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60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PARTY for Benjamin and Elizabeth Jane Champion Jackson
60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PARTY for Benjamin and Elizabeth Jane Champion Jackson
On Sept. 22nd a goodly number of the relatives and friends met at the Antwerp grove with Benj. B. Jackson and Elizabeth J. (Champion) Jackson to celebrate their sixtieth wedding anniversary; who were married in Clermont county, Ohio, on Sept 23,… 
 
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An Account of the Murder of Parmenas Jackson:
An Account of the Murder of Parmenas Jackson:
Pages 194

The tory inhabitants, whether natives or refugees, were the constant dread of those on the other side, who had any thing to lose, or who had, by their patriotism, rendered themselves obnoxious to their despicable malice.

Even the… 
 
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Antecedents of the Jackson family in Chatham, Randolph, Anson and Guilford counties, North Carolina
Antecedents of the Jackson family in Chatham, Randolph, Anson and Guilford counties, North Carolina
Antecedents of the Jackson family in Chatham, Randolph, Anson and Guilford counties, North Carolina were there before the American Revolution. Andrew Jackson, seventh President of the United States, practiced law about two years at Johnsonville,… 
 
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Banks was member of Union Light Guards
Banks was member of Union Light Guards
By Dortha Schaefer

Last week's 'Progress' carried a Spice Rack column that told of the Union Light Guard, a company of men from Ohio that guarded President Abraham Lincoln. The publication that carried the original article didn't list any of… 
 
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Benjamin Jackson, By Virgil Allen, 1937
Benjamin Jackson, By Virgil Allen, 1937
Page 1

BENJAMIN JACKSON was born March 5, 1752 near the village of Rockaway, township of Pequannock, county of Morris, New Jersey.

William Jackson, a nephew, has recorded that Benjamin lived in the house his father had… 
 
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Biography of Aaron Case Jackson
Biography of Aaron Case Jackson
AARON C. JACKSON was born in Morristown, Morris county, New Jersey, October 29, 1800. When five years of age, he, with his father's family, removed to Fort Pitt, Pa., and some years after to Knox county, Ohio, locating near where the City of Mt.… 
 
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Biography of Benjamin B. Jackson
Biography of Benjamin B. Jackson
Benjamin B. Jackson - born in Harrison county, West Virginia, February 26, 1821, is a son of William Jackson, born March 16, 1777, in New Jersey, and Hannah (Bennett) Jackson, born in Pendleton county, Virginia, in 1779; and migrated with her… 
 
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Biography of John Jackson
Biography of John Jackson
JOHN JACKSON (c. 1645/50-1725) was a son of Robert Jackson of Hempstead, Long Island, who had moved from Stamford, Connecticut, to Long Island, in 1644. Robert was the first of the line in this country as at present established. The son John was… 
 
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Biography of Minter Jackson
Biography of Minter Jackson
JACKSON, MINTER, merchant and banker, was born in Harrison county, then Virginia, now West Virginia, September 20, 1824. His father was Stephen P. Jackson, a farmer and stock dealer of that county; and his mother was Hannah Bailey.

On his… 
 
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Biography of Stephen Goodloe Jackson
Biography of Stephen Goodloe Jackson
HARRISON COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA ***************************************************************


Source: The History of West Virginia, Old and New
Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc., Chicago and New York, Volume III, pg. 455… 
 
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Biography of Townsend Jackson
Biography of Townsend Jackson
On Section 2, of the town of Ellicott, stood a building erected for a tavern and used as such for one year. In 1855 Townsend Jackson bought the farm and tavern, and there resided until his death, when it became the property of his surviving… 
 
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Biography of William Ireland
Biography of William Ireland
WILLIAM IRELAND, farmer; P. O. Morrow; one of the pioneers of the county, being born in Salem Township Aug. 15, 1811. He received the usual education peculiar to the days of long ago, which were rather limited.

He was united in marriage Aug.… 
 
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CRUSTY CREED LIVES ON
CRUSTY CREED LIVES ON
Eccentric Calhoun character Creed Brooks, known for his quick wit and outstanding penmanship, would travel to Bull River in the earlier part of this century to express his oratory at the Literary Society.

His dress and persona would make him an… 
 
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Founders of the Boy Scouts of America
Founders of the Boy Scouts of America
Daniel Carter Beard was married to Beatrice 'Alice' Jackson. He was one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America. 
 
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HISTORY OF GLEN COVE, By Antonia Petrash, Carol Stern, and Carol McCrossen
HISTORY OF GLEN COVE, By Antonia Petrash, Carol Stern, and Carol McCrossen
The history of Glen Cove, like that of most other settlements on the North Shore of Long Island is closely associated with the history of its waterfront. Surrounded by water of three sides, Glen Cove presently has over ten miles of waterfront… 
 
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History of New York During The Revolutionary War and of The Leading Events in the Other Colonies At That Period
History of New York During The Revolutionary War and of The Leading Events in the Other Colonies At That Period
By Thomas Jones, Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province, Edited by Edward Floyd De Lancy, 1879

Page 93

In the spring of 1781, three privates of the third Battalion of De Lancey's Brigade left their quarters at Lloyd's Neck, went to a… 
 
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History of the Jackson Cemetery, Wantagh, NY
History of the Jackson Cemetery, Wantagh, NY
Fact and Fancy are intertwined in the story of the oldest cemetery in Wantagh,the Jackson Cemetery, which lies just north of St.Frances de Chantal Church on Wantagh Avenue.Sixty-three graves are recorded in this cemetery, about half of those are… 
 
