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Robert Edward Jackson
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Note*: Obituary says born 21 March 1935 in New London,NH and moved to St.Stephen, NB with his family the following October where he resided until1953. [JWP]
Birth*: 21 March 1935, New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire
Burial*: 1971, Waterloo, Ontario
Death*: 20 June 1971, Kitchener, Ontario

Parents:

Father: Harvard Reynolds Jackson b. 14 April 1907, d. 2 March 1989

Robert Everett Jackson
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Birth*: 5 February 1869, Little Ridge, Charlotte, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 3 November 1897, Milltown, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Principal=Margaret Stella Keyes
Death*: 8 May 1962

Parents:

Father: Albert Jackson b. 27 March 1840, d. 17 February 1908
Mother: Joanna Love b. 12 September 1838, d. 19 January 1914

Family:

Margaret Stella Keyes b. 11 September 1872, d. 5 June 1943

Children:

Norman Keys Jackson b. 12 Mar 1903, d. UNKNOWN

Rupert Jackson
Death*: Deceased

Samuel Carleton Jackson
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Note*: When a young man, Samuel with his brother Granville, went around CapeHorn to California and spent one or two years there. He farmed inMayfield the rest of his life. He drowned while engaged in hauling woodnear Potters Lake. His sled cut through the ice at the edge of the lake,throwing him off where he was held in the snow and water until heperished before a neighbor Joseph Scott could release him. See hisobituary 4 March 1910. [JP]
Birth*: 9 July 1844, Mayfield, Charlotte, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 18 September 1871, Mayfield, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Principal=Elmira Harriet Getchell
Burial*: 1910, St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, Charlotte, New Brunswick
Death*: 4 March 1910, Mayfield, Charlotte, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Jones Dyer Jackson b. 25 October 1797, d. 6 June 1874
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Hanson b. 22 February 1815, d. 1895

Family:

Elmira Harriet Getchell b. 14 May 1851, d. 4 March 1904

Children:

Emerson Dyer Jackson+ b. 18 May 1874, d. 26 Oct 1947
Leonard Jones Jackson+ b. 11 Feb 1876, d. 16 May 1948
Edith Louise Jackson b. 23 Feb 1878, d. 12 Aug 1910
Ethel Elmira Jackson+ b. 22 Apr 1885, d. 30 Jan 1985
Grace Lillian Jackson b. 15 May 1888, d. 15 Mar 1903

Sarah Jackson
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Note*: christened 28 Sep 1794 in St.Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick [JP]
Note*: by Rev. F. Asbury. [note: This must have been Rev. T. Asbury--SLR], Principal=Amaziah Hammond Nash
Birth*: 25 November 1792, Calais, Washington County, Maine
Marriage*: 17 February 1818, Calais, Washington County, Maine, Principal=Amaziah Hammond Nash
Death*: 9 April 1875, Hopkinton, Delaware, IA

Parents:

Father: William Jackson b. 1763, d. 28 March 1826
Mother: Mary Jones Dyer b. circa 1766, d. circa 1856

Family:

Amaziah Hammond Nash b. 23 January 1794, d. 26 April 1866

Children:

John Granville Nash d. 28 Feb 1842
Stephen Brewer Nash b. 29 Nov 1818, d. 26 Apr 1842
Sarah Jackson Nash b. 20 Dec 1819, d. 25 Aug 1858
Mary Jackson Nash b. 9 Mar 1822, d. UNKNOWN
Martha Ann Crosby Nash b. 22 Mar 1823, d. UNKNOWN
Isaac William Nash+ b. 29 Jun 1824, d. 12 Nov 1896
Emeline Gates Nash b. 8 Sep 1826, d. 9 Feb 1827
Emeline Gates Nash b. 21 Dec 1827, d. 13 Nov 1856
Amaziah Hammond Nash , Jr. b. 4 Nov 1829, d. UNKNOWN
William Jones Nash b. 23 Aug 1831, d. 25 May 1848
Abba Caroline Nash b. 15 May 1833, d. 15 May 1833
James Gorham Kimball Nash b. 27 Jul 1834, d. UNKNOWN
Benjamin Everhard Nash b. 27 Dec 1835, d. UNKNOWN

