Mary Alsop Jackson (July 14, 1842 - September 20, 1922) was a resident of Hartford, Connecticut, and a charter member of the Colonial Dames and of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Jackson was born on July 14, 1842 in Middletown, Connecticut, as the daughter of Charles Hunter Jackson and Martha Lawrence Willard. She grew up in the area and settled down in Hartford two years after her marriage in 1863. She resided there for many years in a house on Woodland Street in Hartford. She became a founding member of the Colonial Dames and the Daughters of the American Revolution, as well as the vice president of the Hartford Orphan Asylum. She was actively interested in the Girls' Friendly Society, the Women's Aid, and many other Hartford charities. She was also for many years a communicant of Trinity Church.
On September 20, 1922, Jackson died in Hartford, Connecticut.
Jackson married Francis Goodwin on June 3, 1863.
- James Goodwin - m. Frances Whittlesey Brown
- William Brownell Goodwin - m. Mary Hood
- Sarah Morgan Goodwin - m. Henry S. Robinson
- Charles Archibald Goodwin - m. Ruth Cheney
- Francis Spencer Goodwin - m. Helen Whittlesey Hart
- Jeannette Goodwin - m. Leslie Horwath
- Alice Fenwick Goodwin - died young.
- Lucy Morgan Goodwin - died young.