four children belonging to the Jack Family
[By Glen Villa Jr., Last Revised July 17, 2011]

Most likely George Darrow, Verda Darrow, Dora McMahon, and Maude McMahon.

George Darrow

George Darrow was born April 15, 1906 and died February 17, 1968 in San Joaquin County. George R. Darrow was buried in the Jackson City Cemetery.

George Darrow married Clara Williams on August 9, 1924.

In 1934, 1936, 1938, and 1940, George Darrow was listed in the South Jackson Precinct of the Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County. George was employed as a laborer and was Democratic affiliation.

In 1944, George Raymond Darrow was listed in the South Jackson Precinct of the Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County. George was employed as a laborer and was Democratic affiliation.

Verda Darrow

Verda Darrow was born on January 5, 1915 to John J. Darrow and Rosie Jacks.

Verda Darrow died on August 5, 1915 due to pneumonia.

Dora McMahon

Dora McMahon was born November 24, 1898 to James McMahon and Rosie Darrow.

In 1906, Samuel Barrett visited Scottsville, near Jackson, and collected a basket start made by Dora McMann. The basket start is now located at the Phoebe Hearst Museum in Berkeley, California under catalogue number 1-9941.

Dora McMahon died on September 7, 1930.

Maude McMahon

Maude McMahon was born April 1, 1899 in Jackson, Amador County to a White man named James McMahon and Rosie Darrow, a full-blooded Indian, the daughter of Yellowjacket and Sallie Jack. Rosie's Indian name was Hab-he-le-a.

In 1900, Maud and Dora McMahon were residing with Sally Yellowjacket, Rosie Yellowjacket and Georgianna Howard in Township 1 of Amador County. Dora was 4 years old and indicated a birth year of 1895, while Maud was 2 years old and indicated a birth year of 1898.

In 1906, Samuel Barrett visited Scottsville, near Jackson, and collected a basket start made by Maude McMann. The basket start is now located at the Phoebe Hearst Museum in Berkeley, California under catalogue number 1-9942.

In 1920, Maud was residing in Township 1 of Amador County with her husband Matt Mallen. Maud and Matt had one daughter living with them at the time.

Maude Ella Kelly died on February 8, 1980 in Sacramento County.

In 1905-1906, CE Kelsey identifies Sally Yellowjacket and 2 grandchildren living on the Jackson Reservation of Amador County.

In 1905-1906, CE Kelsey identifies Jackson, wife, 1 child and 2 stepchildren living in the Jackson Valley of Amador County.

Articles Concerning the Jack Children

Daneris Funeral Records
Dora McMahon Sept 7, 1930

Verda Darrow born 1-5-1915, died 8-5-1915, pneumonia, Mother Rosie Jacks, Father John J Darrow

Maude Ella Kelly born 4-1-1899, mother yellowjacket, father mcmahon, died 2-8-1980 sacramento co

Female Mallen born 8-24-1919, died 8-28-1919, mother Maud McMahon, father Matthew Mallen

NARA RG 75 Digger Agency
School Census Digger and Tuolumne
1915-1917
Box #1, Loc 2174A

November 30, 1916
Maud McMahon, 17, 8th grade, “not attending school thinks too old”

November 30, 1916
George Darrow, 10, 2nd grade, Aetna Public
Virgil Daniels, 8, 1st grade, Aetna Public, guardian is Lewy Daniels

November 30, 1915
Dora McMahon, 18, 8th grade, Aetna School, “outing system”
Maude McMahon, 16, 8th grade, Aetna School, “outing system”

NARA RG 75 Digger Agency
Tribal Census 1917
Box #1 Series 1, 2, 3
George Darrow attending Aetna
Pearl Alcalda Jackson Valley
Mabel Clifford Jackson Valley

Amador Dispatch
August 15, 1924
Married
Darrow-Williams- In Jackson, Calif., August 9, 1924, by Rev. E. F. Brown, George Darrow, 18 and Clara Williams, 18, both of Jackson.