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This chart is posted in the hopes of finding the parents and more information about the siblings of Thomas Jackson.  Thomas was possibly born in New Jersey or New York, between 1755-1759.  He may have been married once before based on the birth date of his son Joseph.  He also had a daughter Nancy and a son William, but no other information is known about them.  Any information concerning this family will be greatly appreciated.  Please contact Janie for contact info with the researchers Gary and Ryan Jackson.

Descendants of Thomas Jackson

Generation No. 1

1.  THOMAS1 JACKSON was born Bet. 1755 - 1759, and died 21 January 1796 in Great Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey1.  He married MARY ANN CHEESMAN 7 March 1780 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey2, daughter of PETER CHEESMAN and ANN ELLIS.  She was born 16 September 1746 in Old Upton (now Blackwoodtown), Gloucester Co., New Jersey3, and died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Montgomery Co., Washington Twp., Ohio.

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and MARY CHEESMAN are:

                   i.    NANCY2 JACKSON.

                  ii.    WILLIAM JACKSON.

2.              iii.    JOSEPH JACKSON, b. 19 November 1778, Gloucester Co.,  New Jersey; d. 30 January 1861, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

3.              iv.    MARY ANN JACKSON, b. 1 December 1787, Weymouth, Gloucester Co., New Jersey; d. 24 February 1877, Vernon, Clinton Co., Ohio.

4.               v.    ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. 1788, New Jersey; d. 1854, Warren Co., Clear Creek Twp., Ohio.

5.              vi.    SEWARD LESLIE JACKSON, b. 1790, Woodbury, Gloucester Co., New Jersey; d. 6 August 1866, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.

  

Generation No. 2

2.  JOSEPH2 JACKSON (THOMAS1) was born 19 November 1778 in Gloucester Co.,  New Jersey4, and died 30 January 1861 in Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.  Burial: Jackson Cemetery on Joseph Jackson's property, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

He married NANCY MORRIS 6 January 1803 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  She was born 22 May 1788 in Poss. New Jersey4, and died 27 March 1869 in Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.  Burial: Jackson Cemetery on Joseph Jackson's property, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio

Children of JOSEPH JACKSON and NANCY MORRIS are:

                   i.    JENNIE3 JACKSON.

                  ii.    NOAH JACKSON.

                 iii.    SARAH JACKSON, b. Poss. New Jersey; m. JACOB C. JOHNSON, 18 November 1832, Madison Co., Ohio; b. Bet. 1813 - 1814, New Jersey.

                 iv.    FERDINAND (FURMAN) JACKSON, b. Bet. 1803 - 1804, Poss. New Jersey4; d. 19 February 1849, Van Wert Co., Ohio; burial: Tomlinson Cemetery on the Van Wert-Mercer Co. line.  He married CHARITY ANN MORTIMORE, 29 December 1832, Madison Co., Ohio; b. 17 October 1813, Guilford Co., North Carolina4; d. 4 April 1891, Van Wert Co., Ohio; burial: Tomlinson Cemetery on the Van Wert-Mercer Co. line.

                  v.    THOMAS J. JACKSON, b. July 1805, Gloucester Co.,  New Jersey; d. 26 August 1870, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio; burial: Jackson Cemetery on Joseph Jackson's property, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.   He married  MARTHA; b. 1816, New Jersey; d. Bef. 1870. 

                 vi.    STEPHEN M. JACKSON, b. 1811, Poss. New Jersey; d. 8 October 1845, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio; burial: Jackson Cemetery on Joseph Jackson's property, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.  Stephen married  ANER SMITH, 24 November 1836, Madison Co., Ohio; b. 1814, Delaware; d. 1 July 1882, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

                vii.    JEMIMA ANN JACKSON, b. December 1812, Poss. New Jersey; d. 20 September 1851; burial: Jackson Cemetery, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.  Jemima married WILLIAM ELLIS HEFLIN, 4 October 1839, Madison Co., Ohio; b. 8 December 1811, Fauquier Co., Virginia; d. 9 September 1870, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

               viii.    PETER C. JACKSON, b. 1816, Poss. New Jersey; d. 7 October 1825; burial: Jackson Cemetery, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

                  ix.    JOHN T. JACKSON, b. 16 May 1819, Hamilton or Madison Counties, Ohio; d. 11 July 1873, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio; burial: Lower Glade Cemetery, Madison Co., Ohio.

