Data:Jackson's in Chalkley, 1912-1913

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Source:Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia
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AaronVol 1:191746Page 50. 19 June 1746-- Aaron Jackson--above 14--chose Wm. Hutcheson his guardian.
AaronVol 2:41617551755--List of Robert Breckinridge, Sheriff: List of several persons including Aaron Jackson, not found
AaronVol 3:51746WB 1, page 15.--William Hutchison qualifies guardian of Aaron Jackson, orphan of Christopher Jackson, with surety Jno. Lewis, 19th June, 1746. Aaron chose his own guardian.
AlenVol 1:4911765Page 491.--Daniel Harrison's answer states that: Claims that orator (John Hopes/Hapes)is still in his debt. Account follows: Downes's fees--William Carrel, David Johnson, James Scott, John Dunbar, William Longin, Mathy Thomas, John Griffeth, John Megil. Adam Bracen Righ's book (boock)--Alen Sculps, Alen Jackson.
AlexanderVol 2:2361822Jackson vs. Jackson's representatives--O. S. 318; N. S. 114--Bill, 5th June, 1822, by William Jackson of Louisa County. See Analysis. Wills of Thomas and William Jackson.
AnnaVol 2:2361822Witness to William of Louisa County Will.
Asabel Sr.Vol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.Henry Jones, Person:Hannah Hancock (3) widow of Person:Abel Jackson (4). Heirs: Person:Jesse Jackson (51), Person:Abel Jackson (5), Person:Crawford Jackson (1) and Person:Hezekiah Jackson (5)


Asabel Jr.Vol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.Henry Jones, Person:Hannah Hancock (3) widow of Person:Abel Jackson (4). Heirs: Person:Jesse Jackson (51), Person:Abel Jackson (5), Person:Crawford Jackson (1) and Person:Hezekiah Jackson (5)


CatherineVol 2:2361822Jackson vs. Jackson's representatives--O. S. 318; N. S. 114--Bill, 5th June, 1822, by William Jackson of Louisa County. See William analysis page for details. See Thomas Jackson, husband of Catherine
CharlesVol 2:1901789 /1810Barrett vs. Divers--Orator is Peter Shackn. Barrett. In March, 1789, his uncle, James Barrett, died, testate, leaving whole estate to James Barret with remainder to orator in case James died under age, which happened. Orator came of age in 1805. William Dabney deposes, 24th October, 1810, in Richmond. Jasper Anderson, son of Richard Anderson, deposes, Richard's widow Mildred married Charles Jackson. Will of James Barrett of Albemarle. Nephew, James Barrett, son of John Barrett; nephew, James Barrett, son of Thomas Barrett; nephew, Peter Straucher Barrett, son of John Barrett; brothers, John and William Barrett. Dated 16th February, 1789. Proved in Albemarle, September, 1789. Mathew Anderson deposes, brother of Richard Anderson.
Charles244Vol 2:2361822Jackson vs. Jackson's representatives--O. S. 318; N. S. 114--Bill, 5th June, 1822, by William Jackson of Louisa County. See William analysis page for details. See Thomas Jackson, brother of Charles
ChristopherVol3:51746WB 1, page 15.--William Hutchison qualifies guardian of Aaron Jackson, orphan of Christopher Jackson, with surety Jno. Lewis, 19th June, 1746. Aaron chose his own guardian.
CrawfordVol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.Henry Jones, Person:Hannah Hancock (3) widow of Person:Abel Jackson (4). Heirs: Person:Jesse Jackson (51), Person:Abel Jackson (5), Person:Crawford Jackson (1) and Person:Hezekiah Jackson (5)


DavidVol 2:28017861786--March 14, David Coruthers (Caruthers) and Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of David Jackson.
DavidVol 2:4291781Tithables, 1781; William McPheeters's List: Long list of persons including David Jackson
DavidVol 3:224.1803 Page 311.--6th March, 1803. David Jackson's will--To wife, Margaret; to son, John; son, Samuel; daughter, Margaret; daughter, Elizabeth Corothers; daughter, Jane Phillips; son, David; son, Thomas. Executors, sons David Carothers, John Jackson. Teste: William Bell, William and Joseph Wilson. Proved, 28th November, 1803, and executors qualify.Person:David Jackson (38)
EdwardVol 2:54Memorandum of William Morris's Representatives & absent defendants viz: William, Richard, Nancy, John, Margaret, Elizabeth, Ann, Benjamin Morris, Robert Morris, affd Guardian. O. Pub. as to James, John, Benjamin Morris, William Elliott & Isabella and Edward Jackson & Jane.
