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Jackson - Notable Historical Events

Andrew JacksonNov 21, 1787

John Quincy AdamsDec 1, 1824

John C. CalhounDec 28, 1832

Thomas JacksonApr 27, 1860

Robert E. LeeSep 9, 1862

Floyd PattersonJul 29, 1957

Reggie JacksonJun 7, 1966

Jack LemmonApr 2, 1974

Donna CaponiJun 13, 1976

Pat BradleyAug 10, 1980

Michael JacksonOct 29, 1982

Janet JacksonMar 24, 1987

Whitney HoustonDec 9, 1991

Garth BrooksJun 8, 1992

Mariah CareyJan 25, 1993

Lennox LewisMay 6, 1994

Jean-Claude Van DammeSep 6, 1994

Lisa Marie PresleySep 8, 1994

Bill CosbyJul 25, 1997

Phil JacksonDec 23, 1997

Samuel L. JacksonJun 13, 2000

R. KellyMar 20, 2004

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Jackson - Historical Events
Date Event
1787-11-21

Andrew Jackson admitted to bar

1806-05-30

Andrew Jackson kills Charles Dickinson in a duel after Dickinson had accused Jackson's wife of bigamy.

1814-03-27

Battle at Horseshoe Bend: General Andrew Jackson defeats the Red Sticks, part of the Creek Indian tribe near Dadeville, Alabama

1814-12-27

Destruction of schooner Carolina, the last of Commodore Daniel Patterson's make-shift fleet that fought a series of delaying actions that contributed to Andrew Jackson's victory at the Battle of New Orleans.

1818-04-07

General Andrew Jackson conquers St Marks Fla from Seminole indians

1818-05-24

General Andrew Jackson captures Pensacola Florida

1824-07-24

Harrisburg Pennsylvanian newspaper publishes results of 1st public opinion poll. Clear lead for Andrew Jackson

1824-11-02

Popular presidential vote 1st recorded; Andrew Jackson beats J Q Adams

1824-12-01

US House of Representatives begins to decide outcome of election deadlock between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson (Adams wins)

1828-12-03

Andrew Jackson elected 7th US President

1829-03-04

Andrew Jackson inaugurated as 7th US President

1829-03-04

Unruly crowd mobs White House during President Jackson inaugural ball

1829-08-25

President Jackson makes an offer to buy Texas, but Mexican government refuses

1832-07-10

President Jackson vetoed legislation to re-charter 2nd Bank of US

1832-12-05

Andrew Jackson re-elected President of US

1832-12-28

John C. Calhoun becomes 1st VP to resign (differences with President Jackson)

1834-01-29

President Jackson orders first use of US troops to suppress a labor dispute

1834-03-28

Senate censure President Jackson for taking fed deposits from Bank of US

1835-01-30

Richard Lawrence misfires at President Andrew Jackson in Washington DC in 1st attempted assassination of a US President

1835-06-19

New Orleans gives US government Jackson Square to be used as a mint

1836-07-01

US President Andrew Jackson announces to Congress bequest by James Smithson of 100,000 gold sovereigns to found institution in Washington.

1837-03-03

US President Andrew Jackson & Congress recognizes Republic of Texas

1853-01-08

1st US bronze equestrian statue (of Andrew Jackson) unveiled, Washington

1854-07-06

1st Republican state convention (Jackson, Mich)

1860-03-24

Clipper Andrew Jackson arrives in SF, 89 days out of NY

1860-04-27

Thomas Jackson is assigned to command Harpers Ferry

1861-01-03

US Ft Pulaski & Ft Jackson, Savannah, seized by Georgia

1861-01-10

Fort Jackson & Fort Philip are taken over by LA state troops (US Civil War)

1861-05-01

Lee orders Confederate troops under T J Jackson to Harper's Ferry

1861-06-12

Missouri Governor Claiborne Jackson calls for 50,000 volunteers to stop Federates from taking over his state

1861-07-03

Colonel Jackson receives his commission as brigadier general

1862-01-03

Romney Campaign-Stonewall Jackson moves north from Winchester

1862-01-04

Romney Campaign-Stonewall Jackson occupies Bath

1862-01-07

Romney Campaign; Stonewall Jackson march towards Romney, WV

1862-03-11

12] Gen Stonewall Jackson evacuates Winchester Virginia Army of the Potomac. Gen Henry Halleck is named general-in-chief

1862-03-23

Battle of Kernstown VA-Jackson begins his Valley Campaign

1862-04-01

Shenandoah Valley campaign, Jackson's Battle of Woodstock, VA

1862-04-18

Battle of Ft Jackson, Ft St Philip & New Orlean's, LA

1862-05-23

Valley Campaign: Stonewall Jackson takes Fort Royal, Virginia

1862-09-06

Stonewall Jackson occupies Frederick, Maryland

1862-09-09

Robert E. Lee splits his army & sends Jackson to capture Harpers Ferry

1862-12-19

Skirmish at Jackson/Salem Church, Tenn (80 casualties)

1863-05-02

Stonewall Jackson attacks Chancellorsville, wounded by his own men

1863-05-14

American Civil War: The Battle of Jackson, MS takes place.

1863-07-05

Battle of Jackson, MS & Battle of Birdsong Ferry, MS

1863-07-10

Battle of Jackson, MS - captured by federals [->JUL 16] US1000 CS1339

1864-02-05

Federals occupy Jackson, Mississippi

1868-01-07

Mississippi constitutional convention meets in Jackson

1870-05-24

Memoria of Jackson Kemper, 1st Missionary Bishop in US

1890-12-16

Negro Methodist Episcopal Church founded in Jackson, TN

1891-05-21

Boxers Peter Jackson & Jim Corbett fight to a draw in 61 rounds

1895-07-15

12th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Charlotte Sterry beats H Jackson (7-5 8-6)

1902-05-27

27th Preakness: L Jackson aboard Old England wins in 1:45.8

1915-08-20

White Sox obtain Joe Jackson from Cleve in exchange for Robert Roth, Larry Chappell, Ed Klepfer, & $31,500

1929-02-04

Archie Jackson scores 164 on Test Cricket debut v England at Adelaide

1934-01-19

Kenesaw Mountain Landis denies Joe Jackson's appeal for reinstatement

1934-11-20

Tornoto Maple Leaf Harvey Jackson is 1st to score 4 goals in 1 period

1946-05-06

Pulitzer prize awarded to Arthur M Schlesinger (Age of Jackson)"

1950-10-07

William H Jackson becomes deputy director of CIA

1951-02-21

SC House urges "Shoeless Joe" Jackson be reinstated

1951-08-03

William H Jackson ends term as deputy director of CIA

1953-01-28

WJTV TV channel 12 in Jackson, MS (CBS) begins broadcasting

1953-12-28

WLBT TV channel 3 in Jackson, MS (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-03-05

WBBJ TV channel 7 in Jackson, TN (ABC) begins broadcasting

1956-09-02

Washington-Jackson cable line replaced by bus service

1957-07-29

Floyd Patterson TKOs Tommy Jackson in 10 for heavyweight boxing title

1958-09-14

Jackie Pung wins LPGA Jackson Golf Open

1961-05-24

27 Freedom Riders arrested in Jackson, Mississippi

1962-03-15

Donald Jackson of Canada is 1st to land a triple lutz ice skate jump

1966-03-03

Twister hits Jackson Miss; 3 minutes after 1st sighting, 57 die

1966-06-07

NY Mets pass up Reggie Jackson to draft Steve Chilcott #1

1967-06-20

Phillies Larry Jackson beats NY Mets for 18th straight time

1969-06-14

Oakland As' Reggie Jackson gets 10 RBIs to beat Red Sox 21-7

1969-11-15

1st Jackson Five record to enter top 100 (I Want You Back)

1969-12-14

Jackson Five made their 1st appearance on "Ed Sullivan Show"

1970-02-01

WMAA TV channel 29 in Jackson, MS (PBS) begins broadcasting

1970-02-21

Jackson 5 make TV debut on "American Bandstand"

1970-05-14

Cops kill 2 students in racial disturbance (Jackson State U, Miss)

1970-05-15

Mississippi Highway Patrol kills 2 at Jackson State College

1970-10-03

WAPT TV channel 16 in Jackson, MS (ABC) begins broadcasting

1971-04-15

43rd Academy Awards - "Patton", George C Scott & Glenda Jackson win

1971-12-18

People United To Save Humanity (PUSH) forms by Jesse Jackson in Chic

1971-12-25

Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) form Jesse Jackson

1972-01-31

Aretha Franklin sings at Mahalia Jackson's funeral

1972-03-03

Sculpted figures of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, & Stonewall Jackson are completed at Stone Mountain Georgia

1973-09-21

Jackson Pollocks painting "Blue Poles" sold for $2,000,000

1973-10-16

Maynard Jackson elected 1st black mayor of Atlanta

1973-11-13

Oakland A's Reggie Jackson wins AL MVP unanimously

1974-04-02

46th Academy Awards - "The Sting", Glenda Jackson & Jack Lemmon win

1974-06-05

As' Reggie Jackson & Bill North engage in clubhouse fight at Detroit

1974-06-30

2nd du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Carole Jo Skala

1975-06-29

3rd du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): JoAnne Carner

1976-04-02

A's trade prospective free agents Reggie Jackson & Ken Holtzman, to Orioles for Don Baylor, Mike Torrez & Paul Mitchell

1976-06-13

4th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Donna Caponi

1976-06-15

Yankees trade May, Martinez, Pagan, MacGregor & Demsey to Baltimore for Holtzman, Alexander, Grant Jackson, Elrod Henrick & Jim Freeman

1976-07-23

Balt Oriole Reggie Jackson homers in 6th straight game

1976-11-04

1st mass-market free-agent reentry draft, Reggie Jackson, Joe Rudi, Gullett, Tenace, Fingers, Baylor, Grich & McCovey, available

1976-11-29

NY Yankees sign free agent Reggie Jackson to 5-year contract

1977-06-11

"The Pretender" by Jackson Browne peaks at #58

1977-06-18

Billy Martin & Reggie Jackson get into a dug out altercation

1977-07-03

5th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Judy Rankin

1977-10-18

Reggie Jackson hits 3 consecutive homers tying Ruth's series record

1978-04-13

Jackson slugs a 3-run HR in the 1st inning, & the field is showered

1978-06-04

6th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): JoAnne Carner

1978-07-17

NY Yank manager Billy Martin & Reggie Jackson fight in dug out

1978-07-17

Reggie Jackson refusal to bunt causes mgr Billy Martin to suspend him

1978-07-23

Reggie Jackson returns & helps Yankees win their 5th straight

1978-07-24

Billy Martin resigns as Yankee manager after "one is a born liar the other a convicted one" comment about Steinbrenner & Jackson

