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John William Jackson (1885 - 1948)

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John William (William) [uncertain] Jackson
Born in Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, Englandmap [uncertain]
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Husband of — married in Minto, Manitoba, Canadamap
Died in Manitoba, Canadamap
Profile last modified | Created 21 Sep 2011 | Last significant change: 22 May 2018
16:51: EditBot WikiTree edited the Biography for William Jackson. (Renaming category: Kirkheaton, West Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire) [Thank EditBot for this]
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Categories: Kirkheaton, Yorkshire | Minto, Manitoba | English Immigrants to Canada | Boyd Cemetery, Minto, Manitoba | Jackson Name Study (Huddersfield).

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William Jackson migrated from England to Canada.
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Biography

John was born in 1885 in Yorkshire. He was the son of Beaumont Jackson and Annie Broughton.

John died in 1948 in Manitoba. He is buried in Boyd Cemetery in the R.M. of Minto.

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Sources

  • 1906 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Marquette District, Subdistrict #12, page 29 [1]





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