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Genealogy of the Jackson and Associated Families

 

Generation 3

Grandchildren of Ralph Jackson and Leah Williams

Children of William/Williams Jackson and Sarah (Mary) Burton

 

1. William Jackson

 

     William Jackson was born in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia.1,2,3,4,5,25

 

Timeline of William Jackson

 

~17181,2,3,4,5,25

Birth of William Jackson, probably in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia

10 June 173651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edward Booker’s List on Deep and Flatt Creeks
Wm Jackson
1 tithable

173751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Above Flatt Creek
Wm Jackson
1 tithable

173851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Above Flatt Creek
William Jackson
2 tithables
Toka (?) Brown

26 Nov. 173835

Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia, Part One 1654 – 1737
Will of William Jackson of Dale Parish
To son Mathew 150 acres in Henrico County on south side of Swift Creek, upon Licking Creek, where he lately lived and 1 negro after death of his mother Sarah Jackson; to son William 177 acres in Amelia County on Mayes Branch on lower side, and 1 negro; To son John, 200 acres in Amelia on lower end of my survey on Beaver Pond Branch, negro and items; To cousin Thomas Neal, son of Thomas Neal, 200 acres; To my friend John Brown all of my land on Mayes Branch, part of a survey of 260 acres, Rest of land on upper side of Mayes Branch to my son Francis, 200 acres, plus 1 negro and items; To son Mark,100 acres on north side of Swift Creek on upper end of land where I live, 1 negro and items; To son Thomas, all land and plantation where I live, also 80 acres on Licking Creek, at lower end of his brother Mathew’s line, and 1 negro
To daughter Ruth Moor, 1 shilling
To daughter Agnes Jones, 1 cow & calf
To wife Sarah, use of all above Negroes and my plantation during widowhood and to be executrix
Dated 26 Nov. 1738
Wit: John Green, John Blankenship and William Turner
Recorded 5 Sept. 1739

174051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Above Flatt Creek
William Jackson
1 tithable

174151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
John Barton’s List Above Flatt Creek
William Jackson
1 tithable

10 Aug. 174251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
William Clement’s List
Wm Jackson
1 tithable

174351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
William Coleman’s List Between Flatt Creek and Appomattox River
Wm Jackson
1 tithable

174451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
William Coleman’s List Between Flatt Creek and Appomattox River
William Jackson
1 tithable

174651

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

174751

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

174851

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

174951

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List Raleigh Parish Above Flat Creek
William Jackson
1 tithable
6 head of cattle

175151

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

175251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Capt. Thomas Tabb’s Poles
Wm Jackson

175351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
William Jackson
2 tithables
Lida

175451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
William Jackson
4 tithables
Mathew Jackson, Sidia, Jack

10 June 175551

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
William Jackson
4 tithables
Matt Jackson, Jack, Liddie

175651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
William Jackson
5 tithables
Matthew Jackson, William Jackson, Jack, Liddia

175751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Greenhill’s List (same list as 1756)
Wm Jackson
5 tithables

21 June 175950

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds 1759 - 1765, Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 35
from Thomas Hudson of Amelia to Nicholas Hudson of the County of Prince Edward for 300 a certain tract of land of about 500 acres in Amelia on north side Flat Creek and bounded by Mayes’ Branch, William Jackson, Thomas Hudson, John Burton, Neals Branch in a former purchase made by the said Thomas Hudson of the said Burton of the aforesaid land. The land was purchased by the said Hudson of a certain John Burton by deed recorded in Amelia on Jan. 17, 1745/6.
Signed – Thomas Hudson. Wit. Edmond Booker, Matts Flournoy, William Booker. Recorded June 28, 1759

8 Feb. 176050

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds 1759 - 1765, Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 149
from Richard Booker, Francis Anderson, Edmund Booker, & Stith Hardaway of Amelia to Thomas Tabb of Amelia for 150 a certain tract of land of 318 acres on the upper side of Flat Creek in Amelia, the same having been patented to Henry Farley on Aug. 20, 1745. The land is bounded by the lands of William Jackson, Sr., William Farley Sr., William Farley, Jr. Simon Clement, Francis Jackson and John Thorp.
Signed Fras. Anderson, Edmd Booker, Stith Hardaway.
Wit. Henry Powell, Joseph Mayo, Jeremiah Bowles. Recorded Feb. 28, 1760

