Mary HEARN 
- Christened: 21 Aug 1744, St Nicholas Harwich ESS
- Marriage (1): William JACKSON  on 26 Dec 1762 in St Nicholas Harwich ESS
- Died: Aft Jan 1787
Essex Record Office D/DU 206/9
15 DEEDS DEPOSITED BY GUILDHALL LIBRARY
Dates of Creation1766-1811
Scope and Content:
Legal correspondence concerning the legacy left by Thomas Hearn to his daughter Mary Jackson, including a letter locating Craighton Jackson serving as a private soldier under the name William Hearn at Fort St. George, Madras, India and legal opinion on the terms of the will of Thomas Hearn of 1766, 1793-1811;
Copy will of Craighton Jackson, mariner [in the East India Company service], commander of the 'Royal Admiral Captain Joseph Huddert bequeaths L500 entitled to receive on the death of his mother Mary Jackson, L6 6s. to Richard White, junior, of Coggeshall for mourning, the remainder to be divided between his uncle and executor John Jackson, his uncle Stephen Jackson and aunts Sarah Hayward, Elizabeth Jackson and Hannah Jackson, 2 January 1787, proved 5 January 1811, bond of indemnity between (i) John Jackson of Bridgewater Square, City of London, watch maker and Stephen Jackson of Ipswich, Suffolk, printer and (ii) Thomas Liveing of Harwich, mariner and James Saunders of Hand Court, Upper Thames Street, fish factor, for the sum of L2000 to transfer stock under the wills of Thomas Hearn and Craighton Jackson, 5 March 1811, with correspondence relating to the bond.
Mary was separated from William who may have joined the Indian Army post 1774.
Mary married William JACKSON  [MRIN: 2079], son of John JACKSON  and Sarah CRAIGHTON , on 26 Dec 1762 in St Nicholas Harwich ESS. The marriage ended in separation. (William JACKSON  was born about 1744 and died after 1774.)