Sarah Jackson
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Note*: unmarried
Birth*: 1876
Death*: 10 November 1956

Parents:

Father: John Ezra Jackson b. 11 January 1833, d. 20 March 1934
Mother: Mary Mills b. UNKNOWN, d. 14 September 1888

Sarah Jackson
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Birth*: 1877
Death*: 1956

Parents:

Father: Amos Jackson b. 1845, d. 1 October 1929
Mother: Laura (Nee?) Jackson b. 1843, d. 1933

Sarah Jackson
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: never married
Birth*: circa 1900

Parents:

Father: Jones Dyer Jackson b. 3 May 1877, d. 15 April 1926
Mother: Harriet A Cumberland b. 4 November 1877, d. UNKNOWN

Sarah Ann Jackson
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Note*: Cause of Death: drowned while crossing St Croix River
Birth*: 10 July 1847
Death*: 25 January 1864

Parents:

Father: Jones Dyer Jackson b. 25 October 1797, d. 6 June 1874
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Hanson b. 22 February 1815, d. 1895

Stephen Jones Jackson
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Note*: He had a farm at Loon Bay on the St. Croix River not far from St.Stephen,NB. About 1867-68 they were persuaded by one of the Dyers (2ndcousin Stephen S. DYER ?) to go to Royalton,MN where they settled tofarm. In 1883 they returned with their two youngest daughters to St.Stephen. There was an outbreak of diptheria in the Royalton area andshortly after they returned to Royalton one of their sons died of it. Itis assumed that the five children who died in 1884 also contracteddiptheria and did not recover. [JP]
Birth*: 14 December 1837
Marriage*: after 14 November 1860, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Principal=Charlotte Muncy
Death*: 1926, Royalton, Morrison, Minnesota

Parents:

Father: Jones Dyer Jackson b. 25 October 1797, d. 6 June 1874
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Hanson b. 22 February 1815, d. 1895

Family:

Charlotte Muncy b. circa 1843, d. 8 December 1928

Children:

Charlotte Jackson b. b Jun 1861, d. UNKNOWN
Rhoda Jackson b. c 1862, d. 22 Nov 1941
Elmira Jackson b. c 1863, d. c 1884
Adelaide M Jackson b. 23 Feb 1867, d. 23 May 1884
Henry Jackson b. c 1869, d. UNKNOWN
Robert Jackson b. 1871, d. 16 Mar 1949
James Jackson b. Jun 1875, d. 1 May 1884
Ada L Jackson b. 30 Jul 1877, d. 30 Apr 1884
Irena G Jackson b. Mar 1879, d. 4 May 1884
Cora Jackson b. 1882, d. 1904

Sylvia Elaine Jackson
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Birth*: 2 April 1943, Mayfield, Charlotte, New Brunswick
Burial*: 1971, St. Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick
Death*: 2 June 1971, Toronto, Ontario

Parents:

Father: Harvard Reynolds Jackson b. 14 April 1907, d. 2 March 1989

Thomas Daniel Jackson
Birth*: 26 February 1891, Bell, Lamar County, Alabama, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 26 February 1891, Principal=Martha Frances Woods

Family:

Martha Frances Woods b. 17 October 1872, d. 18 October 1947

Children:

William Paul Jackson Sr.+ b. 14 Nov 1912, d. 8 Sep 1996

Uriah Dyer Jackson
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Birth*: 2 September 1883
Marriage*: 1908, Principal=Maude Turner
Marriage*: 1918, Principal=Mable Lonergan
Death*: 15 March 1951

Parents:

Father: Christopher Absolam Jackson b. 20 February 1852, d. 6 March 1911
Mother: Unity Marie Hall b. 24 January 1862, d. 1 February 1961

Family 1:

Mable Lonergan d. April 1951

Children:

Flora Jackson b. 22 Jan 1920, d. 7 Aug 1987

Family 2:

Maude Turner d. 1915

Children:

Norman Jackson b. 1909, d. 1980

Wellington Hall Jackson
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Birth*: 31 May 1893, St. Stephen, Charlotte. New Brunswick
Death*: 18 May 1983

