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Source reference NI00001 :

Individuals : Fisher Mary Lee
Mary Lee Fisher was the daughter of a well known citizen of Carthage, Enoch Fisher. Her family did not approve of her dating John Word, a half breed indian. They ran away and got married anyway. She is reported to have been a member of the church of Christ.

 

Source reference NI00002 :

Individuals : Adams Patsy Gene
10005

 

Source reference NI00003 :

Individuals : Keele Lydia
10087

 

Source reference NI00004 :

Individuals : A Emily
10898

 

Source reference NI00005 :

Individuals : Winter John Gano
4905

 

Source reference NI00006 :

Individuals : Winter Margaret Ellen
4906

 

Source reference NI00007 :

Individuals : Barclay Bernice Martha
4907

 

Source reference NI00008 :

Individuals : Ledbetter Isaac
4908

 

Source reference NI00009 :

Individuals : Ledbetter John
4909

 

Source reference NI00010 :

Individuals : Massey Leon
491

 

Source reference NI00011 :

Individuals : Ledbetter Ida Carter
4910

 

Source reference NI00012 :

Individuals : Ledbetter Ada Rucker
4911

 

Source reference NI00013 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Emerson Monroe
4912

 

Source reference NI00014 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Emerson Monroe
4913

 

Source reference NI00015 :

Individuals : Pitts Marilda Evaline
10899

 

Source reference NI00016 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Julia McRae
4914

 

Source reference NI00017 :

Individuals : Fisher Walter Woolridge
4915

 

Source reference NI00018 :

Individuals : Fisher Julia Emerson
4916

 

Source reference NI00019 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Ada Pearl
4917

 

Source reference NI00020 :

Individuals : Scarbrough William
4918

 

Source reference NI00021 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Lemuel
4919

 

Source reference NI00022 :

Individuals : Jenkins Sam
492

 

Source reference NI00023 :

Individuals : Caldwell Margaret
4920

 

Source reference NI00024 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Margaret Monroe
4921

 

Source reference NI00025 :

Individuals : Scarbrough Lemuel
4922

 

Source reference NI00026 :

Individuals : Boyd Thomas Aaron
Tennessee, Death Records
          Name: Thomas A Boyd
          Gender: Male
          Birth Date: 13 Feb 1893
          Birth Place: Tennessee
          Age:57
          Death Date: 10 Feb 1951
          Death Place: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee
          Residence: 4302 Wyoming av
          Occupation: Inspector at Temco
          Informant: Mattie Boyd
          Certificate Number: 51-02350
          He first married Myrtle V Cain April 20, 1918. They had 2 children- Margaret and John.
          He married Mattie Bodily (1896-1979) Mar 24, 1929.

 

Source reference NI00027 :

Individuals : Ledbetter Ann
4923

 

Source reference NI00028 :

Individuals : Mary
4924

 

Source reference NI00029 :

Individuals : Jamison Elizabeth
4925

 

Source reference NI00030 :

Individuals : Freeman Sarah C.
4926

 

Source reference NI00032 :

Individuals : Jamison Robert
4928

 

Source reference NI00033 :

Individuals : Peeler William Madison
4929

 

Source reference NI00034 :

Individuals : Coker Charlie
493

 

Source reference NI00035 :

Individuals : Barton
4930

 

Source reference NI00037 :

Individuals : Baker Lemuel Silas
1090

 

Source reference NI00040 :

Individuals : Jameson Thomas Allen
4934

 

Source reference NI00041 :

Individuals : Clayton Laura Julina
4935

 

Source reference NI00042 :

Individuals : Jamison Elizabeth Jane
4936

 

Source reference NI00043 :

Individuals : Jamison Nancy
4937

 

Source reference NI00044 :

Individuals : Jamison John
4938
          This John Jamison is reported in WFT #3549 and has no known connection toknown families.

 

Source reference NI00045 :

Individuals : Unknown
4939

 

Source reference NI00046 :

Individuals : Hargis John
494

 

Source reference NI00047 :

Individuals : Jamison Alexander
4940

 

Source reference NI00048 :

Individuals : Pitts Matt B.
10900

 

Source reference NI00049 :

Individuals : Jones Mary "Polly"
4941

 

Source reference NI00050 :

Individuals : Jamison Three Unknown
4942

 

Source reference NI00051 :

Individuals : Jamison Louis C.
4943
          Reported to be a farmer.

