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Genealogy of the Jackson and Associated Families

 

Generation 3

Grandchildren of Ralph Jackson and Leah Williams

Children of Ralph Jackson and Obedience ? (Unknown Last Name)

 

2. Francis Jackson

 

     Francis Jackson was born in Chesterfield County, Virginia, and married an unknown woman sometime before 1792. He died in Amelia County, Virginia.1,2,3,4

 

Timeline of Francis Jackson

 

174851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Col. Edward Booker’s List Below Flatt Creek and Nibbs Creek
Fran Jackson
3 tithables
Tona (?), Jupiter

174951

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Peter Patrick’s List
Fran Jackson
3 tithables
Tom, Jubete (?)
18 head of cattle

10 June 175051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Samuel Tarry’s List Below Flat and Nibbs Creek
Fran Jackson
1 tithable
6 head of cattle

6 Jan. 175047

Amelia County, Virginia Deed Book 3, page 419
To all to whom these presents shall come Know ye iy& (?) I Ralph Jackson of Dale Parish in Henrico County as well for & in consideration of my Natural affection of Love which I do Bear unto my beloved son Francis Jackson of Amelia County as also for Diverse Causes & considerations Specially at Present moving have given granted and by these presents do give grant and Confirm unto my said son Francis Jackson one tract or parcel of Land Containing Two Hundred Acres Lying in Amelia County Bounded as followeth beginning at Wards upper Corner Thence South twenty Degrees East one Hundred and Eighty 4 Poles to Thorn and Jones Line thence West Thirty Degrees South one Hundred and Twenty five poles along Jones line to Towns line Thence North thirty two Degrees West Two Hundred & seven Poles, along Towns line To Samuel Jones lower Corner on the same near the Head of a Branch of Buckskin Thence East 32 Degrees North One Hundred & Twenty six poles along Samuel Jones line to his Corner thence North thirty two Degrees West Sixty six poles to Kashes (?) corner in ye same thence east eighty two poles by Wargs (?) line thence to the Beginning Ye land lying below Knibbs Creek, To have and to hold ye said Lands and Premises with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining together with the reversion & Reversion remainder and Remainders thereof Houses Orchards &cc Unto my sd son Francis Jackson his heirs and Assigns for ever and I the sd Ralph Jackson do for one my heirs Exrs and administrators further Covenant and Agree to and with my sd son Francis Jackson his heirs Exrs Administrators and assigns the above said Land and Premises will warrant and for ever Defend against all persons Whatsoever _(?) sign and Seal this day of January 6 anno Dom 1750
Ralph Jackson
His mark
Sealed Signed and Delivered in presents of
Benjamin Hogner
Francis Osborne
Robert Thompson
At a court held for Amelia County the 20th day of July 1750 Ralph Jackson presented and acknowledged this his Deed of Gift with livery and _(?) Endorsed To Francis Jackson and Ordered to be Recorded
Samuel Cobb clk

175151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Samuel Terry’s List Below Flatt and Nibbs Creek
Fran Jackson
1 tithable

175251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771bles 1736 – 1771,
Below Flatt and Nibbs Creek 10 June 1752
Fran Jackson
1 tithable

175351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Wood Jones List Lower Side of Deep Creek Raleigh Parish
Francis Jackson
1 tithable

175651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
Francis Jackson
1 tithable

28 May 176050

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, 1759 – 1765
page 263 in original document
May 28, 1760 from Wm Towns of the Parish of Blisland and County of New Kent, to Richard Clough of Raleigh Parish and Amelia, for 300, a certain tract of land of about 500 acres, being part of a tract of 1595 acres patented to Wm Towns on Jul 30, 1742. The tract is in Raleigh Parish in Amelia on both sides of Buckskin Creek, joining the lines of Thomas Worsham, John Towns, Francis Jackson, Major Peter Jones deceased, Daniel Jones, George Steegall and Thoams Bevel
Signed Willm Towns
Wit: John Winn, Thos. Loury, Francis Ford, Sam Smith
Recorded Jun 26, 1760

