Some Jacksons in Overton & Clay Counties, Tennessee

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This chart is posted in hopes of finding David Jackson's parents and/or a living male descendant willing to participate in DNA testing for genealogy purposes.

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  • ID: I1
  • Name: David Jackson
  • Surname: Jackson
  • Given Name: David
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1 Aug 1793 in North Carolina 1
  • Death: 4 Oct 1848 in Overton Co., Tennessee 1
  • _UID: A05B3630AB983143A32197E9509A9DFADDE2
  • Note:
    This Chart of David Jackson and his wife Jane is based on the Bible Records found at USGENWEB Johnson County: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnoverto/bible/Jackson.html .

    David's birth location of North Carolina is taken from the 1900 census record of his son John M. Jackson.

    There is a John Jackson found in "History of the Carlock Family" at ancestry.com some church records pertaining to Carlock's in Overton Co. Mention is made that John Jackson was church clerk in 1826. Assumption is made that he must have been at least 21 years old; therefore, was born 1805 or earlier. So David was not the only Jackson in the area at the time. This John, Clerk of the Church, could possibly be a brother of David. The church was Cave Spring Church, Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Tennessee.

    Several of David and Jane's children have the middle initial of C. which could possibly be for Copeland as there is a land grant connection between these families. In this family line are several middle names of Sutton. I've not yet (Mar 2007) found a connection to a Sutton family.

    There is a land grant #5602 from State of Tennessee to John S. Copeland and David Jackson. Would be interesting to find this.

    The following was posted to the Jackson-Clay-Overton-co-tn-msg boards 2 Jul 2000 by Reda Bilbrey, Overton County Archivist.

    "This was found in the County Archives in an old book.
    Document Page 186 October Regular Term 1850

    John BILBREY Admi'n _ _ vs John JACKSON & others Petition to sell land

    State of Tennessee
    To the Honorable W. B. CAMPBELL Judge of the 4th Judicial Circuit Setting at Livingston in said state.

    The petition of John BILBREY Administrator of the Estate of said David JACKSON deceased, (John) and Winnie BILBREY his wife, Buckner H. T. LEDBETTER and Susannah his wife, Doleson? JACKSON and Josiah JACKSON, Jane JACKSON against Sarah JACKSON, John JACKSON, Thomas C. JACKSON your Petitioner states that David JACKSON departed this life in Overton County about the 4th of October 1848 having no will and Petitioner John BILBREY was afterward duly appointed his administrator they further state that Winnie BILBREY wife of Petitioner John BILBREY, Suannah wife of B. H. T. LEDBETTER, DOLLESON JACKSON and JOSIAH JACKSON together with the defendants are the only children and heirs at Law of said David JACKSON deceased and that Jane JACKSON is his widow.

    Petitioners would further show to your Honor that the defendants are all minors under the age of 21 years and have no regular guardian. Petitioners would respectfully show unto your honor that the Administrator has exhausted the personal estate of same David JACKSON in the paymentt of just debts leaving just debts against estate unpaid and that he will (was?) seized and possessed of about twenty five acres of land and part of Grant NO. 5602 from the State of Tennessee to John S. COPELAND and David JACKSON here filed marked exhibit (D). Petitioner States that John JACKSON has a debt against his intestate estate of about $17.00; Jess ELDRIDGE and of about $20.00; Armstrong CULLOM & Keeton has a small debt against H. M COLQUETT, B. C. SEWELL each have small debts and then are _____ other very small debts which are very just debts and remain unproved. Petitioners have joined with the Administrator in the Petition that the proceedings may be less expense the premises considered may it please your honor to grant that this parties named as such in the proceedings part of this Petition be made defendants that Guardian Adlitum be appointed forth defendants and that such Guardian file his answer

    (Document Page 187 October Regular Term 1850)
    On a oath and that the land be decreed to be sold for the payment of debts upon a final hearing. And they pray for such other and further relief as to the court may seem equitable and as in duly borned they will ever pray.

    Gardenhire Attorney for Petitioners
    1
  • Change Date: 30 Jan 2010 at 21:29:18



    Marriage 1 Jane Unknown b: 19 Feb 1801 in North Carolina
    • Married: 13 Sep 1818 in Overton Co., Tennessee 1
    Children
    1. Has Children Winney Jackson b: 19 Jan 1820 in Overton Co., Tennessee
    2. Has Children Susannah C. Jackson b: 8 Jun 1822 in Overton Co., Tennessee
    3. Has Children Andrew Dolenson Jackson b: 18 Feb 1824 in Overton Co., Tennessee
    4. Has Children Josiah C. Jackson b: 5 Oct 1825 in Overton Co., Tennessee
    5. Has Children John Martin Jackson b: 25 Feb 1830 in Overton Co., Tennessee
    6. Has Children Sarah Sutton Jackson b: 6 Mar 1833 in Overton Co., Tennessee
    7. Has Children Thomas H. Jackson b: 7 Sep 1835 in Overton Co., Tennessee

    Sources:
    1. Title: Bible Records of David and Jane ___ Jackson, Overton County, TN
      Publication: USGENWEB Johnson County: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnoverto/bible/Jackson.html

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    This chart is based on the Bible records of David Jackson and is expanded by census records and compiled rootsweb charts.

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