Parents:

Father: Christopher Absolam Jackson b. 20 February 1852, d. 6 March 1911
Mother: Unity Marie Hall b. 24 January 1862, d. 1 February 1961

William Jackson
Note*: Most of the info on this family from: Arnold E. Krause, (Arnold Edwin Krause) 1611 Arlington Ave., Saskatoon, Sask., CANADA S7H 2Y6 Tel: (306) 374 3348 Homepage(s): http://members.home.net/arnie-krause/index.htm http://www.FamilyTreeMaker.com/users/k/r/a/Arnold-Edwin-Krause-Saskatchewan Ref: The name of William Jackson, St. Stephen, as a United EmpireLoyalist is shown in the following reference 'The Loyalists of NewBruswick', Esther Clark Wright. The 1790 Census for Washington Co., ME (Waldo Co., ME, Plantations eastof Machias -- No 5, Washington Co., Calais) shows a William Jackson ashead of family 1,2 1 (1 white male >=16, 2 white males < 16, total of 1white female. ========================================= E-Mail From -- Steve Robbins 915 Green Valley Drive Toccoa, Georgia 30577 srobbins@@toccoafalls.edu 1) Petition for land grant. Original is at New Brunswick ProvincialArchives in Fredericton; I have a photocopy, which carries WilliamJackson's signature. 'Memorial of William Jackson and others, of theParish of St. David in the County of Charlotte, 17th April 1804.' 'To the Honorable Gabriel G. Ludlow Esqr. President of His Majesty'sCouncil and Commander in chief of the Province of New Brunswick &c, &c,&c, -- 'The Memorial of William Jackson, Vance Clendinnen, Thomas MLaughlinJunr, Stephen Shareman, Aaron Stores, Benjamin & Asa Foster, James Brown,Samuel Brown, Green Brown, Elijah Brown, John Tuel, Zachariah MLaughlinand Samuel Finlayson, all of the Parish of Saint David in the County ofCharlotte, 'Humbly Sheweth, 'That your Memorialists are Inhabitants ofthe County of Charlotte and are firmly attached to the British Government and Constitution. That severalyears ago they have removed with their families from different parts ofthe States (except the first of your Memorialists who arrived here at theClose of the American war after serving His Majesty's in various stationsduring that unhappy Contest) with a firm resolution to become permanent settlers inthis Province, and having taken the Oath of allegiance to His Majesty, 'That all of them (except your memorialists Jackson, McLaughlin's,and Clendinnen, who have received a Lot each of very indifferent Land)are yet unprovided with any Land from Government tho' the greater part ofthem have numerous families to support --- Memorialists therefore humblypray your Honor will be pleased to take this situation into your wiseconsideration and Grant them the several Lots set against theirrespective names in the annexed schedule or such a proportion thereof asin your wisdom may seem meet -- and your Memorialists as in duty boundshall ever pray 'Saint David William Jackson 17th April 1804 Vance Clindennan Thos. McLaughlin Junr. Stephen Shareman Aaron Stores Benjn Foster for himself and son Asa James Brown Saml. Brown Green Brown his Elijah x Brown mark John Tuel Zachariah MLaughlin Samuel Finlayson' In the annexed schedule, William Jackson asks for Lots No. 1, 3, & 4 inBlock Letter D, Fanning's Division. A memo on the outside of thedocument: '21st March 1806, may be registered for the vacant lots asmarked.' On the schedule are notes added at William Jackson's name: 'No.1 in D Fanng. improved by Davis Collin[g]s; 3 & 4 vacant.' Note: In a separate petition, on 10 January 1807 Davis Collingspetitioned for a grant of these three lots; in this petition, WilliamJackson relinquished his claim to the lots, in favor of Collings. 