- The Jackson Name in Central West Virginia
- Article on John Jay Jackson, Jr.
John Jay Jackson, Jr. (b. 4 Aug. 1824; d. 1907) was know as the Iron Judge. He married Caroline Glimes on 8 July 1847. John Jay was the great-grand son of the immigrants John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins. His lineage follows.
- John Jay, Jr. was the son of General John Jay Jackson, Sr.
- General John Jay Jackson, Sr. (b. 13 Feb. 1800 in Wood Co., (W)Va.; d. 1 Jan 1877 Parkersburg, Wood Co., WV) was the illegitimate son of John George Jackson and Frances Emelia Triplett. John George raised the boy in his home after the age of 8 or so.
- John George Jackson was the son of George Jackson and Elizabeth BrakeThe Jackson.
- A page on Jacob Beeson Jackson, another son of General John Jay Jackson, Sr. (Compiled by the West Virginia State Archives.)
- Jackson’s Mill Historic Area
- WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Conference Center
- Joy Gilchrist-Stalnaker’s HCPD Web Site on Jackson’s Mill Historic Area
- The Jackson Project A group of researchers trying to determine the ancestors of President Andrew Jackson. The hope is that John Jackson is also of this line.
- Sources of the History of the Fur Trade in the Rocky Mountain West Enter “David Jackson” in the site’s search engine for references to David Jackson, the fur trader.
- Info on the Jane Lew (WV) Jackson line
Even though these Jacksons lived in the same area of Lewis County, WV,
they are not related to our John Jackson line. Many researchers have confused them with the John Jackson line.
- Arnold Familiy History
- Brake Familiy History
- Hall Familiy History
- Reger Familiy History
- Upshur County, West Virginia WVGenWeb Project
- Hardy County, West Virginia WVGenWeb Project
- Harrison County, West Virginia WVGenWeb Project
- The political Graveyard at Harrison County, WVA. Has many Jacksons.
- Hacker’s Creek Pioneer Descendants
- Gravestone Iconography in West Virginia