Descendants of Samuel Jackson
Generation No. 1
1. Samuel2 Jackson (John Jackson1 Sr.)1 was born 10 December 1772 in Howard’s Lick, Hampshire/Hardy County, (West) Virginia, and died 04 January 1842 in Prairie Creek, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 04 January 1842, Home property, near Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. He married (1) Barbary Reger 07 November 1793 in (West) Virginia, daughter of Jacob Reger and Barbara Crites. She was born 10 December 1775 in Hampshire/Hardy County, (West) Virginia, and died 28 October 1838 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 28 October 1838, Home property, near Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana
Biography by Lester LeMay:
” Samuel grew up in mountainous frontier land where danger from hostile Indians was forever present. His occupation farming, his avocation hunting. He was evidently a man of much strength, for one early account (Cutright, p. 360) tells how he carried his brother-in-law Philip Reger over his shoulder for some miles in the wilderness when Reger was bitten by a rattlesnake. He also included their rifles and even the snake in his pack! For a mountain remedy for snakebite was to cut open the snake and apply it to the wound. the remedy failed and another was tried, but Reger recovered to recount the strength and endurance of Samuel Jackson and his 8 mile walk.
By 1810 we find Samuel and his family in Wood County, Virginia with a family of 2 girls and 5 boys but Cutright on page 329 lists a land grant in Randolph County on Pecks Run adjoining the lands of George Jackson, Esq., and John Reager on November 25, 1800. In 1817 Samuel and Barbara sold 309 of the original 400 acres to Isaac Wamsley.
In 1818 however the family settled in Section 33 of Franklin Township in the newly formed Owen County, Indiana. The 1820 census lists a Samuel Jackson with three sons and a daughter but the wife is missing. Samuel was appointed Superintendent of road building for Section 16 south to Greene County in 1819. (Blanchard). The 1905 Report of the State Geologist, p. 889 says, ‘At Jackson’s Bluff, southwest quarter Section 33 (9N, 4W), between Freedom and Farmers, the upper Huron limestone is exposed 18 feet in thickness.’ Could Samuel have been appointed road Superintendent because his land contained the best material?
In 1822 the town of Spencer was formed and lots were sold at an open bidding session for which the county appropriated $9.87 1/2 for whiskey — an appropriate beverage to loosen the bids of the audience! Samuel Jackson bought lot #169 for $50.
Samuel and Barbara’s children were all most likely born in Virginia. [names the children]. They probably all married in Indiana [gives marriages].
Samuel and his sons established the Jackson ferry across the White River near Vilas in 1823. In 1979 it was still in use as a farm ferry. Jacks Creek in nearby Greene County was named for Henry Jackson (Baber).
In 1825 Samuel bought land in Vigo County from the estate of Truman Blackman. Here in Harrison Township, northeast of Terre Haute, Samuel and Barbara remained until their deaths — Barbara in 1838 and Samuel in 1842. A cemetery on this property contains the gravestones of Samuel’s son Jacob and his wife Mary, and also Louisa, wife of John R., and his daughter Louisa, both who died on June 11, 1831.
The children scattered. Isaac migrated to Jasper County, Missouri where he died in 1852. Henry stayed in Owen County where he died in 1865. Mary Brake likely remained in Vigo County. Her death date has not yet been found. John R. Jackson died ca 1854-55 in Muscatine County, Iowa but also had property in Champaign County, Illinois at the time of his death. Joel died 1843 in Newton County, Missouri and Jacob died 1876 on the home place in Vigo County, Indiana.”
The Jackson Families Who Settled in Terre Haute, Indiana by Carl W. Hays.
Harrison County West Virginia Deed Book 5, p. 247: Samuel Jackson and wife, Barbara, sell 65 acres adjacent to Jackson to Joel Martin, Peck’s Run. [Note: there were two Samuel Jackson’s living in Harrison County at the same time. Many histories say that our Samuel was married twice, but this is in error. He was married only once to Barbara Reger.]
Harrison County West Virginia Deed Book 9, p. 193: John Reager, Abraham Reager, and Samuel Jackson of Harrison County, sell all right and claim they have in tract on Second Big Run, a drain of Buckhannon River, part of a tract granted to Jacob Reager, deceased, 1786 for 400 acres. Sell 249 acres, recorded April 1810.
Harrison County West Virginia Deed Book 8, p. 80, Samuel Jackson and wife Barbara, of Wood County, sell to Elijah Reece of Harrison County for $600, 200 acre tract where Reece lives.
Harrison County West Virginia Deed Book 8, p. 78, Samuel Jackson and wife, Barbara, of Wood County, and Henry Jackson of Randolph County, sell to Joel Martin for $200, 146 acres on banks of Pecks Run. Henry’s wife is Mary. Wives are mentioned in the deed, but only the husbands signed. Acknowledged and recorded June term of court 1808.
Wood County West Virginia Grantee Deed Book 4, p. 149, Samuel Jackson purchased from Jacob Blechen, staff et al, on 1 Mar 1809, 86 acres on Little Kanawha River.
The Lewis County, West Virginia tax records show Samuel Jackson of Wood County, West Virginia paying taxes in 1817 on 1150 acres on Peck’s Run, located 22 miles from the courthouse. [The courthouse is in Weston, West Virginia. Peck’s Run is north of Buckhannon in Upshur County, West Virginia.]
From 1821-1824 Samuel Jackson of Wood County, West Virginia paid taxes on 100 acres on Peck’s Run.
Wood County Grantor Deed Book 5, p. 431, on 26 December 1818, Samuel Jackson and Barbara, his wife, sold 86 A on Little Kanawha River to Peter Hannamon. Barbara signed with her mark.
In 1825, in Lewis County, West Virginia, Samuel Jackson of Indiana paid taxes on 100 acres on Peck’s Run, 22 miles from the courthouse. [probably present day Upshur County. West Virginia]
Jackson Cemetery, Terre Haute, Indiana
In 1974, as part of her studies at Indiana State University, Tamara Chaney became interested in a pioneer cemetery in Terre Haute which was established around 1830. Located on Maple Avenue, north of Fruitridge, east of the old Tumpane picnic grounds was the Old Jackson Cemetery. [Tribune-Star, Terre Haute, Indiana, July 21, 1974, Foulkes].
“Cemetery Commission Adds Data to Old Vigo Burials” by Dorothy Clark, Tribune Woman’s Editor.
Cemeteries were established in Vigo County as early as 1811 (at Fort Harrison), but it was not until the 1930’s that a major effort was made to record the locations of all these pioneer graveyards.
The Fort Harrison Chapter DAR members and the late A. R. Markle took on the job of copying tombstone inscriptions and mapping out the locations and legal descriptions of the old burials. The completed work was compiled into a volume placed in the public and historical society libraries.
The Vigo County Cemetery Commission has been slowly adding to the information gathered forty years ago, and several changes and additions have been made.
In 1959, information came from Mrs. Raymond H. (Sandra) Johnston about a cemetery located directly east of the former Tumpane picnic grounds on land behind the Johnston’s home in dense woods. She had spotted a large fence with the gate inscribed “Jackson Cemetery – 1870”. She believed the marked graves outside the fence were not member of the Jackson family.
Just recently, an ISU student majoring in history, Miss Tamara Chaney, became interested in the old graveyard in the northeastern section of Harrison township, and carefully copied all tombstone inscriptions in the Jackson cemetery.
She researched the land records and abstract for the property and found that Samuel Jackson deeded the land involved to Jacob Jackson in 1830. The administrators of Samuel’s estate in 1842 were Jacob, John R. and Henry Jackson.
The earliest burial that was still marked with a tombstone was that of Louisa, wife of J. R. Jackson, who died June 11, 1831, age 31 yeas. Their three month old daughter was buried with the mother.
The large Jackson monument marks the graves of Jacob Jackson and his wife Mary (both were born in 1809, died in 1876 at age 67 years) and their six children recorded as Barbara A. 1832, aged 2 months, L. Emeline, 1834-1851, age 18 years;, Mary C. 1837-1852, aged 15 years; L. D. 1839-1872, age 33 years; Jacob R. 1841-1870, age 29 years and Addie 1845-1852, aged 7 years.
When Jacob died in 1876, his heirs were Caroline Preston, wife of Irving V. Preston; Emeline Armstrong, wife of William P., and Jacob Jackson, a minor child.
The relationship to the Jackson family, if any, remains unknown of Andrew Keys whose tombstone tells of his death in 1863, age 28, “in the service of his country.”
Contemporaries of the Jackson children were William Henderson whose stone is inscribed: “Died Nov. 1, 1870, age 39 years. Beloved husband thou hast left me, But ’tis God that hast bereft us, He all our sorrows can heal,” and Oren Henderson who died Sept. 1841, age 13 years. Their relationship, if any, to the Jackson clan is also unknown.
One stone has only one legible name “Rebecca” while another footstone has initials “J. W. N.”. Tow stones are broken off with their inscriptions completely weathered away.
Jane Foulkes information on Samuel from: DAR Application paper #164160; Cutright, W. B., History of Upshur County, West Virginia, p. 541-546; Beckwith’s, History of Vigo County, Indiana, p. 178, for daughter, Mary; Cook, R. B., Family and Early Life of Stonewall Jackson, and Jane Lutz’s, The Crites History. The last two both list a sixth son, for Samuel, William Crawford, but unable to ever find any mention of William in any book or record. Jane Foulkes of Terre Haute, Indiana, who had done extensive research in her city and in other states where this family resided has been unable to locate information concerning this William. (Personal visit with Jane Foulkes, March 1992. lbm)
John, Henry and Jacob listed as administrators of Samuel’s estate in Vigo County, Will Index, will missing.
In the Jasper County, Missouri 1850 census there is a Eleanor Jackson living next door to Jonathan Rusk on one side and Reuban Rusk on the other side. Reuban married a daughter of Isaac Jackson. Could this Eleanor Jackson be the widow of William Crawford Jackson? She is listed as age 39, born in Virginia. Her children, all born in Missouri are: Joel 14, John M., 13, Carroll, 10, James H., 8, Ellenor, 6, and Pamela 4.
Children of Samuel Jackson and Barbara Reger are:
+ 2 i. Isaac3 Jackson, born 03 August 1794 in Randolph County, (West) Virginia; died 09 January 1852 in Jasper County, Missouri.
+ 3 ii. Henry Jackson, born 24 January 1795 in Harrison County, (West) Virginia; died 10 October 1864 in Owen County, Indiana.
+ 4 iii. Mary Jackson, born 01 December 1797 in Harrison County, (West) Virginia; died 13 January 1880 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
+ 5 iv. John Reger Jackson, born 19 December 1800 in probably Randolph County, (West) Virginia; died 16 December 1854 in Muscatine County, Iowa.
+ 6 v. Joel Jackson, born 03 April 1807 in Randolph County, (West) Virginia; died 23 March 1843 in Shoal Creek Township, Newton County, Missouri.
+ 7 vi. Jacob R. Jackson, born 14 February 1809 in Wood County, (West) Virginia; died 18 August 1876 in Vigo County, Indiana.
Generation No. 2
2. Isaac3 Jackson (Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 03 August 1794 in Randolph County, (West) Virginia4, and died 09 January 1852 in Jasper County, Missouri. He married Elizabeth Griffith 09 August 1821 in Greene County, Indiana, daughter of George Jr. and Margaret Miller. She was born 31 August 1802 in Stokes County, North Carolina, and died 19 June 1871 in Jasper County, Missouri. They are both probably buried 1 3/10 miles east and 1/3 miles south of Smithfield, Jasper County, Missouri. Isaac owned the first saw mill and flour mill in Jasper County, Missouri.
“Among the earliest tracts settled in this township by entry and Government patents were the north half of the south east quarter of Section 11 by Charles C. Orr, July 13, 1847, the southwest quarter of Section 12, January 1848 by John Steers; also the east half of the southeast quarter of Section 12 by Isaac Jackson, December 4, 1846…the settlers, for the land was taken up by some of them and held some years before this, but was not patented because the Government survey was not made until about 1844 in the west part of the county and in 1838 in the eastern”.
Notes and sources:
Lester LeMay, citing Raydean Garber, Witicha, KS- Foulkes cites her for death date for Isaac.
Records in Lewis County at Weston, West Virginia.
Personal visit with Jane Foulkes, March 1992
Carl D. W. Hays research notes, typed copy from John C. Jackson.
Death date to Jane Foulkes from Mrs. Russell Garber, a descendant
Marriage record in Greene County, Indiana.