1978-09-02

Reggie Jackson is 19th player to hit 20 HR in 11 straight years

1978-10-11

Dodgers Bob Welch dramatically strikes out Reggie Jackson in 9th

1978-10-14

NY Yank Reggie Jackson causes World Series controversy by getting in the way of a throw to 1st & deflects the ball away

1979-07-29

7th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Amy Alcott

1980-08-10

8th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Pat Bradley

1980-08-11

Yanks Reggie Jackson hits his 400th HR off Chicago's Britt Burns

1981-07-05

9th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Jan Stephenson

1982-03-10

Travis Jackson & Happy Chandler elected to Hall of Fame

1982-07-04

10th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Sandra Haynie

1982-08-01

H Aaron, F Robinson, T Jackson, & H Chandler inducted in Hall of Fame

1982-10-29

Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson release "Girl is Mine"

1982-12-01

Michael Jackson releases his album "Thriller"

1983-02-26

Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album goes to #1 & stays #1 for 37 weeks

1983-05-13

Reggie Jackson is 1st major leaguer to strike out 2,000 times

1983-07-03

11th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Hollis Stacy

1983-10-03

Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson release "Say, Say, Say" in UK

1983-11-03

Jesse Jackson launches his 1st campaign for presidency (D)

1984-01-03

Syria frees captured US pilot after appeal from Jesse Jackson

1984-01-16

11th American Music Award: Pat Benatar & Michael Jackson win

1984-01-27

Michael Jackson is burned during filming for Pepsi commercial

1984-02-07

Michael Jackson awarded a 4-ft-high platinum disc by CBS

1984-02-26

Rev Jesse Jackson acknowledges that he called NYC, "Hymietown"

1984-02-28

26th Grammy Awards: Michael Jackson wins 8 Grammys

1984-09-17

Reggie Jackson is 13th to hit 500 HRs

1985-01-28

Charity single "We Are the World" is recorded by supergroup USA for Africa (Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie and other pop stars)

1985-06-19

Reggie Jackson hits his 513th HR to move into 10th place

1985-08-10

Michael Jackson buys ATV Music (every Beatle song) for $47 million

1985-12-07

51st Heisman Trophy Award: Bo Jackson, Auburn (RB)

1986-05-14

Reggie Jackson hit his 537th HR passing Mickey Mantle into 6th place

1986-06-21

Bo Jackson, Heisman Trophy winner, singns with KC Royals

1986-09-14

Bo Jackson's 1st HR-a 475-foot blast (longest at Royal Stadium)

1986-09-19

"Captain EO" with Michael Jackson premieres

1987-03-24

1st Soul Train Music Awards: Janet Jackson, Luther Vandross win

1987-05-29

Michael Jackson attempts to buy Elephant Man's remains

1987-09-05

Carlton Fisk clubs his 300th career HR off Danny Jackson

1988-03-30

2nd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston win

1988-05-02

Jackson Pollock's "Search" sold for $4,800,000

1988-07-16

San Antonio (Texas League) beats Jackson 1-0 in 26 innings

1988-11-16

Jose Canseco is 1st unanimous AL MVP since Reggie Jackson

1989-07-11

60th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim All star MVP: Bo Jackson (KC Royals)

1990-03-01

Steve Jackson Games is raided by the United States Secret Service, prompting the later formation of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

1990-03-14

4th Soul Train Music Awards: Soul II Soul, Janet Jackson win

1990-06-07

Michael Jackson hospitalized for chest pains

1990-06-09

Michael Jackson is hospitalized with inflamed rib cartilage

1990-08-26

Bo Jackson hits 4th of 4 consecutive HRs

1990-11-26

1st Billboard Music Awards: M.C. Hammer & Janet Jackson win

1990-12-06

Shoeless Joe Jackson's signature is sold for $23,100

1991-01-28

18th American Music Award: M C Hammer & Janet Jackson

1991-03-11

Janet Jackson signs $40M 3 album deal with Virgin records

1991-03-19

KC Royals announce they are putting Bo Jackson on waivers

1991-03-20

Michael Jackson signs $65M 6 album deal with Sony records

1991-04-03

Bo Jackson signs 1-year contract with Chicago White Sox

1991-05-13

"Michael Jackson: Magic & Madness" goes on sale

1991-09-11

"La Toya: Growing Up in The Jackson Family" goes on sale

1991-11-02

Jermaine Jackson releases "Word to the Badd!!" anti Michael song

1991-11-14

Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video premieres on FOX TV

1991-12-09

2nd Billboard Music Awards: Michael Jackson & Whitney Houston win

1992-06-08

26th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Garth Brooks

1992-09-23

Jackson Browne reportedly beats girlfriend Daryl Hannah

1993-01-05

Reggie Jackson elected to Hall of Fame

1993-01-25

20th American Music Award: Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey win

1993-02-10

"Michael Jackson Talks To Oprah Winfrey" airs on ABC & drew an astounding 39.3 rating/56 share, 90 million people

1993-03-09

7th Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Mary J. Blige win

1993-06-07

27th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Vince Gill

1993-08-01

Reggie Jackson enshrined in Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY

1993-08-14

Reggie Jackson Day - NY Yanks retire 13th # (#44)

1993-08-20

Colin Jackson runs world record 110m hurdles (12.91)

1994-01-25

Accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy, Michael Jackson settles a civil lawsuit out of court

1994-02-05

Medgar Evers' murderer Byron De La Beckwith sentenced to life, in Jackson Miss, 30 years after the crime

1994-03-06

Colin Jackson runs world record 60m hurdles indoor (7.30 sec)

1994-05-06

Lennox Lewis TKOs Phil Jackson in 8 for heavyweight boxing title

1994-06-06

28th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Ray Stevens

1994-09-06

11th MTV Awards: Aerosmith, Lisa Marie & Michael Jackson win

1994-09-06

Actor Jackson Pinckney awarded $487,000 for being partially blinded by Jean-Claude Van Damme during filming of "Cyborg"

1994-09-08

MTV awards feature newlyweds Michael Jackson & Lisa Marie Presley

1995-06-05

29th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Reba McEntire

1995-10-04

29th Country Music Association Award: Krauss Jackson win

1995-12-06

Michael Jackson collapses while rehearsing for an HBO special

1996-06-10

30th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson

1997-05-06

Michael Jackson & Bee Gees inducted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1997-06-16

31st Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & LeAnn Rimes

1997-07-25

Autumn Jackson, found guilty of trying to extort $40M from Bill Cosby

1997-12-12

Fed judge sentences Autumn Jackson, who claims to be Bill Cosby's daughter, to 26 months for trying to extort $40 million from him

1997-12-23

Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is quickest to reach 500 wins (682 games)

2000-06-13

Samuel L. Jackson is honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

2001-06-13

35th TNN & CMT Country Weekly Music Awards: George Strait, Faith Hill & Alan Jackson wins

2001-10-21

"United We Stand" benefit concert for September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks victims, held at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC. Event organized and headlined by Michael Jackson, also featuring pop stars Aerosmith, Mariah Carey, The Backstreet Boys, and others.

2002-01-09

Michael Jackson receives the Artist of the Century award at the American music awards

2002-01-09

29th American Music Award: Janet Jackson & Lenny Kravitz win

2002-05-22

37th Academy of Country Music Awards: Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride & Alan Jackson wins

2002-11-06

36th Country Music Association Award: Alan Jackson & Martina McBride wins

2003-01-26

Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat Oakland Raiders, 48-21 at the Qualcomm Stadium MVP: Dexter Jackson, Tampa Bay, S

2003-11-05

37th Country Music Association Award: Alan Jackson & Martina McBride wins

2004-02-01

Janet Jackson's breast is exposed during the half-time show of Super Bowl XXXVIII, resulting in US broadcasters adopting a stronger adherence to FCC censorship guidelines.

2004-03-20

18th Soul Train Music Awards: R. Kelly, Janet Jackson, Outkast & Beyoncé win

2005-06-13

A jury in Santa Maria, California acquits pop singer Michael Jackson of molesting 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo at his Neverland Ranch.

2006-08-27

Comair Flight 5191 crashes on takeoff from Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky bound for Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. Of the passengers and crew, 49 of 50 are confirmed dead in the hours following the crash.

2007-01-07

Phil Jackson wins his 900th game as a head coach, becoming the fastest coach to reach 900 career wins

2008-12-25

Phil Jackson becomes the sixth coach in NBA history to win 1,000 games

2009-11-03

23rd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson & Chaka Khan win

2009-11-22

36th American Music Award: Taylor Swift & Michael Jackson win

2010-12-19

"Miracle at the New Meadowlands", trailing the New York Giants by 21 points with under eight minutes to play in the 4th quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles score four unanswered touchdowns in the final seven minutes and 28 seconds of play, including the final score, a dramatic walk-off punt returned for a touchdown by DeSean Jackson as time expires

2014-03-18

Phil Jackson signs a five-year contract to be president of the New York Knicks

2016-12-11

Louisville QB Lamar Jackson wins Heisman Trophy

2017-01-04

Janet Jackson, 50, gives birth to a boy, Eissa Al Mana

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Jackson - Notable Birthdays

Andrew JacksonMar 15, 1767

John C. CalhounMar 18, 1782

Thomas JacksonJan 21, 1824

Mahalia JacksonOct 26, 1911

Shirley JacksonDec 14, 1916

Jimmie Lee JacksonDec 16, 1938

Phil JacksonSep 17, 1945

Reggie JacksonMay 18, 1946

Kate JacksonOct 29, 1948

Samuel L. JacksonDec 21, 1948

Spike LeeMar 20, 1957

Michael JacksonAug 29, 1958

Peter JacksonOct 31, 1961

Zina GarrisonNov 16, 1963

Janet JacksonMay 16, 1966

Lisa Marie PresleyFeb 1, 1968

Jackson - Birthdays
Date Event
1730-05-29

William Jackson, composer

1757-04-15

George Knowil Jackson, composer

1767-03-15

Andrew Jackson, Carolinas, General/(D) 7th US President (1829-37)

1767-03-15

Andrew Jackson, Andrew Jackson: A Man for the People

1767-06-15

Rachel Donelson Jackson, wife of President Andrew Jackson (1828-37) (died 1828)

1782-03-18

John C. Calhoun, Abbeville South Carolina, Andrew Jackson's VP (1825-32)

1786-01-11

Joseph Jackson Lister, London, British optician who perfected the optical microscope by designing the achromatic objective lens

1803-07-24

Alexander Jackson Davis, US, architect (gothic revivalist)

