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Benjamin was mentioned by J. Percy Crayon as the father of John Jackson, the father of Phebe Jackson who married Daniel Lampson. Research is ongoing to learn who this Benjamin and John are related to. It is inferred that these Jacksons are somehow related to the Joseph Jackson family of Morris County, New Jersey.
See the Notes in father, James Jackson Jr.'s record!
There is a logical conjecture that this Benjamin, father of John, is the same Benjamin who was born in 1744, the son of James Jackson Jr. and his second wife, Mary Fitz Randolph Thorne. It is known that Benjamin's father, James Jr., followed his brothers, Joseph, John and William "to the wilds of New Jersey" where Joseph is said to have founded Rockaway and John founded Dover, both in areas that became Morris County.
- ↑ Crayon, J. Percy. Rockaway records of Morris County, N.J., families: cemetery records, church history, military records, local history, genealogies of old families, nearly 20,000 data. (Rockaway, N.J.: Rockaway Pub. Co., 1902).
- Extracted by Alan Taplow, Quaker Records: Rahway Plainfield Monthly Meeting Record of Births 1706 - 1888 membe.
Name spelled Jacson
Children of James Jacson and Mary:
Sarah (19.12) Born 1740.1111
John (19.13) Born 1742.0313
Benjamin (19.14) Born 1744.0115
Charles (19.11) Born 1745.0111
Margaret (20.01) Born 1745.1024
From Essex County New Jersey Quaker Records @ ancestry.com:
Name: James Jackson
Spouse's Name: Mary
Child: Charles; Sarah; John; Benjamin; Margaret
Birth Date: 01/1 Mar 1738/9; 01/11 Jan 1740; 03/3 May 1742; 15/1 Mar 1743/4; 24/10 Dec 1745
Charles 1 1m (Mar) 1738/39(days & month agree; off in the year)
Sarah 11 11m (Jan) 1740 (agrees)
John 3 3m (May) 1742 (3 or 13)
Benjamin 15 1m (Mar) 1743/44 (agrees)
Margaret 24 10m (Dec) 1745 (agrees)