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This is part of my recent “cluster approach” to unraveling the various JACKSONs who may or may not be related to each other, and who had ties to the townlands east of Saintfield. Apparently, thanks to recent DNA postings, I am distantly related to some of these people, Exactly how I may be related continues to elude me. I will continue to update this page with more data and links as time permits. The most important link will be to Some JACKSONs of Killinchy & Kilmore.
Sharon Oddie Brown January 11, 2018

JACKSON deaths recorded in the Downpatrick register – plus a few others

 

NOTE: They are sorted by estimated birth date. The rows that are coloured yellow indicate ones where I have seen a copy of the death certs.

Forename of deceased

Surname of deceased

Date of death

Age at death

Est birth date

MY NOTES

William

Jackson

9 March 1864

91

1773

Raffrey. William JACKSON, son of deceased, present at death.

March 9 at his residence, Raffery, Parish of Killinchy, Mr. William JACKSON, in the 94th year of his age. 19 March 1864 Downpatrick Recorder

Isabella

Jackson

10 Sept 1834

56

1778

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.

William

Jackson

27 Jun 1850

70

1780

June 27, at his late residence, Barnamaghery, Mr. William Jackson, in his 70th year of his age. BNL 1850 Jul 2. Est DOB 1780

George

Jackson

27 Apr 1862

76

1786

April 27, at Rapla, near Newry, Major George Jackson, aged seventy-six years. May 10, 1862. Downpatrick Recorder.

Robert

Jackson

18 March 1870

84

1786

Husband of Anna RICHIE.

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.

William

Jackson

25 November 1878

89

1789

Downpatrick. [St___] Street. [probably Bridge Street – Note Downpatrick Recorder July 31, 1841: TO BE LET: The tenements in Bridge Street, now occupied by Elisha JACKSON and John McVICAR.] Widower. Eliza JACKSON present at death. NOTE: I presume that his wife was Anne who died 17 April 1876 at same address.

Downpatrick Recorder December 23, 1854 Repairs to be done between English Street & Mr. Jackson’s House on Bridge Street.

Robert

Jackson

25 January 1868

78

1790

Barnamaghery, Jane JACKSON present at death. He was described as married (not widowed), so this may be his wife.

John

Jackson

17 February 1872

81

1791

Raffrey. Elisa[ [?] SHAW present at death. It could be Alice SHAW née JACKSON, wife of David SHAW married 1866. Presumably John JACKSON was the husband of Mary who died 17 March 1872.

Ann

Jackson

17 April 1876

84

1791

Eliza JACKSON present at death. [St?] Street,  [probably Bridge Street] Downpatrick. NOTE: I presume she was the wife of William JACKSON who was a widower at time of his death 25 November 1878. She was described as “married”.

Moses

Jackson

23 April 1866

74

1792

Quintinaglare. Married. William John JACKSON present at death. Likely husband of Jane who died 24 Dec 1873. Father of William John JACKSON (b abt 1841 d aft 1901)

Mary

Jackson

17 March 1872

76

1796

Raffrey. Widow of a farmer. Eliza SHAW present at death. Presumably, Mary was the widow of John JACKSON who died 17 February 1872, and possibly Eliza was her daughter.

Martha

Jackson

25 January 1873

77

1796

Barnamaghery. Samuel JACKSON present at death. Martha was the widow of a farmer.

Jane

Jackson

24 December 1873

75

1798

Quintinaglare. William John JACKSON present at death. She was a widow. Moses JACKSON (1792-1866) was likely her husband

James

Jackson

5 September 1873

73

1800

Raffrey. Farmer. Married. Ellen JACKSON present at death.

Andrew

Jackson

24 January 1876

75

1801

Lisowen. Weaver. Mary Anne JACKSON present at death. Dysentry.

NOTE: The death dates for this Andrew JACKSON do not line up with the death dates in the Probate, but there is no death cert at GRONI for the dates given in the will probate. I suspect that one of the records is in error:

The Will of Andrew Jackson late of Lisowen County Down Farmer deceased who died 24 December 1875 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of John Ellison of Lisowen Farmer the Executor. Effects under £20. NOTE: Parish of Saintfield, five children: James JACKSON, Sarah JACKSON, Mary Anne JACKSON Agnes JACKSON Margaret JACKSON. WITNESS: Andrew JACKSON Dec 18, 1875. Proved in Dromore. NOTE: Judging by naming patterns, I suggest he was related to William JACKSON, age 44 in 1901 – a Presbyterian farmer at Lisowen, with 6 sons and 2 daughters.

