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THE JAMESONS

IN

AMERICA.

i647-i9oo.

Genealogical Records
AND

MEMORANDA.
E.

O.

JAMESON,

'The Cogswells

in

America,"
in

"The History of Medway,
America," Etc., Etc.

Mass.,"

"The Choates

3IIustratc6.

PUBLISHED

in

BOSTON, MASS.,

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PRINTED

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Copyright,
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EPHRAIM ORCUTT JAMESON.

1149603
THIS VOLUME
IS

RESPECTFOLLY DEDICATED TO THE ME.MOUY
OF

HON. JOHN ALEXANDER JAMESON,
DISTINGUISHED JURIST AND LAMENTED FRIEND,

LATE OF CHICACO,

ILL.,

TO THE MEMORY
OF

HUGH JAMESON,
A COMMON ANCESTOR AND ORIGINAL PROPRIETOR OF DUNBARTON,
N.
H.,

AND TO
All Jamesons and Their Descendants

throughout america,
BV

The Author.

PREFACE.
This volume embodies the results of more than forty years of inquiry and research for a knowledge of the Jamesons in this country. The author, in 1857, issued a printed circular asking for information along genealogical lines, which met with a generous response within the narrow circle then familiar to him, and the returned papers were placed on file. These in turn became the basis of still wider inquiries, and so at intervals through this long period of years the research continued and the accumulation of data But during the last five years he has prosecuted the work with increased. more vigor and persistence, having the inspiration of a definite purpose to place in book form as soon as practicable the information thus acquired. When this purpose became known to others, representing different branches of the Jameson name who had also acquired by their independent research more or less valuable material, there was a readiness quite universal to turn over to the author data that had been gathered in some instances at no Those who have thus contributed to the small expense of time and money. work, without compensation or with a compensation merely nominal, it is proper should be named. This list not including of course the hundreds who have cooperated by sending the records of their own families, nor the many town clerks and registrars of probate and professional genealogists who for pay have given their assistance. Among those who have generously furnished a considerable amount of data may be mentioned the following,
viz.:

W. S. Jameson, Esq., Port Judge John A. Jameson, late of Chicago, 111. Gamble, Wash. Mrs. Friscilla Nm^hall, late of South Thomaston, Me. George W. Patterson, Esq., Westfield, N. Y. Lietit. James M. Jameso?!, Samuel S. Jameson, Esq., Burnet, Texas. David Hoyt, Indianapolis, Ind.
Oscar J. Hai~i<ey, Esq., VVilkesbarre, Pa. Gen. Esq., Providence, R. I. Horatio G. Gibson, U.S. A., Washington, D. C. Hon. Nathan C. Jameson, Antrim, N. H. Mrs. John A.Jameson, Chicago, 111. Mrs. Patrick H.Jameson, Warren Mrs. Martha A. Boiuen, Chattanooga, Tenn. Indianapolis, Ind. A. S. Salley.Jr., Esq., Charleston, S. C. Miss S. Ely, Esq., Doylestown, Pa. Amanda Jameson, East Greenburgh, Pa. Miss Ida Jameson, Philadelphia, Mr's. Evelyn Pavitt,^9.\\.shmg,'P7i. Mrs. John Jameson, Milford, N. J. Pa. Gen. John P. Haiokins, U. S. A., Indianapolis, Ind. These and many others not enumerated above have been of eminent service by their kindly cooperation in this undertaking, to all of

whom

the author

is

very grateful.

Thanks

at great cost of labor and money. The latest. P. Mass. E. son of Edwin James and Mary (Jameson) Lewis [1885] and grandson of Arthur Orcutt Lewis was born the author. O. . and that from the first day of a new century. patience. by telephone. H. Boston. Jan.. j. i. or who shall turn its pages. 1901. who have shown uniform courtesy. from Lynn. this volume shall remain a perpetual monument to the memory and the honor of The Jamesons in America. 1901. " a thing of beauty and a joy forever. and a valuable souvenir to all who care for their lineage and ancestry." to all who have contributed to its success. which is a model in paper. S. binding. January i..are due also to the Rumford Printing Company of Concord. N. and fidelity in their difficult but wellexecuted work. will prove a source of satisfaction. the twentieth. The author has used every endeavor. Jameson. to make a volume of family genealogy and incident at once attractive in every detail of mechanical finish. e. It is fondly hoped that this book. o. and embellishment. at 8 o'clock this morning. Mass. interesting in contents.

INTRODUCTION.
The Jamesons in America have all come from a common ancestry in ScotSome of their ancestral immigrants came to America directly from

land.

homes, while others first passed over into Ireland, and they or their descendants at length found their way across the seas to this country. As to the origin and history of the Jamesons in Scotland, casting aside all shadowy and unverified traditions, and studying the extant history and literature of that country, we are quite confirmed in the assurance that the Jameson name had its origin in a Highland clan, The Clan of Gunn. gentleman who visited Scotland, and made this matter a subject of special investigation and study, writes as follows of the
their Scotland

A

Clan History of the Jamesons.
no doubt," he says, "that the first appearance of the Jamesons in Scotland was in the extreme north of that country more specifically, in what is now Sutherland and Caithness, where they were members of the Clan Guim. The best authorities agree that the founders of this clan were Norsemen, but the accounts of their settlement in Scotland are so varied that it is perhaps best to give extracts from various publications bearing on the
is
;

"There

subject.

"The
land.

following
in

Its title

published

is from a volume in the public library of Edinburgh, Scotis. Clans of the Highlands of Scothmd, by Thomas Smibert, 1850 by James Hogg, Edinburgh, and David Robertson, Glas-

gow:

"'Clan Gunn, Gun, or Guin. A very curious document exists regarding the origin of the Clan Ross. In fact, there are three papers, in one of which the genealogist calls the first Gunn one of three brethren, Guin, Leod, and Leandois (Ross), who came out of Denmark to the north parts of Scotland to follow their fortune, and Guin took possession of the braes of Cathnes, where his posterity remains to this day, called the Clan Gunn.' "The name Gunn is Gaelic or Celtic, and has certain meanings. As a substantive, guin signifies fierceness, a pain, a dart, a wound; as a verb, to
wound,
which
their
is

to pierce, to sting, etc.

"The Gunns

are represented as living to the north of Dunrobin Castle, on the east coast of Sutherlandshire, and they had a chieftain of

own name, and a castle of their own called Halbury. MacKames (which means Macjames or Machamish) seems to be the oldest sept name of the Gunns the conclusion being that they are true Celtic High. . .

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landers.
It is clear

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from this whole and rather confused story that the Gunns had been a branch of the purest aborigines of the north. It strikes me that they are perhaps among the very purest remnants of the Gael to be found about Sutherlandshire and the adjoining parts." The following is quoted from the " Clans of the Scotch Highlands,'''' by R. R. Maclan, published in 1845 by Ackerman Co., London. This book is found in the public library, Edinburgh. " Clan N.an Guinn.aich or Gunns. The Gunns were in the North, the Although not numerous, they counterpart of the MacGregors in the South. were most martial and resolute, and the appellation by which they were disGuinneach signitinguished is very indicative of their general character. fies sharp, keen, fierce, and was, doubtless, imposed as descriptive of their known or imputed disposition. The genealogical derivation of the clan is from Guin, second son of Olans or Ollar the Black, king of Man and the Isles, who died in the year 1237. County of Caithness was originally the seat of this hardy clan. " From James, son of George, the chief who flourished in the end of the fifteenth century, is derived the patronymic of Mac Jamais, by which they have since been distinguished from their countrymen. "The Gunn tartan is of a fine, dark pattern like that worn by clansmen of Roderick Dhu. George Gunn, of Rhives, Sutherland, descended from a second son of the fifth Mac Jamais, is now chief of the clan.''
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From ''Scottish Clans and their Tartans," a recent publication of W. & A. K. J*ohnston of Edinburgh (in which the Gunn tartan may be found illustrated in color), the following is transcribed " The Cl.4N of Gunn. Of the origin of this fierce and turbulent tribe two accounts are given. In the Statistical Account of Kildonan it is stated that they are descended from the Norse kings of Man, and that Guin, their progenitor, was the eldest son of the King of that Island by his wife Christina, daughter of Farquhat, earl of Ross, who, according to Douglas, flourished in the reign of Alexander II, but Calder, in his History of Caithness,' asserts
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'

that their progenitor was Gunnias or Gunor, brother of Sweyne, a famous Freswick pirate, who had been banished from Orkney by Earl Harold the Wicked, and, on arriving at Caithness, fi.xed his residence at Ulbster, where he rose to such wealth and power that in time he became known as The
'

Great
ous,

Gun of Ulbster.' In process of time his descendants became numerand were known as the Clan Gunn, and they and the Keiths bore a mutual hatred to each other, and were ever at feud from the following circumstances Lachlan Gunti of Braemore had an only daughter, Helen, who was famous for her beauty, and the day of her marriage with her cousin Alexander was fixed but Dugald Keith, a retainer of Keith of Ackergill, whose advances she had repelled, surrounded her father's house with a body of armed Keiths, slew many of the Gunns, who were unprepared for the attack, and carried off the girl to Ackergill, where she became the victim of her abductor, and eventually threw herself from the summit of the tower. "Raid upon raid ensued now, and during one of these, in 1426, a desperate battle was fought between the two clans at Harpsdale, eight miles from Thurso, and in it the Mac Kays of Strathnaver, led by Angus Dhu MacKay, The brother-in-law of the Lord of the Isles, bore a part against the Gunns. George Gunn, chief of conflict was rancorous and bloody, but indecisive.
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;

the clan in the middle of this century, lived with barbaric

pomp

in his castle

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THE JAMESONS

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of Habery, at Clyth. He was known from the office he held, Tusticiary, or Braisteach-Mhor,' from a Crouner Gunn, but by the Highlanders as great silver brooch that fastened his plaid. "Weary of the feud, he and the Chief of the Keiths agreed to meet with twelve horsemen and settle it amicably. This was in 1464. The Keiths came with twenty-four men, two on each horse, and attacked the Gunns, who were engaged in prayer. The latter fought desperately, and were cut to pieces. George Gunn was slain, and stripped of his arms, armour, and brooch. " Soon after, William MacKames killed George (Keith) of Ackergill and his son, with ten men, at Drummay, as they were traveling from Inverugie towards Caithness. In 1585 the Earl of Caithness and the Earl of Sutherland had a fight with the Clan Gunn, who, though inferior in force, had the advantage of the hillside at Aldgowne, and used their bows so well that Henry Sinclair was slain, with one hundred and twenty men, and the rest put to flight. Subsequently most of the clan emigrated to Sutherlaudshire,
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under William and Henry Gunn." There is a certain similarity in these different accounts which compels credence in the following generalities "The Gunns were a very fierce and warlike clan of Norse descent, inhabit:

ing the northeast coast of Scotland. They had a chief of their own name and a castle of their own called Halbury.' or Habery.' MacKames (or Macjames, Mac Jamais, Mackamish, Mackeamish, which are all the same), is • the oldest sept name of the clan." By giving to the Gaelic prefix " Mac " its English meaning, son, and translating Kames or Hamish into its English equivalent of James, we have the name of "Jameson," as the primitive appellation of the Clan Gunn.
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The Arms

of the Clan Gunn.

Argent, a galley of three masts, her sails furled, and oars in action, sable a border azure; on a chief of the third a bear's head of the first, muzzled of the second, between two mullets of the field. Motto Aiit pax aiit helCrest: A dexter hand wielding a sword proper. ium. Badge Juniper. The tartan of the Clan Gunn is one of the most beautiful of all the Scottish tartans. The body is ^/(7/-/{' ^/w//, relieved by wide bands composed of narrow stripes of b/aek, which intersect each' other at right angles, while midway between the wide bands of black are fine stripes of red. For illustration The see, T/te Scotfish Clans and Their Tartans, No. 28, The Chin of Gunn.
flags gules, within
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complete costume of the clan was purchased in Scotland, and is here presented without the colors. The foregoing account seems to show the origin of the name Jameson in Scotland, and to identify it with the Highland clan of Gunn. Some hundred years later, in the middle of the seventeenth century, the fierce, warlike clansman of the north of Scotland has lost his spirit of savagery in the person of his humble descendant, James Jameson, Province of Massachusetts, New England, whose name appears, 1647, in the record book of the P'irst church of Boston, in the modest style of "James Jameson, laborer;" or, perhaps a little later, in the person of a possible descendant, William Jameson, of Charlestown, a tailor by trade, indulging somewhat in real estate transactions and Eastern land speculations. But, whatever may have been the origin of the Jameson name in Scotland, and the history of the sept across the seas, we are now concerned rather with those of the name who arrived in this country prior to iSoo, and whose descendants are scattered in large numbers broadcast over the American continent. The early immigrants of the name of Jameson, who landed on these shores at different dates through a period of a hundred and fifty years, prior to the nineteenth century, were not a single family, but were many families
creating different branches,
soil of a
or, rather, different

ancestral trees in the virgin

new country and a new civilization. These early settlers made homes in at least five different states on their arrival, and in the arrangement of this volume it seemed convenient that the several states where they first settled, and with which their early history is
identified,

should give name to the different sections or chapters of this book,
:

and accordingly we have the following chapter headings, viz. The Jamesons IN Massachusetts, The Jamesons in Pennsylvania, The Jamesons in Virginia, The Ja:viesons in Maine, The Jamesons in New Hampshire. These five chapters are followed by a Supplement which contains quite an amount of additional data that came to hand after the larger part of the book was in print. While no armorial bearings belong to Americans, there are, perhaps, few families in this country whose namesakes in England or in Scotland have by right so many insignia of heraldry as have the Jam.esons. The author received some years ago from the registrar's office in Glasgow, Scotland, procured from Mr. Barrett, the chief librarian of that office, an authorized statement and description of the different armorial bearings which had been duly granted to persons of the name of Jameson. These are eight in number, of which the following cuts are facsimiles, and are accompanied by a description in the terms of heraldry.

The

Ar.ms of the Jamesons in Scotland.

Jameson, Argylcshirc, under sail ar.

Scotland,

az. a saltire or.

cantoned with four ships

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Jameson,

ar.

two arrows

in saltire,

points

in

chief az. cantoned with four

conquefoils of az. Crest: An antelope, trip pant

or.

horned gu.

Motto: More Majonim.

Jamieson, Glasginv, 1864.
Crest:

ar.

a fesse

wavy

vert between three anchors sa.
Tcndit.

A

ship under

sail ppr.

Motto:

Ad Littora

Jamieson, Glasgow, i ar. a fesse wavy vert between three anchors a bordure vert. Crest A ship under sail ppr. Motto Ad Littora Tcndit.
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sa.

Jamieson, Cray Co.^ anchors sa. Crest: A ship under

Dumbarton,
sail ppr.

ar.

a

fesse

wavy

az.

between three

Motto:

Ad Littora

Tfndit.

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Jameson,
Crest
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ar.

a fesse

wavy

az.

A

ship under sail ppr.

between three anchors az. Motto Ad Littom Tciidit.
:

ppr.

Jameson, az. a saltire and a mullet in base
Crest
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or.
or.

cantoned

in chief

and flanks by Roman galleys
or.

A Roman galley
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ppr., the sail gu.

charged with a lion pass, guard

Motto

Sine Metii.

ppr.

Jameson, az. a saltire or. cantoned and a bugle-horn in base or.
Crest:

in chief

and flanks by Roman galleys

A Roman
:

galley ppr., the sail gu. charged with a lion pass, guard

or. Motto Sine Mctn. Granted to John Jameson, Esq., of Windfield, Co. Galway, eldest son of James Jameson, Esq., of Windfield and Mont Rose, Co. Dublin, and grandson of John Jameson, Esq., sheriff and clerk of Co. Clackmannan, Scotland. The last one of these is stamped in gold on the cover of this volume, not by reason of any claim that the Jamesons in America have to wear it, but

merely as an embellishment. And on the title page is found the reputed arms of the ancient Clan of Gunn, for the same reason. As to the spelling of the name, it appears that as translated from the old Gaelic, Mac james or Mac jamais, Mac meaning son, and james or jamais meaning James, the English equivalent is Jameson. It is further to be

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noticed that the oldest and five out of the eight to whom arms have been granted, spell the name Jameson, and three spell it Jamieson. Crossing over into this country, there is rehearsed by different branches of the family the unverified tradition that there were three brothers who came to America. One settled in Virginia, who spelled his name Jameson the second settled in South Carolina, and spelled his name Jamieson, while the third spelled his name Jamison, but where he settled is not stated, doubtless in Pennsylvania, if we may determine the matter by a current spelling of the name in that state. But laying aside unverified traditions, we find as an actual fact, here in America, that the name has not merely the two spellings known in Scotland, or the three given by tradition in this country, but the name is found spelled in at least thii-ty-ti(.io different ways, as follows, viz. Jahncso/i, Jameson, Jaincrson, James sou, Jamieson, Jamison. Jamisone, Jammersou, Jammcsone, Jammiso)i, Jamson, Jemeson, Jemmerson. Jemniisen, Jemmison, Jempson, Jemsou, Jeinyson, Jimason, Jimersou, Jimmersou, Jimminsou, Jimmisou, Jiiuson, Jimpson, Gemsene, Gemson, Gimersou, Gimeson, Gimpson, Gimsen, Gipson. With all this great variety of spellings for one and the same name, there was in hand a difficult problem for solution. Well aware that there existed a natural choice to each for spelling the name in his own way, and a very strong attaehmcnt felt by some for their family way of spelling, which may have reached back two hundred years, and perhaps to Scotland and, while to gratify one and all in this matter would have been pleasing to the author, it was found quite impracticable to introduce such a variety of spellings for the one name, and the Gordian knot was cut by considerations of convenience and harmony, so that the name throughout this volume has the uniform spelling of Jameson, except where records are copied verbatim. This, as we have seen, accords with the original and more common spelling in Scotland, and is found to be more universal than any other in America. The Jamesons in America, as already stated, in all branches of the sept and wherever they have settled and established homes, with entire unanimity trace their lineage and ancestry to Scotland. In times of political disturbances and religious persecutions many of the name fled to different parts of Ireland, and from thence, they or their descendants sailed to America, while others have come directly from Scotland to America. Those who found homes for a time in the North of Ireland, on their way to this country, have long been favorably known on this side the water as " Scotch-Irish." This not because of even a drop of Irish blood in their veins, for the Scotch immigrants did not intermarry with the Irish people in whose country they lived for a season. In fact, they mostly occupied different parts of Ireland, and were very wide apart in their social customs and in their religious sympathies. The Jamesons were thoroughly Scotch, and very generally Presbyterians. There were, however, a few, especially in Virginia, who were members of the Church of England. The Scotch-Irish, in the War of the Revolution, were conspicuous in all the colonies for their patriotism, self-sacrifice, and valor in battle. Nor were they less so in the more recent War for the Union. They have held high positions in the army, in the navy, and in the state. It has been stated by excellent authority that "The Scotch-Irish, which numbers hardly one eighth of our population, has furnished one fourth of our presidents." May the Jamesons in America during the new century, at whose threshold we now stand, and in all coming time, maintain the high level of their noble ancestry and distinguished race in virtue, patriotism, and religion.
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ILLUSTRATIONS.
Arms Arms Arms Arms Arms Arms Arms
of Clan Gunn of Jamesons in Scotland of Maine of Massachusetts
of

New Hampshire
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of Pennsylvania of Virginia Autograph of Abigail Jameson Autograph of Abraham Vastine Autograph of Alexander Jameson Autograph of Andrew Jameson Autograph of Daniel Jameson Autograph of Daniel Jameson Autograph of Elisha Harvey Autograph of Henry Jameson Autograph of Hugh Jameson Autograph of Jeremiah Page Autograph of John Jameson Autograph of John Vastine Autograph of Priscilla N?vvhall
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Autograph of Robert Jameson Autograph of Rev. Thomas Jameson Autograph of Thomas Jameson Autograph of William Jameson Autograph of William Jameson Ayres Block, Keokuk, la. Ayres, David J., Keokuk, la. Ayres, Mrs. Dorothea G., Danville. Ky. Baker Mansion, Walter, Boston, Mass. Benjamin, Park, New York City, N. Y Benjamin, Walter R., New York City, N. Y Church, Centre, Antrim, N. H. Church, Old Meeting-House Hill, Antrim, N. H. Church, Presbyterian, Antrim, N. H Clark, Byron 'W., S. Hamburg, N. Y " Clyde," Millis, Mass., Cogswell, Mrs. Rebecca, Yarmouth, Mass. College, William and Mary, 1692 Condon, Mrs. Inez G., Port Gamble, Wash. Costume of the Clan Gunn, Scotland Country Scenery Deh-he-wa-mis, The White Indian Woman Dinsmoor, Daniel S., Laconia, N. H.
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ILLUSTRATIONS.
Harvey's Creek, Lake, Pa. Harvey's Landing, Nanticoke, Pa. Harvey, Oscar J., Esq., Wilkesbarre, Pa. Harvey's Stone House, Plymouth, Pa. Hawkins, Gen. John P., Indianapohs, Ind Hirsch, Mrs. Isabel McC, Keene, N. H. Holden, Mrs. Mary E., Svvanapscott, Mass "ameson, Ale.xander, Irasburg, Vt. ameson, Ale.xander, Antrim, N. H. ameson, Anne Belle, Antrim, N. H. ameson, Arthur L., Ogdensburg, N. Y. ameson, Arthur O., Millis, Mass. ameson, Benjamin T., Weare, N. H. ameson. Miss Caroline C, Boston, Mass. ameson, Charles, St. Stephens, N. B. ameson. Gen. Charles D., Upper Stillwater ameson, Charles D., Jr., China ameson, Charles R., Antrim, N. H. ameson, Daniel, Uunbarton, N. H. ameson. Gen. David F., Charleston, S. C. ameson, Edwin D., Chicago, 111. ameson, Edward S., Marine City, Mich. ameson. Miss Elmina M., Ouincy, Mass. ameson. Rev. E. O., Boston, Mass. ameson. Rev. Ephraim H. E., Detroit, Mich ameson, Fred P., Port Gamble, Wash. ameson, Mrs. Hannah, Dunbarton, N. H.
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ameson Homestead, Dunbarton, N. H. ameson. Dr. Horatio G., Baltimore, Md. ameson House, Hyde Park, 111., 1876 ameson, Hugh, Boston, Mass. ameson, Humphrey, Boston, Mass. ameson. Miss Isabel B., Antrim, N. H. ameson, Lieut. James M., Indianapolis ameson, James W., Antrim, N. H. ameson, Jeremiah P., Dunbarton, N. H.
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Joe Lee, Austin, Texas Col. John, Culpeper, Va. John, Woburn, Mass. John, Milford, N. J. Hon. John A., Chicago, 111. Esq., John A., Chicago, 111.
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JaUl^SOIl and his wife, Sarah, were the first persons of the name known in America. As early as 1647 they were residents of Boston, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England. Mr. Jameson died in Januar}', 1661. Mrs. Jameson died March 25, 1696.

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Mr. Ja.meson was an early settler in this country. He came probably from ScotThe first mention of him is in the record made of his wife becoming a member land. " The 27"> Day of y^' 9"> monelh 1647 by of the First Church in Boston, as follows Elder Loveritt, Sarah Jempson y-' wife of James Jempson laborer.'' She was proba:

bly received on confession of covenant, as there is no mention of a letter from another church. In the Church Record of Baptisms is the following: -'Mariah Jempson y^' daughter of Sister, Sarah Jempson y'' wife of James Jempson, being the 5"> day of y'' 10 moneth 1647 by the Pastor." The births and baptisms of the other children are also recorded. The name appears sometimes recorded " Jemson."' Soon after Mr. Jameson's death, " Att a county court held at Boston the i" Feb 1661. Power of She adadministration to the estate of the late James Jempson is granted to Sarah. ministering according to law."

May 10. References. JO. {jatiii's'^). Hannah John ELiZAltETH [ii]. Jonathan Blaisdell. m. The inscription on her tombstone Mrs. 1690. —03—00 01 — 04—00 00— 10— 00 01 — 10—00 01 — 00 — 00 01 — 10—00 01 — 10—00 00 — 10 —06 09—10—00 10—00—00 Several debts to be paid out Witnesses . No.. iCg6. m. 216. Probate Records of Suffolk Co. '" Boston. John. p. Thomas Nichols. b. — and .. b. 20. Jollll" JailieSOll 3. 132. 167+. yi. 1714. Feb. Mass. 14. Esther [10]. " 2IS' day II. daughter of James [i] and Sarah Jameson. William Gard. m. Province of Massachusetts."' band's estate to her best knowledge. Keeords of the First Chiireh in Boston. p. 3.2 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA."' I'ol. 2-j. 1653. Register. Feb. Susanna [8]. March 4. No. 1669. bury. 1688. Mass. 2 swords & bandelens For linnen of divers sorts A chest. 228.Amesbniy. Hist. John Stevens. Liher IV. 1676. Dec. 169S.. Feb. ni. m. . Aug. daughter of George and Susanna (North) Martin. pp. 1670 . Tulv M. . g44. Esther Martin.b. Mass. 1:7: 1648. 1726. 2S. Dec. Original Documents. Christian. m. No. Mariah" Jameson was Ihifl. IX. 46. i66l An inventory of the goods </James Guiison lately deceased. Records of Boston. b. and 67. b. Benjamin Sawyer [13]. 23. 2S. They resided in Boston. iVew Eng. b. ( ^ Abell Porter " jj^j^i^y ALLEN •• Sarah Jempson. son of James [i] and Sarah Jameson. A One bed Two Two & ground prized at & rugs that belong lo it other beds at pots one kettle pestell & mortor One pair of And-Irons in pawne & tongs and other things For a posnett and pewter For wearing clothes For muskett. deposed this to bee a true Inventory of her late husWhen shea knows more shee will discover it. Vol. 114. THE CHILDREN WERE: ^YlLLIAM. fp.. 1701. i666- Mary. 30. 1674. 2. XVI. a mariner.sj. Mass. in Copp's Hill Burial Ground is as follows: " Sarah Jameson aged about S3 years died )' 25''' daye of March 1696. 1672. ]Mass. 1691. 4g. where they died. Old Families of Salislury Mass. Gen. b. iS. He was She married. William Pressey. References. Jane [9].^ug. 5 {'James'^). Mary IVorthen.. July 19. Vol. They resided in AmesShe was born April 7. p.. b. b. Samuel Goodwin. . was born He married March 15.. Copp's — Hill No. May v. Boston. toy. :io: 1647. in THE CHILDREN WERE : Mary [7]. 104.3j. Feb. cupboard table & other lumber Axis houws and a Kake For \ a boat house : 40 — 00— 00 03—10—00 03— oc—00 02 . in court. p. 166S. 22.. 24. 2gi. Records of Boston. Epitaphs. 1665. . Mass. b. IX. Jameson survived her husband many years. Mass. [12]. '" Salisbury. m. Aug. 1670.

Dec. tried for witchcraft in Salem. 1694.Martin. was born Au. 1670. J2S. b. Sarah.' one who scorned to be drabbled . 16SS-9. ya/in Skvciis of Amesbury.x. m. b. No. Mass. wearing a hood and scarf. took the oath of fidelity in 1677./. plump and well developed in her figure. Joseph. Susanna'^ JaiaeSOll {7a/iii-. Mary. Oct. where they resided. THE CHILDREN WERE Mary. d. 30. Dec. as early as 166S. Mass. Dec. Susannah Martin & Sarah U'lides on Tuesday 19* July 1692. ////'. 5. 340. Rebecka Nurse. Memoranda. Sar. He was born June 2. 172S. 4. b.Amesburv. Mr. Upluim's Vol. 266. diughter of John [3] and Esther (Martin) Jameson. Daniel Osilaway. . Susanna -Maktix. made a townsman in 1669. • ' References. I4^-I4g.yohn Osilaway. 1691. Mass. Nov. Jane. 7. it appears. yames'^). 17 Esther. 30. William. 1713. was charged with being a witch because "she went from Amesbury to Newbury afoot in She is described as 'a short. and condemned. d. 169S. on file in SaU-m. 1748. "Warrant and arrest of Susanna Martin of Amesbury in }' county of Esse. 1714.vh. . b." was issued and the execution Mrs. Feb. 19. Hannah. was a member of the "training band " in He was living in 1713. 216. where they resided. . Ja. Dec.meson was in . rant for the execution of Sarah Good. Feb. March 30. 13. Feb. John. 1704..A'/?'^-. 14. and was appointed. Stevens's parentage and ancestry husband. 10. Salisbury. 8. m. Iij. July She was living in 171S. 2jg. Mass. b. 1737. July 20. Henry Flood. son of John and Marah (George) Pressey. Sept. 214. 16. pp.— Z?^<-. 1692. m. the children were: ried John.'' She was examined 'May "A war20. 1-3-iSS. 1737. 1702. . Thomas Colby. June 29. 1710. to administer his estate in Amesbury. 3 Memoranda. 1692.^. 1700.r ami Wills of OhI Xorfolk Co. Mrs. May 20. Mrs. II. 30. Elizabeth Weed. Salem Witchcraft. are unknown. Stevens survived her 1714. lier mother. b. 7.. Mass. b. No. : Feb.pp. F. 21-2:1. widdow. 10. Old Families of Records of Salem Wile/icra/'t. Miiry-' Jameson (. Stevens died in 1714. 7. How. iS. b.lias Colby.'" Under date of April 30. of remarkable personal neatness. /'/i-e's -\Vw Puritan. iT\i. 20. p. pp. She married May 10.. 1692. Jacob. Vol. 169S. 1671 in Amesbury. ni. 1693.' 'a strong-minded woman as her e. Mass. and probably as late 1680. Sept. tive woman. 168S. Mr. 1704.. 1696. pp. b. Mrs. b. Mr. 167 1-2 in Amesbury. March i. daughter of John [3] and Esther (Martin) Jameson was born Feb. Salisbury and Amesbury. Mass. 11. She marWilliam Presscy. and chosen tithingman in 1693. 12. References.THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. by Orlando Bagley. Mass. iq2-233. May 10. in Amesbury. pp. Mrs. aca dirty season' without getting her clothes wet. Nov.xaraination shows. Jameson was living in i6g6.7<"«cj-^). b. Feb. Pressey died Oct.. 2. Mass. as 1726 was a victim of the Salem witchcraft delusion in 1692. Mrs. I.— OA/ Families of Salisbury aud Amesbury. 25.. Eliz. Mass. Martin was a daughter of Richard and Ursula North of took place accordingly. 1691 m. b.

H. Mr. Mary Challis. b. Ephraim Augustus Goodwin. b. 1723. Jan. 16. one was not recorded. 10. where they resided. Mrs. lost at sea. 1706.. 21. Mass. April 17. where they resided.. 1704. JMass. March 10. Mass. 1719. b. 1673-4. 1709.. dated References. 29'. Mass. N. m. b. Oct. Keferk^cks. 1721) Ebenezer. Hanuah Gaskill. and died leaving a widow and eight children. d. Dec. Mr. 1676. b. b. June 8. The other children all resided in Amesburv. Elizabeth. Mass. Samuel Colby. the youngest son of Samuel and Esther (Jameson) Goodwin. Mr. Nov.. in Amesbury. The other children all resided in Amesbury. _?. 1714. b. Oct. 23. when his children were all Mr. Sept./7. son of Thomas and Mary Nichols. Mass. There were eight children. 23. 263. m. Pressev survived her husband. b. March 28. No. 1724. /yS. Pressev was a '• References. — Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury. 24. is a great-grandson of Moses Goodwin. and Mrs. James'^). June 20. May i. b. Mrs.. 216. 1706. 1712. He was born in Amesbury. in Amesbury. THE CHILDREN WERE: Joseph.— Old Families 0/ Salisbury and Amesbttiy. . Jane'' Anna. 1756. Mary. in Amesbury. Judith Hoage of Newburyport. daughter of John [3] and Esther (MarJameson.THE JAMESONS Jonathan. Esther. 1703 . . . 1730. 12. a prominent citizen of Amesbury. and Benjamin. David. b. Sept. 11. Oct. 8. tin) Thomas Jameson {John^. Mr. Memoranda. viz. pp. She married He was born Oct. Aug. loj. and for many years a deacon and Sunday-school superintendent of the Union Evangelical church of Salisbury and Amesbury. 1701. fy: gi.. David. 24. Goodwin was a wheelwright. b. b. 1717. pp. snow-shoe man'" in 1708. Mass. 1670. loS. 1718. April 10. John Pressey. Mass. 11. . 23. 1S09. m. She was living in 1740. and Mrs. Dec. Nichols married (pub. Jonathan. 1708. Mass. ig. 8. yamcs^). b. was born Feb. Feb. Mr. July 31.. Mr. Oct. b. 18. Mass. N^ichols. July 3. Memoranda. 266. Oct. N. No. IN AMERICA. moved to Kingston. Nichols died in Nov. Daniel. 26. b. Stephen. Goodwin died before her husband. 171S. Mass. Satiii/cl Goothchi. sov\ of Richard and Mary (Fowler) Goodwin. Ralph Blaisdell. David living. b. 1724. H. Rachel. 1702. She married. Jan. March 18. i-iS. 171 1. Jchabod Colby. 1697. April 30. 9. Nichols removed to Salem. Moses. Nov. Jan. 16. Mr. b. 16. 1722.— OA/Zlrm/y/W 0/ Salisbury and Amesbury. Esther' Jameson (:?'''//«-. Ralph Blaisdell removed to East Kingston. Osilaway reMass. Mary. their oldest son. b. and had two children. resided in Amesbury.. Mass. Samuel. Thomas. 13. Goodwin died after 1729. daughter of John [3] and Esther (Martin) Jameson was born July 19. '^ He made his will. Memoranda.. 1694 m. Susanna. A/ass. 1724. 1701 ni.. b. pp.

33s. His estate was administered Nov.. he died in childhood'. resided in Rowley. Quinby. 3.. David Blaisdell's son. b. Mass. Mass. Mary. 2ig. March 2. Mrs. Mass. 1 7 14. 1714. Elijah Blaisdell. 29. a grandson N. 12. daughter of John [3] and Esther was born in Amesbury. leaving a widow and seven children. b. 15. Blaisdell (Martin) Jameson. July 9. March 27. Lowell. 1735-6. "^Dorothy Bay'nard. Gidtvn Lowell. Isaac Blaisdell. Mass. 1751. b. Nov. Isaac. 1726. March . but removed about 1718 elsewhere. Bl. She married Feb. 27. b. Nicholas. Several of his clocks are still extant in running order. 1723. Challis and Mrs. 1741-2. 1736. in existence an old clock on the face of which in is David Bl. 1709. of David Blaisdell. Oct. THE CHtLDREN WERE: m. 3. Nov. it is than his father. b. b. Jonathan. 26. 1756. Nov. d. Feb. but the clock still marks off the time quite accurately. Oct. m. In the division of the real estate in 1750. Jonathan. No. THE CHILDREN WERE: Benjamin.THE JAMESONS IN . Mass. The gear-shafts are much worn by the service of five generations. the second son. \\. 16." iron. Elizabeth. A'aomi Tu. Mass. in Amesbury. 5. m. b. 11. Mrs. 1730. David Blaisdell. 19. b. He lived in a house. Mass. 1701-2. Ahfaham Colby. 1728-9. 1706. Hannah Jones.i/rs. H. was a clock-maker. m." — "Made is still 12. yonathan Blaisdell. Mrs. Titus Wells. She married. David. 23. Abigail Colty A. 1720. 1729. Blaisdell not living. m. Jicditk (Osgood) French. -. 1744.\%. son of Samuel Sawyer. 8. and it runs twenty-four hours without winding. Jan. !\Iary Holmes. 21. S. b. — Old Families of Salisbnrv and Amesbury.aisdell was a blacksmith by trade. Enoch. was also a clock-maker. in Chester. Philip Quinhy. 171S.MASSACHUSETTS. no. b. Mr. Anne. May There ing by '• primitive aflair. manufactured much better clocks which is now standing. 1739. nearly opposite Richard Blaisdell. Dec. b. son of Henry and Mary (Haddon) Blaisdell. Marv Statertv. Mrs. b. the fourth son. He died in the army. 316. 1743. ^96. Aug. Aug. Jan. was born Dec. d. April 12. Elizaiieth. David.' m. May 10. Blaisdell married again Oct. 5. in Amesbury. 1686. b.. died in 1748. Gideon Challis. where they resided. March 13. b. Henry. 1760. 1734. March 23. 1698. 26. Samuel. the face of brass with a ring engraved the followThis clock is a engraved with Roman figures which are filled with a black pigment. 1781 Molly. 5. 9. b. pp. Dec. 1738. Spencer. Samuel. where they resided. 1731. 27. in Newbury. 1676. near Lake George. The other children all settled in Amesbury. He was born Oct. said. m. Elijah. The children were: David. 1715-16.xbuiy. U<ailliall ' Jameson {7o/in-\ %imfs'). gt. 1704. children who shared it were: Mrs. d. 1690. 28. Aug. Sept. Dolly.33^- Elizabeth'^ Jameson {'John-. 1699. born Oct. b. Colby. m Memoranda. Mr. b. 1739. b. . 2. Daniel. 1712. It is made to hang on the wall with its works exposed. daughter of John [3] and Esther (Martin) Jameson. 64-6. in infancy. but died at the early age of twenty-eight years. m. " Orcutt's Hotel" as it was called. and are very distinct. There is only an hour hand and the dial is marked for quarter hours. 28. 27. 15. Benjamin Saicyer. yames''). /oS. m. David. References. This clock ticks seventy-two times a minute. Feb. 1733. Hannah. . the others had died previous to that date. Enoch. Jan. the 1748.asdel made of wrought Almsbury MDCCLH.

Samuel Sawver.— rcri/// l'Hiy. Caroline (Worthen) Proctor. 1S7: History of iVewbiny. Sept. of his father. Memoranda. Jameson's father. Mrs. There is no mention of a wife and children. resides in Pleasant X'allev. Sam' Sawyer who died in 17 18. Mass. 13. now. where Cromwell was victorious and three thousand were slain and ten thousand " Tho. Jameson himself after 1665.n- No. 1646. pp. the only child of George Martin by his first wife.. and two hundred and sixty-nine others.-. Amesbury. Memoranda. for Boston. Doubtless some of these prisoners were sent to the Barbadoes. References. 1659. 1652. ^^y2.: 6 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Mass." and sold for slaves. as a sort of banishment for their rebellion. Mass. 1726. quite near the spot where his descendant. His gravestone. He was a licensed innholder from 1693 to 1716. 1900. 21b. Mass. in January. Amesbury. nor the record of his death in the Records of Newbury. John and Mary (Hadlock) Worthen. on board the shipe " fo/i/i a 11 if Sara. three miles from Newburyport." Nov. He signed a petition Marcli. were Scots prisoners sent to this countr}. Ezekiel Worthen about 1663 came from Salem. She was born Aug. to John March. 11. 1715. Mass. shipe " 14. where he arrived prior to May 13. and a half sister to Esther Martin. William Worthen. /'"«??')..'' is in the burial ground on Sawver's Hill. 1650. a daughter of Dea. Rhus. Mass. He was admitted an inhabitant of Dover. was born Nov. daughter of 13. of Salisbury. Mass. 1718. Doubtless he soon removed elsewhere. Jameson. for liberty to fence across tlie way by Turlvey liill to prevent slieep from running Mr. as there is no further mention of him. Kemble of Charlestowne" by the made prisoners. f'J17. 1696. Mr. resides in Amesbury.. from London. 14.7/. (/"/'«-. in Newbury.Am-sbury. Hannah. in son of John [3] and Esther (Martin) Amesbur}-. was a son of Ezekiel and Hannali (Martin) Worthen. was born Aug. Sawyer's father. and sells the same Oct. 240. .xed there for several years. Memoranda."' in company with David Jameson. "Patrick J imson. when he sold the above named tavern to his son. 1716.p. Mr. Jameson's niotlier. N. 3. 165 1. Sawver was away before we sliear tlieni. Mrs. 22. '' a weaver by occupation. New England. inscribed "Lieut." He purcliased Marcli 3. LiEL'T. Patrick JanieSOIl. Mass. Dea. a mansion and other buildings known as the "Blue Anchor Tavern" in Newbury. They were probably taken in the Battle of Dunbar. sailed in the Jiiliit and Sara.. son of William and Ruth Sawyer. They were consigned to following order . Kcconis of A'avhin-v ami of Amisburv. He married Hannah Martin./ and . parentage and birthplace unknown. H. 2.. and no known record of Mr. Mass. He married Aug. : Sketclics of Onid iXe-.by order of the English government. in Mary Wortheii. Mass. Mass. where they resided. No. Mass. Ezekiel Worthen settled on the bank of the Merrimack river. Neile Jameson.— 0/. William and Caroline (Babb) Worthen. 1700. John' Jameson iS. Families of Salisbury References. and was ta. John Worthen.

000 were taken prisoners. RIy Braves. 1651. Tho. Mr.000 prisoners of war. under Lesley. Edward Rawson. and captured ammunition and guns.M Greene. The Rev. Twenty thousand Covenanters.t May The " 13. Grp. Kemi. and seventy-two persons to be sold as slaves in New England or transported to the Barbadoes. Beex Rob' Rich WiLLi. Entered & Recorded F. Tho.^e names are under written. fit for the West Indjes.^ orders referred to given to Mr. and promiseth. Jn" Greene: Wee whose names are under written freighte''s of your shipe the John Sara doe Order you forthwith as winde & weather shall permitt to sett sajle for Boston England &' there deliver our Orders and Servants to Tho: Kenible of Charles Towne to be disposed of by him according to order's wee have sent him in that behalfe and wee dsire you to Advise with the said Kemble about all that may concerne that whole intended vojage vsing you' Indeavo's with the said Kemble for the speediest lading you' shipp from New Eng to the barbadoes with provisions & such other things as are in N. but for 6 or 7 or 8 yeares. " A list of the passengers aboard the M'. E. with the watchword: The Lord of Hosts! The Covenant!! !'" Lesley lost 3. thus desiring your care & industrje in Dispatch and speed of the vojage wishing you a happy & safe Retourne wee remajne you' loving friends. bound for to the New who were shipped and consigned John and Sara of London. They sick of the scurvy or other diseases have not wanted for physick and chyzurgery.le Wee who.000 killed. Kemble." writes General Ciomwell concerning like Scots prisoners of war as follows : Lord ' The Scots whom God delivered into your hands at Dunbarre and whereof sundry were Such as were sent hither. four an house. have not been sold for slaves to perpetual servitude. for every giveth them as their owne. which he requiring 3 dayes in the weeke to worke for him (by turnes) and 4 dayes for them themselves. iS^ in New : John Beex Rich Will. where you are to deliver them to M' Charles Rich to be disposed of by him for the joint acco"' of the freighte's & so to be Retou'ned home in a stocke vndevided. /•". Recorder. 28 of 5tb. Remajne you' loving friends Jo. as soone as they can repay him the money he layed out for them he will set them at liberty. 3. Dispatch of the shjpp or w' else may any wajes con- London this 11 of Novembe' 1651. we have been desirous (as we could) to make their yoke easy. Entered & Recorded at the Instant Request of the said Mr. EJw. John Cotton of " Boston in N. 1650." The Battle of Dunbar -was fought Tuesday. 1652. Capt. . John Greene England.M. Sept. A whole train of powder and shot and thirty guns The Lord of Hosts!! On. 10. Rawson Recorder i^lh May i6j2. with the watchword " The Covenant! The Covenant : ! Eleven thousand of Crom well's Army." consisted of two hundred. Kemble were as follows : freight's of the shipp yWiii cH Sara whereof is comande' John Greene Doe consigne the said shipp & servants to be disposed of by yow for ou' best Advantage & account & the whole proceed of the Servants & vojage Retourne in a jojnct stocke without any Division in such goods as you conceive will turne best to acco"' in the Barbadoes & consign (e) them to M' Charles Rich for the aforesajd acco"'& w' other pay you meete with fit for this place send hither and take the Advise & Assistance of Cap' Jo" Greene in disposall of the servants. and came out of the battle with 10. : cerne the vojage thus wishing the shipp a safe vojage & God's blessing on the same not doubting of you' best care & dilligence.\. layeth some acres of ground thereto. Were Captured. 7 Novembe' 1651. as we do our owne: and he that bought the most of them (I heare) buildeth houses for them. Tho.ene Roi. On!!! Lambert lost 30 killed. under Lambert. E.! THE JAMESONS "London this ii"' o£ IN MASSACHUSETTS. SiXGING THE II7TH PSAL.

16. to be disposed of as slaves by " Tho. with the numerousness of our Prisoners.>:on." to the "best advantage & account" of his "loving friends. IV. Vol. yi'. 377-3S0.nolaii." And there is a further mention of him as follows: • Patrick Jameson of Strawberry Bank. Patrick Jameson earned liis liberty and paid for his little homestead in about seven years. and after landing. $41. if 15. founders the sixteenth charter member of the twenty-seven original of "The Scots' Charitable Society. was admitted as an inhabitant Jan. from London bound for Boston. Vol. Vol. No. but there are no known records of his family. /:. 13-16. of A^ew F. his dent of Boston. bar. References. pp. 377-380. Kemble of Charles Towne. or what became of him. Va. 171. pp. No." We it naturally followed as the easiest solution of the " exceeding trouble" occasioned by the " numerousness" of prisoners to ship them off to the colonies to be sold to service for a term of years. a prisoner of war and another of the two hundred and seventy-two passengers by the ship John and Sara who were landed in Boston prior to May 13. Memoranda. 1659 and was ta. Patrick Jameson and David Jameson. in the Revolutionary period. though it be an effect of abundant mercy. Collections. He may have been a brother of James Jameson [i] who appears in Boston ten years earlier. Virginia hist. His parentage and birthplace are unknown. related. sailing Nov. at all. 377-3S0. the name Neil Jameson.^isler. 1651. belonged to a merchant and prominent citizen of Norfolk. 6. 1652. 177. .— .VcK' England Hist. parentage and birth unknown. I. References. p. VI. Register. was a petitioner with others July 26.. no record has been found. Province of Massachusetts. Neile JitlUfSOn may have been a brother to the two preceding. Richmond. p. Vol. — Sai'iige's Gen. Vol. Vol. as appears froin the following record: " Patrick Jameson at Dover N." What became of him no known written history narrates. p. pp. Re./. whether he settled here or was reshipped to the Barbadoes. If.xed several years. Vol. 17. Vol. Dover N. Mr. William Greene. pp. Jameson was . gi. save that he was a fellow Scot prisoner and passenger on board the ship jfohn and Sara.S THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. II. Diet. Province of Massachusetts. or of his estate. John Greene. Gen. Standard." "And now we hear that not only the decent people but some of their ministers are also fallen in this battle of Dunbar. end Gen. p. Vol. Gen. land Hist. 1665 to be freed from the jtirisdiction of the Colony of Massachusetts. At any rate he was in the same condemnation. 41S.-j'7. pp. I. Jo." which was organized Jan. in Boston. Alagazine. VI f. But a hundred and more years later. pp. A^ew EngHistoriof the Battle of DunA^ew England Papers. in 1657 was a resiAndrew JiinieSOn. Virginia Hist. 312. This society still has a flourishing 1657. Beex.'' And with this record of his independent spirit he re- And tires from the knowledge of the writer. Va. of his death. IV. to the References. H. New England. 11. commanded by Capt. Robt Rich. Cromwell's estimate of the Covenanters was : "God hath a people here fearing his name though deceived. Miseellaneous Prozincial Papers. are put to exceeding trouble. How preceding Patrick Jameson. Register. I.3. No.' England Hist. H. DilYid J<ilQe. Vol. I. — A'l-.

He June 16S0. b. b. 27. In the course of his remarks he said. 1684. Thomas Eerrand. Sarah Jameson died March 24. In 1676 he served as a soldier in Turner's company. 1702 one of the two 1703 he was chosen Vice President of the Seals'' Cliaritable . 18. Mrs. became a member of the Scots' Charitahle Societv Oct. John [23]. ^Sarah Price. b. She was born in 1653 in Charlestown. Mrs. died prior to 1714. Mass. -Mrs. 20.\meson [18] who was recorded the twentylist of resident members " at Boston 25* October 1684. Mr. Charlestown.Nov. H. Ross. [24]. Memoranda. Charitable Society. Boston. 1877. tailor. 167Q. 174 The Boston Evening Transcript. 15.^RGAREr [19].. 16S4. b. daughter of Matthew and 1645. [25]. Vol. Esq. 25. b. 1714. — Savt^^i's GeiicalogUs of N. 17 18. William JilineSOIlt parentage and birthplace unknown. John Harden. "William Jamison and Sarah Price were married Oct. enrolled was William J. iS"' 1677 by Daniel Gookin. . 16S2. loving their countrymen as only Scotsmen could love them. The present membership is about four hundred. Feb. [20]. Mayor Ouincy and other distinguished guests were welcomed at the dinner by the president. [21]. Benjamin Purrington. Sarah {Phillips) Jameson died Sept." And how timely it was when we consider that in 163O and later. II. Jan. Dec. 10. declares its object to be the relief of their countrymen "brought through the Providence of God to necessitie. m. to establish a society for the And they went about this work with a genuine relief of these suffering prisoners.meson. //>. Jameson died Feb." "Goodman William Jimmerson became a Church member Oct. f. [22]. 1848. 16S6. Mary Jameson died March 15. 2.'' "William Jamisone was chosen Feb. may have been the oldest son of James [i] and Sarah Jameson of Boston. . iSgT- No. He was a tailor by trade. L. Feb. 1709. 17. Mass.Sarah M. May 26. 17. " The society had dispensed aid to two hundred persons during the past year.. 1685 one of the four relief of oure poore"' kev-keepers and May Society. m. 1714.. 1691. Nov.xt long Andrew Jameson continued in this society does not appear. Dec. 23. an inhabitant of Charlestown. ' 4"' Assistants for careing on of this good worke in order to the " William Jameson was chosen May 5. It IN MASSACHUSETTS.. 1710. Jameson married ''Sarah Phillips. He May died in childhood. June 28. 11. 1691 m. Magistrate. 24." References." This old society. Jameson married ^Mary She was born in 1651. Mr. 20. and there are about thirty thousand dollars in the permanent fund. 17J. Mass. ^Abigail Carter: m." How of the fifth in name the The ne. Mr. some four hundred ladies and gentlemen being present. g celebrated its two hiiiulred and fortieth anniversarj. THE CHILDREN WERE: William William . where they resided. 127. Mr. 1897." "William Jamison. Mass. Jr. Mrs.THE JAMESONS existence. 25. who sat at the head of the table. /6. Ja. 16"' 1681. 16S2. Elizabeth Price. 30. Mary March 13. b. b Oct. E. hundreds of Scotsmen taken prisoners of war at Dunbar and in other disastrous battles were landed in Boston. was born in ^2 married Oct. organized by the Scots in America. m." spirit of benevolence and "pious trust in the great mercies of an over-ruling Provi- — dence. 5. 18. Elizabeth Dorothy Pendleton. by a large gathering in the United States Hotel. Then was the occasion for " the charitable and provident Scotsmen. possibly. She was born in 1649. 16S9. : ^37: Pr'uded Records of Scots' 1.

" Mr. 7. 1700. the ^15 to the widow. Mass. was a tailorfrom 1654 to 1660. at " Purpooduck.. Joel Madiver was killed by the Indians in August. for ^10. Joel Madiver. on Wahuit Tree Hill' Charlestown Mass. less was tlie land he sold to William Jameson and which receives subsequent mention. 1703. Jameson learned his trade of his future father-in-law.. in consideration of /15. 1-8. who signs a quit claim March 30." duly paid. etc.md March 8. Widow Mary Carter deeds to William Jamison i acre of land in Charlestown. Jameson had certain transactions in real estate which are recorded. at Moulton or less. 1709. dwelling-house and shop with land. Inventory. Elizabeth (Price) Edmunds. 1-8: to daughter Sarah. 1707. 1700 Edward Wilson sells to William Jameson Tailor and Samuel Phipps "This 1-8 of the Charlestown jointly 1-8 Grist Mill. Joseph.. with others.Mass. more or less.'" Mill was sold April 14. of certain l. which is to be personal effects. in 17 14 was married in England.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. known as "Charlestown Mill. 1697-8. Mass. of Salem.'' "Jan 12. It appears that Mrs.. 169S Joel Madiver sold to William Jameson. a half of all his real estate and To Thomas Ferrand 1-4 of the other half less ^8. Jane 30. £2 each. Charlestown. in 1718. " a single woman of Boston. received a grant of 100 acres of This doubtland adjoining Staniford in 16S0 and adjoining also the land of Wallis. born March 23. Matthew Price. 17 14. son of Michael and Rebecca . was located. of Charlestown. Mass. It is quite probable that Mr. Mass. 6." and "May 10. Jameson's father." "April 4. Mr. who.iiTPurrington.' his wife. 1656. sell 1-8 part of 28i acres. 1684 Lawrence Hammond deeds slip of land to William Jamison of Charlestown. means By his will this according -to some. his and gives to him a double portion. Tailor of Charlestown. "Sept. ^150. i . more He sells an acre.which was probated May 9.'" — " May 4. £. to his sister Sarah Jameson. Tailor of Charlestown. 29. Point. etc. f. . and a younger brother. makes his son. j{." "Oct. "Frozen over " and others. lot in Salem. deeds the 5-8." March 22. York county. Mass. her share of 1-8 part. Mrs. 4. House : . John Jameson. wharf. Popooduck. where Mr. 1713-14 William Jamison Tailor of Charlestown and Mary Jamison his wife deed land to Henry Phillips.irah. 1713-14." "Feb. . " William Jameson and wife Sarah sell to Jonathan Tufts of Newport land in Charlestown Mass.. Jameson had a sister. James Low^den sells to William Jamison i acre at Ward's Point. "Burial Place. three children of John Jameson and one child of Benjair. /. £10. 1694 John Roy and wife Eliz. equally divided among his four grandchildren. in 1668." William Jameson and S. also land and wharf. He bequeaths to his beloved wife Mary /15.ibeth deed land to William Jamison. Jameson's children were all of the first marriage. 1709 by William and wife Sarah Jameson to John Webb. and later. twenty pounds -'acknowRecorded in y'' County Midd-'' Ded' 23. In Casco Bay. to son-in-law Benjamin Purrington.20.. sole executor House. Tailor.xt adjoining land of Thomas Staniford. Jameson made a will dated Jan. to Richard Boylston Jan. 4-8 to son-in-law Thomas Farland was bequeathed as follows and to rand." ledged March 22. 1705. He gives to Benjamin Purrington John Jameson to pay 1-4 of the half and to Sarah and Elizabeth Jameson 1-4 each. and on the south side thereof are the lands of John Wallis known as " Popodock Point" with houses. /. 52 poles.." To his son John. 100 acres of land more or less in Falmouth. Mr. 1696. Jameson's land in Falmouth. 16S3 Lawrence Hammond sells to William Jamison. John Jameson having purchased of his sister Elizabeth. Mrs. 1694. 112 acres. fences. 1-8... 1714. ^337. North of land of Jonathan Bunker's heirs.Madiver. -8 daughter Elizabeth. 28. Later. ne. Me. Mass. (^20).

. 44^. for^43. Ireland. I-.-. being the whole of a hundred Acres of land whicli my Hon. for . Records of Boston. born about 1675 '" t'le county of Edinburgh. \\t-p. Benj. the above seven-eighths of the one hundred acres to John Smith. tailor. No. Register of Deeds Office. ." This transaction was duly completed July 30. of Boston. bouglit of Joell Medever of Beverly in y<" county of Esse. A\v/: T///. II There is a coincidence of some interest in the foliowing fact. B. /. SS/O. knew nothing of the then late William Jameson. 4-.c. 1698. Vol. at a cost of ^58. Booh IX. in the port of Boston. Savage's Genealogies." at his decease. Mass.: I\v/. so that at last this undivided tract of land of 100 acres which Joel Madiver sold to William Jameson.. . f. merchant. from the Province of Ulster. 1718. U. April i. for in the Records of Boston is found the following: "Joseph Uran & Sarah Jamison were married April 5. XX VI11. p. p. of Charlestown. that another William Jameson. T. became. by Mr. ^^:\^S4. //..-Xri. Bennett of Gloucester. Vol.:. Memoranda. in Falmouth. Province of Massachusetts Bay.— Vorh Vol. Miss Jameson received by her father's will one fourth of one half of his estate.r. Aug./Av'< Probate 0/ti\'c. for we find she makes sale. Mass. and he established his home not far from the location of this hundred acres of land at that very time held in the Jameson name. jSq: Peel. to Anthony Bennett of Gloucester. Past Oiwi-ndre. Scotland. 'rO^-rby. and a little later. Miss Jameson was unmarried at the time she sold her real estate in Falmouth to Mr.xings. called Purpoodock Point. to this same John Smith.i.. 15s.i^2.a:.\ty-two acres & a halfe. of seven eighths of the 100 acres in Falmouth. 1718. it is y^' five parts of eight. East Caml'riJ:.^20.y^:. I\Iarch 22. for " y'' sum of Thirteen pounds curra' money of New England " ' si. 1722. 17.' — JjS. The Records of Charlestown./'. or was this bride some other Sarah Jameson . be it more or be it less. the property of John Smith. March 7. S37 Printed Records of the Scots' Charitable Society. situate in Purpoodock Point. Mass. of Boston. daughter of William [18] and Sarah (Price) Jameson. . los. late of Charlestown. 1722. from the north of Ireland. Me../•/. Me. Mr. 4. IVills. son of William Jameson. sailed for the coast of Maine and landed in Falmouth. 1722.I/.'"</ 'Estates if C/iai/atiiai. .-. W"' Jameson.. She resided in Boston. Esse. Eook IX. /.^iitcr. merchant. was born June 28. April 17./. Deeds. About four years later she purchased of her brother. or that his Iieirs owned land in the vicinity. Colman.//. 1721./X. Sj.-. Polio 60. which made her owner of an undivided one eighth of the 100 acres of land "in }' Township of ffalmouth in y^^ county of York. Mass. and April 17.2.. 6ig: I'ook X/r. arrived from over ^the seas. dec<^. <.f/: ^S.. Mass.-:. where he settled and became the ancestor of the Jamesons in Maine. ffather.v/: XII. '16. this William Jameson. Jlass. 22. R. in Charlestown.THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. From anything which appears. Rezistrv of IJeea'. pp. 5s. ffi. C..!. 240: Book XI. ownership of land in the same vicinity about the same period has led sometimes to the wrong conclusion that they were one and the same person. 1722. 1684. Alfred. 240. Benjamin Purrington makes sale of the remaining one eighth of these 100 acres for £6. Sarah' Jameson (JVH/iam^)./ /. Bennett sells for ^52. John Jameson. Massachusetts Bay.'' May we conclude that she sold her real estate to provide for her wedding dress and ti. She must have purchased also the one-eighth share of one of her sisters. . with a few others.' References. 6'. Bearing the same name.. /70. 127. Massachusetts Bay.v.K Co. Whether she remained single is somewhat in doubt. no. 15s.. but he and his party dropped anchor in Casco Bay. References. Mass. 'Pile A'o.Maiuc //. Falmouth. Pres".

spinster. daughter 15.. m. istry Elizabeth'- Jameson ( No. 68. daughter of Samuel and Eunice (Brooks) Carter.o the widow. Pastor of a iMr. 1716. Elihu Freniice. Mass. They resided in Boston. I. Feb. 1710. as there were several of the name . Pastor of a church Abigail Carter were married y« in Boston. Mass. p. and (3) Abigail. problem. i-]o^. or some other Abigail Carter. Mass. "John Hayden Estate. Memoranda. Vol. Clements Dane. and whether John Jameson made one of these. d. notary public of London. 17^!. Oct. 2. March 9. and in Stonington. England.xecutor of heir to one half of his estate. RegRecords of Stonini^toh. She married in the parish of St. May iS. R. Nov.Mrs." 5''' of May 1709 by y^' Revd Cotton June Margaret. Jan. b. born 30. 1713. 1740. — SSib. viz. Mass. Jameson with other "heirs of the late William Jameson of Charlestown conHe sells. died Oct.: (i) Abigail. "sixty-two and a half acres of land in Falmouth church.12 THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. She died in infancy. Records of Boston. in Charlestown." county of York for ^£13. 17S9. Mass. of Deeds. 1719." . May 27. of parish of St. daughter of Timothy and Anna (Fiske) Carter. 17 14. 27. where they resided. jS6. b. but is as yet an unsolved. born . However. 13. 1713. Stepney. /('//« Hayden. a wharf to William Sheaf Ferryman. Dunstans. 1711 m.g. ij^S. East Caml<ridge. Mrs. S. i>amud Clark. daughter of John. pr me Joseph Fish. there is little doubt that she was a descendant of the Rev. 23. 20. 23. I747-" " This may certifie that Mr. Memoranda. 1790. Book XVI. Aug. Oct. Oct. liis father's John Jamison & Mather. 3. 1748. IJ'tV/iaw^). Dorothy Pendleton of Westerly we're joined together "in marriage on Dec. . Oct. Sarah Jameson. March 9. . in (Price) Jameson. d. Register's Office. 24. Nov. William Jamison. 21. 17SS. 20. June 21. and Elizabeth in church of St.Mrs. 1711. York Deeds. . 3. Margaret [29]. Content. 173^ Jdnies Btindv. Mary [28]. and wife before William Kempton. .March iS. XXIV. pp. Jameson married Dec. by paying £\lX. File No.Abigail. 1792. 1689. 8. Abigail died March 27. Content [30].."' H. of William [iS] and Sarah Charlestown. References. 1.^Al'iga!/ Caitcr. b. Sarah [27]. son. Jr. Sarah. . Folio 2_:. East Cambridge. born March (2) Abigail. 76. first minister of Woburn. Jo/ni Benjamin. Boot IX. b. b. Abigail Jameson died March 27. 1714. He was made sole e. 1710. b. 1769. 1719.. ". Abigail [26]. vey by deed. Mrs. 1718-19. June 10. by Thomas Lewis.. has been a much considered. Mass. May tS. 1719.. b. 1747.Aug. ( Conn. gave . will " Jameson by and trade was a tailor. 23. Thomas Carter. was born Oct. Mr. Will.:/^4'''?7 CVz?-/^r born about the same time. May 15. Conn. July 9. m. son of William [iS] and Sarah (Price) JameJollll' JailieSOIl He married May 5. 3. Jemmerson of same. Stepney." 1718. Jameson's birth and parentage are not ascertained. Mary. J. 16S6. Alfred. John Jamison of Stonington & Mrs. He was born Feb. No. to his sister. ni. 1714.. Mass.Mr. baclielor. his bride. married Dunstans. was born Nov. and Ruth (Burnham) Carter May 30. 10. 1716. Me. Probate Office. b.' Dorothy Pendleton of ^^esterly. S. 1748. WHHam^).

iHU.. Jameson. iS. Folio bo: Records of Boston. 1743. They resided in Boston. 1736.Amitia Fo^oler. 25.tm. 1735. 1747. in Boston. Oct. wife Mary inherited one fourth of one half of her father's estate. Zerviah Scriplni-e. York Co. b. to John Smith. \\\. 176S. Me. Mr. John. b.— J'^r. "^ . Mass. 1743. Nov. Me. THE children WERE William. They also inherited land of her aunt. b. 6.. lib. Mass.WHHam^).. . which they sold for ^6. 6. Conn. References. merchant of Boston. June 9. 1788.'\pril 3. 10. which they sold April 28. Me. and thus came into possession of one eighth part of the 100 acres on Purpoodock Point.? XVII. References. SS. prior to 1714. She married Benjamin Piirrington./F////(7ot\). 1711.3 THE JAMESONS power to IN MASSACHUSETTS.. 173S. p. 31. in Preston. May May 23. Mrs. 1767.. Me.— IJyma. in Charlestown. July 26. Sarah yohnson. b. Sept 6. 20. daughter of John [23] and Abigail (Carter) Jameson. THE CHILDREN WERE: A Child. b. . 8. Abigail..rs Gtnealogies of Charlesto-. b. b. daughter of John [23] and Abigail (Carter) Jameson. 1787. She married Nov. No. Ei. Mary. in Falmouth. : Aug. H. Mass. was born Oct... 1764. 1739. 7. when they removed to Walpole. Register's Office. Mercy Green. Mary. 1690. jNIrs. March 17. to 1 John and Abraham Dessonne of Boston receive share of her father William's estate. Augustni. 5s. m. p. N. Alfred.'^ Hannah m. 17 14. James Buudy. 8. Ithiel Hoadly. Elihii Prentice. b. Nathan. b. 1745. 1750. Joseph. Oct. Nathaniel. XXIV. Falmouth. Mass.V WERE James. They resided in Preston. 1738. b. York Co. b. Conn. Conn. . m. Memoranda. Isaac. . and in Gloucester. b.. 4SS. Mass. Oct. Vol. References. was born March 13. Asahel. She married He was born 15. Sarah^ameSOn ( y^/"'. 17 10. m. Dec. —Records of Preston. 1772.. 1735. Book XI. her mother's only sister. Mr. April 17. deceased. Vol. 1741. Conn.Jameson (ff^^'''/'"''"^). Elizabeth (Price) Edwards. b. in Boston. Vol. Mass. 1716. : Sept.. p. Abigail^ Jameson {John. Sarah. son of James and Mary Bundy. 1767. Province of Massachusetts Ba)'. daughter of Willlam [18] and Sarah (Price) Jameson. m.. 1722. was born May iS. April 5. Bundy died April 12. 3. \TJO. I.Esther Easlman. Records of Canterbury. 1745. where they resided until 1762. 1740 m. March 29. Purrington and Records.. 1747. May THE CHILDRE. b. 24. 17 15. Bundy died Nov. Deeds.

eldest son of David and Lucy (Park) Benjamin. 5. Peter. b. History of Wal- No. Sept./ Benjamin. 1714. David Bexj. He died in childhood. 19. in 1662. a grandson of Governor John Endicott. 1725. She was born June 14. b." Conn. 1S48. b. b. 1753. . b. . She married Jan. 1716. 1744. 1719. Jeminia. John Lothrop Motley. Aug. Records of Preston. March 9. 1S03. in Preston. lost at sea June. 3. viz. 27. .mix. 1754. Mary. 1740. June 23. April. A'. 1S13 1S09. Mass. 3. H. b. 1743. : Margaret. Aug.. Benjamin died 1777. 1S04. b. 1802 d. b.. Benjamin married THE CHILDREN WERE John. 31. Jan. . 1751. 1S04. Bundy's father. 1722. Anne Killam was a daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Rose) Killam. Joseph Stackpole. 21S. 1848. Hannah.. mniam'). Nathan Wheeler. Oct. b. daughter of Zebulon and Anne (Killam) Park. Mrs. 1717 Eunice. S. ^Louise Palmer of Stonington. France. Conn. Memoranda. Mass. 12. 1770. '2tg. in Stonington. Lucy Park. b. . son of John and Martha Bundy. Conn. b. Mary Brovver Western d. Conn. Mary Judilh Gall oi the Isle of Barbadoes. Margaret Benjamin died Oct. April 7. 31. Louisa. m. and was a member of the church which was organized in 1767. 1664. Mr. b. 1739. m. Mrs. b. Memoranda. Park. He was army. of Boston Taunton. 29. in 1762. held some town office in 1764. and grandson He married. 29. 1745. b. m. Aug. She died in girlhood. in Paris. where they resided. A. 171 Deborah. b. y'^ "James Bundy Ju" and Sarah Jamison were married May KEFEKENCES. b. . Feb.1806. 28. Daniel. Nov.\i. 1714. Oct. 1769. . April 30. Be. 25. Nathaniel Eels There were of the second marriage two children. was born June 21. 31. 1769.. killed in the 20. H..—/?econfs of pole. 19. his family.: of Stonington. 1724. of John and Margaret (Jameson) Benjamin. Margaret^ Jameson {John-. N.min. Aug. 22. son of John and M. b. I So I. m. 1741. 1721. b. irHliain Christopher. b. d. 14 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Sara/i.March 16. He was born Oct. April 11. Capt. 13. April. Bcnjainan Henry. Susan Margaret. daughter of John [23] and Abigail (Carter) Jameson. Conn. -Zw<i' Nov. Walpole. 1S24. 14. . . 20. 1735. May 7. 15. May i. to 1 . They resided in Demerara.irgaret (Jameson) Benjamin. 1749. 1824. son of John and Phebe (Larrabee) Benjamin. John Bundy. Samuel Killam was a son of Samuel and Grace (Endicott) Killam and Grace Endicott was a daughter of Zerrubabel Endicott. David. He purchased one hundred acres ot" land. British Guiana. pp. Mr.. Conn. 1864 m. Ragel. Isaac. Park Benja. d. who became the mother of all his children. Dec.\big. 9. b. Oct. Aug. d. Bundy's brothers and sisters were: in 1649.njamin and Margaret Jameson were married by Rev. Nov.April. March 23. Bundv removed with April 15. 1766 '^Esther \Vitoxiiin. Mr. Isaac. Mary Elizabeth. 1874. Benjamin died June. 25. Mr.. March 7. married for his second wife. 1777 . was born Sept. was born Oct. Dec. in His grandfather.a. 2. Park. Stoniiigloii. b. Jan. John. Their children were: Park.71?//. and of Taunton. Mr. 1S17 d. 25. Nov. b. 1779. John. 1726.m.ml. was of Plymouth in 1636. April 15.