Children of Isaac Jackson and Elizabeth Griffith are:
8 i. Harrison B.4 Jackson, born 07 July 1823 in Indiana; died 01 February 1852.
+ 9 ii. Joel Perry Jackson, born 16 February 1825 in Indiana; died 20 December 1864 in Fort Scott, Kansas.
10 iii. Samuel L. Jackson, born 31 January 1828 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 22 January 1852 in Missouri. He married Sarah J. Ryman 12 February 1846 in Vigo County, Indiana.
He was age 22, born in Indiana in 1850, but family records claim he was born in Indiana?(LeMay)
+ 11 iv. Alsey Evelyn Jackson, born 29 May 1829 in Indiana; died 22 December 1906 in Jasper County, Missouri.
12 v. George G. Jackson, born 28 July 1832 in Indiana; died November 1834.
13 vi. Jasper M. Jackson, born 22 September 1834 in Indiana; died October 1835.
14 vii. Chauncey W. Jackson, born 13 November 1836 in Indiana; died 10 September 18646,7.
“Chauncey Jackson was an old resident of the county, had been with Livingston awhile and afterwards came to the Union army in Carthage. He was shot by some unknown party, in the road, in front of Mr. L. J. Burch’s house on Grant Street, in Carthage. The party who shot him was hid behind one of the black jack trees in the Presbyterian church lot. ”
“Chauncy Jackson shot and killed by man hiding behind tree in Carthage on Grant Street near 7th intersection. Jackson had been a member of Livingstons band but seems later to have joined the Federal Garrison at Carthage.”
+ 15 viii. Barbara Reger Jackson, born 22 October 1838; died 24 March 1916.
16 ix. Oliver H. Jackson, born 25 January 1841 in Missouri; died 12 May 1863.
+ 17 x. Margaret Malinda Jackson, born 25 January 1841 in Missouri; died 07 May 1876.
18 xi. Isabella J. Jackson, born 26 March 1843; died 23 January 1866.
3. Henry3 Jackson (Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 24 January 1795 in Harrison County, (West) Virginia, and died 10 October 1864 in Owen County, Indiana. Calculated from his death in years, 69y8m16d, his birth would have been in 1795. Conflicting birth date is 3 February 1797. Death date from cemetery marker [Foulkes}. Cemetery on private property 4 miles south east of Freedom, Owen County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 10 October 1864, Jackson Cemetery, near Vilas, Owen County, Indiana. He married Nancy Dyar 29 August 1824 in Greene County, Indiana, daughter of Samuel Dyar and Elizabeth Griffith. She was born 14 April 1794 in Montgomery County, Maryland, and died 09 July 1874 in Owen County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 09 July 1874, Jackson Family Cemetery, near Vilas, Owen County, Indiana8
Jackson Cemetery is located 4 miles SE of Freedom, Indiana. Her tombstone inscribed: ” w/o H. died 80y2m25d. Her birthdate calculated from the tombstone death age would be 14 April 1794. Conflicting data 1796.
The Stone House
written by Eula Smith
“ Henry Jackson was a Franklin Township pioneer. By about 1849 he was ready to move from the original log cabin in Section 33 into a new stone house on the east side of White River just north of the Greene county line…
In the 1850 census his household included wife Nancy and three children: Samuel, Barbara and Theresa. Three other children were young adults: Artemisha, Elizabeth and Andrew.
By 1860 Theresa Jackson had married Albert Dyer but had returned home with their son Henry.
Artemisha Jackson married Richard Howard Gentry. After his death she lived in the stone house.
On December 29, 1889, David Harrah married Amannda Dyer, grand daughter of Henry Jackson and they started housekeeping in the stone house. However, they soon moved to California.
CecilGentry, daughter of Millard Fillmore “Dick” Gentry and Minerva (Light) Gentry, was born in the stone house in December of 1892. Cecil’s grandfather, Ellis Gentry, was a brother of Artemisha’s husband.
Mom said, “Nerva Light Gentry managed the ferry on White River near out land. I think that was when she was a girl.” [ submitted by Wayne Jackson, Houston, Texas]
Children of Henry Jackson and Nancy Dyar are:
+ 19 i. Artemesia4 Jackson, born 1825 in Indiana.
+ 20 ii. Elizabeth Jackson, born 25 June 1827 in Owen County, Indiana; died 10 October 1903 in Owen County, Indiana.
+ 21 iii. Samuel Jackson, born 29 August 1828 in Freedom, Franklin Township, Owen County, Indiana; died 18 August 1905 in Freedom, Owen County, Indiana.
+ 22 iv. Barbara Jackson, born 1831 in Owen County, Indiana.
+ 23 v. Theresa Jackson, born 1837 in Franklin Township, Owen County, Indiana.
+ 24 vi. Andrew Jackson, born 1837 in Indiana; died 17 May 1901 in Military Home, Leavenworth County, Kansas.
4. Mary3 “Polly” Jackson (Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 01 December 1797 in Harrison County, (West) Virginia, and died 13 January 1880 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 13 January 1797, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Leonard Brake 13 September 1820 in Harrison County, (West) Virginia9, son of John Brake and Katherine Shook. He was born 28 October 1792 in Clarksburg, (West) Virginia10, and died 28 March 1875 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 28 March 1875, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
Leonard and Mary were originally interred in unknown cemetery possibly on home property. Office records do not reveal where bodies were brought from to the Highland Lawn Cemetery, just that they had been moved.
27 September 1850, Harrison Township, Vigo County, Indiana census, Leonard, age 57, value $10,000 born in Virginia, Mary , age 53, Virginia, John 28, Indiana, Charles Vickery, 13, Indiana, Hamilton Vickery, age 11, Indiana.
Leonard bought 80 acres in Section 35, Tsp 9, range 4, Owen County, on 14 February 1821.
Sources: John Jackson Brake’s death record – Vigo County, Indiana
Carl Brake Soale’s DAR Record #84693.
Children of Mary Jackson and Leonard Brake are:
+ 25 i. John Jackson4 Brake, born 05 March 1822 in Owen County, Indiana; died 25 August 1900 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
26 ii. Female Brake, born Bet. 1825 – 1830.
5. John Reger3 Jackson (Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 19 December 1800 in probably Randolph County, (West) Virginia, and died 16 December 1854 in Muscatine County, Iowa. Burial: Aft. 16 December 1954, probably Muscatine County, Iowa. He married Louisa Vaughan 1823 in Owen County, Indiana, daughter of Luke Vaughan. She was born about 1800, and died 11 June 1831 in Lost Creek Township, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 11 June 1831, Jackson Family Cemetery, Vigo County, Indiana.
In a deposition given by Jacob Jackson, in the Samuel Jackson estate settlement, 11 July 1844, Vigo County, Indiana, Probate Box 26, he states the he is the brother of John R. and Joel Jackson. John R. Jackson is listed as one of three administrators of Samuel H. Jackson’s estate in Vigo County Will Index. The actual will is missing. (Foulkes).
Blanchard’s History of Clay and Owen County, Indiana lists marriage on page 759. His will was admitted for probate on 3 April 1855 Champaign County, Illinois – Estate File #152.
Lists of “Persons Chargeable with Taxes”, Vigo County, Indiana, 1828, shows John R. Jackson owned 120 acres, 3 work oxen and 6 gold watches and that there was only one male over 21 in his household.
John R. Jackson’s will: Dated 11 December 1854 and signed in presence of Freeman Alser (Alter or Alger) and Valentine Bozarth. Residence: County of Muscatine, State of Iowa.
Written in three parts:
1. Instructed that his just debts and funeral expenses be paid.
2. Left ‘lot #8 or #9 in roes second addition in Urbana, Illinois, which I purchased about the 15th or 20th of September 1854″ to Mary Louisa Powel “during her life time and to her bodily heirs, if she leaves any.” Also asked that $525 be taken from his estate to build a house “of good material” on said lot. House was to be rented and proceeds of which were to be applied to education and maintainance of Mary Louisa Powel.
3. Rest of estate to be equally divided between my three children: Mary Nelson, Eli Jackson and Mahala Heater.”
Will admitted to probate April 3, 1855, Champaign County, Illinois. (Foulkes)
Reference Mary Louisa Powel: (Foulkes)
“I have no idea as to why she was befriended by John R. Jackson. She was probably the “small girl” mentioned in bills found in his estate file. One bill was owed James Chambers Sr. for boarding said Jackson and small girl for 25 weeks at $3 per week, plus $50 for keeping one mare during same period. This bill, with $15 interest for two years, was sworn and subscribed before the Clerk of District Court of Muscatine, Iowa. The other bill was just a slip of paper stating that $25.50 was owed to Asa Hayes for keeping child from August 12 to December 16, 1854 making 16 weeks.”
Children of John Jackson and Louisa Vaughan are:
27 i. Mahala4 Jackson. She married William Heater 14 April 1853.
“Listed as Mahala Heater in John R. Jackson’s will. Champaign County Marriages Book A, show that Mahala married William Heater same day (April 14, 1853,) as Eli Jackson married E. S. Rinehart. Both marriages performed by Paris Shepherd, J. P.” (Foulkes)
+ 28 ii. Eli Jackson, died Bet. 1854 – 1857 in Champaign County, Illinois.
29 iii. Samuel A. Jackson, born 1825 in Owen County, Indiana; died Bet. 1844 – 185411.
“Paper in Vigo County, Indiana, Probate Box 26 (1844) states John R. Jackson had a son named Samuel A. Jackson. Must have died sometime between 1844 and 1854 as John R. Jackson does not list him as an heir. No death record or tombstone inscription for him found in Vigo County Indiana or in Champaign County, Illinois.” [Foulkes}
30 iv. Mary Jackson11, born 1826 in Owen County, Indiana; died 1863 in Owen County, Indiana. She married John Nelson 16 February 1843.She is listed as Mary Nelson in John R. Jackson’s will. Birth and marriage date from Donna N. Crowe, a descendant of Mary and John Nelson.
31 v. Louisa V. Jackson, born March 1830 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 11 June 1831 in Vigo County, Indiana. She died at age 3 months and is buried beside her mother on Jackson family property in a private graveyard. Tombstone inscription shows that she is the daughter of Louisa and J. R. Jackson. Burial: Aft. 11 June 1831, Jackson Family Cemetery, Vigo County, Indiana
6. Joel3 Jackson (Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 03 April 1807 in Randolph County, (West) Virginia, and died 23 March 1843 in Shoal Creek Township, Newton County, Missouri. Burial: Aft. 23 March 1843, Newton County, Missouri. He married Rebecca Bozarth 02 September 1830 in Carroll County, Indiana, daughter of John Bozarth and Anne Reger. She was born 29 May 1807 in Virginia, and died 16 October 1863 in Carneal, Kansas.
“Joel and Rebecca were first cousins, their mothers were sisters. They first settled at Terre Haute, Indiana on land that the town is built on, known then as Fort Harrison prairie. They are listed in the 1850 Marion Township, Newton County, Missouri census, the first three children born in Iowa.
The Jackson family lived on Silver Creek between Redings Mill and Thurman, Newton County, about 3 miles SE of Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri. Joel left debt. [Lantz/Andrews: This information conflicts with burial in Missouri?] After Joel’s death Rebecca married a second time to a Mr. Davis. (LeMay)
Joel received land from his father in Vigo County, Indiana 19 March 1830. He sold it to Leonard Brake by deed (Book12, p. 18) in Vigo County before 28 August 1847.
Letters of Administration for Joel were filed in Newton County, Missouri, 13 May 1843. (Jane Foulkes) Deposition given by Jacob that states John R. and Joel are his brothers, 11 July 1844, Vigo County, Indiana Probate Court, Box. 26.
During the Civil War, Joel was a private in Captain Bingham’s Co. H. 71st Reg. enrolling on November 4, 1862 at Marshall, Missouri and relieved from duty 22 December 1862 .(LeMay)
In 1850, Rebecca resided in Shoal Creek Township, Newton County, Missouri. Rebecca, age 43, VA, Carlton 18, farmer, IA, Henry 15, farmer, IA, Ann, 12, IA; Joel 10, MO.
Children of Joel Jackson and Rebecca Bozarth are:
32 i. George4 Jackson, born 1828. George burned to death in infancy. (Shoop)
33 ii. Carlton B. Jackson, born January 1832. He married Mary Hickox.
+ 34 iii. Henry Clay Jackson, born 24 February 1835 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 13 July 1919 in Stamford, Texas.
