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Re: John Jackson b: 1780 moved to Brown County in 1810
Posted by: Connie (ID *****6218) Date: September 25, 2007 at 12:11:29
In Reply to: Re: John Jackson b: 1780 moved to Brown County in 1810 by John Blair of 1086

According to the book "Richey Woods Baum"

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It is not known how many children John Jackson had (wife's name unknown), but at least 7, who were:

1. Probably Mary Jackson, who with an infant child died early, was m. Mar. 17, 1825 to William Woods, eldest son of Samuel and Alice (Richey) Woods.
2. Richard Jackson m. Isabella Baum
3. Fee Jackson of Ottumwa, Wapello County, had a daughter living there.
4. John Jackson of Ottumwa, Wapello County Iowa, had a daughter living there.
5. Nancy Jackson m. in Ohio to John Wilson. 5 c. Andrew, George, Nancy, Mary, Rachel.
6. Rachel Jackson b. July 1, 1811 in Bracken County Ky., d. May 25, 1905 in Pike County, Ill., m. in Ohio, June 4, 1829 to James Woods. second child of Samuel and Alice (Richey) Woods.
7. PROBABLY Lemuel D. Jackson, executor of his estate.

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That is a direct quote from the book. No mention of a Joseph. Sorry.

Connie


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