Person:Sarah Jackson (267)

Sarah 'Sally' A. Jackson
d.24 Jan 1892
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. JacksonBet 1819 & 1820 -
  7. Julia M. Jackson1822 - 1902
  8. James William JacksonAbt 1823 - 1861
  • HJoel W. PepperAbt 1811 -
  • WSarah 'Sally' A. Jackson1818 - 1892
m. 1 Mar 1864
Facts and Events
Name Sarah 'Sally' A. Jackson
Gender Female
Birth[1] 24 May 1818 Alexandria, Fairfax Co., Virginia
Marriage 1 Mar 1864 Montgomery Co., Virginiato Joel W. Pepper
Marriage to Dr. Samuel A. J. Evans
Death[1] 24 Jan 1892
Burial[1] Lewinsville Presbyterian Cemetery, McLean, Fairfax Co., Virginia

The following was copied from Sally's Find-a-Grave memorial page: The following was contributed by Anne Rupert (#21366448): Her maiden name was Jackson. Fairfax Herald 1/29/1892 03 Pepper Sallie Obit. Sister of Capt. James Jackson Her brother was the famous James W Jackson who was shot by Ellsworth at the beginning of Civil War. She married first Samuel A J Evans and is buried next to him.


Additional information contributed by S. Bromm (#48565643): Sarah Ann "Sallie" Jackson Evans married Joel W. Pepper, son of William and Sally Pepper, March 1, 1864, He was age 53, a widower, born in Montgomery County, Virginia, and profession listed as a Trader. Sallie is listed as being 49 yrs. old, a widow born in Alexandria, Virginia and the daughter of James [sic] and Jane Jackson. They were married by A. Flaherty. (Montgomery County Virginia Marriage Register 1, 1854-1902, positive reel 31, page 13.) Note that Sallie's father is listed as James Jackson. This, I believe is an error and should, in fact, be Richard Jackson.

Inscription: SALLY A. PEPPER. / BORN MAY 24, 1818 / DIED JAN. 24, 1892

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave
    Memorial# 19968965.
  2.   Tibbetts, Jean. Reflections: 1988-1991; The Jackson Family. (Great Falls Historical Society, Great Falls, Virginia, 1991)
    Page 39.

    Author's source: "Life of James W. Jackson", Richmond, West & Johnson, 1862. (In Virginia State Historical Society collection, Richmond, Virginia.)