35 iv. Anna J. Jackson, born 09 December 1838. She married John Rusk.
36 v. Joel E. Jackson, born 21 March 1839. He married Huldah Fiscus.
7. Jacob R.3 Jackson (Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 14 February 1809 in Wood County, (West) Virginia, and died 18 August 1876 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 18 August 1876, Jackson Cemetery, N Fruitridge & Maple Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana. He married Mary Donnelly 23 January 1832 in probably Vigo County, Indiana, daughter of Robert Donnelly and Frances Jennings. She was born 13 August 1809 in Wilkes County, North Carolina, and died 01 November 1876 in Vigo County, Indiana.
Burial: Aft. 01 November 1876, Jackson Cemetery, N Fruitridge & Maple Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana.
Jackson Family Cemetery is located in Lost Creek Township, directly east of Terre Haute, Vigo County, north of Ft. Harrison Road on Smith Road on W side of the road on private property. It cannot be seen from the road. One stone at the cemetery has one legible name “Rebecca”. It is possible that Samuel and Barbary Reger Jackson are buried there also.
23 September 1850 Vigo County, Indiana, Harrison Township1850
Jacob Jackson 41 farmer $1150;Mary 40; Emeline 16; Mary 13; Leonard 10; Caroline 8; Adaline 5; Jacob 3;unnamed female one month old.
1860 Jacob Jackson, age 51, was living in Waupan Village, South Ward, Dodge County, Wisconsin. (Vol. 3, p. 39.) His personal property was valued as real estate $68,000, personal property $6000. Listed with him were Mary age 51, born in Tennessee, Leonard, age 20, Caroline, age 17, Jacob age 13 and Emma, age 11. Children all born in Indiana.
Jane Foulkes resources:
DAR papers of daughter of Caroline Jackson Preston
Cemetery inscriptions – Jackson Family Cemetery
1850 Vigo County, Harrison Twp., Indiana
1860 Waupun, Dodge County, Wisconsin
Early Marriages – Vigo County, Indiana (typed manuscript) Vigo County Public Library
Children: Barbara A., L. Emeline, Mary C., Leonard D., Caroline E., Jacob R. , from cemetery inscriptions in Jackson Family Cemetery.
Caroline: Vigo County Indiana Death Records
Jacob R. 1870 Mortality Schedule – Waupun, Dodge County Wisconsin.
Emma – dates given by granddaughter, Caroline Wood of Menlo Park, California.
They were married by S. F. Donham, an Episcopal minister. Listed in Terre Haute, Indian Marriages (typed manuscript) at Vigo County Public Library. Buried in family cemetery.
Children of Jacob Jackson and Mary Donnelly are:
37 i. Barbara A.4 Jackson, born 16 October 1832 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 16 December 1832 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 16 December 1832, Jackson Cemetery, N Fruitridge & Maple Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana.
38 ii. L. Emeline Jackson, born 26 January 1834 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 23 January 1851 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 23 January 1851, Jackson Cemetery, N Fruitridge & Maple Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana
39 iii. Mary C. Jackson, born 31 August 1837 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 13 June 1852 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 13 June 1852, Vigo County, Indiana.
+ 40 iv. Leonard D. Jackson, born 26 October 1839 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 17 May 1872 in Vigo County, Indiana.
+ 41 v. Caroline E. Jackson, born 16 August 1842 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 07 August 1923 in Vigo County, Indiana.
42 vi. Adeline Jackson, born 22 March 1845 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 26 October 1852 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 26 October 1852, Jackson Cemetery, N Fruitridge and Maple Avenue, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana
43 vii. Jacob R. Jackson, born 25 May 1847 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 13 March 1870 in Waupun, Fon Du Lac County, Wisconsin. His burial place is unknown, although his name is engraved on the large stone in the Jackson Cemetery.
44 viii. Emmaline L. Jackson, born 26 May 1852 in Vigo County, Indiana11; died 07 August 1893 in Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin. She married William Armstrong 23 September 1874 in Vigo County, Indiana12.
Generation No. 3
9. Joel Perry4 Jackson (Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 16 February 1825 in Indiana, and died 20 December 1864 in Fort Scott, Kansas13. Burial: Aft. 20 December 1864, Drywood, Bourbon County, Kansas. He married Mary Secrest 07 February 1850 in Jasper County, Missouri14. They were married by James King. (Hays). She was born 11 April 1831 in Guernsey County, Ohio, and died 20 February 1903. Burial: Aft. 20 February 1903, Jasper County, Missouri.
He was killed as a result of troubles arising during the Civil War. (Hays). In the 1850 census for Jasper County, Joel P. was age 25, married with personal property valued at $200, a farmer born in Indiana. His wife, Mary was age 19, born in Ohio.
Children of Joel Jackson and Mary Secrest are:
45 i. George5 Jackson, born about 1851. He died young.
+ 46 ii. Harrison Boneparte Jackson, born 08 April 1852 in Jasper County, Missouri.
+ 47 iii. Sarah Josephine Jackson, born 27 November 1854 in Jasper County, Missouri; died 31 August 1941 in Jasper County, Missouri.
48 iv. Margaret Isadora Jackson, born 13 September 1857 in Smithfield, Jasper County, Missouri; died 03 November 1922 in Jasper County, Missouri. She married Heelan Ziegler 09 September 1877 in Jasper County, Missouri.
+ 49 v. Elizabeth Griffith Jackson, born 24 January 1859; died 18 May 1913.
+ 50 vi. Joseph William Jackson, born 1863; died 1938 in Missouri.
11. Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson (Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.)15 was born 29 May 1829 in Indiana, and died 22 December 1906 in Jasper County, Missouri. Burial: Aft. 22 December 1906, Carl Junction Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri. She married Reuben R. Rusk 20 September 1849 in Jasper County, Missouri16. He was born 21 December 182817, and died 31 May 1906 in Missouri. Burial: Aft. 31 May 1906, Carl Junction Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
Mrs. Russell Garber, descendant of Alsey (Foulkes)
Children of Alsey Jackson and Reuben Rusk are:
51 i. May5 Rusk. She married Mr. Kelly.
This child is not mentioned in the biography on Reuben Rusk in the History of Jasper County. p. 1061. There was one known daughter living in Webb City, Missouri.
+ 52 ii. Martha Willis Rusk, born 31 July 1850; died 04 October 1886 in Bourbon County, Kansas.
53 iii. Jackson B. Rusk, born 21 July 1852 in Joplin, Missouri; died 02 August 1854 in Joplin, Missouri.
+ 54 iv. James Oliver Rusk, born 05 April 1854 in Joplin, Missouri.
55 v. Jonathan C. Rusk, born 17 February 1856 in Joplin, Missouri; died 10 August 1875.
+ 56 vi. Laura Reger Rusk, born 18 September 1858 in Joplin, Missouri.
57 vii. Gilbert Griffith Rusk, born 06 January 1861.
+ 58 viii. William Isaac Rusk, born 08 April 1863.
+ 59 ix. Lilly Belle Rusk, born 02 June 1866.
60 x. Mary F. Rusk, born 28 March 1868; died 11 January 1869 in Joplin, Missouri.
61 xi. Wilson Rusk, born 19 November 1869; died 18 July 1873.
+ 62 xii. Maggie A. Rusk, born 24 April 1873 in Joplin, Missouri; died 27 August 1963 in Webb City, Missouri.
15. Barbara Reger4 Jackson (Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 22 October 1838, and died 24 March 1916. She married Henry M. Scott 1866. He was born 1843, and died 1874.
Child of Barbara Jackson and Henry Scott is:
63 i. Hattie5 Scott, born in Crawford County, Kansas. She married George B. Mattix.
DAR record #127330
17. Margaret Malinda4 Jackson (Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 25 January 1841 in Missouri, and died 07 May 1876. She married William C. Cooley January 1860 in Missouri. He was born January 1837 in Montgomery County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 07 May 1876.
” Among the early settlers of Jasper County, Missouri, who came with his little family to this locality in 1839, was Samuel M. Cooley, who was born in Pennsylvania, but who became a resident of Indiana when a young man. There he married the daughter of neighbor, Margaret Rusk by name, and a few years later she accompanied him to the new home. Her death occurred when she was about forty years of age, and her husband survived her for several years. He located near Smithfield, in Twin Grove township, taking up government land. At that early day the county was not yet laid out, and Samuel M. Cooley was one of those selected to assist in the laying out of the townships. In all of the matters pertaining to the progress and advancement of the county and the township his clear judgment and sensible ideas were of great value. In that pioneer home he and wife reared a family of ten children, eight of whom grew to maturity and three of whom still survive.
William C. Cooley, the subject of this review, was born in Montgomery County, Indiana, June 31, 1835, and was about four years of age when his parents came to make their home in the wild districts of Jasper County. One of the first buildings erected by these early settlers was the school-house, and in one of these primitive log cabins, where the benches were made of split logs and the huge fireplace extended across one whole side, our subject acquired his education. At the age of fourteen years he was left an orphan, and from that time he was the arbiter of his own fortunes. Reared to toil, he soon became an acceptable assistant on neighboring farms, receiving for his first labor the sum of seven dollars a month, and until he was nineteen years old he was only able to make fifteen dollars a month.
In 1860 Mr. Cooley was united in marriage to Miss Margaret Jackson, who was born in Jasper County, Missouri, and had been his playmate and companion from childhood. her family was also one of the pioneer ones in the county. Five children were born of this marriage: Alfred and Walter died in infancy; Alice is the wife of John Manlove, and they reside on Mr. Cooley’s farm; Isabel is the wife of H. L. Byran, and they live on part of the farm; and William also farms on a portion of the home land. All of their children are conveniently located near their father. Mr. Cooley lost his wife twenty years ago.
In 1860, after his marriage, mr. Cooley settled in Twin Grove township, but when the war troubles arose the next year the family removed to Fort Scott, Kansas. Seven times they went back to the old home, but political feeling was so high at that time that they did not remain there until the eighth return. Mr. Cooley has been located on his present farm for about sixteen years, and owns five hundred acres of fine land, some of which is rich in mineral deposit and has been found to produce fine ore.
Mr. Cooley has always been a Democrat in his political convictions, and his served the township as collector. He will always support the party while at advocated free coinage of silver. He is one of the most respected citizens of Jasper County, and has witnessed and taken part in the wonderful development which sixty years have produced in this locality. He has recently traveled through Kansas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Colorado, but says he saw no country to compare with Jasper county, Missouri, and returned entirely contented to make his home here. ”
Children of Margaret Jackson and William Cooley are:
64 i. Alfred5 Cooley.
65 ii. Walter Cooley.
66 iii. Alice Cooley. She married John Manlove. They resided on the McConley’s farm.
67 iv. Isabel Cooley. She married H. L. Bryan.
68 v. William Cooley.
19. Artemesia4 Jackson (Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 1825 in Indiana. She married Richard Howard Gentry before 1854. He was born 1825 in Pennsylvania, Oregon or North Carolina.
Children of Artemesia Jackson and Richard Gentry are:
69 i. Ira5 Gentry, born 1854.
70 ii. Henry Gentry, born 1856.
71 iii. Sam Gentry, born 1858.
72 iv. Richard Gentry, born 1860.
20. Elizabeth4 Jackson (Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 25 June 1827 in Owen County, Indiana, and died 10 October 1903 in Owen County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 10 October 1903, Owen County, Indiana. She married James Madison Dyer 18 April 1844 in Owen County, Indiana, son of Edward Dyer and Catherine Danely. He was born 23 May 1823 in Greene County, Indiana, and died 19 January 1880 in Owen County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 19 January 1880, Jackson Cemetery, near Valis, Owen County, Indiana.
There is no stone for Elizabeth in the Jackson cemetery, but stones for several children and is assumed she is buried there as well.
James Dyar’s will filed Owen County, Indiana on 5 February 1881. His tombstone reads: age 56y7m27d. Co. H 14th IND Regt.
Children of Elizabeth Jackson and James Dyer are:
73 i. Amanda Theresa5 Dyer.
74 ii. Albert Wilson Dyer, born 14 January 1845. Burial: Jackson Cemetery near Valis, Owen County, Indiana. Albert Dyer stone inscribed: Co. F 6th IND Cav.
75 iii. Sarah J. Dyer, born 10 November 1847 in Indiana; died 27 November 1865 in Indiana. She died at age 18y 12 d. Burial: Aft. 27 November 1865, Jackson Cemetery near Valis, Owen County, Indiana
76 iv. Henry Edward Dyer, born 1849.
