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Jackson, JudgeRef 141-144
[1???-1???] A ruthless judge who presided at Halifax Moot Hall. He had a pet weasel.

The court was popularly known as Jackson's Court for him

Jackson, AbrahamRef 141-5600
[17??-18??] He married Ann Cudworth.

Children:

  1. Betty [1802-1849] who married Reuben Haigh

Jackson, Adwen FrederickRef 141-4100
[18??-1???] A retired woollen merchant living at Aked's Road, Halifax [1874].

He married Emma.

Children:

  1. child
  2. child
  3. child

In Spring 1873, the couple separated by mutual agreement. Emma was to receive 25/- per week and was allowed to see the children at specified times.

In September 1874, he Hannah Dodgson (his domestic servant), and her sisters Mary Jane Taylor, and Alice Dodgson, of Warley were charged with having (on 22nd August 1874) severely assaulted Emma.

On 20th August 1873, when the children came to visit Emma, they were in a very dirty state, and she took them home and the couple parted amicably.

When she took the children home the following week, Emma entered by the back door and her husband used violent language and pulled her hair and struck her on the face. Hannah Dodgson swore at her and ordered Emma out of doors. The other 2 women set up Emma and tore her jewellery and her clothing, and forced her head through a window, trying to break her back.

Jackson was sent to prison for 6 months' with hard labour, Hannah Dodgson was sent to prison for 2 months' with hard labour, and the other 2 women were each fined £5 plus 12/6d

Jackson, AlbertRef 141-11
[1887-1919] Son of Mary & Fergus Jackson of 17 Wood Street, Horley Bank, Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with the 3rd Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

He died 19th February 1919 (aged 32).

He was buried at Christ Church, Todmorden [East Part].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, AlbertRef 141-47
[1891-1917] Son of Mr & Mrs S. Jackson of 7 Granville Street, Walsden.

He was Secretary of Bottoms Primitive Methodist Sunday School, Walsden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 14th Battalion Highland Light Infantry.

He died 20th January 1917 (aged 26).

He was buried at Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, France [Grave Ref II L 41].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, AllanRef 141-87
[1864-19??] Son of Edwin Jackson, weaver.

Born in Northowram.

He was a weaver of 10 Stoney Royd Terrace [1887] / a tobacconist & cloth weaver [1891] / a wholesale & retail tobacconist (own account) [1901] / a tobacconist (own account) [1911].

In 1887, he married Jane Wood [1866-19??] at All Saints' Church, Dudwell.


Jane, of Copley Hall, was born in Congleton, Cheshire, the daughter of Philip Wood, gardener
 

Children:

  1. Norman [b 1888] who was a half-timer / errand boy [1901]
  2. an engineer's mechanic turner [1911]
  3. Gladys L H [b 1890] who was a worsted warehouse [1911]
  4. Mary Alice [b 1892] who was a colourer (carpet) [1911]
  5. Frederick Broadley [b 1894] who was a worsted bailer packer [1911]
  6. Willie Jackson
  7. Clifford [b 1907]

The family lived at

  • 25 Whitegate Terrace, Southowram [1891]
  • 2 School Street, Halifax [1901]
  • 59 Woolshops, Halifax [1911]

Jackson, AlphaRef 141-39
[1892-1917] Son of Thomas Jackson.

Born in Wadsworth.

He was a member of Birchcliffe Baptist Sunday School, Hebden Bridge / a fustian cutter [1911] / employed by Edward Greenwood & Sons.

During World War I, he enlisted in Hebden Bridge [5th May 1915], and served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Royal Fusiliers.

He was wounded in the neck by shrapnel [1st July 1916].

He was killed in action [29th September 1917].

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref LII H 1], and on the Memorial at Birchcliffe Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge.

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [13th October 1917]

Jackson, Andrew A.Ref 141-298
[1888-1941] He was a British Legion Leader / Head of Burnley Road Council School, Mytholmroyd

Jackson, AnnettaRef 141-17
[1868-1933] Illegitimate daughter of Alice Jackson, father unknown.

Born in Littleborough.

Her mother was the daughter of Zachariah Jackson.

In 1870, Alice married Michael Uttley, landlord of the Rose & Crown, Castle Street, Todmorden.

Annetta also used the surname Uttley

Michael Uttley died 6th April 1922.

After his death Annetta ran the Rose & Crown until 1932.

Annetta died 21st October 1933.

Probate records show that she left effects valued at £439 1/11d.

Probate was granted to Leah Cockcroft (wife of James William Cockcroft), and half-brother Herbert Uttley.

Alice, Michael & Annetta were all buried at St James's Church, Calderbrook: Annetta [24th October 1933]

Jackson, ArnoldRef 141-269
[1890-1918] Son of Thomas Jackson.

During World War I, served as a Pioneer with the 68th Signal Company Royal Engineers.

He died 1st November 1918.

He is remembered on the family grave at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland [258].

He is remembered on the Memorial at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland

Jackson, ArthurRef 141-270
[1863-19??] Born in Knottingley. Landlord of the Royal Engineers, Brighouse [1901].

He married Eliza [1869-19??] from Newark

Jackson, ArthurRef 141-8
[1896-1917] Son of Robert Jackson.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 9th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He was killed in action [25th April 1917].

He is remembered on the Arras Memorial, France and on the family grave at Lumbutts United Methodist Free Chapel.

Jackson, Arthur CecilRef 141-71
[1896-1919] Son of Mary Hannah & Sidney Jackson of 69 Oxford Lane, Siddal.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with A Battery 69th Brigade Royal Field Artillery.

He died of pneumonia in Egypt on the journey from India [27th November 1919] (aged 23).

He was buried at Port Said War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt [Grave Ref P 2].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Halifax Building Society

Jackson, Arthur WilliamRef 141-56
[18??-19??] Son of Wilkinson Jackson.

He was a confectioner [1891, 1901, 1911].

In [Q2] 1901, he married Susan Bancroft in Halifax.


Susan was the daughter of James Bancroft
 

Children:

  1. Hilda

The family lived at 10 Milton Street, Halifax [1911]

Jackson, AsaRef 141-37
[18??-1919]

During World War I, he served as a Staff Sergeant with the Royal Army Service Corps.

He died 24th February 1919.

He married Annie Elizabeth.

They lived at 27 Shann Street, Bolton Woods, Bradford.

He was buried at Church of the Holy Trinity, Queensbury [I 2 South-west part]

Jackson, BenjaminRef 141-148
[18??-1???] Established Benjamin Jackson & Sons at Bradshaw Lane Brewery

Jackson, Benjamin WhiteheadRef 141-45
[1830-1912] Son of Joseph Jackson of Chester.

Born in Mirfield [16th December 1830].

Baptised at Mirfield Church [16th January 1831].

He was an architect / articled to Charles Child [1845] / partner in Jackson & Fox / an ecclesiastical surveyor for the diocese of Wakefield / a member of the Probity [No 61] Masonic Lodge / churchwarden at Halifax Parish Church [1867-1883] / a private in the Halifax Volunteers [1859] / a Major in the Halifax Volunteers [1883]

He designed and/or worked on the Alexandra Hall, Halifax, extensions to the Halifax Infirmary, Halifax Municipal Technical College, the Percival Whitley College of Further Education, and St George's Church, Ovenden.

In [Q2] 1857, he married (1) Mary Alice Arrowsmith [1832-1887] in Leigh, Lancashire.


Mary Alice was the daughter of Robert Arrowsmith of Astley, Lancashire
 

Mary Alice died in 1887.

In [Q2] 1889, he married (2) Rose Alexina Suter in Leeds.


Rose Alexina was the daughter of Alexander Suter
 

The family lived at

He died at Halifax [26th November 1912]

Jackson, BettyRef 141-344
[1840-1903] Daughter of Zachariah Jackson and sister of Martin.

She was a cotton weaver [1861] / landlady at the Bird-i-th-Hand, Warland [1900].

In 1865, after a 30-year courtship, she married Robert Fielden, landlord of the Bird-i-th-Hand, Warland.

