Hi Everyone! I’m still looking for any help with The Jackson’s that were from Fayette County Alabama. I’m at a stand still can’t find any information on Jesse Freeman’s Jackson’s parents or if he had siblings. I find in the 1850 census that he was in Fayette county Alabama and living with William Jefferies and it said he was born in Georgia. I don’t know if he was related to him or not. He was born in 1825 died 1904 buried in Berry, Alabama. I grandfather was born in Berry Alabama his name is John Bias Jackson. He moved along with his wife Mary Etta Hamner Jackson and several children to Texas some of his siblings moved as well and some stayed in that area. This photo is my Great Grandfather John Bias Jackson who lived in Benjamin,TX
Josiah (Joseph) Turner Jackson (Jr.) (known as Turner Jackson) born 1854 in Choctaw County, Alabama. Married Sally (Sarah, Sallie) K Keener (1857-1903) on 15 Dec 1875 in Choctaw County, Alabama. The family story is he went West to Texas with Mr. Smith planning to drive sheep to the Chisholm Trail. He is said to have died in Texas on 03 Mar 1883 during an epidemic. He is my (Marcia Jackson Moore) Great-grandfather.
The picture is of Grandpa Sammy “ Samuel Colby Jackson” born 1847 in Georgia like his father and grandfather—William R Jackson b 1806, Daniel Jackson b 1782. Daryl
Hello my name is Kathy and I’m the great great granddaughter of Jesse Freeman Jackson. He was born in Oglethorpe county, Georgia in 1825 and died in Berry, Alabama in 1904. My great grandfather was John Bias Jackson born in 1860 in Alabama and died in Benjamin,Texas in 1941. He is one of I believe 13 siblings. I can’t find any information on Jesse Freeman Jackson it stops with him. I know he was in maybe 2 census for 1850 on in Georgia and one in Alabama. One a 1880 census with him it states that his father was born in Virginia and Mother in Georgia. But that’s all the information I have. I went to Barry Alabama and Fayette county but there genealogical party was being remodeled. So went to court house to look at death records and marriage certificate. But the didn’t record thing during that year. I have a few photos of my grandpa Jesse Fenton Jackson. He was red headed so are his children and others of his siblings. This cemetery is in Barry Alabama and my Great Great Grandfather headstone is the first one you see. A church called Pleasant Hill is where this cemetery is located.
Hello my Y results put me in halpogroup I-M253. Im not sure what this means or know anyone within the same group. Can anyone help me with this. Also the picture is of my G,G,G Grandfather T.A. Jackson with wife Martha and kids.
My Jackson Bloodline and my DNA has proven a Royal Decent
This is Kelsie Joshua and picture of DNA relative Wayne Vaughn Jackson Family relatives. Want to hear from family in Jackson Township from Pike, Ohio who migrated as “ Mulatto’s “ from Virginia in abt 1840’s.
I don't know, do you see a resemblance? The one on the left is Henry Clay Jackson (1829-1892) and the one on the right is my dad. The Jackson photo is a Civil War pic.
A new Y-DNA match showed up and this photo was attached to a search on Ancestry.
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My mother's maternal grandfather, Henry Bascum Jackson (20 May 1890 - 26 June 1943), husband of Mary Eva (Sims) Jackson.
Mary Eva (Sims) Jackson (27 November 1892 - 8 February 1942), my matrilinear great grandmother.
My grandfather, Kadell Jackson, as a young man in South Carolina, circa 1939?
My grandfather, Kadell Jackson, as a baby, circa 1919. He was born and raised in Chesterfield County, SC, and died in Charlotte, NC in 1987.
My great-grandfather William Alexander Jackson (front left), his wife Vernie Keziah Jackson (right), my grandfather, Kadell Jackson (only his eyes and hair showing behind the boy in front), and other friends and relatives in the cinder-block house that Will built in Jefferson, SC. Circa 1940s?