Phil Jackson

Philip Jackson

Full Name: Philip "Phil" Jackson
Date of birth: June 8, 1851
Date of death: October 21, 1931

Terms of Service top

Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 76 Jan 13, 1903 - Jan 10, 1905 28th   Democrat Granbury / Hood   Erath, Hood, Somervell

Terms of Service top

House District 76
Jan 13, 1903 - Jan 10, 1905
Legislatures: 28th  
Party: Democrat
Home City/County: Granbury / Hood
Counties in district: Erath, Hood, Somervell

Biographical Information top

Resolutions and Journal entries

Biographical Sketches

Other Resources

  • Death notice, "Phil Jackson Buried Here," 10/29/1931, p. 4. "Mr. Jackson lived here [Canyon] for a number of years but of recent years has been in Donley County." Canyon News.
  • Philip Jackson, marriage to Sarah J. Worley, 4/30/1885 in Erath County.
    Census of 1900 - Philip Jackson, Granberry town, Hood County, age 48, born June 1852 in Arkansas, County Judge, spouse Sarah, children Ethel, May, Zella, Ray P., Vada H., and Ana.
    Census of 1910 - Philip Jackson, Donley County, age 52 [sic], farmer/stock farming, spouse Sarah J., children May, Zella, Ray, Vada, Ona, Henry E., Sam L. and Harrold E.
    Census of 1920 - Philip Jackson, Canyon, Randall County, age 68, spouse Sallie, chidden Vada, Ona, Henry Earl, Lanham, Harold, and Mildred. FamilySearch. 1900 1910 1920 Texas Marriages, 1837-1973
  • Philip Jackson, birth date 6/8/1851 in Arkansas; death date 10/21/1931 in Lelia Lake, Donley County, Texas; politician. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • Phil Jackson, birth date 6/8/1851, death date 10/21/1931, burial in Dreamland Cemetery, Canyon, Randall County. Find a Grave.
  • Phil Jackson, Hood County Clerk, Hood County Judge since 1890, then State Representative of 76th District, Granbury, in 28th Legislature. "Prohibition: In Hood County, Prohibits, so say the County Officials," From Representative of 76th District, Granbury, Texas, Banner-Leader (Ballinger, Texas), 9/5/1903, p. 4, crediting Carnegie Library of Ballinger. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
  • 28th Legislature (1903) - Phil Jackson, postoffice Granburry [sic], nativity Arkansas, age 51 (born circa 1852), stockman and farmer, Democrat. Texas Legislative Manual.


  • Photograph. Phil Jackson, 28th Legislature, State Preservation Board

Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol

Committee Information top

28th R.S. - 1903
Beaumont Daily Journal, Investigate  
Contingent Expenses  
Judiciary No. 2  
Public Lands and Land Office  
Stock and Stock Raising  

This website is a work in progress. Information on this website is provided as a public service by the Legislative Reference Library. The Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regard to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the information included on this site.

Party information is not available for the 1st-11th Legislatures.

Have a question, comment or contribution? Email the Library or call 512-463-1252.

Many photos in Texas Legislators: Past and Present are used with permission of the Texas State Preservation Board. For permission to reproduce these photos, please contact the Texas State Preservation Board graphics coordinator at 512-475-3060.