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# Document Description
 1 Obituary of Timothy Gilbert Death Comes to Relief of Mr Timothy Gilbert is an obituary from the Manassa Free Press, Manassa, Conejos County, Colorado, Volume 3, Number 48, May 15, 1914. Timothy was born on August 27, 1834 in Gt. Cheverell, England. He married Johanne Stoutz on November 30, 1879 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Johanne was born on December 28, 1852 in Feldballe, Denmark. He died on May 12, 1914.
 2 Mountain View Branch Notes Notes from the Mountain View, Colorado Branch of the LDS chruch as reported in the Record of Members, 1888-1915.  It reads: “Mountain View Branch was organized sometime in the Winter or Spring of 1889 with Timothy Gilbert as Presiding Elder.  He presided over the Branch till a Conference hel[d] in Manassa March the 7th 1891 at which time he was honorable released.  Mountain View Sunday School was first organized by stake Supt Wm Christensen in the winter or spring of 1889 with Joseph Draper Supt.  He was Supt. till Sept 27th 1891.”  Timothy was born on August 27, 1834 in Gt. Cheverell, England. He married Johanne Stoutz on November 30, 1879 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and he passed away on May 12, 1914.
 3 Patriarchal Blessing for Ann Grimshaw Jackson Patriarchal Blessing given to Ann Grimshaw on March 14, 1859 in Nephi, Utah.   Ann Grimshaw was born in 1806 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.  She married Benjamin Jackson on July 19, 1824.  She passed away on March 27, 1873.   Here is a transcription by Debbie Firkins.
 4 AG Weekly Article about Ivin Jackson News article regarding Ivin Jackson’s career as a Veterinarian entitled “Ivin Jackson has Long Career as a Veterinarian,” as reported in  AG Weekly, Twin Falls, Idaho, Saturday, March 16, 2002.  Ivin was born February 8, 1912 and is the son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.
 5 Death Certificate for Mary Gilbert Jackson Death Certificate for Mary Georgena Gilbert Jackson from the State of Colorado, Bureau of Vital Statistics. Mary was born on April 9, 1885 in Riverton, Utah.  She married William Jackson on March 20, 1901.  She died on August 6, 1930.  Mary is the daughter of Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz.
 6 Obituary for Mary Gilbert Jackson Obituary for Mary Gilbert Jackson entitled Mrs. WM. Jackson as reported in the San Luis Valley Farmer (formerly the Manassa Star), Aug. 14, 1930.  Mary was born on April 9, 1885 in Riverton, Utah.  She married William Jackson on March 20, 1901.  She died on August 6, 1930.  Mary is the daughter of Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz.
 7 Letter from Mary Gilbert Jackson Letter from Mary Gilbert Jackson to her daughter, Elvera, on December 16, 1929.  The letter primarily deals with Mary’s son, Sam, who was born on February 28, 1929. Here is a transcription by Ron Jackson.
 8 Cartoon entitled “Why Mothers Get Gray” A 1928 cartoon entitled Why Mothers Get Gray. The note at the bottom of the document was written by Mary Gilbert Jackson and reads: “I had many a day like this, looks natural.  Ha.”  Note the lamp and all.  Ha.”  Josephine Jackson Jones, Mary’s daughter, wrote the following regarding this note: “This was sent to El Vera in 1928 by our Mother!  She wrote the note at the bottom!  How similar her problems were, that Mothers now face.  Our Mother was so special, as was our Dad!  We were lucky!”
