Author Topic: Jane LITHGOW & William JACKSON where to start?  (Read 1907 times)

Offline tracn4

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Re: Jane LITHGOW & William JACKSON where to start?
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 13 April 10 20:10 BST (UK) »
HI

Thanks I'll have a look at it

Tracy :)
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Offline Oz Kim

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Re: Jane LITHGOW & William JACKSON where to start?
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 03 August 17 02:56 BST (UK) »
Hi Tracn4

    Just saw your post about Jane Lithgow & William Jackson..I am currently trying to locate the death/burial of your William's mother Elizabeth WATT...wondering if you have found her...I am a descendant of her brother David Hutchison WATT. I know her husband, Archibald Jackson died 19/7/1905 in Wallsend NSW & is buried in Wallsend Presbyterian Cemetery but unfortunately Elizabeth is not buried with him...she was still living at the time of his death as she is noted as erecting his headstone.

Elizabeth & Archibald emigrated about 1883

David Watt & sister Jane Watt I believe 1st went to the U.S.A with the rest of the WATT family & then emigrated to Australia sometime around 1858.. David remained in the Wallsend/Lambton area where he died in 1909  & Jane moved to Queensland with her husband James Dunlop where she died in 1927 but Elizabeth Jackson (Watt) is proving a mystery after the death of her husband.
I haven't found deaths for Jane Lithgow & William Jackson yet either.

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