2) This may (or may not?) be our William Jackson: 'Jackson, William. Lieutenant in Orange Rangers c1783, age 48, fromEngland, served British Corps 23 years, Provincial Corps 6 years. Alsolisted in same regiment as an Adjutant, same age, same place of birth,but served Provincial Corps 5 years.' In: Burnell, Paul J. The New Loyalist Index, Volume II. (Bowie, Md. :Heritage Books, c1996), p. 100. Burnell list as his source: List of Loyalist Officers from the H. T.Hazen Collection at the New Brunswick Museum Archives Department in St.John, N.B., Canada (Box 10, F6A). The original is from a small book (71/2 x 9) inches written in pen (paper very brittle), work compiled byGeorge H. Hayward, CG, (C). Lists made before Oct. 1783, probably between May/Oct. 1783. 3) Source: Charlotte County Land Grants 1785-1831. Microfilm Reel #L-80,Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B. Original grantee, William Jackson; Title of Grant, Captn. N. Marks;Parish, St. Stephen; Date of Grant, 16 Sept. 1784; 200 acres; Quit Rent,L2 per 100 acres. Original grantee, William Jackson; Title of Grant, Thos. McLaughlin Jr.;Parish, St. David; Date of Grant, 1 Nov. 1810; Lots 5 & 6, Block S,containing total of 180 acres; Quit Rent, L2 sterling per 100 acres. Original grantee, William Jackson; Title of Grant, Peter Christie &Others; Parish, St. Stephen; Date of Grant, 6 March 1815; Lot #116 in 1stDivision, and Lot #50 in 3rd Division, containing total of 162 acres;Quit Rent, L2 sterling per 100 acres. 4) Notes: I have copies of several other petitions for land grants,various dates, which mention our William Jackson in Charlotte County. 5) I also have photocopies of two other land petitions concerning adifferent William Jackson who settled on the upper Saint John River nearWoodstock (the original petitions are at N.B. Provincial Archives,Fredericton): a) 'York 146. Benjn. P. Griffith and [23] others' March 29, 1786. 'Wewhos names are here unto subscribed do certify that we have not thesmallest objection to Captain Smiths having a grant of an island by thename of Madunnehick Island lying in our settlement between No. 6 & 7.'Memo on outside of document: 'Capt. Smith. respecting Maductic Island. In Council 14thJuly 1786. To be registered for Maductic Island by the consint of thesettlers in the vicinity.' One of the signatures is that of a WilliamJackson; it is in a different handwriting than the signature of ourWilliam Jackson of Charlotte County. b) '62. Joseph Cunliffe and [nine] others' Parish of Woodstock, Countyof York, Province of New Bew Brunswick, dated April 2nd 1800. 'Some of ushas been upwards of ten years on our respective lands, and (as yet) hasnot been able to obtain a grant for the same ...' William Jackson isasking for lot #43. ============================================
Birth*: 1763, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 1790, Principal=Mary Jones Dyer
Burial*: 1826, St. Stephen, Charlotte. New Brunswick
Death*: 28 March 1826, St. Stephen, Charlotte. New Brunswick