Esq. he Mrs. of noble family. Mr. which a year later was transferred to New York and the name changed to The American Monthly Magazine. Lord North. owned two large sugar plantations there. Park Benjamin. and was eminently popular and successful. and lecturer. and in 1825. These papers were short-lived. Mrs. 1826. His shorter poems have never been collected. But having a great fondness for literature ne abandoned the practice of law and entered upon a career of journalism. In 1840 he became associated with Rufus W.. 14. and later The American Mail. Grisv/old. 1900. where he remained two years and then entered Trinity College." tions are " Infatuation. liis fatlier. was born Her marriage took place in Glen Cove. and she now. Capt. Benjamin was a large man physically and of an impressive personality. In 1846 he published The Western Continent. poet. in establishing Tlie Nciv J 'orker. Mr. Conn.. resides in New York city." Among his longer metrical composiPetrel. Mr. a promi- . and Mr. Subsequently he pursued a course in the law school in Cambridge. Md. 1797. During all this period of journalism he was a frequent contributor in prose and verse to the periodicals of the day.'" She was a native of the Island of Barbadoes.THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 1S64.." and "Press On. Island. a Satire. in Demerara. which occurred Sept. Conn. and "The Old Se. Henry Menibery Western. He was married in 184S." " The Stormy " The Nautilus.. He continued to reside in New York city until his death. making one of these passages in 1824. 28. S. Y. supported by two crutches. But as a writer. Some of his best known poems are " Consolation. and Hannah (Romaine) Western. soon lost at sea on his brig." and "Poetry. was after removed to Norwich. and he was in much demand as a lecturer. journalist and poet of New York city.. and made frequent voyages on his own was ships between Guiana and Connecticut. Mass. He became associated in editorial work with Hon. Long Jan. He was born Aug. was born Dec. of English parentage.xton " and others were set to music. His burial was in Greenwood cemetery. in New York city. and his death was universally lamented. at the age of sixteen years. In 1835 he became connected with the New England Magazine. and subsequently devoted himself almost entirely to lecturing. with her children. Benjamin. and in Boston.vja-MI connection with the newspaper press. and was admitted to the Bar in 1S33. When he lectured he sat in a chair. 107 West 45th street. Benjamin pursued his preparatory studies in New Haven. Horace Greeley. Conn. in Hartford. was a great grandson of Johnand Margaret (Jameson) Benjamin. her father. Benjamin. which for five years was conducted with great success. he had a world-wide reputation.. Mass. entered Harvard College. now Georgetown. " The Falcon. Benjamin ended his Park Be. in Baltimore. 12.. daughter of Henry M. but terminated his connection with the magazine in 1838. 1S09. N. When a child he met with an accident which so disabled him for life that he walked with difiiculty and pain." These w^ere published in pamphlet form. His poems were very popular. and later edited the Brother Jonathan. and a relative of the British prime minister. Benjamin in 1S37 removed to New York city. at No. Parl< Benjamin." " The Departed. Britisli Guiana. Esq. from which he graduated in 1S29 with high honors. A. a Satire. 6.

6. Y. 26. Walter R. George Hillard Benjamin. b. daughter of General. 8. 1 1 East 73d street. 1899. b. Reed. H. She was born Jan. (Western) Benjamin. He They a younger sister of the poet. 1801. Rosalie de Villers. -Grace Tremaine. Annie Engel Rogers. Benjamin. I. 20. the poet. Esq. Mary Elizabeth Benjamin. 19. Benjamin torian of the Empire State Society olution. was born Dec. for three years and then devoted himself to journalism. Henry Rogers. was married Nov. She ter of Thomas Reed of Boston. 25. and for eleven years after 1876 with the A'cii' York Sun. 9. daugh24. He was born April 1814. daughter of reside at No. and private collectors. Hannah (Romaine) Wesnent lawyer of New York. established The Collector. No. He wrote for many other papers. Mary. which he still continues to publish. New York city. married John Lothrop LL. L. 1885. Jan. The Saratoi^a Sun. 25. N. having rescued from oblivion in all parts of the country. son of Park and Maryi B. ^7'"''^ Mitlen Seymour. Walter Reed. He married Oct. 1899. peculiar business he has built up and thus done a great service to American history. 1853. was born Aug. 5. Esq. in Dorchester. Benjamin married June 14. 1125 Broadway. C. M. D. and in 1S97 and 1898 he was the hisof the Society of the Sons of the American Revseveral historical essays upon the Revolutionary He has an office in the Townhave published. H. . 1897. Y. Sept. I. in New York city. 1889. . 1852. Benjamin married Nov. July iS. They reside at No. families of Manhattan Island. 1898. 1900. born Aug. Benjamin was a student in Phillips Academy. in Guilford. In 1887 he especially the humorous ones. This ness of collecting autograph letters. May 5. Mr. Mass. 113 West 57th street. i%?. Conn. was born Dec. b. son of Park Benjamin. and As a studied for two years in the universities of Berlin and Gottingen. Mrs. 46 East 74th street. the poet. and furnished them to libraries. 1859.. Schenectady. her mother. was a member of the Republican County Committee of New York.Rachele Maria Carolina Toussaint de Saint Seit^ne. tern. D. born Feb. '^Caroline A. historical societies. was born Sept. New York City. They died Oct. Motley. in 1897. 4. graduated in 1874 from Union College. 1861. and died July 6. 14. N. Andover. 1S97. in 1877. 1854. iS/S.. children are: Frances Ford. in connection with his busi- Walter Romeyn Benjamin. b. reside at No. graduated in 1831 from Harvard University.. The the youngest son of Park Benjamin. b. 1885. 1875. and died June 21. He was connected with T/ie Schenectady Daily l/nion. After leaving Berlin he traveled in Italy student he was intimate with Bismarck. an American novelist and historian. Germany. He married April 29. 15. m. valuable letters and documents written by distinguished men. Charles V. Rogers. who Mr. Page. 1886.. He has written and read times before this society which they send building. The Dec. and granddaughter of Sampson Reed. 1893. Italy. Mr. William Evarts Benjamin. a monthly historical magazine. and belonged to one of the oldest Dutch She died in 1S60. New York City. Mass.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1S76. children are: Beatrice May. the Baron Ottaviano de Saint Seigne of Florence. and in the Union School. Mr. 1875.. 17. New York city. and received the He studied law degree of A. leaving a son.

1S65. He was one of the original contributors to the Sir WiLLiAJi P. eldest daughter. Motley's pictures ot characters. a Romance of the MassaThe latter was very popular." followed later.Moses Brown Ivi s. I. resigned in 1867. P.) By permission of London Stereoscopic Co. which English historian." with It has been equal success. Eng. (Cofyr. pronounced complete as industry and This genius can make it. In iS56his "Rise of the Dutch chusetts Colony. In 1S41 he became the Secretary of the Legation at St. near Dorchester. admitted to the bar historical articles in IN MASSACHUSETTS.. and in 1892. He was appointed Solicitor General in 1S73-1S74. in 1861 he was appointed the LTnited States minister to Austri. Trinity College. eleven years later... D. 1S76. Mrs. U.. O. He entered Parliament in 18S5 for Derby. In 1866 he was appointed the (Queen's Counsel.'cchequer in 1S86. and was but having a preference for literature. Elizabeth Cabot AIotley. England. attlie tracted great attention. Lieut. London. and in 1869 he went as United States minister to England. Thomas Poynton Ives. and he died ." work. Esq. French. •' Merry Mount. "The Life and Death of John of Barneveldt. in England. and breathe in general a spirit of justice and truth. Then erlancls. M. and was reappointed to the same office in 1892. Dutch. Cambridge. complete and social states are and vivid. and wrote a historical romance entitled •• Morton's Hope. 1865. N. but was recalled the following year. and entered upon the practice of his profession. married Dec. son of . was born Oct. LL. 1S27. and a knight-bachelor in 1S73. He was a member of the Royal Commission to amend the neutrality antl naturalization laws.M LoTHROP Motley.May 29. C. JOH. 1837. . He held the office of Chancellor of the E. "as Froude.. tinction from .£ht. In the midst of his valuable public service and historical writings his health failed. his return to Boston he studied law.S. 1869 Professor of Internation. He studied law. "The Histoiy of tlie United Netliand in 1S74. events. Sir William Vernon Harcourt. Lieutenant Ives died Nov. He was returned in 186S to the House of Commons in the Liberal interest for the city of Oxford. of Providence. 17. 2. 19. and was translated into German. He graduated with high dis14. 877.'' He was honored with important public positions. Petersburg. R.'' to the Republic" appeared. and elected in.THE JAMESON'S and other parts of southern Europe. in less than a month after their marriage.i.Mr." and a second. he contributed On Xorth Aiiurican Rcviexo. Mr. truly said that " Mr. and Danish. who was a member of the British Parliament. in Vienna. in three volumes. Motley's George Granville Venables Vernon Harcourt. C. . was admitted to the bar in 1S54.al Lhw at Cambridge. Ives. married Oct.

THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. and is the distinguished author of various political pamphlets and papers on International Law published in the London Times. {CofyrigM. The latter with additions have been reprinted in a valuable volume. Lcndon. signed HiSTOKicus.) )ei mission of Elliott & Fry. . Snti/rday Review. William \'erxon Hakcoukt.

in Voluntown. 1714 m. res. Agnes Di. . No. Edinburgshire or County of Midlothian. p. His power of sarcasm equals that of Mr. 174S. when they set sail for America. at Strawberry Hill. 1726. 31. sity of Literatinc. b. After their arrival. Uunrr141: r. Si. daughter of Lady Therese Lewis. Latham Clark. He . London. son of William Jameson. 25. Jo/nuivi's Uni- versal Cv'clof:<dia. ^-Mrs. X'/L Jaiiu-scvrs D„l. S. Hannah [38]. Chamberlain. Aug. b. j'f. in Voluntown. 17S6. m. 329- By permission of A.) Cliad Brown . Conn. 1710. 16. m. Nov. and spent their honeymoon at the residence of Sir William's aunt. Ireland. in Voluntown. in Plainfield. Gladstone as a quick and speaker in debate. She was born in Omagh.oriai.THE JAMESONS William Vernon Harcourt ranks next to Sir resourceful IN MASSACHUSETTS. Elizabeth Cabot (Motley) fves.Mci. THE CHILDRE. Elisha Chesehrongli. they remained in Boston. Mareli 4. iSqg. Robert [36]. {Copyrigtit. ^2S. Conn. Voli-X.-.\i)eth [37]. IV. Jjsepli Parlts. Tlie On/loot for pp. ancl then settled in Milton. . [35]. William Mary Sarah Joan [32]. County of Tyrone.-sal KiHn. ProvBut ince of Massachusetts. and widow of Lieut.Vot. . and Dec. Sir William \'ernon Hakcolirt.lc. 17 18. 1706. John JillllBSOn. May 27. Province 1705 Rosanna Inoin. He married ' Theresc Lewis. was born about 1680. — pp. 11. res. where Mr. a short time. U.. band. 4. res. Conn. 1747. =. Feb. of United States Histoiv. where they resided until 171S. Thomas Poynton Ives. unm [34]. b. So. Aug. m. 170S. pp.xson d. 1742. 310.V. May 29. N. in Westminster Abbey. [33]. b. Scotland. Conn. Esther [39]. b. but is usually relieved by a dash of humor or a vein of wit. I'ol. . 1739. They were married in the chapel of Henry the VIII.. in 1727. 'I'homas Clark. 174S. pp.N WERE: of Ulster. Conn. 2^S: I W. Bassano.. 1876. Joseph York. 2. m. b. died in early life. 1735. Six Tlwiisaud Yi-ars pf N. Dec. in the spring of 1726 they removed to Voluntown. May i. near He married in Leith. p. Referen'Cks. Jameson died prior to her husson died in the early spring of 1734. Eliz.J.-. m. Oct. IX. Lihrarv<^fl-nivc. May 19. res. Mass. 44Q-4^i.s/ory. Lady Waldigrave. 25. eldest daughter of Hon. qiS.o„arv p. 24. /. I W.i~'c. JameMrs. 4S2. 1712. John beth Lothrop and Maiy Eliza(Benjamin) Motley.

The date of Mrs. Jameson's estate amounted to . and Accordingly. The next year their oldest son died. Mr. received . iMit. William Jameson.iughter.. who appear in a subsequent chapter of this volume. in various tracts. Conn. Mrs. son to escape from these unhappy conditions. and thus idenlified with the so-called Covenanters ot" William Jamethat period. some of whom still reside in Warwick and vicinity. Robert and Henry. sold to '-John Jemason residing in iMilton. where they and their parents lived. 4.me. John Ja. Conn. Jameson's death is unknown. when grown Robert. 23. seven surviving children shared equally the o each of the six daughters received /. Me. Mass. and after a hard winter Mr.20 THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. personal property. Mr. where they landed . WiLLiA. a personal friend and a prominent townsman. gathered together hand-looms and other property. son. William. tion.. 1734..meson. with his wife and seven They found quite a number of children. Scotch-Irish settlers already there. and sought a place for settlement along the coast of Maine. where for three liundred years his ancestors of the name had lived. and he died prior to April 23. and landed in Philadelphia. Province of Ulster. but Henry was doubtless the same Henry Jameson who in 1724 purchased a thousand acres of land. emigrated to America in 170S. now Portland. but her husband survived her. Pa. and many of them united with the church. on the very lands which Henry Jameson bought in 1724. may have remained in Boston for the winter. containing one hundred and forty-two acres of land. The following spring of 1726.ay. N. and to Charles In the distribution the Campbell. Conn. was a vigorous Presbyterian and a strong supporter of the Covenant. was a small boy of about five years.'" for ^20. removed to his farm in Voluntown. in Bucks Co. 171S. What to manhood. Henry.£345. and these two brothers. and with their families. the fourth lot.A. incomp. Jameson gave birlh to her youngest child shorlly after their seltlement in their new home. and letters of administration were granted April 23. Memoranda. Pa.\Iilton. at the time his father with his family removed into Ireland. Province of New England. made up his mind to leave the land of his birth. Sarah Jameson. Jameson. their parents probably being dead. with thirteen other sturdy Scotch-Irish immigrants. the only son. 1725. The most of his party returned toward Boston. cariied on the manufacture of linen in Omagh. became of Robert is unknown. He was also entrusted with public duties.sons i. as in the old country. 1728. The cold season overtaking them. But in 171S there was a great tide of emigration to America. John Jameson. they dropped anchor in Casco B. Jameson when a young man learned the trade of a linen weaver. sailed up the Merrimack river as far as Haverhill.. one of the proprietors of the new^ town of Voluntown. Jameson and a few of the party decided to settle on the mainland called Falmouth. where for a few years he doubtless plied his trade of linen manufacture by spinning wheel and hand-loom. whose history now especially concerns us. 2 I —— real estate.n Maine. closed their linen business in Omagh. Mass. later in the autumn sailed to the eastward. twelfth tier. who had encountered the strong prejudices of the But soon Connecticut yankees against this increasing element of their population. He had three brothers older than himself whose names were The two older ones.. organized in 1721. But it appears that under date of Oct..xt older brother. and for some years. and Robert. Mass. but soon he had established his home in . wlio suffered severe persecutions under King James II. about the year 1685. to the second d. probably in company with his ne. H. shipped for William JameBoston. and passed over into the North of Ireland and settled in Omagh.M Ja. Mr. Jameson. and William. County of Tyrone.iny with a small party. and became the first settlers of Nutfield.ug. afterwards called Londonderry. 25. Robert Lord of Fairfield. while of the 4. 1734. William and John Jameson.. were admitted inhabitants of the town. these prejudices had so far abated that on Dec. which shows the respect in which he was held. he took his wife and children.meson became the great ancestor of The Ja. in company with many others of a like determinaseek a new home. Mr. Jameson's fatlier. Meanwhile they were both married and had children growing up about them. and became the ancestor of numerous descendants.

April 7. He married Agnes Di. d.. b. b. b. Robert Di. 19. on the old firm where Mr. . She was born in 1723. 1714. George Cordon. and highly esteemed for his uprightness and business ability. unm. 1S40. Dec. b. iSoS. nowdeceased. 17S2." Isaac Gallup was ordered to take and have secured all said Jameson's estate for the use of the town in settling the debt for which he was imprisoned. which were in a depressed condition. Aug.. Province of Ulster. Mr. Here the newly-married young people commenced life together. Samuel [47]. who settled ia Voluntown. the oldest not twenty-one aiid the youngest less than a year old. d..meson was . July S. .Aug. He was chosen grand juryman. 1766. in Salem. joz-joi'. No. He died in early life. Mr. 17S6. In 1771 a committe was appointed -'to go to Windham in term of the Superior Court.Jame. "1757 unm.xson. 300. was held responsible. . 1764 m. July 3. when three years old. d. for which the town treasurer. Feb. . 1775. May 2^. He married Nov. 29^ 1761 m. Jameson died Sept. Elizabeth Stewart. ni. in Omagh. but in no wise at . and for several years held the then important office of pound-keeper. and a lad of only eleven years when the)' removed to \'olunt'jwn. May 5. /. unm. . . April m.\. 1751 26. Jan. and to him was entrusted the administration of the public finances. Dec. Pa. had spent their last days. m. Jameson was arrested and confined in Windham jail. Presbyterian true blue. April 23. 24. William Ktcd: d. 25. Mauy [41 1. Coiui. 12^2. Jan. 6. Agnes [51]. 1763. where Mr. Dec. He has been characterized as a man of strong will and prejudices he was one who never yielded until convinced of error. Sept. They now had a group of thirteen children. 25. 1S04.\ [40]. Ireland. 7 lie IJaivcy Book. 176S. Memoranda. son of John [31] and Rosanna (Irwin) Jamewas born Dec. 27. Elislia Harvey. prior to 1S05. d. 84^. Luzerne Co. . //. Pa. . and placed under the guardianship of Charles Campbell and Joseph Parke. 1752 . daughter of Robert Di. Vol. and removed in the autumn of 1776 to Hanover.— /W///V History of Wyoming Valhy. Conn.xson. b. Kekerences.'' 12.. March 1:5. 10. March 12. Twenty years p.xander [50]. when by no fault of his •the financial affairs of the town were greatly embarrassed a heavy debt accrued to the government.u! Aldcn unm. He died in eaiiv life. 177S. /. d.meson was a man of affairs in the town. Mr.isscd in industry and a happy home life. 1S59. d.•\NNE [42]. Ja. b. p. Pa. History of Wiitdhnin Co. Mr. Ireland. John Alden. 1S34. 5. ." Having no funds to meet this demand. 17. June 17. RoBERE [44]. 17S4. June 10. d.Nov. . 5i3~3ig.America. They resided in Voluntown. Oct. and get the best advice concerning a trouble for which Robert Jameson is now confined in jail. April 25. IlEN. 36.lAMiN [52]. prior to 1S05. 1796. Jameson's parents. 2 1 Four of the children were minors. Mr. —o — ' ' He was of thai stubborn crew. 1760. p}. d. Mr.SOIl {John^). d. Joseph [49].. 24. 1776. . Robert Jameson. b.^ 175S. 15. Vol. 1753. THE CHILUKEN WERE: J(JH. b. Ale. 17S7. 1790. 1S54. May i. Conn. Jameson died. . Jameson was chosen town treasurer. m. d. . not four years old when his p irents arrived in . Robert. 19. 177S.13. b. Agnes Dixson. Mrs. 1749. Jameson had the confidence of his fellowtownsmen. . b. 1755. b.. '24. Conn. J. b. in 1748. RosAN-NA [46].THE JAMESONS ^23 IN MASSACHUSETTS. . iSiS. . with her father. Elizvueth [45]. 17. Sept. 17S6. who came to America in 1726. b.. William [43]. Who pro^Md their doctrine Orthodox By apostolic blows and knocks. 14.Ah'g.xson. . Hannah [48]. son. uiim.

one whole right or share in " Purchase of Susquehanna Land Company. except John. had purchased of Robert Dixson. . who had already preceded them. and were numbered among ils most respectable and influential citizens. Among valuable families from Windham Co. after the trials of the last few years. Justice of the Peace.A. and with such luggage as they could take started for the Wyoming valley on the " They took with them a few articles of household furniture and Susquehanna. Anderson Dana and many other honored sons of Connecticut and Windham County had been most barbarously tortured and butchered. the old Presbvterian churcii in Hanover. good for heavenly food As Dyer makes The tide of emigration Sitsqithanna..xander. . remove himself and family as above. for the land of promise. Nathan F. They bade a last farewell to their old home and neighbors in Voluntown. Pa." Mr. who had gone before to prepare a home in the newcountry met them at Lackawaxen and conducted them to their rude dwelling in Hanover township.— THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. did rain doiun manna. Cyius Kinne of Voluntown.Son in the Ami one to the attractive of the conwiittee of's^ Windliain. and drove thirty head of sheep. : town of Voluntown " Windham No. as Where it Wa^n''t half so -we are told. Penn. Mr. jail for fault.\ due for said town. J''. Dixson. and was buried in the graveyard of . Pa...le. The daughters. 4. Jameson soon after his release removed to Wyoming with his sons. and John. The sons walked along side. Conn. Robert. Jameson. were easily pursuaded to take advantage of the current. and during this period three of slain by the Indians." John Jameson.. the eldest. Robert Durkee." who emigrated to Wyoming valley on the Susquehanna. the oldest son. Pa. Mr. when Mr." •'The bearer . Luzerne Co. for nine shillings. ." and soon elTected his liberation. clad in homespun. an agricultural implement or two which they conveyed in a large cart drawn by three yoke of oxen. This imprisonment lasted for two years. Jameson before leaving his Connecticut home had obtained from the authorities the following passport of. and is a friend to the United States of America and has a right to " Sam'l Gray. some years before March ^. when there came to old Windham county appalling "rumors of Indian descent and massacre in Wyomings lovely valley. who gained a permanent home in that beautiful valley. John. into the wilderness. 1776 Mr. Robert Jameson. Robert Jameson. James Gordon was appointed agent to settle with Robert Jameson " now confined in Windham County the colony ta. and Joseph. their homes burned. Robert. Mr. their farms ravaged. who in 1839-1S42 was a United States senator from Rhode Island. weie cruelly He died in the seventy-second year of his age. Jameson in the autumn of 1776. and Mrs." The above Robert Dixson was an ancestor of the Hon. 176S. were those of " Geoige and John Dorrance. The journey was performed in about three tedious weeks. Jameson lived nine or ten years after his removal to Hanover Township." Scarcely had a year and a half elapsed since these Connecticut emigrants had gone lands of the frontier. The charms of the Wyoming were described in verse as follows: " Canaan of old. and so set out with all their sons and daughters. and is now on his j'lurney with his wife and family and family furniture. his sons. traveled afoot. l\Ir. These rumors were but too literallv confirmed. William. Conn. Robert Jameson has been for many years an inhabitant in the County of Newhaven and State of Connecticut. William.^^ being strongly set in that direction. tlieir families taken prisoners or driven out naked and starving .0.. driving the oxen and helping the cart over new and badly opened roads. to remove to the town of Hanover on the Susquehanna river.

Conn. 1726. came with his daughter. Later. Second.— Records of S/oiiiiii^toii. when twenty years of age enlisted July 10. 1775. Hannah JaiUe. 1804. who was in the same company. or later.. son of Elisha and Hannah (Chesebrough) Chesebrough. She died 24 Sept. 15. /S/: Tlie Hitrvey Bool. ried Dec. daughter of John [31] and Rosanna (Irwin) She married May 19. If. Pa. Ireland. William Jameson. and in a vain attempt to gain the woods he was overtaken. and died in 1673. bapt. Conn. 1747. pp. 1620. and went into camp in Roxbury. Pa. j}j. in 1649. Coti'i. 1723. and was slain early in the fight.Militia. and died. a native of Ayrshire. where they resided. Conn. 24th Regiment.'i^ail WUliiiins. 7/. 1752. as a private from Voluntowii. and on the following Oct. Vol. a ^'Covciianter'" who fled from Scotland and settled. Robt. Ireland. who was born in 1594. 1750.: History of Windliam jf. 1778. and was with his company July 3. bapt.. 1667. 177S. J. Pa. was born Nov. Conn.xson until 1800. Anna Stevenson. tomahawked and scalped by his savage foes. Mass. June 15. aged 8( years Her gravestone was erected by her son. He died June 9. was wounded and had the lock of his gun shot ofi". Hannah. Dixson. immigrant. His wife was born in 1598. Conn. 5ig-S34. 177S he was a member of the jth Company. 23 Mrs. in Boston. bapl. biipt. 14. 4/0. Elisha. b.. Island 16. He Chesebrough. 1760. 6. Mrs. Memoranda.^ THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. he joined a detachment of his regiment. his wife being deceased. bapt..SOn (John ^). There is soon to be erected a monument in the town to the memory of the first Mr. bapt. Scotland. in 1801. Oct. was born in Oinagh. Chesebrough w. 17. to America. shortly after her {Ja^^/tf^ death. aged 81 years. His regiment was stationed on Long Sound about two months and then was ordered by Washington to Boston. 1749.is a direct descendant in . Agnes.. Cn^(}-f^) In the old graveyard is found a stone with the following inscription: " Agness Jameson widff 1/ owof Robert and daughter ofCapt. in Salem. Robert Jameson. 543-545- Co. Ke^^r^sces. 1778. England. served until Dec. Elijah. and since it is spelled Dixon. 21. which incorporated. 1755. in the Province of Ulster.\EEZ. 8th Regt. A'. in the battle of Wyoming. Stonington. 14.. Christopher. Nov. Jameson survived lier husband a number of years. AiMOS. Nov. while on his way from the garrison in Wiikesbarre to Hanover to ascertain the condition of things there. Robert Dixson. Aug. Nov. and whose grandfather was Robert Dixson. His older Ijrother. . when near the bridge which crosses Butterwood Creek he was shot by Indians and fell from his horse. 25. Elisha Jameson. 1756. 1666. 411. and was honorably discharged. 174S. It is thought that Capt. The name was spelled Di. 17S1. pp. of Wequequack. the fit'th generation from WilMarliam Chesebrough. 16. '^ THE CHILDREN WERE: Elisha. Jr. 1754. in Co. [44]. but with the assistance of his brother John managed to escape from the battle-field. Jan. Robert Dixson. Alexander Jameson. m. He survived two days and died Oct. 16. in Stonington. 16. and was the first white settler. And in In 1776 he went with his father's family to the Wyoming Valley. Jameson was the daugliter of Capt. Connecticut militia. whose father was John. May 7.

with six panes of oiled paper instead the Dutch fashion. 1753. 1S19. Oct. m. which contained two rooms. Jameson diecl July 8. Tliomas Stanton. Conn. Jameson manied in 1787 -Shubael Bidlock. i.jnnah Hiinlook. Elias B. and he a great-grandson of James York. ' . 1795. Oct. No. Jonic-s Sh-worl d. son of Robert [36] and Agnes (Di. iSdo. 1744. The house was built of hewn logs.p. 6. 1726. Mr. July i. 1753. Aug. John ' Jameson {Robert. April 7. Sept. Luzerne county.\MUEL [53]. \'oluntown. Conn.xson) Jameson. in Hanover. in Stonington.v. d. who settled. Joseph. Hox. 40. They resided in Hanover.\oiils of Sloniiigton. 14. Gershom. 13. Memoranda. in Voluntown. in New London county. She was born Aug. Mr. He was She died. 1759. Qog- Town AWonfs of Stoniii^/oii. Conn. after The windows were small. he selected a tract of land within Hanover township. 17. Pa. Bidlock died prior to ALay.- ILiriYy Book. married Esther Jameson as a second wife. and the same year brought home his bride. 1748. and Thomas Miner.. Pa. Sept. li. son of Capt. daughter of John [31] and Rosanna (Irwin) Jameson. Mary [54]. They resided in Hanover. 1782. son of Thomas and Mary (Brown) Yorl<.24 settlers. Conn. York married May id. This was in 1773. 11. and was considered superior to any of glass. and a half-story loft reached by means of a bidder. Conn. Mrs. Luzerne county. b. 1764. . Hinckley. b. on the Susquehanna river in Pennsylvania. Mk. Luzerne county. '/vVja A/arma. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Pa. March 27. iSiS. 1777 . i&oo. d. 1749. was born June 17.NAH. Hannah [55]. who had resided '^1''. dwelling in the neighborhood. Abigail . ^Hannah Cheaebrough. References. Esther.^ig: Town R. left his native town. H. and erected a comfortable log house. in Voluntown. : Aug. m.^Iden. on the Here he cleared several acres public road leadioL.— 77. His object was to make a On arrival in the Wyoming valley settlement for himself and for his father's family. b. Windham county. the first white settler of Stonington.— r/. Conn. To this abode he welcomed his father's family in 1776. Mr. No.. 16. in 1669. Conn..hike Pcarce.Jameson performed more or less niiliwith her father in Wvoming since 1773. 17. 22. when about twenty. a descendant of William Cliesebrougli. ^/. 1749. 1718. pp. 1761. The fireplace was constructed without jambs. Esther' Jameson C?""/'"^). March 11. where they resided. 29.ert. from Wilkesbane to Nanticoke. Mrs. was born May 29.. Joseph York. Nov. 39. in Stonington. b.s References. H. Pa. Pa. She married Oct. William Cliesebrough. Conn. 21. b.iii //unlock. b. Walter Palmer. s'^. 1S43. 1S03. He married in 1776. He was 25. m. 1756. b. b. Bidlock died June 8. James 1782..Jonal/i. Sept. THE CHILDREN WERE S.i- Hai-vey Book. and Abigail (Fuller) Bidlock.\N.. Roi.e of probate of Stonington district. Memoranda./]g-(?/7 ^A/tv/. : REN \VERE Christopher. born Jan. m.lour years of age. daughter of Major Prince and Mary (Fitch) Alden. Jameso. Conn.Jolm'^). judo. and pushed his w-ay westward as far as the Wyoming valley. in Salem. Conn. 1799.17S0. 1S59.

This company was united with the Connecticut troops and marched to New Jersey to join the army under Washington. after many " hairljreadth 'scapes. 25 present in Flunkett's Battle. Jameson. the descent being J'rhice. while Mr. Jameson.Mr. 1777. 17S2. below where the "Red Tavern"' now stands. and a hired man. where he lingered for several hours. the Indians are sweeping over the valley spreading fire and death in every direction. while returning home from And July 8. but clinging to his saddle. She was a memljer of the first " class meeting formed in Hanover township. tor Wilkesbarre. John Hurlbert. and younger brothers. Mrs. Mr. who carried her son Samuel in her arms. who came. with his youngest brother Benjamin. in Wyomto . in 1777. and we must fiy for our lives. James CofHn. The old men. Jameson's sister. Aldens. in December. and a neighbor. where he was afterward found scalped and tomahawked. of Prince Alden. sisters. William lameson. Pa. near where the canal crosses the road below Carrytown. and his wife. Jameson. pierced He was "We by three balls. On reaching home he found his aged father and mother. She died at the age of forty-two years. But Mr. the thick underwood. and the almost impassable paths. Benjamin Jameson. Jameson returned to look after the farm and household goods. Jameson. Jameson saw Indians in the thicket on his right. near the Nanticoke dam. 14. after the death of her hus. and William is wounded. and was elected lieutenant. sent for his wife." thus met a tragic death at the age of thirty-four years. by the Indians. and children were placed in boats and sent over the Susquehanna river. Luzerne county. band. The families thus escaping the massacre were safely housed in old Hanover. married Mr. Jan. Mr. " Indians I" and immediately fell from his horse dead. with his wife. John?"' shouted his father. now Sunbury. and . Oct. was a lineal descendant of John Alden of the Mayflower. Asa Chapman. was the hurried answer. to the Wyoming valley from Windham . managed her affairs with prudence and economy. Mr. his horse wheeling about at the first firing. Shubael Bidlock. seized their guns and hurried fiom their home to resist the approaching horde of Indians and Tories moving forward with lire and sword to enact the terrible tragedy of the Wyoming Massacre. leaving his rider dead on the ground. He was a man of perseverance and great powers of endurance." THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. Hurlberts.' Joimthaii. Robert Jameson. tary service. made the journey on foot to Fort Augusta. on the nioining of July 3d. are defeated!" "What news. and resigned fnly C2. his frightened horse bore him beyond the reach of the savages.* Andrew." The Jamesons. 177S. who had been wounded. Chapman was mortally wounded. bade her an aiTectionate farewell. anxiously awaiting news of the battle.y^C^iz^/^ ^l(p:^^*C/ti» <^ . the horse fled. and died. In the bloody encounter Robert Jameson and the liired man were killed. Jameson barely escaped with his life. In tlie spring of 1776 he enlisted in a company under Captain Strong. daughter of the Hanover church. with his brothers. He was buried in the graveyard Mrs. near the spot where he was killed. in Lancaster county. 1775. In every respect he was a thorough-going pioneer. Wilkesbarre. women. her father being the great-grandson of the Pilgrim Father John Alden.^i''^^ county. starting from his old home in Hanover township. to the house of Dea. He was probably the John Jameson who was ensign in the Fifth Connecticut regiment. and exclaimed. was carried home in safety. a few months alter the missacre. and only occasionally visited his family in old Hanover. They undertook with poor success to drive the cattle before them The most of the herd were lost by reason of the haste. Agnes Jameson. William Jameson wounded.'^ Johii^ Aldeii Her brother. near the creek. There was a monument to commemorate the massacre of lulv 3. John Alden. and other families set out at once for old Hanover township. and five years later married for a second husband. Mr. 1777. 177S. 177S. Conn ^ Mrs. " Robert and Coffin are dead. where they remained until 1780. yiy. Jameson. was killed. Lancaster county. as they rode on horseback along the highway near the open ground adjacent to the old church on Hanover Gieen. William and I. with his brothers Alexander and Joseph. Jameson's house was for years a home for the JVIethodist ministers who came preach in those early days. Jameson.

was born Aug. 1873. Mrs. d. Pa. 1796. ni. 4. Kulp's J-amiiies of llyomtii}^ Valley. Mr. 24. 434. ried in 1775.. pp. m. Rosanna^ Jame. and carried to Canada. 84J: I'ol. Blackman died three years later. i. 1786. 11. July 4. in Salem. Vol. I. — The Harvey Booh. Jameson. — No. R. in Providence. 10.vjamin. 23. I3-J3. Sj. May 10. They lived in ton) Harvey. References. and at its dedication Elislia Blatkman was the only surviving soldier ulio took part in the terrible tight. . 1832. 1792. Elizabeth. was born Dec. Nancy. 1885. husband's death. Dec. 433.SOn (Robert. Vol. Mary Campbell. to America with his parents town. 27. {Robert. March 3. Luzeriii Co. Exposure to the severe In 1786 he was climate and harsh treatment by the savages broke down his health. in Voluntown. 1S08. George Lane. m. Conn. iu and their other children. Elisha Harvey. 301-308. Sally Nesbitt. 28. 1824. George Gordon. Conn. Gordon died Conn. b. b. 1752. b. Silas. May 31. December. Pa. Sept. Jan. Gordon died Jan 25. in the north of Ireland. 1813.^ister of Continental Officers.. Pro.fp. married. Pa.. iig.2i) THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.xander and Jane Gordon.^ yolm'^). 1782. 17. 1815. July 9. She died in infancy. iSio. They resided in Voluntown. and settled in \'o!un1 719. 5. 11. Conn. R. Dec. in Wj'oming Valley. Shortly after his father's death. pp. Conn. removed to Salem.xson) Jameson. The Harvey Book. Robert Gordon. Mr. pp. daughter of Robert [36] and Agnes (Dixson) Jameson. March 14. Jan. 240. which occurred in 1795. 1755. m.. lOb. Sept. Har- . 1S32. Plymouth. grandfather. Oct. Pa. 17S7. Mr. Mr. son of George and Janet (Gibson) Gordon. March iS. She married Nov. Conn. d. History of Hanoier. b. d. Pa. and in Providence. eldest son of Robert and Mary Mr. and married December. pp. 1795. pp. Ke. 17. whtre he was detained until August. daughter of Robert [36] and Agnes She mar26. Pa. 120. ing valley. Memoranda. Harvey died Jan. 333-543.. Harvey died. 343. m. Be. Janet Gibson. 13J2. was born of Scotch ancestry. Conn. 15. the children were: b. May 26. George Gordon.. when he returned home. p. Sarah. and for several years resided witli his father in the old homestead in Plymouth township. I. in Voluntown.. Conn. /it). Mrs.yohn^). May 4. Luzerne county. after her 1748.1789. Pa. Dec.. They resided in Voluntown. iSiS. son of Benjamin and Elizabeth (PelHe was born in 1758 in North Lyme... Hertinan's Hisl. and came. Gordon's Gordon. Gordon's father. May 9. 1845. iSoo. 1726. Plumli's History of ffanoz-er Township and Uyomiiig Vallev. about 1700. pp. Gordon. Ill. erected in 1842. 1794.o. b. Pa. oldest son of Ale. Conn. 1840. Mr. b.ii3b. Harvey came to Wyoming. from \'oluntown. Benjamin. in Voluntown. :. Mrs. 1790. d. Luzerne county. Ihomas Pringle. Kachel'Search. 1868. References. Pa in 1772. Anne ^ Jameson (Di. Aug. 178S. and resided with her brothers and sisters until her death. /. 1797. i_^-j. 175S. He was born April May 10. 1780. March 19. where Mr. He was made a prisoner by the Indians in December. He died in infancy. and lies buried in the cemetery on "The Green"' in Hanover township. 42. There was born were no children. Memoranda. and after the slaughter assisted in the burial of the slain. '"^ Voluntown. d. jOy.

says of him: ''For his uprightness he lived esteemed by all who knew him." Its site is much disfigured by the coal mining operations of later years. with the comfortable hope of awakening among the blest of God. . and died not less lamented. he was resigned to tlie sleep of death. iSoo. in PlyShe continued to reside mouth. Notwithstanding his agricultural pursuits forbade him /^ • fi to mix so much with men as some. Her children were well cared for distinguishable./ / THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. but is marked by an old ruin in which is seen a portion of the stone wall of the original house. Jameson survived her husband forty years. ""^fi UfA/tJ were many and his exemplary conduct not less Here Mr. . . his life. and died much lamented. This house was nearly two miles east of Harvey's creek. Site of Elisha H.. ^ . 27 vey erected a substantial stone dwelling house at the eastern extremity of the Plymouth " plantation." Mrs. and to manage the homestead farm."' This was on land inherited from his father's estate. and hardly two rods from the " old Shawnee line. Pa. yet his virtues fj/f/j/f WIl^r^iAeLl/ {^jA^frl^/t.- Stone House. The Wilkcsbarre Gazelle of Marcli 18. Harvey passed the few remaining years of ^ ^ and when called to bid (J adieu to sublunary enjoyments.

. has recently published a large and attractive volume of local and family history. Pa. and often rehearsed the sad story to lier grandchildren. She spent the later years of her hfe in uiili! grown to manhood and vvomanliood. clear. in area about The water of this lake conies from springs below the six hundred and fifty acres. Jameson. ( Robert. her great-grandson. and other familes. . ! of the old mills of Benjan Ha It Harvey's Lake is the largest lake within the limits of Pennsylvania. Jameson Harvey. in which may be found e. Harvev. narrow. It is a long. lies in the township of Lake. of Wilkesbarre.. Harvey says vey. Luzerne county.\tended biographies and genealogies of the Harstatements relative to Mr. She was famihar with the tragic liisthe home of her son. northwest of Wilkesbarre. Esq." ^ verified and Harvey's Creek. Esq. called The HakVEV Book. irregular body of water.25 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. the early representatives of the Jameson family in Ireland and America are based on : "My the facts recorded by Joseph added to bv mv original Jameson [49]. and cold. ' Johni). tory of the Wyoming vallev." It is said Oscar J. and inveslicratioiis in New England and elsewhere. and is pure. surface. at a distance of about fourteen miles. " she was greatly beloved by all who knew her.

8. H. July 8. .Arista. Nov.h. was born Jan 16. They resided in Mrs. v. 1S15. Cravjford\ d. b. Harvev's Landing forms Harvey's Creek. Oct. m. Oct.^ACHUSETTS. George W. b. Nov. Aug.. 1842. Sept. where she died June 7. May 6. Oct. in Orwell. i'^4v l^ cv ' Joseph A.dkia/i lVlu-elc-r. b. [. Pa. 22. I793' '" ^h'Nesbitt. Boium-. i '„ 1S92 Sarah M. Harveyville. daughter of She was born January 3. 4. 1S17. . Caroline.rM Frisl>ie\ m. which runs in a zigzag course some twelve miles south to West Nanticoke. 5... Harvey died March 3. Aes/'itt. 1846. Mr. Oct. Mary Al'ram Jameso.iiia. 20.. Its outlet Benjamin Harvev. Harvey died Oct. Pa. 12. May 13. m. Elisha B.arvey's first wife. where it empties into the Susquehanna river at the southwestern end of Wyoming valley. Fciijaniin Jones. Pa. Aug. Miihacl Steck. m. 1850. 1884. Sa/ly JVesbi/t.I/. 3. 1873.ui d. . m. . 27.. He Abram and Bethiah (Wheeler) mouth. 21. Harvey married a second wife. 1872. 1 . 1864. Phoebe Alaria Frisbie. i. pWw soii\ Sarah Maria Garrets d. daughter of Chauncey and Chloe (Howard) Frisbie. d. d. was born May g. They resided in Wilkesbarre. d. 1S45. Jan. 'Mr. iNrarch o. April A'osa.. Nov. Elisha Boaners^es. 1S3S. 1S31 1822. ^ ^EN WERE : [5. 1866. son of Elisha and Rosanna (Jameson) Harvey.h. 1824. 1849. Pa. married July 9. 1819. THE B. A'oss. in Plymouth. . 1890. 1S21. b.]ane. Pa. 7. 1792.

15. i86q. . June 5. 1846. ni. Jan. Mr. A'eese. Thev resided in Wilkesbarre. 31. 1867. Benjamin Edith Rose. She was born Aug. b. Charles Elisha. b. Oscar Jewell Hakvev. 23. Fanny Virginia Holding. A'esOitt. Oct. Mrs. Oscar Jewell. Lnihoig L. J. b. 1875. b. 1S72. Nov. 7. 1859. Sarah Maria Garretson. 1S73. b. She died in girlhood. Harvey died Aug. 18S0. A . Sept. 8. Ella. 1853. N. 10. Sept. 1869. b. Harvey died Aug. Nov. m. He died in childhond. b. 25. 1S51 m. Elizabeth. 1895. 9. 1867. Jan. Sept. Caroline Arista. July 13. 1S55. 1S62. daughter of Stephen and Mary Ann (Urquhart) Garretson. b. He died in boyhood. 28. Smith. 1S57. 22. in Lambertville. b. Sophia J. May 16. 7. Sarah M. Aug. March 20. 1865. THE CHILDREN WERE: Olin Frishie. Gilbert Alexander. Pa. Jan.30 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. June 23. 1S24. 2. 20.

1888. 1S40. in Wilkesbarre. Karvey graduated in 1871 from Lafayette College. 'jot. I2g-i43. m. June 22. Mr.54'Wyoming Valley.5. q4. Sept. 1764. Mai-i^ayet Cxmfk-ll. ni. Mrs. Mr. References: Tin- Harvey Book. 7 was commissioned first lieutenant of Co. in Voluntown. especially along lines of local history. b. 1862. William Jameson Harvev. '^ob. . It. Heniy llarrinv. Harvev. 25. Walter. and family genealogy. b.y. Pa. In recent years he has devoted himself largely to literary pursuits.. Pa. Oct. of the Odd Fellows. by inheritance and purchase. and Martha Phedora (Smith) Holding. He married June 23.«/> DelVitt. and in 1S74 received the degree of A. Married Campbell. iSSo. 50. % Mr. Studied law. 1. Williav. pp. Easton. and in 1879 ^^'''s admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Kiemaii.: THE JAMESONS Oscar Jewell Harvev. 3 I was born in Wilkesbarre. Pa. Jameson. was born Sept.Vary. 21. son IN MASSACHUSETTS.5.^^4. the older . 1887. 1SS3 Ernest. 111. But he soon found that his lands were not only good for agriculture. Wilkesbarre. I. was mustered into the military service of the United States. Pa. son of Robert [36] and Agnes lo. Oct. he removed to a large handsome brick residence on South Franklin street. He was one year professor of mathematics in Wyoming Seminary. h. and gave himself to the vigorous cultivation of his wide acres. iS85. Kulfs t'avnlies of gj. In 1869. was admitted in 1876 to the Bar of Luzerne county. bounded on one side by Harvey's Creek and on another side by the Susquehanna river. Pa. Pa. 11. West Nanticoke. muscular man. May -„ 1838". appointed adjutant of the regiment. iSt. bgb. Conn. m. became the owner of a large farm of three hundred and fifty acres of excellent land. Pa. Thorndyke. Sept. She was born Dec. M. . but that beneath the surlace were beds of coal. 18S6. Amanda M. 1869. Luzerne county.. 18S1 Ethel and Helen. 1S5S. Dec. of Elisha and Rosanna (Jameson) Harvey.- No. April i q. and returned home to relieve his father of cares in his advancing years. As above stated he has recently issued a lirge and attractive volume of local and family history called. and died when within less than six months of being ninety years of age. and developed his coal mines. He was a strong. overlooking the river. daughter of James and Margaret (Stewart) Campbell. THE OIILUREN WERE. spending some months abroad. He has been a member of the fraternity of Free Masons. He resigned his commission Nov. and on the 20th of the same month. June 2. John^). Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps. ^Jessie Wright .. . b. The children were 1859. {Robert-. Jameson Harvev. i -J/. He erected one of the first breakers in Plymouth township. 7JJ--/S2. Harvev died Julv 1869. 30. 6. Fannie Virginia Holding. of Elislia B. Pa." and will soon publish a full and elaborate history of Wilkesbarre. 222-22^. and the following Nov. 18. In 1871 he sold out his farm and mining interests and machinery to "The Susquehanna Coal Company'" for a large sum of money. 1S61. '^-t^t (>4^< 6gc. Orington. 18. Harvey passed a vigorous and hale old age in his pleasant home in Wilkesbarre. b. b. May iS. Seventh Regiment.son. and Sarah Marion (Garretson) Harvey. A'ol>c-tl G. in Philadelphia. iSSo.v. son Mary in I. In 1863 he turned his mining interests over to his sons and devoted his later years of active life to the manufacture of lumber. Co. -"^h^ resides in Wilkesbarre. They reside in Wilkesbarre. twins. Pa. To this house late in that year he brought his young wife to preside in a beautiful home. . F.-j-. pp. Sept. iSo. d. b. 13. daughter of Eben B. He mar- . 1S43. Plymouth township. 72S-J44. They resided Pa. 31. presenting a very attractive view. [Larrin^-) Mar. In 1832 he erected a commodious dwelling on a hillside. Pa. 9. Alexander' Jameson (Dixon) Jameson. Oct. "The Harvey Book. Aug. Oct. and captain of a company of infantry. b.

Kiilfs Families of U'romiiig V. Luzerne (Espy) Stewart. {. Ja. daughter of Capt. iSSi.ir(t Henry.jV?. 774-776. when young men. //.v?. eventful. [58]. Jr. A. Pa. iSoi . Luzerne He married. Sept. Pa. Elizabeth Stcicart. They resided near Nanticoke. 1S31. She died March 8. habits. They resided in Salem.^) son of John [40] and AbiJameson was born Aug. 1801 [62]." Mr. d. 1777. where Dr. 1S27. Jameson's wife was a daughter of Capt.. Dr. d. unm. June 8. Pa.. the second son. 1800. Frauds McCartney. 1806. She was born July 11.i.S4s. m. leading in the fight. Jamecounty. 1851. 1778. and honored life. m. Pa. 1805. from Vale college.. and was an active meniLer of the Presby- terian church. Lazarus Stewart.. 29. d. Jameson had a long.f'p. 20.il- No. and Mrs. to Salem. but his health failed. IVilson. Anderson Dana. 1S03. Jameson died March 27. 1S27. 350- . b." In 1788 they were appointed to administer their fatlier's estate. THE CHILDREN WERE: WlI.32 ried THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.John\ Robert-. Josepli Jameson. 1S32. Jameson's brother. accumulated wealth. . b. "S^j-J^g. MARrHA 31. 1S03. Joseph Jameson. served in the miUtia. in Hunlock's Creek. He died July 25. and lived to be ninety years of age. in Hanover township. Hanover township. in Hanover township. He practised medicine a few years otifices. Luzerne county. the family genealogist. Jolu.Mis. They " resided on their beautiful plantation in Salem. 1S59. Kev. or as some one has expressed it. where Mr. intending to become a lawyer. and at his death left a good name and a valuable estate. Robert Jameson.. May 27. References : The l!an<y Bool. 1799'. was unmarried. Mai-g. 1843. Pa. b. . Robert Minerva [59]. Memoranda. filled various town by profession. m. Lazarus and Martha She was born in 1777. 30.mesox and his brother. Bivl. ^[rs. "occupied a block-house on the Shawnee flats and roughed it through the war. May Eliz. and in 1793 removed. b.I. Anne unm. b. 21. -Mr. was for a number of years an approved magistrate. m. 22. and was slain in the massacre. Luzerne county. Memoranda. 1S50. son died Feb. Jameson died March 6. county. [63]. with their mother and sisters. 1797. and for some time hved in the fort in Plymouth and farmed the flats. He was a man of business Mr. and had at their command all the good things that could make lil'e pass pleasantly.AM [56]. Referfxces: The Ha}vev ley. and lie gave himself to farming. Jameson died Aug. Jameson was in a physician Hanover. Haiuiah ///////ocX'.p.. iStS. b. Mr. . SilllUiel'' gail (Alden) 53. (57]. b. where they spent the rest of their lives. I'a. daughter of Jonathan and Margaret Hunlock. unm.-mieth [60]. She died Dec. Pa.. July 3. graduated in 1S23. May 5. who made himself famous for his courage and military service during the Indian wars in the Wyoming valley. but died in early manhood at his father's house in Salem. 1779. 17. 1838. Dec. Jameson the children were: Maria Eliza [61]. 1796. B. She died in early life.

Jonathan Hunlock. 22. Abraham Thomas Caroline.. iSoi. son of Capt. Hunlock died October. b. Sarah //. 5. June 4.•\\DKEW Hu. attractive presence. Mrs. m. who married Mary Jameson. 13. Stewart being the estate. Pa. 25. 28.Jo/m^). Sept. son received a double share of his father's 1778. Pa. at the head of his company. 16. in Wilkesbarre. Morgan Sherman. Dec. Oct. b. AV«/<7/«/« AUlen Bidlack. Lazarus and Martha He was born in 1768. son of Jonathan and Margaret Hunlock. in Hanover. -Rev. 1S4S. b. fan. 27. and studied law with Lyman Hakes. m. Pa. Jonathan Hunlock. ^ y^^'m^s Steivart. 1S23. Jan. He is a man of fine of abilities. Pa. March 10. Samuel. Pearce died Oct. 1776. Pa.^ Robert. Abraham Tolles. and son Jameson and Ann Maria (Royal) Hunlock.ancaster county. . Pa. pp. which position he held several years. She married June 20. 1S20. 28. 18. He died in Wilkesbarre. grandson of Jonathan and Mary (Jameson) Hunlock. killed July first-born 3. 21. iSoo. They resided in Union. Pa. was born . d. and for twenty-five years has been a member of the board of trustees of the Memorial Presbyterian church. 12. near the mouth of Hunlock's Creek. Stewart married Nov. Jan. i. b. Pa. in Hunlock's Creek. 1777. (Espy) Stewart. 26. daughter of John [40] and Abigail (Alden) Jameson. 1S60. 1861. July iS. Feb. He was born June 23. now Hunlock. Pa. Pa..-0- NO. m. daughter of John [40] and Abigail (Alden) Jameson. Families of IVvointn^ Valley. Oct. in Kingston. near Hunlock. . Luzerne county. 1803 m. She died in Wilkesbarre. 1822. who wm. References ''' : Kulfs The Harrey Book. Mrs. THE children WERE: Martha. 1830.SC. THE CHILDREN WERE: John. Mr. Elizabeth Dunn. Tavlor. and nobility of character. of Cromwell and Margaret (Boggs) Pearce. Stewart. 1837. Hu. Mr. 1S05. iS. Mary. Pearce died Sept. 17. 22.SoS. Marmadiike Fearce. No. He was chosen the first president of the AnthraHe is a large owner in the cite Savings Bank. Pa. He was born Aug. 301 . Esq. 13. 1859. d. Mr. They resided in Hanover. 1852. 1836.\LDE>J. in the baltle and . m. 1SS2. Hannah ^ Jameson {John. Cromwell. Pa. Mrs.vlock's father was one of the earliest settlers in the Wyoming . 1S83. 14. d. b.. . in Willistown. was born Sept. 18 19. 11. 1S27. I. Pa. 55. They resided in Wilkesbarre. 10. Memoranda. b. Hunlock died Sept. 1S72. Feb. Dec. May 6. in Berwick. 1S25. i. 54. 1799. the valley. was born in 17S0. Jan. of Wilkesbarre. 1802.i.. in Hanover. Pa. Ann A/aria Royal. p.THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. soon after his marriage erected a large stone house near the mouth of Hunlock's Creek. Jameson. Nov. Jan. iS. 1S6S. 1S06. b. b. 28. Stewart died Alarch. in 1800. 1S09.May i. "Hotel Sterling" of Wilkesbarre. 1876. July 2. She married. Mr. 1804. son 1808. d. m. 14.VLOCK. Pa. He was admitted to the bar Nov. m Nov. He died in Kingston. in Hanover. Mr. and has been a successful lawyer and business man for thirty years in Wilkesbarre. Lazarus. 6. Rei\ E. b. 1S20. 1S74. 1887. b. Nancy Fuller d. Feb. 1818. b. July 13. Luzerne county. Pa. d. 1782.\n[GAiL . Fanny Millani. He was educated in Wyoming Seminary of his native town.. Pa. 1S26.. b. 1S04. ^^ Mary^ Jameson (/o/u/% Jiabcrt-. Frances. iS. : Andrew. July John Jameson. b. where he spent his life near the place of his birth. Chester county.. /o/m'^). m. Pa. m. and first settler in Union.

spirit and true piety. THE CHILDREN Caroline. September. Columbia county. S4Q.34 massacre of THE JAMESONS Wyoming IN AMERICA. John [66].— A«//'j • S4J. July 14. 1S24. They resided in Winchester. daughter of Alexanand Elizabeth (Stewart) Jameson.. Minerva. b. Jameson died Sept. 1856. 12. 60.S45. Pa. Mrs.Jolm ). M. Valley. References. References. where Dr. She married Re7\ Franeis MeCaitiiey. and other places. They resided in Berwick... in Madison county. Columbia county..('4- No. 27. Pa. She was born in Salem. was born in 1S03 in Salem. m.\ander and Elizabeth (Stewart) Jameson. b. Pearce was married first to Jane Potter." Her youngest son. . 1850. b. Esq. . and wrote the history of various families and of Wyoming Valley. 4. 1831. Pa. Pa. 1S76. She dl( Mary Camilla. John Stout. b. and later they resided in Berwick. pp. He was born June 11. 1. John Jameson Pearce. service.. Stewart It has been said of her. Z*. Valley. ^49. 1S54. ' I^Akxander. removed to Wilkesbarre.xander. Mrs..Mr. Franklin Stewart. Pa. " She was a woman of genial Pearce. Her other children who grew to gress from Pennsylvania.yo/ui'). resides in lierwick. soon after her husband's death. Wilson died May 31.. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: Alf. Jane Pearce died October. son of William and Sarah (Boileau) Wilson. Of this marriage there were Rev. Mrs. . Mr. William Jameson {Ahwander? Robert. daughter of . ^oi-joS.^ Robert:. Pearce soon removed to Wilkesbarre.^ Robert. ^'a. PP-554-5(>3- — Kiilp's Families of Wye min<. He was born in Ireland. where Rev. Kingston. 1S25..r [64].-:/j-/. m. . 1S55-1857. i8iS.ff^vVAw Wilsoti.'. She married in 1823.. . Stewart died at tlie age of forty years.\le.\RY [65]. was born in 1805 in Salem./v/ .. der [50] Elizabeth MameSOU {Ak.S4s Ha. 21. Mr. fp. Stewart Pearce was a man of literary tastes. Families of liyomiiix Valley Pa. m. Pa. leaving his wife with a group of children. Mr. 4. Fa. pf. and for three years as presiding elder in the Northumberland district.. Pa. 1S47.Stewart. Francis McCartney. March 23. maturity became prominent and useful men and women. in the same county.-. The I/ar-'cv Book. He died when young. where she reared and educated her children and managed her affairs with rare prudence and economy. the oldest being but eight years of age. Minerva^ Jameson son died Jan. Dec. where they resided. Oct. 56. He married Margaret Henry.S44.Johii'^).x. 7. Pa. became a MethHe served as representative in the thirty-fourth conodist minister of distinction. Jan. Va. and Elizabeth (Stewart) Jameson. Wil[50]. May 1S30. Luzerne county. T^J No. and resided with her son. son of Alexander [50]. Pa. " References. He early life. Pearce. Edward. 59. a Methodist minister in active In fulfilling his appointments in different places as a preacher. until her death. 1S2S. Mrs. whose ready wit and pleasing conversation and manners drew about her many friends. Luzerne county. 1797. 564.^ndf. Pearce died. '^^ ^^^^ '" boyhood. with credit. I2y3i2-^. After her husband's death three children. After some ten years she married Rev. b. Pa. pp. it was necessary for his family But on his retirement they resided for eight years in to make several removals. was born in 1797 in Salem. No.. Luzerne county. — The Ifarvey Boo/:. Mr. 1S49.

30. Ray Lee. Dec. daughter of William [56] and Margaret (Henry) Jameson." Jolni^). 1830. He lost his life when a child in Smiih [69]. and reared in Massachusetts.ptil'. res. 65. Dv. {Samuel. Rev." References.— 77i<? Harvey Book.. Herbie b. Ohio. in Salem. 1876. J. Oct. b. Pa. 1847. N. j6^j-j6S. daughter of Samuel [53] and Hannah (Hunlock) Jameson. resided. 1832. Francis McCartney was a minister of tlie Methodist Episcopal churcli. . Dana died May 27. 16 Sycamore street. Susan Gates. where they Mr. She married Oct. John JaiUe. Anna Kenelay. Levi [75]. 26. Oct. Augusta Palina Jameson. 7.SOn. m. 63. Cornelius.^ Rhtcrt. Francis. Pa. Caroline Fairbanks John [74]. 1872. March 27. d.. brought to America. parentage unknown. in Salem. I. b.'^ Jolin. Harry Hakes 6. They reside at No. . 1S58.. He was born in Hanover. Luzerne county. WlNIHKoP Nelson \_Ti\. — The Harvey Book. 1S84. in Hanover. m. May 6. 1790. 1814. Minerva Wilson. married Rhoda They resided in Barre. 35 the children were: Mary. May 31. iSjS . Y. N. Mr. Sept. June 9. when a child five years of age. Elizabeth. d. Patty [72]. 1847.THE JAMESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. THE children WERE: Effie Jameson. an eloquent preacher. THE children WERE: m. Mav 30. Dr. son of Jeremiah and Salome Stout. b. 1S65. Jonas Henery. Dana died in 1835. BalHe was known timore Conference. July iS. Anderson Dana. Pa.John^). He was he had no recollections of his parents and home across the sea. 12. No. Maria Eliza Jameson. Rhoda [71J.C)>*\ XI'* '^^^'*-' Memoranda. 1805. John Stout. Y. April 18. AAA Clk(X. in Martinsburgh. 1S94. and a polished gentleman. June 29. James Wilson. iSo7. was born in 175S in Scotland. He was born in 1856. as " the Chesterfield of the Baltimore Conference. Mary ° Jameson (IViV/iam. jjo. was born Dec. 1S49. Mass. THE CHILDREN WERE: John [68].'m. May 27. . m. Oct. Levi Tedman res. S49>5(>5No.\MESO>l. b. in Martinsburgh. 1S49. and resided in III Seth Bangs [70]. was born Dec. 30." A/cxandcr. 27. fie married. according to tradition. Sept. pp. 3. She married in 1827. m. Ashtabula. died in early life. March . Pa. d. 187S. was stolen from his later life home In in Scotland. l6.° Robert. b. Memoranda. b. where they died. Luzerne county. .ydia Hastings. She References. 12. . 1S94. kXVMt^ i^VA^^WH. m. m. d. She died in early life. 1826. son of Anderson Dana. Mrs. pp.

