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|Lesa Pfrommer||RE: Sarah Potter Asher Jackson|
Not related, only by marriage. Bridgeman is my Holt County line. Starting with Lucinda Gibson Bridgmon #9299208
Do you know how to do links? You can link spouses, also children to parents. First sign into your account at Find-a-Grave, then you will see an "edit" option next to family links, then type in the memorial# of the person you want linked.
|DM236||RE: William H. Jackson|
If you put Jackson, William under the 1910+ and ask for Holt Co... he will come up. He was born Jun 17 1841 INDIANA & died Jan 30, 1916.. no parents names (marked unknown), just the persons name who gave information. 74y 7 m 14 dys
d. Fillmore, MO. Farmer, stock & cow raising... specialty
Started going to this doctor earlier for this condition- Jan 3-30.. some kind of grippe..Hagrippe- first part can't read, and I blew it up.... Dr.D.C. Parks, Filmore, MO penned "OLD AGE". Nothing much except you might know his informment.
I got another Wm Holt b. 1814- 1816 but he would not come up again.
Added by DM236 on Jan 21, 2011 12:37 PM
|DM236||WM. H. Jackson|
Let me try again. I did not print it out, as when it came up, I realized it was too old to be the son.., so I let it go, I could not get it back again myself... I did try, after I realized it was in the era of Jacob's brother, or uncle.
You just have to keep trying on this site. They do add more information as people try to obtain records on certain counties. This is a relatively new site, and I am sure as they work along, they will be adding new information later.
It helped me to find a White family member who lived in Illinois, and died in St. Louis Co., MO and then his son also died there also... I was able to print out the death certificates. It certainly has been a blessing for me, and I pass it along to anyone who has MO relatives... and I do! Solves all kinds of blank walls!
Added by DM236 on Jan 21, 2011 12:03 PM
|DM236||RE: Second wife Nancy Colwell|
You will find several of Jacob Jackson's marriages here including the one to Letitia Ash. 1836 I believe. I don't have any thing in front of me to reference it.
Vigo Co., is putting all their marriages online and you can check the Wabash Valley death records at the same time.. only these are dated newpaper publishing dates, not death dates... you have to figure the death date.
Added by DM236 on Jan 21, 2011 6:35 AM
|DM236||William H. Jackson|
No, he was too old to be Ezekiel's son. This guy was born 1814/1816.. died of old age 87yrs or 89 yrs etc. He would have been a contemporary to Jacob, probably a brother.
Two sections pre-1910 or 1910-1950 each one can be adjusted for counties. remember not all our ancestors died inthe counties we thought they did. Just put in the last name and it will bring up all who died in MO.... you will have to sort through them.
Added by DM236 on Jan 21, 2011 6:28 AM
1900 Census Nebraska, County Richardson, Rulo Twpn
T623 Roll 938, Page 289
Enoch Jackson b. IN
Isabella declares they have been married 20 years, she has had 8 children, 5 living.
Yes, I have 5 of their children, (and grandchildren) and have found 1910 Census for Ezekiel Jackson 63 IN; wife declares they have been married 35 years 5 children born, 4 living. Her name is Alice on this Census.
Mark, son, 36 living with them.
Did you know that missouri had digital death records online(death certificates you can print)... only Jackson from Holt Co., MO that shows is a William H. Jackson died aft 1900
Added by DM236 on Jan 20, 2011 8:27 PM
I had figured there were other wives, and knew that I could not find Margaret Pitts Jackson after 1855 after the birth of her son Ezekiel Jackson. I have tons of Jacksons in my family, as they married into other branches of the family. The Killion family as the Pitts were one of the first in Indiana. Ezekiel Pitts shows on 1830 Census for Clay Co., down to 1880 in Vigo. I certainly will find the information. Nice talking to you. Thanks.
Added by DM236 on Jan 20, 2011 7:38 PM
Early Settlement and Pioneer notes from History of Clay Co., IN
The western central part of the county was colonized largely by
southern Ohioans; the Donhams, Rectors, Reeces, Wests, Hicksons,
Jeffers, John Crossley, William Herron, Ezekiel Pitts, William Huff,
Samuel Jackson, Robert Bennett and others. The first entry of land in
this section of the county was made by Minerva Bundy, in 1822. John
D. Christie used to locate the lands for all new-comers in this territory.
Elizabeth & Josiah crossley both married in Vigo;her (Speer Spencer) in 1838 and him(Priscilla Thompson) in 1834
no other marriages close to Vigo.
Added by DM236 on Jan 20, 2011 6:44 PM
|DM236||RE: Jacob Jackson|
Strange I went to CCGS and found this information on the Pitts family.. There was no other marriages in the state for Jacob Jackson. Just what year was this marriage?... not before 1850. That is where i have been searching. As Ezekial Jackson was born 1847 and Enoch 1857.
Could he have married twice?
Added by DM236 on Jan 20, 2011 6:17 PM
I have a Jacob Jackson who married Margaret Pitts, daughter of Eli & Lucinda bedford
Margaret & Jacobs son Enoch married Isabel and moved to Nebraska,her brother Hardy Washington Pitts married Pamela Bayless and moved to Kansas
Her sister Louisa Pitts married John H. Killion= they were married in Cass Co., IN Newton Pitts, b. abt 1837 I have nothing on... have not even found death records, so after showing in Clay Co he obviously moved elsewhere also. The only record for Jacob A. Jackson is to a Margaret, and family records show; Margarets Sister Elizabeth Pitts b. 1833 married William A. Killion..
do you have proofs that it was Margaret
crosley that married the Jacob A. Jackson who lived in Perry Twp... marriage record?
Added by DM236 on Jan 20, 2011 5:14 PM
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