John A. “Black Hawk” Jackson

John A. “Black Hawk” Jackson

Birth
Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia, USA
Death
4 Mar 1920 (aged 72)
Princeton, Gibson County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Princeton, Gibson County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID
67780085 View Source

Son of George and Hannah Jackson, husband of Harriet Layton, father of Lizzie Jackson and William G. Jackson.

Friday, March 12,, 1920, Shenandoah Herald:

John Jackson, col'd, died in Princeton, Indiana last Thursday and was buried last Saturday, aged about 76 years.

John was a faithful servant and loyal to the South. He was, during the war, a servant of Lieut. James H. Williams of Chew's Battery. He was faithful to his master and the Southern cause. He was occasionally captured by the enemy. He professed to be glad of his capture and was accorded liberty, which he used in making his way back to his old Battery. He was highly esteemed by a large number of friends, both white and colored, at his old home in Woodstock.

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Son of George and Hannah Jackson, husband of Harriet Layton, father of Lizzie Jackson and William G. Jackson.

Friday, March 12,, 1920, Shenandoah Herald:

John Jackson, col'd, died in Princeton, Indiana last Thursday and was buried last Saturday, aged about 76 years.

John was a faithful servant and loyal to the South. He was, during the war, a servant of Lieut. James H. Williams of Chew's Battery. He was faithful to his master and the Southern cause. He was occasionally captured by the enemy. He professed to be glad of his capture and was accorded liberty, which he used in making his way back to his old Battery. He was highly esteemed by a large number of friends, both white and colored, at his old home in Woodstock.

For more information: http://ingenweb.org/ingibson/Obituaries/Obituaries_old/Woodstock_Jackson/Jackson_John_A.html

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