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I have interpolated many of the records of JACKSONs recorded in the Belfast Newsletter BMDs, with as many of the memorials of deeds that I can find notes on [based on my 2016 update – more to come].
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 20, 2017

 

Townlands connected to JACKSONs of Co Down

 

Descendants of John JACKSON of Little Eccleston, Lancashire is at the start of my JACKSONs of Co. Down Tree. NOTE: The first record of the JACKSONs in the townlands mentioned beneath begin to show up in the available records some time after the Cromwellian land grants, but before the King James or King William land transfers. James ROSSE was the inital landlord. The early leases, in one case, total at least 885 acres. This level of wealth made these JACKSONs the financial peers of the neighbouring BLACKWOOD family.

 

OTHER SOURCES:

TO DO:

  • I have yet to look at PRONI D778/1253A.  The Estate Papers of the Trevor family include an incomplete lease for Elizabeth JACKSON in 1824: (names in red hold special interest me) There are a number of documents referring to areas forming the suburbs of modern Belfast, mostly of the 17th and early 18th Centuries. They concern Ballymacarret, Ballyhackamore, Castlereagh, Dundonald, Knock and Strandtown. Among the places mentioned is 'Owen O'Cork Mill'. 17th and 18th Centuries. Co. Down. The greater part of the surviving documents concern Trevor estates in Co. Down. They relate to the following areas, those for which the material is plentiful being underlined: Aughnacloy, Ballynehatty, Ballylenny, Ballylessen, Ballywater, Ballynockan, Ballyhalbert, Bangor, Bredagh, Comber, Cloghskelt, Crossgar, Dree, Drin, Drumiller, Edenderry, Gransha, Holywood, Killyleagh, and Tullyorier 18th to 19th Centuries.Ireland, general, There are some documents concerning Dublin, Frankford and various places in Cos. Cavan, Kildare, Kilkenny, Limerick, Meath, Monaghan and Tipperary.
  • Follow-up: Movilla  [Box tomb] Here lyeth the body of James ORR of Castleavery who departed this life November ye 3d 1734 aged 68 years. Here lyeth his wife Mary JACKSON who departed this life the 23rd of January 1751 aged 83 years. As also the body of his son James who departed this life March 26 1737 aged 43 years. And the body of his daughter Helen who died in 1713  aged 3 years. Here also lieth the body of Mr John ORR, second son of said James ORR, elder, who died the 7th January 1771 aged 76 years. Here lieth the body of John Orr, a child, son to James Orr of Castleavery. As also Henry Flood Orr, a child to William Bruce ORR of Killineather. Here lieth the body of Mary ORR, wife to John ORR of Killineather, daughter to the Rev James REID late of Killinchy, who departed this life  April 15th 1790,aged 86 years. Also her grandson William Bruce ORR  of Killineather, son to James ORR of Castleavery, who was  Captain of the Comber Independent Volunteers from their formation to his death , who departed this life August 30th 1790 aged 30 years.

 

Date

Townland

Parish

Notes

 

Balloo

Bangor

In spite of a significant number of leases held over the years in the Parish of Bangor, by the time of Griffiths. The only sightings of JACKSONs in Bangor in 1863 are in the townland of Balloo aka Bellow. Other Bangor lands became leased to husbands of JACKSON daughters, for example, the ownership of Ballywooly by Robert Jackson BELL.

1863

Balloo

Bangor

John JACKSON leased 20a 1r 15p of land from Mary WHITE & Margaret PORTER. It is across the street and kitty-corner to Balloo House, home of the NICHOLSONs from 1641. One of this family, Susannah NICHOLSON married Hugh JACKSON of Ballywooley. NOTE: The NICHOLSONs of Balloo were gentry, while the mid-1800s JACKSONs of Baloo were labourers, and one son was a publican.

SOURCE: Bangor Abbey Graveyard.

Erected by Jane Jackson in memory of her beloved husband John Jackson of Ballo, who departed this life 20th May 1866, aged 40 years. Also Thomas Jackson, son of the above, died 14th May 188? Aged? Years. Also the above Jane Johnston alias Jackson, who died on 6 June 1886 aged 61 years. Also her son, William Jackson, who died 7 March 1921 aged 73 years. Also Margaret Jackson née----wife of--- William------- February-- age 72 years. And their daughter Jane who died 8 June 1924 aged years. Inscription on back; this stone claims three graves, one on each side.

NOTE: The death certificate clearly shows John JACKSON of Balloo, although the date of death was recorded as May 22, 1866 not May 20, 1866. His wife Jane was present at his death, which came after 4 days of fever. He was 41 years old. Instead of signing the death certificate, she made her mark (seemingly illiterate). Son Thomas died May 15, 1885 at Zion Place, Newtownards, and was a labourer and a widower, age 31 years. Zion Place is at the intersection of Francis Street and Bangor Road. His brother James was present at his death.

Jane JACKSON nee JOHNSTON (I suspect a transcription error in Clarke’s) (1825-1886)

John JACKSON (1826-1886)

Thomas JACKSON (1854-1885)

William JACKSON (1848-1921) In the 1901 Census, a William JACKSON, publican age 53 at Greenwell St., Newtownards.

Margaret JACKSON (?)In the 1901 Census, wife of William JACKSON, publican age 49 at Greenwell St., Newtownards.

Jane JACKSON In the 1901 Census, Jane JACKSON age 22, a daughter of William JACKSON, publican age 53 at Greenwell St., Newtownards.

NOTE: The above are still there in 1911, with daughter Jemima age 22, and Jane still unmarried. Margaret JACKSON had 6 living children. Margaret JACKSON  age 19 in 1901 was another of their daughters.

 

?

Bangor

 

1856 Aug 4

?

Bangor

August 4, at Bangor, Co. Down, in the 69th year of his age, Robert JACKSON, Esq. Late Captain in her Majesty’s 68th Reg. BNL Aug 7, 1856. Est DOB 1788

From Ros Davies Site: buried Abbey graveyard JACKSON Sacred to the memory of Robert Jackson, late Captain in H.M.'s 68th Regt., who departed this life (11)th August 1856 in the 69th (year) of his age.  Also Elizabeth J. Jackson, daughter of above who died at Holywood, 28th Sep. 1886 aged 62 years.  "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord". Rev. XIV, 13.

 

Ballyleidy

Bangor

BLACKWOODs lived at Ballyleidy in the early 1700s. Bangor Abbey Graveyard: Here lieth the body of Isabella Blackwood alias WHITE, wife to James Blackwood in Bangor, gent, who departed this life. June ye 5th 1729 aged 27 years. Here lies the body of Mr James Blackwood departed this life. December 25, 1749 aged 54 years. Here lys the body of Miss Susanna Blackwood, who departed this life October 22, 1766. Here lieth the body of William Blackwood of Bangor, gentleman, who departed this life you 27 March 1787, aged 60 years. Also the body of his wife Anne Blackwood, alias Jackson, who departed this life. January 30, 1814 aged 90 years. NOTE: Anne JACKSON (1724-1814).

1789 Nov 5

Ballyleidy

Bangor

ROD 430-2-278712, Anne BLACKWOOD of Moughreanan, widow of John BLACKWOOD of Maghereanan & mother of Robert BLACKWOOD. Witnesses: Thomas BLACKWOOD; Henry WRAY of Castle Wray. NOTE: I do not know where Moughreanan is.

 

Ballysallagh

Major

Bangor

Ballysallagh Major is on the eastern border of Ballysallagh Minor. Ballyleidy is on its eastern border.

1797

Mar 17

Ballysallagh

Major

Bangor

ROD; 506-230-329292. Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Co. Down Surgeon of the one part and James SAVAGE of Ballyliedy Co Down of the other… lease for a year, townland of Ballysallagh Major, Parish of Bangor, Co. Down cont 70 acres…

 

Ballysallagh Minor

Bangor

It is on the eastern border of Ballysallagh Major which is on the western border of Bangor Parish. On its eastern border is Ballyleidy, and then Ballyvarnet is one more townland over, and it is where the Clandeboye Estate is.

1708 Nov 8

Ballysallagh

Minor

Bangor

ROD 6-208-1914: Francis STEPHENSON, Esq. Of Killyleagh, Co. Down grants John JACKSON yearly rent charge or annuity of £10 10 shillings pd semi annually, out of Ballysallagh Minor, in Bangor parish now in possession of Hugh BROWN.

 

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

It is in the Parish of Bangor, and was just west of the town. It was a house & farm of 86 acres in Ballykillaire townland; just E of Crawfordsburn; residence of James Jackson in 1738 & Dr. Jackson in 1831 & Hugh Jackson Esq in 1847; leased by Robert J. Bell in 1863 from Lord Dufferin & Claneboye

NOTE: Ulster Archaelogical Society Ulster Journal of Archaeology (volume 1861) page 42

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIG.

[This is part of a four page article on Old Bangor Roads]

Now as to the eastern branch – namely that just west of Ballyleidy House and emerging apparently just west of Ballywilly or Ballywooley House. 1 have no doubt that the last-mentioned feature is due simply to defective drawing, as already alluded to. This branch ought to have been shown as terminating just cast of Crawfordsburn, and not nearly so close to Jackson's, of Ballywooley. True." there is an undoubted old road just west of the Jackson residence, but this was, and still remains, the avenue to the house. Beyond the house the avenue merged into their private way of access to Bangor old [moss?] 1 ought to say that the new house occupies the site of the old which belonged to the early eighteenth century. To revert, however, to the branch now under notice. If its relationship bad been fully presented on the map- referred to, it would have been shown on the northward continuation of the old road from Newtownards to Crawfordburn, and pretty much as at present. The making of at least four new roads,

however, and the incidental alterations arising from the joining up of these with those of the eighteenth century have undoubtedly obscured many of the old-time features of this locality – such, that is, as met the eyes of those engaged in the survey of 1776 for the making of Taylor and Skinner’s maps, - tours &c. ALEX MILLIGAN

1729 Aug 12

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

ROD: 62-272-42837. Lease btw James BLACKWOOD of City of Dublin Esq. and James JACKSON of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent. In consid of 652 pounds sterling.. lands of Ballwooly als Ballywoolie in his actual possession 142 acres Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down all the great and small Rectorial and Vicaral Tythes. WITNESSED: James STEPHENSON of Killyleagh Esq. Hugh GILLESPIE of Cherryvalley, both of Co. Down & Robert GRAGER servant to James BLACKWOOD

1730 Sep 21

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

ROD 69-272-42837, JACKSON, James Ballywally aka Ballywooly [Co. Down?]

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts1729 – the notes beneath come from the Memorial as I saw it. It may be connected to a WEEKES-JACKSON marriage that is in my Carlow JACKSON tree. I seem to have an error here since there was no mention of Ballywooly.

Betw William Dobbyn FITZWILLIAMS of City of Dublin Gent & Richard WEEKES of said City Merchant of the other part...2 houses in St. Johns St in St Johns Parish ...the holding of Elizabeth WEEKES in the same street and parish of S Michaels in said City of Waterford.

1738

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

residence of James Jackson in 1738  SOURCE: Ros Davies: BM; PRONI T808/8245; JRWC p79; Burke's Landed Gentry Vol2 p1934 (1847); GV

1795 Jul 23

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

William JACKSON NICHOLSON of Ballywooley Parish of Bangor Gent of 1 pt… demised land in Ballywooley.  21 a 17p [description] NOTE: I suspect this should be William Nicholson JACKSON (my typing error).

1791 Jan 10

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

ROD 257-251-279340 .JACKSON - Marr Arts Names Index

1786-1794 PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts NOTE: In Groves the reference was: ROD 430-251-279340. It turned out to be ROD 257-251-279340. Hugh JACKSON of Ballywully Co Down Gent of 1st part & William JACKSON son to the said Hugh JACKSON of the 2nd pt & Jean TODD of Ballinaskeagh Co Down of 3rd pt… whereas Hugh JACKSON did grant to William JACKSON & to his heirs by his marriage to Jean TODD all that messuage in the Parish of Bangor Barony of Castlereagh Co Down WITNESS incl James TODD of Ballinaskeagh..

