Children: All were baptized on the same
day, April 8, 1822
?Speculation: Rebecca possibly died 1822/23 - Philip sold land in 1823 & again in 1824. In each case there was no wife's relinquishment of dower as there was in 1814 when he & Rebecca sold property which may indicate Rebecca died 1822/23. And since all the children were baptized the same day in 1822 maybe she wanted to see her children baptized before she died.
before 1804 - There were two conspicuous Jacksons who were in Spanish Territory before 1804, date of the Louisiana Purchase. They were William Jackson, whose landgrant was assigned to John Byrd [Mo. LCM 1:242; 4:27, 273] of Cape Girardeau, & Elliott Jackson, who, in 1821, bought government land [Mo. LDO 1:26:22] in the Nathaniel Cook settlement -- now St. Francois County.
23 June 1813 - Know all men by these presents that I Henry Padget of the Territory of Missouri this day granted bargained & sold unto Philip Jackson of the territory above written & by these presents do grant bargain & sell unto the said Jackson in & for the consideration of $500 to me in hand paid a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the county of Ste. Genevieve & bounded as follows (viz) bounded on Andrew Baker, Ezekiel Eastus, John Sta???, & Wm. Patterson & confirmed by the board of commissions ??? Henry Padget sd. land I warrant & defend with all its appurtenances from me & my heirs or any person claiming under me forever to the said Philip Jackson his heirs & assigns in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 23 June 1813. Teste: Robert A. Logan, James Logan, David Logan. Henry X Pagdet (his mark) This is to certify that the within witness James Logan & David Logan came personally before me the undersigned Justice of the Peace in & for the township of St. Michael & county of Ste. Genevieve & made oath that Henry Padget acknowledged the within to be his voluntary act & deed for the purposes therein contained given under my hand in the aforesaid 17th day of July 1813. Wm. Dillon J.P. Received & recorded under date 19 December 1813 - [Henry Padget was married to Rebecca Baker daughter of Andrew Baker. Henry & Rebecca were married in 1797. On their way to Ste. Genevieve to get married they were Robbed Naked by Indians.]
18 June 1814 - Philip Jackson & Rebecca his wife of Washington Co., Big River T. to James Bryan. Deed for sale of property on which they now live. 300 arpents bounded on NW by land of James Bryan, S by Ezekial Estes, E by Isaac Baker, granted & confirmed to Henry Padgett by board of Commissions for Territory of Mo.
15 April, 1815 - Philip Jackson was a Missouri Ranger during the War of 1812. On April 15, 1815 Philip was commissioned as first lieutenant of Capt. Nathaniel Robbins' (Third) company of the 2nd Battalion, Eighth Regiment, of Missouri Volunteers, militia then known as Missouri Rangers. (Carter, Territorial papers xv: 85)
9 May, 1820 - (St. Louis Deeds I:201), Philip Jackson purchases lot in St. Louis, Village of Florissant, St. Ferdinand T. Deed states Philip is resident of St. Louis. Philip Jackson acquired a tract consisting of lots in the Village of Florissant from Amable St. Cyn & his wife, Marie (nee Baudoin). Jackson paid $300 for the two village lots, 150 French feet frontage by 300 French feet in depth, across the street from Widow Catherine Baudoin. Paul Desjarlais' property bounded this lot on the east. The deed was witnessed by Louis Ouvre & Rev. Thomas R. Musick, a Baptist preacher from nearby Maiais des Lairds (Bridgeton), & filed for record the following day. Jackson's family lived at Florissant for about three years. However, no more children, if any, were baptized at the Catholic Church. Furthermore, there is no burial record at the Catholic cemetery for Rebecca (Baker) Jackson.
28 Oct. 1822 - Purchased by Philip Jackson, formerly owned by Daniel Dunklin. Dwelling west of the Academy - 13 acres & house in which Jacob Lightner now lives. 27 Nov. 1822 Tax auction - Mine A Breton, WashCoMo
13 Aug. 1823 - Philip Jackson, purchaser - Jefferson Co., Mo. - On 4th day of Nov. in Mine A Breton a parcel of land on NE side of Breton Creek property of Moses Austin bounded on E by James Austin, W by lands claimed by representatives of Depestre Demun, N by John Rice Jones. 25 acres where Madam Dicell now lives. Sold at tax Auction 4 Nov. 1823
26 August, 1823 - (St. Louis Deeds L:416), Philip Jackson sold his lot(s) in Florissant to Philip Munday for $200. Both Jackson & Munday were cited as residents of Washington County, Missouri, where the deed itself was executed. B. Green & James Thoburn witnessed the transaction, which was attested to by Washington County Justice of the Peace Henry Shurlds. St. Louis Recorder of Deeds Archibald Gamble entered it in his books about a month later, September 27, 1823. No wife's relinquishment of dower.
1 March 1824 - Philip Jackson of WashCoMo purchases land from Amos C. & Susan Shook of WashCoMo 2 tracts of land in St. Francois Co. (Amos Shook had received it from Andrew Miller - Collector of WashCoMo) 100 acres on road from Potosi to Ste. Genevieve; other tract N end of Sec. 1, T37N, R1E & T38N bordering Big River. 186 acres more or less
6 Sept. 1824 - Philip Jackson of WashCoMo sells lot on NE side of Breton Creek to Wm. & John Perry. Madam Dicell still resident - no wife's relinquishment of dower
1830 census for Cole Co., Mo.
20 July, 1830 - (St. Francois County Deeds A: 403), Philip Jackson "of the County of Cole," sold his "right, title, interest & claim" to 184 acres in Perry Township, St. Francois County , "it being a part of the original claim of Isaac Doggett, dec'd" for $184 to John, William & Thomas Doggett, also heirs of Isaac Doggett. Perry T., bounded on N & E by Big River lands of James Morrison, S & W by public land. 184 acres more or less. Witnesses: Isaac Baker & Geo. McGahan [Geo. McGahan was husband of Rachel Doggett. Rachel was sister to Rhoda Doggett Jackson - both were daughters of George Doggett]
24 April, 1832 - on April 24, 1832 (Mo. LDO [Fayette] 3:89:17, 18), Philip Jackson bought two small parcels of land in Cole County. 16.80 acres in Sec. 20 & another of 4.27 acres in Sec. 21, both in T42N, R11W - (this portion of Cole County became Osage when the latter was formed, in 1841).
Died: ?1832 - 1840?
Researched By: Robert E. Parkin & Esther M. Ziock Carroll