77 v. Nancy Catherine Dyer, born about 1854.
78 vi. William M. Dyer, born 29 April 1856 in Owen County, Indiana; died 16 July 1865 in Owen County, Indiana. His birth is calculated from his tombstone death at age 11y2m25d on 16 July 1865. Burial: Aft. 16 July 1865, Jackson Cemetery near Vilas, Owen County, Indiana.
79 vii. Mary M. Dyer, born 06 October 1857 in Owen County, Indiana; died 02 December 1864 in Owen County, Indiana. Her birth is calculated from her tombstone death at age 7y1m26d. Burial: Aft. 02 December 1864, Jackson Cemetery near Vilas, Owen County, Indiana.
80 viii. Martha E. Dyer, born 06 October 1858; died 02 December 1864.
21. Samuel4 Jackson (Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.)18 was born 29 August 1828 in Freedom, Franklin Township, Owen County, Indiana, and died 18 August 1905 in Freedom, Owen County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 18 August 1905, Farmers Cemetery, Freedom, Owen County, Indiana. He married (1) Sarah Jane Laffoon 16 May 1852 in Greene County, Indiana19, daughter of Tyra Laffoon and Ellen McIntosh. She was born 23 August 1833 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana, and died 07 February 1872 in Baxter Springs, Cherokee County, Kansas. Burial: Aft. 07 February 1872, Ellis Schoolyard Cemetery, Chetopa, Labette County, Kansas. He married (2) Mary Ann Moore 31 January 1878 in Greene County, Indiana20. She was born 17 November 1832 in Indiana, and died before 22 February 1910 in Freedom, Owen County, Indiana. Burial: 22 February 1910, Farmers Cemetery, Freedom, Owen County, Indiana.
Samuel Jackson bought land in Labette County, Kansas on July 1, 1872. However mortgages were recorded in 1871, 1873, 1874, and finally a warranty deed to John J. Brake in 1874. It is likely that Samuel returned to Indiana accompanying the widowed Syrene McIntosh and her children in the summer of 1874. His home in Freedom, Indiana was still standing in 1981. (LeMay)
Mary Ann Moore Bryant Jackson was married first at age 17, on 16 June 1849 to Prosser H. Bryant. He died on 20 October 1861. Her pension application by right of her marriage to Samuel Jackson states that Bryant was never in the armed forces. She had children from her first marriage: Lizzie, Mandy, Henry, Melinda, Bill, John, Christopher Columbus.
Children of Samuel Jackson and Sarah Laffoon are:
+ 81 i. Joel5 Jackson, born 08 January 1853 in Near Freedom, Owen County, Indiana; died 15 March 1934 in Phoenix, Arizona.
+ 82 ii. Nancy Elizabeth Jackson, born 19 August 1854 in Near Freedom, Owen County, Indiana; died 1919.
+ 83 iii. Mary Teresa Jackson, born 28 April 1856 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana; died 03 March 1950.
+ 84 iv. George Franklin Lafoon Jackson, born 03 March 1857 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana; died 21 June 1922.
+ 85 v. Alfred Wesley Jackson, born 28 May 1858 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana; died 11 January 1946.
86 vi. Henry C. Jackson, born 03 November 1860 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana; died 21 February 1938 in Phoenix, Maicopa County, Arizona. Burial: Aft. 21 February 1938, Greenlawn Cemetery, Phoenix, Arizona.
Henry was a working cowboy and ranch hand, working at ranches in Wyoming, Colorado and other western states. He made his last years with his brother Joel so that after his death, he, Rosa Russell Jackson, his sister-in-law, and her brother Lawrence Russell shared a home for many years at 1902 E. Palm Lane, Phoenix. (Lester LeMay)
Death Notice for Henry C. Jackson, no date- submitted by Lester LeMay:
“Jackson, Henry C., uncle of Elvin Jackson and Ester Jackson LeMay: brother-in-law of Rosa R. Jackson, passed away Monday. Funeral services were conducted at 4 o’clock this afternoon from the chapel of A.H. McLellan Mortuary, with the Rev. R. E. Elmore officiating. Independent Order of Odd Fellows will have charge of the services at the cemetery.
87 vii. Cara Jackson, born 04 December 1867 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana; died 22 February 1870 in Labette County, Kansas.
22. Barbara4 Jackson (Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 1831 in Owen County, Indiana. She married Joseph Pruett 28 January 1857 in Owen County, Indiana. He was born 1834 in Kentucky.
Children of Barbara Jackson and Joseph Pruett are:
88 i. Nancy5 Pruett.
89 ii. James Pruett.
90 iii. Clara Pruett.
91 iv. Charles Pruett, born 1857; died Aft. 1869. He was a teenager when he was struck and killed by lightning.
92 v. Eliza Pruett, born 1862. Eliza never married. She lived in Albia, Iowa in the 1950’s.
93 vi. Alice Pruett, born 1864. She died in infancy.
23. Theresa4 Jackson (Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 1837 in Franklin Township, Owen County, Indiana. She married Albert Dyer 17 May 1858 in Owen County, Indiana, son of Edward Dyer and Catherine Danely. He was born 1837 in Greene County, Indiana, and died 14 May 1875 in Indiana. Burial: Aft. 14 May 1875, Jackson Cemetery near Vilas, Owen County, Indiana.
In 1860 Theresa Jackson Dyer was living in her father’s home with her son, Henry.
Child of Theresa Jackson and Albert Dyer is:
94 i. Henry J or E5 Dyer.
24. Andrew4 Jackson (Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 1837 in Indiana, and died 17 May 1901 in Military Home, Leavenworth County, Kansas. He married Susan Elizabeth Cooksey 18 October 1857 in Owen County, Indiana21. Her birthdate is calculated from her death age of 73y11m5d on 24 November 1910. She died of pneumonia. She was born 19 December 1837 in Atkinsonville, Owen County, Indiana, and died 24 November 1910 in Richardson, Dallas County, Texas22. Burial: Aft. 24 November 1910, McCree Cemetery, Richardson, Dallas County, Texas.
Letter from Opal Smith to her son, dated July 10, 1965, Spencer, Indiana, Route 1.
“Uncle Andrew and family had moved to Texas but it seemed that the wife and daughters decided they did not need him, so he came here and lived with us. [Elizabeth Jackson Dyer’s home] for a time but when his pension was allowed, she called him home. That was the last communication we had with the family. My brother worked in a filling-station in Amarillo several years ago and wrote he had served and had a long chat with a son of Uncle Andrew’s but that is all we ever heard.” (LeMay)
Owen County Indiana history mentions a “Pvt. Andrew Jackson in Co. B. 1846.”
Prior service was in Co H., 14th Indiana Infantry. Discharged from C 4th Artillary US Army.
“Declaration of Invalid Army Pension: Andrew Jackson enlisted in the service of the U. S. at Spencer, Owen County, Indiana on 19 Day of April 1861 as a Private in Company “C” commanded by Captain Beach in the 4th Regiment of US. Artillery in the War of 1861, and honorably discharged at Brandy Station, State of Virginia on 19 April 1864. He had grey eyes, black hair, dark complexion and was 6ft 2 1/2 inches tall. That while in the service aforesaid, and in the line of duty as a soldier at a place called Chancellorsville in the State of Virginia on the 2 day of May 1862, During battle he rec’d a gunshot wound in his left thigh causing lameness and weakness of leg which is permanent and disqualified him for manual labor a portion of his time. He was treated at Finley Hospital, Washington, DC.”
“Andrew Jackson enlisted on the 20th day of October 1862 and was assigned to Battery C 4 Regiment of US. Artillery, mustered June 30 1863 reports him “Absent in hospital wounded at Chancellorville, Virginia May 3, 1863. Muster Roll August 31, 1863 reports him “Absent wounded May 3, 1863. Reported “Released from duty by Surg in chg Finley Hsopital, Washington D. C. since july 15, 1863. Muster roll Oct 31, 1863 reports him “Present for duty” Camp near Warrenton Va; Muster roll Dec. 31, 1863, reports him: ‘Present in confinement” Camp near Brandy Station, Va. (Battery was in action at Mine Run, Virginia Nov 30/63) Muster roll Feby 29 1864, reports him “Present for duty” near Brandy Station, VA. Muster roll April 30, 1864, report him :Discharged at Brandy Station, Virginia April 19, 1864 by expiration of service . Not reported sick on any muster roll, other than quoted, during service in the regular army books of organization not on file.”
Children of Andrew Jackson and Susan Cooksey are:
95 i. Sarah5 Jackson.
96 ii. Louisa Jackson.
97 iii. Ella Jackson.
98 iv. Flora Evelyn Jackson.
99 v. Henry V. Jackson.
100 vi. Mary Jackson.
+ 101 vii. Joe Pruitt Jackson, born 28 May 1865 in Owen County, Indiana; died 09 May 1917 in Rio Vista, Johnson County, Texas.
102 viii. Jacob Jackson, born 27 February 1873.
25. John Jackson4 Brake (Mary3 Jackson, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 05 March 1822 in Owen County, Indiana, and died 25 August 1900 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 25 August 1900, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. He married (1) Elizabeth Rodgers 05 January 1854 in Vigo County, Indiana, daughter of Jonathan Rodgers and Nancy Dawson. She was born 1832. He married (2) Elizabeth Rogers 05 January 1854 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She was born 30 April 1832 in Indiana, and died 03 August 1912 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 03 August 1912, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
John died at his home at 113 S. 8th Street, Terre Haute, Indiana at age 78 years of paralysis. The graves were moved to Highland Lawn from somewhere else in the city.
He was listed in the 1850 census for Vigo County, Harrison Township, age 28, living with his parents. In 1860, Vigo County, he was age 38, had been married 10 years, had a real estate value of $700 and a personal property value of $5000.
Children of John Brake and Elizabeth Rodgers are:
103 i. Mary5 Brake, born 04 September 1854 in Vigo County, Indiana; died February 1863 in Indiana. Mary’s grave was moved to the Brake plot in Highland Lawn cemetery from the Woodlawn Cemetery [ 4 Div B. 38-16 – Foulkes]. Burial: Aft. 19 February 1863, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
104 ii. Carl Brake, born 23 May 1857 in Waupun, Dodge County, Wisconsin; died 1944 in California. Burial: 1944, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Wilson Homer Soale 28 February 1905 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
105 iii. Lydia Brake, born 21 October 1859 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 07 July 1875 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 07 July 1875, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
106 iv. Nancy Brake, born 15 September 1862 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 18 April 1863 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Her body was moved from the Woodlawn Cemetery.
Burial: Aft. 18 April 1863, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana
+ 107 v. Esther Brake, born 21 February 1864 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 19 September 1936 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
28. Eli4 Jackson (John Reger3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) died Bet. 1854 – 1857 in Champaign County, Illinois. He married Elizabeth S. Rinehart 14 April 1853.
Listed as a heir in John R. Jackson’s will. Marriages Bk. A, Champaign County, Illinois, show his marriage to Elizabeth S. Rinehart on April 14, 1853. Died before 16 March 1857 as Champaign County, Illinois Guardianship records show Elizabeth S. Jackson appointed guardian that day of Cornelia Jackson. Also Land Deeds Bk R., page 487, same county, November 1857 show Heirs of John r. Jackson as Mary Nelson, and John Nelson, Mahala Heater and William Heater, and Cornelia Jackson (with Joseph Sim Jr., as Cornelia’s guardian and literam). Champaign County, Illinois land deeds, Book 52, p. 485 show Cornelia Jackson (Spinster) sold property on 12 December 1877. Cornelia given as “sole surviving heir of Eli Jackson. Eli and Elizabeth did have one other child, Mary, who is buried in Clements Cemetery, Somers Twp., Champaign County, Illinois. Tombstone inscription: “Mary, d/o E. and E. S. Jackson d. Aug 27, 1854, aged 7m 11 d. Eli may be buried in the same cemetery but name is not found on the list. (Foulkes)
Children of Eli Jackson and Elizabeth Rinehart are:
109 i. Cornelia5 Jackson, died Aft. 1877.
110 ii. Mary Jackson, born 16 January 1854 in Illinois; died 27 August 1854 in Champaign County, Illinois. Her tombstone reads? d/o of E. and E. S. Jackson, died Aug. 27, 1854, 7m11d.