 9 Postcard from Hanna Jaques Jackson Postcard dated March 27, 1910 from Hanna Marie Jaques Jackson to her daugher-in-law, Mary Gilbert Jackson. The card reads: “Dear Daughter, Oh Mary you blesset Child of mine, You…, D___ are great but the Blessings are thin, If you will but ___ ___, By Fasting and Prayer to God above, You will be filled with His mercy and love. With tender love, Hanna Marie”
 10 Mary Georgena’s Kitchen: Memories and Recipes of Mary Georgena Gilber Mary Georgena’s Kitchen: Memories and Recipes of Mary Georgena Gilbert Jackson, was compiled by her Granddaughter, Mary Margaret Jones Hawkins and is a collection of Mary Jackson’s recipes. Mary was born on April 9, 1885 in Riverton, Utah.  She married William Jackson on March 20, 1901.  She died on August 6, 1930.  Mary is the daughter of Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz.
 11 Obituary of Warren Jackson Obituary of Warren June Jackson. Warren was born on June 26, 1920 in Manassa, Colorado and is the son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.
 12 Marriage Certificate for William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert Marriage Certificate for William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.  They were married on March 20, 1901 in the Salt Lake Temple of the LDS Church.  William Jackson was born on August 21, 1871 and Mary Georgena Gilbert was born on April 9, 1885.  William is the son of Samuel Jackson and Hanna Marie Jaques and Mary is the daughter of Timothy Gilbert and Joanne Margarethe Stoutz.
 13 Postcard to Mary Jackson Postcard from William Jackson to his wife, Mary, while serving an LDS mission to England.  The card reads: “With Love from Mary to Will. They don’t have such ____ one here as you sent. I hope you get the little package I sent you.” William Jackson was born on August 21, 1871 and Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1885. They were married on March 20, 1901.  William is the son of Samuel Jackson and Hanna Marie Jaques and Mary is the daughter of Timothy Gilbert and Joanne Margarethe   Stoutz.
 14 Letter to Mary Jackson Letter from William Jackson to his wife, Mary, regarding their son, Leonard’s, death. The letter was written on May 9, 1910 while William was serving and LDS mission in England.  William Jackson was born on August 21, 1871 and Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1885. They were married on March 20, 1901. William is the son of Samuel Jackson and Hanna Marie Jaques and Mary is the daughter of Timothy Gilbert and Joanne Margarethe Stoutz.
 15 Postcard to Mary Jackson Postcard from William Jackson to his wife, Mary, while on his mission to England.  The postcard reads: “Now you have got the real thing.  Elder R____ took it.  See your face in the charm.”
 16 Postcard to William Jackson Postcard from Hanna Marie Jaques Jackson to her son, William, on his misson to England dated December 2, 1909 and reads: “My Dear Son, We had a very nice time at xmas. Mary & the children ate dinner with   us. The band came & played 3 pieces for us I hope you had a good xmas &   I wish you a happy New Year. From your loving Mother. Hanna Jackson”
 17 Postcard to William Jackson This postcard was sent to William Jackson from his Mother, Hanna Marie Jaques Jackson, on June 4, 1910,   while he was serving a mission in England.  It reads: “Dear Will, We just came home from the ranch been gone a week. Elvera is much better. she will mail   this card. I am glad to get home. the lawn looks fine every thing has   grown….this week we had a nice time on the ranch 13 cherries 70 sacks of wool average…love from. Hanna Jackson.”  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  He married Mary Georgena Gilbert on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  He died on July 20, 1957.
 18 Letter to William Jackson regarding his release from missionary work Letter to William Jackson dated March 30, 1911 regarding his impending release from his mission in England. William was born August 21, 1871.  William served two LDS missions. The first to the Southwest area of the United States from March, 1898 to April, 1899.  The second to England from March 1909 to April 1911.
 19 Letter of Release Letter of Release to William Jackson for serving in the Liverpool, London LDS mission in England.  The letter is from Rudger Clawson, president of the European mission, and is dated April 15, 1911. William served two LDS missions. The first was to the Southwest area of the United States from March, 1898 to April, 1899.  The second was to England from March 1909 to April 1911.
 20 Death Certificate for William Jackson Death Certificate for William Jackson. William was born on August 21, 1871 in Nephi, Utah to Samuel Jackson and Hanna Marie Jaques. He married Mary Georgena Gilbert (b. 9 Apr 1885) on March 20, 1901, and together they had twelve children. William passed away on July 20, 1957.