EdwardVol 2:150 George W. Morris vs. Morris' heirs--O. S. 180; N. S. 64--In spring of 1805 orator's father, Richard Morris, died, owning land on Jackson's River, without devising it, and leaving heirs and children, viz: Orator, James, John, William, Isabella (married to William Elliott), Edward, Frances (married to Archibald Armstrong), Robert, Archibald, Benjamin. William has since died, leaving widow Jean and Children, viz: Jean (married to Edward Jackson and now living in Ohio). . . See Augusta, Virginia Court Record for Morris vs Morris, 1805
EdwardVol 2:196180?Morris vs. Morris' administrator--O. S. 256; N. S. 90--Bill, 1811. Richard Morris of Bath died about 180_, intestate, leaving widow and ten children (besides orator John Morris), viz: Widow Jane, two sons, Edward and William, and widow, qualified administrators. William is dead, testate. Jane answers: Her daughter, Frances Armstrong, wife of Archibald (?); her daughter, Isabella Elliott (wife of William Elliott). Richard's heirs are, viz: James, John, William (dead), Edward, Isabella, wife of W. Elliott (out of State); Archibald Armstrong and Frances, Robert, Archibald and Benjamin Morris, Edward Jackson and Jean, late Morris, widow of W. Morris (in Ohio); William, Richard, Nancy, Ned, Margaret, Elizabeth, Ann and Benj. Morris, infants of Wm. Morris. . . See Augusta, Virginia Court Record for Morris vs Morris, 1805
EdwardVol 2:2371795Edward Jackson, surveyor of Randolph County, presented a bill for surveying in 1795 or 1796. . . pass
ElizabethVol 2:1311799Clemmons vs. Jackson--O. S. 158; N. S. 56--Bill, 13th October, 1808, Harrison. Deed dated 11th November, 1799, by George Jackson and Elizabeth, his wife, of Harrison County, to John Clemmons, of Harrison, conveys a tract on Lost Creek. Recorded in Harrison County, December, 1799. (George Jackson was member of Congress.)
ElizabethVol 2:2801786Marriage: 1786--March 14, David Coruthers (Caruthers) and Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of David Jackson.
ElizabethVol 2:2841785Marriage: 1785--May 17, John Toeme and Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Peter Jackson; surety, John Waddle; witnesses, Thomas Brown, Saml. Blackley.
ElizabethVol 2:3461786Marriage: 1786, March 18th--By Rev. Archibald Scott: David Caruthers and Elizabeth Jackson
ElizabethVol 3:4921769Page 109.--Elizabeth Unknown, wife of Francis Jackson. See Francis below.
FrancisVol 1:1231765 Page 512.--24 Aug 1765. William Dean vs. Francis Jackson } Defendant pleads gambling consideration and cause dismissed.
FrancisVol 2:456, 4571767Page 445.--1767-68:Processioned by John McCreery, Jno. Montgomery, viz: From Widow Thompson's to John Kinkead's on Cowpasture, and from Wallace Estill's to mouth of Bullpasture, viz: For Joseph Maze, for Henry
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Guy, for Charles Lewis, for Benj. Lewis, for Thos. Feemster, for Jno. Montgomery, for Wm. Black, for Francis Jackson, for John Kinkead, for Widow Thompson, for Andrew Donnelly, for John Lewis, for John McCreerey, for Robert McCreerey, for William Jackson, for James Knox, for Thomas Niell. On Bullpasture, viz: For Wallace Estill, for Robert Carlile, for Bond Estill, for John Carlile, for Robt. Graham, for James Bratchey, for Thomas Hicklin, for Saml. Givens.
FrancisVol 3:871764Page 366.--11th October, 1764. William Fitzjarrell's estate appraised,by James McCoy, Thos. Gillespey, Chas. Donnally. Vendue bill recorded 21st November, 1764; to Jno. McCaslin, Thos. Spencer, Geo. Lewis, Francis Jackson; to Timothy Sullivan.