Burial: Aft. 27 August 1854, Clements Cemetery, Somers Township, Champaign County, Illinois
34. Henry Clay4 Jackson (Joel3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.)23 was born 24 February 1835 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana24, and died 13 July 1919 in Stamford, Texas. Burial: Aft. 13 July 1919, Stag Creek Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas. He married (1) Martha Jane Whaley 1866 in Jasper County, Missouri. She was born 05 December 1837 in North Carolina, and died 06 April 1888 in Comanche County, Texas. He married (2) Sarah Jane Courtney. She was born 05 April 1844, and died 11 June 1915 in Texas. Burial: Aft. 11 June 1915, Stag Creek Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas.
During a severe drought in Texas. Henry Clay sent word to his brother, Joel E., that he needed help. Joel E. wrote asking how he could help–said he could send money. Henry Clay wrote “don’t send money. We can’t eat money. Send us something to eat.” Joel E. sent a train car full of corn to the end of the railroad. Henry Clay and his neighbors went there and hauled the corn home in wagons. Henry Clay shared with everyone and wouldn’t take any pay for the corn. The next time the corn crop made, Henry Clay had his barns full of returned corn. (Lantz/Andrews).
Martha Jane Whaley Jackson was a very charming woman. She was a talented seamstress and pattern cutter. Men came from miles around to have suit patterns cut because she could look at a man and cut a well-fitting pattern.
Children of Henry Jackson and Martha Whaley are:
111 i. Samuel H.5 Jackson.
+ 112 ii. William Carlton Jackson, born 25 January 1867 in Comanche County, Texas; died 08 September 1945 in Sonora, Texas.
+ 113 iii. John Walter Jackson, born 11 July 1868 in New Albany, Kansas; died 20 January 1947 in Stamford, Texas.
114 iv. Charles Allan Jackson, born 09 February 1871; died 03 April 1888.
+ 115 v. James Oliver Jackson, born 09 February 1871.
+ 116 vi. Essie Jackson, born 21 April 1873; died 25 March 1914 in Austwell, Texas.
+ 117 vii. Thomas Hadden Jackson, born 04 March 1875 in Benton County, Arkansas; died 20 February 1956 in Sipe Springs, Texas.
40. Leonard D.4 Jackson (Jacob R.3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 26 October 1839 in Vigo County, Indiana, and died 17 May 1872 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 17 May 1872, Vigo County, Indiana. He married Nellie Marden.
Child of Leonard Jackson and Nellie Marden is:
+ 118 i. Jacob5 Jackson.
41. Caroline E.4 Jackson (Jacob R.3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 16 August 1842 in Vigo County, Indiana, and died 07 August 1923 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 07 August 1923, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Irving Volney Preston 27 August 1863 in Waupun, Dodge County, Wisconsin, son of Volney Preston and Martha Johnson. He was born 21 July 1837 in Herkimer County, New York25, and died 21 October 1910 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana26. Burial: Aft. 21 October 1910, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
Obit: Terre Haute Tribune, August 5, 1925
Mrs. Caroline Preston
Mrs. Caroline Preston, age 81, widow of the late Irving V. Preston, died at her residence, 501 North Seventh Street at 2:45 a.m. on Friday. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Herman Hulman, Mrs. Harry J. Foulkes, and Mrs. Frank N. Ryan all of this city The funeral, to which friends are invited, will be held from the residence at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. The burial at Highland Lawn cemetery will be private.
Mrs. Preston was a member of the local D.A.R. and an active worker in the First Congregational church for many years, where her charming personality made her loved by all with whom she came in contact. Her many friends are greatly grieved over her death and those who knew her intimately feel that the city has lost a sweet and pleasing personality.
Mrs. Preston remained active in church and social affairs until a short time ago when her illness made her too feeble to leave the house.
History of Vigo County:
“Irving Preston, of the firm of Preston & Harris, Terre Haute, was born at Richfield Springs, N.Y, July 21, 1837 and is a son of Volney and Martha (Johnston) Preston. Irving who is the younger of two children, received his education in the public schools of Richfield Springs, N.Y. In 1852 he went to Waupan, Wisconsin and clerked in a general store until 1861, when he engaged in the drug and grocery trade, in which, by good financiering and close application to business, he made a success. He sold out his store in 1874, and coming to Vigo county, he here embarked in the farming and dairying business, and has continued in the same since. Mr. Preston was married in Waupun, Wisconsin, August 21, 1863, to Carolina E., daughter of Jacob Jackson, who was a prominent and wealthy farmer of this county. Her mother’s maiden name was Mary Donnelly; they were natives of Tennessee, and died in this county. Mrs. Preston is the third in a family of eight children, and was born in Terre Haute, May 10, 1842. Mr. and Mrs. Preston have had born to them four children: Gertrude, wife of Herman Hulman, Jr.; Mary, Carrie and Irving. Mrs. Preston is a member of the Congregational Church.”
Jane Foulkes resources for this family:
1860 Waupun Twp., Dodge Co., Wisconsin Vol. 2: pg. 35.
1870 Waupun Twp., Dodge Co., Wisconsin, South Ward, p. 6, family 35.
Copy of Irvin V. Preston’s death certificate.
Copy of Marriage record.
Obit for Caroline Jackson Preston – T.H. Saturday, “Spectator”, 11 August 1923.
National Society DAR #164160
Marriage of Gertrude – Newspaper article in Geo. Foulkes scrapbook
Marriage of Mary – Vigo County Marriage records
Marriage of Caroline – Wedding announcement.
Cemetery plots Highland Lawn, Lot 72, section 6.
Children of Caroline Jackson and Irving Preston are:
119 i. Gertrude5 Preston, born 07 April 1869 in Waupun, Dodge County, Wisconsin; died 28 November 1944 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 28 November 1944, Calvary Hill Cemetery, Hulman Plot, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Herman Hulman 17 March 1887 in Cincinnati, Ohio; born 1867; died 1922. Burial: 1922, Calvary Hill Cemetery, Hulman Plot, Vigo County, Indiana.
Obit: Terre Haute Tribune, November 29, 1944
“Mrs. Gertrude Palmer
Funeral Services for Mrs. Gertrude Palmer will be held at the residence, 1326 South Sixth street, at 3:30 o’clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Palmer, wife of Walter G. Palmer, died at 11:30 o’clock Tuesday morning at the residence from a heat attack, although she had been seriously ill for about three weeks. Besides the husband she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Harry Foulkes and Mrs. Frank Ryan, Sr., ..three nephews, Jack Foulkes, Frank Ryan, Jr., P. J. Ryan, and two nieces, Mrs. Charles McCrory of Indianapolis and Mrs. Hal Moore of Washington, D. C. The body was taken to the P. J. Ryan & Sons Funeral Home and returned to the residence. Funeral services will be held there at 3:30 o’clock Thursday afternoon. Burial will be made in the Calvary cemetery. Palbearers will be William Cahill, Harry Cole, Harry Arnold, Ward Hubbard, Al Kivits and Joe Parsons.”
+ 120 ii. Mary Preston, born 24 September 1874 in Waupun, Dodge County, Wisconsin; died 02 January 1946 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
+ 121 iii. Caroline Preston, born 14 September 1879 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 16 March 1964 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
122 iv. Irving W. Preston, born 14 March 1885 in Vigo County, Indiana; died 16 January 1905 in Vigo County, Indiana27. Burial: Aft. 16 January 1905, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
Generation No. 4
46. Harrison Boneparte5 Jackson (Joel Perry4, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 08 April 1852 in Jasper County, Missouri28. Burial: Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.30 He married (1) Parthena Elizabeth Stump 21 September 1873 in Jasper County, Missouri29. She was born 08 March 1852, and died 22 June 1874 in Jasper County, Missouri. She died in childbirth. Burial: Aft. 22 June 1874, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri. He married (2) Sarah A. Vanbeber 25 December 1876, daughter of Granville Vanbeber and Mary Lee. She was born 25 October 1856 in Logan County, Tennessee, and died 17 June 1877 in Jasper County, Missouri. Burial: Aft. 17 June 1877, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri. He married (3) Eliza J. McQueen June 1879. She was born 1860 in Osage County, Missouri. Burial: Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
“Harrrison B. Jackson was born in Jasper county, Missouri April 8, 1852 and raised in this county. His father Joel died in 1865 at Ft. Scott, Kansas. During the late Rebellion the family were compelled to flee the country, and took up their home at Ft. Scott, Kansas, until the war ceased returning in 1867 to this county. Was married in June 1873 to Eliza Stump of Cherokee county, Kansas who was born in Missouri. She died in June 1874. Married the second time Dec 25, 1876 to Sarah A. Vanbeber, who was born in Logan county, Tennessee. She died in June 1877. Was again married in Jun 1879 to Eliza J. McQueen who was born in Osage County, Missouri in 1860. Names of their children are Edith and a baby, George. both are members of the Baptist Church; has a farm of sixty-three acres; had twenty-eight acres in wheat averaging twenty eight bushels, and ten acres in corn averaging forty bushels. There are 100 young bearing trees on the farm. Mr. Jackson is prospecting for mineral on a farm near by. His father was one of the earliest settlers of the county, and realized some of the early dangers and hardships of the county. There were plenty of Indians and wild game as turkeys, wild-cats, panthers and deer. This farm is about one-half mile south of Smithfield in Township 28, Range 34 and Section 12, near the banks of Spring River. ”
Marriage Notes for Harrison Jackson and Parthena Stump:
Vol. E. Jasper County Marriages.
Child of Harrison Jackson and Parthena Stump is:
123 i. Alice6 Jackson, born 1874 in Jasper County, Missouri; died 1874 in Jasper County, Missouri.
She died at age 7 days. Burial: 1874, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
Children of Harrison Jackson and Eliza McQueen are:
124 i. Ethel6 Jackson, born 1881 in Jasper County, Missouri; died 1881 in Jasper County, Missouri.
Burial: 1881, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
125 ii. George Joel Jackson, born 1882 in Jasper County, Missouri; died 1883 in Jasper County, Missouri. He died at age 17 months. Burial: 1883, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
126 iii. Willis Jackson, born between 1891 – 1892 in Jasper County, Missouri; died 1892 in Jasper County, Missouri. He died at age 8m7d. Burial: 1892, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
47. Sarah Josephine5 Jackson (Joel Perry4, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 27 November 1854 in Jasper County, Missouri, and died 31 August 1941 in Jasper County, Missouri. Burial: Aft. 31 August 1941, Twin Grove Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri. She married Silas A. Stuckey 25 December 1873 in Jasper County, Missouri31, son of Richard Stuckey and Martha McVictor. He was born 16 December 1850 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania32,33, and died 1932 in Jasper County, Missouri. Burial: 1932, Twin Grove Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
Silas A. Stuckey
“On the roster of county officials in Jasper County appears the name of Silas A. Stuckey and no higher testimonial of his faithful and efficient service can be given than a statement of the fact that he has been reelected for a second term of four years so that his incumbency will continue until 1903. He was born in Bedford, Pennsylvania, December 16, 1850, a son of Richard S. and Martha J. (McVictor) Stuckey, both of whom were also natives of Bedford. The father was a farmer by occupation, and his father was one of the pioneer settlers of Bedford. He became very prominent in military circles there and was known as Major Stuckey, being for a long period connected with the militia of Pennsylvania with official rank. he married a Miss Silvers, of Pennsylvania, whose ancestors came to this country with the Penn colony. After engaging in the cultivation of his farm in Pennsylvania for a number of years Richard S. Stuckey brought his family to the Mississippi valley, locating in Knox county, Illinois, where he resided until 1867, at which time he came to Jasper county, Missouri, settling near Twin Grove upon a new farm. He improved the land, transforming it into richly cultivated fields, and upon that place both he and his wife spent their remaining days.
Silas A. Stuckey was only two years of age when his parents went to Illinois, where he was reared until his sixteenth year. He began his education in the common schools, later attended a high school and then supplemented that course by study in a normal school. After coming to Jasper county he pursued a four-months course of study, and for seven years engage in teaching through the winter months, proving a capable educator. On expiration of that period he embarked in business, engaging in merchandising. After four years, however, he abandoned commercial pursuits to engage in zinc and lead mining, which he has followed successfully in the vicinity of Joplin. He is at present financially interested in the Duenweg mine and also the Lehigh mine, both in Jasper county. Mining has become one of the leading industries of this portion of the state, and the development of the rich mineral resources of southwester Missouri contributes not alone to the individual prosperity of the stockholders but also to the general success and welfare. Mr. Stuckey also aided in organizing the Carl Junction Bank, and was its firs vice-president, but after a time disposed of his stock in the enterprise.
