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Re: Mary (Polly) Williams and William Jackson
Posted by: Linda Kyle (ID *****0585) Date: July 17, 2005 at 13:11:50
In Reply to: Re: Mary (Polly) Williams and William Jackson by Tommy Colbert of 960

Hi Tommy,

Was so glad you answered my query about William Jackson. A friend of mine sent me the following:

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
5th # slaves

1790 Census Nash Co,Halifax District

Jackson, Wm...................................1-1-4-0-0
Jackson, George..............................2-1-1-0-11
Williams, Benjamin..........................1-2-3-0-0
Williams, Joel...................................1-5-3-0-0
Williams, Rowland............................1-1-4-0-10
Williams, Benjamin...........................1-1-4-0-8
Williams, Philander...........................2-1-4-0-8
Williams, Drury................................1-3-1-0-5
Williams, Eikany..............................1-3-5-0-0
Williams, Nathan..............................1-1-0-0-2
Williams, James...............................1-2-5-0-11
Williams, James...............................1-2-2-0-1
Williams, Burwell..............................3-3-7-0-2
Williams, William..............................1-3-6-3-0
Williams, Edmund.............................2-2-4-0-0
Williams, James...............................1-0-1-0-1

I wonder if the WILLIAM JACKSON listed at the beginning of that census excerpt, may be the one you are trying to find. Are you related to the Jackson's I have mentioned? I have not PROVEN that Mary Polly Williams was actually William Jackson's wife. If she was, I am not real sure she was the mother of his children.
I am very interested, however, in the William Jackson you mentioned. He could be related to my William, or even his father. My William Jackson, according to the 1850 census of Butler County, Alabama was b. in 1798.

What does the census records show for your William Jackson??

Looking forward to hearing from you or anyone else who may know about the Jackson's in Nash County, NC, during the mid or early 1700's, early 1800's.

Sincerely,
Linda (Jackson) Kyle


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