FrancisVol 3:991766Page 14.--9th September, 1766. Valentine Giles' estate appraised by Jonas Friend, Geo. Dise, Michl. Mallow: Due by Geo. Teter, Francis Jackson, Henry Peskels, Moses Elsworth, Youst Hinkele.
FrancisVol 3:1191771Page 421.--21st August, 1771. A general account of debts paid due from the estate of Wm. Fitzjeral, deceased, by John McCaslin, administrator. 1776, August, to Edward Simpson for his son. Credit by the sale bill, viz: To Thomas Spencer, Francis Jackson, Timothy Sulivan, Edward Thompson.
FrancisVol 3:4271765Page 82.--16th August, 1765. James Knox and Jane to Robert Knox. £20, 100 acres on Cowpasture; corner to land in possession of said James. Teste: Wm. Black, Francis Jackson, Wm. Jackson. Delivered: Robert Knox, August, 1765.
FrancisVol 3:4631767Page 148.--14th May, 1767. William Stewart and Margaret ( ) to James Bodkin, £27, 105 acres on the Cowpasture; corner land in possession of James Clemons. Teste: John Carlile, Hugh Hicklin, Francis Jackson, William Black. Delivered by James Bodkin, order 7th March, 1793.
FrancisVol 3:4921769Page 109.--18th October, 1769. Francis Jackson and Elizabeth ( ) to William Renick, £42, 170 acres on cowpasture; corner land in possession of William Jackson, opposite to land in possession of Alexander Black. Teste: William Mathews, J. Murray, Pat. Lockhart, Arthur Campbell. Delivered: William Renix, August Court, 1776.


GeorgeVol 1:1971778Page 291. 19 Mar 1778--George Jackson--appointed Constable.Person:George Jackson (90)
GeorgeVol 1:2001778Page 342. 18 Aug 1778-- George Jackson qualified Constable.Person:George Jackson (90)
GeorgeVol 2:771803John G. Jackson was son of Col. George Jackson, who was a member of Congress. (see Vol 2, 131 above.)
GeorgeVol 2:1161798 Jackson vs. Clemens--O. S. 119; N. S. 41--Deed 29th November, 1798, John B. Armstead of Loudoun County to George Jackson of Harrison County, tract on Lost Creek in Harrison County. Recorded in Harrison 17th December, 1798.Person:George Jackson (90)
GeorgeVol 2:1311799Clemmons vs. Jackson--O. S. 158; N. S. 56--Bill, 13th October, 1808, Harrison. Deed dated 11th November, 1799, by George Jackson and Elizabeth, his wife, of Harrison County, to John Clemmons, of Harrison, conveys a tract on Lost Creek. Recorded in Harrison County, December, 1799. (George Jackson was member of Congress.)Person:George Jackson (90)
GeorgeVol 2:2591813David Hall vs. Kee's executors--O. S. 387; N. S. 141--Bill, 1820. . . The latter tracts were bought from Col. Geo. Jackson,(in 1813)now of Ohio. Person:George Jackson (90)
HannahVol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.Henry Jones, Person:Hannah Hancock (3) widow of Person:Abel Jackson (4). Heirs: Person:Jesse Jackson (51), Person:Abel Jackson (5), Person:Crawford Jackson (1) and Person:Hezekiah Jackson (5)


HezekiahVol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.Henry Jones, Person:Hannah Hancock (3) widow of Person:Abel Jackson (4). Heirs: Person:Jesse Jackson (51), Person:Abel Jackson (5), Person:Crawford Jackson (1) and Person:Hezekiah Jackson (5)


JamesVol 1:96.1762 Page 176.--James Burnsides vs. James and John Jackson--John Jordan security.
JamesVol 1:1091763Page 306. 24 Sep 1763-- Bowyer and McDowell vs. James Jackson.--Abates by death of defendant.
JamesVol 1:1501768Page 309. 24 May 1768 Thomas Bowyer qualifies administrator of James Jackson.
JamesVol 1:3231758Page n/g. March 1748--Samuel Hamilton vs. James Jackson and Mary.
JamesVol 1:528pass
James>Vol 2:141752Page 411.--20th November, 1752. Anne Wright's bond as administratrix of Thomas Wright, with surety John Jackson, James Jackson.