1795 Mar 5

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

ROD: 482-433-312506. Btw William Nicholson JACKSON eldest son & heir at law of Hugh JACKSON of Ballywooley Co Down & June JACKSON otherwise TODD the wife of the 1st pt. Hugh JACKSON afsd of the 2nd pt. Richard WARING and John BANKHEAD both of Belfast of 3rd pt. Sarah JACKSON, John FERGUSON, & Mary FERGUSON otherwise JACKSON his wife Stuart BELL and Susannah BELL otherwise JACKSON his wife which said Sarah and Mary & Susannah are daughters and younger children of Hugh JACKSON of the 4th pr. For consid of 5s transferred 142a of Ballywooly aka Ballywoolie  Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down to  Richard WARING and John BANKHEAD. NOTE: Hugh JACKSON (abt 1716-1800). His wife was Susanna NICHOLSON (1729-1775).

1829 Oct 6

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

Suddenly in his house Ballywooly, Parish of Bangor 6th ult. William Nicholson Jackson Esq. aged 73 years. BNL Nov 3 1829 NOTE: Son of Hugh JACKSON and Susannah NICHOLSON, husband of June TODD. DOB abt 1756

1831

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

Residence of Dr. Jackson in 1831. SOURCE: Ros Davies: BM; PRONI T808/8245; JRWC p79; Burke's Landed Gentry Vol2 p1934 (1847); GV

1837 Mar 25

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

On the 25th ult at his residence Ballywooley, Parish of Bangor, Hugh Jackson, Esq. M.D. aged 45. BNL Apr 4, 1837. Est DOB 1792 NOTE: He is buried in the Abbey Graveyard, was a physician in Bangor, and a brother of Jane JACKSON. He is likely a descendant of John JACKSON (1667-1725) of Ballyreagan – two of John JACKSON’s sons were physicians, and we have no record of the descendants of Dr. Thomas JACKSON (1700-1779) of Ballyreagan. His brother, Dr. John JACKSON (1705-1801), emigrated to America. I need to check whether he is a son of William Nicholson JACKSON & June TODD of Ballywooley.

1838 Dec 7

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

On the 7th inst, in the 79th year of her age, Jane, relict of the late William Jackson, Esq. Ballywooley, near Bangor. BNL Dec 21,1838 Est DOB 1759. NOTE: She was buried in the Abbey Graveyard.

1847

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

Residence of Hugh Jackson Esq. SOURCE: Ros Davies: BM; PRONI T808/8245; JRWC p79; Burke's Landed Gentry Vol2 p1934 (1847); GV

1863

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

Leased by Robert J. Bell in 1863 from Lord Dufferin & Claneboye. SOURCE: Ros Davies: BM; PRONI T808/8245; JRWC p79; Burke's Landed Gentry Vol2 p1934 (1847); GV

1877 Nov 39

Ballywooley in Townland of Ballykillaire

Bangor

ROD: 1877-51-266. James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, Gent of 1st pt & Robert Jackson BELL of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent of 2nd pt & Robert McQUISTON of Belfast Esq., Co. Antrim.. James JACKSON by the direction of Robert Jackson BELL granted lands in recited indenture  of 1729 Aug 12, and recited mtg of  2 Jan 1852… town and lands of Ballywooley alias Ballywoolie 142 acres , parish of Bangor, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down… sum of 2,500 pounds & interest…NOTE: This is likely pertinent: 1795 Mar 5 ROD 482-433-312506 Btw William Nicholson JACKSON eldest son & heir at law of Hugh JACKSON of Ballywooley Co Down & June JACKSON otherwise TODD the wife of the 1st pt. Hugh JACKSON afsd of the 2nd pt. Richard WARING and John BANKHEAD both of Belfast of 3rd pt. Sarah JACKSON, John FERGUSON,  & Mary FERGUSON otherwise JACKSON his wife Stuart BELL and Susannah BELL otherwise JACKSON his wife which said Sarah and Mary & Susannah are daughters and younger children of Hugh JACKSON of the 4th pr. For consid of 5s transferred 142a of Ballywooly aka Ballywoolie  Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down to  Richard WARING and John BANKHEAD.

 

Ballybeen

Comber

The Parish of Comber is on the southern border of the Parish of Dundonald. Ballybeen is in the middle of the parish and is north of Saintfield.

1817 Nov 1

Ballybeen

Comber

ROD: 720-376-492311. Memorial of an Indented Deed btw Andrew JACKSON of Ballygreny Co Down Esq. & Mary JACKSON otherwise GREER his wife of 1st pt & James BIRCH of Ballybeen House co Down, Esq of the other part. Whereby reciting the sd Indenture witnessed that in pursuance of the Agreement  therein stated of & in consideration of £2,300  sterling to the said Andrew JACKSON and of ten shillings  sterling to the said Mary JACKSON by the said James BIRCH… acknowledge therefor the sd Andrew JACKSON & Mary JACKSON sold to the sd James BIRCH in his actual possession then being by virtue of a lease for a year… formerly in the possession of Andrew ALLEN the younger and his undertenants & theretofore possessed and enjoyed by  the sd Andrew JACKSON and his undertenants by estimation containing 23 acres Cunningham Measure or thereabouts… together with the field adjoining the farm  formerly in the possession of Robert KYLE the elder and commonly called and known by the name of the  Horse Park containing by estimation one half acre… also with the bog & moss quarter reciting earlier lease made by Robert KYLE the Elder and Robert KYLE the younger  to Andrew ALLEN Aug 18 1759. All situate and being in the Ballybeen Parish of Cumber & Co. Down to hold to the sd James BIRCH and his heirs & assigns. WITNESS: Rev George BIRCH of Cumber, clerk & George CROZIER of Banbridge attorney at law. NOTE: James BIRCH of Ballybeen may be a son of Rev. James JACKSON BIRCH (1740-1820) and Mary KING.

 

Ballycreeley

Comber

It is on the eastern border of Ballybeen

1836 Sep 27

Ballycreeley

Comber

ROD: 1836-15-262.Margaret ABERNATHY orse JACKSON of Balycreely Co Down widow of James ABERNATHY of Ballycreely farmer…. Catherine CARLISLE ors CLARK…. Tullyhubart, Co. Down, Barony of Castlereagh. NOTE: Tullyhubbert is on the western border of Ballybeen.

 

Ballykeel

Comber

Ballykeel borders on Lisnabreeney, Parish of Knockbreda to the west. Nearby townlands to the east (just one townland away) where JACKSONs held leases include Ballybreen, Tullyhubert & Ballycreely all in Comber parish.

1789 Oct 31

Ballykeel

Comber

ROD: 407-461-271992. Ballyniscalla Robert MCLEROTH of Dunbarty, Co. Down for consids and for purposes mentioned, & with consent of William Bruce ORR of Killyneather, Co. Down & his wife, Agnes ORR released unto Samuel JACKSON (of Ballymiscaw, Co. Down) Ballykeel in Comber Parish, Barony Castlereagh, Co Down [92 acres] to hold for ever; lands released from a charge of an annuity & from dower rights of Agnes ORR; William Bruce ORR & Agnes ORR may levy fine on premises for proper use of Samuel JACKSON; William Bruce ORR & Agnes ORR covenant that Agnes ORR would not execute deed or charge on property. Registrar John MOORE; Witnesses Thomas Ludley STEWART, Attorney at Law, Dublin City & Charles KELLY, Clerk of Thomas Ludley STEWART. NOTE: Same date as beneath. NOTE: William Bruce ORR was a great-grandson of Mary JACKSON (1668-1751). Her father, John JACKSON (1639-1716) was of Ballyskeagh aka Ballymiscaw.

1789 Oct 31

Ballykeel

Comber

ROD: 411-367-271991. Btw Wm Brian ORR of Ballyneal[?] in co Down Esq. Of the one part & Samuel JACKSON of Ballymescan [Ballymescaw?], Co Down of 2nd  ... lands of Ballykeel in Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down. NOTE: Same date as above. See notes beneath.

 

Ringcreevey

Comber

The Parish of Comber is on the southern border of the Parish of Dundonald. Ringcreevey is on the eastern part of the Parish, on the shore of Strangford Lough.

1727 Jul 22

Ringcreevey

Comber

ROD 54-196-35408. Btw Robert COLVILLE of Newtown Co Down  Esq of 1 pt & Samuel JACKSON Hugh McCREA & Samuel ROBINSON  all of Ringcreevy, farmers of the other part; set for lives of John ROBINSON of Ringcreevy, William JACKSON son of Samuel JACKSON of Ringcreevy  and John KENNEDY son of Andrew KENNEDY of  in said Parish  Farmer…

1749 Nov 1

Ringcreevey

Comber

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 495-506-326459. William & JACKSON of Ringcreevy, Co. Down; Robert JACKSON son of William, of Knocknagony, Co. Down

NAMES: Hugh NIVEEDY of Knocknagony; William JACKSON of Ringcreevy; John JACKSON; Robert JACKSON; William KENNEDY; Hugh NILLY of Ballymeek.

 

 

Dundonald

 

1785 Jul 12

?

Dundonald

NAMES: Paul Isaac VATEAU of Dundonald, Co. Down; Peter VATEAU aka de VATEAU, VOTO, VAUTEAU; Samuel JACKSON of Dundonald; David FITZGERALD; Timothy FITZGERALD; John FORSAYTH; Peter JACKSON of Dublin; John MOORE - Registrar. OTHER PLACES: East Side of George Lane, Dublin. Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe.

1834 Jul 12

?

Dundonald

ROD: 1834-12-297. Btw Humphry Thompson JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & James McDONNNELL of Cashendall, Co. Antrim of the other…. Loan secured by lands of “Jackson Moor”, Dundonald,

 

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

It is on the western border of Dundonald Parish. On its eastern border is Ballyregan.

NOTE: Stormont, in the townland of Ballymiscaw, replaced the original estate name of Mount Pleasant.  In 1859 the house was replaced by Stormont Castle. SOURCE: Stormount, Co. Down.

1695

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

PRONI: LPC/1175: Henry JACKSON held a lease at Ballymiscaw in 1695 from James ROSS. Given how names ricochet down the generations, it is of interest that a nephew Hendrie [aka Henry JACKSON] is connected to the family close to this time frame. See will of 15 July 1727: Catring JACKSON alias McKINLEY of Ballyreggan and Dundonald parish County Down, to be buried with my ancestors in Dundonald churchyard. Legacy left me by the will of my husband, legacies to my “newvie  Hendrie JACKSON, to Rachel JACKSON, Catrine JACKSON, Catrine HUTCHON and Catrine BIRCHE. Executors James JACKSON and John TODE. Witnesses Agnes PAGE Sam McDOUELL. Ballyreagan 363 acres is in Newtonards Parish. Ballyreagan 522 acres is in Dundonald parish.

1711 Feb 18

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

James Jackson’s Will. He lived at Newtown, and his brother was John JACKSON of Ballyregan. James JACKSON left his holding in Ballymascaw to his nephew James JACKSON (?-aft 1711), son of John JACKSON (1639-1716).

1740 Apr 17

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 97-376-68765. Deed of lease and release made between Jane JACKSON only daughter of Gilbert JACKSON late of Newtown in the Co of Down Gent dec’d of the one part & Gilbert JACKSON of Ballymisca in the county of the other part... Jane sold to Gilbert one half  tenement on the south side of High Street of Newtown & now enjoyed by John TATE of Newtown...  & half of garden  belonging to Thomas KENNEDY of Ballintrea on the back street of said town of Newtown being the north part of said garden  bounding on the north with the acres of land in possession of Robert Young GARDINER & George FERGUSON apothecary on the east with a plot of ground in the possession of William JACKSON bridler, on the south with part of the said Thomas KENNEDY’s garden & on the west with a small garden belonging to the heirs of Wm HAZLETT... NOTE: Jane was the only surviving daughter of Gilbert JACKSON, and this would be at the time of her marriage to John MOOR of Co. Tyrone.

