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News of the sons of Sir Thomas JACKSON, their recovery from war injuries as well as a brief comment on his nephew, Tanty, giving up the study of Law.
Sharon Oddie Brown, September 3, 2006. .

Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank

9, Grace Church Street,

London.

2 October 1914

 

My dear Emily [1] ,

            Thank you for your letter of the 17th September.  Mary [2] I am sure gives you all the news about our boys.

            Julius [3] is far worse than Pat [4] was, Julius is going on fairly well.

            Pat is almost recovered – Tommy [5] started to join his regiment at the front two days ago.  The first Battalion King’s own Royal Lancaster Regiment.

            I join you in regretting Tandy [6] giving up the law.

            My love to you all

                        yours affectionately

                                    T.  Jackson [7]



[1] Eliza Emily JACKSON née GILMORE (1846-1938), mother of two sons – David & “Tandy” both working in Far East - David with HSBC. She was the sister-in-law of Sir Thomas JACKSON.

[2] Mary GRIFFIN née JACKSON(1844-1921), sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON

[3] George Julius JACKSON (1883-1956) son of Sir Thomas JACKSON & Amelia Lydia DARE.

[4] Claude Stewart JACKSON (1892-1917) son of Sir Thomas JACKSON & Amelia Lydia DARE.

[5] Thomas Dare JACKSON (1876-1954) son of Sir Thomas JACKSON & Amelia Lydia DARE.

[6] “Tanty” Andrew Hugh Gilmore JACKSON (1881-1918),nephew of Sir Thomas JACKSON, son of Eliza Emily JACKSON née GILMORE & Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON – brother of Sir Thomas JACKSON. Tanty would die of typhoid in 1918 at the Peak Hospital in Hong Kong where he had been working as a stockbroker with Hornby & Wright and had a seat on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

[7] Sir Thomas JACKSON (1841-1915)

 

 

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