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John Jay Jackson Jr.


Aug 04, 1824

John Jay Jackson, Jr. was born near Parkersburg

1845

John Jay Jackson Jr. graduated from College of New Jersey (Princeton University)

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1848

John Jay Jackson Jr. served as prosecuting attorney of Wirt County

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1849

John Jay Jackson Jr. served as prosecuting attorney of Ritchie County

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1851

John Jay Jackson Jr. began serving the General Assembly of Virginia as a Whig

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1861

John Jay Jackson Jr. was appointed federal judge by President Lincoln

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1861

John Jay Jackson Jr. took a strong stand for the Union in the decision over secession

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Nov 08, 1870

John Jay Jackson Jr. appointed federal commissioners to supervise election in West Virginia opening the vote to ex-Confederates

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1897

John Jay Jackson Jr issued an injunction against Eugene V. Debs ending a union campaign to organize miners

1905

John Jay Jackson Jr. retired as judge

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Sep 02, 1907

John Jay Jackson Jr. died in Atlantic City


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