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George Washington Jackson

George Washington Jackson

Male 1859 - 1957  (97 years)

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  • Name George Washington Jackson 
    Born 15 Jul 1859  Near Dresden, Weakley County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Gender Male 
    1880 Census Neosho Twp., Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Emigrated Dec 1875  Arrived in Neosho, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    1900 Census 28 Jun 1900  Neosho Twp., Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    1910 Census 25 Apr 1910  Neosho City, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    1920 Census 13 Jan 1920  Neosho City, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    1930 Census 19 Apr 1930  Neosho City, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Lived Gardner's Station, Weakley County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Misc. Republican Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    HIST 1880 Newton Co., MO Census,
    www.familysearch.com, 1880 United States Census,
    James E. HINTON Self M Male W 31 IL Tinner MD IN,
    Nettie T. HINTON Wife M Female W 26 TN Keeping House TN TN,
    Geo. W. JACKSON Boarder S Male W 20 TN Engineer TN TN,
    Census Place: Neosho, Newton, Missouri, Family History Library Film: 1254706, NA Film Number: T9-0706, Page Number: 543D.

    1900 Newton Co., MO Census, Neosho Twp., S.D. 13, E.D. 108, Sheet No. 19/151A
    28 June 1900 by Allen House
    line 26, 355/355 JACKSON, George Head July 1860 39 M 18 Tennessee Virginia Virginia
    Ida Wife Dec. 1861 39 M 18 7/7 Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Floid son June 1894 16 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Jessey daughter Dec. 1886 13 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Everitt son Apr 1889 11 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri, Wane son Oct. 1891 8 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Rex son Oct. 1894 5 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Percy son Jan. 1896 3 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Pauline son July 1899 10/12 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri.

    1910 Newton Co., MO Census, Neosho Twp
    Neosho City, 1st Ward, S.D. 13, E.D. 129, Sheet No. 13B
    25 April 1910 by HT Bales, Park Street
    line 69, 317/325 JACKSON, G.W. Head MW 50 M1 27 Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Gardener/own garden
    Ida V. Wife FW 49 M1 27 Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Floyd M. Son MW 25 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri Clerk/Post Office
    Everitt B. son MW 20 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri Carrier/Rural Route
    G. Wayne Son MW 18 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Reginald D. son MW 16 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Percy R. Son MW 13 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri
    Dollie Pauline daughter FW 11 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri.

    1920 Newton Co., MO Census,
    Neosho City, S.D. 13, E.D. 148, Sheet #16A/165A,
    13 January 1920 by J.S. Sutherland,
    Cemetery Road,
    384/409 JACKSON, George W. Head 60 TN TN TN Farmer,
    Ida Wife 58 MO MO MO,
    Jessie Mae Daughter Divorced 31 MO TN MO Needlework,
    Everitt Son Divorced 29 MO TN MO Mail carrier,
    Percy Son 22 MO TN MO Home Laborer,
    Georgia Grand Daughter 4 9/12 MO MO MO,
    George owned his own farm, which was mortgaged.

    1930 Newton Co., MO Census,
    Neosho City, Ward No. 1,
    E.D. 73-11, S.D. 15, Sheet No. 17A/140A,
    April 19, 1930 by R.H. Moore,
    line 3, 567/567 JACKSON, George W. Head 0 10000 R MW 70 M 23 no yes Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Truck farmer/agricultural,
    Ida V. wife-H FW 69 M 21 no yes Missouri Tennessee Missouri,
    Jessie M. Daughter FW 43 S no yes Missouri Tennessee Missouri,
    Georga I. G.Daughter FW 14 S yes yes Missouri Missouri Un. U.S. 
    Occupation engineer, postal worker Find all individuals with events at this location  [11, 12
    Religion Cumberland Presbyterian, later Methodist Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    Died 10 Mar 1957  725 Park Street, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Buried 13 Mar 1957  Gibson Cemetery, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [15
    Person ID I6115  Our Genealogy
    Last Modified 6 Apr 2012 

    Father Robert William Jackson,   b. 18 Jan 1829, Obion County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Nov 1912, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years) 
    Mother Lucy C. Everett,   b. 12 Mar 1832, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1873, Weakley County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 40 years) 
    Married 24 Aug 1849  Tennessee? Kentucky? Find all individuals with events at this location  [16
    Family ID F2842  Group Sheet

    Family Ida Viola Boyd,   b. 14 Feb 1861, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 May 1946, at home, Corner of Park St. and Cemetery Road, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 85 years) 
    Married 1 May 1882  Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [17, 18, 19
    Children 
     1. Floyd Maine Jackson,   b. 17 Jun 1883, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Aug 1957, Sale Memorial Hospital, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
     2. Jessie Mae Jackson,   b. 24 Dec 1886, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Feb 1969, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
     3. Everitt Boyd Jackson,   b. 30 Apr 1889, Neosho, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Aug 1961, Sale Memorial Hospital, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     4. George Wayne "Wayne" Jackson,   b. 11 Oct 1891, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Dec 1978, probably Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years)
     5. Reginald Dillard "Rex" Jackson,   b. 16 Oct 1894, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Feb 1967, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     6. Percy Raymond "Perce" Jackson,   b. 29 Jan 1897, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jan 1997, Missouri Veterans Home, Mt. Vernon, Lawrence Co., Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 100 years)
     7. Dollie Pauline "Pauline" Jackson,   b. 4 Jul 1899, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Nov 1996, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 97 years)
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2014 
    Family ID F2859  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    George and Everitt Jackson, with Rob
    George and Everitt Jackson, with Rob
    George and Ida Boyd Jackson
    George and Ida Boyd Jackson

