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Ernest Steward Jackson

Male 1920 - 1987  (66 years)


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  • Name Ernest Steward Jackson  [1, 2
    Born 28 Aug 1920  Palmyra, Montgomery County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Gender Male 
    Died 12 Jul 1987  Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Tennessee, Montgomery County Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • At the time of his death he was 66 years, 10 months, 14 days old.

      He had black hair and hazel green eyes.
    Person ID I0001  Archangel
    Last Modified 11 Feb 2017 

    Father Hadley Rutherford Jackson,   b. 1 Sep 1896, Montgomery Co. Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Oct 1927, Jackson Cemetery at Sharptop, Montgomery County Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 31 years) 
    Mother Ethel Hunt,   b. 11 Jun 1895, Palmyra, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Sep 1987, Jackson Cemetery at Sharptop, Montgomery County Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years) 
    Married 16 Jan 1916  Montgomery County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Family ID F001  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Virginia Hope Crockett,   b. 9 Jun 1923, Caanan, Montgomery County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Dec 1996, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Married 28 Feb 1943  Broome home in Hackberry, Montgomery County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Children 
     1. Living
     2. Living
    Last Modified 11 Feb 2017 
    Family ID F114  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Ernest Steward Jackson
    Ernest Steward Jackson
    Ernest Steward Jackson Family
    Ernest Steward Jackson Family
    left to right Jinny JACKSON Smith
    Virginia CROCKETT Jackson
    Ernest Jackson
    Ernest Steward Jackson with wife
Virginia Hope CROCKETT Jackson
    Ernest Steward Jackson with wife Virginia Hope CROCKETT Jackson
    Ernest S. Jackson
with daughter
Jinny Myra Jackson
    Ernest S. Jackson with daughter Jinny Myra Jackson
    Taken at Forest Street Methodist Church
    Ernest Steward Jackson
    Ernest Steward Jackson
    Ernest Jackson with 
Nephew - Gaylon Wade Rosson
    Ernest Jackson with Nephew - Gaylon Wade Rosson
    Ernest S. Jackson in the middle
    Ernest S. Jackson in the middle
    Ernest, Earl, Ethel, Omie
Jackson
    Ernest, Earl, Ethel, Omie Jackson

  • Sources 
    1. [S76649] Ernest Nolan Jackson - Robert Ronald Jackson - Ross Millard Jackson - DNA Test Results for YDNA, Family Tree DNA/Jinny Jackson Smith, (Hempsted Jacksons - Robert Jackson 1620 - Nottinghamshire England).
      Haplogroug I2B Test results of 102501/102502/113146 triangulates a proven YDNA lineage connection to Col. John Jackson (b 1645/50) which is proven to YDNA connect to Robert Jackson (b 1620 d 1683/84) of Hempsted, New York, the immigrant who came from Nottinghamshire, England.
      Family Tree DNA/Jinny Jackson Smith, Ernest Nolan Jackson - Robert Ronald Jackson - Ross Millard Jackson - DNA Test Results for YDNA, Hempsted Jacksons - Robert Jackson 1620 - Nottinghamshire England, Haplogroup I2B Test results of 102501/102502/113146 triangulates a proven YDNA lineage connection to Col. John Jackson (b 1645/50) which is proven to YDNA connect to Robert Jackson (b 1620 d 1683/84) of Hempsted, New York, the immigrant who came from Nottinghamshire, England.

    2. [S75209] Loose Papers of Montgomery County Court, Montgomery County Court Clerk, Montgomery County Archives,Clarksville, TN., Box 106.
      B. Jackson VS S. Jackson, 1931,(Back of Document)
      Buford Jackson et al
      Disposition of
      Mrs. Ethel Jackson 11/14/31
      VS.
      Sidney Jackson et al
      _______________________________
      filed Nov. 14, 2931
      W. E. Crotzer, Clerk

      page 1 of same document

      BUFORD JACKSON, et al.|
      |IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
      VS.|
      |MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN.
      SIDNEY JACKSON, et al.|

      THE DEPOSITION OF MRS. ETHEL JACKSON, Taken by consent on this the 14th day of November, 1931, before Lena Channell, a Notary Public in and for Montgomery County, Tennessee, at the office of Chas. V. Runyon in the Glen Building, in Clarksville, Tennessee, to be read as evidence upon a trial in this cuse. Present C. B. Lyle, solicitor for complainants, and Chas. V. Runyon, Guardian ad Litem. Exceptions reserved for competency and relevancy. It is further stipulated that the name of the witness may be signed by stenographer taking the deposition. All parties reserve the right ot recall the deponent for futher examination.