JamesVol 2:3631795Marriage: by John Walker.--1795, July 24th, James Jackson and Han. Shaw
JamesVol 3:241752Page 411.--20th November, 1752. Anne Wright's bond as administratrix of Thomas Wright, with surety John Jackson, James Jackson. (typo on orig says pg 14 but really refers to pg 24.)
JamesVol 3:1041768WB 4:Page 127.--21st May, 1768. Thomas Bowyer's bond (with John Madison) as administrator of James Jackson.
JamesVol 3:3491755DB 7:Page 489.--16th March, 1755. Thomas Watterson and Mary ( ) to James McConell, £10, 100 acres, part of a large tract. Teste: John Seawright, Robert Curry, Robert Brown, James Jackson, Samuel Black***, Mary Jackson. Delivered: James McConald, May, 1759.
JaneVol 1:701755Order Book V. 25 Nov 1755--Jane Bourland, late Jane Jackson.
JaneVol 1:3091753County Court Judgements: Aug 1753--John Harland vs. Bourland.--John Bourland and Jane, his wife, late Jane Jackson, administratrix of William Jackson, deceased.
JaneVol 1:3101754County Court Judgements: May 1754--Bourland vs. Pullin.--Archibald Bourland and Jane, his wife, late Jane Jackson.
JaneVol 1:3161756County Court Judgements: Aug 1756--Merlin vs. Borland.--Jacob Merlin complains of Archibald Bourland and Jane, his wife, late Jane Jackson, administrator of Wm. Jackson, deceased.
JaneVol 2:54Memorandum of William Morris's Representatives & absent defendants viz: William, Richard, Nancy, John, Margaret, Elizabeth, Ann, Benjamin Morris, Robert Morris, affd Guardian. O. Pub. as to James, John, Benjamin Morris, William Elliott & Isabella and Edward Jackson & Jane.(Jean, widow of Wm. Morris.)


JaneVol 2:3221796Marriage: 1796--July 19, Jacob Waddell and Jacob Bumgarner, surety. Jacob Waddell and Jane Jackson, of age.
JaneVol 3:211751Page 341.--28th May, 1751. Jane Jackson's bond as administratrix of Wm Jackson, with sureties John Dickinson, George Wilson.
JaneVol 3:261752Page 452.--14th November, 1752. Nathan Patterson's appraisement by Andrew Steel, Saml. McCutchon, Thos. Kirkpatrick, James Clark. Due by Robert Plesent, Jane Jackson, Geo. Wilson, and James Mease.
JeanVol 2:150n/gGeorge W. Morris vs. Morris' heirs--O. S. 180; N. S. 64--In spring of 1805 orator's father, Richard Morris, died, owning land on Jackson's River, without devising it, and leaving heirs and children, viz: Orator, James, John, William, Isabella (married to William Elliott), Edward, Frances (married to Archibald Armstrong), Robert, Archibald, Benjamin. William has since died, leaving widow Jean and Children, viz: Jean (married to Edward Jackson and now living in Ohio). . .
JeanVol 2:196180?Morris vs. Morris' administrator--O. S. 256; N. S. 90--Bill, 1811. Richard Morris of Bath died about 180_, intestate, leaving widow and ten children (besides orator John Morris), viz: Widow Jane, two sons, Edward and William, and widow, qualified administrators. William is dead, testate. Jane answers: Her daughter, Frances Armstrong, wife of Archibald (?); her daughter, Isabella Elliott (wife of William Elliott). Richard's heirs are, viz: James, John, William (dead), Edward, Isabella, wife of W. Elliott (out of State); Archibald Armstrong and Frances, Robert, Archibald and Benjamin Morris, Edward Jackson and Jean, late Morris, widow of W. Morris (in Ohio); William, Richard, Nancy, Ned, Margaret, Elizabeth, Ann and Benj. Morris, infants of Wm. Morris.
JesseVol 1:3351763County Court Judgements: Feb 1763-- Givens vs. Frame.--Signatures: James Anderson and Jesse Jackson, David Frame and John Botkin.
JesseVol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.
