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Genealogy of the Jackson and Associated Families

 

Generation 4

Great Grandchildren of Ralph Jackson and Leah Williams

Grandchildren of William/Williams Jackson and Sarah Burton

Children of John Jackson and Sarah ? (Unknown Last Name)

 

e. William/Williams Jackson

 

     William/Williams Jackson was born in Amelia County, Virginia.

 

Timeline of William/Williams Jackson

 

21 April 176858

Amelia County, Virginia, Deed Books 9 – 11, Deed Book 9, page 343
This Indenture made this the twenty first day of April in the year of our lord Christ One thousand Seven hundred and sixty eight between John Jackson of the county of Amelia of the One part and Williams Jackson of said county of the other part
Witnesseth that the said John Jackson for and in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds Currant money of Virginia to him in hand paid by Williams Jackson the receipt whereof he the said John Jackson hereby acknowledges hath given granted bargained sold aliened and ensossed (?) and by these presents do grant bargain Sell and confirm unto the said Williams Jackson his heirs and Assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of Land containing one hundred and ninety acres to be the same more or less lying and being in the county of Amelia aforesaid on a fork of Flat Creek called Ellises and bounded as followeth to wit
BEGINNING at a corner of Flemings on the north side of the said fork thence along the said fork to a beech or corner tree on Wm Hurts line thence along a line of marked trees to a branch on the said line to up the said branch between the two Jacksons to a corner tree on Mitchells line to down the said line to the first station
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said land together with all buildings, orchards, woods, ways, waters & water courses and all other appurtenances whatsoever to the said land & premises belonging or in anywise appertaining and also the reversion & reversions, remainder & remainders & all the estates right & title interest claim & demand whatsoever of him the said John Jackson of in or to the said land premises & every part or parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto the said Williams Jackson his heirs & Assigns forever and said John Jackson for himself & from all and every person & persons whatsoever the above granted land & premises unto the said Williams Jackson his heirs and assigns shall now warrant and forever defend by these presents
In Witness whereof the said said John Jackson Hath hereunto set his hand and Seal the day and year above Written
John Jackson Sr Sarah
Signed Sealed and Delivered in Presents of
Thomas Jackson
Arthur Jackson
James Charters
MEMORANDUM
That on the twenty first day of April 1768 Livery & Seizen (?)within land and premises was made by the within named John Jackson given to the within named Williams Jackson according to the form and effect of the within written deed
John Jackson
Witness
At a court held for Amelia County the 23rd day of June 1768
This indenture and the memorandum endorsed were acknowledged by the within named John Jackson party thereto and ordered to be recorded
Sarah wife of the said John Jackson personally appeared in court & having been first privately examined as the law directs voluntarily relinquished her right of dower in the land & premises by the said indenture
Teste
P. G. Peachy ck

14 Aug. 178749

Amelia County, Virginia, Will Books 4 and 5, 1786 - 1791, Will Book 4, page 94
In the name of God Amen I John Jackson Sr of Amelia County being Sick and Weak of Body but of perfect sound memory do make and Ordain this my last will and Testament in manner and form following after all of my Just Debts are paid I Give to my son Abner Jackson one Negro boy Called Abner (?) one Negro Girl called nancy I also Give the tract of Land he now Lives upon in the County of Charlotte being by estimation one hundred and thirty three acres to the same more or less I Give to my son Henry Jackson two pounds Current money to be raised out of my estate and paid him after my wifes decease I Give to my son Isaiah Jackson one Negro boy called Jack one feather bed and furniture and two head of misling (?) siged (?) Cattle I Give to my wife Sarah Jackson during her natural Life or Enter marriage my Plantation on which I am dwelling with all the Land I hold Joining the said Plantation and on her Death or intermarriage (?) I desire it may return to my son Curtis Jackson, I also Leave (?) to my wife Sarah Jackson the following Negroes, _?_, Amey, Jude, Tawney, Milley, Sally (Tally?), Sampson, with all my stock and house hold furniture and Still all which I _?_ her During her natural life or Enter marriage and at her Death or intermarriage I desire all the Negroes I left (?) her with the stock household furniture and Still may be Equally Divided Between all my Children (viz) John Jackson, Arthur Jackson, Daniel Jackson, Abner Jackson, William Jackson, Henry Jackson, Isaiah Jackson and Curtis Jackson my Desire is that their be no appraisment of my Estate by order of Court and Lastly I appoint my wife Sarah Jackson Executrix with my son Arthur Jackson Executor of my Last Will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this Fourteenth day of August Ann. Dom. One thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven
John Jackson
Seal
Signed Sealed and Acknowledged
In the presence of
Barthow Dupree
James Dupree
Josiah Foster
William Hindby

 

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