Christina

Jackson

19 June 1874

72

1802

Killinchy in the Woods. Franny STEVENSON [?] present at death. Wife of a labourer.

Margaret

Jackson

19 March 1870

64

1804

Gardiner JACKSON present at death. She is described as married, and the wife of a farmer.

NOTE: She is the right age and place to be the mother of Gardiner JACKSON.

Thomas

Jackson

31st December 1876

71

1805

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’ 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

James

Jackson

14 April 1883

78

1805

The Will (with one Codicil) of James Copeland Jackson late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer deceased who died 14 April 1883 at same place was proved at Belfast by Armour Jackson of Barnamaghery and William Orr of Tyconnett in said County Farmers two of the Executors. NOTE: wife Grace JACKSON; son Armour JACKSON; daughter Isabella JACKSON otherwise ORR, wife of William ORR; son James JACKSON of Dublin 1,000 pounds sterling; Effects 408 8s 9d. Parish of or Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper.

Samuel

Jackson

28 October 1869

63

1806

Raffrey. Grace JACKSON was present at death. Farmer. Heart disease.

Isabella

Jackson

7 February 1895

89

1806

Raffrey. Widow of a farmer. Ellen JACKSON daughter present at death.

William

Jackson

18 May 1898

89

1809

Raffrey. Labourer. Widower. Sarah WHITE – daughter, present at death.

Sarah

Jackson

18 January 1867

57

1810

Leggygowen. William Jackson [his mark] present at death. Wife of a labourer.

NOTE: I have not yet placed her.

Mary

Jackson

14 November 1878

68

1810

Derryboy. Eliza Shaw present at death. Spinster, daughter of a farmer. NOTE: Could this Killinchy in the Woods?

James

Jackson

3 August 1883

72

1811

Ballygrainy.

JACKSON- August 3rd at Barnamaghery, Co. Down, James Jackson, aged 72 years. Belfast Telegraph  Aug 7, 1883. NOTE: He was married and his son James was present at his death at Ballygrainy. I have a copy of his death cert. NOTE the discrepancy of place of death.

James

Jackson

25 February 1891

80

1811

Raffrey. John JACKSON (1838-aft 1901) son of deceased present at death. Farmer. Senile decay.

The Will of James Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Retired Farmer who died 26 February 1891 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend John Woods Gibson Presbyterian Minister and John Jackson Farmer both of Raffrey the Executors. Effects £287 10s NOTE: wife Jane JACKSON; son John JACKSON Raffrey; daughter Mary Jane COOPER, Balloo; son James JACKSON; [son?] Franciscio JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census, John JACKSON age 62, an unmarried Presbyterian farmer was living at Raffery with niece Jane C. COOPER.

Mary Anne

Jackson

18 October 1876

64

1812

Barnamaghery, spinster. Spinster. Christina FRIARS present at death.

William

Jackson

14 December 1886

74

1812

Killinchy in the Woods. Died in Co. Down Infirmary. Widower. Labourer.

JACKSON - December 14, at the Infirmary, Downpatrick, William JACKSON of Killinchy Woods Crossgar, aged seventy-four years. His remains will be removed from his late residence, for internment in Killinchy Churchyard, on Friday morning, the 17th inst, at half-past ten o’clock, Friends will please accept this intimation. Northern Whig.

PROBATE: 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.

NOTE: Wife Grace; farm to son William in townland of Killinchy Woods 24 acres also farm at Creeevy known as Kinglands farm; daughters Elizabeth JACKSON & Alice Jane JACKSON; son Samuel JACKSON farm in townland of Creevy known as Jackson’s farm; son James JACKSON. Effects £709 3s 9d. Killinchy in the Woods, Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

John

Jackson

21st December 1886

72

1814

Raffrey. Married. William J. JACKSON, son, present at death.

The Will of John Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 21 December 1886 at same place was proved at Belfast by David S. Jackson Grocer and Eliza Jane Jackson Widow both of Raffrey two of the Executors. Effects £362 9s 5d. NOTE: Youngest daughter Maggie; youngest boy Robert James ; daughters Ellen Elizabeth & Anne ; son David D. ; daughter Mary Jane; two eldest boys William John & Samuel George; neighbour Hugh JACKSON. Wife Eliza Jane JACKSON and son David D. JACKSON executors. NOTE: Parish of Killinchy, Barony Castlereagh Upper. In 1901 Samuel G. JACKSON, age 38 Presbyterian farmer and his sister Mary J. JACKSON age 40 lived at Raffery.

