Jackson, Elizabeth J.
Elizabeth Jackson was the only child of John F. Henry. She married Nathaniel T. Jackson, a county lawyer, and they had three children. Only one of these survived childhood, Alfred Jackson. Nathaniel T. Jackson served as major in the Confederate army under General Zollicoffer and died during the war. In the late 1860s, Elizabeth Jackson remarried to become Mrs. Elizabeth J. Bond.
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Overview The papers of Elizabeth J. Jackson contain correspondence, a bill of sale for 10 slaves, a speech on the Puritan influence on the American character, receipts, deeds of conveyance, and a court bill. The papers document the daily affairs and business transactions of a Tennessee family from 1833-1870.