Descendants of George Jackson and Nancy Richardson Adams
Children of Nancy Adams and George Jackson are:
+ 2 i. Andrew Richardson2 Jackson, born 16 May 1815 in Muskingum County, Ohio; died 30 August 1876 in San Francisco, California.
3 ii. Lucy Ann Jackson, born 01 April 1817 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.
Lucy Ann Jackson was unmarried at the death of her father, George Jackson. He willed her part of the home place in Zanesville, Ohio. She moved to California with her brother Andrew. It seems she never married as she was single doing missionary work in 1880. (Lucy A. Jackson, age 63, born in Ohio is a boarder in the home of Sarah Hall in San Francisco County on 9 June 1880. She is single doing missionary work). She has been referred to as Susan Ann Jackson but this was probably an error by whomever copied the Bible record.
+ 4 iii. Sophia Jackson, born 16 May 1819 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.
Generation No. 2
2.Andrew Richardson2 Jackson (Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 16 May 1815 in Muskingum County, Ohio, and died 30 August 1876 in San Francisco, California. He married Margaret Clark Mitchell 16 May 1837 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, daughter of Robert Mitchell and Catherine. She was born 09 January 1821 in Zanesville, Ohio, and died 13 April 1895 in San Francisco, California.
His birth and death date are recorded in the family Bible belonging to Daniel Schmidt, sent to Nancy Jackson via email 7/2/06:
“Andrew Richardson Jackson Born May 16, 1815. Muskingum Co. Ohio.”
“Andrew R. Jackson died August 20 1876 in the City of San Francisco Cal aged 61 years.”
Sacramento Evening Bee , 1 Sept 1876: Jackson, died in San Francisco Aug 30, Andrew R. Jackson, aged 61 years. (San Francisco. GenWeb)
San Francisco Call : Andrew R. Jackson died 1876 age 61 (1876D-1753)
Under his death date, A. B. Jackson is listed on Mortuary Report from Bishop’s 1876 San Francisco City Directory. Official list of names, age, occupation and date of death of all adult males whose deaths were reported to the board of health during the year 1876.
(Thank you to Charles Herbert Crooksen for his donation of this data).
“Andrew Jackson studied law and was admitted to the bar in Zanesville in 1838. He at times taught school, studied surveying, and was elected justice of the Zanesville in 1847. He also served the people as Surveyor, Street Commissioner, and Supervisor of Roads. He married Margaret C. Mitchell, a daughter of Dr. Robert Mitchell, May 10, 1837, Rev. W. H. Beecher officiating. Andrew Jackson sold the farm he owned on the Newark road to the County Commissioners for an Infirmary farm, and purchased the interest of Dr. William Cullum in the drug store of Merrick and Cullum.”
“In 1852 he emigrated to California, and was engaged in the State principally, in the surveying and teaching school. He also served two terms in the Legislature of that State, and died there about two years ago , leaving a wife and several children. Mr. Jackson had a splendid chance to become a wealthy man, but he permitted the golden opportunity to pass unimproved. One of his sisters married in Zanesville, James Boyl, a lawyer by profession, admitted to the Zanesville Bar in 1836, and elected County Surveyor from Muskingum county and served from 1839 to 1845. Two sisters of Andrew Jackson are living in California.”
“His entry in the 1850 census, City of Zanesville, 2nd Ward indicated the following lived with him: Margaret (which would be his wife – maiden name unknown), age 30, birthplace; OH; Melvina, age 12 b. OH; Charles, age 10, b. OH; and Lucy Jackson, age 33, b. OH (see Susan Ann). No further factual data is available on this family. Andrew left Zanesville in 1852 for California, and the only further reference to him is mentioned in a local Zanesville paper of 1889 (this has to be a mistake, because he died in 1876) that a letter had been received from him from California. This article also stated his two sisters were living with him in California “ … inasmuch as one sister, SOPHIA, is known to have lived and died in Houston, Texas, this mention is subject to doubt by this writer”. (McCutcheon) [Andrew seems to have had three sisters – Susan Ann, Lucy Ann and Sophia. – Dan].
George Jackson willed Andrew in addition to a tract of land that had already been given him, enough money to educate him as a lawyer, physician or merchant.
