from IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PA 1682-1750 , by Myers
Isaac Jackson and his wife, were received 9 m 10, 1725 into the New Garden MM, with a certificate dated 1m 28, 1725, from Carlow MM, County Carlow, Ireland.
Anthony Jackson, born at Eccleston, Parish of St Michael, Lanc., England, moved, in 1649, with his elder Brother, Richard Jackson, sometime soldier in the Parliamentary Army, and settled at Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland. Here they were among the first converts to Quakerism in Ireland, In 1655 they removed to Cavan, where Anthony probably resided the remainder of his life. In 1670, and as late as 1681, he is mentioned in Besse as suffering persecution and imprisonment for non-payment of tithes..
Isaac Jackson (1665-1750), son of Anthony, was married 2m, 29, 1696, at Oldcastle Mtg, Co Meath, to Ann Evans, dau of Rowland Evans of Ballilong, Co Wicklow. After living for some years at Oldcastle and Clonerany, Co Wexford, the removed, about 1706-7 to Ballytore, Co Kildare. From here they moved to Pa, asking passage at Dublin on the Sizargh, and reached New Castle on Delaware, 9m, 11, 1725.The proceeded at once from New Castle to the home of son-in-law Jeremiah Starr, who had married daughter, Rebecca, at Ballytore, 11m, 10, 1716.
from New Garden MM records included in IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PA 1692-1750, by Myers;
Isaac Jackson and wife, received 9, 8mo 1725, from Carlow MM, Co Carlow, Ireland.
Isaac Jackson 1665-1750, son of Anthony, was married 2m 29 1696 at Oldcastle Mtg, Co Meath, to Ann Evans, dau of Rowland Evans of Balliloing Co, Wicklow. The moved ca 1706-7 to Ballytore, Kildare Co...and from there to Pa, taking passage at Dublin on the Sizargh, reaching New Castle 0 mo 11, 1725...the moved at once to the home of a son in law, Jeremiah Starr, who had married a daughter, Rebecca, at Ballytore 11 m 10 1716 and had settled in London Grove twp, Chester Co.
JACKSON, ISAAC. Londongrove. Weaver.January 20, 1749/50. May 29, 1751. C. 286.To son Thomas £10. To son John and 2 daughters Alice Gibson and Mary Windle £32 each. To my 7 grandchildren, viz., Anne Moore and Isaac, Jeremiah, Moses, Alice, Rebecca and Mary Starr £5 each. To son William's 2 sons Isaac and James mare and colt and to his wife Catherine, bed. To son William remainder of estate real and personal, also Executor. Wit: Samuel Morton, John Clark.