 21 Program for Jackson Reunion Program from a July 21, 2001 Jackson Family Reunion at the Jackson home in Manassa.
 22 Obituary for Bonnie Jackson Obituary of Bonnie Jackson, wife of Warren Jackson.  Bonnie was born on November 22, 1923 and passed away August 7, 2003.
 23 Funeral Program for Warren Jackson Funeral program for Warren Jackson, son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.  Warren was born on June 25, 1920 and died on March 18, 1999.
 24 Funeral Program for Alfred Jackson Funeral program for Alfred Jackson, son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.  Alfred was born on April 6, 1924 and died on May 18, 2000.
 25 Letter from Mary Jackson to Elvera Rasmussen Letter from Mary Georgena Jackson to her daughter, Elvera, and Warren Rasmussen dated March 11, 1929.  The subject of the letter is Mary’s son, Sam, who was born on February 28, 1929 and her daughter, Josephine.  Here is transcription by Ron Jackson.
 26 Funeral Program for William Jackson Funeral program for William Jackson, son of Samuel Jackson, Sr. William and Johanne Stoutz, born on 21 August 1871 and passed away on 20 July 1957.
 27 Funeral Program for William G. Jackson Funeral program for William Gilbert Jackson, son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert. William Gilbert was born on March 8, 1903 and passed away on February 16, 1955.
 28 Funeral Program for Delwyn Jackson Funeral program for Delwyn Jackson, son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert, born on September 4, 1917 and passed away on August 12, 2005.
 29 Obituary of Delwyn Jackson Obituary of Delwyn Jackson, son of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert, born on September 4, 1917 and passed away on August 12, 2005.
 30 Death Certificate of Elvera Jackson Rasmussen Death Certificate of Elvera Jackson Rasmussen. Elvera was the daughter of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.  She was born on September 29, 1902 and died on September 28, 1937.
 31 William Jackson Mission Letter Letter dated June 7, 1909 from William Jackson his wife Mary while on his mission in England.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 32 William Jackson Letter Letter dated August 30, 1909 from William Jackson his wife Mary while on his mission in England.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 33 William Jackson Mission Letter Letter dated July 11, 1910 from William Jackson his wife Mary while on his mission in England.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 34 William Jackson Mission Letter Letter dated December 7, 1909 from William Jackson his wife Mary while on his mission in England.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 35 Postcard to William Jackson Letter dated August 15, 1910 from William Jackson his wife Mary while on his mission in England.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 36 Obituary for Samuel Jackson Obituary of Samuel Jackson, Sr. entitled Cross the Desert in 1857, Crossed the “Great Divide” 1919.  Source unknown. Samuel was born on July 13, 1844 in Manchester, England to Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw.  He passed away on May 3, 1919 in St. George, Utah.
 37 Letter from Mary Jackson to Louvina Smith Letter from Mary Jackson to her daughter, Louvina Smith, on June 18, 1930.
 38 William Jackson Letter Letter written by William Jackson to his wife, Mary, on January 5, 1902 from a sheep camp at Pot Mountain, New Mexico.
 39 Postcard to William Jackson Letter written by William Jackson to his wife, Mary, on April 6, 1902 from East Dale, Colorado.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 40 William Jackson Letter Letter written by William Jackson to his wife Mary Jackson on June 3, 1902 from New Mexico.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 41 William Jackson Letter Letter written by William Jackson to his wife, Mary, on June 22, 1902 from New Mexico.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 42 William Jackson Letter Letter written by William Jackson to his wife Mary Jackson on July 13, 1904 from New Mexico.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 43 Mary Jackson Legal document pertaining to the disposition of property owned by Mary Gilbert Jackson.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 44 Disposition of property Newspaper article pertaining to the disposition of property owned by Mary Gilbert Jackson.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 45 Mary Jackson legal document Legal document pertaining to the disposition of property owned by Mary Gilbert Jackson after her passing.  The document is dated February 7, 1936.  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  Mary Georgena Gilbert was born April 9, 1985 to Timothy Gilbert and Johanne Stoutz in Riverton, Utah.  They were married on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  Mary died on August 6, 1930, and William died on July 20, 1957.