1805-06-21

Charles Thomas Jackson, American scientist, polymath (d. 1880)

1807-01-11

Alfred Eugene "Mudwall" Jackson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1813-09-11

Conrad Feger Jackson, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1815-01-09

William Jackson, composer

1815-01-28

Andrew Jackson Hamilton, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1875

1815-04-28

Andrew Jackson Smith, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1815-07-30

Thomas Jackson Rodman, Salem Indiana, Bvt Brigadier General (Union volunteers) was an American military inventor of the rodman gun and perforated-cake gunpowder

1819-09-14

Henry Jackson Hunt, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1889

1820-06-24

Henry Rootes Jackson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1898

1822-04-15

Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh Dana, Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-01-21

Thomas Jackson ["Stonewall"], Clarksburg, Virginia, Lt Gen 2nd Corps (ANV, Confed), (d. 1863)

1824-09-21

Joseph Andrew Jackson Lightburn, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1827-10-02

Edmund Jackson Davis, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1830-07-14

Richard Henry Jackson, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1830-10-18

Helen Hunt Jackson, Ramona

1831-10-15

Helen Maria Hunt Jackson, author (Ramona)

1833-08-26

Charles Jackson Paine, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1834-11-21

Joseph Jackson Bartlett, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1893

1835-03-04

John Hughlings Jackson, English neurologist (d. 1911)

1835-10-01

William Hicks "Red" Jackson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1836-01-08

Fannie M Jackson, pioneer & educator, 1st US Black woman college grad

1857-01-31

George Jackson Churchward, Great Western Railway Chief mechanical engineer. (d. 1933)

1861-07-03

Peter Jackson, heavyweight boxer (hall of famer)

1861-11-14

Frederick Jackson Turner, Wisc, historian/educator (Harvard U)

1870-11-21

Stanley Jackson, cricketer (captain of England, governor of Bengal)

1874-07-28

Orin Jackson, Lizzie's Waterloo

1874-10-15

Charles Tenney Jackson, The Show

1876-02-03

Ethel Jackson, The Battle of the Weak

1876-06-05

Tony Jackson, American musician (d. 1920)

1876-07-17

Rosa Jackson Lumpkin, Georgia, lived to be 115 (died in 1991)

1879-12-03

Marion Jackson, Min and Bill

1879-9-06

Barry V. Jackson, The Marvellous History of St. Bernard

1882-03-12

Jackson Gregory, The Man from Painted Post

1882-10-03

A. Y. Jackson, Canadian painter (d. 1974)

1882-10-25

Tony Jackson, Father of the Bride Part II

1883-03-12

Judge Jackson, composer

1886-07-04

Thomas E. Jackson, The Woman in the Window

1886-10-29

Jackson Rose, Dillinger

1886-9-21

Frederick J. Jackson, The Stolen Actress

1887-07-16

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson, black sox player (Say it aint so, Joe)

1888-05-07

Selmer Jackson, The Grapes of Wrath

1888-05-17

Selmer Jackson, Iowa, actor (Life & Legend of Wyatt Earp)

1889-07-16

Joe Jackson,

1891-04-29

Ellis Jackson, Down Melody Lane

1892-02-13

Robert Houghwout Jackson, 84th Supreme Court justice (1941-54)

1892-02-13

Robert Jackson, Nuremberg Trials

1897-03-15

Jackson Scholz, American runner (d. 1986)

1902-01-17

Cornwell Jackson, They Call It Murder

1903-11-02

Travis Jackson, American baseball player (d. 1987)

1906-02-20

Jack Jackson, Climb Up the Wall

1906-07-01

Edward Lansing Gordon Jr, Jackson Miss, long jumper (Olympic-gold-32)

1909-01-13

Quentin Jackson, Mood Indigo

1909-04-13

Eudora Welty, Jackson Ms, novelist (Optimist's Daughter-Pulitzer 1973)

1909-09-05

Archie Jackson, Australian cricketer (d. 1933)

1910-01-23

Donald L. Jackson, Episode dated 27 April 1953

1910-04-20

T. Leslie Jackson, A Christmas Carol

1910-09-14

Lehman Engel, Jackson Miss, conductor/comp (Streetcar Named Desire)

1910-11-22

Mary Jackson, The Exorcist III

1911-01-19

Harvey Jackson,

1911-10-26

Mahalia Jackson, New Orleans, gospel singer (Whole World in his Hands)

1911-10-26

Mahalia Jackson, Precious

1912-01-28

Jackson Pollock, Cody Wyoming, expressionist painter (Lavender Mist)

1912-01-28

Jackson Pollock, Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island

1912-05-30

Joe Jackson Jr., Episode #4.3

1912-05-31

Henry M "Scoop" Jackson, (Sen-D-Wash)

1912-05-31

Henry Jackson, Bob Hope for President

1912-07-23

Jackson Beck, Take the Money and Run

1913-01-02

Juanita E Jackson Mitchell, US head (NAACP)

1913-03-22

Jocelyn Jackson, The Birthday Present

1913-07-23

Jackson Wheeler, So You Want to Be on a Jury

1913-07-25

Jill Jackson, Madame X

1913-10-09

Peaches Jackson, Lahoma

1914-02-02

Jimmie Jackson, The Downtown Show

1915-11-03

Hal Jackson, Rockin' the Blues

1915-12-04

Allan Jackson, Hot Springs Ark, newscaster (Youth Takes a Stand)

1916-03-26

Pat Jackson, White Corridors

1916-08-21

Jackson Gillis, Short Fuse

1916-12-14

Shirley Jackson, San Francisco, California, writer (Road Through the Wall), (d. 1965)

1916-12-14

Shirley Jackson, The Haunting

1916-12-25

Eugene Jackson, The Addams Family

1917-07-27

Jackson De Souza, Mãos Sangrentas

1917-10-02

Francis Jackson, organist & master of Music/York minister

1917-10-15

Arthur Schlesinger Jr, Ohio, historian (1946 Pulitzer-Age of Jackson)

1918-03-12

Elaine de Kooning, Jackson Pollock

1918-10-25

Chubby Jackson, A Great Day in Harlem

1918-11-04

Jay Jackson, Crashing the Water Barrier

1919-03-15

George Avakian, Mahalia Jackson: The Power and the Glory

1919-04-22

Bull Moose Jackson, Cry-Baby

1919-05-26

Calvin Jackson, The Unsinkable Molly Brown

1919-08-31

Jackson do Pandeiro, Minha Sogra É da Polícia

1919-12-25

Freddie Jackson, Double Deal

1920-12-19

Gérard Herzog, La voie Jackson

1920-9-03

Jackson Weaver, The Martyr

1921-02-24

Douglass Watson, Jackson GA, actor (Satan Murders, Another World)

1921-04-05

Les Jackson, cricket bowler (England twice, 1949 & 1961)

1921-04-28

Nancie Jackson, Doctor Who and the Silurians: Episode 2

1921-11-27

Jenie Jackson, Ride the High Country

1922-02-25

Tex Winter, Phil Jackson

1922-03-19

Sheila Jackson, Birds of a Feather

1922-09-12

Jackson Mac Low, composer

1922-9-12

Jackson Mac Low, The Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda

1923-01-01

Milton Jackson, US, vibraphonist (Milt of Bags)

1923-01-01

Milt Jackson, Wild

1923-01-14

Mary Ann Jackson, Pups Is Pups

1923-03-21

Harry Jackson, The Four of Us Are Dying

1923-04-30

Dalonne Jackson, Minnie and Moskowitz

1923-06-26

Nancy Jackson, T.R.: The Story of Theodore Roosevelt (Part I)

1923-07-15

Cordell Jackson, The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag

1923-11-08

Jack Jackson, State Fair

1923-12-19

Gordon Jackson, Scottish actor (d. 1990)

1923-12-19

Gordon Jackson, The Great Escape

1924-04-18

Harry Jackson, Harry Jackson: A Man and his Art

1925-04-09

Tom Jackson, British union leader (Post Office)

1925-08-06

Dickie Jackson, The Kid from Borneo

1926-02-10

Randy Jackson, Game 4

1926-03-22

Lawrence Jackson, Provost Emeritus (Blackburn)

1926-09-03

Anne Jackson, Penn, actress (Dirty Dingus Magee, Angel Levine)

1926-9-03

Anne Jackson, The Shining

1927-03-11

Raymond Jackson, [Jaki], British cartoonist

1927-11-22

Grady "Fats" Jackson, tenor sax player

1928-02-07

Leonard Jackson, The Color Purple

1928-07-26

Joe Jackson, Joe Jackson: Making Michael

1928-10-18

Keith Jackson, Carrolton Ga, sportscaster (ABC Monday Night Football)

1928-10-18

Keith Jackson, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1928-12-23

Bradford Jackson, The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent

1929-07-09

Lee Hazelwood, Ok, country singer/songwriter (Summer Wine, Jackson)

1929-12-10

Selma do Coco, Jackson do Pandeiro

1930-01-25

Ruth Kligman, Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island

1930-05-04

Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon

1931-01-15

Thomas Hoving, Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?

1931-06-02

Larry Jackson, baseball player

1931-06-02

Larry Jackson, 1957 MLB All-Star Game

1931-06-29

Ray Jackson, Dunkirk

1931-09-13

Marjorie Jackson, Australia, sprinter (Olympic-gold-1952) [or Feb 13]

1932-02-06

Allan Stone, Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?

