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Genealogy of the Jackson and Associated Families

 

Generation 2
Children of Ralph Jackson and Leah Williams

 

F. Joseph Jackson

 

     Joseph Jackson was born in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia, and married Martha ? (Unknown Last Name) (who lived from about 1709 to 1780) about 1733 in Virginia. Both Joseph and Martha passed away in Chesterfield County, Virginia.1,2,3,6,25

 

Timeline of Joseph Jackson and and Martha ? (Unknown Last Name)

 

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 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.

14 Jan. 174525,46

The Jacksons of Lower Virginia, Evelyn Duke Brandenburger

Henrico County, Virginia, Wills & Deeds 1744 - 1748, page 161
Henrico County, Virginia Deeds 1737 – 1750, abstracted and compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III, 1985
John Fitzgerald and Anne his wife of Bristol Parish, Prince George Co. to Ralph Jackson of Dale Parish, Henrico Co., for 120, 520 acres on south side of Swift Creek, patented by Nathaniel Bacon, Esq., 19 April 1690, to Henry Randolph, father of Capt. Henry Randolph, lately dec’d, and by said Capt. Randolph given by his will to his daughter Anne Fitzgerald. Also sold is land between said Randolph’s line and Jeffersons’s and between Swift Creek and Licking Creek, 45 acres.
Wit: Henry Randolph, Wil Pride, Joseph (I) Jackson
Signed: John Fitz Gerland, Anne Fitz Gerlad
Recorded: 1st Mon. July 1746

1 Feb. 174538

Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia Part Two 1737 – 1781
Inventory of Thomas Fowler, taken Feb. 1, 1745 by Ralph Jackson, John Blankinship, Joseph Jackson
Recorded Feb. 1745

2 Aug. 174625

The Jacksons of Lower Virginia, Evelyn Duke Brandenburger

Henrico County, Virginia, Wills & Deeds 1744 - 1748, page 187
Ralph Jackson sold to Joseph Jackson 233 acres of the above tract of land. Deed witnessed by William Herringham, Henry Waltall and John Green. Recorded on first Monday of Aug. 1746

2 Aug. 174625

The Jacksons of Lower Virginia, Evelyn Duke Brandenburger

Henrico County, Virginia, Wills & Deeds 1744 - 1748, page 184
Joseph Jackson sold 100 acres of the 523 tract to Henry Waltall

3 Nov. 174939

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
William Neal vs. Joseph Jackson. Continued

3 Nov. 174939

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Ordered that the following persons do work on the road whereof Joseph Farley is overseer, viz, Walter Nunnery, Ralph Jackson, Mark Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Joseph Jackson, Henry Walters, John Blankenship, William Turner, Ephraim Blankinship, Ralph Blankinship, Drury Blankinship, Jeremiah Walters, John Nunnally & Henry Nunnally.

2 Mar. 1749/5039

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
William Neal, plt., against Joseph Jackson, deft., on a petition on hearing the parties by their attorneys, suit dismissed and plaintiff pays the defendant’s costs

2 Mar. 1749/5039

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Ordered that Jos. Farley, Jos. Jackson, John Blankinship, William Turner, or any three of them, appraise the slaves and personal estate of Jeremiah Walthall, dec’d.

2 June 175039

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Joseph Jackson, plaintiff, against Isham Randolph, defendant, on a petition on hearing the parties by their attorneys, suit dismissed and plaintiff to pay costs.

2 June 175039

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
John Wayles, plaintiff, against Joseph & Ralph Jackson, defendants, in debt. This day came the plaintiff by his attorney, and the defendants, likewise, who say they do not owe the plaintiff any part of the debt mentioned in the declaration, and this day they put themselves upon the country, and the plaintiff likewise. By the consent of the parties, a jury was immediately implaneled, viz, Peter Farley, Blackman Ward, John Bevil, Geo Renyer Turner, Wm Dodson, Peter Fitzpatrick, Wm Pride Jr, Stephen Russell, Richard Northcut, Christopher Bass, Robt Elam and George Hancock. The plaintiff relinquished 15 shillings part of the debt in the declaration mentioned. The jury says that the defendant does owe the plaintiff 10 0 shillings 6 pence, the remaining part of the debt. Court so orders. Plaintiff also recovers his cost.