On Christmas day of 1873 Mr. Stuckey was married to Miss Sarah J. Jackson, a daughter of Joel Jackson, a prominent pioneer settler who located in Jasper county in 1840. Five children, now living, have been born unto Mr. and Mrs. Stuckey: Pearl, Mary Josephine, Anna fern, Georgia Gertrude and Eugenia; and three, David Perry, Artemus Jackson and Lena, died in infancy.; and the first names is now assisting her father in the office. In his political vies Mr. Stuckey is a staunch Republican, and takes an active interest in party work. In 1894 he was the nominee for the position of county clerk, and after being elected and serving for four years he was again chosen to the office by popular ballot, so that he is now serving for the second term. he is a man of strong purpose, of decided views and of unquestioned integrity, and his upright life has not only been crowned by business success but has also gained for him the unqualified respect and confidence of his fellow men. ” (Biographical Record of Jasper County, Missouri, by Hon. Malcolm G. McGregor, 1901, p. 103-105- includes his picture.)
“Baptist Church This branch of believers in the Christian faith was organized about the year 1871 by Rev. James Smith, and among the early members were D. Smith and wife, John Barkley, Gilbert Forest and daughter, Mrs. David Stiers, Mrs. Mary Postwood, Harrison Jackson, Nancy Leaming, Silas Stuckey and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Loop, Mrs. Vivion and daughters, James Whitten and wife, B. C. Baker and wife, Mrs. J. Fountain, Mr. Slay ball and wife, Mr. Glick and wife, Samuel McBee and wife. The house is a frame, 30 x 44 with good furniture. It was dedicated in September 1875. The pastors have been Revs. Wilkes, Pool, Pierce, Hamilton, Smith, and Martin. The present membership is sixty-five, and the church is in a good condition, its future prospects bright”. (History of Jasper County, Twin Grove Township:
“Silas A. Stuckey was born in Bedford county, PA December 16, 1850, removing with his father to Knox county, IL in 1853. He married in December 1873 to Sarah J. Jackson, a native of Jasper county, MO who was born in 1854. There is one child living, Pearl, and three dead. He, with his father, came to Jasper county in 1867, being among the oldest residents who have immigrated to the county since the civil war. For a number of years he engaged in farming, but in 1871, went in as a clerk for William Cooley in the Pioneer Grocery Store at Smithfield. In 1876, he assumed a proprietary interest in the same business, continuing until 1881, when he disposed of his interest and took an interest in mining, which he still maintains. He is at present the principal of the Smithfield schools, which are in a flourishing condition.” (History of Jasper County, Twin Grove Township, p. 827)
Marriage Notes for Sarah Jackson and Silas Stuckey:
Vol. D. Jasper County Marriages.
Children of Sarah Jackson and Silas Stuckey are:
127 i. Pearl6 Stuckey. She married Fred Hollingsworth.
128 ii. Mary Josephine Stuckey. She married John Eckman.
129 iii. Anna Fern Stuckey. She married Ray Clarke.
130 iv. Georgia Gertrude Stuckey. She married Earl Stewart.
131 v. Eugenia Stuckey.
132 vi. David Perry Stuckey.
133 vii. Artemus Jackson Stuckey.
134 viii. Lena Stuckey.
49. Elizabeth Griffith5 Jackson (Joel Perry4, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 24 January 1859, and died 18 May 1913. She married John M. Stafford 24 December 1876. He was born 1852, and died 1896.
Children of Elizabeth Jackson and John Stafford are:
135 i. Earl Carlton6 Stafford, born 1878; died 1879. Burial: 1879
136 ii. May Stafford, born 1880. She married Charles W. Hilburn.
137 iii. Charles Ray Stafford, born 1887; died 1915.
50. Joseph William5 Jackson (Joel Perry4, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 1863, and died 1938 in Missouri. Burial: 1938, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri. He married Ida May Howard. She was born 1872, and died 1958 in Missouri. Burial: 1958, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
Children of Joseph Jackson and Ida Howard are:
138 i. Archibald6 Jackson.
139 ii. Joseph Jackson.
140 iii. Helga Jackson.
141 iv. Harrison H. Jackson, born 25 October 1889; died 08 July 1893 in Jasper County, Missouri.
Burial: Aft. 08 July 1893, Mounds Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri
52. Martha Willis5 Rusk (Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 31 July 1850, and died 04 October 1886 in Bourbon County, Kansas. Burial: Aft. 04 October 1886, Large Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kansas. She married Henry Reuben Huddleston. He was born 06 January 1848, and died 05 January 1915 in Missouri. Burial: Aft. 05 January 1915, Carl Junction Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.
Children of Martha Rusk and Henry Huddleston are:
142 i. Thomas6 Huddleston, born 1868. He died young.
143 ii. Charles Walter Huddleston, born 19 May 1869; died 12 February 1929 in Missouri. Burial: Aft. 12 February 1929, Carl Junction Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri. He married Cordelia Vincent; born 21 July 1877; died 21 March 1955.
144 iii. Edward A. Huddleston, born 1871; died 1886.
145 iv. Parish G. Huddleston, born 1873. He married Mary Caldwell.
146 v. William A. Huddleston, born 1875; died 1897.
147 vi. Daniel Lester Huddleston, born 1877. He married Minnie Gatewood.
148 vii. Reuben Earl Huddleston, born 1879. He married Blanche Hazlett.
149 viii. Josie Eveline Huddleston, born 1885. She married George Rizdon.
150 ix. Richard M. Huddleston, born 1886.
54. James Oliver5 Rusk (Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 05 April 1854 in Joplin, Missouri.
Child of James Oliver Rusk is:
151 i. Olive6 Rusk. She married Mr. Webb.
56. Laura Reger5 Rusk (Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 18 September 1858 in Joplin, Missouri. She married Isaac Marquis.
Children of Laura Rusk and Isaac Marquis are:
152 i. Charlie6 Marquis.
153 ii. Claud Marquis. He lived in Baxter Springs, Kansas, one known child.
58. William Isaac5 Rusk (Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 08 April 1863. He married Mollie Bristow.
Child of William Rusk and Mollie Bristow is:
154 i. Hazel6 Rusk. She married Albert Potter.
59. Lilly Belle5 Rusk (Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 02 June 1866. She married (1) Mr. Bristow. She married (2) Harry Mills.
Children of Lilly Rusk and Bristow are:
155 i. Frank6 Bristow.
156 ii. Bennie Bristow.
Children of Lilly Rusk and Harry Mills are:
157 i. Glenn6 Mills.
158 ii. Nell Mills.
62. Maggie A.5 Rusk (Alsey Evelyn4 Jackson, Isaac3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 24 April 1873 in Joplin, Missouri, and died 27 August 1963 in Webb City, Missouri. She married John D. Rickman, son of William Rickman and Lydia Amanda.
Children of Maggie Rusk and John Rickman are:
159 i. Ralph Ivan6 Rickman. He married Esther Violet Hoffman.
160 ii. Ruth Opal Rickman. She married Milford Edward Stuckey.
161 iii. Olive Beatrice Rickman. She married Joseph Elmer Barr.
162 iv. Lula Belle Rickman, born 15 August 1906 in Webb City, Missouri. She married Roy Theodore Reis 24 February 1927 in Webb City, Missouri. Roy was a farmer and an engineer at the Joplin Water Works.
81. Joel5 Jackson (Samuel4, Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 08 January 1853 in Near Freedom, Owen County, Indiana, and died 15 March 1934 in Phoenix, Arizona. Burial: Aft. 15 March 1934, Greenlawn Cemetery, Phoenix, Arizona. He married (1) Ella Lillibridge 06 November 1875 in Altamont, Labette County, Kansas34. She was born 1853, and died 1879. He married (2) Rosa Emma Russell 23 December 1896 in Gering, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska. She was born 20 February 1870, and died 15 July 1946.
Family Reunion: Gering, Nebraska Courier, August 1911, clipping and illustrations from Rosa Jackson’s scrapbook. (LeMay)
“A pleasant family reunion was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jackson Thursday, when the Russell brothers were all together for the first time in several years. Those present were: The father, Mr. Russell, who makes his home with his daughters, Mrs. Jackson, Henry, Ralph, Lawrence, Clarence and Herbert Russell with their families and L. J. Wyman and family. Lawrence expects to leave with his family next week for Florida where he will look after his property interests.”
LeMay: Photo of Joel and Sarah included in issue (Jackson Scrapbook, 1982)
“Joel, first son of Samuel and Sarah Laffoon Jackson was born in their home in Franklin Township, Owen County, Indiana. He was living in an area his grandfather had settled and helped wrest from the wilderness 35 years before. In 1852, the year before Joel was born, Franklin Township was one of the more prosperous ones of Owen County with 163 polls and a valuation of lands at $77,576. Joel born 8 January 1853 grew up in a farming community where public schools were only run three months a year. The first one had begun in 1840. As a result, Joel obtained only about the equivalent of a 4th or 5th grade education.
Joel grew up in the heated politics of a nation headed for division. Whigs, Democrats and the new Republicans vied for the people’s political affections. After Lincoln was elected in 1860 and the Civil War began, Joel’s father Samuel enlisted in the Union army in 1864. Joel was just 11 and had to help care for his 5 younger brothers and sisters. Samuel was discharged at Nashville 27 Sept 1865 and came home to an area suffering under the strain of depressed prices and unemployment. Sam and Sarah comforted themselves in each other and their last child, Cara, born 4 Dec. 1867.
In 1869 the government offered Osage Indian lands in Kansas for settlement and purchase and Samuel and his young family decided to go with two of Sarah’s uncles Joseph and Jacob McIntosh to make a new beginning in Kansas plains country.
Samuel entered 160 acres of Osage lands about 15 miles from Cheopta, Labette County (NW1/4 Section12-T34S R19E) in 1869. (map included)
Kansas was not kind to the new settlers. Sarah’s uncle, Joseph McIntosh, died of pneumonia before 17 June 1879 and was buried in Ellis cemetery 1/2 mile south of Samuel’s land. Cara also died in 1870, a child of two. The worst blow came 7 February when Sarah herself died and Samuel was left with Joel 19, Nancy age 17, Mary 15, George almost 15 and Henry 11 to care for and raise.
Within the next four years, Nancy had married Andrew Pickett, Mary Theresa (known as Mollie) had married Samuel Newell, Joel had married Elvira Lillibridge, (Ella in the other account) and probably Samuel had returned to Owen County, Indiana, for in 1878 there he married Mary Ann (Moore) Bryant, a widow with seven children. Freedom, Indiana was the elder Jacksons’ home for the rest of their days.
A close eight of the Jacksons in Labette County was Charles Lillibridge. (son of Willard Stephens Lillibridge and Betsey S. Collins). His widowed mother with her children at home, Jerome and Elvira, lived not far away. Elvira was four years older than Joel, but when they married at Oswego, Kansas 6 November 1875 both listed “age 22” on the license. Perhaps Joel didn’t know then that he was marrying “an older woman”.
In 1876 a daughter Evelyn was born and in February 1880 a son, Gale Clifford, but eh young mother died 11 October 1881 leaving her heartbroken Joel with two babies to care for. In 1883 Evelyn died. Joel had had enough. He asked a family by the name of Rinker (Rankin in the other account) to care for his two-year old son and he left for Golden, Colorado to start a new life.
It is said that Joel got a job in Golden driving for a brewery because he didn’t drink. (Could this ave been Coors, the now famous Golden, Colorado brewery?)
Joel also worked for several Cattle companies and in 1888 he had homesteaded near Henry, Nebraska near Scottsbluff.
The Calvin Russell family lived near Joel. He had almost stuck Calvin with a pitchfork once when the old man had taken refuge in a haystack, but after that mishap, they had become good friends and young Rosa, though 17 years his junior, had attracted Joel’s eye. Rosa’s mother died in 1896 after a stroke had debilitated her years before. On December 23rd 1896, despite a winter storm, Joel and Rosa married (see clipping)
Joel and Rosa’s second family was born in the next six years: Esther in 1897, Agnes 1898 (but died after two days, premature because of the measles.), Elvin in 1900, and Sam in 1902. Their ranch was crossed by the famed Oregon Trail as it crossed into Wyoming. Travellers were often provided hospitality, and warmth pervaded their home. Rosa’s father made his home with them till his death in 1917. Joel’s father Samuel had died in Indiana 18 August 1905.
