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MargaretVol 2:31717961796--October 18, John Evans (widower) and John Evans, Jr., surety [for marriage of] John Evans (widower) and Margaret Jackson, widow.
MargaretVol 2:356Marriage: By Rev. John McCue: October 20th, John Evans and Margaret Jackson
Margaret (Peggy)Vol 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.wife of Person:David Jackson (38),
Daughter of Person:David Jackson (38)
Margaret (Peggy)Vol 3:2451810Page 164.--25th May, 1810. David Caruthers' will - Margaret is a witness but doesn't show on the rootsweb transcription. (a)
MarthaVol 1:921761Order Book pg 60. Aug 19, 1761--Martha Jackson produced an account of her administration of her late husband, William Claypole's, estate. (Elsewhere her name was Mary.) Same book, pg 61, same date--Danl. Harrison appd. and quald. guardian to Jane Claypole, infant orphan of Wm. Claypole.
MarthaVol 2:4011761page 81, Martha of Hampshire paid some kind of fee: Mary Cunningham, Hamp.; Rob.Cunningham, Hamp.; Martha Jackson, Hamp.;
MarthaVol 3:537see John Vol 3:537
MaryVol 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.


Mary L.Vol 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.
MaryVol 3:661761WB3:Page 79.--19th August, 1761. Mary Jackson's (late Mary Claypole)settlement of estate of William Claypole recorded--To Jno. Wright, Francis McBride, Jno. Dunbar, Jno. and Jos. Claypole, Mr. Johns, Evan Thomas. Sale bill, viz: To Robert Williams, Jersmons Peir, Arthur Trader, Moses Samples, John Douglass, Jno. Arshers, James Cohoon, Dennis Henry, Wm. Cimsey, Andw. Sedusky, Rees Thomas, Henry Harvey.
MaryVol 3:127pass
MaryVol 3:349 See James Vol 3:349


MildredVol 2:190Mildred is mentioned in court case as Mildred, widow of Richard Anderson, married Charles Jackson. "Barrett 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."
MosesVol 1:2741793Order Book #22, pgs 343-344. Oct 15, 1793--Moses Jackson appointed guardian for Catherine Walter.
MosesVol 2:30817931793--October 15, Charles Bruce and Moses Jackson, surety. Charles Bruce and Catherine Watton.
MosesVol 2:4271797Insolvents and Delinquents, 1797: Long list of persons including Moses Jackson, to Kentucky
NancyVol 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.


