m. 27 May 1831
m. 30 Nov 1865
Facts and Events
Jackson, James Duncan, aged 81 years, died at his home on Jackson's Ridge. He was one of Trimble's best citizens, was a Confederate soldier, a member of Company E., 4th Kentucky Cavalry. Four children survive: Tom and Emmett Jackson and Mrs. J.W. McMahan of this county, Mrs. Gus Morgan of Childress, Texas. He was a member of the Christian Church at Beech Grove. Rev. R.H. Law will hold services at the home Friday. Burial in the family graveyard.
Note from a descendant that the information that James Duncan Jackson was a POW in the Civil War has been challenged.
Note from descendancy chart rec'd from Charles Thomas Jackson: His obituary states that he was father of 9 children, 3 dying in infancy.
1900 Census Dist 75, Trout Twp, Trimble Co., Kentucky Jackson, James head W M Nov 1835 64 M31yrs IN KY KY Jackson, Bettie wife W F Oct 1844 55 M31yrs 9ch/5lvg KY IN KY Jackson, Emit son W M Feb 1879 21 S KY IN KY Jackson, Lida Dau W F Apr 1881 19 S KY IN KY