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  1. Earl Charles Fredrick Jackson: Birth: 25 MAY 1880 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS. Death: 03 MAR 1950 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS

  2. Eunice B. Jackson: Birth: 01 JUN 1882 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS. Death: 06 JAN 1883 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS

  3. Roy James Clement Jackson: Birth: 17 MAR 1884 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS. Death: 19 MAY 1960 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS


Sources
1. Title:   Ezekiel J. Jackson Family Genealogy
2. Title:   Donna J. Skidmore Barlow
3. Title:   Photo - James S. Jackson
4. Title:   1860 IN Census - James S. Jackson
Page:   1860 IN Census located by Paid Subscription by Merrie Lynn Frame Rue Smith at Internet Web Site: http://www.ancestry.com on May 8, 2004
5. Title:   1870 KS Census - James S. Jackson
Page:   1870 KS Census located by Paid Subscription by Merrie Lynn Frame Rue Smith at Internet Web Site: http://www.ancestry.com on June 4, 2004
6. Title:   1875 KS State Census - James S. Jackson
Page:   1875 KS State Census located by Paid Subscription by Merrie Lynn Frame Rue Smith at Internet Web Site: http://www.ancestry.com on May 31, 2007
7. Title:   Obituaries - James S. Jackson
Page:   The Valley Falls Vindicator, Valley Falls, Kansas - February 1888

