Person:George Jackson (98)

Watchers
  1. Nancy Jackson - AFT 1842
  2. Jane Jackson
  3. Susanna Jackson
  4. Sybil Jackson
  5. Elizabeth Jackson
  6. George Washington Jacksonabt 1775 - 1834
  7. Sarah Jacksonabt 1781 -
  8. Capt. John Farrow Jackson1788 - 1856
  • HGeorge Washington Jacksonabt 1775 - 1834
  • WNancy Strother1784 - 1833
m. 8 Oct 1806
  1. Fanny Ann Jackson
  2. Lucetta Jacksonbet 1814-1821 -
  3. John S. Jackson, Sr.ABT 1814 - 1876
  4. Elgiva JacksonABT 1821 - 1880
  5. George Washington Jacksonabt 1822 - bef 1879
  6. Nancy Maria Jacksonabt 1828 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] George Washington Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[5] abt 1775 Prince William, Virginia, United States
Alt Birth[1] bef 1782
Marriage 8 Oct 1806 Fauquier Co., Virginiato Nancy Strother
Death[3] Apr 1834 Prince William, Virginia, United States

George's father, Samuel is named as his son-in-law by Isaac Farrow in Isaac's 1803 Will. Samuel married Isaac's daughter, Mary.

"Prince William County Virginia Court Minutes 1833-1838" by Ronald Ray Turner, 2006
available online at http://www.pwcvabooks.com/pwcvabookspublishedworks.htm

List of Magistrates in Prince William County
Excerpted From back of Front Cover
Names Date of Commission Date of Qualification Remarks
George W. Jackson Feb. 02, 1822 Mar. 4, 1822 Died in April 1834

ibid: pg 41
December Court 1833:
On the motion of George W. Jackson who made oath and together with John Williams his security entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $1000 conditioned as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Nancy Jackson deceased in due form.

ibid: pg 94
October Court 1834
On the motion of John C. Weedon his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $1000 conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted the said Jno. C. Weedon for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of George W. Jackson deceased in due form. Ordered that Jesse E. Weems, George Weedon, William H. Barbee & John F. Jackson (or any three of them being first sworn do inventory & appraise the estate of George W. Jackson deceased according to law.

ibid: pg 162
October 6th 1835 (301)
Lucetta Jackson & Elgiva Jackson orphans of George W. Jackson deceased with the approbation of the court made choice of Stephen L. Howison for their guardian, who together with Edwin Howison and Jesse McIntosh entered into & acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $500 with condition according to law, which said bond is ordered to be recorded. The Court doth assign Stephen L. Howison guardian to George Jackson and Nancy Maria Jackson, orphans of George W. Jackson deceased and thereupon the said Stephen L. Howison with Edwin Howison and Jesse McIntosh his security’s entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $500 with condition according to law, which said bond is ordered to be recorded.

The following facts researched by Cindy McCachern:
George Washington Jackson was born before 1782.
George's mother was Mary Farrow (Isaac, Abraham) abt 1776 in Prince William Co., Virginia.
He was witness to the will of his grandfather, Isaac Farrow, on 2 Dec 1803 in Prince William Co, VA.
He received 52 pounds 5 shillings from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 24 Mar 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.
George received 200 pounds "for John Jackson" from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 2 Apr 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.
He paid 95 pounds, 6 shillings for "J. Jackson" to the estate of Isaac Farrow on 2 Apr 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.
He received 7 pounds, 4 shillings "in part of his" from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 5 Jul 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.
George received 7 pounds, 4 shillings for John F. Jackson from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 5 Jul 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.
He received 57 pounds for John F. Jackson part from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 2 Aug 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.
He was listed in a poll of the voters in the presidential election on 5 Nov 1804 in Prince William Co, VA.

George received 51 pounds, 10 shillings, 3 pence from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 1 Jan 1805 in Prince William Co, VA.
He received 51 pounds, 10 shillings, 3 pence "for John F. Jackson" from estate of Isaac Farrow on 1 Jan 1805 in Prince William Co, VA.
He received 22 pounds, 15 shillings from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 2 Jan 1805 in Prince William Co, VA.
George received 20 pounds, 18 shillings "in part" from the estate of Isaac Farrow on 31 May 1805 in Prince William Co, VA.

He paid land tax on 124 acres from his father in 1807 in Prince William Co, VA.
He was listed in the land tax records with 124 acres "of your father" in 1809 in Prince William Co, VA.
George served on a grand jury of inquest which indicted James Cornwell for horse stealing on 13 May 1811 in Prince William Co, VA.
He was listed on the land tax records with 124 acres "of your father" & 552, 754 acres "of the Com." in 1811 in Prince William Co, VA.

He was mentioned in the will of his father, Samuel Jackson, on 28 Feb 1815 in Prince William Co, VA.
George paid $17.00 to the estate of Samuel Jackson on 22 Oct 1816 in Prince William Co, VA.
He paid $112.00 for "Negro Girl Julia" to the estate of Samuel Jackson on 22 Dec 1816 in Prince William Co, VA.
He paid $5.58 "for Lewis Strother" to the estate of Samuel Jackson on 22 Dec 1816 in Prince William Co, VA.
George excepted the errors of the estate account of Samuel Jackson on 29 Apr 1819 in Prince William Co, VA.

He inventoried the estate of Samuel Carter on 14 Sep 1820 in Prince William Co, VA.
He voted in a poll to choose electors for the President of the United States in Nov 1820 in Prince William Co, VA.
George was listed as voting for a delegate to represent Prince William county in the general assembly on 23 Dec 1822 in Prince William Co, VA.
He filed an estate account for his father, Samuel Jackson, on 7 Aug 1826 in Prince William Co, VA.

He was listed on a list of voters in 1828 in Prince William Co, VA.
George was surveyor of a road on 3 Jun 1829 in Prince William Co, VA.
He was appointed trustee with John Jackson to sell land devised to the church by Samuel Jackson on 22 Dec 1829 in Occoquan, Prince William Co, VA.
He appeared in the census in 1830 in Prince William Co, VA.

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A study of the Jackson Families of Prince William, Virginia, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Research of Cindy McC.
  2.   Guardianship Record of George Jackson's children, pg 162.
  3. Turner, Ronald Ray. Court Minutes 1833-1838, Back of front cover, Secondary quality.
  4.   rootsweb chart of Fred Lager.

    Transcription of Will of Samuel Jackson; Prince William Co., Virginia Will Book K: 388-390.

  5. United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Prince William, Virginia