After Robert's death, Betty too over at the Bird-i-th-Hand until her death in 1903.

Living with Betty at the Bird-i-th-Hand were her brother Martin and his family.

Betty was buried at St Peter's Church, Walsden

After Betty's death, Martin took over at the Bird-i-th-Hand

Jackson, CharlesRef 141-32
[1843-1904] Born in Hipperholme.

He was a dye house labourer [1888].

On 4th July 1863, he married (1) Mary Ann Whiteley [1844-1888] in Halifax.


Mary Ann was born in Elland
 

Children:

  1. Joseph Whiteley [1864-1943]
  2. Allan [1867-1972]
  3. Martha [1870-1871]
  4. Sarah [b 1872]
  5. George [b 1874]
  6. Hannah [b 1876]
  7. Emma [b 1880]
  8. Sophia [1885-1931] who married [1907] Richard Wood Barker [1883-1923]

Mary Ann died in 1888.

On 22nd September 1888, he married (2) Sarah Ann Clayton [1850-1924] at St Anne's Church, Southowram.


Sarah Ann was born in Southowram
 

Children:

  1. Willie Clayton
  2. Harold [1891-1981] who was a twiner piecer (cotton spinners) 

The family lived at

  • 23 Browning Avenue, Siddal, Halifax [1911]
  • 43 Whitegate Terrace, Siddal [1917]

Living with the widowed Sarah Ann [in 1911] were Willie Clayton and family

Jackson, ChristopherRef 141-15
[16??-16??] Minister at Sowerby [1665-1668]

Jackson, ChristopherRef 141-122
[17??-17??] BA.

Headmaster of Heath Grammar School [1730-1731]. He resigned in 1731

Jackson, Dr CyrilRef 141-54
[1717-1797] MP or MD.

Son of Rev Robert Jackson, Rector of Adel.

He was Lord of Shipley [?].

In 1753, he was nominated a Governor of Heath Grammar School, but declined the offer.

In 1762, he was a Trustee for implementing the Halifax Waterworks Act.

The family lived at

In January 1744, he married Judith Prescott.

Children:

  1. Cyril
  2. William

He was a subscriber to the publication of Watson's History

Jackson, Rev CyrilRef 141-105
[1746-1819] DD.

Or Cyrill.

Son of Dr Cyril Jackson.

He (possibly) attended Heath Grammar School. and Manchester Grammar School.

He was tutor to the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York. He was Dean of Christ Church, Oxford [1783-1809]. He went to live in Sussex. He died unmarried

Jackson, Rev D.Ref 141-237
[18??-19??] Minister at Bethesda Methodist New Connexion Chapel, Elland [1893]

Jackson, D.Ref 141-275
[19??-19??] Dairy farmer at Peat Pitts Farm, Barkisland

Jackson, DavidRef 141-212
[18??-19??] Of Bradshaw Lane Brewery.

He lived at Prospect Villas, Illingworth [1905]

Jackson, DavidRef 141-362
[1843-1919] Son of dyer Thomas Jackson.

Born in Middleton, Lancashire.

He was a draper [1873, 1881] / a wholesale line merchant [1901] / a manufacturer [1919].

On 10th June 1873, he married Charlotte Kershaw at St Martin's Church, Brighouse.


Charlotte was the daughter of
Lister Kershaw
 

Children:

  1. Bertha Annie [b 1876]
  2. Bernard Lister [1878-1904]

The family lived at Church Lane, Brighouse [1919].

Son Bernard was buried at Brighouse Cemetery

Jackson, David VictorRef 141-29
[1895-1918] Son of James Jackson.

Born in Luddenden.

He was educated at Sowerby Bridge & Halifax Tech / a member of United Methodist Chapel, Midgley, Choir & Young Men's Class / an under clerk for a tanner & curer [1911] / a clerk for Godfrey Rhodes & Evans.

He lived with his parents at 23 Thorney Lane, Midgley.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 9th Battalion (Glasgow Highland)  Highland Light Infantry.

He was wounded in September 1917, and hospitalised in a Newport hospital, and again in June 1918.

He sustained severe shell wounds from which he died [30th September 1918].

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [12th October 1918].

He was buried at Thilloy Road Cemetery, Beaulencourt, France [Grave Ref D 6].

He is remembered on Luddenden & Midgley War Memorial.

Jackson, ElizabethRef 141-160
[1???-18??] On 3rd December 1836, the Halifax Guardian reported that


On Saturday last Elizabeth Jackson, a nymph of the pave, was committed for one month as a vagrant, for being drunk and disorderly in a public street
 

Jackson, ElizabethRef 141-114
[1798-1840] Betty.

She married Nathan Whitley.

After her husband's death, she carried on the business at Whitley & Booth

Jackson, EnochRef 141-88
[1835-1914] Son of John Jackson.

Born in Stainland [11th October 1835].

He was a wool comber [1851] / a blacksmith [1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901].

In [Q2] 1857, he married Amelia Barrett [1836-1907] in Halifax.


Amelia was born in Stainland [27th September 1836]
 

Children:

  1. Thomas [b 1858] who was a piecer [1871], a blacksmith [1881]
  2. Sarah Hannah [1861-26th January 1938] who was a piecer [1871], a weaver [1881], a woollen weaver [1891, 1901], & was buried with her parents
  3. Benjamin [b 1864] who was a cotton twiner [1881]
  4. Lucy [10th August 1865-3rd April 1952] who was a woollen weaver [1891, 1901], & was buried with her parents
  5. Elizabeth [b 1868] who was a cotton weaver [1881]
  6. Mary Jane [b 1870] who was a cotton twiner piecener [1881], a woollen weaver [1891]
  7. Emma [b 1874] who was a woollen weaver [1891]
  8. John [b 1878] who was a woollen twister [1891], a stoker (mill) [1901]

The family lived at

  • Drury Lane, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1861]
  • Beestonley, Stainland [1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, 1907]

Amelia died 3rd May 1907 (aged 71).

Enoch died 11th July 1914 (aged 79).

Members of the family were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland

Jackson, Enoch SmithRef 141-282
[1828-1889] He was a well-known bellringer in Halifax

He was buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Location unknown]

Jackson, Eugene Alexander WatkinRef 141-48
[1891-1919] Known as Alexander.

Son of Harry Percy Jackson.

Born 18th June 1891.

During World War I, he served with 64th Remount Squadron Royal Army Service Corps.

He died at Catterick Military Camp, North Yorkshire [25th February 1919] (aged 28).

He was buried at Coley Church in the family grave [1 Y 29].

He is remembered on Coley War Memorial.

His brother John Theodore also died in the War

Jackson, Francis E.Ref 141-266
[1???-19??] Art photographer at 42-43 Commercial Street and 7 Corn Market, Halifax [1936]

Jackson, FrankRef 141-68
[1897-1917] Son of Harry Jackson.

He lived at

  • Leith, Scotland
  • Boothtown
  • West Vale

During World War I, he enlisted in Edinburgh, and served as a Private / signaller with the 9th Battalion Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment).

He was killed in action [23rd April 1917].

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [2nd June 1917].

He is remembered on the Arras Memorial, France [Grave Ref 1 & 2]

Jackson, FreemanRef 141-13
[1885-1918] Born in Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/4th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.

He died 11th April 1918.

He is remembered on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 2], in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Oddfellows' Hall, Todmorden

Jackson, GeorgeRef 141-9960
[18??-1???] Of Brighouse.

In [Q3] 1865, he married Hannah Oldfield [1841-1903] in Halifax.

George died before 1903.

Hannah was buried at St Martin's Church, Brighouse

Jackson, George ColinRef 141-69
[1921-1981] Barrister, lecturer and writer. Labour MP for Brighouse & Spenborough [1964-1970]. In 1970, he lost the seat to Conservative George Wilfred Proudfoot by a majority of 59 votes. Jackson won the seat back [1974-1979]

Jackson, GreenwoodRef 141-43
[1865-1928] Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a stock keeper in a fustian warehouse [1889].

On 20th April 1889, he married Mary Hannah Greenwood [1865-1912] in Halifax.