1932-02-07

Alfred M Worden, Jackson Michigan, Colonel USAF/astronaut (Apollo 15)

1932-04-09

Carl Perkins, Jackson Tn, singer/songwriter (Blue Suede Shoes)

1932-11-06

Stonewall Jackson, rocker

1932-11-06

Stonewall Jackson, Pilot

1933-02-24

David 'Fathead' Newman Jr., Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration

1933-03-21

Crane Jackson, The Octagon

1933-04-28

Oliver "Bops Junior" Jackson, drummer

1933-07-19

Inigo Jackson, Twins of Evil

1933-07-30

Colette Jackson, Teenage Doll

1934-04-16

Michael Jackson, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1

1934-07-15

David Jackson, 10 Rillington Place

1934-11-27

Al Jackson Jr., Pulp Fiction

1934-12-04

Wink Martindale, Jackson Tn, TV host (Tic-Tac-Dough, Can You Top This)

1935-03-22

Lael Jackson, Russian Roulette

1935-03-30

Alan Jackson, CEO (BTR)

1935-08-23

Brendan Jackson, British air marshal

1935-11-27

Al Jackson Jr, Memphis Tn, drummer (Booker T & MGs-Chinese Checkers)

1935-12-25

Al Jackson, baseball player

1935-12-25

Alvin Jackson, Casey at the Met(s)

1936-05-09

Glenda Jackson, Cheshire England, actress (Women in Love)

1936-05-09

Glenda Jackson, Sunday Bloody Sunday

1936-07-28

Russ Jackson, Canadian football player

1936-08-05

John Dancy, Jackson Tx, newscaster (Prime Time Sunday)

1936-9-27

Don Cornelius, The Jackson 5

1937-01-10

Thomas Penfield Jackson, American judge

1937-03-01

Curtis Loys Jackson Jr., The Boy with Green Hair

1937-04-23

Don Massengale, Jackson TX, PGA golfer (1966 Bing Crosby Celebrity)

1937-05-20

Dave Hill, Jackson MI, PGA golfer (1967 Memphis)

1937-07-22

Chuck Jackson, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1937-07-27

Chuck Jackson, Latta SC, singer (Any Day Now, I Don't Want to Cry)

1937-08-18

Sammy Jackson, General Hospital

1937-10-20

Wanda Jackson, Maud Oklahoma, country singer (Let's Have a Party)

1937-10-20

Wanda Jackson, Dead Poets Society

1938-03-23

Maynard Jackson, first black mayor of Atlanta (d. 2003)

1938-03-23

Maynard Jackson, Startup.com

1938-03-29

Barry Jackson, Barry Lyndon

1938-05-17

Pervis Jackson, rocker (Spinners)

1938-07-16

Tony Jackson, English bass player (The Searchers) (d. 2003)

1938-11-11

Roger Laver, [Jackson], rock keyboardist (Tornados)

1938-12-16

Jimmie Lee Jackson, Marion Alabama, American civil rights protestor

1939-01-27

Mike Hill, Jackson MI, PGA golfer (1977 Ohio Kings Island Open)

1940-03-16

Bobby Jackson, 1963 AFL Championship Game

1940-07-16

Tony Jackson, Liverpool, rock bassist/vocalist (Searchers)

1940-07-16

Tony Jackson, Saturday Night Out

1940-10-22

Ashley Jackson, The Loxley Lozenge

1941-03-22

Jackson De Govia, Die Hard

1941-04-08

J.J. Jackson, The Van Halen Story: The Early Years

1941-05-23

Jackson Hill, composer

1941-08-02

Doris Kenner-Jackson, Because I Said So

1941-08-18

Christopher Jones, Jackson TN, actor (Wild in the Streets), (d. 2014)

1941-10-08

Jesse Jackson, Greenville SC, clergyman/presidential candidate (D)

1941-10-08

Jesse Jackson, Both Sides with Jesse Jackson

1941-10-31

Lucas Brown Jackson, San Marcos Tx, basketballer (Olympic-gold-1964)

1941-12-10

Tommy Rettig, Jackson Heights NY, actor (Jeff's Collie-Lassie)

1942-02-15

Sherry Jackson, What Are Little Girls Made Of?

1942-03-27

Michael Jackson, English writer (d. 2007)

1942-03-27

Michael Jackson, Beer Hunter: The Movie

1942-05-20

Paula, [Jill Jackson], Tx, singer (Hey Paula)

1942-09-28

Grant "Mudcat" Jackson, pitcher (1972 NY Yankees, Phillies)

1942-9-18

Ernestine Jackson, 10,000 Black Men Named George

1942-9-28

Grant Jackson, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1943-01-08

Lee Jackson, rocker (Nice)

1943-03-18

Kevin Dobson, Jackson Hgts NY, actor (Kojak, Knots Landing, Shannon)

1943-04-24

Donald G. Jackson, Hell Comes to Frogtown

1943-10-04

Mick Jackson, The Bodyguard

1943-10-23

Jackson Bostwick, TRON

1944-02-18

Anthony Jackson, Labyrinth

1944-06-12

Maurice Jackson, US singer (Independents-Leaving You)

1944-07-09

Sonny Jackson, Game 3

1944-07-13

Millie Jackson, Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins

1944-07-15

Millie Jackson, Thompson Ga, model/singer (Get it out 'cha system)

1945-02-06

Jennifer Jackson, Playboy: The Party Continues

1945-03-22

Charles "Chuck" Jackson, US singer (Playboy, Independents)

1945-08-02

Jewell Jackson McCabe, pres (natl coaltion of 100 black women)

1945-09-17

Phil Jackson, Deer Lodge Montana, American basketball player and coach (Knicks/Bulls/Lakers)

1945-9-17

Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan to the Max

1946-01-06

Harold Jackson, Hattiesburg, MS, NFL wide receiver (LA, New Engl)

1946-01-06

Harold Jackson, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1946-01-18

Kirk Varnedoe, Jackson Song - Un ricordo di Jackson Pollock

1946-05-18

Reggie Jackson, Wyncote Pennsylvania, "Mr October" baseball rightfielder (Yankees, A's)

1946-05-18

Reggie Jackson, BASEketball

1946-09-24

Robert Jackson, MP/minister of British Civil Service

1946-10-04

Susan Sarandon, [Tomaling], Jackson Hgts NY, actress (Bull Durham)

1946-10-04

Frank G. Jackson, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1947-04-14

Joe Lahoud, Reggie Jackson

1947-04-26

Gervase Frank Ashworth Jackson-Stops, architectural adviser

1947-04-29

Tom House, Reggie Jackson

1947-10-02

Paul Jackson, The Ron Clark Story

1947-11-02

Mick Jackson, Pitch Perfect

1948-01-11

Madeline Manning-Jackson-Mimms, US 800m runner (Oly-gold-1968)

1948-01-19

Michael J. Jackson, The Fourth Protocol

1948-03-28

Jamie Smith-Jackson, All the President's Men

1948-06-18

Philip Jackson, The Best Offer

1948-10-09

Jackson Browne, US Base in Germany, rock voclaist (Lawyers in Love)

1948-10-09

Jackson Browne, Forrest Gump

1948-10-29

Kate Jackson, Birmingham Ala, actress (Rookies, Charlie's Angels)

1948-10-29

Kate Jackson, Loverboy

1948-10-31

Ronny Jackson, Joan Lui - Ma un giorno nel paese arrivo io di lunedì

1948-12-12

Ray Jackson, rock musician

1948-12-21

Samuel L. Jackson, Washington DC, actor (Amos & Andrew, White Sand, Pulp Fiction)

1948-12-21

Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction

1949-01-21

Daryl G. Nickens, The Famous Jett Jackson

1949-06-24

Betty Jackson, A Midwinter's Tale

1949-07-16

Richard Jackson, Princess Ida

1949-10-21

LaTanya Richardson Jackson, U.S. Marshals

1950-01-12

Sheila Jackson Lee, American politician

1950-01-12

Sheila Jackson Lee, Split: A Divided America

1950-02-20

Jan Jackson, Beyond the Wall of Sleep

1950-05-29

Rebbie [Maureen] Jackson, Gary Indiana, singer (R U Tuff Enuff)

1950-05-29

Rebbie Jackson, Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon

1950-06-01

John M. Jackson, A Few Good Men

1950-06-02

Sally Jackson, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

1950-07-15

Leigh Jackson, Warriors

1950-07-30

John Paul Jackson, Mystery of the Father's Blessing

1950-08-03

John Landis, Chicago IL, director (Animal House, Michael Jackson's Thriller video)

1950-08-24

Bernard Jackson, Super Bowl XII

1950-11-17

Rusty Jackson, 1976 NFC Championship Game

1951-01-26

Walt Willey, Ottawa Ill, actor (Jackson Montgomery-All My Children)

1951-04-04

Tom Jackson, 1997 NFL Draft

1951-04-12

Jackson Spires, rock drummer (Blackfoot)

1951-04-14

Noah Jackson, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1951-05-04

Jackie Jackson, [Sigmund], Gary In, rocker (Jackson 5-ABC)

1951-05-04

Jackie Jackson, The Running Man

1951-05-10

Ron Banks, Jermaine Jackson/Dramatics

1951-05-14

Clim Jackson, Camp Hollywood

1951-05-20

Ken Kurtis, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1951-06-27

Howard Jackson, Full Contact

1951-08-02

Greg Jackson, Episode #1.2

1951-11-19

Wilbur Jackson, Super Bowl XVII

1952-04-08

Patricia Jackson, True Lies

1952-04-26

Merrell Jackson, Godspell

1952-05-08

Beth Henley, Jackson Miss, actress/playwright (Miss Firecracker)

1952-05-13

Jacob Dahlin, Janet Jackson, Duran Duran

1952-05-22

Bruce Kalish, The Famous Jett Jackson

1952-07-18

Denny Jackson,

1952-08-13

Herb Ritts, Michael Jackson: Video Greatest Hits - HIStory

1952-10-09

Fritzi Jackson,

1952-10-13

Beverly Johnson, Michael Jackson: Liberian Girl

1952-9-05

David Glen Eisley, Action Jackson

1953-04-01

Robert Jackson, Art Modell for Moving the Browns to Baltimore

1953-05-09

Ron Jackson, baseball player

1953-05-09

Ron Jackson, History Rings True: Red Sox Opening Day Ring Ceremony

1953-05-11

David Gest, Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon

1953-07-14

Monte Jackson, Minnesota Vikings vs. Los Angeles Rams

1953-08-28

Jackson Antunes, The Dead Girl's Feast

1953-10-15

[Toriano] Tito Jackson, singer (Jackson 5-ABC, Never Can Say Goodbye)

1953-10-15

Tito Jackson, Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon

1953-12-13

Tom Sanders, Jackson Wyoming, aerial cameraman (Living Daylights)

1953-9-18

Carl Jackson, Clay Pigeons

1954-02-12

Gail Jackson-Francis, Didi's Last Wish

1954-02-20

Anthony Head, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1954-06-01

Doug Jackson, The Last Stand

1954-08-11

Joe Jackson, English singer/pianist/composer (The Harder they Come)

1954-08-11

Joe Jackson, There's Something About Mary

1954-12-11

Jermaine Jackson, Gary Indiana, singer (Jackson 5-ABC)

1954-12-11

Jermaine Jackson, Michael Jackson: Life of a Superstar

1955-01-27

Richard Jackson, No Country for Old Men

1955-02-28

Randy Jackson, New Orleans, guitarist (Zebra-Tell Me What You Want)

1955-03-20

Mark Tataryn, The Famous Jett Jackson

1955-03-22

Greg Jackson, 10 Things I Hate About You

1955-03-22

Charles Jackson, Denver Broncos vs. New York Jets

1955-08-03

Alfred Jackson, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

1955-08-30

Martin Jackson, rocker (Swing Out Sister-Swing Out)

