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Between 1620 and 1621 - Abt 1684 (~ 64 years)
||Robert Jackson |
||Between 1620 and 1621
||Hempstead, Queens Co., LI, NY
Robbins, Oscar Burton, History of the Jackson Family of Hempstead, Long
Island, NY, Ohio and Indiana; descendants of Robert and Agnes Washburne
Jackson, (Loveland, CO: 1951) has the following regarding Robert Jackson
the emmigrant ancestor of this JACKSON line:
Robert Jackson 91620-84) of England, settled at Stamford, Conn., removed
to Hempstead, Long Island, 1620. Magistrate many years, Indian
Commissioner, married 1644?, Agnes Washburn ca 1624-1683. [no author
cited found in Denver Public Library]
Robert Jackson born in Scotland in 1621. In 1643 he came to Boston,
Mass., died in Hempstead, Long Island. He was the father of the
succeeding generations, John , James , Joseph , Benjamin ,
Ziba , Chalon , and Lyman  my father. [Lottie Pearl (Jackson)
Williford - July 1950]
He was a Deputy from Hempstead, with his highness, Deputy Gov., Mar. 1,
1664-5, [Bolton's History, vol. II pp 405-6; History of Greenwich
536-7; Documentary History of the early Colonial Settlements of New
York, vol. 14, Old Series, p. 565; 10 NY Gen. & Biog. Record p. 13 [James
FAMILY RECORDS AS COMPILED
||1 Mar 2014 |
||Agnes Washburne, b. Abt 1624, d. Abt 1680 (Age ~ 56 years) |
||Abt 1644 
| ||1. Samuel Jackson, d. UNKNOWN|
| ||2. Sarah Jackson, d. UNKNOWN|
| ||3. Martha Jackson, d. UNKNOWN|
| ||4. John Jackson, b. Between 1645 and 1650, Hempstead, Queens Co., LI, NY , d. Bef 6 Dec 1725, Queens Co., Ny (Age ~ 80 years)|
||1 Mar 2014 |
- [S013523] Long Island Genealogies, Bunker, Mary Powell, (Reprint. Originally published: Albany, NY: J. Munsell's Sons, 1895).