1SS5. and Mrs. Eunice Taylor [84]. Mrs. Billings in REI-EkENCES. m. Jan. May 26. IN AMERICA. Harriet A. Dec. Mass. 70. m. b. March 16. This family spell their name Janierson. Memoranda. b. Mass. Sept. 1S54.Jameson {Jofm ).\. 1S70.. Mary Ann [82]. March. 9.36 doubtless the THE JAMESONS John Jameson of Hardwich. He Anna Renelay. [76]. Caroline (Fairbanks) Jameson. m. "14. 1S59.\ng. . went to live with a family by the name of Hardwick. 1S66. Jameson died May 9. Jan. 1872. Ja. iSiS. Oct. Mr. 1 m.. Jameson died May 25.uln/sells. Permelia Sophia [85]. . 14. References. Mass. He died in infancy. . in the Army of the Revolution. 8. Mass. 74. Mass. Jameson died Sept. 28. and with a companion. Clark . Jameson died May 30. b. 1S42 m. 1870. Jane [83]. . Otis Shannon. 3. Otis Jackson. 20. m . N. was accustomed to keep the company wideawake. Lydia Hastings. Joel Hager. Y. ra. 1830 m. 1829. June26. son of John [67) and Rhoda Jameson. d. He became a farmer and lived on what was known as " The Moose-brook road. No. He married Oct. 1S23. 29. 17S0. — Revoliitiomiry Rolls of Afass. John R. b.sQn of John [67] and Rhoda Jameson. Nye\ d. and Mrs. They resided in THE CHILDREN WERE: Hakriet. 1800. June 24. 1S47. Rhoda [81]. b. m. at the age of four years. John. 1858. March 1S96. 1832. was born May 6. 1S70. Leonard Severance. and described as six feet complexion. He died in infancy. . Mr. i860. 7. b. Joel Hodges d. July 22.\pril 13. 1S27. 1847. Jan. 1S19. Mass. WlntlirOl) Nelson . Barrows resided in Uana. Aug.. 3. where they resided. b. She was born April 22. Atlams [78J. 1816. 26." " He was a jovial and fearless rider in the troop of cavalry. No. 1814. 1S65. . 1790. May 4. in height and of a ruddy Altiss. b. Feb. They had no children. 16. Hiram Barrows. Mass. 1S2S. 3. 1865. 1883. in Hardwick. 24. Dec. Dec. 1821 m. d. ^ Reconis of Bane. THE CHILDREN WERE: WiNTHROP Nelson [80]. 'Kendall. in Barre. Seth Bangs. [77]. b. iSS". Mass. married in 1826.Augiisla M. son of John [67] and Rhoda Jameson. 1834.. 9. Mass. Jan. in Pittsfield. THE CHILDREN WERE: Clark Hastings Reuecca 1S16.mesox. Oct. 3. Barrows died in Hardwick. June 9. d. Sept. Mrs.Jameson {John^). June 9. May 6.Jameson (yokn'^). Afary Ells-worlh d. Mr. ." Joel Hager was a relative of Mrs.[87]. Martinsburgh. 1790. Caroline Fairbanks. June 26. 20. daughter of John and Mehitable (Berry) Hastings. He died in 1895 in Greenwich. aged 22 years. b. Ruth [79]. Wlnthrop Nelson [86]. They resided in Hardwick and in Barre.— AO>/i)/-_j' of Hardwick. b. Mr. . 1S37. She died in Barre. was born married June 2. March 31. b.

10. 1840. in Northbridge. 27. He died in boyhood. 10. 1833. 1831. 1S2S.lLLY : A [io5]. Mariette Smith. 1861. J. where Mrs. July 12. Mr. b. L. 37 Feb. b. Conn. m. Charles Luke \V. ni. Y. Mr. Mass. iS. Nov. Ja. Magovern was of Providence. Mass. 182 1.aughter of Seth Bangs [70] and Lydia (Hastings) Jameson. Beltiiigey. Sept. Mr. May 20. He died in childhood. b. in Berkshire. ried Mrs. THE CHH-DREX WERE Permelia : Martha Levi He died in childhood. Wdlis . 75. Mass. 15. Fletcher [102]. Franklin No. Feb. iS. 1836. Chirlton. Nov. 1854. Liira Moryer. son of Willard and Orinda(Goodall) He was born Nov. 1S52. 20. Jameson died Sept. June Jameson {jfohu '). 3. m. 6. Dec. Adams. d. Francis Adams Frederick Other [107]. 24. [97]. No. May 6. April 14. 15. 1S44. N. Wesley Wilbur Harrison [103]. was born Dec.E S. Mass. She died in childhood. 24. Ruth'' Jameson {Sl-I/i Bangs. [96]. ffeury IF. 1838. 25. Mr. [95]. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary Jane. 1899. June 30. 1864. b. 1S31. 1829. 1839. in Hardwick. 8. Oct. b. Mary F. b. 1871. [98]. in West Woodstock.. 1885. in H. Sept. where they now. Mr. Nov. 1S55. 1S36. May 27. d. Mass. . i860. Ma^overii. was born He married Susan Gates. in Pulaski. 181 7. June 13. b. b. Levi" 9. b. Leoncird Slth [ioi]. in Champion. rS66. i8Sd. 13. 1897. b. 1852. d. She was born in iSii. m Sept. THE CHILDREN WERE r. m. 5. Mass. 1862. b. Oct. b. 1S75. 18SS. They Jackson. b. resided in Hardwick. 26. 1869. b. LvDiA [100]. [99J. Memoranda. July 7. [105]. 4. Mass. l Mr.THE JAMESONS LiNNVlLI. Otis Jackson. 1S33. b. Mary Jameson died. m. Willis was of I\Ir. 79. b. Jameson died June 29. Jameson died March 3. Mass. b. 17. Jan. They resided in West Martinsburgh. Jameson resided in 1S9S in Phillipston. and Mr. Dec. 1S99. Mass. R. March 15. [104]. Abraham Gates. [108]. Oct. Jan. N. 1895. Jameson married Jan. Marcii 22. N. 12. They resided in Barre. b. d.mesox'S children were No.irdwick. m. son of Seth Bangs [70] and Lydia (Hastings) Jameson. . She married Jan.^ John ). 1872. reside. Frederick Jameson resided in 189S in Worcester. Jackson died Jan. He died in childhood. daughter of Arnold and Sophia Adams. Dec. She died in childhood. She was born Jan. DUANE Augustus M. Harriet Hale. IN MASSACHUSETTS. Lucy Peebles.. Nov. [91]. son of John [67] and Rlioda Jameson. Mass. [90]. 1S31 [93]. 1841. Francis A. b. 1854. -Augusta M. Avres. 24. Y.Jo/iu^). ^ Clark" Jameson {SM Bangs . 1819. iS5d . daughter of 1S07. in Hardwick. 12. 1829. 1S61. 1S48. m. b. 5. b. 19. [94]. 78. 25. all of tlii second marriage. He mar^ Mary Ellsioorth. William Otis. ^ Mr. was born Dec. [92]. Jan. Nov. 1833. 7.. Y. Nov. children died in infancy. 3.

1853 n. He w^as born Feb. Clara M. John ). 18 . b. She died in childhood. 1S63. daughter of Winthrop Nelson [73J and Caroline (Fairbanks) Jameson. . Delia . Hodges. .. 16. 1S81. and Mi Henry Ayres resided in North Brool<field. — No. 1S6S. . They resided in Jeffersonvilie. in Hardwick. 1863. m. George Campbell. b.. Severance died Aug. March 1 1. b. J. was born April 13. . 1879.. res. Byron Carrol d. 1870. Mary Alllf Jameson ( IVinthrop Nelson. 20. 29. They resided in Barre. He died in infancy. b. 1854.. Feb. Mr. in Barre. C'elia D. Leonard Severance. b. Mass. son 1834.John ). in Hardwick. Hardwick. 1886. 16. where Mis. Mass. 1869.. Mrs. Elizabeth J. 86. IVimhrop AWson. He was born July 25. b. 1S73 m. in Gill. Aug. Delargey H.. Mimn . Mass. 1S70. Mass. Winthrop XelSOU' Jameson throp Nelson [73] and Caroline (?fv>/////v-/ Nelson:. Hodges died Dec. 22.. 1859. 25.. Mary S. b. m. Jackson resided in 1899 in Old P'urnace. b. Ellen C. 1866. b. 1864. Charles C. Html.. Mass. John. son of Otis and Abigail (\\'ilson) Sherman. 21. 5. i860. 1870. where Mr. He died in early life. Mrs. 1S62 m. 1S50. 17. 7. of Obed and Nancy (Hale) Severance. 1847. Feb. Jan. was born jMay 4. 15. Luther S. 1864. Oct. res. She died in childhood. May 28. 1S73. daughter of winthrop Nelson [73] and Caroline (Fairbanks) Jameson. Mr. Henry O. Mass. son of James and Maria She married 'Joel Hodges. Clayton. m. Hodges died June 14. Otis Sherman. 28. Sherman died. No. No. 31. Ayres died.. Mass. Mrs. He died in early life. was born June 9. where Mr. Feb.John ^). Clayton. June S. 1871.\. She married Jan. 1S50. He died in early life. n Charles Stratton. John H. Mass. Mass. b. Oct. luly 19. 1881. daughter of \\'inthrop Nelson [73 J and Caroline (Fairbanks) Jameson. Mass. 1890. 82. Henry I I.\pril 2. ig. 1S97. Lucy J. i860. Mass.. 84. Sherman.. Mass. July 4. b. 7. Feb. 1822. in Bernardstown. in Gill.. He died in childhood. son of Win(Fairbanks) Jameson. Sherman died Aug. b. 9. 14. Jan. 1878. She married March 31. Tlieion Thompson.-i Memoranda. b. 1S71. 2. 1896. in Barre. ( ' Eunice Taylor' Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE: EVALINE. Sept. 1S4S. 1866. Mass. 1869.-^ug. May 30.\lice H. THE CHILDREN WERE: Ellen F. 1862. m. Nov. 1821. 31. b. was born Jan. D. in Barre... 1829. They resided in Barre and in Gill.- ' THE CHILDREN WERE: George F. b. . 1889.john'). 1S60. b. Nov. 1. RllOda^ Jameson ( Wiuthrop Nelson^. in Port Hudson. in Barre. . Severance died March 3.. July 3. 1854. b. \'t. 1896. 38 THE JAMESONS IN AMERIC. Mary C. 1876. Aug. Mrs.

y^V. Lydia'^ Jameson {Levi. daughter of Edward and Estelle Peebles. i. 1869. They reside at No. 15. He died in infancy. 31 Jameson St. 1S55. 1831. Butler county. March 25. in Lewis county. b. 26. in Framingham. 92. [122]. Nov. d. was born April [4. Sallie [121]. Blade. 23. Harriet A. April 16. in Lowville. i8. daughter of Levi [75] and Susan (Gates) Jameson. 1S74. b. Natick.. Sept. Luke W. son of John [74] and Anna (ReneJameson. Iowa. He was a person of quiet habits and undemonstrative in his manner. Feb.\M [log]. la. liberal in his views upon all questions. Leonard Bettinger. m. THE CHILDREN WERE: He Amy Louisa Woods George Nelson [ho].. 1836. 1S72 . Julia Hartnet. In the death of this good man a serious loss has been sustained by the community.. 39 married June 24. Ruth [115]. Hoy Memoranda. 10. Feb. Mass. 1893. where they reside. 19. Oct. 1S69. Charles IV. where they resided. 12. E/sie M. 1S70. April 23. Y. Sarali Sensenfia/i. 17. b. Henry [116]. 1SS6.\ercise of his judgment and a safe counselor with all.//'). b.. 5. m. 1898. 16. Henry Winthrop [hi].arles [120]. 1890. b. b. in Martinsburgh. Mass. March 23. daughter of George and Louisa (Butman) Kendall. in Lewis county.. N. Grace Caroline Louisa [113]. and tolerant of the opinions of others was deliberate and careful He was a model farin the e. b. 26. m. Y. born in March. was born Feb. May 19.. N. son of John [74] and Anna ( Renelay) He married JanJameson. 1866. IN MASSACHUSETTS. Oct. 189S. g.. 100. 182S. No. Feb. m. Jan. but in 1857 removed to La Salle county. •• Mr. lay) Jameson {Jo/m. daughter of George and Dela (Clock) Moryer. 1865.^ THE children WERE: Francis [114]. A/ury Atkinson. 111. 18S5.Jolm > ). Ch. 1S55. ll'. 1859. 14. Y. 1S63. December. Y. Mass. 1S69. Sept. 1S68. 1SS2. W. Sept. 1852. m.'' . Clarence [119].tr/u-r. b. b. 1843. Zura Moryer.\LDO [112]. Cora D. She was uary. Y. 18. Oct. : Edward March. mer and stock raiser and took great pride in the advancement of his cliosen vocation to the great and lasting benefit of his neighbors and the community at large. son of George and Betsey (Shell) Bettinger. Dec. Sept. He married Sept.Jolm ' ). b.. She was born Jan. — The New Hartford. and in the spring of 1865 removed to Beaver. Jameson was a man of extensive acquaintance and many noble qualities. No. was born June 13. Luey Peebles. 1S75. Cooper. Kendall. 1831. m. She married Sept. April 25. 1867. 5. b. N. {John. 10. 1SS2. June 16. Sept. March 9. iSSo. Reference. in Barre.^ Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE [118]. N. 1836.THE JAMESONS 1842. She died in infancy. 8. where Mr. and the evidences of his success in that line remain as a substantial memorial to his memory.. b. Linville S. She was born April 5. 7'^y Zeufett . m. May 28. i88o. 1S53. Jameson died. in Martinsburgh. iSgg. b. 1866. John [117]. July 25. WiLLi. iSgg. . b. N. Review.

was born Nov. — . THE CHILDREN WERi. was born 7. N. They reside in Natick. 1866. IN AMERICA. 1885. 1844. 28. 1S70. Joiiii'^). THE CHILDREN WERE: PHETiE. 1888. iSSS. 1844. b. m. Sarah Sft-U-y. 27.. Feb. Milton [124]. BaUkuin.daughter of Winthrop Nelson [86] and Harriet A. He was They resided N. 14. N.40 THE JAMESONS born Aug. Addie [125]. 1877. [130]. daughter of Darius and Cynthia Hale.yoJm^). Kliz. 7.. (Kendall) Jameson. 1S74. Loniisa WOOdsMameSOn {Winthrop A'elson. 1S98. THE CHILDREN WERE: [1. in Martinsburgh. 30. 14. She married Sept. 13. in Martinsburgh. in Ellisburgh. 7. Y. " George Jemeson "and Mar\ Rev.. THE CHILDREN WERE: Earl \V. Y. in Martinsburgh. 1S97. N. 1S95. : They resided in Pulaski Cora [123]. Mass. N. iSgo. 22. Vale were married Nov. son of Levi May 1864. b. son of Levi [75] and Susan (Gates) Jameson. Presby'". Warner. 109. N. 1S71. Bettinger died Oct. May b. March 5. Feb. 18 16. UoROTHV M. 1S94. was born April 25. 1894.. Nov. in Sandy Creek. 8. b. b. Y. 1S9. daughter [75] and Susan (Gates) He married July 27. Nov. Y. Louisa L. April 28. b. b. and in West INLininsburgh. She died March 20. 1S7S m. 22. in childhood. iS. She was born June 22. Y. b. 27. Daisy Allard.Jchn^X son of Wilbur [104] and Harriet (Hale) Jameson. N. 1866.^ Wint/irop AWso//. April 3. 5.. June Nov. 1889. Harriet Hale.. Amy THE CHILDREN WERE: Jane A. 1S96. Sam.. 10. Y. in infancy. (/«•/. Wesley' Jameson Jameson. Charles W. [129]. 1848. Mrs. 22.Jo/m^). She was born July 9. Bettinger died May 20. where Mr. Oct. 1894. Charles AV/ Jameson {U-Hbur^ Z^-rv. She died May 24. No. Nov. Mass. where they reside. 104. Wilbur^ Jameson {Levi. Edith [126]. 10. He married Nov. 1865.. 189S. No. May . He married Feb. No.She died in childhood. b. She died . of Willard and Louisa (Sayre) Smith. 1893. 28. Jan. 18 in Sandy Creek. 5. by .. in Natick. b. Y. Jan. Daisy Allard. Miles. MaricUe Smith. Leonard. 1871. 103. b. Blaml. was born Oct. [8.v L. 1S74.

18. Register. by Rev'' Wigglesworth. Oct. " Rose JeUlllierSOn " and WUHam Dimlap declared riage Jan. "Samuel Jamison d. M " Mary JeilieSOn " and Sam.MESONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 141.t. i. ^y. rec'' to y'^ communion March 1720-21 from Ireland. I." Hist. ibS. 1748. Vol. 140. "Archibald Jameson was Reference. Vol.— . No.1726. 138. declared intentions of mar- "Robert Jameson" and Janc Pcophs References.— ZT. Mass./// Uran were married April 5. 136.— AV(-(7. 135. p." T/wOTfTJ.f37«<7wV notified in 1753 from Woburn.p. 139. I. " Robert Jamison Reference.T Coujity Hist. "Andrew JemerSOn" riage Feb. 2. 231. No. 133. of C/unieslowH. 18. Hist. were married Sept. 137. m. 142." y(W. Vol. intentions of mar- 1740. " EleilOr JemerSOn of Boston " and Nathanll Harris of Milton declared intentions of marriage Aug. July Reference. . 1769 Life Bu/kr. Gcnal.'' Reference. PPainlct." No. widow.. No. 1743. _=. "by No." IV. 1730. Kegislcr. 1721 in Hamlet Parish. no.-ff/z/Av were married June 5. Moss. "by No. No. " Martlia Jamison S.THE JA._^. rjo." — Records of Ipswich Z"?//. 1722. pp. No. 1733. Benj. "Sally Jameson. ys- E. aged 57. and Mary Hcushaw No. Miles Pres". Pres". 134.— . " Sarah Jamison " and Mr. XXVIII. 343Mass. 2y-. No. 76..td-.A'^^ 20. Mass. Dec. 15.-rt'j-()/Z?«/tf//. Colman.

and especially in York and Bucks counties.xt fifty years under the persecutions of II and James II in their efforts to establish the Church of England in ScotIntermarriages of the Scotch Saxons with the Irish were e. of ." population was largely increased the References. Ireland. when with his two sons. S. had by the Irish rebellions which liad taken place. This emigration commenced in the early part of the eighteenth century. and were a part of that great flood of the Scotch-Irish wliich during the eighteenth century so largely peopled the state of Pennsylvania. No. distinguished for thrift and industry. PENNSYLVANIA. during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. across the narrow strait that separates the two countries.. so that the Scotch race remained nearly as distinct as it was on the day of settlement in Ireland. bo. •'The offer of land and other inducements soon drew a large population. Ireland. 4rb. JaillPS JiUnCSOIlf son of Alexander Jameson. History of Neshaminy Cliitre/i. Robert. was repeopled early in the seventeenth century by immigrants from Scotland. — History of Log College. 143. they resolved to seek new homes across the Atlantic in America. ne.THE JAMESONS IN 1700. A large number of these people landed at New Castle and at Philadelphia. and increased yearly for a considerable time. They were Presbyterians. He emigrated to the county of Gahvay. Scotland. Then proceeding to the interior of the country. History of Bucks Co. Narrative. and built their first church in the county of The Province become well nigh depopulated Antrim Charles land. and after bearing it as long as men of their spirit could endure it. Pa. was born about 1650 in Glasgow. pp. they settled in different parts of Pennsylvania. pp. Ireland.. The in 1613. 417. of Ulster. The valley of the Susquehanna and the lands from the Neshaminy to the mountains north of the Lehigh proved attractive and were occupied by these newcomers. In the course of time persecution followed these Scotch people into the land of their exile.xceedingly rare. p. 2iy. where he married and lived till about 1700. 7. The Jamesons were of those who had descended from the emigrants from Scotland to the Province of Ulster. bi.. which.

Jameson married about 1764. Hellen [161]. Ale. 111. and married and they resided in York county. pany with his father. Va. [155]. where they both died.Isaac Davis. m. and later in Jefferson Co. 147. .ytfwfj^). Nancy [159]. and many other things which might be of interest. Jameson died April 6. William [152]. : He THE CHILDREN' WEKF. Memoranda. son of John [145] Jameson. where" Mrs. THE children WERE: Thom. Whom he married. m. was born in York county. was born Nov. Albemarle Co. d. "The Jamesons have a strong passion for learning. No. A. and Mrs. Jcimes MclVilliams." No. he sailed America. Ky. Thomas' Jameson (Jc/'//. ni.^ She was born in 1742 in Loudoun Co. '^ Haimah Taggart John [148]. Charles Perrin. are to the writer unknown.Sa. . Va. b. AUoke.-ibncr Bin/ . and they probably died there.. EzY/iiu. Jameson's parents lived in Glasgow... 7. ^ Jane Dickey : m. Va. Their only son married Jane Jameson [158]. Abner Bird. was born in 16S0 the county of Galway. 1745. She was born April 2... 1775. Jane [158].. b..Jo/m. io. 146.. Pa. 43 for whom nothing further is known. 1732. Oct. ni. Scotland. Thonhs Nov. Samuel Glasgow. and as a family cherish their gentleness of blood as of great value. ni.. It has been stated that. b. b. April 6. Mr. where Mr. 1S30. on the Susquehanna river. .^nder [146]. son of John [145] Jameson. He married and they resided at the foot of the Blue Ridge. near Charlottesville. He came to America about 1700 in comhis brother. Margaret [162]. 1773. daughter of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) No. Robert Jameson. I7i6. Hannah Jameson died Jan. Jane [150]. James Jameson.\s [151]. 1768 m. m. He married in 1756. Thfey landed and settled in the southern part of Pennsylvania. Mary [157]. Mrs. whether there were children beside the two sons mentioned. William [156]..muel [149]. Jo/iii Holrombe. . He went South. in York Co. Ireland. 7. Martha m . m. John Jameson - in {James^). Beltv Harris.. THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. the children were: Samuel [153].Hanna/i Taggart. ni. Elizabeth A/cWilliams. resided in Virginia. to 7. Pa. 145. 1 . 1764. removed to Christian Co. 10. Katharine [i6o].. and John. 1816. They resided in Albemarle and Franklin Cos. 1S30. [147]. Alexander ' Jameson (. Thomas Sheltoii.James^).'i766. He went Tennessee. Pa. ^ Jane Dickey. Jane Jameson died in 1763. George Kerhy. son of James [143] Jameson. 1770. Abnek Bihu [150] his cousin. They resided in Georgia. not far from the present city of York. Mr. Mr. John [154].. 1830. Oct. b. in Ireland. 1732.x. m. b. b. Ind. 1779.

" Jameson. IN AMERICA. Va. Sept.. John Jameson [154]. He lived at one time near a stream called " Pig River. May.. leaving descendants who were much respected.. i?iOi. through the Campaign that ended July 9.'^ Afaiy Moore. She married ^/v/tv i?/.. d. Skelton [157] had a son./. was born in Albemarle Co. m. Balis Tacket. and his wife. Mr.. 1806. Jameson's son. Samuel Jameson [153]. was in the Army of the Revolution. and was with Washington when he took command of the army. Mr. 410. was born in 1768 in Virginia. McWilliams [155] had two daughters. 111. He married Albemarle Co. May 10. II : d. d. Feb. 1790.Jamcs').Jamcs^). 1865. b 1S07 . 158. tion. . who lived near Wagoner Station. [170]. Soon after his marriage he settled in Georgia. 3. Alexander Jameson [146]..44 THE JAMESONS . 29. Mass.. Rhoda [166]. also served in the Army of the Revoluand later settled in Madison Co. Va. Sept. b. Elizabeth [169]. Ky. Miami Co. July 3. Mrs. where Mr. Dec. and the other married a Mr. Thomas [164]. A Samuel Jameson is It is not known what became of him. in Braddock's defeat. ' Bird married -Isaac Davis. in 18 1 5. [167]. son of Abner and Jane (Jameson) Bird [150]. No. son of Alexander [146] Jameson. 1755. Jameson was a Virginia planter. June 27.. Mrs. Albemarle Co. Mrs. son of Alexander Albemarle Co. 1843.-. Sally Humphreys. 1S67." in Franklin Co. . Jameson's son. d.pp. Jane Jameson. '^Catherine m. Humphrevs. d. ni. 17S1 Huffman . and he may have been the one who accompanied Washington in 1775 to Cambridge. 151. I Lucy No.. References. Ind. m. under Washington. Va. Jo/m. 16.. Thomas Skelton. m. b. where his brother. Ruchel Tann. [165]. who had served in the War of the Revolution. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Alexander Hamilton Arthur. '^ . Polly married a Mr. b. b. Ind. in Cambridge. 1809. N. Oct. X//.. Fitzgerald. m. Mr. S. He was born in Virginia. 17S3 m. H. Samuel A'oss. where he died. m. He married and they resided. 1866.Aug. mentioned in 1786 as an inhabitant of Lisbon.imiu-l C. Bird died. 17S7.^ Jolm^. 1S60. was born in ETclina Alcokc. and other children who lived in Hendricks Co. In his early manhood he went out with tlie militiamen.— ^rt. 1775. d. Alexander Hannah Memoranda. They resided near Charlottesville. was residing. daughter of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) Jameson. 407. Ky. Mr. Daniel Roe. Jane' Jameson {Thomas-^ John:. Vol. THE CHILDREN WERE George Balis Susan [168]. Jameson then removed to a place near Charlottesville. four children were born. Va.-/)' Town Papers of New Hampshire. Thomas' Jameson [146] and {A/cxandc-.. They resided in Kentucky. While resident there. 12. 1 Caihe April 2. 12..Jamcs^). William ' Jameson (Alexatidcr.. Va. m. Mrs.. died. [163]. Morrison. in Bath Co.

Newton. Va.2. Holcombe's son. 1838.Jamcs^). 1837. July Nathaniel. daughter of John and Ann Norris. 14. in Franklin Co. Va. Ma. THE CHILDREN WERE: Abner. They resided in Indiana. Glasgow died in 1870. Aug. daughter of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) Jameson.March 9. John. Mrs. Thomas died unmarried He resided in I . Indiana. William R. 7. Glasgow died Aug. where Mr. Jan. Perrin died in 1S50. 1S14.. Sayles. Mr. Jane. ter Mr. She was married Oct. Glasgow died born Feb. 1845. Feb. THE CHILDREN WERE: He J. son of Samuel and Mary (Stephenson) Glasgow. the CHILDREN WERE: Rhoda. Kentuck)'. iSoi. 2. 1833.. 2S. Madison. Hannah. They resided in 1770 in Franklin Co. Louisa Jane.. 163. daughter of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) Jameson.^ John. They had eight children. Charles Feniii. Thomas..111.I John. Ellen A. 1813. d. b. Thomas Holcombe. 1834.. No. 1797 . Franklin Co. Mr. eldest son of Samuel and Margaret (Jameson) Glasgow. Nancy. Aug. He was born Sept. Ephraim Glasgow. viz. Aug. Elizabeth. 1779. ... Va. was born Oct. : She the children weke Grimes. Sarah N'orris. 25. 4. b. was born in 1773 in Franklin Co.Jamcs^). 1777. They resided in Russellville. Mary Ross. about 1792. . 17. 27. d. daughter of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) Jameson. Va. b. daugh- No. 160. Memoranda.'^ James^ in ). his cousin. b. Margaret^ Jameson {Thomas? John. She married. Hebbard John S. THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. She married Samuel Glasgow. b. was born married John Holcomhe. m. Mrs. Thomas. Ky.. b. Glasgow died in 1864. b. Junes. Mr. married of Samuel and Hannah (Jameson) Ross [165]. George. 1835. Thomas. Agnes. Ephralm. iS-.: Juliana.. They resided in Virginia. Kadiarine^ Jameson {Thomas? John. No. 1863. 1872. Elizabeth. Two Daughi Memoranda. and died in Iowa. 18. . July 23. 1832. Maria. 159. NtlllCy^ JjlllieSOIl {Thomas. David. in Maryland. 27. in Kentucky.

Jameson married "Rachel Tann. 1S4S. b.1/ 1 • el Will:mson. EH^aleth Tees. in Franklin Co. 18.. She was born Aug. Feb. Mary Jameson was beautiful in person. She died in childhood. \ : 1856. 1843.James').. 1842. LuciNDA [174]. . 1S59. Mr. b. b Sept. 16.. d. married Ellen A. 1812. Memoranda. . i. d. \'a. 1839 Margaret J. of ready wit. being orphans.. 29. Nov. Mr. ll'illiam. Harding. where Mrs. in Jefferson Co. She was born Feb. 17. Oct. b. when a young girl. b. h. children were seven of the first. 2. 1839. [178].. 1S97. . Ind. 23. Afary Moore. Ind. in daughter of William and Margaret Hebbard. 1817. They resided in Miami Co. 1S92. 1843 in northern Indiana. 21. 25. 1776. Jameson died Jan. They resided up to iSio.1 Elizabeth A. Glasgow is a merchant of the firm W. Ethvin N. June 9. 1871. b. eldest son of Ephraini Glasgow.^ John. He married Oct. 164. Jan. where Mr. Indiana. resides in Eldon. 1866.. 17S3. 17S4.: 1. viz. He married Dec. 1839. April 23. and two of the third marriage. 1856. No. none of the second. Lnciiida. . M. 1S05. March 14. James M. b. 4. m. b. daughter of William and Sally (Stakham) Humphreys. Nov. Thomas [176]. \'iho where Mr. and had rare musical gifts. 1S61 d. 1886. 1872: Stella A. m. 1849. She was born Aug. Robert. m. Sa/Iy Hiimjhrexs. July 18. son of Thomas [147] and (Taggart) Jameson. b. iSii m. J.. m.46 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. A. k\^\». was born May 10. was born May 10. 1S42 Samuel [172]. Willi. 1810. in Garrard Co. Julv 25. June 22. John Corby. m. 13.. d. 1S07 m. Mrs. William R. 1S03. Subsequently the brother was accidently killed by the falling of a tree.. Feb. b.. Feb. May 28. 1809. b. 5. 10. Feb. Jan.' Jo/i/t. b. Hebbard. & Son. Jameson's Mrs.James ^)\ son of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) Jameson. June 30. 1875. in Albemarle Co. 1899. b. m... Va. Their children were as follows: Matthew H.. d. 1S39. 1864. d. No. and Joh/i. 12. Martha Wildman d. 1870. Margaret C. Glasgow Samuel Glasgow. ThOIIhlS^ Jameson (Thomas. Tan. d. They reside in Osgood. Ireland. Dec. 4. 7. July 24. 26.aret. [iSo]. 1873. 1S37. Sept.. 1865 Nov. 1801. b. 15. d. 1S39. with her brother. of Osgood. 9. John Allen [177]. and Mr. Clark m. and after in County of Downs. Charlotte A. m. William Bi d.1837. Oct. Feb. b >[arch 17. 28. Mary Jameson died. 1783.. Bain [171] had nine Rhoda. 1843. d. Mr. Robinson . Jan. 1831. Hannah the children were: Love Humphreys 6.1840. 1842. March 20.. : John C. b. b. 163. 1S50. Glasgow. They resided in Covington. i860. children. R. iSSS. Ky. 12. 1839.: Samuel.Sept: .Uari. Ind. Mrs. Mary. m. Ind. b. Feb. Sarah E. a cousin. who died. 11. Jameson died June 27. Thomas J. -ElizaliitA K. Thomas. March 7. April 12. 7. b. m. William R. 3. Dec. 18. m: Sally [175]. THE CHILDREN WERE: Margaret [171].\iAtV^ imiiemvi {Thomas. Aug. [179]. 25. II. July 5. Mary Moore. 20. . Alexander Huffman Elizabeth 1S15. 1S50. Jameson married ^ ^ Catharine Hit fi'ma II. la.. March 6. 24. Aug.. 1S79. 1866. Ky. 1843. May 17. July 15. 1877. Jesse Jr. Row. Jameson died May A\ed in 1852. Rhoda [173]. 1845.. Oct. Dec. dMarch 7. came in 1790 to America. m. Charles A". d. Hamilton Duff.. June 2. b.

Sept. ." He kept an open house and entertained all the preachers who came along. Ky. Oct. 16. 1853. 28.. Mary Moore [187]. June 27. and Sally. 1853. daughter of Thomas [147] and Hannah (Taggart) Jameson. Jan. or as they call themselves. Dec. in Franklin Co. and Mr. 1865. The older ones were very religious. April iS. Jameson moved. and settled in Jefferson Co. 29. 7. March 20. was born Aug. i. Sept. 1787. with plenty of money to spend freely. James Monroe [186]. Regular services were held in his house donated several acres of land and a beautiful grove. 1S47. Kohert P. Her surviving children still talk about the many old songs she used to sing. James Custer. to what is known as Campbellism. m. Christians or Disciples. b. b. Mr. Perry. 1S50. 1786. 1S48. 1807 m. 17. Lvdia T/ionipson\ d. 16. iSig Sarah [184]. Barton W. . June 20. d. b. Jameson was a remarkable woman." It has been said of them. 20. and in Ripley Co. 1S17 ni. 1844. was a great reader of the Scriptures. 7. b. by Rev. 1S12. Cray d. 1S08. July 28. She married Sept. 165.. She was an authority on all matters of housekeeping. 2 Marv Jane Hoicombe. She loved her home. Eliza Hilllwuse\ d. 1849. Jan. or her advice. From such a home she came with her husband to live in the woods of Indiana. The Jamesons as a family have active. b. reared in a Southern family of wealth. his wife. After the deaths of their parents the sons and daughters all drifted to Indianapolis. b. Ind.. Samuel Ross.. thoughtful minds.. Ross died Mrs.. 47 .THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Ind. Thomas [182]. b. where through a long he was a strong support to that church. The Jameson family have been characterized as having "great gravity and quietness of manner.. 6. Berry Robinson Sulgtove.Jamcs^). Oct. 1846. m. Pa. A\mcv Maria Dec. 1S14. with originality of thought. and a fine singer. 25. m. Feb. She was bright and witty. 6. But she became religious as was her husband. Memoranda.. Ky. with a crowd of slaves to wait her bidding. m. 18S6. Nov. 22. 6. 9. '^ Holcoml-e. 1896. was a fine talker. " They think a great deal and say very little.Jan. b.. April 16. Sept. and often men of affairs. love of knowledge of every kind. 1S14. which has been called ever since " Old Liberty. Oct. b. Nancy. Catherine Haun. Ind. 1S39. m. E'leanor Steele. Mary. IsoM. 22. Patrick Henry [185]. Mr. d. THE . where Mr. 1826. given to dancing and other pursuits of pleasure. . 1S50. June 13. iSio. wherein he and his sons and some of the neighbors built with their own hands. Strong in feeling and emotion but reserved in expression. m. an Episcopalian. m. 3. Hannah'' Jameson (T/mmas." life until he No. and how at a very advanced age she learned and practised a new system of notes. and men and women came from all around the settlement to obtain her opinion. quick in temper but cherishing no malice. winning in her manners. 1825. Aug. b. 1832. April 23. They Betsey (Gordon) Rcss. Jau. Thomas Hohomhe. d. b. Lucy [183]. Stone. They were married in Garrard Co. b. 1824. 1824. a neat little church. m. 1864. 1821 m. care of the sick and nursing. 1806. Jan. Katharine. May 6. taking the lead in the communities where they live. resided in Garrard Co. Jameson was a Presbyterian of the strict Scotch type. She was devotedly fond of her husband and her children. and to converse with her. Ross died Feb. 1S29.. Mrs. son of Ambrose and He was born Feb. and on Sundays gave dinners to those who came from miles away to attend public service. Jameson was no exception in these respects.. in Virginia. 1892. CHILDRE. 1835. Alexander fiSi]. April 29.N' WERE: 23. Maria Butler. and there became converts. David Watts'.^ John.

March 7. Jan.. who wei west in early life and settled in Hillsboro. 22. m. Va. Watts died Nov. July 27. Humphreys died in September. June 17. Ore. 1S46.\ leaving a widow and a large family of children. Dec. Jane Steele. Mrs. . Hannah. m. A.. Humphreys died at forty-si. b. Gordon. Thomas Holcombe. Ind. Oct. 20.«//)' Bdle Record. 3. Ind.. b. James Marshall. m.I^ec. Humphreys died Oct. 2.. 14. b.— (?/(/ /".. April 13.. b. m. and her sister. Reference. Mary Mc(jonnei. m. John. Nov. Samuel. 1843. Jamei B. New now resides. as shown in the management of her business affairs and her family.. Robert. Ind. 1877. Her husband.. Her husband. Humphreys. 1893. Marshall. d. . 1892. Jethio 1819. 1S9S. Jefferson Co. m. a daughter of Mr. b. m. Walter Craig. where he became eminent as a lav . 1847. 1S53. son of Robert and Susan (Taylor) New. Mr. and near Madison. in Slielby They resided in Ripley Co. Hannah in Iowa. Sept. Mks. 25. 1845. 1843. Samuel Reed. 27. Co..\-ecuti\ force. 15. d. 1802. Jared. Sept. 1826. Nancv {Ross) Watts was Ijorn in Garrard Co. 1855. 1S4S. d. b. Nancy (Holcombe) Gould. 8. d. 6. m. Jethro New. 23. David Walts. d. and great e. b. in Albemarle Co. David Seward. m. Irving Fielding. Xew. 1859.^ John'^ Jamcs^). Araminta Jane. 1815. 15. Martha Anne.h. was born Dec. She married Samuel Cabell Humphreys. Their children were: /som. Dec. Mary Hdlis... 15. 1874.. m. 1855. 1851. 1900. Taylor. Elizabeth (Ross) New was born in Garrard Co. THE CHILDREN WERE: Love Cabell. Aug. J. /•>(i«iyj Zci'. wealthy. Sept. ti. RhOdil^ JailieSOU {Thomas. 10. William Henry Harrison. 1850. N. 3. 18S2. b. 1825. 1836. strong will. in Rochester. Sept.. They resided Madison Co. William Henry Harrison. the oldest son.all. Ky. m. Ky. m. Hanmili. IsOM Ross.. March 7.. 17. Dec.. Ky. 1873. Memoranda. Harvey Crapton. daughter of Thomas [147] and (Taggart) Janneson. ni. May 3. i.1790. May. resides in Logansport. in Owen Co. : Oct. m. b. 31. Ky. Sept. Henry Cloud.. 1837. IN AMERICA. Eliza Reed. son of William and Sarah (Stakham) Humphreys. and influential citizen of Madison. Memoranda. 1S41 d. Ind.. Nancy Moore. April 24. b. Elizabeth. Aug. 1828.. Thomas.xcept Thomas D. b. Thomas Dabney. June 23. 1829. and Mrs. 1834. was born Oct. Rachel Cummings. Perry. d. i. 1866. where in Mrs. i. William Reyuerson. b. Feb. m. Elizabeth Oliver. Miss Catherine Holcombe. Watts died Jan. m. 1S59. He was born 1782 in Albemarle Co. Mr. Mrs.THE JAMESONS Ii6. No. was born Oct. May 20. Ind. Philemon Vazvtcr. Mrs. Emma Dodds. 8. ni. 1S39. b. 1837. resides in Rochester. Dec. became a much respected. He died in infancy. Ky. The sons all died in early manhood e. Va. 1831. d. '1862. where Mrs. Susan. July II. 24. 18S4. m. son of Mason and Deborali (Ryl<er) Watts. 1S54. Sept.Hillts. Humphreys w-as a woman of intellectual ability.'/«0'. Their children were Rhoda. Rev. 166.. March 24. 1887. He died Feb. Ind. Mr. 1833. 1828. Oct. Mrs. Goodwin. b.

Harriei Cui-. Mr. Henry Frills. 14. b. Thomas and Rhoda Jameson. i\Ir. 2. Jan. Albemarle Co. JA^IKSO. Martha Anne Hu. She was born in Charlottesville. Rev. ..rrii-. Robert Crawford. 18.x Co. "Maria Eliza Arthur..\rril i. and died. Mr.. July 18. 23. 1S71. ni. . b. Ky. Hi. Oct.THE yer. They res ded the greater part of their marritil life in Kentucky. b. Vawter. brother and sister. They resided in Covington.. IVilliaui H. Jan. 5 . Mrs.rrai. He went West. Wai. 1S62 m. resides in Covington. 1S94. Ky. C. Mr. 1SS6.i. 1S94. i860. Dec.james^\ son of Thomas [151] and Evelina (Alcoke) Jameson. b. Ky.MS IN PliNNS^LVAN A. at-law. Va. 167. son of Beverley and Elizabeth (Crawford) Vawter. daughter of and Elizabeth (Conn) Logan. 1867. b. Mrs. Ind. b. Boone Co. b. m. Jameson married in 1848. February. Mr. 1S95. Maud Carhr. April 30. Sa. b.. 1807. i8jS m.b. Ky. It'il/iam A. 186S ni. 16.n [190]. Mr. May. near Charlottesville. of age. 29. b. S. in Jefierson Co. He was a brilliant scliolar.xture of the gay and lively nature of the Humphreys witli the staid gravity of the Jamesons has aftbrded an interesting study in the character of their descendants. They had four children. 1S57 m. Washington. Oct. Ky.ier Thomas Pkeiimw Mary \V.VniiiiR [189].^ joim. 185S. He lived to be over eiglity years Tlie cldldreii were all remarkable for their fine lool<s and noble bearing. . Ind. was born Jan. Mass. 1SS4. MiLLlKEN was born in Richmond Station.\y 2S. and were strong in their Southern sympathies during the War for the Union. resides in Covnigton.' viz.ER L. 1S55. Logan. was born in Jeft'^rson Co. They reside at Xo. Harris was born in Boone Beverley Humphreys. gi-aduated from Eminence College. 1S92 Hcllie Vawter. Ei.i9ij. Cathaiine R. m.. Mrs. Sue married I'hiUiiion I'awtcr. Va. Mrs. Nov. Her husband was the son of Leonard Hugh and Mary Laomia Moody) Milliken was born Sept. d. 29. Co.viphrevs. : Samuki. 1S49. Joyce. b. Jan. An^ie Scott. 2. 16. where they resided. and in 1900 the only survivor. the youngest child. b.EX. luly 22. iS. leaving a son. She was born in Covington. sister and brother. July 16.^ Alexander. Aug. 1S8S . THE CHILDREN WERE: Al. Maurice M. 1S78. his only son. i\IlLLlKEX received her education partly in Boston. b. .. and the admi. I 49 and as a judge distinguished for Ids ability. daughter of William and Eliza (Parsons) Arthur. Ky. 1847. Anna Maria . l. ir.VM. Jaines'Lewis Henderson. He married ^Catharine R.iza [193]. b. married Sally and Samuel Humphreys. Milliken is an attorney( . Vawter died Oct. 1895..muel H.:an [188]. Vawter was one of the most prominent ministers of the so-called Church of the Disciples. 1741 F street. . Humphrey. He was born Jiuie 22. Her mother's family were reared in the South. Hamimi. Joyce died in 1881. 1856. 2. 1S76. Ky. Jameson died Dec. May 3.' No. June 21. M.NuwErii [194]. b.\rcuirice Humplircys. Hawes. Ahner Jackson. [192]. . Jameson died June 6. 1S61. in Tennessee. 1S54 m. resides in Chattanooga. Jameson died April 2. Va... d.VLLIE Bevi^rlEY.. Joyce died leaving a son. and the orator of his class. Rev. I'a-wlcr. Harris. Tenn. b. Their only child is Rhoda Jameson. 1848. Philemon Claude Vawter. D. . She had three children: Edwin . Alexander Hamilton^ Jameson {T/wmas. -Mrs. Millilccii. June 19. 1882. April 1841 . in Fairfa. 1S19.. Mrs.

married the daughter of Jasper and Malinda (Boyd) Clayton.. 1S12. 20.— 77/e- Commen-ial Tribune.x- ander [163] and Mary (Moore) Jameson. 172.sMN [195]. Aug. Eliza [203]. James Halts [197]. 25.:ii:ri. Sept.. . Tuesday. MiLIA [200]. and A..a [207]. was born in Albemarle Co. Ky. m. [202]. 'jo/iii M. 1S43. m. but counting an odd scrap of paper found in the bo. Va. rj:. She was born in Virginia. Letcher. m. b. Jameson was the city clerk. b. b. t''^ corner-stone of the City Hall was laid with appropriate ceremonies. Jo/ni M. Jameson. Memoranda. Bet/ie Palmer. m.'. 1867. where Mr. [198]. Amanda IValsoii. 1899. 1S50.." Alexander. d. 1S2.x taken from the corner-stone of this old City Hall when being demolished August.. Robert P. AV/Z/f Clayton. George Balis William ^ Jameson {WHliam. THE CHILDUEX WERE: Mary [203]. 1S24: m. as appears from attested copies ot city records found on deposit in a tin bo. Class. Jameson died Dec. m. Eliza Jane Alfred J. the council voted it e. 1S40. m. They resided near Owensboro. where he si:)ent the remainder of his of the city of Covington took action Jan. Afary Class.' Ri. 1S30.50 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Grant. Walson.DUEX WERE: EnsnA Wn. One stating that John Tyler was then president of the United States. Jameson died July '5. SainiieP Jameson {Alexander. [205]. in 1843.. RoiiERT Ale.Jamcs^).' Thomas..K. In the When the Common Council Covington. No. Ciueinuali. m.Jolm. preparatory to the erection of a handsome modern building. 25. Oct. thirteen . i8ov He married June 9th. and. ni. No. Mr. b. was born July 15. 1877. the second son. Mr. Cal. RoiiKRT Ai. a copy of the city charter and various documents. to child.James^\. 1). 1839. mayor of the There were thirteen different city of Covington. Daviess Co.xaxder Jamesox. uSiS. Tikimas [206]. Jameson in 1899 is living. Martha Wildnian. also. Ky. Dec. b. 19. Memoranda. Was this odd scrap of paper placed there to avoid the unlucky number of relative to building a court-house. James Balis Jajiesox. WiHiam Smitli.e Emily Wn. 1S14. 1S42. when on the 24th of June. b. Elizabeth Wilson.Jolm:. son of He married [152] Jameson. 1S16. THI-: Mrs. daughter of Benjamin ^^'ilson. Mr. is residing in San lose.EiAM [201]. Martha [204]. 19. CHll. son of Ale. 1S26.\ there were fourteen.WMiEK [ig6].xpedient to erect a suitable building on the public square for the use of the city to be called the City Hall. when his parents died. the next younger brother. Samiiet Hardy. 1831.S. GeiiRi. [ameson was an only autumn of 1834 he went days. They resided in Virginia until 1S15. 29. Oluo. Alkkrt G. 1842. Jameson died Oct. probaljly younc.Jones. b.\ce. things in all. In this tin box were found gold and silver coins. H. at the age of 85 years. Mr. then removed to Bath Co. Ky. Nancy [199]. 1S56. governor of Kentucky: Moses V. Kiuu.iSgg. 168. and when on the following Sept. city clerk. 20.

April 20.. Le-tus. Pariish m.^ John. Mariiia Jane. d. Kas. iSoS. of A. Oia IV. Gerald V. Parrish married 2 John resided in Kansas. Elgia V. they have one child. 8. 16. They reside in Woodward Co.. 1S37. 4. lESON. March 16. m. reside. Henry Long. in Kentucky. . . daughter of Hugh A.. in Kansas. was a son of John L and Lucy (Yager) Parrish. 1S75. Dec.d-!. 1850. She married March 14. 1900. 1869. 1839. iS 'uly July 12. in Ross Co. Mr. 1846. 29. m. 8. . Nov. Gould.. 10. 1846. He was born Jan. RllOda ^ Jameson {Alexander. . 28. Elysia L. James E. (Holcombe) Gould [165] he was born July 2. Marcarei-. She died in childhood December. in Holstein. Sept. 1867. Sept. D. b.THE JAMESONS IN' PENNSYLVANIA. LllCillda^ Jameson {Ale. Ind. son of John and Katrina Hein. a son. 17. The children of the first marriage were: Alexander H. b. 1S74. 184S. 1S65. in West Virginia. PkoJa L. 1S6S.. 1894. Green and Eliza Vinson she was born August. d. b. Tiic. Reder reside in Bunkerhill. Ky. . Jan. and Hugh D.^ John. 173. 1893.. May 28. 1898. Okla.aret. Sept. Myrta Elma. 1841 m. THE CHILDREN WERE: William. Hcin. Kicliard Xewlcn ReJcr. 1S44. b. 1874. Lincoln C. Floreme B. . Ma^^ie D. Sept! 26. Ohio. 4. Cecil Jameson. Okla. P. 1S82. res. 29. There were seven children M. and Sarah J. : Ann May Duff. 1810. d.. Jan. He was born Dec. 5.son Co.i.. Mary ... 1S56. Kas. Elisha L. 1875. 6.James ^). Lewis she was born Sept. 1S96. who married Martha Jane Duff. Mvrta E. Nov. 1885. Mrs. Wilkinson died Jan. 174. Aug. 9. m. 1836. dau. . i. They resided in Miami Co.. and Mrs. Vinson. June 25.. June 10. 21. 1851. 15.h.. I'i. Ind. b. 1837. July 8.. 14. 21. in Kingfisher. Apiil 5. 21. b. He died in boyhood. (Radcliff) Wilkinson. the children were: Nov. Duff died April 7. b.. Hein.. was born Feb. Alexander H. in Wil. . Mrs. 1838. 5.. May 19. Duff died Nov. b. b. They resided in Mexico. in Lancaster. 1855. near Madison. William James Reder. They Mrs. b. Ind. Burxs. Oct. 1843. who married Sarah He was born Elizabeth (Elliot) Burns. m. Okla. 1S70. 1895. Cecilia Riggs.\ico. 25.James '). 27. "l Jan. b.M. 1900. 1892. 30. m. b. Dec. b. March i. 1846? John Mi. in Nelson Co. No.vandt-r. Nov. Mr. b. b. and have two children. Ky. John W. 25. 1872. daughter of Alexander [163] and Mary (Moore) Jameson. iS. 15.s Jameson. 2. 1S49. was a son of Peter Ross and They 29. 1S9S. 7. 1871. resides No. Jamea A...* Thomas. May 25. Oct. 7. Aug. 1810. New Me.. She married William Wilkinson. Nov. 1S43..h. b. Mo. Jan. Feb. 1869 m. son of Solomon and Elsie He was born Jan. 1807. b. 184S m. 18S1. Memoranda. in Kansas. 30. Mari. r. Logansport. Wilkinson died Feb. ' John IT. Dec. Custer Co. 1888. No. d. in Custer Co. 1873. Sept. Rums. 1871. Kas.ke. daughter of Alexander [163] and Mar)' (Moore) Jameson. b.. Ind. 23.\. 26.. 1866. 1S76.. Parrish. . 1S40. John McTaggart. Hamilton Duff. Feb. 1425 Erie avenue. was born Dec.'' Thomas. Frances Hayes. Feb. . son of William and Sarah (Hamilton) Duff. 11. May 19. 1S6S d. they reside in Koswell. 1S42. Sept. Peter Ross. Elma. 1S97. Viola A. b. and were divorced October. . Aug. March i. m. Okla. Sarah Axx. b. 1888. 1S-2. Germany. He was born in Kentucky. John P. . res. Sept. in Nelson Furnace. Ja:ms E. He died in early manhood. where Mr... 25. they have one child. son of James and Nancy E. b. in Henry Co.

M. in Brown Co. 1879. July 1 1. Lcr^e. Samtki. his uncle. Ky. 15. June 25. Kas. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Sally '^ Jameson (Ak. 23. b. 16. 2. b. in Ross county. 1S54. Wilkinson. m.Feb.Janies^).. Wilkinson in Mexico. Ky. Ciiase Co. March 4. daughter of Alexander [163] and Mary Moore Jameson.. S"Lii\iciN [212]. b. [2og]. Jameson died in 1S50. in California. Mooney. Mrs.'^ Jamcs^). m. Alkxaniier [210]. 16..James"-). I'i&o. b... Oct. Oct. Ohio. No. S. died Nov. C. 1S56. 1843. Ky.xa/uh-r. 1861. Mr. Mrs. 1S39. Ind. liec. Nov. near Madison.. \vas born March 17. b. b. 175. 176. IV. Sept. 1839. Nov. Ihomas. Emtna Shock. d. b. Stephen A.Mi\ I213J. 1817. Wilkinson died. 1SS2. THE CHILDREN WERE: Sarah [208]. 14. \m\. a son of Samuel Jameson and Cecilia (Riggs) Wilkinson.^ John. where Mr. Ji>si Wii Kl^^. son of Alexander [163] and Mary (Moore) Jameson. He died Sept. 1S71.52 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Dec.. No.. son of Alexander [163] and Alary (Aloore) Jameson. 30. Loretta Van Hook. was born July 25. Li i.'' Thomas. lives with him. iS. 15. near Madison. 1S73. No. 1870. daughter of Solomon and Elsie (Radcliff) Wilkinson.* Thomas. and Thomas Jameson Willcinson. 1845. 1812.^ John. Thomas" Jameson {Alexander.lX [214]. p. John Allen Jameson (Alexander. He married Afary Wildman. 1815. 1874. -^ . R. resides in Elba.'^ Mary Ann. Kas. Ind. SrsAN [211]. Mr. near Madison. C/iaiics . She was born April 3. 1857. Ohio. 12. Memoranda. Jameson died June 30. 1 . They resided in Miami Co. 27. 15. Griffith . He married Jan. son of Solomon and Elsie He was born in Ross Co. 177. 1S41.^ John. Jameson died Dec. iS^8. They resided (Radcliff) Wilkinson. T. b. was born Sept. 18. rS52 m. 18 13. She married Jesse Wilkinson. 1S4S m. 1S37 . m. J/argaref Wilkinson.

From childhood he was religiously inclined. 1842. Sakmi \i. He married Dec. April 3. He was also good hymns.i. M I M He Memoranda. m. and served with great fidelity and usefulness to the close of the war.mphrev' . b. He died in early life. -j^/Zirt/v//. then recently estabthe frontier. b. He was much interested in the study of flowers. Jameson was born on and was associated with founders and early minisamong whom were Revs. m. 1S49. 1884. Ohio.ly. 1S46. Alexander Campbell. May 16. 3. and when only eighteen years old preached his first sermon on Christmas day in 1S29.ii. 1S62. 16. lqve Hu. June 21. She died May 26. Barton VV. 17. b. Indianapolis.i/\i:i 11 AKV [231]. m.Ks Thomas [234]. where Mrs. THE CHILDREN WERE: Alexaniikr Ci. Ind. b. iS6S. and familiar with pioneer life. Ind. 1S58. 1SS8. Mr. AV'///jw/.. diana Volunteers. 5.k ]. April 23. He preached a writer of Christian his last sermon in December. Ri. A'. Dec. Elizabeth M. 1S55. ii.\vki. 1820.iUi. She was born Jan.i\ [229]. March 31. in Wooster. 1879. b. Stone. Rev. Laviiiia Belle Scoll. 31. or Disciples. and was much admired as a singer. June 14. chaplain of the Seventy-ninth regiment. and a thoughtful student of the Bible. Dec. William Wallace. 1816. 1S43. 15. his manner was impressive. Ind. Jan. after more than sixty years of gospel ministration.\ [232]. Feb. Aug.i r. 22. 1841. iSgi. b.i. and became an expert in botany. 31. 4. She was born Nov. 1892. Gk. Clark. Jameson died. ^ Elizabeih M. later in Madison.vrk [228].THE JAMESONS in IN PENNSYLVANIA. They resided at No. its | ters. Ind. 1S62. Mr. daugliter of William and Elizabeth (Sourbray) Clark. Eliw Ai. b. 1852. in Dayton. CiiAKi. Indianapolis. m. 53 Jefferson Co. 1SS2. 6. daughter of George and Rebecca Gazzam (Jones) Robinson. and his voice magnetic. and in 1842 he was installed over the First. in 1S62. 1837. 1S40.i. Ind. 1SS3. 1609 Ash street. Jameson for several years was settled as pastor of a church in Dayton. a Greek scholar. He was appointed. Ohio. Dec.ii Lo\ K [233I. Jameson died April 12. and others of like faith. died Aug. Dec.. Aug. Mr. Jameson married Sept. \ R..i\sMX [230]. Jameson was an earnest and eloquent preacher. He had rare musical gifts. Mr. now the Central. They resided in Madison. b. Mr. 22. Ohio. 2. Ei. He was identified with a sect called Christians. Rev. Christian church of Inlished. Hknkv SiAiiiAM [235]. Sabriim Jane Sfiipfcv. Elvira Custer.

near Lando. iSSS. Which. b. Nov. Ai. 1S14. q. was accidentally drowned while swimming in the river Rio Grande. Jefferson Co.. as it siul-s \citliin the depths of earth. 1893. Wayne. 7. Jameson was born. They resided in Indianapolis. Mav 17.. i\ [239]. although physically feeble. Mrs. Becomcth riiher us it groweth old.EX \M>I. Ind. Gertrude Carev. iSSS. [240]. Let all to come in deeds of love be dressed. And trust thy God for all. It was here. 1876.. '^ Daniel Farrls. Lceuidas liiizeue [237]. 2g. Oct. a son. One of his poems of merit. entitled Retrospection. Lydia Thompson.v. i. still vigorous in thought.'^ John. Charles Thomas Jameson. Mrs. Dec. b. m. Mrs. concludes with the lines following igoo. after a brief illness. and at the time of his sad death was on his way to Me. daughter of John and Rebecca (Byrkit) Thompson. and from thence. Texas.. His early life was spent on a farm.* Thomas. He settled just across the Ohio river. 1S64. 1S62.iicli 27. Since eighteen years of age he had been a contributor to the local papers. He was a very . m. at No. Thomas Jameson. THE CHILDREN WERE IRENK Viola i : [236J. Jefferson Co. 1845. A few weeks later.meson's father. Ind. two years before Indiana was admitted to the Union as a state. 1886. i6og ' ' The page tfiat hears the penciVs impress deep. March 24. Mr. Alexander^ Jameson {T/wmas. . 1S64.|. m. She died in early life. d. was born Nov. April 7. einigrated from Virginia to Kentucky. Ash street. and had already made a large and rare collection of specimens. Sept. 1S75. Jameson died. deeply lamented his death and cherish his He was memory as precious. in a place where Madison now stands. Wallace and Miss Jameson. Julia Graydoit. 25. Ind.S4S. ErMiK May [241]. 1S46. b. He married Jan. at I lie first. Jan.1828. b. Ja. may yield more dross than gold. where Mr. h. 6. Its last E''en like a Be to thy felloiij-man a brother true. 3. 27.xico and Central and South America for study and in pursuit of additional specimens along his chosen line of investigation. Ind. Sept. near Madison. 25.Jamcs^). Jameson died Sept. The leaf turned o'er is but a single leaf. mine of precious metal rare. and some of his poems had found their way into prominent eastern magazines. reside. b.vist. 1851 m. Til. But. that Mr. Indianapolis. to the then Territory of Indiana. g. a very gifted young man and full of promise.! : 54 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. iSg3. Marion Co. 1. Henry Lr< V M . he died. Jameson and her two daughters. A wide circle of friends in the city where he lived. 1S75. in 18 10. 1S53. Peace. March 27. be at rest " No. \Ki \ [238]. She was born June 15. Memoranda. Edward Jeffries Richardson M. \Vcbl>. that he might live in a state where slavery did not e. The thought thy son! hath tittered need not be : but let thv sold be like a mine. He was an enthusiastic student of natural history. son of Thomas [164] and Sally (Humphreys) Jameson. May 17. Has room beloio for many a fair design. Young Jameson was also a writer who used his pen with facility and success in both prose and poetry. i\i \s J 111 m. having strong religious sentiments. Jan. m. 181. and in the churches of the state where he was known. June 20. in in ^^'ayne.

and engaged in the Jameson. court-house in Indianapolis. In 1851 he was elected Justice of Peace in Wayne township. 182. and power to disburse. 6. 1839. he held this position by mutual consent of both political partiesHe resigned from the office of township trustee to accept that of county commissioner. five miles west of Indianapolis. came to Indianapolis.* T/i(>//icrs.^ /(>///! . Ind. Notwithstanding the great party feeling that existed during the Civil War. IVIathews. Mr. as it then e. iMr. b. 30. erected all school buildings. Ind. ThomHii^ JlXm^iiOn {T/n>mas. all public moneys belonging to the township. Ind. Mrs.r THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Jameson died June 22. Eleanor Steele. Jameson died Jan. . in 1S42. They resided in Indianapolis. and taught the first public or district school in that city. came in contact. He selected and hired all teachers. He was a lifelong member of the Christian church. and served the people in this capacity until he was asked to serve as township trustee. He married June 27. and had charge of. She was born Jan. Ind. in Jefferson county. constructed and repaired all roads. this was a very important position. daughter of John and Mary (Porter) Steele... son of Thomas [164] and Sally (Humphreys) Jameson. 1817. was born April 16. Under the law of Indiana. which office he held during the building of the ^Marion Co. No. after silk culture. a very excellent educator of the times. taking as tuition what little public money there was and such merchandise or work as his different patrons could spare him. Ind.. His health failing he soon moved from the city to a farm in Wayne township. in Indianapolis. rn [242].xisted. and having limited scliool advantages in liis country home at the age of twenty-three he went to Cincinnati and studied under Professor Afterward he conducted a school which he went to Jefferson Co. in Jefferson Co. a man beloved by all with whom he in Carthage. He was a useful and honored citizen. Ohio.. 1849. 1819./amc-s^). where he lived until his death. tliouglitful boy. 1S54. 55 studious.

m. On-ille Peckham. Butler. Nov. Maria Co. Broadway. Mary Booth Tarkitiqton. April 21. 1886. 4.. 3. Sept. daughter of Ovid and Cordelia (Cole) Butler. 1412 1831. 1853. d. 1854: 111. No. . m. b. 6. 1S72. b. 1851 . 1850. Ind. b. Ind. in Shelbyville. July 17. b. John Mantel Jniiah. 10. Cordelia Cole [249]. Jefferson He married June 20. 19. 18S7. Ind. Monroe township. They reside in Indianapolis. Jan. 21. Jan.^6 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.. March 8. Ovid Butler [248]. . She was born July 5. Feb. THKIR CHILDREN WERE: Mary Sanders [246]. 1S60 ni. 1SS2. Albert Sloo Caldwell. July Anne Maria [247]. 1876.

elected him Commissioner for the State Hospital of the Insane. Mr. mother.— m. I'ol. 400. Biop-af>/iy- Al^plctoit's Cydofa-dio of Am.s. and placing the city finances on a sound basis. Dr. improving its credit. His father and Dr. a long time director and financial agent of liutler college. Dr. and formed a partnership with his old teacher in medicine. and in an amazingly short time won a professional eminence which he maintained for fifty years. and fulfilled an eminent medical service ainong the soldiers assigned and quartered in Indianapolis..-/e'sM!imta/ Cyclopicdh of Am. which was organized in 1849. and his published papers and reports have been of such a character and value that he has a most honorable position and reputaIn 1S61 the Indiana legislature tion among the medical fraternity of the state. which now has nearly a hundred Thus his life has been a very busy instructors and more than a thousand students.. cated. one. a young man of nineteen years. and the founder of Butler college. Jameson. He Dr. different ways he contributed to the welfare and prosperity of the growing city of . Jameson served throughout the War for the Union as military surgeon. He was twice re-elected to this important office for terms of four years. Dr. . Esq. Sanders. About a year later the death of his partner threw a large and increasing practice entirely into the hands of this young physician. In the early years of his professional life he encountered cases of the Asiatic cholera and some other epidemics and critical diseases. and did a very important service in relieving the city of a In heavy debt. p. were intelHgent. until he resigned his position. Ind. She is a lady of interesting qualities. and he accomplished a great deal by enlarging the capacity of these institutions and by bringing their management up to a high standard of excel- and lence. a prominent lawyer of Indianapolis abilities. which he treated with such remarkable skill and success that he very soon had. the committee on finance. in 1849. Sanders. Philadelphia.. Dr.xcellent parentage and ancestry. and for four years taught school in Indianapolis. Jameson sustained himself well in tlie very responsible place. of which body he was a prominent memFor four years he was chairman of ber for six years. Jameson was born of e. including the hospitals for the insane and for the blind for the deaf and dumb. and later. Jameson for many years was identified with the educational interests of the He was for the development of its schools and higher institutions of learning. Biography. and of varied and distinguished usefulness.MESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Jameson is one of the few surviving charter members of the Indiana Medical Society. when he was made president of all the boards of the benevolent institutions of the state. Indianapolis.THE JA. His grandfather Jameson was a colonial and Revolutionary soldier. Jameson is a daughter of Ovid Butler. a practice in extent and importance unequaled by that of any other physician in the city. well eduand devoutly religious people. and generous accomplishments. and was a pioneer mover in the establishment of the University of Indianapolis. commenced While thus emteaching. Ind. Mrs. and he was continued in that office until 1S69. did much in the organization of soldiers' hospitals was ranking surgeon in charge of the prisoners taken at Fort Donelson. he graduated from the Jefferson Medical College. ployed he took up the study of medicine with a resident physician. His grandfather Humphreys belonged to an old and wealthy family of Virginia. Ill. In 1S62 he was elected to the city council. 57 Memoranda. Pa. But Dr. with a fair education. rare RKVEKKSCV. and continued to have throughout his long medical career. He then located in Indianapolis. John H. city. pioneers in the settlement of the state of Indiana. Subsequently he attended medical lectures in the University of Louisville. Ky.