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History of the Rockaway Borough Public Library, Rockaway, New Jersey
History of the Rockaway Borough Public Library, Rockaway, New Jersey
The building was built in the early 1800's by Colonel Joseph Jackson, Iron King of Morris County, for his son, Stephen Joseph Jackson and his wife, Mary Ann Gleason Jackson. Stephen and Mary Ann's daughter, Caroline Amelia, was married in the house.… 
 
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Home Folks written by Cart and Eunice Jackson for their children
Home Folks written by Cart and Eunice Jackson for their children
This is a family history, briefly about Daniel Jackson, grandson of Edward and Martha Miller Jackson, but mainly about Daniel's son Hezekiah Jackson and his wife Maria Jane Hartshorn. It was Contributed by David Frazier, a descendant. Don't miss… 
 
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Jackson Family Members aboard the doomed S.S. Vestris
Jackson Family Members aboard the doomed S.S. Vestris
The following item is a letter to a Jackson family member who was receiving condolences for the loss of family members Ernest Alonzo Jackson, wife and young son.

Pointe a Pierre, 20th December 1928

Mr. Judson Jackson,

Box 104, Knoxville.… 
 
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Jackson Quakers in Queens County, Long Island 'Freedom Trail' and the Underground Railroad
Jackson Quakers in Queens County, Long Island "Freedom Trail" and the Underground Railroad
The Queens Freedom Trail

by Kathleen G Velsor, Ed.D.

The narratives of escaping slaves formed an oral tradition, passed on in covert whisperings by free Blacks, neophyte abolitionists, and former slaves at secret meetings or fireside… 
 
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JACKSONS TRAVELING WITH JOB ALLEN, III
JACKSONS TRAVELING WITH JOB ALLEN, III
Job Allen the Third, was born July 2, 1780, on the old Allen Farm near Danville, Morris County, New Jersey, and Elizabeth Jackson was born Feb.12, 1782, at or near Rockaway in the same county and state. They were married in 1800 and lived, it is… 
 
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Jeremiah 'Jerry' Clements Jackson: Alabama to Texas
Jeremiah 'Jerry' Clements Jackson: Alabama to Texas
by Jody Dillard

One of the more colorful characters in the family was Jeremiah Clements Jackson (called Jerry), brother to Manerva Jane. He was born Aug 13,1849 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama and died Nov 22, 1930 in Fresno, California. He was… 
 
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John Flack Winslow and the Monitor
John Flack Winslow and the Monitor
Some Jackson relatives may be interested in reading about Mr. Winslow's contribution to the North's Ironclad vessel which aided in the North's victory during the Civil War. Winslow along with his business partner, Erastus Corning were the… 
 
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Letter concerning Albert Jackson Homestead
Letter concerning Albert Jackson Homestead
(Letter written after meeting the current owner of Grandfather Albert Jackson's home on Rt. 16, Calhoun Co, WV.)

October 10, 1995


Dear Mr. Kirby,

I was so pleased to get to meet you and hear that you may try to fix up the farm. I have a… 
 
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LLOYD L. JACKSON
LLOYD L. JACKSON
One of the most prominent figures in Baltimore's commercial world is Lloyd L. Jackson, member of the great house of John E. Hurst & Co. The great-grandfather of Mr. Jackson [Capt. Stephen RIN #49] removed from Culpeper county, Virginia to Harrison… 
 
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President Lincoln and the Union Light Guard
President Lincoln and the Union Light Guard
The below article appeared in the Paulding Progress, Spice Rack Section, Page 10, Wednesday, February 22, 1978.


The Spice Rack

By Dortha Schaefer

Abraham Lincoln's birthday was again noted of Feb. 12. Bits of information on the man… 
 
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Reminiscences of Early Life in Calhoun County [West Virginia]
Reminiscences of Early Life in Calhoun County [West Virginia]
The following articles were found on the Hur Herald website.

Early Calhoun History from 1898

(04/05/2001)

Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilms of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 6/12/1898, 6/21/1898 and 9/6/1898.

The author… 
 
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Rev. Joseph Jackson
Rev. Joseph Jackson
From The Clyde Enterprise, Thursday, 18 Feb 1892

Rev. Joseph Jackson, probably the oldest citizen of Sandusky county, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown, on George street, on Friday last, Feb. 12th, aged 96 years, 5 months, and 21… 
 
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REVOLUTIONARY INCIDENTS of QUEENS COUNTY

By Henry Onderdonk Jr.; 1846
REVOLUTIONARY INCIDENTS of QUEENS COUNTY By Henry Onderdonk Jr.; 1846
On the night of January 10, ?81, the family of Parmenas Jackson at Jerusalem were aroused by the entrance of John Degraw and 6 other soldiers, who shutting up the rest of the family, demanded of Mr. J. his money, and on his refusing to discover it,… 
 
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Revolutionary Petition of Patriots in Pequannock Township
Revolutionary Petition of Patriots in Pequannock Township
From Munsell's History of Morris Co., NJ, Pg. 275 (Publ. 1882)


Rev. Joseph F. Tuttle says that this paper is signed by one hundred and seventy-seven names, that some of these names are splendid specimens of penmanship, but others are scarcely… 
 
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The Jerusalem Friends Cemetery, Wantagh, NY
The Jerusalem Friends Cemetery, Wantagh, NY
The Jerusalem Friends Cemetery is located on Wantagh Avenue, north of Jerusalem Avenue behind the Baptist Church.

The Society of Friends was established in England in the mid- seventeenth century. The faith quickly spread through the British…