Facts and Events
||20 Jan 1695/96
||Hempstead, L.I., New York
||26 Dec 1717
||Flushing, Queens, New York, United Statesto Jacob Willets
||Oyster Bay, Queens Co. (now Nassau), New Yorkto Nathaniel Townsend
||bef 27 Sep 1735
||Jericho, Queens (now Nassau) Co., New York, United States
From Jim Rubbin's website: The 1735 Will of her father, James Jackson, proved 21, Oct 1735, devised 15 pounds each to Mary and Nathaniel's three sons, Jacob, Stephen and John; and made other bequests to seven daughter by their married names, but Mary Townsend was not named. Hence, she was deceased by the time he wrote the Will 27 Sep 1735.
O. B. Robbins' book (pg. 10) has recorded that Mary's second marriage was to Nathaniel Townsend in 1739. That 1739 date is the date of Nathaniel's second marriage to Martha Doughty and not Mary's second marriage.
- ↑ Website: www.longislandgenealogy.com/jackson/fam00139.htm.
- ↑ Website of James David Rubins: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/u/b/James-David-Rubins-CA/GENE11-0028.html, 3.
- ↑ Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887), page 7.
'Mary Jackson (married Townsend) Born Nov. 20, 1695'
- ↑ The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. (New York, New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), Oct 1961, Vol 092, No. 4; pg 208.
- Robbins, Oscar Burton. History of the Jackson family of Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y., Ohio and Indiana: descendants of Robert and Agnes Washburn Jackson. (Loveland, Colo.: Robbins, 1951), 10.
- Bunker, Mary Powell. Long Island Genealogies. (Albany, New York, United States: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1895), 221.