Bio: Jackson, Morris J. (Birth - 1915)

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Surnames: Jackson, Fitzgibbon

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 25 Mar 1915

Jackson, Morris (Birth - 1915)

Attorney Fred M. Jackson of Hettinger, N.D., formerly of this city, writes The Phonograph like this: "A son was born to us. This happened on St. Patrick’s birthday at 7 o’clock in the morning and we have a little Irishman at the house and all is well and happy. Weight 9 pounds."

The Hettinger Journal says: Honors are crowding thick and fast on Mayor Jackson. On Tuesday he was reelected to the village board and on Wednesday his wife presented him with a fine son and heir. Well, Fred is a good citizen and neighbor and deserves all the good things he gets.

Family Notes

1920 Federal Census, Adams, North Dakota, family 85

F M Jackson, white, married, male

Household Members
Head: F M Jackson M 51y Iowa
Spouse: Anna Jackson F 35y Wisconsin
Daughter: Alta Jackson F 20y Wisconsin
Daughter:  Marion Jackson F 18y Wisconsin
Daughter:  Norma Jackson F 15y Wisconsin
Son Morris Jackson M 4y North Dakota

1930 Federal Census, Hettinger, Adams, North Dakota, District: 0014, family 31, line 44

Morris J Jackson, single, white, male

Household Members
Head Fred M Jackson M 54 Wisconsin
Wife Anna C Jackson F 46 Wisconsin
Daughter Marion L Jackson F 27 Wisconsin
Son Morris J Jackson M 15 North Dakota
Daughter Arlie Mae Jackson F 7 North Dakota
Father-in-law John J Fitzgibbon M 75 Ohio

1940 Federal Census, ard 3, Livingston, School District 4 Livingston, Park, Montana, United States, Enumeration District Number: 34-7, family 181

Morris J Jackson, white, single, male
Residence in 1935: Hettinger, North Dakota

Household Members
Head Anna C Jackson F 56 Wisconsin
Son Morris J Jackson M 25 North Dakota
Daughter Arlie Mae Jackson F 17 North Dakota



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