Person:William Jackson (261)

William Jackson
d.12 Nov 1905 Warren Co., Ohio
m.
  1. William Jackson1824 - 1905
m. 25 Nov 1849
  1. Dora (Sarah-Lydia) Jane Jackson1851 - 1915
  2. Solon Luce Jackson1853 -
  3. William H. Jackson1854 - 1940
  4. Eunice A. JacksonABT 1856 - 1897
  5. Alice E. JacksonABT 1858 -
  6. Ida Mae Jackson1860 - 1937
  7. Dolly M. Jackson1862 - 1931
  8. Margaret Delia 'Delilah' Jackson1864 - 1944
Facts and Events
Name William Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[4] 11 May 1824 Frederick Co., Maryland
Marriage 25 Nov 1849 Warren Co., Ohioto Delia Sophia Scudder
Death[1] 12 Nov 1905 Warren Co., Ohio

Transcription contributed to the Warren County Ohio GenWeb Project by Arne H Trelvik 26 March 2005 Source: The History of Warren County Ohio, Part V. Biographical Sketches, Harlan Township (Chicago, IL: W. H. Beers Co, 1882; reprint, Mt. Vernon, IN: Windmill Publications, 1992) Page 1035

WILLIAM JACKSON, farmer; P. O. Level; this worthy gentleman is a native of Frederick Co., Md., born May 11, 1824. At about 11 years of age, he came to this county with his parents-his father, Jacob Jackson, his mother, originally Nancy Rogers, both natives of Maryland. The subject of this sketch is naturally a farmer and enjoys the rural scenery of his adoption. He was united in marriage, Nov. 25, 1849, to Miss Delia Sophia Scudder, a native of this State. They have eight children-Dora J., Solon L., William H., Eunice A, Elizabeth A., Ida M., Dollie Mc. and Margaret D. Mr. Jackson is a Democrat of the old school, and has held the office of School Director for a period of twelve years; he owns a good farm of 112 acres of choice land; and has one of the most interesting families in the township; he is a warm friend to education, having liberally educated a number of his children. The family are musically inclined and seem to enjoy its charms.

References
  1. Misc..

    Application of Probate of Will, filed in Warren Co., Ohio, listing NO widow and 7 living children.

  2.   United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624).
  3.   United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), Ohio, Warren Co., Harlan Twp.
  4. The History of Warren County, Ohio: containing a history of the county; its townships, towns, schools, churches, etc.; general and local statistics; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; history of the Northwest Territory; history of Ohio; map of Warren County; Constitution of the United States ... (Chicago, Ill: W.H. Beers, 1882 (multiple reprints)), 5:1035.