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Sheriff Joseph Jackson, M.M.P., son of Joseph Jackson and Margaret Becker
Born: 28 Apr 1831 in Houghton Twp., Norfolk County
Married: Melinda Dowling, in 1851 (age 21)
Married: Margaret Livingstone, 27 May 1880 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 49)
Died: 18 Jan 1922 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 77) 
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Melinda "Dolly" Dowling, daughter of Thomas Dowling and Electa Brown
Born: 4 Jun 1829 in Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Upper Canada
Married: Joseph Jackson in 1851 (age 22)
Died: 5 Sep 1878 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 49) 
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Children of Joseph Jackson and Dolly Dowling:
William Lundy Jackson. Moved to Minnesota.
Margaret Laurine Jackson (1854-1866)
Mary Eliza Jackson married J. B. Jackson
Josephine Jackson (1859-1924)
Ora May Jackson (1862-1879)
Margaret Livingstone, daughter of Rev. Martin Livingstone and Marg Thompson
Born: 31 Jan 1844 in Mussellburgh, Scotland
Married: Robt. Paulin Jackson, 15 Jan 1868 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 23)
Married: Joseph Jackson, 27 May 1880 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 36)
Died: 10 Nov 1906 in Simcoe, Ontario (age 62) 
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Child of Joseph Jackson and Margaret Livingstone:
Clarence Livingstone "Ken" Jackson. Moved to Chicago, then Detroit.
Joseph was a Presbyterian lumberman with extensive holdings in Norfolk, northern Ontario, and the U.S. It was his quest for an amphibious boat that led West & Peachey to invent and build the Alligator warping tug. He was one of the brothers-in-law who first invested in William P. Innes' canning factory. Joseph was elected to the Provincial Legislature and later served as Sheriff of Norfolk. Also see: Photos & Bios.
Source: John Cardiff of Simcoe, Norfolk County. Last updated: 08 Aug 2014
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