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This page was last updated on: November 10, 2008
The Jackson Migration from North Carolina to Alabama
This is my story of the migration of one Jackson family from Robeson County, NC to Covington County, AL. The story starts in the mid-1700s and will end in the 1900s when I finish the last chapter. The story is about my ancestors and their relatives.

Descendants of English Thomas L. Jackson, Sr. of Robeson County, NC:
This is the outline family tree for English Thomas L. Jackson, Sr.. whose descendant Cornelius Jackson migrated from North Carolina to Covington County, AL.

Jackson Indian Heritage
These records show the Indian heritage of Cornelius Jackson and his descendants from the 1700s to the 1900s.

Jackson Town
This shows the area in which Cornelius Jackson and his descendants settled in Covington County, AL. Cornelius migrated to this area from Robeson County, NC before 1830.

Early Alabama Roads
This shows the roads  Cornelius Jackson and his descendants used when they first arrived in Alabama in the 1820s - 1840s.

Baker Block Museum
This link shows the maps of Baker, FL and the Baker Block Museum where you will find a large cache of Jackson family information. Jeanette Henderson is the Director of the museum and can help you sort your way through the information.