 

Source reference NI00052 :

Individuals : Reed Mary J.
4944

 

Source reference NI00053 :

Individuals : Reed John
4945

 

Source reference NI00054 :

Individuals : Barthena
4946

 

Source reference NI00055 :

Individuals : Jamison Lavada Ann
4947

 

Source reference NI00056 :

Individuals : Duncan William King
4948

 

Source reference NI00057 :

Individuals : Duncan William
4949

 

Source reference NI00058 :

Individuals : Willis Jemima
495

 

Source reference NI00059 :

Individuals : Pitts Thom L.
10901

 

Source reference NI00060 :

Individuals : Carr Amanda
4950

 

Source reference NI00061 :

Individuals : Duncan Virginia Mae
4951

 

Source reference NI00062 :

Individuals : Loveland Howard Clifford
4952
          Additional information concerning the descendants of the Lovelands isfound in WFT Pedigre e # 3690.

 

Source reference NI00063 :

Individuals : Loveland William
4953

 

Source reference NI00064 :

Individuals : Turnbull Isabella
4954

 

Source reference NI00065 :

Individuals : Loveland Howard Clifford
4955

 

Source reference NI00066 :

Individuals : Loveland Marie Isabella
4956

 

Source reference NI00067 :

Individuals : Loveland Thomas Charles
4957

 

Source reference NI00068 :

Individuals : Loveland Kenneth Dale
4958

 

Source reference NI00069 :

Individuals : Aiken Nancy Darlene
4959

 

Source reference NI00070 :

Individuals : Slaughter Francis Marion
10902

 

Source reference NI00071 :

Individuals : Gregory Joseph Red 'Joe Red'
Macon County, TN
          Byram Gregory Cemetery, Macon Co., TN
          496
          Gregorys in Haysville Cemetery for the Record
          Gregory, A. N. b. 1888 d. 1946
          Gregory, Benton B. b. Feb. 6, 1898 d. Nov. 7, 1966
          Gregory, Bettie Jenkins b. Oct. 14, 1907 d. May 22, 2002
          Gregory, Billy S. b. Jul. 22, 1877 d. Aug. 24, 1969
          Gregory, Carlene b. Jul. 2, 1921 d. Jul. 2, 1921
          Gregory, Crit b. Aug. 10, 1883 d. Dec. 19, 1972
          Gregory, Daniel b. Oct. 1, 1881 d. Oct. 28, 1948
          Gregory, Eld Calvin b. Jul. 8, 1891 d. Nov. 16, 1957
          Gregory, Erma Lee b. Apr. 21, 1912 d. Mar. 19, 1953
          Gregory, Gladys A. b. Oct. 1, 1912 d. May 14, 1915
          Gregory, Huff b. Jul. 12, 1889 d. Feb. 1, 1946
          Gregory, Laura M. b. May 5, 1890 d. Feb. 13, 1988
          Gregory, Lawrence b. 1912 d. 1957
          Gregory, Lois Christine b. Apr. 28, 1929 d. Apr. 30, 1929 H
          Gregory, Ommie H. b. Sep. 27, 1906 d. Oct., 1985
          Gregory, Ruby Dell Wheeley b. Nov. 13, 1908 d. Nov. 9, 1991
          Gregory, Viola b. Apr. 26, 1902 d. Aug. 19, 1980

 

Source reference NI00072 :

Individuals : Aiken Arthur
4960

 

Source reference NI00073 :

Individuals : Provence Millie
4961

 

Source reference NI00074 :

Individuals : Loveland Sharon Dale
4962

 

Source reference NI00075 :

Individuals : Loveland Sandra Darlene
4963

 

Source reference NI00076 :

Individuals : Loveland Kenneth Richard
4964

 

Source reference NI00077 :

Individuals : Johnson Douglas Lance
4965

 

Source reference NI00078 :

Individuals : Johnson Robert Elias
4966

 

Source reference NI00079 :

Individuals : Halvorsen Douglas Brian
4967

 

Source reference NI00080 :

Individuals : Halvorsen Sadie Darlene
4968

 

Source reference NI00081 :

Individuals : O'Connel James
10903

 

Source reference NI00082 :

Individuals : Halvorsen Emily Mae
4969

 

Source reference NI00083 :

Individuals : Parker Sarah F.
Byram Gregory Cemetery, Macon Co., TN
          497

 

Source reference NI00084 :

Individuals : Webb Nancy Ellen
4970

 

Source reference NI00085 :

Individuals : Loveland Cara Dale
4971

 

Source reference NI00086 :

Individuals : Downs William
4972
          Records indicate he was a Colonel.
          Some records indicate William's was born in 1730.

