Person:Mary Jackson (197)

m. 7 May 1724
  1. Elizabeth Jackson1724 -
  2. Mary Jackson1727/8 - AFT 1775
  3. Joseph Jackson1731 -
  4. John Jackson, Jr.1733 - 1771
  5. Sarah Jackson1735 -
  6. Phebe Jackson1737 - 1816
  7. Jemima Jackson1739 -
  8. Rebecca Jackson1742 - 1762
  9. Hannah Jackson1743/4 -
  10. James Jackson1746 - 1826
m. 28 Feb 1750/1
  1. James ShotwellABT 1752 -
  2. Susannah Shotwellest 1754 -
  3. Rachel Shotwellabt 1756 - 1817
  4. Mary Shotwell1768 - 1820
  5. Rebecca Shotwellest 1770 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Jackson
Gender Female
Birth? 22 Mar 1727/8 Essex (now Union) Co., New Jersey, United States
Marriage 28 Feb 1750/1 Woodbridge Twp., Middlesex Co., New Jersey, United Statesto Abraham Shotwell
Death? AFT 7 Aug 1775 Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., New Jersey

William Henry Roll has that Abraham Shotwell married Mary Jackson who was born 22 Jan 1727/1728 in Union, NJ. His source is: Title: Essex County, New Jersey Quaker RecordsQuaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, New JerseyAuthor: Cox, John, Jr.Publication: Essex County, New Jersey Quaker Records. [database online] Provo, UT:, 2001. Electronic reproduction of Cox, John, Jr., comp.Quaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, New Jersey.<>

Martie Carreon, Shotwell descendant, has that Mary was b 22 Mar 1728 in Woodbridge, NJ and gives her death date as 'after 7 Aug 1775 when she is mentioned in her husband's will (East Jersey Wills L:300-" Her source is "Mayflower Families through 5 Generations, Desc of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec. 1620, Vol II, Part III, Edward Doty; His desc through sons Isaac and Joseph and daughter Mary". Peter B. Hill, Compiler, Pub Gen Soc of Mayflower Desc 2000.

Mary's parents moved "to the wilderness of Morris County, New Jersey, May 31, 1722". And her father's forge was sold there at Sheriffs Sale in 1753. So it has been assumed by some that all of John Jackson and Sarah Doty's children were born in Morris County, NJ.

In 1739 Morris County was set off from Hunterdon County, and named after the new governor. Jackson's Forge, up to this time, had been in Hunterdon County.

  1.   (b)Walker-Danielson-Bateman-Rogers Genealogy (/b)http:/ question op=GET&db=batemanp&id=I2774.
  2.   email from Martie Carreon <>.