1749

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

Ballalymasca. Gilbert Jackson. A fee Farm. £8. SOURCE: Dublin Journal Dec 30 1749 Initial SOURCE: IGP archives. A rent roll of part of the Estate of Captain Ross of Portavoe, situate in the County of Down, to be sold in parcels by public cant to the highest bidder, on Monday the 20th Nov., at Dick's Coffee House, in Skinner Row, Dublin, for payment of debts affecting the said estate.

1789 Oct 31

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 407-461-271992. Ballyniscalla Robert MCLEROTH of Dunbarty, Co. Down for consids and for purposes mentioned, & with consent of William Bruce ORR of Killyneather, Co. Down & his wife, Agnes ORR released unto Samuel JACKSON (of Ballymiscaw, Co. Down) Ballykeel in Comber Parish, Barony Castlereagh, Co Down [92 acres] to hold for ever; lands released from a charge of an annuity & from dower rights of Agnes ORR; William Bruce ORR & Agnes ORR may levy fine on premises for proper use of Samuel JACKSON; William Bruce ORR & Agnes ORR covenant that Agnes ORR would not execute deed or charge on property. Registrar John MOORE; Witnesses Thomas Ludley STEWART, Attorney at Law, Dublin City & Charles KELLY, Clerk of Thomas Ludley STEWART. NOTE: Same date as beneath. NOTE: William Bruce ORR was a great-grandson of Mary JACKSON (1668-1751). Her father, John JACKSON (1639-1716) was of Ballyskeagh aka Ballymiscaw.

1789 Oct 31

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 411-367-271991. Btw Wm Brian ORR of Ballyneal[?] in co Down Esq. Of the one part & Samuel JACKSON of Ballymescan [Ballymescaw?], Co Down of 2nd  ... lands of Ballykeel in Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down. NOTE: Same date as above. See notes beneath.

1789 Oct 31

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 413-426-271993. To enable Letitia ORR, spinster daughter of Mary & John ORR to make valid title of lands (not named) unto Samuel JACKSON for ever, Mary ORR (widow of John ORR late of Killyneather, dec'd.), James ORR, Mary ORR (wife of James ORR) Letitia & Mary ORR, spinster daughters of John & Mary ORR quit their claim; and annuities on sd lands will be transferred onto other lands of William Bruce ORR. NOTE: Same date as above. John ORR (1695-1771) and his wife Mary REID. William Bruce ORR (1760-1790) was married to an Agnes. He was a son of James ORR, who was a son of John ORR (1695-1771) and Mary REID. John ORR was a son of James ORR (1666-1734) and Mary JACKSON (1668-1751). She had a brother Samuel JACKSON. He is probably the Samuel JACKSON of Philadelphia – or a son of his: PRONI, T808/8244 Down will made 28 April 1716 proved 30 June 1716.  John JACKSON of Ballyskeegh minor in Newton parish County down. Lease of Ballyskeegh two sons Gilbert JACKSON, he paying £60 to my son Samuel JACKSON or his issue on their return to this country from abroad.

1792 May 9

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 451-493-290455. Samuel JACKSON of Mountpleasant Co. Down demised to James De ZOUCHE of City of Dublin Gent dwelling house on the West side of Angier St Dublin then in possession of James DeZOUCHE. NOTE: Stormont was first used c.1830 as the name of the house and estate of Rev. John Cleland, replacing the original estate name, Mount Pleasant.  In 1859 the house was replaced by Stormont Castle. SOURCE: Stormount, Co. Down.

1802 May 20

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 567-139-380456. Francis HAMILTON- Samuel JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Co. Down.. land known as Moorepark in Parish of Dundonald and Holywood,  Co. Down.

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

NAMES: Francis HAMILTON; Samuel JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Co. Down; Richard GRAHAM; Thomas Ladford STEWART; John HAMILTON; Charles O'DONNELL. PLACES: Moorpark.

1810 Jul 1

Ballymiscaw

Dundonald

ROD: 623-323-428703. Deed of Mtg  btw Alexander STEWART  of Ards, Co. Down Esq of the 1 pt & Samuel JACKSON of Mount Pleasant Co Down of the other pt Alexander STEWART for the consideration therin mentioned granted to Samuel JACKSON town and lands of  Drumalleeormon [?] or Marybrook in Baron of [L]inacearty [Barony of Kinelarty?] parish of Kil [Kilmore?] Co. Down containing by est 707 acres Cunningham Measure together with buildings, barns, mills stables gardens etc River if Lough Waters [?], trees woods, underwoods,, crops, mountains, WITNESSES: James HUME & Robert HAMILTON both of the City of Dublin attorneys at law & James VANCE. NOTE: Mountpleasant is in the Parish of Ballymiscaw, Parish of Dundonald. I am unsure about Drumalleeormon. One clue is that there is a listed building at The Corn Mill, Mary Brook, 11 Raleagh Road, Drummaconagher, Parish of Kilmore. A legal case in 1869 connects this land to the bankruptcy of James Birch KENNEDY. His wife was Charlotte BRUNKER,. And his parents were Thomas KENNEDY (abt 1782-1862) and Catherine Sarah BIRCH (?-1844). They are all in my Rootsweb family Tree. I suspect that Charlotte BRUNKER is related to the BRUNKERs of Monaghan, one of whom – Sarah BRUNKER (1751-1820) married John JACKSON (1744-1824) of Crieve House Co, Monaghan, He is in the JACKSONs of Lisnaboe family tree. Another clue is in the Belfast Morning News 18 April 1864. James Birch KENNEDY writes from his home at Marybrook, and references correspondence from 60 years ago between his grandfather Rev. James Jackson BIRCH (1740-1820) of Marybrook, Dromore, Co. Down & Lord Castlereagh about liquor policies.  His grandfather was a James BIRCH (?-1727) who married a Mary JACKSON. Her connections are as yet unknown.

 

Ballyregan

Dundonald

aka Ballyreagan. It is on the eastern boundary of Ballmiscaw. It southern tip is on the northern boundary of Dundonald Town, and Church lands. Even today, the northerly portion is still sparsely settled farmland.

1677 Nov 1

1714 Dec 13

Ballyregan

Dundonald

ROD 25-57-13497. Between John JACKSON of Ballyreagan, Co. Of Dorone Gent. Of 1st part & Thomas JACKSON of same, Gent of the other part... refers to a 1 Nov 1677 deed between James ROSSE of the one pt. & the said John JACKSON lands of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by John DENHAM & all land of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON father of said John JACKSON, Parish Dundonald, Co. Dorone ... Thomas JACKSON.

2 parts of Ballyreagon, Dundonell (?)(pa.), DOWN for £5, from John JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON, at £18 yrly rent to James ROSS of Portane (?) Co. Down. WITNESSES: James RATCLIFFE, Cloathier of Belfast; Andrew WALKER, Yeoman; Hugh MONGOMERY; Richard LOWDER, Gent of Belfast

1708 Nov 8

Ballyregan

Dundonald

Where John JACKSON [prob.1667-1725] lived

1711 Feb 18

Ballyregan

Dundonald

James Jackson’s Will. He lived at Newtown, was a tanner, and his brother was John JACKSON of Ballyregan. NOTE: Movilla Graveyard: JACKSON Here lyeth the body of James Jackson late provist of Newton who departed this life 25 Nov 1711 aged 63 years. Here also lieth the body of Gilbert Jackson of Newton, tanner, who departed this life 22 Sep 1723 aged 46 years. Annas Kell who departed this life Sep1766 aged 87 years & 9 of their children viz., Hugh, Jane, Grizell, Sarah, John, Mary, Jane, James & Annas. The only surviving child is Jane who is now wife to John Moor of Drumon, county Tyrone.

1725 Jul 1

Ballyregan

Dundonald

Down will made 1 July 1725. No memorial of probate. John JACKSON of Ballyreagan and Dundonald parish County Down to be buried as my ancestors been Dundonald churchyard. Three sons John Thomas and Joseph are married. Ballyreagan is settled on son Thomas. Eldest daughter Mary. Youngest daughter Rachel JACKSON. Daughter Martha. Wife Kathrine JACKSON alias McKINLEY. Executors wife, James JACKSON and Alexander Hutchison. Witnesses Sam M?DWELL; Robert HOUSTON. SOURCE: PRONIT/1088/1

1727 Jul 15

Ballyregan

Dundonald

See will of 15 July 1727: Catring JACKSON alias McKINLEY of Ballyreggan and Dundonald parish County Down, to be buried with my ancestors in Dundonald churchyard. Legacy left me by the will of my husband, legacies to my “newvie  Hendrie JACKSON, to Rachel JACKSON, Catrine JACKSON, Catrine HUTCHON and Catrine BIRCHE. Executors James JACKSON and John TODE. Witnesses Agnes PAGE Sam McDOUELL. Ballyreagan 363 acres is in Newtonards Parish. Ballyreagan 522 acres is in Dundonald parish. NOTE: A total of 900 acres is not inconsiderable.

1747  Mar 1

Ballyregan

Dundonald

ROD: 141-428-96061 A Memorial of an indenture of a lease bearing date the first day of March one thousand seven hundred & forty seven made between Thomas JACKSON of Ballyreagan in the Parish of Dundonald, Co. of Down, Gent of the one part and James JACKSON for the consideration therein did Grant Bargain Assign &Sell Alien [In fee of] and Confirm  unto the said James JACKSON all that upper side of the Croft from the new Ditch to the House all the Potatoe Park & the one half of the Forthhill lying next to James Brown’s house & all the rest of the farm excepting  Tenderes lying next to John Green’s farm & Hutcheson’s  Set in the Townlands of Ballyregan parish of Dundonnell & Co. aforesaid According as the same was then meared and bounded & possessed by sd Thomas JACKSON with the appurts To Hold to ye sd James JACKSON his Heirs and Assigns to the only proper use & behoof of sd James JACKSON his heirs & assigns & forever at & under the yearly rent of seven pounds sterling besides duties which the sum of three pounds sterling pd ten shillings at the Expiration of every one & twenty years by way of relief over and above the yearly rent thereby received which said indenture of lease witnessed by John Glenholme of Ballymascain & Parish of Dundonald Gent & Robert Adair & Alexander Hamilton of Ballyregan aforesaid Gent. This Memorial is witnessed by the said Robert Adair & Henry Joy of Belfast in the Co. of Antrim Printer James JACKSON sealed… sworn before me this 28th day of August 1750 at Belfast in the Co. Antrim by virtue of a Commission to me directed and I know the deponent Robert Wills- witnesses present George Macartney. Ar Byrtt

1748 Feb 5

Ballyregan

Dundonald

TODD-JACKSON ***1745-1750 Balreagan aka Ballyreagan,

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts.ROD: 141-429-96062 .. Andrew TODD of Carricknaveagh otherwise Toddstown, Parish Kileny, Co. Down. Linendraper.for consideration to John GIBSON of Ballymacarrett, Co Down, Farmer... land within the townland of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by John DENHAM ... within townland formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON... lands by indenture bearing date  Nov 1, 1677 were demised by James ROSSE of Portavoe in Co Down to John JACKSON of Ballyreagan aforesaid conveyed by John JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON and by said Thomas JACKSON reconveyed  to John JACKSON and then by John JACKSON to his son Joseph JACKSON and by said Joseph conveyed to Robert MAGEE in trust for Joseph’s wife, Grizel, dau of Robert MAGEE & then to John JACKSON their son Hugh REED, Elizabeth his wife daughter of said Grizel & John....

Additions: John DENHAM & all that fell within townland formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON. With the reversion & Reversions [??] rents and services of the same lands by indenture bearing date  Nov 1, 1677.. NOTE: From Robert JACKSON (abt 1619-1679) to his son John JACKSON (1667-1725), who then conveyed it to either his son Dr Thomas JACKSON (abt 1700-1779) or his brother Thomas JACKSON (1679-1713) who then conveyed it back to John JACKSON (1667-1725) who then conveyed it to his son Joseph JACKSON (1690-?). Now, we have two wives for this Dr. Joseph JACKSON, but there was always alleged to be a 3rd. If I am reading this correctly, she could be Grizel MAGEE, and it could be that they had a son John JACKSON and a daughter Elizabeth who married Hugh REED.

