m. 25 Nov 1849
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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.