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Genealogy of the Jackson family : their legendary history from eleventh century in England and the authentic history of Ephraim Jackson, the first emigrant to America, 1687, and his descendants to January 1, 1953 : a survey of the Jacksons and their kin in America

by I. Ernest Jackson ; retyped with an index and some Jackson/Hobson family updates by Brenna Hobson Budd ; Holloway/Jackson family updates [by] Jean Holloway-Burkhart ; Jackson/McMasters/Brunet/Glorso family updates [by] Josef A. Jackson ; Jackson/House/Ruhl updates [by] Margaret House ; Jackson/Roberts/Fuller/McGuire/Cashman/Dustman/Mcmasters family updates [by] Phyllis J. Petersen
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[San Marcos, California : B.H. Budd, 1995?]
139 p. : ports.

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Ephraim Jackson (ca. 1658-1733), a Quaker, was born at Eccleston, Lancashire, England. He immigrated to America in 1684 as a servant to Jacob Hall, a settler in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He married Rachel Newlin (ca. 1674-1742), daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth Newlin, in 1695. They had ten children, 1697-1710. The family settled in Edgemont Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and were members of the Chester Monthly Meeting in Pennsylvania. Descendants listed, chiefly some descendants of their grandson, Josiah Jackson (b. 1732) of Christiana, Pennsylvania, and Frederick County, Virginia; and especially of Josiah's son, Issac Jackson (1777-1867) of Frederick County, Virginia, and Hanover, Columbiana County, Ohio. Isaac's descendants listed lived in Ohio, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Missouri, Washington, Texas, California, and elsewhere.

Includes the Dean, Hobson, Holloway, Kirk, Lundy, Pemberton, Robinson and other related families.

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