Person:Phebe Jackson (10)

m. est 1763
  1. Capt. Stephen Jackson1764 - 1847
  2. Benjamin Arnold Jackson1770 - abt 1772
  3. Jacob Jackson1772 -
  4. Jemima Jackson1775 - 1828
  5. William Jackson1777 - 1857
  6. Samuel M. Jackson1783 - ABT 1821
  7. Sarah 'Sallie' Jackson1786 - 1855
  8. Lucinda "Lucy" Jackson1787 - 1853
  9. Mary (Polly) Jackson1790 - 1853
  10. Phebe Jackson1793 - 1827
  • HJames Stout1780 - 1863
  • WPhebe Jackson1793 - 1827
m. 24 Dec 1811
  1. Samuel I. Stoutabt 1813 -
  2. Nathan Daniel Stout1814 - 1892
  3. Martha Permelia Stoutabt 1816 - 1855
  4. Daniel Stout1818 - 1901
  5. Edward Jackson Stout1819 - abt 1880
  6. Irena-Irene Stoutabt 1826 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Phebe Jackson
Gender Female
Birth[1] 19 Jul 1793 Harrison, West Virginia, United StatesFormerly Virginia
Marriage 24 Dec 1811 Harrison Co., West Virginiato James Stout
Death[3] 10 Apr 1827 Harrison, West Virginia, United States
Burial[3] Jackson Family Burial Plot, Mount Clare, Harrison, West Virginia, United States

Phebe's birth and death date are taken from Jackson Ledger (transcription on this site). Don Norman's files give b. 1793 and d. 1816. Colonial Ancestors state that Phebe's father's name appears on deed dated April 1792; so the family was in Harrison County by the time Phebe was born. Phebe is the only one of Edward's surviving children born in Harrison County.

Note below copied from http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/o/Robert-Stout/FILE/0001page.html "Allie Jackson, late of Jane Lew, said she remembered seeing Phoebe Jackson Stout driving down the streets of Clarksburg in her carriage drawn by fine horses, and herself beautifully dressed."

For a sketch of the family burial plot, see http://www.jacksonfamilygenealogy.com/images/JacksonCemetery.JPG. This drawing dated Sept 3, 1921, was prepared before the gravestones were removed. It is labeled "Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg" but that is not entirely accurate. This cemetery is not in Clarksburg; rather this is a family plot near Mount Clare and should not be confused with the historic Jackson Cemetery on Pike Street in Clarksburg. The drawing shows the layout of the family burial plot located on Edward Jackson's home farm about one mile south of Mount Clare in Harrison County, West Virginia.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887), 13, 22, 41.
  2.   Email from Stella Cotrill sr cotrill add the at yahoo.com.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Harrison County Genealogical Society (Clarksburg, West Virginia). Cemeteries Grant Magisterial Dist. (Clarksburg, West Virginia: Harrison County Genealogical Society [W. Va.], 198-).

    Pgs. 65, 66 & 426 A-1, Addendum information Jackson Cemetery.