Agnes

Jackson

12 September 1892

78

1814

Bridge Street, Downpatrick, widow. James W. JACKSON present at birth. NOTE: The illegible records where I had [[St?] Downpatrick] are likely related. NOTE: She was likely related to George JACKSON (James W. JACKSON was present at both deaths).

Robert

Jackson

24 December 1884

 

1815

Husband of Agnes

See: complete tree in JACKSONs of Knockbreda.

Elisha

Jackson

12 October 1878

62

1816

Husband of Agnes (I believe). He likely lived on Bridge Street in Saintfield.

Agnes

Jackson

26 December 1869

 

1817

Wife of Robert JACKSON

SEE: complete tree in JACKSONs of Knockbreda.

Mary

Jackson

18 April 1889

72

1817

Probate of the Will of John Jackson late of Barmaghery 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: 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. NOTE: In 1901 John JACKSON age 81 Presbyterian farmer, widowed, lives with his son-in-law Joseph McKEE age 38, and daughter-in-law Maggie McKEE age 38 and grandson John J McKEE age 1

Jane

Cleland

8 Oct 1891

74

1817

Crossgar. James Cleland present. NOTE: She is not the Jane JACKSON who married Matthew CLELAND.

Jane

Jackson

19 April 1895

78

1817

Raffrey. Widow. John JACKSON son, present at death. She is probably Jane LOWRY, widow of James JACKSON

John

Jackson

26 July 1905

86

1819

Barnamaghery. Widower. E.M. McKEE (aka Margaret Elizabeth) daughter present at death

Possibly son of Robert, and b 1820 Jan. Ballymacreely.

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: 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. NOTE: In 1901 John JACKSON age 81 Presbyterian farmer, widowed, lives with his son-in-law Joseph McKEE age 38, and Maggie McKEE age 38 (seems to be daughter of John JACKSON) and grandson John J McKEE age 1

Samuel

Jackson

28 December 1865

45

1820

Probably son of James and b 1819 Jul Raffrey [Island].

William

Jackson

30 August 1869

49

1820

Possibly son of William of Island Raffery and b 1820 Jan

Jane

Jackson

14 June 1884

64

1820

Barnamaghery. Daughter Martha JACKSON present at death. Wife of a farmer. NOTE: Martha is possibly the wife of William KIDD (m 27 Jan 1885). This would make Jane JACKSON the wife of John JACKSON (1819-1905)

James

Jackson

5 August 1899

79

1820

Possibly son of William and b 1819 Nov.

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.

Hugh

Jackson

9 May 1904

81

1823

Probate of the Will of Hugh Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 9 May 1904 granted at Belfast to William John Jackson Farmer and Thomas Shaw Carpenter both of Raffrey. Effects £160. NOTE: Nephew Thomas SHAW. NOTE: In 1901 Census Hugh JACKSON is age 76, an unmarried Presbyterian farmer living with nieces and nephews. NOTE: He was a brother of John JACKSON who died 16 January 1889

Grace

Jackson

4 October 1906

83

1823

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.

Margaret

Jackson

20 May 1883

57

1826

Castlewellan. Carpenter’s wife. Thomas JACKSON son present at death.

Samuel

Jackson

19 October 1879

52

1827

Barnamaghery. Eliza Jackson present at death.

The Will of Samuel Jackson late of Barnamaghery County Down Farmer deceased who died 18 October 1879 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of the Reverend David Stewart Ker Coulter of Magherahamlet (Ballynahinch) same County Presbyterian Minister one of the Executors. NOTE: Wife Eliza JACKSON & 3 daughters: Martha Mary & Agnes; 3 sons: John JACKSON; Robert JACKSON; David JACKSON. Effects under £800. NOTE: In the 1901 Census Eliza age 60 was living with daughters Martha JACKSON age 30, and Minnie JACKSON age 26 and son John JACKSON age 34 and son David JACKSON age 28. Parish of Kilmore Barony of Castlereagh Upper. NOTE: A transcription is in PRONI’s Will Calendars. His wife is Eliza JACKSON, sister of Reverend David Stewart Ker COULTER. Their sons: John, Robert & David. Their daughters: Martha, Mary & Agnes. "I will that my dear wife and her brother Rev. D.G.K. COULTER be my executors".

John

Jackson

16 January 1889

62

1827

Raffrey. Tailor, married. Hugh JACKSON brother present at death.