176251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Richard Booker’s List
Fra Jackson
2 tithables
Nell

22 April 176250

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, 1759 – 1765, page 588 in original document
Apr. 22, 1762 from John Smyth of Amelia, to William Hall of Amelia, for 35, a certain tract of land of about 190 acres in Amelia on the south side of Wintocomake Creek and bounded by Francis Jackson, John Wilson, Wm Tisdale
Signed Joh Smyth
Recorded Apr 22, 1762 after Martha, the wife of the said John, personally appeared in court and relinquished her right of dower

176351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Benj. Ward’s List Rawleigh Parish
Francis Jackson
4 tithables
Tom, Bowser, Nell
200 acres

176451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Francis Jackson
3 tithables
Bowser, Nell
200 acres

176551

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Francis Jackson
3 tithables
Joshua Jackson, Nell
200 acres

24 Oct. 176550

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, 1759 – 1765, page 635 in original document
Oct. 24, 1765 from William Watkins & Martha his wife of Charlotte County to Benjamin Ward of Amelia for 262 a certain tract of land of 300 acres in Amelia which were patented to Thomas Jones & by several conveyances since has been vested unto William & Martha Watkins. The tract adjoins the land of the above said Benjamin Ward & is within the lines of Francis Jackson, Thomas Jones, Rowland Ward & Joseph Wilkerson
Signed: William Watkins, Martha (M) Watkins (her mark
Recorded: Oct. 24, 1765

176651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
John Booker’s List Rawleigh Parish
Francis Jackson
4 tithables
William Foster, Moil (?), Hannah
200 acres

176751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
John Booker’s List
Francis Jackson
4 tithables
Josiah Jackson, Barnette Jackson, Nell
200 acres

24 Sep. 176756 Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, 1765 – 1768, Deed Book 9
From John Brown of Amelia to Francis Jackson of Amelia, for 30, a certain tract of land in Amelia, about 100 acres bounded by Mays’ Branch in Nicholas Hudson’s line, William Jackson
Signed John B Brown (his mark)
Wit: Simon Clement, Obadiah Clement, Zephaniah Clement
Recorded 24 Sept. 1767

176851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Benj. Ward’s List Raleigh Parish
Francis Jackson
3 tithes
Josiah Jackson, Nell
20 acres

177051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Benj. Ward’s List Rawleigh Parish
Francis Jackson
4 tithes
Burwell Jackson, Benjamin Jackson
200 acres

177852

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Edmd Booker’s List Raleigh Parish
Fra Jackson
5 tithables
Joel Jackson, Nill, Ess, Robert

177952

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Edm Booker’s List Raleigh Parish
Fra Jackson
6 tithes
Robin, Harry, Nid, Elf

178152

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Edmd Booker’s List Raleigh Parish
Frans Jackson
6 tithes
Joel Jackson, Robin, Harry, Nice, Eff

178252

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Henry Anderson’s List
Francis Jackson
8 tithes
John Jackson, Robert, Henry, George, H (?), Nell, Effie

27 May 178453

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Henry Anderson’s List
Francis Jackson
9 tithes > 21
7 negroes < 16
7 horses
29 cattle

178553

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Francis Jackson
1 white > 21
2 whites < 16
5 black tithes
8 young negroes
6 horses
17 cattle

178653

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Francis Jackson
2 white males > 21
2 whites 16 – 21
5 negroe tithes > 16
8 negroes < 16
7 horses
7 cattle

23 Apr 178753

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
List 1
Francis Jackson
1 white male 16 – 21
6 blacks > 16
8 blacks < 16
6 horses
19 cattle
16 Mar

28 Mar 178853

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
George Booker’s Comm.
Fran Jackson
Names of white tithables: Fran Jackson Jr
5 blacks > 16
1 black 12 – 16
6 horses

28 May 178953

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Francis Jackson
6 blacks > 16
1 black 12 – 16
4 horses

