James Jackson

Born:May 7 1825 In:  Tadlow, Cambridgeshire, England
Died:Sep 3 1911 (at age 86)In:  Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Immediate family

Mary Jackson (born Hutton)
His wife
George Henry Jackson
His son
Julia Ann Marsh (born Jackson)
His daughter
Samuel 'Sam' Jackson
His son
Rebecca Warboys (born Jackson)
His daughter
John Jackson
His son
Mary Ann Shaw (born Jackson)
His daughter
Elizabeth HALL (born Jackson)
His daughter
Jane Bartley Jackson
His daughter
Elizabeth 'Eliza' Bartley (born Jackson)
His daughter
James Jackson
His son
Emily 'Emma' Foster (born Jackson)
His daughter
James Jackson
His father
Mary Jackson (born Sindall)
His mother
William Jackson
His brother
Mary Jackson
His sister
John Jackson
His brother
Charles Jackson
His brother
David Jackson
His brother
Thomas Jackson
His brother
Rebecca Worboys (born Jackson)
His sister
Elizabeth Jackson
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Work

Shopkeeper
1883
 Queensland, Australia
Ag Labourer
Ag Labourer

Contact information

Layston, Hertford, England

Biography

Birth Ref:-1825/

Marriage Ref:-1845/

Death Ref:-1911/14609

30th March 1851 England Census Tadlow Gate, Agricultural Labourer

Arrived in Queensland on 28 July 1852 on board the "Argyle"

James and his family are said to have lived at Nundah first, then moved on to Toowoomba after a stay at Bremer River/Town Marie near Ipswich. By 1880 they had arrived in South Brisbane area where most of the younger children remained. Son George (a sawyer) went to Tinana and his son George became the baker at Torquay. Some of the older children married in Warwick and Toowoomba before coming to Brisbane. James and family were accompanied on the "Argyle" by his two unmarried brothers, Charles born c1831 and John born c1830.

Australian Electoral Roll 1903, Ref:-92, District of Moreton, Subdistrict of Nudgee, Cribb Island, Farmer

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