JesseVol 2:1411811Jackson vs. Jones--O. S. 171; N. S. 60--Spa. to Bath County, October, 1811. to summon Henry Jones to answer Hannah Jackson, widow of Asabel Jackson, deceased. Jesse, Asabel, Crawford and Hezekiah Jackson, heirs and representatives of said Asabel.Henry Jones, Person:Hannah Hancock (3) widow of Person:Abel Jackson (4). Heirs: Person:Jesse Jackson (51), Person:Abel Jackson (5), Person:Crawford Jackson (1) and Person:Hezekiah Jackson (5)
JesseVol 2:4211774Supernumeraries collected by John Smith for 1774: Long list of persons including Jesse Jackson,
JesseVol 3:4531767DB 13:Page 320.--27th April, 1767. Jesse ( ) Jackson to George Anderson, £5.10, horses.
JohnVol 1:961762Order Book #2. Feb 23, 1762--Givens vs. Frame.--Signatures: James Anderson and Jesse Jackson, David Frame and John Botkin.
JohnVol 1:1101763Order Book #8, pg 337. Nov 16, 1763--Will of John Jackson proved by two witnesses and ordered to be certified.
JohnVol 1:1461768Order Book #11, pg 507. Mar 17, 1768--John Jackson appointed guardian to Jane Claypole, orphan of William Claypole.
JohnVol 1:219see Dr. John below
JohnVol 1:2921799Order Book #14, pg 469. Feb 19, 1799--John Jackson, orphan of John Jackson, chose Alex. Reed his guardian.
JohnVol 1:3251763County Court Judgements, Vol 1. Apr 1783--Jordan vs. Jackson.--John Jackson, at Connoway.
JohnVol 1:390see Dr. John below
JohnVol 1:4291765Loose papers. Aug 1765--John Jackson petitioned for a road to be built.
JohnVol 1:4421774John, along with many others, signed a petition to the court.
JohnVol 1:4891765May, 1765--John signed a petition for a new road.
JohnVol 2:141752Page 411.--20th November, 1752. Anne Wright's bond as administratrix of Thomas Wright, with surety John Jackson, James Jackson.
JohnVol 2:171-2 this is for John, father of Geo of Harrison, will get info later.
JohnVol 2:2361783Jackson vs. Jackson's representatives--O. S. 318; N. S. 114--Bill, 5th June, 1822, by William Jackson of Louisa County. John witnessed Will in Louisa Co. Virginia. See Analysis. Wills of Thomas and William Jackson
JohnVol 2:387179919th February, 1799--Alex. Reed, guardian of John, orphan of Jno. Jackson.
JohnVol 2:390178115th May, 1781--John Jackson, administrator of Archd. Laughlen
JohnVol 2:410See Dr. John
JohnVol 2:4291781Tithables, 1781; William McPheeters's List: Long list of persons including John Jackson
JohnVol 2:4431756 Page 172.--1756: Processioned by Lofty Pullan and Richard Botkin, on Cowpasture and Bullpasture, viz: For Thomas Feemster, present Alex Black; for John Jackson; for Alex. Black, present James Knox; for Wallis Estill; for George Lewis; for Richard Boatkin, present Adam Jurden; for John McCreery.
JohnVol 2:453pass
JohnVol 3:241752Page 411.--20th November, 1752. Anne Wright's bond as administratrix of Thomas Wright, with surety John Jackson, James Jackson. (typo on orig says pg 14 but really refers to pg 24.)
JohnVol 3:1031768WB 4:Page 95.--17th March, 1768. John Jackson's (mark) bond (with Isaac Robinson) as guardian to Jane Claypole, orphan of Wm. Claypole. (see Martha Vol 1:92.)John Jackson - (Note: John Jackson married Martha (Dunbar), widow of William Claypool).
JohnVol 3:224.1803 Page 311.--6th March, 1803. David Jackson's will--To wife, Margaret; to son, John; son, Samuel; daughter, Margaret; daughter, Elizabeth Corothers; daughter, Jane Phillips; son, David; son, Thomas. Executors, sons David Carothers, John Jackson. Teste: William Bell, William and Joseph Wilson. Proved, 28th November, 1803, and executors qualify.son of person:David Jackson (38)
JohnVol 3:2381807Page 53.--12th June, 1807. James Willson's will--To sons, William and Joseph; son, George; daughters, Joanna Hogshead, Mary Erwin, Peggy Trimble; daughter, Olive McFaul. Executors, son Joseph and son-in-law Jas Hogshead. Teste: Wm. Bell, Samuel Jackson, John Jackson. Proved, 23d September, 1811. Executors qualify.
