Title: Gitte Priscilla Collins JACKSON's research
Title: Times Wills 13 Mar 1954
Title: Wendy Jack
Title: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
Title: Birthday book of Jeannie Moorhead
Title: 1891 Census of England
Title: The Tiimes
Title: The Times
Page: 27 January 1919
Publication: Name: London, England;
Note: Became 2nd Baronet SOURCE: SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE 1, JANUARY 1918, p. 17"Awarded a Bar to the Distinguished Service Order. Maj. and Bt.Lt.-Col. Sir Thomas Dare Jackson, Bart., M.V.O., D.S.O., R. Lanc. R." SOURCE: email Brian McDonald Feb 8, 2003: "Sir Thomas Dare Jackson,2nd BT. DSO and bar (1918) MVO (1912) JP (Suffolk) DL. ...: Boer War1901-2 (dispatches twice, Queens Medal, five clasps) Adj. 1902-05, ADCto GOC Southern Army India 1906-08; Asst mil Sec to GOC Gibraltar1910-1914; WW1 (dispatches three times); T/Lt COl. 1914-1915; T/Brig.Gen. and Brigade Commander 1915-16; Commanded a brigade of theManchester Regiment, 1916-17; Hon Brig. General 1919; Col late KORR(Lancaster); ... Student at Cheltenham. Source: 1891 Census of England (thanks to WendyJack) Birth Notice - 7 Feb 1921; pg 1 JACKSON. - On the 3rd Feb., 1921, at Herringfleet Hall, Lowestoft, thewife of BRIG.-GEN. SIR THOMAS D. JACKSON, Bt., D.S.O., M.V.O. (lateThe King's Own Royal Regiment), of a son. TIMES Birth Notice - 9 Feb 1922; pg 1 JACKSON. - On the 6th Feb., at Herringfleet Hall, Lowestoft, the wifeof BRIG.-GEN. SIR T. D. JACKSON (late King's Own Royal Regt.), of ason. The Times (London) - Obituary - 9 Feb 1954; pg 9 BRIG.-GEN. SIR THOMAS JACKSON Brigadier-General Sir Thomas Dare Jackson, Bt., D.S.O., M.V.O., diedon Sunday while visiting New Zealand. He was 77. The eldest son of Sir Thomas Jackson, first Baronet, and Amelia Lydia,daugher of George Julius Dare, R.N., of Dorset, he was born on June14, 1876, and was educated at Cheltenham. He was gazetted in theKing's Own Royal Regiment in 1897 and served in the South African War,being twice mentioned in dispatches and awarded the Queen's Medal withfive clasps. He was awarded the D.S.O. in 1902. In 1901 he waspromoted captain and from 1902 to 1905 he was adjutant of hisregiment, subsequently holding the appointments of A.D.C. to theG.O.C., Southern Army, India, in 1906-08, and Assistant MilitarySecretary to the G.O.C., Gibraltar, in 1910-14. He was made M.V.O. in1912. He died while on a world cruise. He hadn't been well, after beinggassed in WWI. In 1914 he was promoted major and he served in the 1914-18 War,commanding the 1st Battalion of his regiment for one year and then commanding the 11th Battalion, The Manchester Regiment, in 1916 and1917. He then took command of 55 Infantry Brigade for a year andretired in 1919 with the rank of brigadier-general. During the war hewas three times mentioned in dispatches, and in 1918 he was awarded a bar to the D.S.O. In 1925 he was made a justice of the peace forSuffolk and in 1942 he was appointed a deputy lieutenant for thecounty. He succeeded his father as second baronet in 1915. He married in 1919 Mary Lilian Vera Massy, daughter ofBrigadier-General Samuel Eyre Massy Lloyd, C.D.E., of Ipswich, andthere were two sons and a daughter of the marriage. One son waskilled in action in 1944 and the other was drowned while bathing in1943, and the baronetcy therefore devolves upon his brother, MajorGeorge Julius Jackson, who was born in 1883 and married in 1909 NestaKatherine, daughter of Hedworth Trelawny Barclay, of Gaddesby Hall,Leicestershire. Death Notice - 9 Feb 1954; pg 1 JACKSON. - On Sunday, Feb. 7, 1954, suddenly, whilst visiting NewZealand, BRIG.-GEN. SIR THOMAS DARE JACKSON, Baronet, D.S.O., M.V.O.,D.L., of Herringfleet Hall, Lowestoft, Suffolk. Forthcoming Marriage Notice - 24 Jan 1919; pg 11 SIR THOMAS DARE JACKSON AND MISS LLOYD. The wedding of Sir Thomas Dare Jackson and Miss Massy Lloyd will takeplace to-morrow at the church of St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, at 2. Forthcoming Marriage Notice - 17 Dec 1918; pg 11 SIR THOMAS DARE JACKSON, D.S.O., AND MISS MASSY LLOYD. A marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place, betweenBrevet Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Thomas Dare Jackson, Bt., D.S.O.,M.V.O., the King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), eldest son of thelate Sir Thomas Jackson, Bt., and of Lady Jackson, of Stansted House,Essex, and Vera, elder daughter of Brigadier-General S. E. MassyLloyd, Suffolk Regiment, and Mrs. Massy Lloyd, 3, Orwell-terrace,Dovercourt, Essex. Marriage Notice - 27 Jan 1919; pg 11 LIEUTENANT-COLONEL SIR T. D. JACKSON, D.S.O., AND MISS MASSY LLOYD The wedding was solemnized at St. Mary-le-Tower Church, Ipswich, onSaturday, of Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Thomas Dare Jackson, Bt.,D.S.O., M.V.O., King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, son of the lateSir Thomas and of Lady Jackson, Stansted House, Essex, and Mary LilianVera Massy Lloyd, daughter of Brigadier-General S. E. Massy Lloyd,commanding the Dovercourt Section, Harwich Garrison, of WestwoodHouse, Ipswich. Many officers were present. The bride wore a plainivory-white satin dress, with Brussels lace train slung from theshoulders, and a wreath of orange-blossoms. The Rev. John Reay, M.C.,Chaplain to the Regiment, officiated, assisted by the Bishop of St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich, Canon Douglas Hamilton, and the Rev. FrancisPaynter and the Rev. Norris Huntley. The bridesmaids were Miss Avriland Miss Mary Massy Lloyd, Miss Meryl and Miss Joyce Jackson, MissKathleen Lloyd, and Miss Evelyn Chamier. They wore cream satin. Thebride and bridegroom left in a carriage sent by the Harwich garrisonand attended by officer outriders and postilions. [Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW] He left an estate valued at �92,543.
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