Mary Hannah was born in Hebden Bridge
 

Children:

  1. Wilbert
  2. Emma [b 1906]

The family lived at 35 High Street, Hebden Bridge, [1911]

Jackson, HarryRef 141-22
[1872-19??] Son of Samuel Jackson, cloth presser.

Born in Halifax.

He was a boiler maker of Boothtown [1893] / a welded boiler maker [1901].

He married Sarah Shackleton [1872-19??] at Halifax Parish Church.


Sarah, of Boothtown Road, was the daughter of
John Shackleton
 

Children:

  1. Frank

The family lived at

  • 3 West View Yard, Akroydon, Halifax [1901]
  • 260 Bonnington Road, Leith

Jackson, Harry PercyRef 141-J8
[1867-1931] Wood carver born in Brighouse.

Much of his work – and that of his son, Harry Percy – can be found in local churches.

See Albert Baldwin and Jackson of Coley

Jackson, Harry PercyRef 141-55
[1896-1979] Son of Harry Percy Jackson Snr.

He followed his father into the family wood-carving business at Coley.

He was a keen photographer.

In 1922, he emigrated to America, returning 3 years later when his father became ill. In America, he travelled widely and had various jobs, including work as a film extra on Sea Hawk and The life of Abraham Lincoln.

In 1926, he travelled to Canada, returning in 1928 when his father was again ill. He then carried on working in the family wood-carving business. He and his father did much work in the district and in other parts of the country.

In 1929, he married Florence Lillian Stevenson.

See Jackson of Coley

Jackson, HenryRef 141-223
[1793-1841] Second master at Heptonstall Grammar School [1845]

On 6th June 1820, he married Grace Charnock.


Grace was the daughter of Rev Joseph Charnock
 

He was buried at Heptonstall [12th June 1841].

On 21st November 1848, Grace married (2) William Roper of Halifax

Jackson, HenryRef 141-78
[1858-1???] Illegitimate son of Mary Hannah Jackson of Hipperholme.

Baptised at St John the Baptist, Coley [30th January 1858]

Jackson, HenryRef 141-3040
[1864-19??] He was landlord of the Royal Oak, Sowerby Bridge [1908-1915].

In [Q3] 1899, he married Eliza Jane Broadbent [1874-19??].


Eliza Jane came from Norland
 

Jackson, HenryRef 141-20
[1898-1917] Son of Rosa Kate & Wright Jackson of 2 Railway View, Walsden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 10th Battalion Royal Fusiliers.

He died 4th October 1917 (aged 19).

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 28-30, 162-162A & 163A], and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, HerbertRef 141-38
[1882-19??] Son of Crossley Jackson, farmer.

He was a cotton weaver of Stovey Lane, Charlestown, Hebden Bridge [1909].

On 20th July 1909, he married Edith Alice Egerton [1881-19??] at York Street Wesleyan Methodist Church, Todmorden


Edith Alice, of 28 Garden Street, Todmorden, was the daughter of Joseph Egerton, tailor
 

Jackson, HerbertRef 141-44
[1891-1917] Son of Elizabeth & Thomas Jackson of Church Fenton, Leeds.

He married Catherine.

They lived at 9 Lane Court, Bonegate, Brighouse.

During World War I, he served as a Stoker 1st Class with the Royal Navy aboard the destroyer HMS Contest.

He was lost [18th September 1917] (aged 26)  when his ship was torpedoed by German Submarine U-106 and sank.

He is remembered on the Plymouth Naval Memorial [Grave Ref 22]

Jackson, Herbert HenryRef 141-58
[1885-1917] Son of Maria & John Terry Jackson of Halifax.

He was a painter.

In [Q3] 1907, he married Mary Anna Davis in Salford, Lancashire.

They lived at 68 Haugh Shaw Road, King Cross, Halifax.

During World War I, he served as a Gunner with the 289th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

He was killed in action [29th September 1917] (aged 32).

He was buried at Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref III E 17].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Jackson, Herbert WilliamRef 141-276
[1870-1935] Of Bramley.

He lived in Scarborough and Newcastle before coming to Brighouse. He was a stuff presser [1901], dyer's cloth presser [1935].

In 1893, he married Mary Swinhoe from Newcastle.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [1893-1964]
  2. William Brydon [b 1896] who died young
  3. Alice [b 1898] who died young
  4. Evelyn [b 1899] who died young
  5. Lena [1901-1991]
  6. Herbert Havelock Garret [1909-1967]

The family lived at

  • 23 Half House Lane, Brighouse [1901]
  • 79 Dyson Road, Halifax [1935]

Jackson, Miss HildaRef 141-34
[1902-19??] Daughter of Arthur William Jackson.

Recorded in 1936, when she was proprietor of Bancroft's Confectioners

Jackson, JamesRef 141-230
[18??-19??] Teacher of short-hand and typewriting at 1 Lord Street, Halifax [1906]

Jackson, JamesRef 141-30
[1872-19??] Born in Midgley.

He was a woollen finisher [1894].

On 18th April 1894, he married Elizabeth Keys [1871-19??] at Christ Church, Todmorden.


Elizabeth was born in Stainland
 

Children:

  1. David Victor

The family lived at

  • 7 Causeway Head, Sowerby [1901]
  • 23 Thorney Lane, Midgley [1911, 1918]

Jackson, JamesRef 141-65
[1886-1920] Born in Huddersfield.

He was a carter (corn handler) [1911].

On 7th June 1905, he married Catherine (Kate) Corcoran [1881-1918] at Halifax Register Office.

Children:

  1. child who died young [before 1911]
  2. Annie [1905-1918]
  3. John [1908-1986]
  4. James [1911-1988]
  5. Norman [1914-1986]

They lived at 1 Chapel Fold, Woolshops, Halifax [1911].

During World War I, he enlisted [17th July 1916] in Halifax, and he served as a Private with the 1st/6th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment), and later transferred to the Labour Corps.

Catherine died of TB in the Union Workhouse Halifax [Q2 1918] (aged 35).

James was discharged from the Army [26th July 1919] as

physically unfit for War Service

and committed to Storthes Hall Asylum with General Paralysis.

He died at Storthes Hall [17th October 1920].

He was buried at Stoney Royd Cemetery [Grave Ref: C C 133].

James Parker of Firth House Farm, Barkisland was awarded 34/- a week as guardian of the 3 boys

Jackson, James WilliamRef 141-16
[1880-1917] Son of Mary Ann & John Jackson of 14 Lock Street, Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 143rd Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry).

He died 26th August 1917 (aged 37).

He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium [Grave Ref 154-159 & 163A], and in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, JeremiahRef 141-103
[1???-19??] JP.

He was Mayor of Todmorden [1933-1934]

Jackson, JeremiahRef 141-175
[18??-1???] Of Todmorden.

He established Jeremiah Jackson & Sons.

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William

Jackson, JeremiahRef 141-325
[1815-1897] Of Langfield.

Son of Jeremiah Jackson, mechanic.

He was a mechanic [1845].

On 8th February 1845, he married Grace Halstead [1817-1880] at Halifax Parish Church.


Grace, of Langfield, was the daughter of William Halstead, butcher
 

Children:

  1. William [b 1847]
  2. Gibson [1848-1909]
  3. Fred [1855-1914]
  4. Tom [1857-1927]
  5. Jeremiah [1860-1939]

Jackson, JoeRef 141-23
[1895-1916] Born in Luddendenfoot.

He was employed by Abraham Robertshaw & Sons.

During World War I, he served as a Rifleman with the 16th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.

He was killed in action [28th January 1916] (aged 21).

He is remembered on the Loos Memorial, France [Grave Ref 101 & 102], on Luddendenfoot War Memorial, on a memorial in St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd, and in the book Royd Regeneration.

Jackson, JohnRef 141-98
[16??-1730] Possibly Jonathan.

Third son of William Jackson.

Baptised at Halifax Parish Church [January 1690].

He was schoolmaster at Northowram.