NancyVol 2:337, 33818011801--January 3, Alex. Connelly and John Walker, surety. Alex. Connelly and Nancy Jackson, daughter of _____ Jackson, deceased. John Walker swears that Nancy Jackson has lived with him for eight years and when he engaged her, her mother told him she was fourteen.
PeterVol 2:28417851785--May 17, Marriage:John Toeme and Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Peter Jackson; surety, John Waddle; witnesses, Thomas Brown, Saml. Blackley.
PriscillaVol 2:31791Circuit Court Judgements - April 1791. Commonwealth vs. Priscilla Jackson--Examining court in Rockbridge, 1791. Margaret Wilson, one of the committee to examine Priscilla. Mary Jenkins and Elizabeth Toney, witnesses. Witnesses: John Toney, Job Flatcher, and Christian Flatcher, wife of Robert Flatcher.
PriscillaVol 2:266District Court,Rockbridge 1789-1793. --Page 176--Priscilla Jackson of Rockbridge acquitted of infanticide; she threw her child into a pond of water.
RobertVol 1:1131764Order Book #8, pg 456. Mar 26, 1764--Robert Jackson vs. Wm. Tutt.--Abates by death of plaintiff.
RobertVol 1:4331749Feb 12, 1749 --Invoice for various Weights and measures of Augusta County from Fredericksburg. (Janie: It is unclear if Robert lived in Fredericksburg or just delivered them from there to Augusta County and was reimbursed.)
RobertVol 1:4521765MAY, 1765 (A)--Jackson's Executors vs. Armstrong.--William Armstrong, Andrew McCoard's bond to Robert Jackson, in Frederick, 4th November, 1747. Test. Richard Savage, George Washington.
RobertVol 2:3981754Page 3, Robert Jackson, Merchant (pd some kind of fee.)
RobertVol 2:4011762page 43, Robert Jackson, Fredericksburg (pd some kind of fee.)
RobertVol 2:452can't find reference to Robert on this page.
RobertVol 3:41pass
Robert S.Vol 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.
RuthVol 2:1331804 See Josiah Jackson
SamuelVol 2:32617971797--January 16, Saml. Jackson and Wm. Sterritt, surety. Saml. Jackson and Margaret Hall, daughter of Wm. Hall, deceased. Consent by Fanny Allison, mother of Margaret Hall. Teste: Isabella Sterrett, Wm. Sterrett.
SamuelVol 2:35517971797, January 24th--[Married] By Rev. Archd. Scott: Samuel Jackson and Margaret Hall.
SamuelVol 3:73,741758Page 203.--17th February, 1758. Colonel James Patton's estate; appraised by Thomas Stewart, John Ramsey, Edward Hall. List of bonds, bills, &c., due the estate: (follows is a long list of bond due including two from) Samuel Jackson, 27th September,1752, and Samuel Jackson, 25th September, 1753
SamuelVol 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)
SamuelVol 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.
SamuelVol 3:2451810WB12:Page 164.--25th May, 1810. David Caruthers' will--To wife, Elizabeth; sons, James and John; oldest daughter, Jean; daughters. Executors, wife, Samuel Jackson. Proved, 27th May, 1816. Best refuses to qualify. Others qualify.
SarahVol 1:3231805not in rootsweb transcription; ancestry.com says this is record of Sarah's marriage 28 Mar 1805 but doesn't give the groom's name.
Susan JaneVol 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.
SusannaVol 2:2361822Jackson vs. Jackson's representatives--O. S. 318; N. S. 114--Bill, 5th June, 1822, by William Jackson of Louisa County. Widow of William Jackson. See Analysis. Wills of Thomas and William Jackson.
Rev. ThomasVol 1:1711773Page 171.--18 Mar 1773 (98) Appraisers appointed of estate of Rev. Thomas Jackson.
Rev. ThomasVol 1:481-4821790 Pgs 481-2.--Dec 1790 Inquisition from Escheator of Rockingham. This indenture of an inquisition taken and made in pursuance of an Act, entitled an Act concerning Escheators at the Court House of Rockingham County, on Tuesday, the 26th day of July, in the year of our Lord, 1796, of and concerning a certain piece, etc., of land commonly known and called by the name of the late Rev. Thomas Jackson, deceased, containing 230 acres, etc., in Rockingham County, on the waters of Linwell's Creek and Muddy Creek, which was first granted by patent, dated 27th June, 1764, to William Sample and by him conveyed to said Thomas Jackson by deeds, 15th May, 1770. Between Mathew Gambill, Escheator, and James Curry, William Herring, Benjamin Harrison,John Rice, Reuben Harrison, John Herdman, George Baxter, Richard Ragan, Samuel McWilliams, Jonathan Shipman, Benjamin Smith, James Burgess,George Sittes, Thomas Shanklin, John Lincoln. William Cravens, jurors,who, etc., do say that the aforesaid Thomas Jackson was, in his lifetime, and the time of his death, seized, etc., of the aforesaid tract, etc. That he died intestate and no person has claimed the land either as lineal or collateral heir and it is escheatable. Signed by all the jurors.
Rev. ThomasVol 2:45APRIL, 1798 (A to K). Dunlop vs. Commonwealth--Indenture of Inquisition by the Escheator of Rockingham, 26th July, 1796, concerning a tract commonly known and called by the name of the late Rev. Thos. Jackson; 230 acres on Linvell's Creek and Muddy Creek, first patent 27th June, 1764, to Wm. Sample and by him to Thomas Jackson, 15th May, 1770.
Rev. ThomasVol 3:1321773Page 164.--2d August, 1773. Rev. Thomas Jackson's estate appraised by James Bruster, David Laird, Archibald Huston.
Rev. ThomasVol 3:4981770Page 304.--16th May, 1770. William Samples and Sarah ( ) to the Rev. Thomas Jackson, £75, 230 acres patented to William, 27th June, 1764, on drafts of Linvell's and Muddy Creek. Delivered: Thomas Jackson, 29th December, 1770.


