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Re: Jackson Family Mystery
Posted by: C. Goodwin Date: February 09, 2002 at 06:50:37
In Reply to: Re: Jackson Family Mystery by Linda Hawkins Wilson of 608

Thank you for replying to my message. All of David Jackson's daughters were married. But, David had a sister named Cynthia (she was married, too), and Jasper named his first child Cynthia. Since I posted this message, I have found out that the James Jackson line in Gwinnett county had a daughter named Sarah Pennell Jackson who lived with her parents (James and Nancy Jackson) until her death in 1863. She was approximately 42-43 y/o old at the time of her death and as far as I can tell, she never married. This is the only Jackson woman in Edward's line and James' line that never married. I can find very little info about her.

I have been searching in the Edward Jackson line for awhile, maybe I should have been searching in the James Jackson line all along. Any info appreciated. Thanks.

Colleen Jackson Goodwin


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