Rufus Allen Jackson

Rufus Allen Jackson
April 27, 1839 – September 01, 1914

Alternate Spelling: Rufus A. Jackson, R. A. Jackson, Rufus Jackson
1860 Residence: Hawleys Store, Sampson County, NC

Military Record
June 10, 1861 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
20th North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank: Private
April 28, 1862 – Elected as 2nd Lieutenant
June 27, 1862 – Captured at Gaines’ Mill, VA
Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor
July 9, 1862 – Transferred to Fort Warren, Boston Harbor
July 31, 1862 – Paroled and transferred for exchange
March 3, 1863 – Discharged

Parents
Daniel Jackson 1809 – 1865
Susan Ann Royal 1808

Siblings
Anna Jackson 1834
Mary Elizabeth Jackson 1835 – 1902
Marshall O. Jackson 1838
Martha O. Jackson 1839 – 1917
Bryant B. Jackson 1841 – 1863        51st NC, Co I
Branson B. Jackson 1842
Allmand T. Jackson 1844 – 1923        51st NC, Co I
Solomon Love Jackson 1845 – 1900        2nd NC Jr Res, Co A

Wife
Mary Adeline Gainey 1848

Wife
Amelia Florence Williams 1860 – 1939

Children
Percy Branson Jackson 1889 – 1971

Burial
Salem United Methodist Church
Eastover, NC

Rufus Allen Jackson Grave

Rufus Allen Jackson Grave