Around 1721, he married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Catherine [bapt Coley 11th July 1722]

The couple were buried at Heywood's Chapel: His wife [26th May 1729]; John [16th April 1730]

Jackson, JohnRef 141-179
[17??-18??] From Accrington.

Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge [1821-1833]

Jackson, Rev JohnRef 141-70
[17??-18??] Minister at Hope Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge [1821-1833]

Jackson, JohnRef 141-7
[1787-1833] Of Elland Lower Edge.

He married Sarah [1788-1837].

Children:

  1. Mary [1809-1837] who married Joseph Barrett

John died 13th June 1833.

Sarah died 30th April 1837.

The family grave lies in the yard of the Bridge End Sunday School, Rastrick

Jackson, JohnRef 141-89
[1816-1???] Born in Stainland.

He was a wool spinner [1841] / a slubber (woollen) [1851].

Around 1836, he married Hannah [1816-1???].


Hannah was born in Stainland
 

Children:

  1. Enoch
  2. Henry [b 1838] who was a woollen piecener [1851]
  3. David [b 1840] who was a woollen piecener [1851]
  4. Thomas [b 1848]

The family lived at

  • New Street, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1841]
  • Stainland Cross, Stainland-with Old Lindley [1851]

Jackson, JohnRef 141-3
[1822-1885] He was a butcher [1861] / a butcher & farmer [1871] / a farmer [1881].

On 11th March 1848, he married Elizabeth Hallawell at Halifax Parish Church.


Elizabeth was the daughter of
Edmund Hallawell
 

Children:

  1. Edmund Hallawell (Jackson) [1850-1862]
  2. Joe [1852-1903]

The family lived at

  • Woods Court, Sowerby Bridge [1861]
  • 9 Chapel Street, Sowerby Bridge [1871]
  • Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge [1881]

Members of the family were buried at St George's Church, Sowerby

Jackson, JohnRef 141-7630
[1824-1872] Son of Richard Allen Jackson.

He was a cotton spinner employing 61 hands [1861] / a bookkeeper [1871].

On 3rd February 1855, he married Lydia Carter [1815-1875] at Halifax Parish Church.

They had no children.

John was living with his grandmother Lydia and Samuel Haigh, at New Mill, Erringden [1841], and with George Hinchliffe and family [1851]

The family lived at

  • Page Hill, Wheatley [1861]
  • Four Gates End, Cragg Vale [1871]

The couple were buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby: John [31st October 1872]; Lydia [30th January 1875]

Jackson, JohnRef 141-75
[1835-1???] Son of John Jackson, weaver.

He was a weaver of Wadsworth [1856].

In 1856, he married Sarah Ann Sutcliffe at Halifax Parish Church.


Sarah Ann was the daughter of
William Sutcliffe
 

Jackson, JohnRef 141-46
[1924-1945] Son of Elsie & Arthur Jackson of Hebden Bridge.

During World War II, he served as a Flying Officer with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

He died 2nd April 1945 (aged 21).

He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial, Surrey [Grave Ref 267]

Jackson, John HargraveRef 141-4
[1805-1850] Son of John Smith Jackson, a tanner from Birstall.

On 29th October 1840, he married Ann Freeman by licence at St Anne's Church, Southowram.


Ann was the daughter of Samuel Freeman.

Witnesses to the marriage were Ann's siblings Hanson and Margaret Matilda Freeman

 

They had no children.

They lived at

  • Hightown, Liversedge [1861]
  • Middleton Cottage, Liversedge [1862]

John died in 1850.

In 1862, Ann married George Anderton JP of Cleckheaton.

Living with the widowed Ann – proprietor of land and houses – in 1861, was her sister Charlotte.

Ann died at Liversedge in 1864

Jackson, John HughlingsRef 141-67
[1835-1911] Son of Sarah (née Hughlings) & Samuel Jackson, brewer.


Sarah came from Wales, and her father John Hughlings was Collector of Excise for Halifax, and lived at Northowram. Sarah's brother Henry (Harry) Hughlings lived all his life in Halifax, and was a colonial land agent for various parts of the British Empire, especially New New Zealand to where several of the Jackson family emigrated
 

John Hughlings Jackson, the neurologist, was born in Harrogate and was educated at several places in Yorkshire, including Longfield Academy, Halifax, and in Gloucestershire, before going to York Medical & Surgical School and St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

Jackson, John TheodoreRef 141-49
[1893-1916] Son of Harry Percy Jackson.

Born in Brighouse.

During World War I, he was called up [6th October 1916], and served as a Private with the 3rd/6th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He committed suicide at Clipstone Camp, Nottinghamshire by cutting his throat [13th October 1916] (aged 23).

He was buried at Coley Church in the family grave [1 Y 29].

He is remembered on Coley War Memorial.

His brother Eugene Alexander Watkin also died in the War

Jackson, JonasRef 141-84
[1780-1833] Of Greetland.

On 9th July 1804, he married (1) Mary Hoyle [1786-1822] in Halifax.

Children:

  1. John [1807-10th August 1830]
  2. (possibly) Mary Ann [b 9th January 1813] who died in infancy
  3. Thomas [1816-7th February 1837]
  4. (possibly) Thomas [b 17th September 1815] who died in infancy
  5. (possibly) Easter [b 18th May 1817] who died in infancy
  6. child who died in infancy
  7. child who died in infancy
  8. child who died in infancy
  9. child who died in infancy

Mary died 7th July 1822 (aged 36).

On 3rd August 1823, he married (2) Grace Maud [1782-1830] in Halifax.

Grace died 29th April 1830 (aged 48).

Jonas died 11th February 1833 (aged 53).

Members of the family were buried at Greetland Methodist Church [Grave Ref: J13]

Jackson, JosephRef 141-167
[17??-18??] Of Halifax.

In October 1828, he was declared bankrupt

Jackson, JosephRef 141-186
[18??-19??] Joiner and cabinet maker at Cinder Hill Mills, Todmorden [1905]

Jackson, JosephRef 141-76
[1824-1???] Born in Sowerby.

He was a cloth miller / a fulling miller [1881].

He married Sally [1829-1???].


Sally was born in Shaw, Lancashire
 

Children:

  1. Margaret [b 1860] who was a cotton spinner [1881]
  2. Mary Hannah [b 1863] who was a cotton spinner [1881] and married John Lister
  3. Sam [b 1865] who was an engineer [1881]
  4. George [b 1868] who was a cotton spinner [1881]
  5. John W [b 1870] who was a cotton spinner [1881]
  6. Annie [b 1871] who was a card loom hand [1891]
  7. Sarah Ann [b 1872]
  8. Malinda [b 1874]

The family lived at Barkisland Village [1881].

Living with them [in 1881], was granddaughter Alberta Jackson [b 1878]

Jackson, JoshuaRef 141-370
[1709-1776] Of Barmbrough, near Doncaster.

He married Elizabeth [1719-1787].

Children:

  1. John [1751-1832]

Members of the family were buried at Halifax Parish Church The epitaph on the memorial in Halifax Parish Church is recorded in the book Monumental & Other Inscriptions

Jackson, LukeRef 141-261
[1699-1802] He died at Gauxholme Workhouse at the age of 102.
He lived in 3 centuries and five reigns

Jackson, Mark SmithRef 141-79
[1817-1???] Illegitimate son of Betty Jackson of Shelf.

Baptised at St John the Baptist, Coley [9th February 1817]

Jackson, MartinRef 141-342
[1860-1917] Son of Zachariah Jackson and brother of Betty.

Born at East Summit, Walsden.

He was landlord of the Dog & Partridge, Lumbutts [early 1890s] / lock keeper at Longlees Lock, Todmorden [1883] / publican at the Dog & Partridge, Lumbutts [1891].

After sister Betty's death in 1903, Martin he took over as landlord of the Bird-i-th-Hand, Warland [1903, 1917].

He lived at East Summit Lock House, Blatchinworth with Calderbrook [1881].

Living with him [in 1881] were sister Susannah Jackson [aged 23] (cotton weaver), widowed sister Mally Hollinrake [aged 27] (housekeeper) and nephew Herbert Uttley [aged 2].

