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  • ID: I331
  • Name: Claude Stewart JACKSON
  • Given Name: Claude Stewart
  • Surname: Jackson 1 2
  • Name: Pat
  • Given Name: Pat
  • Surname:
  • Name: Claude Stewart JACKSON
  • Given Name: Claude Stewart
  • Surname: Jackson 3
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 30 Jan 1892 in Oakbank, Chiselhurst, Kent 4
  • Death: 9 Oct 1917 in Near Ypres, Belgium 5
  • Burial: Tyne Cot Memorial Zonnebeke, West-Vlaandereen, Belgium
  • Reference Number: 05021
  • Census: 31 Mar 1901 Chislehurst, Kent, England; Quality: 3 6 3
  • Event: Record Change 8 Jul 2005 3
  • Event: Alt. Birth 30 Jan 1892 Chislehurst, Kent, England; 3 7 3
  • Event: Alt. Death 9 Oct 1917 Belgium; 3 8 9 3
  • _UID: 3183A21E2A09496BB6AB8E511FF007E7989E
  • Change Date: 1 Jul 2016 at 07:18



    Father: Thomas JACKSON b: 4 Jun 1841 in Aughavilla, Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim c: in First Newtownhamilton Church
    Mother: Amelia Lydia DARE b: 2 Feb 1851 in Singapore

    Marriage 1 Laura Emily PEARSON b: Abt 1895 in Caulfield, Victoria, Australia
    • Married: 5 May 1916 in Brompton Parish Church, London 10 11
    • Event: Alt. Marriage 6 May 1916 in Brompton, London, England; Quality: 3 12 13
    • Change Date: 22 Mar 2016

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Gitte Priscilla Collins JACKSON's research
      Title: Gitte Priscilla Collins JACKSON's research
      Note:
      Source Medium: Book
    2. Abbrev: Notes
      Title: Notes
      Quality: 3
      Text: SOURCE: Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
      Captain 3rd. Bn. Coldstream Guards Son of Sir Thomas Jackso n, 1stBart., and Lady Jackson, of 8 Sussex Square; London , W.2.
      Tyne Cot Memorial Zonnebeke, West Vlaanderen, Belgium, panl e 9-10: "Inmemory of Claude Stewart Jackson Captain 3rd Bn . Coldstream Guards whodied on Tuesday 9 October 1917. Ag e 25" Son of Sir Thomas Jackson, 1stBart., and Lady Jackso n of 8, Sussex Square; London, W2.
      Went out to France on the First Expeditionary Force on 12t h August1914 and was killed in action near Ypres (note on b ack of photo atGilford Castle).

      Times Marriage Notice - 29 May 1916; pg 1
      JACKSON : PEARSON. - On the 6th May, 1916, at the Brompto n ParishChurch, by Rev. A. W. Gough, CLAUDE STEWART JACKSON , son of the lateSir Thomas Jackson and Lady Jackson, Stans ted House, Essex, to LAURAEMILY PEARSON, daughter of the Ho n. Wm. and Mrs. Pearson, KilmanyPark, Victoria, Australia.

      Times Death Notice - 16 Oct 1917; pg 1
      KILLED IN ACTION
      JACKSON. - Killed in action, on the 9th Oct., CAPTAIN C. S . JACKSON,Coldstream Guards, youngest son of the late Sir T homas Jackson and ofLady Jackson, Stansted House, Essex, an d husband of L. E. Jackson.
      [Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW]

      He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, Wes t Flanders,
      Belgium.

      Apparently, one leg was shorter than the other as a resul t of an injury .
    3. Abbrev: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
      Title: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
      Note:
      Source Medium: Other
      Quality: 3
      Text: Date of Import: 30 Aug 2005
    4. Abbrev: Times Birth Notice 2 Feb 1892
      Title: Times Birth Notice 2 Feb 1892
      Page: 1
      Quality: 3
      Text: On the 30th Jan., at Oakbank, Chislehurst, the wife of T. J ACKSON, ofa son.
    5. Abbrev: Times Obituary 16 October 1917
      Title: Times Obituary 16 October 1917
      Quality: 3
      Text: FALLEN OFFICERS
      CAPTAIN C. S. JACKSON, Coldstream Guards, killed on Octobe r 9, aged25, was the youngest son of the late Sir Thomas Ja ckson and of LadyJackson, of Stansted House, Essex. He wa s educated at Harrow andSandhurst, and joined the Coldstrea m Guards in February, 1912. He wentto France with the Firs t Expeditionary Force, and was in the retreatfrom Mons an d the battles of Marne and Aisne, and was severely woundedi n the head in September, 1914. He was mentioned in dispatch es.
    6. Abbrev: The 1901 Census for England and Wales
      Title: The 1901 Census for England and Wales
      Author: Public Record Office
      Publication: Name: Available on-line at: ;
      Page: Digital image. PRO reference: RG 13, Piece 693, Folio 20, p ages 31 & 32
      Quality: 3
    7. Abbrev: The Times
      Title: The Times
      Publication: Name: London, England;
      Note:
      Birth notice
      Page: 2 February 1892
      Quality: 3
    8. Abbrev: Debt of Honour Register
      Title: Debt of Honour Register
      Author: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
      Publication: Name: Available on-line at ;
    9. Abbrev: The Times
      Title: The Times
      Publication: Name: London, England;
      Note:
      Death notice
      Page: 16 October 1917
      Quality: 3
    10. Abbrev: Times Forthcoming Marriage Announcement 27 April 1916
      Title: Times Forthcoming Marriage Announcement 27 April 1916
      Page: 9
      Text: CAPTAIN C. S. JACKSON AND MISS PEARSON.
      The marriage arranged between Captain Claude Stewart Jackso n,Coldstream Guards, youngest son of the late Sir Thomas Ja ckson, Bt.,and Lady Jackson, of Stansted House Essex, and L aura Emily, seconddaughter of the Hon. William Pearson an d Mrs. Pearson, of Victoria,Australia, will take place, ver y quietly, at the Brompton parishchurch on Saturday, May 6 , at 10.30 o'clock. There will be noreception, but all frie nds will be welcome at the church.
    11. Abbrev: Times Marriage Notice 8 May 1916
      Title: Times Marriage Notice 8 May 1916
      Page: 11
      Text: CAPTAIN C. S. JACKSON AND MISS PEARSON.
      The marriage took place quietly on Saturday, at Brompton Pa rishChurch, of Captain Claude Stewart Jackson, Coldstream G uards, youngestson of the late Sir Thomas Jackson and Lad y Jackson, of StanstedHouse, Essex, to Miss Laura Emily Pea rson, second daughter of the Hon.William Pearson and Mrs. P earson, of Victoria, Australia.
      The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a white c lothcostume and a white hat. She was attended by Miss Hele n Pearson, hersister, who wore a gown of blue satin voile a nd a champagne picturehat trimmed with a large blue rose. B rigadier-General Sir T. D.Jackson, D.S.O., brother of the b ridegroom, was best man.
    12. Abbrev: The Times
      Title: The Times
      Publication: Name: London, England;
      Note:
      Marriage notice
      Page: 8 May 1916
    13. Abbrev: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
      Title: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
      Note:
      Source Medium: Other
      Text: Date of Import: 30 Aug 2005
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