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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Byron Jackson Bassel, (1812-1890)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Byron Jackson Bassel, (1812-1890)
Byron was born 22 Dec 1812 in Virginia to Benjamin and Susannah (Jackson) Bassel, Sr. He died 17 Jun 1890 in Bell County, Texas.

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name: Byron J. Bassel
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Texas
Regiment… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): David 'Dave' Andrew Jackson, (1835-Unknown)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): David 'Dave' Andrew Jackson, (1835-Unknown)
Dave was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Pickens) Jackson.

I encourage you to read the whole fascinating history in the Histories section. The history, called Home Folks was written by Eunice and Cart for their children and the first paragraph… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Edward Jackson, (1840-1918)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Edward Jackson, (1840-1918)
Edward was born 25 Jul 1840 in Lewis Co., VA (now West Virginia) to Benjamin and Elizabeth (Stallman) Jackson. He died 17 Dec 1918 in Lewis Co., VA (now West Virginia).

On March 1, 1864 Edward enlisted as a private in the 19th Cavalry of… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): John Kirby Jackson, (1833-1902)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): John Kirby Jackson, (1833-1902)
John was born on May 15, 1833 in Dublin, Montgomery County, Alabama to John Lewis Jackson and Temperance Ann Henry Jackson. He served as a Private in CO K 53 ALA Partisan Rangers CSA. He died on Jul. 3, 1902.

For more information on John,… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Michael Jackson, (1805-1863)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Michael Jackson, (1805-1863)
Michael was born abt 1805 in Knox County, Tennessee to William and Mathemy (Wilson) Jackson. He died 28 Aug 1863 in Nashville, Tennessee.

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
about Michael Jackson
Name: Michael Jackson
Service Info.:… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Ned Jackson, (betw 1828/1831-unknown)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Ned Jackson, (betw 1828/1831-unknown)
Ned was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Pickens) Jackson.

I encourage you to read the whole fascinating history in the Histories section. The history, called Home Folks was written by Eunice and Cart for their children and the first paragraph… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Wiliam Blakeney, (1833-1863)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): Wiliam Blakeney, (1833-1863)
William was born about 1833 in Alabama to Thomas and Sarah (Robert) Blakeney. He is the grandson of William and Mary (Jackson) Blakeney.

The following record is found on the Find-a-Grave page for… 
 
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Civil War (Confederate Soldier): William 'Bill' S. Jackson, (abt 1829-bef 1880)
Civil War (Confederate Soldier): William 'Bill' S. Jackson, (abt 1829-bef 1880)
Bill was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Pickens) Jackson.

I encourage you to read the whole fascinating history in the Histories section. The history, called Home Folks was written by Eunice and Cart for their children and the first paragraph… 
 
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Civil War (Union Soldier): Alfred Benjamin Jackson, (1844-1864)
Civil War (Union Soldier): Alfred Benjamin Jackson, (1844-1864)
Alfred Benjamin Jackson was born on 6 Oct 1844 to Stephen Joseph and Mary (Gleason) Jackson. He was killed on 8 May 1864.

The following notes and research contributed by Dr. Anthony L. Troha:
I came across an article about the reunion of the… 
 
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Civil War (Union Soldier): Benjamin Potter Jackson, (1835-1912)
Civil War (Union Soldier): Benjamin Potter Jackson, (1835-1912)
Benjamin was born 10 Nov 1835 prob in Roxbury Township, Morris County, New Jersey to Charles and Comfort (Coonrod) Jackson. He died 15 Feb 1912 in Roxbury Township, Morris County, New Jersey.

U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865… 
 
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Civil War (Union Soldier): George Jackson
Civil War (Union Soldier): George Jackson
George was the son of Daniel and Mary (Rowley) Jackson.

