May 11, 1858 Salem Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Nov. 27, 1940 San Diego San Diego County California, USA
82 years, 6 months, 16 days old. Kneeland sometimes spelled Knealand
Widower of the late Mary Ellen (Nellie) Fay/Fahy/Fahey Jackson. Namesake of Charles W. Kneeland who was the husband of his paternal aunt, Elizabeth P Jackson Kneeland.
He retired as a mechanic, manufacturing shoe last forms, in family owned factory in Marlborough MA. He then worked on the Panama Canal Construction Project after which he came to San Diego California with the Pan-Pacific Exposition in Balboa Park and worked with the Panama Canal Project Demonstration. He was also a retired US Marshall.
He lived in the San Diego community for the last 26 years of his life near his sons and grandchildren.
Father: Thomas Jackson b. MAY 1825 Boston MA d. JUL 1911
Mother: Mary Ellen (Nellie) Niles b. JUL 1829 Salem, Essex County MA d. Feb 1904
Siblings: Thomas Edwin (b ~1849) Mary E. ( ~1852) Ida E. (b ~1864)
Children: Charles Kneeland Jackson JR (b 24JUL1878) Eldon Eldridge Jackson (b 1880)