Family:

Mary Jones Dyer b. circa 1766, d. circa 1856

Children:

Sarah Jackson+ b. 25 Nov 1792, d. 9 Apr 1875
Hannah Jackson+ b. 5 Aug 1795, d. UNKNOWN
Jones Dyer Jackson+ b. 25 Oct 1797, d. 6 Jun 1874
Elizabeth Jackson+ b. 20 May 1800, d. 5 Feb 1887
Absolam Jackson+ b. 1802, d. 1848
Keziah Jackson+ b. 1804, d. a 1860
Barbara Jackson+ b. 1806, d. UNKNOWN

William Jackson
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: circa 1884

Parents:

Father: Charles Franklin Jackson b. circa 1863, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Annie Holbin b. circa 1863, d. UNKNOWN

William (Will) A. Jackson
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Birth*: 19 November 1867
Death*: 28 April 1932

Parents:

Father: Alfred Augustus Jackson b. 8 August 1831, d. 31 August 1913
Mother: Anna Elizabeth Dyer b. 23 November 1836, d. November 1867

William Henry Jackson III
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Note*: He was born and raised on the Bowery. He and Josie went to Boston andestablished a coal and wood business at 15 Hanneman Street, Roxbury. Hisbrothers Amaziah and George and cousin Isiah Dean worked for him. Inabout 1913 he sold the business and moved to San Pedro, Calif. andinvested in real estate. They are both buried there in a grand mausoleum.He willed his property to two grandchildren, Lorrice Jr. and Lillian.[JWP]
Birth*: circa 1859
Death*: 1938

Parents:

Father: William Jackson II b. 17 August 1833, d. 8 October 1911
Mother: Adelaide Angus Hanson b. 1 April 1834, d. 22 December 1915

Family:

Josephine Fulton b. 1866, d. 1939

Children:

Bertie Jackson b. c 1890, d. UNKNOWN
Lorrice Jackson b. c 1892, d. c 1917

William Jackson II
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Birth*: 17 August 1833, Mayfield, Charlotte, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 14 September 1854, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Principal=Adelaide Angus Hanson
Death*: 8 October 1911

Parents:

Father: Jones Dyer Jackson b. 25 October 1797, d. 6 June 1874
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Hanson b. 22 February 1815, d. 1895

Family:

Adelaide Angus Hanson b. 1 April 1834, d. 22 December 1915

Children:

George Jackson b. c Jul 1855, d. 7 Dec 1859
Amaziah Jackson b. c 1857
William Henry Jackson III+ b. c 1859, d. 1938
George Leonard Jackson+ b. 12 May 1860, d. 15 Sep 1941
Charles Franklin Jackson+ b. c 1863, d. UNKNOWN
James Madison Jackson b. c 1870, d. UNKNOWN
Jones Dyer Jackson+ b. 3 May 1877, d. 15 Apr 1926
Adelaide Jackson b. c 1880, d. 31 Jan 1899

William Paul Jackson Sr.
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Birth*: 14 November 1912, Shilo Community, Lamar County, Alabama, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 19 January 1936, Principal=Evelyn Mabel Goggans
Death*: 8 September 1996, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Daniel Jackson b. 26 February 1891
Mother: Martha Frances Woods b. 17 October 1872, d. 18 October 1947

Family:

Evelyn Mabel Goggans b. 11 September 1912, d. 29 March 1982

Bruce Jacob
Family:

Children:

Nina Jacob+ b. 1886, d. c 1944

Nina Jacob
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Marriage*: Principal=Charles Augustus Hall
Birth*: 1886
Death*: circa 1944

Parents:

Father: Bruce Jacob

Family:

Charles Augustus Hall

Children:

Eric King-Hall+ b. 1889, d. 11 Sep 1976

Amos S Jacobs
Death*: UNKNOWN

Caroline D. Jacobs
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Birth*: 1 September 1827, Rhode Island
Death*: 29 April 1841

Parents:

Father: James Jacobs d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Caroline F. Dyer b. 22 September 1807, d. 11 March 1834

James Jacobs
Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: of Providence, Rhode Island
Note*: by Rev. Mr. Wilson, all of and at Providence., Principal=Caroline F. Dyer
Marriage*: 25 January 1826, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, Principal=Caroline F. Dyer

Family:

Caroline F. Dyer b. 22 September 1807, d. 11 March 1834

Children:

Caroline D. Jacobs b. 1 Sep 1827, d. 29 Apr 1841
Julia E. Jacobs b. 23 Aug 1829, d. UNKNOWN

Julia E. Jacobs
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 23 August 1829, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: James Jacobs d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Caroline F. Dyer b. 22 September 1807, d. 11 March 1834

Mary Ella Jacobs
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Charles Ogden d. Deceased

Children:

Arthur Charles Ogden+ b. 20 Dec 1884, d. 16 Mar 1956

Katy Marie Jacobsen
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Frank Edell Smith d. Deceased

Children:

Joseph Rudolph Smith+ b. 21 Mar 1882, d. 28 Jul 1958

Robert Jacobsen
Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 1699, Roterdam, Holland

Robert Jacobsen
Birth*: Rotterdam, Holland
Marriage*: 1699, Principal=Annetje Hage

Family:

Annetje Hage b. 1683

Charles Jacobson
Family:

Augusta Lehman

Ingeborg Jacobson
Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 1873, Near Flekkefjord, Norway
Marriage*: 1894, Effingham, Kansas, U.S.A., Principal=John Severin Larson