5 Jan. 176150

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds 1759 - 1765, Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 391
from Joseph Jackson of Chesterfield County to William Jackson of Amelia for 100 a certain tract of land of 177 acres in Amelia on the upper side of Flat Creek which is now part of the 354 acre tract whereon the said William Jackson now lives and which was patented to William Jackson, decd, and it is the same land that the said Joseph Jackson purchased of Mathew Jackson, son and heir of William Jackson, decd, as per the said Joseph Jackson’s deed from the said Mathew Jackson recorded in Amelia on March 15, 1750. The land adjoins John Brown, Nicholas Hudson, James Chappel, Christopher Ford, Stewart Farley and the said William Jackson.
Signed Joseph (his mark) Jackson.
Wit. Edmd Booker, Francis Jackson, Nicholas Hudson, Mathew Jackson.
Recorded Feb. 26, 1761 after Martha, the wife of the said Joseph Jackson, and Ann, the wife of Mathew Jackson, personally appeared in court and relinquished their right of dower.

176151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
A poll taken for David Greenhill 14 May 1761
Wm Jackson

176251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List in Rawleigh Parish
Wm Jackson
3 tithables
Jack, Lioe (?)
William Jackson Jun
3 tithables

176351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Raleigh Parish on the Upper Side of Flat Creek
William Jackson
4 tithes
Saml Jackson, Jack, Loidle (?)
354 acres of land

15 Feb. 176450

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds 1759 - 1765, Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Book 8, page 270
from William Farley Sr & Martha his wife, Wm Farley Jr & Sarah his wife of Raleigh Parish in Amelia to Stewart Farley of same for 100 a certain tract of land of about 194 acres in Amelia on the upper side of Flat Creek on both sides of Neals Branch, & is the lower part of a tract of land patented to Daniel Steuart dated Aug. 17, 1733 & bounded by Christopher Ford, William Jackson, the line late Henry Farley’s, Peter Burton. Signed Wm (his mark) Farley Sr, Martha (her mark) Farley, Wm (his mark) Farley, Jr, Sarah (her mark) Farley. Wit. Christo. Ford, James Hill, Jno Cobbs, Thomas Mumford. Recorded Feb. 23, 1764

24 Jan. 176550

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds 1759 - 1765, Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Book 8, page 492
from Stewart Farley & Mary, his wife, of Raleigh Parish in Amelia, to John Booker of same, for 150 a certain tract of land of about 150 acres in Amelia on the south side of Neals Branch, a branch of Flat Creek & bounded by Christopher Ford, Wm Jackson, Edmund Booker, Ford. Signed Steuart (his mark) Farley, Mary (her mark) Farley. Wit. None. Recorded Jan. 24, 1765.

27 June 176550

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds 1759 - 1765, Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Book 8, page 582
from Thomas Tadd, gent of Amelia, to William Wily of Amelia for 150, a certain tract of land of about 318 acres in Amelia & is the same land whereon the said Wily now lives, adjoining the lands of Wm Jackson, Francis Jackson, Wm Farley & John Thorp. Signed Thomas Tabb. Wit. None. Recorded June 28, 1765.

176551

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List Rawleigh Parish
William Jackson
3 tithables
Jack, Lyddia
354 acres

176651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List Rawleigh Parish
William Jackson
3 tithables
Jack, Liddia
354 acres

176751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
William Jackson
3 tithables
Jack, Lyddia
350 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
Wm Jackson
3 tithes
Tom, Lucy

176951

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Munford’s List, Raleigh Parish
William Jackson
4 tithes
Samuel Jackson, Jack, Lydia

177051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Christopher Ford’s List
William Jackson
3 tithes
Jack, Lydia

4 Mar. 177657

Will Book 2, Amelia County, Virginia, Wills 1771 - 1780
Francis Jackson of Raleigh Parish
Will dated 4 Mar 1776, probated (no date given)
Wit: William Lockett, John Clement and William Clement
Ex: Friends Benjamin Lockett and Simon Clement
Leg: Son Rowland Jackson, land purchased of John Brown whereon he now lives; also Negro man Jo,
Son Josiah Jackson, land whereon he now lives, div. Form my plantation by a branch that heads up near lower end of Simon Clement’s plantation, down branch to birch tree in William Jackson’s line on south side Mayses Branch,
Daughter Mary Jackson, Negro woman Lucy and increase
Daughter Elizabeth Jackson, Negro girl Rose and her increase
Daughter Presilla Jackson, Negro girl Bid and her increase.
To each of my daughters aforementioned, certain livestock. Son Francis Jackson, plantation where I now live and rem. My land not before given to him. Son Francis Jackson, rem. Negroes Pat, Tom Shadrich and Jude and their increase; also rem. Livestock, household furniture and all necessary plantation utensils to him after he pays my just debts. Desire my daughters have privilege of living with their brother Francis while they remain single.

