1. Eleanor lived with her husband John in Gloucester, Essex, Mass. 11 Oct 1660..
2. They moved to Essex, Middx., Conn.
3. After John died Eleanor moved to Scarborough, York, Maine with her son John
Jr. and her daughter Elizabeth and son-in-law, John Briers.
4. Eleanor and John Jr. take up 50 acres in York Co. Maine.
5. Eleanor md. (2) Jonas Bayley 11 Nov. 1663. He had previously md. Elizabeth
widow of George Dearing. Jonas died shortly after his marriage to Eleanor
Jackson. His will made 11 nov 1663, was proved 9 Feb 1663-64.
6. Eleanor md. (3) by 1673 to Giles Barge. He had been a land owner in
Gloucester, Essex, Mass in 1653 and had known the Jackson Family for some 30
years. In 1658 he and John Jackson subs. for the ministry at Gloucester; In
1662 they brought a joint suit against Thomas Harvey for defamation; in 1662
Gyles was a witness for papers for John Briers and John Jackson Jr. at which
time they were all in Scarborough, York, Maine. In King Philip's War they
removed to Dorchester where Giles died 25 Sep 1691.
7. Eleanor died 15 Dec 1691. In 1683, now in Dorchester, Mass., she deeded her
Scarborough land to her grandson, John Jackson on condition that he live
dutifully with his grandfather.
8. Genealogical Dict. of Maine and N.H. by Noyes & Davis pp. 370-371.
9. Savage: Geneal. Dict of New Eng. Vol 3 p. 606, line 4.