                                 John married (1st) BARBARA HUFFMAN; b. 12 June 1821; d. 5 February 1866, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio; burial: Jackson Cemetery, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

                                John married (2nd) ELIZA J. GARDNER SEEDS, 1 November 1866, Madison Co., Ohio; b. 2 June 1827, Pennsylvania; d. 16 November 1913, Lilly Chapel, Madison Co., Ohio5.  Eliza was buried 18 November 1913, Lower Glade Cemetery, Madison Co., Ohio. 

                   x.    ELIZABETH JACKSON, b. August 1823, Ohio; d. 4 November 1850; burial: Jackson Cemetery, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.  Elizabeth married PETER SMITH, 26 April 1846, Madison Co., Ohio; b. 8 July 1810, Ohio; d. 21 November 1851; burial: Jackson Cemetery, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio.

                  xi.    MARY JACKSON, b. 15 October 1826, Madison Co., Ohio6; d. 10 August 18876; burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Adrian, Bates Co., Missouri.6    Mary married LEWIS M. EACHUS, 7 October 1852, Madison Co., Ohio; b. 6 March 1825, Indiana6; d. 23 January 1880, Bates Co., Missouri6.  Burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Adrian, Bates Co., Missouri6

                 xii.    AMOS JACKSON, b. 1826, Ohio; d. 27 January 1911, Wrightsville, Madison Co., Ohio; burial: 30 January 1911, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, West Jefferson, Madison Co., Ohio.  Amos married  MARY LOUISA KEGG, 10 April 1856, Franklin Co., Ohio; b. 6 June 1837, Ohio; d. 17 April 1920, Fairfield Twp., Madison Co., Ohio; burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, West Jefferson, Madison Co., Ohio 

3.  MARY ANN2 JACKSON (THOMAS1) was born 1 December 1787 in Weymouth, Gloucester Co., New Jersey7, and died 24 February 1877 in Vernon, Clinton Co., Ohio7.  Burial: 26 February 1877, Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington, Clinton Co., Ohio.

She married ROBERT MISKELLY, JR. 17 March 1803 in Weymouth twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey, son of ROBERT MISKELLY, SR..  He was born 1789 in New Jersey, and died 3 October 1833 in Montgomery Co., Washington twp., Ohio.       

Children of MARY JACKSON and ROBERT MISKELLY are:

                   i.    SARAH3 MISKELLY, b. 1810, New Jersey; d. 16 May 1898, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; buried: Rehoboth Cemetery, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio  Sarah married (1st) THOMAS ANDERSON, 4 February 1827, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 28 March 1803, New Jersey; d. 3 September 1834, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.  Thomas is buried at Sugar Creek Baptist Cemetery, Centerville, Montgomery CO., Ohio.
Sarah married (2nd) D
R. NATHANIEL STRONG, 20 February 1839, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 24 January 1783, Northampton, Massachusetts; d. 18 October 1867, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.

                  ii.    MARY ANN MISKELLY, b. 7 December 1810, Gloucester County, New Jersey; d. 7 February 1891, Wilmington, Clinton Co., Ohio; burial: 10 February 1891, Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington, Clinton Co., Ohio.  Mary Ann married WILLIAM E. O'NEAL, 7 May 1835, Waynesville; b. 29 December 1804, Newberry Court House, Newberry Co., South Carolina; d. 9 November 1877, Clinton Co., Ohio; burial: 12 November 1877, Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington, Clinton Co., Ohio

                 iii.    JOB JENNINGS MISKELLY9, b. 9 October 1817, Mays Landing, Gloucester Co., New Jersey9; d. 22 January 1890, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois9; m. SARAH MOORMAN JOHNSON9, 1 January 1846, Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana9; b. 8 April 1827, Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio9; d. 7 November 1885, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois9.

                 iv.    ELIZA J. MISKELLY, b. Abt. 1818, New Jersey; m. (1) JOHN NORRIS; b. 29 February 1812, New Jersey; d. 7 May 1874, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; m. (2) MANUEL; m. (3) WILLIAM ARCHER, 19 March 1845, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 13 February 1817, New Jersey; d. 5 September 1851, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; burial: Sugar Creek Baptist Cemetery, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.

                  v.    ROBERT MISKELLY III, b. 1821, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; d. 16 May 1898, Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio.

                 vi.    SEWARD J. MISKELLY, b. 18 January 1822, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; d. 28 August 1891, Clinton, DeWitt Co., Illinois; m. ANNA ELIZABETH SIMPSON, 25 November 1844, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 27 October 1824, Maryland; d. 28 January 1916, Clinton, DeWitt Co., Illinois.

                vii.    MILTON MISKELLY, b. 1824, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.

               viii.    JOHN WESLEY MISKELLY, b. 11 February 1825, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; d. 20 September 1849, Montgomery Co., Washington twp., Ohio; burial: Old Centerville Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Washington twp., Ohio. 

