A Remarkable Woman Of The Early West

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August 11, 2011

 

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The following children were born to this union John, their only son, and daughters Jane, Mahalley, Margaret Ann, Nancy and Jennie. They were raised in Virginia. Margaret Ann's mother died in 1859 and her father in 1861. Margaret Ann was married to Andrew Jackson on December 16th, 1858. They loved in Broxton County, West Virginia...
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They loved in Broxton County, West Virginia. Andrew Jackson, joined with the Confederate Army and was made Captain of Company B-19th Virginia Cavalry. Mrs. Jackson was ordered north in the fall of 1863. All of her possessions and property were confiscated and she was allowed to take only her two saddle bags of clothing, approximately sixty pounds of baggage...
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