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

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  • ID: I7003
  • Name: William JACKSON
  • Given Name: William
  • Surname: Jackson 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 4 Sep 1628 in Kirkby, Lonsdale, Westmorland, England 3
  • Christening: 4 Sep 1628 Kirkby, Lonsdale, Westmorland, England
  • Death: 24 Jul 1688 in Coleraine, Co. Londonderry & Dublin 4 5 6 7
  • Burial: Jul 1688 Killowen Churchyard, Parish Church of Coleraine
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note: Drebbetts in 1835 and 1840 says that it was Thomas JACKSO N who married Susanna BERESFORD. This does not agree with o ther sources.
  • Event: Death
  • Note:
    Beetham Funeral Entries.
    http://www.thesilverbowl.com/history/JACKSON-William-1688.h tml
    William departed this mortall life at Coleraine afforesai d the twenty-fourth day of July one thousand six hundred ei ghty and eight, and was inter'd the one and thirteenth da y of the same month in the Parish Church of Coleraine. Th e truth of the premises is testified by the Subscription o f the above names Samuel Jackson brother of the Defunct, wh o returned this Certificate to be recorded in the Office o f Sir Richard Carney Knt Ulster King of Arms of all Irelan d the 22nd day of September Anno Domini 1688.
  • Education:
  • Note:
    JACKSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at ST JOHN'S, Feb.
    13, 1644-5. S. of Richard (1619), R. of Whittington, Lanes.
    B. at Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland. Schools, Sedbergh
    (Mr Nelson) and Kirkby Lonsdale (Mr Tatham). B.A. 1648-9.
    Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 6, 1647. Of Coleraine, London-
    derry, Esq. Died July 24, 1688. Buried at Coleraine. For
    funeral certificate see Genealogist, N.S., xxxv. no. Father
    of William (1688). Presumably brother of Francis (1649)
    and Leonard (1668) though these are not mentioned in the
    certificate.
    SOURCE: 

  • Education:
  • Note:
    Thanks to Jan Waugh:
    to the College of St. John the Evangelist in the Universit y of Cambridge
    http://archive.org/stream/admissionstocol00goog#page/n113/ mode/1up/search/jackson 
    1644/5
    William Jackson, of Kirbye Lounsdale, Westmorland, son of R ichard Jackson, rector of Whittington, Lancashire; bred a t Sedburgh (Mr Nelson) and Kirby Lounsdale (Mr Tattham); ad mitted sizar for his tutor and surety Dominus Howsman, 13 F ebr. aet. 16.

    GRAY'S INN
    The register of admissions to Gray's inn, 1521-1889, togeth er with the register of marriages in Gray's inn chapel, 169 5-1754
    https://archive.org/stream/registerofadmiss00gray#page/246 /mode/1up 
    Adm. 6 Nov 1647 William Jackson of Wittington, co Lancaster , gent.
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note: This could be him or his son: 17 May 1684 Letter from Iris h Society [10 signatures] to John Lord Massereene enclosin g a copy of Mrs Squire's list of Arrears due and asks hel p in collecting same in Londonderry and Coleraine. The writ er's express the hope that "the fall of Woods" is stopped i n spite of Mrs Davis' pessimism and they report that Mr Row ley and Capt. Jackson were ordered, on 22nd April, to obe y Lord Massereene on use of wood. SOURCE: PRONI MIC500/2
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note:
    Jackson Hall:
    This castle of Coleraine was on the west side
    of the Bann within the grounds of Jackson Hall, or the
    Manor House, and was a sore thorn in the side of the Iris h ;
    hence the Four Masters record that 1221 "The son of
    Hugh de Lacy came to Ireland without the consent of the
    King of England and joined Hugh O'Neill. Both set out
    to oppose the English of Ireland, and first they went to
    Coleraine where they demolished the castle."
    https://archive.org/stream/historicalaccoun04olav/historica laccoun04olav_djvu.txt
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note: I have visited the Killowen graveyard, and saw no gravemark er. He may have been buried with the Beresfords.
  • _UID: 594AF5DE5F77480482DF76169B1F5B2FC920
  • Change Date: 1 Dec 2016 at 07:55



    Father: Richard JACKSON b: 1602 in Kirkby, Lonsdale, Co. Westmorland, England
    Mother: Dorothy OTWAY b: Abt 1605 in Probably Kirkby Lonsdale c: 3 Nov 1605 in Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmoreland, England

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth STAPLES
    • Married: 26 Nov 1657 in St. Columb's Church Aka Derry Cathedral, Londonderry 8
    • Change Date: 22 Mar 2016

    Marriage 2 Susan BERESFORD
    • Married: Abt 1665 9
    • Event: Marriage
    • Note: PRONI D668/2 Conveyance in trust of Rent between Wm Jackso n, Killowen and SirTristram Beresford, Coleraine. Charge o f 200 p.a. following a marriage settlement with Susana Ber esford of part of Clothworkers Manor, Barony of Coleraine . 4 January 1665
    • Change Date: 11 Jul 2016
    Children
    1. Has Children William JACKSON b: Bet 1665 and 1668 in Of Coleraine
    2. Has No Children Samuel JACKSON b: Bef 1668
    3. Has No Children Otway JACKSON b: Aft 1668
    4. Has Children Jane JACKSON b: Aft 1668
    5. Has No Children Beresford JACKSON b: Aft 1668
    6. Has Children Rose JACKSON b: Aft 1668
    7. Has No Children John JACKSON b: Aft 1668
    8. Has Children Richard JACKSON b: 4 Aug 1673 in Whittington, Lonsdale, Westmorland, England c: 21 Aug 1673 in Whittington Parish Church
    9. Has Children Thomas JACKSON b: 1680 in Coleraine, Co. Derry, Ireland