14 Sept. 177657

Will Book 2, Amelia County, Virginia, Wills 1771 - 1780

Will Book 2, Amelia County, Virginia, page 197
James Chappell of Raleigh Parish, will dated Sept. 14, 1776, pro. (no date given).
Wit. Alexander McNabb, William (X) Worsham & William (X) Jackson
Ex. Sons James & John Chappell & friends David Crawley & John Ford.
Leg. Wife Phebe Chappell, for life, part of land & plantation. Whereon I now live lying above Taylor’s Branch; also 4 negroes York, Sawney, Sucky & Jenny; also horses (incl. Bay mare named Amey Pardue) & livestock on place where I now live, she to choose them (excepting yoke of steers) & certain furniture & household goods at the place; desire her grain to be ground gratis so long as she lives or the mill stands; at her decease, aforementioned est. to be equally divided between my sons James, John, Miles, Abner & Robert. Son James Chappell, land purch. Of William Watson whereon he now lives. Son John Chappell, land he now lives on purchased of John Cooke & Henry Isabel, but he is to pay his bro. Abner Chappell the sum of 50 pounds current money. Son Miles Chappell, part of land I now live on lying below Taylor’s branch, also mill, but he is to pay his bro. Abner Chappell 50 pounds current money. Son Abner Chappell, tract of land joining Thomas Whitworth et al, cont. by patent 150 acres. Son Robert Chappell, at death of my wife, aforesaid, part of land & plantation I now live on lying above Taylor’s branch; also Negro boy Bob, son of Lucy. Daughter. Martha Howlet, 3 negroes Juba, Moll & Amey, 2 of which she now has in her possession. Daughter. Sarah Clay, 3 negroes, Will, son of Lucy, Straw & Ester, 2 of which she has in her possession. Daughter. Elizabeth Cox, 3 negroes Jack, son of Sue, Frank & Jerry, 2 of which she has in her possession. Daughter. Anne Chappell, 3 negroes Bett, Sarah & Jamie, son of Janny; also I feather bed & furniture & woman’s saddle. If my wife abide by this will, daughter. Dorothy Chappell to have 3 negroes, Lucy, daughter. Of Moll, Sue, daughter. Of Bet & Dick, son of Sucke; also I feather bed & furniture And 1 woman’s saddle. Should my wife not abide by my will, sd daughter Dorothy to have 5 shillings current money only. If my wife abide by my will, give to daughter. Caty Chappell 3 negroes Hannah, Will, son of Sucky & Lyddia, daughter. Of Jenney; also 1 feather bed & furniture & 1 woman’s saddle. Should my wife not abide by my will, give sd daughter. Caty 5 shillings current money only. Rem. Est. not heretofore disposed of to be equally disposed among my 5 sons James, John, Miles, Abner & Robert in this manner: that is, allotted as equally as it can conveniently be done by some indifferent or disinterested person and drawn for, but those drawing the most valuable lot to pay for the proportion to those drawing a lot of less value. Estate not to be appraised. 100 pounds to be raised out of my estate by Ex. And given my 2 sons Abner & Robert, my 2 daughters. Dorothy & Caty, that is to say, 25 pounds to each of them for their maintenance, bringing up, and education.

177852

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Edmd Booker’s List Raleigh Parish
William Jackson
3 tithables
Jack, Hannah

177952

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Edm Booker’s List Raleigh Parish
William Jackson
3 tithes
Jack, Hannah

178152

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Edmd Booker’s List Raleigh Parish
Willm Jackson
4 tithes
Jack, Ben, Hannah

178252

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
Christo. Ford’s List
William Jackson
4 tithes
Jack, Hannah, Ben

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