The 1860 U. S. Census of Sacramento Ward 4, Sacramento County, CA has the following entry: (M653_63, p. 556)
2248/2181 And R Jackson 45 schoolteacher, personal prop: 1500, born OH
M C 40 OH
M P 21 teacher
Lucy A. Jackson age 42 born OH (b. 1817 this would be his sister)
1870 Census they were living in Kern County, Bakersfield, CA (on 25th August…M593_73, p. 362, Im 103)
2/2 Jackson Andrew 55, Civil Engineer 2000/1000 born in Ohio
Margaret 49 KH OH
Lucy Jackson 53 school teacher born in OH
One unnamed person age 67, male, ship maker, born in Maine
Andrew was gone by 1880 and Margaret was living with her daughter.
Lucy A. Jackson, age 63, born in Ohio is a boarder in the home of Sarah Hall in San Francisco County on 9 June 1880. She is single doing missionary work. (T9-78, p. 86c).
Margaret’s birth and death date are recorded in the family Bible belonging to Daniel Schmidt, sent to Nancy Jackson via email 7/2/06.
“Margaret Clark Mitchell his wife was born Jan 9th 1821 Zanesville, O.”
“Margaret C. Jackson – wife of A. R. Jackson died Sat April 13th at 5 minutes past 12 p.m. at the residence of her daughter M. P. Cady in Oakland – aged 74years 3 months 4 days.”
Marriage Notes for Andrew Jackson and Margaret Mitchell:
Bible: Andrew Richardson Jackson & Margaret Clark Mitchell were married in Zanesville, Ohio May 16th 1837 by Rev. M. Bucher.”
Children of Andrew Jackson and Margaret Mitchell are:
+ 5 i. Malvina Peyton3 Jackson, born 31 October 1838 in Fulton Farm, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio; died 21 September 1917 in California.
+ 6 ii. Charles Goddard Jackson, born 09 June 1840 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.
4.Sophia2 Jackson (Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 16 May 1819 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. She married (1) Charles G. Cargille 1834 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. She married (2) James Boyle 15 March 1840 in Ohio. He was born 09 June 1815 in Delaware, and died in Houston, Texas.
James was a lawyer by profession, admitted to the Zanesville Bar in 1836, and elected County Surveyor from Muskingum county [OH] and served from 1839 to 1845.
“From then on her life closely paralleled that of her husband. She out lived him, maintaining her residence in Houston, TX. There her mind continued to be alert, writing articles for the newspaper in her old age.” (McCutcheon)
“The first date James Boyle, husband of Sophia Jackson, appears his admittance to the Zanesville Bar in 1836, at the age of 21. He was elected county surveyor from 1839-1845. In the summer of 1844 he took his three degrees in Masonic work at what by 1958 standards appears to be a rather rapid rate (3 months), and one month after receiving the 3rd degree he gets a dimit (sic) -i.e. an honorable discharge, usually received when moving outside the lodge’s jurisdiction. This speed would presuppose to this writer a permanent move was contemplated. There is no further record of his Masonic activities. His name does not appear in the 1848, nor 1852 Zanesville directories, as it has previously; nor in the 1850 census. The Boyd-Searl Genealogy states he moved to Cincinnati to continue his law practice.”
James did eventually end up in Texas but first spent many years in Cincinnati, Ohio where he was a lawyer:
1850 Hamilton county, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ward 5 (M432-688)
James Boyle, 42, lawyers, personal value 10000, born in Delaware, Sophia J. age 30, Louisa, age 12, John G., age 7, Anna J, age 5, Lucy G. age 3 and George R. J. ,age 1, all born in Ohio. There was one woman, Mina Stake, age 45 living with them.
In 1860 Storrs, Hamilton County, Ohio (M653-981, p. 396): J. Boyle was age 55, atty, with a personal property value of 8000 and real estate $1000. Sophia was 50, Jno 17, Anna 15, Lucy 13, George 1, Carroll 9, Hellen 7, Frank 4 and Peny? 2. William Rose, carpenter, age 61 and Mary Rose, 26 were living there also.
1870 Hamilton County, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ward 15, (M593-1214) James Boyle, age 60, atty. at law, Sophia, age 50, Anna J. age 20, Hellen P. age 16, George R. age 19, civil engineer, Frank W. age 14, Clarence, age 12, all born in Ohio. There was also a young girl named Lydia, age 6, born in NY living with them.