NOTE: In the 1901 Census in Raffrey there is a Hugh JACKSON, unmarried , age 76, head of house, living with his nephew Thomas SHAW. In the 1911 Census in Raffrey, Thomas SHAW and his wife Maggie had been married 26 years (m abt 1885 – although I have yet to find their marriage cert), and had 8 living children. Hugh JACKSON is no longer presnt.

Armour

Jackson

18 August 1904

77

1827

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

Grace

Jackson

17 January 1912

85

1827

Wife of William JACKSON (1812-1886). Killinchy in the Woods.

Robert

Jackson

11 February 1908

80

1828

Possibly son of Robert of Barnamaghery b. 1827 Dec

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. NOTE: son, William JACKSON; daughter Agnes Jane JACKSON; grandchild Maria JACKSON. NOTE: In 1901 Census Robert JACKSON is 73 years old, living with wife Agnes age 65, son William age 46, daughter Agnes Jane age 31, Lizzie JACKSON daughter-in-law age 45, gran-daughter Myra & grandson William. Parish of Kilmore in Barony of Castlereagh Upper

Mary

Jackson

9 April 1898

67

1831

 

Maria

Jackson

20 February 1906

75

1831

Probably Maria CLELAND widow of James JACKSON of Barnamaghery.

Eliza Jane

Jackson

8 January 1897

65

1832

Raffrey. Widow of a farmer. E.E, Jackson daughter, present at death

NOTE: She may be Eliza Jane HUGGAN, widow of John JACKSON of Raffrey

Eliza

Jackson

30 October 1907

75

1832

 

Elizabeth

Jackson

5 June 1879

45

1834

 

Sarah

Jackson

13 May 1913

79

1834

 

Agnes

Jackson

14 November 1903

68

1835

Creeveybeg. Wife of farmer Agnes J. Jackson present at death.

NOTE: 1901 Census, she is age 65 and living with her husband Robert JACKSON and children & grandchildren

Mary

Jackson

27 August 1911

76

1835

 

John

Jackson

16 December 1866

30

1836

Castlewellan Married. Nailer. Alice Jackson present at death

Eliza

Jackson

27 July 1871

35

1836

 

William

Jackson

19 August 1871

36

1836

Raffrey. William JACKSON present at death. Disease of spine.

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Raffery County Down Gentleman a Bachelor deceased who died 18 August 1871 at same place were granted at Belfast to Eliza Jane Jackson (Wife of William Jackson of Raffery (Killinchy) aforesaid Farmer) a Sister and one of the next of kin of said deceased. Effects under £200.

William

Jackson

10 June 1890

53

1837

Raffrey. Bachelor. [?] J. JACKSON present at death. Tubercular disease of knee, acute pneumonia & Phythisis

Mary

Jackson

7 November 1865

27

1838

 

Elizabeth

Jackson

20 January 1911

73

1838

 

Mary

Jackson

9 March 1873

31

1842

 

James

Jackson

25 April 1890

48

1842

Possibly son of James JACKSON & Jane LOWRY and b. 1843 May 6.

Sarah

Jackson

20 March 1898

55

1843

Carsonstown. William John JACKSON, widower, present at death. Chronic bronchitis.

John

Jackson

12 September 1867

23

1844

 

Sarah

Jackson

24 June 1880

36

1844

 

Ellen

Jackson

27 January 1902

55

1847

Possibly daughter of James JACKSON & Isabella HUGHAN and b 1849 Sep 13.

Probate of the Will of Ellen Jackson late of Derryboy County Down Married Woman who died 27 January 1902 granted at Belfast to William DICKSON and Hugh M'CLEMENTS Farmers. Effects £164 2s. 6d. NOTE: Brother John FERIS who lives with her, his daughter Jane FERIS; …NOTE: In 1901 Census Ellen JACKSON age 50 lived at Derryboy with husband Gardiner JACKSON, age 50, son David age 22, son Joseph age 19 and daughter Maggie age 20. They were Presbyterian farmers. There are two such townlands, one in Killyleagh, parish of Dufferin and one in Newry, Lordship of Newry. Another JACKSON household also lived at Derryboy.

Margaret

Jackson

29 January 1880

32

1848

 

Gardiner

Jackson

24 March 1913

64

1849

Killinchy in the Woods. Son of Thomas JACKSON (1805-1876)

Probate of the Will of Gardiner Jackson late of Derryboy County Down Farmer who died 24 March 1913 granted at Belfast to William John Gourley and David Jackson Farmers. Effects £448 15s. 0d NOTE: In 1901 Census Ellen JACKSON age 50 lived at Derryboy with husband Gardiner JACKSON, age 50, son David age 22, son Joseph age 19 and daughter Maggie age 20. They were Presbyterian farmers. There are two such townlands, one in Killyleagh, parish of Dufferin and one in Newry, Lordship of Newry. Another JACKSON household also lived at Derryboy. Ellen MARTIN was a 2nd wife, and Anne COULTER who died 1888 was Gardiner’s first wife.