                  ix.    THOMAS MILTON MISKELLY, b. 1829, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio10; d. 30 December 1885, Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio11.  Burial: 31 December 1885, Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio12

                   x.    THERESA JACKSON MISKELLY13, b. 14 June 1832, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; d. 23 March 1918, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio14; burial: 25 March 1918, Old Centerville Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Washington twp., Ohio.   Theresa married CLARK HAINES PINE, 11 November 1858, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 23 December 1831, Springboro MM, Montgomery Co., Miami twp., Ohio15; d. 27 May 1906, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.  Burial: Old Centerville Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Washington twp., Ohio

4.  ELIZABETH2 JACKSON (THOMAS1) was born 1788 in New Jersey, and died 1854 in Warren Co., Clear Creek twp., Ohio.  She was a member of Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio.  Elizabeth married JOB JENNINGS, son of JACOB JENNINGS and ANN ALBERTSON.  He was born 25 March 1789 in Haddonfield, Gloucester Co., New Jersey, and died 11 June 1863 in Warren Co., Clear Creek twp., Ohio.  Burial: Rehoboth Cemetery, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.       

Children of ELIZABETH JACKSON and JOB JENNINGS are:

                   i.    UNNAMED3 JENNINGS, b. Bet. 1794 - 1802.

                  ii.    ELIZABETH ANN JENNINGS, b. 1808, New Jersey; m. WILLIAM HARPER, 4 March 1828, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 15 October 1804, Fayette Co., Pennsylvania16; d. 11 January 1885.  Burial: Hillside/Quaker Cemetery, Pennville, Jay Co., Indiana17

                 iii.    MARIAM JENNINGS, b. Bet. 1810 - 1815, New Jersey; d. Bet. 1836 - 1840, Warren Co., Ohio.  Mariam was a member of Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio and was buried there in Rehoboth Cemetery, Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.  She married  GEORGE HAAS, Bef. 1836, Warren Co., Ohio; b. Abt. 1805, Virginia18; d. 1870, Oran, Logan Co., Illinois18.  George was also a member of Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio19,20

                 iv.    UNNAMED JENNINGS, b. Bet. 1810 - 1815.

                  v.    UNNAMED JENNINGS, b. Bet. 1810 - 1815.

                 vi.    NANCY JANE JENNINGS, b. 1817, Ohio; m. (1) JAMES W. WHITEMAN, 16 December 1841, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. Ohio; d. Abt. 1846; m. (2) HENRY WHITEMAN SULLIVAN, 29 December 1847, Greene Co., Ohio; b. 1822, Greene Co., Ohio.  Henry's  military service: 106th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry

                vii.    HARRIET G. JENNINGS, b. 1820, Ohio; m. EVERETT E. WHITEMAN; b. 1816, Ohio; d. Beason, Logan Co., Illinois.

               viii.    REBECCA H. JENNINGS, b. 13 August 1822, Ohio21; d. 30 August 189021; burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Rockingham Co., Virginia.  Rebecca married JACOB SAMUEL HOPKINS, 10 February 1847, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 1824, Virginia; d. Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., Virginia.  Burial: Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., Virginia.  Military service: 184th OVI

                  ix.    SARAH H. JENNINGS, b. 13 August 1822, Ohio; m. JOSEPH ASBURY DALBEY22, 2 November 1842, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 15 December 1820, Frederick Co., Virginia; d. 16 March 1893, Lake Fork Creek, Elkhart Twp., Logan Co., Illinois.

                   x.    ROBERT MICKLE JENNINGS, b. March 1825, Ohio; d. 26 July 1863, Poss. Helena, Arkansas; m. ELEANOR GRIFFIS, 2 November 1845, Xenia, Greene Co., Ohio; b. 23 September 1828, Ohio23; d. 18 April 1904, Loveland, Larimer Co., Colorado23.  Eleanor was buried 20 April 1904, Loveland, Larimer Co., Colorado23

Robert saw military service: Bet. 1 August 1862 - 26 July 1863, 106th Illinois Infantry Reg., Co. D; mustered in as private, left service a Corporal.

                  xi.    UNNAMED JENNINGS, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.

                 xii.    UNNAMED JENNINGS, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.

5.  SEWARD LESLIE2 JACKSON (THOMAS1) was born 1790 in Woodbury, Gloucester Co., New Jersey, and died 6 August 1866 in Centerville, Montgomery Co., Ohio.  He married ELIZABETH ROBERTS 23 February 1826 in Warren Co., Ohio, daughter of JOHN ROBERTS and ESTHER SOMERS.  She was born 11 January 1794 in Pennsylvania, and died 30 September 1866.