 46 Death Certificate for Elizabeth Jackson Kirkman Death Certificate for Elizabeth Jackson Kirkman   who was born in Manchester, Lancashire, England June 21, 1832, and is the daughter of Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw. She married John Kirkman December 13, 1856.
 47 Death Certificate for Samuel Jackson, Sr. Death Certificate for Samuel Jackson, Sr. who was born on July 13, 1844 in Manchester, England.  He married Hannah Maria Jaques on December 31, 1867 and Martha Ann Jackson on November 22, 1883.  Samuel passed away on May 3, 1919 in St. George, Utah, and Hannah she passed away on August 17, 1929 in Manassa, Colorado.
 48 Death Certificate Nephi Jackson Death Certificate Nephi Jackson who was born on March 8, 1847 in Manchester, England to Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw.  He married Mary Ann Ockey on January 4, 1880.
 49 Funeral Program for Louvina Jackson Smith Funeral program for Louvina Jackson Smith who was born on January 31, 1906 and passed away in October 2001. Louvina was the daughter of William and Mary Jackson.
 50 Funeral program for Elizabeth Haynie Jackson Funeral program for Elizabeth (Betty) Haynie Jackson.  Betty was born on April 2, 1917 and passed away on June 16, 2007.  Betty married Delwyn Jackson on July 21, 1936.
 51 William Jackson Letter Letter from William Jackson to his daughter, Elvera Jackson Rasmussen on August 24, 1924. William was born August 21, 1871, and Elvera was born on September 29, 1902.
 52 Letter from William Jackson Letter from William Jackson to his daughter, Elvera Jackson Rasmussen on May 31, 1925. William was born August 21, 1871, and Elvera was born on September 29, 1902.
 53 Award of Honor to Elvera Jackson Award of Honor given to Elvera Jackson Rasmussen on April 26, 1915 for punctual and regular attendance. Elvera was born on September 29, 1902.
 54 Teachers Certificate for Elvera Jackson Teachers Certificate awarded to Elvera Jackson to teach high school in Colorado until July 27, 1928. Elvera is the daughter of William and Mary Jackson and was born on September 29, 1902.
 55 Phi Kappa Phi Diploma Diploma certifying that Elvera Mary Jackson was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor society at the University of Utah. Elvera was born on September 29, 1902.
 56 Award of Honor to Elvera Jackson Award of Honor given to Elvera Jackson on July 23, 1914 for punctual and regular attendance.
 57 Award of Honor given to Elvera Jackson Award of Honor given to Elvera Jackson on March 30, 1916 for punctual and regular attendance.
 58 Newspaper Article in the S. L. S. A. Roar The S. L. S. A. Roar newspaper published in Manassa, Colorado on February 24, 1922.  Page two reads: “Mr. and Mrs. Will Jackson are the proud parents of a   new baby boy.”  This is referring to the birth of Elbert Jackson on February 15th, 1922.  S. L. S. A. stands for San Luis Stake Academy.
 59 S. L. S. A. Commencement Program 1920 Program for the San Luis Stake Academy Tenth Annual Commencment, Manassa, Colorado, May 21, 1920. Graduates include Myrtle Brothers, Winfred Haynie, Bernice Patterson, Ione Carter, Mary Van Fradenburg, Hazel Mickelson and Dwight Haskell.  Here is an interesting article on LDS Academies.
