Capt Pilkington Jackson

Capt Pilkington Jackson

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Death 29 Mar 1907 (aged 72)
Burial Ipswich, Ipswich Borough, Suffolk, England
Memorial ID 37447057 · View Source
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Pioneer of army welfare, Captain, Royal Artillery. "In 1859, deeply moved by the nightly street scenes at Gibraltar while serving there as a young officer he devised and established at his own expense the first soldiers home"

IGI has Christening of Pilkington Jackson 30 December 1834 at St Phillips, Salford, Lancashire, son of Henry Augustus and Mary Jackson There was a marriage between Henry Augustus Jackson and Mary Pilkington at St Peter, Bolton Le Moors, Lancashire, on 2 May 1832.

Marriage: 2 May 1832 St Peter, Bolton, Lancashire, EnglandHenry Augustus Jackson - of Winwick Mary Pilkington - of this parish Not found in 1841 census In 1851 census Pilkington Jackson, aged 16 was a Gentleman Cadet at the Cadet barracks, Woolwich Common, born in Rochdale, Lancashire.GREENWICH, Kent HO107 piece 1589 folio 428 page 8 He would appear to have spent much time abroad, but was for a time stationed at Granby Barracks, Stoke Damerel, Devonport with wife Harriet E, aged 22, born in Penzance.



With thanks to Patricia Lovell for this information.

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  • Find a Grave Memorial 37447057
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Capt Pilkington Jackson (Dec 1834–29 Mar 1907), Find a Grave Memorial no. 37447057, citing Old Ipswich Cemetery, Ipswich, Ipswich Borough, Suffolk, England ; Maintained by js (contributor 47073644) .