1749

Ballyregan

Dundonald

Ballyregan. Thomas Jackson. Fee Farm. £18. SOURCE: Dublin Journal Dec 30 1749 Initial SOURCE: IGP archives. A rent roll of part of the Estate of Captain Ross of Portavoe, situate in the County of Down, to be sold in parcels by public cant to the highest bidder, on Monday the 20th Nov., at Dick's Coffee House, in Skinner Row, Dublin, for payment of debts affecting the said estate.

1755 Aug 18

Ballyregan

Dundonald

JACKSON, James 1755 FERGUSON & ors Book Index 1758-1768

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 177-506-119056. Btw Annas TATE otherwise JACKSON otherwise KELL of town of Newton, Co Down widow of the one part & Henry FERGUSON of Ballyrogan [aka Ballyreagan] Parish of Newtown & David PATTERSON of the town & co aforesaid Chandler, of the other part. Annas TATE in consid of 6 pounds to FERGUSON & PATTERSON garden in the back street of Newtown belonging to Thomas Kennedy for use of the Old Dissenting Congregation of Newtown. Memorial witnessed by Andrew CUMING & James THOMPSON both of Newtown & John MOOR and Jane MOOR both of Drumon parish of Aghlow & Co. Tyrone. NOTE: She was Annas KELL was the widow of Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723) Jane MOOR was her daughter.

1758 Dec 14

Ballyregan

Dundonald

Thomas JACKSON of Ballyregan, Dundonald (pa), DOWN acknowledges receipt of £75 from John JACKSON, of Knocknagoney, Holywood (pa), DOWN as debts owing him in consideration of any right or claim of John JACKSON to Knocknagoney, & for his natural love of John JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON discharges John JACKSON from every right claim title etc. to same. REGISTRARS: George PORTIAS & A. BRETT, justices presiding. WITNESSES: Robert JOY, printer of Belfast Antrim & Henry JOY (Swore memorial 30 Jan 1759), Printer of Belfast, Antrim; David HENDERSON, Clerk to Henry & Robert JOY; Jane ALEXANDER; Alexander WALLACE.

1759 Jun 19

Ballyregan

Dundonald

ROD: 201-218-132543. James THOMPSON of Ballyrogen [aka Ballyreagan] Parish of Newtown, Barony of Ards Co Down farmer of 1 pt & John DALZELL of Tullynagiredy in parish & Co afsd. NOTE: A David DALZELL married Mary JACKSON (abt 1770-1821), daughter of Rev. James JACKSON (1720-1792) of Ballyreagan. His father was a Dr. Thomas JACKSON (1770-1779) of Ballyreagan.

1761 Jan 31

Ballyregan

Dundonald

ROD: 238-214-154098. Will of Richard GRAHAM of Ballymascad, Co. Down, farmer. To his wife Elizabeth GRAHAM, ... witness Thomas JACKSON, Ballyregan, Co. Down, farmer. Witness of Memorial: Thomas JACKSON, Henry JOY, Belfast, Co. Antrim, printer.

1763 Sep 30

Ballyregan

Dundonald

My wife Mary KENNEDY. My father-in-law Thomas JACKSON, executor. To my son David KENNEDY 11/4 1/2d. If said Mary KENNEDY remarries, Thomas JACKSON, Ballyregan, Hugh KENNEDY, Ballyneglack and James McNAWEL of Ballybean, all of County Down, to dispose of part of my lands for support of my children “till my son James arrives at age, first my daughter Mary KENNEDY, James KENNEDY, Susanna KENNEDY and Martha KENNEDY if she comes home and John KENNEDY”. Remainder of goods to be divided equally between “my wife and younger children viz. my wife Mary KENNEDY, my son Thomas KENNEDY, my daughter Mary KENNEDY, my son James KENNEDY, my daughter's Martha, Susan KENNEDY and my son John KENNEDY. My farm in town land of Ballyalley. Witnesses: James McNALL Ballybean, farmer, deceased. James NEILL, Dunlady, and John McHAFFEY, Ballymaglack, farmers. Memorial witnessed by: James NEILL, Henry JOY, Belfast, County Antrim printer. Thomas JACKSON seal. SEE:  JACKSONs of Co Down.

1774 Dec 23

Ballyregan

Dundonald

ROD: 307-296-204154. for consids, Rev James JACKSON of Monentin, Aughnamullen (pa) Monaghan unto Isaac WILSON of Convoy, Tullycorbett (pa) Monaghan , of parcel of ground formerly possessed by James & John SHAW, situated in lands of Ballyreagan, Dundonald (pa) Co. Down, for ever, at £25 ster rent. WITNESSES: James COCKRAN of Knockamuddy, MON; Thomas CRAWFORD of Monoge, MON; Samuel MITCHELL, Gent of Monaghan town.

1789 Jul 23

Ballyregan

Dundonald

ROD: 408-477-271517. Thomas BRUNKER, Esq. of Bellgreen, Co. Cavan & Hugh JACKSON of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan trustees to the marriage settlement between groom Thomas JACKSON of Ballybay, Monaghan and Isabella THOMPSON, spinster & bride & 3rd daughter of Humphry THOMPSON of Bushford, Co. Monaghan. WITNESSES: Benjamin WILSON, Gent of Cootehill, Co. Cavan & Rev. George YOUNG of Sporthall. The settlement included part of Ballyreagan, Parish of Dundonald, Co. Down that Thomas JACKSON would be entitled to at his father’s death [no further descry.]… Humphrey THOMPSON charged the lands of Aughantur with a sum of 233 pounds 6s 8d payable to sd Thomas JACKSON on death of Humphrey.

 

?

Holywood

 

 

?

Holywood

Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilization, Richard J. Hayes, ed Pedigrees of Gibson of Dublin, Jackson of Holywood, McBride of Dublin, Wilson of Ireland (The Genealogists Magazine, Vol 10, no 1, March 1947)

 

?

Holywood

Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilization, Richard J. Hayes, ed. 1965 PRONI 1777-c.1939 Messrs Caldwell & Robinson, Solicitor papers. D2035/6/1 c.1890 Bundle 6 probates etc, relating to the Jackson family of Holywood, Co. Down. Includes will and probate. John Jackson of Holywood. The common field of Holywood, called 'the elders'. 23 Dec. 1848 Will and probate. James Kennedy Jackson. Jackson Court, Belfast. 23 Aug. 1865 Will and probate. William Archer Jackson, Steamship Agent, Londonderry. 21 Aug. 1878

1788

?

Holywood

Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilization, Richard J. Hayes, ed. 1965 MS 8909. Note from G.W. Portis, Curate to Thomas Annesley, Foundling Hospital, Dublin, in respect of a male infant called John Jackson and sent to the parish from the parish of Holywood, Co. Down, 1788.

1840 Jul 22

?

Holywood

On the 24th inst at Clough Church, county Monaghan by the Rev Mr. Christian, Alexander Johnston, Esq. to Jane Anne eldest daughter of Richard Jackson Esq. of Hollywood said county. BNL Jul 28 1840

1842 Nov 1

?

Holywood

On the 1st inst. Letitia, wife of John Jackson Esq. of Holywood aged 76 years BNL Nov 4 1842  Est DOB1766

1846 Feb

?

Holywood

On the 14th inst, Elizabeth only daughter of Mr. John Jackson of Holywood. BNL Feb 17 1846

1848 Aug 14

?

Holywood

At Holywood, on Monday 14 inst. John Jackson Esq. in the 79th year of his age. BNL 1848 Aug 18. Est DOB 1769.

1851 Aug 11

?

Holywood

August 11, in St. Anne’s Church, Robert son of the late Dr. Jackson of Holywood, to Judith, eldest daughter of the late Robert Stewart, merchant Belfast. BNL Aug 22 1851

1852 May 4

?

Holywood

May 4 in Rosemary Street Church, by the Rev. John Macnaughten, A.M., James Anderson, Esq., grain merchant, Belfast to Sarah, daughter of John Jackson, Esq., Garden Lodge, Holywood. BNL May 10 1852. NOTE: See 1883 probate of George JACKSON of Garden Lodge – likely related.

1853 Nov 24

?

Holywood

November 24, at St. Nicholas Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Dr. J. Jackson, late of Holywood, to Mary, youngest daughter of Thomas Waugh, Esq. Durham. BNL Dec 71853 NOTE: Dr. William John JACKSON (1828-?) married Mary WAUGH at the Cathedral of St. Nicholas.

1854 Aug 21

?

Holywood

August 21, in Rosemary Street Church, Belfast, by the Rev John Macnaughtan, A.M. George Forbes, son of Wm. J. Emerson, Esq, Castle Forbes, Dublin to Lizzie, daughter of the late John Jackson, Esq., Garden Lodge, Holywood. BNL Sep 4 1854

1856 Apr 22

 

?

Holywood

April 22, in Rosemary Street Church, by the Rev Macnaughtan, A.M. David, son of David Rogers, Esq. Belfast, to Ellen, daughter of the late John Jackson, Esq. Garden Lodge, Holywood. BNL Apr 35 1856

1856 Aug 4

?

Holywood

August 4, at Bangor, Co. Down, in the 69th year of his age, Robert JACKSON, Esq. Late Captain in her Majesty’s 68th Reg. BNL Aug 7, 1856. Est DOB 1788

From Ros Davies Site: buried Abbey graveyard JACKSON Sacred to the memory of Robert Jackson, late Captain in H.M.'s 68th Regt., who departed this life (11)th August 1856 in the 69th (year) of his age.  Also Elizabeth J. Jackson, daughter of above who died at Holywood, 28th Sep. 1886 aged 62 years.  "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord". Rev. XIV, 13.

1857 Jul 24

?

Holywood

At Ardmore Terrace, Holywood, Mr. John Jackson, aged 84 years. BNL; 1857 Jul 27 DOB est: 1773

1857 Sep 8

?

Holywood

September 8 at Ardmore Terrace, Holywood, Mr. George Jackson aged 40 years. His remains will be removed for interment at Holywood on Friday morning the 11th instant at nine o’clock. BNL Sep 10, 1847. Est DOB 1817

1884 Feb 1

?

Holywood

ROD: 1884-6-182. Jane JACKSON of Garden Lodge near Holywood, Co. Down, spinster; Matilda JACKSON of Garden Lodge, spinster; John SIMMS of Newtownards, Co. Down, draper; John DAVIDSON of Turf Lodge Co. Down, farmer trustees… George JACKSON…. Will…annuities … 89 acres 2 roods  36 perches…bounded on  the north by a road running in an easterly direction from the High Road leading from Belfast to Holywood and partly by land the property of William LANGRIDGE in the east, Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. And land on the foreshore bounded by lands of Knockmagoney being part of what was conveyed for the Belfast Holywood and Bangor Railway…. To Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down. See: 1876-10-256.

 

Ballycloughan

Holywood

Ballycloughan is a townland in the Parish of Holywood. It is on the southern border of Holywood parish, which borders on the Parish of Knockbreda. The townland of Ballymiscaw (which includes Stormount aka Mount Pleasant), Parish of Dundonald is on the eastern border of  Ballycloughan. There is a second townland of this name in the Parish of Killinchy. That cannot yet be discounted as a possibility, but is unlikely.

1817 Feb 19

Ballycloughan

Holywood

ROD: 714-484-488819. for consids John ROBINSON cotton weaver of Ballycloughan, Down, to Samuel JACKSON, farmer of Ballycloughan, Down,  of pt of Ballycloughan, Co Down [7 acres 8 perches] in possession of John ROBINSON to hold unto Samuel JACKSON from 1 Nov then last for life of John ROBINSON for 21 years from 1 Nov 1806 at £16.0.9 ster rent. WITNESSES: John JACKSON, farmer of Ballycloughan & James MOORE, weaver of Ballycloughan, Co. Down.

