Thomas Hughes Jackson

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Thomas Hughes Jackson
Born1834
Died1930 (aged 95–96)
ResidenceClaughton Manor House
NationalityBritish
Known formayor of Birkenhead
Spouse(s)Hermine Meinertzhagen
Children11, including Frederick Huth Jackson
Parent(s)Sir William Jackson, 1st Baronet
Elizabeth Hughes
RelativesHenry Mather Jackson (brother)

Thomas Hughes Jackson (1834–1930), was the mayor of Birkenhead, England and chairman of the Liverpool Steamship Owners Association.[1]

His portrait, painted by George Hall Neale hangs in the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum.[2]

He was the son of Sir William Jackson, 1st Baronet, and his wife, Elizabeth Hughes, daughter of Thomas Hughes.

Jackson was the long-time resident of Claughton Manor House, overlooking Birkenhead Park.[2]

On 24 June 1862, he married Hermine Meinertzhagen, daughter of Daniel Meinertzhagen and Amelia Huth (daughter of bank founder Frederick Huth), and they had 11 children:

  • Winifred Barbara Alice Jackson (-1949)
  • Frederick Huth Jackson (1863–1921)
  • Margaret Hermine Jackson (1864–1936)
  • Evelyn Johanna Jackson (1865–1948)
  • William Rudolph Peter Jackson (1867–1910)
  • Brig.-Gen. Geoffrey Meinertzhagen Jackson (1869–1946)
  • Thomas Hughes Jackson (1872–1926)
  • Lt.-Col. Ernest Somerville Jackson (1873–1943)
  • Guy Rolf Jackson (1875–1884)
  • Maximilian Jackson (1877–1924)
  • Roland Octavius Jackson (1879–1955)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Leech, Bosdin (2014). History of the Manchester Ship Canal from its Inception to its Completion. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108071192. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Thomas Hughes Jackson (1834–1930), Mayor of Birkenhead | Art UK Art UK | Discover Artworks Thomas Hughes Jackson (1834–1930), Mayor of Birkenhead". artuk.org. Retrieved 2016-09-09.