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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

 

5. Matthew Jackson

 

     Matthew Jackson was born in Dale Parish, Henrico County, Virginia, and married Ann Dunnevant, daughter of William Dunavat/Dunnevant of Henrico County about 1734/1735 in Henrico County, Virginia. Matthew died in Amelia County, Virginia.1,2,3,4,5,25

 

Timeline of Matthew Jackson and Ann Dunnevant

 

~1710 - 17161,2,3,4,5,25

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

173751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Between Flatt and Deep Creeks
Matthew Jackson
1 tithable

10 June 173851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Between Deep and Flatt Creeks
Matthew Jackson
1 tithable

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

11 June 173951

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

174051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List Between Deep and Flatt Creeks
Matt Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

174151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edward Booker’s List Between Flatt and Nibbs Creek
Matt Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

174251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edward Booker’s List Below Flatt and Nibbs Creek
Matt Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

26 Dec. 174261

Amelia County, Virginia, Wills 1735 – 1761, Deeds 1735 – 1754, Will Book 1, page 39 in original document
James Long, date written Dec. 26, 1741/42, proven Feb. 22, 1745
Wit: John Bragg, Matthew Jackson, Thomas (X) Dunnavant
Ex: William Dunnavant, Jr.
Leg: William Dunnavant, Jr. 50 acres south side of Beaver Pond Branch joining Thomas Neale’s line, up a small branch of Beaver Pond Branch; also household goods.

174351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edmund Booker’s List Above (?) Flatt Creek
Mat Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

174451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edward Booker’s List Below Flatt and Nibbs Creeks
Mat Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

21 Mar. 174561

Amelia County, Virginia, Wills 1735 – 1761, Deeds 1735 – 1754, Will Book 1
Page 21 in original document
100 pounds, William Dunnafant, Ex. For James Long, dec’d. with Matthew Jackson; secured March 21, 1745

174651

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

174751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edward Booker’s List Below Flatt Creek and Above Nibbs Creek
Matt Jackson
2 tithables
Hanna

174851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Col. Edward Booker’s List Below Flatt Creek and Nibbs Creek
Matt Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

174951

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Edward Booker’s List Below Flatt and Nibbs Creek
Mat Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah
12 head of cattle

15 Mar. 175059

Amelia County, Virginia Deed Books Volumes 3 - 4, 1747 - 1754, Deed Book 4, page 86

This indenture made this 15th day of March in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty between Mathew Jackson of Amelia County of the one part and Joseph Jackson of the County of Chesterfield of the other part
Witnesseth that the said Mathew Jackson for and in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds current money of Virginia by him the said Joseph Jackson to him the said Mathew Jackson in hand paid before the enosaling (?) & delivery (?) of those presents the receipt whereof the said Mathew Jackson doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained and sold and by these presents do give grant bargain and sell unto the said Joseph Jackson his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Amelia County on the South Branch of Flatt Creek containing one hundred and seventy seven acres & being part of three hundred and fifty four acres of land granted to William Jackson by patent and being thus bounded.
Beginning at Ralph Jacksons lower corner sixty four poles from the corner to Neals Branch, thence east twelve degrees two hundred forty poles thence south twenty degrees west three hundred & thirty eight poles & then running fortoin (?) pliment (?) to the one half of the land (??)
To have and to hold the said tract of land and premises with all and singular the priviledges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to him the sd Joseph Jackson his heirs & assigns to the only proper use and behoos of him the said Joseph Jackson his heirs and assigns forever and the said Matthew Jackson the above sold land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Joseph Jackson his heirs & assigns and against the claim and demand of him the said Matthew Jackson his heirs & assigns and all other persons whatsoever shall by these presents warrant and forever defend and the said Matthew Jackson his heirs and assigns shall and will at any time within six years _(?) after the date (?) of those presents do execute any other _(?) or _(?_ conveyance or conveyancy (?) _(?) in the law for the further and better _(?) and conveying the said land and promissory with the appurtenances unto the said Joseph Jackson his heirs and assigns as by the said Joseph Jackson his heirs & assigns shall be reasonably _(?) advised or required
In witness whereof the said Matthew Jackson hath set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
Richard Booker M his mark
Philip Hobson Matthew M Jackson
Rachel Booker
Memorandum that _(?) and _(?) possession of _(?) of the within mentioned _(?) or _(?) premises hereby granted was given and _(?) by the within mentioned Matthew Jackson to within Joseph Jackson to him his heirs & assigns forever according to the _(?) _(?) and _(?) _(?) _(?) of _(?) within written the day and year within
In _(?) of
Richard Booker M his mark
Philip Hobson Matthew Jackson
Rachel Booker
At a court held for Amelia County the 26 day of July 1751 this deed from Matthew Jackson to Joseph Jackson together with _(?) _(?) was proved by the bonds of Richard Booker Philip Hobson and Rachel Booker witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded
Samuel Cobb clerk

10 June 175051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Samuel Tarry’s List Below Flat and Nibbs Creek
Mat Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah
12 head of cattle

175151

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Samuel Terry’s List Between Flatt and Deep Creeks 10 June 1751
Mat Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

175251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Below Flatt and Nibbs Creek
10 June 1752
Mat Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

175351

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

175451

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

175551

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
10 June 1755
Math Jackson
2 tithables
Hannah

175651

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

175751

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

5 Jan. 176150

Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, 1759 - 1765, 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.

176251

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Richard Booker’s List
Matt Jackson
3 tithables
Wm Jackson, Robin

176351

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Benj. Ward’s List Rawleigh Parish
Matthew Jackson
4 tithables
Willm Jackson, Matthew Jackson Jun, Robin
200 acres

176451

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Benj Ward’s List Rawleigh Parish
Mathew Jackson
3 tithables
Matt Jackson Jr, Robin
200 acres

176551

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
John Booker’s List Rawleigh Parish
Matthew Jackson
4 tithables
Matthew Jackson Jr, Robin, John
200 acres

176651

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
John Booker’s List Rawleigh Parish
Matthew Jackson
5 tithables
David Sudbury, Mathew Jackson, John Roberts, Bowser
250 acres

176751

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Thomas Tabb’s List
Matthew Jackson
5 tithables
Matthew Jackson Jr
Robin, John, Gloucester
200 acres

176851

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Unknown Enumerator
Matthew Jackson
4 tithables

176951

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
John Booker’s List
Matthew Jackson
4 tithes
Robin, Gloucester, John
200 acres

177051

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1736 – 1771
Benj. Ward’s List Rawleigh Parish
Matthew Jackson
4 tithes
Robin, John, Gloucester
200 acres

177852

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
John Tabb’s List in Rawleigh Parish
Matt Jackson
5 tithables
Burwell Jackson, Robin, Gloucester, Lucy

177952

Amelia County, Virginia Tithables 1778 – 1782
John Tabb’s List Rawleigh Parish
Matthew Jackson
4 tithes
Burwell Jackson, Robin, Gloucester

14 Mar. 178360

Amelia County, Virginia Will Book 3, 1780 – 1786, page 184
Matthew Jackson Will
Wife Ann
Son Burwell Jackson
Daughter Agness Jackson
Grandson Moses Jackson
Sons William Jackson, Matthew Jackson
Daughters Obedience Deaton, Sarah Deaton and Martha Worsham
Exec: Henry Cuttington and Hodges Dunnavant
Wit: Thomas Bailey, George Rowlett, Elery Risen

 

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