Person:John Jackson (259)

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John Jackson, Jr.
m. 7 May 1724
  1. Elizabeth Jackson1724 -
  2. Mary Jackson1727/8 - AFT 1775
  3. Joseph Jackson1731 -
  4. John Jackson, Jr.1733 - 1771
  5. Sarah Jackson1735 -
  6. Phebe Jackson1737 - 1816
  7. Jemima Jackson1739 -
  8. Rebecca Jackson1742 - 1762
  9. Hannah Jackson1743/4 -
  10. James Jackson1746 - 1826
m. abt 1753
  1. Phebe Jacksonest 1754 -
  2. Jemima Jacksonabt 1755 -
  3. Hannah Jacksonest 1757 -
  4. Elizabeth Jacksonest 1759 -
  5. Mary Jacksonest 1761 -
  6. Sarah Jacksonest 1763 -
  7. Rebecca Jacksonest 1765 -
Facts and Events
Name John Jackson, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 5 May 1733 Morris Co., New Jersey
Marriage abt 1753 Anson Co., North Carolina, United Statesto Phoebe Thompson
Death[3] 1771/1772 Anson Co., North Carolina

The Jackson Ledger has his birth date as 1929 but this is up for debate. The Ledger's reference to him on pgs 42, 79 & 80 is suspect. I don't believe these references are for our line of Jacksons but rather for the line of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins (Stonewall's line).

"Mayflower Families in Progress", 3rd ed. Peter B. Hill compiler has John, s/o John 1701, was born 5 May 1733 and this is the date I have accepted.

John's parents moved "to the wilderness of Morris County, New Jersey, May 31, 1722". So it has been assumed by some that all of John Jackson and Sarah Doty's children were born in Morris County, NJ.

In 1739 Morris County was set off from Hunterdon County, and named after the new governor. Jackson's Forge, up to this time, had been in Hunterdon County. Ruineous taxes caused his father's forge, the Jackson Forge, to be sold in Morris County at Sheriffs Sale in 1753. It is probably a good assumption that it was after then that his father migrated to the Carolinas and it is possible that is when John & Phoebe went also, though they could have gone at a different time.

North Carolina Will Abstracts 1760-1800 North Carolina Wills, Book J, Page 8 available at ancestry.com Will of John Jackson in AnsonCounty N. C. ...daughters Elizabeth , Mary, Sarah and Rebecca, each 5 Sh., my lands and all my movable estate to be sold to the best advantage and the money to be paid as follows: to Daughters Phebe, Jemimah and Hannah to have it equally divided between them. Stephen Jackson and John Perkins, exrs. 15 April 1768 Wit.Job Meadow, John May, Charles Booth Executed 1772, Anson Co., NC

References
  1. Website: www.longislandgenealogy.com/1891/Surnames/J.htm.
  2. Hill, Peter B., compiler. Edward Doty of the Mayflower: Mayflower Families in Progress, 3rd ed.. (Plymouth, Mass: General Soc of Mayflower Descendants, 1996).
  3. Rootsweb chart of Bob Mitchell: Southern Roots-A Collection of families . . . who migrated to Tennessee. (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bobmitchell24).
  4.   Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887), 12.