[251]. She was born March 20. "^ THE CHILDREN WERE: .-' ///(w/rzj. They reside at No. 1706 Ash St. Oct. 1826. Jameson married Dec. Mill. Ind. in Jefferson Co.Kv [250]. A^micy Maria Hclcombc. 186. Ind. Ind. James Monroe Slainesoii Thomas (^/'iwwx. No.. Ind. I. She was born Nov. James Monroe Jameson. 20. 16. b. Ind.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.. in Jefferson Co. in Jefferson county. Mary Jane Hohombc. daughter of Grimes A. was born April 23. Keb. 1S55: ir . 1828. Nancy Maria Jameson died April 10. 29. They resided in Indianapolis. and Margaret (Guthrie) Holcombe. Mr. Indianapolis. 1864. Mrs." y^//«. daughter of Grimes A.. son of [164] and Sally Humphreys Jameson. and Margaret (Guthrie) Holcombe.'^ yames^). 1861. b. 1836. He married March 20. rSjO. 1848.

May 24. 188. Mary No. 1S5S. Va. son of William and Jane (French) Henderson. Mrs. 59 Memoranda. b. Ja. iSSi. b. Henderson resides at No. m.meson served through in the Civil gratefully acknowledges. m. July 4. They resided in Covington. Lyman. He was born Sept. in Loudoun Co.^ John. \%%<). 1827. Etta Ra-Nhollh. No. 1S68. Oct. Sulgrove passed his life in Indianapolis. Ky. Hoyle Oirson. He married Angle Seott. March 21. 1864. 25 West 9th street. in Indianapolis. 1S54. He was born March 16.Broadwell. . b.MV Jane. 1S62. Aug. b. b. the youngest son. Henderson died. which the author hereby Mr. b. b. 1890. Dilhmer. Leland. son of Jefferson Co. July t8. Jameson died January. She married April iS. Mr. b.^ Thomas. 1S5S. {T/wmas. 1824. 1S41. 1859. Berry Robinson Sii/grove. iS8g. Dec..^ Thomas. G. . Ind. Carrie May. Sulgrove died Feb. 14. 28. each other The oldest son. in Indianapolis. Mont. Nov. Ind. Feb. 1838. Dec.. in She married 1853. and was city He has been deeply interested and genealogical research. b. Ky.^ Ale. James and Catherine (Sulgrove) Sulgrove. THE CHILDREN WERE: CArilARlNE Jamksu. the results of which have been kindly contributed to give great additional value to this volume. 1871. 20. July 12.. 21. Thmmas. daughter of Alexander Hamilton [167] and Catherine R. in Covington.^ 'John. Oct.^ Thomas. Covington. since her husband's death. b. James. 187. ni. March 14. Ky.. July 12. 1S91. 25. William Wartcin. and has two Agnes. 22. .A. 1863. Nov. 1S76. March 16. Ind. Mrs.^ James''). Sof/iia C. i. where they resided. 1S66. July 4. 1896. 1829. EiiXA jAMEScix. 28. Lewis Mason. 31. Sept. (Logan) Jameson. Alexander Logan" Jameson {Alexander Hamilton.Mont.. clerk of the city of Indianapolis for two terms. l8S6. Mr. 189. They resided in Covington. She died in infancy. is an attorney-at-law in Choteau. She died at the age of one year. b. Anna Maria' Jameson {Alexander Hamillon. (Logan) Jameson. Ky. m.^ John. June 21. Flora Evans. fie died in infancy. Sulgrove. 1SS5. Ind.n'. b. Mrs. Leslie Benjamin. Sept. Leslie Sulgrove. 18S9.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. iS6r.. ir.xander Hamilton [167] and Catherine R. March 31.-Jamcs'). daughter of [164] and Sally (Humphreys) Jameson. son of Minnie [252]. Mary MOOre^ Jameson Thomas THE CHILDREN WERE: Leslie. James Sulgrove. has had her home with him. 1SS5. 6. James Lewis Henderson. was born April 18. where Mr. Janies^). resides children: His parents were cousins to in Helena. iSSi. 1861. b. Memoranda. 1S70. in Covington. accomplished much War with rank of Lieutenant. was born April i. Ky. He died in early manhood. Agnes Tracy. 7. March 3. was born April 29. Wo. b.

Neb.'. Jamcs'^). [254].'' Thomas? John. 1S60. Harriet CheilOWetll ^ JaiUeSOU {Alexander Hamilton. No. and Malinda Watson. Fritts died. George H. 1850. (Cherry) Shock. Emma Shock. They reside in Stella. 1857.\NME E. daughter of Alexander Hamilton [167] and Maria Eliza (Arthur) Jameson. 1826.^ John. Ind. March 3. in Covington. THE CHILDREN WERE: [253]. They resided in Chattanooga. They reside in Stella. daughter of J. Mary Eliza'^ Jameson {Alexander Hamilton. Jaeisoii.6o THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. They resided in Chattanooga.^ Thomas. Ky. in Elkhart. Ky. in Covington. b. . 1854. [256]. 1S70. He married Nov. b. 'I'HDMAS Fluvi. [260]. 23. [257]. 1858. and Hester M. Albert Allen [261].'^ Thomas^ John.. 1856. 1856.^e Balis. in Bath Co.'' Alexander. He married Dec. She was born Feb. Tenn.. 194. Malixha SaLI. J(iHX \V. where Mrs. Wall. 1848.James'). Thomas [176] and Margaret (Wilkinson) Jameson. in Miami Co. 1SS6. [262]. W. b. daughter of Alexander Hamilton [167] and Maria Eliza (Arthur) She married Aimer Jameson. 17. 212.. William B. was born July Miami Co. 18. [258]. Iowa.'' Johnr James')..vce I. luly. March 31. THE CHILDREN WERE: No. No. was born Oct. F. Benjamin F.. son of George Balis [168] and Elizabeth (Wilson) Jameson. Tenn. . [255!. was born April 30. corner 6th street and Madison avenue. Nov. James R. in He married Nov. in Marshall Co. where Mrs.. daughter of William and Martha Van Hook. She was born Oct. They reside in Covington. was born Dec. Sept.Thomas [176] and Margaret (Wilkinson) Jameson. [259]. Neb. i860. Ind. Ky. March 23. daughter of A. 12.fames'^). Ky. [264]. Ind. son 11. 1SS2. No. THE CHILDREN WERE: Bessie Mari:aret [263].-" James^). iSS3.. Amanda Watson. was born Februar}'. son of Jesse AVilkinSOn' Jameson (Thomas. Jackson died. 193. b. 6. She married Henry Fritts. 214. 25. 19. 1879. 1S6S. b. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: George William ' Jameson {Geor.Thomas. 22.^ WHHam? John.IE M... 13. Loretta Van Hook. of Solomon^ Jameson (Thomas > Alexander.

Refkrence. b.vra/ Uterature.'' Thomas. son of Love H. Nov. (Clark) Jameson. (Robinson) Jameson. in Brookville. 1855. lAV \V. /((wwj-'). 1892. 14. [264b]. Wallace died April 9. 1S71 Mabel Cordelia [267]. 1879. 228. 1893. [264d]. 233. (Robinson) Jameson.V. Slatliam'' Jameson {Love Humphreys. Ind. Sept. He was born Oct. She married April 23. daughter of Jeanotte and Sabrina (Grunman) Shippey.. 25. Malcolm Shelkurne [266].THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 3. \ d. Nov. Ind. 4. She died in early life Feb. 235. 1843.Mr. Jan. Ind. Ind. Sept. was born July 5. . Mii. Ind. 1862. 31.^ John. THE children were. 188S. 11. the distinguished author of ''Ben Hiir. Grv S. . and Hannah (Jenkins) Custer..b. iSSi. July 2. 31. d. Ind./allies^). daughter of June 16. Vel. They reside in Indianapolis. Edward Love' Jameson {Love Humphreys.a Lcve [268]. Mr.'' John/(?. in Indianapolis. Mr. 1874.daughter of Love Humphreys [180] and Elizabeth K.' Thomas. No. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: b. b. 19. (Robinson) Jameson. William Wallace. . 1S73. Henry James ^). 1891. He married Dec.Custer. Portland. was born Feb. m. in Utica.'' Thomas.^ Thomas. b. No. THE CHILDREN WERE: Hubert Schonaker [265I. She was born Logansport. They reside in Spokane Falls. No. 18S6. Wash. in He married Dec.. 1S66. Lew Wallace. 9. Ind. 5. 229. Sarah Maria ' Jameson {Love Humphreys. b. .^ son of Love Humphreys [180] and Elizabeth M. iSSS. [180] and Elizabeth K. Davii.^ /ohii. son of David and Esther French (Test) Wallace. 1840. Dec. Elvira 1855. May 6. a position located near Indianapolis.April 22.' Thomas. b. 1S68. 2. in Indianapolis. They resided at i6og Ash street. 18S3. 1S76. 1844. Oct. Aug. N. 1825. in Indianapolis. 6. in Madison. Samili. was . Ind. Memoranda. 4. Carrie Hiimphrevs res. Indianapolis. Samuel C. Ore. Y. [180] and Elizabeth K.'^ and other popular works. Hkstkr M. 1892. She was born Sept.^ Thomas. 16.' r/iomas.' son of Love H. Jo/in.«« M. Saliriim Jane S/iippey. [264a]. 12. Wallace was a very prominent citizen and lawyer He was a brother of Gen. Jameson has in the Indiana Central Hospital for the Insane No. XIX.— (C ». Hi-LKN R. Ind. b. b. b.Tox [264c]. 12. Nov. Alexander Clark' Jameson {Love Humphreys' T/wmas. was born Dec.' Memoranda.

March 24. 2. 237.TT [269]. son of Alexander [181] and Lydia (Thompson) Jameson. THE CHILDREN WERE: Charm-. Maj' 30.i. She Mo. 1S75.62 THE JAMESOXS 3. Dr. Geitriide Carey. Dr. She went on board the transport Concho. served in Mrs Webb.James''). They reside in Indianapolis. 12. 25. near St. Farris died and Mrs. 16. 1S70. and accompanied the troops to Indianapolis. daughter of Harvey Gatch and Mary (Newman) Carey. 1846. 1S66. Aug. 1867 m John Hciiyy Xiclulsoti. b.* Thomas. 1879. They reside in Delaware street. Isadel V. -Lconidas Eugene Webb. 20. b. She met the troops at the quarantine station in the Atlantic ocean. 1862. Ind. Farris married ship. Marion county. and Adelia (Balsly) Scott. 17. in his professional work. daughter of Alexander [181] and Lydia (Thompson) Jameson. b." Thomas.\meson Webb. Aug Memoranda. No.. was the chosen delegate of the Spanish-American war. He married Nov. Joseph. Bei. Ind. Dec. e. and in 1873 became associated with his uncle. son of William Wilcher and MarThey reside No. : Sept. 5. He died in cliildhood Oct. b. IsADEL Vaness. Henry ' Jameson {Alexander. 1S63. No. b. the Soldiers' Aid Society of Indiana to meet the Indiana troops in the SpanishAmerican war on their return from Forte Rico. I. .. Ind.. Mr.. iS. 1875. the children were [271]. Dorothea. 3. in Indianapolis Ind. Indianapolis. 1884. Sept. born April 1862. 1SS5. 31. office at No. May Memoranda. Henry Jameson. having completed his prelimuiary education. She was assisted in this by Congressman Jesse Overstreet and his wife. their mother. 1862 ^Daniel Farris. Jan. 1S77. in Wayne Township. 9. . Dec. and completing his course of study and lectures he commenced practice.' T/umms. They resided in Wayne townson of Enoch and Lydia (Hosbrook) Farris.^ Thomas. Ind. in Indianapolis. b. Indianapolis. 1). 9.\ve. iSSS.e [270]. b. Dr. Farris and Henrv J. 236. Ind.x- . b. having an his uncle. A [272]. She was also commissioned as the state agent by the governor as the representative of the state of Indiana for the same purpose. 3104 North Western garet Elizabeth (Brown) Webb.'' John.^ John. was born She married Oct. Jameson. Indianapolis. read medicine witli Patrick Henry Jameson. and has been for some years. Irene Viola Jameson {Alexander. the two surviving sons. Lydia. He married Dec. Nov. an eminent physician of Indianapolis. Lavitiia Belle Scott.James '). was born Sept. the family physician of President Harrison of that city. daughter of Charles C. IN AMERICA. Mr. Marion Co. Ind. Jameson. 1848.s Sri. was born June Ind. Henry Jameson is. 28 East Ohio street. THE CHILDREN WERE: )!exton.

15.. 1S99. Susan Einma Jameson [245]. in Mr. in and Mary (Merrill) Graydon. Mont. Strode of NewYorl. Cal. H. Ind. William Lockett. in Twin Bridges.. Placer Co.' Thomas.. 25. b. He married June 20. 63 " General and Mrs. b. They reside. accompanied by Mrs. '" Cincinnati. son of Joseph Alden and Maria (Buckingham) Richardson. Benjamin Harrison. 2010 Ohio street. 20.^ Thomas. Jameson is a well-known dentist. Ind. 27.— THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA.. THE CHILDREN WERE: Hubert H. Mont. 11. b." John.'' Tlwmas.' Thomas. p'RANCis Alexander. where Mrs. Ind. was born July 28. Indianapolis. Feme Lamprey." Eleanor (Steele) Jameson. They resided in Indianapolis. Ohio. No. a suburb of Indianapolis. 10. daughter of Ale. THE CHILDREN WERE: Katharine [273]. was born . 1S67. June 14. Butte City. Haines and Dr. 1S96. Rev. reside in West Alton. 1S76. was born May 17. in Wayne Township. Nov. 1S77. 1900.. 1864." From the Bos/on Evening Transcript. Richardson and children now. Ind. 243. Sept. 1S65 .xander [iSi] and Lydia (Thompson) Jameson. 14. b. Mr. 1S94. He resides in Butte City. 1841.. He was born Nov. 240. Marion Co. [274]. March 30. Mr. b. Henry Jameson of Indianapolis. 1893. b. Indianapolis. 1S79. Sept. Miles. Jan. Ind. Adelaide Miles died. Alexander ' Jameson of in Indianapolis. N. son of William Alexander [181] and Lydia (Thompson) Jameson.-' Thomas. M. sister of his first wife. Nov. the General and his wife and daughter will then go to their summer cottage at Old Forge in tlie Adirondacks for the summer. 1851. 1845. Ind.^ John. res. 23. 1S69.. Richardson died March 27. Thomas. Ind. Lucy Maria" Jameson {Alexander. and trip to Yellowstone Parl<. Oct. TllOmaS Humplirey J'ames^). 1S47. daughter She was born Feb. 1900. L." ya7iies. 23. Katharine.'^ James^). Julia Graydon. Mont. Jan. Ed7i<ard Jeffries Richardson. was born She married Dec. He resides in Butte City.AdiUgh- Thomas [182] and Eleanor (Steele) Jameson.^). His office is at No. son of '- Jameson [182] and Thomas (Thomas.. They resided in Co. 1900. b. June 17. iSSo. 1870. where Mrs. Mont. THE children WERE: Anna Jameson. 1888.^ Thomas. No. 11. m..' Thomas. Adelaide ter of in Jefferson ^ "^ Jameson {Thomas.^ Thomas. Miles married She was born March Auburn. Henrv Michnek b. 238. m. White . April 7. No. She married George W.^ John.^ Jolui. will leave Saturday for a The party will return to Indianapolis in a few weeks.James^). {Alexander. 6. Memoranda. 'n Wabash Co. Ind. They reside in Irvington.

in Poughkeepsie. 1900. 246.^ r/wmas. the more memorable were those of Fort Henry. and in 1869 went to St. Fort Donelson. Memoranda... which were very limited at the best. Dec. 25. For He has quite a reputation as a master-builder of is a member of the Masonic order. Ind.xander Jameson. 1866.. and has been Mr. in 1861. April 6. Samuel Judah. Ind. Esq. Ind. Ind.- and Maria (Butler) Jameson. which has since been his home. Mr. N. founder and the first president of the Memphis. 1S73.. F. 2306 West Morris street. many years the American representative of several foreign investment companies in the South. and Mr. and he has his home at present. 1S73. His mother was a member of the Brandon family of Rowan Co. 1891. b. C. 111.^ lyiamas. yoim. and for two years was employed on the Eads Bridge. April 23. Woman's Club. and then was engaged as foreman on railroad construction work. years he was induced to leave this home and the opportunities of education. was born July 19. in Southern Illinois. b. moved with his two httle girls to Indianapolis. James William Kohersoii. She was the Mrs. where he remained until 1866. Jqdah graduated in . m.''lnd. and the Siege of Virksburg. Louis. in Marion Co. having erected many fine church edifices in difierent parts of the state of His daughters are both married. 1873. He died in infancy. He was for studied law and became eminent in his profession in Indianapolis. nth Indiana Vols. Judah was educated at Vassar College. \\-x\ [276]. left an orphan at tlie age of ten years. His father. Lewis WalHe served three years. Y.. Jameson died. Mo.^//srt y?//(Wr/«. on a farm near Indianapolis. and went to live with his At the end of three uncle. 18S2. he enlisted in Co. 1848. April 13. Memoranda. Tenn. as an apprentice of Frederick Grant. R. They resided in Marion. Wallace [277]. 1872. THE CHILDREN WERE: Eleanor [275]. He 1S67 from Brown L^niversity. In the autumn of that year he was married.64 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. daughter of Dr. was a distinguished lawyer in Vincennes. 1873. in Jefferson Co. Jameson was No.^ [185] Ind. under the command of Col. {Patrick James^). wMth the younger. Jameson reMarion. Some of regiment was engaged during that period except the Battle of Shiloh. Nov. Ind. . i.. Indiana. Mk. Mrs. 18. 1867 b. Carbondale and In 1873 Mrs. was born where Mrs. . James Grandison Dnimmomi. March 31.. She married Feb. and He married Oct. April 20. He twenty-tive years he has been engaged successfully in the building business. Aug. Champion Hills.nkv Branuon. churches. I. in Vincennes.. March 23. Oct. Ind. Ind. 1844.. N. Patrick Henry Indianapolis. daughter of Charles S. Indianapolis. Ale. Harriet (Brandon) Judah. Ind. He was They reside at No. and was in all the campaigns and battles in which his lace.. John VirniR. Ind. Indianapolis. Ann She Sarah (Fisher) Rhoades. Providence. 1412 Broad- THE CHILDREN WERE: IIk. Ind. Roberson. 1870. b. m. having his residence in Memphis. Jameson resides in Indianapolis. 7. Jameson died. Mary Sanders " Jameson Ncm-y. No. to learn the carpenter's trade. 21. in John Mantle Jiidah. and later Gen. July 19.. 1851. 17. 1S92.. son of Samuel and born April 28. 1844. way. Tenn. After his term of service in the army expired he went to Wabash. When seventeen years of age. b.

Ind. Orville Peckham. 1S89. son of John and Augusta (Tyler) Caldwell. in order literary many to take the benefits of certain conditional bequests in the will of their grandfather. Indianapolis. Albert S/00 Cahhvell. Henry Brandon Judah became Henry Judah Brandon. 247. THE CHILDREN WERE: •S. July i6. daughter of Hon. He was born Sept. in Newport. and a very prominent in the business circles of Memphis. AllUe Maria'' Jameson (. 1S82. They resided in Geneva. 65 and benevolent societies. Ind. I. 10. The names of the two sons were afterwards changed by proper legal steps. son of Dr. b. He was born Oct. 1846.TciN [278]. Jameson No. which have been well received and widely read. 1854. She has written and published many short stories. 111. Ind. 1S7S. b. and. Memoranda. Ind.. Ind! is Mr. was born Jan. She married Sept. a suburb of Chicago. Ovid Butler'' Jameson {Patrick Henry. who is distinguisned in his profession. Mr. 1886. Ovid Builer Ddnald Memoranda. in Vincennes. a well-known lawyer of his native city. 1854. No. i860. 19. Patrick Henry [185] and Maria (Butler) Jameson.. Jameson's mother was a sister of United States Senator Booth of California. 18S7.\RRiN'c. I'enn. Peckham has been for sixteen years attorney for 1S99. Caldwell man of the firm of Caldwell & Smith. in Indianapolis. [279]. John and Elizabeth (Booth) Tarkington. 6.Patnck Hcm-y. where Mrs! Caldwell died June 3. 10. Baring in 1S67 from Brown University. 1876. They resided in Memphis. {Patrick Henry? nomas? Thomas? -John? James^). Ind. 249. b. Patrick Henry [185] and Maria (Butler) Jameson. He formerly practised law in Indianis a member 6 . Jan. was He married Nov.She married March 8. Providence. No. 248.THE JAMESONS in later life active in IN PENNSYLVANIA. Tenn. in Terre Haute. 30. I. I.^ Thomas* Thomas? John. daughter of Dr. 1S91. Peckham graduated has a brother. Mrs. Mary born July 17. R. THE CHILDREN WERE: J. She was born 1859.James^). Her father was Judge John Tarkington of Indianapolis. 4. 111. son of Francis Baring and Elizabeth Bentley (Oman) Peckham.. was born April 21. corner of Mumoe and Dearborn streets. Chicago. June 5. Joilm Judah. Jan. 1S77. He Peckham. Iiid. and John V'ictor Judah be- came John Victor Judah Brandon.. daughter of Dr.iHX T. 1S53. Patrick Henry [1S5] and Maria (Butler) Jameson. Esq. living in Newport.^LLV Hlmi'Mkevs. Ind. b. III. in Indianapolis. . Mr. R. They reside in Indianapolis.* Thomas? John? yames^). the First National Bank. ^ Thomas. Mr. There were no children. in Indianapolis. R. Booth Tarkington. Cordelia Cole " Jameson Memoranda.

1867.. 251. 15. Jameson died Nov. where they reside at No. .^ Thomas* Thomas. He She was born March Co. III.«fj-') son of James Monroe [iS6] and Nancy Maria (Holcombe) Jame- son. 12. 1S93.. was born Aug.66 • THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.^ '7oh/i. was born Oct. 2306 West Morris street.^ John"7(7. 14. apolis. S. Oct. THE CHILDREN WEKE : Hugh Jamesun. No. 1S66. was probably born near Leith. b. Marcaret Ann. b. John. from whence Henry Jameson came in 170S. 276. 1892. Ind. or later. A. Louis. 10. son of Ale. Ind. to America. They reMrs. Nov. He was born April 11. Hubert SCllOnaker' Jameson y^Akxander Clark. son of Hugh J. daughter of Thomas Humphrey [244] and Ann Eliza (Rhoades) Jameson. Jan.. 1891. was born Oct. In 1724 he purchased land and settled in Northampton. where Mr. Carrie Humphreys. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Roy.. Aramiiita Thompson. fames Grandison Drummond. Johii^- Eleanor' Jameson {Thomas Humphrey. 111. THE ONLY Genevieve [284].'^ Thomas. 25. Jameson married again.^ Thomas. 1869. Ind. and belonged to the old Virginia Tyler family. county of Midlothian.yames^). was born Sept. in Indianapolis.^ T/iomas* Tlwmas.^ Thomas. James William Roherson. Ind. 1S92.James^). Pa. and Alice (Johnston) Roberson.^ Thomas* Thomas. son of David J. She married April 6.xander Clark [278] and Sabrina Jane (Shippey) Jameson. b. Ind. No. sided in Denver.. 1870. Caldwell's mother was a daughter of Maj. in East St. in married Margaret Iowa. 1858. 1S90.. 7. Indianapolis. Louis. 5. They reside at No. 1893. in Indianapolis. His father removed with his family about 1685 to the province of Ulster.^ Thomas. 525 South Missouri street. 1S96. in Marion Co. 1S92. Anna' Jameson {Thomas Humphrey. Ireland. June 2. Bucks Co. 285. He married Mrs.. and Martha (Wilson) Drummond. b. 30. John Tyler. 20. She married Nov. i860. Henry Jameson. Henry B. Mr. [283].. She was born in 1858. 1855.^ James'^). They re- side in Oliveton. Ind. Tyler. Scotland. in Indianapolis. son of William Jameson. love HoleOinbe Jameson {7a>'u-s Monnw. 17. 1892. Pa. Morgan THE CHILDREN WEKE: r Irene [282]. No.^ daughter of Thomas Humphrey [244] and Ann Eliza (Rhoades) Jameson. Colo. He was born Sept. Ind.^ Love Humphreys. where he resided for several years. CHILIi WAS: Nov. U. a relative of Pres.. b. b. in East St. Feb. of Scotch ancestry. i. and landed in Philadelphia. 16. 24.

[288]. Mr. Jameson. Jaiiiisou. Alexander Robinson. 286. April 23. fiib. and the remainder to his other children. m. July 13. was first organized Feb. 1765. County of Tyrone. 1739. Bucks Co. b. Henry Ann I. Mary Stewart. 1796. who came to this country ten years later. Bucks Co. b. 1771. by Wm. Memoranda. 1727. m. Pa. located partly in Northampton township." and opened the afterward known as the Doylestown and Willow Grove turnpike.. and Jemyson. Ireland.g\ d. Grizelda [294]. son of Henry [285] Jameson. appointed "Overseer of the roads of Middlebury. son and descendants later settled in Wyoming Valley. Mrs. Pa. m. Me. Ale. m. m. Ireland. 23. A'otary Puhlick. was born in He married Jean Blackbitni. [293]. iSii. and served as a captain in the Colonial service. settled in Voluntown. was born in 1702 in Ireland. Witherington of Kilcaddy. June 29. 23. as a township under the name of Middlebury. after living near Jameson No. Pa. 1771. March. Jemison. sons of Henry Jameson. Carnaghan. and seventeen others. JciHN [291]. Memoranda. Warwick. Hannah Batrd. This family usually spell their name Jamison. 16. Mary Gres. 4. and five hundred acres of it in that part of the county which a few years later became Warwick. b. He was an Mr. Jameson conveyed two hundred and fifty acres of the latter to his son. Mrs. d. They resided in Warwick. Mr. by petition of Robert Jameson. Proved in Bucks Co. William Jameson settled in Falmouth. d. Martha Rickey." purcliased one tiiousand acres of land in Bucks Co. 1736. 1768. [289]. to this country with his father. Jameson. elder in 1748 in the Neshaminy Church. {Hen>y). In 1734 he re- located in War- wick. b. March 27. d. Mr. Jameson died July 13. Nov 30. Jameson had a brother. She 1698 in the Province of Ulster. d. Jameson's name is found written variously.N Boston a few years.\ander Jameson. where he probably died.. m. 1767. and witnessed by Robert Jemison before John Rennick. his JoH. . Jameson. Dec. 1767. CHILDREN WERE: Robert Hen'RV Alexander Ann [286]. J^a/i Blacldnirn.THE JAMESONS IE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Aug.Sept. /«("'.. . soon In 1734 Mr. Conn. Henry Jameson. Aug. William Jameson and John Jameson. 1733. 1764. Aug. by Robert Jemison. d. m. and after returned to Ireland. 169S. 171S.SAHEL [295]. Robert Jameson. 1743. [287]. " Robert Jamison witnessed a Power of Atty. 1S20.. Robert Jameson. before her marriage. Parish of Clogher. suffered shipwreck off the Island of Bermuda. Pa. Ack.mesons in Maine. d. 1766. ceived by deed from his father two hundred and lifty acres of land lad. Mr. 1749. Jameson died Oct. and became the great ancestor of The and Ja. Sen. 6. where he lived. Mch. and landed in Boston. 1729. who came with him to America. Robert - Jameson the children were: [290]. but in 1736 the name was changed to Warwick. 6. April 18.. 13. Martha Crier. when a came In 1733 he was Dyer's Mill road... but of whom nothing further is known. who signed his name " Henry Jemyson. He had also two other brothers. RoHERT [292]. 13. IVilliam Miller.

Son Robert plantation I live on paying his brother John 100 pds. from Jeremiah Langhorne. References — The History of Bucks Co. m. Jameson 1766 in Florida.J/. 303-303. frontier of Pennsylvania. 178'." j^y — — — — — ^^^C^^^. /»/^.\nn Darroch los.K. was born Stewart. Catherine Osborne. Dec.XANiiLK [308]. Jameson [351].</'. Dau. 1749. Nov. April. 1734. He was never heard of afterward. . May 4. conveyed this same land to his son Benjamin T. and William Jameson. Bucks Mr. 287. received by deed. Son Ale. Jameson died March. when of age. /k/>. He married [285] Jameson. los. Oct. 288. who in turn conveyed it..NKV[304l. Ph.Mr. They resided in Warwick. 1S17. but at length she obtained a pas- sage to Philadelphia. The History of Xcshamiity Church. province of Ulster. RiiMF. son of No. Jameson conveyed. d. 1748. use of East Room in Mansion House &c &c. Mr. Aug. Dau Mary Jamison 50 pds Grandson Joseph Davis. Memoranda.»T . when he. Wife y(^ ^^r*^ Marv & Son Ale '^ '"'^^ )"T^'^ /' Witnesses Danidtston^^ Robert Daniel Aston & ^r^ Jemison. Henry [285]. prior to 1-60..Scott 105. Pa. Dau. John [303]. /. 100 from Robert & 60 pds from William for which i have William's bond. Thomas Craig. pf. Alexander' Jameson (Hcnrf). in 1765. Son John 160 pds.. Bucks Co. in a destitute condition. William. 1764. 1775. Bucks Co. THE CHILDREN WERE: IsAKKi.KXANiiKK [299]. Mr.^^ S'^^^J^ 1^^ CT^^^Y ^ ^ It is said that three of the sons.. J. 13. Pa. 1727. 18. Isabel Polk. Nov. was born Nov. . 12.//". and soon after sailed for Florida. 30. he to giind my grain toll tree. This land Mr. lyfxi./?^/.. Margaret . 1728. b. [298]. THE CHILDRKN WERE: HF. Al. 1759. in Province of He married Mary died in They lesided in Warwick. Tristam Davis. Jean Ann 16. Marv Vastitie. Henry" JaineSOn Ulster. June 16. and John Jameson.Ki [305]. to his son Robert Jameson. UN [307]. Henry Darrah. Elizabeth Carmichael. RnHKKT [302]. Jan.— Dau.. 1748.akki [300]. which he had purchased May 7. Pa. pp. Al. he to pay his brother John 6opds. son in the of Henry Co. he owes me. Martha Pa. Isabel Davis los. dated April 18 1765 proved April 14 1766 was in substance as . Jameson made his will April 18. 1772. Aug.. m. William [301]. (Henry^').xander.m. d. 1S27. "' Jameson follows : ' Calling to mind the danger of the Seas and the mortality of this life I bequeath to Wife Mary. The -'Will of Henry Jamison Senior of Warwick Twp. 4iy-4ig. Dau. Ireland. to his son William Jameson [326]. June [297]. William [306]. Jean Craig los. Z. Ireland. 1765. [296]. two hundred acres of land from his father. Sarah Maims. m. William Scotl. 29.. 21. Makc.68 and was left THE JAMESONS on the island IN AMERICA. clear of interest to this date. Aug. 1S26. 1859.x. settled on the western No. Robert comes of age of 21 yrs. John to stay with Robert to help him for two years after date hereof. Son William los. Riikey. Ale. I. 7. ni.

" Immediately on gaining possession of this lot for the purpose specified the people erected a house of worship on the spot where the present church stands. 146.— THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Henry to pay his brother John 60 pds when of age of — Son Robert Land where Wil- " Will of Alexander Jemvson of Warwick Twp. Pa. to |)er yr. 'on I 21 yrs. Mr. 27. Plantation at death of widow or subjet 10 pds except 50 Acres side next Dr Rodman which devise to my son William Jennson. Yeoman. Oct. . Charles Beatty " was ordained to this congregation of Warwick in ye forks of Neshaminy December i 1743.. in 1775.(^tv/zV). Will Book JJ. daughter of Henry [285] Jameson. Mr. enlarged and rebuilt on the same site. signed by his mark Wife Martha & Robert & Henry Jemyson Exrs. u u J J f No. two hundred and fifty acres of l. His will was in substance as follows : 27 — Proved Mch 29 1749 — Wife Martha. War-i'ick. They resided in Warminster. 7. show-. Miller died in 1787.. jos-joj. married William Miller. The Nesha. The above picture. Rev. IVi/tiesses William Miller tt Anne Miller" Rkkhrencks. — /. its present appearance in 1900. Jameson received by deed from his father." July i. and any other buildings necessary for the worship of God. jr. 289. 1729. taken in 1S75. — Plantacion now on during widowhood or 10 pds per — Son Henry.. remodeled and improved in 1842. Henry Jemyson.:d Ckeei- 1743- 1743.v.ind. 1743. Pa. Bucks Co. Historv of the A't's/iaminy Church. and six others. 69 Memoranda. . and as a place of interment for those only in sympathy with and following their religious views. Pa.--77.minv Churc This church was erected in . Dated I Se])t 1747 live yr.\lexander. were constituted trustees in the purchase of two acres and two square rods of land to be held lay them and their successors as a site for a meeting-house. p. and with a part of the same walls. having been in their place more than a hundred and fifty years. Bucks Co. Ann Jameson. 11 //. and a portion of the walls then built are still standing in the modern edifice. " Alexaxder Jemyso. liam Hooz lives he staying to pay the debt thereon and paying his brother Alexander 100 pds If Henry die without issue the Planttion to go to . son of William and Isabel Miller.

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1816. John' Jameson (Robert. 7. Dec. m. He married (Caldwell) Grier. on the southwest branch of Neshaminy creek. in Col. and at one time it was the headquarters of General Greene. 291. to si-\ty-si. 24. Martha [315]. AW. b.^ Hem-y^)." Mary Jamison's name appears in 1772 in the assessors' list of innkeepers of Buckingham. d. a The locality long known as Centreville has returned to store. Jameson died in 1832. 1S43. He died Nov. Buckingham. Mr. Bucks Co. daughter of John and Agnes They resided in Warwick. claret very bad. Nov.. a distinguished guest in his diary enters this: "House at Jamison's neat and clean. 1S15. who married Frances Jameson [311].. and a few dwellings. was born in 1736 in Warwick. dinner indifferent. 16. 1773. Jameson was under Col. Moses Shaw. »o. 1796. later known as Lewis Ross's mill. 1779. Jan. 2. Bucks Co. Memoranda. Robert [312]. b.pf<. In 1759 a road was opened from Henry Jameson's mill. 176S. April 16. 1777. 12.— 77.\pril 26. whose wife she became. 21. James Grier. May 25. Dec. and released on parole Aug. John Bogart.. m. Henrv [316]. Pa. 15.tr History of Bucks zine. 1769. b.. Pa. 1776. b. 27. 1776. Ba. 1778. 42J. its old name "Jamison's. purchased a hundred and After his death the property was sold and Jameson's mill before 1760 was one of the four mills in Warwick.x Mr. Co. 1770. Bucks County Committee of Safety met there. 28. Buckingham. Joseph Hart in a battalion sent in the summer of 1776 to the Flying Camp near Amboy. and was quite famous during the Revolutionary period. b. Oct. Kobert Bready. . was at the intersection of the York and Almshouse roads. Nov.. b. taken prisoner at Fort Washington. Bucks Co. Pennsylvania Maga- X.. Bucks Co. He died Sept. 26. 2S.mesON was a captain in the Continental army. 1772. Nancy Bready. Dec. He was born in 1772. 1775.. His wife was a sister of Rev. Pa. 1S05. It consists of a tavern. 1773. THE CHILDREN WERE: Grizei. Jan. Jane (Miller) Kerr was a daughter of William and Ann (Jameson) Miller [289] "Capt." It was known as the "Jamison Inn. has been noted in its day and considerably more than a century whitens its memory. exchanged March 26. Under date of Aug. No. m. Jameson managed it for a few years after her husband's death.^rS.da [310]. Nov.p. 177S. Sept. and on her second marriage it was in charge of Mr. Jameson's Corner. minister of Deep Run church. Ja. . 17S1. Vol. [317]. commissioned Sept. m. Pa. AL\|THEW Caliiwell 22. 23. Capt. Regiment. m." " The Tavern in Centreville. d. Ailaui Kerr. purchased by his widow. Jameson removed acres of land and kept a hotel. 1S06. S4J.. 17S9. ^rartha S/iazv. It is still kept in good condition. b. 21. ir. was a son of Adam and Jane (Miller) Kerr. and died Dec. 22. Frances [311]. Capt. . 1781.\ter's Penn. References. b. son of Robert [2S6] burn) Jameson. . rS. Adam Kerr. Martha [309]. 1S5S. 15. m. Mrs. died March 27. Martha Gricr. m. to the York road. so called as early as 1817. Jameson Mrs. and Jean (BlackPa. 1S08. iXatlianiel Irwin.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. John Jamison. Oct. May James Lee [314].-. Pa. Memoranda. Oct. 426. 1814. Esther Adams. 1794.. A. John [313]." Mrs.

vry Ja. 1779. pp. son of Robert [2S6] and Jean (Jameson) Jameson. ly-j. Mr. Capt. 1739. 177S. Feb. 1794. 181 1. 2S-.. J. Miller. 1770. She married. At his death he left a small legacy of five hundred dollars to the Neshaminy church.— 7y«- History of Bucks Co. 20.m. m. m Feb. m... daughter of Henry [2S7] and Mary (Stewart) Jameson. sSj. 1767. 2_:. and his sons-in-law.. Aug.. . James Means. [322].72 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA ••Capt. Jamison for his gun and ^4 is. Feb.. encountered a rough fellow. Hannah daughter of John and Hannah (Stewart) Baird. June.. 1766. b. Oct. . He was born Feb. 1S5S. March. expenses. 1823. b.. b.'p. pp. 1762. Nov. which was used in 1818 to put a new roof upon the church building. Thomas Peed. Henry. He drew a prize of fifty thousand dollars in a lottery. son of Daniel and Margaret Craig. She was born in Neshaminy. b. Pa. died Sept.iXM |32ol.. Bucks Co. who broke the captain's gun. Ann : Memoranda.. b. Jamison's company from Bucks Co. to Capt. No. b..Sept.. Sept. Jean Jameson [318]. b |une.. refusing to pay the damages. 1794. 1777 Richard. 1777. d. 1S37." He. IVm. Vol. Rekkrknces. Hisio'-v of A'e-shaminy Church. 1S49.. was born in 1739. 4/S. and using such violent language that he was adjudged dangerous to the peace of the state and condemned to pay /2 los. vc. a whole company ran away with the exxeption of a lieutenant and one man who was lame.Hairy^). 41-. Da. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary. when called out./. pp. KollKKI b. Neshaminy church. aji. l6. d. d.()72S3. He died in boyhood... Jean' Jameson (Hmry. The History of Bucks Co. Mr. Jameson 15.niel. Pa. He died in boyhood. Pa. Pennsylvania Archives. p. forty-nine men of Capt. 1777. of the a soldier in the Revohiiion.. 1759. MARiiARET. IV. [323]. 297. The rest of his money enriched his relatives. in Warrington. 2Sj. lyjb-ijSs. March.meson [316] resided in Philadelphia. m. Craig died April.2go. Bucks Co. lyj. M Wiii. — j5(?/>. which mentions that he has already provided for his sons. 1794.inc Flack.. They resided in Warwick. Stoffel Stuckafuss. Pa. 23. j6o. 176S.. Vol. Robert' Jameson {Robert. \K. Pa.. Ik\n I318]. jjj. Robert and William. m.. Nov. . He was elected an elder in 1794. and held the office several years. Col.i John James T [321]. XIf. He made his will in iSo.. Aug. . Oct. Putnam relates tliat after the Battle of Princeton some militia companies deserted almost bodily one case. The Pennsylvania Magazine. Jameson was References. 1S37.. 1760. Nov.....ff. 1813. where they resided. Thomas Craig. Pa. [319]. " Toward the close of 1776. 1770: A//.. Jan. Daniel Craig and James Means. He married April. m.. Regishr of Offttcvs in the Continental Army. Jamison. Daniel Craig. l\i.Hi-ury'). u.. Bucks Co. refused to march. was born in Warwick. 241. wliile in command of liis company of militia from Bucks Co. d. Gen. 1784. •1 HE CHILDKEN WEKE: d.

. was born in Warwick. luly 11. [328]. Dec. pp. Pa. was the eldest son of James and Rachel (Henderson) Darrah. 302.. 10. ^-ij. Bucks Co.. Pa. lyyb. JoH.. Sept. 1773. 8.. 3ss-K=!3Co. She married Aug. 1S3S. No. Pa. in Warwick. b. Bucks Co... James A.//. m. 27. a captain. Bucks Co. Col. Lacey. Feb. June 7. d. Pa. Pa. "i. m. d. Feb. is their grandson. Bucks Co. D. They 1827. married two of the daughters of Ensign Robert Darrah of Warminster. Henry Darrah. Craig's son-in-law. and Rev. James Flack.. Gen.iiG was commissioned Oct. was horn in 1748.. in Northampton. Mrs. a captain of militia during the Revolution and rendered important service in several e. 1767. d. was the founder of Millerstown. uncle Robert Jameson's estate.. March 30. [325].. Nov. Bucks Co. and Mrs.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA.Matilda Watson. 3.. b. 12. Turn'er. THE CHILDREN WERE: James. ensign in the War of 1S12. and rose to tlie rank of a Capt. 1797. Pa. Marshall. 178S. Rachel Hcmlerson. Hugh Mary Rachel Henry [327]. and the autlior of its valuable history. jiV. 1772. Jameson died Nov.xpeditions under Gen. No. daughter of Henry [287] and Mary (Stewart) Jameson.— jYM/tfrr of Bucks 228-232. Marshall Mains. son of Thomas Darrah. Mr. Ann Taylor. 1827. /-<. 1S03. References. 73 Memoranda. 1900.. 1760. Washington stopped at his house on several occasions. Pa. Darrah died of a cold contracted in the service. the children were: Robert [324]. b. for many years the honored pastor of the Neshaniiny church.. Mo. resided in Warwick. Syndonia Newell. colonel. [329]. 298. m. Pa. They resided in New Britain. viz. Jameson died Aug. CR. and Grizelda. Memoranda. now Fairview. Robert' Jameson (Hiny. 1821.H/ny^). 1S64. Mr. Sarah. Darrah was Robert Darrah. d. Mains : resided in three children. 181 1. son of Henry [2S7] and Mary (Stewart) Jameson. 17. now. Mr. daughter of Hugh and Rachel (Vastine) Mearns. Ann' Jameson (Hem-y. Capt. Sara/i Aleariis. d. K. He married Dec.. m.\ George. Memoranda. 23. 1764. m. Southampton. She was born in 1753. resident of Hartsville. They had These were made heirs of their . Marcaret. Pa. b. Darrah of West Ely. York Co. 1S42. William Miller. William..' History of Xeshamiiiv Church. Re\-. Franklin Co. Mr.Henry ^). 111. Julia Ann . now Warrington. William [326]. 1S43.

THE ilNI. of the farm on which a certain William Booz was then living. Dau. John Van de Woestyne. probably the farm he inherited. Ale.. Mrs. -// - . m.m. 1799. Thomas J. son of Alexander [288] and Warwick. and Mrs. m. 1764. His will '^'^^ ''ated Feb.\ander Jameson.^ Martha (Rickey) Jameson. Armstrong does not mention relationship. was born ried prior to 1760.74 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1836. Mrs... or Abraham Van de Vastine as the name came to be spelled. on the Bethlehem pike. wife of James strong." English shil- C/ /^ /n/ i /rn^XZfl^2/hl f i-^ / r **^ >f^j yO^ *< ' -. and 13. d. He died in 1738. & Mary wife of Robert Jameson one ling. 1765. Sarah wife Wilson. Abraham and Sarah Vastine. Kachely wife of Hugh : — Mearns her William of & Samuel 4 ch. Pa. Dec. Jameson's great-grandfather. Pa. Dated May 9 1770— Proved Oct 31. ^ ^_ .\brahani. He mentions his Abigail. Ruth (Vastine) Armstrong. with the conditions of paying the debt with which the place was encumbered. She was born in 1730. Bucks Co. wife of Samuel Wilson. John Van de Vastine. Bucks Co.. and removed to Hilltown.Son-in-law James Armstrong & Ruth his wife Plantation 200 acres whereon I live in Hilltown they to maintain their mother Sarah Vastine or pav her 10 pds per year Wife Sarah all personal estate for life then to Daughter Abigail wife of . : \ No. William M. 305. Md. viz. Sarah.. in Hcnry'^]. whose wife. Perkins.\ George IV. Pa. wife of Robert Jameson. into possession. Pa. having no children. an executor on the estate of James Armstrong. He made his will as follows : " Will of Abraham Vastlne. March 24. Mary. Jameson.\ndrew Armstrong. 1764. Deems. in Hilltown. Pa. He mar- wick. Mr.V CHII. sold his land in Germantown.I) WAS: 22. They resided in Warremoved to York or Columbia Co. and also paying to his younger brother. Pa. Robert. Arm- . Flack resided in Baltimore. wife of Andrew Armstrong Rachel. In 1790 there was a Robert Jameson. b. Pa. Memoranda. m. Mrs. Sarah. 1772— Will liook 3 page 197 Wife Sarah 1-2 interest in Grist Mill in Bedminster Twp . Sarah. . and his son John owned real estate. where he 1690. Mary. Abraham Van de Woestyne. Bucks Co. And while Mr. 'hlf^^'TlHc^ HzC^hiyy^ ili : brother Abraham's children as follows wife of Hugh Mearns. Robert' Jameson (Alexander. was Mrs. and proved Dec. . Van de Vasiine 14. and it further appears that this mortgage was never satisfied. Hisser. yet it would be quite natural for him to name his brother-in-law for such a service. Elizabeth A'limpli. 25. about 1720. i. an uncle of Mrs.. Jameso>j came Jameson's father. Jan. Abraham Van de Woestyne. It appears that in 1760 . Hilltown Tvvp. came prior to In 1698 he was in Germantown. Jameson gave a mortgage on two hundred and thirty-six acres of land in Warwick. by his father's will of 1747. daughter of 1798. James M. James H. Ruth. Jane C. and the place was probably sold by the sheriff... from Holland to New York. They had si.Mr. Mr. Jameson. He lived in a quaint house with gables to the road. his son. was a sister of Mrs. ^100. devised his whole estate to the children of his three brothers. Bucks Co.\ children. Jameson died June Marx Vastini. [330]. Henry W. . where he bought a large tract of land of Jeremiah Langhorne.

Rachel {Fan de Vastine) Mearns. j6q.. Rev. Pa. jfj. Co. She He was born Nov. 309. //. igy. daughter of Henry [290] and Mary (Gregg) Jameson. jj. and died March 3. Bucks Co.. A'o. jyo. Rev. Mjirtll. Pa. Martha Irwin died in 1806. in Chester Co. They resided in Warwick...Hcnry^). //. iii.. 18. Will Booh.^ Robert. Pa. Mrs. Mrs. Chester Co. Pa. I'jj.^. 18 12. Jameson's Hugli Mearns. Bucks Co. pp. Nathaniel Irwin. . Pa. References.. Flagg's Manor. ried again. who married Robert Jameson [302]. was tlie 75 sister.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA.. in married in 1777. was born in Centreville.. p. History of JVes/inmhiy No. and wife of motlier of Sarah Mearns.1^ JctmeSOn (Henry.. Pa. — Historv of Bucks Church Parish. 1746. Mr. Irwin marMrs. a cousin of her husband.

No. John' Jameson {Jolm^ Robo-t.^ Henry'']. Mrs. 1858. died May 1 1. Pa. daughter of John Shaw. Jameson died Oct. 313. 1863. Martha Slunv. 9. . son of John [291] and Martha He (Grier) Jameson. 22. 1773. They resided in Warwick. Pa. 1805. in Warwick. Jameson born in 1785. married May 25.^6 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Bucks Co. She was Mr. Bucks Co.. was born Nov..

b.. m.. Oct. Hannah Memoranda. 1830: m. Jameson died Oct. Jameson died. Harriet. viz. 1S23. m. Frank. b... March. ried ^Clarissa IVakcjielii. and Mrs. Breadv had two children. b. Maroaret [343]. 30. an e. I.Mr. but returned in the autumn of 18 18 and purchased a homestead in Northampton. b. m. Hill. 1833. Miles Jameson. 1858.George [342].-. John P. who resides in Churchville. 1799. Aug. Bready.\E H. April. David Robert Johnson. d. to Jameson removed times. Cynthia. 12. Memoranda.\NN. Robert.THE JAMESO>fS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Henry Land.. Jameson died in 1S49. Mr.. Uzziel WakekiklI) [341]. viz.VNNA. Aug.v-member of the legislature. Mary Jane. A. Sept. July 4. May. : John.. Davis removed to Canton. March 27. b. d. a son. Feb. David Getty. Bucks Co. b. Pa. and a daughter.. He marThey resided in Northampton. 1824. John K. April. Bucks Co. April. m. Pa. Mr.. 1S07. 1795. 1S86. Chambersburg. 1836. son of Robert [292] and in June. Dec. 1826. No. William* Jameson (Robert? Robert. William [339]. Mr. 20. 18 ^is. and . d. Margaret Hall Sfencer. Pa. and children. He has a son. 1S35. T. Hcnrf). Esq.. Bucks Co. He has a son. He was married three . Aug. Benjamin Franklin Wright. m Robert Davis. Jollll* Jameson married (^'V'tvV. m. Hannah. [344]. She died Aug. d.. 1804./c /7(rr/. Dec. Mrs. jii.. '}ohn H. Jameson resided and died in Richborough. 1824. m.. b. Ohio. Dr.. m. William Jameson has a son. Bucks Co. Bucks Co. Bucks Co.. 1S07. Mr...\n. Lewis. b. They resided in where Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.. Bucks Co. Jane [340]. Pa. Thomas R.. 31. Charles.^ Hen}y\ son of Robert [292] and Hannah (Baird) Jameson. He Warwick. : John K. He died in early life. 1S29. Jan. 1826. 5. Land are both dead. and . No. James Jameson. who resides in Newton. was born y(7. was born in Warwick. Mary Anne [338]. Robert. 1844. Pa. Oct.^ the children were: . IHE CHILDREN WERE: El. Pa. Mr.. b. 1797. 1S37.. April.^ Hannah Pa. Sept..\MEs. Rebecca. Feb. (Baird) Jameson. 1S12. Johnson had seven Annie. He died in early life. 1834. Lonisa Stuckert. June. Charles. John P. James [335]. 1855. James Monroe. He died Aug. 1777. Pa. April. Hannah [337]. Ed-vani Jones. She was born in 17S2. Oct. in \^'arwick. removed to the West. 1S17. 1S02. and Mrs. 320. J-\.iZA. m. Oct. iSog. 322. [336]. George Jameson. b.

in Warwick. 1S15. Lonn. 16. Mr. Bucks Co. Bucks Co. Sarah Ann [358].. . Memoranda. Ka.. son of Robert ' (Vastine) Jameson. Phillips. was born June 7. in Hartsviile. Jameson [345]. living in Mr. .. b. Ann E... He has several children. Pa. 1S67. 326. 1SS3. Robert [357]. Andrew S. m. the CHILDREN WERE: James K. Jameson died in 1883.. 182 i. No. d. m. son of Robert [292] and They He married A/i'i (Baird) Jameson.. but more recently was residing in Germantown. Mr..' Aj/yvV. [356].. Pa. C. pp..j A. James'' Hannah . Annie E. [350J m. sold his interest in his father's estate in to John Jameson [322]. 41S.. No. Pa. — History of Bucks Co. m. Jameson. daughter of Benjamin Taylor. Co. m. She died [351]. Jameson died in 1837. 1S12. Mrs.M. ROBKRl[347]. sow oi Robert [302] and Sarah (Mearns) Jameson. Smyth [349] removed to Cecil Co. Jameson (J^"/"''-/. Elizabeth Meredith. 1S24. 323. He married Julia Ann They resided in Warwick. Aniirew S. Jameson died in 1S64. Chesterfield eight years. m... . March Pa.\M [348]. March 20. Mrs. 1831. Mr. 4. Pa. Smvl/i. Pa. JAMKS B. William * Jameson {Robert^ Houj.. References. 1S88.j8 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Bucks Co. June 11.^ Hemy). [355]. Oct. Pa. Buckingham. Pa.'' Alexander. Henry No.' ' : Wn. b. I361I. Gcori^e B. ^^\iX^^ i-MW^mW {Robert. 1765. Acnes [359). i.. No.hkl 1354). b. 330. 1840. Marv [349]. Jameson [350] removed to Wakefield. Pa. in Warwick. They resided in Warwick. but later returned to Bucks Co. March Emma 13. Dec. resided in Buckingham. Jan. She was born Pa. [360]. John Thompson. .iy^v//-/). 329. Pa. was born in 1779.. He married Ann Taylor.l..Henr\^). Pa. James B. Bucks Co. removed to Cheraw. iSqS. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Tulv 2S. Maryland. 20. Bucks Co. 417. Nov. [345I. in 1799.. where he was 1 88 1. where he died. 1S46.'' He7iry^ Henry% son of Robert [302] and Sarah (Mearns) Jameson. THE CHILDREN WERI. to his brother. at the age of fiftyHis son. was born in Warwick. was born March 24. Jane Cummins: d. Van de VaStine Jameson [305] and Mary (Robert. d. iScS. where he was killed by an explosion in a lime quarry in 1837. Sakah Ann [346].i. Jameson died in 1837. ni. Jameson died in Nov.. THE CHILDREN WERE: Benjamin Taylor Phiede [352]. William . d.. Marl\ [353]. and removed Warwick. Bucks Co. 1788. Bucks Co. S.

m. She was born in 1832. Pa..' [313] and Jameson (John. son of John [313] and Martha (Shaw) Jameson. fan. Jameson married . Orange parish in the legislature of the state wrote on matters of local history. 1S71.* Jokn. 1832.N WEKE : Mary Ann [362]. Matthews Parish.. 22.Henry^). 14. 1864. 1752. m. Jameson died Feb. m. b. 1 Mary Large. She was born Aug. Van de Vastine Two [364]. 1S6S. political. Pa. n. Jacob Rumph. Mary Co. Mrs. Bucks He married Abbk S. C. Pa. 7g Bucks Co. physician.. Mary. 1812. 22.x: AliELAIDE L.^ Robert. 1S06. 12. David Flavel [365]. Flack. Lavinia Glover.fp. Jameson died Dec. 4y 1-484. 1S31.. Jameson's father. 1799. [363]. Elizabeth Ann Car?n!ehael Rumph. 25. besides being one of the most eminent physicians of his day in that region. Dec. 331. m. 1783. John 8/ Jameson (John. C. 22. Mr. prior to 1S75. S. C. Thomas Worlh Glover. Jameson was a . Co. Buckman died. Nov. . in Orangeburgh District. 14. Memoranda. Dec. — History of Orangeburgh County. social. Orangeburgh District. operated with success a lime-kiln near Orangeburgh village. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: John [367]. m.. April 12. ( THE CHILDHE. d. Harrison Yeries. Sons wlio died in infancy. in Orangeburgh District. 1836. Loi'IS. References. John Alonzo Tyler. Vol. was born July Her mother died Sept. He married Jan. and died Dec. in Pine Mrs. daughter of John Martha (Shaw) Jameson. ij_^. was a supporter of the free school and church of his neighborhood represented for several years. Grove. 18. 1814. 9. jo. 332. "i- Samuel Divight. b.Ephraim Holbert. 14.'' Robert. in Warwick. 1824. Academy."^ Hevrf). Sept. Col. . Jameson died Feb. 1835. daughter of Col. in Jamison. d. Pa. Dr. and literary life. Margaret Elizabeth [366]. March 26. C. ijgg. 1856. THE CHILDREN WERE: Loi'isA. Dec. -Mary R. m. Jacob Rumph. and in early manhood settled in Orangeburg District. Bucks Co. S. 1814. 9. Mr. iSio. Mrs. Jacob and Anne Mary Harrisberger) Rumph. 1875. b. 1829. Dr. Caroline Elizabeth d. S. d. 1818-20. b. C. Bucks Co. in Virginia. 30. 1806-08. Thomas^ History of the South Carolina Military City Gazette and Daily Advertiser. S. EUzahcth Ruinph. Pa. S. He died in early life. No. 14. Bucks She married Monroe Buckman." Jolm. and was identified with all public interests. Mr. St. d.^^8. II.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Ra?nsay's His- tory of South Carolina. . S. where they resided. C. was born Sept. He married a daughter of Gen. Charleston. was born in 1810 in Warwick. who had made himself conspicuous and famous as a captain of militia in the War of the Revolution. Emeline. They resided in Doylestown. Sept. b. 1799. They resided Co. S. No. 1S05. He was largely interested in agriculture. 25. m... Jameson for many years was one of the leading men of his locality in its industrial. 26. Sept.

3. 4. George ' Jameson Co. m. i. man. John Geori. Quarters Sessions and Orphans Court of Bucks Co. June 6. b.. 22. Pa. 19.. Mr. m. Jameson died phia. [371]. . son of William [320] and Clarissa (Wakefield) Jameson. Bucks Co. . 351. 1867. address. No.' Robert? Robert. Jameson. He married Feb. son of John [322] 27. b. 31. Pa. UZZiel Wakefield ' Jameson IVHHam. She was born Jan. in Springville. John Jameson reside in Warwick. Mrs. i5ucks Co. in War- He married Annie E. 1S57 b. 341.V^^. Con. b. and one of the prominent candidates for the Supreme Bench in 1S99. iSS'i. and later he acquired Warwick and in Warminster..Spencer. Benjamin Taylor^ Jamesons IVUliam.xteen 1900.S. etc. was born July 4. Spencer. Pa. Buckmax and her surviving children reside. ly 1S80. Buckdealers in coal. Post-office Mr. Mr.e Washington [373]. and Mrs.Henry''). -Sept. his father's real estate of other landed property in dren. Pa. 1\t. M. Phillips. lumber. Louisa Moore.' Robert? Robert. in Doylestown.So THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Oct.-5. [375]. m. b. 30. Pa. was born March (Jolm. m. [372]. 1SS6. in 1843. 1900. THE CHILDREN WERE: Emily P. May 14. Geor!. Jameson died Oct. Mr. which he devised to his chilPa. Pa. [374]. Phaiy\ d. THE CHILDREN WERE : . Jane K.. and Jane (Flack) Jameson. was born Dec. 1859. IVilliam H. Bucks married Dec. Dec. They have no children. daughter of William H. They reside in Spencerville. Jan.^ Robert. Margaret Hall in Richborough.\NNA . Mrs. '878. Georgi F.Feb. No. Mont1833. Memoranda. He THE CHILDKtN WERE: [370]. She was born June 4..Heurf). has been for si.ard resides in Hartsville.. Nov. who married Emeline Buckman. . 1SS6. [368]. 1830. Jan. [369]. 1807. 1842. in Hatboro. Louis Buck. He was state senator for eight years. 27. 1836. 1839. in PhiladelThey resided in Warwick. Bucks Co. Pa.mily (Shipps) Phillips. Caroline Camber.. Pa. Dec. Gilbert. President Judge of Court of Common Pleas. 4. 1810. m. 25. years. Md. The only son died. Feb. Bucks Co. purchased of his mother and two sisters their interest in about two hundred and forty acres. is the senior member of the firm of E. daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Bennet) Stuekert. Canard. daughter of wick. Buckman & Co . Memoranda. 1855. 25. 1S92. Jamison. Frank H. Stephen Verkes. 1824. J. Edward H. His son. son of William [326] and Ann (Taylor) Jameson. H. Elizaheth . Hon. 22.^ Henry. Jameson died in May. Mrs. and F.. Mr. 1S45.. 1S92. and Sarah T. ™. Wilson. ( gomery Co. 342. Horace G.'' Hcnry^). Louisa Stuekert.\MELIA Clara m. 13. Pa.e Nash.max is a prominent business man. Harrison Verkes. Makv T. Bucks Co. 1859. in Warwick. No. m.

He was born Dec. daughter . b. i Alice L. was born Dec. was born June 11. b. July 30.\pril 29.. in Judge Glover died. M. Samuel and Esther E. 17. son of Dr. Nov. March Clara.' J^oh'ri. was born Nov. .* Robert? Alexander? daughter of Van de Vastine [330] and Elizabeth (Rumph) Jame<''<•' Orange Parish. 1865. June Mortimer. Pa. Oct. Fowles.. 362.. She married Samuel B. Mary Aim "Jameson (. S. 4. Tillon. He died in early life. Simoutoit. S. h. March 13. Dec. S. There were two cliildren whose names do not appear in the list given above William C. 1843. 1884. 1S30 m. and later in Hopedale. D. liam [326] and miUam M. S. Samuel Jameson Dwight. was a merchant in CharlesIn 1874 they resided on a farm near Spring Place.> Je Vastine. Thomas ]]'orth Glover. Memoranda. 25. jgs. 22. Julius. C. ^Matilda Fmulcs. son of WilAnn (Taylor) Jameson. Marv. 1869. Hon. in Orangeburg Co. in the Mr.' JIc7/rv:' Hcmy). Ji-Li. a physician. He married March 13. 1831. THE children WERE: Thomas J amesi Ella. 355. of James Meredith. m. daughter of Van de Vastine [330] and Elizabeth (Rumph) Jameson. b. C.' JmnefiOni m/Z/'TM. Goose Creek. 1S6S.1878. 2. 1796. Dwight was References. July 31.\. Dwight. L. m. Murray Co. and brought his son. 1805. 5. Orangeburgh District. He was born March 23. 1859.. 27. Mrs. in. b. 9. . 31. (Moore) D wight. Cornelia M.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Caroline ElizabeUl^^ Jameson iTiv/rr'). . 1867. March 3. Georgetown District. March 16. James H. son of Sanders and Lydia (Tucker) Glover. b. Aug. 20.' Henry'). S. ton. March 3. in Red Hill Plantation. Sept. 1856. where they reside. in Oak Grove Plantation. Dwight died Oct. in Parish of St. 1S3S..S40. in Warwick.. 22.— j97i:v>///' Family. 1S62. No. jqi. 1799. m. Ga. m. who married Louisa C. De Treville. 10. The latter practised in Murray Co. 1S36. C. 1S41. She married Sept. 1S66. 3. ! 'ol. 1875. Bucks Co. Elizabeth Meredith. Nov. 18. They resided Co. Ga. 'Caroline Leslie. Tccoa H'hilncr. C. 1S66. Si No. Waccamaw. . They resided in Orangeburgh District. Charles H. Tilton. b. She died Nov. 1796. Dwight. James. : the children were Samuel Jameson. Dr. (^''"' I'asHne. 1833 \\\. b. 22. Louisa Catherine. Freer. m. Aug.Va. 1.. Mrs. S.' Robert? Alexander. Rosa. Dec. Frank... /. Sakah [377]. //. wdiere son. 1824. Ga.She was born in Warwick. E. C. 1847. C. 6. up same profession. 1866. 24. Glover died Sept. S. Orangeburg District. THE CHILDREN WERE : Henkv [376]. Dwight died April 12. C. IVdliam C. Murray 1859. d. Pa. 1S52.