 60 S. L. S. A. Commencement Program 1921 Program for the 1921 commencement for the San Luis Stake Academy (S. L. S. A.) held on May 5, 1921.  Graduates include Nellie Reynolds, Eva Boice, Geneva Holman, Maud McDaniel, Lura Reed, Elvera Jackson, Wilford R. Jensen, Edwin Thomas, Ben Poulson, and Lola Beck.  Elvera gave the Class History.  Elvera is the daughter of William and Mary Jackson.
 61 S. L. S. A. Commencement Program 1922 Program for the 1922 commencement for the San Luis Stake Academy held on May 5, 1922.  Graduates include Edwin Boice, Letha Boice, Belva Carter, Merril Christensen, Thel Dunn, Florence Gates, Leila Jensen, Warren Rasmussen, Verda Rogers, Lynn Smith and Ruth Valentine.  Warren gave the Class History.  Warren married Elvera Jackson.
 62 Souvenir S.L.S.A. This is a souvenir for the San Luis Stake Academy which burned down on April 11, 1925.  It includes a picture with the following caption: “The fire occurred at 7:30 a.m., April 11, 1925, on Saturday morning.  There was no wind and by hard work the nearby buildings were saved.  The school continued on in other buildings.  It was a total loss; some insurance.”  There is also a poem entitled Sweet Memory of the San Luis Stake Academy by Thomas Huffaker of Manassa, Colorado.
 63 Marriage License Newspaper article (source unknown) announcing those who applied for a marriage license (source unknown).  It mentions Elvera Jackson and Warren Rasmussen.
 64 Obituary for Samuel Jackson, Sr. The obituary of Samuel Jackson, Sr. as reported in The Washington County News, May 8, 1919. It is located in the second column and is entitied “Samuel Jackson Passes.” Here is a transcription by Ron Jackson. Samuel was born July 13, 1844 in Manchester, Lancashire, England and died on May 3, 1919, at St. George, Utah. The last column under “Card of Thanks” reads:  “To all those kind friends who helped us by their presence, sympathy and kindly acts in our recent bereavement, we desire to extend most sincere thanks. Martha Jackson, Samuel Jackson, Jr., Myra Adams.”
 65 Patriarchal Blessing This is the first of two Patriarchal Blessings given to Mary Gilbert Jackson.  It was given on August 27, 1896 by J. L. Borthelson when Mary was age eleven.  Thanks to Cynthia Price, Alfred and Karen’s daughter, for making these available.
 66 Patriarchal Blessing This is the second of two Patriarchal Blessings given to Mary Gilbert Jackson.  It was given on June 12, 1925 when Mary was 40 years old.  Thanks to Cynthia Price, Alfred and Karen’s daughter, for making these available.
 67 Newspaper Article The following was found in the Pueblo Indicator, April 11, 1936:  “William Jackson of Manassa and his son, W. G. Jackson, are conducting a cattle feeding demonstration to test the value of feed grown on their own ranch.  The feed consists of chopped barley and oats and chopped alfalfa and pea hay.”  William Jackson is the son of Samuel Jackson, Sr. and Hannah Marie Jaques.
 68 Newspaper Article The San Luis Stake held a quarterly conference on July 14 and 15, 1901.  An article in the Deseret News, July 27, 1901 mentions Samuel Jackson, Sr. in reference to the conference.  It reads: “At the session held on Monday Bishop Christen Jensen reported the Eastdale ward and Bishop Samuel Jackson reported the Manassa Ward.”  Samuel Jackson was born July 13, 1844 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.  His father was Benjamin Jackson and his mother was Ann   Grimshaw.  Samuel married Hannah Maria Jaques on December 31, 1867.  He married Mary Ann Jackson on November 23, 1883.  Samuel died on May 3, 1919, at St. George, Utah.
