d.19 May 1904 Warren Co., Ohio, United States
m. 4 Apr 1798
Facts and Events
There are 2 vital records available on MyHeritage for Andrew Jackson, including birth records, marriage records, and death records. Vital records are historical records that are typically recorded around the actual time of the event, which means they are likely accurate. Vital records include information like the event date and place, and the person's occupation and residence. Vital records also often include information about the person's relatives. For example, birth and marriage records include names of parents and divorce records list the names of children.
Note fr Jerry Gross: Andrew and Sarah had no children of their own; but they reared Jemima and Sarah Ellen, youngest daughters of Andrew's brother, Elias and Hannah Jackson.
1850 Warren Co, OH Census Andrew's occupation was farmer. Jemima, Elias' daughter was living with Andrew and Sarah. At the time of the Census Sarah Ellen was living with or visiting with her grandparents, William & Hannah.
1870 Wayne, Clermont Co, OH Census Andrew's occupation was a farmer. Jemima and Sarah Ellen are not listed with Andrew, but Andrew, age 16, was living with him. Young Andrew was a nephew, recently orphaned, son of Andrew's brother Stephen.
Andrew's occupation on the 1880 census was keeping Hotel.
The following was found at the website of the Clermont, Ohio Genealogy Society:
Andrew and his wife Sarah are among a listing of early church members. The church first met in 1861 and was formally organized in 1864.
Contained in an email from Joe Jackson Nov 2010: "While visiting the Wesley Cemetery, I noticed the Masonic symbol on my Great grandparents' monument. Later in the nearby village of Edenton, I noticed a Masonic Lodge #332. I stopped to see if they might have any information on the Jacksons. They were busy sprucing up the place for their 150 year anniversary celebration. One of them showed me around and hanging on the wall were photos of the founding members. One of the photos was of Granville Jackson, my great uncle, and another was of Andrew, Granville's first cousin. Andrew was the first master of the lodge."