She died in infancy. Elizabeth Ann Carm/e/ieal Rump/i. 1S48.— ///.Aug. Williams. Mical. 1S67.RiH [388]. Ja. Glover was a member from Orange No.iiii\ [380b]..a\ i. She died in infancy. trict. h\s cousin. 1814.. m. David Ri-mrh [381]. b. She died in early life. 1S41. April. 30. Feb. b. 1864..l-RRENcES. in Orangeburgh District. >. in Charleston. March 20. Jameson died in Virginia. Mary C \kci|. C. Sept. b. 1844. 1S50. b. Lavinia She was Glover. June 27. Van 111-. 8. 10. She died in early life. 11.82 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1888. [330] and Elizabeth (Rumph) Jameson. C. m. m. Rl-.ffenry^). Oct. Vastim: [380!]. 1841 18.-buyg Co. Feb. Annie Sidner. Mar\ Palmik [38od]. Jameson died Dec. .. S. \M [380a]. Robert Breese. where Mrs. 1S34. . Isaac De Lesseline Wilson d. Vw Coi. \V. b. July 17.. 1S55. daughter of Sanders and Sophia (Lestarjette) Glover. b. David FlaveP Jameson (r. Sept. lulv. 18S6. He died in infancy.aiilth I387]. 14."]. 15. Alice AnEL\ [379]. [380. 364. C. 1842. Mr. : Sanders Glover [378]. Orange Parish. THE CHILDREN \VERE : 14. 1844. S. where they resided. 4. Da\iii Fi.. William Harper 1 . b.Cpril. Aug. and later was one of the law judges of the state. Elizabeth C.. p. C. Jameson died Sept. 6S. m. Fr \M r- Fli/\i:i III La\ IMA Tkki Memoranda. Jenkins. No. in Orange- Van de in VaStilie* Jameson Vandc ( soti of Dr. nr VAiiTiN'R [380]. Vastiiu-.meson held a captain's commission in the Confederate army. John Wilson [383]. She died in early life. Nov. 365. 1S41. b. and is a clerk in the post-office of that city. April 13. Mr.^ Roho-t? Alexander. Charles L. son of Dr.im.ivIi [380^5]. d. [389].' Roha-t? Alexander. b. Parish of the House of Representatives of South Carolina. Thom\s Clar\ Kli/. b. the youngest son.i. They resided Orangeburgh and Barnwell districts. Eleanor Harriet Miles. 1S5S. S. d. 1839. Oct.u/ dc Vastine. [38011]. S. 1866. 1882. Orangeburgh DisC. burgh. C. 30. resides in Charleston.Henry^). Mrs. lle'died in infancv. m. in Orangeburgh District. m. \%Gi. C. Van de Vastine [330] and Elizabeth (Rumph) Jameson. 1S61. born Aug. 1S55.. 24. Mary 1). Sai. June. 4. m. was born Dec. S. 1829. Capt. [384]. 27. 1S34. Sept. C. THE CHILDREN WERE .. S. 1866.. .. 1S39.i. He died in boyhood. 18 10. 21. Oct. IVilson. daughter of David and Elizabeth (Carmichael) Rumph. General Jameson died Sept. b. 1836. June 24. She in was born Feb. i. LKririA Fl. [386I. b. June. S. 14. Memoranda. 1832. June 11. 18S7. Ki K [380c]. Caroline Harper [382]. E/la Elizabelh Zimmerman. Julius Glover. C. m. 184^. He died in boyhood. 1S3S. 1S60. iSii. 1S4-. Dec.. i6. Van de Vastine horn Orangeburgh District. 1S73.. Oct.. 1830 m. 1832.ik [385I. S.r/o/r of Orang. Oct. b. 1S45. Oct. first in White Hall Plantation. He married Dec. was He married March 26. S. Hugh Logan Brvan. b. 1894.

He was a fine conversationalist. That convention. Having wealth and leisure. . Afterward he gave his whole time. until his sudden death by yellow fever on the 14th day of Sept. It needed the dignity of his bearing. Mr. passed. 1864. But General Jameson's work did not end with this. As chairman of the committee on the military he introduced the bill by which legislature.xty-nine delegates. Jameson. General Jameson was a person of scholarly attainments and exquisite literary taste.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. he dehis profession in Orangeburgh. which made him a most valuable member of the board. His modesty was as great as his merit. Dec. to which he attached his name as president. Leaving college his Senior year. and became one of the representative planters of the state. C. i860. This was illustrated by the crowning distinction of his honorable public career. became at- tached to the militia cavalry. to consider the question of supremest moment to South Carolina and to the whole South.meso. at the age of fourteen years. i860. S. and practised But becoming interested in agriculture. military tactics. and enabled him to render important service to the state.v. in the and showed himbroad-minded. and the prestige of his name. and was an ardent student. held the pen of a ready and graceful writer. David Flavel Ja. self a cious. the ordinance of secession. 1838 to 184S. He represented Orangeburgh District t e n years. and his devoted service to the civil affairs of the state and of the Southern Confederacy. sound judgment. who was called upon to preside over that august body. after three days of debate. Jameson. Dec. When the secession convention met. he He had a fondness for surrounded himself with books. was admitted to the bar. rode his horse and handled his sabre like one born to the service. He was a man of broad views and literary tastes. the wisdom of his counsel. was refined in manner. a high standard state of action. voted himself to that. it was tlie eminent citizen. He had a keen sense of humor. and he was regarded as one of the most substantial and disDavid Fi. entered South Carolina college. judiand conscientious legislator. The public placed the utmost confidence in him by reason of his character and ability.. and was appointed by the governor in 1842 one of the original members of the board of visitors of these academies. He had a clear mind. tinguished citizens of South Carolina. his thought. and rose to the command of a brigade. he studied law. and of charming personality. Memoranda. the ripeness of his judgment. military schools were established. composed of one hundred and si. 20. 17. He had a noble and soldierly bearing.

1S44. and a scholar. 1S47. " A'o pale i. m. Hardin. was born in 1814 in Orangeburgh District. KS39. She died in infancy.:!nx. Statesman. Gray.' Robert. and liappily illustrates his scholarship and the grace Tlitse volumes were printed and the covers made in •and beauty of his diction. where they were put together. daughter of Dr. . 1848. 14. PRESIDENT OF THE SECESSION CONVENTION.hd. Theodora Wilson. Emma Julia. 1854. E. His sun went down as sinks illness. He died in boyhood. Sept.mas Worth Jameson References. Mary Carolink. and Miss Elizabeth Jameson reside Mr. 1S40. . iS. E. Dyes the wide wave with bloody light. Mr. M. is a woik. in Mr. S./. ll. b. ^ 1S05. C. //'. Caroline Adella. A'.^r. They 1831 John Aloiizo lyh-r. Laura. Ga.^ j%v/ri''). Judge E. Clarence Dwight. Soldier. in iSqi. Mr. 1849.of uncommon merit./»/. b. b.ra//l ." — of solid granite. He died in infancy. b. resides in Baltimore." printed in two attractive volumes. 1S31. C. 14.Uiller.'' Alexander. John Jamescin. after a brief the times in which he lived. m.//<(!. 1S37 m. 1S42.m. 1855. And thus as a model citizen. 1851 m. D.Alice b. Tyler died in 1S71.i\idaliiiiis ijuciuh his ray. He died Oct. S. resided in Orangeburgh District. iM.irgaret EliZabetlr Jameson (T"<w dc J'astitic. 366. 1S48. S. C. Schol. England. Esq. Tho.v/. b. 1810. .. he passed on out of this life into the higher. over the grave of General Jameson. .. was erected Sept. and M. Jisk like ballle-lay^'d r. Gray. C.-. Hardin of Georgia. No. the God of day in the tropics. Cornelia |ank. b. a statesman.oNzn. Hknry Ai. Breese. Williams. Erected by His Friends. b. No Iwilr^ht Jcu'S ins u. b. She died in infancy. Tyler died in 1875. . — Thomas's History of the South Carolina Military Academy. Rosa S alley. y/. 1S35. His " Life and Times of Bertrand du Gueselin. Died in Charleston. Md.84 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. //'///. the children were: Anna C. J. 1S64. 1S97. 1S41. and Mrs. She died ICS34. /'. Van de Vastine [330] and Elizabeth (Rumph) Jameson. She married in He was born in 1S14 in South Carolina. b. and Mrs. Born in Orange Parish.\ /' /m. m.. kS6S. Then siiiks at once atid all is night. .N./. R. Dr. //. Washington.. Mrs.r.' he rushes to his l':. /•. 1S72.. b. b. Miller was of Alabama . which bears the following inscription : A monument GENERAL DAVID FLAVEL JAMISON. Memoranda. 1S7S. fnUN DwioHT Shepard. General Jameson adorned And in the full possession of his faculties. Dec. Owens. about eight feet high. of Columbus. and ran the blockade into Charleston. W.

William H. He was born Sept.'' John. 28.^ Robert^ Henry .-' Robert.^'a.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. where Mrs.^ WHliam. was born March Md. There were no children. 1886. (George. Stephen Yerkcs.'' IVU/iam. 22. (Beaver) Gamber. Pa. They reside in Bur- THE CHILDREN WEKE Bessie A. son of George [342] and Louisa (Stuckert) Jameson.^ Jokn. : Aug. i. Pa. Pa. was born Dec. in Montgomery Co. and Leah Phair. Bucks Co.. b. They resided in Spencerville. No.MameSOn {Uzzkl WakefieU. 1SS9.. 1S80. Bucks Co.. 1859. 26. 1881. of Stephen and Amy Hart (Montanye) Yerkes. son of William H. daughter of Uzziel Wakefield [341] and Margaret Hall (Spencer) Jameson.- M. of Elizabeth" Jameson {George. was born Dec. 1857. Pa. b. in Warwick. Md. Mr.. 373. 1888. 8. Fhair. 3. 1845. Pa.. Caroline Gamber. '" Warminster. daughter George [342] and Louisa (Stuckert) Jameson. She married Oct. 1835. was born '" Warwick.'^ Robert. George Washington" Jameson . in Hartsville. Oct. Maggie C. Frank H.. She married Nov. igq. b. 1859.^ Robert. in Spencerville.'' Robert.V and Biographical Memorials of Families. 1867. 1S6S. p. son He was barn April 11. Md. 13. Conard now resides. 1886. Jane K.^ Robert. March 14. where Mrs. was born Feb. 1857. He died in infancy.. 31.^ John.Henry'')." Jameson {George. 1839. Frank H. 22. was born Sept. 36S. 27. son died April 23. Phair died June 6. 1S9S.. George F. 1841. where they reside. 369.— Zrt7c/. Clara J. Jan. in Spencerville. lul. Wilson. son of \\'illiam Frank and Elizabeth Wilson. Jame2. 1S78. Reference. They resided in Philadelphia. He married Feb. 25.^ Henry'). in Warwick. : July 10. Elizadeth Genealogical J.. son of Andrew and Mary (Seiner) Conard.Henry'). Pa. daughter George [342] and Louisa (Stuckert) Jameson.^ Henrf). 25. daughter of Adam and Julia A. 19.. No.." Robert. Bucks Co. m. He was born June 10. No. Feb. daughter of Uzziel Wakefield [341] and Margaret Hall (Spencer) She married Jan. She was born Dec. 30. 1881 . 1S69. Md. in Hartsville. Pa. Jameson. 1S56. Md. He tonsville. b. 1S83. in Philadelphia. They resided in Hartsville. Pa. Sept. 1S52. ParsUy. Anna Amelia ^ Jameson {^Uzziel Wakefield. Conard.^ Heiiry^).*' Robert? Robert. Mrs.. in Hartsville. 1842. Pa. Conard died Sept.. No. 372. THE CHILDREN WERE: Louise Amy. 25. of THE ONLY child WAS George J. She married May 14. Pa.

( r. b. March 6. 1880. [392]. in Orangeburgh district. C. David Flavel (365) and Elizabeth Ann Carmichael (Rumph) Jameson. b.^ Van de Vastine [364] and Lavinia (Glover) He married Oct. 1888. April 9. 1871. C. 1S7S.^t ras/hic. Dec.?. April 27. 4. Aug. Caroline Harper " Jameson ( David Flavel. Sanders Glover" Jameson Akxciiuler^. Emti. They resided in 30.Henry^). Aug. C. was born June 27. 1834. j. Annie Siducr. Jameson died July 12. [391]. 378.Hcnnf). S./ . Jameson is living in Roanoke. d. She married Micah Jenkins. Va. THE CHILDREN WERE: GEdRGK G. S. Nov. Ella Elizabeth Zimmerman." Hcnry'^'). She died in chiLliiood. Orangeburgh district. b. 1S58. in Orangeburgli. She was born in Virginia. Chari. 18S4. 1S60. fsSga]. THE ONLY CHILD WAS Daxiei. No. C. Mr. : S. 1S70. Jameson. Thomas H.ie C. son of Gen. She was born in Orangeburgh district. 1880. [390]. daughter of Capt. S. son of Capt. They reside in Cameron. July 16. i8.^ Van dc Vastinc. b. 20. S. daughter of David Flavel [364] and Elizabeth Ann Carmichael (Rumph) Jameson. [393]. 30. S. They resided in Yorkville. C. fulv 15.* Robert.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 18S6.' Van de Vastine* Robert. He married Dec. was born in Orangeburgh District.^ Alxander^. David Runiph" Jameson {David Alexander^- Flavel. Caroline G. 381. b. C. Hari'ER [393I)]. 1870. Sept. . 1830. 28.^ Van de Vastinc. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: WiLi.^ Robert. C. 1S64. He died in boyhood. Jenkins was killed in the Battle of the Wilderness.es a. and Ann Elizabeth Zimmerman. b. Mrs.iE [393a]. Gen. John J. i85o. No. S. was born Oct. 16.

S. and proved March in Milford. 1S7S. MicAH Jenkins [400]. 405. Wilson died in 1894 in Columbia. b. 12. Samuel Harper [403]. Jameson died Feb. July 31. Wilson.-. C. Caroline Jenkins I396]. March 3. Memoranda. Mr. No. C. Colleton Co. Caruline. 1867. Jameson died.se of his wife Jane. James Olino. Feb. b. 8. where Mr. 1872. THE CHILDREN WERE: Scott Milks [394]. in Society Hill. 1899. 8. Oct. 10. C. Jeannktte [401]. b. Pa. Oct. Williaill Harper" Jameson (DaviJ Fhivd. Jan 13. 1735. b. All her surviving children reside. /i//W-£-. 1841.. John Wilson [404]. 18. b. Pa. April 3.m. 18. 1S76. Ireland. THE CHILDREN WERE: F. 1S75. 24. S. b. daughter of Isaac De Lesseline Wilson. b. 385. 1737. Jan. John. estate to his only son. He was born in Society Hill. after the decea. May 20. b. in Magnolia Mines. b. Wilson died July. iSSo. d. S. in Summerville. Jane McIra. 1S83. children reside. Elizaketh Miles [395].l [397]. 1886. THE children WERE: Mary Dwioht./-f. 3. Dec. d. S. merville.n resides 1900. No. 15. Jameson died March i. Nov. was born in Ulster Co. 26. He married Jane They resided in Milford. b. His by which he gave all his If John should die . EHzaheth C. 28. Dec. C.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA.. married Isaac De Lesseline Wilson. 1887. 1880. Sallie" Jameson (David Flavel? Van de Vastine? Robert? Alexander? daughter of David Flavel [364] and Elizabeth Ann Carmichael (Rumph) Jameson. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Jolix [4o6]. Oct. where the S. Sept. Mr. S.meso. 1S75. 1873. son of Isaac De Lesseline Wilson. De Lesseline ^L\R(. 1877. Memoranda. b. C. b. 24. Jameson purchased will land. 26. June. 13. 1S94. Mrs. C. Bucks Co. Henry'^).April 16.. was born June. Mr. S. Sept. S. 87 wood They resided in Camden and in SumPlantation.fc'. 384. b. resided in Society Hill.. d. Ja. Capt. Bucks Co.r. b. in the same place. b. [399]. S. 1736.Van dc Vastine. b. William Jameson. They 1866. . June 10. was dated Sept. Maroaret ELiZAREtH. i88r. iSSi. C. 187S. John Wilson [398]. michael (Rumph) Jameson.AREl Jane [402!. Dayii) Jameson.. son of David Flavel [364] and Elizabeth Ann CarHe married Nov. 1S70. Davih P'la\ i-. 1776. 1S69 May 27. b. Dec. Mrs. No. Mrs. 1S67. parentage unknown. Jameson died Feb. 21. in Society Hill.^ Robert? Alexander? Henry^). 1737. C. 11. 1874. C..

406. was born . and proved July 9. I\Ir. 177S. both are dead. b. John Martin d. and Mrs. They reMarried Alice Edwards. m. Jameson died July 24.is dated June 15. Jane Crosley. Joseph" Jameson (Jolm. 28. She was born Feb. Mary./.^^. Martin had latter died . . viz. m. Jameson died Jan. son of John (Edwards) Jameson. son of Willlam [405] and Jane Jameson. 25. Mrs. Pa.. sided in Milford. Edwards had two children Susan and Mr. witliout cliildren. 4. He was commissioned Dec. 27. pub. Mr. Memoranda." -i^^ <-^ iVo. Kate.^ O'^'^^ (^"fi^^ <^ county. Mlu-y Bean. April 6. History of Bucks Co. Jane [415]. m. Mr.IAM [408].. Jameson died June. Pa. viz.. 27.: William. Mary Memoranda. m Catharine T. a period of more than thirty ^ J CL^^yL^J w/ years Mr. : Jane Sept. Samuel Miller. [411].M Ja. m. : Mr. 'Tohn Edwaids. 10. Wll. Jan. 30. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1SS6. /. and Mrs. m d. Wu.. 1757. John^ Jameson {Jo/in. after providing for his son John's widow. p.. a justice of the peace and continued to serve in this office to the end of his life.Sept. 1S32. Marcaret [412]. They resided in Richmond. and Esaias. Mr. Miller had three children. in Milford. No.I. 2j/. and Mrs. Bucks Co. . 10. Manjarel (Hicks) Ball: Hannah [414]. 1745. 1776.Jameson {WUUam'^).. 1832. Bucks Co.. 1S20. 1S27. Jane Crosley. 17. Bucks Co. . daughter of John and Mary Edwards. Feb. 447. Bucks Co. April 26. Mr. Jameson's will w. John Bennington. 1S26. 1776. Pa. and Mrs. Bean. tlie estate was to go / /) XlA^YLM-l^^i/yi Uler-n j -I '° '^'-'^ '^''ot'i'^''' J°'^" Jemyson. ried Sept. Jameson was a very promi0.»^ ^ y ^. was born in Milford. Mrs. 1778. 4. John. m. the CHILDREN WERE: Isaias [413]. Margaret Wilson. m. Pa. 1776. 1S39.7' J/' nent citizen in the upper part of the /^1^^ . (Edwards) Jameson. Aug. He removed to Virginia.iHX [409]. [406] and Alice He married Mary d. : Jane.LlA. No.WHHam^). 1770. The three children.. Pennington had no children. Pa. Jonathan Shaw and Sarah. son of John [406] and Alice He marin 1757 in Milfofd. 179S. Jan. Mary. 1759. [410]. THE CIIILDREX WEUE Joseph [407]. m. .mesox [408] was a staunch and active patriot during the Revolution.JVi/Ham^). 409.

married May 15.. resided in Milford. d. 1S29. Pa. m. Elizabeth Wilson d. : Stephen. m. 23. was born THE CHILDREN WERE . Pa. [420]'. m. m. Oct. 27.William^). and Mrs. 1829. 17. lune 21. Feb.. She was born Jan. Sept. 2=. He married Elizabeth Wilson. John T. He * died in early life. Bishop . Joseph^ Jameson (Isaiasi^ Jose/lt. June 13. They Mr. Dec. 418.. [416].^ Jolm. 6. i. Mr. 27.. 15. in Richland. Bucks Co. d. . Bucks Co. son of Isaias [413] and Mrs. 27. John H. Mary Shawn. ni. 1S26.e died in infancy. Mr. "Margarkt H. Memoranda. 1831. 18S6.S1. Benjamin Roberts. Maria. Margaret (Ball) Jameson. 1819. Eli [422]. [428]. Jameson died IsaiaS^ JjiraCSOll (y^J-'T*''. May 22. Jameson died Aug. [417]. "i. Penrose bad an onh child. widow of Aaron Ball.^. 1S34.Jan. 111. b. Pa. b. Joint. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary Ann Es. June 11. Mrs. : Nov. and d.M ARr. b. Clayton Fouike four cliildren. 1826. Deborah Niee. They Mrs. b. hllen Kirk. Paulina Roberts . iiec Hicks. Margaret {Hicks) Ball. April 7. Nov. m. . viz. q. m.. 1799. and Mrs. Tune 15. 1783. 1S26. b. 12. Mrs. Nov. No. Memoranda. Charles K. 1817. No. 111. Mr. m. Samuel Jameson (Jolm. b. iSoo.' y"/'". znA Samuel. 12. : . D. Mr. ni. Bucks Co. m. 1818. Penrose. 185S. 17.i [429]. 1817. 1823: ni. Jameson died Sept.ARET [430]. Ellen. iSn. Jameson died June 13. John [425]. Pa. Memoranda. viz. May 15. J. Smith bad two children. lie died voung. She died March 10. Bucks Co. 1834.an. Sl. THE CHILDREN WERE Marcarki[423]. Jane Roberts. No.: THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA LUREN WERE Marcarki- Mary Samuki. b. 28. 17S2. Thomas Siradling. 179S.. 1783. Xe-. April 4. April 26. 1S22. [418]. 26. 413. Bucks Co. i 28. and Annie. 1S02. Aii!. son of Joseph [407] and He married Richland. was born April 7. in Mary (Bean) Jameson. Jameson died Dec. Hannah Morgan. 419. resided in Richland. 1SS9. 1791.WID R. ^Cornelia Foulke: -Matilda G. Thomas Smith. viz. b. Ei. : Mary Elizabeth.>•'/''' Penrose. i\lRs. iWarch 14. Foulke.oton Thomas. 1S53. 1799. in Milford. [426]. Pa.WilHam^). 1779. 1855. April 28. : Joseph [419].Hf Roberts.^ Willia»i\ son of John [409] and Jane He (Crosley) Jameson. was born May 22. ni. [424]. Mr. Mary Ann [421]. d. y. Penrose had 111. b Feb. d. b..MAS [427]. 111. May 6.. 1890.^ Jolm.

where they resided. THE CHILDREN WERE: Ko..- William^). 428.. m. .. m. They New Hope. D.VAY//. daughter of Thomas Davis. Pa. AND Mrs. July Christiana [439]. b. children. son of Joseph [419] and Elizabeth (Wilson) Jameson. 1S52. of York. . was born in Scotland. ^rarch 19. S. Cassandra [451]. John Med Lain. [440]. . 1766. m. Man JiiHN [437]..Kon. -.. I447I.[Fearson) Ely. pirentage unknown. Jane 1769. He emigrated to America about 1740.Match 26.«: m. ::a/..v. Mary [441]. 18:51. 1776. Nov. James Thomas r. 1776. HoRArio Gapes [450]. Jameson died about 1800. Jameson died in 1S02. 111 ' ///. Rachel [454I. I'ol. Mr. Elizaljeth Reynolds. Jameson was married again. S. m. 3. ..: Eli. m./.90 THE JAMESONS Mr. Emma [432]. Jaeob Carroll../.. m.. I448I. . 12. haft. Memoranda. June. m.. . Thomas had two IN AMERICA."' Hugh J.n [436]. . m. j. She probably died in infancy. d. Han- HENKiErrv [452]. by said committee to disNockami. parentage unknown. . UIESON of the Committee of ^CiAiid l^'^^'^^i^n^^'S^ifi Aug. d.. Sarah Daniel . XI'. [443]..' . Bucks Co. Emily [453]. of Ba. 1S05. Aug.' . George A . m. '-. 1S3S.Magazine. 1S38. m. MeClellan. M.:. m.: . G. Mrs. m. m. 1S14.^ John. Pa. [434]. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jane Elizabeth [431]. 1771. . m. No.isx\e. Daniel Jameson. married and resided Bucks Co. m.-Col Perry. Shordley. Feb. Bucks Co.-7£v»7. viz. m. Zv. Emma ^ Williams. David Jameson. b.. Elizaretii [438]. 1797.„!:. p.S.. York. 2S7.rd m. service.4rthur O'Nara.ameson in 1804 was in Nockamixon. 18. 6g6. Josephine mi.V.^ Isaias* Joseph. . ANN|4461.Son [442]. . :. 1800. Omelia [456].. Pa.l/i. . Elizabeth Davis.Mrs. THE CHILDREN WERE: in Nocka- Hn. and died about 1822..//„.— /'^'w/Mi'/ewH/V.Mrs. Alfred Wilson. [449]. Reeerences. landing in Charleston. J. Pa.sErii [455l.m.\: .xon whose husbands were in actual il}' 26. tribute to distressed families in iTj6.1. Cra-ven. Samuel Barr. Culhertson. m.. .-. . A'. EsaiaS resided in Jameson (Joseph. 1778. ^Catharine Shevell: m.McCammon.... i.A Ellen Kirk. Lieut. Kirk [433]. Pa. where Dr. was appointed.b Dami. He settled in He married. ' Daniel Jainieson.. : : ' . James Culhertson. b.xter's Pennsylvania Battalion of the Flying Camp.5. No. m.. ycsse.:ert [445]- Hew. Will Book.\. after 17S1. Pa. 444. I'ol. C. Kaddiffe. iri. but later removed to Shippensburg. m. .

D. Hugh Denwoody. He was an elder and prominent member of the First Presbyterian church of Columbus (Franklinton). Mrs. REFERKsrES... Pa. She had two sisters and one brother. holding commissions of captain. and was at the battle of Loyal Hanna. Jamieson is killed or mortally wounded in the expedition. Pa. Ohio. D. Potter. 1756 we have sent an express to Fort Shirley for Dr. 23-28. Hugh Mercer. removed with her family to Franklinton. Jameson held by executive appointment various civic offices in the county of York. afterward the distinguished General Mercer of the Continental army. Fort Augusta. Under date of Dec.xerted themselves much in * * * * " The gentlemen who deserve the most from the the (irand Cause " publick are David Jameson. These various military commissions. serving in the Colonial wars against the French and Indians. Col. 1812. Culbertson's will was offered for probate March 14. does his duty well and is an exceedingly good officer. As showing the service rendered and the esteem in which Dr. there are many papers referring to him in the Colonial Archives of Pennsylvania. 1803. M. David Jameson had commanded at Fort Hunter. between May. now Columbus. 1776. and it is said served under Washington in the battles of Princeton and Monmouth.. She married April ig. Safety ni Philadelphia. 1S07. a letter from Horace Hamilton to Capt... qi-4. in Shippensburg. 1769. prior to May 3. He had children by a previous marriage. Jameson came from Scotland in company with a friend.... according to records.. and signed the call Sept. 1764. in a written sketcli of his fatlier's life. Pa.. e. Mrs. supposing Dr. Dr. Charles Lukens and Mr. dated. He w. Jameson married '^Col. 1815. g. "Col. the young man from Scotland. John's Episcopal Church.. who fell at Princeton. — and had a special commission to try certain offenders. There is an accredited family tradition that Dr. of the U. p. a great-grandson of Col. now of Washington. Oct. ' Fort Littleton. Beaver streets. March 14. he being not returned " "Capt. Mrs.—AA-mair of Cc/. and purchased lands situated on both sides of the Scioto river. much worn and obliterated by time. from Franklin Co. c. At one time the Jameson and Culbertson families constituted about half the congregation.. also a young surgeon. to Rev. Pa. Ohio. York. the committee of YorI< Co. Jameson is a gentleman of education. 5. Pa. Col. He was appointed justice of the peace. was an officer in the Provincial forces of Pennsylvania. Horatio Gates Gibson. a merchant of York. a part of the time acting as a surgeon in the army. Jameson was held. and 1760. Sj.April i. previous to Sept. Va. 1807. are in the possession of Gen. It is now one of the most wealthy and influential churches in the city of Columbus. Scotland. . Records of St.D. He was commissioned also as colonel in the militia of Pennsylvania. and as late as He 1796. Hoge. and opposite the National Hotel. as follows: " In these times of Difficulty several gentlemen have e. to Franklin Co. S." . iXoles. was a graduate from the medical department of the University of Edinburgh. 1757. where they resided. Mercer.iz'iW jf<rmesan.. by liis son. . Dr. of Richmond. Memoranda. C. Robert Culbertson. in 1740. and June. April 4. Jan. He was the owner of the property on the southwest corner of Main and 1776. Jameson' was the eldest daughter of Thomas Davis of York. I/is/ory of Neshaininy Cliurcli. 25. i-:s6.rs a man of considerable wealth. — Dr. 1820.. Jameson. J20-S and Appendix d. in the war of the Revolution. Culbertson survived her husband two or three years. George Irwin. Horatio Gates Jameson. Pa. to become its pastor. After Dr.pp. D. etc. Pa. 1777. a sister's son. His will was probated . a gentleman of wealth and distinction. wrote to the Committee of as stated Mr. which is the oldest settlement in Cumberland Co. Jameson's death Mrs. David Jameson. Irwin. He practised his profession in Yorlv." " Col. brigade major. Irwin was one of the deputies from York to the Provincial Convention in Philadelphia. 31. George Eichelberger They have been exceedingly useful. Dr. Jameson. was a descendant of the "Campbell Clan" and a nephew of the Duke of Argyle.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. and lieutenant-colonel. Fort Aughwich. known as Irwin's Corner." Col. army./. who had removed. M.

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a physician and settled in Allentown. [471]. He married ' Ha/iu. jg. 448. Jameson died in 1838 in Baltimore.!«.. 14. Mrs.kkw [457]..imeS .Jameson {Davi(P son of David [444] and Elizabeth (Davis) Jameson. Dr. Memoranda. m. Pa. fp.meson was appointed in 1804 physician to the county poor house hospital elected coroner in 1808. m. m. Jane Naxcv [462]. 1 Ja David Joseph [458J. Feb. Dr. She was born in York. Ohio. b.. and Mrs. and was elected sheriff in Oct. was born in York. 1S14. Jameson became Jameson was a daughter of his mother's third husband. m. Jameson died Oct. b. m. daughter of David and Mary (Sultzbaugh) Myers. and held the office until Oct. Nancv David [464]. holding the office until 1812. Catharine Carl. Emii. Jameson became nephew of her mother's Rei father. where they resided.v [470]. 1805. She was born in East Dr.>/ Wiser. 1803. Arjientage resided in Columbus.. organized 1S03. No. They resided in York. d. Md. son of David [444] and Elizabeth (Davis) Jameson. 70. Mr. a physician and practised in Sliippensburg. Robert Culbertson. THE CHILDREN WERE: Ani. D. Pa. David Ja //. THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Robert [460]. 1S7S. Jameson mar>. and died March ig. Ei. in town. Pa. Dr. No. />. Thomas . 7. 1S31. 1S74. Pa. Ohio. Jameson died when the children were quite young. Memoranda.. [459]. J Memoranda. McClellan. where he was born. e. m. [467]. Jam [463]. /. Mrs. [468J. The daughter married a Mr. Ohio. d. 1S21.. Pa. Feb. Me. Pa.. was born in 1771 in York. He was one of the associate justices of the first court of common pleas. Heinv Mveis.1/.. Ja. He was the principal owner of a chain bridge which spanned the Lehigh river at that place. David Jameson. 1S6S. Pa.— JA7«o//(>/" Col. and again from 1816 until 18 18. M. . Pa.izA [461].. Mr. East Berlin. Mrs.JjimeSOn {-Davui^). a cousin of her mother. he removed to Franl<linton. but prior to May 3. He married Elizabeth Myers.. />. where they resided. Pa. 1824. J. Mrs. Dec. 170S. [465]. . of Col. ried '^Mrs. and he lived in a house near the bridge which was used as a toll-house. iSco. Jameson died. Adam Margaret Charles [469]. Glosslrenner. April 25.. d. Refekknces. m. THE CHILDREN WERE: Thomas Catherine Charlotte [466]. — 1SS3. THE CHILDREN WERE. 23. in Franklin Co. Col. Jameson removed in 1809 to AllenBerlin.

Jameson died Aug. b. b. b. b. in Baltimore. A]>ril 9. Oct. much valuable data. % THE CHILDREN WERE: Cassandra [472]. S. Md. i. and widow of Judah Ely. David Gushing of Baltimore. They resided in SomerCathariiif Shcvcll. Adams Town. He won a wide reputation for his successful treatment of the cholera. 1837. 1S21. Feb. Nov. Pa.. Aug. Pa. d. April 24. Oct. Mrs. Kcz: Jolui Gibson. Te. Feb.. iSoS. Memoranda. David Davis [477]. Caihakixk [475I. Pa. was born in 1804. 1S55. He died in Columbia. and his distinguished learning and ability were recognized in the medical and surgical circles of the continent. Jameson left in manuscript a memoir of his distinguished father. 27. Robert J.. set. 10. d. 1S41. Hannah She Capt. which was epidemic in 1832 edge and in Philadelphia and in Baltimore. She was born in Somerset. Catharine Jameson died Nov. — Horatio Gates. Ri-v. Md. Jan. Sept. 26.. 17. Jesse Pearson. in New York City.v furnished the author of this volume 10 Gates Ja.x of genealogy and memoranda.mesun. Dr. Jameson spent some time with his family in Europe. i3. 1. dSio. b. b. McClellan. Aug. 1S35. He practised for more than forty vears in Baltimore.. Md. to which is added an interesting appendi. Krsii [474]. whom Dr. 2. Alexander Cii):EAr [476]. He died in early manhood. 9. daughter of Jameson married 1852 "Mrs.Jameson (^iJ^vV/'). He died while on a visit to New York city. and removed in 1810 to Baltimore. M. b. . {Fcarscn) Ely. Pa. 1884. He died in early life. He wrote several medical books which were accepted as authority by the profession. Ei. 450. Jameson was very celebrated for his surgical knowl- skill. dren. 1S36. Henry McClellan of York. No. Col. the only child of the second marriage. (Davis) Jameson.?// 'McColloh Porter. 20. of Baltimore. 3. Dec. m. William James Gibson. Pa. Dr. Ohio. d. 5</r. Horatio Gates Jameson Gibson. David Jameson. Hannah Jameson died Aug. iS^6. m. D. May 17. Mav 3. 1S65. Esq. April 28... son of David [444] and Elizabeth He married Aug. which has been printed but not published by his grandson.94 IHE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. ^'a. 1S50. 20. Aprir24. m. U. iSo^. Mrs... D. Gen. Mrs. IS65. He was the founder and president of the Washington Medical College of that city. Dr. Jameson mairied. 1797. Dr.izAiiKTH [473]. Dr. 1S32. was a widow lady witli two chilone became Dr. Gettysburg.'iS32. 179S. This appendi. Charles Jameso. 1855. Wheeling. 1S15.x. A..So( . Fis/u-r. became a very eminent physician. A. and the first president of the Ohio Medical College in Cincinnati. was born in 1778 in York. HciRAlIo GArES (478]. Pa. the other became Mrs. 3. Md. 27. became a Methodist clergyman. 1S12. Md.\. m.

which was such a terror to the British mercantile shipping. 452. Culbertson's j'ounger sister. Aug. Esq. resided in Zanesville. and had children. and the funeral service was held at the residence of Jesse F. Aug. D. Baltimore. where they resided. also graduated from the same college.. the oldest son.. the next younger son. He was a distant relative of Col. 95 Mrs. Jameson./' ). 1SS4. 147 Park avenue. and became a physician. He had two children. daughter of David [444] and Elizabeth (Davis) Jameson. Pa.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. b. i. He had several children. graduated from the same institution as his older brother. . Ohio. 79. Mrs. Alexander C. Ely. iq. Paul's cemetery.. Jameson. pp.Jameson {Bar/. M. was born in Pennsylvania. They resided near Columbus. was famous in the Revolutionary period as the commander of the privateer. Capt. Ohio. an only son of her first marriage. married and resided in Zanesville. Dr Jameson's oldest son. Fearson. Later he was a captain in an Ohio regiment in the War for the Union. the children were: Jefkerson. Han.. pursued a course of medical study. w'as born in Pennsylvania. married and resided in Thornville. Perry. Memoranda. iSoS. Culbertson was a hatter by trade. Pa. and died in the hospital. Mr. He was born in Zanesvi'le. Dtiviii J. Buccaiice?-. he entered the service of the new formed Republic of Te. He graduated from Washington Medical College. -Mnnoir of Col. Ohio. She married A/r. Md. But in March.. 7. were attractive young ladies.ivusoii.- (/Ce/. David Jameson.Jameson {Dav/</^ ). being sherift' of the county and son. Ohio. Emily Jameson [453]. 42. HuRATio Gates. Jameson's father. 1S35. the second References. in Baltimore. James Culbertson.. but died at the age of twenty years. He was chosen and served as mayor of Zanesville. married Mrs. -S. 1805. 4S. 43-4^5. No. /SS4. D. at No. Jameson Culbertson. whose son. New York Tribune. Ohio. member of the state legislature. Md. and the burial was in St. Baltimore C<1SSaildra. i. Rush Jameson. She married Feb. ig. in Chambersburg. where he died at the age of twenty-five years David Davis Jameson. 71. M. married. daughter of David [444] and Elizabeth (Davis) Jameson.. Robert Culbertson. Mrs.pp. and commenced practice in that city. Ohio. . James Culbertson. Arlluir O'Hara. Cu/bcrison. the children were James. the second son.— /l/fmo/. Henrietta. Jameson died at the age of eighty years. Columbus.xas. Md. was born in Adams Town. and entered upon professional practice in Baltimore. Irwin. Jane Culbertson and her sister. and died there in less than a year. Ohio.vah Jameson survived her lamented husband nearly thirty years. and became a prominent a citizen. Emilv Culbertson.

454.. who died Barr died July. 4S.of Col. Mr. Pa. Mrs. His farm was on the Scioto river. Sam i/t'l Ban. in (Davis) Jameson. He died March 21. They resided in Franklinton. //. near tlie present Greenlawn cemetery. Mr. adjoining tlie farm and south of both was the farm of Col. No. son of Col. Barr'married July 4. Culbertson was the e. J/. David Jamesoti. born near Strasburg.. daughter of David [444] and Elizabeth 1790 in Shippensburg.1/6V«OT> of Col. Ohio. (Jhio. soii. Robert Culbertson. Refkrknces. 453. Columbus. 49. O'Hara was soutli of of Dr.\eculri.— .x of her husband's will and Rki-krences. daughter of David [444] and Elizabeth She married jfamcs Culbeii(Davis) Jameson. They resided in Columbus. survived him many years. Rachel ^ Jameson (Dnr/i/^). V. Robert Cula large farmer . 42.g6 THE ja:mesons in America. Af/ss Ashtoii. D.50. Rachel 1824. where Mrs. was born in Pennsylvania. and trader. 1826. Robert Culbertson. David Jaiiuson. She married (McCune) Barr. the third husband Mrs. He was of John and March 26. Memoranda. 1853. THE CHILDREN WERE: Memoranda. Ohio. David Jameson [447] bertson [444]. Mr.. 41. son in 1849.— il/f?«o". the second son of Col. Mr. No. Culbertson died many years later. Jul Vaught .pp. M. Emily' Jameson {David^\. Culbertson was of his wife's mother.\. Culbertson died in 1824. Pa. was born iSi.

Adams. pf. died in 1S83. Makv Elle. Nancy' Jameson {James-. was born Feb. was born in Shippensburg. Ohio. reside in Columbus. David Jamezon. . David^). 457. 4S.'\n imitator.I/iv«o//. in Front street. and the younger daugliter. son of David [447] and Sarah (Ciilbertson) Jameson. Pa. 7. Mr. children Referexce. 464. -A-'- No. many years. D. 1798. Ohio. DavW) daughter of David [447] and Sarah She married /aiin-s (Culbertson) Jameson.p. not far from State survived his brother. m.. Andrew^ Jameson (Davii/-. Elizabeth [487]. The other resided in Columbus. Kei-erexces. and Mrs. P'redekick [486].abefh. of Col. Jaiie^ Jameson {Davl. [483J. [481]. He Joseph Jameson. 4S.of Col. Memoranda.x. Tex.— .xarkana. bj. and was postmaster of that place. Ohio. Scioto river and escaped unhurt. Memoranda. No.. where Mrs. William David [485]. Jameson held several township offices. came to grief. No. m. Jameson both died. where Mr.— . pp. CHILDREN WERE : He died in earlv ' life. Pa. />. was born in Shippensburg. the second son. [488]. Makv A Sox [482]. Mr. Cal. to Illinois and was killed by the accitlie David Jameson. •Joseph all Adams settled in Galena. Sarah Isabella. McDougall resided in Santa Barbara. having been a widow many years. David^). ^Jarnes Moreloit. and Mrs. David Jameson. M. White. Joseph Jane [480]. daughter of James [448] and ElizaShe marbeth (Myers) Jameson. M. Ohio.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Coiumlsus. however. Malinda [489].P.. in East Berlin. resided near Ohio. Mr. Adams. Memoranda. M. and Mrs. removed dental discharge of a gun while hunting. Dr.v> David Jameson. the Referexces— . William Jameson. and was highly esteemed. the second son.l/<7««> of Col. Dr. Scioto river. D. They resided in Columbus.I/c7«. the children were: Ik\vix[484].JS. Pa. Jameson street. [479]. Dr. White. David Jameson. He married and resided in Columbus. <E Davii. 462. the youngest son. resided in Te. won a w iger by jumping from a bridge over . the children were: Eli/.

. Jameson died Nov. Charles Sherman. in East Berlin. Louis Wares. [490]. Mr. She died at the home of her daughter. 20. lived about a mile and a half from Gettysburg. 1866. Memoranda. Dec. m. was used by the Confederates as a field hospital. 28. April 2. '^Jesse Walter. b. 1S18. 1838. Pa.. 1893. 9. in Hanover. 1S74. m. m. She was born Aug. Jameson died April 25. 26. Charles. May 14. the children were: SIndl. viz. Tiiey resided in in Reading. 28. b. Walter. Pa. David'' Jameson {James. : . 1 79 of Jacob and Hannah Myers. Ross. Mrs.i. Julv ii. 1830. in Gettysburg. 1S67. Nancv [492]. James Buchanan [493]. and during the great battle there.iKA [495]. Mr. 1866. d. Liber. Jan. Sept. 1S56. 1S79. was born Dec. son 1. Pa. Pa. m. Sept. Mr. b.. 1873 Hanna Sorola. m. He died in childhood. Sept. b.\ [491]. Ross Myers reside in Roland Park. 3. Her parents died when she was a child. April I. l865 He died in early life Nov. His wife is the daughter of David and Hannah (Winebrenner) Slagle. 1S33. 23. 1894."l/yers. where they resided. m . Oct. ycjf//. b. d. \'a.. iSoo. d. 7. i. 6. 1S26. Feb. 24. Mil/Hen. Ja. Harry Jameson. Md. Gettysburg. Oct. Pa. Nov. m. He was born New Chester. b. 1868.. b. a farmer Mr. He died in infancy. May.. d. b. son of James [448] and Elizabeth (Myers) Jameson. Henry Myers. Sept. 17. Pa. b. 1862. d. ^Dr. 1S65. Wii. 1831. 11. Oct. May i. his barn. 1S38. Myers died Feb. d. 1842. 1814. May 8. Aug. Henry Myeks Jameson married his wife in Strasburg. Nov. June 30. They have two children: Christine. 18^3. ni.iAM. living in Hanover. 1S72. b. d. 465. SiNGLETo. 22. Ei. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 29. 25. b. 1S95. 1833. m. 22. and he died. m. 23. Pa. Pa. b. 1S59. b. in that city. April 27.EAN. near NewChester. 23. Sept. He married Catherine Carl. b. THE CHILDREN WERE Jacob A. David R.. whicli like his house was of brick..David^). b. 404 North street. d. Myers was an own No. 1S40. Memoranda. Aug. b. daughter of George and Catharine (Diller) Carl. 1S81 Robert Gates. June 16. 1864. Emma Wirt Bianitz Henry Edward. . -^Amanda Nov. Anna Catherine Ronsh. and the largest in the county. Adams Co. Henry Myers Amei. J. York Co. and Mrs. 1898. d. near Baltimore. Belinila M.meson was and . 1863. b. and she lived witli her grandfather Myers' family. RcsH [494]. g. 30. They resided in Gettysburg. March 6.. They had five children. 1836: m. Pa. Dorothy. Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Johnston. in New Oxford. in where Mr. Lnwis Stoiiecifir. m. Sept. 1S60. Sarah Ann Deardorff. J. cousin to his wife. Sept. June 16. Pa.. . 18. 1S33. Mrs. 1873. Harry Jameson Myers is a man of some distinction. Myers died Feb. 1861. 19. 24. May 20. 1878. His place of business is No.i.gS lied. 29. iS. ^AJaliiie Kamsey. Dec.. 1874. Horatio Gates. 20. Feb. Aug.N'. Mary E. : 1S15. Pa. Adams Co. York Co. where they reside. 1840. 1S40. m. 1870. Slagle.

.. son of Thomas [449] and (Hahn) Jameson.. D. . She married Adam J. Glosshrenner.. Annie Hantz.— . Mngdalene. Jameson the children were: Gates J.arried Amelia Jameson. a Mr. Charlotte^ Jameson {T/wmas. 466. Mary. Jameson died in 1863. No.. Daviii \V. Glossbrenner died since 1874. 468. the children were: Emily. m. He has four children..7H«.p. Ivan Glossbrenner. References. Mrs. Jameson C. where Mr.. Oct. : Mr. III. He went to Baltimore. is employed in the First National Bank. There is a daughter. was born in York. He married.lAv«<>/></a/. Emily J/. .. They reside in Chicago. Pa. David Jameson. Harry Leber. Adam J.... M. m. in Richmond. d. 467. of York. They had one child. a son. Pa. 57. Jameson died in 1881. leaving three children. Thomas Jameson. Pa.-7. where they resided. D C. Memoranda. was born in York. He was born in York. Glossbrenner held Reference.. ried and lives on a farm in Munroe. Jameson became sheriff of the in county like his father. and York. Pa. At the outbreak of the Rebellion he joined the Confederate army. where Mr..- David Jameson. Mr. Carman. pp. M. Lottie L. Pa. and Joseph Leber. Thomas^ Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE: George [496]. Md.. {Thomas^. like his grandfather. and died in 1S63. Carman resided in 1S87.: Sa/lit-. was born and is dead. daughter of Thomas [449] (Hahn) Jameson. j6. Louis Wares died in 1862. D. became a druggist. was born in York.David'). the position of sergeant-at-arms in the House of RepreWashington. . who ir. Glossbrenner died in 1S87.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. {Tlwmas. 1SS4. They have a daughter Alena. Md. Elmira Broivn. He Kate Annie [497]. and they resided in York. George Jameson was born daughter. Callierine^ and Wciscr. and colonel of the York militia.— J/f/««> 0/ Co!. D. Pa. of Co!. a Air.— /1/. the younger son. Cecilia. sentatives. Pa. No. viz. Pa. Va. m. 1S6S. is marHis mother resides with him. Ivan. died in 1S63.. Pa. and Mrs. No. Mrs._^2. Williams. She married Daniel P. Fannie Leber. 99 in Oxford. George H. Pa.. who married New James. p. viz. They resided in Philadelphia. David Jiimeson. . Memoranda.David^). Oliver Perry. in Baltimore. and his older son was page. daughter of Thomas [449] and (Hahn) Jameson.David''). Neb. d.)/. Rei-krknce.

William Ja. Mr. who died in infancy. of Philadelphia. Ryegate. b.Minn. William A. IJec.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. where Mrs.DavicP). WiUiam James Gibson. George M. She married Ma}. . He married and had one child. Edward Nesbit.. son He was born in iScS. Pa.Sc RoKEkT. Jan. Thev had one son.mes Gibsi:)X.. Cassa. They resided in Philadelphia. where he died at the age of thirlv vears. 472. in of Rev.. who married the oldest daughter. 1883. Jr. 1S34. Ij. in Duncansville. 1'. and from the University of Pennsylvania. 1832. uSjy: William James.. Cannonsburg. Pa. Robert Gibson. Xii\. 1798. Gibson bad two sons by the second marriage. Cassandra^ Jameson {Horatio Gates. i. 111. the older son. graduated from Jefferson College. Cliitlierine Roberts. Mr. in Philadelphia. Rco. Iowa.. Robert and William.l1i ni. Rev. Pa. was born Aug. and Hon. Porter. Pa. 3. Mary Jane. was graduated from the College of Pharmacy. He was a Chicago merchant living in VVheaton.. _- -. b. 1835. Mr. Cassandra Gibson died April 29.x. -Elizabeth Murray. 1865.Jami <. studied law with Hon. Later they resided in Carroll. :S. Pa. Gibson married. the younger son. William and Rebecca (Mitchell) Gibson. Pa. April. 3. Rev.s..S Jan. _M. 27. b. IILI) HijRATiu Gatf. He died in infancy. Vt. 1867. ...vdra |a. 10. and died Oct. No. and died in Philadelphia. . but his healtli failing he removed to Minneapolis. Pa. was a widower with three children.\ii ~'0.17. Katharine Jvi 1:1 ' I '.i. was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in that city. Maze. daughter of Horatio Gates [450] and Catherine (Shevell) Jameson. Dallas. in Somerset. b. 1S4C Memoranda. X"v.

and made 2d lieutenant of Second artillery. Nelson. of Chicago. and in York. It was conceded in her day that the palm of beauty belonged to the IS. admired. the youngest son of Rev. a son of Hon. Charlotte Packard...." years. I goo. in Philadelphia.Point. a bank president. Mrs. was the mother of two girls. 1843. and a sister. Pa. was distinguished as a States Navy. Md. 1847. Pa. was born in His early Baltimore. of York. reported there June 13. John Gibson. a cadet at West . made a voyage to the Hawaiian Islands. He was devoted to his work as a minister. Horatio Gates Jameson Gibson. Reformed Presbyterian church. loved. the third son. John and Elizabeth Gibson. 1843. the daughter. Schissler.. and prominently named for the position . the second son. and as a teacher of his He passed away at the age of nearly fourscore people "from youth to hoary age. and the other married Frederick J...iliimore Ih-lh'S. son of Rev. one of whom married James H. He was appointed March S. is a retired officer of the United States Army. Klhitbeth Jaiiicson and Elizainiih Patterson^ Mrs. Md. school days were passed in his native city. of the city of York. Pa. He has a brother. John Edwin. in York. of attorney-general of the state. where their mother resides. from Maryland to tlie Mississippi. "and there were two Elizabeths that gave Baltimore its prestige of beauty.. 1847. and was also gifted as a poet. Robert Gibson. graduated June 23. Esq. is the popular mayor. he had in charge for some years a large classical school. a lawyer of Frederick. and in 1900 the only survivor of his father's family. John Gibson. and a member of congress.. was a brave officer and died in a cause which he believed to be just. He served in Mexico. from the York. Robert Fisher Gibson. Pa. Pa. for many years a candidate for congress. Besides ministering to his congregation. Gibson was quite celebrated for her personal beauty. congressional district. and honored him. was a prominent lawyer and judge now deceased. William Gibson. was on duty as aide-de-camp to General Riley in California. Hopkins.irge measure of intellectual abilit}and was distinguished as a gifted and eloquent preacher. the oldest son. Esq. commander in the United Horatio Gates Jameson Gibson. He possessed a l. Old Covenanters from Vermont to the Carolinas. Sept. 111.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. John and Elizabeth Jameson Gibson. 8. Esq. a lawyer of distinction. Esq. and was .

Fredericksburg. and was mustered out of the volunteer service Aug. 23. 1883. and was severely wounded . 1SS2. They liad five children. D. Cullom's /ie^isler. He was made brevet colonel and brevet brigadier-general. 1853. daughter of Horatio Gates [450] and Catherine (Shevell) Jameson. CHILDREN WERE: 1S85. They resided in York. I. 27. 12. colonel of Third Ohio Heavy Artillery Volunteers. M.102 THE JAMESONS first IN AMERICA. The National h'epuhlican. for gallant and meritorious conduct at the Battle of Williamsburg. m. 11. and many others. D. 1876. He died in iiifancv. Daviil Jameson. and in later life he has been described as follows "General Gibson is a fine. 1837. d. viz. 1850. 19. 18. George and Anne (Shippen) Fisher. Aug. Since then General Gibson has resided in Washington. b. Latimer. and has been called upon to take in command American troops on various occasions. jj. Md. 1855. James IV.\. soldierly appearing officer. 1865. 1861. C. He became major of the Third artillery. Harriet S. a straight nose. b.Atkinson in St. Referknces. iSSj. and was in the Siege of Vorktown. Jameson^ s Dictionary of United States History. . b. Mr.Davld^^. 1862.Atkixsox had by her first marriage three children. 1862. 26. Jan. d. b. son of Hon. in Gettysburg. 1888. viz. David Ale. Feb. made was Nov. in the U. i. 475.-t'-iu-s. 5g-6/. as at Gettvsburg. Oci. b. m.. Henry. 1S69. pf. April. Jan. Annie. Dec. General Gibson. mental quartermaster.-s ya/iit-soit. 1851 During the next ten years he almost continually in service on the Western frontier. D. 29. Mary Barry. Emily Shevell. He was born May 6. h. 1S67. S. Fisher married Sept. March 13. 1876. 1844. 1806. — No. fuly 2. D. and widow of Edward Graham Atkinson. July 9. A. and made captain of Third artillery. Fisher died April 28. Catherine. b. Catherine' Jailiesail {Horatio and died April 25. May 14. 1865. Jone. . April ig. 1856 b. 1S88. Mo. Dec. Tvler. . He was brevetted major. : . the battles of Williamsburg. 1S76. Dec 14. He was made lieutenant-colonel Second Ohio Heavy Artillery Volunteers. volunteers. 1S50. 180S. 1859. lieutenant of Third artillery. He served during the War for the Union. Marshall. . br Jan. Pa. He has a bright eye. IVas/iington. 1836. Anna Helen. 1867 lieutenant-colonel of the Second artillery. He was on duty in command of Washington Barracks. June 13. 1865. 1874. HcuivKeiidyiik. and a mouth indicative of firmness. She was the daughter of Pjenjamin and Mary (Houston) Walker. 31. 8. . TIIF. in a battle with the Oregon Indians. He has a genial way about him that wins confidence after a short acquaintance.Miis. She died in infancy. Feb 7. She married Jan.s. 27. Annie. Se^^. a young cadet at West Point. 1891. 1863. Robert Strettlf. Va and Sept. d. June 6. i. . July 25. Ca/heiine Fiskei\ h. Jan. in Harrisburg. Jan. Sept. j2." GENEr!. 1865. 1885. 1836. to his retirement from active service. where Mrs. May 22. m.xaxder. Feb. 17. from June 8. 6g~-S. May 26. His record is filled with creditable achievements. massive forehead. was regarded as the handsomest man in his class. U. 17. m. 5. C. Three years later he was regi1855. 1863. Aug. James M. Sept. for valiant and meritorious conduct during the war. Slarv Houston.-\L Gibson married Mrs. George. b. Louis. Antietam. 1863.. and the Capital Centennial Celebration. So-fid. 2g. 1847. well proportioned and straight as an arrow. Mtmoir of Col. Pa. 15.. pp. he was made brevet lieutenant-colonel for gallant and meritorious service at the battle of Antietam. C : : . and served with it until Aug. Number 134^. h. S. She died in infancy. and colonel of the Third artillery. 1857 Benjamin Walker. Julv. Pa. 1896. : 2. Robert Strcttle Jones Fisher. Gates. 12. Noi a/io Od/. South Mountain. 7/5-. May 6. 1S67. was born April 24. ^ Mary Sophie Cadwell. Helen Camphell.

Mr. 493. Paul. Md. After Mrs. Marshall. D. Gettysburg. in 1836. i. Mass.. She was born Jn Baltimore.Arthur. Mr. Minn. Pa. They have no children. examiner-in-chief of that office. M. studied law with his father and in the Albany Law School.. Pa. Memoranda.. Fisher was a daughter of Robert Barry. 1SS5. and grandson of the Rev. th last three died ' ' ' : \ . 1915 Kalerama avenue. Baltimore. He was educated in Northhampton. Mary Todd Lincoln..David'). 1899. viz. D. inent lawyer and citizen of York.. and Einilie Shevell. He had quite a Mr. 2037 No. and Mt. K. in infancy. No. daughter of William and Mary (Pannell) Porter. J.. w. practised mediMrs. Ohio. Catherine 'JaiiWi : Cathcart. " ' They had five childr z Helen. George Fisher. and Mrs. studied law with his father. examiner in the patent olifice. was admitted to the bar. He was appointed. Mr. He was for many years a promRobert Cathcart.\heson Jameson died within ' ' a few weeks of each other. Mrs. practised law since in his native place. Latimer had three children. Washington. : \ \ . Fisher was a daughter of Benoni and Lucy (Burrington) Tyler. was born in York. No. and in Churcli Hill. Fisher. first cousin of Mrs. and. the second son. She died in infancy. Md. 31 military record.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. JameMrs. Kitty Fisher Ellen Miles Nannie Helen Robert Thomas Alexander. Memoranda.. Sara/i McCulloh Farter.. of Illinois. 18 15. in 1662. died in infancy and tw: Emily Shevell. Kathleen Jones net Johnson of St. He married. Md. wife of President Lincoln. Marshall was a son of Thomis A.\TK [498].^ James. Jameson died in 1865. Md. Pa.. N. Washington. Fisher's great great grandfather Fisher was one of the original company of Quakers who with William Penn. M. 1830.ited. Aid.. gradu. from the Ohio Medical College. 1865. C. 1885.. Mfi of Col. Marshall had six children. a brilliant lawyer of Baltimore."' No. and Emily Shevell. 478. Esq. James Blielianail ' Jameson [465] and Catharine (Carl) Jameson. Marshall's death he married Dec.. They were lovely in their life and in their death they were not diinded. Esq. and Mrs. They resided in Baltimore. was admitted to the bar of York Co.. was born Oct. {Darid. Maud and Catherine "Jameson Robert Barry Mary. Horatio Gates ^ Jameson {Horatio Gates.is educated in the Pennsylvania College. and elected Nov. of Wilmington. Jameson was cine in Cincinnati. where Dr.D.. of the Presbyterian church. D. Address. 614 F street. Latimer. W.... viz. 1841. ' Mr. Latimer was a son of James B. . Daiid 7. Pa. of the 19th judicial district of Pennsylvania. removed to Chicago where he practised his profession.pp. and Mrs. Fisher resides. founded the city of Philadelphia. Mrs. was born Dec. No. Janet Mr. in 1875.David\ son of Horatio Gates [450] and Catharine (Shevell) Jameson. Calvert St. Esq. the eldest son. D. one of the law judges He died in 1S99. Robert S. promoted by President . Washington. C. near Gettys- . son died Aug. office. Robert S. and has Mrs.^^3-S3 No. J. Mr. in 1883. I\Ir.. in Baltimore. Md. Baltimore. J. son of David 11. Md. Vt.

b. They resided on Lake Como. 1874. leaving his wife there he went to the World's fair in Chicago. ^ James. and on the stati'of Gov. . 495. Rush* Jameson {David. 494. Jameson resides with her son. EleailOra' Jameson {David. cmin was: 13. Charles Sherman. for which he refused an offer of five hundred dollars. Pa. No. She married. which he ran sold out his store and became a partner with Messrs. Memoranda. son of David [465] and Catharine (Carl) Jameson. 1893.Mrs. where a year later he died. She was born July 8.David').v IIakrv Myers [501]. married RisH Ci.ARA [500].104 burg. Mrs. David Todd. overcome that he himself died in two weeks after he reached Florida. Jamcs. No. 1893. In 1893.ide officer in command of President Lincoln's escort. 1872. where Mr. 1859. When the war broke out in 1861. Pa. at the Washington barracks. Pa. Jameson died Oct. 1833.^ THE DNi. and In 18S7 he was stationed later was commander of the escort of President Johnson. Jameson died Nov. Pa. Pa. prior to 1. 1S36..THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. prior to 1S72. Lincoln presented Capt. Fla. Jameson with a cane carved out of orange wood. When Lincoln bec. b.S74. goods until his health failed. He married. daugliter of Henry Myers. daughter of George and Leah (Peffer) Roush. Mr. Anna Catherine Roush. Mr. Jameson died July 11. 186-: m. Pa. Mrs. in Carlisle. Pa. She died young. Pa. Uuicii Light Guards. 9. near Mr.Vudenried. he removed his and opened a large wholesale notion house. They reside in . Lieut. Pa. E. part of the 7th Ohio calvary. Jan. an exquisitely elaborate piece of workmanship. ^ Adaliiie Ramsey. near Gettysburg. Kellogg and Pease of Philadelphia. He Jameson married She was born Welaka. Jameson's sister and friends in Hanover. and while there received a despatch calling him immediately to his home in Florida. Alice March S. 29. THE CHILDREN WERE: He died in early manhood. 547 South Hanover St. Pa. Yohsl. Jameson was ist Lieut. on the way back he visited .. was born in 1836. Memoranda. and later established himself in trade in Carlisle. to Philadelphia. and the liouse burned down to conceal the crime.David''). He was born in New 0.. Pa.. But in 1871 he disposed of all his interests and removed to Carlisle. Pa. He was with President Lincoln when assassinated. Pa. Pa.\meson when a young man commenced his mercantile life by running a notion wagon through Cumberland and Adams counties. in Barnitz. i860. Jameson had a fine house on the banks of the beautiful Lake Como. Mrs. who died prior to 1874. 1S85.\ford. daughter of David [465] and Catharine (Carl) Jameson. J. Capt. Johnson received a captain's commission. What was his surprise and horror to find that his wife had been robbed and murThe poor husband was so dered. "^Amanda Myers. [499]... in Florida. They resided in Carlisle. when he No.. in Hanover. and was ni. of Ohio. b.inie president.. near Gettysburg. was born April 2. Sept. . Mr.

