Jackson Plantation

OVERVIEW

Location: Autauga County, Alabama
Date Constructed/ Founded: not determined
Associated Surnames: Jackson
Historical Notes: none
Associated Pages: Ellerslie Plantation (Autauga Co., AL); The Elms (Autauga Co., AL)


ASSOCIATED ENSLAVED PERSONS

1832 families: “Big” George and his family; “Big” Jack and his family; “Little” George [To wife Temperance M. Jackson, Will of James Jackson]; Henry (about 15 years old) [To nephew William Jackson of Georgia, Will of James Jackson]

1860: 136 slaves [1860 Federal Slave Schedule, C.M. Jackson estate, Robinson Springs, Autauga Co., AL]

ASSOCIATED FREE PERSONS

Jackson family: James Jackson (b.1773-d.1832) – early settler of Autauga Co., AL (1818); Temperance Motley Jackson (b.1779-d.1862) – wife of J. Jackson; Nancy Daniel (b.1797-d.1858) – daughter of J. and T.M. Jackson; Harriet Clark – daughter of J. and T.M. Jackson; Mary Ann – daughter of J. and T.M. Jackson

Jackson family: General Crawford Motley Jackson (b.1817-d.1860) – son of James and Temperance M. Jackson; owner of Jackson Plantation

The Elms Plantation: Absolom Jackson (b.1805-d.1870) – son of James and Temperance M. Jackson; owner of The ElmsEmma Bolling Hall Jackson – wife of Absolom Jackson (m.1826), daughter of Bolling Hall and Jane Albercrombie of Ellerslie Plantation

Jackson family: Walter Clark Jackson (b.1808-d.1826) – son of James and Temperance M. Jackson, medical doctor; Francis Bibb Saffold Jackson – wife of W.C. Jackson


RESEARCH LEADS AND RECORDS

None noted yet


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

None noted yet


REFERENCES

 

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