Family:

John Severin Larson b. 1874, d. Deceased

Children:

Ida Sophie Larson+ b. 21 Jul 1897, d. Deceased

Sarah Jagger
Marriage*: after 1697, Principal=Joseph Ketchum

Family:

Joseph Ketchum b. 1648, d. June 1730

Henry Jaggers
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Name-Com: Harry Jaggers
Birth*: 1 November 1908, Barking, England
Christening: 2 December 1908, Barking, England

Parents:

Father: Henry Venerables Jaggers b. circa 1885
Mother: Lillian Mabel Turner b. circa 1886

Henry Venerables Jaggers
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Name Variation: Henry Venables Jaggers
Birth*: circa 1885, County Cork, Ireland
Marriage*: 13 December 1905, Barking, England, Principal=Lillian Mabel Turner

Parents:

Father: William Jaggers b. 5 April 1852
Mother: Mary Anne Netherwood b. 1859

Family:

Lillian Mabel Turner b. circa 1886

Children:

William Thomas Jaggers+ b. 12 Sep 1906, d. c 1980
Henry Jaggers b. 1 Nov 1908

William Jaggers
Marriage*: Principal=Mary Anne Netherwood
Birth*: 5 April 1852

Family:

Mary Anne Netherwood b. 1859

Children:

Henry Venerables Jaggers+ b. c 1885

William Thomas Jaggers
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Note*: Individual's notes: The following info was returned at a search of Dominion Land Grants a the Canadian Archive site (www.archives.ca) 4 LS 12 2 52 5 W3 Section Township Range Meridian Reference: Liber: 1026 Folio: 202 File reel number: C-6763 Names: William ThomasJaggers Source: Source 1. Source page: Page 149-150 Walter(sic, should be William) Thomas Jaggers My father, Henry Venerables Jaggers was born in Cork, South Ireland. Mymother, Lillian Turner, was born in Banbury, Oxfordshire. I, Bill and my brothers Harry, Sidney, and Emest were born in Barking, England. My sisters, Mavis and Dora, were born on the homestead eleven miles north of Canwood. Dad served in the First World War. His regiment was slaughtered but he was able to escape by crossing the Rhine River into Holland. He was listed as missing for three years. I had to quit school as Mother, Harry and I had to find work to support the family. There were no government allowances then. When peace was declared dad returned home. In March 1919 we sold everything we had in England and sailed for Canada. As immigrants we had to work for awhile to get some farming experience. We went to the Hiram Walker in Windsor, Ontario. I drove my first horse there - a big old Clyde horse pulling a manure cart. After a few months Dad decided he would like a place of his own, so the family bundled up and set across country by train. Our destination was Courtenay. However, we never made Courtenay. My dad met Percy Goulding a tRegina Station, who changed the course of our lives. He persuaded my dad he should go to 'God's Country' the vast tracts of land Northwest of Prince Albert in Saskatchewan, near Canwood. I'll never forget that journey. It was March, 1920. We had a dray teamdriven by Johnny Reid, pulling a sleigh. We went over frozen ground, over stumps, swamp land and eventually arrived at the homestead S.E. and S.W.quarters 1-52-5-W3. All we had was a tent. We drove the tent pegs into the frozen ground. We had no stove or cooking equipment. We just had to make do. Mother - she was so proud, so courageous - cried all night. In the morning a crowd of people broke from the bush, they had axes, shovels and hot food. In one day they cut the logs and put up a house for us. They even brought a stove. How thankful we were. When spring came, it really was God's country. In every pot hole, every lake, there were fish. Round every tree there was game. Our family farmed for thirteen years. We had many good times as well as bad. The depression saw prices for cattle drop to two cents a pound, pigs couldn't be given away and horses were going for thirty dollars. As a young boy, I was a good amateur boxer. I fought under the name of Paddy Ryan. I fought in many places in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. My young brothers and sister used to ride horseback, sleigh and buggy to the Nestle down School. There was one real good friend who used to come quite often. We would find him sleeping in the barn when we went to do the chores. Mother used to make him take a bath in an old wash tub. She would let him wear dad's clothes while she washed his. He was known as Rabbit Foot Bill. I followed our family to Duncan in 1934 and settled on Lake Cowichan Road. Dad and I both served in the Second World War. Dad developed cancer so he came home and he passed away in 1940. I was wounded in 1942 and spent one and a half years in hospital. I was discharged in 1946 from the army. I went back to work in lumber mills in Duncan, bought twenty-five acres of raw timber land, sold timber, farmed until my retirement when I made a career in Dahlia flowers. In 1936, I married Margery, a Duncan girl. We have two sons Michael and Andrew and two daughters Elizabeth and Susan. My brother Harry married Ann Dunning and they have three children. Sidney married Gwen Ralston. They have one daughter. Sidney's wife died in 1976. Ernest is married and has three children. Mavis, my sister, married an air force pilot and had two children. She passed away in Calgary in May,1975. My other sister, Dora, has five children all living around Victoria.
Birth*: 12 September 1906, Barking, England
Christening: 3 October 1906, Barking, England
Immigration*: March 1919, Canada
Death*: circa 1980, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Death: after 1985