-Ili-ok-a-loo. (Still) Yohst. is a contractor and builder. A. Leonard C. in Ireland. Pa. 1889. b. Ireland. Pa. 1742..David^). 501. In 1742 they determined to emigrate. D. Sherman married and resided in Audenried. L. Pa. resided in Virginia. and William M. i865. and they named her Mary.. Pa. lived for a short time..\ [504].\s [505]. m. Philadelphia. 1762.: Harold A. Pa. where he died.NNA LorisE [502]. 1891. ill : . He Carlisle. sailed from some port in Ireland. in Marsh Creek. 1746.— JAv««> of Col. Carlisle. J. and accordingly set sail for America on board the ship. Pa. April 16. There were three sons. b. Mary [507]. was born in Scotland. 19. Thomas JameSOIt parentage unknown. massacred by Indians in spring of 1755. 1885. 547 South Hanover St. M. PolUiger. 1749.. Memoranda. Pa. land. b. where they resided for a few years. b. The latter I\Ir. Ketsev [506]. Pa. J. Memoranda. They reside in Wilkesbarre. Donald. resided in Virginia. Mr... b. and is connected with a coal company in that place. She was born in Ireland. M. York Co. and C/iarles Sherman. b. or in IreHe married fane Irwin. 503. Jameson died a tragic death. Potteiger liave three children..i.t. Mount Holly Springs. Holman reside viz. : Mr. m. ^Slie-itin-Jee. Rayiiioiid.. Luzerne Co. No.'' David. 13. Charles M. William T. 1S97. [494] and in Harry Myers Jameson {Rush. "William and Maiy. Alice E. Thi.. massacred by Indians in spring of 1755. Oct. Potteiger is assistant clerk of the Orphans' Court. in Levi and Catharine R. partly. b. d. They reside at No. He was born March ' of 8. in Marsh Creek. : in Hazleton. in 1742. Pa.. b. Rush 1862. where they had with his wife and three children. d. Their voyage was without incident save that while sailing the middle Atlantic there was born to them a little daughter. Mr. 1863. Mr. for the ship on which they . being massacred by the Indians in the spring of 175s- THE children WERE JoH. Sherman resides in Minersville. 1833. viz. daughter of She was born May 10.. in Ireland. and Mrs. Sept. Mr. Allen II'. b. for America. b. David fameso. Pa. Helen. massacred by the Indians in spring of 1755. He has one son.59- No.THE JAirESONS [•HE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Sherman died since his father's decease. m. Holman the proprietor of a store and meat market. and Mrs.\i. married Sept. Pa. CHILDREN WERE: Anxie. Pa. 1757. RciliERT [509]." and in due time landed safely in Soon after their arrival they settled in Marsh Creek. b. Yokst. perliaps. They have two surviving is children. viz. 1S9-. ^ fames. son Anna Catherine (Roush) Jameson. Wllliam Tecumseil Charles Meade.VTTHKW [508].ameson.. Mr. 18S7. and Mrs.. and Grace. Prof. Mr. Reference.

leading a life of unparalleled vicissitudes. whicli THE JAMESOA'S IN AMERICA. where Hi-oka-too died in Nov.irj''" Jameson Wi-ish-to. Betsey. the life of . made off as quickly as possible. his wife. to the woods. and in winter further down the Ohio river at the mouth of the Sci-o-to river. to the writer. the older daughter. who escaped and fled to where their grandfather Irwin lived in Virginia. They lived in summer. on the banks of the Genesee river. and almost instantly there pounced down upon them an armed band of si. i. in Wi-ish-to. the older boys were doing the chores at the barn. he had cleared and brought under cultivation a goodly number of acres of valu. N.Meanwhile two little boys were added to the family circle. But. and tradition says that Henry. with his family about him. was the "William and Mary. a soldier.Matthew.Makv Jajieson. sons of William Jameson of Leith. July 1758. is. when all were startled by the report of a gun. 507. were his cousins.\ug. reaching the great age of ninety-one years. X. four times. In 1754 there sprang up trouble with the Indians. She married about 1757 ^Slic-iiiu-jec. Pa. at the mouth of the She-nan-jee river. Thomas Jameson. Mrs. a miss of thirteen years. William.-Viig . A single day changes everything It was on a lovely spring morning in 1755. Scotland. between Washington. aged one hundred and three years. Jameson was preparing the morning meal. first. now young men. 1754.tble land. 1759. The savages after plundering the house of everything. a great warHe was born in 170S. 175S. and about three years later. made an orphan by the cruel tomahawk of the savage. Y. who fled to \'irginia. and John Jameson.. and the two small boys were all cruelly butchered and scalped. the white Indian woman. who was killed July 3. in the gloom of those dismal forests . Jameson had a brother. taught the language and customs of savage life. . With the assistance of his older sons. but soon pushed to the frontier and established a home in a fertile region called Marsh Creek. was the only one of the family spared. and their enemies. . 181 1. Mary. . on the Ohio river. m. Jameson was busy at the side of the house shaving an axe-helve.. unknown but the story of Mary Jameson.\ DAUcnrKR. There they lived and cultivated the land with industry and success for some twelve years.! Io6 sailed. Robert.x Indians and four Frenchmen. had eight children. Jameson had just made a good beginning. 19. Mr. in M. in Buffalo Creek Reservation. at the barn. The next morning. . She-nin-jee died about 1760. and a long distance had been placed between them and all possible pursuit. Deh-he-wa-mis died Sept. tragic. Robert. d.. they lived in the Gardeau Reservation.xperience of this happy family. iSii. rior. born on the sea. and thrilling history. made the wife of an Indian warrior and chief and the mother of Indian children. making them all captives except the two older sons. John Jameson. . given a new name. alas the perils and the cruelties of those early times What a tragic history opens in the awful e. before breakfast. Pa. {Thomas^). Y. In this fight it is said that Mr. b. and the seven years' war with the French and Indians commenced with a bloody battle at Great Meadows. quite enjoyed his frontier life. the smaller children were playing about the house. 1833. Mr. No. under Washington. daughter of Thomas [503] and Jane (Irwin) Jameson. a Delaware Indian. and. Dehhe-\va-mis married two or three years \-xX^x -Hi-ok-a too. . constitutes a page of unique. and arrayed as an Indian girl. on board the ship "William and Mary" during her passage from Ireland to America. at Fort Necessity.Mr. adopted. with their captives and plunder.. Jameson. VVhatever became of I ! her older brothers. and did not stop until night came. She died at the age of two days. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: . accustomed to scenes of blood and savage cruelty. Deh-hewa-mis. was born in 1742." Tliey landed in Philadelphia. at the head of his soldiers. carried off into the wilderness a captive.

1795. and were dili- Indian Costu. d. her parents. Betsf. and their scalps taken and borne away as trophies. who with little Mary were soon floating down the Ohio river. autumn of 1839. were very kind to their adopted sister. and did everything for her comfort. John Green. had nine children. Jesse. m. 1781. Geori. good By this name she was ever afterward called by the Indians. was born on the ocean. with three older children. He died in early manhood.May. 17-0: m. which signifies a pretty girl or a thing. where these squaws had a wigwam. where the Ohio river begins. and placed her in the center of the Marv Jameson wigwam. 17S0. autumn of 1S39. Memoranda. autumn of 1839.A-. with their little captive. 17S4.. an older sister. At the end of five or si. b. d. b.e C/ionoo.MIS. Having dressed their capt L'lcan of Indi. clothing. At the age of thirteen years. two wives. Jane. by whom her parents. 1S17. She was o f adopted by these squaws to supply t h e place a who had been killed in a battle between Washbrother ington's soldiers They and the French and Indians. IN PENNSYLVANIA. she was carried away a captive by a party of the Shawnee Indians. Aug. 1763. . and she was given to two pleasant looking squaws of the Seneca tribe. b.THE JAMESONS John. in fine Indian style.me. Polly. June 30. b.x days' journey through the forests. and twj younger brothers were cruelly massacred. ni. 1812. She died in girlhood. came and all the vil- squaws of the lage her. d. the Indians. Nancy. b. at the junction of the Monongahela and the Alleghany rivers. and at night they arrived at a small Seneca Indian town at the mouth of a river called Shenan-jee. . being on their way from Ireland to America. reached Fort Du Ouesne. to see emony Indian after a cerof their own style she into was the adopted family as a sister of the two squaws mentioned and given the name of DEH-HE-W. b. Here her face and hair were painted red. spring of 1755.y.'Billy Green. 17761 m. d.

and i the marshes w t h beaver. ish-to spending each winter It was their first summer in 1757 that Deh-he-wii-mis was married to She-nin-jee. by whom she had five children and within the Genesee valley she lived for seventy-two years. Her husband was expected to rejoin her in the spring. where they established winter quarters and these luintcrs ranged the for- game. In 1797.927 acres. a distance of si. Deh-he-wa-mis. elegant in appearance. \V i t h tlie coming of spring other they tlieir returned to summer home thus in Wi-ish-to. and after much hardship by the way. the largest Indian village of the region.and fur-bearing creatures. 1S23. When autumn came. deer. and proceeded down tlie Ohio. containing 17. Deh-he-wa-mis Telling the Story ok her Life. muskrat. and other est for large animals. lying on the Genesee river. . a very fertile region known as the '•o. when her little boy was three or four years old. The family into which Deh-lie-wa-mis had been adopted belonged to that part of the Seneca tribe which lived in Genishau on the Genesee river. called Gardea/i." Their married life was happy. They found the woods well stocked with elk. gent the in teaching lier v-^s'iiipw language and customs of Indian life. courteous in war. she arrived and was m. from south to north. one of the Delawares. shortly after they parted at Yish-kah-wa-na in the autumn." there was granted to her a reservation si. And to this place with her brothers and little son. at the " Council at Big Tree.\ hundred miles through the wilderness. large in stature. generous in conduct. He " was a noble man. she journeyed. Here. on her arrival on the Genesee river. their horses and canoes. the Indians aban- doned their summer liome at the mouth of the She-nan-jee. and a lover of justice. to an Indian warrior named Hi-ok-a-too. in the autumn of 1760. three lived in for tliey summers in WiSci-o-to.!n/. as She-nin-jee sickened and died about three years after their marriage.\7/i RtSt'nuitioii:' In 1823 she sold all except a tract two miles long and one mile wide. with the Genesee river running through it.\ miles long and nearly four and three-fourths miles wide. but instead she received the sad news of his death. but short. a friend in peace. with their harvested corn. she married a second time.THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. . sonieeight miles to the mouth of the Sci-o-to river. resided in Little Beard's town.ide very welcome by her Indian brothers and sisters.

THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. materials. In 1842 the work was revised by Eben iMi. added by him. -Jie-wii-inis. Esq. VIII. and \V with the Appendi. at the age of ninety-one years.mokv of THE WHITE WOMAN MARY JEMISON homas jeiiison Daughter of and jane ik\yin . lea\ ing Deh-he-wa-mis. On the igth day of September. Thus situated she and her children grew discontented and determined to leave their isolated abode and again join their tribe. in a friendly manner. and in the summer of 1831 removed to Buffalo Creek Reservation. sui rounded by the whites. in i82j sold their reservations on the Genesee river.. and Cat tai au-gus reservations. Esq. and share the fortunes. and re moved to To-na-wan da. ButTalo Creek.. she sold her annuity for ready money. in the Dch- autumn iipwaids of years of aa. and there. listened to of 1823. and eml)raced the Christian religion.e gave the narrative of hei life. her daughters and families in DeH he \\\ Mis \I\ET\ \EARS OF AGE her two square miles. In the summer of 1S33. she suddenly died in lier own house. In 1856 a new edition was prepared. also her two square miles of real estate. where she purchased a good farm on Buffalo Flats. she left the pagan and joined the Christian party of her nation. Her burial was after the manner of Christians and attended by a large concourse of people. eighty when her story.x. Accordingly. and Chap ters V.Y. the joys and sorrows. 1833. of their Indian kindred and friends. Mary Jameson. with ezer illustrations foot-notes. to and numerous and published meet a current demand The Senecas. collected the and prepaied the work for the press Shortly after its publica tion he died. In the graveyard of the Seneca Mission a marble slab marks her grave. she spent the remnant of her days. in peace and plenty. with the following inscription : Me. This was forty years after the close of the War of the Revolution and almost seventy years since slie was carried captive b\ the Indians. whicli was published in 1S24. James L Seaver.

Y. son of Thomas Jameson and grandson of She-nin-jee and Deh-liewa-mis. Jemison. His comminding officer bore this testimony "There is no person on board the Dr. He . York. Having a few weeks before expressed a hope of pardon throu^li Jesus Christ. This seems to have been the exciting cause or reason of his early and tragic death. Reff. amiable in disposition. in the spring of 1S16. which occurred at the age of twenty-seven years. Jesse. ' and grandchildren to lament their loss.. " The counsel of the Lord that shall stand. He was married four times and died at the age of fifty-si. N. Phila. De-he-wiim/s. Conover's Papers on Oneida Indians^ N." Thomas Jameson. resided in the Buffalo Creek Reservation until 1845. having taken their departure from the land of tlieir fathers. filling important positions in social and civil life in the Indian country beyond the Mississippi.rences.'" John. when about forty years of age. and to-day. removed Genesee River. He had two wives (the Seneca Indians allowed polygamy) and nine children.Life of Mary Jameson. 8.'" In paying a debt of wheat he insisted on heaping the measure and when the white man did not have his boots made at the time agreed upon. leaving three stilt alive. Fa. fourth edition.. He comHe received an appointment pleted a regular course of medicine with good success. i-zgg . V. husbands and Jive children. 2j. in 1742 or 3. Deh-he-wd-mis. being nearly ninety years of age.. : . igoo : The Harvey Book. a grandson of Deh-he-wa-mis. and Polly. the three married daughters. was bom in Wi-ish-to on the Ohio. Pa. it is believed they are leading upright lives. Vol. pp.f. nor a better surgeon in the Navy. He proved to be a " bad Indian.m. p. p.. Genesee. no Born at THE JAMESONS on the IN AMERICA. N. 60. as Assistant Surgeon in the United States Navy. when he removed to Cattaraugus Reservation. survived their aged mother but si." Jameson died about 1850 on board a ship in the Mediterranean squadron. V. son of Slie-nin-jee and Deh-he-wa-mis. and pursued his studies there for two years. Nancy. . 1833. leaving a large number of children widow and eight children. Jacob Jameson. j}. The descendants of Mary Jameson. Genesee -Valley. H.— i'mwr'j. in 1878. was industrious." and his death was a tragedy. De-jih-non-da-weh-hoh. in 1755. Ocean between //eland In and Marsh Creek. was living near Brant. of great assistance and very kind to his mother. p. " trade closed between the shoemaker and Tom. and all died within the period of three months in the autumn of 1839 at their homes on the Seneca Reservation.. American Biographical Notes. II'. his second son N. was intimate with the white people and cultivated their habits. Weekly. Carried i"] '^q down to 1 the Ohio. the elder son of Hi-ok-a-too and Deh-he-wa-mis. j8^6. in which capacity he sustained an e-xcellent moral.\ years. where he died Nov. was born on the Gardeau Reservation. Taken captive Adopted into an Indian family. entered Dartmouth College. ISetsev. and her best beloved. Was naturalized in 817 1 Removed to this place in 83 1 And having suri'ived two She died Sept. ship so generally esteemed as Mr. : Historical Magazine. 19///. Buffalo To. the White Woman of the Senecas. were numerous and respected wliile they occupied the Seneca Reservation. leaving a Ijy his fourth wife. aged about ninety-one years.\ years. The White Woman of the . and professional character. 22^ . social. 1859. the youngest child.^shunned the company of Indians and never attended their frolics. Jan. and was called a " noble specimen of an Indian.

in company with his brothers-in-law McCartney and Kilgore and their families. [515]. Pa. these six cousins met at Fort Meigs. Elizabeth Gaff. Ohio. the land office being opened for Westmoreland Co. Pa. THE CHILIiREN WERE: Benjamin [520]. Ireland. try in Ireland. however. during the War of was not much heard from afterward. Pa. yi. Marmaduke. Robert [512]. his wife. years they had enough land cleared and cabins built to make homes for themselves and their parents. [514]. Frances Jameson. 1812... went there to settle. and discovered their relationship. Westmoreland Co. The above certificate is beautifully written first when In the fall they stored their corn in the cabin. all being soldiers in the army.«? jl/i!. and spent the winter months in the families of his brothers. son of Francis [510] and Margaret Jameson.///. the youngest of the sons. and located first in eastern Pennsylvania. they removed and settled in Pleasant Unity. who passed his summers on a fann in Mercer Co. the oldest son. Robert Jameson's farm. Minister" letters are as plain as on an old slip of yellow paper. The old people had tlieir cabin on their son. and proceeded west to the Cove or Connoshaque. Margaret. bly left Ireland shortly after receiving this certilicate.. a great grandson of Francis Jameson. Unity. In 1769. near Mercersburg. They resided in Pleasant Unity. established The children were all married e. No. The family probaof Joseph Jameson [540]. m. m. was born in Buckina. m. his wife and family of 4 sons and 3 daughters had lived in the bounds of that congregation from their infancy and that this would admit them to church privileges in any Christian society where it might please Providence to call their lot. m. where they died. McCartney. The It is in the possession written so many years ago.. sons of Robert Jameson. which was improved and planted with corn the first summer. and having stored his gathered crops he took his horses and drove to Westmoreland Co..xcept himself on a farm two miles further north. and a son of Mr... and a cabin built. served through the. he removed to some place in Kentucky and It happened. Rose [516]. Westmoreland Co. in. Signed. the two older Robert took land near Pleasant brothers. ' Peoples. the two last from Kentucky. Ireland. John and Robert. They landed in Philadelphia. 511.- THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. He married Jane Martin. m. Robinson. were born of Scotch But for some years in Buckina.. Memoranda. the third son. The land being rapidly taken up. [519]. Mollie [517]. a son of Francis Jameson. Kilgore. John Jameson. THE CHILDREN WERE: Margaret Marmaduke Francis " [513]. Jameson ing certificate : before leaving Ireland received from the parish minister the followthat "Francis Jamison. they spent the rest of their lives. Francis Jameson and They lived for ances- 1764 sailed about Later where John [511]. Mr. Kilgore..H [518]. Pa. John .War of the Revolution. Buckina this 17* day of July 1764 by me John Logue. John Jameson '( Hn-. John and Benjamin. Pa. Frauds^]. took their horses and went home.. sons of John Jameson. America. The In three next spring they returned with one of their sisters to keep house for them. Subsequently with his wife and family. Franklin Co. that James and Robert.

TIIF. CHILDREN WERE: Lloyil. a son. for some years a teacher. m. She was Mk. had a daughter. George Anderson. was engaged in writing a genealogy of tlieir branch of the Jameson family. Maggie Jameson. 24. Jane [524]. Jameson's wife. m. her fatlier and brothers having been masHugh Jameson. b. They resided in Pleasant Unity. Mr. Samuel Milbgan. She was born in 1746 in Ireland'.112 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Elizabeth Francis [523]. of Francis 1755 He . No. April 24. m.. Westmoreland Co. . He died in early life. Elizabeth Workmaii. son in Ireland. ni. Pa. Margaret '" xiam Gaff [525]. who at one time sacred. and Margaret Jameson. Jameson died in 1S31. was born in married Elizabeth Gaff. Robert Jameson. [521]. Memoranda. Iames [522]. 1825 Mrs. wlien a child of two years was carried captive with her mother and sisters by the Indians. Jane Martin. 1775. Elizaketh [526]. 512. Jameson died Aug. b.

13. Margery [538]. 186-. Mr. . b.pril 11. 1S17. 30. 188S. 1868. 18.. Sept. South Co. b. Feb. He was the last survivor of his father's family. Eli C. 1S62. 25. Marv Mclntire. 1S65. Pa. Maud Mary David King Baron Oliver He died in [560]. Dec. and ElizaShe was born June 25. 1S6S. Carrie M. 6. b. He was buried in Bridge water. m. May 4. 6. April 16.. Broion. June 26.. 1874. Robert-. m. m. Mr. 31. Robert Lincoln [561]. 1821.Sept. Mrs. Pa. Arra M. Jameson occupied the old homestead which The old house is still standing. b.March I2. Pa. 19. June 26. fulv. b. was born Feb. m. Gcrow. March 12. . . Hugh Harrison [555]. March 24. b. iSSo. Hvde. He married. 19. Henry Winfielii [549]. Jameson died Jan. 18. b. beth (Wentling) Miller. He married. Venango 26. George Herbert [554]. Jennie Hinckley. 1830. Edmix Grant [550]. 1881. 1835. 540. James GiLHERr Gerow Edwin Sherman [551]. Oct. McCook Co.. 16. Sept. 1S77. 1830. b. 1893. Pa. East Greensburgh. Joseph Amanda Jane Margaret [540].THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1S94. (jfames^. in (ireensburgh. 1833. 1S66. 1856. 31. b. She died in girlhood.•\LICE [556].. Solcmcn A'camer. 1864. Howard She died in Amanda infancy. 1S50. 1827. m. b. George A. b. 1833. Maria Miller. Jameson died Dec. m. with its huge No. Francis^). m. b. daughter of Herbert and Janette (Titus) Gerow. W. 14. m. S. Francis \ son of James [522] and Elizabeth (Lloyd) Jameson.'i856. daughter of Jacob M. Dec. She died Feb.A. 26. Oct. Apri"l i :. Pa. in Hydetown. Pa. b. William Berlin.\damsburgh. fireplace. 1870. b. 1849. Robert^ Brooks Jameson THE children WERE El!7. [542]. in Pleasant Unity. 1898. Aug. 1833. "Damel [546]. Pa. 1856. 28. b. Eli Coulter [539]. She died in infancy. Diixlntry. 1SS6. 5. They resided in Pleasant Unity. 1S27. Martha [535]. b. Dec. Memoranda. 30. [541]. 26. b. 1S19. b. b. 5. Shreve. 1S51. 1898. Sarah Barnes : d. m.aheth Jaxette [544]. in Canova. 1S59. 1S5S. [559]. She was born May They resided in Miller Farm Station. b. Oct. 1S95. b. 1855. July 27. son of Robert [527] and Jane (Workman) Jameson. 17. 529. Elizabeth [537]. was born Oct. 1S64. Utah. S. res. July 12. June 12. [545I. Dec. in . 1861. It is said that some of his children reside in Pittsburgh and in dilTerent parts of Westmoreland Co. Pa. Nov. m. 1823. 1S25. Nov. Nov.A. Lyth. John Wesley [552[. Mrs. Jameson resides. 1S92. THE CHILDREN WERE: Anna Lelia Jennie Bell . Feb. Long J. m. 1S8S. 1S97. 1872. b. in Canova. Westmoreland Co. 1S84. He died in boyhood. Kittie A'eaee William Hloomeield [548]. 1543].. 1855. '1853. ni. b. Susan Nancy [553]. Dec. 28. Lizzie Josephine [562]. D. in Pleasant Unity. : b. 3. [557]. [558]. 1821. Oct. Susan C. Dakota. b. infancy. 26. Pa. Sept. . b. 2.. RoiiERT Bruce [547]. 28. Carrie [563]. d. Joseph'' Jameson {Robert'^. Sept. RoiiEKT Gaff [536]. 26. Robert-. about starting for the Black Hills. was in Salt Lake City. Aug. Maria Miller. Jameson when last heard from. liis father established in 1769. b. \v\g. No. D.

Azariah and Lucy Maria Hyde. Jameson was from the State University of Colorado. nearly one thousand dollars to Yankton College. April 27. June 26. They reside in Beresford. 1843. Mrs. Dec. Quincy. Memoranda. 111. No. 569a. Jameson died in 1S16.wette Case [568]. 1S03. Poison: d.ma I. Rev. Gail [569]. Sarah [569c]. Hyde. and Lucy A. March 18. Mary McWlterter. i. son of Robert Brooks [529] and Susan C. the genealogist of this branch of the Jameson family.. 1895. 1S97. Vt. ni. was born Sept. Azariah Hyde. {fffl/vrf THE Cnil. Memoranda. Mary Elizai'. They resided near Russellville. South Dakota. (Paul) Brown. (Gerow) Jameson. 1888. He has the old church certificate given by the minister in 1764 to his great-grandfather on leaving Buckina Parish. He married March 24. This church of only sixty members gave. Ind. Mr. 1894. was of Galesburg. in Miller Farm Station.. Pa. He married. Pa. on the old homestead in Pleasant Unity. b. in 1899. 1S98.\ug. 5. He married in 1800. She was born June 10. 1S24. 1864. Pa. (Gerow) Jameson. the children were: Ei. Mrs.^ Robert.Francis^). b. 549. d. [566]. in South Carolina. Mass. Brown.!). Ireland. Me. Mr. Memoranda. Arra M. b. — The Coitgi-egationalistofjiin. b. Mr.114 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. March 9. She was born. her Reference. She was born in Pawlet. 11. daughter of Rev. Robert Jameson whose parents removed in 1760 from Pennsylvania was born about 1776 in North Carolina. D. b. 4. in Foxcroft. Jameson is p.istor of the Congregational church in Beresford. March 22. 16. was born Feb. son of Robert Brooks [529] and Susan C.DREN WERE: EvERExr Hype [564]. 1S94. 1SS9. Jameson resides. 550. 111.in Miller Farm Station. Boston. They reside No. Jameson is the name Jamison.. b. Edmin Grants Jameson {Robert Brooks* /ames. 1896. 1778. . — a heroic effort to sustain that institution. daughter of Moses McWherter. . daughter of William C. "Ei. S. 1S91. i863. Venango Co.kth [565].. 1825. Jameson died in 1S42. THE CHILDREN WERE: Robert William Nina Lucy [567]. where Mr. 1S02. 1868. igoo.iZAiiEi H fsegb]. Henry Willfleld ' Jameson . 330 Jersey street. father. They spell No. Venango Co. Ky. Caroline M. b. No. Brooks ^ yames % Robert \ Francis 1). near Salem.

son of Robert James Harvey' Jameson {Robert. la. America and parentage unknown. to and removed. She died in 18S6.. b. daughter of J. 1S56. He studied law with Mclntire Brothers. 570. 1850. la. Eliza [segf]. in Osceola. b. in Lucas Co. Mary Ei. Mrs.[56gh]. Robert'' Jameson {Robert. Memoranda. ChrisUna Kvte.. Memoranda. 1850. 1816. 1882. John Jameson. m. was born March 11. tlie and died wlien to forty years of age. Ind. 1830. Mr. 1878. d. 569o. William Scolt. Jameson died in 1899. Jameson. 1898. 1843. d. d. M.- THE CHILDREN WERE: John Hamimux Lewis G. Esq.. He came to settled in ^^'estmoreland Co. 1S46. daughter of Lewis and Catharine (Colclazier) Kyte.]. Mr. b. Memoranda. 1854. Mr. b. II5 [56gd]. 1852.. -In 1S49 '^s "'^"t to Monroe Co. Louisa [sege]. 18S2. [56gi]. father being dead.. l. b. m. and Delia (Rotherford) Robbins. 1878. H. la. m. 1S55. 1861. Pa. CArHARIXK (569IJ. Park. Afagqie Robbins.izaheth [56gm]. was born in Scotland. m. Ella Hall. la. March 11. d. b. m. 184s. Kintckles.. to Clarke Co. James Mi:. fifty His years descendants clianged spelling of the nime Jameson Jamison. Moses [seg^. Jameson pursued in college in his preparatory studies in Garden Grove Academy. Ind. James Harvey [56go]. his Washington Co. ni. and was 1882 in Valparaiso. b. b. (56gj]. He married. No. Ky.[569h] and Christena (Kyte) Jameson. la. la. In 1898 he formed a law partnership with William H. July 11. when No.THE JAMESONS Agnes IN PENNSYLVANIA. was taken from his Kentucky home. 1S04. Laura Davis. He was elected in 1891 a state senator and served in the 24th and 25th general assemblies of the state.i. 1S42. three years of age in Mr. They resided in Weldon. 1S07. son of Robert [569a] and Mary (McWherter) Jameson. b. and after fifty years he is still residing on the same farm he entered from the government in 1S50. and " Jameson & Park" are the leading law firm of Osceola. la.. She died in 1S86. d. 1S59. He married Janettc Gaih. m. in Clarke Co.-Jllisler. 1S87. Jameson settled in Russellville.. and entered the 2d quarter section of land taken in the county. 1S12. Ky... . \ They reside in Osceola. 1850. Rebecca Jane [56gn].. b. 1S96. 1S07. J8-/S. m. Fraxus M. Jameson has a deserved prominence as a lawyer and poliiician in that part of the state. She was born April 28. while the Indians were still living in these parts. and was admitted to the bar in 1890 by the supreme court of Iowa.. 1856. 1845. was born July ii. [569k]. m. la.^ Robert. H. Christena Kyte. Maggie Robbins. 1816. She was born in 1814. b. about No. 1857. Loula Jameson. 569h. in Logan Co. b. He married in 1898. RoBERI.MAS Benton [segp]. m. THO. m. 1859. Mary Buff'. 1874. 184S.

Xa:u-y I\L-lhain. Mr. Pa. m. and yet there are some things that strongly suggest such a conclusion. [590]. Mr. Sarah Amanda [588].[571]. He married Jane Smith. b. Butler Co. John' Jameson {James. He married Sept.iy HilUard. 1873. James [577]. b. m. b. Jameson served in the War of 1S12. June 8. in Fairview.lib of Irish parentage. Sept. Mai!EL Ella fLARA Edna [589]. died Nov. Butler Co. She resides in Petrolia. 1856. [584]. Sept. 25.[575]. ni.. 1S81. Pa. b. [587]. iS27:m. April 22. 575. Jan. Rachel [580]. James Faitersoii. Aliiinie Hindmaii. No. June 16. 1S30. cousins.. m. April 25. b. so placed. April 24. b. Ida Elleuberger\ d. was (Beatty) resided. Margaret Wilson. 1791. Sept. 22. Robert Fowler [585]. m. son of James [572] and Jane (Smith) Jameson. 13. \%<)\.Jameson son. Aug. 24. . 9. 9. b.. sons of Henry Jameson [287]. in Bruin. Jan. 23. Pa. e. b.. 1822. 18S5. William Prksslv [586]. 18^2. Memoranda. 29. 4. 1859. b. 1S50.. m. He died in earlv manhood. Kellv: A. was the son of Alexander [288] and Martha /. July '. 1S74. 1S48. 12.. G. Mr. m. Dec.. He died in early life.xander. m. Pa. 1S63. Jameson. iS. 1864. 17S9. Mr. 1S4S. James. iSi. Jan. d 1S47. Hutchinson Wilson [583]. in Parker. Sept. 1S54. Licurgus N. She was born Oct.. 1S52. in Parker. d. Butler Co. : R. John. May 17. April 30. 1863. where they Mr. and John. 1S68.7"//"M. Tiiomfson: d. She resides in Petrolia. 2. 1829.iitERi. June 2. b. E/mira Storey. March 7. He died in early life.Aug.0. Margaret Wilson. Butler Co. m.Jafie Smilh. Aug. Jan. May 5. William. July 31..^ yohn"-). Jameson died July 22. Jameson died Aug. b. Pa. Jolni Bishopp. "Nancy [573]. John Jameson [307]. July 22. 1847. Oliver C. 1887. May 15. Pa. (Rickey) Jameson. to the There is not the proof of this to warrant his being western frontier of Pennsylvania. April 11. Ann m 9. 1S22. 1S65. daughter of James and Sarah (Hutchinson) Wilson. 4. 1S95. 1S34. Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE m. They resided in Petrolia. Nov. v Carolhers. 1873. was born April 30. 1S73. 1S77. b. Pa. daughter of James and Jane Smith. Pa. July 5. July 29. Memoranda. d. 1S47. 7.. THE children WERE: John [575]. Hu. March 3. 1S62.. 30. 1S71. Mariah Jane [582]. This family spell the name Jameson. Jameson son of John [570] and Janette (Gath) Jameborn 1791. No. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 2S. She was born 1795 in Bruin. 1S24. 1S55. Mary Scott. Pa. 572. Butler Co. Thomas [578]. . ni. Margaret [579]. ( . Nov. Jan. b. the children were: James SMtxil [581]. 1890. [amks [572]. b. iS.o. William Carollurs. Mrs. Later they removed to Butler Co. d. [576].Armstrong B. died in Marion. Feb. b. 29. [ulv 19. b. who may have accompanied his Ale. 5. 1833. it is quite probable. Butler Co. Aug. 1S72. b. m. x&^i. 1S25. Pa. b.

1S64. of James [572] and Jane She married Nov. George [593]. 18S2. They resided in Euclid. b. I'a. 14. his No. Aug. 1S96. She resides in Petrolia. She died in Robert Hilliard. Pa. Emma {Woolford) Carothers. 5.yohn% daughter THE children WERE: 26. Margaret" Jameson (yamcs. Mr. was born July 31. June 9. His wife was born in Kittanning. March i6. Frank Cnrrier. Jameson. b. 1S73. Mr. A/ke Kneall. (Smith) Jameson. daughter of George and Mary Ann (McGill) Mcllvain. Jameson reside in Baldwin. 1S70. June 6. and Mrs. Pa. b. He was born Mr. 1857. He was born 1822 in Sunburg.\ug. 1S66. 1851 . m. Carothers died Nov. Pa. J-\.est of tha children. Mrs.. 1S76. 2.. b. was born March 17. m. Alice V. Carothers died Feb. Margaret Cannon. m. Pa..MiRA. Pa.MES. married April 22. They resided near the same place. Pa. i. Pa. Pa. Pa. resides in Petrolia. They reside in Petrolia. 3. John Jay Ralston. Pa. Almira [591]. b. childhood. 1871. 579. Pa. in Sunburg. 1SS3. He died in early life. son of Thomas and Margaret (Huey) Carothers. Chatham. Aug. May 13. Hugh Carothers. in Bruin. July 20. Rev. Pa. James Stephensoi JosiAH. 1S57. the youri. Pa. Nancy Mcllvain. b. 1S62. d. Pearl Miller. >/. Feb. . 1S6S. June 7. Ai. {James. 576. in Concord. Pa. May 13. : James. son of James [572] and Jane He (Smith) Jameson. 16. b. Sarah Jane [592]. April 4. Pa. 23. m. 28. 12. 1S55. b. m. Marv Alice [596]. 111. m. 1874. of James [572] and Jane She married lVi7(Smith) Jameson. was born Sept.« H. 24. 1S6S. Memoranda. She was born Feb. Chatham. m. Aug. 1S53 She died in girlhood.. Fred Homer [5oi]. 31. Ella I595]. No. m. . 1892. 15. Jan. 1S92. 1899. 22. 1824. 1S54. 578. April 2. Thompson resided in Bnena \'ista.. Margaret Cannon. 2. Flora Jaxetta [600].THE JAMESONS IN PENNSVLVANI Memoranda. in Bruin. She resides in Avalon. b. native place. She died in childhood. Carothers died Jan. 25.'' yohn\ daughter THE CHILDREN WER}'. Hutchinson W. Smith [598]. Butler Co. Butler Thomas' Jameson Co. April Emma Zilla [599]...'Jo/m^). Nov. in Sunburg. and Mrs. JciHN Alvin James [597]. m. 1852. Bishopp reside in Kaylor. Oct. b. No. March 30. 29. 1833. Oct. m. Jan. 1827. May 9. and Mrs. 111. 1S60. b. 1S93. 184S. 1829. William Beattv [594]. March 7. Mr. in Parker. son of Thomas and Margaret (Huey) Carothers. Fred H. 1S62. I.aura. 18S9. Armstrong Co. liam Carothers. Mr. Rose Howe. Ann^ Jameson CJawes. 14. March 2. Mrs. 1S9S. 1SS9.

April 8. 580. b. Pa. 1866. . 1859.b. Alvi. Pa. \~ b. (Smith) Jameson. HuEY. b. 22. son of James and Margaret (Stewart) Patterson. b. Aug. June 22.i. 1893. ELL1. 1888. iS6i m. Gkoki. near Bruin. Martin. They resided in Eau Claire. Pa. 1855.. 1892. 2. m. THE CHILDREN WERE: VANLIFR. July 30.n-. Kelly. Aug. b An Win- '. . 1834. Jo'kti Taggart d. 1S64.Il8 THE J. CciRA. 1869. 18S6. _ . Jam^s E. March 23. 18S0. March 20. b. 1882. m. m. S. b.yoh. JaJiics Patterson.\. d. b.K. Oct.UCIl Juiv J 29. {Jiimcs. Dec. . No. 12. Elizabeth A. 1. 1S56. Eiifhemia St. April 11. 5. was born Jan. 18.% daughter of James [572] and Jane She married Jan. 1 ' \.k. Oct. Emma Molford. Sarah. b. M. Jan. Jameson. July 31. Rachel' Jameson He was born Sept. in Greensburgh.. March 22.:j ' Ida. I Maroaitt.AMESONS IN AMERIC. 5. 1833. Clair..

was born Aug. Pa. 27. daughter of James and Elizabeth (Sheakly) Kneall. 21. at No. A/iw V. Aug. 1865. John Harold [615]. Millerstown. Mary Emma. : March b. July 12. She was born April 2. [578] and William Beatty* Jameson (Thomas.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1S92. daughter of Thomas [578] and Nancy (Mcllvain) Jameson. They reside They are both physicians. She married Sept. 24. Pa. 1882. 1883. Mildred Flurence [614]. She was born Oct. 1S9S.^ James. . reside at No. in Petrolia. 1870. Pa.. in Queenstown. 1S95. April 14. 1893. 30. Marion Lixille May 14. Pa. 15. They resided in Buena Vista. ii. THE CHILDREN WERE EiiGAR Kali'II T. May b.^ John 1). 1898. near Chicora. b. Butler Co. She was born Dec. 1864. 1855. 1892." John^). They Sarah (Besom) Chatham. iSS^ Ueckek. whs born July 20. No. daughter of Samuel and Pa. Pa. He John Smith' Jameson (Thomas. 1S97. Thompson died Aug. Y. N. Alice Kneall. THE GXLV CHILD WAS: Paul Edwin. i8gi. 11. Sarah Jane * Jameson (Thomas^. b.'4.John'). 14 Lillian St. Ethel Florine [613]. Emma . in Cherry township. 1858. Pittsburg. 767 North 40th street. They reside in Broadway. Sarah Amanda' Jameson {John? fames. Pa. He married March 2. 592. Pa.. 1S92. b. 1857... 6.^ James. was born June 6. THF. ClIILDKEN WERE: [616]. Zilla* Jameson {Thomas. 1854. 23. b. in Petrolia. March 8. No. Pa. Lictirgus N'eniton Thompson. He was born Dec. was born April 16. James.. in Millerstown.^ Jamcs. THE CHILDREN WERE: Gkorce [612]. Allegheny Co. i860. Philadelphia. son of Thomas Nancy (Mcllvain) Jameson.. 1SS4. daughter of Thomas [578] and Nancy (Mcllvain) Jameson. They reside in Petrolia.. 6. son of Thomas [578] and Nancy (Mcllvain) Jameson. George'' Jameson (^Ihovms? James. 1868. in Sunburg. Chatham. 18. Pa. Pa. Pa. Sept. 23. 1S85.John^) son of Thomas [578] and Nancy (Mcllvain) Jameson. Butler Co. in Petrolia. i. Pa. b. b. He was born Nov. 1867. in Petrolia. Jan. in son of Samuel and Sarah (Besom) Chatham. S. b. Pa. iS. He married Aug. He died in infancy. married April 2." John'). John J. was born Feb. was born Jan. Nov. No..joim^) daughter of John [575] and Margaret (Wilson) Jameson. Chatham. 1S92. 593. She married May 13. 1870. in Groton. 1S96. daughter of Samuel Burnett and Sarah (Craine) Howe. Mrs. J^ose Hon'e. 594.

Jameson College. was born in Glasgow. THE CHILDREN WERE Jesse M. about the close of the \A'ar of the Revolution and settled in westMr. Jameson in 1899 was living.^ John. Eldridge. .120 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Mass.•i\. 1898. was born 1848 in x\mbala. 617. and came about 1783 son of John [617]. at the age of ninety-one years. 111. India. McClenyy. : 1809: m. In 1856. He married. ElJriiigc. engaged in organizing churches in the different Scotch settlements.D H. in Monmouth. Pa. 111. was born West Newton.x months around Cape of Good Hope in a sailing vessel landed in Boston. Jameson died in 1856. Mr. in Glasgow. Township. India. 1881. They resided in Chicago. b. and to the southward as far as North Carolina.. Pa.xtended from Philadelphia to the western boundary He was of Pennsylvania. 28. He was born May 19. son of Joseph and Pa. and in AUeghenv. He married Elizabeth McCleary. No. 111. Ralston is pastor of the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. No. Pa. Jameson was a minister of the Seceded Church. 618. and Caroline (GardShe was born 1855 in Toulon. Rev. ' Jameson {Jesse M. in in Jesse M. 619..n WAS: JoHX [618]. b. 1857..V CUII. Mr. .^ Jameson {JoJm". daughter of P. ner) Eldridge. b. after his wife's death. and in Ambala for twenty years.. 622. [US [622]. in South Buffalo Isabella (Miller) Ralston. 1809. Pa. he returned to this country with his three sons. Armstrong Co. John [620]. John" Jameson land. Jollll Jameson.. M.. John Jay Ralston. Memoranda. Scotto America with his father. [619] and Elizabeth (McCleary) Jameson. Scotland. Elizahctl. Warren Co. ONI. They resided Ambala. Ellen [621]. Rev. IE CHILDREN WERE: Sarah C. They reside in Portersville. studied for the Christian ministry. and after a voyage of si.Jflhn'^). Pa.yohn^). AlllSllStnS THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Eldridoe W. [625]. and resided in Indiana Co. [624]. at that time the parish e. was born He came THF. b. Nov. parentage unknown. 2. 1S4S. [623]. '. No. India. Harold Jameson. son of Jesse M. where Mrs. graduating in 1835 from Jefferson and in 1836 went as a missionary under the Presbyterian Board to Northern He was stationed in Simla. son of John [6iS] Jameson. Sarah C. {John'^'). Hindostan. She married Aug. No. M. Rev. and ern Pennsylvania. 1S99. [619]. Hindostan.

Triicvioithy Hoyt. H. 4. Louis. 7. 24. 31. 1S3.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1832. 4. b. T/iomas L. 1858. Sarah Hoyt. She married Dec. son of John and Sarah (Hoyt) Hoyt. Feb. 1S34. . 1890. in Lebanon. H. b. Story. Trueworthv. PIlflBbe Ann" Jameson {Alexander Rankin^). He was born Aug. 1S53. Louis. Louis. Homer Alexander. 24.\i. N. d. Elizabeth [630]. 1S51. 1S30. Memoranda. -Aug. /S/. 1899. — The Hoyt Genealogy. 1S49. b. 1815. 1845. [628]. b.xaxder [635]. Dec. Jameson died about 1866 in St. and Mary Story. June i5. Mrs. 17. b. Jan. They reside in St. 22. He married June 2. Y. \%%o. Amos Coiling: . She was born Feb.\nkix JciSKPH A.DisoN [633]. 13. 1S55. d. May 15. Mo. where Mr. No. There were two children who died very young. 629. 1855.. Oct. Jameson died in 1867 in St. Aug. No. engaged as a chemist with the Westingliouse Co. 26. pp. m. In 1866 the two sons. 1823. 1845. Dec. iS6S from . 1S53. 1S20. [627]. 1S90. 29. 31. j\Io. May Sarah Elizabeth. Sept. b. 1S90. 1876. N. Mr. Ohio. daughter of Minor C. Elizabeth Jameson. They resided in St. He married Elizabeth Eddy." "The References. 26. i&So. [631]. Oct. childhood. was born iu Pennsylvania. Murphy. 1825. 19. and is now. m. They resided in Lebanon. Fanny E. 1850. 16. N. 1S61.Monmouth College. 1S51. Alexander RailkiU Jameson. Anna (SteHopkinton. b. He died in early manhood. JOSEI'HIXE . Fanny E. 1S47. and in New York city. N. one thirteen and the other eight years of age. 1873. b. Jan. She was born June 22. Mo. 627. 1S25. was a daughter of vens) Hoyt'«/t? Sibley. Joseph Addison = Jameson {Ak. Jameson died Aug. Louis.xander Ran/an^). Richard C. Mo. daughter of Alexander Ran- kin [626] and Elizabeth (Eddy) Jameson. Flossie Ross. : She died She died in in childhood. m. THE CHILDREN WERE Phcebe Sophroxia. was born Jan. in Mr. 29. No. T?-iietO(>rt/ty Hoyt. Hoyt's motiier.hter [632]. in Samuel and Mrs. b. Mr. was born 1820 in Lebanon. Aug i6. Jameson graduated 111. m. printed a small newspaper called Boy's Idea. Manson.SamlelC. Ohio. whose parents came from Scotland. m. 121 Memoranda. Ale. June 2. Faxxv Story. 1S56. Ohio. 16. in Concord. m. 6j. b. 12. b. 1859. Mary Ellex [634]. PHoeiiE Ax\ Alexander K. b. Oct. son of Alexander Rankin [626] and Elizabeth (Eddy) Jameson. Aug. THE CHILDREN WERE: A Dauc-.. 1786. MixuR Story [636]. in Whites Town. 1851. b. 5/£)ri'. m.. Y. 1S55. b. Margie Murphy. 626. b. [629].

. ig. Feb. 1S46. Mrs. 1825. Richard Jameson. Jan. m. March 3. iS6i. Nov. b. who subsequently married his sister. Ind. Feb. b. Nancy Jies. 1838. Elizabeth. Perry died Nov. Louis. 1827: She died. 7. and entered the banking business. daughter of Alexander Rankin [626] and Elizabeth (Eddy) Jameson. Jan. Charity Ann [641]. She married 1855 Amos Catling. Elizabeth Gladden [639]. was born THE CHtLDREN WERE: James Carrol [638] b. was born Jan. Elizabeth Gladden' Jameson {Ric/ianP). b.122 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 630. No. Jameson was many times a millionaire. 1833. Willia. Jameson felt his death very much. 1S95. in Maryland.\perience in the dry -goods business he started a store in company with Amos Cotting. Ind. He married Ma>y Ann Sioosic. William [642]. Aug.. Y. quiet and retiring in his any political aspirations. where Mr. 26.. b. New York. 30. graduated in the class of 1896 from the School of Technology. Jameson. Res. son of James and Sally (Adams) Perry. Aug. He was born 1813. and industrious in his habits from early life to its close. iS. Pa. 11. Elizabeth Jameson. Richard C. N. She was born Oct. Jan.. 1S6S. 1843. Jameson died March 28. the youngest son. May 22. April 2. Mo. He died in infancy. 1843. far-sighted. Nathan Perry. iSgo : The Ncio York Trihuite of iSgo . March 3. 12. She died in early life. b. Nalhaii Perry. Ind. He died in early life. 1867. She married Feb. 1839. Cotting died. 7. [645]. in Harrison Co. 1S46. Minor Story Jameson. and after 1865 in New York city. 1838. 637. 1S32. July 7. In this they v/ere also very successful. in Convenience. was born 1830 in Lebanon. They resided in St. March 29. 19. 1863. Mr.. Ind. date not given. m. Jan. June 10. and did not long survive him. 18. parentage unknown. b. 1830. and universally lamented in Wall street among his business friends. Nov. May 10. 1804. and devotedly attached to his home and In business he was energetic. Martha MeKinney. Mr. 1861. Jan. Jameson was a man of sterling qualities of character. Sarah Jane [640]. went from his home in Oliio to St. They reside in Harrison Co. 1836 He died in infancy. March 11. Mr. b. when a young man. 11. They resided in Convenience. and Mr. Mr. 639. 1S44. Ind. No. Ohio. Afary Robert Mary Jane Duggins. disposition. daughter of Richard [637] and Mary Ann (Swosic) Jameson. and after gaining some knowledge and e. . as well as among his family relatives. 1. 17. Globe. 3. 1825. Referkxces. No..— 7X<r Evening Aug. Memoranda. Jameson and Cotting were very successful in their business. The Boston Evening Journal of Tuesday. Jan. his brother-in-law and partner died. Louis. 1832. of Boston. and shortly after the close of the War for the Union they went to New York city with about a million dollars each. b. [644]. Messrs. Ind. Cotting. 1823. John [643]. iS. b. and at the time of his death Mr. b. His death was sudden. b. in Convenience. 1794. without kindred. 11. •" Sept. in Pittsburgh. [646]. in Convenience.m Henry 1647]. 1 the children were: James A. iSgo.. Mass.Jameson (Alexander Rankin^). Mr. 1S43. Jameson died July 28.

son 2. b. Y. Sallie. LciriSA. m. Ml. d. pp. 1813. John Perry resides in Convenience. Feb. 22. 653. 1S72. Ind.N. Mr. Mrs. Patrick died Aug. Ind. Jacob Grove Mapel. 1S72. James A. Patrick died Jan. Mary Jane Diiggins. and Mrs. Dec. Pa. Oct. Sept. m. Ann. 22. Her children are scattered. John Jameson. 1854. 29. Her father and mother were born in Scotland. in Belfast. Refere. b. Wallace W. Aim Jameson. [652[. 1SS3. RoiiERT. Oct. Perry was living in 1S96. Her mother_was a large woman of commanding presence. Dec. and Mrs. William Perry and George Perry reside in Muldraugh. jj^. Andrew. John Jameson. William Patrick. 1S59. 20. Memoranda.. 1843. b. b. 1777. July 4. 647. May lo. was born She married. Ky. Mrs. of Hugh Patrick. i&yy. Mrs.. Nov. Ann Jameson. R. July 9. Oct. 1873. Ellen Gill. JoH. iS. N. Mr. Ky. Ky. Meade Co. 1S06. 22. She died May. 1S71. Wallace. in Harrison Co. Albert S. No. 1 23 Oct. Anna IVeutliers. m. Cugswell [1764]. Nov. Feb. 1785. where tliey both died. d. Carrie I. 4. Jameson had an older brother. She died Jan. b. After arrival in this country they resided in Petersburgh. b. She died Sept.yj. 1S75. 1843. iSoi. was born. Ky. daughter of 14. 14. Robert and Jean (Wallace) Jameson. . Martha Elder. 5. He died March 4. Mr. Jan. John-. 1857. 8.\ E. She was born Dec. son of Richard [637] and Mary (Swosic) Jameson. '" Harrison Co. Their third child was born on the ocean passage. landed Feb. m. Perry and Lena Perry reside in Meade Co. 1S74. [649]. Malincia /. Ohio. 26. 1819. b. Dec. Ireland. with three children. 1859. b. it is said was married at the age of sixteen years.N'CES. died May 2. 10. Oct. m. 29. Leiois IV. b. b. m. 1882.. 1SS4. m. She died in childhood. Nov. 1830. 1S61. 26. 1S50. She died in infancy. b. 1852. July 7. 1864. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jean. 20. 1SS5. b. 10. Perry resides in Riverview. b. Sept.. 11. 1S77. April ig. b. George.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1808. 1S70. but resided in Belfast.\CHEL. 1S27. Jan.. Jan. 26. Mrs. 10. Feb. b July 12. without the consent of her parents. in Belfast. Oct. Richard C. March 4. Feb. Enna a. 1811. Cogswell reside in Montpelier.ME M. 1S24. i. William. m.. daughter of Elias and Amanda (Sears) Duggins. Ireland. Le. Erastus McKiitney. Mary Anx. Nellie Crilchlo. 181 1. They West Point. James. 14. 1850. Ireland. 15. McKinney reside in Pitts Point. 1846. He March 8. 1856. Ind. 12. He was born June 5. b. Ky.. — The Cogswells in America. 25. He married Sept. Memoranda.tiding/on. 1S17. 1876. Ann William Henry ' Jameson {IHc/mrd^). No. b.va. 7. April 12. b. 30. m. . 1875. 1867. reside in THE CHILDREN WERE: Hattie Belle [648]. Patrick. j. [650]. Sept. in New York City.. and Mrs. b. Seot. 1S22. 1829. 1853. [651]. May 6. b. Aug. Harrison Co. 25. Patrick. 1855. Mr.

viz. 2. and whether any of them came to America. Ireland. 1861. Mrs. was born 1809. Annie Meyers. in Pittsburgh. [660]. in Green Co. 28. . Ireland. m. 1856. She was born Sept. John Jameson. Lizzie Feldheimer. in Allegheny Co. Theodore 1856: ni. 23. b. b. Dec. TOHN M. Memoranda. in Pittsburgh. (Daniel L. 1859: m. b."^ i&me^QW. Pa.. Marv Jane [657]. Pa. Milwaukee. Margaret Lorain. was born Feb. 23. His parents soon after their marriage where they were born. They had five children. had five sons and tn-o daughters. THE CHILDREN WERE: WiNFIELIi S.. the third child. Andre-M Patrick." daughter of Robert and Mary Jane (Irwin) Mill. Be-iler Roundy. June 8. 18S4. 1S62. b. 7"^"' Wallace.. 1815. 1783. H. 1S90. : . daughter of William Parker and I . m. 23. No. At his death she came into the possession of his estate. b. Sept. He marDec. 1864.meson Mapel. 1S69. son of David [654] and Margaret (Lorain) Jameson. Jan. 1S53 d. Mr. the oldest of removed from Dundee. 1882. Frank Daniel L. the oldest son. m. They reside in AUegheny Daniel L. 15. Oct. Scotland. David THE CHILDRE. b. 1S37: [656]. Jameson died in 1890. 91 Wisconsin St. Rachel Louise. [662]. 1875. [659]. m. She was born in Chartiers. June 28. An.Darid'^). leaving a widow with nine children. City. are unknown. 1S37. and owned the Imperial Hotel in Dublin. J. They resided in Pittsburgh. JULL-\ . They Mr. 14. Patrick died at the age of fifty-three years. in Alliance. 1861. in Pittsburgh. b. Wis. Feb. Pa. 14. 1S9S. Pa. and Sarah Jane (Smith) De. Mr. 1848 m. 1S45. Dec.. 1S9S. the youngest but three years of age. Oct. b. b. His address is No. who was unmarried. She was born Sept. son of John and Janet (Montgomery) Jameson. in Shelbyville. He married Dec.v P. was born Dec. m. 655. May 13. 3. 28.V WERE: Daniel Frank L. Dec. in Belfast.xter. daughter of John and Mary (Parker) Lorain. William Wallace. 654.- Jameson {David '). She married Jacob Grove Mapel. Nov.124 born in THE JAJIESONS IN AMERICA.\trick. The names of Mr. They have three children: Charles Jameson. Mill. Pa. S. to Belfast. Annie L. Brown. July 25. Pa. Ohio. 23. 10. 1877. Helen Geis. 1852. \'&t^^. 1869. 17. July 12. Mapel died March 4.\NN [658]. [655]. Williamctta Bro-ti. was born Jan. m. Ireland. 8. h. John Ja. Jordan. Jameson was the family. 111. 1879. Pa.. Pa. IVdliametta Brozvn. b. Mapel died Jan.. John H. He married. b. 23. 189 1. in Allegheny Co.. JillllCSOn. 1S67. 1884. married the daughter of Joshua L. He was born Nov. Jameson came to America in 1832 and settled his brothers and sisters. b. No. 24. 27. March iq. (Mill ried Daniel i. L. son of Daniel L. They resided in Washington Co. Jan. and Annie Jameson. Pa. 1850. Mary Ann. [661]. 13. Annie L. J////. 1865. 181 1. on the Atlantic ocean during tlie passage to New York. 1878.<n.xter. 20. iMr. Jan. Pa. iVIaryLois De.

JAMKS [676].7>!/so/ . 23. parentage unknown. No.. Collins. since 1752 Berks Co.A. . Pa. Vol. 174S. E. married Aug. daughter of Stephen Barnes. 1748. Jameson made his own will. Agnes. [666]. 1 25 Mary Boyd (McLain) Brown. from West Chester. " A Grandson. 4. She was born April 27. son John [679].—Dc'Sc-fu.NES [674]. No.. Their daughter. J^anso/n. ^j^o. 664.. daughter of 1840.-6.. married C/arissa Barnes. Lancaster Co. Christine Jameson.. and Hannah (Paine) Butler. dated March 12. They resided in Wilkesbarre. She was born Feb. Pa. j. b. res. proved Oct. Pa. 1749. Mr. p. [673]. Pa. 4]John [675]. on Wilkesbarre mountain. 1748. . Jameson. Pa. son of Samuel S. Pa. 1776. They reside in Allegheny City. born Dec. (Kingsley) Allen. 669. Thomas Bulla. 1849. is a physician.. Luzerne Co. Hiram Allen. 0. John Jan. Pa. and Sarah A. Chester Co. parentage unknown." a hotel near Prospect Rock. 1876. Alexander and Elizabeth C. 1843. which was proved May 12. of Donegal. 187 i. RUHERT [677]. ARET of James Jameson. Jameson was for a number of years. Mention is made of wife.April 15. B.Alexander Hutchinson of Donegal. Lillias He was 9. was born He married . g. REFEKEycES. : Daughter [665]. They reside in Allegheny City. 670. //. [672]. 1S81. William E. He was born May 23. 6.•\G. Will dated Dec. 1846. THE CHILmjEN WERE Tkmi'f.. Mr. and in 1886 resided in Manchester. a soldier of the Revolution.. married June i. They resided in \\'ilkesbarre. Lancaster Co. They had a son Frank O. Sarah Ida Allen. Pa. N. Pa. Wilkesbarre. yq Sputccr Genealogy. i. 18 18. Jameson Pa. Pa. 1847.rance . the proprietor of the "Spring House. Jameson 4. Pa. : No. Butki\ son of William G.l. John Jameson was named as executor of the will of . Mr. John Cliahoon. ni. born Oct. dated April 1776. I. (Bell Jameson. 1S45. 1777.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. She was born in Bear Creek. in Pittsburgh. ) LilliaS J. 26. 5. Wilkesbarre. married Alphonso IF. in Wilkesbarre. J. m. res.. Ransom. Reading. David [678]. James Jameson was named as executor of the will of Patrick Wilson. E [671]. JOlm Jameson. 1777. 2. Pa. proved April 24. also of the will of James Allison. Will dated Sept. about 18 1 8. proved Nov.

Daughler [700]. 1769. proved Wo. York Co. Roiiert [697]. 1769.. dated June 1802. 693. proved April 30. Margaret J-jhn [683]. No. Lancaster Co. ^//i'(7«. Johti Dunn. . the oldest son.. William [690]. 1775. Pa. Samuel [689]. 1751. No. Samuel [696J. William Jameson of Hopewell. 1771 . Pa. [682]. Made : a will proved Oct.. By mention made the children were: John [686]. in Samuel Jameson proved Nov. 10. James [687]. Wife. Joseph [691]. 19. Adam [688]. 692. 8. made a will dated Jan. Pa. made a will. proved March 1754. as executor of the will of Robert \^'eIls Lancaster Co. of Cumberland Co. of York Co. [681]. mentioned proved 1785. 3. made a will dated May 31. >/(« BarkUy. Granddaughter. 5.. of Little Britain. Sarah. . Mayy Barkh-y. i. No.. 685. John JaiQeSOIl 4. executrix and sole legatee. the children were: William [699]. 14. John Jameson.. the children were: May 9. the youngest son. dren of John Cunningham. granddaughter his will of Joseph Hutchinson. A Daughter m. Mention made of wife.. Pa.. 1769." Robert and Elizabeth. May 1751. .. Elizabeth Jameson.. 1783. 1805.Son-in-law. -A. Susanna [695]. made his will and mentions brothers and sisters. of Little Britain. Pa. Lancaster Co. proved Jan.. 1782. m. the children were: Agnes Mary [680]. Pa. Hugh Anderson. another son. 27. Pa. 1772. made a will dated Aug.126 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. proved Aug. William Jameson. 27. Samuel Jameson dated Oct. The will dated Jan.^viD Jameson. 684. 17S3 mention made of wife. 1783. chil4. made a will dated Mention made of wife. Hanover. 4. [701]. Lancaster Co. made a will dated Jan. Georoe Jameson. D. and mentions brothers and sisters. of 1754. doubtless the widow of John Jameson of Little Britain. proved March Mention made of "Sister Ann King. Alary. Lancaster Co. Rosaiiiia. named Little Britain. Susanna Jameson.

the John [713]. JanieS Jaine. 1722. Pa. David JjUlieSOn had ley. Pa. proved April 9. John JaineSOn March 17. a wife. who is had a wife.v . Cumberland Co. license to marry Warwick. 1774 . [709J. York Pa. Montgomery Co. 719./ of Wills. [714].. Juliana Heibley. daughter of Benjamin and Elizamentioned in her father's will dated Jan. 1767. Monh^omery Co.\ were: Chili..AC [710]. York Co. 1776. 14. Pa.— AV«. WaHam Davis were granted license to marry No. proved March 30. Record No. Daviii[707]. chii. 720. No.^Oll of Fermanagh. Pa.. : William Geiirgk [706]. Pa. 4.-. Margaret. 702. proved 1809. Lancaster Co. made will dated proved March 26. in . 1768. Pa. Philadelphia. of Wills. William Jameson married March church. 1774. of Pennsborough.. Mary. Juniata Co.: Record of Wills.. 1794. 1789. 1779. 20. Ellis JiinieSOn beth Osim. William Jameson and Ann Fracme were married March the Swedes church. Co. References. 1747. Rachel [711]. 717. THE CHILDREN WERE John. 1769. Margaret Jameson and Jamcs Honey were granted April 25. license to marry No. Mary Osim. [708].. 715.[705]. INIonaghan... 703. Sarah Collins.. 1792. Pa.. Samuel No. : Record of Wills. 28. Mention made of wife. Mention made of wife. Pa. Philadelphia. Pa. York Co. daughter of Sophia Heib- mentioned in her mother's will dated Dec. William Jameson and Hannah Edminstou were granted July 21. Bucks Co. No.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 712... 1756. made a will dated March 26. Christ's Martlia Jameson and March. IsA. Pa. license to marry No.dre. Jane Jameson and Moses Craw/ord were granted March 12.

Pa. the First Presbyterian church. 28. Philadelphia. . Philadelphia. 25. 724. were married Dec. in the First Presbyterian church. 728. 726. Pa. Philadelphia. Third Presbyterian church. in the Nathan Jameson and Eleanor Wilson the Swedes church. TllOmaS Jameson and Mary WHHams were married June the Third Presbyterian church. Nancy Jameson and John Hutchinson were married Dec. in No. in Jane Jameson and Bartholomew Adams were married May the i. Philadelphia. Pa.THE JAMESONS iN AMERICA. Philadelphia. 1788. 2. Pa. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. 1785. in the No. Jan. 31. Pa. 722. Pa. Margaret Jameson and Alexander McDonald [791. RaCliel Jameson and Morton J/(-Z'(V/'r?/(/ were married Aug. the Third Presbyterian church. Pa. 723. Pa. 21. 11. David Jameson and EHzahcth Smith were married Christ church. in No. 1767. 1783. Ilannall Jameson and Daniel Broadley were married Jan. married July 13. Philadelphia.. in No.Long were married Dec. Jollll Jameson and Mary Ross were terian church. i. in No. 1793. 1793. Swedes church. Andrew Jameson and Ruth Swain No. 1786. in the wftxit married June 23. Pa. Philadelphia. ware. in the Third Presbyterian church. 733. Philadelphia. John Jameson and Louisa Roberts were married Jan. 15. 1. 1785. 1795. 725. married in the Second Presby- 177S. No. Elizabeth Jameson and Gerhard Bischoven were married March German Reformed church. Philadelphia. Swedes church. Swedes church. Philadelphia. Pa. Thomas Jameson the and Ja//. Pa. in No. 727. Pa. 1791. Pa.

No. K. cerning "Col. Dr. Pi Scotch Im/i m America Hefoi I or S^^' Congi cu. has converted the farm on which he was born. and afterwards removed to Augusta Co. and intends it for an abiding place for all of his kith and kin who desire to avail themselves of its hospitality. near Saltsburg. Wilson was a native of Backs Co. Then he will endow it ' handsomely. and while there married as above. B. Va. the Philadelphia banlier. who came in 1728. 735.. adding another farm to the Home. Pa. Pa. Marthil Jameson and Dr. Kt Jameson. into the Jamison Home. iSgd p 43S — . parentage unknown. John Jameson later settled in Carlisle. Pa.. Pa. resided in Philadelphia.. There was a James P. 734. Archives of Pennsylvania. WHson were married..' and having it duly incorporated. and contains a number of dwelling-houses.. but shortly before the Revolutionary War removed to the vicinity of Winchester.THE JAMESONS IN PENNSYLVANIA.. Jamison. is beautifully situated. He intends. The farm is quite a large one. Jamcs p.. Va. when but seven years of age. The above Martha Jameson may have been the granddaughter of John Jameson. [29 No. conwhom appeared some years since the following newspaper notice : B. Jameson. Wilson who married a daughter of Matthew S. with his uncle from Ireland. son of John Jameson." Referencfs TXt' Kecoi-ds of Marringes and of Marrias:e Licenses.