By 11 June 1880 they were in Sherman, Grayson County, Texas: James Boyle was age 74, retired lawyer, born in Delaware, his parents in Ireland. Sophia was 61, Ed Perry was age 22, worked for the railroad and Hellen P. was age 26.
Child of Sophia Jackson and Charles Cargille is:
+ 7 i. Mary Louisa Cargille3 Boyle, born 20 March 1837 in Muskingum County, Ohio.
Children of Sophia Jackson and James Boyle are:
8 i. Boyle3.
9 ii. George J. Boyle, born 26 July 1842 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio; died 09 September 1846 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.
“He died at the age of three or four, depending upon the correct date of his birth, obscured by an ink blot in the entry. He was the eldest son and given the name of the mother’s father.”
+ 10 iii. John G. Boyle, born 08 February 1843 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio; died 07 October 1907 in Yakima, Washington.
11 iv. Annie Jackson Boyle, born 10 February 1845 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.
“Nothing further is known except the uncompleted date of her birth in the Jackson Family Bible. There is the recollection of one of Lucy’s granddaughters, with whom Lucy lived in Yakima, Washington, that a sister would come from out-of-state to visit ‘Grandma’ for a lengthy spell, and they resided in a little cottage until they would have an awe-inspiring quarrel. The sister would go down to a hotel for several days; there would be a reconciliation and things would flow along normally, until the next blow-up.” (McCutcheon)
12 v. Lucy Georgetta Boyle, born 01 August 1849 in Ohio; died 30 September 1924 in Seattle, Washington. She married E. C. Cook II 11 October 1867.
“With her father, James’ leaving Zanesville in the mid-1840’s, the exact location for her birth cannot be pin-pointed. However, as James’ father, John Boyle I, had a farm near Mt. Sterling (Muskingum Co.) Ohio, as the Jackson farm appears to have been sold shortly after Sophia’s (Lucy’s mother) father’s death and the Jackson family lived in the town of Zanesville, it would appear Sophia went to her father-in-law’s farm for her encroachment. Nothing further is known of Lucy’s girlhood until her marriage to E. C. Cook II, in Chicago on October 11, 1867. Lucy must have been residing with her half-sister, Louise De Goyler, in that city. Her one personal characteristic that has been handed down as a reminiscent is her sweet singing voice that made her in demand at social gatherings.” (McCutcheon)
13 vi. George R. J. Boyle, born 1849 in Ohio.
14 vii. Carroll Boyle, born 1851 in Hamilton County, Ohio; died before 1860.
15 viii. Hellen P. Boyle, born 1854 in Hamilton County, Ohio.
16 ix. Frank W. Boyle, born 1856 in Hamilton County, Ohio. He married Lenora.
17 x. Clarence Boyle, born 1858 in Hamilton County, Ohio.
Generation No. 3
5.Malvina Peyton3 Jackson (Andrew Richardson2, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 31 October 1838 in Fulton Farm, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, and died 21 September 1917 in California2. She married Williams James Cady 27 August 1860 in Sacramento, California. He was born 29 November 1827 in Connecticut, and died 14 December 1889 in San Francisco, California.
Her birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Malvina Peyton Jackson their daughter was born at the Fulton farm Musk. Co. O. Oct 31, 1838.”
Death in family Bible: “William J. Cady husband of M. P. Cady and father of Mrs. J. F. Morrow and H. B. Cady died Dec 14 1889 in the city of S. F.”
On 17 June 1870 San Francisco, California, William J. Cady was age 40, retail liquor dealer with a real estate value of $15,000 and a personal property value of $7000. He was born in RI. His wife, Malvina was age 30, born in Ohio. Maggie was age 7, born in Nevada and George was 2 born in California.
In 1880 Oakland, Alameda county, California, William J. Cady was living at 576 Brown Street and worked in the city assessors office. He was born in Conn as were his parents. His wife, Malvina P. was age 39, born in Ohio as were her parents. Maggie J. age 17 was born in Nevada and Harry B. age 9 was born in California. Living with them was M. C. Jackson, mother-in-law born in Ohio, her parents in PA and three roomers, no relation.