14 Mar 179053

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Francis Jackson
7 blacks > 16
2 blacks 12 – 16
4 horses

2 Apr 179153

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Francis Jackson Sr
7 blacks > 16
2 blacks as – 16
3 horses

9 May 179253

Amelia County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 - 1813
Francis Jackson
1 free male > 16
8 blacks > 16
3 blacks 12 – 16
2 horses

9 Oct. 179237,49

Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 4, page 337
In the name of almighty God amen I, Francis Jackson senior being of sound mind and and _?_ do make this my last will and Testament as followeth.
Item, First and principally it is my desire that all my just debts be paid as soon as it can be made Convenient and that all debts be due to me be settled and collected as soon as they can be done with convenience.
Item, I give to my daughter Elizabeth Jackson five shillings cash to be paid out of my Estate after my other debts is paid off.
Item, and it is my desire that my sons Burwell, Joel, John and Francis Jackson pay unto my son Stewart Jackson five pounds cash each of them out of my estate after my other debts is paid off.
Item and I give to my son Leigh Wilkinson One Negro named Charles to him and to his Heirs forever but if he should die leaving no heir after his body the said Negro Charles to be returned and equally divided between my live (?) sons.
Item I give to Kitty Hamblin (?) thats now living in my House One Negro Girl named Lucy her _?_ to her and (?) her heirs forever but if she should die without heirs of her body to be returned and Equally divided between my five sons as above;
Item it is my desire that Sarah Hamblin that is now living with me shall have the House…….I now live in as her own House and Home without molestation from any Person (?) for the term of five years from the _?_ the _?_ _?_ and I also give her one Negro girl named Jenna/Jennie (?) to her and her heirs forever It is also my desire that she shall have _?_ of and _?_ degree (?) of my estate for her but when she dies or marries The sun (?) Negro to be returned to my sons and Equally divided, I also give her one good feather Bed and furniture and _?_ cows and cries (?) and one large _?_ _?_ to her and her heirs forever.
Item it is my desire that my Tract of Land I now live On be Equally divided between my sons to wit. Burwell, Stewart, Joel, John and Francis Jackson at the Expiration of five years after my death.
Item I give my daughter Polly Vaughan to Negroes to wit David and Nancy to her and her Heirs forever, but if she should die leaving no Heir of her Body Returned back and Equally Divided between my five sons as mentioned above, Burwell, Stewart, Joel, John and Francis Jackson.
Item and it is my desire that the remainder part of my Estate not mentioned in this my will whether Real or Personal be Equally divided between my five sons to wit Burwell, Stewart, Joel, Francis and John Jackson to them and their heirs forever, but if either of them should die leaving no Heir of their body said property _?_ to them by this my will shall be returned and Equally divided between my other sons then living.
Item, last of all I do appoint Thomas Perkinson and Stewart Jackson my whole and sole Executors to _?_ and settle my Estate as they shall think most proper as witness this my last will and Testament on this ninth day of October 1792.
Signed sealed and Acknowledged Francis Jackson
After _?) lined and arasured (?)
In presents of
Richard Clough
And Jackson Hamblin
Allen _?_

27 Dec. 1792

Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 4 page 338
At a court held in Amelia County 27th day of December 1792
The last will and testament of Francis Jackson deceased was exhibited (?) into court and Proved herein (?) oaths of Richard Clough and Jackson Hamblin two of the witnesses thereto subscribed sworn (?) to by Thomas Perkinson and Stewart Jackson the Executors therein _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ of the said Executors who entered into an _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ with Burwell Jackson John Jackson and Francis Jackson their _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ _?_ of _?_ with _?_ _?_ to _?_ Certificate is granted them for _?_ing _?_ of the said will in due form.
_?_ _?_ _?_ _?_
_?_ Recorded Teste _?_ _?_ _?_

24 Jan. 1793

Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 4
Inventory and Appraisment of the Goods & Chattels belonging to the Estate of Francis Jackson

 

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