736. the lady came over in a ship to whether against her parents' wishes or not.. and to have been There is by to : he of high degree. Mr. [739] Mildred Smillr. His ancestors. . Mr." No. d. William Homes of Cliilmark. d. Traditional. presumably the first of our line. His parentage and birthplace are unknown. the tradition has it that they found each other and were straightway married then and there. 1793 Memoranda. a vague and shadowy story told and repeated rs a family tradition different ones. 1766. in 1736. Martha's Vineyard. d. Anne's Parish. who came this country in the early days. Jameson died . Jameson may have been the son of James [l] and Sarah Jameson of Boston. : ' • i 1 .N CiiiH-s. Mr.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. over Sundav. 6. watching for this signal from the shore. No doubt her lover awaited the arrival of each ship. for there is found in the Diary of Rev." And it may have bet n that his ship was lying at anchor. . married ATargarct Va. it is said. . in which he also may have been interested. who had left behind in the old country a lady whom was to wed. at Homes Hole. d 176 b.DRE. on her way from Scotland to Virginia. He They resided in St. WERE: Thomas ]. iJec. This lady is said to have possessed great wealth. Jajieson was doubtless of Scotch lineage. join her lover here By an understanding between these two. which runs something as follows "There was one of our ancestors. [737]. Essex Co. . " Her presence on the ship was indicated by waving her handkerchief. At any rate. were engaged in trade with the colonies. possibly not. James Jameson. the following record November 3'! 7 7 John McClellan and 'James yamisoii came to my house this Lords day. 1720. does not seem to have come down to us. THE CHII.

lui. . parentage. but of sound and perfect memory. 416. Appointing the ReyJ Robert Rose. witnessed the last will and testament of Thomas Ayres. 2^2.. during their minority. Records of Births in Boston. p. Va. XLIX. which was dated April 19.ister of Middlesex Co. Vol. : " In thk Name of God Amen: I. which was admitted to record May 17. James Jameson. V. Va. Mr. ~ Thomas Jameson was born in St. and a summary of all Jameson items is as follows . mentions sons Thomas.land Hist. and filed their bonds of ^1. son. the great-grandfather of Samuel Ayres who married Dorothea Graham Jameson [769] Mrs.. 737.3S- — No. 1736. 1720.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA.000 each Dec. Essex Co. which was estabHshed in 1692. Hackley. Li((Y Ilactlev. Rev. May 17. Vol." He states further that he has searched the records in that oiifice from 1707 to 1741. 1737. Va.. 1720. pf. "born 22:10 month " and baptized "28 day 10 mo. proved Nov.. being a minor. {James^). Tappahannock. do make. and David. 1736. Va. according to record. and reads as follows . Va. Essex Co.. Muiigo Roy & my said son James.\. constitute and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following: Imp. 1S27. Anne. THE children WERE Jamks : Thom \s [741]. Thomas Jameson quaUfied as guardian of David Jameson in 1737.. Gen. Anne's Parish made a dead to Thomas . 17. 5. William and Mary College Quarterly. go-g4. Jan. I3I Mass. Jameson probably died before her husband. Jno.. Colony of Virginia. 1717. and admitted to record May 17.. Aug. 1751. Vol. May 3. Esq. They gave a deed conveying fifty acres of land to Thomas Short. James. my Estate of what kind soever be Equally divided amongst my beloved sons. Samuel Sally. son of James [736] and Margaret JameThe name. 1736. of this my last Will and Testament. Margaret Jameson freely relinquishing her right of dower in said land the same day. 18. Anne's Parish. Records of St. resided in the Parish of St. Exr». in Middlese. pp. Mass. b. and birthplace of his wife are unknown. 1721. John Vawter was appointed in his place until he should become of age.33. as no mention is made of her in his will. Tappahannock. I give and bequeath to my son James the land I bought of Richard Coleman." Rekerencf. James Jameson. Essex Co. Vol. M' Daniel Gaines.pp. Jameson and wife Margaret. I leave ten pounds current money to my son David and one Gold ring with a stone to Mrs.. Or he may have been tlie son of a James Jameson [954] whose death it is said occurred Jan. dated and probated in 1736. by commissioners appointed. Records of Circuit and County Courts. Hawkins. makes the following statement: "The Records of Deeds and Wills go back to 1656 Orders of Courts go back to 1683 but there are no records of births. Anne's Parish. and Charles Sharp. and the same was acknowledged by Margaret.. Jameson died in 1768. his wife. They resided in Orange Co. IX. who may have found his way to Virginia. . James Jameson sued Mary Quarlls in 1717. Robert Rose became the guardian of James Jameson and Thomas Jameson the guardian of David Jameson. Thomas Short. Daniel Gaines. 1743. being sick and weak. James Jameson. New Enf. 17. Va. and Elizabeth Gray. d. lying King & Queen County Hem. m." of whom there appears no further record. 17. Harrison Southworth. VIII. 1720. Capt.s. Thomas Jameson in 1737 allowed compensation as witness in court. James Jameson's will. suit in 1721 for Trespass and Assault. 2^1. County of Esse.. 1737. Register. 17. in 1897 clerk of the circuit and county courts of Essex Co.Short for 50 acres of land. Eleanor Roy and will that all ttie remainder of. James Jameson vs.x Co. James Jameson [i'. marriages. the son named as one of the executors. : "James Jameson qualified as constable Dec. James Jameson of St. Thomas James and David. 14. and deaths prior to 1853. [740].rrt/] " " " in : : The inventory and appraisement of his estate were made Nov. m. Parish Re!. Judith B.

I7i. m. son. Memoranda. Mariilv '••^ . William I745]. d. 12. James. Margaret J. 26.. 1785. Va. Daniel Gaines. V. \'a. and Uriel Mallory. who was a soldier.Mrs. Jameson's father. Mary Meniiis. 1766.)HN- [742].She die! PE(. commissioners who appraised the estate of Jeremiah Morton were sworn by Capt. Book 2. . chose his brother. 1 .April . Essex Co. and Rev.. her husband's father. Memoranda. Vol.Jameson {James. Oct. March 21. '. daughter of Daniel and Eliza Gaines." and held the office of a justice of the peace. by William Pannell. orphan of Thomas Jameson deceased. [une 13. Sept. of age when one of the e. Va. Essex Co.[748]. Jemyson near Panther Gap. -vi.p.. his guardian. ^jiac/iel Berrim. 4^2. THE children WERE: [746]. They resided in Liberty Hail. 2.go. in St. . : Eliza [752]. Da\id [750]. 2. 1S18. Anne's Parish. James [749]. Capt. 1752. [743]. 25. b. gentleman. 1769. or an officer. . 15. Vol. March. \'a. and also one of the e. 2^2. Francis Meriwether.p. Ja. 1722. b.meson was not . m. William Jameson [745]. b.meson is mentioned in Tliomas Wall<er's Journal of 1750 as "Capt. M." record refers doubtless to the youngest son of Mr. Wills. A. and testified at the trial of one Smith. 1768. father's estate. Va. . 1743. David Jameson [739]. 1S12. Records of Orange Co. Va..132 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. d. 1745. "William Jameso-X. Aug. igg-20i^ .. 1767. 1770. when his son Thomas Jameson was granted letters of administration on his The estate was appraised Sept. 1771." This place is in Rockbridge Co. References. in 1737. 19. l-'. Mr. in Jameson died Dec. d. 1751. 1772. Security. Ja.-li. m. 1749.. must have been a resident./w/: d. Toliver Craig. of Orange Co. Jameson died July 18. She was born. 1S39.7. pp. 1839. Essex Co. .meson. No. 2^0.' Urav. his father's will. 1755. Ja..Oct. on which day he witnessed some transaction on record. for a time.% was born. 11/..xecutors of ity. being above the age of 14.He <li> >' .. 27. gave bonds as guardian of his youngest brother. VIII. 24.<//. m. p. . Nov. VVm. 6. m. 1767. I7S4. it appears. 1747. John Hazukins.xecutors of Mr. 1742. Daviii [744].\RV [751]. 1 8 10. Vol. Little is known of him beyond his military standing as a captain. July 17./. The above m Crisis of the Rrjolutioii. Robert Rose. 20. was one of the commissioners to appraise the estate of James Jameson. socially he is May 26. Nov. Jameson. Mr. Aug. 1720. Mr. his father died in 1736. Jameson must have died between Thursday. jun . Mary (?(?///«. was appointed his guardian during liis minormeridian of his manhood. Mrs.///. d. 17^7. March 19. 177 v A--. Jameson. March 2. 1765. b.:. . in the army of tlie Revolution with his older brother Col.April iS. John Jameson [743]. b. m. Feb. b. and the following July 28. 738. j. March 23. m. Tiio>L\s [747]. 1806. b.. b. lA-z-y AV/.Mr. -Elizabeth Davcuporl. in the Jameson died his will in 1736. the styled " gentleman. son of James [736] and Margaret JameHe married.(a. 174S. Bronaugh. Capt.'/ <.— 7'//t- Va pp. Orange Co. 1757. i=. 1760. Jameson. m. d. b. b.: William and Mary College Quarterly. b. Thomas Jameson. . connection with Arnold's treason and the capture of Andre. Sept.

where they resided. Anne's Parish. Keconh of Essex Co. in St. . of whom William was the oldest of some ten or twelve. " I give the other moiety of my Estate that I may die possessed of both real and personal to be equally divided between my nephews. r. David Jameson made his will Oct. 1792. Bernard Gaines. Jameson first person in Virginia. Daviii Jameson. 1757. of the town and county of York.^YY.. I. Essex Co. son of James [736] and Margaret Jameson. children of Thomas Jameson [747] deceased.. his wife. 1792.: THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. David Jameson of Yorktown.. whose son Samuel Ayres married Dorothy Graham Jameson [769]. sells negroes to Dorothea Oaham Jameson and Thomas Jameson. Gov. She was born in 1733.. in Yorktown. Lieut. David Jameson of Culpeper it David Jameson of Caroline county. and probably in America. Thomas Nelson. I give and bequeath unto my Nephew John Jameson one moiety of my estate both real and personal of which I may die. Martha Jameson.— Wills. died in 1755. and favorably known throughout the state of Virginia. Mary College Quarterly. dated "January Y 26"" 1770 " in which he says widow and : "I have sent by William Gaines. Mary (Ayres) Boulware iite Scott. p. I. so that his death must have occurred between the last two dates. gentleman. said graduated from Princeton College. Sisned. 32j: was born David ^ Jameson (Jamcs^). and to it added a codicil 21. 1793. and was a prominent citizen of Yo. /. 177S. late of Lieut. Scarcely had two years elapsed when the widow and mother of these many children married again. Va. Va. gave a deed to Charles Mennis. to them & to their Heirs forever. daughter of Thomas and Mary (Robinson) Jameson. He married MUdri-d Smith. Amen. and use a rain-gauge. 1775. Va. 1793. Samuel Ayres's grandfather. and in 17S3 he was a member of the state senate. And it is to Airs. 1792. Mrs. 10. Gov. Memoranda. 10.. e. for I cant get him to school here. />. Lieut." He adds also. Mrs. daughter of Thomas and Mary (Scott) Ayres. Jameson had a brother. that Bernard Gaines writes a letter. " Witness my hand and seal this 14th day of October. Jameson died Dec. The above Thomas Ayres. present of indifferent health. whose will was recorded July 18. His will reads as follows fjut at "Ix THE Name oe God. He was made in 1777. in 1 780-1 he was Lieutenant-Governor of the commonwealth in the administration of Gov. recorded transactions are the following: Under date of Nov. N. being of sound mind. Her second husband was John Boulware. J'a . and nothing will give' me more pleasure than to see some of them there. possessed of. He established himself in business as a merchant. and Mildred. it is Mr. and the instrument was probated July 22. Vol. Bool. Essex Co. bequeaths a negro girl to his granddaughter. daughter of Edmund and Agnes (Sclater) Smith.Vi-mQ'es.. J.go-4. ijS.ktown. by which he measured the rain-fall for the entire year. to his wife's mother. X. Jameson died in 1793. to him the said John and his Heirs forever. and sister to William Ayres. leaving a a large family of children. " I have sent down a horse for Peggy to ride to my house. who married Sarah Avres. Va. Va. do make.." William ami V. David Jameson. constitute and appoint this my last will and Testament. Gov. of the town and county aforesaid under date of Sept. one of the privy council. I33 Daniel Gaines. Jameson was the to invent Among — : May Yorktown. my son Daniel to go to scoole. 14. David Jameson of York Town.

Mrs. On the 21" of May 1793 Mr. Wnt.ds.: 134 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA." Edmund and Agnes The arms on the tombstone above mentioned are dexter: Az a saltire cantoned with four ships under sail or: Az a chevron between three acorns slipped and leaved or. and was buried in what was known as "Temple Field. David Jameson & we subscribed Ifm. These. Lawrence and Mildred (Chisman) Smith. . Wm. and that Grace a Girl at present about the House should be given to Mrs. She departed this Life the i&^Day of December. . that Cupid & Frank. published and declared to be the last Will of our names as witnesses thereto bv his desire. /yyS.xter ister to The "We . and received her grandmother's Christian name. consisting of Amblers." Mrs. . Yorktown.. Va. " Sealed. two of his slaves. prior to the Revolution. had a high social and religious standing. Jameson was a granddaughter of Col. Jameson died in her forty-sixth year. Mimiis. Va. Gibbons.mi'LE Far. Archers. and the following inscription " Underneath this marble lies the Body of Mildred Jameson Wife of David Jamesoti. Mary " Mem". England. Devonshire. Her tombstone has the Jameson arms impaled with the arms of Smith. and Daughter of Smith of York County. Carey. in the Forty-sixth Year of her A«e." and later as TeiTiple Farm.. David Jameson of York desired me to add by way of Codicile to his will. should at his decease be Emancipated. Reytiolds. and the sinthe Smith arms of Tottness. Crest a ship viv * * « ut vivas. the last mentioned to be bound out to some trade of the Administrators of his Will. Te. she was of the kinship of George Washington.m-house. Rkvnoi. and as a descendant of tlie Martians and Reades of Yorktown. with other de. Jamiesons. Some one writes as follows of the place: learn that before and sometime after the Revolution there was one of the most delightful societies to be found. — corresponds in Burke to the Jameson arms of Scotland. Mary Mennis.

pp. without fear of contradiction. Records of the /fastings Court.. painting by Col. one interesting and venerable establishment in the vicinity of York which deserves . Va. 19. three years later. . Trumbull of Connecticut.()2-g4. VIII. apprenticed himself June 15. Vol. pp. . Jameson's father. Robert Smith in 1768 estimated its acreage at Since the Revolution this historic farm has had many owners down to a 500 acres.pfi. died in 1750 in Yorktown. I/. Oct. 226-22S. 252. tlie historical This was sketched by him in 1791. to David Jameson. The Surrender of Lord Te. John Trumbull. who occupied it at the time of its transfer to the Smiths. was one of the most decisive victories of the AmeriThe surrender of Cornwallis is presented in this picture.^vNwallis. Hoove's Virginia Historical Collections.aiple Farm. Peter Temple. " It was in the mansion house on this farm that Cornwallis met Washington and signed the articles of capitulation. 'Va. pp.22-jj2." "It may be said. I. May 5. and his Learn son. /?." which is located about a mile and a half below Yorktown. her brother. son of Gen. V. During the war all tied who could There is some did not returij. It is called Te. a more picturesque spot than Temple Farm. on all the York river. . William and Mary College Quarterly. iSj6. recent date. copied from a can colonies. Vol. the scene of a bloody conflict between the forces of Lord Cornwallis and those of Washington. Edmund Smith. notice.. or only returned to bid adieu to its ruins. painter of the Revolution. '. .mple Farm received its Co. Mrs. 1881.— 0/(/ Churches and Old Families of Virginia. Jameson was buried in the very field which became. the art of Merchandize and book-keeping. Vol. Burke's General Armory.THE JAMESONS families of the place IN VIRGINIA. 1781. it was deeded to the Yorktown Centennial Association. and here. that there is not. 20. Mrs. 1753. "To Referen-ces. Vol. and is well worthy of preservation for its history." name from Rev. York Town. 12. [35 and from the country around filled the Episcopal church in York and formed a happy and undivided society. p.

1773.. /.x children of the second marriage. Samuel Reeds. of the Revolution. p. Memoranda. 25. Jameson's younger sister. daughter of Caleb Butler. George Washington. Va. References. Mr. Sarah Smith. Vol. She had a brother. and Nov.. m. Judith Ball. m. John Hackley. the eldest of whom was George Washington.. 1782. James [758]. /.iw. Elijah Bledsoe.uart. 26. of Westmorel. Samuel.ind Co Va. 17S3. F. \-\'^. m. and Gens. Mrs. V'a. married April 20. aged 82 years. Montgomery Co. m. John Barron.. in Culpeper Co. Sterling. 14. Barilla Bledsoe. m. Va. Jameson. They resided in Culpeper Co. Mr. David Ste-. Co. m. Their children were: Marv. m. m. for his guardian. Augustine W. Thomas Jameson yy/COTiw. Memoranda. [755]. son of Thomas [737] Jameson. married Judith Ball. John and Judith (Ball) Hackley had eight children. James. 741.Mountain Creek. — No. was born May 3. 1-728. married her husband's brother. John Hackley.lizabeth [760]. 16S6. Margaret. daughter of Samuel and Ann Catherine (Taylor) Ball of Lancaster Co.Mary Stout. Vol.. Peter Taliaferro.s^). She died There were si. -Mary Ball. Judith (Ball) Hackley. 1751. Liuy. JUDrni [757]. John Hackley. Milliam. '^ ( the children were: Thomas Lucy John [754]. She died Aug. Sanford [762]. James Jameson [740]. July 28. He married Ann Catherine Tavlor. Moses Bledsoe.. 79. 176S. died in Continental army. Ky.\ckley [759].Jawi-s^). John IVtlliams. daughter of Col. in Culpeper. 1743. and was one of the two hundred and si. Eiizabilh. was in the Indian battle of EstilKs defeat. James' Jameson born {I'/iowas. 1827. 24. then over fourteen years of age. March 6. 16. He married Ball of Lancaster Co.J. . m. Samuel Ball was born Sept. viz. m.\ty-eight persons of the most respectable families who subscribed to an oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth of \'irginia. 25. [756]. Judith Ball Hackley. Judith m. igq-201: Virginia Geneof Hayden. m. Va. m. daughter of John and Judith (Ball) Hackley." Montgomery Co. William Aug. Maj.\shington. Margaret [761].: Ann... John. These sisters and a brother it is said were second cousins to Gen. ensign of militia. .. He was commissioned Feb. 1731.. on " Little .'^Jane Butler. alogies William and Mary College Quarterly. Ky. Jameson's father. estate. m. Hez'. He married Judith Ball HackIcy. b. and died between Aug. Fra'nces Slaughter. 1769. He son of Thomas Jameson [737] was mariied Li/rv Hackk\. 17S9. Robert Green.. but in 17S2 removed to Mt. m. Va. m. in Fredericksburg... March 22. he was chosen by his youngest brother William. oE Bridge's Creek.^tory of Fauquier Co J a. Xancv [763].136 THE JAJIESONS IN AMERICA. renouncing allegiance to George the 111. Sarali.Ball's Ni. daughter of lohn and John And Other [753]. was granted letters of administration on his father's and the following March 23. early in the history of determined resistance of the American colonists to British oppression. Richard Hackley. Mrs. a son. Va. Ill. . Lloyd Thompson. Thomas Jameson [741]. Thomas Jameson [741]. 22. John Jameson. m. H. . Jameson died Aug.. Sallee. Va. Brock's Virginian Hist. m.

Memoranda. Commissary General of Subsistence and Brevet Maj. Ky. Died Aug. 1894. m. Twenty years later. d. 'fa.. near Georgetown. Gaiiriel. 17SS. April's. and Marv ealogies bv Hayden.\- eldest of her children. 4. 1900. Elizabeth Waller. 1852. Betsey Bradford. . The : years. which he located May 9. 1827. Indiana great-grandfather of Brig. James Jameson [740].. Enoch Smith.. 15. d. Philemon. 1S16.. Elijah. Oct. b. July 27. with two thousand acres belonging to John Gore. m.pp. 1744. Nicholas McCarty. Mary (Ball) Washington. 1770. 1792. Oct. A placed on the retired list Sept. 1793. Jan. 14. Aug. in Spotsylvania Co. m. b. Rei-KRKNCES. 1S25. Ind. S. the si. Marcaret.'^ Samuel Mrs. Sept.. overlooking a beautiful reach of country which is traversed by a. is inscribed as follows : " Thomas Jameson. and fourteen hundred acres the property of Mr.. 17S7.. The children were as follows They eldest son was the father of John-. VI. m. 1S95. Philemon. 11. iC. m. 26. Jameson was a sister of Mrs. Mary White. or in this vicinity. . 24. 4. . b. H. b. d. Mr.small stream called Hinkston creek. aged 84 years.-Gen. July 21. he erected a substantial brick dwelling-house about three miles to the north of Mt. Va. Sterling. and his tombstone now. General Hawkins. on the first day they were for sale.... who was a kinsman of Mrs. Adjacent.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. to his new landed possessions in Montgomery Co. standing. all together making a total of nine thousand and five hundred acres on and near Mt. Esq. reared a large family of thirteen children. U. Montgomery Co. d. son of Philemon and Sarah (Smith) Hawkins. Vin^inia GenCollege Quarterlv. Dec. Jameson purchased. b. She married March. Moses. located thirty-five hundred acres. 1767. 1799. 13. m. m. Ruth Ann Threldhcld. Oct. 1S41. 742.— //'////<. or entered. 1S73. Esq. and a granddaughter of Ball. and it is still occupied as a dwelling house... Hawkins died in 1806. 29. 1780. emigratedfrom Culpeper C. -Gen. 1782. m. 1841. 1S94.«. Elsie Le-wis: d. by Ball. whose son. Sterling. Vol. b. 1900. was born 1747. 1782. 29. Jameson was buried near Mt. H. i. In 1782 Mr. ///. a little north of Mt. 24. Montgomery Co. /i'«/// Thomas Jameson Hawkins. resides at 1408 Pennsylvania street. and perhaps in the whole territory of the United Colonies. THE children WERE: Thomas J. She was born Dec. It has remained in the family until the recent date of Nov. John Haivkins. John Parker Hawkins. Dec. Sterling. b. Ann'Everett. Ky. was George Washington. Jan. Viroinia Historical Collections' Vol. the clerk recording his name Jimmerson. Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia. Oct. Va. 31. iS. land office treasury warrants for twenty-five hundred acres of land. Jan. \'&i\. married at the age of eighteen Ann Threldkeld. Ky. 12. Mr. David Jameson. 3. his uncle. 30. Mrs. 1S28. 15. at the same time. igg-201. and died Dec. Mr.-' Jamcs\ daughter of Thomas [737] Jameson. 29. and. of as finely located and as fertile and productive as any tract of land of the same size to be found in the state of Kentucky.\wk.. Ky. 176S. Sept. He was born Aug.ixs was apolis.. in 1S02. March 22.. d. Sen. 1S36. Va. 1S53. I-anquier Co. Aug. 1813. the eldest son. 1824. 1840. Sterling. 1766.Sophia Bradford. d.. 1786. The house was not far from the battle-field of Estill's defeat. 1770. /• '37- No. Feb. Margaret^ Jameson {T/wmas. 11. 1825.\ug. Hawkins died Sept. Jameson removed from Culpeper. which. Aug.. 137 Mr.

d. Hawkins died May 15. Oct. 29. 1S02. to Feb. b. Hawkins's eldest son. 7. the youngest son of John and Elizabeth (Waller) Hawkins. Edmund and : Louisa. m. 1839. I. m. When the War of the Rebellion broke out. 1S04. and immediately thereafter with General ^/cDo'uiell's armv in the first Bull Run campaign. Jan. b. John Parker. b. resided in Indianapolis. Charles Waller. They Mr. Speed. the daughter of Gen. William. 13. Jan. He . Their only child. 7. Fanny. Jennie. 1S20. Speed. and born in Westmoreland. 1809. March 4. in. Margaret. Adjutant General's Okeice. 1839. who was born. C. he was in command of a brigade of colored troops in Louisiana. 1817. Warwickshire. He was placed on the retired list by the following general order Edmund Waller. She was born in 1788. in which the troops under his command bore a conspicuous and gallant part. 1857. West Point. 25. LuciNDA. September 2g. Feb. Army. ni. 1S87. Sanders. 1845. in Coleshill. 10. John Hawkins.\THERI. . in the Watertown Arsenal. and in Crawfordsville. 17. 11. For a short period in 1861 he was with General Patterson's army in Pennsylvania and Virginia. Maria. No. Aug. 1826. He was promoted Oct. She died in Indianapolis. C. a brother of Mrs. 10. John R. b. b. Watertown. b. 1841. married Elizabeth Waller. b. Hawkins. Dr. 1S06: m. Jan. Edward. Thomas S. Aug. 3. General Hawkins became commissary general of the United States army in 1S92. Ha-vkins. b. 1848. as Chief Commissary of Subsistence. John Parker Hawkins graduated in 1852 from the U. Nov. She was born Sept. IN AMERICA. 3. Nov. Gen. U. April 21. and died 1667. by operation of law. Uncles. They had seven children. and assigned to the infantry. He was engaged in the campaign of Mobile and also in the storming of Blakely. March 1826. John Parker. Indianapolis. married Jane Bethune Craig. and now reside at 1408 Pennsylvania street. England. 1846. Wilfotdj. d. with stafl' rank of captain. Henry K. the retirement from active service this day. 1831. D. and served on the Indian frontier. he was made brigade quartermaster of the defence of Washington. 1871. S. E. daughter of Sarah (Calas) Waller. 1830. 1829. Dr. May. They resided in the United States army until his retirement from service in 1892. 1837. and served upon the Indian frontier from that time till the outbreak of the late war. b. 49. b. 1825.\E. Miriam. Aug. 1863.: 138 THE JAMESONS b. the English poet. 1S28. She died in early life. March 3. m. 1S24. near Paris. iSco. Commissary General of Sub-istence and Brevet Major General. Washington. She died in early life. Hawkins's father. 1S36. 1S54. Ky. General Hawkins was graduated at the Military Academy in 1S52. b. 1836. Nov. is announced. was a descendant of Edmund Waller. Ind. War Department.. 1863. and April 13. Fanny. iSg4. July 9. Nancy. S. b. Mrs. was born in 1S70. on the staff of that general in both capacities. 26. 181S. John Parker Hawkins. Sept. Hawkins's mother was of French Huguenot descent. 18S2. was an immigrant to this country. 1889. From Aug. and was engaged in the battle of Shiloh and in the early operations at Vicksburg. 13. Hawkins died Oct. Mrs. Transferred to the West. and died the same year. September By direction of the President. Mrs. was made brigadier-general of volunteers. 1861. Henrietta Hoffman. in Beaconsfield. d. Appointed brigadier general in 1S63. ) > ) HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY. i. of Brigadier General John P. Mr. and Maria (Bethune) Craig. Dec. S. He died in earlv life. Military Academy. viz. Isaac N'. g. 179S. m. He was appointed. Mass. Cauley. 12. 1797.. Since then they have spent some time in foreign lands. 1S62. he served with the local rank of lieutenant colonel.iSq4. Ind. 1605. m. 11. to first lieutenant. General Orders. Sally. 26. and while with it received commendation for distinguished service. and later of the army commanded by General Grant. Louisa Craig. d.1863. d. 1864. commissary of subsistence. 1867 Jane Bethime Craig. under the provisions of the act of June 30. Ind. 1S2S. Corydon Kichinond. Washington. first of the 13th Corps. Jan. d. b. 184S. he succeeded to the command of a division the following year. m.. The following has been received from the War Department: sg. Va.

colonel. home. D.Subsistence with the rank of brigadier general in December.an able officer and gallant soldier.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. RUGGLES. Secretary of War. LAMONT.xico.. The travel en ciF is necessary for the public C(jMM.\Nn Major General Schokield. Alabama. major general. 1892. . Correct in all the relations of life. from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the British boundary to the frontier of IVIe. the honorswhich have come to him in his profession have been worthily bestowed. and of lieutenant colonel. DANIEL General Hawkins will repair to his S. GEO. Adjutant General. for gallant and meritorious services during the rebellion. . dignified and modest in deportment. he became Commissary General of . and also major general of volunteers.\fter long service whTch carried him to every portion of the country. brigadier general. of sterling character. received the brevets of major for gallant and meritorious services during the siege of Mobile.

whose descendants reside in Hannibal. \%<a. They had four children. . May 27. He died Indianapolis. Aukolas. and Mrs. IFd/iam Hawkins. Mo. . daughter of Col. III Emma. in Her husin Boone Co. m. Rekkrenci-s. 1S67. 1827. 1832. The}. m. married. Ky.... Aug. III Margaret Ann. 2. C.xington. Ya. Ind. res. d. D. 10. Phile. Willia. Dec. Sanders have descendants resident in Iowa City. b.. : Margaret McCarty. 14. d. S. Mrs. 1875. Aug. the younger son of John and Margaret (Jameson) Hawkins. Louis. 1S49. son of Thomas [737] Jameson. McCarty.. a son of the last marriage resides near Weston. the only surviving child. and resides in Portland. Their children were as d. 743.1869. Eliza T.x children. Ha\vl<ins. March 7. Feb. Mrs. Ore. J. and Mrs. John Cleves Short. viz.yrarsraret K. 26. Mo. ni. . 1834. Aug. 6. Md. and Mrs. Indianapolis. = Laura Lawhead. m. Mrs. . March i.vs. : si. 1803. Ky. 1854. She was born 1769 in Culpeper. Lewis Thompson. April 7. married Betsiy Bradford. Indianapolis. John Jameson. where they resided. . Elizabeth Jameson died Jan. Burkettand (Brown) Davenport. III. and died in Keithsburgh./'. Jennv (Hawkins) Ungles was born in Boone Co. v)z. 26.— //'////. IJetsey and Sophia Bradford were lineal descendants of Governor Bradford. {Thomas-. HI. 1S51. Colonel Jameson married "^Elizabeth Z)<7rr///fl/7. Nicholas McCarty. b. Mr. Vol. Phileviox Hawki. m. m. John C. b. General Hawkins removed in 1S99 from Wasliington. Henry McCarty and Margaret McCarty.. Parker have descendants resident in Indianapolis.h. and Frances The latter resides at 222 Pennsylvania St. Colonel Jameson died Nov. in infancy. Walter: Applctons American Bio«^ra}liy. follows: Susanna. 121. viz. . 20. 11. June 12. Thomas H.m Hawkins was born near Georgetown.. Ind. h. where she was They resided in Indianapolis and in Belleville. tlie second son of Tliomas J.vs was married three times. 2. Freeman. Hawkins. b. Their descendants reside in Marion and Ralls counties. Mo. died alMUt 1825. 1S73. in infancy. 25. his widow removed soon after her husband's death to Missouri. Margaret {Hawkins) McCartv was born band. was born Sept. d. 30.Vic/iolas May 17. 20c: Cnizersi/v 0/ LiteraXIX. of the Mayflower./« and Mary College Qiiarterlv. la. Ind. Kate. 1825.^Maude eampbell. and made his residence at 140S Pennsylvania street. p. St. was born in 1S40. and AIrs. '^Rachel Bg/rim. Mo.resided in Culpeper. Dec. m. Aug. Nancy Elston. 1810. 17S5.\Sy. was born in iSio in Baltimore.vs. res. Rev. April 9. No. m. Aug. Mo.. 1863. Elijah Hawki. in Attica.. Henry Day. John' Jameson Jam:s% THE children WERE: Two John CiiiMiRKN of the first marriage Hoth died 4. They had Mr. in Culpeper Co. Luaelia.vion Hawki. Moses Hawkins have descend. ture.ints resident near Palmyra. They had two children. ///. Gabriel Hawkins. July 7. Gayle. b. 1S73. 1 Victoria Herriman. d.ava descendants resident in Kokomo. Mrs. Mr. m. : 19.Seaton. i860. res. was born in 1751 in Virginia. Vol. 1829. Ind. Oct. b. his wife. and tlieir descendants reside in Le. m.. 5240 Delmar block. Ind. 1S70. d.. Mrs. anotlier son. Richmond h. Mr. Ind. daughter of John and Sarah (Fish) Berrim of New York. Kv. 14. Mr. 1S29. 7. 1871. KS36. and Cleves. She died in 1850 in Hannibal. Harrison. Ya. Major. Miss Mary Ruet Hawkins. Vol. married Sophia Bradford. where thev resided. b.Mo. 1S57. \'a. . C. Rachel Jameson died in Cuba. Ind. d. Sept.i40 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. m Keithsburgh.. [764]. Elsie (Lewis) Hawkins. 1795. Mrs. Mo. Jan. He married Feb.

promoted ALirch3i. Va. major 1st Continental a Virginia regiment of dragoons . . Woodford. " were raised in a minute. Dunmore was defeated with the loss of 100 men Woodford sustained no loss. Lieut. oldest college in the country. Williamsburg.. fought in a minute. ^^R BONx TBEM> on me Their savage. dated Sept. 3. The fl. Dec. He took command June 16. John Jameson was. He belonged to a distinguished Virginian estate.. in iSio. S. 1777. 1776. and Col. and received forty- One eight vote. except Harvard. Mary College. leading 300 Colonial soldiers. Va. 1775. Those armed with rifles. 4. I wrote Gener Arnold. . Senate. Mr. and vanquished in a minute. family. Col. He was appointed clerk of the court in Culpeper Co. captain of the Third Troop of Horse. While his course has been severely criticised in relation to sending Andr6 to Arnold. of her gallant Culpeper was distinguished early a leading spirit among those famous Culpeper minute in the War of the Revolution for the services ." Colonel Jameson acknowledged his mistake in a letter to Washington. 27. Colonel Jameson held this office of clerk of the court for thirty-eight years until his He inherited by will one half of Lieut." These were the first soldiers raised in Virginia. 1776. between Lord Dunniore's band of British and Tories.men U. while his competitors received respectively 17.. 17S0: " I am very sorry that ship being up the rive . "a very fine looking man. black hair. I did not think of a idsh he would come down oops m this quarter.nute-. near Dismal Swamp. who was governor of Vir- ginia from 1680 to 1683." . remarkably fair. as John Randolph said in the : m- ^ on Liberty men. David Jameson's death. 1692. 9. 2 votes. armed in a minute. S. being his uncle's favorite nephew. it is said. and were called by their enemies contemptuously. down to us of his personal appearance. Jameson was a graduate of William and in 1748 from Orange Co. as captain in of his competitors was Henry Lee. marched into Norfolk Co. by the Virginia Convention." The or Death " were in large letters their bosoms.ig used by the Culpeper men was inscribed as follows The head of the snake was for Virginia and the twelve rattles were for the other twelve states. He had six competitors for the position. six feet This is the description that has come tall. warlike appearance e.THE JAMESQNS IN VIRGINIA Memoranda. They wore in their hats buck tails. and named for Lord Culpeper. words " who. "The ShirtDEATH LIBERTY. This corps was dressed in green hunting shirts. 15. 150 of them. . ni e man he has since turned oul which case I should have held h ameson was doubtless men. with regard to 'The honesty of his purpose and the military propriety of his action there has never been any question. and in their belts tomahawks and scalping knives. Gov. Jameson was elected June 13.-mi. This county was formed Mr. blue eyes. and were engaged in the battle of Great Bridge..xcited the terror of the m- inhabitants as they marched through the country to Williamsburg. the It was chartered Feb. 9.

Jameson was a gdlant soldier. Jameson was in command of a regiment under Arnold. S. Philip Lightfoot Jameson [791] of Culpeper. The archives of the . Jameson was a man who had a high standing in Virginia. 1778. and was present at their meeting held Dec. but Brigadier-General John P. and transferred April I. late commissary-general of subsistence and brevet major-general of theU. great blame has been attached to for sending Andre and the papers to Arnold. was commissioned lieutenant-colonel 1779. Henry Lee was one of his competitors. IN AMERICA. Col. and some of his men captured Andr^ near Tarrytown. about the time that Arnold made his escape to the British fleet. Hawkins.mesu. and he has been severely blamed by historians for what he did in relation to the capture of AndriS.142 THE JAMESONS 7. Gen. Rachel Jameson's mother. the grandson and only surviving descendant of Col. Col. in Rich- promotion soon mond. 1777. in \'irginia. Jameson Col. He was a member of thesame Masonic Lodge in Ale. 2t. but as a good military man he was faithful to his commanding officer. was of the same family as Hon. and was naturally not suspicious of his conduct. I quently have been transferred with increased r mk to the Continental line. Mrs. confirmed as it is by the fact that Col. John Ja. Jameson's conduct in the of Andri5 ought to cormistake of the histoas the judgment of a distinguished military man." Mrs. Hamilton Fish. Jameson was advanced in the line of military affair rect the rian.. Sarah (Fish) Berrim. and that like a true soldie he had no thought of calling in question the act of his commanding officer. to the amount of $25. He " writes I : do not think that history has treated Jameson justly. near Valley Forge. John Jameson. Hawkins restates what he had before written under date of June 25. John Jameson was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. " Col. 1751-1S10. wounded Aug. to found Wasliington College. writes. 13. : " But it seems to me that Jameson showed c nly that he was not suspicious of Arnold. He was Jan." And he continues.000." Gen." him . when it was voted appropriate some of their funds. to 2d Continental Dragoons. 1S02. his commanding officer. after this occurrence. and served to the close of the war. both before and He must have shown himself t be a good soldier or he would not subseafter the war. whom he doubtl :ss thought within his rights. 1900.xandria as Washington. " I am quite sure he was a graduate of William and Mary College.n. Major Jameson of Virginia referred to freely in the Journal of Sally H'lsler was doubtless later Col. army. writes under date of 1897 Dragoons.'\merican Revolution give the vote by which he was elected to the captaincy in the cavalry company. to \'a. Hawkins's estimate of Col.

mas Jameson. " a man of handsome face. Jameson.'^ James'^)." Ancient Record. and elegant apparel. V/." He inherbuckles.. American Archives. ited one fourth part of the large estate of his uncle. 1852. Va. 1792. 414. Va. David Jameson of Port Royal. Va.. by William Abbatt. died in infancy. has a distinct remembrance of him. ijy: Virginia Homes. I. IX.X. Lieut. Va. daughter of Charles Mennis dec"'' and Mary his wife.p. Virginia Historical Collections. and his cousin. p. [768]. David Jameson. Vol. b. sjj. Memoranda. Gov. He died at the age of thirty-eight years. now living in Boston. pp. lygy. 1839. descended to Mary Mennis now Mary Jameson and Frances. j/. 1791 he was a delegate to the Virginia legislature. I rejoice in their freedom. Susan Ann Day."' " He was also an officer in the Revolution and did great service in the Virginia militia. 16 Jan. and served in the southern states in Stevens' brigade in 1780. 2. Security. The elegant farms surrounding historic old Culpeper numerous slaves had to be supported until the Rebellion. In 1790. inherited one half. and died at the age of thirty-eight years. Va. Vol.N WERE: Thcimas Daviii [765]. dressing in the English style. III. m. David' Jameson was born Aug. 1775. and was after1781. William and Mary jy. never recovered by his friends.p. His father gave him a valuDr. in Virginia. Jameson was a Revolutionary soldier. knee. David Jameson of Yorktown. Dec. Jameson THE CHILDRE. " Marriage bond of David Jameson jr to Mary Mennis. — : the eldest son and heir of Callowhill Mennis. Vol. daughter of Charles and resided in Culpeper.. 200.and shoeClothing as well as furniture imported from London. was a lawyer. But as the granddaughter writes : " All of which was nearly squandered at his death at the age of forty-seven years. p. in York Court. They Jameson died Oct. V. lyyj-iyS^. 1S24. " He fought in the battle of Great Bridge. daughters and co-heirs of Charles Mennis decea"!. 1752. He died at the age of twenty-eight years. silk hose. 1792— Witness /'. Caroline Co. as he seemed to her in her girlhood.. 240: Pennsylvania Magazine. VIII. the oldest son. Vol.i. Vol. 2.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. 19. Vol.ij6j. The Churches and Parishes of Virginia. Ky. John Jameson. 9. suitably inscribed. He married. fine physique. leaving his wife a were widow with nine children. who was sacrificed. They were well cared for and many of them parted tearfully. pp. [766]. son of Thomas [737] Jameson. p. while his older brotlier. leaving George Washington Jameson sole heir to inherit his father's wealth." A He was linown as Col. {Thomas. inherited the other one fourth of the same estate.uwhii. David Jameson Dated. Mrs. 1805. g2. Mary Mennis.. 744. — Howe's No. pp. p. p. College Quarterly. to which he removed. yS. Fourl/i Series. He [767]. Col. A his marks the grave of Col. Ack. granddaughter. References.pp. 232. while the youngest son died in infancy. England. J24. most of the race are making independent fortunes and doing much better than some of the whites. knee pants." " David Jameson of Culpeper and Mary his wife sell 100 acres. Col. Tho. Heitman's Historical Register of the Officers of the Continental Army. tomb of Stone. ward a magistrate and high sheriff" of Culpeper Co. J.k Washington Cai. ^2j. Mary Mennis. the second son. d. After his death his property was married. died in 1807. Jameson was never able farm near Bowling Green. Mr. June. Mennis. sjS. Jan." . Gkor(. She was born in 1777. jjThe Crisis of the Revolution. jj-.. was a physician. jgy-jgg . died at the age of twenty-eight years. Vol.i. spinster. ^2. \'a. farm two miles north of Culpeper.

to the close of the war. of which John was the clerk. slill added to his fame. were posted for duty at the Great Ridge. then commanded by I'. Gerardin. David Jameson. Following this victory they moved into Norfolk. under the command of Colonel Stevens and Major Marshall. 1775. and fought with distinguished courage and signal success that first battle with the enemy. and which he learned from the pure and classic pages of this his accomplished model. at daybreak. of whose . and devoting a large pait of his leisure to select reading of the best English authors. the abode of Dunmore and the theatre of executive outrage. Col. with the monitory motto. John. united with those from Fauquier and Orange counties. breathing independence of all usurped authority and defiance to all its actors. however. News of this act of executive usurpation reached Culpeper county. in full march to the seat of government. on the second day of October. frequently out with the militia. The next military movement in the colony was the assemblage and march of the Culpeper minute battalion. They did not.) the county of Culpeper. S8lh year of his age. John Jameson. Saturday." These actions were demonstrations of voluntary valor and patriotism.At the head of his hardy. early in the morning of the 27th of April. Colonel Jameson devoted himself to agricultural pursuits.. and in the years 17. He was. a distance of forty miles. and compelled them to retire with slaughter and dismay to the protection of their wooden walls. though without the aid and discipline of early education.American spirit which at that early period stood up in the stead of an organic and established government. writing under the eye of Jefferson and with free access to his full and faithful documents. and abettors. late speaker of the general assenibly. and in which they were assured that further military pursuit for satisfaction would thwart and frustrate a pacific negotiation then in progress with the royal governor. discharging with faithful ability the useful functions of county magistrate. on the evening of the 25th day of April of that )ear. the In this battle the courage of 9th of December. The independent companies acted voluntarily. indefatigable. the late Mann Page of Mansfield. and irresistible band he rushed with the rapidity of lightning to the water side. the bloody fight at the water's edge on the morning of the ist of January. and the aiders. conducted by that . This address bore date. carrying dismay to the enemy. to make reprisal for this wrong. 170 miles distant from the theatre of the outrage. though one hundred miles more removed from the scene of action. (Obituary. " Don't tread on me " At Fredericksburg they found others assembled by the perils of the times and the anxiety which the pervading alarm had awakened. but organized by the committee of safety for the county. After the war terminated. and both were chosen Died. at his residence in Col. that good and chaste English which Addison wrote. struck a large party of British who had just landed there. 1775. were again in this heroic band. He was himself. David Jameson and his brother.S0 and 1781 performed an eighteen months' tour in the southern states in the capacity of lieutenant in the brigade of Stevens. An accomplished historian. at that period governor of the colony. in September. David Jameson and that of his brother was conspicuous. is memorable in the revolutionary annals of Virginia by the seizure of the gunpowder in Williamsburg by Lord Dunmore. The eventful times through which he lived and the part he acted in some of the occurof those times make it an act of justice to notice them in this obituary memoir. rences The 30th of . David Jameson.144 'HE JAMESONS I. oflicers Jameson was one. and to him was entrusted the duty of standard bearer of that celelrated flag bearing as its emblem the rattlesnake in his coil. and fought. Colonel Jamcon removed to-thatpart of the commonwealth that was distinguished by the Thomas : .dward Stevens and John Green. received a distinguished command with its accessions by promotion They could not both leave the county. says of this affair " The intrepid Stevens. however.-Kpril. were on the heights of Fredericksburg. 1839. What followed was under the system that necessity created and molded into form and gave to it the sanction of enacted law. a chaste and accurate writer of good English. return to their homes until they uttered a noble and fierce address to their countrymen. In the military forces raised by act of assembly or ordinance of convention the elder brother. Early in December a part of this force.April. the 29th of . in the ! to command in that battalion. and David Jameson remained to perform these more peaceful and equally useful duties.borne to them by the estimable and enlightened burgess from Spotsylvania. Published iSjg. 1776. when Fordjce fell and Leslie was wounded. In these companies David Jameson. Va. and they were particularly influenced by the letter of Peyton Randolph. under the intrepid Stevens. then a young man. movement of these firm and fearless men. 1775.N' AMERICA. They were then dissuaded from further pursuit of Dunmore by the councils of an assembly of many of the most wise and patriotic of the colony. was an officer. was six days in advance of that made on the 2d day of May by Patrick Henry and his gallant associates. near Norfolk.

Essex Co. m.trv ColThe Sentinel Demo. he leaves at his death a reputation without a blemish. Vol.- THE CHILDREN WERE: Thom. Mary. steady. p. moved about 17S5 to Georgia. Large as these duties are to the county magistrate. he returned to that state of indifference to political events which for a time he left. which the memory will hold in just and grateful recollection. lege Quarterly. m.xecution of the trust which he had assumed. the ornament.xtent. va. Dec. 1761. and defeated in this. intending to complete his medical education in Edinboro.vs. ///. Meriwether was a student in William and Mary College. both in the service itself and in the example it has left. 31. In the years 1790 and 1791 Colonel Jameson was a delegate for the county of Culpeper to the legislature of Virginia. He removed about 1785 to Georgia. m. He acted a manly and efficient part in those contests. Faithful to the duties of a Christian and a magistrate. Mildred. Lucy. son of Nicholas Meriwether who died in England or Wales. 11/. When he abandoned political life he still continued in that active sphere of useful labors which lay before him in the office of justice of the peace in the county and the court to which these labors appertain. Rebecca Mathe-^vs. Martha ' Jame. Vol. where While he was greatly esteemed by reason of his life of benevolence and usefulness. Dr. Meriwether died in 18 iS. giving to Mr. Groz'er ffoivard. and approved the selection of his county by a wise. /. 167S. Nancy. m. 1737. Madison in the popular controversies an aid so marked as to call forth the acknowledgments of that virtuous. was born June 13. and sagacious statesman. Barbara Minor Crosby. K'y.— . But so great was his disappointment in the measures of that illustrious man when raised to power that he seemed for a while more than anxious for his removal.. and blending in their execution legislative and judicial powers to some e. increased by the results of disappointment and despondency. son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Thornton) He was born Oct.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. Memoranda. 200. and the support of its wide and salutary administration. Sterling. Mary Je Gamfert. Nicholas Meriwether. 1 45 sharpest conflicts in the ratification of the present constitution o£ the United States. Ml. came with two brothers. Sarah. and the ability. and dignity which marked his service in office leaves a benefaction to the community. of English or Welsh descent. rat. John Bradley. He was a good soldier in war and a good citizen in peace. b. D. Elizabeth. Jamcs^). She married Francis Meriwether. in Liberty Hall. He then studied medicine. From this state he was aroused by the interest he felt and took in the first election of General Jackson to the chief magistracy. m. he administered justice and rendered judgment in that clear and firm and benignant spirit of mercy and of law which is the guard.SOIl {. 400.yanu-s. and in that service he illustrated his own merits. and particularly when the county courts are judges in the last resort. IVilliam and J/. Francis and David Meriwether.. iSg2. Va. Mr. Mrs. just. In all criminal trials. IVilliam Mathews. m Williant Glenn. 746. 19. daughter of James [738] and Mary (Gaines) Jameson. Va. Meriwether was . in Louisa Co. William Barnett. April 22.-////i'/'r'H'j Amn-icaii Bioirnif/n'. Colonel and Mrs. James Olive. They reMeriwether. and able e. fidelity. Marcaret. Nicholas. The latter years of his life were distinguished by an apathy of spirit that was not congenial with the anxieties of his constitutional intensity and ardor. Dec. Jameson peper. Colonel Jameson had by continuous service as a magistrate twice reached the office of high sheriff of his county. to America at an early day. m.. the subject of this sketch was universally acknowledged to be one of the most etticient magistrates in Virginia. No. Va. Valentine. m. Joel Barnett. but the war between England and France prevented. Mr. 29. 1743. His great-grandfather. m. lie buried side by side on liis old homestead in Cul- Rkfkrhn-ces.

viz. Mary. m. He was an The cotton he raised was of superior industrious and successful Southern planter. 6g. E. and Essays of Public Characters. Elizabeth (Thornton) Meriwether. and a brother of Mrs.\ children. Susan Hazzard. as second wife of Col. 6S. Thomas Meriwether. They resided in Yorktown. m. Frances. who married Charles Washington. and Indian Princess Pocahontas. Martha (Dandridge) Custis Charles. Micholas. who married Mildred's eldest sister. whose (irst wife was Catherine Washington. Samuel. m. pp. He was an ofiicer under Marquis de Lafayette. iMr. . viz. /jy. not professionally a practising physician. and for some years a member of the 12th and 15th conHe was a cousin. Jameson died Jan. /jS~/63.was the second wife of Joel Barnett. Anne. Crawford of Georgia. as was also Joel Barnett. He lived to be ninety years of age. William Barnett was appointed a member of the commission of 1S15 to They had si. iMary Rohinson. where he became a prominent citizen. Sarah Burgin Charles L. married Col. and a third son. Mrs. George Washington. Francis Meriwether Gilmer. son of He was born in Rockfish. m. children. m. a brother of Gen. Va. Mk. She was born 1749. 747. Co. Nicholas Meriwether resided in Montgomery.'. Their eldest daughter. 1767. son of James [73S] and Mary (Gaines) Jameson. married William Barnett. Jameson died in 1771. m. Thomas Meriwether. He was a brother of William Barnett. Mathews. m. They had six . married Rebecca Mathews. who married Mary De Gampert. giving his money freely for medicines. Va. a descendant of the The other children were. . Matilda Baldwin. He married. Sl'etches Refkren'cks. ni. There were four other daughters of Francis and Martha (Jameson) Meriwether. m. William H. the eldest daughter. daughter of Governor Mathews of Georgia. m. and cousin of Hon. Crawford. 1745. They had four children. woman. Meriwether's mother. Thomas and Edith (Tyler) Robinson. and went in early life with his parents to Georgia. Thomas Meriwether. 1 Jane Campe. Nicholas. Fleming Jordan. . 1770. Margaret Micon Nathaniel. m. m. m. a cousin to his second wife. Belly.. \n.. Lucy Barnett /v-(7///t'. and was worth $150. m. Gilmer's No. was a sister to Mildred Thornton.: George. : George M. Mildred Thornton. Fannie Baldwin. in Liberty Hall. Washington had live children. establish the boundaries of the Creek Indian Reservation. Frank.. ni. George Elbert. Sophia Taliaferro. /0S-//0. Clara Baldwin. m. Hudson. viz. >IiLDRED Meriwether.ssex Co.yamcs'^). George. of the disgresses of the United States. She was a woman of admirable virtues. David Taliaferro Lucy. Fitzpatrick. Mrs. Thomas' Jailieson (James. Charles Lewis. William H. Fielding Lewis. They had five daughters and two sons. quality and commanded in the market a half cent the pound liigher than other cotton. — 7. Bettv Washington. Mary Meriwether.w/fj 5. Thomas. F.: Martha 'Jameson. near Nelson Nathaniel and Susannah (Crawford) Barnett. Nicholas Marks.146 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Meriwether's eldest son.. The Meriwethers. Hon. Valentine Meriwether.000. m. Ala. Marv Meriwether.. he did a great deal for the sick. president of the state senate of Georgia. his first wife being Elizabeth Crawford. daughter of Rev.\ Samuel B. and devoting liis time in attendance upon the suffering without charge. William. Geo. Va. Mrs. Sophia 7c. He was a famous soldier and partisan in the struggle for independence. . Mr. Augustus AND Mary (^<z//) . married Barbara Minor Crosby. and Mrs.. 9. tinguished statesman. m. m. David. was born July 17. Mrs. Arihlred. second son of Francis and Martha (Jameson) Meriwether. 7/. Mr. Elizaheth Meriwether married William Mathews. Mary Gaines. a son of Governor Mathews She was a most excellent of Georgia. They had five children: Annie. Isaac Ross. -Mildred Gregory.

Robinson's parents were John and Elizabeth Tyler. Acknowledged Feb. May 23. depart from same. Jameson's death. Jameson died very soon after her husband. THE CHILDREN WERE: Dorothea G. "Editha Robinson's estate in account with Reuben M. senate to consider her case and increase her pension. and a great-grand-nephew of Mrs. 1S18. Preston. went to England and brought them back to America. There is this record . 1841-1845. Iowa. 1848.meson was as follows: a merchant and died at an early age. Memoranda. Garnett Adm' appointed Adm' 16 Nov. Mr. . Geori-. and commissary in the William and Mary College. Tucker. April iS. John Tyler.." Lyon Gardner Tvler. 1771 The two surviving children. 3. and took tlie children with her. Mrs. should be living on a bare pension of eight dollars a month as her only income. John Tyler's son was lution. She had a sister. 19. at the age of eighty years." is still e. 1769. James A. 1771-" Lewis Tyler was her nephew and a brother of President Tyler. 1792. Oct. m. Seniple (Letitia Tyler). It is a pathetic fact that. and with the names Then lower down is of Thomas Robinson and Edith T. Ayers son of Samuel Ayers dec'i. went to live with their grandRev. John Tyler. D. R. that it may be equal to her personal necessities. is a son of the late President of the United States. Lyons as Admin"' of John Robinson dec'i. Hriggs dec^'i. Williamsburg. Robinson.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. Mrs. July Thomas Rokinsox [770]. a daughter of President John Tyler. The event was announced "Thomas Jameson. children. Robinson. the mother of Mrs. Thomas Robinson. Williamsburg. but does not give their names. Rev. Mrs. 1805. upon their mother's death. And she sends a touching appeal to the U. Charles M. Hon.\tant in in England. William Preston. d. the wife of Thomas Jameson [747]. 19. . and administered by Edmund L. b. Va. Jameson mentions in her will her mother. b. 1792. No. There is still preserved a family cross of hair. written Mary Robinson Jameson. 1-6S. ter of the grammar school and professor of Latin. Her will was proved Aug. Annie B. and in 1888 became president of William and Mary College. S. Ja. Distributes the debt obtained from Dr. Edith (Tyler) Robinson. but intending shortly to ig. 509 South Main St. m.He was born August. who married Rev. C. Mentions Dr. Va. 1770. . JAiry Sumiu-/. another professor in the college. was masmother. in 1898. Mary Tyler. Robinson written together. 14. the possession of her grandson.. died in infancy. went to England about the time of Mrs. Edith (Tyler) Robinson was a daughter of John Tyler. When about nineteen years old the daughter Dorothea wrote a letter to her grandmother Robinson. dated " rirg/w'a. Editha Robinson. of James City Co. on the estate of E. 1878. 1787. in Charles City Co. Mrs. it is thouglit. merchant of Yorktown. was marshal of the Vice-Admiralty court. Caroline. LL. and they were for a time in his family. an inmate of the Louise Home." Mrs. His son. her brother. graduated in 1875 from the University of Virginia married Nov. 1771." and performed them to the satisfaction of all. of James City Co. an uncle of the two children. who was still This letter. 1771. Judge John Tyler. and still lower down Mary Jameson Ayres.. England. Keokuk. It is thought that David Jameson.. who on the death of her mother assumed the duties of the " Lady of the White House. He 27. an old ladies' home in Washington.e [771]. died January. was speaker of the house of delegates of Virginia during the Revoand Gov. d. Va. Greek. [769]. President of William and Mary College. David Jameson Ayres. is now a minister in Warcop. b. Yorkshire. and speaks of her Will proved Aug. Mrs. 1S53. Mary (Robinson) Jameson. D. Their great-grandson.. \'a. Sumiie/ Aym. Va. Jameson's father. : " Power of . .Vtty from Editha Robinson now in Colony of Virginia. to Lewis Tyler. 1 77 1. and governor of Virginia from 1808 to 1 811 president of the United States. Mrs. Mrs.

pp. Philadelphia Harrison. . 1799. 1794.'^John Samuel. daughter of James and Sally (Fauntleroyi Gray. [773]. April 10. m. 32^. June 15. Jan. KccorJs of and Mary College Quartet ly. Vort Co. Dec. m. Sally F. ijj. b. 15. 31.•\pphia Gray [772]. b. James Gray [775]. 1S22. i. She was born Feb. Va. 1792. Churches anil Farishes of Virginia.xington. Nov. of Virginia. b. He married April 25. Jov. 324. 1763. VIII.. Caroline Co. No.. 1797. May 12. iSgS. 30. 1796. 17S5. Va. 20. 750.x' Co. 1692 IVilliiiin Rekkre. Jan. ij-jo. Va. 16. Jan. 8. Vol.e Yeiser. 4. Mary [776]. 1810. Evening Transcript. 17S3. 1817. Vol. 22. in Port Royal. Va. Nc 25. The Boston Vol. d. Vol. Eliza Coleman. m. 2j3. 1817. d. in Essex Co. Mr. 11. [an. m. 1789. d. Gatewood. 11. JJ/. p. March Homes Frolnile Court. III. Letters and Times of the Tylers. DoRDTiiY . 9.AvEKs [777]. Va. July 29. pp. Til. Feb. 1757. 3. July 18. b. Ky. She died in early life. Dec. Chartered Feb. /. b. b. 1787. THE CHILDREN WERE: .HE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. [779]. They resided in Port Royal. Esse. MiLDREii Smith [774]. She died in early life. /. Mrs. m.MAS [780] b. Geors. in Liberty Hall. 30. 1849. b. Jameson died Nov. b.. Feb.. JiiHN Dayiii [778J. Jameson died in 1812 in Le. . m.— r/r^/«. David' JaineSOIl {James:.nxES. 1S19. -John Clark. Thomas Clark. Marcaret \V. 1782. 1812. m. William and Mary College. Sally Gray.<! Gazette. 183. 2og. Feb. d. Caroline Co.Jamcs\ son of James [738] and Mary (Gaines) Jameson. 1804. Sept. 140. Mr. was born Oct.. 29.

Caroline 25 Oct. tho am informed it is good. Dolly my wife joins me in love & hoping once more to see you adieu. it serves to inform you that we have had a very sick family this fall. now will amt. has the original a copy. are owing him the amt. In his later life probated in 1S12. I flatter myself I shall have matters so aranged as to permit my coming to your state health. he has given half of his estate tc " & the other half to David Jameson of Culpeper and myself. Ayres. I do flatter myself you & my Dear niece are now enjoying that great & inestimable blessing of health. Jno Samuel or sooner if a safe hand offers. This money you are sure of.xtant Dr tho. the reason for now sending the power is that I shall write you by the post & by sending the power inclosed will cost a good deal more. Taylor at Fredericksburg and to imform you of my family's I have been in long exp" of getting a letter from you. if he does not apply for it & no other can without his giving a power & that you me be assured he never will as he expects you to have a part. -Gov. Samuel letter. I was in great hopes of sending you the Bal. Sally has sent out in the case of Garnett some dryed May cherries & a few Damsons. Mrs. I wrote you a few lines by Mr. as also your family. of T. this money Tommy was informed of by my Uncle & I think it very strange he did not inform his sister or yourself of it. but I hope you have rec'' have got disappointed have not rec"' a scrib of a pen since the letter by Mr. T)'^ Jamkson.: THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. 1900. Mr. I find on my Uncle's Books £20 old pounds sterling wh. of Yorl<town. at present I am hardly able to keep out of my Bead. She resides. is a granddaughter of Samuel Ayres. Jr. the sum I hope with interest is not less than ^{^600 & the pay of money from Judge Tyler. as also from the Honb". I haye inclosed you a power of attorney to act and do for me relative to some lands wh information I will give you more fully on my return from York. Joel Noel.. but to no purpose. Tommy has not got nor never will. The money from the speaker Robinson Est. I flatter myself it will be in my power to give you a pleasing ace' of the money one from the Speaker Robinson's est. I shall able to attend his sale as I am one of the ad™' & his having no ex'' to his You may be assured I shall come to the State of Kentucky/iext fall with God to spare my life if nothing turns up more than I now expect wi^ John Hoomes next spring to prepare a placeto move to next fall. May 13. of his Bond due you.xpect some this fall. I do know W™. as there is hope of geting it all. Miller & Co. to with Interest & Exchange to your part to ^20 current money. Kentucky. discount for the amt. are all in health at present but myself who never will do not expect ever to enjoy that great Blessing again. 1795. I hope that you will not neglect to write me by every opportunity as you may rely that it will at all times give us pleasure to hear from you. of which the above Chattanooga. Sir: This will be handed to you (by) Mr John Broadono.Jno Tyler's by the Fall. I have neglected to inform you of the death of our poor old Uncle Jameson. . 1 49 Memoranda. His will David was letters are still e. The following autograph removed to Kentucky. St. at \o. tho hope & flatter myself you and my Dear Niece are. The first day of November is the day the Bond becomes due & as the distance we are apart think 10 days would make very little difference to any man that would wish to pay a debt. 1793. Dear Samuel. Apphia has sent Dolly flower seeds cSc roots & I have sent you a few cions of good fruit & some shrubs w'^ be sure to have set out as I may git from them when I come out. Jameson's Money tho have fallen thro this much I will assure you I will send it by Mr. Martha Avres Bowen. Tenn. I shall conclude with desiring you to give my love to my dear niece & be assured I am Dr Samuel Your affte friend — " ' — 1 To Mr. Jameson. I offered him ten per ct. Jr. 605 Chestnut Caroline. of the Bond & would pay it if he would give me an order for it. has not as yet been paid. I am truly sorry to inform you that I cannot get any money for you & you have every reason to e. fs strange indeed. he has made " a very diff"^ will to what I did expect. Tommy for his own part appears rather inclined not to pay any on his own part supposing it best to keep it to pay your proportion of my mother's support wh. In a most respect'ul manner to you & Dr. w'' this fall if health will permit. Lieut. without being urged to it. Your affte frieiiJ We & D"! Jameson. Va. Jameson received a fourth part of the estate of lie liis uncle.

