68. John Little JACKSON4 was born on 25 December 1830 in Indiana.4,10 He died on 18 March 1915 at the age of 84 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho.4 He was buried on 20 March 1915 in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington County, Idaho.
John married Susanna Arbuckle Gaar [Garr] on 31 Aug 1851 in Carroll Co Illinois. The lived in Rice Co Minnesota during the 1850's; Daviess County, MO in 1860 & 1870; Ada Co Idaho in 1880.
1860 Census. Jefferson Twp, Daviess Co MO Hh 11
John Jackson, age 30, laborer, b. IN
Susan, age 27, b. IN
Children born in Illinois: Harvey age 8, William age 7
Children born in Minnesota: Albert age 5 and Emily age 1.
Susan "Ham", age 2, is also listed with the Jacksons - her parents Richard & Emily Harmon were living next door. Emily was Emily Jane Garr and a sister to Susanna "Susan" Garr Jackson.
Michael Garr, age 58 [father of Susan & Emily]
Sarah Garr, age 50 [mother of Susan & Emily]
1870 Census. Marion Twp, Gallatin P.O., Daviess Co, MO, Hh 209
John L. Jackson, 39, b. IN
Susannah 37, b. IN
James H. 18, William B., both b. Illinois
Albert 14, Emily J. 11. Both born in Minnesota
Mary E. 5, Allice 3, Alexus 1 - all born in Missouri
Sally Garr, age 64, b. KY, living with the family
1880 Census. Payette Valley, Ada Co, Idaho. Hh 106
John L. Jackson, 49, b. IN, father b. PA, mother b. TN
Susana, 46, wife, b. IN, parents b. Kentucky
Alice, 13, dau. Alexus, 11, son. Born in Missouri
George S. 7, son, b. Kansas
Ada E., 5, dau. Lizzie A., 2, dau. Both born in Idaho
1900 Census. East Weiser Precinct, Washington Co, Idaho, Hh 524
John L. Jackson, b. Dec 1830, age 69, married 49 years. [both John and his sister Elizabeth gave their birth as Dec 1830 for the 1900 census - I wonder if they were born a year apart?]. Born Indiana, father b. PA, mother b. TN.
Susanna H., wife, b. Sep 1833, age 66, 10 children - 8 are living, b. IN, parents b. KY
George, son, b. Mar 1873, age 27, b. Kansas
Anne M., dau, b. Jan 1878, age 22, b. Idaho
His Idaho death record does list his father as Alexus Jackson. Geo. L. Jackson of Weiser was the informant. His cause of death was Senility. Date of Birth given is 25 Dec 1830.
Buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Washington Co, Idaho.
Find A Grave Memorial# 22893552
John Jackson married Susanna A. Garr in Carroll county, Illinois, August 3, 1851. Ten years later, on the 3d of August, 1861, he enlisted in Company E, Twenty-third Missouri Infantry, with which he served for over three years in the Civil war, being honorably discharged with the rank of sergeant at Atlanta, Georgia, September 22, 1864, his three years' term having expired. He came from Kansas to Idaho in 1873, settling first at Boise, but in the fall of the same year removed with his family to Emmett. He passed away at the Soldiers Home in Boise, March 16, 1915. His wife was born in Hamilton county, Indiana, September 17, 1833, and died near Weiser, Idaho, November 17, 1905. They had ten children.
John Little JACKSON and Susanna Arbuckle GARR were married on 30 August 1851 in Carroll County, Illinois. Susanna Arbuckle GARR was born on 17 September 1833 in Indiana. She died on 17 November 1905 at the age of 72 in Idaho. She was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington County, Idaho.