      MRS. ETHEL JACKSON, Being duly sworn, deposed as follows:

      DIRECT EXAMINATION BY CHAS. V. RUNYON

      Q. Your are Mrs. Ethel Jackson?
      A. Yes.
      Q. Who was your husband?
      A. Hadley Jackson.
      Q. Who were his father and mother?
      A. Buck Jackson and Mrs. Florence Jackson.
      Q. Was Mrs. Florence Jackson the owner of the property described in the original bill in the suit of Buford Jackson, et al. vs. Sidney Jackson, et al.?
      A. Yes.
      Q. When did she die?
      A. She died last June.
      Q. Do you know whether she owed any debts at the time of her death?
      A. No, she didn't owe no one but the doctor's bill, was all she owed, just doctor's bill.
      Q. Have the funeral expenses been paid?
      A. No. She owed the funeral and doctor's bills. I think it is $132.00, to the best I can remember, is what is against it.
      Q. Did she leave a will?
      A. No.
      Q. Do you know how she got title to this property?
      A. Well, I just can't answer that. I don't know. It was left by her husband, through, I guess.
      Q. Who are her heirs?
      A. Well, her children are her heirs, aren't they?
      Q. Yes.
      A. Buford Jackson and Venie Evans and Winnie Reeves and Hadley Jackson, my husband.
      Q. She had four children?
      A. Yes.
      Q. And those you named are her four children?
      A. Yes.
      Q. Buford Jackson is still living?
      A. Yes.
      Q. And Winnie Reeves is her daughter and she is still living?
      A. Yes.
      Q. And Venie Evans is her daughter and she is still living?
      A. Yes.
      Q. And her fourth child was Hadley Jackson, who was your husband?
      A. Yes.
      Q. When did he die?
      A. He died about 5 years ago, something like that.
      Q. How many children have you, Mrs. Jackson?
      A. Four.
      Q. They are all Hadley Jackson's children?
      A. Yes.
      Q. You have never been married but the one time?
      A. No.
      Q. And what are the names of your children, and their ages?
      A. Sidney Jackson, age 14, Ernest Jackson is the next one and he will be 11 his birthday. Q. Just give his age what he is now?
      Q. Yes.
      A. He is 10. Earl Jackson, he is 8, and Omie here is just 6. (this would imply that Omie is in his mother's lap during the deposition)
      Q. These four children live with you?
      A. Yes.
      Q., Where are you living now?
      A. I am working at Mr. Sam Broome's.
      Q. In what district?
      A. In the 19th district of this county?
      Q. Do you believe this is about as good a time as another to sell this property that Mrs. Florence Jackson owned?
      A. Yes. I think it is just as good a time just to let it go.
      Q. Would it be practical to divide that property up among the heirs?
      A. I don't think it would, because of the water, it is all at one end, and the buildings are all at one end, and I don't think they could divide it satisfactorily. There ain't enough to divide among four, it is not big enough for that, and none ain't able to pay the debts.
      Q. None of the children would be able to pay the debts, even if it could be divided?
      A. No, that's the trouble, And
      Q. And anyway, because of the way the property is situated in regard to the water and buildings, it wouldn't be practical to divide it?
      A. No, I don't think it would.
      Q. So you think the best thing to do is to go ahead and sell and pay the debts and what is left beyond that, to divide it out?
      A. Yes.
      Q. You understand that your children together will be entitled to one-fourth of what is left after payment of the debts and expenses?
      A. Yes.
      Q. And you know from conditions that won't be very much?
      A. Yes, I know it can't be.
      AND FUTHER DEPONENT SAYETH NOT.
      Cross examination waived.

      Mrs. Ethel Jackson (signature by Stenographer)
      By Frances Lewis(signature of Stenographer)
      Stenographer.
      Sworn to and subscribed before me, this November 14, 1931.

      Lena Channell (signature)
      Notary Public



    3. [S63471] State of Tennessee, State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Birth Certificate, State of Tennessee, (Certificate of Birth ), File C64048, #482, Registration District No. 646, Primary Registation District No. 18, Montgomery County.
      Ernest Steward Jackson, born August 28, 1920, parents Hadley Jackson, and Ethel Hunt

    4. [S15762] Montgomery Co., Tennessee Marriage, 804.
      Volume 36

    5. [S63496] State of Tennessee, Marriage Certificate, Montgomery County, Clerk of the County Court, (Marriage Cetificate), Book 61, Page 373.
      This Certifies that Ernest Jackson Age 22 and Virginia Crockett Age 19 were united in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony by James J. Broome, J. P., on the 28th day of February in the year of our Lord 1943 as appears of record in my office in Marriage Record, Book 61 page 373 This 15th day of June 1988. Wilma K. Drye, Clerk of County Court.