m. 11 Feb 1819
m. 28 Jan 1845
Facts and Events
The Daughters of David Jackson and his two wives by Darrell H. Jackson
"This mystery is common to all researchers of female ancestors. Through the early part of this century it seems that once they left daddy's home, women disappeared into the void of records maintained in their husbands name.
"I could write a book about what I don't know about these women. All four were born and lived in Campbell County, Tennessee. I have not been able to find their descendents or other researchers. Because of this I feel that I have a psychic connection to them. Feeling them, almost hearing them. Demanding that we dig them up, get them out into the light and exposure of todays interest in genealogy. They want their story told.
"My hope is that someone out there will recognize one of these women as their Great Grandmother, Aunt or something and will share their story with the rest of this family."
What I (Darrell) have learned about these four daughters of David Jackson is detailed on my website: http://www.tngenweb.org/campbell/family/djack.html. Do see the website for much more detail.
Janie: Since writing the above, Darrell has done much more research on Eura and has quite a lot of info in his research notes. I will quote only one paragragh from his notes: "In the 1850 Campbell Co, TN census Eura is listed in her father, David Jackson's household, She is listed as Eury Hutson and her son Daniel from her first marriage to James Queener is listed as Daniel Hutson. Does this mean that Isaac Hutson adopted Daniel Queener and that is why he is listed as Daniel Hutson in this census? Probably not, just the fact that the census taker assuming that if the mother is a Hutson, then so is the son. The Daniel Hutson of this census lives the rest of his life, correctly, as Daniel Queener."