The winters in Nebraska were hard and cold. As early as 1907 Joel’s brother-in-law, Henry Russell suggested he move to the warm southwest for his rheumatism. By November 1918, they had decided to make the move. They went by way of west Texas so Joel could visit his brother Wesley whom he had not seen for 40 years. Rosa and Esther went by train, but Joel and his sons fixed up the car with an adjoining tent and camped along the way. As they by passed some of the towns they saw coffins stacked awaiting burial of flu victims.
At the border between Wyoming (a wet state, liquor-wise) and Colorado which was dry, an inspector stopped them to see if they were carrying any liquor. Joel said, ‘No, except for a little bit to use if we get the flu.’ But the inspector spied a gallon jug of motor oil they had and insisted on trying it.!
When they camped out near Colorado Springs, they heard the town explode with bells and whistles. It was the armistice of World War I. Elvin was particularly happy for he had passed his physical and was expecting to be called up for service any time.
Rosa’s photo album is full of pictures of the cousins they met in Texas, for Wes had the largest of the Jackson families.
The Jacksons traveled on to Mesa, Arizona, where Rosa bought 20 acres on 10 March 1919 from the D. A. Rust’s. A copy of the deed reveals that C. H. Russell, Rosa’s brother was the Notary. In the summer, Joel, Rosa and Sam went back to Nebraska to sell the ranch, while Esther went to California to work for the Newells and Elvin stayed to farm cotton. But the next year, when Joel stayed the summer, he wasn’t so pleased with the heat and he sold the land (for a profit) and bought 60 acres of grazing land in Chino Valley, about 100 miles north.
While they were in Chino Valley, Elvin and Esther both married. In 1827 Elvin married Rivers Copeland, daughter of a Wickenburg physician, and in 1929 Esther married James Autie LeMay, a Santa Fe Railroad clerk.
About 1920 Joel wrote to his son Sam: ‘Just a line to let you know I am thinking of you, more so when we hear of storms up Prescott and vicinity. I often wondered where you were when trouble on the lines comes. Well, be careful of yourself and conserve your earning for times are not getting better fast.’
Sam worked as a lineman for the Arizona Power Company, and Joel’s worst fears were fulfilled 22 August 1932 when in a freak accident Sam came in contact with a hot line and was electrocuted. He was engaged to Flo Moyer who grieved deeply his tragic end.
In 1933 the Jacksons visited in California, Oregon, and Nebraska but letters reveal that Joel was not feeling well the last part of the trip. Joel died of a stomach upset 15 March 1934, age 81.
Rosa stayed on in her now urban home, sharing it with her brother Lawrence who had been divorced from his wife, and her bachelor brother-in-law Henry Jackson. Henry died in 1938 and was buried in Green lawn Cemetery in Phoenix next to Joel and Sam. Rosa was visiting Ester in Prescott when on 15 July 1946 she died of heart failure caused by water on the lungs. I remember rubbing her back the night before she died to ease her suffering. It was Rosa who kept letters, clippings and was herself highly interested in the family tree whose storehouse of materials help me write this with some fullness.
Such is the history of Joel Jackson. If all the readers of the Scrapbook will help, I hope to write a similar summary of each of the other children of Samuel and Sarah Laffoon Jackson and also provide what biographical information I can on other descendants and lines of interest. I want to illustrate with pictures, letters and clippings. To disseminate such sources is to preserve for posterity!
Obit: submitted by Lester LeMay
We briefly noted the death of Joel Jackson last week as having occurred at Phoenix, Arizona on the 15th of this month. We have received the following more detailed facts relative to his life which we are glad to publish because of the splendid standing acquired in this valley by Mr. Jackson during his long years of residence here. He was widely known and held in utmost respect by all who knew him. Mr. Jackson visited in the valley just summer and many old friends who then met him again did not realize that he was in a serious state of health. Live trouble was the cause of his final illness which did not become critical until the last few months before he was finally claimed by death.
Joel Jackson was born in Freedom, Indiana on January 8, 1853, and departed this life on March 15, 1934, thus being age 81 years 2 months, 7 days. He removed with his parents in early youth to Kansas. In 1875 he married Ella Lillibridge, who passed away four years later. To this union were born two children, a boy and a girl, the latter passing away in childhood. In 1883 he went to Golden, Colo. where he was employed for several years until he came to this section of Western Nebraska in 1888. He filed and proved up on a preemption claim near the present site of Morrill, after which he removed to the south side of the river, homesteading south of Henry, where the family lived for about twenty-five years. On December 23, 1896, he married Miss Rosa E. Russel, daughter of Calvin W. Russell, and to this union four children were born, a daughter passing away in infancy, and Sam, the youngest son, about one year ago.
In 1918, the family removed to Arizona, spending ten years in the Little Chino Valley, then removing again to a small tract adjacent to the city of Phoenix, which was the family home at the time of his death. Mr. Jackson was a member of the Christian church at Prescott, Arizona.
His death is ___ by his widow, one son, Elwin R. Jackson, Phoenix, and one daughter, Mrs. J. A. Lemay, William, Ariz.”
Marriage Notes for Joel Jackson and Ella Lillibridge:
“A Quiet Wedding
On Wednesday December 23rd, Mr. Joel Jackson and Miss Rosa Russell, both of Caldwell were united in marriage at the home of O. O. McHenry, Elder J. W. Hill performing the ceremony. It was a quiet wedding, only a few close friends being invited. A brother of the bride, Lawrence Russell, was best man, and Miss Lucy McHenry was bridesmaid. The bride was becomingly gowned in wine color trimmed with cream satin lace. The ceremony over and greetings ended, all repaired to the dinging room to partake of the supper in readiness for them. They were the recipients of beautiful and appropriate gifts. Mr. Jackson was one of the early inhabitants of this country, having been engaged with several of the leading cattle companies doing business in the west. He is now in the employ of the Guthrie stock company. The bride is the estimable daughter of C. W. Russell, they will go to Guthrie, Wyoming, where his business demands his attention, but later they will return to his home in this county near the Wyoming line – Homestead, Gering, Nebraska.
The bride is a sister of Mrs. Fremont Peckham. She lived here over a year seven years ago and has many friends in this vicinity.”
Children of Joel Jackson and Ella Lillibridge are:
163 i. Evelyn6 Jackson, born 1876; died 1883.
164 ii. Gale Clifford Jackson, born 1879.
Children of Joel Jackson and Rosa Russell are:
165 i. Esther Myrtle6 Jackson, born 09 October 1897; died 11 February 1993. She married James Autie Lemay 1929; born 21 September 1887; died 01 January 1981.
166 ii. Agnes Jackson, born 21 December 1898; died 23 December 1898.
167 iii. Elvin Russell Jackson, born 06 June 1900; died 30 May 1996. He married (1) Rivers Opal Copeland 1927; born 1903; died 1963. He married (2) Joyce Copeland Boyd 1963.
168 iv. Samuel Calvin Jackson, born 11 August 1902 in Caldwell, Nebraska; died 22 August 1932 in Poland Junction, Arizona. Samuel was a lineman for the Arizona Power Company and was electrocuted. Burial: Aft. 22 August 1932, Greenlawn Cemetery, Phoenix, Arizona
Obit: 22 August 1932 – submitted by Lester LeMay
“ Funeral services for Sam Jackson, thirty-year -old Arizona Power company lineman, electrocuted at Poland Junction yesterday, are to be conducted at two o’clock Thursday afternoon in the Lester Ruffner chapel, it was announced today.
Burial is to follow in Phoenix, the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jackson.
Jackson had hold of a guy wire when is came in contact with a 44,000 volt line. Death practically was instantaneous because his heart action was stopped immediately and could not be stimulated again through artificial resuscitation was attempted for an hour or more by his co-workers on the job.
He was born August 11, 1902, in Caldwell, Nebr. about seven years ago obtained his first employment with the power company “on the rim” as employee call it, meaning in one of the Verde Valley hydro plants. His mother was in Prescott when the accident happened. A sister, Mrs. J. E. LeMay of 614 Lincoln Avenue, with whom Jackson had been residing, was preparing to move to Winslow today, where her husband has been transferred by the Santa Fe. Jackson, therefore was getting ready to move his lodging to the home of Dr. ____M. Tolle. Friends said Jackson and Miss Flo Moyer, Prescott public school teacher, were engaged to be married toward the end of the year.”
Yesterday’s electrocution was the first time since 1825 when two employees in the Childs hydro plant died from the cause. Jackson was the twelfth or fourteenth person electrocuted in the Arizona Power system since it started toward the close of the last century.
Elvin R. Jackson, a brother, living in Phoenix, was in Prescott today making the funeral arrangements.
82. Nancy Elizabeth5 Jackson (Samuel4, Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 19 August 1854 in Near Freedom, Owen County, Indiana, and died 1919. She married Andrew Pickett.
Children of Nancy Jackson and Andrew Pickett are:
169 i. Elizabeth6 Pickett.
170 ii. William Pickett.
171 iii. John Pickett.
83. Mary Teresa5 Jackson (Samuel4, Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 28 April 1856 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana, and died 03 March 1950. She married Samuel W. Newell 11 November 1874 in Oswego, Labette County, Kansas. He was born 1851, and died 1923.
Children of Mary Jackson and Samuel Newell are:
172 i. John J.6 Newell, born 1875; died 1949. He married Maude Russell Blakeslee 1898; born 1879; died 1970.
173 ii. Stanley Newell, born 1889. He married Arlene.
84. George Franklin Lafon5 Jackson (Samuel4, Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 03 March 1857 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana, and died 21 June 1922. He was an adopted son. He married Florence Adell Vreeland 10 November 1888 in Salubria, Washington County, Idaho. She was born 1867.
Children of George Jackson and Florence Vreeland are:
174 i. Della6 Jackson, born 1891. She married Walter.
175 ii. Orville Jackson, born 1893. He married Floy Lavelle Sims 1923.
176 iii. Eldon Jackson, born 1896. He married Doris Hamilton 1908.
177 iv. Hollie V. Jackson, born 1898; died 1935. He married Eva Howery 1921.
178 v. Ellis Jackson, born 1902; died 1967. He married Evalina Holrich 1923.
85. Alfred Wesley5 Jackson (Samuel4, Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 28 May 1858 in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana, and died 11 January 1946. He married Mary E. Tongate 26 October 1881. She was born 1858, and died 1941.
Children of Alfred Jackson and Mary Tongate are:
179 i. Edward Oliver6 Jackson, born 1880; died 1945. He married Modina Elizabeth Stidham 1900; born 1882.
180 ii. Carlie Jackson, born 1882; died 1957. She married William Wardlow Johnson 1901; died 1957.
181 iii. James Bailey Jackson, born 1885; died 1968. He married Glenna Alice Green; born 1887 in 1968.
182 iv. John Lewis Jackson, born 1888; died 1961. He married Arizona Woodrow Wilson 1924; born 1896.
183 v. Roy Dale Jackson, born 1891; died 1955. He married Lucille Prim 1913.
Roy Dale married twice and had three known children.
184 vi. Katy Helen Jackson, born 1893; died 18 October 198235. She married Hubert Lafayette Sone 1919; born 1892; died 1970.
Katy was retired missionary for the Methodist church, having served many years with her husband in the orient. She taught piano lessons up to a month before she died. Her daughter Margaret is a school teacher and wife of Dr. Richard Millsap, Pastor of an influential Methodist church in Fort Worth, Texas. Forrest Sone, her son, lives in California. (LeMay, 1982)
185 vii. Joe Samuel Jackson, born 1895; died 27 October 1982 in Hale Center, Texas35. He married Gertrude Jackson; born 1897; died 1965.
Obit: “A farmer, Joe had a keen sense of the worth of land and lived on his land until ill health intervened a few years ago. His wife and son Joe, Jr., predeceased him. He is survived by daughter Christine Campainge of Pampa, Texas and Jane Adams, wife of a professor at the University of Texas in San Antonio. Joe was 87 years old. ”
186 viii. Winnie Davis Jackson, born 1898. She married John Amos West; born 1905.
- Joe Pruitt5 Jackson (Andrew4, Henry3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 28 May 1865 in Owen County, Indiana36, and died 09 May 1917 in Rio Vista, Johnson County, Texas37. He married Nancy Helen Mansker. She was born 21 November 1872 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, and died 06 May 1948 in Covington, Hill County, Texas.
Child of Joe Jackson and Nancy Mansker is:
187 i. Elbert Lowell6 Jackson, born 10 January 1909 in Goatneck, Johnson County, Texas; died 16 January 1986 in Brownsfield, Terry County, Texas. He married Myrtle Louise Greene; born 18 June 1915 in Polk County, Georgia.