I encourage you to read the whole fascinating history in the Histories section. The history, called Home Folks was written by Eunice and Cart for their children and the first paragraph is as… 
 
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Civil War (Union Soldier): Hezekiah Jackson, (1838-1890)
Civil War (Union Soldier): Hezekiah Jackson, (1838-1890)
Hezekiah was the son of Daniel and Mary (Rowley) Jackson. He was born 20 Jul 1838 in Jackson County, Virginia(now WV) and died 23 Jan 1890 in Minneapolis, Ottawa County, Kansas.

R. Drake notes that Hezekiah had 2 brothers and 3 half-brothers,… 
 
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Civil War (Union Soldier): Leonard 'Len' M. Jackson, (1844-1904)
Civil War (Union Soldier): Leonard 'Len' M. Jackson, (1844-1904)
Len was the son of Daniel and Mary (Rowley) Jackson.

I encourage you to read the whole fascinating history in the Histories section. The history, called Home Folks was written by Eunice and Cart for their children and the first paragraph is as… 
 
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Korean War: Cecil Elbert Jackson, (1926-2010)
Korean War: Cecil Elbert Jackson, (1926-2010)
Cecil was born 25 Jun 1926 in Coalfield, Morgan Co., Tennessee to David Elbert Jackson and Anna Frances McKinney.

Inscription from grave marker:
CECIL ELBERT JACKSON
CPL US ARMY
KOREA
Jun 25 1926 May 20 2010

For more information on… 
 
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Korean War: Milton Jackson, (1928-2008)
Korean War: Milton Jackson, (1928-2008)
Milton was born on Dec. 29, 1928, in Powell, Okla., to Clyde Jackson and Eolian Young Jackson.

He served during the Korean War as a member of the 45th Infantry Division of the Army National Guard.

For more information on Milton, please visit… 
 
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Operation Iraqi Freedom: Sergeant Nicholas James Jackson, (1980-2005)
Operation Iraqi Freedom: Sergeant Nicholas James Jackson, (1980-2005)
Nick was currently serving his country as a Sergeant in the United States Army, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia.

He had participated in the initial spearhead of Operation Iraqi Freedom, 1st of the 41st Field Artillery Glory's Gun as… 
 
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Revolutionary  War: Stephen Jackson, (1760-betw 1828/1830)
Revolutionary War: Stephen Jackson, (1760-betw 1828/1830)
Stephen was born abt 1760 in Anson County, North Carolina to Stephen and Mary (Lewis) Jackson. He died between828/1830 in Anson County, North Carolina.

Notes* by Bob Mitchell:
*A proven connection between this Stephen Jackson and Stephen… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Benjamin Jackson, (1752-1842)
Revolutionary War: Benjamin Jackson, (1752-1842)
Benjamin was born 7 Mar 1752 in Rockaway, Morris County, New Jersey to Joseph and Annie Jackson. He died 6 June 1842 in Bellville, Richland County, Ohio.

O. B. Robbins book: "Benjamin served as a sergeant with New Jersey troops. His application… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Edward Jackson, (1741-1807)
Revolutionary War: Edward Jackson, (1741-1807)
From the Jackson Ledger @ HCPD:
Son of Joseph and Annie Jackson, he was born in Rockaway, NJ. He was married to Martha Miller in 1762 and with their children, Stephen, Samuel & Jemima moved to Fayette Co., PA; thence to Harrison Co., (W)VA. Edward… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Edward Jackson, (1755-1845)
Revolutionary War: Edward Jackson, (1755-1845)
Edward was born 14 Feb 1755 in Craven County, South Carolina to Benjamin and Mary (Rushing) Jackson. He died 22 Feb 1845 in Waterville, Georgia.

Edward Jackson drew a Bounty Grant as a Revolutionary Soldier in the Lottery of 1827, (Lot 52,… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Jacob Seaman Jackson, (1763-1829)
Revolutionary War: Jacob Seaman Jackson, (1763-1829)
Jacob was born 22 May 1763 to Obadiah and Almy/Amy (Seaman) Jackson. He died 28 Jan 1829.