Thomas139Vol 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 s/o William; husband of Catherine; lived in Augusta.)
Thomas T.239Vol 2:8361822Jackson 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.
Thomas Sr.243Vol 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. (Thomas Sr. lived in Louisa Co.)
ThomasVol 3:1291773Page 89.--18th May, 1773. Thomas Lewis and Daniel Smith's bond (with Gabriel Jones) as administrator of Thomas Jackson, Clerk.
Thomas Sr243Vol 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.
ThomasVol 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). (This cannot be the Rev. Thomas Jackson.)
ThomasVol 3:239, 2401812WB 11:Page 182.--25th October, 1812. James Mateer's will--To wife, Jane McTeer; to four children, William McTeer. Mitchel McTeer, Eliza McTeer,

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Isabella McTeer; brother, William. Executors, wife Jane, Thos. Mitchell, Jr.; Daniel Henderson. Teste: Thos. Jackson, Robt. Doake, Dorcas M. Doake, Nancy Doake. Proved, December Court, 1812. Jane and Thomas qualify.
Thomas T239Vol 2:8361822Jackson 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.


WilliamVol 1:411750August 28, 1750.--Page 415. James McNeal, Wm. Overall, Josiah Parent, Ephraim Leath, Abraham Ciler, Benjamin Gugar, Steven Philips, John Hawkins, Wm. Jackson, Thomas Dodson, John Little, Bernard Agen, Henry Netherton, Richard Waters, George Leath, John Davis, Robert Boyd, added to list of tithables.
WilliamVol 1:2121780February 15, 1780.--Page 183. Following allowed certificates for land for military services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Lofftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, in Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, 1758. [pers note; prob 50A]
WilliamVol 1:3091753 August 1753.--John Harland vs. Bourland.--John Bourland and Jane, his wife, late Jane Jackson, administratrix of William Jackson, deceased.
WilliamVol 1:3161756 August 1756.--Merlin vs. Borland.--Jacob Merlin complains of Archibald Bourland and Jane, his wife, late Jane Jackson, administrator of Wm. Jackson, deceased.
WilliamVol 2:1501772 Oct 1805, O. S. 180; N. S. 64--In spring of 1805 orator's father, Richard Morris, died. . .Patent by Dunmore to Richard Morris, 1772, 110 acres in Botetourt joining William Jackson. . . Bond 6th October, 1788, by James Risk of Rockbridge to Richard Morris, warrants a tract at mouth of Cedar Creek and Jackson River, formerly belonging to Wm. McCutchan and James Risk, whose heir-at-law James Risk is. Deed 7th November, 1772, by William Jackson of Orange County, No. Ca., to Richard Morris of Botetourt, tract on Jackson's River in Botetourt, formerly Augusta, on Jackson's River. Recorded in Botetourt, 10th November, 1772.
WilliamVol 2:1841766Lowman vs. Neill--O. S. 237; N. S. 83--Deed 3d August, 1766, by Fairfax to William Jackson of Frederick County. Lot No. 4 on Sleepy Creek by survey by Guy Broadwater, 135 acres.
William Sr.240Vol 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. (Janie:William Sr. lived in Louisa Co.)
William S.238Vol 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 heirs of William pg 236.
William Jr.246Vol 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 heirs of William pg 236. land adjoining Chas. Jackson, Joel Walton, William Baker. (Janie:Augusta or Louisa?? prob Louisa.)


