Person:Thomas Jackson (125)

Watchers
Thomas Jackson
b.24 Dec 1754
m. 16 Jul 1738
  1. Jemima Jackson1739 - ABT 1825
  2. Richard Jackson1740 - 1826
  3. Ruth Jackson1740 - 1824
  4. Lettitia Jackson1747 - 1824
  5. Townsend Jacksonbef 1750 - 1830
  6. Elizabeth Jacksonest 1750 -
  7. Martha JacksonABT 1752 -
  8. Thomas Jackson1754 - 1842
  9. Mary JacksonABT 1756 -
m. 26 Feb 1782
  1. Ruth Jackson1786 - 1807
  2. Jacob Jackson1791 - 1867
  3. Obadiah Jackson1795 - 1867
  4. Samuel Townsend Jacksonabt 1796 -
  5. Alma Jacksonabt 1800 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[3] 24 Dec 1754
Marriage 26 Feb 1782 Hempstead, Queens (now Nassau), New YorkSt. George's Episcopal Church
to Elizabeth Jackson
Death[1][2] 25 Nov 1842 Jerusalem - now Wantagh, Nassau, New York
Burial[4] Jackson Family Graveyard, Wantagh, Nassau, New York, United States

From Wantagh Cem website: "The only authenticated burial of a Revolutionary War soldier in the cemetery is that of Thomas JACKSON, who served in the 4th Line and the Second New York Regiment. Just before the Battle of Long Island, he received bounty money for his men to guard the stock of Queens County so that the British, who were about to invade & occupy Long Island, would not capture & slaughter the stock. He was also engaged in the capture of Fort St. George on November 30, 1780. Jackson was born in 1754 & died in 1842. He owned the property where the Wantagh Public Library now stands & lived on the east side of the Jerusalem River."

From wikipedia: "Wantagh was originally known as Jerusalem, although some early accounts do refer to the area as "Wantagh." The creek running north/south through Wantagh, and which has been covered up in many places but is still visible between Wantagh Parkway and the housing developments west of Wantagh Avenue, was originally the Jerusalem River."

References
  1. Rootsweb chart of Jim Rubbins: The Descendants of Capt. John Seaman. (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:704735).
  2. Register of Members, Jericho Monthly Meeting, Long Island, NY. (http://dunhamwilcox.net/ny/jericho_ny_quakers.htm).
  3. Bunker, Mary Powell. Long Island Genealogies. (Albany, New York, United States: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1895), 223. 224.
  4. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. (New York, New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), Apr 1895, Vol XXVI, pgs 79 and 80.