Northern Irish & Northern English Roots: JACKSONs & ODDIES & BROWNES & others

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  • ID: I190
  • Name: James JACKSON
  • Given Name: James
  • Surname: Jackson 1
  • Name: Jemmie
  • Given Name: Jemmie
  • Surname:
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 24 Oct 1850 in Urker Lodge, Crossmaglen, Creggan, Co. Armagh
  • Christening: First Newtownhamilton Church
  • Death: 6 Jan 1925 in Zoar Lodge, Omeath, 2 3
  • _UID: 3034913C1DEC483D9F5BCD160A26BE850FC7
  • Change Date: 21 Jun 2015 at 14:32



    Father: David JACKSON b: 4 Feb 1814 in Urker Lodge, Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh
    Mother: Elizabeth OLIVER b: 10 Apr 1815 in Probably Killinure, Co. Armagh

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Sarah BROWNE b: 6 Feb 1847
    • Married: 13 Oct 1886 in Haynestown Church, Blackrock, Dundalk 4 5
    • Change Date: 22 Mar 2016

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: McNeil Family Tree from Dr. Thomas McNEIL
      Title: McNeil Family Tree from Dr. Thomas McNEIL
      Quality: 3
      Text: His wife ... Sarah was well known for her concern and car e of thepoor, and it was she who ran the farm that had bee n bought for them byJemmie's brother Sir Thomas Jackson. Je mmie was apparently somewhatineffectual.
    2. Abbrev: Death notice stored in Browne family bible at Gilford Castle
      Title: Death notice stored in Browne family bible at Gilford Castle
      Quality: 3
      Text: In Loviong remembrance of James Jackson who died 6th Januar y, 1925,aged 76 years. Zoar Lodge, Omeath. Formerly of Urke r, Crossmaglen.
    3. Abbrev: 1911 Census
      Title: 1911 Census
      Quality: 3
      Text: He was shown to be age 65 and his wife to be 63. They wer e residentsof House #3 in Logmoylin, Creggan Lower, Armagh . He was listed as Church of Ireland and she was listed a s Presbyterian. They had beenmarried for 27 years and had n o children. A servant and a farmlabourer also lived with th em. His occupation was "farmer". It was described as a firs t class house, with 7 rooms and he was also the owner of th e house.
    4. Abbrev: Mary McNeil Charts
      Title: Mary McNeil Charts
    5. Abbrev: Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin, Ireland)
      Title: Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin , Ireland)
      Text: Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin , Ireland),Thursday, October 14, 1886
      JACKSON and BROWNE - At Haynestown Church, Blackrock, Dunda lk, by theRev Mr Kinch, James Jackson, fourth son of Davi d Jackson, Esq. UrkerLodge, Crossmaglen, to Elizabeth Sarah , second daughter of the RevDaniel Gunn Browne, Newholland , Keady, county Armagh.
      [NOTES from Wendy JACK: Although no marriage date is given , it isprobably 13 Oct 1886. We had 13 Oct 1866, which pu t James' age atmarriage as 16. The source for this date wa s Burke's Peerage &Baronetage; Mary Cumiskey also gave th e 1866 date in her article onSir Thomas Jackson in the Jour nal of the Creggan Local HistorySociety, but was probably u sing Burke as her source.]
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