Person:Mary Jackson (317)

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Mary Jackson
d.31 Jan 1841
m. 1 Apr 1767
  1. Townsend Jacksonest 1768 -
  2. Samuel Jacksonest 1770 -
  3. Daniel Jacksonest 1772 -
  4. John J. Jacksonabt 1775 -
  5. Margaret Jacksonest 1777 -
  6. Mary Jackson1779 - 1841
  7. James Jacksonest 1781 -
  8. Phebe Jacksonest 1783 -
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Name Mary Jackson
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 21 Sep 1779 Dutchess Co., New York, United States
Marriage 28 Mar 1801 Fishkill, Dutchess Co., New York, United Statesto Henry Van Benschoten
Death? 31 Jan 1841
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Her father, Richard, is said to have settled in Dutchess County, NY but the Jones Book does not say when. The Van Benschoten Book says Richard arrived in Dutchess in 1774, meaning that Mary was born in Dutchess.

From the book "Concerning the Van Bunschoten or Van Benschoten Family in America", pg 132: "Grandmother was a most gentle and sweet-spirited woman - one of the Marys of the gospel."

Continuing on page 134: Her husband "laid away in 'Swago church-yard....Grandmother Mary lived thereafter with her daughter Elizabeth Doughty and died Jan 31, 1841. She also lay in Oswego ground; but after the removal of that church to La Grange, she and Henry were transferred to the new church-yard."

References
  1. Jones, John Henry. The Jones family of Long Island: descendants of Major Thomas Jones (1665-1726) and allied families. (Tobias A. Wright, 1907), pg 358.

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  2. Van Benschoten, William Henry. Concerning the Van Bunschoten or Van Benschoten family in America: a genealogy and brief history. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1907), pg 131, 132.

    Date.