 

Ballygrainey

Holywood

 

1791 Jul 7

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 441-307-284486. Btw Thomas KYLE of Belfast Mariner & John JACKSON of Ballygrany, Co Down farmer... for 300 pounds lands on North of Castle St, Belfast... NOTE: Given other leases, this would be Ballygrainey, Parish of Holywood – not the Ballygrainey in Parish of Bangor. NOTE: See Also: ROD: 506-243-329353.

1793 Mar 25

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 514-199-336024. Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Surgeon and Andrew JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Parish of Hollywood Gent both of Co Down of the 1 pt…. in consid of 1,550 pounds confirmed to [William FINNEY?}… demised a flour mill then a paper mill Dwelling House and Garden with mill race etc.. … as formerly granted by Alexander ORR to James JACKSON Arthur DARLEY & James KENLY in townland of Ballyclere Co Antrim… Witnessed by Mary JACKSON of Belfast

1793 Nov 2

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 474-452-302287. James JACKSON of Town of Newtownards, Co Down, Surgeon and Apothecary of one pt & Andrew JACKSON of said townland of Ballygrany in said Co of the other part… leased half of lands of Moygannon… including roads waterways and appurtenances…  in possession of John and Alexander MacCOMB and then  lately in the possession of Robert and Mary BLACK or their cottiers or undertenants and then in possession of James JACKSON his tenants and undertenants in Parish of Donoclony, Barony of Lower Iveagh,  Co Down WITNESSES: John ALLEN & Patrick KEARNY. NOTE: Moygannon, Parish Donaghclony.

1794 Nov 11

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 488-171-310052. Btw Andrew JACKSON of the townland of Ballygranny, Co. Down, Gent of the 1 pt &  the Rev Robert JACKSON of the City of Londonderry of the other part whereby after reciting that James JACKSON of Newtown in Co. Down Surgeon & apothecary  in consid of 250 pounds  had granted in mortgage to the said Andrew JACKSON the premises… grant lease and confirm to said Robert BLACK in his actual possession by virtue of a sale made by said Andrew JACKSON for one whole year… assigned entire moiety of the lands of Moygannan together with full and Entire half … of said water courses thereunto belonging… was in possession of Joseph BLACK and afterwards  Robert and Margaret BLACK undertenants… NOTE: Moygannon, Parish Donaghclony.

1795 Dec 3

Ballygrainey

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 492-16-318576. John JACKSON of Ballygraney, Parish Holywood, Co.. Down  & Andrew JACKSON of Ballygraney of land in his actual possession by virtue of a lease for a year of the other pt leased part of townland of Ballygraney totaling 55 acres Cunningham measure for lives of William PATTERSON and Jane PATTERSON otherwise RUSSELL. WITNESSES: Patrick KEARNEY of Belfast Gent and Hamilton ECHLIN  of Belfast.

1797 Feb 18

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 506-243-329353. Btw John JACKSON and Andrew JACKSON both of Ballygraney Farmers Executors and Administrators of the last will and testament of John JACKSON late of Ballygraney deceased of the 1 pt. & William DENNER [?]  of Belfast Co Antrim [Natlemiat?] of the other pt. John JACKSON and Andrew JACKSON did demise for 300 pounds piece of ground on the north side of Castle Street in town of Belfast containing in front next the sd st 54 feet or thereabouts with the entrance or passage leading into Hercules  Lane towards Rosemary Lane 22 feet or thereabouts … subject to yearly rent of 20 pounds 10s 6d. NOTE: See also: ROD: 441-307-284486.

1806 Jan 22

Ballygrainey

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 596-349-407500. Indenture of lease btw. Hugh KENNEDY of Cultra, Co Down Esq  of 1 pt & Andrew JACKSON of Ballynagraney Parish of Holywood, Co. Down farmer of other pt.. Whereby Hugh KENNEDY did demise to Andrew JACKSON  … farm or tenement being part of Ballynagraney then in actual possession of Andrew JACKSON containing  by estimation 55 acres Cunningham measure… lease for 36 years. [lives] Robert ABERNATHY then aged about 10 years James ABERNATHY aged abt 4 years sons of James ABERNATHY of Ballycreely in Parish of  Comber, Co Down or for term of 31 years whichever should continue longest . Rent of 43 pounds sterling. WITNESS: Alexander GREENFIELD of Belfast, Co. Antrim; Robert GREENFIELD of Cultrain, Co. Down, Gent. NOTE: Ballynagraney aka Ballygrainy.

1817 Nov 1

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 720-376-492311. Memorial of an Indented Deed btw Andrew JACKSON of Ballygreny Co Down Esq. & Mary JACKSON otherwise GREER his wife of 1st pt & James BIRCH of Ballybeen House co Down, Esq of the other part. Whereby reciting the sd Indenture witnessed that in pursuance of the Agreement  therein stated of & in consideration of £2,300  sterling to the said Andrew JACKSON and of ten shillings  sterling to the said Mary JACKSON by the said James BIRCH… acknowledge therefor the sd Andrew JACKSON & Mary JACKSON sold to the sd James BIRCH in his actual possession then being by virtue of a lease for a year… formerly in the possession of Andrew ALLEN the younger and his undertenants & theretofore possessed and enjoyed by  the sd Andrew JACKSON and his undertenants by estimation containing 23 acres Cunningham Measure or thereabouts… together with the field adjoining the farm  formerly in the possession of Robert KYLE the elder and commonly called and known by the name of the  horse park containing by estimation one half acre… also with the bog & moss quarter reciting earlier lease made by Robert KYLE the Elder and Robert KYLE the younger  to Andrew ALLEN Aug 18 1759. All situate and being in the Ballybeen Parish of Cumber & Co. Down to hold to the sd James BIRCH and his heirs & assigns. WITNESS: Rev George BIRCH of Cumber, clerk & George CROZIER of Banbridge attorney at law. NOTE: The names index says she was Mary JACKSON orse GREER. NOTE: James BIRCH of Ballybeen may be a son of Rev. James JACKSON BIRCH (1740-1820) and Mary KING.

1828 Sep 15

Ballygrainey

Holywood

On the 15th inst. After a tedious illness, in her 15th year, Mary Kennedy daughter of Mr. A. Jackson, Ballygraney. BNL Sept 19 1828. Est DOB abt 1814. NOTE: This would be Andrew JACKSON. At present, I am unsure how he fits into the Jacksons of Co. Down – although I do feel sure that he does. In the Freeholders Records, Andrew JACKSON held lands at Ballygrainy for life of William KENNEDY in 1789, as did John JACKSON. I suspect they were brothers. SEE: ROD 506-243-329353. Feb 18, 1797.

1832 Apr 19

 

Ballygrainey

Holywood

on the 19th inst. MRS. JANE JACKSON, relict of Mr. Hugh Jackson of Newtownards, and formerly of Ballygraney near Holywood, aged 64 years BNL Apr 17 1832. Est DOB 1768.

1840 Feb 11

Ballygrainey

Holywood

On the 11th inst, at his residence Ballygrany, near Holywood, Andrew Jackson Esq. in the 74th year of his age. BNL 1840 Feb 21. Est DOB 1766.

SOURCE: Holywood Graveyard. [Polished granite stone in surround, over low stone enclosure]. Erected by James JACKSON, Ballygraney to the memory of his father Andrew JACKSON who died 11th Feb. 1840 aged 75 years. Also his mother Mary JACKSON who died 12th June 1823 aged 49 years. Also his sister Mary JACKSON who died 14th September 1828 aged 15 years. Also his brother Andrew JACKSON who died 15th Dec 1851 aged 41 years. Also his brother John JACKSON who died 19th April 1881 aged 74 years. Also Eliza JACKSON the wife of John JACKSON, who died 3rd May 1882 aged 69 years. Also John Gregg JACKSON, grandson of John JACKSON, who died 10th March 1880 aged 3 years and 5 months. Here also lies James JACKSON who died 4th Dec 1883 aged 68 years. Olive Dorothy, daughter of John and Mary JACKSON died 10th Dec. 1920 aged 18 years. John JACKSON died 15th April 1922 aged 76 years. His wife Mary died 27th October 1933 aged 75 years. “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive” I Cor. XV, 22

1842 Aug 9

Ballygrainey

Holywood

Holywood Agricultural Society.

Cattle: 2nd Class: For best draught horse or Mare: James JACKSON, Ballygrainey. 2nd.

Cattle: 10th Class: Best calf since 1st April: Mr. James JACKSON; Mr. Andrew JACKSON.

SOURCE: Belfast News-Letter 09 August 1842

1851 Dec 15

Ballygrainey

Holywood

Dec 15 in the prime of his life, Andrew Jackson of Ballygrahany, county Down. NOTE: He died age 41 years, est DOB=1810. SOURCE: Gravemarker.

1854 Jul 1

Ballygrainey

Holywood

Jun 1, in Fisherwick Place Church, by the Rev Henry Henderson, Holywood, the Rev. J. Browne Wilson, Belfast, to Anna, daughter of the late Andrew Jackson, Esq. Ballygrainey, county Down. BNL Jun 2 1854

1876

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD: 1876-28-135. James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & William GARDINER of Holywood, Co. Down, Gent of the other pt… James JACKSON as executor of will of Andrew JACKSON deceased granted to Gardiner… lands and premises granted in 1846 Mar 20 land on the north east side of the street called the Share round running from the main street to the Kinnegar in the town of Holywood, Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh, Co. Down… also liberty to build & rest timber on the adjoining wall of the dwelling house of John MENSILLY…. NOTE: I have not seen the memorial of 1846 that it refers to.

1877 Nov 30

Ballygrainey

Holywood

ROD 1877-51- 266  James JACKSON – Robert McQUISTON. James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, Gent of 1st pt & Robert Jackson BELL of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent of 2nd pt & Robert McQUISTON of Belfast Esq., Co. Antrim.. James JACKSON by the direction of Robert Jackson BELL granted lands in recited indenture  of 1729 Aug 12, and recited mtg of  2 Jan 1852… town and lands of Ballywooley alias Ballywoolie 142 acres , parish of Bangor, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down… sum of 2,500 pounds & interest…NOTE: Robert Jackson BELL (?-1879) was a son of Stuart BELL and Susannah JACKSON (?-1805) of Bellview.

1883 Dec 4

Ballygrainey

Holywood

16 January The Will of James JACKSON late of Ballygrainey, Co Down Esq. who died 4 Dec 1883 at same place proved at the Principal Registry by Thomas WILSON of 65 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin, Woolen Merchant, one of the Executors. Effects: £4,267 2s 11d.

 

Ballymenagh

Holywood

Aka Ballymeehin or Ballymeehan or Ballymeenagh. The townland is between Ballykeel and Ballycultraw. One townland over are the townlands of Holywood to the west and Ballygrainey to the east. Both of these townlands included lands leased by JACKSONs.

1801 Mar 21

Ballymenagh

Holywood

ROD: 535-412-351537. Robert CRAWFORD of Belfast Innkeeper & John JACKSON of Ballymeehin, Co Down famer of other part... dwelling house on Shore Street in Holywood.

1803 Feb 21

 

Ballymenagh

Holywood

ROD: 553-140-366238. Deed Btw John JACKSON of Ballymeehan, Co. Down Gent of 1 pt. George SINCLAIRE of Belfast , City of Antrim Esq. of other pt. in consid of 140 pounds sterling granted to SINCLAIRE the house & garden  on the northmost side of the shore of Holywood…..

1806 Jun 10

Ballymenagh

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 582-312-393685. Andrew THOMSON of Belfast, Gent & John JACKSON of Ballymeehan, Co Down Gent lease of tenement on Shore Street in Holywood, then in possession of Andrew THOMPSON....

 

Holywood

Holywood

Jackson’s Road is the boundary between the townland of Holywood and the townland of Knocknogoney.

