Capt. John Farrow Jackson
Facts and Events
John's wife, Elizabeth twice sued for divorce from John alleging cruelty and adultery among other things and these cases may be found in the records of Virginia, Fauquier County Index #1848-002 and Index #1852-002. It appears from these suits and from subsequent research by various other folks that John had children by other women. These children do not carry the name Jackson but the names of their mothers and may be the source of several persons in much later years discovering through DNA that somewhere in their line there was a Jackson father.
Virginia Genealogies, pg 537
Henry Peyton, b ---; d ---; m 1818 Sarah G. Grigsby, dau of Wm. Grigsby. In 1840 Henry Peyton of Howard Co., MO, deeded to Jno. F. Jackson land on Carter's Run, Fauq'r Co., Va, inherited by his wife Sarah from her father, Wm. Grigsby.
9 children listed. Jno. F. Jackson had married Elizabeth Grigsby, the sister of Sarah Grigsby, Henry's wife.
- rootsweb chart of Fred Lager.
Transcription of Will of Samuel Jackson; Prince William Co., Virginia Will Book K: 388-390.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Rhoades, Nelson Osgood, Editor. Colonial Families of the United States of America. (http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/BookList.aspx?dbid=48076), pgs 478.
- CincyMcC, transcriber. Will of Isaac Farrow, 1803 Prince William Co., Virginia. (http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.farrow/480/mb.ashx).
- Elizabeth Grigsby vs John Farrow Jackson Chancery Records.