James Jackson born abt 1760 South Carolina married Ann in South Carolina

James Jackson that indicated in 1804 that he was from Barnwell County.  His first child, Sarah was born 1789 and his second daughter, Elizabeth was born 1800. In 1804 they went by wagon to Louisiana. The 1800 daughter Elizabeth died in 1887 and the verbal family hustory is, she remembered making that trip. My ancestor is the first daughter, Sarah, born 1789.

Rev. War record: He served as a Lieutenant in the South Carolina Militia during 1781, 1782. and 1783 under Capt. Joseph Calhoun. He also served as a lieutenant under Col. Grassett. Rev. War record says he was from Barnwell County South Carolina.

I have looked and copied 1790 and 1800 Barnwell County census. I am in the process of sorting that out.

We know he went by wagons to Louisiana when daughter Elizabeth was 4 years old.

James is on 1820 census St.Helena Parish Louisiana.

James is on 1830 census St.Helena Parish Louisiana. Age between 1760 and 1770.

Received a Spainish land Grant 1809 Feliciana Parish.

Claim in St. Helena Parish 500 acres 1806.

Claim in St. Helena Parish 1808.

Will 1817 St.Helena Parish.

New will 1832.

1833 Died and will recorded.

Buried in Jackson-Bridges Cemetery.

Children:

  1. Sarah born 1789 South Carolina
  2. Elizabeth born 4-June 1800
  3. Nancy born Louisiana
  4. Lavania born Louisiana

A James Jackson obtained a Georgia passport to travel to Mississippi in 1803. It says he was from Barnwell County. I believe that was my James Jackson. I found a Winton County deed that refers to a James Jackson and a James Jackson Jr. It is Winton Barnwell County Deed Book 1-A

14-July 1789, John Brazell of Winton County, to James Jackson, for L 50 sterling, tract on Upper Three Ruins, between Toms branch and Stamp branch, granted to Lewis Weathersby, and conveyed to Hannah Conway, 5 June 1786, 40 acres... John Brazell (Seal) Wit: James Jackson Junr., Jacob Brazell. Proved by James Jackson Junr., 4 August 1790.. Recorded 23 Nov 1790.

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