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Jackson family Oxford

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Reggie Report 3 Mar 2013 21:58

The rank of Gunner is accorded to a soldier serving with the Royal Artillery....not a member of the Ordnance Corps


Sonya Report 3 Mar 2013 13:26

Thank You. I have looked on the CWGC site and there are many Charles Jackson entries. I do not know his reg. number all I have is a reference under the newspaper cutting giving AOC which I presume to be Army Ordnance Corps. I could not find his signing up form either (I found this for some of the others) This is handy as it gives the RegNumber. There is one C Jackson Gunner 695554 killed in action 1917. How can I check this ? sonya


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 22:40

Well, the evidence disproves the 'stories'

Don't take anything at face value........check it out.

If Charles Den(n)is isn't on the CWGC site, he wasn't a casualty of the War......

And have you done anything yet about contacting the other GR members?


Sonya Report 2 Mar 2013 15:27

Reggie I am sorry about this. The family gave us to understand that these men were casualties of war and none of the family knew of their wherabouts so I searched the casualties lists. I still think Charles Dennis Jackson may have not returned. He was quite old for service wasnt he? sonya


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 14:22

Marriages Mar 1945 (>99%)
Jackson Stella L Parsons Reading 2c 973
Parsons Arthur R Jackson Reading 2c 973


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 14:18

Marriages Jun 1905 (>99%)
Collins Mabel Kate Headington 3a 1796
JACKSON Charles Denis Headington 3a 1796

Births Sep 1911 (>99%)
Jackson Doris F Collins Cirencester 6a 711
Surname First name(s) Mother District Vol Page
Births Sep 1914 (>99%)
Jackson Stella L Collins Cirencester 6a 694


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 14:14

Don't you use freebmd, Sonya?

Deaths Sep 1950 (>99%)
Jackson Horace L 60 Oxford 6b 729

And don't forget to look in 'search all trees'....................


Sonya Report 2 Mar 2013 14:01

Thank you. I will amend my records.


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:58

There are two GR members with Horace in their trees.

That should always be the first place you look in searches such as this


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:50


head Thomas Jackson M 30 Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
wife Sarah Jackson F 26 Birfield, Berkshire, England
daughter Emily Jackson F 8 Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
daughter Sarah Jackson F 6 Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
son Thomas Jackson M 4 Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
son Charles Jackson M 2 Oxford, Oxfordshire, England

You'll need to use the correct birth year when searching for HORACE - as per 1911 census posted above

Births Jun 1890 (>99%)

Jackson Horace Lovell Oxford 3a 806


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:48

1911 census

Person: JACKSON, Charles Denis Address: Quenington Fairford Gloucestershire

JACKSON, Charles Denis Head Married M 32 1879 Shoemaker And Repairer Oxford St BE VIEW
JACKSON, Mabel Kate Wife Married5 years F 26 1885 Worcester Haymills Birmingham VIEW
JACKSON, Mabel Daughter F 4 1907 Staff Stickford Birmingham VIEW


Sonya Report 2 Mar 2013 13:45

Thank you..I will check that one out.. He didnt live long after his discharge unfit then. That leaves Charles D Jackson, Horace L Jackson and Arthur Jackson to find. Thank you again..sonya


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:44

Births Jun 1879 (>99%)
Jackson Charles Dennis Oxford 3a 717


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:43

Have you looked for births to get full info about their forenames?


Potty Report 2 Mar 2013 13:37

Herbert's Service record is on Ancestry - he joined i 1914 and was discharged in 1915 as medically unfit:

Name: Herbert Leonard Jackson
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1893
Age at enlistment: 21
Birth Parish: S Pauls
Birth County: Oxfordshire
Document Year: 1914
Regimental Number: 14501
Regiment Name: 19 Cranham Terrace Oxford
Number of images: 5

Possibly his death record:

England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2006
about Herbert L Jackson
Name: Herbert L Jackson
Birth Date: abt 1893
Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1918
Age at Death: 25
Registration district: Woodstock
Inferred County: Oxfordshire
Volume: 3a
Page: 2373


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:34

If this is the family in least one of your dates is incorrect

1911 census

Person: JACKSON, Sarah Address: 19 Cranham Terrace Oxford

JACKSON, Sarah Head Married F 60 1851 Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, Arthur Son Single M 24 1887 Upholsterer Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, William Son Single M 22 1889 Cycle Builder Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, Horace Son Single M 20 1891 Labourer Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, Herbert Son Single M 18 1893 Bootmaker Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, Rosy Daughter Single F 16 1895 Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, James Son Single M 14 1897 Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, Ethel Daughter Single F 13 1898 Oxford VIEW
JACKSON, Maud Daughter Single F 12 1899 Oxford VIEW


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:30

Look at the CWGC posted above

Are you actually related?

I hope you've looked in 'search all trees'.....................


Sonya Report 2 Mar 2013 13:15

Ok...I have a photo from Oxford paper in 1915 of 6 sons of Mrs Sarah Jackson all serving in war.

James RMLI 1895
William 2/4 OBLI 1889
Herbert Leonard 8th OBLI 1893
Arthur H... RFC 1887
Charles D ..Army Ordnance Corps 1879
Horace L RE 1880

William and James I think I have found marriages for after WW1


Reggie Report 2 Mar 2013 13:05

If they died in service, you will find the records on the following FREE site

And, please take a moment to read your post...............would you be able to help if you were one of us?


Sonya Report 2 Mar 2013 12:45

I am looking for any Jackson from Oxford who survived WW1 or died in service.