Person:Richard Jackson (68)

Watchers
Richard Jackson
m. 28 Nov 1765
  1. Elizabeth Jackson1766 - 1791
  2. Samuel Jackson1768 - 1791
  3. John Theodore Jackson1769 - 1831
  4. Spencer Jackson, Sr.1773 - 1830
  5. Sarah Jackson1775 -
  6. Richard Jackson1778 - 1823
m. 7 Apr 1812
  1. Ann Maria Jackson1813 - 1893
  2. Elizabeth Jackson1817 - 1821
  3. Sarah 'Sally' A. Jackson1818 - 1892
  4. Richard F. Jackson
  5. Charles Jackson
  6. Dr. John J. Jacksonbtw 1819-1820 -
  7. Julia M. Jackson1822 - 1902
  8. James William Jacksonabt 1823 - 1861
Facts and Events
Name Richard Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 6 Sep 1778 Lewinsville, Fairfax Co., Virginia
Marriage 7 Apr 1812 Baltimore Co., Marylandto Jane Donaldson
Death[3][2] 13 Sep 1823 Lewinsville, Fairfax Co., Virginia
Burial[2]

From the book "Life of James W. Jackson" pg 13 speaking of James' parents, Richard and Jane Jackson: "The family mansion, a fine old country house, is on the Georgetown and Leesburg turnpike, 8 miles from Georgetown. The Post Office was kept there in the old times of scarcity of houses whence the one now used has the name of the house "Prospect Hill." The boys were early distinguished for their bold and restless dispositions. . ." Richard died when the children were young, but his wife "did everything to secure her children the advantages of education".

Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850 Name: Jane Donaldson Gender: Female Marriage Date: 7 Apr 1812 Spouse: Richard Jackson Spouse Gender: Female County: Baltimore County

References
  1. Tibbetts, Jean. Reflections: 1988-1991; The Jackson Family. (Great Falls Historical Society, Great Falls, Virginia, 1991), pg 35, 39.

    Author's source: John Jackson Family Bible, 1769, possession of James C. Elgin, Jr.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Find A Grave, Memorial# 33894351.
  3. Tibbetts, Jean. Reflections: 1988-1991; The Jackson Family. (Great Falls Historical Society, Great Falls, Virginia, 1991), pg 35.

    Author's source: John Jackson Family Bible, 1769, possession of James C. Elgin, Jr.
    ALT date of death: 15 Sep 1823.

  4.   Tibbetts, Jean. Reflections: 1988-1991; The Jackson Family. (Great Falls Historical Society, Great Falls, Virginia, 1991), pg 35.

    Author's source: John Jackson Family Bible, 1769, possession of James C. Elgin, Jr.

  5.   Find A Grave, Memorial# 33894382.