Ancestral Family Topic 1754

 1754   Isaac Jackson (-c.1700)
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Isaac Jackson, in his own words
If he could speak to us today, Isaac Jackson might describe his life as follows.

I came to Virginia at the expense of William Leigh of King and Queen County and Benjamin Harrison of King and Queen and Essex,  and had likely been in the Colony quite a few years when the governor granted me 37 acres on the south side of the Rappahannock River in Essex County in 1697. 
I married second Jane Gullock, the only daughter of Robert Gullock, after he named her in his 1683 will on Rappahannock County,  and before 10 May 1697 when John Elliott and Sarah, his wife, relinquished to me “as marrying the daughter of said Gullock” her right of dower to a parcel of land in Essex County that had belonged to Robert Gullock.  John Elliott was a resident of Westmoreland County when he appointed me his attorney 11 June 1697. 
I was dead by 1700 when Jane Jackson, still described as the daughter of Robert Gullock, married John Butler. 
Although I left no will identifying my children, I am likely the father of Thomas Tinsley’s wife, Sarah. On 14 May 1720 Joseph Berry of Stafford sold 250 acres to Thomas Jackson and Sarah Tinsley, presumably my son and his sister, by then Tinsley’s widow. Also Tinsley named a son Isaac, surely for me. Since Jane and I had been married so briefly, Jane was not Sarah’s mother.


Descendants of Isaac Jackson
Information about the children of Isaac Jackson, their descendants, and allied families previously found at Virginians.com is now available as Southside Virginia Genealogies. Learn more 
Names found in this topic include the following.
 Sarah (Jackson) Tinsley,  
Thomas Tinsley,   
 Thomas Jackson (-1749),  
Edward Tinsley,   George Eastman,  
Phoebe Daniel,  William Daniel,  
William Jackson,  
 Andrew Jackson,  
William Lowry,  



Notes
This topic, which represents .05% of all the family history material at Virginians.com, includes 12 citations and the names of 19 individuals.
 
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