 

Source reference NI00087 :

Individuals : Douglas Jane
4973

 

Source reference NI00088 :

Individuals : Jamison Martha
4974

 

Source reference NI00089 :

Individuals : Jamison John
4975

 

Source reference NI00090 :

Individuals : Jameson George
Kent McMahan included George and some of his line after getting initial info on them from my correspondent & descendant, Pam Stover.
          The subject George Jameson, age 78 b. VA, is listed in the 1850 household of apparent son, Robert F. Jameson. Carol Eddleman has George & Elizabeth Jameson, natives of VA, as the parents of Robert F. Jameson. For George, Scott Jameson references (1) Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, v.1, p.119 & 120, 1970 reprint of the 1885 edition, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin; and (2) Barren Co., KY 1851-1910 (death records researched by Sandy Gorin, Glasgow, KY). Interestingly, Scott's first reference (also cited by Eddleman) has that the subject George, who married his cousin Elizabeth Jameson, was a son of Robert Jameson but Scott instead believes that Elizabeth was Robert's daughter and that George was Robert's son-in-law. The second referenced death record has: "3 May 1854 George Jameson, age 84, male, widower, born VA, died Barren County, son of William Jameson. Died of old age." Scott Jameson has George's birth in 1770 at Louisa Co., VA.
          Scott Jameson has that George Jameson was an early pioneer of Barren Co., KY. He was a brickmason. See notes for his wife regarding their marriage. Patty Archer found the marriage of George Jameson to Betsy Jameson on 1 Mar 1800 in Harrison Co., KY. Patty thought at one time that the groom MAY have been George Washington Jameson (who's also in my database), who would have been in Harrison Co. in 1800 with his parents and who was a half-brother of Patty's ancestor, Robert Jameson, Sr. of Ralls Co., MO.

 

Source reference NI00091 :

Individuals : Jamison Robert
4977
          The Robert Jamison family is from Laura Brewer published in rootsweb.com

 

Source reference NI00092 :

Individuals : Walston James M.
10904

 

Source reference NI00093 :

Individuals : Blackburn Jean
4978

 

Source reference NI00094 :

Individuals : Connell Richard
4979

 

Source reference NI00095 :

Individuals : Gregory Peyton
Notes by MORDECAI GREGORY:
          From Cal's Column: "Mordecai Gregory was fatally injured by the accidental discharge of a shotgun in the hands of another youth. This occurred about 45 years ago. The youth who lost his life was the son of Mr. And Mrs. Peyton Gregory, who later moved to the vicinity of Lafayette, buying a farm near Brattontown. This youth’s life could have perhaps been saved in people then had known how to cord a leg to prevent bleeding to death. By the time a doctor arrived, the youth was too far gone to live. He was shot in the leg above the knee, the bone being broken and a large blood vessel or artery being severed. Peyton Gregory, the son of William H. Gregory, a brother of Bry Gregory."

 

Source reference NI00097 :

Individuals : Jamison Ann
4981

 

Source reference NI00098 :

Individuals : Jamison Grizelda
4982
          From The Jamison Family, Henry Downs Jamison 1960

 

Source reference NI00099 :

Individuals : Jamison Isabel
4983

 

Source reference NI00100 :

Individuals : Jamison Henry
4984

 

Source reference NI00101 :

Individuals : Jane
4985

 

Source reference NI00102 :

Individuals : Jamison Henry
Warwick Bucks, PA
          Warwick Bucks, PA
          4986
          The parentage of Henry differ from record to record. It is unknown whichrecord is correct, i .e. who his father/mother. See other Henry by samebirth/death dates.

 

Source reference NI00103 :

Individuals : Coonce George W.
10905

 

Source reference NI00104 :

Individuals : Jamison Alexander
4987

 

Source reference NI00105 :

Individuals : Jamison Ann
4988

 

Source reference NI00106 :

Individuals : Jamison William
4989
          William is not included in Alexander and Marian's family in some records.

