Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

Genealogy of the Jackson and Associated Families

 

Generation 2
Children of Ralph Jackson and Leah Williams

 

C. Daniel Jackson

 

     Daniel Jackson was born in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia, and married Elizabeth Grainger, daughter of Joseph Grainger of Prince George County, Virginia about 1727 in Virginia. Daniel passed away in Chesterfield County, Virginia.2,4,25

 

Timeline of Daniel Jackson and Elizabeth Grainger

 

27 Oct. 170819,35

Henrico County, Virginia Wills, page 189
Will of Ralph Jackson
To each of my sons, 100 acres on north side of Swift Creek and to take their choice as they come of age. My wife to have her third part of my land where she sees fit. To daughter Elizabeth Perkinson, two young ewes. Each child to have a cow apiece. Wife to be sole executrix.
Dated 27 Oct. 1708
Wit: John Worsham, John Worsham, Jr., William Worsham
Recorded 1 Sept. 1709

2 Oct. 172732

Prince George County, Virginia, Deeds & Wills 1713 – 1728, page 1076
Joseph Grainger gave “ for love and affection” to his son in law Daniel Jackson of Henrico County 100 acres in Prince George County

28 Sept. 172825

The Jacksons of Lower Virginia, Evelyn Duke Brandenburger

Patent Book 14, page 22
Daniel Jackson received a patent to 168 acres in Prince George County on the upper side of Mankipponock Creek between Joseph Granger and Captain Buller Herbert

30 June 173248

Henrico County, Virginia, Deeds 1706 – 1737, page 350
Ralph Jackson of Henrico County sold to Thomas Nash for 40, 275 acres on the south side of Swift Creek where John Grissel now lives, patented by said Jackson 24 March 1725, being choice which the said Ralph and his brother Daniel made of a gift of same land entered by their father Ralph Jackson, Dec’d, and by said Daniel Jackson sold to said Ralph, next to Peter Field and John and Anne Nash. The witnesses were Thomas Spencer and John Grissel. Obedience Jackson relinquished dower

2 July 173325,48

The Jacksons of Lower Virginia, Evelyn Duke Brandenburger

Henrico County, Virginia, Deeds 1706 – 1737, page 399
James Moor and Leah his wife of Henrico County, Virginia sold to Daniel Jackson of Prince George County for 5 100 acres on the north side of Swift Creek which Leah had from her father John Jackson, Dec’d, next to William Jackson and Joseph Jackson. John Nash was one of the witnesses.

Entry Page

Report

Maps

References

Last Revised: 10 Oct 2006