San Francisco, California Directories, 1889-91 Record
Name: William J. Cady : Location 2: 431 Franklin: Occupation: liquor dealer:Year: 1889
City: San Francisco:State: CA .
Bible: “Malvina P. Jackson daughter of A. R. Jackson and William J. Cady were married in Sacramento, Cal Aug 27, 1860.”
Children of Malvina Jackson and Williams Cady are:
+ 18 i. Margarite “Maggie” Jackson4 Cady, born 11 January 1866 in Carson City, Nevada; died 03 December 1939 in California.
19 ii. Charles Grant Cady, born in Sacramento, California. Record of his birth in family Bible: “Charles Grant, sac City (no date)”
20 iii. George William Cady, born between. 22 September 1867 – 1869 in Sacramento, California; died in San Francisco, California.
Record of his birth in the family Bible: “George William Cady was born in Sacramento, Cal Sept 22, 1869” (appears that the “9” is crossed out in pencil and replaced with “7”.
Bible: “George William Cady died in San Francisco.”
21 iv. Harry Benjamin Cady, born 30 July 1870 in San Francisco, California.
His birth in the family Bible: “Harry Benjamin Cady San Francisco July 30th 1870.”
He was enumerated on 20 April 1910 Oakland, Ward 1, Alameda County, California, #554 – 63rd Street, Harry B. Cady is age 39, divorced, born in CA, his father in RI and his mother in OH. He was a bookkeeper in a bank. Malvina P. Cady, mother, age 70 was living with him. She stated she had 5 children/2 living. She was born in OH as were her parents. Edna V. Morrow age 23 or 28 his niece was living, born in CA, her father in RH and mother in CA. She was a bookkeeper in a railroad office. Leota Bond, age 40 was a boarder.
San Francisco, California Directories, 1889-91 Record: Name: Harry B. Cady: Location 2: r. 2205 Polk: Business Name: Lebenbaum Bros.: Occupation: shipping clerk: Year: 1890 :City: San Francisco:
6.Charles Goddard3 Jackson (Andrew Richardson2, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 09 June 1840 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. He married Jennie Page Cutting 1869. She was born 25 February 1847 in Massachusetts.
Notes for Charles Goddard Jackson:
His birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Charles Goddard Jackson their son was born in Zanesville, O. June 9, 1840.”
Enumerated 6 Aug 1870 in San Francisco, Ward 9:
Charles G. Jackson was age 30, born in NY a paper cotton maker (birthplace in error)
Jane age 23 born in Mass and Lula age 5 mos. born in California.
There is a Charles G. Jackson age 39, real estate agent, living in San Francisco on 2 June 1880. He was born in Ohio as were his parents. He had a wife, Jennie P. age 33, born in Mass, her father in Mass and her mother in NH. Children: Lulu, age 10, Charles, age 9, Parker, age 4 and Jennie age 1 month.
7 June 1900, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California: Charles G. Jackson born June 1840 was age 59, born in Ohio as were his parents. His wife was Julia, age 37, had 4 children, 3 living. She was born in Missouri, and her parents in Ireland. There was one child, George, age 6 months, born in Feb 1900.
Notes for Jennie Page Cutting:
Her birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Jennie Page Cutting wife of C.G.J. born Feb 25 1847”.
In the 1900 census on 5 June, for San Francisco California, Jenny P. Jackson, born Feb 1847, age 53 is listed as a widow and the head of the household, having had seven children and four living. She was born in Mass, her father in Mass and her mother in New Hampshire. Living with her was her son, Charles F. Jackson, age 34, born Feb. 1871 in California, father Ohio and mother Mass. Daughter Florence was born May 1880 and Jennie born May ?????? (This census very hard to read.) They were living at 2123 Bush Street.
Marriage Notes for Charles Jackson and Jennie Cutting:
Marriage is recorded in San Francisco Call. Index online San Francisco Genweb. http://www.cefha.org/usa/ca/sf/sfcall/6999/sfci6999.html
Children of Charles Jackson and Jennie Cutting are:
22 i. Lula Cutting4 Jackson, born 27 November 1869 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.
Her birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Lula Cutting Jackson their daughter Born at San Francisco Nov 27 1869.”
+ 23 ii. Charles Francis Jackson, born 22 February 1871 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.