1783 Feb 11

Holywood

Holywood

ROD: 347-550-235128A Memorial of a deed of ease and release btw Johnston LOCKART and Margaret LOCKART otherwise JACKSON his wife both of Holywood in Co. Down of the 1 pt. Margaret LOCKART transferred to  Wm RICHARDSON his heirs etc all that part and parcel of land in the townland of Dunvalley & Corr in Co. Armagh situate in the parish of Loughgall & Manor of Charlemont…original lease held by Rt Hon James Earl of Charlemont. Witnessed by John RICHARDSON of Moy Co. Tyrone & Wm LOCKART of Charlemont. NOTE: There are also JACKSONs of Loughgall, Co Armagh, and My, Co. Tyrone.

1891 Feb 16

Holywood

Holywood

ROD: 1891-19-266. John JACKSON- Richard Magennis DOUGLAS (very long deed – lots of other names). John JACKSON of Melbourne, Australia of 1st pt; Fanny Lyster KING otherwise JACKSON wife of John KING of Earlsfield Road Wandsworth Common in Co Surrey, England, merchant & Archer Bayley JACKSON of Westcoft Oakhill Rd., Putney Co Surrey, England Esq of 2nd pt  Henry O’Neill JACKSON of City of Londonderry steamboat agent of 3rd pt; Jane Bayley JACKSON, spinster city of Londonderry 3rd pt…. James Kennedy JACKSON gent of Albert Rd., Teddington, Co. Surrey. England gent of 8th pt; … Ann JACKSON of Westcroft Oakhill Rd., Putney, Co Surrey England  widow of 10th pt; … will of James Kennedy JACKSON deceased… Anna JACKSON executor of will of William Archer JACKSON [d 1878 in Londonderry] … land on south west of Shore St, town of Holywood abt 60X203’… called “The Elders”… ref to indenture of Apr 1, 1840 lately in occupation of John JACKSON, parish of Holywood, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down …lease of portion dated Mar 1, 1839 between John JACKSON and John JACKSON jr. for term of 900 years… sublease 21 Dec 1856 btw James Kennedy JACKSON of one part & John POOLE. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down. NOTE; Many people in this family seem to have been based in London. A will for Archer Bayley JACKSON was probated 1941,to Annie Evelyn KING. A will for Fanny Lyster KING, wife of John KING was probated to Annie Evelyn KING. Henry O’Neil JACKSON is age 42 in the 1901 Irish Census – born in Londonderry, Episcopalian, and residing in Londonderry with his wife & three children. He died at Balliniska, Springtown on 9 Jun 1911 and his will was probated to his wife Annie Wilson JACKSON. Effects £173 9s 3d. James Kennedy JACKSON was a solicitor in Belfast (will probate 1875). NOTE: The Will of James Kennedy Jackson late of Belfast in the County of Antrim Solicitor deceased who died 20 July 1865 at Rose Lodge in the County of Down was proved at Belfast by the oath of William Archer Jackson of Londonderry Steam Boat Agent the sole Executor.

 

Knocknagoney

Holywood

Knocknagony is on the shore of Belfast Lough, and the Parish of Holywood has the parishes of Dundonald and Newtownards on its southern border, and the Parish of Bangor on its eastern border. Jackson’s Road is the boundary between the townland of Holywood and the townland of Knocknogoney.

1751 Sep 2

Knocknagoney

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 145-534-99987. Deed of Lease and release between Mary HAWTHORN otherwise COREY, widow of Robert HAWTHORN mariner of Hollywood [aka Holywood] Co Down of 1 pt. John JACKSON of Knocknagony  Co Down Gent of the other part Mary HAWTHORN for 20 pounds 5 shillings sold to John JACKSON and his heirs all of the farm in possession of  Thomas COREY deceased and lately in possession of Betty JACKSON otherwise COREY deceased who was the uncle and cousin [sic] of said Mary HAWTHORN otherwise COREY Mary is the heir at law of Betty JACKSON otherwise COREY as being the only issue of James COREY deceased. Who was the eldest and full brother of Thomas COREY containing by estimation 82 acres  3r 2p  Cunningham measure… free of all tithes in parish of Holywood, Co Down reciting deed 8 March 1743 where the premises were demised to Thomas COREY by James ROSS the eldest & James ROSSE the younger of Co. Down. Assigned to John JACKSON and his heirs for the lives of James ROSSE the youngest & Janet COREY otherwise HENRY [widow of Thomas COREY] the two surviving lives. WITNESS: Robert MUNFORD of Knocknagoney & Michael MICHALL of Hollywood & Thomas DAYELL of Holliwood, Co. Down. NOTE: I wonder if Thomas DAYELL might be Thomas DALZELL. A David DALZELL married Mary JACKSON (abt 1770-1821), daughter of Rev. James JACKSON (1720-1792) of Ballyreagan.

1749 Nov 1

Knocknagoney

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 495-506-326459. William JACKSON of Ringcreevy, Co. Down; Robert JACKSON son of William, of Knocknagony, Co. Down

NAMES: Hugh NIVEEDY of Knocknagony; William JACKSON of Ringcreevy; John JACKSON; Robert JACKSON; William KENNEDY; Hugh NILLY of Ballymeek. NOTE: There is a grave of William JACKSON son of William JACKSON d 1852 age 62 (therefore b 1790) in the Holywood graveyard.

1758 Dec 14

Knocknagoney

Holywood

Thomas JACKSON of Ballyregan, Dundonald (pa), DOWN acknowledges receipt of £75 from John JACKSON, of Knocknagoney, Holywood (pa), DOWN as debts owing him in consideration of any right or claim of John JACKSON to Knocknagoney, & for his natural love of John JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON discharges John JACKSON from every right claim title etc. to same. REGISTRARS: George PORTIAS & A. BRETT, justices presiding. WITNESSES: Robert JOY, printer of Belfast Antrim & Henry JOY (Swore memorial 30 Jan 1759), Printer of Belfast, Antrim; David HENDERSON, Clerk to Henry & Robert JOY; Jane ALEXANDER; Alexander WALLACE.

1792 May 30

Knocknagoney

Holywood

ROD: 447-4441- 290610. Btw James McCULLOGH of Knocknagney farmer and Mary McCULLOGH als BARBER als JACKSON his wife of 1st pt. sold to Rankin pt of Knocknagony late in occupation of James McCULLOGH & Mary his wife WITNESS: John JACKSON and Robert JACKSON both farmers of Knocknagoney.

1795 Dec 28

Knocknagoney

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

 ROD: 496-298-319254. Btw Simon ISAACS of Holywood, Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & and John JACKSON of Knockagoney, Co. Down farmer of the other part.  ISAAC demised to JACKSON farm then in his possession containing by estimations 88 acres Cunningham measure. During lives of John JACKSON the lessor, John JACKSON jr. son of said lessor &  LUFFERN [?] aged abt 14, son of James LUFFERN of Belfast, merchant annual rent of 20 pounds. WITNESSES: William CHAMBERS of Holywood, Co Down Gent &  Patrick CONNOR of Belfast Co Antrim Gent. & Hugh McGLEASY, of Holywood, Blacksmith.

1799 Feb 20

Knocknagoney

Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 516-501-338311. Deed btw Robert JACKSON of Knocknagony, Co. Down farmer of 1 pt; Rachel JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON Mary JACKSON and Jennet JACKSON of the other part… partition of Knocknagoney… live and lives of Robert JACKSON and Samuel JACKSON eldest son of said Robert JACKSON and of John RANKIN eldest son of Charles RANKIN Esq…. original lease contained the field below the field below the road called the fur Croft the whole of the near meadow the near hanging Bray, the field called the Sour Wood the upper part of the quarry field… Knocknagony, Parish of Holywood, Co Down. WITNESSED Hugh McCULLY of Knocknagoney, farmer… in presence of John JACKSON and James WEAVER of Knocknagoney

1834 Feb 8

Knocknagoney

Holywood

ROD 1834-3-198.BTW Jane JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, spinster of the 1 pt & Robert STEWART of Lisburn, Co. Antrim Merchant of the other…. Made over lands in the townland of Knocknagoney, Parish of Holywood, Co. Down formerly in the possession of Thomas MARTIN…

1835 Mar 25

Knocknagoney

Holywood

On Wednesday last, Mr. John Jackson, Knocknagoney, in his 68th year of his age. BNL Mar 31, 1835. Est DOB 1767

1835 Nov 5

Knocknagoney

Holywood

JACKSON, William – McCANCE, David

ROD: 1835-18-184. Re: last will and testament of Rachel JACKSON late of Knocknagony, Co. Down, spinster, deceased of 1st pt.…. also re will of Jennett JACKSON orse Jane JACKSON orse Jenny JACKSON late of Knocknagony  spinster deceased  & William JACKSON  of Knocknagoney, farmer & nephew of  and heir at law of Rachel JACKSON & Jennett JACKSON and also Mary JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON late of Knocknagoney spinsters deceased…lands of Knocknagoney formerly in hands of William JACKSON, deceased & afterward in possession of Rachel, Margaret, Mary & Jennett cont 28 acres with house…

1863

 

 

Gravemarker: [Horizontal stone on the ground in a railed enclosure]. The family burying ground of John JACKSON of Knocknagoney, 1863, Ann JACKSON died 19th July 1882. George JACKSON died 3rd Sept. 1883

1875 Mar 3

Knocknagoney

Holywood

George JACKSON – Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. See: 1884-6-182. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

ROD: 1875-10-256. 1875 Mar 3 Indenture made by George JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & Robert GRIMSHAW of Redburn, Co. Down. Of other part… for sum of 2800 pounds by GRIMSHAW pd to JACKSON… ref to indenture 1866 May 25 btwn George JACKSON of 1st pt & John HARRISON of 2nd pt. for 3 acres 16 perches Cunningham measure bounded on the north by other lands of George JACKSON, on the east by the public road called the Knockmagoney Rd. on the west by lands of John HARRISON and on the south partly by lands of John HARRISON & John HERON… parish of Holywood, Barony of Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. Other lands in George JACKSONs possession from indenture 1860 May 24… Capt. HARRISON … lots of other adjacent lands. WITNESS William Alexander BREAKEY and William John CHAMBERs both of Belfast. NOTE I do not have a memorial of the 1860 indenture.

1876

Knocknagoney

Holywood

George Jackson, address Knocknagoney, owned 76 acres.

William Jackson, address Knocknagoney, owned 18 acres.

1884 Feb 1

Knocknagoney

Holywood

ROD: 1884-6-182. Jane JACKSON of Garden Lodge near Holywood, Co. Down, spinster; Matilda JACKSON of Garden Lodge, spinster; John SIMMS of Newtownards, Co. Down, draper; John DAVIDSON of Turf Lodge Co. Down, farmer trustees… George JACKSON…. Will…annuities … 89 acres 2 roods  36 perches…bounded on  the north by a road running in an easterly direction from the High Road leading from Belfast to Holywood and partly by land the property of William LANGRIDGE in the east, Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. And land on the foreshore bounded by lands of Knockmagoney being part of what was conveyed for the Belfast Holywood and Bangor Railway…. To Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down. See: 1876-10-256.

1889

Knocknagoney

Holywood

ROD: 1889-7-131. William JACKSON - Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE

 

Killyleagh

Killyleagh

This Parish is on the southern border of the Parish of Killinchy.

1774 Mar 24

Killyleagh

Killyleagh

1777 Jan 1 Rev. Henry JACKSON of Banbridge, Co Down & wife Jane JACKSON otherwise MILLER & Nathan CARR of Ballygoshin Co Down farmer… demised tenement on the west side of Killeaghlea… description of the land building and offices – on the west side of Provost EWIN’s tenement… btw highway leading to Castlewilliam [lots more descry] in the town and Corporation of Killyleagh, Co. Down. WITNESS: John PETICRE of Ballynahinch Co Down Gent & Alexander  CLARKE & James POTTER of Mount Potter. NOTE: The other entries to Henry Jackson of Banbridge. This gives his wife’s name.

 

Ballymacaret

Knockbreda Upper Portion

 

1864 Apr 15

Ballymacaret

Knockbreda Upper Portion

Sale by Auction of “That neat and commodious Residence in Ballmacarrett called “Jackson Hall” with lawn and garden, all in the very best order, at present in the occupation of William Hall Esq. as tenant from year to year. BNL Apr 9 1864.

