Person:Jacob Jackson (46)

m. 4 Apr 1798
  1. Elias Jackson1799 -
  2. Sarah 'Sally' Jackson1801 - 1849
  3. Stephen Jackson1802 - 1865
  4. Jacob M. Jackson1804 - 1870
  5. Lemuel D. Jackson1807 - 1872
  6. Rev. William Bennett Jackson1809 - 1889
  7. Jemima Jackson1813 -
  8. Polly Jacksonest 1815 -
  9. John Jacksonest 1816 -
  10. Andrew Jackson1818 - 1904
  11. Benjamin Basil Jackson1821 - 1902
  12. Mary Jacksonest 1823 -
m. 8 Nov 1827
  1. Granville Jackson1828 - 1863
  2. John McClain Jackson1831 - 1902
  3. Hannah Jackson1833 - 1912
  4. Nathaniel Jackson1835 - 1910
  5. Druscilla Jackson1837 -
  6. George W. Jackson1838 - 1896
  7. Mary Ann Jackson1841 - 1934
  8. Louisa Jackson1842 - 1843
  9. Sarah 'Sallie' Jackson1844 - 1912
  10. Lucinda Jackson1846 - 1850
  11. Columbus Jackson1848 - 1929
  12. Isabella 'Bell' Jackson1850 - 1890
  13. Emma Elizabeth Jackson1852 - 1928
m. 21 Apr 1861
Facts and Events
Name Jacob M. Jackson
Gender Male
Birth? 20 Oct 1804 Clarksburg, Harrison Co., Virginia (now West Virginia), United States
Marriage 8 Nov 1827 Harrison Co., West Virginia, United Statesto Delilah Williams
Residence[3] 1850 Salem, Warren Co., Ohio, United States
Marriage 21 Apr 1861 Warren Co., Ohio, United Statesto Elizabeth Stiles
Death[1] 24 Feb 1870 Harlan Twp., Warren Co., Ohio, United States
Burial[2] Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Warren Co., Ohio, United States

The 1903 Centennial Atlas of Warren County, Ohio, page 90: WESLEY CHAPEL, HARLAN TOWNSHIP The Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church was organized about 1846, by Jacob Jackson, Joshua Thompson and others. The church is situated near Level, in Harlan Township, and is one of the most active country societies in the county, with a large membership.


Will of Jacob M. Jackson 1804 - 1870

In the name of the benevolent Father of all I, Jacob M. Jackson of the County of Warren and State of Ohio do make and publish this my last will and testament,

Item first: It is my will that after my desese my body be decently burryed, and that all my just debts be paid.

Item 2nd: That my beloved wife Elizabeth shal have the House and lot that I own in the vilage of Buttersville, known as the Bush property, for her residence during her natural life, and that she recieve annuelly one hundred and Seventy ($170.) Dollars paid to her simi-annually by my Executor during her life, and take to her self the chatle property that She brought to me when we was married. If she shall elect to take these provisory in Sted of Dower ___ as the Statute provides.

Item 3rd: I will that at my descese that all my Real and personal property (Except the Butlersville property) be Sold and the proseeds aplyed as follows: first pay my Burial expences, Second my just Debts, third the Ballance Equally divided among my children or thare legal representatives, with this exception, that my two youngest daughters (Isabella & Emma) they each to have ninety five dollars a piece more than the others, and pay the Anuity as above stated to my dear wife as above stated. I wish my Real estate to be sold in three separate parcels, The farm on which I live in one, - the anderson Lot in another, and the tracts on which My Son John M. Jackson lives in another.

Item 4: At the disese of my wife Elizabeth I will that the Butlersville property be sold and the proseeds be Equally divided amonst my children or thare Legal representatives. I desire My Son George Jackson to be Guardian for my daughter Emma. And further I wish my son George to be guardian as far as to have the controll and management of the portion of funds that may be due from my estate to the Heirs of My son Granville Jackson during their minority and that he keep the same on interest until they shall severally arrive of age - or majority and that he pay the same over to them at such times.

Item 5: I do here by appoint My Son John M. Jackson ______ Excecutor of this my last will and testiment.

In tistimony whareof I have hereunto set my hand this 13th day of July A. D. 1869.
Signed in presence of:
Amos B. Foote
Jeremiah Spence

                               /s/ Jacob M. Jackson
                                                          Supplement

In case that I should die before the Spring of A.D. 1870, My wife shal ocupy the farm house we now live in and recieve her living from the proceeds of the farm till the first of April next and in that case her anuity may date from that time.

In tistimony whare of I hereunto set my hand this 13th day of July A. D. 1869.
I now bid my Friends all farewell.

Signed in presence of:
Amos B. Foote
Jeremiah Spence

                               /s/ Jacob M. Jackson
References
  1. Jacob M. Jackson estate settlement papers.
  2. Ohio, Warren County Ohio Genealogical Society Records Room-Library.

    Warren County Cem Vol 7, WCGS, 1988, pg 448.

  3. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Salem Twp, Warren Co., Ohio.
  4.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Salem Twp, Warren Co., Ohio.
  5.   The History of Warren County, Ohio: containing a history of the county; its townships, towns, schools, churches, etc.; general and local statistics; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; history of the Northwest Territory; history of Ohio; map of Warren County; Constitution of the United States ... (Chicago, Ill: W.H. Beers, 1882 (multiple reprints)), 5:1042.

    'Jacob Jackson, the father of Mrs. Spence, was originally from the State of Virginia, where he was born, in December, 1804; he married Miss D. Williams, a native of his own State, and born Feb. 22, 1808. They were the parents of thirteen children, five sons and eight daughters.'

  6.   The History of Warren County, Ohio: containing a history of the county; its townships, towns, schools, churches, etc.; general and local statistics; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; history of the Northwest Territory; history of Ohio; map of Warren County; Constitution of the United States ... (Chicago, Ill: W.H. Beers, 1882 (multiple reprints)), 4:679.

    'Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church [in Harlan Township] ... was organized by Jacob Jackson, Joshua Thompson, and others, about 1846, ...'