I can't believe anyone living so close in locationcould be so LOST but I am still having trouble locating information regarding my great-great grandmother Serelda JACKSON.She was born in 1835 in Indiana.She married Daniel Freeman SMITH as his second wife after death of his young wife Elizabeth Dill (buried in Mt. Holly).Serelda and D.F. were parents of my great-grandmother Mary Ellen SMITH STILES.My grandfather was Charles Robert Stiles, son of Mary Ellen and husband Joab Stiles.My dad's cousin had a scrapbook that Serelda kept but have never been able to locate it.Otherwise, nothing can be found about her in an otherwise very family-record oriented family.Serelda had many descendants in this area so I am hoping someone has had better luck in studying her heritage.Hearing about ANY Jacksons who lived in Greene or Warren that were born in Indiana might be of help.I see a Uriah Jackson b. Indiana as well.Also, in World War I, my great-uncle Wilbur Stiles went to the war from Greene County and one of the people from the church in Mt. Holly told me that they recall Wilbur and his "cousin" Sam Jackson (from Warren but nearby)going to war about the same week and leaving the area.I have found one newspaper account of her death but it is sandwiched between a couple of social notes and is only a small notice.Serelda is buried in the Spring Valley cemetery.Hopefully, someone has a few clues.If anything is on the internet, it is carefully disguised because I have been all over it for many years.I feel she is likely related to Amos Jackson who lived in Mt. Holly in some way.So far, all I have are guesses.The only indication of my grandfather's Jackson heritage was a little note on a scratchpad in my grandmother's records (Nina Scott Stiles) was the name "Jesse Jackson." --without further notation. Early Jacksons were from Quaker church but Serelda was member of the local Methodist church.The Smith she married however was from a very early Methodist family. Jackson and Lucas families are often seen to be related.