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Col. George Jackson (1757-1831), the man and the individuals buried in his orchard place : the legacy of the historic Jackson Cemetery

compiled by Nancy Ann Jackson
Books/Monographs
English
Clarksburg, West Virginia : N.A. Jackson, c2006
121, viii p. : ill.

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George Jackson was born 9 January 1757 in Cecil County, Maryland. His parents were John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummings. He married Elizabeth Brake (1757-1812), daughter of Jacob Brake, 13 November 1776 in Hampshire County, Virginia. They had eleven children. He died in 1831 in Ohio. He deeded land to the city of Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia for a community cemetery. Includes names, dates and some biographical information about persons buried in the cemetery.

Includes index.

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