Obituary, 2/15/1909, p. 11. R.M. Jackson, Palestine, Texas, Feb. 13, reported by his son Ben D. Jackson.
Dallas Morning News.
Obituary, "Mr. R.M. Jackson Dead: Pioneer Citizen of Palestine Passed Away in Austin This Morning," Palestine Daily Herald, 2/13/1909, p. 4. "The deceased, Mr. R.M. Jackson, was a pioneer citizen of Anderson county and Palestine, and for many years was a public officer of the county, holding some very responsible offices."
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
Military Service Notes
Confederate States Army, Company A, 2nd Texas Cavalry, Col. J.S. Ford, April 1861-May 1865. Biographical sketch, Robert Malone Jackson, p. 259. Born 3/8/1842 in Fayette County, Tennessee.
Texas Legislative Manual, 1879-80, 1879.
Robert Malone Jackson, birth date 3/8/1842, death date 2/14/1909, burial in Palestine City Cemetery, Palestine, Anderson County. Includes report on burial, Palestine Daily Herald, 2/15/1909.
Find a Grave.
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