Notes
a. Note:   5. James S. JACKSON b. Monday, November 29, 1852 in Georgetown Ridge, Dearborn Co., IN. Son of Ezekiel J. JACKSON, JR. and Anna SMITH. James married Cynthia Carolyn BROWN on January 15, 1879 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS. James d. Saturday, February 11, 1888 at 35 Years 2 Months 10 Days of age in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS and was interred on Tuesday, February 15, 1888 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS. Cynthia d. Monday, September 10, 1934 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS and was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS. James and Cynthia had the following children:
  1. Earl Charles Fredrick JACKSON b. May 25, 1880 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS d. March 3, 1950 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS and was buried at Farrah Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS 2. Eunice B. JACKSON b. June 1, 1882 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS d. January 6, 1883 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS and was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS 3. Roy James Clement JACKSON b. March 17, 1884 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS d. May 19, 1960 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS and was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co., KS ********** 1860 IN CENSUS: Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants in MILLER TWP. in the County of DEARBORN, State of INDIANA enumerated by me on the 16TH day of July 1860, JACOB P. DUNN, Ass't Marshall. Post Office: LAURENCEBURGH, INDIANA. Page 146, Image Page: 147, Roll: M653-252, Image: 146 of 633, Line 1-9.
  978/1075 JACKSON, EZEKIEL 33 M FARMER Value of Real Estate: --; Value of Personal Estate: $700; Place of Birth: INDIANA JACKSON, ANN 35 F; Place of Birth: ENGLAND JACKSON, James S. 7 M; Place of Birth: INDIANA JACKSON, CHAS H. 5 M; Place of Birth: INDIANA JACKSON, RHODA 2 F; Place of Birth: INDIANA EVANS, MARTHA J. 17 F; Place of Birth: INDIANA EVANS, KATE A. 15 F; Place of Birth: INDIANA EVANS, WM. H. 13 M; Place of Birth: INDIANA JACKSON, RHODA 78 F; Place of Birth: MARYLAND ********** 1870 KS CENSUS: Schedule 1. - Free Inhabitants in Grashopper Falls Township in the County of Jefferson, State of Kansas, Post Office - Oskaloosa. Page 27 & 28, Images: 185 & 186, Roll M593_435, Stamped Census Pages 355 & 356 , 27 & 28 of 49, Lines 34-41. Enumerated by me, on the 14TH day of June 1870. J. D. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Marshall.
  190/199 TEBOW, George 31 M W FARMER; Value of Real Estate: $--; Value of Personal Property: $300; Birth: OH; Constitutional Relations - Male Citizen of U.S. of 21 Yrs of Age and Upwards? YES TEBOW, Martha J. 27 F W KEEPING HOUSE; Birth: IN TEBOW, Henry T. 7 M W; Birth: OH TEBOW, Liuis R. 4 M W; Birth: IN TEBOW, Thomas L. 2 M W; Birth OH TEBOW, Bertha 5/12 F W; Birth: OH; If Born Within The Year State Month: JUNE JACKSON, James 17 M W; Birth: IN JACKSON, Charles H. 15 M W FARM LABORER; Birth: IN ********** 1875 KS STATE CENSUS: Schedule 1-Inhabitants in the TOWNSHIP of DELAWARE in the County of JEFFERSON in the State of Kansas on the 1st day of MARCH 1875. Post Office: VALLEY FALLS. J. B. SCHAEFFER, Assessor. Image 7 of 20, Roll: ks1875_9, Page 73, Lines Lines 37-39, Date: March 1, 1875.
  81 J. S. JACKSON 22 M W FARMER; Value of Real Estate: $1,000; Value of Personal Property: $250; Birth: IN; Where From Kansas? IN Rhoda JACKSON 17 F W FARMER; Birth: IN; Where From Kansas? IN; Attended School During the Year? YES Mag. JACKSON 15 F W FARMER; Birth: IN; Where From Kansas? IN; Attended School During the Year? YES ********** From a conversation with Patricia Tebow Maddox, Murrayville, Indiana - She said James had a racetrack outside Valley Falls, Kansas and bred and raced Hambletonian trotters and prize hogs. The Hambletonian Race Track in New York is named for this breed which was one of the first trotters in the United States. ********** EXCERPTS FROM INTERNET E-MAIL TO MERRIE LYNN FRAME RUE SMITH FROM DONNA J. SKIDMORE BARLOW DATED JULY 19, 2001:
  "They lived an interesting life after they got to Valley Falls. -- my friend in Topeka that knows the area like the back of his hand can't place where James S. Jackson's race track was, his mother remembers James' wife Cynthia, took me forever to realize she and my aunt were talking about Cynthia when they were speaking of Grandma Jackson. I was raised in Cynthia and James house, where I might add Cynthia's brother "slit his throat from ear to ear" quoting the newspaper article." (YEARS EARLIER BEFORE I LIVED THERE--Donna) ********** PHOTO:
  JAMES S. JACKSON: James S. Jackson (1852-1888). Son of Ezekiel J. and Anna Smith (Evans) Jackson, Jr. Photo supplied by Donna J. Skidmore Barlow. James S. Jackson b. 29 Nov 1852 d. 11 Feb 1888. Parents: Ezekiel and Anna Smith Evans ********** OBITUARY: The Valley Falls Vindicator, Valley Falls, Kansas - February 1888
  The subject of this sketch, was born in Dearborn County, Indiana, November 29, 1852. Died near Valley Falls, Kan., Feb. 11th, 1888, was 35 years, 3 months and 12 days old.
  He was left an orphan at the early age of 9 years, His mother soon after, with the rest of the family, emmigrated to Kansas; from this on, the responsibility of the home and fireside fell on the young boys shoulders, and well he performed his part through hard work and strict attention to business. He gathered together a goodly portion of this worlds goods, first buying out the heirs to the old homestead, and since then has added a number of acres, and with the prospects ahead to enjoy life with. Thus we are reminded that life is uncertain and death sure. The hands that cared for a widowed mother, and fed and gave a home to orphan sisters. The hands that made a home for his wife and children, and hewed out and left for himself a name without one blot or blemish to blur or mar it. These hands are forever at rest. Strictly temperate, he belonged to no church, but was a firm believer in a life after this, when men would be judged by their deeds and not be their pretentions. Loved by many and respected by all. Such a man was J. S. Jackson. The funeral was preached at the family residence Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1888. Rev. Hill officiating.
  A large and sympathizing concorus of friends and neighbors assembled together to mingle their tears of tender sympathy and to pay their last sad tribute of respect to the orphan, the brother, the father and friend. We cannot understand in this life why it is that a father of is torn away from his children and from his dear companion, just at a time when the care of and loving protection a father is so much needed, but God has a purpose in all things, and it may be to bring our affections closer and more firmly to him, and we bow submissively to the hand that doeth all thngs well and in the words of the poet we can think of none more appropriate than these:
  A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is still, A place is vacant in our home That never can be filled. God in his wisdom has recalled The boon his love had given, And though the body moulders here His soul is safe in Heaven. A Friend. ** The following obituary should have appeared two weeks since, but through some inadvertency was lost, hence the delay.
  Obituary Died, of Pneumonia, Feb. 11, 1888, James S. Jackson, aged 35 years 2 months and 12 days. The funeral took place at his late residence, Feb. 14 services conducted by Rev. HIll. Mr. Jackson was born in Dearborn County Ind., Nov. 29, 1852. He came to Kansas with his mother, brothers and sisters in 1870 and was married to Miss Cyntha Brown Jan. 16, 1879.
  He was an energetic and successful farmer and stock raiser, highly respected by all who knew him. He leaves a wife and two sons (a little daughter having preceeded him to the spirit world about 5 years since), a brother and 2 sisters in Colorado and two sisters in this state, who have the sympathy of a large circle of acquaintances in their sad bereavment. A Neighbor. ** Jas. S. Jackson, died at his home, the 11th inst, of pneumonia age 35 years. He leaves a wife, two children and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. His funeral was preached at the family residence Tuesday, Rev. Hill officiating and the remains were followed to their last resting, at Rose Hill, by a large procession of relatives and friends. ********** James S. JACKSON ANCESTRAL RECORD:
  Paternal: (1) Ezekiel J. JACKSON, JR. and 1/Rhoda WOOTERS and 2/Anna SMITH; (2) Ezekiel J. JACKSON, SR. and Rhoda GOODWIN; (3) John Harrison JACKSON, SR. and Chesephia ???;
  Maternal: (1) Anna SMITH and 1/Hugh EVANS and 2/Ezekiel J. JACKSON, JR.; (2) James SMITH and Jane SMITH; ********** Ref: Birth Record Information (94) Obituary - "The Valley Falls Vindicator", Valley Falls, Kansas - Death Record Information (94 and 95) Obituary - "The Valley Falls Vindicator", Valley Falls, Kansas and Tombstone and Burial Book by The Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Oskaloosa, KS - Burial Information (101) Obituary - "The Valley Falls Vindicator", Valley Falls, Kansas as referenced within the Ezekiel J. Jackson Family Genealogy sourced and compiled by Donna J. Skidmore Barlow, Benbrook, TX and received on July 3, 2001; Internet E-mail received from Donna Barlow dated July 19, 2001; Copies of Obituaries printed in The Valley Falls Vindicator, Valley Falls, KS and forwarded by Donna J. Skidmore Barlow, Benbrook, TX on July 3, 2001; Photo provided by Donna J. Skidmore Barlow, Benbrook, TX on July 3, 2001; 1860 IN Census located by Paid Subscription by Merrie Lynn Frame Rue Smith at Internet Web Site: http://www.ancestry.com on May 8, 2004; 1870 KS Census located by Paid Subscription by Merrie Lynn Frame Rue Smith at Internet Web Site: http://www.ancestry.com on June 4, 2004; 1875 KS State Census located by Paid Subscription by Merrie Lynn Frame Rue Smith at Internet Web Site: http://www.ancestry.com on May 31, 2007


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