Alfred Jackson born in 1880 in Aldershot, County Hampshire, the first child of Alfred Henry Jackson and Sarah Anne Stickler, was baptized at Aldershot Garrison where his father, Alfred Henry, was stationed as a non-commissioned officer in the British artillery.
Alfred married Hetty Isabell Smith in April 1907 at the St.John's Church in Paddington, London with Alfred's mother and Hetty's father as witnesses. Alfred and Hetty raised six children; two sons and four daughters.
He worked as a caretaker in Titchborne Street, Paddington, and was also a verger at the St.John's church in Paddington. The Jacksons lived at the school house on Titchborne Street, Paddington until 1940; then moved to Cambridge Square, Paddington where they occupied the house from the Vicar of St.John's Church until the end of World War I. When the house was reclaimed by the Vicar, they moved to Bounds Green, North London.
Alfred Jackson died on 1 February 1947 and was cremated and buried in Goulders Green, London.