Parents:

Father: Henry Venerables Jaggers b. circa 1885
Mother: Lillian Mabel Turner b. circa 1886

Scott Jamar
Death*:
Birth*:
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: 25 November 1914, Pullman, Whitman Co, Washington, Principal=Winnie B Wenham

Family:

Winnie B Wenham b. 21 February 1888, d. 29 December 1970

Anna James
Marriage*: 31 March 1857, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, Principal=James W. Link

Family:

James W. Link b. 1833

Elizabeth James
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Amos Cardwell d. Deceased

Children:

Edna Elizabeth Cardwell+ b. 28 Nov 1892, d. Deceased

Ida James
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Christopher Columbus Rinebarger d. Deceased

Jr. Woodside James
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Marriage*: Principal=Sarah Murchland
Birth*: 1767
Death*: 1857

Parents:

Father: James D. Woodside b. 29 August 1736, d. 29 May 1824
Mother: Ann Love b. 1740, d. 1829

Family:

Sarah Murchland b. 17 April 1778, d. 7 November 1845

Children:

Robert Woodside
Ann Woodside
John Woodside
Elizabeth Woodside
Margaret Woodside
James Woodside
Andrew Woodside
Archibald Woodside
Sarah Woodside
Ellen Woodside
Benjamin Woodside

Lloyd Robert James
Birth*: 4 July 1921
Death*: 8 December 1982

Lucy Wortham James
Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: dau. of Thomas & Octavia (Bowles) James of St. James, Mo.
Birth*: 13 September 1880, St, James, Mo
Marriage*: 1912, Principal=Huntington Wilson

Family:

Huntington Wilson b. 15 December 1875, d. 31 December 1946

Martha James
Death*: UNKNOWN
Marriage*: 26 December 1853, Calais, Washington County, Maine, Principal=Ezra Scott

Family:

Ezra Scott d. UNKNOWN

Mary Ann James
Death*: UNKNOWN

Sr. Adams James
Note*: James Sr. emigrated from Scotland prior to 1792. By 1798 he and Catherine were residing in Lot 24, very likely at Rustico. The Adams family later moved to Malpeque, Lot 18 before finally settling in Lot 11.
Birth*: Scotland
Marriage*: Principal=Catherine Cole

Family:

Catherine Cole

Children:

Isobella D. Adams+

Velma James
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: Principal=Frank Walker

Family:

Frank Walker d. Deceased

Albert Douglas Jameson
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for David Walker

Birth*: 18 August 1901, Walhalla, Pembina County, North Dakota
Birth: 18 August 1901, Walhalla, North Dakota, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 3 February 1921, Walhalla, Pembina County, North Dakota, Principal=Ruby Schurman
Divorce*: after 3 February 1921, Principal=Ruby Schurman

Parents:

Father: James Jameson d. Deceased

Family:

Ruby Schurman b. 1 September 1902

James Jameson
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Children:

Albert Douglas Jameson+ b. 18 Aug 1901


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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