 69 Christmas Card 1933 1933 Christmas card from the San Luis Stake Presidency of the LDS Church. The Stake Presidency consisted of John B. Reed, William Jackson, David E. Shawcroft and James A. Holman (Stake Clerk).  William was born on August 21, 1871 to Samuel Jackson and Hannah Maria Jaques in Nephi, Utah.  He married Mary Georgena Gilbert on March 20, 1901.  Together they were blessed with twelve children.  He died on July 20, 1957.
 70 Journal Journal of John Woodhouse who wrote of Zachariah Jaques becoming sick in St. Louis, MO. The research was provided by Jeanette Hurst.  Zachariah is the father of Hannah Marie Jaques.
 71 Newspaper Article This newspapter article is an account of Zachariah accidentally killing someone and his sentance being deferred.  The research was provided by Jeanette Hurst.
 72 Jackson Family Homes The document, written by Donald Haynie, gives a description of the early Jackson and Gilbert homes in Manssa, Colorado.  Provided by Jeanette Hurst.
 73 Silver Spruce Year Book This is a collection of pages from the Colorado State Universities year book, The Silver Spruce, where there is mention of Ivin Jackson. Three Jackson borthers, Ivin, Delwyn and Sam, earned there degrees from Colorado State University in Fort Collins. The collection was complied by Ron Jackson.
 74 Utonian Year Book This is a collection of pages from the University of Utah year book, The Utonian, where there is mention of Elvera Jackson Rasmussen.  Elvera is the daughter of William and Mary Jackson.
 75 Silver Spruce Year Book This is a collection of pages from the Colorado State Universities year book, The Silver Spruce, where there is mention of Warren Rassmusen, Elvera Jackson’s husband.  Elvera is the daughter of William and Mary Jackson.  The collection was complied by Ron Jackson.
 76 Silver Spruce Year Book This is a collection of pages from the Colorado State Universities year book, The Silver Spruce, where there is mention of Melvin Samuel Jackson.  Sam attended Colorado State from 1952 to 1958.  Sam is the son of William and Mary Jackson and was born on February 28, 1929.  The collection was complied by Ron Jackson.
 77 Perpetual Emigrating Fund An article by Richard L. Jensen entitied “Names of Persons and Sureties indebted to the Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company 1850 to 1877.”  It includes a reference to Ann Grimshaw Jackson and her family who were members of the Martin Handcart Company.
 78 Riverton Map Map of the original landowners and settelers of Riverton.  Timothy Gilbert and Johann Stoutz were among the first settlers of Riverton.
 79 Poem by Johanne Stoutz Johanne Stoutz was known for writing many, many poems.  Unfortunately the only known poem is reported in Minnie Heath’s The Descendants of Timothy & Johanne Gilbert. It was written in remembrance of her daughter, Louvina Rasmene Gilbert, who passed away on April 6, 1905 in Manassa, Colorado at the age of fifteen.
 80 Elihu Kisor Ball Samuel Jackson, Sr is mentioned in the Life Story of Elihu Kisor Ball. In his history Elihu says: “I presided over the Mountain View Branch until 1896. At this time the branch   was divided. Two branches were made out of the one and I was requested by Bishop Samuel Jackson to give the part where I lived a new name. The name Bountiful suggested itself to me.”  Samuel Jackson was born July 13, 1844 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.  His father was Benjamin Jackson and his mother was Ann   Grimshaw.  Samuel married Hannah Maria Jaques on December 31, 1867.  He married Mary Ann Jackson on November 23, 1883.  Samuel died on May 3, 1919, at St. George, Utah.
 81 Letter from Samuel Jackson, Sr. Letter from Samuel Jackson, Sr. to Irene W. Smith of Logan, Utah dated May 24, 1911 regarding the payment of a financial note.  Samuel Jackson was born July 13, 1844 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.  His father was Benjamin Jackson and his mother was Ann   Grimshaw.  Samuel married Hannah Maria Jaques on December 31, 1867.  He married Mary Ann Jackson on November 23, 1883.  Samuel died on May 3, 1919, at St. George, Utah.
