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Remember (Morton) Jackson (1638 - 1707)

Remember Jackson formerly Morton
Born in Plymouth, Plymouth Colonymap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 18 Nov 1657 in Hingham, Plymouth, Mass.map
Descendants descendants
Died in Plymouth, Plymouth, Province of Massachusetts Baymap
Profile last modified | Created 17 Jul 2013
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Biography

Remember Morton was born abouth 1637 in Plymouth. She died on 24 Jul 1707 in Plymouth.

On 18 Nov 1657, Remember married Abraham Jackson in Plymouth. Born in England, Abraham died on 4 Oct 1714 in Plymouth.

Children

  1. Lydia Jackson (19 Nov 1658-19 Dec 1729)
  2. Abraham Jackson (say 1660-)
  3. John Jackson (ca 1664-)
  4. Nathaniel Jackson (ca 1664-4 Jul 1743)
  5. Eleazer Jackson (Oct 1669-14 Jul 1736)

Sources

  • Pane-Joyce Genealogy
  • Bartley, Scott Andrew. John Cooper of Barnstable: Newphew of Sabin Staresmore, The Mayflower Descendant (Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Boston, 2014) Vol. 63, Page 170
  • Robinson, Morse & White. History and Genealogy of the Town of Morrill, Maine. 1998. Picton Press, Rockport, Maine. Page 208-220. (Lineage of Jackson family in Waldo Co. Maine)


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