James Jackson, Jr. (New York)
In 1865, he was Chief Engineer of the Lockport Fire Department.
In 1866, he was one of the first directors of the Niagara Ship Canal Company which was incorporated by an Act of the New York State Legislature.
He was Mayor of Lockport, New York from 1867 to 1868.
He died of apoplexy while staying at a hotel in New York City.
-  History of Lockport, New York - from Landmarks of Niagara County, New York edited by William Pool (D. Mason & Co, Syracuse NY, 1897)
- Laws of the State of New York (1866)
- Nominations for Congress in NYT on September 29, 1868
- THE CONGRESSIONAL CANVASS in NYT on October 13, 1886