1955-12-09

Terry Jackson, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1955-12-11

Stu Jackson, Reading Pa, NBA coach (NY Knicks (1989-90)

1956-02-09

Philip Jackson Ford Jr, NC, basketball player (Olympic-gold-1976)

1956-02-29

Randy Jackson, rocker (Zebra-I Don't Know, I Don't Care)

1956-03-26

Charly McClain, Jackson Tn, country singer (Radio Heart)

1956-05-24

Michael Jackson, Northern Irish clergyman

1956-05-29

LaToya Jackson, Gary, Indiana, American singer/model (If You Feel the Funk)/posed for Playboy

1956-05-29

La Toya Jackson, Playboy Celebrity Centerfold: La Toya Jackson

1956-06-23

Randy Jackson, The National Christmas Tree Lighting

1956-07-27

Jackson Phillips, Flashpoint

1956-07-29

Jackson Burns, Splinter

1956-08-29

Roger Jackson, Scream

1956-10-02

Freddie Jackson, US R&B singer/songwriter (Rock Me Tonight)

1956-10-02

Freddie Jackson, King of New York

1956-11-16

Mallie Jackson, Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now

1956-12-23

Bobby Jackson, Bobby Bowden

1957-02-06

Jackson Bolt, Nailbiter

1957-03-12

Marlon D Jackson, Gary IN, singer (Jackson 5-Maybe Tomorrow)

1957-03-12

Marlon Jackson, Michael Jackson: The Legend Continues

1957-03-20

Spike Lee [Shelton Jackson Lee], Atlanta, Florida, American film director (Mo Better Blues, Jungle Fever, Malcolm X)

1957-07-15

Michael Jackson, Los Angeles Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks

1957-10-05

Mark Geragos, Michael Jackson/Iraq After Saddam

1958-01-06

George Jackson, New Jack City

1958-02-11

Michael Jackson, controller (BBC2)

1958-02-11

Michael Jackson, Birdland

1958-03-20

Rickey Jackson, NFL defensive end (SF 49ers)

1958-03-20

Rickey Jackson, Super Bowl XXIX

1958-04-19

Jay Jackson, Like Sheep

1958-05-06

Marc Jackson, Kidney Thieves

1958-08-29

Michael Jackson, Gary Indiana, recording artist and King of Pop (Thriller, Bad), (d. 2009)

1958-08-29

Michael Jackson, This Is It

1958-08-30

Don Jackson, Anna Nicole Smith

1958-10-10

Robert Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1958-10-17

Alan Jackson, Newnan Ga, country singer (Here in the Real World)

1958-10-17

Alan Jackson, Unstoppable

1958-11-13

Linda Jackson, Montreal Quebec, cyclist (Olympics-96)

1958-11-24

Theresa Gonsalves, VH1 News Presents: Michael Jackson's Secret Childhood

1958-11-29

Thomas Matthew Jackson, The Tuskegee Airmen

1958-12-06

Debbie Rowe, The Michael Jackson Interview: The Footage You Were Never Meant to See

1959-02-11

Jackson Reid, Fallen Angel II: Descending

1959-04-02

Victoria Jackson, Miami Florida, comedian (SNL, Casual Sex)

1959-08-02

Victoria Jackson, UHF

1959-08-03

Victoria Jackson, Miami Fla, actress (Casual Sex, Saturday Night Live, UHF)

1959-08-30

Mark 'Jacko' Jackson, Australian rules footballer and actor

1959-08-30

Mark 'Jacko' Jackson, Wild Colonial Psychos: Bandits on the Run

1959-11-14

Susan Jackson, Cabin Fever

1959-12-25

Missy Cleveland, Jackson Miss, playmate (April, 1979)

1959-12-30

Paul Jackson Jr., Hairspray

1959-9-26

Jackson Hughes, Episode dated 18 November 1985

1959-9-26

Jackson Hughes, Joy Ride/Shelter Skelter/Private Channel

1960-01-29

Eddie Jackson, bassist (Queensryche-Breaking the Silence)

1960-02-27

Stoney Jackson, Richmond Va, actor (White Shadow, Insiders)

1960-02-27

Stoney Jackson, The Fan

1960-03-22

Christopher Jackson, National Lampoon's Vacation

1960-04-16

Stan Foster, Action Jackson

1960-05-15

Alison Jackson, Sven: The Coach, the Cash and His Lovers

1960-05-18

Tom Jackson, Oakville Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 CPGA Winter)

1960-08-26

Ola Ray, Michael Jackson: Thriller

1960-09-20

Alice Regina Brown, Jackson MS, 4X100 runner (Olympic-gold-1984, 88)

1960-11-03

[Charles] Karch Kiraly, Jackson, Michigan, American volleyball player (Oly-3 g-84, 88, 96)

1961-01-29

Eddie Jackson, Queensrÿche: Video Mindcrime

1961-06-14

Grace Jackson, St Ann Jamaica, 200m runner (Olympic-silver-1988)

1961-07-23

Cooley Jackson, Moonwalker

1961-08-08

Paul Jackson, rocker

1961-08-08

Paul Jackson, Episode #1.21

1961-08-14

Mario Jackson, Baby Boy

1961-10-10

Bonita Friedericy, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1961-10-29

Randy Jackson, Gary In, rocker (Jackson 5-ABC)

1961-10-31

Peter Jackson, Pukerua Bay, New Zealand, film director (Lord of the Rings - Academy Award, Best Director, 2003)

1961-10-31

Randy Jackson, Glitter

1961-10-31

Peter Jackson, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

1961-11-01

Paul Jackson, cricketer (slow lefty bowler for Victoria & Queensland)

1961-11-02

Jeff Tedford, The Making of a First Rounder: The DeSean Jackson Story

1961-12-21

Matthew Jackson, Little Nicky

1962-01-05

Danny Jackson, US baseball pitcher (Royals/Phillies/Cardinals)

1962-01-05

Danny Jackson, 1993 World Series Video: Philadelphia vs Toronto Blue Jays

1962-02-15

Kenny Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1962-05-25

Lionel James, Bo Jackson

1962-07-07

Clive "Doctor" Jackson, rocker (Dr & Medics-Laughing at Pieces)

1962-07-16

Rene Elizondo, Janet Jackson: Design of a Decade 1986/1996

1962-10-20

Steven R "Randy" Jackson, US percussionist/singer (Enjoy Yourself)

1962-11-09

Shauna Shapiro Jackson, You May Not Kiss the Bride

1962-11-30

Bo Jackson, baseball/football player (KC Royals, LA Raiders)

1962-11-30

Bo Jackson, Someday Your Prince Will Be in Effect: Part 2

1962-12-03

Tammy Jackson, WNBA forward/center (Houston Comets)

1962-9-25

Christopher A. Jackson, The Bourne Ultimatum

1963-01-19

Martin Bashir, Living with Michael Jackson: A Tonight Special

1963-07-23

Mark Jackson, Super Bowl XXIV

1963-08-14

Vestee Jackson, 1988 NFC Championship Game

1963-08-22

Darrin Jackson, MLB on FOX

1963-11-16

Zina Garrison Jackson, Houston Texas, tennis star (1988/90 Wimbledon)

1963-11-16

Rodney Jackson, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

1963-11-19

Lee Jackson, Shadow Warrior

1963-11-21

Jeff Bredt, Jackson Arms

1963-11-22

Scoop Jackson, There's Ben

1963-9-09

Mays Jackson, The Dark Knight Rises

1963-9-11

Andrew Jackson, Shadow Builder

1964-02-22

Tommie Agee, Bo Jackson

1964-03-29

Michael A. Jackson, Maryland politician

1964-06-10

Greg Jackson, Happy Gilmore

1964-07-19

André A. Jackson, founder African Diamond Producers Association

1964-08-02

Mary-Louise Parker, Ft Jackson SC, actress (Fried Green Tomatoes)

1964-11-12

Dave Ellefson, Jackson, Minnesota, American heavy metal bassist (Megadeth)

1964-11-25

Wendy Wyland, Jackson Mich, platform diver (Olympic-bronze-1984)

1964-12-22

Mike Jackson, Houston Texas, pitcher (Seattle Mariners)

1964-12-22

Michael Jackson, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1965-01-04

John Jackson, NFL offensive tackle (Pittsburgh Steelers)

1965-01-04

John Jackson, Super Bowl XXX

1965-02-26

Matt Jackson, Birmingham Mich, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Payless)

1965-03-11

Jesse Jackson, Jr., American politician

1965-03-11

Jesse Jackson Jr., Episode dated 23 April 2008

1965-04-01

Mark Jackson, NBA guard (Indiana Pacers)

1965-04-01

Mark Jackson, Episode dated 13 May 2010

1965-04-19

Keith Jackson, Super Bowl XXXI

1965-08-29

Will Perdue, Phil Jackson

1965-10-01

Kymedienne Jackson, Ain't Got Money for That Salesman!

1965-10-22

Hue Jackson, Episode dated 1 December 2011

1965-11-10

Celeste Jackson, Tadpole

1965-12-21

Gabrielle Glaser, musician (Luscious Jackson)

1965-9-29

Tim Jackson, Where's My Close-up, Mr. Thornton?

1966-01-05

Kate Schellenbach, musician (Luscious Jackson)

1966-04-20

Kelly O'Neil Jackson, Hiding in Plain Sight

1966-05-14

Mark Jackson, NBA guard (Indiana Pacers)

1966-05-16

Janet Jackson, Gary Indiana, singer, Michael's sister (Control)

1966-05-16

Janet Jackson, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

1966-07-06

Diamond Jackson, Can't Be Sanford & Son: It's a XXX Parody

1966-08-20

Greg Jackson, NFL strong safety (Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers)

1966-08-20

Greg Jackson, Super Bowl XXV

1966-11-09

Kevin Jackson, Furious 7

1967-02-18

Colin Jackson, Cardiff Wales, 100m hurdler (Olympic-silver-1988)

1967-02-18

Colin Jackson, Colin Jackson

1967-04-03

Daryl Jackson, Dard Divorce

1967-07-07

Alfred Jackson, CFL receiver (BC Lions)

1967-07-07

Jackson Davis, Pineapple

1967-07-10

Alfred Jackson, NFL cornerback (Minnesota Vikings)

1967-07-10

Alfred Jackson, 1989 NFL Draft

1967-10-27

Jaren Jackson, NBA guard/forward (Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs)

1967-10-29

Oscar Jackson, Enter the Black Dragon

1967-9-19

Aliya Jackson, Cover

1968-02-01

Lisa Marie Presley Keough Jackson, Memphis Tenn, daughter of Elvis

1968-03-13

Michael Levitt, Michael Jackson Memorial

1968-05-09

Willie Stewart, The Way He Makes Them Feel: A Michael Jackson Fan Documentary

1968-06-28

Brian K. Jackson, A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy

1968-07-16

Janet Arvizo, Living with Michael Jackson: A Tonight Special

1968-08-06

Jeff Barlow, Jackson MS, Nike golfer (1994 NIKE Carolina Classic-5th)

1968-08-29

Nick Ball, Samuel L Jackson

1968-11-02

Melanie Jackson, Ways of the Quiet

1968-11-12

Jackson Price, In Gear

1968-12-05

Michael Laricchia, Jamie Clarke's Perfect: Jackson Town

1968-12-23

Corey Allen Jackson, Spider-Man 2

1968-9-15

Mike Jackson, The Bar

1969-01-08

Brian Wilson, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1969-02-27

Victoria Fair, Jackson Michigan, Miss Michigan-America (1991)

1969-03-21

Jennifer Lyn Jackson, Cleveland Ohio, playmate (April, 1989)

1969-03-21

Jennifer Lyn Jackson, Playboy: Playmate Profile Video Collection Featuring Miss April 1998, 1995, 1992, 1989

1969-04-08

Steve Jackson, NFL cornerback (Houston/Tennessee Oilers)

1969-04-08

Steve Jackson, Super Bowl XXXIV

1969-04-12

Michael Jackson, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1969-04-12

Michael Jackson, Tennessee Oilers vs. Baltimore Ravens

1969-04-25

Gavin Bruk-Jackson, cricketer (Zimbabwe Test batsman 1993)

1969-06-14

Tara Bardot Jackson, Hot Sexy Video Show!

