Comments from John McAnally:
Samuel Jackson came to America with the British Army. Changed his allegiance and went to Ten Mile Country where he served as a frontier Ranger. In June of 1782 he was a soldier under Capt. William Crawford.
Ref: Penn Archives Series VI Vol II Page 187.
Samuel Jackson is on the 1790 census in Washington County which is the parent county for Greene County which became a county in 1796 made up entirely from Washington Co.
His will left about 300 acres of land in Adams County, Ohio.
Ref: Ten Mile Country and its Pioneer Families. Page 574.
January 8th, 1798, Levi Hart married Jane Jackson b 1786, daughter of Samuel and Mag. Jackson.
Date: 12 Mar 1834
Place: Ten Mile, Green County, Pennsylvania<
Samuel was buried in the Shepherd Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennsylvania.
WikiTree profile Jackson-5450 created through the import of LJM Family File 10.1.ged on Oct 28, 2012 by Vivian Kahn. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Vivian and others.
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