Person:Thomas Jackson (202)

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m. 20 Jun 1839
  1. James Jackson - 1921
  2. George JacksonABT 1840 -
  3. James JacksonABT 1843 - 1921
  4. Thomas JacksonABT 1844 -
  5. Charles JacksonABT 1848 -
  6. Mary Jane JacksonABT 1851 -
  7. Anne Jackson1853 -
  8. Malissa A JacksonABT 1856 - 1919
  9. John JacksonABT 1857 - 1879
  10. Isaac J Jackson1874 - 1938
  • HThomas JacksonABT 1844 -
  • WMary PropetABT 1845 -
m. 9 Nov 1865
  1. Charles H Jackson1869 - 1905
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[1] ABT 1844 Marion Co., VA (now West Virginia)
Marriage 9 Nov 1865 Harrison Co., West Virginiato Mary Propet

Marion County proper was created by an act of the Virginia Assembly on January 14, 1842, from parts of Monongalia and Harrison Counties

West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 Name: Thomas Jackson Gender: Male Birth Date: abt 1844 Age: 21 Spouse's Name: Mary Propet Spouse Gender: Female Spouse Age: 20 Marriage Date: 9 Nov 1865 Marriage Place: Harrison, West Virginia Father's name: Robt Jackson Mother's name: Pheobe Jackson Spouse Father's Name: Elias Propet Spouse Mother's Name: Christiana Propet

West Virginia, Compiled Marriage Records, 1863-1900 Name: Thomas Jackson Gender: Male Spouse: Mary Propst Spouse Gender: Female Marriage Date: 9 Nov 1865 County: Harrison State: West Virginia

References
  1. West Virginia, United States. Vital Research Records Search Selection. (West Virginia, United States: West Virginia Archives and History), Nov 1865Harrison County Marriage Records.

    http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=253223&Type=Marriage
    Thomas is 21; born in Marion Co., parents Robt. Jackson and Pheobe Jackson
    Mary is 20; born in Harrison Co., parents Elias Propet and Christiana Propet

  2.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432).

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  3.   United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M653), District 1, Marion Co., VA (now West Virginia).