1969-07-04

Tim Jackson, Australian 100m/200m (Olympics-96)

1969-07-08

Andrea Jackson, The Daily Buzz

1969-10-13

Tim Crabtree, Jackson MI, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1969-11-08

Jackson Stull, Heart of an Empire

1969-12-21

Leon Searcy, NFL offensive tackle (Pittsburgh Steelers, Jackson Jaguars)

1970-01-22

George Loving Jackson, Where Everyone Knows My Name

1970-02-27

Wendy Eley Jackson, Maynard

1970-06-10

Woody Jackson, Ocean's Twelve

1970-06-22

Richard Yearwood, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1970-06-27

Vikki Jackson, Rocket Science

1970-08-14

Trise Jackson, WNBA guard (LA Sparks)

1970-08-21

Marc Evan Jackson, 22 Jump Street

1970-10-13

Mel Jackson, American actor and R&B musician

1970-10-13

Mel Jackson, Deliver Us from Eva

1970-10-14

Jim Jackson, NBA guard (Dallas Mavericks, Phila 76ers)

1970-11-08

Michael Jackson, Trailer Park Boys: The Movie

1971-08-16

Willie Jackson, NFL wide receiver (Jacksonville Jaguars)

1971-08-16

Willie Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

1971-10-05

Coni Lyn Hull, Jackson Michigan, Miss America-Michigan (1996)

1971-11-22

Tyoka Jackson, defensive end (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

1971-11-22

Tyoka Jackson, Super Bowl XXXVI

1971-9-04

Chris Beach, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1972-01-02

Jeff Jackson, US baseball outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1972-03-12

Mike Jackson, Triple Dog

1972-03-20

Raj Jackson, Johnny Golf Pro

1972-04-03

Kareem Cook, Michael Jackson: One Night Only

1972-04-21

Tia Jackson, WNBA forward (Phoenix Mercury)

1972-04-29

Jackson Yu, The Dark Knight Rises

1972-05-26

Ben Jackson, American Nightmare

1972-06-08

Anthony McLemore, The Jackson Family

1972-07-30

Sunshine Jackson Underhill, Pop Idol

1972-10-28

Calvin Jackson, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins)

1972-11-11

Jack Jackson, NFL/CFL wide receiver (Chic Bears, Toronto Argonauts)

1972-11-24

David Costello, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1972-12-19

Waverly Jackson, DL (Carolina Panthers)

1972-9-16

Jackson Anderer, Amy's Baking Company

1972-9-25

Tramell Jackson, Salvation

1973-01-21

Grady Jackson, defensive tackle (Oakland Raiders)

1973-01-21

Grady Jackson, Atlanta Falcons vs. Minnesota Vikings

1973-02-17

Raymond Jackson, NFL defensive back (Buffalo Bills)

1973-03-13

Bobby Jackson, NBA guard (Denver Nuggets)

1973-06-26

Aaron Jackson, Pitts Pa, actor (Mark Winkle-California Dreams)

1973-06-26

Aaron Jackson, Wicked Spring

1973-07-30

Cara Jackson, Chandler Arizona, Miss America-Arizona (1996)

1973-08-06

Josh Faure-Brac, I'm Michael Jackson Mother F#@!er!

1973-08-16

Damian Jackson, American baseball player

1973-08-16

Damian Jackson, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1973-08-18

Marcus Aurelio, UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin

1973-11-02

Michelle Jackson, Anchor Zone

1973-12-20

Mary Graff, King Kong: Peter Jackson's Production Diaries

1974-01-01

Staci R. Collins Jackson, Think Like a Man

1974-01-28

Clay Jackson, Clay's Rampage

1974-01-31

Tabatha Jackson,

1974-02-24

Jackson Raine, The Diamond of Jeru

1974-03-05

Paul A. Jackson, Equiano in Africa

1974-04-21

Sean Jackson, Dying to Tell You

1974-06-21

Douglas Romayne, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1974-07-03

Carlos 'Los' Jackson, Prom Night

1974-07-25

Lysa Jackson, Miss South Carolina USA (1996)

1974-12-26

David L. Jackson, The Boy David Story

1975-02-14

Lon D. Moeller II, Captain Jackson

1975-07-06

Jennifer S. Jackson, Team America: World Police

1975-07-12

Cheyenne Jackson, American actor and singer

1975-07-12

Cheyenne Jackson, United 93

1975-07-17

Chris L. Jackson, Abduction of Jesse Bookman

1975-07-31

Judson O. Jackson II, Everyday Woman: Holidays at Home

1975-09-28

Karan Ashley Jackson, Odessa Tx, actress (Aisha-Mighty Power Rangers)

1975-11-17

David Jackson, Heisters

1976-01-10

Terry Jackson, San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears

1976-01-11

Troy Jackson, Streetball: The AND 1 Mix Tape Tour

1976-03-05

Neil Jackson, Quantum of Solace

1976-08-13

Scott Sarver, King Kong: Peter Jackson's Production Diaries

1976-08-28

Lauren A Jackson, Alex

1976-08-31

Shar Jackson, Good Burger

1976-11-28

Ricardo Almeida, UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin

1976-12-18

Valencia Jackson, E! Special: Famous Last Names

1977-01-18

Yashi Brown, All New! A World Exclusive: Oprah Talks to Michael Jackson's Mother, Katherine, and Visits with His Children

1977-01-27

Jermaine Jackson II, The Jacksons: An American Dream

1977-02-16

Trina Jackson, 4X200m freestyle swimmer (Olympics-gold-96)

1977-03-15

Beppi Jackson, Up and Cummers 11

1977-07-28

Dexter Jackson, Super Bowl XXXVII

1977-11-25

Gerald Jackson Jr., Tigerland

1977-9-13

Tristan Jackson, War of the Worlds

1978-01-19

Jackson Armstrong, The Hummingbird Stone

1978-02-28

Jackson Nash, Little Savant

1978-03-19

Heather C. Jackson, Women's Studies

1978-04-05

Stephen Jackson, American basketball player

1978-04-05

Stephen Jackson, Sama'an Ashrawi's All-Star Tribute to U.G.K.

1978-06-11

Joshua Jackson, actor (Mighty Ducks)

1978-06-11

Joshua Jackson, Cruel Intentions

1978-06-12

Baha Jackson, Boyz n the Hood

1978-06-19

Casey Nelson-Zutter, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1978-06-20

Quinton Jackson, American Mixed Martial Artist

1978-06-20

Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson, The A-Team

1978-07-25

Andre Jackson, Catalyst

1978-10-01

Andrew JC Jackson, Australian surf lifesaver

1978-11-15

Travis A. Jackson, Survival

1978-12-06

Darrell Jackson, American football player

1978-12-06

Darrell Jackson, Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots

1978-12-30

Peter Jackson, God's Army

1979-02-17

Jackson Hurst, The Mist

1979-03-19

Jackson Davis, Latter-Day Fake

1979-04-14

Todd James Jackson, Reap What You Sow

1979-05-19

Wolfgang Haas, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1979-05-29

Richard Lee Jackson, Bring It on Again

1979-05-30

Alisha Nicole Jackson, Tragedy of a Mother and Son

1979-06-29

Charlotte Jackson, Keith Lemon: The Film

1979-07-07

Josh Hodgins, Jackson Horn

1979-08-14

Adrian Hrytzak, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1979-10-26

Samantha Jackson, Bloodlines

1979-10-31

Erica Cerra, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1979-10-31

Jackson Williamson, FreeLance

1979-11-02

Donald Lett II, Mr. Jackson

1980-02-08

William Jackson Harper, True Story

1980-02-25

Lee Jackson, Friday Night Lights

1980-05-15

Bermina Jackson, Mrs. Finnerty, You've Got a Lovely Daughter

1980-06-01

Alix Jackson, When Evil Reigns

1980-06-12

Jackson Quiñónez, Retransmisión de los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres 2012

1980-10-16

Jeremy Jackson, Newport Beach California, actor (Shout, Baywatch)

1980-10-16

Jeremy Jackson, Santa Barbara

1980-10-17

Jackson Tanner Worth, Sludge

1980-11-24

Warren Jackson, Episode #1.3747

1980-9-27

Wayne Colby Jackson, Daily Guinness

1981-03-24

Christopher Burnley, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1981-04-04

Melvin Jackson Jr., Street Life

1981-05-09

Elizabeth Jackson, Teacher's Pet

1981-05-11

Lauren Jackson, Australian basketball player

1981-05-22

Jackson Waite, New York Minute

1981-07-01

Kym Jackson, Iron Sky

1981-10-08

Kyle Jackson, From the Ashes

1981-12-27

Dominique Jackson, Greenzo

1982-02-14

Sean O'Kane, The Jackson 5... Million

1982-03-28

Zoë Jackson, The Great White Hype

1982-05-07

Conor Jackson, Episode dated 5 September 2008

1982-05-11

Jonathan Jackson, Orlando Fla, actor (Lucky-General Hospital)