In 1883, he married Alice, daughter James Bulcock, at Christ Church, Todmorden.

Children:

  1. Betsy [b 1884] who was a cotton spinner [1901]
  2. Frank [b 1887] who was a cotton weaver [1901]
  3. Annie [b 1888] who was a cotton spinner [1901]
  4. Herbert [b 1891] who was a stretcher and finishing worker [1911]
  5. James [b 1898] who was a box maker [1911]
  6. Mally [b 1899]

After Martin's death in 1917, Alice took over at the Bird-i-th-Hand.

In 1919, Alice married Fred Fielden at Todmorden. Fred took over at the Bird-i-th-Hand [1922].

After Fred's death, Alice carried on at the Bird-i-th-Hand until her own death in 1935.

The Jackson family continued at the Bird-i-th-Hand until 1965.

Living with the family at Lumbutts [in 1891] was sister-in-law Alice Jackson [aged 31].

Martin & Alice were buried at St Peter's Church, Walsden.

After Alice's death, her son James took over at the Bird-i-th-Hand

Jackson, MilesRef 141-28
[1817-1???] Son of William Baton, weaver.

He was weaver of Santher? House in Wadsworth [1841] / a hand loom weaver (worsted) [1851].

In 1841, he married Grace Nutter at Heptonstall Church.

In 1841, they were living with Grace's parents

The family lived at 3 Seed Hill, Wadsworth [1851]

Jackson, Milford JohnRef 141-52
[1895-1917] Son of Walter Jesse Jackson.

Born in Halifax [Q1 1895].

He was a member of St Augustine's Church, Pellon & Choir / a moulder (iron foundry) [1911] / employed by Wade Manufacturing Company Limited.

During World War I, he enlisted with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) [1915], then served as a Private with the 43rd Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry).

He died in No.3 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station of severe shrapnel wounds to the legs [25th August 1917] (aged 22).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [1st September 1917].

He was buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref XVIII D 19].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Saint Augustine's Church, Pellon.

His brother Walter Jesse also died in the War

Jackson, NelsonRef 141-124
[1867-1900] Of Kiln Farm, Clifton. A well-known bowler

Jackson, Rev NicholasRef 141-42
[16??-1729] Curate at Sowerby [1711-1729].

He was buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [11th February 1729].

See Elkanah Horton

Jackson, Paul A.Ref 141-72
[1974-] Halifax-born composer of music for TV and films

Jackson, PeterRef 141-380
[17??-18??] Son of Ratcliffe Jackson.

He was a farmer [1857].

He married (1) Unknown.

Children:

  1. Hannah [1819-1890] who married (1) John Feather & (2) Henry Smithies

He married (2) Unknown.

Children:

  1. Mary who married William Eastwood

Jackson, Major R. W. H.Ref 141-82
[1864-19??] Son of Sir Robert Jackson [1827-1921].

Born in Dublin.

He was a distinguished military officer, and took part in many British Empire campaigns, including Crimea, Lucknow & the Zulu wars.

On 20th October 1909, he married Mary Beatrice Ormerod at St Matthew's Church, Rastrick


Mary Beatrice was the daughter of
Charles Jones Ormerod
 

Jackson, RalphRef 141-64
[1916-1944] Son of Mary Ann & James Jackson.

Born in Elland [30th August 1916].

In [Q1] 1942, he married Janet Grieve Wood in Calder District.

She lived at Galashiels, Selkirkshire, Scotland [1944].

During World War II, he served as a Private with the 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment.

He died 28th June 1944.

He was buried at Hermanville War Cemetery, France [Grave Ref 5 C 10].

He is remembered on Elland War Memorial

Jackson, RatcliffeRef 141-381
[17??-1???]

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Peter

Jackson, RichardRef 141-150
[17??-17??] Of Ripponden. He was Overseer for the Poor at Ripponden.

In the late 1700s, he built a number of cottages. These included

The property was later bequeathed to the church as a Parish Hall. It is now Ripponden Parish Community Centre

Jackson, RichardRef 141-305
[1811-1874] He was a butcher and landlord of the Royal Oak, Midgley [1871].

On 24th May 1831, he married (1) Sarah Uttley [1810-1867] at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. David [b 1834] who married Mally
  2. Elizabeth [1837-1856] who was buried with her parents
  3. Martha Ann [1840-1869] she married William Rawson

Sarah died 11th February 1857 (aged 56) 

She was buried at St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd.

On 16th November 1867, he married (2) Grace Hellowell [1823-1905] at Halifax Parish Church.


Grace had a son Jonathan Hellowell [b 1849] father unknown
 

Richard died 28th May 1874 (aged 63).

He was buried at St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd with his first wife.

Grace died 28th October 1905 (aged 83).

She was buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby with her son Jonathan

Jackson, Richard AllenRef 141-6301
[1804-18??] He was a fustian cutter [1823].

On 28th December 1823, he married (1) Eliza Frances, daughter of Lydia Simpson, at Halifax Parish Church.

Children:

  1. John

Eliza died in 1829. She was buried at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [1st November 1829].

In 1830, he married (2) Hannah Farrar

Jackson, Richard HarrisonRef 141-74
[1888-1942] Born in Penrith.

His next-of-kin was his sister, who lived in Halifax.

He worked as an engineer in the USA.

During World War II, he joined the Merchant Navy [1939] and served as an engine room storekeeper aboard the ocean liner SS Avila Star (London).

He died 6th July 1942 (aged 54)  when his ship was torpedoed by German Submarine U-201 and sank north-east of the Azores, with the loss of 84 of the 196 people aboard.

He is remembered on the Tower Hill Memorial, London [Grave Ref 12], and in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Jackson, RobertRef 141-9
[18??-19??] He married Fanny [1855-1902].

Children:

  1. Mabel [1872-1889]
  2. Arthur

The family lived at

  • Chapel Street, Walsden [1889]
  • 5 Dampier Street, Walsden [1917]

Members of the family were buried at Lumbutts United Methodist Free Church

Jackson, RobertRef 141-18
[1855-1922] JP, OBE.

Born in Walsden.

He was a nonconformist Liberal / a United Methodist / an active temperance worker / Branch Manager and then Secretary of Walsden Co-operative Society / President of the Todmorden Co-operative Society / an Aldermen of the Borough of Todmorden [1907] / the 7th Mayor of Todmorden [1911-1919].

In 1878, he married Mary Stansfield [1852-1902].

Children:

  1. Anna Mary [1883-1935] who married [2nd July 1913] Rev Albert Bayfield of Ashby, Lincolnshire
  2. Amy [1886-1887]

On 24th February 1920, he and his second wife, Edith Pilling [1872-1957], were given Freedom of the Borough for his wartime services.

He died in Walsden. He was buried at Lumbutts Chapel with his first wife, his daughter, and his sister Ann who was blind.

See Centre Vale Park and Lord Brothers Limited

Jackson, RobertRef 141-14
[1881-1916] Son of Thomas Jackson.

Born in Harrogate.

He was a boot maker [1901] / a clogger [1911] / employed by Mr Pickles (bootmaker of Queens Road).

In 1911, he was a boarder with the Knowles family 26 Allerton Place, Halifax.

During World War I, he enlisted in Halifax, and served as a Private with the 8th Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

He was reported missing and assumed to have died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme [1st July 1916].

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [25th November 1916].

He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, France [Grave Ref 11C & 12A], and in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance

Jackson, Ronald CharlesRef 141-73
[1915-1943] Son of Alice Maud & William Thomas Jackson of Manly, New South Wales, Australia.

He was educated in Hebden Bridge / employed by Furtex at Luddendenfoot.

He lived at 26 Emscote Street, Halifax.

During World War II, he served as a Leading Aircraftman with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

He died in a Japanese POW camp [28th December 1943] (aged 28).

He was buried at Stanley Military Cemetery, Kong Hong [Grave Ref 1 A 9].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance.

His brother Harold Thomas Jackson was killed in an air crash

Jackson, SamRef 141-60
[1890-1916] Son of Margaret Jane & William Jackson of Hebden Bridge.