WilliamVol 2:28217851785--March 26, Wm. Jackson and Margaret Boyles, daughter of Thomas Boyles; surety, Benj. Yardley.
WilliamVol 2:4141748Delinquent:1748 Wm. Jackson, not found
WilliamVol 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.
WilliamVol 3:211751Page 341.--28th May, 1751. Jane Jackson's bond as administratrix of Wm Jackson, with sureties John Dickinson, George Wilson.
WilliamVol 3:281751Page 493.--11th June, 1751. William Jackson's appraisement by Ralph Laverty, George Wilson, Archibald Elliott. Note of James Ewin, Charles Whitacre, Lofftus Poland. Cash recovered by James Lockridge; cash recovered by Adam Dickinson; by John Ward; by Robert Armstrong; by Thomas Thompson.
WilliamVol 3:321754Page 8.--28th February, 1754. Thos. and Andrew Lewis, 200 acres of land joining Harcklas Wilson on the cow pasture and two 200 surveys near John Shaw's land, two 200 acres joining Lewis' line near head of Bull Pasture, and two 200 surveys near foot of mountain, north side of Bull pasture not far from Bodkin's land, and 200 acres joining George Wilson, and a survey of the Reed Hole and towards Hicklin's land, and 200 acres at a small meadow between the Warm Springs and Jackson's land, and 200 acres about 5 miles from the Warm Springs near the path from said Spring to Harden's land on the mountain, and one survey on Cedar Run near a survey made on said Run, and 200 acres in the Calf Pasture joining the west and north lines of Samuel Gay, and 200 acres on a ridge near Dunlap's old place where Meek made some improvements. Robert McClenachan.
WilliamVol 3:371754Page 82.--21st November, 1754. Archibald Boreland's accounts as administrator, vs. estate of Wm. Jackson--Paid Andrew Dunlap, John Harden,Robt. Duffels, Archd. Elliot, Wm. Davis, Alex. Wright, Alex. McAllroy,Michl. Harper, Jno. Carolile, Samuel McAlvery, Jno. Graham, Joseph Mays,Samuel Ferguson, Wm. Elliott, Stephen Wilson, Alex. Gillespy, Naphtalin Gregory, Jno. Warwick, John Crockett, Charles Dunlap, Geo. Lewis, Thos. Bryan, Nathan Patterson, James Boreland, Wm. Hamilton, James Brown,James Lockridge, John Williamson, David Stanley; cash paid James Armstrong; 7 gallons whiskey for 2d vendue; to Jinney Boreland's account proved.
WilliamVol 3:3261754Page 321.-- 18th May, 1754. Adam Dickinson to John Bird, £25. 215 acres, part of above patent; corner Wm. Jackson. Delivered to John Dean June, 1765.
WilliamVol 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: RobertKnox, August, 1765.
WilliamVol 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.
WilliamVol 3:527- 5281772 DB 19, Page 106.--10th November, 1772. William Jackson, of Orange County,North Carolina, to Robert Hall. Patent to William Jackson, deceased, 1st June, 1750, on Jackson's River, and conveyed by his son and heir, William Jackson, aforesaid. Teste: George Rutledge, Charles ( ) Hay, Lew Bowyer.
WilliamVol 3:528continuation of pg 527.
WilliamVol 3:56617??Page 492.--Tract devised by John Jackson to his son William.
WilliamVol 3:567 n/g DB 24: Page 14.--Part of tract on Jacksons River, patented William Jackson, deceased. Teste: John Dean, Richard Elliote, James McLean.
WilliamVol 3:5671750DB 24: Page 62.--100 acres patented to William Jackson, 1st June, 1750, part of 1100 acres.
WilliamVol 3:5841750Page 203.--1,000 acres on Jackson's River, patented to William Jackson, 1st June, 1750. Patent to Robert Hall, 7th February, 1784. Teste: A. Stuart, Joseph Jewell, Michael ( ) Cawley, J. Lyle, Jr.
Misc. No given namesVol 2:48n/gKingan vs. Jackson--Involves titles in Randolph County.
Misc.Vol 3:411754WB 2:Page 8.--28th February, 1754. Thos. and Andrew Lewis, 200 acres of land joining Harcklas Wilson on the cow pasture and two 200 surveys near John Shaw's land, two 200 acres joining Lewis' line near head of Bull Pasture, and two 200 surveys near foot of mountain, north side of Bull pasture not far from Bodkin's land, and 200 acres joining George Wilson, and a survey of the Reed Hole and towards Hicklin's land, and 200 acres at a small meadow between the Warm Springs and Jackson's land, and 200 acres about 5 miles from the Warm Springs near the path from said Spring to Harden's land on the mountain, and one survey on Cedar Run near a survey made on said Run, and 200 acres in the Calf Pasture joining the west and north lines of Samuel Gay, and 200 acres on a ridge near Dunlap's old place where Meek made some improvements. Robert McClenachan.

(a) There is a better transcription of David Carruthers will which indicated Samuel's wife's name is Peggy. She and Samuel also signed the will as witnesses.

(b) Taking note of Samuel Black being connected in some way to the Jacksons.