- 1767-1845; U.S. general: 7th president of the U.S. (1829-37): also called Old Hickory
- 1892-1954; associate justice, U.S. Supreme Court (1941-54)
- 1824-63: Confederate general in the Civil War: called Stonewall Jackson
capital of Miss., in the SW part, on the Pearl River
Origin of Jacksonafter Andrew Jackson
The capital and largest city of Mississippi, in the west-central part of the state. Originally a small trading post, it was chosen as capital in 1821 and named for Andrew Jackson.x
- A British patronymic surname.
- A male given name transferred from the surname.
- Andrew Jackson, President of the United States (1829-1837).
- Michael Jackson, singer and entertainer (1958-2009).
- The capital of Mississippi.
- A city in Alabama
- A city in California
- A city in Georgia, USA
- A city in Kentucky
- A town in Louisiana
- A town in Maine
- A city in Michigan
- A city in Minnesota
- A city in Missouri
- A village in Nebraska
- A town in New Hampshire
- A town in New York
- A town in North Carolina
- A city in Ohio
- A town in Queensland, Australia
- A town in South Carolina
- A city in Tennessee
- One of three towns in Wisconsin
- A town in Wyoming
- (US) A 20-dollar banknote
From Jack + -son.
- "Hey, Jackson," someone yelled.
- Before I could answer Jackson, he began questioning.
- Jackson wrote copious notes.
- The only item of information I'd withheld from Detective Jackson was that the assailant had asked me where everybody else was.
- Jackson, I presume was his name, jumped up.