Person:Eleanor Smith (18)

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    1. Eleanor 'Nellie' Smithabt 1787 - BEF 1849
    m. 2 Jan 1803
    1. Catherine Jacksonabt 1803 - 1830
    2. John Jackson1803 - 1810 -
    3. Edward Jacksonbet 1803 and 1810 -
    4. Daniel Jacksonbet 1803 and 1810 -
    5. Sarah Jane 'Sallie' Jackson1811 - 1869
    6. Jane Jacksonbet 1811 and 1820 - bef 1851
    7. George Jacksonbet 1811 and 1820 -
    8. Ellenor 'Nellie' Jackson1812 - 1894
    9. Benjamin Jackson1817 - 1845
    10. Hezekiah Jackson1819 - 1846
    11. Mariah Jackson1821 - 1858
    • HLawrence Lane1777 -
    • WEleanor 'Nellie' Smithabt 1787 - bef 1849
    m. bef Jul 1828
    Facts and Events
    Name Eleanor 'Nellie' Smith
    Gender Female
    Birth[1] abt 1787 Ravenswood, Mason (now Jackson) Co., Virginia (now West Virginia), United States
    Marriage 2 Jan 1803 Harrison, West Virginia, United Statesto Samuel M. Jackson
    Marriage bef Jul 1828 to Lawrence Lane
    Death[2] BEF May 1849

    Ravenswood, formerly Mason County, VA is now in Jackson County, WV.

    Proof of Eleanor's second marriage:

    Clerk of Courts. Meigs Co., Ohio Chancery Records, v. A, 1826-1837. FHL 928430, pp. 120-123.Andrea Dietze, abstracted, 2004.Administrator of Samuel M. Jackson, dec’d. vs. the Heirs of Samuel M. Jackson, dec’d.Abstract: This is a petition to sell real estate to satisfy debt demands on estate of Samuel M. Jackson, decd. At July term 1828, the administrator cannot state residence of heirs. Some defendants are not residents of Ohio and “Eleanor, the widow of said Samuel M. Jackson dec’d who has since intermarried with one L. Lane & now resident in Mason County, Va.” Notice will be published in Athens Mirror for 9 weeks. James S. Hibbard appointed as guardian ad litem for minor children (Sally, Hezekiah, Nelly, Jane, Benjamin, George, Maria). At. Sept. 1828 term, papers brought proving publication of notice. Cause continued to Dec. 1828 term to allow defendants to respond. No answer on file. Cause continued to April term and approval given to Stivers to sell property. April 15, 1829 notice of sale. 24 June 1829, property sold to highest bidder, Hugh Brown.

    References
    1. Email from Robert Jackson.
    2. Misc.

      May, 1849 is the date of Lawrence Lane's next marriage.

    3.   Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887), 13, 21, 27.