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Andrew Paul Jackson
b.1884 Kansas
Facts and Events
Name Andrew Paul Jackson
Gender Male
Birth? 1884 Kansas
Marriage ABT 1915 Buffalo, Okto Hettie Victoria Mayfield
Death? Sep 1950 Buffalo, Harper County, Oklahoma
Burial? Buffalo, Harper County, Oklahoma

When Charles Estes Jordan was killed in the cotton gin, the undertaker that came to lay out his body was Andrew Jackson. He was not married. Later after Victoria had married her second husband (Barrett) they had a son Leroy Barrett. Barrett wanted Victoria to get rid of her two children that she had by her first husband (Jordan) and also send her mother who lived with her off. Victoria sent him down the road and she met again Andrew Jackson. He married her and took on her three children, her mother and then His mother came to live with them and they had three more children.

1917-1918, World War I Draft Registration

1917-1918, World War I Draft Registration

  • Name: Andrew Paul Jackson
  • Address: RFD #2, May, Harper, OK
  • Birth Date: 9 Feb 1884
  • Race: White
  • Roll: 1851780
  • DraftBoard: Local Board for County of Harper, State of Oklahoma, Buffalo, OK
  • Age: 34
  • Occupation: Farmer, RFD #2, May, Harper, OK
  • Nearest Relative: Hettie Jackson, RFD #2, May, Harper, OK
  • Height/Build: Medium/Medium
  • Color of Eyes/Hair: Gray/Gray
  • Signature: A. P. Jackson
  • Date: 12 Sep 1918 Registrar's Report 35-3-18-C
  • Source: 1917-1918, World War I Draft Registration

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  1.   Donald Lloyd Bradley.

    Information given to me by Andrew Jackson's son: Robert(Bob) Jackson..

  2.   1917-1918, World War I Draft Registration given to me by Patti Yocke