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Jackson, Rachel, 1807?-1883


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of papers concerning John Jackson

 Collection — Othertype SC-064
Identifier: SFHL-SC-064
Abstract This is an artificial collection of papers concerning John Jackson, his spiritual teachings, and his religious mission to the West Indies. Included are essays by an unknown author, regarding John Jackson's views on Quaker ministry and doctrine as presented in his work"A Dissertation.. on Christian Ministry." An eight part manuscript entitled "Some account of the life and labors of John Jackson" is also unsigned. Also included is a bound volume of copies of letters written by John Jackson to...
Dates: 1840-1900

John Jackson Papers

Identifier: SFHL-RG5-171
Abstract John Jackson (1809-1855), son of Halliday and Jane Jackson of Darby, Pennsylvania, married Rachel Tyson (1807?-1883), daughter of Isaac Tyson of Baltimore, Maryland, in 1832. Together they established the Sharon Female Academy in Delaware County, Pa. John Jackson was a Quaker minister and served on the Joint Committee on Indian Affairs. Collection contains correspondence and other papers, 1827-1849. Series I is made up primarily of correspondence and drafts of correspondence between Griffith...
Dates: 1827-1849

Jackson, Rachel T., Philadelphia, to my dear friend [Isaac Stephens], 1880-09-29

 File — Box 31
Scope and Contents

The letter enclosed a letter from Isaac Stephens to George Comfort, Morrisville, Pa. Interesting letters about the donation of the Woolman manuscripts to Friend Historical Library. Jackson was very concerned that the manuscripts be stored in a fireproof facility. The letter includes a description of the Historical Library of Swarthmore College, gift of Anson Lapham

Dates: 1880-09-29

Stackhouse Family Papers

Identifier: SFHL-RG5-306
Abstract The Stackhouse family was a Pennsylvania and New Jersey Quaker family with roots in the earliest settlement of America. The papers include diaries, ledgers, correspondence and other family papers and voluminous genealogical research conducted by Powell Stackhouse, Jr. They were united by the descendants of two sons of Amos and Mary (Powell) Stackhouse who shared an interest in family history. Powell Stackhouse, Jr., (1827-1900) was a real estate lawyer and conveyancer who pursued a...
Dates: 1804 - 1951; Majority of material found within 1820-1916

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