107. Esther5 Brake (John Jackson4, Mary3 Jackson, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 21 February 1864 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, and died 19 September 1936 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 19 September 1936, Woodlawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Edgar Breckinridge Hall 06 March 1883 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, son of John Hall and Eliza Jane. He was born 20 July 1857 in Parke County, Indiana, and died 28 August 1918 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 28 August 1918, Woodlawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. The Woodlawn Cemetery is located on Route 41.
Children of Esther Brake and Edgar Hall are:
188 i. Ruth Agnes6 Hall, born 1884 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 17 July 1981 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Robert Edgar Smith 1911 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 17 July 1981, Roselawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Roselawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana
189 ii. Mary Louise Hall, born 02 May 1886 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 01 June 1887 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 01 June 1887, Woodlawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
190 iii. Margaret Eleana Hall, born 1894 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married John Theodore Leburg 1922 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Fowler Cemetery, Benton County, Indiana
112. William Carlton5 Jackson (Henry Clay4, Joel3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 25 January 1867 in Comanche County, Texas, and died 08 September 1945 in Sonora, Texas. He married Anna Johnson. She was born in Comanche County, Texas, and died 1940 in Ft. Stockton, Texas.
He was a District Judge for and died while in court. He served as judge in Comanche County from 1902-1906 and moved to Ft. Stockton soon after leaving that post.
Children of William Jackson and Anna Johnson are:
191 i. Opal Kipling6 Jackson. He married Grace Vesper.
He helped Grace raise six step-children.
192 ii. Helen Hunt Jackson. She married Young Bell.
193 iii. Henry Leonard Jackson.
194 iv. William Charles Jackson.
195 v. Barney Jackson, born 22 December 1892. He married Beulah Nancy Ogle 01 October 1929.
113. John Walter5 Jackson (Henry Clay4, Joel3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 11 July 1868 in New Albany, Kansas, and died 20 January 1947 in Stamford, Texas. Burial: Aft. 20 January 1847, Stamford, Texas. He married (1) Mamie. He married (2) Henritta C. Atchison 05 November 1885 in Comanche County, Texas. She was born 12 May 1870 in Kansas, and died 20 December 1918 in Stamford, Texas. Burial: Aft. 20 December 1918, Rockdale Cemetery, Haskell County, Texas.
Children of John Jackson and Henritta Atchison are:
196 i. Hattie Lane6 Jackson38,39,40. She married (1) Mr. Thurman. She married (2) Mr. Schoonmaker. Hattie had children who were left in a Oddfellows Home. The grandfather and second wife took them from orphanage and reared them.
197 ii. Bessie Jackson, born 1889.
198 iii. Lillie Ethel Jackson, born 19 February 1890 in Comanche County, Texas; died 05 August 1890 in Comanche County, Texas. Burial: Aft. 05 August 1890, Stag Creek Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas.
199 iv. Clinton Ernest Jackson, born 22 February 1892 in Comanche County, Texas; died 28 September 1958 in Wellington, Texas. He married Lenora Sessions 17 November 1912 in Jones County, Texas; born 12 March 1893; died 16 September 1984.
115. James Oliver5 Jackson (Henry Clay4, Joel3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 09 February 1871. He married Leona Johnson.
When his brother, Charles Allan Jackson died, he was engaged to Leona Johnson and asked his brother, James Oliver to marry her. Leona was a first cousin to the wife of William Carlton Jackson.
Children of James Jackson and Leona Johnson are:
200 i. Lillie6 Jackson. She married Dr. Brian Parmelly. Lillie died from injuries sustained from a fall from a horse. He was a dentist.
201 ii. Jessie Jackson, born 1883; died 1993.
116. Essie5 Jackson (Henry Clay4, Joel3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 21 April 1873, and died 25 March 1914 in Austwell, Texas. She married Jim Henry Garrett. He was born 21 March 1868, and died 19 October 1956 in Victoria, Texas.
Children of Essie Jackson and Jim Garrett are:
202 i. Roland6 Garrett, born 1896; died 07 September 1930.
203 ii. Florence Loraine Garrett, born 13 April 1897; died 07 September 1953. She married Ernest Jolly.
204 iii. William Burnice Garrett, born 24 August 1900; died 22 December 1987. He married Betty Mae Jackson; born 19 March 1903; died 07 February 1979.
205 iv. Lester Whaley Garrett, born September 1903; died 20 July 1982. He married Winnie Swenson; born 1906.
117. Thomas Hadden5 Jackson (Henry Clay4, Joel3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 04 March 1875 in Benton County, Arkansas, and died 20 February 1956 in Sipe Springs, Texas. He married Julia Ann Wagnon 12 January 1902 in Comanche County, Texas. She was born 01 May 1880 in Comanche County, Texas, and died 08 March 1963 in San Antonio, Texas.
Children of Thomas Jackson and Julia Wagnon are:
206 i. Carmen6 Jackson, born 27 October 1902. She married (1) LeRoy D. Lantz; born 08 October 1897; died 20 March 1973 in Comanche County, Texas. Burial: Aft. 20 March 1973, Stag Creek Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas. She married (2) Samuel Byran Moseley 27 August 1920.
207 ii. Whaley Wagnon Jackson, born 08 November 1907. He married Velma Genevieve Bar 24 September 1930; born 30 October 1906; died 20 July 1991 in Comanche County, Texas. Burial: Aft. 20 July 1991, Stag Creek Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas.
208 iii. Alice Fern Jackson, born 03 February 1912. She married Peter Stephen Marecek 04 September 1934; born 09 February 1909; died 05 February 1988. Burial: Aft. 05 February 1988, Stag Creek Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas
209 iv. Thomas Hadden Jackson, Jr. born 04 March 1914; died 06 December 1983.
210 v. Martha Ruth Jackson, born 05 January 1916.
118. Jacob5 Jackson (Leonard D.4, Jacob R.3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) He married Miss Hobson.
Child of Jacob Jackson and Hobson is:
211 i. Nellie Marden6 Jackson.
120. Mary5 Preston (Caroline E.4 Jackson, Jacob R.3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 24 September 1874 in Waupun, Dodge County, Wisconsin, and died 02 January 1946 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 02 January 1946, Calvary Hill Cemetery, Hulman Plot, Vigo County, Indiana. She married Frank M. Ryan 05 October 1897 in Vigo County, Indiana41, son of Peter J. Ryan. He was born 09 November 1870, and died 17 March 1928 in Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 17 March 1928, Calvary Hill Cemetery, Hulman Plot, Vigo County, Indiana.
Conflict of data on the death date for Mary Preston Ryan, Jane Foulkes has 1946 but the stone at the cemetery has 1944.
Children of Mary Preston and Frank Ryan are:
212 i. Robert Preston6 Ryan, died 1943. He married Helen Casperson 25 June 1930 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
213 ii. Francis Mathew Ryan, born 19 August 1899 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 02 October 1959 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. He married Mary Jane Miller 10 June 1922 in Vigo County, Indiana.
214 iii. Mary Gertrude Ryan, born 17 December 1902 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 1977. She married (1) Walter Ely 1925. She married (2) Haldane Moore 24 September 1938.
215 iv. Peter John Ryan, born 05 September 1904 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 22 January 1956 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. He married Virginia Kayser 16 June 1938.
216 v. Carolyn Ryan, born 10 December 1910. She married (1) William Bond 1927. She married (2) Charles McCrory 07 November 1940.
121. Caroline5 Preston (Caroline E.4 Jackson, Jacob R.3, Samuel2, John Jackson1 Sr.) was born 14 September 1879 in Vigo County, Indiana, and died 16 March 1964 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 16 March 1964, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. She married John Henry Foulkes 22 November 1898 in Vigo County, Indiana, son of John Foulkes and Louisa Clark. He was born 20 April 1869 in Akron, Summit County, Ohio, and died 29 June 1936 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Burial: Aft. 29 June 1936, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
Jane Foulkes sources:
George Foulkes, History of the Foulkes
Wife: DAR application #164160
Children of Caroline Preston and John Foulkes are:
217 i. Preston6 Foulkes, born 30 January 1903 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; died 15 March 1908 in Vigo County, Indiana.
218 ii. John Harry Foulkes, Jr. born 16 November 1911. He married Jane Caroline Kivits 23 June 1936 in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.
1. The Crites History, by Mrs. N. W. (Jane) Lutz.
2. Walter Anderson, Carlton B. Jackson Family in Wilson Co., KS, (1995, draft copy).
3. Jackson Scrapbook, published by Lester LeMay, 1982.
4. Walter Anderson, Carlton B. Jackson Family in Wilson Co., KS, (1995, draft copy).
5. History of Jasper County Missouri and It’s People, Twin Grove Township, 796/797.
6. History of Jasper County Missouri and It’s People, by Joel Livingston, Chicago, NY, The Lewis Publishing Company, 1912., pg. 201.
7. Jasper County in the Civil War, compiled by Ward L. Schrantz, Carthage Press, Carthage, MO, 1923..
8. Jackson Cemetery Readings, Section 34, Library Terre Haute, Indiana.
9. Harrison County, (West) Virginia Marriages, Book 3, p. 319.
10. John Jackson Brake’s death certificate.
11. Family Records of Jane Foulkes, personal visitation..
12. Jackson / Armstrong Marriage Record, Vigo County, Indiana, Book6, p. 392.
13. History of Jasper County Missouri and It’s People, Twin Grove Township, 811.
14. Curry, Mary M., Jasper County Marriages, Vol. A 1841-1856, Joplin, Missouri, 1969, p.97.
15. The Crites History, by Mrs. N. W. (Jane) Lutz, Initial information on the children and descendants of Alsey came from the Crites report compiled around 1973, sent by Ada Lea Fitz.
16. Jasper County Marriages, by Mary M. Curry, Vol. A 1841-1856, Joplin, Missouri, March 1969, p. 211.
17. History of Jasper County Missouri and It’s People, Twin Grove Township, p. 1061.
18. LeMay, Lester Lincoln, The Jackson’s of Owen & Green Counties Indian, Labette County, Kansas and Scattered.
19. Greene County Indiana Marriage Book E, page 323..
20. Greene County Indiana Marriage Book K.
21. Cooksey/Jackson Marriage License and return.
22. Susan Elizabeth Jackson death certificate #11318.
23. Carmen Jackson Lantz, Research of Jackson Family, February 5, 1994, This Jackson heritage was begun in the late 1920’s by Carmen Jackson Lantz and computerized by Patricia Marecek Andrews. The information is as authenic as we can possibly make it using old records, newspaper articles, personal papers and memories.
24. Carmen Jackson Lantz, Research of Jackson Family, February 5, 1994.
25. History of Vigo County Indiana with Biographical Sketches, by H. C. Bradsby, ILL. SB. Nelson and Co, published Chicago 1891., p. 901.
26. Vigo County Deaths 53: p. 63.
27. Vigo County Deaths 39, page 27.
28. History of Jasper County Missouri and It’s People, Twin Grove Township, 811.
29. Curry, Mary M., Jasper County Marriages, Vol. E , Joplin, Missouri, 1969, p.2.
30. Jasper County Miscellaneous Tombstones, Vol. 9, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin..
31. Curry, Mary M., Jasper County Marriages, Vol. A 1841-1856, Joplin, Missouri, 1969, p. 317.
32. Biographical Record of Jasper County, Missouri, by Hon. Malcolm G. McGregor, The Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, Illinois, 1901., p. 103-106.
33. Biographical Record of Jasper County, Missouri, by Hon. Malcolm G. McGregor, The Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, Illinois, 1901., 104-104.
34. Jackson Scrapbook, published by Lester LeMay, page 6..
35. Jackson Scrapbook, published by Lester LeMay.
36. Wayne Jackson papers., personal communication.
37. Joe Pruit Jackson Death Certificate.
38. Carmen Jackson Lantz, Research of Jackson Family, February 5, 1994.
39. Walter Anderson, Carlton B. Jackson Family in Wilson Co., KS, (1995, draft copy).
40. Family Records of Alice Fern Jackson Marecek, Sent by Patricia M. Andrews.
41. Index to Marriages, Vigo County, Indiana, Bk:14:327.
Submitted by Linda B. Meyers, January 2007
Contributors: David Armstrong, Lester LeMay, Patricia Andrews, Wayne Jackson, Jane Foulkes, Linda Meyers.
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