This Jones 1 is in Pegasus.
There is another nebula, Jones-Emberson 1 (PK 164+31.1) which many call "Jones 1" but
this is the real Jones 1 :-)
It's also listed as Jn 1, PN G104.2-29.6, PK 104-29.1 and ARO 195.
RA 23:35:53 Dec +30:27:36 (J2000), Mag is about 15.1

CDK 12.5, STL11K, Astrodon LRGB filters, AP1200
About 14 hours total LRGB August and September 2011 under suburban skies. North is up
Maxim and CCDC for capture
CCDStack and PS CS4 for processing

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The faint reddish nebulosity just south of the main nebula is real. This is a fairly deep image and there are many distant galaxies visible here.

How distant?
Jones 1
(PK 104-29.1, in Pegasus)

A z of 2.094 corresponds to a light travel time of 10.2 Billion Light Years. The light from this quasar was emitted when the universe was only about 23% its
current age.

Your mileage may vary depending on your cosmoligical constants.