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ANDREW JACKSON



Born: 1742 North Carolina

Died: Madison County, Indiana

Burial: On a knol on , on the south bank of Lick Creek Branch, Madison County, Indiana.

Service:

"Andrew Jackson was born 1742 in North Carolina. His military service there is listed in the DAR Index of Revolutionary Patriots. He lived in Wayne County, Indiana before buying the northeast quarter of section 3 Fall Creek Township [Madison County] in 1827. "His known children were Steven, Henry, Lucinda, Dempsey, William, Mary, Andrew, Levi, Elizabeth, Phebe, and Whitlock. The June 23, 1849 issue Pendleton News carried his history.

"Andrew is buried with his wife, Elizabeth, on the south bank of lick Creek Branch on a little knoll. It is just south of road 1000 S and was on their own land. The headstones once marking their graves have disappeared."

From American Revolutionary patriots discussed by Raymond Davis in this biography of Madison County.

Married:

Children:

Information courtesy of Melody & Tom Hull, Madison County, Indiana

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THIS PATRIOT
I'D APPRECIATE HEARING FROM YOU.Stephen D Franklin

The thirteen included on our web site Pioneers Cemeteries and Their Stories, Madison County, Indiana. were initially researched by Madison County historian Raymond Davis.


Directions: Unknown family plot along Lick Creek, Fall Creek Township

Andrew Jackson, was buried on his farm. The exact location of the family graveyard has not been discovered, but the general area is south of CR 1000S on a hill bordering Lick Creek. His wife Elizabeth is buried with him. They once had grave markers that have since disappeared. Andrew Jackson was born in 1742 in North Carolina. His military service is recorded in the DAR Index of Revolutionary Patriots for that state. After the war, he eventually located in Wayne County, Indiana. He moved from there and in 1827 purchased the northeast quarter of section 3 in Fall Creek Township. His recorded children were Steven, Henry, Lucinda, Dempsey, William, Mary, Andrew, Levi, Elizabeth, Phebe, and Whitlock. Andrew Jackson was honored, probably posthumously, when his biography appeared in the June 23, 1849, edition of the Pendleton News.


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