During World War I, he served as a Lance Sergeant with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 3rd September 1916 (aged 26).

He was buried at Mill Road Cemetery, Thiepval, France. [Grave Ref I F 11]

Jackson, SamuelRef 141-108
[18??-1???] Partner in Fielding & Jackson & Company

Jackson, SamuelRef 141-86
[18??-1870] He was an attorney's clerk [1870]

In [Q1] 1859, he married Elizabeth Seagrave Revell in Halifax.


Elizabeth was born in Huddersfield, the illegitimate daughter of
Jane Revell
 

He died 5th May 1870.

Probate records show that he left effects valued at under £3,000.

The will was proved by his widow Elizabeth, his brother Joshua Jackson of Dewsbury (attorney's clerk), and Samuel Joseph Chadwick (attorney-at-law) 

In 1881, Elizabeth was living with her half-sister Annie Revell (Walker) at Spring Grove, Dean Head.

The sisters died at Spring Grove.

Elizabeth died 20th May 1891 (aged 67).

She was buried at St Bartholomew's Church, Dean Head

Jackson, Samuel SutcliffeRef 141-33
[1829-1???] He was a tailor / employed by Paul Greenwood & Son [1857].

He lived at Nelson Street, Halifax [1857].

On Saturday, 7th November 1857, he was one of a group of men drinking at the Waterhouse Arms, Halifax. An argument broke out over a game of bagatelle.

The landlord, James Richardson, threw the group out, and a fight broke out in which Jackson attacked William Lockwood, who was also in the pub. Jackson attacked Lockwood, knocking him down, and jumping on his chest or abdomen.

Lockwood died within a few minutes from the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain.

Jackson was known as a cruel, unfeeling man.

At the Coroner's Inquest, the Jury returned a verdict of Manslaughter and Jackson was taken to York Castle for trial at the Assizes

Jackson, SarahRef 141-8880
[1818-1871] She was gassed in her home [12th January 1871].

She was buried at Lister Lane Cemetery [Plot Number 4039]

Jackson, SimeonRef 141-2
[1819-1???] Illegitimate son of Mary Jackson of Hove Edge.

Baptised at St Matthew's Church, Lightcliffe [9th May 1819].

See Squire Jackson

Jackson, SquireRef 141-77
[1828-1???] Illegitimate son of Mary Jackson of Hove Edge.

Baptised at St Matthew's Church, Lightcliffe [23rd September 1828]

See Simeon Jackson

Jackson, T. J.Ref 141-24
[18??-191?] Of Southowram.

He served in World War I.

He died in the conflict.

He is remembered on Southowram War Memorial

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-25
[1???-1???] He married Clementina Rayner.


Clementina was the daughter of
John Rayner
 

Children:

  1. child
  2. child
  3. child
  4. child
  5. child

Somewhere along the line, the family may have gone to the USA. At least 3 of the children certainly did

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-6400
[17??-18??] Of Moorhey Farm, Walsden.

He married Betty Sutcliffe.

Children:

  1. Zachariah

Jackson, Rev ThomasRef 141-136
[1783-1873] Highly-respected Methodist minister. He served at a great many places across Britain, including Sowerby Bridge

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-187
[18??-19??] He had business as an engineer and machinist at Spa Hole Mill, Blackshawhead [1905]

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-66
[1816-18??] Born in Walsden.

He was a cotton twister [1871].

He married Sarah [1817-18??].


Sarah / Sally was born in Stansfield
 

Children:

  1. Elizabeth [1845-1889] who married Edmund Shackleton

The family lived at Knowlwood, Walsden [1871].

Living with them [in 1871] were daughter Elizabeth, her husband and children.

Thomas was dead by 1881, and the widowed Sally was living with daughter Elizabeth and family

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-40
[1850-1919] Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a weaver [1873].

On 24th May 1873, he married Grace Greenwood [1854-1928] in Halifax.


Grace was born in Hebden Bridge.
 

Children:

  1. Annie Maria [b 1873]
  2. Herbert [b 1875]
  3. Owen [b 1877]
  4. Emily [b 1879]
  5. Ada [b 1882]
  6. Arnold [b 1887]
  7. Mary Grace [b 1890]
  8. Alpha
  9. Alice Maud [b 1894]
  10. Phyllis Gertrude [b 1898]

The children were born in Wadsworth.

The family lived at 11 Chapel Avenue, Hebden Bridge [1911, 1915]

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-62
[1853-19??] Born in Bishop Thornton, Yorkshire.

He was a joiner [1891, 1901] / a bandsman with the Harrogate Volunteers [for 17 years].

He married Mary Ann [1854-1907].


Mary Ann was born in Birstwith, Yorkshire.
 

Children:

  1. Alfred [b 1879] who was a cotton overlooker [1901]
  2. Robert
  3. John William [b 1882] who was a wire drawer employed by Frederick Smith & Company [1901]

    He enlisted [World War I] but was brought back as a skilled worker

  4. Ada [b 1883]
  5. Arthur [b 1885] who was a cabinet maker [1901]
  6. Walter [b 1889] who was a lather boy for barber [1901], and served with the Duke of Wellington's Regiment [World War I]
  7. Thomas Herbert [b 1890] who served with the West Riding Regiment [World War I]
  8. Lewis [b 1893] who served with the Canadian Infantry [World War I]

The family lived at

  • Batchelor Gardens, Bilton, Harrogate [1891]
  • 4 Bowman Terrace, Halifax [1901]
  • 4 Peel's Court, Upper Brunswick Street, Halifax [1916]

Thomas was an inmate at the Halifax Union Workhouse, Gibbet Street [1911]

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-85
[1858-19??] Born in Farndon, Nottinghamshire.

He was a miller [1891] / a corn miller [1901, 1911].

In 1885, he married Ellen Allwood [1861-1910] in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.


Ellen was born in Mansfield
 

Children:

  1. Tom George
  2. Harry Stansall [1890-1893]
  3. Alfred James [b 1894] who was a shop assistant for tea merchant [1911]
  4. Miriam [b 1896]
  5. Louie [1898-1903]
  6. Carrie Alexandra [b 1903]

The family lived at

  • Farndon, Newark, Nottinghamshire [1891]
  • 63 Crossley Hill, Halifax [1901]
  • 6 Penuel Place, Siddal, Halifax [1911]

Ellen died in 1910 (aged 49) 

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-90
[1858-1936]

He married Emma Jackson [1861-1938].

Children:

  1. Harry who died 18th September 1888 (aged 14 months) 
  2. Arnold

The family lived at Beestonley, Stainland.

Thomas died 20th September 1936 (aged 78).

Emma Jackson died 20th January 1938 (aged 77).

Members of the family were buried at Providence Congregational Church, Stainland

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-19
[1879-1918] Son of William Jackson of 1 Silver Street, Walsden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment).

He died 13th March 1918 (aged 39).

He was buried at Aeroplane Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref VII C 30].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-83
[1880-19??] Born in Keighley.

He was a stone dresser [1911].

He married [Q2] 1908] in Halifax.


Marian Eliza was the daughter of
George Lumb.

She had an illegitimate son Clifford Lumb.

She was a cotton weaver [1911]

 

Children:

  1. Phyllis [b 1909]

The family lived at 16 Bamford St. Nelson, Lancs [1911].

Living with them [in 1911] were Marian Eliza's son Clifford Lumb and Thomas's widowed mother Hannah Jackson [b 1851].

Marian Eliza died in Nelson [Q2 1957] (aged 79) 

Jackson, ThomasRef 141-50
[1893-1915] Son of Emma & Abraham Jackson of 687 Rochdale Road, Walsden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment.

He died 18th June 1915 (aged 22).

He was buried at Rue-Du-Bacquerot (13th London) Graveyard, Laventie, France [Grave Ref G 8] and on Todmorden War Memorial

Jackson, TomRef 141-7760
[1866-1935] He married Annie [1868-1939].