1982-05-11

Jonathan Jackson, General Hospital

1982-05-30

Everon Jackson Hooi, Dood eind

1982-06-08

Sean Jackson, Blue Light Bandits

1982-08-04

Jackson Warner, The Young and the Restless

1982-08-30

Jackson Friedkin, Rum Distiller

1982-10-06

Juli Jackson, Sugar (sweet) Tooth (ache)

1982-11-21

Jackson Low, 21st Century Punk Rock Volume #1

1983-02-24

Jackson Defa, One in the Gut

1983-04-21

Tarvaris Jackson, Super Bowl XLVIII

1983-04-26

Ryan Sommers Baum, Jett Jackson: The Movie

1983-04-29

Sebastian Gibbs, Samuel L. Jackson

1983-05-29

Richard Jackson, Redlands California, actor (Ryan Meyers-Saved by the Bell)

1983-06-30

Marlin Jackson, American football player

1983-07-22

Steven Jackson, American football player

1983-07-22

Steven Jackson, 2004 NFL Draft

1983-08-01

Matthew Jackson, Welcome to Camp Shawnee

1983-08-22

Justin Buchholz, UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin

1983-08-23

Annie Ilonzeh, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1983-09-09

Edwin Jackson, Major League Baseball pitcher

1983-10-07

Krisbell Jackson, La isla de Los Tigritos

1983-9-02

Candice Jackson, Groupie Love

1983-9-09

Edwin Jackson, 2009 MLB All-Star Game

1983-9-23

Terin Jackson, Blue City

1983-9-24

Tim Aas, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1984-01-12

Ryan David Jackson, Final Fantasy VII: The Web Series

1984-03-07

Brandon T. Jackson, American actor

1984-03-07

Brandon T. Jackson, Tropic Thunder

1984-04-20

Tyson Griffin, UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin

1984-08-05

Nik Jackson, Episode #4.11

1984-08-15

Johnna Jackson, Generation Me

1984-11-17

Dara Selbert, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1984-12-21

Jackson Rathbone, American Actor

1984-12-21

Jackson Rathbone, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

1985-02-17

Jackson Stewart, Frontierland

1985-06-22

Douglas Smith, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1985-07-21

Tara Jackson, Tiger Cruise

1985-07-25

Jackson Malle, The Wolf of Wall Street

1985-10-31

Paul Jackson, Jason vs. Sadako

1985-11-26

Dave Jackson, Cat Sick Blues

1986-02-16

Cameron Jackson, World Soccer Orgy: Part 1

1986-02-22

Billy Jackson, Who's Got Game?

1986-02-23

Evan Pavlica, The Adventures of Jackson Carter

1986-05-15

Sean A. Jackson, Hamlet

1986-06-06

Spiral Jackson, Heat in Vegas

1986-06-27

Kelli Jackson, Phat Girlz

1986-06-27

James Jackson Leach, City of Austin Bicycle Campaign

1986-10-24

Oliver Jackson-Cohen, The Raven

1986-12-01

DeSean Jackson, Episode dated 1 February 2010

1986-9-01

A.J. Jackson, The Snallygaster Tale

1986-9-12

Jo Jackson, Commonwealth Games 2010

1987-01-30

Jackson Mullane, Red Nuts

1987-03-05

Jackson Taylor, Sticky TV

1987-04-06

Susan Jackson, Pitch Perfect 2

1987-06-21

Levi Jackson, Love Lost

1987-07-05

Terra Jackson, Divergent

1987-07-05

Joe Jackson, The Scouting Book for Boys

1987-08-23

Rachel Jackson, Emo

1987-11-10

Jackson Adams, The Long Road to Gary

1987-11-18

Jake Abel, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1987-9-24

Grey Damon, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1988-03-08

Elly Jackson, Pitch Perfect

1988-04-16

Corey Jackson, Are You True?

1988-07-30

Derek Byers, Andrew Jackson

1988-08-01

Sasha Jackson, Big Man, Little Man

1988-12-20

Noelle Atwood, Jackson Horn

1988-12-30

Leon Jackson, Scottish singer

1988-12-30

Leon Jackson, Episode #5.12

1989-02-09

Marcus DeSean Jackson, 3 Blind Boys on the Block

1989-02-20

Keith Jackson, Looper

1989-07-03

LaToya Jackson, Free Agents: Live Free or Die

1989-07-10

Hector David Jr., Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1989-07-19

Kevin Scott Page, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

1989-11-05

Canden Jackson, The Brentwood Connection

1989-12-01

Brian Jackson, Smoke and Mirrors

1990-01-08

Yannick Harrison, Jay-Kid & Michael Jackson

1990-03-17

Robert P. Killian, Ballad of Jackson

1990-04-10

Chapter Jackson, EBT (It's Free Swipe Yo EBT)

1990-06-17

Stevanna Jackson, Bolt

1990-10-02

Jackson Ezinga, TiPi

1990-10-21

Laura Jackson, Cinderella

1991-01-31

Amy Jackson, i

1991-02-24

O'Shea Jackson Jr., Straight Outta Compton

1991-04-05

Jason Eneboe, Ballad of Jackson

1991-08-20

Emma Jackson, Glasgow 2014: BBC One: Day 1: 09:00-12:00

1991-12-03

Dominique Jackson, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

1992-03-12

Alzavian T. Jackson, Mamma Dallas

1992-03-21

Sherell Jackson,

1992-12-08

Victor Ramirez, Ballad of Jackson

1994-05-29

Paloma Kwiatkowski, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

1995-12-31

Tyler Jackson, Prologue

1996-01-01

Andrew Olivas, Andrew Jackson

1996-04-03

Jackson Bond, The Invasion

1997-01-07

Laura Jackson, Your Name in Lights

1997-02-13

Michael Jackson Jr, son of Michael Jackson

1997-07-02

Jackson Odell, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer

1998-01-24

Leeah Jackson, A Mother's Choice

1998-04-03

Paris Jackson, Episode dated 25 June 2014

1998-04-06

Lily Jackson, Envy

1998-05-24

Nadiya A. Jackson, Juncture

1998-08-26

Jackson Murphy, Episode #20.95

1998-11-09

Anthony D. Jackson Jr., Badfellas

1998-11-24

Jamal Jackson, Untitled Jamal Jackson Horror Project

1999-02-19

Jackson Pace, Big Man in Tehran

2000-02-22

Jackson Coulouris, Shadow People

2000-10-03

Jermajesty Jackson, All New! A World Exclusive: Oprah Talks to Michael Jackson's Mother, Katherine, and Visits with His Children

2000-11-28

Jackson Yi, Pound of Flesh

2001-01-21

Jackson Brundage, Pe-Choo/The Spitting Tree

2001-03-13

Bentley Green, Michael Jackson vs. Elvis Presley

2001-03-15

Jackson Slade Pasdar, Shut Up & Sing

2001-11-22

Molly Jackson, Inside Out

2001-12-14

Jackson McClellan, Cookies for Santa

2001-9-29

Rory Jackson, Celebrate Me Scones

2002-02-21

Prince Michael II, Living with Michael Jackson: A Tonight Special

2002-04-08

Skai Jackson, The Smurfs

2002-04-20

Zekari Jackson, Monsters Down the Hall

2003-03-06

Princess Jackson, The Timelord

2004-05-23

Jackson Duggar, 16 Children and Moving In

Jackson - Notable Weddings

Ralph Waldo EmersonSep 14, 1835

Thomas JacksonAug 4, 1853

Mahalia JacksonJul 2, 1964

Reggie JacksonJul 8, 1968

Kate JacksonAug 23, 1978

Samuel L. JacksonJan 14, 1980

Janet JacksonSep 7, 1984

Zina GarrisonSep 23, 1989

Michael JacksonMay 26, 1994

Jackson - Weddings
Date Event
1835-09-14

American leading transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson (33) marries 2nd wife Lydia (Lidian) Jackson in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

1853-08-04

Confederate general Thomas Jackson (29) weds Elinor Junkin in Lexington

1857-07-16

Confederate general Thomas Jackson (33) weds Mary Anna Morrison in Lincoln County

1945-06-13

"Three Smart Girls" actress Deanna Durbin (23) weds film writer, producer and actor Felix Jackson at The Little Church Of The West in Las Vegas

1948-03-05

Actor Eli Wallach marries actress Anne Jackson

1964-07-02

Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson (52) weds Sigmond Galloway

1968-07-08

MLB baseball player Reggie Jackson (22) weds his college sweetheart Jennie Campos

1978-08-23

Actress Kate Jackson (29) weds actor Andrew Stevens (23) in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts

1980-01-14

Actor Samuel L. Jackson (31) weds sports channel producer LaTanya Richardson (30)

1982-05-01

Actress Kate Jackson (33) weds business executive David Greenwald in Beverly Hills, California

1984-09-07

Actress-singer Janet Jackson (18) weds fellow R&B singer James DeBarge (21)

1989-09-23

Tennis Ace Zina Garrison (25) weds businessman Willard Jackson (25) at the Windsor Village United Methodist Church in Houston

1991-09-29

Actress Kate Jackson (42) weds ski-lodge entrepreneur Tom Hart in Brentwood

1994-05-26

Michael Jackson (35) weds Elvis' daughter Lisa Marie Presley (26) in La Romana, Dominican Republic

1996-11-14

King of Pop Michael Jackson (38) weds Debbie Rowe (38) in Sydney, Australia

2002-06-21

"Tuck Everlasting" actor Jonathan Jackson (20) weds "General Hospital" actress Lisa Vultaggio (29)

2009-02-14

Victoria's Secret Angel model Adriana Lima (31) weds NBA player Marko Jaric (33) in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

2012-06-23

"NCIS: Los Angeles" actor Eric Christian Olsen (35) weds Sarah Wright near Jackson Hole, Wyoming

2013-09-29

Actor and musician Jackson Rathbone (28) weds burlesque dancer Sheila Hafsadi in Malibu, California

Jackson - Notable Divorces

Kate JacksonDec 20, 1984

Janet JacksonJan 7, 1985

Lisa Marie PresleyJan 18, 1996

Jackson - Divorces
Date Event
1984-12-20

Actress Kate Jackson (36) divorces business executive David Greenwald after 2 years of marriage

1985-01-07

Actress-singer Janet Jackson (18) divorces fellow R&B singer James DeBarge (21) only 4 months after getting married

1996-01-18

Lisa Marie Presley files for divorce from Michael Jackson in NY

2004-11-19

Singer Jermaine Jackson (49) divorces Alejandra Genevieve Oaziaza (35) after 9 years of marriage