JohnVol 3:4741768DB 15:Page 52.--22d June, 1768. Zechoriah McKay (and Lydia), Moses McKay (and Mary), Robert and James McKay, of Frederick County, to John Lincon (Linkhorn), £250, 600 acres on Linvel's Creek, part of 1,200 acres patented to McKay, Green and Hite, 26th March, 1739, and by them conveyed to Robert McKay, 20th June, 1746. and by Robert devised to grantors here; corner Tunis Vanpeet's land; Boman's line. Teste: Michael Waren, John ( ) Jackson. Delivered: John Linkhorn, December, 1768.
JohnVol 3:5371774DB 20:Page 178.--15th March, 1774. John Jackson and Martha ( ) to John Hunter, on a branch of North River of Shanando, called Vails Spring, joining lands of Borden and Shoemaker, patented to said John Jackson, 16th February, 1771.John Jackson
JohnVol 3:5431771DB 21:Page 164.--215 acres on Cedar Run. a branch of the North Branch below James Thomas' land patented to John Jackson, 16th March, 1771. George Shoemaker's line. Teste: John Thomas. John Jackson - (Note: ties to record above on North Branch adjoining Shoemaker).
JohnVol 3:56617??Page 492.--Tract devised by John Jackson to his son William.
JohnVol 3:590See Dr. John below.
John G.Vol 2:771803John G. Jackson of Harrison County vs. Frances E. Triplett--O. S. 39; N. S. 13--Bill 7th July, 1803. Breach of promise of marriage. Mary Triplett was sister-in-law of Frances. Judgment rendered in Monogalia District Court. Frances went to Kentucky shortly after May, 1799. John G. Jackson was son of Col. George Jackson, who was a member of Congress.Person:John Jackson (306) and Person:George Jackson (90)


Dr. JohnVol 1:2191781Order Book #17, pg 328. May 15, 1781--Admn. of estate of Archd. Loughlin, decd., granted to Dr. John Jackson.</br>
Dr. JohnVol 1:3901787James Sproul vs. William and Mary Hunter.--22d November, 1787. Dr. John Jackson lives in Pennsylvania.
Dr. JohnVol 2:4101783paid some kind of fee. page 29, . . . Dr.John Jackson, Pennsylvania
Dr. JohnVol 3:1441776WB5:Page 486.--17th August, 1776. Doctor William McClenachan's estate appraised by Thomas Smith. John Abney, Alex. Gibson. Above valued by Doctor John Jackson 20th February, 1776.
Dr. John JacksonVol 3:5901786DB26:Page 454.--12th June, 1786. Doctor John Jackson, of Washington County, Maryland, to Cap. John and David Cunningham, power of attorney to settle all claims and demands in Augusta County. Teste: James Ewing, Lettice Cunningham.
Dr. JacksonVol 3:5631780Page 288.--1st May, 1780. David Keer to William Gilkison, of Frederick County, part of tract that Andrew Cowan formerly lived on in Beverley Manor, Dr. Jackson's line.


JosiahVol 2:1331804Sexton vs Steere--O. S. 161; N. S. 57--Bill, June, 1804. Complainants are, viz: Meshack Sexton and Hannah Sexton, late of Frederick County, who were married April, 1768, with consent of Joseph Steere, father of Hannah. Josiah Jackson had also married Ruth, another daughter of Joseph; some time afterwards Isaac Perkins married Mary the other daughter of Joseph, who were all the daughters of Joseph living. Joseph gave Hannah 153-1/2 acres on Back Creek; Joseph had only two sons, viz: Joseph and Isaac. Joseph made a will when 84 years old, and when childish, on 15th January, 1793. Bill to set aside the will and also a deed by Joseph, Sr., to Joseph, Jr. Grace widow of Joseph, Sr., died June, 1794. Joseph, Sr., died April, 1795. Defendants are, viz: Joseph Steere, Jr., and Grace, his wife; Isaac Steer and Phebe his wife; Ruth Jackson; Isaac Parkins and Mary, his wife; James Steer and Abigail, his wife. Joseph Steer's answer in Pittsburg. Abigail is a child of Joseph, Sr's., wife by a former husband. Answer by Grace, wife of Joseph Steer, in Jefferson County, Ohio. (She is a Quaker.) Isaac Steer is a Quaker.
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