The couple were buried at Bethesda Primitive Methodist Chapel, Bank Top

Jackson, TomRef 141-21
[1897-1918] Son of Elizabeth & Sam Jackson of 6 Honey Hole, Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 10th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).

He died 5th September 1918 (aged 21).

He was buried at Lebucquière Communal Cemetery Extension, France [Grave Ref IV D 15].

He is remembered on Todmorden War Memorial, and on the Memorial at Todmorden Unitarian Church

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, Tom GeorgeRef 141-59
[1889-1918] Son of Thomas Jackson.

Born in Farndon, Nottinghamshire.

He was a member of the Railway Mission Choir / a house painter [1911] / employed by Jackson & Sunderland, decorators of Lee Mount.

In [Q3] 1912, he married Naomi Crowther in Halifax.

Children:

  1. child

They lived at 15 Padan Street, Siddal [1918].

During World War I, he served as a Sapper with the 87th Field Company Royal Engineers.

He was killed in action [28th March 1918] (aged 29).

His photograph appears with reports of his death in the Halifax Courier [27th April & 4th May 1918].

He was buried at Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery Extension, France [Grave Ref I J 13].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance.

In [Q3] 1920, Naomi married Joseph Marriott in Halifax.

They lived at 111 Bawtry Road, Tinsley, Sheffield

Jackson, W.Ref 141-130
[17??-18??] A schoolmaster at premises in Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge which he shared with Mr Taylor

Jackson, WalterRef 141-10
[1885-1918] Son of Mary & Fergus Jackson of 17 Wood Street, Todmorden.

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 16th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

He died 28th February 1918 (aged 33).

He was buried at Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref IX E 3].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance

Jackson, WalterRef 141-63
[1906-1942] Son of Kate & Eli Jackson.

He married Mabel.

They lived in Rastrick.

During World War II, he served as a Corporal with the Royal Armoured Corps Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons.

He died 3rd November 1942 (aged 36).

He was buried at El Alamein War Cemetery, Egypt [Grave Ref XVII B 23]

Jackson, Walter HenryRef 141-53
[1898-1917] Son of William Jackson.

He was a helper (carpet weaving) [1911] / employed by Holdsworth's at Shaw Lodge Mills, Halifax.

During World War I, he enlisted [July 1915], and served as a Private with the 12th Battalion Highland Light Infantry.

He died of wounds in hospital [4th January 1917] (aged 19).

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [13th January 1917].

He was buried at Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, France [Grave Ref IV F 4].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, (possibly) on the Halifax Parish Church Church Members (WWI) Memorial, (possibly) on the Memorial at Saint Augustine's Church, Pellon, and (possibly) on the Memorial at Stannary Congregational Church, Halifax

Jackson, Walter JesseRef 141-345
[1870-1958] Born in Gloucester.

He was a player with Halifax RLFC [1894] / a three-quarter back for Yorkshire / a rivetter [1901] / a boiler maker [1911].

He won caps for England against Scotland while at Halifax.

On 7th August 1892, he married Ellen Elizabeth Griffiths [1872-1917] at St Michael's Church, Gloucester.


Ellen Elizabeth was born in Gloucester
 

Children:

  1. Frederick Stanley [1893-1949] who was a mill hand (worsted spinner) [1911] & served with Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) [WW1]
  2. Milford John
  3. Walter Jesse
  4. Annie [1898-2003]
  5. Lewis [1905-1987]

The family lived at

  • 19 Pitt Street, Halifax [1901]
  • 336 Queens Road, Halifax [1911, 1916]

The 3 oldest sons served in World War I. Milford John & Walter Jesse died in the War.

Walter Jesse died on 9th June 1917, in the same week as his mother Ellen Elizabeth

Jackson, Walter JesseRef 141-35
[1896-1917] Son of Walter Jesse Jackson.

Born in Halifax [Q2 1896].

He was a mill hand (worsted) [1911] / a driller with J. P. Farrar [1916].

During World War I, he enlisted [27th May 1916], and served as a Private with the 33rd Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) - formerly with the West Yorkshire Regiment.

He died of wounds [9th June 1917].

His mother died in the same week in Halifax.

He was buried at Messines Ridge British Cemetery, Belgium [Grave Ref II E 36].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, (possibly) on the Halifax Parish Church Church Members (WWI) Memorial, on the Roll of Honour at Saint Augustine's Church, Pellon, and (possibly) on the Memorial at Stannary Congregational Church, Halifax.

His brother Milford John also died in the War

Jackson, WilbertRef 141-41
[1893-1918] Son of Greenwood Jackson.

Born in Hebden Bridge.

He was a cotton weaver [1911].

During World War I, he served as a Private with the 1st/6th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.

He was killed in action [11th February 1918].

He was buried at Gorre British & Indian Cemetery, France [Grave Ref V D 12]

Jackson, WilbertRef 141-6
[1894-1915] Son of William Jackson.

He was a sewing warehouseman fustian [1911] / employed by Ashworth's shuttle shop, Royd Works.

During World War I, he served as an ambulance man with the Royal Marines Medical Unit.

He died from a severe attack of pneumonia at the Norwood Cottage Hospital, Crystal Palace [23rd January 1915] (aged 21).

He was buried at Wainsgate Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge

Jackson, WilkinsonRef 141-57
[1847-1899] He was a confectioner's traveller [1881] / a confectioner [1891].

In [Q3] 1871, he married Mary Hannah Bancroft in Halifax.

Children:

  1. Arthur William

The family lived at

  • 72 Lister Lane, Halifax [1881]
  • 45 Parliament Street, Halifax [1891]

Wilkinson died Q1 1899.

After his death, Mary carried on the business as a Confectioner. She was at 68 Gibbet Lane, Halifax [1901]

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-241
[14??-15??] Minister at St Peter's Church, Sowerby [1555]

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-9660
[16??-1???]

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. William

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-61
[1653-1???] Of Halifax .

Son of William Jackson.

Baptised at Halifax Parish Church [8th May 1653].

He married Unknown.

Children:

  1. Jo [bapt 1685]
  2. William [bapt 1687]
  3. John
  4. Mary [bapt 1693]
  5. Ellin [bapt 1696]
  6. Mary [bapt 1696]
  7. Rachell [bapt 1700]
  8. Thomas [bapt 1704]
  9. Mary [bapt 1711]

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-113
[1750-1815] Son of Dr Cyril Jackson. He (possibly) attended Heath Grammar School.

He was Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford. He became Bishop of Oxford – after the Prince Regent failed to persuade his brother, Cyril, to accept the post.

He died unmarried

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-26
[18??-1???] Bottler / brewer of Hebden Bridge

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-303
[18??-1???] Fancy goods dealer at 4 Corn Market, Halifax [1881]

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-184
[18??-18??] Of Hartshead Hall. He was Guardian of the Poor for Hartshead [1865]

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-80
[1828-1???] Illegitimate son of Elizabeth Jackson of Hipperholme.

Baptised at St John the Baptist, Coley [9th March 1828]

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-81
[1831-1893] He lived at Mount Street, Lower Edge, Elland.

William died in Halifax Infirmary [9th June 1893] (aged 62), from injuries sustained on 20th March 1893 whilst working for Richard Marsden at Lower Edge Quarries, Rastrick

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-5
[1843-1913] Son of John Jackson, draper.

Born in Wadsworth.

He was a tailor & draper [1871] / a tailor's cutter [1881, 1886, 1891] / a tailor's cutter fustian [1901].

In 1867, he married (1) Mary Sutcliffe [1846-1885] in Todmorden.


Mary was born in Heptonstall
 

Children:

  1. Arthur [b 1869] who was a cotton bobbin carrier [1881], a fustian cutter [1891]
  2. Annie [b 1872] who was a fustian tailoress [1891]
  3. Sarah Elizabeth [b 1874] who was a fustian tailoress [1891], a machinist fustian [1901], a sewing machinist clothing factory [1911]
  4. Dan Farrar [b 1879] who was a hairdresser assistant [1891], a tailor's cutter fustian [1901]
  5. Ethel Eliza [b 1881] who was a machinist fustian [1901]

Mary died in 1885 (aged 40).