24 iii. Grace J. Jackson, born 28 February 1873 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California; died 02 April 1875 in Bakersfield, California.
Her birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Grace J. their daughter born at 1 p.m. Feby 28, 178 (numeral missing) in San Francisco.”
Her death is recorded in the family Bible” Grace J. daughter of Chas & Jennie dec’d at Bakersfield at 2 a.m. on Friday April 2, 1875 aged 2y1m1d. ”
25 iv. Parker Jackson, born 1876 in California.
26 v. Jennie Jackson, born May 1880 in California.
27 vi. Florence Jackson, born May 1880 in California.
7.Mary Louisa Cargille3 Boyle (Sophia2 Jackson, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 20 March 1837 in Muskingum County, Ohio. She married Watts DeGoyler about 1854 in Ohio. He was born September 1837 in New York. She was adopted by James Boyle. She is listed as Margaret L. born March 1839 in the 1900 census.
They moved to Chicago, Illinois. It was in her home that Lucy Georgetta Boyle and E. C. Cook II were married. The De Goylers moved to Riverside, IL shortly after its development as a suburban residential area, of better than normal means of livelihood for it’s occupants, where Watts De Goyler took a prominent in the civic affairs. The two families, the Cooks and De Goylers maintained a close relationship down through their children.” (McCutcheon)
In the 1900 U. S. Census, Watts DeGolya and family were living in Riverside Village, Riverside Twp, Cook County, Illinois.
(T623/294 p. 3B ED 1187 4th June 1900)
DeGolya, Watts Sept 1837 age 63, m. 42yrs. NY NY NY varnish manufacturer
Margaret L. March 1839 61 4 children/2 living OH NJ OH
Perry Georgia October 1872 age 27 married 5 years 2 children/2 living Illinois NY OH
Nelson Perry, son in law, January 1872, age 28 Alabama NY Canada/Eng varnish manufacturer
Louise Nov. 1895 Ill Ala ILL granddaughter
Watts DeG. Perry grand son April 1897 2, Illinois, Alabama, Illinois
Schultz, Martha servant nurse
Donohue Katie, cook
“A granddaughter-in-law??, Bena Cook, recalls James’ wife, Sophia visiting her when Sophia was a widow, and remarking that James was a prominent attorney in Houston, TX where he was renowned for his display of temper. At one time during court he became so provoked he hurled an ink pot at an opposing attorney, and was severely reprimanded by the judge; but such was his reputation as a barrister his practice was allowed to continue and flourish.”
“As of this writing, October 7, 1958, correspondence is being held with person in Houston to further establish the facts in James’ life. “(McCutcheon)
Children of Mary Boyle and Watts DeGoyler are:
28 i. Charles4 DeGoyler, born 1855 in Ohio.
29 ii. Nellie DeGoyler, born 1864 in NY.
30 iii. Unknown DeGoyler.
+ 31 iv. Georgia DeGoyler, born October 1872 in Illinois.
10.John G.3 Boyle (Sophia2 Jackson, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 08 February 1843 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, and died 07 October 1907 in Yakima, Washington. He married Margaret B. Mitchell 1875 in Galveston, Texas. She was born April 1856 in Louisiana.
“John enlisted in the 6th Regiment of Ohio Volunteers during the Civil War, and rose to the rank of colonel. He did not resign at the war’s conclusion, but remained to participate in the Indian Uprisings in the West for a while. Our next knowledge of him is his marriage to Margaret B. Mitchell at Galveston, Texas, in 1875. To them were born at least 7 children: John Edmund, 1893; Bryan, 1895; Douglas, 1897; Bernard 1899; and Elizabeth, Susan, Margaret dates unknown. John G. Boyle made his living as a newspaper writer, and seemed to have been liberal in his bent. He worked for a while in St. Louis, Missouri, and then moved to Yakima, Washington. He also participated in politics on the Democratic Party side (note his second son’s name – Bryan), and spoke throughout the area on that party’s behalf. After his death, the family continued to reside in Yakima, but eventually moved to Seattle, Washington.” (McCutcheon)
In the 1900 U. S. Census for North Yakima City, Washington, 7 June 1900 (T623/1754 p. 6a ED 113), John G. Boyle is listed as follows:
John G. Boyle born July 1846 (date conflicts with above) age 54 m. 25 OH OH VA lawyer
Margaret M. April 1856 age 44 10children/8living LA VA MI
Daisy L. Jan 1881 19 TX OH LA
Betsy E. May 1885 15 MI OH LA
Susie H. Oct 1888 11 WA OH LA
Jack J. June 1892 7 WA OH LA
Bryan H. Nov. 1895 WA OH LA
Douglass Mar 1897 WA OH LA
Bernard Aug 1899 9/10 WA OH LA
Children of John Boyle and Margaret Mitchell are:
32 i. Infant4 Boyle.
