Alfred Henry Jackson (1851-1910)

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Alfred Henry Jackson was born 19 August 1851 in Ireland and died 5 September 1910 in London, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Sarah Ann Stickler (1856-1922) 1879 in Hampshire, England, United Kingdom.

Henry Jackson was a bombardier in the British army.

Alfred and Sarah had seven children, five sons and two daughters. At the time he married Sarah, he was a bombardier (non-commissioned officer) with the British army and stationed Aldershot Garrison, Hampshire. His first two children were born at Aldershot, his third child in Ireland, and the remainder in Paddington, London. Alfred Henry was an alcoholic and eventually became a drunkard. In 1891, the Jacksons lived at 6 Bonveriet, Paddington, London with Alfred working as a hospital porter. It was during one of his inebriated periods that he fell into a vat of acid and died. He was buried at Paddington Green, Paddington Hospital, at Harrod Road near the Paddington Town Hospital where he meet his untimely death at age 59, leaving Sarah Ann with six fatherless children to raise and care for.


Offspring of Alfred Jackson and Sarah Ann Stickler (1856-1922)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alfred Jackson (1880-1947) 1 June 1880 Aldershot, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom 1 February 1947 Hetty Isabell Smith (?-1949)

Edward Charles Jackson (1882-1959) 10 June 1882 Aldershot, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom 1959 Paddington, London, England, United Kingdom
Catherine Sarah Jackson (1884-1922) 8 April 1884 Kilkenny, Ireland 1922 Samuel Steggall (-1923)

Christopher James Jackson (1888-1958) 1 June 1888 Paddington, London, England, United Kingdom 1958
George Howard Jackson (1891-?) 22 January 1891 Paddington, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Emily Elizabeth Jackson (c1895-1897)
Edith Jackson (1897)

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