 82 Contract on Jackson Home A contract made on August 13, 1917 between Carol Moeller, contractor, and the Jacksons for their home in Manassa, Colorado. The Jackson home was built for $5,380.
 83 Sunday School Jubilee Page 329 of the Jubilee history of Latter-day Saints Sunday schools, 1849-1899 (1900) indicates that Samuel Jackson, Sr. served as a Superintendnet in the Los Cerritos Sunday School from December 2, 1894 to January 3, 1897.  Samuel Jackson was born July 13, 1844 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.  His father was Benjamin Jackson and his mother was Ann   Grimshaw.  Samuel married Hannah Maria Jaques on December 31, 1867.  He married Mary Ann Jackson on November 23, 1883.  Samuel died on May 3, 1919, at St. George, Utah.
 84 Obituary of Elvera Jackson Rasmussen This is the obituary for Elvera Jackson Rasmussen. It is entitled Death Takes Ogden Woman and is found in the Ogden Standard-Examiner, September 28, 1937.  Elvera was the daughter of William Jackson and Mary Georgena Gilbert.  She was born on September 29, 1902 and died on September 28, 1937.
 85 Newspaper Article The Deseret Evening News for Thursday, November 22, 1900, page 2 is an article entitled “Manassa, Colorado” which mentions Samuel Jackson. It reads: “Some sickness prevails. Bishop S. Jackson’s son has had to return from the B. Y. academy at Provo, Utah with typhoid fever. Bishop Jackson of Manassa is erecting a neat new brick house that will be an ornament to the ward.”  Samuel Jackson was born July 13, 1844 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.  His father was Benjamin Jackson and his mother was Ann   Grimshaw.  Samuel married Hannah Maria Jaques on December 31, 1867.  He married Mary Ann Jackson on November 23, 1883.  Samuel died on May 3, 1919, at St. George, Utah.
 86 Thales H. Haskell History Samuel Jackson, Sr. is mentioned in Thales H. Haskell History: Pinoneer, Scout, Explorer, assembed by Albert E. Smith, 1964. It reads: “In the fall of 1907 an affair in honor of Grandfather and Grandmother was held at the home of Albert R. and Irene U. Haskell Smith.  A large group of relatives and friends attended and it was a grand occasion.  Thomas D. Reese and his brother, Nephi, Grandmother’s Welsh friends who were at Manassa teaching in the San Juan Stake Academy sang a group of Welsh songs to please Grandmother especially.  Their beloved bishop, Samuel Jackson who had served in their ward for 12 years, told of the fine qualities which had endeared the Haskells to all in the community.  Grandfather was presented with a lovely new accordian and Grandmother with a gold watch.”
 87 Manifest for the Sailing Ship Horizon This is a copy of the manifest for the sailing ship Horizon that the Jackson’s sailed from Liverpool to Boston in 1856.  On the ship was Ann Grimshaw Jackson (age 50) and give of her children: Elizabeth (23), Martha (age 21), Joseph (age 16), Samuel (age 12) and Nephi (age 10).  The source is the Mormon Immigration Index (1840-1890).
88 Obituary Obituary for Melvin Samuel Jackson who was born to William and Mary Jackson on February 28, 1929 and passed away on December 20, 2012.
89 Funeral Program Funeral program for Melvin Samuel Jackson who was born to William and Mary Jackson on February 28, 1929 and passed away on December 20, 2012.
90 Jackson Family Historical Accounts The Jackson Family Historical Accounts by Donald L. Haynie is a 96 page collection of histories, stories and other information about the Jacksons.  It is the source of several histories on this website.  I also found many new histories and commentaries that I have never seen.  For example, pages 37-45 include funeral remarks for Jane E. Jackson, Samuel Jackson, Jr., Samuel Glenn Jackson and William G. Jackson.