 

 

 

 

 

Knock

Knockbreda Lower Portion

The townland is in the Parish of Knockbreda, a parish which is southwest of the Parish of Holywood, and east of the Parish of Comber, two parishes where JACKSONs held extensive leases. Knockbreda includes Knockbreda Lower Portion and Knockbreda Upper Portion

1796 Dec 29

Knock

Knockbreda Lower Portion

Knock Graveyard: Here lieth the body of Hugh Jackson who departed this life  29 Dec 1796  aged 43 years. Also three of his children Hugh, Margaret and Jane.

1807 Jan 7

Knock

Knockbreda Lower Portion

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD:  586-495-398112.  Btw John FERGUSON of  Thrushfiled, Thomas FERGUSON of Four Mile Barn,  & Wm BURGES of Belfast all in the Co. of Antrim executors of will of Samuel FERGUSON of Belfast dec’d of 1dst pt;  William FERGUSON of Halestown, Co. Antrim eldest son and heir at law of Samuel FERGUSON of 3rd pt [NOTE: No mention of 2nd pt];  & John JACKSON of Ballymakin, Co. Down farmer of 4th pt. Whereas in consid of pd 490 pounds paid to parties of 1st pt. by John JACKSON and William FERGUSON the eldest son of Samuel FERGUSON granted to John JACKSON lands in his actual possession  lease of land for that part of the townland of Knock formerly the property of John GORDON of Belfast, Merchant and then lately in possession of John FERGUSON [?] FERGUSON and William BURGES the exors. Neal McGILPIN, James McCONNELL, Robert McCONNELL & Adm DOUGLAS or some or one of them… situate lying and being in Parish of Knockbreda, Barony of Castlereagh Co. Down for lives of Archibald STEWART, Hugh BUSBY & James MARTIN. WITNESS: James ARTHUR, City of Dublin & Henry McGOWEN, Belfast. NOTE: I do not know where Ballymakin might be, but it may be Ballymacaret, Parish of Knockbreda Upper Portion.

 

Breda

Knockbreda

Newtownbreda was a town in the townland of Breda, but is now in the suburbs of Belfast. A landlord was Sir Robert BATESON. In 1836, he sold off a 29a 3r 37p farm in Breda, Knockbreda.  SOURCE: Belfast News-Letter 26 August 1836.

1856 Nov 4

Breda

Knockbreda

Nov 4 in Newtownbreda Church, by the Rev John Kinahan, Rector, Mr. John Jackson, Belvoir Park, to Annie daughter of the late Mr. William Fitzpatrick, sculptor, Annieville, Ballynafeigh. BNL Nov 7 1856. NOTE: On the marriage certificate, a John JACKSON was the father of the groom, one witness was a Hugh JACKSON, and another witness was [?] FITZPATRICK. Thanks to Irene JACKSON email Sept 16, 2016.

Nov 6 at Newtownbreda , by the Rev. John Kinahan, Wm Brown, Esq. London to Charlotte, daughter of the late Alexander McDonnell, Esq., Annadale.  BNL Nov 7 1856 NOTE: I added this in because of curiosity with respect to links to Oinri Jackson’s tree and a possible collateral connection. The father of John JACKSON

1870 Mar 21

Breda

Knockbreda

Belfast Morning News 21 March 1870. The Knockbreda Farming Society “withdrew to Mr. John Jackson’s Red Lion Inn where dinner was prepared for them.

 

Breda

Knockbreda

Belfast Telegraph 25 May 1872 Application for spirit license: Alex. Jackson and Edward Sharman, Newtownards Road, Knockbreda, transfer from Ellen Thompson.

 

Ballymoney

Magherally

 

1791 Jul 8

Ballymoney

Magherally

Btw Rev. Henry JACKSON of Ballymoney, Parish of Maghera, Barony of Lower Iveagh co Down of 1 pt…. land he lately enjoyed… road leading from Banbridge along mearing of Wm Williams land… NOTE: Another version of my notes says: Parish of Magherally, and is dated 1791 Feb 8. Rev. Henry JACKSON was also the minister at Banbridge.

 

Ballyskeogh

Newtown Ards

 

1695 Sep

1716 Jun 16

Ballyskeogh

Newtown Ards

Movilla Graveyard: JACKSON Here lyeth the body of John Jackson of Ballyskeogh who dyed  16 Jun 1716  aged 77 years. Also Janet Jackson his wife who dyed  Sep 1695  aged 54 years. & also 3 of their sons, Hugh, John & James Jackson who dyed all unmarried. SOURCE: Ros Davies transcription. Just to keep us on our toes, there was the John JACKSON (1639-1716), husband of Janet JACKSON (1641-1695), and there was also the John JACKSON (1667-1725), her brother, both of them children of Robert JACKSON. My best guess is that the two John JACKSONs were cousins, and that their fathers both came from Little Eccleston, Lancashire, likely both sons of the yeoman at Little Eccleston, John JACKSON – one named John and one named Robert.

1716 Jun 30

Ballyskeogh

Newtown Ards

PRONI, T808/8244 Down will made 28 April 1716 proved 30 June 1716.  John JACKSON of Ballyskeegh minor in Newton parish County down. Lease of Ballyskeegh two sons Gilbert JACKSON, he paying £60 to my son Samuel JACKSON or his issue on their return to this country from abroad. NOTE: He is likely the Samuel JACKSON of Philadelphia.

 

Newtown

Newtown Ards

aka Newtownards, Barony of Lower Ards, Co. Down. The Parish is on the eastern border of Dundonald Parish, and the town is in the middle of the Parish.

1711 Feb 18

Newtown

Newtown Ards

James Jackson’s Will. He lived at Newtown, and his brother was John JACKSON of Ballyregan.

Movilla Graveyard: Jackson Here lyeth the body of James Jackson late provist of Newton who departed this life 25 Nov 1711  aged 63 years. Here also lieth the body of Gilbert Jackson of Newton, tanner, who departed this life 22 Sep 1723  aged 46 years. Annas Kell who departed this life  Sep 1766  aged 87 years & 9 of their children viz., Hugh, Jane, Grizell, Sarah, John, Mary, Jane, James & Annas. The only surviving child is Jane who is now wife to John Moor of Drumon, county Tyrone.

1727 Jul 15

?

Newtown Ards

See will of 15 July 1727: Catring JACKSON alias McKINLEY of Ballyreggan and Dundonald parish County Down, to be buried with my ancestors in Dundonald churchyard. Legacy left me by the will of my husband, legacies to my “newvie  Hendrie JACKSON, to Rachel JACKSON, Catrine JACKSON, Catrine HUTCHON and Catrine BIRCHE. Executors James JACKSON and John TODE. Witnesses Agnes PAGE Sam McDOUELL. Ballyreagan 363 acres is in Newtonards Parish. Ballyreagan 522 acres is in Dundonald parish.

1740 Apr 17

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 97-376-68765. Deed of lease and release made between Jane JACKSON only daughter of Gilbert JACKSON late of Newtown in the Co of Down Gent dec’d of the one part & Gilbert JACKSON of Ballymisca in the county of the other part... Jane sold to Gilbert one half  tenement on the south side of High Street of Newtown & now enjoyed by John TATE of Newtown...  & half of garden  belonging to Thomas KENNEDY of Ballintrea on the back street of said town of Newtown being the north part of said garden  bounding on the north with the acres of land in possession of Robert Young GARDINER & George FERGUSON apothecary on the east with a plot of ground in the possession of William JACKSON bridler, on the south with part of the said Thomas KENNEDY’s garden & on the west with a small garden belonging to the heirs of Wm HAZLETT... NOTE: Jane was the only surviving daughter of Gilbert JACKSON, and this would be at the time of her marriage to John MOOR of Co. Tyrone.

1742 Nov 22

Newtown

Newtown Ards

PRONI T808/8245 Down will made 7 October 1742 proved 22 November 1742. Alexander JACKSON of Newtown parish County Down. Son John JACKSON; daughters Margaret JACKSON; Grizel JACKSON; and Mary JACKSON. Executors wife Jean McDufe. Witnesses: Richard Scott; William Stewart; James JACKSON. Indoors Newtown. Inventory 22 November 1762 of goods of Alexander JACKSON of Newtown.

1755 Aug 18

Newtown

Newtown Ards

JACKSON, James 1755 FERGUSON & ors Book Index 1758-1768

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

ROD: 177-506-119056. Btw Annas TATE otherwise JACKSON otherwise KELL of town of Newton, Co Down widow of the one part & Henry FERGUSON of Ballyrogan [aka Ballyreagan] Parish of Newtown & David PATTERSON of the town & co aforesaid Chandler, of the other part. Annas TATE in consid of 6 pounds to FERGUSON & PATTERSON garden in the back street of Newtown belonging to Thomas Kennedy for use of the Old Dissenting Congregation of Newtown. Memorial witnessed by Andrew CUMING & James THOMPSON both of Newtown & John MOOR and Jane MOOR both of Drumon parish of Aghlow & Co. Tyrone. NOTE: She was Annas KELL was the widow of Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723) Jane MOOR was her daughter.

1757 Aug 17

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 188-507-126540. Annas TATE of Newton, Co. Down, widow of John TATE late of Newtown Gent of 1st pt & Jane MOORE otherwise JACKSON wife of John MOORE of Drummon in Co Tyrone Gent & daughter to said Annas TATE of 2nd pt. John McCORD of Newry  Gent Rev. Henry JACKSON of Banbridge & Rev James HUEY of  Newtown all of Co Down of 3rd pt….. did set that part of land in the north part in the town of Newtown & also sum of 100 pounds demised to her by will of John TATE & 50 pounds remainder of principal lent by Gilbert JACKSON in his lifetime to who the said Anne TATE is surviving executor… other bonds etc… . NOTE: Her 1st husband was Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723). Jane MOORE was her only surviving child. NOTE: The mention of Rev. Henry JACKSON of Banbridge.

1771 Sep 14

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 283-640-187816. Btw Alexander STEWART and Robert STEWART (the son) of Newtownards, Co Down Esq of the 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON, of City of Dublin Taylor. Description as referenced in a later deed: Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Taylor of the one pt & Gilbert JACKSON of the town of Newtownards Co Down, Shoemaker of the other pt…. Thomas JACKSON demised  unto the sd Gilbert JACKSON his heirs and assigns all that piece or parcel of ground situate… north side of Francis St. in Newtownards afsd being part of number 9 specified  in the said Thomas JACKSONs lease from Alexander STEWART and Robert STEWART his son Esq. Bounded on the North with West Street, on the east with the remainder of #9 on the south with Francis St afsd and on the west with #8 containing in front to Francis St 21 feet 4 inches and in the rere to west st.  21 feet 4 inches and from front to rere 192 feet

1773 Feb 23

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 297-303-194952. Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor of 1 pt & Robert COLVILLE of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. Reciting deed where Alexander STEWART & Roberts STEWART his son both of Newtownards Co Down Esq. deeded to Thomas JACKSON piece of land in Newtownards being # 9 & 10… WITNESS incl Sarah COLVILE wife of Robert COLVILLE

1778 Dec 10

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 314-273-218074. Btw Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Taylor of the one pt & Gilbert JACKSON of the town of Newtownards Co Down, Shoemaker of the other pt…. Thomas JACKSON demised  unto the sd Gilbert JACKSON his heirs and assigns all that piece or parcel of ground situate… north side of Francis St. in Newtownards afsd being part of number 9 specified  in the said Thomas JACKSONs lease from Alexander STEWART and Robert STEWART his son Esq. Bounded on the North with West Street, on the east with the remainder of #9 on the south with Francis St afsd and on the west with #8 containing in front to Francis St 21 feet 4 inches and in the rere to west st.  21 feet 4 inches and from front to rere 192 feet and also all erections and buildings.. to hold to the said Gilbert JACKSON forever for yearly rent of 1 pound one shilling and 4 pence. WITNESSES: Francis TAGGART & Henry JOY of Belfast Co Antrim Printer NOTE: The previous lease is at 283-640-187816

