Ralph Ward Jackson (1806 - 1880)


Ralph Ward Jackson was the founder of West Hartlepool. In 1868 he was elected as the first the Member of Parliament for The Hartlepools.

Ralph Ward Jackson (7 June 1806 – 6 August 1880, London) founded West Hartlepool, England in the 19th century. A Conservative, he was elected at the 1868 general election as the first the Member of Parliament for The Hartlepools, but was defeated at the 1874 general election.

Ward Jackson Park, which is located on the westerly end of Elwick Road in Hartlepool is named in his memory.

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- Overview About Ralph Ward Jackson Ralph Ward Jackson was the founder of West Hartlepool. In 1868 he was elected as the first the Member of Parliament for The Hartlepools. Ralph ...
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- Overview Map Street View Park in Hartlepool named after Ralph Ward Jackson (1806 - 1880), who founded West Hartlepool in the 19th century. The park includes a children's playground, lake, and ...
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Ralph Ward Jackson
- Oil painting by Francis Grant. 1803–1878. See the painting at the Museum of Hartlepool.

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