2 Feb. 1750/5139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Ann Bevill, plaintiff, against John Bevill, defendant, in case. This day came the parties by their attorneys, and thereupon came a jury, to wit, John Ellet, Henry Walthall, George Worsham, George Hancock, Charles Burton, Matthew Farley, Joseph Farley, William Graves, Joseph Jackson, John Perdue, John Blankinship and William Waddal, say the defendant is guilty, and assesses plaintiff’s damages to be 10 + costs.

3 Mar. 1750/5139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Francis Dancey, plaintiff, against William Kennon, late Henrico County sheriff, defendant. In debt. This day came the plaintiff by his attorney, and thereupon came also a jury, to wit, John Ellet, Henry Walthall, George Worsham, Joseph Jackson, Joseph Tanner, Peter Fitzpatrick, William Cheatham, Edward Wilkinson, Thomas Friend, Matthew Farley, Joseph Farley and Edward Eans, sworn to inquire what damages the plaintiff has sustained because the defendsant released out of his custody the body of William Sweet, taken on execution at the suit of the plaintiff for certain damages and costs, upon the oath say the plaintiff’s damages amount to 6 3 shillings 6 pence and 146 pound sof tobacco. Court rules the plaintiff recovers the above plus costs.

3 Mar. 1750/5139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Alexander Mackie, plaintiff, against Peter Fitzpatrick, defendant. In case. This day came the parties by their attorneys, and thereupon also came a jury, to wit, John Ellet, Joseph Jackson, Joseph Farley, George Worsham, Henry Walthall, Anthiny Irby, Andrew Leoprade, James Farley, William Watkins, John Blankinship, Matthew Farley and Edward Eans, say the defendant is not guilty. Court rules that plaintiff take nothing by his bill, and pays the defendant’s costs.

15 April 175139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
The will of Benjamin Dyson, dec’d, was proved by the oaths of John Ratcliff, Edward Wilson and William Rowlet, witnesses, sworn to tby Francis Dyson and John Dyson, exors, and ordered to be recorded. On the motion of said exors, certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate. Then they, together with Thomas Dance and Joseph Jackson, their securities, acknowledged their bond of 100.

15 April 175139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
William Watkins, foreman, Matthew Ligon, Alexander Marshall, William Bass Jr, Edward Wilkinsonm John Cobbs, John Ellet, George Hancock, Peter Fitzpatrick, Joseph Jackson, Christopher Martin, Thomas Bott, William Vaden, George Farrar, William Worsham, Christopher Bass, George Worsham, Benjamin Locket, Thomas Wells and John Belcher were sworn a Grand Jury, and having received their charge, went out of court, and after some time, returned and presented as follows, to wit: Skin Quarter Road from the head of Winterpock to the fork below Charles Cheatham’s is out of repair; Blackman Ward for swearing porofanely; Joseph Hatcher for profane swearing; Winterpock Bridge is out of repair; From Falling Creek Bridge to Andrew Leoprade’s the road is out of repair; the road from John Robinson’s to Fleets Bridge is out of repair; William Sparrell alias Sheerman for profane swearing; Falling Creek Bridge is out of repair; Charles Waddil for keeping a tipping house; John Ratcliff for profane swearing; William Baugh for not going to church; William Baugh Jr for not going to church; Thomas Totty for not going to church; Isaac Blanchet for not going to church; William Sparrell alias Sheerman for not going to church; Francis Farley for keeoing a tippling house;
REST OF DOCUMENT NOT CAPTURED

2 Aug. 175139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Joseph Jackson is appointed to appraise the estate of Peter Gill, dec’d, in the room of John Gibbs.

1 Nov. 175139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Thomas Friend, plaintiff, against Margaret Hancock, defendant, In Covenant. This day came the parties by their attorneys and thereupon came also a jury, to wit, Ephraim Blankinship, Joseph Jackson, Walter Nunnaly, George Cogbill, John Belcher, William Robertson, Thomas Rudd, John Ellet, John Oerdue, Charles Burton, Matthew Turpin and Francis Farley, say that the defendant has not performed the covenants on her part, and they assess plaintiff’s damages to 25 6 shillings 4 pence plus costs. Court so orders. But it is agreed by the parties that execution of this judgement be stayed until the matter be heard in Equity, defendant having given bond & security.