In 1886, he married (2) Margaret Jane Greenwood [1865-1906] at Halifax Parish Church.


Margaret Jane, of Walker Lane, Wadsworth, was the daughter of William Greenwood, farmer
 

Children:

  1. Ben Albert [b 1888] who was a machinist slipper works [1901], an assistant gas engine [1911]
  2. Sam [b 1890] who was a weaver cotton [1911]
  3. John William [b 1891] who was a tailors cutter fustian [1911]
  4. Wilbert [b 1894] who was a sewing warehouseman fustian [1911]
  5. twins Janie [b 1897] who was a sewing machinist clothing factory [1911]
  6. Lillie [b 1897] who was a sewing machinist clothing factory [1911]

Margaret Jane died in 1906 (aged 40).

The family lived at

  • Wood Bottom, Wadsworth, Hebden Bridge [1871]
  • Fair View, Wadsworth [1881]
  • 16 Royd Square, Heptonstall [1891, 1901]
  • 12 Royd Square, Hebden Bridge [1911]

Living with them [in 1871] was mother-in-law Ann Sutcliffe [aged 49] (factory operative).

William died in 1913 (aged 70) 

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-102
[1847-1912] JP.

Son of Jeremiah Jackson.

He was a Liberal / one of the first Aldermen of the Borough of Todmorden [1896] / Mayor of Todmorden [1902-1905] / President of Todmorden Co-operative Society [1892-1899, 1902-1909] / head of Jeremiah Jackson & Sons / a teacher at Bridge Street Sunday School.

On 14th March 1907, he married Martha Ann Crabtree in Southport.

The family lived at Byrom Street, Todmorden.

Jackson, WilliamRef 141-36
[1852-19??] Born in Halifax.

He was a cabinet maker employing 1 man [1881] / a cabinet maker [1891, 1901] / a licensed toffee hawker [1911].

In 1873, he married Emma Spencer [1856-19??] in Halifax.


Emma was born in Halifax
 

Children:

  1. Gertrude Helena [b 1873]
  2. Mary Hannah [b 1874] who was a worsted winder [1891]
  3. Herbert Sutcliffe [b 1876] who was a cabinet maker [1891]
  4. Arthur Brinton [b 1878] who was a worsted doffer [1891], a cabinet maker [1901]
  5. Arnold Leopold [b 1880] who was a worsted setter [1891], a boiler shop fitter [1901]
  6. Edith A [b 1882] who was a pinafore machinist [1901]
  7. Clement F [b 1888] who was a worsted doffer [1901]
  8. Emma Maud [b 1889] who was a worsted bobbin sider [1901], an underclothing machinist [1911]
  9. Vincent L [1891] who died in his first year
  10. Willie Spencer [b 1895] who was a carpet weaving creeler [1911]
  11. Walter Henry

The children were born in Halifax.

The family lived at

  • 18 Colin Street, Halifax [1881]
  • 3 Smith Street, Halifax [1891]
  • 5 Plymouth Grove, Halifax [1901]
  • 31 Baines Street, Halifax [1911]
  • 25 Broad Tree Terrace, Lee Mount, Halifax [1917]

Jackson, William HerbertRef 141-162
[18??-19??] Halifax solicitor at 5 Fountain Street, Halifax [1934].

He qualified in November 1896

Jackson, WillieRef 141-51
[1900-1918] Son of Allan Jackson.

He was employed in the offices of Miles Sykes & Son at Sowerby Bridge / a Sergeant in the Church Lads' Brigade of Halifax Parish Church.

During World War I, he enlisted [October 1917], and served as a Rifleman with the 9th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps, posted with the London Regiment.

He went to France [April 1918].

He died of wounds [26th June 1918] (aged 18).

A memorial service was held at Halifax Parish Church [7th July 1917].

His photograph appears with reports of his death in the Halifax Courier [6th July & 13th July 1918].

He was buried at Pernois British Cemetery, Halloy-Les-Pernois, France [Grave Ref II D 14]

Jackson, Willie ClaytonRef 141-31
[1889-1917] Son of Charles Jackson.

Born in Elland [30th January 1889].

He was a twiner piecer (cotton spinner) [1911] for W. M. Smeeton Limited [for 8 years].

On 15th October 1910, he married Minnie Gertrude Adams at Halifax Parish Church.


Minnie Gertrude was born in Pontefract.

She was a worsted twister (worsted spinner) [1911]

 

Children:

  1. Phyliss [1911-1915]
  2. Vera [b 1915]
  3. twins Hilda [1917-1918]
  4. Willie [1917-1918]

The family lived at 23 Browning Avenue, Siddal, Halifax [with Willie's widowed mother 1911] 25 Whitegate Terrace, Siddal [1917]

During World War I, he enlisted in Elland [6th December 1915], and was held in reserve until being shipped to France [5th February 1917].

When he went to France, Willie may not have known Minnie was pregnant with twins Hilda and Willie who were born 2nd October 1917, and both died early 1918.

He served as a Private with the 16th Battalion Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment).

He was killed in action 14 days after being sent to the Front [9th April 1917].

His photograph appears with a report of his death in the Halifax Courier [26th May 1917].

He was buried at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, Saint-Laurent-Blangy, France [Grave Ref I A 7].

He is remembered in the Halifax Town Hall Books of Remembrance, and on the Halifax Parish Church Church Members (WWI) Memorial

Jackson, YoungRef 141-12
[1883-1918] Of Todmorden.

In [Q3] 1902, he married Bertha Stansfield in Todmorden.

They lived at 40 Ramsden Wood Road, Walsden.

During World War I, he served as a 2nd Corporal with the 269th Railway Operating Company Royal Engineers.

He died 29th May 1918 (aged 35).

He was buried at Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, France [Grave Ref IV H 2].

He is remembered in the Todmorden Garden of Remembrance, and on the Memorial at Oddfellows' Hall, Todmorden

Jackson, ZachariahRef 141-343
[1816-1880] Son of Thomas Jackson.

Born at Moorhey Farm, Walsden.

He was lock keeper at Longlees Lock / East Summit Lock [1851].

In 1854, he left to live in Manchester.

He was lock keeper at East Summit Lock / Longlees Lock [1861, 1871].

In 1838, he married Susan Mitchell in Rochdale.


Susan was the daughter of Ogden Mitchell
 

Children:

  1. Betty
  2. Ogden [b 1843] who was a cotton worker [1861]
  3. Mally [b 1844] who was a cotton worker [1861] & married Mr Hollinrake
  4. Alice [1845-1880] who was a cotton worker [1861] & married Michael Uttley
  5. Grace [b 1849] who was a cotton worker [1861]
  6. (possibly) Matty [b 1850] who was a cotton worker [1861]
  7. Ellen [b 1852]
  8. James [b 1854]
  9. Sarah Ann [b 1856]
  10. Susannah [b 1858]
  11. Martin

The family lived at

  • Lane Bottom, Todmorden & Walsden [1841]
  • Lock House, Blatchinworth & Calderbrook, Littleborough, Rochdale [1851]
  • East Summit Lock House, Blatchinworth & Calderbrook [1861, 1871]

Living with them [in 1841] was Abraham Jackson [aged 35] (quarryman).

Living with them [in 1851] were brother-in-law Ogden Mitchell [aged 20] (stone labourer) and sister-in-law Ellen Mitchell [aged 27] (cotton weaver) 

 

The Jackson family of WalsdenRef 141-27

Jackson surnameRef 141-1
A patronymic surname meaning son of Jack, a form of John.

There are over 120 entries on the Calderdale Companion for people with the surname Jackson, as discussed in this SideTrack. This count does not include other forms of the surname.

Unattached BMDs for Jackson:


Births 1541, 1552; Baptisms 1593, 1595, 1617, 1618, 1691, 1718, 1719, 1721; Marriages 1577, 1578, 1590, 1592, 1835, 1855, 1869, 1902, 1907, 1910, 1924, 1930, 1947; Deaths 1810, 1899, 1907; Deaths 1620, 1638
 



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