Person:Elizabeth Pomeroy (4)

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Name Elizabeth Pomeroy
Gender Female
Birth[1] 14 Feb 1765 Rockaway, Morris Co., New Jersey
Marriage 14 Feb 1787 probably Morris Co., New Jersey, United Statesto Capt. Stephen Jackson
Death? Apr 1850 Jane Lew, Lewis Co., Virginia (now West Virginia), United StatesHannah Bailey Jackson's home
Burial? Jackson family burial plot, Mount Clare, Harrison Co., West Virginia

Ledger: She was a kind, good woman and small in stature. She was once captured by the Indians in New Jersey. The site of Pomeroy, Ohio should have descended to her heirs. Elizabeth's brother settled the city of Pomeroy, OH.

From Bill White, She died in April 1852, at her daughter-in-law's home in Jane Lew, WV. She had no long illness and she and her husband's remains rest on a farm in Harrison Co., which was once owned by Mrs Ida Bassel Fleming.

Tenmile District Harrison County, WV Cemetery Records, (published 1989, revised 1995 by the Harrison County Genealogical Society, Editor Martha Day Dennison), Pg. 172. Jackson, Elizabeth Pomeroy (Wife of Stephen) 1765-1850

Tombstone reads Elizabeth nee Pomeroy, wife of Stephen Born 1765, died 1850

Colonial Ancestors of Edward Jackson 1741-1807 Revolutionary War Soldier, By Glady Stutler Hoffmann (1967), Pg. 5, b. 1765 d. Apr. 1852. (ALT d/o/d)

Lloyd Jackson, "Lloyd Jackson Ledger handwritten 1887 (Can be found at Hacker's Creek Pioneer Descendents in Horner W.Va) ( HCPD)," Ledger, Pg. 24, Born 1765 Died 1850.

For a sketch of the family burial plot, see

  1. DAR application of Ruth Arlene (Fikan) Edwards 1979.
  2.   Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887)
    13, 17, 18, 19, 29, 44.
  3.   Lloyd Jackson. Notes from HCPD. (transcribed by Jerry Gross: available from Table of Contents).

    gives ALT date of death: 1850.

  4.   Research of Ruth Arlene Fikan Gross Edwards. Contributed by Judy Gross Hall..

    This source has d/o/d as Apr 1852.

  5.   Jackson, P. A. Jackson Ledger. (1887)
    13, 17, 18, 19, 29, 44.
  6.   Hoffmann, Glady Stutler (Glady Myrl Stutler). Colonial ancestors of Edward Jackson, 1741-1897, Revolutionary War soldier. (Atlanta, Georgia: Self-published, 1967)
    4, 5.