3 April 175239

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
Jacob Bugg, foreman, Olive Branch, Charles Cayse, Benjamin Horner, Walter Scott, Ezekiel Sudbury, Joseph Jackson, Matthew Farley, Christopher Bass, Ralph Jackson, John Walthal, Henry Childres, Daniel Ferguson, William Cheatham, Benjamin Farmer and John Hancock were sworn a grand jury of inquest for the body of Chesterfield, and having reviewed, after some time, returned into court and presented as follows:
We presented William Walthal, keeper of the public ferry across Appomattox River from his land formerly belonging to William Pride, to Anthony’s Landing in Prince George County, for not keeping said ferry according to law.
We present William Lockett, Surveyor of the road from Swift Creek Bridge to Old Skin Quarter Road, for not keeping the road whereof he is Surveyor, in good order.
We present Benjamin Branch, Surveyor of the road from Branches Ferry to Proctors Creek.
We present Francis Flournoy for not going to church.
We present George Reyner Turner for not going to church.
We present William Baugh Jr for not going to church.
We present Thomas Totty for not going to church.
We present John Sims for not going to church.
We present William Waddill for profane swearing.
We present William Robertson Sr for profane swearing.
We present Henry Turpin for profane swearing.
We present Benjamin Chaukley for not going to church.
We present William Baugh Sr for not going to church.
And then the grand jury, having nothing further to present, were discharged.

175651,52

List of Tithables Chesterfield County, Virginia (Dale, Manchester and King William Parishes) 1747 - 1821

Ed. Osborne’s List
Jos Jackson
2 white tithables
John Jackson Jr
2 negroe tithables
Kitty, Kate

175752

List of Tithables Chesterfield County, Virginia (Dale, Manchester and King William Parishes) 1747 - 1821
Jos Jackson
6 tithables
Jos Jackson, Ezekiah Jackson, Kitt, Fam, Hak

176253

Chesterfield County, Virginia Tithables, 1762
Joseph Jackson
4 tithables
Kit, Tom, Nancy

9 Mar. 176754

Chesterfield County, Virginia Deed Book # 5, page 550 1764 – 1768, Compiled and published by Benjamin B. Weisiger III, Rocky Ridge Press, 1990
Edward Gates of Chesterfield Co., to James Gates of Amelia County, for 10, 30 acres, bounded by Stoney Creek, John Rowlet and Thomas Bott.
Signed: Edward Gates
Wit. Joseph Jackson, William (+) Glascock, Abner Jackson
Recorded Oct. 1767
Edward’s wife released her dower.

2 Aug, 177233

Chesterfield County, Virginia Will Book 2, page 287
Will of Joseph Jackson
To wife Martha, land, household goods and Negroes for widowhood, then 1 negro to son Peter, and others and household goods, etc. divided between my three children: Cain, Patience, and Peter Jackson
Also to son Peter, the plantation I live on
To son Cain, tract I hold in Prince Edward County
To daughter Lucy Power, 5 shillings; and to her son Joseph Power, 20, when of age
To son Ezekiel, 1 negro
To daughter Martha Watkins, 10 shillings
To son Joseph, 10 shillings
To son Hezekiah’s daughter Martha Jackson, 15 shillings, and 15 shillings between all my sons Hezekiah’s children
If Peter, Cain or Patience die without heirs, their share to survivors. If both sons die, son Joseph to have the Prince Edward plantation, and his son Ezekiel, the manor plantation
To son Abel, 10 shillings
Executors: wife and son Joseph
Dated Aug. 2, 1772
Wit: James Ball, Archibald Walthall, Susannah Ball

Feb. 177733

Chesterfield County, Virginia Will Book 2, page 289
By court order of Feb. 1777 Inventory of Joseph Jackson Value 425/2/0 by Peter Fitzpatrick, James Ball and John B. Foese

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