1783 Jul 24

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 351-486-237454. Btw Alexander STEWART & Robert STEWART (his son) both of Newtownards Co Down Esq. of he 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON City of Dublin Taylor of the other  part for consid STEWART transferred to JACKSON parcel of land on North side of Francis St #9, … Thomas JACKSON made over to William Catherwood JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor his eldest son… more decr Newtownards. NOTE: see subsequent Court Case: Irish Equity Reports Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery and the Rolls Court.  Volume 13. Page 471

1787 Nov 5

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 501-38-317510. Marr art btw James JACKSON of town of Newtownards, Co Down, Surgeon of the 1st part & Arabella BLACK of Tullindony dau of Joseph BLACK  late of Tullydony  of the 2nd pt & the Rev James BIRCH of Dromora  in sd Co. & Rev Thomas CUMMY of Tullindorry in sd Co of 3rd pt reciting that the said Arabella BLACK is seized of & possessed of by virtue of  a deed of partition bearing date the 9th day of August  1780 that part of Skeagh then in possession of Samuel MAGOWEN & William LIMAN [ aka LEMON?] cont 14 acres  thereabout &  that part of Moygannon then in possession of John ANDREW, William ANDREW, Robert MOORE ? DONELLY & McCUPPAGE cont 10 acres or thereabouts that part of Drumbony then in possession of Wm HERON, Fraser HALL & Wm McMURRY cont 4 acres or thereabout & also those tenements in Town of Dromore then in possession of James WILSON, John CRAIGE & Terrance MAGUIRE and reciting that a marriage is shortly to be had between sd James JACKSON & Arabella BLACK... witness Rev Andrew CRAIG of Lisburn, Co Antrim, Dissenting Minister & ors.... NOTE: Rev. James Jackson BIRCH (1740-1820) was a grandson of James BIRCH (/-1727) and Mary JACKSON. A daughter of Rev. James Jackson BIRCH (1740-1820), Jane BIRCH married James BLACK (?-1828).

1788 Apr 29

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 396-490-262307. Alexander McCULLOCH of Rathgill, Co Down & wife Helen M’CULLOCH otherwise WHITE of 1st pt & James JACKSON of Newtownards Apothocary of the other pt…. tenement on south side of Greenwell St in Town of Newton

1789 Oct 30

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 407-282-271472. Gilbert JACKSON, Shoemaker of Newtownards, Co. Down of 1st part and Hugh BANN, farmer of Groomsport, Co. Down of 2nd part. Witnesses: James BANN, Farmer of Groomsport & Samuel MCCLEAN, farmer of Ballymagee, Co. Down. Alexander ARTHUR, Registrar at Belfast. Parcel of ground on n.side Francis St, Newtowards, in possession of Gilbert JACKSON, [21' 4" by 190 feet deep] from Gilbert JACKSON to Hugh BANN for £54 to hold unto High BANN forever with clause for redemption upon payment of £54 + 6% interest 1 Feb next.

1791 Mar 7

Newtown

Newtown Ards

Btw James JACKSON Newtownards Esq. of the one part & Adam BLACK of Drumwillan in said Co. Linen Draper of the other part. Whereby after reciting that the said James JACKSON in right of his wife Isabella BLACK orwise BLACK one of devisees named in the will of Joseph BLACK late of [?ullidoney]  Gent deceased became entitled to tenements with appurts in the land of Dromore in said Co. by virtue of a lease to Joseph BLACK made by the late Bishop of Dromore for a term of [?] nine years half of which were expired on the 29th day of September then last… James JACKSON transferred to Adam BLACK all the tenements houses yards Backsides and Gardens…situate in the town of Dromore Co. Down… Witnessed: John ALLEN of Newtown Apothocary…

1793 Mar 25

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 514-199-336024. Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Surgeon and Andrew JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Parish of Hollywood Gent both of Co Down of the 1 pt…. in consid of 1,550 pounds confirmed to [William FINNEY?}… demised a flour mill then a paper mill Dwelling House and Garden with mill race etc.. … as formerly granted by Alexander ORR to James JACKSON Arthur DARLEY & James KENLY in townland of Ballyclere Co Antrim… Witnessed by Mary JACKSON of Belfast

1793 Nov 2

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 474-452-302287. James JACKSON of Town of Newtownards, Co Down, Surgeon and Apothocary of one pt & Andrew JACKSON of said townland of Ballygrany in said Co of the other part… leased half of lands of Moygannon… including roads waterways and appurtenances…  in possession of John and Alexander MacCOMB and then  lately in the possession of Robert and Mary BLACK or their cottiers or undertenants and then in possession of James JACKSON his tenants and undertenants in Parish of Donoclony [aka Donaghcloney], Barony of Lower Iveagh,  Co Down WITNESSES: John ALLEN & Patrick KEARNY

1794 Jan 13

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 478-128-303352. James JACKSON of Newtownards, Co. Down, Surgeon & Arthur DARLEY of Belfast, Co. Antrim gent… for two bonds – one of 300 pounds and one of 100 pounds did sell to Edward Darley flour mills etc in townland of Ballyclare, Co. Antrim.

1794 Nov 11

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 488-171-310052. Btw Andrew JACKSON of the townland of Ballygranny [aka Ballygrainey], Co. Down, Gent of the 1 pt &  the Rev Robert JACKSON of the City of Londonderry of the other part whereby after reciting that James JACKSON of Newtown in Co. Down Surgeon & apothecary  in consid of 250 pounds  had granted in mortgage to the said Andrew JACKSON the premises… grant lease and confirm to said Robert BLACK in his actual possession by virtue of a sale made by said Andrew JACKSON for one whole year… assigned entire moiety of the lands of Moygannan together with full and Entire half … of said water courses thereunto belonging… was in possession of Joseph BLACK and afterwards  Robert and Margaret BLACK undertenants… NOTE: Moygannon, Parish Donaghclony.

1795 Oct 22

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 499-499-317317. Btw John JACKSON of Newtown, Co. Down, Innkeeper of the one pt & Hugh CLERY of the Town of Belturbet, Co. Cavan Merchant of the other… JACKSON assigned front shop on the North Side of Front Street in the town of Belfast with the back apartment behind the same and also the store or warehouse on the East side of the entry adjoining said front shop commonly called the Mussenen’s entry… WITNESS: Daniel Moore ECHLIN of City of Dublin Esq. Attorney.

1796 Feb 11

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 507-475-329293. Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Co Down Surgeon & Apothocary of the 1 pt & Henry FERGUSON of Castleweary Co Down  of the other. In consid of 100 pounds tenement lying on south side of Greenvill St  in Newtownards….

1797

Mar 17

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD; 506-230-329292. Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Co. Down Surgeon of the one part and James SAVAGE of Ballyliedy Co Down of the other… lease for a year, townland of Ballysallagh Major, Parish of Bangor, Co. Down cont 70 acres…

1797 Jul

Newtown

Newtown Ards

From Derek Beatties History of Newtownards: Newtownards Masonic Lodge 447.  Erected by his wife. Jackson, John an innkeeper - July 1797 - Taken from the Belfast Newsletter of 4th. August 1797 - "In Newtownards a few days ago, Mr. John Jackson of that place; it is sufficient to say he was a tender husband, a fond father, a sincere and affectionate friend, a good neighbour and a truly honest man."
3 of his children James, Victor and William
Jackson, Ann - 24th. October 1829 aged 70 [NOTE: b. abt 1759]- Wife to above John Jackson See probate of daughter Margaret: 11th. March 1836 aged 41

 

1800 Jun 7

Newtown

Newtown Ards

ROD: 555-259-371628. Btw Gilbert JACKSON of Newtownards, City of Down Shoemaker of 1 pt & William  BAILEY of same, Publican.. house in occupation of Thomas JACKSON on North side of Francis Street of Newtownards...

1829 Apr 6

Newtown

Newtown Ards

At Newtownards on the 6th inst, Mrs. Elizabeth JACKSON, relict of the late Gilbert JACKSON of Newtownards at the advanced age of 92 years. BNL Apr 14, 1829 Est DOB: 1737. NOTE: Gilbert JACKSON (?-aft 1800), son of Gilbert JACKSON (bef 1717-aft1740). He was a great-grandson of Gilbert JACKSON and Annas KELL. SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down

1829 Oct 24

Newtown

Newtown Ards

On Saturday last, in the 71st year of her age, Mrs. Jackson, of Antrim, late of Newtownards, much regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. BNL Oct 30 1829 Est DOB 1758. NOTE: Wife of John JACKSON d 1797. She was age 70, hence b abt 1759. She had run the inn-keeper business of her husband after his death.

1832 Apr 19

 

Newtown

Newtown Ards

on the 19th inst. MRS. JANE JACKSON, relict of Mr. Hugh Jackson of Newtownards, and formerly of Ballygraney near Holywood, aged 64 years BNL Apr 17 1832. Est DOB 1768.

1837 Sept 21

Newtown

Newtown Ards

Of fever in the 39th year of her age, Eliza Jackson of Moygannon, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Jackson of Newtownards. Her illness and death took place [when on a visit] at Mrs. Brushe’s of Annaskea Cottage, near Dundalk. BNL Oct 10, 1837. Est DOB 1799. NOTE: There are two Townlands of Moygannon, one in the parish of Kilbroney, and one in Donaghcloney.

1853 Jan 8

Newtown

Newtown Ards

At Newtownards, Ann Jackson aged 76 years. BNL Jan 24, 1853. Est DOB 1777.

1862 Mar 2

Newtown

Newtown Ards

Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the personal estate of John Jackson late of Mill-street Newtownards County Down Farmer deceased who died 2 March 1869 at same place were granted at Belfast to James M'Cormack of Bridge-street Newtownards aforesaid Labourer a Nephew and one of the Residuary Legatees. NOTE: Nephew James HALL; Niece Eliza LINDSAY, wife of Thomas LINDSAY; niece Alice BROWNLEE; niece Margaret CARLIN. John HALL son of late Nephew John HALL; sister Jane HALL. Parish of Newtownards which is in both Barony Castlereagh Lower as well as Barony of Ards Lower. NOTE: Mill Street is where Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723) had his tannery. His only surviving daughter then leased land in Newtownards to Gilbert JACKSON (1717- aft 1740) of Ballymascaw. This 2nd Gilbert had a son, James JACKSON of Ballymescaw.

1885 May 15

Newtown

Newtown Ards

The Will of Thomas Jackson late of Newtownards County Down Labourer who died 15 May 1885 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend William M’Ilwrath Presbyterian Minister and James Jackson Draper both of Newtownards the Executors. Effects 209 6s. NOTE: brother John JACKSON; sister Jane CRAWFORD otherwise JACKSON and brother James JACKSON of Newtownards. Sister Eliza JACKSON; sister Mary JACKSON … Presbyterian congregation. Parish of Newtownards which is in both Barony Castlereagh Lower as well as Barony of Ards Lower.

1924 Oct 31

Newtown

Newtown Ards

William: A spirit merchant of South Street - H
18th. December 1924 - Jackson William of South Street Newtownards county Down spirit merchant died 31 October 1924 at University Street Belfast Probate Belfast 18 December to Robert Irvine taxi proprietor and John Kennedy draper. Effects £5096.2s.3d.

NOTE: London Probate: Of South St. Newtownards, Co. Down. Probate to Robert IRVINE taxi proprietor & John KENNEDY, draper. Effects £693 15s NOTE: An earlier John JACKSON of Newtownards who died 1797 was an innkeeper.

 

Drumaran

Tullylish

 

1835 Jan 28

Drumaran

Tullylish

ROD: 1835-2-197,John STOTT of Grenville, CO. Down of 1st pt; Alexander JACKSON, of Gardiner’s Place in Co. Dublin Esq. Doctor of Medicine & his wife, Elizabeth JACKSON orse LAW of 2nd pt & Hugh LAW of Woodbank, Co. Down Esq. of 3rd pt… town and lands of Dromorin, Parish of Tullylish … immediately adjoining the mill race of the corn mill of Gilford….more description

 

 

 

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