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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

 

2. Mark Jackson

 

     Mark Jackson was born in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia, and died in Amelia County.

 

Timeline of Mark Jackson

 

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Birth of Mark Jackson in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia

26 Nov. 173838

Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia Part Two 1737 - 1781, page 1095
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

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.

7 June 175139

Chesterfield County, Virginia Court Orders, 1749 – 1752
A deed from Mark Jackson to George Cogbill acknowledged by the said Mark, ordered to be recorded.

10 June 175151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Tithables taken by the Order of the Court 10 June 1751
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo

175251

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

10 June 175251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Tithables Taken By the Order of Court 10 June 1752
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo

175351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Charles Irby’s List Lower End of Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo

175451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Henry Ward’s List in Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo

175551

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Samuel Tarry’s List Below Flat Creek and Nibbs Creek
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo

175651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Henry Ward’s List in Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo

14 May 176151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
A poll taken for David Greenhill
Mark Jackson

176351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Henry Ward’s List Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo
200 acres

176451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Richard Jones’ List Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson
2 tithables
Sambo
200 acres

176851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Capt. Robt. Munford’s List in Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson
3 tithes
Jeremiah Jackson, Rachel
200 acres

177851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Munford’s List (?) Nottoway Parish
Mark Jackson Sr
1 tithable

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