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
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John George Jackson (September 22, 1777 – March 28, 1825) was a U.S. Representative and federal judge from Virginia, the son of George Jackson, brother of Edward B. Jackson, and grandfather of William Thomas Bland, Jacob Beeson Jackson, James Monroe Jackson, and John Jay Jackson, Jr.

Copied from Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain document:
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.

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

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  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).