  • Notes 
    • George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "Their first home was corner of McCord and College Streets. Father worked in his Uncle Sam Jackson Flour Mill on College Street. He lived with Uncle Sam from the time he came from Tenn. as a small boy until he was married. The next year after marriage he built a house at the corner of Hill and College St., moving there when Floyd was three months old. Jessie, Everitt, Wayne, Reginold, Percy and Pauline were born there. In 1899, bought a tract of land, about 10 acres on East Park St. & Freeman Road, moving there when Pauline was three months old."

      George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "He was a staunch Republican, always working for his party. Never missed voting. His first vote for President, was vote for President Garfield. He received a letter of commendation from President Eisenhower for his steadfastness and life long faithfulness to the Republican Party."

      Letter of Floyd M. Jackson, 10 April 1942, "My father, George W. (Washington) began work when about 14 years old for Uncle Sam in the brick mill. Had very little chance to go to school but like his father was a good singer. Played bass drum in town band and was ? ?. He lived + worked here (Neosho- balance of his life."

      George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "After Uncle Sam sold the Flour Mill, father worked in grocery stores, for a short time, had a dray service to Frisco depot, sold washing machines, then back to grocery business. At one time had his own grocery store on south side of the square; worked at Keller Bros. Grocery many years, then had a Vegetable Garden and raised strawberries. At one time had five acres of strawberries. While delivering groceries near Central School, he heard a woman screaming her two year old daughter had fallen in the well, he jumped in the well and held the little girl above the water until neighbors brought a ladder and he brought the little one up. He was a substitute mail carrier. Hobbies raising bees and whittling. Played drums in Neosho Band."

      "Their first home was corner of McCord and College Streets. Fatherworked in his Uncle Sam Jackson Flour Mill on College Street. He livedwith Uncle Sam from the time he came from Tenn. as a small boy until hewas married.
      "The next year after marriage he built a house at the corner of Hilland
      College St., moving there when Floyd was three months old. Jessie,Everitt, Wayne,
      Reginold, Percy and Pauline were born there.
      "In 1899, bought a tract of land, about 10 acres on East Park St. &Freeman Road, moving there when Pauline was three months old.
      "Our father was a Cumberland Presbyterian when that church wasdisbanded, he joined the Methodist Church. He loved singing in church.
      "After Uncle Sam sold the Flour Mill, father worked in grocerystores, for a short time, had a dray service to Frisco depot, soldwashing machines, then back to grocery business. At one time had his owngrocery store on south side of the square; worked at Keller Bros. Grocerymany years, then had a Vegetable Garden and raised strawberries. At onetime had five acres of strawberries.
      "While delivering groceries near Central School, he heard a womanscreaming her two year old daughter had fallen in the well, he jumped inthe well and held the little girl above the water until neighbors broughta ladder and he brought the little one up.
      "He was a substitute mail carrier.
      "Hobbies raising bees and whittling.
      "Played drums in Neosho Band.
      "He was a staunch Republican, always working for his party. Nevermissed voting. His first vote for President, was vote for PresidentGarfield.
      "He received a letter of commendation from President Eisenhower forhis
      steadfastness and life long faithfulness to the Republican Party."

      Jessie

      "My father George was about 6 years old when his father came to Neosho. Afew years
      after the close of the Civil War + after his Uncle Sam had been here some5 or 6 years.
      They came here by ox team via Cape Girardea, Rolla + Springfield. Theirhome was near Gardner Sto - near Union City in Obion Co. Tenn. wheretheir family at one time owned a large amount of good land.

      "My father, George W. (Washington) began work when about 14 years old forUncle Sam in the brick mill. Had very little chance to go to school butlike his father was a good singer. Played bass drum in town band and was? ?. He lived + worked here (Neosho- balance of his life. He wa marriedMay 1, 1882 to Miss Ida V. Boyd (My mother)

      "As I remember by Grandfather's last words the night he died, it ransomething like this
      prayer-

      'O God a father to them be
      and keep them from all harm.
      May they live to worship (or cherish) Thee
      and dwell among thy charm'"

      [signed]

      Floyd M. Jackson
      April-10-1942

  • Sources 
    1. [S2314] George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "Father [George W.] and Uncle Robert, little boys, would hide behind big logs and watch the soldiers march down the Big Road (Civil War).".

    2. [S1369] Robert and Lucy Everett Jackson Family bible, copied by Jessie Mae Jackson.

