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Samuel Jackson (abt. 1757 - 1834)

Samuel Jackson
Born about in Belfast, Antrim, Ulster, Irelandmap [uncertain]
Son of [uncertain] and [mother unknown]
Husband of — married 1789 in Ten Mile Country, Greene Co., Pennsylvaniamap
Descendants descendants
Father of
Died in Tenmile, Greene County, Pennsylvania, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 29 Oct 2012
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Contents

Biography

Birth

Date: 1757
Place: Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Notes

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.

Death

Date: 12 Mar 1834
Place: Ten Mile, Green County, Pennsylvania<

Burial

Samuel was buried in the Shepherd Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennsylvania.

Sources

  • 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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Jackson-5450 and Jackson-12881 appear to represent the same person because: These appear to be the same Samuel Jackson
posted by Debra (Downs) Allison

Rejected matches › Samuel Jackson (abt.1755-1815)