Major Jacob Seaman Jackson took oath of allegiance to the U.S. in 1790.

From Jones Family Book, pg 133: "By the death of an older brother [name not… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Jonathan 'John' Jackson, Sr, (1740-1794)
Revolutionary War: Jonathan 'John' Jackson, Sr, (1740-1794)
John was born abt 1740 in Anson County, South Carolina to Benjamin and Mary (Rushing) Jackson. He died abt 1794 in Craven County, South Carolina.

The following notes provided by Bob Mitchell:

Pension Application of John Hunter who served under… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Stephen Jackson, (1750-1832)
Revolutionary War: Stephen Jackson, (1750-1832)
Stephen Jackson was born Apr 1750 in Anson County, South Carolina to Benjamin and Mary (Rushing) Jackson. He died 10 Sep 1832 in Craven County, South Carolina.

Known as "Killing Stephen," Stephen Jackson received this title after killing 6… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Stephen Jackson, (1764-1847)
Revolutionary War: Stephen Jackson, (1764-1847)
Stephen was born 31 Jul 1764 in Dover, Morris County, New Jersey to Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson. He died August 1847 in Jane Lew, Lewis Co., VA(now WV).

From the Jackson Ledger: "Stephen, was a shrewd and fearless Indian fighter. At the… 
 
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Revolutionary War: Thomas Jackson, (1754-1842)
Revolutionary War: Thomas Jackson, (1754-1842)
Thomas was born 24 Dec 1754 to Samuel and Mary (Townsend) Jackson. He died 25 Nov 1842 in Jerusalem (now Wantagh), Queens (now Nassau), New York and is buried in the Jackson Cemetery, Jerusalem (now Wantagh), Queens (now Nassau), New York. … 
 
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War of 1812: General Jacob Seaman Jackson, (1763-1829)
War of 1812: General Jacob Seaman Jackson, (1763-1829)
Jacob Seaman Jackson was born 22 May 1763 to Obadiah and Almy-Amy Seaman Jackson.

Major Jacob Seaman Jackson took oath of allegiance to the U.S. in 1790.

From Jones Family Book, pg 133: "By the death of an older brother [name not known] this… 
 
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War of 1812: William Jackson, (1777-1848)
War of 1812: William Jackson, (1777-1848)
William was born on 16 Mar 1777 in Dover, Morris Co., New Jersey to Edward and Martha (Miller) Jackson. He died on 4 Apr 1857 in Level, Warren Co., Ohio.

From a descendant of Wm. & Hannah: "1828 was the year that most of the family immigrated to… 
 
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War of 1812: Ziba Zackson, (1777-1848)
War of 1812: Ziba Zackson, (1777-1848)
Ziba was born 2 Feb 1777 in Rockaway Morris County, New Jersey to Benjamin and Abigail (Mitchell) Jackson. He died 27 Sep 1848 in Fredericktown, Knox County, Ohio.

From http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Knox/KnoxFile8.htm :
History of Knox Co:… 
 
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World War II: L.C. Davis, (1922-1970)
World War II: L.C. Davis, (1922-1970)
John was born 3 Oct 1922 to John and Minnie (Jackson) Davis. He died 13 Aug 1970.

Grave marker Inscription:
L. C. Davis
Tennessee
Pvt Co L
164 Infantry
World War II
Oct 3 1922
Aug 13 1970

For more information on L.C., please visit his… 
 
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World War II: Walter Duane Jackson, (1924-1998)
World War II: Walter Duane Jackson, (1924-1998)
Walter served as Staff Sergeant in the US Army during World War II. For more information on Walter and his family, please visit his individual page. 
 
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World War II: William Rex Jackson, (1914-2012)
World War II: William Rex Jackson, (1914-2012)
Mr. Jackson was born November 27, 1914 in Coalfield to William H. Jackson and Mary Etta McGlothin.

He served in the 137th Armored Division during WW II and he received badges for both carbine marksmanship and sub machine gun expert…