33 ii. Margaret L. Boyle, born 1877.
34 iii. Daisy L. Boyle, born January 1881 in Texas.
35 iv. Betsy E. Boyle, born May 1885 in Missouri.
36 v. Susan H. Boyle, born October 1888 in Washington.
37 vi. Jack J. Boyle, born June 1892 in Washington.
McCutcheon refers to Jack J. Boyle as John Edmund.
38 vii. Bryan H. Boyle, born November 1895 in Washington.
39 viii. Douglas F. Boyle, born March 1897 in Washington.
Generation No. 4
18.Margarite “Maggie” Jackson4 Cady (Malvina Peyton3 Jackson, Andrew Richardson2, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 11 January 1866 in Carson City, Nevada, and died 03 December 1939 in California3. She married (1) John F. Morrow 05 October 1882 in San Francisco, California. She married (2) Max F. Maretzek Aft. 1889. He was born 1858 in New York, and died 10 January 1921 in California.
Her birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Maggie Jackson Cadyu was born in Carson City, New. Jany 11, 1866.”
In 1910 Maggie was living with her second husband on 66th Street in Oakland, Ward 1, Alameda County, California. Max F. Matuzek or Marszek or Maretzek (1930 census) was age 52, married once for 14 years, born in New York, his father in Austria and his mother in France. He was a musician working from his home. Margaret J. was age 42, married twice, had two children, two living, born in Nevada, her father in Rhode Island and her mother in Ohio. She was musician working in a theatre. Clara D. Morrow, step daughters was age 19 born in California. She was an actress.
On 9 April 1930 She was living with her daughter in Oakland on 1425 11th Street. Margaret Maretzek, mother, was age 63 widow, born in Nevada, her father in Conn and her mother in Ohio. She was a music teacher.
Marriage Notes for Margarite Cady and John Morrow:
Bible: “Maggie J. Cady their granddaughter & John F. Morrow were married in San Francisco, Cal Oct. 5th 1882 by the Rev E. G. Beckwith.”
Notes for Max F. Maretzek:
In the reading for the 1910 Oakland census it appears that his name was Martzek.
Children of Margarite Cady and John Morrow are:
+ 40 i. Edna Virginia5 Morrow, born 26 August 1883 in San Francisco, California; died 06 August 1939 in California.
41 ii. Clara Doane Morrow, born 10 November 1889 in San Francisco, California.
Record of her birth in the family Bible: Clara Doane Morrow was born November 10th 1889 in San Francisco, Cal.”
In 1910 she was living with her step father and mother and was an actress in the theatre.
23.Charles Francis4 Jackson (Charles Goddard3, Andrew Richardson2, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 22 February 1871 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California. He married Gertrude Church Abt. 1903. She was born 1881 in California. His birth is recorded in the family Bible: “Charles Francis J. their Son San Francisco Feby 22 1871.”
On 12 January 1920 he was living in San Francisco, Assembly Dist 31, Dist 158, and was selling real estate. He was age 43, born in California, his father in the U. S. and his mother in Mass. His wife, Gertrude C. was age 39, born in California, her father in NY and her mother in Mass. Children Dorcas, age 15 born in California and Douglas F. age 12, born in California.
Enumerated on 15 April 1910 San Francisco Assembly Dist 4, Dist 282.
Charles F Jackson 39 m. 7 years b. CA, real estate agent
Gertrude C Jackson 34 , 2 children/2 living CA
Dorcas Jackson 5 CA
Douglas F Jackson 2 CA
Lucy M Rosales 34
Lee Ling 41
Children of Charles Jackson and Gertrude Church are:
42 i. Dorcas5 Jackson, born Abt. 1905 in California.
