joseph

John

Jane

Derrygoharin, Weaver

MIC/583/34

1855 May 7

Joseph

Joseph

Susan

Born: July 1854. Father a farmer- Derryhubbard. NOTE: The  1901 Census has a Joseph of the same approx. birthdate as the son with unmarried sister Susan (est birth 1858) and brother John (est birth 1860). All are Methodist, and unmarried. In the 1911 census, Joseph and John are still there, but are recorded as being 10 years younger, and now COI. A probate at PRONI: Jackson Joseph of Derryhubbert county Armagh farmer died 8 February 1925 at the Infirmary Armagh county Armagh Administration Belfast 25 March to Henry Jackson merchant. Effects £10.

MIC/583/34

1867 Oct 14

Rachel

William

Elizabeth

Date is of birth, not baptism

 

 

Married Killyman COI Births, Marriages & Deaths 1821-1837

PRONI

Date

Husband

Wife

Notes

MIC/583/34

Apr 26 1823

Arthur

Jackson

Martha

Woods

(Banns)

MIC/583/34

May 14 1828

William

Potts

Mary

Jackson

Of this parish mar

MIC/583/34

Sept 3 1828

Abraham

Proctor

Mary

Jackson

Of this parish mar

MIC/583/34

Nov 26 1828

Edward

Jackson

Anne

Henderson

mar

MIC/583/34

Sept 30 1828

Thos

(Milop)

Elizh

Jackson

Of this parish mar Thomas of Tartaraghan?

 

Burials (Burials from 1749 to 1837 are mixed together with Births & Deaths – as in the original registers)

Date

Name

Residence

Age

Est Birth

Oct 22 1863

William Jackson

 

52

1811

15 Apr 1864

John Jackson

Mullanakill

27

1837

 

Confirmations 1828 & 1840: Derryhubbard

Name

Age in 1828

Age in 1840

Est birth date

Notes

William Greenaway

24

 

1804

 

Amelia Jackson

22

 

1806

 

Mary Jackson

20

 

1808

 

Anne Jackson

16

 

1812

Possible dau of Joseph & Jane

Anne Jackson

24

 

1804

 

Isaac Jackson

20

 

1808

A father named Isaac had no mention of a namesake son.

Jane Jackson

22

 

1806

 

James Jackson

18

 

1810

 

Edward Jackson

19

 

1809

 

Rachael Jackson

22

 

1806

Dau of Edward & Eliza

Anne Jackson

 

23

1817

 

John Jackson

 

20

1820

 

John Jackson

 

19

1821

 

 

NOTE: Data was extracted by Peter McWilliam, and the charts were prepared by Sharon Oddie Brown. Names that were abbreviated were rendered in full, to increase the odds of them being found by digital searching.

 

Tithe Applotment Killyman, 1824

Townland

Names

Notes

Derryhubbard

 

Joseph & Edward Jackson

44 acres

Derryardry

 

Isaac Jackson

15 acres

 

 

William Greenaway

3.4.0

407:382:271085 Aug 29 1789
Greenaway-Jackson
Francis Greenaway, linen draper of Derryardre, part of Killiman, Co. Armagh. John Jackson, Clinnicale, Tartaraghan, linen weaver
Recites Thomas Roe of Cluin by indenture 9 June 1756 gave to s’d Francis land in his possession, 12 acres for lives of Francis & Elizabeth, his wife with sufficient moss for one family at a yearly rent of 6s/acre.
S’d Francis assigned his title and interest in 12 acres of land along with crop, grain and grass now standing unto John Jackson for £34.2.6
Witnesses: John Jackson of Ballinary & John Allen of Lurgan, Gents, Armagh

 

Griffiths Valuations of Killyman Parish in Co. Armagh. NOTE: In 1864, JACKSONs lands were leased from William VERNER.

Surname

Forename

Townland

Parish

Notes

Jackson

John

Clonmore

Killyman

The Will of John Jackson late of Clonmore County Armagh Farmer who died 11 October 1888 at same place was proved at Armagh by Joseph Jackson of Clonmacate and Thomas David Jackson of Derryane both in said County Farmers the Executors. Probate Nov 5, 1888. Effects £238 17s. He mentions his niece Margaret Anne JACKSON (who resides with him at Clonmore), and his brother Joseph JACKSON of Clonmacabe, and his brother Thomas David JACKSON of Derryane, Co. Armagh

Jackson

Joseph

Derryhubbert, East

Killyman

He is likely the husband of Susan & father of Joseph.

Jackson

Joseph

Mullenakill, North

Killyman

 

Jackson

William

Mullenakill, North

Killyman

 

Jackson

Thos. David

Mullenakill, North

Killyman

Jackson Thomas David of Derryane county Armagh farmer died 5 April 1919 Administration (d.b.n.) Belfast 15 November to Margaret Ann Jackson spinster. Unadministered Effects £458 12s. 6d. Former Grant Belfast 14 September 1923.

Jackson Thomas David of Derryave Derrylee (Dungannon) county Armagh farmer died 5 April 1919 Administration (d.b.n.) Belfast 6 May to Rachel Greenaway married woman. Unadministered effects Nil. Former Grant Belfast 15 November 1943. Date of grant 6 May 1953

Jackson

Joseph

Mullenakill, West

Killyman

 

 

 

 

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