 

Source reference NI00107 :

Individuals : Woodmore James
499

 

Source reference NI00108 :

Individuals : Unknown
4990

 

Source reference NI00109 :

Individuals : Jamison Robert
4991

 

Source reference NI00110 :

Individuals : Jamison William
4992

 

Source reference NI00111 :

Individuals : Jamison John
4993

 

Source reference NI00112 :

Individuals : Andrews Debbie
4994

 

Source reference NI00113 :

Individuals : Buchannan Rebecca
Harvey Jameson b. 1799 KY d. 1819 St. Charles Co., MO, Harvey was the son of John Jameson and last wife Rebecca Buchannan

 

Source reference NI00114 :

Individuals : Shelton Stephen
10088

 

Source reference NI00115 :

Individuals : Snyder James W.
10906

 

Source reference NI00117 :

Individuals : Kinnaird Infant Daughter
4997

 

Source reference NI00118 :

Individuals : Jamison Thomas
4998

 

Source reference NI00119 :

Individuals : Davis
4999

 

Source reference NI00120 :

Individuals : Word Mary Lee
5

 

Source reference NI00121 :

Individuals : McCann Carla
50

 

Source reference NI00122 :

Individuals : Andrews Tabitha
23317

 

Source reference NI00123 :

Individuals : Kinnaird Gwendolyn Sue
5000

 

Source reference NI00124 :

Individuals : Kinnaird Christopher H.
5001

 

Source reference NI00125 :

Individuals : Kinnaird Joseph L.
5002

 

Source reference NI00126 :

Individuals : Jones John H.
Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson Co., Kentucky
          10907

 

Source reference NI00128 :

Individuals : McClure Scott
5004

 

Source reference NI00129 :

Individuals : Jamison Samuel
5005

 

Source reference NI00130 :

Individuals : Jamison John
5006
          Some records indicate 1707 and 1720. John's wife is believe to bornabout 1700 so there is to o much difference in age if it was 1720 but if1707 then there is problem with John's mother' s age?
          John is said to have froze to death.

 

Source reference NI00131 :