Jackson - Notable Deaths

Andrew JacksonJun 8, 1845

Thomas JacksonMay 10, 1863

Jimmie Lee JacksonFeb 26, 1965

Shirley JacksonAug 8, 1965

Mahalia JacksonJan 27, 1972

Michael JacksonJun 25, 2009

Jackson - Deaths
Date Event
1803-07-05

William Jackson, composer, dies at 73

1822-11-18

George Knowil Jackson, composer, dies at 65

1828-12-22

Rachel Jackson, wife of 7th US President Andrew Jackson, dies of heart failure

1845-06-08

Andrew Jackson, (D) 7th US President (1828-37), dies at 78

1845-06-08

Andrew Jackson, Andrew Jackson: A Man for the People

1861-05-24

James T Jackson, US landlord (doodde EE Ellsworth), shot dead)

1862-10-08

James Streshley Jackson, attorney/Union-brig-gen, dies in battle at 39

1862-12-13

Conrad Feger Jackson, US Union Brig-General, dies in Battle of Fredericksburg at 49

1863-04-17

Daniel Smith Donelson, Confederate general/cousin of Andrew Jackson, dies at 61

1863-05-10

Thomas Jackson, ["Stonewall"], Confederate general (Civil War), dies at 39

1865-08-12

William Jackson Hooker, botanist, dies

1866-04-15

William Jackson, composer, dies at 51

1869-10-24

Joseph Jackson Lister, British optician who perfected the optical microscope by designing the achromatic objective lens, dies at 83

1871-06-07

Thomas Jackson Rodman, American military inventor of the rodman gun and perforated-cake gunpowder, dies on duty at 54

1885-08-12

Helen Hunt Jackson, Ramona

1911-10-07

John Hughlings Jackson, English neurologist (b. 1835)

1921-04-20

Tony Jackson, Father of the Bride Part II

1932-05-26

Joseph Jackson, One Way Passage

1933-02-16

Archie Jackson, cricketer (of TB, Aus bat too briefly Avg 47.4), dies

1933-12-19

George Jackson Churchward, GWR Chief mechanical engineer. (b. 1857)

1942-05-14

Joe Jackson, The Lion and the Girl

1943-06-12

Jackson Gregory, The Man from Painted Post

1947-03-09

Stanley Jackson, cricketer (20 Tests for England 1893-1905), dies

1950-05-10

Warren Jackson, A Polo Phony

1951-12-05

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson, of baseball's black sox scandal, dies

1951-12-05

Joe Jackson,

1952-01-26

Horace Jackson, The Animal Kingdom

1953-05-22

Frederick J. Jackson, The Stolen Actress

1953-08-03

Harry Jackson, The Band Wagon

1954-10-09

Robert Jackson, Nuremberg Trials

1956-08-11

Jackson Pollock, abstract artist, dies in auto accident (East Hampton)

1956-08-11

Jackson Pollock, Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island

1956-09-23

Jackson Rose, Dillinger

1957-11-23

Ethel Jackson, The Battle of the Weak

1958-04-07

Judge Jackson, composer, dies at 75

1963-06-12

Medgar Evers, NAACP official, shot in Jackson Miss at 37

1965-01-30

Vic Jackson, cricketer (NSW/Leicerstershire off-spinner), dies in car

1965-02-26

Jimmie Lee Jackson, civil rights activist, dies from gunshot wounds at 26

1965-08-08

Shirley Jackson, US author (Road Through the Wall), dies at 45

1969-05-15

Colette Jackson, Teenage Doll

1970-08-07

Jonathan P Jackson, US black activist, shot dead

1971-03-30

Selmer Jackson, actor (Life & Legend of Wyatt Earp), dies at 82

1971-08-21

George Jackson, US prisoner, shot to death at 29

1972-01-27

Mahalia Jackson, gospel singer (He Got the Whole World), dies at 60

1973-07-30

Harry Jackson, The Four of Us Are Dying

1974-04-05

A. Y. Jackson, Canadian painter (b. 1882)

1975-10-01

Al Jackson, rock drummer (Booker T & The MG's), dies at 39

1976-04-26

Allan Jackson, newscaster (Youth Takes a Stand), dies at 60

1980-03-17

Jackson Wheeler, So You Want to Be on a Jury

1980-07-15

Eddie Jackson, comedian (Jimmy Durante Show), dies at 84

1981-05-18

Cornwell Jackson, They Call It Murder

1982-07-10

Jackson do Pandeiro, Minha Sogra É da Polícia

1983-09-01

Henry "Scoop" Jackson, (Sen-D-Wash), dies at 71

1983-09-01

Henry Jackson, Bob Hope for President

1984-06-19

Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollock

1985-11-28

Calvin Jackson, The Unsinkable Molly Brown

1986-10-26

Jackson Scholz, American runner (b. 1897)

1986-10-26

Jackson Scholz, Chariots of Fire

1987-07-27

Travis Jackson, baseball player (NY Giants), dies at 83

1988-08-07

Wilfred Jackson, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

1989-02-01

Elaine de Kooning, Jackson Pollock

1989-07-31

Bull Moose Jackson, Cry-Baby

1989-10-25

Ray Jackson, Dunkirk

1989-11-06

Jackson Hughes, Episode dated 18 November 1985

1989-11-06

Jackson Hughes, Joy Ride/Shelter Skelter/Private Channel

1989-12-17

Ellis Jackson, Down Melody Lane

1990-01-15

Gordon Jackson, actor (Hamlet), dies after a short illness at 66

1990-01-15

Gordon Jackson, The Great Escape

1990-08-28

Larry Jackson, 1957 MLB All-Star Game

1990-10-20

Freda Jackson, Clash of the Titans

1991-01-10

Joe Jackson Jr., Episode #4.3

1991-02-23

Merrell Jackson, Godspell

1991-10-10

Jacob Dahlin, Janet Jackson, Duran Duran

1992-04-07

T. Leslie Jackson, A Christmas Carol

1992-04-19

Charlotte Jackson, A Prince There Was

1992-10-20

Jackson Weaver, The Martyr

1992-10-21

Jackson Weaver, voice of Smokey the Bear, dies of diabetes

1992-12-07

Felix Jackson, Destry Rides Again

1994-01-17

Grady "Fats" Jackson, tenor Sax Player, dies at 66

1994-05-29

Oliver "Bops Junior" Jackson, drummer, dies at 61

1995-03-27

Freddie Jackson, Double Deal

1995-04-26

Sammy Jackson, General Hospital

1995-07-02

Gervase F Ashworth Jackson-Stops, architectural adviser, dies at 48

1999-10-09

Milt Jackson, American jazz vibraphonist (b. 1923)

1999-10-09

Milt Jackson, Wild

2000-02-04

Doris Kenner-Jackson, Because I Said So

2000-02-10

George Jackson, New Jack City

2001-08-25

Inigo Jackson, Twins of Evil

2001-09-27

Jimmie Jackson, The Downtown Show

2001-10-26

Eugene Jackson, The Addams Family

2002-02-23

Peaches Jackson, Lahoma

2002-04-17

Crane Jackson, The Octagon

2002-12-26

Herb Ritts, Michael Jackson: Video Greatest Hits - HIStory

2003-03-27

Leigh Jackson, Warriors

2003-06-23

Maynard Jackson, Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia (b. 1938)

2003-06-23

Maynard Jackson, Startup.com

2003-08-14

Kirk Varnedoe, Jackson Song - Un ricordo di Jackson Pollock

2003-08-18

Tony Jackson, English musician (The Searchers) (b. 1938)

2003-08-18

Tony Jackson, Saturday Night Out

2003-10-01

Chubby Jackson, A Great Day in Harlem

2003-10-20

Donald G. Jackson, Hell Comes to Frogtown

2003-11-01

Gérard Herzog, La voie Jackson

2003-12-17

Mary Ann Jackson, Pups Is Pups

2004-03-17

J. J. Jackson, American television personality (b. 1941)

2004-03-17

J.J. Jackson, The Van Halen Story: The Early Years

2004-07-28

Jackson Beck, Take the Money and Run

2004-10-14

Cordell Jackson, The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag

2004-12-08

Jackson Mac Low, The Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda

2005-07-25

David Jackson, 10 Rillington Place

2005-08-16

Jay Jackson, Crashing the Water Barrier

2005-10-28

Tony Jackson, American basketball player (b. 1942)

2005-12-10

Mary Jackson, The Exorcist III

2006-03-01

Johnny Jackson, American musician (b. 1951)

2006-03-07

Howard Jackson, Full Contact

2006-07-10

Daryl G. Nickens, The Famous Jett Jackson

2006-11-27

Anthony Jackson, Labyrinth

2006-12-15

Allan Stone, Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?

2007-05-06

Mario Jackson, Baby Boy

2007-08-30

Michael Jackson, British beer and whiskey author/expert. (b. 1942)

2007-08-30

Michael Jackson, Beer Hunter: The Movie

2007-09-03

Syd Jackson, Māori activist and trade unionist (b. 1939)

2008-01-18

Michelle Jackson, Anchor Zone

2009-01-20

David 'Fathead' Newman Jr., Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration

2009-06-25

Michael Jackson, American recording artist, entertainer and King of Pop music (The Jackson 5, Thriller, Dangerous) dies of cardiac arrest at 50

2009-06-25

Michael Jackson, This Is It

2009-12-10

Thomas Hoving, Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?

2010-01-22

Jennifer Lyn Jackson, Playboy: Playmate Profile Video Collection Featuring Miss April 1998, 1995, 1992, 1989

2010-03-01

Ruth Kligman, Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island

2010-03-04

Ron Banks, Jermaine Jackson/Dramatics

2010-04-22

Nancy Jackson, T.R.: The Story of Theodore Roosevelt (Part I)

2010-08-19

Jackson Gillis, Short Fuse

2010-09-08

Jill Jackson, Madame X

2011-02-04

Sheila Jackson, Birds of a Feather

2011-02-20

Troy Jackson, Streetball: The AND 1 Mix Tape Tour

2011-04-25

Harry Jackson, Harry Jackson: A Man and his Art

2011-05-20

Noelle Atwood, Jackson Horn

2011-06-03

Pat Jackson, White Corridors

2012-02-01

Don Cornelius, The Jackson 5

2012-05-01

Greg Jackson, Episode #1.2

2012-05-23

Hal Jackson, Rockin' the Blues

2013-03-12

Christopher Jackson, National Lampoon's Vacation

2013-12-05

Barry Jackson, Barry Lyndon

2013-12-22

Leonard Jackson, The Color Purple

2014-10-14

Susan Jackson, Cabin Fever

2015-02-18

John Paul Jackson, Mystery of the Father's Blessing

2015-05-09

Selma do Coco, Jackson do Pandeiro

2016-06-22

Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns dies aged 74

2016-10-06

Rod Temperton, the songwriter who penned Michael Jackson's Thriller, dies aged 66


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