43 ii. Douglas F. Jackson, born 24 June 1907 in California.
California Birth Index, 1905-1995 Record – Ancestry.com
Name: Douglas F Jackson :Birth Date: 24 Jun 1907
Mother’s Maiden Name: Church
There is a death record for Douglas Fay Jackson born 24 June 1907 California and died 17 April 1979 in Santa Cruz, California. The SSDI shows last residence as Brookdale, Santa Cruz, California. Source: Ancestry.com.
There is a Douglas Jackson living on North Point Street in San Francisco on 7 April 1930. He was a salesman in a service department, age 23 born in California as were his parents. His wife, Margaret was age 21 born in California, her father in Illinois, her mother in Nebraska.
31.Georgia4 DeGoyler (Mary Louisa Cargille3 Boyle, Sophia2 Jackson, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born October 1872 in Illinois. She married Nelson Perry 1895 in Illinois. He was born January 1872 in Alabama.
Georgia DeGoyler Perry may have died between 1900 and 1910. Nelson Perry age 38 is living in Mobile, Alabama (he was born in Alabama) in 1910, with wife, Lillian D. age 37, who said she had been married 16 years and had 4 children all living. Listed with them are Louisa M. age 15,who fits the age of Georgia’s child and Watts D. age 11. There are two smaller children: Donna 3 and Rosamund, 1. The census says that all in the household were born in Alabama as were their parents. However, in 1920 Lillian D. Perry is a widow, age 46 and she says she was born in Illinois, her father in NY and her mother in IL. Watts D. son is age 21, born in IL, father, Alabama and mother in IL. He is a printer. Donna is age 21 born in Illinois and Dorothy is age 12, born in Alabama.
Is this Nelson, the husband of Georgia?
Children of Georgia DeGoyler and Nelson Perry are:
44 i. Louise5 Perry, born November 1895 in Illinois.
45 ii. Watts DeGoyler Perry, born April 1897 in Illinois.
Generation No. 5
40.Edna Virginia5 Morrow (Margarite “Maggie” Jackson4 Cady, Malvina Peyton3 Jackson, Andrew Richardson2, Nancy Richardson1 Adams) was born 26 August 1883 in San Francisco, California, and died 06 August 1939 in California. She married Daniel J. O’Connell 1920 in Oakland, California. He was born Abt. 1885 in California, and died Bef. 1930 in California.
Record of her birth in the family Bible: Edna Virginia Morrow was born August 26th 1883 in San Francisco Cal.”
In 1910 she was living with her uncle Harry B. Cady in Oakland, California. Also living there was her grandmother Malvina P. Cady.
On 8 June 1920 Oakland Twp., Oakland City, Alameda County, California living at 631 Poirier Street: Daniel J. O’Connell, 35 born in CA, his father in Ireland and mother in NY. He was a painter. His wife, Edna V. was age 36, born in CA, her father, CA and mother Nevada.
On 9 April 1930, Block 1930 Oakland City, Alameda County, California, Edna V. O’Connell was head of the household living at 1425 Eleventh Street. She had a real estate value of $5000. She was age 40, a widow, born in CA, her father in Ca and her mother in NV. She worked as a PB4 operator. Her daughter, Maxine C. was age 8 born in California and her mother, Margaret Maretzek, was age 63, widow, born in NV, her father in Conn and her mother in OH. She was a music teacher. Living next door was Theresa G. O’Connell age 50, born in California, her father in N. Ireland and her mother in NY. She was a companion nurse. Her sister, Mary A. was age 40 born in CA and was a nurse.
Marriage Notes for Edna Morrow and Daniel O’Connell:
Bible: Edna J. Morrow was married to Daniel J. O’Connell in Oakland, Cal on…..”
Child of Edna Morrow and Daniel O’Connell is:
+ 46 i. Maxine Cinclaire6 O’Connell, born 06 January 1921 in Alameda County, California.
Submitted by Linda B. Meyers, January 2007.
1. Zanesville Express, Zanesville, Ohio, 9 November 1814 issue.
2. Vitalsearch-ca.com, California Death 1905-1929.
3. Vitalsearch-ca.com, California Death Index 1930-1939.
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