Anne

Jackson

9 December 1888

38

1850

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.

William

Jackson

27 February 1906

56

1850

Killinchy in the Woods. Bachelor. Lizzie JACKSON sister present at death.

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.

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.

John

Jackson

28 December 1911

60

1851

 

Charlotte

Jackson

18 June 1913

62

1851

 

William

Jackson

7 January 1869

16

1853

 

Margaret

Jackson

3 August 1872

19

1853

 

Elizabeth

Jackson

30 June 1905

52

1853

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

William

Jackson

25 April 1867

13

1854

 

George

Jackson

29 Sept 1889

45

1854

Widower, Merchant of Bridge Street, Downpatrick. James W. JACKSON present at death.

William

Jackson

30 July 1907

53

1854

Raffrey William JACKSON son present at death Derryboy. Married. Cardiac syncope.

NOTE: 1901 Census House 29 Derryboy, William JACKSON. In the 1911 Census Mary JACKSON (age 62 is a widow living with daughter Maggie Anne FOLEY wife of Hugh FOLEY. In Maggie’s marriage cert, her father was William JACKSON. Son William JACKSON is age 21. Grandchild Mary Eveline SHAW is age 8.

John

Jackson

26 April 1910

76

1854

Probate of the Will of John Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 26 April 1910 granted at Belfast to William Morrow and William John Martin Farmers. Effects £76 15s. 0d. NOTE: IN the 1901 Census there are 2 John JACKSONs in Raffery, unmarried – one age 52, one 62.

Cherry

Jackson

3 May 1873

17

1856

 

Eliza

Jackson

8 October 1906

50

1856

Possibly Lizzie MURDOCK, wife of William JACKSON of Creeveybeg and previously of Barnamaghery.

William John

Jackson

7 December 1934

78

1856

Raffrey. Cerebral hemorrhage. Married.  Farmer. Margaret JACKSON present at death.

Samuel

Jackson

12 February 1907

50

1857

Bachelor.

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Samuel Jackson late of Killinchy Woods County Down Farmer's Assistant who died 12 February 1907 were granted at Belfast to James Jackson Warehouseman. Effects £453 7s. 1d. NOTE: In 1901, Samuel was an unmarried Presbyterian farmer age 45, living at Killinchy-in-the Woods with his widowed mother Grace JACKSON age 74, and his sister Elizabeth JACKSON age 38, and brother William JACKSON age 50 – both unmarried. Parish of Killyleagh, Barony Castlereagh Upper.

Susannah

Jackson

26 November 1885

27

1858

Check – was she the one in the Downpatrick Recorder whose husband said he would not pay her bills?

Esther

Jackson

5 August 1869

10

1859

 

Elizabeth

Jackson

4 March 1910

51

1859

 

Jane

Jackson

14 December 1879

18

1860

 

Ellen

Jackson

27 May 1907

47

1860

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.

James

Jackson

18 August 1900

39

1861

 

Eliza

Jackson

23 May 1864

2

1862

 

Samuel George

Jackson

20 September 1911

48

1863

He was a son of John JACKSON & Eliza Jane HUGHAN (mentioned in his father’s will – his birth date precedes GRONI records).

Probate of the Will of Samuel George Jackson late of Raffrey County Down Farmer who died 20 September 1911 granted at Belfast to William Jackson and Thomas T. McCreery Farmers. Effects £380 15s. 0d. NOTE: In the 1901 Census, he was an unmarried Presbyterian farmer age 38 living with his unmarried sister, Mary J JACKSON

William

Jackson

10 April 1865

0

1864

Possibly son of James JACKSON & Mary Anne Copeland

Anna

Jackson

13 January 1866

2

1864

 

Anna

Jackson

14 September 1889

23

1866

Possibly daughter of John JACKSON & Eliza Jane HUGHAN b 1866 Jan 2

Ellen

Jackson

2nd August 1904

38

1866

 

James

Jackson

15 December 1867

0

1867

Possibly son of William JACKSON & Eliza SIMPSON b 1867 Feb 18 of Creeveycarnon.

Sarah

Jackson

20 July 1868

1

1867

Probably daughter of James JACKSON & Margaret WRIGHT of Lissara.

