Person:Andrew Jackson (52)

  1. Silas Heathway Jackson1821 - 1875
  2. John G. JacksonABT 1825 - bef 1895
  3. Andrew Jackson1830 - 1888
  4. Mary JacksonABT 1833 -
  5. Benjamin Potter Jackson1835 - 1912
  6. Martha JacksonABT 1838 -
  1. William R. Jackson1855 - 1924
  2. Catherine JacksonABT 1857 -
  3. Isabelle Jackson1858 - 1892
  4. Charles S. Jacksonabt 1861 - 1886
  5. Louisianna JacksonABT 1863 - 1863
  6. Frank Andrew Jackson1866 -
  7. Edna Eugenia Jacksonabt 1867 -
  8. Carrie JacksonABT 1868 -
  9. Laura Jackson1872 -
  10. Beatrix 'Trisie' Jackson1876 -
Facts and Events
Name Andrew Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 13 Aug 1830 New Jersey
Death[6][2] 5 Feb 1888 Drakesville (now Ledgewood), Morris Co., New Jersey, United States
Burial[2] United Methodist Church Cemetery, Succasunna, Morris Co., New Jersey, United States

Obituary contributed by Dr. Anthony Troha: From "The Iron Era", Saturday, February 11, 1888 (Volume XVIII, Number 11) Page 2, Column 4: "SUCCASUNNA ... The funeral for our late Assessor, Mr. Jackson, took place here on Wednesday."

Page 3, Column 3: "Death of Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson, aged about 55 years, a well-known citizen of Drakesville, died at his home in that place last Sunday. Owing to a complication of troubles Mr. Jackson had not been in good health for some years, and recently contracted a severe cold, which resulted in his death. He was for many years a blacksmith of the place and was noted for his skill as a mechanic, but when his health began to fail him he retired from his work. He was an ardent Democrat in politics and for six years past had filled the office of Assessor of Roxbury township very acceptably. He was an upright citizen and greatly esteemed in the community. To mourn his loss he leaves a widow and six grown up children, two sons and four daughters. Another son was killed in the explosion at the Forcite Powder works. He was a member of Acacia Lodge, A. F. and A. M., of Dover, and his burial on Wednesday was attended with Masonic ceremonies."

Dr. Troha continues: "I have searched for a newspaper account about the explosion that claimed the life of his son, but I have not found it yet. The Forcite Powder Works began business in July of 1883, so I will need to comb each issue of "The Iron Era" between then and when Mr. Andrew Jackson died in order to find it [assuming that it is even legible]."

  1. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publications M593 and T132), Roxbury Twp, Morris Co., New Jersey.

    Post Office: Succasunna, NJ
    Jackson, Andrew 39 M W Blacksmith NJ
    Jackson, Catherine 35 F W NJ
    Jackson, William 16 M W NJ
    Jackson, Bella 12 F W NJ
    Jackson, Charles 10 M W NJ
    Jackson, Andrew 6 M W NJ
    Jackson, Eugena 4 F W NJ
    Jackson, Carrie 2 F W NJ

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Find A Grave, Memorial# 9552133.

    Shared gravestone with his wife Catherine.

  3.   United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Roxbury, Morris Co., New Jersey.

    Jackson, Andrew W M 49 married Blacksmith NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Catherine W F 44 wife married Keeping House NJ Finland Finland
    Jackson, William R. W M 25 son S Brakeman RR NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Bell W F 21 dau S at home NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Charles S. W M 19 son S Laborer NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Frank A. W M 16 son S at school NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Edna W F 13 dau S at school NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Laura W F 9 dau S at school NJ NJ NJ
    Jackson, Faisie W F 5 dau S at school NJ NJ NJ (indexed at Trisie)

  4.   United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Roxbury Twp, Morris Co., New Jersey.

    Post Office: Dover
    Andrew Jackson 30 M Blacksmith 1,000 1,000 NJ
    Catharine Jackson 26 F NJ
    William Jackson 5 M NJ
    Catharine Jackson 3 F NJ
    Isabella Jackson 2 F NJ
    William A. Decker 18 M Apprentist Blk's NJ
    Martha Jackson 22 F Milliner 300 NJ (Andrew's sister!)
    Henrietta Detor 18 F Apprentist Milliner NJ

  5.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Roxbury, Morris Co., New Jersey.

    Elias C. Conrad 23 M Blacksmith NJ
    Sarah Conrad 23 F NJ
    Cornelia Conrad 1 F NJ }
    Amelia Conrad 1 F NJ }
    Andrew Jackson 19 M blacksmith NJ

  6. Obituary, "The Iron Era" 11 Feb 1888, pg 3, col 3.