Children of SEWARD JACKSON and ELIZABETH ROBERTS are:

                   i.    SARAH3 JACKSON.

                  ii.    NANCY HARRIETT JACKSON, b. 1827, Ohio; d. Chariton Co., Missouri; m. (1) GEORGE WINNER; b. 1828; d. September 1849, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio; m. (2) JOHN L. BRYANT, 2 May 1871, Chariton Co., Missouri; d. Bet. 1872 - 1880, Chariton Co., Missouri.  Nancy and George were both members Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio 

                 iii.    HANNAH A. JACKSON, b. 19 December 1829, Ohio24; d. 25 April 1906, Daviess Co., Missouri24; .  Religion: Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio25,26   Burial: Winston Cemetery, Altamont, Daviess Co., Missouri.24    Hannah married  JOHN HUSTON BURNHAM, 15 February 1848, Montgomery Co., Ohio; b. 15 March 1821, Greene Co., Ohio24; d. 25 November 1893, Altamont, Daviess Co., Missouri24.  Religion: Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio28,29  Burial: Winston Cemetery, Altamont, Daviess Co., Missouri27

                 iv.    THOMPSON JACKSON, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.

                  v.    MALIN (MALIE) MONROE JACKSON, b. 22 April 1835, Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio; d. 23 July 1926, Berkeley, Alameda Co., California.  Religion: Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio31 Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona.   Malin married AMELIA JANE THOMPSON, 11 November 1856, Monroe, Butler Co., Ohio; b. 27 February 1835, Lebanon, Warren Co., Ohio30; d. 23 April 1924, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona30.  Religion: Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio33   Burial: 25 April 1924, Greenwood Cemetery, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., Arizona32 

                 vi.    REBECCA RACHEL JACKSON, b. 13 August 1836, Ohio34; d. 29 November 1917, Richmond twp., Ray Co., Missouri35; Burial: 30 November 1917, Dockery/McDonald Cemetery, Dockery, Ray Co., Missouri36 .  Religion: Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio37.  Rebecca married WILLIAM A. BROWN, 1857; b. 19 November 1816, New Jersey; d. 5 December 1902, Missouri36.  Burial: Dockery/McDonald Cemetery, Dockery, Ray Co., Missouri38

Endnotes 

1.  Gloucester County Wills and Inventories Lib. 35 Pg. 537 File # 2025H.

2.  New Jersey Colonial Marriage Bonds # J224.

3.  Mary Miskelly's obituary.

4.  calculated from headstone.

5.  Dayton Daily News November 19, 1939.

6.  Betty Jean Yerrington (great granddaughter of Lewis and Mary Eachus).

7.  Mary Miskelly's obituary.

8.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

9.  Pat Loughlin.

10.  Dayton Daily News May 6, 1956.

11.  Dayton Daily Journal December 31, 1885.

12.  Dayton Daily News May 6, 1956.

13.  Celia Himes Elliott.

14.  Dayton Daily News March 24, 1918.

15.  Springboro MM LDS microfilm#364700.

16.  calculated from tombstone.

17.  Jay County, Indiana Cemetery Records (http://www.rootsweb.com/~injay/Records/CemeteryRecordsFthruL.htm).

18.  Logan County, IL 1870 Mortality Schedule (http://www.genealogytrails.com/ill/logan/1870mortalityschedulelogan.html).

19.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

20.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1861,  (1861).

21.  Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Rockingham Co., Virginia web site (http://www.rootsweb.com/~varockin/HRHS/cem/mt_olivet06.htm).

22.  elliott,fifer,brown,neff,boucier,jones,hardesty genealogy by: Eugene Elliott (http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ehelliott36&id=I22).

23.  Larimer Co., Colorado Death Certificates (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/co/larimer/vitals/deaths/jeningeg.txt).

24.  Winston Cemetery Online Database (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mo/daviess/cemeteries/winston.txt).

25.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

26.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1861,  (1861).

27.  Winston Cemetery Online Database (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mo/daviess/cemeteries/winston.txt).

28.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

29.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1861,  (1861).

30.  Arizona Online Birth and Death Certificates (http://genealogy.az.gov/).

31.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

32.  Arizona Online Birth and Death Certificates (http://genealogy.az.gov/).

33.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

34.  Dockery/McDonald Online Cemetery Transcription (http://genealogytrails.com/mo/ray/d.html#DOCKERY).

35.  Missouri Death Certificates Online (http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/).

36.  Dockery/McDonald Online Cemetery Transcription (http://genealogytrails.com/mo/ray/d.html#DOCKERY).

37.  Minutes of the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,  (1854).

38.  Dockery/McDonald Online Cemetery Transcription (http://genealogytrails.com/mo/ray/d.html#DOCKERY).


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