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Coleraine in by-gone centuries
      Title: Coleraine in by-gone centuries
      Author: Rev. T.H. Mullin. D.D.
      Publication: Name: Century Services, 1976;
      Page: 59
      Quality: 3
      Text: In 1673, a dispute between Captain William Jackson, tenan t of theClothworkers Estate, and the town [of Coleraine].
    2. Abbrev: Coleraine in by-gone centuries
      Title: Coleraine in by-gone centuries
      Author: Rev. T.H. Mullin. D.D.
      Publication: Name: Century Services, 1976;
      Page: 106-107
      Quality: 3
      Text: In the spring of 1663, William Jackson obtained a lease o f theClothworker's lands on
    3. Abbrev: John Cameron Ward's Genealogy site
      Title: John Cameron Ward's Genealogy site
      Repository:
        Name: http://www.wardjc.com/people/p000017p.htm#I17137

      Quality: 3
      Text: No source given for birth date.
    4. Abbrev: Probated Will
      Title: Probated Will
    5. Abbrev: T.G.F. Patterson
      Title: T.G.F. Patterson
      Quality: 3
      Text: Notebook # 5 Page 21 -
      Per will made 9 June 1697; proved 5 Sept 1697
      W. Jackson of Dublin, Merchant; wife Rose
      On front - 18 Sept 1688 of Commission to swear Susanna JACK SON widow &executrix of will of W. JACKSON of Coleraine es q in trust for his minor children William, Richard, Beresfo rd, John, Thomas, Otway, Rose& Jane directed to Richard LYN AM, Patrick GORDAN & Henry ARKWRIGHT -all of Coleraine
    6. Abbrev: Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilization
      Title: Manuscript Sources for the History of Irish Civilization
      Author: Hayes
      Repository:
        Name: National Library, Dublin

      Quality: 3
      Text: Genealogical Office. MS 96
      p.79. Funeral certificate of William Jackson of Coleraine , Co.Londonderry died July 24, 1688
    7. Abbrev: TGF Paterson ms collection, Notebook #5
      Title: TGF Paterson ms collection, Notebook #5
      Publication: Name: Notes done by Tenison Arthur Groves;
      Repository:
        Name: Armagh County Museum

      Page: 17
      Quality: 3
      Text: Per will made 24 January 1686/7 proved 29 Oct 1688
      Wm Jackson of Coleraine, Londonderry
      Settlement of 23-24 June 1679 of estate in England & Irelan d on eldest son William charged with 500 for 2nd son Richa rd when 21 altered nowb y ordering that Richard should hav e lands in Manor of Kirby Lonsdale in England
      500 to each younger child
      My leases of Manors of Mercers & Clothworkers
      Wife to be guardian of children till sons be 21 & daughter s 18
      & to be executrix & to her use of Mansion House [?]
      [?] my brother Samuel Jackson & Henry Arkwright
      The latter if in my service
      Probate 29 Oct 1698 to Susan Jackson widow Executrix testat or
      Probate 6 May 1694 since Susan has married again
      Robert Staples of Liss Co. Londonderry [?] saving rights of
      Jn Otway of [?] Co. York Kt Jn Bayley of Dublin City [Merch ant?]
      Tho Skipton of Skipton Hall, Co. Londonderry
    8. Abbrev: Parish Register Society of Dublin Register of Derry Cathedral, Parishof Templemore, Londonderry 1642-1703
      Title: Parish Register Society of Dublin Register of Derry Cathedr al, Parishof Templemore, Londonderry 1642-1703
      Author: Preface by Rev. Richard Hayes.
      Publication: Name: Parish Register Society of Dublin 1910.;
      Text: The banes between Cornett William JACKSON and Mrs. Elizabet h STAPLES,of this citty, have been published three market d ays att Roscrea.
      The marriage of Cornett William JACKSON and Mrs Elizabeth S TAPLES was solemnized before John GODBOLD, Esqr, Recorder o f Londondery (Sr Baptist STAPLES, Lieutenant SKIPTON and ot hers being present) att London Dery the twenty sixt of Nove mber 1657
      NOTE: This is the first wife of William JACKSON (1628-1688) . ElizabethSTAPLES died without issue & William?s second wi fe was SusanBERESFORD.
    9. Abbrev: PRONI
      Title: PRONI
      Text: D668/2
      Conveyance in trust of Rent between Wm Jackson, Killowen an d SirTristram Beresford, Coleraine. Charge of 200 p.a. fol lowing a marriage settlement with Susana Beresford of par t of ClothworkersManor, Barony of Coleraine. 4 January 1665
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