Hugh

Jackson

1st December 1869

2

1867

 

Maggie

Jackson

18 March 1885

18

1867

 

Ellen

Jackson

16 October 1872

4

1868

Possibly Ellen Jane daughter of Samuel JACKSON & Eliza COULTER of Barnamaghery.

James

Jackson

11 November 1873

5

1868

 

James

Jackson

15 September 1869

0

1869

Possibly son of James JACKSON & Margaret WRIGHT of Lissara.

John

Jackson

17 June 1881

12

1869

 

Sarah

Jackson

20 August 1885

16

1869

 

Sara

Jackson

9 February 1897

28

1869

 

Alexander

Jackson

4 June 1870

0

1870

Probably Alexander Dunlop JACKSON son of John JACKSON & Eliza BAILIE of Creeveybeg. B 1869 Aug 19.

James

Jackson

16 July 1882

10

1872

 

Nancy

Jackson

31st October 1885

13

1872

 

Robert

Jackson

27 March 1893

21

1872

Possibly Robert James JACKSON son of John JACKSON & Elizabeth HUGHAN b 1871 Jun 22 Raffrey.

Hugh

Jackson

12 February 1874

1

1873

Probably son of John JACKSON & Eliza Hughan b 1872 Aug 17

Margaret

Jackson

14 June 1894

20

1874

 

Agnes

Jackson

12 April 1875

0

1875

Probably daughter of Samuel JACKSON & Eliza COULTER of Barnamaghery b 1875 Apr 7.

Annie

Jackson

1st January 1880

5

1875

 

Agnes

Jackson

11 October 1885

9

1876

Probably Agnes Jane daughter of Samuel JACKSON & Eliza COULTER of Barnamaghery

George

Jackson

3 November 1885

9

1876

Possibly son of George JACKSON & Mary Anne JOHNSTON. B 1876 Jun 17

William

Jackson

4 January 1880

1

1879

 

Lizzie

Jackson

23 March 1880

1

1879

 

Francis

Jackson

21st February 1885

6

1879

Probably son of Francis JACKSON & Mary PATTERSON b 1878 Dec 22

Thomas

Jackson

9 November 1885

6

1879

Possibly son of George JACKSON & Mary Anne JOHNSTON b 1879 Oct 23

John

Jackson

17 January 1890

11

1879

Possibly son of William JACKSON & Eliza GILCHRIST of Barnamaghery. B 1879 Nov 13.

Henry

Jackson

12 June 1885

4

1881

Possibly son of George JACKSON & Mary Anne JOHNSTON b 1879 Oct 23

Annie

Jackson

18 March 1897

16

1881

 

Eliza

Jackson

5 November 1885

2

1883

Possibly daughter of George JACKSON & Mary Anne JOHNSTON b 1883 Oct 25

Annie

Jackson

14 March 1907

24

1883

 

Mary Isabel

Jackson

17 July 1950

67

1883

Jackson Mary Isabel of Barnamaghery county Down widow died 17 July 1950 at Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast Administration Belfast 23 November to Andrew Patterson farmer. Effects £832 1s. 7d.

William

Jackson

14 February 1885

1

1884

 

Sarah

Jackson

21st April 1889

3

1886

Probably b 1886 Feb 9

James

Jackson

12 June 1891

5

1886

Possibly son of William JACKSON & Lizzie Murdock (b 1886 he does not appear in 1901 Census)

John

Jackson

20 July 1886

9

1887

 

William

Jackson

2nd December 1889

1

1888

 

Robert

Jackson

27 March 1894

3

1891

Possibly son of William JACKSON & Lizzie Murdock (b 1890 he does not appear in 1901 Census)

Rosina

Jackson

20 February 1901

10

1891

 b 1891 Apr 27

Anna

Jackson

6 September 1895

2

1893

 

Armour

Jackson

20 August 1896

2

1894

Probably the son of Arthur James JACKSON & Isabella ORR of Barnamaghery. B 1894 May 21.

Christina

Jackson

14 March 1890

94

1896

Clontaghnaglar  See her Will of 1890. She was the widow of Gawn JACKSON

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

Florence

Jackson

10 September 1901

0

1901

Barnamaghery. Daughter of James JACKSON & Isabella CONNOLLY.

William Orr

Jackson

4 June 1905

0

1905

Son of David Stewart Kerr Coulter JACKSON & Mary ORR, b 1905 Feb 28

Mary

Jackson

3 May 1909

0

1909

 

 

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