Individuals : Jamison James H.
5007Notes for James Jamison: (from familytreemaker.com
          Approx. 15 years old: Scotland>Galway, Ireland>America.
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Ireland. Came to America with his two sons, John & Robert. He settled near York, PA, and then moved to Essex Co., VA. where he died.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 in Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to Galway, Ireland. Came to America with his sons, Robert and John, in 1700 . They settled near York, Pennsylvania.
          John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. A farmer. Served in the Militia under George Washington. He fought through the campaign of July 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's defeat. He settled in Georgia after marrying Jane Dickey in 1756.She died in 1763. He later moved with his four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville at a place called Jamison's Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River inFranklin County. He died Aril 6, 1830.
          From FamilyTreeMaker
          James Jamison (son of Alexander Jamison and Marian Unk Jamison)17, 18 was born Abt. 1650 in Glasgow, Lanark Scotland > Ire. > America, and died Abt. 1740 in Franklin Co., Essex County, Virginia. He married Margaret Jennings in Ireland.
          Includes NotesNotes for James Jamison:
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Ireland. Came to America with his two sons, John & Robert. He settled near York, PA, and then moved to Essex Co., VA. where he died.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 in Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to Galway, Ireland. Came to America with his sons, Robert and John, in 1700 . They settled near York, Pennsylvania.
          John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. A farmer. Served in the Militia under George Washington. He fought through the campaign of July 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's defeat. He settled in Georgia after marrying Jane Dickey in 1756.She died in 1763. He later moved with his four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville at a place called Jamison's Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River inFranklin County. He died Aril 6, 1830.
          More About James Jamison:
          Approx. 15 years old: Scotland>Galway, Ireland>America.
          More About James Jamison and Margaret Jennings:
          Marriage: Ireland.
          Some records indicate name is Jamison.
          James is reported in the WFT Pedigree #1513 as being the son of Alexander Jamison who emigrated to Galway, Ireland from his native home inScotland. He came to America with his sons Rober t and John in 1700. They settled near York, PA according to Helen Prillaman in "Places Near the Mountains" published in 1985.
          RootsWeb:
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Ireland and came to America with his two sons, John and Robert. Hesettled near York, PA, and then moved to Essex Co ., VA. where he died.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 in glasgow, Scotland. He e migrated to Galway, Ireland and came to Americawith his sons, Robert and John, in 1700. The y settled near York, Pennsylvania. John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. he was a farmer andserved in the Militia under George Washington. He fought through thecampaign of July 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddo ck's defeat. He settled in Georgia after marrying Jane Dickey in 1756. She died in 1763. He la termoved with his four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville ata place called Jamison's Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River inFranklin County. He died April 6, 1830.
          Thanks to Lorin D from Dale's Family for details on Jamison Family. Immigrated from Schotland t o America with 2 sons in 1700.
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Ireland and came to Americ a with his two sons, John and Robert. He settled nearYork, PA, and then moved to Essex Co., V A. where he di ed.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 in Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to Galway, Ireland and came to Americawith his sons, Robert and John, in 1700. They settl ed near York ,Pennsylvania.
          John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. he was a farmer and served inthe Militia under Ge orge Washington. He fought through the campaign ofJuly 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's d efeat. He se ttled in Georgiaafter marrying Jame Dickey in 1756.She died in 1763. He later moved withhis four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville at a placecalled Jamison' s Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River in FranklinCounty. He died Aril 6, 1830.
          Title: Genealogy.com: Bob Erwin
          Abbrev: Genealogy.com: Bob Erwin
          Title: Ancestry.com Fayette and Emery related lines Entries: 50066Updated: Wed Jan31 21:22:2 4 2001 Contact: Nancy Fayette LaMar
          Author: Nancy Fayette LaMar
          Abbrev: Ancestry.com Fayette and Emery related lines Entries: 50066Updated: Wed Jan31 21:22:2 4 2001 Contact: Nancy Fayette LaMar
          Note:
          Fayette and Emery related lines
          Entries: 50066 Updated: Wed Jan 31 21:22:24 2001 Contact: Nancy FayetteLaMar
          Date: 1 JAN 2002
          From the Blankenstein Genealogy net:
          James Jameson & Janet Keen
          A book titled Samuel Ferguson who married Mary Jameson
          Page 2 -3
          Elizabeth Davidson Harbaugh, who wrote Davidson Genealogy, stated on page291 that the Jameso n family was of Celtic origin and that they migratedfrom Scotland to Ireland in 1616. She fur ther writes that JAMES JAMESON,the Scotch-Irish progenitor, migrated to North America , wit h wife JANEand their seven children, settling in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. Hedied prio r to 1743, the year his estate was settled. William Jameson, oneof their sons, was born 169 7 and married Sarah Collins 28 march 1722(Christ Church, Philadelphia. William and Sarah move d to Augusta County,Virginia, circa 1745, where he qualified for Justice November 1751. Hiswi ll, written 20 December 1752 and proved 21 March 1753, named his eldestson John, sons George , Andrew and William, and wife Sarah, who wasexecutrix (Augusta Co. will Book 1, page 472).
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          Index & abstracts of Deeds of Lancaster Co, Penn 974.815 Vol 1 Mayhill
          Page 53 E-36 7-28-1755: 105 a., Little Britain twp; William Jameson ofLittle Britain twp. mor tg. To John Allison of same pl. (sat.1761)(Williams mother, JANNET JAMESON to him 1745; pa t to JANET 1743 &another tract to William same yr.).
