All GPR entries for the surname JACKSON
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A name listed within double quotes is either a nickname or pet name.
If a person you searching for is not listed then have a look at the alternative spellings of the surname JACKSON by looking at all the surnames starting with the letters J.
If that fails then use the Full Name Search with just the surname JACKSON.This will give you similar names as well as entries for maiden and family names.
About the JACKSON names held within the GPR
This page contains a list of all the entries for the surname, maiden and family name JACKSON that are held within the Gravestone Photographic Resource online database. It is quite likely that there are also entries available for alternative spellings of this name. It is very easy for you to check to see if there are any alternative spellings: you just need to look at the page that shows all the names listed under the starting letter (J in this case) of the surname you are interested in.
The JACKSON name may also be found within either maiden or family names stored within the GPR.
If you click on a particular name or GPR reference number above you will see details of what information is held for that particular grave monument. If there is a high quality image available then you will be able to order a free copy of it.
If you click on a particular church, parish or town name above then you will see details of all the grave monument images that are available for that particular location.
If there is a blank in the relationship column above then it means that this person is the first named individual on the grave monument.
If you are interested in ordering a number of different images from different graves monuments, it may help if you list in grave order so that everyone mentioned on the same monument are listed together.
Please note that all ages and dates of birth listed in the above list that are shown in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.
You should treat the calculated dates of birth with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate.
The dates and ages on many monuments are also often hard to read.
It is therefore important to use the dates as guides as they may be incorrect.
The same person may appear many times in the above list.
This is because a person can easily be listed on many different monuments.
For instance, a person could be listed on their own grave as well as on the gravestone monuments of their children and their spouse.
Occasionally names will be duplicated because the monument has in error been photographed and indexed twice.
Where a relationship is shown as unknown, this usually means that parts of the monument are illegible and relationship cannot be read.
Where no relationship is given this means that this is normally the first name on the monument.
All the relationships on any particular monument relate to this first named individual.
If there is no burial date then it is likely that they are not buried at this location.
Please note that the GPR records ALL names on monuments.
All comment /feedback /help requests within the Gravestone Photographic Resource for the name JACKSON
Family Matters - JACKSON- AND EXTENDED FAMILIES
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Thank you for the quick response to my request. It all adds to the jigsaw of family research! Will definitely use again.
Gravestone photo request
Thank you so much for the prompt response in sending me a clear image of my great grandparentsâ€™ gravestone from Christchurch Barnton Cemetery. This is a fantastic resource and I really appreciate you taking the time to reply to me on a Sunday evening. Thank you.
William Thomas Jackson
Many thanks for your prompt reply. Photo is a great addition to my research.
Wonderful site. Thank You.
Just discovered this wonderful website and have found pictures of three ancestors graves. Thank you for the wonderful pictures will most definitely recommend the site to others researching their family history.
I was particularly taken with the quality of the images. As
I was particularly taken with the quality of the images. As a keen photographer I know just how hard it can be to ensure that pictures are sharp and detail is readable, and that the photographer is not in the image.
really useful thankyou very much
Looking for extra information ..
Thought gravestones might contain extra information on the family.Gilbert Jackson was buried with his wife Frances. At least I am guessing who the lady is as he married a Frances.Many thanks for the prompt service etc.
memorial in Hartfield Church
I am full of praise for the vision, generosity of spirit and umpteen years of work that have gone into creating and running this wonderful information service.
Its short cut to Henry Jackson's memorial is helpful to me because I am writing up a booklet for the Friends of Woodbury Park Cemetery Tunbridge Wells about the Hale family.. His widow Charlotte Cecilia had a life interest in Holly Hill and remained there for the next 40 years with her second husband Bernard Hale. He was among other things the barrister whose carefully documented legal opposition to Lord de la Warr's encroachments on Ashdown Forest led to the protected permanent access there enjoyed today by the public. There are Hale memorials in Holy Trinity Colemans Hatch and of course there are the Hale almshouses at Kidds Hill. Mostly due to trickle down from the wealth of HHJ.
Bernard and Charlotte are buried in Woodbury Park Cemetery and we have just cleaned up their memorial there along with those of the other Hales buried there.
Thank you for your very much appreciated photographs
Thank you for your very much appreciated photographs
Samuel Jackson Grave.Thank you for the photograph unfortunately I just can't read the inscription .
Samuel Jackson is who I'm researching died in Bury St. Edmunds 1836 born about 1759. Sadly I can't read the gravestone . Many thanks anyway
Adam Watson Jackson
Thank you so much for your fast response. Wonderful to be able to view the details of so many of my husband's family; great grandparents Adam Watson & Edith Jackson. What a terrific service you provide.
I just wanted to say thank you to the lady who took the photos and the other [people behind the site.
Damaged gravestone for Elizabeth Jackson
Believe the gravestone for George Jackson who died in 1820 is my 4th great-grandfather but really wanted to see the date for his widow, Elizabeth, but it is too damaged. I particularly wanted to see it because she was supposed to be giving birth in 1816 to my 3rd great-grandmother, Ann, and I am concerned she was 66 when she died so am hoping she was a lot younger than her husband and died a lot later than him as well!
A great website, providing a great service.
Many thanks for the photograph of my Great Grandfather's grave memorial. A trifle difficult for me to actually visit the site from Australia, so this was the next best thing.
Thank you, it is valuable info for my family history project
Thank you, it is valuable info for my family history project, it is important to have correct dates
Fantastic Gravestone site. Proved very useful to my History. Thanks
Thanks very much for your resource. It is much appreciated.
Thanks very much for your resource. It is much appreciated. Really helped with my Proctor research.
Just to say Thank You so much for the image.
Have 2 of my wifes relatives buried at Rose Hill , Cantley Lane, Cantley, Doncaster : Annie Susannah Jackson died 20 Dec 1981 and her husband Albert Rowland Jackson died Dec qtr 1952 buried here as well. Plot numbers are available at the office but will not tell me on the phone ? Can anyone help
How can I tick the contact field
I meant to tick the 'contact me' field, but was too quick for myself and finished the request before I remembered to do so. Can it be ticked now?
Thank you for sending me the picture of my great-grandads and his brothers plaque in side the church. I know him, his brother, sister in law and his parents are buried beside the curch and am going to visit it soon. Again, thank you
Thank you for such a great resource. I live in Australia so cannot go to see my ancestors resting places myself,it is lovely that someone cares enough about history that these gravstones are documented.Many thanks again.
entry submitted by elaine papagianopoulos
on: 03/03/2013 09:38 GMT ........ contact this person
Thank you for your help with this work. I am most anxious to get any kind of information about my grandmother, Ceta Johnson. I know very little about her, not having met her. I know nothing about her family except that they owned a shop on Highstreet in Wetherby.
entry submitted by I. Barbara McCowan jackson
on: 02/07/2012 07:15 GMT ........ contact this person
Thanks from Australia
Many years ago our son gave us a small, beautifully illustrated book by a gentleman named Ernest W Jackson of Harrogate. The artistry of the work is absolutely beautiful and I've always wished to know more about this gentleman. Now, thanks to a Google search and the amazing web site set up by Charles Sale, I'm in possession of a photo of Ernest's headston with the additional information of a lady I assume to be his wife. This has of course ensured that I will try to learn more about him and his life up to his date of death, 1918. Perhaps he died during the First World war. Thank you so much Charles, and if anyone is looking for photos of ancestor's gravestones/burial plots in Queensland, Australia, I would be very happy to help if at all possible.
This is an excellent service and so helpful, Many thanks and much appreciated.
Charles provides a wonderful service and for family history researchers an invaluable resource. Thank you so much Charles your work is very much appreciated.