John Little JACKSON and Susanna Arbuckle GARR had the following children:
|James Harvey JACKSON was born in 1852 in Illinois.|
|William Berry JACKSON.|
|Albert JACKSON was born in 1855 in Minnesota.|
|Emily JACKSON was born in 1859 in Minnesota.|
|Mary Ellen JACKSON was born on 22 June 1865 in Daviess County, Missouri. She died on 9 January 1923 at the age of 57 in Emmett, Gem County, Idaho. She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Emmett, Gem County, Idaho. |
Married John Barrett Davies (1861-1952)
Idaho Death Certificate #40865
Mary Ellen Davies died 9 Jan 1923 of cerebral hemorrhage/apoplexy, city of Emmett. She was Married; born 22 Jun 1865 in Missouri. Her father was John L. Jackson, born Illinois - mother not listed. J. B. Davies of Emmett, Idaho was the informant.
|Clara Alice JACKSON was born on 27 April 1867 in Daviess County, Missouri. She died on 16 January 1953 at the age of 85 in Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon. She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Emmett, Gem County, Idaho. |
Clara married Boise Green Riggs (1865-1940)
Idaho Death Certificate, #1099. Clara Alice Riggs died in Enterprise where she had been for 1 week; her residence was in Emmennt. She was widowed. Her father listed as John L. Jackson, mother's maiden name, Garr. She died of Broncho-pneumonia
|George Lewis JACKSON was born on 13 March 1873 in Kansas. He died on 2 July 1953 at the age of 80 in Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho. He was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington County, Idaho. |
Married Anna M. Owen (1881-1953)
|Elizabeth Ada JACKSON was born on 17 March 1875 in Idaho. She died on 6 April 1915 at the age of 40. She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Payette, Payette County, Idaho. |
Married William Moore Bivens (1866-1940)
DEATH OF MRS. BIVENS
As we go to press we learn of the very sudden death of Mrs. Will Bivens, which occurred in Portland. We have not the particulars at this time and know nothing of funeral arrangements. (Payette Independent, Thursday, April 8, 1915)
PASSING OF MRS. BIVENS
Elizabeth Ada Jackson, was born March 17, 1876 on her father's farm near Emmett, Idaho. She was married November 16, 1892 to William Bivens at the place of her birth where the family then still resided. These young people were the children of old and respected pioneer families of the Payette Valley.
After the ceremony the young couple went to their new home five miles east of Payette where they have since lived.
Four children were born to this union, one daughter, Maurine, and the three sons, Walker, Ashley and Edwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Bivens united with the Baptist church in Payette about three years after their marriage and were faithful and obedient members until about nine years ago. At this time, Mrs. Bivens found herself a confirmed invalid and when all other help had failed she resorted to Christian Science and was healed. Some years later when first church of Christ Scientist in Payette was organized, Mr. Bivens became a charter member. Her ? and friends who sought her services or advice ever found in her a loving helpful friend who had absolute faith in Christ and trusted God for everything.
The desire to express her gratitude for God's love as revealed to her in her healing was manifested in the willingness to assist others to see the light as shown to her in the Christ life.
She was a devoted wife and mother upon whom her husband and children had learned to lean, knowing as they did, that she had a knowledge of God which banished every care.
Mrs. Bivens ended the mortal existence at Portland, Oregon, April 6, 1915. among her last words were these, "I am resting in the truth."
There are left to mourn her departure besides her husband and four children, her sisters, Mrs. Alice Riggs and Mrs. Ella Davis of Emmett, Mrs. Anna Ashley of Payette, three brothers, Mr. William Jackson of Baker, Albert of Weiser, Alex and George of Crystal, and many friends.
The beautifully simple Christian Science funeral service was held at the Satoris residence under the auspices of First Church of Christ Scientist, conducted by the First Reader of the church. Miss Harlene Satoris impressively sang as a solo, "Still, Still with Thee." The reading was from John and from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." The service breathed of a hope strong and enduring, with no suggestion of despair. A short service was held at the grave in Riverside cemetery at which Miss Harlene sang two verses of "Nearer, my god, is Thee," while the casket was lowered to its resting place, and all that was mortal of Mrs. Bivens was laid to rest. (Payette Independent, Thursday, April 15, 1915)
|Anne M. JACKSON was born in January 1878 in Idaho.|