Andrew Jackson, James L. Jackson, Oscar Jackson 


Andrew proved up  a quarter in 15, 6N 49W in 1894.

Oscar Jackson claimed some land in 23, 6N 49W in 1892 with James Seaman as warrantee, and also one in 23 with John White as warrantee, another under his own name in 1892 "Scrip or Nature of Scrip."

There was an Andrew Jackson in Weld County in 1900-1910-1920-1930, born in Canada March 1865,with Nannie October 1873 Missouri.

Nannie May Hensley and Andrew Jackson married March 7, 1894, recorded in Weld County.

Son Merle was born March 4, 1899 and died in Los Angeles May 17, 1956, mother's maiden name Henseley - so that could be related to the Hensley families of southeast Logan County.


James cash-claimed a quarter in 11, 6N 51W in 1891 - that would be about a dozen miles west of Andrew.

It's possible that the James L. Jackson, a landlord, in 1900 Worth County, Missouri, born December 1856 in Illinois. He's married to Hannah August 1858 Iowa, with Martha A. 23, Carrie A. 10. Next household is John Jackson 35 and Elizaeth 37 with two kids. FAther James Jackson born May 1828 in Ohio is with John,.

Hannah (Mendenhall) Jackson 1858-1926 is buried in Worth County # 41327480, with daughter Martha Lamb in the same cemetery.

Charles C. Jackson married Cora C. Cain on August 28, 1900 in Worth County, father James L. Jackson giving consent.

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