91 Mission Journal The Missionary Journal of William Jackson: March 1898 to April 1899 compiled by Jeanette Hurst (granddaughter) is a transcription of a journal William kept while serving an LDS mission to the Indian Territory (primarily Texas and Kansas).  The introduction is a very well written summary of William’s mission.  William is the son of Samuel Jackson and Hanna Marie Jaques and was born on August 21, 1871 in Nephi, Utah.  He served two LDS missions.  The first to Texas and Kansas from 1898 to 1900.  The second to England from 1909 to 1911.
92 Missionary Letters Letters to England: Correspondence from the Second Mission of William Jackson was complied by Jeanette Hurst (granddaughter).  The introduction is an excellent summary of William’s mission.  William served an LDS mission to the British Isles from March, 1909 to April, 1911. William married Mary Georgena Gilbert on March 20, 1901, and they were blessed with four children when William was called to serve.
93 Samuel Jackson, Sr. Patriarchal Blessing Patriarchal Blessing given to Samuel Jackson, Sr. on March 6, 1898 (age 54) by Silas S. Smith in Manassa, Colorado.  Samuel was born on July 13, 1844 in Manchester, England to Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw.  He passed away on May 3, 1919 in St. George, Utah.  Here is a transcription by Marcia Jackson.
94 Samuel Jackson, Sr. Patriarchal Blessing Patriarchal Blessing given to Samuel Jackson, Sr. on November 2, 1902 (age 58) by Elihu S. Ball in Manassa, Colorado.  Samuel was born on July 13, 1844 in Manchester, England to Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw.  He passed away on May 3, 1919 in St. George, Utah.  Here is a transcription by Marcia Jackson.
95 Samuel Jackson, Sr. Patriarchal Blessing Patriarchal Blessing given to Samuel Jackson, Sr. on March 14, 1860 (age 16) by William Capier in Nephi, Utah.  This blessing and the one give on the same date in 1859 are virtually identical.  This version is very difficult to read. Samuel was born on July 13, 1844 in Manchester, England to Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw.  He passed away on May 3, 1919 in St. George, Utah.  Here is a transcription by Marcia Jackson.
96 Samuel Jackson, Sr. Patriarchal Blessing Patriarchal Blessing given to Samuel Jackson, Sr. on March 14, 1859 (age 15) by William Capier in Nephi, Utah.  This blessing and the one given on the same date in 1860 are virtually identical.  Samuel was born on July 13, 1844 in Manchester, England to Benjamin Jackson and Ann Grimshaw.  He passed away on May 3, 1919 in St. George, Utah.  Here is a transcription by Marcia Jackson.
97 Summary of Samuel Jackson Sr.’s mission Summary of Samuel Jackson, Sr.’s mission to the Southern States Mission from 1881-1883.
98 Letter from Hannah Jackson to President Taylor Letter from Hannah Jackson to President Taylor on June 28, 1881 regarding Samuel Jackson, Sr.’s LDS mission to the Southern States.
99 Letter from Hannah Jackson to President Taylor Letter from Hannah Jackson to President Taylor on July 13, 1881 regarding Samuel Jackson, Sr.’s LDS mission to the Southern States.
100 Letter from Samuel Jackson to President Taylor Letter from Samuel Jackson, Sr. to President Taylor on August 23, 1881 regarding Samuel Jackson, Sr.’s LDS mission to the Southern States.
100 Samuel Jackson, Sr. Vice President of Manassa Colonial Bank Samuel Jackson, Sr.’s history indicates that he was Vice President of the Colonial Bank of Manassa, CO. Pages 161-162 of the “Twelfth Annual Report of the State Bank Commissioner of Colorado, from January 1 1918, to January 1, 1919” indicates that Samuel was Vice President. Christen Jenson was President and A. Van Fradenburg was Cashier. The Directors were Jose C. Cantu, Samuel Jackson, Christen Jensen, A. E. Upton and G. A. Van Fradenburg. As of November 1, 1918 the bank had $75,650.95 in total assets.

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