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          The Davidson Genealogy by Elizabeth Davidson Harbaugh P291-2
          The Jameson Family of Celtic origin and earlier lived in Scotland. In 1616 migrated to Ireland - sent there by James I, Protestant King of England where they remained until driven out by King James II.
          JAMES JAMESON our Scotch-Irish progenitor distinguished himself by personal bravery and military prowess when a young man at the Battle ofthe Boyne and other engagements, attracted the at tention of William IIIwho as a reward of merit conferred on him the honorary title of "Sir and Knight", which entitled him to "coat of arms". 23 years later in 1713, JAMES and wife JANET , migrated to North America with their seven children, settling in Lancaster Co., Pa. JAMES died prior to 1743 as his estate was settled in that year, each child receiving its proper share ofland in that County. Ch. 7:
          1. John b. 1693, m 1st --? 2nd Janet Keen
          2. Samuel
          3. William - of him later
          4. Adam d from over exertion in wrestling
          5. Sarah m --? Wilson
          6. Jane m --? Gibson
          7. Martha, m --?Allison, resided in Shelby, Ky.
          ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
          Individual:
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Ireland
          and came to America with his two sons, John and Robert. He settled near York, PA, and then moved to Essex Co., VA. where he died.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 in Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to Galway, Ireland and came to America with his sons, Robert and John, in 1700. They settled near York,Pennsylvania.
          John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. he was a farmer and served in the Militia under George Washington. He fought through the campaign of July 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's defeat. He settled in Georgia after marrying Jame Dickey in 1756. She died in 1763. He later moved with his four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville At a place called Jamison's Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River in Franklin County. He died Aril 6, 1830.
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          43 issue three sons Ref-44 page 145
          William and Mary Quarterly-1982 issue Jameson In 1727
          1. James Jameson sold land in Essex Co., and Margaret Jameson relinquished her right to dower. A James Jameson was Justice of Essex in 1714, and one of that name died January 17, 1720. (Middlesex Parish Register) The will of 1. James Jameson (dated April 19, 1736, recorded November 17, 1736) is as follows:
          "In the name of God, Amen: I, James Jameson, being sick and weak, but of sound and perfect memory, do make, constitute and ordain this my last will and testament in manner following: Imp. I give and bequeath to my son James the land I bought of Richard Coleman, lying in King and Queen Co.: Item. I leave ten pounds current money to my son David and one Gold Ring with a stone to Mrs. Eleanor Roy; and will that all the remainder of my estate equally divided amongst my beloved sons, Thomas, James, and David, appointing the Rev. Robert Rose, Mr Dan Gaines, Munyo Roy, and my son James ext of this my last will and Testament. Signed and sealed James Jameson November 17, 1736, D. Gaines, Thomas Short and Charles Sharp were appointed Commissioners to meet at the house where James Jameson deceased did live, and appraised all the estate. Among articles mentioned were:
          " 1 Writing desk------------------1 2 Gold Rings-------------------1 5 4 1 seal set in gold-------------1 0 0 1 feather bed and furniture 6 1 Do " " 3 2 Do "" 7"
          This inventory and appraisement was admitted to record 17th day of May, 1737, and John Vawter appointed Adm, during the minority of James Jameson. On the 18th December, 1739, Thomas Jameson, with Robert Rose, as security, qualified in two bonds of L 1,000 each as guardian of David Jameson and James Jameson respectively.
          2. James Jameson, Born about 1720, died Saturday, December 6th, aged 46 years. He married Mary Gaines, who departed this life at 3/4 past 6 0'clock on Friday evening, July 18, 1806, aged about 84 years.
          From Jamisonsforever.com
          The dates of birth for James and wife, Margaret are impossible asrecorded and thus omitted fr om the Jamisonforever data.
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Ireland
          and came to America with his two sons, John and Robert. He settled nearYork, PA, and then mov ed to Essex Co., VA. where he died.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 inGlasgow, Scotland. He emigra ted to Galway, Ireland and came to Americawith his sons, Robert and John, in 1700. They settl ed nearYork,Pennsylvania.
          John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. he was a farmer and served inthe Militia under Ge orge Washington. He fought through the campaign ofJuly 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's d efeat. He settled in Georgiaafter marrying Jame Dickey in 1756. She died in 1763. He later mo ved withhis four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville At a placecalled Jamison' s Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River in FranklinCounty. He died Aril 6, 1830.Thanks to:
          Jamisons Forever web site:
          http://www.jamisonsforever.com/getperson.php?personID=I3725&tree=123
          for the James H. Jamison Family AKA Jameson
          "Ancestral File v4.19," database, FamilySearch(http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/MWK3-LW 1 : accessed 20 June 2012),entry for James JAMISON
          Phalen/DeMars Family Tree by
          Janet Phalen
          James came from Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and migrated to Galway, Irelandand came to Americ a with his two sons, John and Robert. He settled nearYork, PA, and then moved to Essex Co., V A. where he died.
          "James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 inGlasgow, Scotland. He emigra ted to Galway, Ireland and came to Americawith his sons, Robert and John, in 1700. They settl ed near York,Pennsylvania.
          John was born in 1680."
          Thomas, son of John, was born Nov. 7, 1732. he was a farmer and served inthe Militia under Ge orge Washington. He fought through the campaign ofJuly 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's d efeat. He settled in Georgiaafter marrying Jame Dickey in 1756. She died in 1763. He later mo ved withhis four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville at a placecalled Jamison' s Mountain. He also lived on Pigg River in FranklinCounty. He died April 6, 1830.

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