Person:John Jackson (306)

m. 13 November 1776
  1. John George Jackson1777 - 1825
  2. Elizabeth Jackson1779 -
  3. Catherine Jackson1781 -
  4. Jacob Jackson1783 - 1804
  5. Prudence J. Jackson1789 -
  6. George Washington Jackson1791 - 1876
  7. Dr. Edward Brake Jackson1793 - 1826
  8. Thomas Jefferson Jackson1800 - 1801
  • HJohn George Jackson1777 - 1825
  • WMary Payneabt 1781 - 1808
m. 1800
  1. General John Jay Jackson1800 - 1877
m. 19 Jul 1810
  1. James Madison Jackson1817 - 1871
Facts and Events
Name John George Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[4][1] 22 Sep 1777 Harrison, VA (now West Virginia)
Marriage 1800 to Mary Payne
Marriage 19 Jul 1810 Washington Co., Ohio, United Statesto Mary Sophia Meigs
Death[2][1][4] 28 Mar 1825 Clarksburg, Harrison Co., Virginia (now West Virginia), United States
Burial[3] Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia
source: Wikipedia

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Jackson, John George

Born September 22, 1777, near Buckhannon, VA (now WV)
Died March 28, 1825, in Clarksburg, VA (now WV)

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. District Court, Western District of Virginia
Nominated by James Monroe on February 20, 1819, to a new seat authorized by 3 Stat. 478. Confirmed by the Senate on February 24, 1819, and received commission on February 24, 1819. Service terminated on March 28, 1825, due to death.

Education:
Read law, 1801

Professional Career:
Surveyor of public lands west of the Ohio River, 1796-1798
State delegate, Virginia, 1798-1801, 1811-1812
Private practice, Clarksburg, Virginia (now West Virginia), 1801-1803, 1817-1819
U.S. representative from Virginia, 1803-1810
Virginia militia brigadier general, 1811-1812
U.S. representative from Virginia, 1813-1817

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 John G. Jackson (politician), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.), accessed 13 Jul 2014.
  2. Pierson, Merry Anne. American descendants of Lawrence Pearson, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England, 1642-2005: (with suggestion of his possible ancestors). (Kingston Springs, TN 37082: Westview Pub, 2005), 405.
  3. Memorial# 7614173, in Find A Grave.
  4. 4.0 4.1 U. S. Government. Federal Judicial Center. (Washington, DC: U. S. Government).