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Emeline <I>Williams</I> Jackson

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Emeline Williams Jackson

Birth
Amite County, Mississippi, USA
Death
23 Jul 1932 (aged 80)
Amite County, Mississippi, USA
Burial
Gloster, Amite County, Mississippi, USA Add to Map
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BIOGRAPHY FROM: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Williams-65438

For the time, that Nero has live in the plantation in Louisiana, he had 6 children born from his girlfriend. Later he married an Indian Choctaw - well, she was an Indian only on 3/4 - my grandmother Emeline. Probably. his life with my grandmothe was some kind of a refuge from awful working conditions, and those, who enthralled him, could only be jealous at harmonies of his marriage and home life. They did not need much money to be happy because they love each other. Emeline was from Louisiana, she has gone to her mother slightly yellowish color of a skin.

When the president Lincoln released slaves on May 31, 1865, Nero´s situation got better. At least he could earn for a life adeguatedly - selling the Indian medicines. With the time he became famous because he has cured hunderds of people. His abilities of the sorcerer became wiely known, and people came from far away so he´d help them. Grandfather Nero conducted a simple life and has saved so much money, that he and my grandmothe could get a farm in Sunnyvale in Mississippi. He has paid with cash for 120 hectares of fertile ground. There Nero and Emmalinne had 15 children (and in general Nero had 21 children). My grandfather, grandmother and all their huge clan was fed from this ground, where they planted corn, tomatoes, and other vegetables, held chicken, pigs and cows.

Emeline and her husband Israel Nero Jackson are the parents of Samuel J. Jackson (1893- 1993), a graduate of Alcorn College (now Alcorn State University) in Lorman, Claiborne County, Mississippi. Samuel and his wife Crystal Lee King Jackson are the parents of Joseph Walker (Joe) Jackson, the patriarch of the Jackson Family of Entertainers.Italic text

Emeline Williams was born by a Choctaw father, Richard Allen Williams and a Choctaw Indian Fannie Mae Dunn

Emeline grew up in a household with her estranged adopted-parents.

Emeline have 48 siblings:

1. Warren Williams And 47 more.

Emaline Williams married Israel Nero Jackson and they had about 15-18 children. her oldest child was William Jackson. she did live in Louisiana with her husband.

Nero and Aunt Emaline purchased 117 Acres of land somewhere in Mississippi or East, Louisiana.

It was also told she loved to Plant fruits and vegetables and also made sure her children did the same to have food in their stomach.

Emeline died at the age of 80 years old and was buried in Mississippi possibly next to her husband.

*Its a photo of her standing next to her seated brother (Dennis Esco Williams)
BIOGRAPHY FROM: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Williams-65438

For the time, that Nero has live in the plantation in Louisiana, he had 6 children born from his girlfriend. Later he married an Indian Choctaw - well, she was an Indian only on 3/4 - my grandmother Emeline. Probably. his life with my grandmothe was some kind of a refuge from awful working conditions, and those, who enthralled him, could only be jealous at harmonies of his marriage and home life. They did not need much money to be happy because they love each other. Emeline was from Louisiana, she has gone to her mother slightly yellowish color of a skin.

When the president Lincoln released slaves on May 31, 1865, Nero´s situation got better. At least he could earn for a life adeguatedly - selling the Indian medicines. With the time he became famous because he has cured hunderds of people. His abilities of the sorcerer became wiely known, and people came from far away so he´d help them. Grandfather Nero conducted a simple life and has saved so much money, that he and my grandmothe could get a farm in Sunnyvale in Mississippi. He has paid with cash for 120 hectares of fertile ground. There Nero and Emmalinne had 15 children (and in general Nero had 21 children). My grandfather, grandmother and all their huge clan was fed from this ground, where they planted corn, tomatoes, and other vegetables, held chicken, pigs and cows.

Emeline and her husband Israel Nero Jackson are the parents of Samuel J. Jackson (1893- 1993), a graduate of Alcorn College (now Alcorn State University) in Lorman, Claiborne County, Mississippi. Samuel and his wife Crystal Lee King Jackson are the parents of Joseph Walker (Joe) Jackson, the patriarch of the Jackson Family of Entertainers.Italic text

Emeline Williams was born by a Choctaw father, Richard Allen Williams and a Choctaw Indian Fannie Mae Dunn

Emeline grew up in a household with her estranged adopted-parents.

Emeline have 48 siblings:

1. Warren Williams And 47 more.

Emaline Williams married Israel Nero Jackson and they had about 15-18 children. her oldest child was William Jackson. she did live in Louisiana with her husband.

Nero and Aunt Emaline purchased 117 Acres of land somewhere in Mississippi or East, Louisiana.

It was also told she loved to Plant fruits and vegetables and also made sure her children did the same to have food in their stomach.

Emeline died at the age of 80 years old and was buried in Mississippi possibly next to her husband.

*Its a photo of her standing next to her seated brother (Dennis Esco Williams)


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