The ancient seat of the JACKSON family in The Yorkshire Wolds was at a place called Kelswold Grove, or Killingswold Grove. Ralph Jackson (1495-1556), his son Richard (1505-1555) and Richard's wife, Ann Todd, flourished there. Richard was the grandfather of Richard Jackson II who married Ursula Hildyard in 1596. (She was a direct descendant of William the Conqueror and the Norman and Plantagenet Kings up to Edward I.) One of their sons was Sir Anthony Jackson II, who was in the service of Charles I and Charles II.
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