    3. [S2512] 1880 Newton Co., MO Census, www.familysearch.com, 1880 United States Census, James E. HINTON Self M Male W 31 IL Tinner MD IN, Nettie T. HINTON Wife M Female W 26 TN Keeping House TN TN, Geo. W. JACKSON Other S Male W 20 TN Engi, neer TN TN, Census Place: Neosho, Newton, Missouri, Family History Library Film: 1254706, NA Film Number: T9-0706, Page Number: 543D..

    4. [S2512] 1880 Newton Co., MO Census, 37/37 Henton, James E., 31, M, W, turner, IL; Henton, Nettie F., 26, F, W, keeps house, TN; Jackson, Geo W., 20, M, W, engineer (boarder), TN..

    5. [S2314] George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "Their first home was corner of McCord and College Streets. Father worked in his Uncle Sam Jackson Flour Mill on College Street. He lived with Uncle Sam from the time he came from Tenn. as a small b, oy until he was married. The next year after marriage he built a house at the corner of Hill and College St., moving there when Floyd was three months old.

    6. [S359] 1900 Newton Co., MO Census, Neosho Twp., S.D. 13, E.D. 108, Sheet No. 19/151A, 28 June 1900 by Allen House, line 26, 355/355 JACKSON, George Head July 1860 39 M 18 Tennessee Virginia Virginia, Ida Wife Dec. 1861 39 M 18 7/7 Missouri Tennessee Missouri, Floid son June 1894 16 S Missouri Tennessee Missouri.

    7. [S554] 1910 Newton Co., MO Census, Neosho Twp, Neosho City, 1st Ward, S.D. 13, E.D. 129, Sheet No. 13B, 25 April 1910 by HT Bales, Park Street, line 69, 317/325 JACKSON, G.W. Head MW 50 M1 27 Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Gardener/own garden, Ida V. Wife FW 49 M1 27 Missouri Tennessee Missouri.

    8. [S2775] 1920 Newton Co., MO Census, Neosho City, S.D. 13, E.D. 148, Sheet #16A/165A, 13 January 1920 by J.S. Sutherland, Cemetery Road, 384/409 JACKSON, George W. Head 60 TN TN TN Farmer, Ida Wife 58 MO MO MO, Jessie Mae Daughter Divorced 31 MO TN MO Needlework, Everitt Son Divorced 2, 9 MO TN MO Mail carrier, Percy Son 22 MO TN MO Home Laborer, Georgia Grand Daughter 4 9/12 MO MO MO, Geor.

    9. [S1988] 1930 Newton Co., MO Census, Neosho City, Ward No. 1, E.D. 73-11, S.D. 15, Sheet No. 17A/140A, April 19, 1930 by R.H. Moore, line 3, 567/567 JACKSON, George W. Head 0 10000 R MW 70 M 23 no yes Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Truc, k farmer/agricultural, Ida V. wife-H FW 69 M 21 no yes Missouri Tennessee Missouri, Jessie M. Daughter FW 43 S no yes Missouri Tennessee Missouri, Georga I.

    10. [S2314] George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "He was a staunch Republican, always working for his party. Never missed voting. His first vote for President, was vote for President Garfield. He received a letter of commendation from President E, isenhower for his steadfastness and life long faithfulness to the Republican Party.".

    11. [S1980] 4-10-42, Floyd M. Jackson, "My father, George W. (Washington) began work when about 14 years old for Uncle Sam in the brick mill. Had very little chance to go to school but like his father was a good singer. Played bass dru, m in town band and was ? ?. He lived + worked here (Neosho- balance of his life.".

    12. [S2314] George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "After Uncle Sam sold the Flour Mill, father worked in grocery stores, for a short time, had a dray service to Frisco depot, sold washing machines, then back to grocery business. At one time had hi, s own grocery store on south side of the square; worked at Keller Bros. Grocery many years, then had a Vegetable Garden and raised strawberries. At one tim.

    13. [S2314] George W. Jackson Family Record as written by Jessie Mae Jackson, "Our father was a Cumberland Presbyterian when that church was disbanded, he joined the Methodist Church. He loved singing in church.".

    14. [S2509] Personal comment, T. Anderson Painter, cemetery visit.

    15. [S2509] Personal comment, T. Anderson Painter, Cemetery visit.

    16. [S1369] Robert and Lucy Everett Jackson Family bible, copied by Jessie Mae Jackson, no location given.

    17. [S2298] Talking to Lonnie Jackson, "He married Ida V. Boyd May 1, 1882, to them were born seven children as follows: Floyd M., Jessie Mae, Everett B. George Wayne, Reginald D., Percy R., and Pauline. All seven children living at thi, s time, I was 55 years of age last June 17, 1938.".

    18. [S2573] Boyd Family Marriages in Missouri, Linda Boyd Lawhon, et al, 01 May 1882 Ida V. Boyd m. George Jackson C:258..

    19. [S2509] Personal comment, T. Anderson Painter, Obituary, Neosho Times, 25 May 1946.


 
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