Mrs. C. 1776. 17S2.gi. Hall. 1S29. 1S99. 1833. John Bro-. 23. daughter of Enoch and She was born May 26. David Jones. p. a grandson of Samuel Ayres. Thomas'' Jameson Ty/wwj-.x Co. 11. Va. 1814. Anne's Parish. Walker Bourne. m. Axn . 1760. 28. iS. She married. Mrs. Dec. H. | THE CHILDREN WERE: James Jameson. Oct. No. July 21. 9. 1786. Fanny [784I. 1839. April 28. Jameson died. 1S93. 200. 1819.. — William and Mary College No. Amaicus. Hazelrigg: . b. [786]. Rev. 1S22. 1787. b.. John Jameson. Quarterly. d. Vol. 1794. 1792. 1S42. William Avres. 23. Garnett died Aug. in Drysdale Parish. Va. Sterling. MiLLY. 24. David Jameson Ayres. d. He died in childhood. Memoranda. 22. the sons were named. Me. Dr. April 21.Mrs. Caroline Co. April 21. Ky. Ky. m. ni.\mkk1ia [788]. iSgi: f. 1837.. m. Nov. is a copy. son of John and Mary Fogg) Garnett.' 2^4. Nancy (Lane) Smith. Ky. Pamela I'. d. Garnett. 751. b.un. Betsey Jamesijn. Ill.. D. was born in 17S3 near Mount Sterling. and a cousin to her son's wife. Isaac Wallin. b. Henry Smith Lane. b. 179S. [785]. May 3. J>)HN Mil ion [783]. Sarah Badger. Dec. cS. who married the youngest daughter of Reuben and Mary (Jameson) Garnett. Ann Afptiia Fauntleroy Cray. his son. was born March 2. m. Oct. is a professor in the University of Maine. They resided in " Liberty Mr. b. 8. Jiilv. 1807. Orono..p. Dec. b. Wii LEY B. Thomas Clark Esq. iS. Mary'' Jameson {James? James\ daughter of James [738] and Mary (Gaines) Jameson. Garnett. d. b. and grandson of Reuben and F'a. Garnett died April 18. Va. [774] had si. Oct.milv The Mary (Jameson) Garnett. 1820.\NNA. Sept. 13. Reuben Meriwether. March iS. Dec." St. 21. who resides. Dec. 1872. Vol. 6. MuscoE. b. 1775. in Esse. 1S18. m.^ Anna Maria PendUton: m. Garnett Ryland. m. July. 27. 1779. Va. attorney-at-law.. 1S29. b. 1S27. Makv [787].. has the He resides in Louisville. [769]. He was born Oct. 1 Carter Wood. Sus. was the son of Samuel and Dorothea Graham (Jameson) Ayres Mrs. 1784. Feb. resided near Mt. 26. 1S47. Ayres was a niece of Mrs. V. JuiHTii Hah. Vol. 1794. May i. b" Dec. \'&\z. They Mrs. 1850. Nov.150 THE JAMESON'S IN AMERICA.wiD Jameson. 6. Jan. She died Maria Thornton.yames^\. 1S07. four of Ed-a-'in. m. "Lucy Ann Hutchinson. Montgomery Co. son of Reuben Meriwether Garnett. Reuben Ganicit. Bible of Reuben and Mary (Jameson) Garnett is in the keeping of John M. nee Belfield. Jan. Va. [782]. 22. She died in 1832. VIII. Feb. . m. m.. m. -John Jones. m. Virginia Historical Magazine. 754. John. in childhood. He married Sarah Smith. in Indian Neck. d. 24." Tlwmas:. b. 1816. Jameson died Dec. Montgomery Co. In this old family Bible are found the above dates of family record. tte died in earlv manhood. Jan. and References. Essex Co. ( THE CHILDREN WERE: Nancy [781]. m. 24. where Mr. son of Thomas [741] and Judith Ball (Hackley) Jameson. Feb. 27. 1794. m. 1789. in Bath Co. Thomas Jameson. James.x sons and five daughters. and resides in Richmond. 1777. Rvland married a daughter of John M. d. March 2. Eliza Pendleton. m. b. original letter of which the above Mr. Dec. 1749. Lucy Carter. 8.. >//« Williams. David Jameson Ayres. Harvey G. Garnett. Ky.

was born Dec. Phu. 1S64. 30.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. giving a good idea of the style of architecture ninety years ago. 767. She was a descendant on her mother's side of James Jameson [736]. Sept. one of the Virginia commissioners who ran the boundary line between Virginia and Ky.xty miles southeast of Frankin Kentucky was It is said that the largest crop of tobacco ever raised Jameson land. Jameson erected a brick house. Oscar F. He married Aug. h. pp. son^ of Colonel_ John [743] and Elizabeth (Davenport) Jameson. March 15. 1750. . ^"d in 1776 His raised the first crop ot corn every raised by a white man in Montgomery Co. June 10. Eli/. was born April 9. and Estill was defeated. ' Va. I. where they resided. daughter of William and Elizabeth (Corbin) Major. He was an ancestor of Andrew Jackson Donelson and Daniel Smith Donelson of Tennessee. 1843. 2. igg. 187 i. for the Union. daughter of Lloyd and Elizabeth (Jameson) Thompson [760]. 11. 1S36. fought. His Rk -milia Q. Angeline L. 200. 1S74.. aljout a mile soutli of where his father hved and in full view of the field on his father's farm where a battle was In this house Mr. George Washington* Jameson {David-' Thomas. Mrs. 187 i. a kinswoman of Mrs. a single Indian mound. He I. Nancy Belfield.' He died in childhood. William Lane. Jameson died Sept. 1S56.^ Thomas. just outside of Mt. Memoranda. JiilIN \VlLI. Enoch Smith. Lane [785]. Jameson's father. 1855. grown on fort. 1S34.ii' Lir. Va. Lane of Brainbridge. Jameson's mother. was a very rich man. pied. 1867.HTFoiir [791]. THE CHILDREN WERE : died April 20. John Jameson {Jo/a/. Ill.U7 crh'. Henry S. patent began on " the top of a little mountain. Clav [793]. in Montgomery Co. and it is still occupied by the family.Jama'). Jameson's house and that of his father overlooked the Hinkston creek. born June 20. Sept. Culpeper. (Thompson) Lane. June 2. Porley. in 1S09. in Afrs. March 22.. Eliza Thatcher Corbiii Major. Jameson died. which is now occuMr. b. S26. Mary (Ball) Washington.. Mr. also a lineal descendant of Judith Ball. 1S25. ]\Ir. is a nephew of Hon. Mr. and later was United Slates senator from Tennessee. 19. Sterling. The old mantels are unchanged. CiiRiux D. m. Ja.IAN[ [789]. prior to the War No.. li 30. He built a brick house. Smith was a brother of Hon. [792]. 205- No.David [744] and Mary (Mennis) Jameson. Mrs.mith. Mr. Daniel Smith. m. this Enoch North Carolina. Jo/iii y." on the present site of Mt. 4. Enoch Smith was ason of Henry and Sarah (Crosby) Smith. S. and second. Sterling is near the source of that stream and about si. mother.. 15. and was a very successful farmer. Mt. b. June 9. 17S2. 338. d. Jameson died Aug. was born in yames^).mesox.. She was born Dec. He was killed in battle. Jameson's father. Thompson. 27. 764. 1803. Sterling. son of 1805 in CedarGrove. Aug. had land cleared in 1775. in Staftbrd Co. Clumpe S. Va. he died in the same house in which he was born and had always lived.a Frances [790]. 13. She married first. Ky. Sept. b. 1803. owning a At the age of sixty-nine years large landed estate. b. Ind. Oct. Mrs. date unknown. 1818. in Culpeper. Hknrv 1 Memoranda. and had several children. Vol. was born about 1750. Sept.

Adams.S29 m. Jajieson was a man of substantial character. Avres died Sept. Thornton Garnelt. iSoi. THE CHILDREN WERE : Makv Eiiii. son of William Ayres. Dorothla . He died in infancy. March. iSii Mildred Roper Shoiise. [795]. WASiuNr. Feb. Mr. 1768. William Hirton. Henry Clay Bnrimvs. Culpeper Co. Va. Nov. and these valuable papers.I/a. 3.. Dorothea Graham ' Jameson (T/iomasyjames. in Ale. March 19. 2. Feb. For many years lie was a justice of the peace. By occupation a farmer.iiorth. 769. b. d. He died in Culpeper.\. b.TiiN [799]. April iS. where he died. 17. 1S57. Mr. became insane. Nov. b. Thom \'i [796]. 1796. 171J2. \8y-. 1847. the money was not recovered. Cox. Esq. Susan E. 1795. . i. They resided in Lexington and in Danville. 12. Buki. Tinner: m. 1S32.xington. He was born in 1767 in Danville. i. m. Dec. 24. LiLLiK [802]. Dec. Mo.'\n'HlA Jamkson. 29. "'• 1822. Mo.lhwhill Aug. Dr.. b. 1848. 1840. April. Nov. 1S82. Gratz is of the firm i\L Gratz & Sons. 1867. TS84. 1S5S. Va. Feb. Martha Thorp. 1896. m. She married Oct. is A Mo.the old homestead dwelling but fortv-seven years of age.. Jan. William Cai. Oct. 1851. d. 1S03. d. m. 19. He married Jan. Tenn. 1S70.[794].n. b Oct. Lexington. b. Mr. . b. 1793. 1842. The son resides in St. b. Te. Daviii [797]. i. 1882.152 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Va. Dr. m. daughter of Thomas and Elice (Duval) Day.iMia. b. Jan. b. Kv.John Uollings-. d. b. with many others. 1S52. in 1SS4. Va. Gkiiki'./. June 10. May May Edmund Thomas K. 1900. Aug. d. m.e b. 1S25. Feb. Nov.. 27. b. 20. 1S24. 18S7. 14. Hollingsworth: d. No. Ayres died THE CHILDREN WERE : Rkhlcc. He left a son and a daughter. 1S59.. July iS. .' yamcs''). . 22. d. 1S03: m. and the family Bible with its valuable records was reduced to Other important papers whicli escaped the fire. 3. . Feb. 28. was born July 27. '/""" T.A'ew'oii Brciil Fant. She was born in Culpeper. d.x. 1877. Mrs. Aug. 1S63. 14. later were entrusted to a lawashes. Samuel Ayirs. Mo. Oct. Nothing Burgess H. b. 1835. 1S43. Gaines. 16. 1S05. b. Samukl. b. Dec.She died in Staunton. 1868. -Elizabelh Mahala. b. [800]. 1809. Gratz died June. were hopelessly lost. 1S40.uv Vi<xinia Payne. heirs of David Jameson of York. He died when few years later. [801]. Mr. Mattie j. 1. They reside in Lexington. The daughter married L. Aug. 23. . Jameson died May 2. Mei. Mrs. b.\andria. 9. in Yorktown. [798]. Louis. m. John Yeiser. 1S27. 6. iS. they resided. She died in childhood. the second son. Sarah Ann Smith. died in Le. b. His widow resides in St. 1S31.. 1849. Jameson died June. in iS58. Va. res. Daviii Jamkso. June 16. yer who undertook to recover large money said to be waiting in the Bank of England The lawyer for the Jameson family in America... where Mrs. in Galveston. having abundant means. 1S37. m. lulv. Fannik Mlnnis Memoranda. 15. 1S08. 1S46: m.. Mo. 1795.V. 1799.. Mary. Va. 10. Va.. in Murfreesboro. daughter of Thomas [747] and JNIary (Robinson) Jameson. 1SS3. Louis. Jameson resided known of his family. Sept.. SiiS(7/i Ann Day. m. Thomas Jameson. Gratz. 1824. was destroyed by fire.kss II. iSoS. dealers in gents' furnishing goods. She died in childhood. Dec.

I shall certainly wear the apron. tho on reading it. The letter referred to was Mrs. 17S6. slippers and handkerchiefs with as much pleasure for your sake as you worked them for mine. Ky. except the teaspoons and them I will deliver when he wants them. 84S. you have recovered your health. ter. state of health. Dorothea G . Avres was a most charming woman. which are still in existence. I will not part with any of the trinkets that were in the cabinet on any account whatever. be assured my Dear Grandmamma I will take the greatest care imaginable of the clothes and other things you sent me for your sake and mv Dear Mamma's. trade was a jeweler. while a girl in her wrote to her grand- mother a very interesting letter which is still extant. Ky. Ayres. and that this letter will find you enjoying a perfect 23. I Dear & Honored Grandmamma Your kind and agreeable letter dated May The trunk and contents came safe to me. and about 1795 established himself in that Later he removed to Danville.. Ayres by children were born in Lexington. Caroline. 17S7. and of which the writer has sample pieces.M (Ja. Mrs. things trunk were two silk gowns. then in England. as follows : Virginia.mesox) Avres. beautiful in person. Edith (Tyler) Robinson. teens. which her grandmother. had sent to her Among other valuable in that across the water. Mrs. and her memory is most fondly cherished by her descendants. I have delivered to my brother the things you sent him. where he continued business in Lexington. The accompanying picture is copied from an oil painting in the possession of her granddaughter. of clothing.. and . for I do most sincerely return you many thanks. May 23. which . I hope with the blessing of God before this date. Ky. I have the locket you sent me some years ago with some of my Dear Papa's & Mamma's hair in it which I intend to keep as long as I live. Mrs. The stays fit me very well as also the green silk gown by letting the sleeves out a little. You have put yourself to a great deal of trouble on my account and I am afraid the distance we are apart will prevent my ever having it in my power to make you amends. In this letter she mentions a trunk articles filled with valuable etc. the receipt of it you may be assured gave me 'great satisfaction. was much affected to hear vou were in so low a state of health.She lovely in charac- was greatly beloved by all her kindred and friends while living. The six older son Ayres. Thomas Robinthe business until his death in 1824.: THE JAMESONS IN VIROINI Memoranda.Mrs. that particularly for your sake I shall keep. The piece of silk I do not think I shall ever part with. cultivated in man- ners. My did not get until 27 April 17S7. and without being damaged. Ky. Mr. He was succeeded by his son.Vaughan of Louisville.

While eminently a man of public spirit. the second son of Samuel Ayres. d.. Daniel Henry. Mo. b. Adelaide Livingston. Gertrude ginia Margaret Burkitt. . They had eight children. removed in 1857 to Lewis 1S20.\pril 22. viz. Eliza. prepared to enter college. Ky. Dolly Graham Jameson. Oct. b. daughter of Nathaniel R. 187S. My Dear Grandmamma I must now conclude with informing you I enjoy a perfect state of health. la. but for the want of not knowing in what manner I could possibly get a letter to you. . Eliza Davis. uncle of the above just mentioned. Ayres.. No. in Robetown. b. He was a They cousin of Dr. who married his wife's younger sister. Mattie Grayson. Samuel. his father removed with his family Lewis Co. resided in Fayette Co. in 1865..and Paris. was born in 1799 in Danville.154 The Stone ring you sent THE JAMESONS me I IN AJIERICA. Mass. 1881. Henrietta Sophia. he persistently declined to hold any public office. was born Danville. Joieph James. Memoranda. They bad three children. 1896. in which he was Mr. talented lad of fifteen years.. : Mr.. in Keokuk. do prize aljove all things and shall forever keep it as a memoI hope my dear madam you will not think me so rial of you and my Dear Papa and Mama. 1847. Oct. la.. Mrs. Elizabeth Adams. not knowing where to direct one. Smith. but in 1858 disappeared from his home near Mary Dorothea. No. T855. to Keokuk. Samuel.. la..and Margery (Smith) Smith. Hollingsworth died in'iSS7 in Frankfort. 326 Morewood Ave. b. was from Boston. . 1843. Feb. b. Edmund Hollingsworth. and may God Almighty give you grace while I live you shall not want the prayers of your sincere. Burkitt. The above son. 1884. Ky. Dec. 773. son of Thomas Robinson Jameson Ayres. Ky. an expert in every department. 10.. 1S40. 6. Oct. Ayres married \'irginia M. who married Melinda Ayres. Nov. 1S84. b. Lexington. Hollingsworth died in 1S51 in Greenup Co. viz.. Pa. be assured I am noi of that disposition. Edwin Philip. la. 1S74. b. i. his second wife. 21. Esq. and Susanna (Rice) Hollingsworth. was born in 1796 near Winchester. which has a place here as an illustration of his skilful handiwork. where Mr. Helen A'llen. b. Katherine Samuel. 17. 7. Oct. 2. Feb. and later. 1S59. they are nor would not be for the very agreeable companions to me as I am fond of reading and shall obey your last commands to read them with the greatest attention. 1842. Oct. -Mrs. viz. Ayres died Oct. in 1824. 18. res. Pa.. an There were no children. 1S49. sketched from life and engraved the accompanying picture. Mr. world. John Hollingsworth. They resided in Danville. affectionate and dutiful Grand Daughter. married first Maria Thornton Garnett. Ayres died. Oct. is in the possession of a grand- Jameson Ayres. 8. Virm. Ayres. 3. I am very much obliged to you for the Books. Dorothy. who married Martha T. 1883. John Yeiser. b. Nov. Pittsburg. Yeiser had by a previous marriage four children. Dk. Thomas Robinson Avres. 1SS3. ViD. when Lafayette was in this country on his last visit. Mo. 1849: both died in early childhood. m. Ayres. married Sarah Ann She was born Jan. 27. learned the watchmaker and jewelry business from his father. son of Robert H. in 1857. res. she was born Sept. m. David is a copy from the original letter. 26.. 14. and later in David Jameson Avkes. Ky. David Januson. Ky. after his school days. Vou accuse me in not writing to you which I confess was a neglect in me. the youngest daughter of Reuben and Mary (Jameson) Garnett [751]. b. and no trace of him was ever found. 2. b. David Jameson Avres. Co. Dr. 1S47. Ky.. John Clark. of Keokuk. to in When a lad of twelve years. They resided in Danville.. at the age of nineteen years. : : . d. Va. 1S45. He devoted his entire life to his chosen business. Ky. which la. 1S53: m. a daughter of William and Ann Eliza (Foster) Burkitt. and in 1865 to Keokuk. ungrateful as not to thank you for an enity purse. 22. and the eldest son of Samuel Ayres. I'liomas Kobiiison. There were no children. in Mount Pleasant. Ky. Mr. Aug. Nalhauiel S. where she died. though not for want of affection. June 4. Feb. He was a bright.

Ky. invention. which proved a valuable. William Burkitt. 1768. Since then he has retired from politics.'' used in post-offices.. in which is written the name " Marv Jameson. 1889. la. He was in 1892 a delegate from Iowa the presidential national convention in Chicago. which was established by their grandfather a century and more since. and in mayor made to 1893. England. although a simple. 1S50. and in 1883 he was elected # Lafayette. as reby the fine building here presented. . 1767. in Foster. and given his time entirely to his business. iMr. There is . without solicitation. Sons. 111. and served four years and three months. Mr. 1824. Ayres is the inventor and proprietor of what is known as the "Ayres' Dummy System. J. b. continue the jewelry business of T. R. is flected He has an old Episcopal prayer-book.•\yres & David Jameson Ayres is a prominent citizen.IN VIRGINIA. he was appointed postmaster of the city of Keokuk. 13. b." It was published in O. Oct. Ayres and his younger still brother. la. April 13. Joseph James Ayres. were: 1885 . They reTheir children . July 2. David Jameson Ayres. 8. 1S87 Mary Mar- garet. '55 side in Keokuk. in which it is conducted.xford. given him by his uncle. d. In 1880 he was chosen a member of the city council. which extensive and profitable. as well as successful business man. of Keokuk.

b. Ky. 304 New York Life building. Va. Mr. Tenn. Va." A man of an attractive personality. i'S3i. 1SS4. la. AIrs.. Chicago. in Winchester. their sons are intelligent and manly. N. They resided in Winchester. was a son of Isaac and Hannah (Parkins) Hollingsworth. b. in b. on a ranch near Hebronville. Dec. holding her hand as he sat by her bedside. Vaughan has been a busy man. Joseph J. b. 1S92. April 8. 30. Effie H. Presented to Maria Garnett by her brother Jolin J. May 30.. She was born Aug. res.. April 27. Mrs. to Denver. S. Sa. Mrs. in Mercer Co. He married Gertrude Adelaide Livingston. he was a very handsome man courteous in manner.7." At his death a gentleman remarked: " Surely God never made a man with so fine a form and face without a heart to correspond. Ayres is in company with his older brother. Mr. Richard Samuel. res. Mr. the youngest son of Samuel and Dorothea Ayres. Woodford Co. m. No.-////. and resides with her daughter. Ky. to Keokuk. Slie was born Nov. Ayres died Aug. Samuel. Liberty Hall. She was born Nov. lulv 26. Col.. He was born 1809. is.. married Mildred Roper Shouse. 4 Park place. 1857. 10. 1125 Third . Ohio. 1S71'. 27... Five children. Essex Co. City. Kansas 22. 1SS6. Nov. 1S67. a physician. 7. daughter of William and Lucretia (Smith) Shouse. VViUiam. Ivan.. b. and removed with his parents Aug. in Warren Co. with her mother in Chattanooga. 13. Hollingsworth died. Purcellville. m. A'aughan. son of Isaac and Maria (Littler) Wood. Oct.. 30. another old volume in the family inscribed. Iowa. Martha Avers. Ky.. Kansas : Mo. One child. No. Oct. Va. 1S27. Mr. b. City. res. to Boulder. he sang the song his lamented mother was wont to sing to him. iTanora r//. 1853. viz. Helen. March 22. Avres was born in Lewis Co. Va. a few months before his death. b. and later. the youngest daughter. Louisville. 1SS4.. reside. b. Hollingsworth died 1864. 1885. 18S4. April. in Lawrence Co.. Va. 1S62. Mo. Tenn. . m. daughter of Samuel and Margaret (McKnight) Livingston. Mildred Randolph. m. each verse ending " I shall see my Saviour in the moritiiig. Iowa. res. Sept. twins. John Hollixgsworth. 1S58. Cartwright. Oct. in Frankfort. Hobbs. Tex.. No children. and their daughter. 1864. Dec. in Danville. Ayres children Nannie Louise. who married Dorothea Apphia Jameson Ayres. They resided in Keokuk. b. Mrs. 1890. Russell Smith.156 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.. 1877. Samuel Ayres. The last time he visited his daughter. Ky. res. " Maria Garnett. b. Clark Co. at No.unu£l. Dec. 1884.: Florence. (Talbot) Allen. Oct. res.. Second'vtarriage : Albert II. viz. 1852. Nora Givens.. James M. Ayres still survives. Ohio. m. 24. There were six children. m. b. where Col. April 4. Quentin Durward. Col. They had three children. Washington. 1877. Stella res. Ir. 1S86. Dr. Vaughan is cultured and attractive. Mo. b. where he died Dec. 20. 6. Two is Dec. 1840. Duval Co. 1878. and is now retired from business to care for and enjoy the results of his years of trade and activity. : res. b. where they. res.. Ky. with fair and rosy complexion. Bowen resides. an efficient and successful business man. in Keokuk. in Winchester. 1S57. Avres is a lawyer. devotedly fond of his mother. revealing that he was well born." Tho.1856. Rosa Roach. He was born July 10. son of Col. to Lewis Co. Pa. 24. 22. in her senior year in Vassar College. res... 29.. — Dr. Kv.. Nov. being an exporter of an American product to foreign markets. Ky. 1S55. March 17." Mrs. 605 Chestnut St.\i.. 1865. Mary Virginia.. Sen. Mrs. Ky. Albert Jones.. Ida : Fisher. He married Helen Allen. D.Samuel Ayres. Ky. '"hattanooga. No. Va. C. Nov. fulv 14.mas Robixsox Avres was born in Danville.muel Avres. Y. June 2. David Jameson Ayres. 1893. I. which was sudden. 1 . 1900. Quentin Durward Vaughan. Garnett 2'' June 1811. 1SS9. Dr. from heart disease. Mo. iSSo. June 30. James and Harriet (Wheatley) Bowen. iSSi. and Adelia R. 1900. Louisville. No. who died in infancy. erect in form at seventy-five years of age. in Pine Grove. was the "beloved physician. on a plantation. i.. They have no children. 1877. They resided in Danville. Dr. and Aug.\ve. 1900. They resided in Danville and in Catlettsburgh. They have no children. a lovely girl. He was born 1S21. 1866. Porto Rico. Bowen died June 10. July 24. Pineville. daughter of Charles L. 111. Dr. 1SS5. 1858. Sept. b. m. b. Charles L. 6. Wood m. wliere tliey reside. 1S60. and removed. b. Dec. ^Robert Baldwin Wood. 18S0. Walter Bowen. Ky.. 1. viz. 20. Williams. m.. They had four children. and with great reverence for woman. Grandison and . m. 1 125 Third avenue.

give my negro boy. so make and ordain this m'y last will and Testament that is to say principally and first of all. by me in any will before named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will & Testament In Witness whereof I have heieunto set my hand & seal the day & year above written lUm. Thomas Meadeas. . At the age of twenty-two years. Apphia Etta. in Waco. the second born Lieve Child I give to my child unborn. and his early death was deeply lamented. . He was born March 25. thirty pounds current money to be levied out of my estate and her own feather-bed and furniture. Jan. b. 23. near Danville. named Roben. give and bequeath to my son Samuel my land that I bought of Matthew Collins. IN VIRGINIA. and as touching such worldly estates wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life. I give. I57 m. I give to my daughter Glorendar one gold ring Itcm. devise and dispose of same in the following matter and form Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife. Feb. and to her heirs — — — — . Katharine Samuel. to him and his heirs forever. 1898. I/cm. Jame to my Samuell to him & his heirs forever. 1873. being & lying on the side of Parmensand swamp to him and his heirs forever & after my deb. Samuel Ayres. and my girls my will is that they live and remain with my beloved wife till they attain to the age of eighteen years or else to the day of marriage but in case my wife should marry another husband & my children can prove that they are not well used they then shall have their liberties to go and Chuse their Guardians. iS. Te. Te. June 26. in Front Royal. 1840. 1878. Thomas. Ann. to him and his heirs forever. of the parish of St. Jan. I : & his Tho' X Ayres mark. 1843. He was born Sept. . [Seal] . 4. whom I choose constitute make and ordain my whole and sole Ex'"t. 1871. They reside in Abilene. 1S96.\bilene. Jan. John G. Oct. during of her natural Life and after her decease to return to my son Thomas. in Catlettsbtirg.\pri! 4. ni. 15. 25.. but of perfect mind and memory.—\ give to John Harriss my Gunn that he hath now in possession. In the I. 1897. an only son. revoke disannul! all and every other former Testaments wills legacies and Executors or Ex''''. b..s are Justly paid I give unto my well beloved wife the third part of my personal! estate and the remainder of my estate to be equally divided amongst my children. I give to my son. Shelby. 1876. 1S70. Item. forever. : Isaac. Va. Sept. WILL OF THOMAS AYRES. Ky. in Name ov God Amen. Ilcni. Feb. Feb. the fifth day of January in the year of our Lord 1721.\. I give and bequeath my negro woman named Jude to my Daughter. H. 28. 15. 1879. should Die. Little May. but not to have possession of their Es' till they be twenty one years.. Regt.\. Tex. being very sick and weak body. b. Ky. Thomas Ayres mind I cretion of give and Recommend my soul into y hands of God that gave it and for my Body I Recommend to the earth to lie buried in a Christian like— and decent manner at the dismy Executrix nothing doubting but at the Generall Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God. . Sarah excepting the following I give (viz) the nrst born Lieve child I give to my son Samuel to be delivered when it is a year old. to be delivered when it is a year old to him or her heirs forever the third I give to my daughter Ann to be delivered to her when it is a year old and the fourth born Live child I give to my daughter Glorendar to be delivered to her and her heirs forever. 1S97. b.. b. Roswell Gibbs Hall. mynegio man. my will is that my wife keep the aforesaid negro Roben. 1S96. 12. son of John and Melvina (Clark) Yeiser. 1S57.\nns in the county of Essex. Daniel Hollingsworth. Sept. but in case either of my wife's two negroes that was willed to her by her former husband. Thomas Pathrop to him & his heirs forever. viz. He was captain of Co. b. Dan'iel Irving.May 28. Ohio. I do hereby utterly disallow. m. He was a noble Christian young man. Sarah. My will is that my boys live & remain with my beloved wife till they attain to the age of Twenty years. d. greatly beloved by bis companions in arms. //ejit. 1842. They reside in . in the Union Army.: Roswell Ayres.— THE JAMESONS Elha Parkins. Ky. and have two children.. Ky. in Lawrence Co. I I being E' of Jtetii. give & bequeath to my son Thomas my land that I bought of John Hodgson. d. and then to be for themselves. b. 2':. b.. thanks be given to God therefore callmg unto the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die. he died. and the remainder of her issue I give to my Daughter. 1869. 10. Daniel Henry Yeiser. There were four children all born near Danville. viz. March 4. of this my Last will and Testament. April 6. in Danville. Ky. 1S62. while in the service of his country.

. Va.. of Orange College Quarterly. 18 19. pp. Mr. Gateiaood.Y [804]. in Boyle Co. Mrs. 770. Ky. T///. became a widow at si.. in Caroline Co.iry Appllia Gray^ Jameson {^David. David Jameson [744]. VIII. in Port Royal. married 1792. _=. \'a.She received by deed dated Jan. No. 11. Clark died June 15. She married 1797. 1849. S'' Signed. p. 11. Keokuk. sealed. survived her husband nearly fifty years. Va. 2jb: ]\'illiam and M. Samuel died and Mrs. no iMr.' yames'^). .xteen. 1831. published and declared by the ment in the presence of us the Subscribers Thomas Ayres as his last Will & Tesla Jameson Samuel Sally y.. Fauntleroy* Jameson {David.^James^). Ky. — 158 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. College Quarterly. b. Gatewood was married at the age of fourteen years. 773. He died prior to 1S49. was born 1769. 1783. References. outlived her only son. four hundred acres of land in Mercer Co. 233. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: David Jameso. from her cousin. 12: /goo. p. la. Book I'. 4.. J'ol.— U7//MW and Mary T/ie Standard.(Robinson) Jameson. Mrs. ^'a. Aug. was born Feb. daughter of John Samuel. David Jameson [739] of Yorktown. was born Feb. He died about iSoo. in Yorktown. died in early manhood. 14.n'..Y [806].-_. 1785. 1. {Thomas. DoLI. . Mr.. on Tuesday. 1798. Mr. and there are. the 20th day of March. No..^ James. the children were: Catv [803]. Thomas Robinson Jameson He •-Frederick Herman.. Va. Vol. igS...-_=-_». Mahala [805]. the was presented and proved. Jameson died in 1S05.//. Mrs. 1900. — Records Co. Sl-KF. son of Thomas [747] and Mar}. Gov. They resided in Orange Co. p. This land was given to him by the will of his uncle. Vol. Gatewood descendants living. 1721. the great-grandfather of Samuel Ayres who married Dorothea Graham Jameson [769] will Thomas Avres was Rkferences. daughter of David [750] and Sally (Gray) Jameson.i}?i€s her Elhb E Grav mark At a court held for Essex Co. She married '/"/"/ Samiie/.-. Mary Samuel. Samuel Ssilly married -yo/ui Clark. leaving a widow and an infant son. Gatewood died May 12. Jameson married 1810. i.^ James? James\ daughter of David [750] and Sally (Gray) Jameson. Lieut." James. I 'a. Memoranda. Mrs.

6.DINi.. May 20. iSoi m. Memoranda. FlKl. Dr . Jan. 20. i 0. m. b. b. June 15.THE JAMESONS THE CHILDREN Henry. 1S37. 1820 Amanda Malvina. John Jameson. Caiherink F. Sept. Jo/m }'..

Mrs. Mr. daughter of Emanuel gart. Yeiser. 15. Dillard. in the practice of medicine in Tennessee. Yeiser has taken much interest in genealogi research and has rendered the author of this volume valuable James Yeiser. Yeiser. Oct. ther. b. CrcK'/j. 23. Annie Catherine ( Reigarl) Slaymaker. Ky. Dr. Dec. i860. is also a lawyer. ion New Y'ork Life Omaha. who a few years since was the mayor of Paducah. titled No. 23.. has a son. Mr.'\lmira ^ daughter of Rev. 12. and Parmelia (Dudley) She was born Feb. David Ayres Yeiser. Shaw. 1878. C. d.. 5. The children were Pallida Diidlev. He married May 23. a minister. b. in Fayette Co. 1889. and Barbara (Swar) Re and widow of Samuel 1 Howard Slaymaker. a druggist. 409 Ware Block. in Lancaster. 26. Almira Y'eiser died. 23. Kylaiid Dillard. r.Muse (Jameson) Yeiser. 16. 1899. Beloit. 1873- James. Wis. Y'eiser pastor in was for some years a Red Cloud. with an office Building. 1884. They resided in Mrs. Neb. Hattie L.. b. b. Omaha. Jacob Doudel Yeiser was named for his grandmother's faand is. at is the elder a lawyer. son. John Otiw. 1900. wheie . lVillmm.: THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. He incidentally ^EV. Jan. 1866. Ky.Mrs. Mrs. 1899. 1S62. Sepl. Geor(. assistance. who died in 1888. an. George Jameson. 1865. 2. m. b. Pa. Jan. with an office at No. 1S33. was a resident of the same cilyat the time of his recent death. 1834. . 1899. the oldest son. 16.h. Neb. Feb. the second son. May iS. Nov. George Otho Yeiser became He married . Neb. Ryand T. Feb.)illard. In 1S94 he published a book en- est ''Labor as Moneys the youngson. 15. 1865. She was born Feb. 1S71.e Otho Y'eiser. 14. Frederick Y'eisek. Philip D. Rev. Ed- ward d. John O. July 30. Yeiser died. b. June 26. Rev. Margaret . where Annie C.1868.

the father. March v. . m. Historiaxl Masn'Jitcfor July.. daughter of David and She was born Oct. b.o: m.'' " Mrs. Cofley S. She died in early life. Aug.\KK [813]. d. THE children WEKE: Mn. ni. M.^ Thomas. They resided in Crawfordsville. Lane received a good common-school education. iS-. Pamela B. 1S72.'\lmira Yeiser's mother was a daughter of William Dudley and a grand- daughter of Rev. rS^. [822]'. 1. June. Elston.' was born Jan. D. m. Mrs. Dec. Ky. Ind. Croiic/i.. Emma June i.UI [819]. b. F.„. 1S29.^ Thomas. [814J. Lane died June 18. Mr. |S.^ Thomas. Ky. . C. March jj. d. -Joanna ^Nf."' And in another connection says.S63. was born Feb.Lkk Enoch Smuh Au?. 29. Oct. ery Co. 22. 783. [818]. 1S44. In 1837 he was elected to the Indiana legislature. ApiilVi. Sarah Badger. tEN were: Eliza [817]. 1807. •• My greatest pleasure in life is to give pleasure to others. 1S4S.. 1S49. S. fan. Mitcltctl. He ried Philadelphia Harrison. 1833. :. iSgr. 1S3-. S. in Le. Henry Smith Lane. Mr. KSS3.xington. Nov. [821]. She married Dec. Ky.\roline b. C. 1S34.\uv. Lane married Feb. iSj^ Henkv [816]. in Montgomery Co. iSnN. iSi. Mr.. Lane died Dec. and under a tutor some knowledge of the classics. 18S1. ir. 18S3. b. Va. Yatis. James toluison. in Montgom(Miller) Badger. Esq. Mr. He was born Feb. He married Jan. 11. r6.VR.. .\i. Nov. b. . near Mount Sterling. Ararch ir. 1S30: m. "The Jamesons were noble people as far back as the ' memory of man ninneth not to the Contrary. John Milton" Jameson {llnimas. 9. [an. 1842. b. 22. Ian. m.' fames ).vrni./////V/. now owns the old Ball homestead. in Mt...milv lived in Epping Forest. m. 1804. son of Robert Baird.James. d. b.uch i. Sterling. m [823]. b. C. but removed to Indiana and w-as admitted to the bar in that state. son of Thomas [754] and Sarah (Smith) Jameson. I•'^^^ ni.'/>v/ d. 24. 11. . Gcwxe Goodwin. 2. . Thomas. No. Joil G. Edward Baird. 26. M. [815]. 1814. son of David [750] and mar- Sally (Gray) Jameson. 785.. Ky. Ky.. son of James Hardage and Mary (Higgins) Lane. Jcrmcs^). Kai^an.. iS^j. 24. Ambrose Dudley. He studied law in Kentucky. D. Makv Lucy T. was born April 28. 1S53. Jameson died Sept.^ Thomas. N. II. . and was from 1S41 to 1843 ^ representative to congress from Indiana.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. 27. . 1S55. K. 25. Nov. 1829. /. i. Hon. 27. Mariox Virgixlv Isabella William 2:. iS. Essex Co. d. Oct. . [820]. b. Boston. b. No. The Ball Fa. S. jS. Pamela Bledsoe Jameson ter of Thomas [754] and Sarah ' ( 1 Memoranda. Fester. iSSi. March 26. iS-. Margaret Muse (Jameson) Yeiser. married a Miss Rousin. b. a cousin of Mrs.James ^}. fan. 1 1. Sent. 1877. Thomas.S54.. iS 1:... 1S67."^ept.2.i. daugh(Smith) Jameson. Robert Baird.IiREIi Cl. 18. 1812. b. /)/-. Mrs. lie died in boyhood. E. where they resided. H. Jameson died Dec. 21.jiMre Serifs. iSii. TMmUS^ iAXWeSQW (David. Feb. A'. 2j. 1849. in Washington. 17. l6l reveals the quality of his character when lie writes.

S. 1S95. Edgar Davis. Bourne married the No.Mr. Walker Mt. Elizabeth Jameson. m. Ky. senate from Indiana. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: An I. Mrs. 1834. April 24.' 16. Mr. 1S66. Thomas..* John. and Elizabeth (Van Dyke) Cheatham. Porter died Sept. b. daughter of Dr. b.\i-AN-r. 1. Sept. Aug.: William Cheatham. Ky. ^I'^'^l'n/^' Ciieal/iam. m. They resided in Culpeper. Henry L.James^). daughter Thomas [754] and Sarah (Smith) Jameson. He was elected in 1861 Governor of Indiana. James M. 189S. Alfred Ralliff: b.^ Tlwmas^Jamcs^). 5. 220. 786. is city Edgau D. 1S94. Memoranda.. Va. was born June 2. 791. . 28. 1. daughter of William H. 24. Bourne died. April 4. where they reside. She was born Sept. Porter.Feb. Ky. They have three children. Aut'. i. 1846. in Culpeper Co. 1856. 1893. He is cashier of the bank of Taylorsville. 14. He was born May 5. where Mr. Montgomery Co. Willej' Belflelrt^ Jameson {I'/wJims. D. is . 27.^ of THE CHILDREN WERE James Milto. In 1859 In 1846 he went as Lieut. wOiere they reside.ER.1 62 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1856. in Culpeper.. Esq. b. 17. 1400 Third Ave. Bright.. in She married May i. Ky. Pamkla Lane... 1S93. 1S72. 21. and Mrs.. Chempe Storrow Thompson. and much interested in genealogical research. William and Mary A. S.. 1837. May 10. BiTl. She was born Dec. She married Sept. attorney of Louisville. viz. Pa. Jime 20. Bourne died Oct. 20. b. 1843. July 7.. 6. No. Jan. Tavlor to Mexico. Sterling. 1S66. Sarah CANliY. who 1830. 1877. 26. Mrs. 26. b. b. where Mr. Ky. 790. ^ 7homas. and two days after his He served on inauguration he was again elected to the U. March S. 21..'' John. Died the same day. Col. They resided near Mt. Louisville. — Dictionary of Coiiprss. (Storrow) Thompson. Va. Oct. Va. No. and was chairman of committee on enrolled bills. resides No. 1855. son of John [764] and Eliza Thatcher Corbin (Major) Jameson. b. Emma Lindsay.n. 1856. m. Bourne He a Iavv\-er. 1S41. b. Porter died in 1894. Dec. Va. 1S16. Sterling. in Culpeper. Judith Ball. April S. 1844. was born Jan. Bourne. He married Oct. Henry Lane Shnn: He died in early life.. in Culpeper.James^). of volunteers under Gen.\r[-Li:TON [824]. p. 841. 1 the only child was: Makv . 1790. son of James and Elizabeth (Gove) Bourne. Stone. 1S67. She died in infancy. Eliza Frances^ Jameson (John. 30. ^'a. John J. Ky. senate to contest the seat of j.'' Thomas. Oct. he was elected to the U. He was born in Beaver Co. was an artist. Pllili]) LishtfOOC^ Jameson (John. Ratliff reside in Mount Sterling. the committee of military affairs and pensions. Feb. but was unsuccessful. b.. 1S56. daughter of John [764] and Eliza Thatcher Corbin (Major) Jameson. Rkfkrknci:. 1S3S. : m. was born Sept. Sept. 1S65. 1S77.

From this painting was taken the photograph reproof his honored grandfather. Mr. Rappahannock Co. He was born in Turner.^ Thomas. was born Oct. daughter of George Washington [767] and Susan Ann (Day) Jameson.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. Va. 27. and in Muscatine. the grandson and last surviving descendant of Col.. 1S49.. They resided in Culpeper.James^). ^ ^ Mary Eliee^ JcameSOn (George Washington. 1825. John Jameson He has hanging on the walls of his house a fine oil painting of Revohitionary fame. She married Nov. Va.ameson is as the sole representative of this distinguished familv. Jameson's picture is presented here Mr. son of Danglefield and Fannie (Lacy) Turner. J. 19. ^'a. 163 Memoranda. m^ci'j. James T.'' Barid.. in Culpeper. . duced and found elsewhere in this volume.

. Turner. 1S51. LiLLiK W. says God himself only knows how many more He has in store for me. There is nothing noteworthy in my own name that entitles myself or members of my family to any special notice thus far in life. his only son.George Washington*. Nov. Mrs. where they resided. 2. May 22. m. No. Va. 1882. 1S27. and received a renewed appointment in Mr. March 11. Mr. b. Nov. b. Turner married. resides in Boston. then no emolument of office. He married Nov. Mary Crigler. b. To live in the fear of God and do his will is what I teach my children. and as a farmer with competent means at the time of his death. James. 1864. Gei. their wives. 1858. and their little ones is not sufficient. Turner died. Memoranda.AI1ETH [828]. He was appointed under President Grant's administration. Fant died March 15. Maky Mknnis. b.e Oi. a very considerable I am truly sorry also that my grandfather's children. Mrs. d. and the fair health he has allowed me to enjoy in the years past and gone. 19. 14. 1861. m. Burgess. b. 1S80. Henry [829]. 1S97. 3. Henry [831]. She was born Sept. 20. Mary Virginia Payne. b. b.xeyville. and has been a prominent citizen. If following their different avocations is an honest effort. He has part of the time since the close of the war. writing of the few years that remain to him in this world.. Memoranda. and Mary Elice. 18. William CallOWllilP Jameson yames'^). in Culpeper. Willie. 1S63. 1859. m". Robert Lee Eustace. in my opinion. b. Susie. son of (. William Callowhill Nov. 1869. 1838.irc. 1857. and in the midst of a happy group of grandchildren. b. May 27. She is a person of culture. 1878. and Elizabeth (Dulany) Payne. George Washington [767] and Susan Ann (Day) Jameson. but did not accept on account of other engagements which took him from home. My father simply holding the place of justice of the peace for many years. i860. 1869. Mr. and an interesting letter writer. 1S83. Thomas [830]. Ida Allen. David\ Thomas'. Iowa. b. Va. now Mrs. 18S2. b. Mr. He was i8>. Hunt. after marriage. Iameso. daughter of James W. Sept. four years. Nov. all boys. Morse [836]. 12. Tlrner was a very wortliy man. and with honorable motives for a livelihood for themselves. b. 1S67. Jameson writes: 1897 under the present administration. in Fauquier Co. the CHILDREN WERE: James W. m. 1S96.ney [827J.. Feb. 189^. Mariiis B. had seven children. will justify the mention in a book. m. Fant. Va. Nov.. 1863. b. Jan. viz. Ernest. May 20. b. I can only thank him for those he has given me. [826]. . was born Aug. 29. 9. b. 1S97. Va. Jameson was well been postmaster in Ri. led uneventful lives. Bki. Turner. 1900. educated.n O. 7. 1894. Her home is with her children.. Jan. June 5. son of John and Anne (Payne) Fant. \'a.M C. March 12. 1S61. : George. 17. including my own father. undeserving I was of his favors. : Feb. John [834]. a loving and much beloved mother and grandmother. i. 1878. 795. knowing all the time how. 1867. [825]. A. 4.: 164 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. He died a few years WiLLiA. where Mr. Thev reside. ELI7. Va. 1866. John Miller. in Rixeyville. Jan. when more than seventy years of age. -Ne-U'toii Brent Faiit. THE CHILDREN WERE William C. born near Boston. Jameson. He held it under Harrison's administration. 2. Annie [832]. E.le C. Mr. though I feel I am a sinner myself.9.. Si-siE F. b.

Owen S. b. ^ John Rutherford. and superintendent of its Sunday-school. ib. Mr. July 20..— Cc-«/c'««/. Jameson died Mrs.mith.- Samuel . Geneva O'Brien. daughter of Mrs. She married Dec. Jan. resides in Steubenville. 802. 25. b. A. Burrows sympathy with her husband religiously. Nov. 9. Todd Co. Memoranda. Dec. 403 I street. 24. 5. Lillie^ Jameson (George Washington. 1 65 children were ten in number: George Olney. Williams died May 2. THO^L\s David [837].. \%^(i. /. Ky. 18. of in Robert Coleman ^ Jameson {John Bavid. 1845. Jameson's mother. Jameson died June 24. Jameson's IN VIRGINIA. where they reside. James VV. ™. 1855. 1871. June Owen and Dolly A. Williams died March "^ II. 6.'' David. in Culpeper. F. 28. M. of Elizabeth ' Jameson ( 'John David. James. No. Ky. No. 1848. b. Henry. This lodge was organized Dec. Burrows. Mrs.. 1847.. Rni:ERr Ella [836]. in Culpeper. 27. He was born in 1814.James'}. C.. 1878. Va. father. Oct. daughter of George Washington [767] and Susan Ann (Day) Jameson. William Callowhill resides at No. Thompson Williams. daughter of ' ). 27./ Address. 22. Burrows's Rki-kkknck. There were no children. July 25. is Mr. (Jameson) Smith. 22. Mrs. 43. Thomas R. April 25. haac Garrett. and zealously interested in every good Jesse S. was probably Dolly Jameson [804]. She was born Sept.'^ Dciri. They resided in Pembroke. Ky...b. in Christian Co.James'). Cave Coats A'eyiiolds. 1794. 187 i.. are dead. He belongs to the Masonic order. m. He is clerk of the Baptist church in the place where he resides..x Lodge. 1S60: m. 1846. 808.THE JAMESONS Mr. m. cooperates with word and work. 1868. Memoranda. Oct. She married Feb. He married Oct. in Culpeper. 1892. and Catherine T. Burrows is in full him. Henry. 1844. is Mrs.. 1823. and Christian character. son of Jesse S. iSSS. 1826. and Mary (Samuel) Jameson [770]. He was born July 10. 186S. 1844. No. 1S46: m. a dealer in fine watclies and jewelry. daughter John David [778] and Eliza (Coleman) Jameson. 1874.May 12. Elizabeth. Smith. Mr.^ james. (Mason) Burrows. Oliio. THE children WERE: Ellen Ehmonia [835]. was born in 1826 in Christian Co.. Susan C. 3. was born . 1894. was born March 8. Mr. and John./. Marv E.* David. Wasliington. Henry Clay Burrows.^ Thomas. and is a valuable citizen. & A.A. and celebrated its centennial anniversary Dec. D.james son John David [778] and Eliza (Coleman) Jameson. and Thomas resides in New Jersey. a man of sterling integrity. Va. W. N. for more than fifty years was a faithful t)'ler of Fairfa. \'a. Ky.ug.

10. July 26. Mr. Ragan 1830. Mr. b. Crouch. No.James ^). Jan. 1889. b. 23. {Thomas.James''). Sept. 1S53. 1877 Harrie b. m.. They resided in Woodville. : . May. Tenn. 19. Thomas /)/. d^^ugU&x of Thomas [780] and Philadelphia (Harrison) Jameson. Cariithers. Rutherford married -Samuel Garrett.l66 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. where Mr. Tenn. : . Mrs. He married Jan. 14.\n children. 6. Emma C. D. Jameson died March 22. in Montgomery Co. Mr. Ind. She married F.)/. died in 1880. (Jameson) Crouch.^ James. Ky. Eugenie Haddo. b. 1886.James'). 1892. son of John Milton [783] and Sarah (Badger) Jameson. . Miss.. son of John [7 78] and Eliza (Coleman) Jameson. SliUlred Clark' Jameson Marion Daniel AiiDiE Boyd. No. 22. Lucy A. viz. and Mrs. 1S83. 1896. 7. 1862. reside in Evansville. Dec. 9.-vmeson writes that his and he was reared among strangers and did father died not know when he was four years old. b.. 1SS7. David {John David* David. and have three and have three Mr. 1869: m. and Mrs. 1873. Memoranda. She was born March 12. had four children. Ky.. May i. Daniel D. Carrie. Nov. No. married Jan. in Chattanooga. 12. and Mary E. 1862. Williams. Andrew M. 1874. Ragan died in 1867. was born Nov.. 1868. 1854. Rag. reside : Mr. July 23. b. 823. that he had any kinspeople. Eva Johnson. and they Rutherford died Jan. Memoranda. m. Caruthers was born May 22. Samuel. Feb. Mildred.. Dec. Sept.* Thomas^ Thomas. 1859. and Mrs. Sept. b. 1S61 . Ragan. Jan. Rosser Saunders Rock.. daughter of Benjamin T. and Thomas. in Starkville. b. 8. luid two children.. m. 1S81 Mr. 1 8. Ind. Sept.. Memoranda. reside Chandler Ave. b. was born Feb. 21... Caruthers . David ^ Jameson RonKRT CoLEMAX [838].. and Mrs. Joh. They reside in Jellico. b. 1883. m.^ Thomas. They resided in Cadiz.\. Eihi'ard M. -'^I''..* David. 3. No. Smilll" Jameson (/"/'" MUton. b. Dec. 1 888. Thomas . Robert Coleman J. Ky.n Rutherforij : 8. 1S57 . b..^ James.. He resides in Memphis. in De Soto Co. H.. 8. 30. Oct. b. Miss. 652 McCallie Ave. Evansville. viz. b. Garrett died. and have four children. 11. 811. Rock children. 1887 Marion B. B. Mr. MolUe Fowlker. 1879 Tyna. i860. Tenn. viz. Enoch . 813. Mrs.

ATS. No. April 21. 1S90. (Smith) JameShe married May 12. She died in infancy.'. Feb. [843].NI WERE: Roi:ert Jameson. Mary Jameson died in 1824.. 1S75. 15. S7cieet. Jean Jameson died Mr. 18. JameMrs. ^''^ died in infancy. Vean McDoiiga//. 1S95. March i. (Smith) JameHe married Jan. 1794. -Mrs. 26. Andrew Jameson. 20. 3. Mr. b. m. Nancy Pearl.. (Smith) Jameson. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mattie Mitchell [839]. b. in Scotland. 1884. No. -Maria Groz'- .^ son of Robert Coleman [807] and Susan C.Jaincs^). born in where they resided. b. No.?"eb. 1848. 1S90. They reside in Garrett.^ John David. b. (Ro/>ert CoIeman. 844. b. i860. ^Violetta Barnes Laidler. b. Jameson married Feb. in Pembroke. April 12. MiLTox SMirii She died in childliood. [845]. was born July 25. Eugene. 1853. Feb. 1779. daughter of Robert Coleman [807] and Susan C. 1S75 RlKY Ella. Ky. No. Ellen EdmOnia ° Jameson (^Robcrt Colcman. [841]. b. 10. 17. Robert Ella y<?. 29. and Mattie ( Kimbrell) O'Brien. [842]. Oct. in Christian Co. 28. was born July 20. 1S93.. 1875. 25. daughter of D. 1S71. He died in boyhood. Oct. THE CHILDREN WERE Georc. [840]. 835. 1S99. was born 1749. 1874^ son. daughter of Robert Coleman [807] and Susan C. THE CHILDRE. 1855."" David. Nov. 1S75. b. Aug.James^). Ca7'e Coats Reyiw/ds.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. Falkirk. 1823.«cj-'). 836. Thomas Leslie. 1SS8. Sweet. b. They Thomas David' Jameson was born April reside in Pembroke.e : John lie died in childhood. 17S1. 837. Dec. Sept. 15. son of George Jameson. RoiiERT. Va. 20.. ' Jameson {Robert Cokman. Ky. 1888.^ John David. Mary (Stee/c) July 17. Ky. 1S72. ^[ay 3. 30. son. May 2S. d. 11. He married Feb. Sam Si'EWAKT. THE CHILDREN WERE: Susie Jameson. Jeiudl H^uiibain:!!.'' /allies. Oct. She married Dec. son died July 6. son of Robert William and Sarah Ann (Pendleton) He was born June 8. Raines. erman. 5. MiNNiK T. She died in childhood." David. Alice K. Ky. Sept. Ky. b. 1781. July 27. Scotland. 26. 4. Ky. widow of Capt.^ Raines. They resided in Alexandria. Isaac Garrett. 1777." David. IlENRlEiTA T. b. Jnne 10. 188S. in Christian Co. Pembroke. and where Mrs. Feb. 1887. m. 1S77. Cave Co. Sept. b. 1S07. [846]. iSgo. She was Sterling.^ John David. 30.. Ei>die. 1777. in Christian Co. 17. m. Geneva O'Brien. 1847. Feb.

Smith. — — — John Jamieson Mr. And. has in his possession a paper which shows somewhat the family of Robert Jameson. May He died in infancy. but " the lassie. gave ble in her my own house at Glasgow.\pril 10. Charles Co. 17S1.— — : l68 THE JAMESONS [847]. Jameson had a brother. resided in Falkirk. -^Elhaheth He died in infancy. and returned in 1774 to Scotland to fulfil a marriage engagement. Ja. b. 846. Jaite Smillr.1862. 17S1. Kidston. Geoki. 17 Octo' 1S15 Mrs. He married Feb. b. Nov. 1807. and a few years after he sailed with his only surviving child. m. Jameson remained in Sterling. Jameson died July Mr. This paper was brought from Scotland by Mr. 1799. Scotland. at Laidler's Ferry. i. Robert Jameson. She was born in 17S9.xandria. This is the spelling found in all tlieir family records for at least two hundred years. was father of Robt Jamieson.. Jameson's son. by all of this branch now living. his grandfather. Scotland. igoo."' This. Charles Jameson. M. Scotland. Marjory was Mrs. April 8.. Virginia. 14. however. then a small boy. ^Oit/i. Margarei' left no family. Ayrshire. \'a. where they resided. b. . Mr. — — S. farmer on about the Carse of Falkirk. ^'a.Sauford. 1779.She died in childhood. Mr. 1796. Feb. Scotland. called on Mr.e [849]. Jamksox spelled his name Jamieson. 1796. John - Jameson {Andrew '). Mr. 2. b. • Memoranda. Alexandria. d. 3. — — Andrew. 1831. & corresponds with me Michael Cooper in Port Glasgow. 1). Dec. Margarkt Jan. Violetta B. who copied it for hiin. Jameson's grandson. was already married. 1S03. my grandfather Thomas— of whom . and the motto " Sine Metu. senior. — a merchant . She died May 7." tired of waiting his return. m. RoiiEKT [850]. Robert Jameson of Alexandria. William Gregory. July. He had another brother. and settled in Ale. April 29. relict me the following account of our ancestry which I wrote down of the minister at as nearly as possi- own words Robert Jamieson.VKV [851]. John Jameson of Largo. Kidston. 23." or ^'Ad liltera tendil. Md." Mr. who was a mason and lived in Falkirk..e [848]. . of Falkirk.. IN AMERICA. Walker and of my informant. 20. Capt. Mother of Robt Smith. who was visit to his native land and by request of Mr. who died unmarried in Ale. and still retained and proudly cherished Mr. found another and was married a few years later. Scotland. Yioklta Banies Laidler. Mrs.. Md. Va. April 29. Steele W.\tinct in Edinburgh.n'net— Mrs. in infancy. Andrew Jameson. The family crest is a ship in full sail farmer and an elder in the Parish of Larbert. Wilson and grandmother of Miss Nackie— who visited at my house about 1S02. 1S24. Jameson came to America when a young man. He was a Jameson's grandfather. 1794. master of a merchant vessel. His wife died in 1781.inne Porta. son of . she recollects but little thinks he died in England had one daugh(illegible) at whose death this branch of the family became e. It reads as follows on a : In Stow. in Sterling. Geiiri. 1795. mason in Falkirk and of Charles & Andrew Jameson the latter of whom still lives. The War of the Revolution being in progress. and an elder in the parish of Larbert had family as follows ter. No. of Mrs. 12. Robert Jameson. 1835.xandria. . his shop in Luckenbooths he was grandfather of Edin' George Farmer. Andrew [844] and Jane (McDougall) Jameson. of ISalliniore. Copied at Largo. She was born in 25. He. Jameson married -Maria Grovermaii. was born Sept. "is from the London College and has been used by Scotch Jamiesons since 1300. for America. it is said. Mrs. The Scotch pronunciation is Jininiyson.

Catharine P. Memoranda. Conn.lis [857]. was born April 29. IVIrs. [859].nce. m. 1843. Catherine Porter Sanford. They resided in Laidler's Ferry. 1849. Mk. Being bitten by a rattlesnake. D. Elizabeth Jameson's mother was a granddaughter of Rev' Dr. Elizabeth Jane Jameson died Sept. D. m. b. in Alexandria.//«„ C. the Potomac. founded Putnam. 1852. 6.THE JAMESONS IN VIROIMA. 10. Mr. to Alexandria. nh Steele. in Alexandria. and died some years since. where he died Nov. John Jay [858]. 1853. 1841. [852].. She died April iS. a grandson of John Leavens the immigrant. who died soon No dotes or names given. [855]. Mr.1 ^//c. wliere he lived. 29. He lived to be ninety years of age. d. May 24. 169 Alexandria. son of Andrew [844] and Mrs. b. Anna R. who was invited to become the first president of Princeton College. 7. when C spies and correspondents from the South first J. 2S. Jameson died April 9. 16. 1862. Jameson died April lo. 9. m. Jameson. ' THE CHlLIMiEN WERE: Andrew Thomas Aug.[854]. Ohio." Indians. 1867. 1865.. 20. now Zanesville. m. He was the grandfather of Mrs. Mrs. D. C. where they resided.vrE Sani-oki. on Laidler's Ferry.Jameson {Andrew '). 15. Jan. thus saving his life. b. but his wife's great fear of the Indians decided him to decline tlie invitation. came witli his father to America. John Leavens. Jameson. andria. 1831. Oct. Ohio. 1833. C. Conn. Jameson married '-Elizabeth Jane Smith. iNFANi. 1825. — Tilt Leavens Geneah^v. Oct.^ £. She was born in 1808. where they resided. in AlexMrs. Jan. 1S52. lived in Killingly. Iiorn in London in 1581. l^nue// Douglas. Sankord [853]. Sept. m. daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth (Watson) Smith. 1779. is about thirty miles below Washington. 1865. . 1796. b. 1862. Robert . Stewart. 21. Charles Co. Watson of Ireland. 1S70. 22. 1827. Va. Mary (Sweet) Jameson. K. was married in Zanesville. Sanford. and during the War for the Union it was a favorite crossing place for Mr. wife was a descendant of Jolui Leavens. Conn. C.. D. b. 1647. 7«//<7 Gilman Boardman. and settled in Roxbury. 1S3S. Md. 1898. and died Sept. No. Maria Jameson survived her husband. Jameson's first Josei'h Leavens. June 5." — His thirteenth and youngest child was Capt. New Jersey. ^m. 1S90. Betlie U'urd Sle-uart. 2. and rode on horseback all the way to Alexandria. 850. Sent. 6. 1899. sailed in llie ship William and Francis for America. Mr. Nov. [856]. D. Mrs. 13. March 11. 14. Mary RoKERT Memoranda. He married Oct. June. 1). Slie died in early life. Margarelta Holmes Johnson. George Wh. and known as " Old One Thumb. 1835. a lad of eight years of age. d.. m. in Killingly. wlio with his wife Elizabetli. Jameson died April 21. emigrated to Ohio. C. She was born Sept. Oct. Nov. b. 1804. Mass. Mrs. he immediately laid his hand on a log and The knoll where this occurred is cut off his thumb with his ax. 17. He lived only three days. still called " Rattlesnake hill. 1863. 1899. whose mother. Jameson's great-grandfather. Mrs. in 1632. Rei'ere.Miin/ock. There were two sons of the marriage.. daughter of Thomas and Esther Williams (Leavens) Sanford. in Alexandria. He was major of the first troop of cavalry called so by the raised in Windham Co. d. Aug. 1824. Va.. who was born July 25. Wilkes Booth crossed over nearer after birth.

and needlessly afraid of the Zouaves. 1825. Sept. 21. Sept. 1854. in Alexandria. b. May 4. Baltimore. C. Mrs.m. April 18. entered Alexandria. 1S72. But still the old flag.AMIESOX. b. She was born May 28.May 30. and the sight of it awakened great excitement along the whole line of Union soldiers. J. 1890. She died in early life. which covered front of the little house. writing from Washington. Aug. 1859. She was born Sept. mentions being a guest at dinner with Dr. 1867. 6. 26. Dec. As they passed they cheered it and saluted it with the music of the bands. Sept. a letter which was published in that paper Thursday.'^ The United States Troops was flung the whole — — : . Lawrenceville. Mr. 10. He died in childhood.. in Baltimore.. Eliza Douglas [862]. i860. Mr. Norman Douglas [864]. They resided some years in Hamill House. 1S69. J. 1840. 1S54. 1861. Eliza Center (^Keith) Douglas. 1861. 1852. 1S60. 1861. in Alexandria. and says " To-day I sat down with him at the residence of the British consul. 1S66. daughter of John D. Oct. 8. 11. b. b. Sept. Charlotte [868]. Va. at daybreak. 27. and Mrs. They resided in Alexandria. 25. 1862. but were residing in 1899 at No. Jan. 8. with its stars and stripes. She died in infancy. b. Jameson died March 5. Jameson married May 24. while the neighbors of the man who dared to display his colors at such a time on the side of the Union were greatly outraged. John Mason [861]. the protectors of their homes. N. 19. May 28. "on Friday. 1S71." there to the breeze at No." The next "Monday.. daughter of William and Mary iCole) Murdock. 1S50. 1861. I ''^24. March 29. i860. He died in childhood. He died in boyhood. 189 Cameron street a large Union flag. He died in infancy. 1855. Memoranda. Jan. 1857 ni. Mary Saulder. Alexander Fridge [863]. He married Nov. b. C. May 31. Md. Sept. He died in childhood. continued to wave in graceful folds untouched. Md. under date of . who was the first to hang out a Union flag at Alexandria. and sent word to him to pull it in or they would tear it down. 1861. May 27. 30. Andrew Andrew [865]. D. ^Louisa Cole Murdock.. June 24. Eliza V. Jan. C. son Qf Robert [850] and Cathawas born August 28. b. Aug. Andrew Jameson ^Robert.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.Andrew^). b. 10 o'clock a. where 28. rine Porter (Sanford ) Jameson. He died in infancy. 1849. 28. 1S53. [866]. 23. 22. . May 25. b. //A' Vowell. in the above letter. Eliza Murduck [869].. where the secession sentiment was very strong and the ladies were exeedingly indignant at the invasion of the Northerners. 1865. 12 17 Bolton St. spondent. It was the first Union flag displayed in Alexandria since the place was entered by the Union troops. Rosencrantz. Jan.. 1S71. b. '^ THE CHILDREN WERE: Robert Douglas [860]. and little by little smaller flags began to appear along the streets of this Old Dominion town. The special war correspondent of the Arte York World. Va. D. Jan. 8. . William Mtrdock [867]. incidentally informs us who it was that had the courage This correof his convictions and dared to stand alone for his Union principles. Eliza Vowell Douglas.

\eter. b. 1852. daughter of John Morgan and Rebecca (Moss) Johnson. H. Louisa Cole Jameson's mother was the daughter of John Cole.' This place she filled for thirteen years. Virginia home and with her two little boys returned to Exeter. 5. These were sad times. D. 14. Andrew Jameson. 23. D. in Exeter. Mrs. She was born Oct. . where she made. 1S27. Mrs. Mass. a large place for herself in the respect and the aflections of the entire household. in Alexandria. in Alexandria. He married Sept. Reeerence. /////li. 2. and the host. D.Alexandria. C. 11.^ Andre7i. A. Margaretta Holmes Johnson.. 1833. 171 War for the Union ended... and character in a memorial discourse preached Thursday. 20. Oct. Vol. 1S94. and in 1S82 in Cambridge. and had a pleasant chat with him. Va. C. Jameson passed her school days in her native town. 1S62. and graduated from Miss Colcord's Seminary for Young Ladies. Both of us have bleached heads and beards. this week... 1836. Jameson then left made a permanent home Abbott. H. Jameson died. 1867. N. Y.. where she remained until her sons were well educated and of an age to care for themselves. the British consul. where Mr. Thursday.Gilmaii Boardman. 1827. 22. H. THE CHILDREN WERE Joseph Boardman [870]. Dec." Robert ^ Jameson (Robert.joo./. Memoranda. with the family of Rev. She was born Feb. 853. They resided in Danville. Her husband died after ten years of happy married life. Nov.i ').. when it became a part of \'irginia. where Mr. Va. until Dr. J. who wrote in 1800 the well-known tune " Geneva.r . Thirty years elapsed. 1 : Catharine Porter [871]. 1895. Thomas Sanford [872J.— "/« Memorhm. married June 5. had not seen him since 1 861. Jameson died in early manhood. He died in infancy. son of Robert [850] and Catharine He Porter (Sanford) Jameson. Oct. N. and two of her four chilThese great sorrows came to her in dren were taken from her about the same time. the Washington war correspondent of the A^eiv i'ork H'orM. was born Oct 9." Mrs. in Edgewater. 6. 31. Robert Oilman [873]. i860./'. 1862.— AV-y i-ffri U'orhl. b. 1S53. 1895. J/. in Alexandria. Edward St. with her own rare spirit and her own choice ways. Va. Xo. b. 23. 12. D.." and who was the author of this remark: " That the battle of Blandensburg tried men's sflles.THE JAMESONS After four years of terrific fighting the IN VIRGINIA.-/. C. 1S61. D. James church in that city. b. iSbi. Thomas SanfOrd ' Jameson {Robert.. and the two younger in Alexandria. J. Dec. N. Edmund C. Jameson died Feb. had never But there has been found on a scrap met since they sat together at dinner in 1S61 Being in N. which was a part of the Columbia until 1847. H.. and his guest. They resided in Alexandria. July 9. . daughter of Joseph and Lydia (Lanison) Boardman. in . Jameson died Sept. 4: No. iS'56. N." RErEREN-CE. on the eve Mrs. District of Exeter and resided for a short time in Worcester. rector of of the Festival of All Saints. August. April 9. Steadman. I. Exeter. I called of paper the following: "Mem". She gave up her the early days of the War for the L'nion. The two older children were born in E. Va.. I on Mr. Mr. was born Jan. Steadman at his office on Broad St. Julia Baarjman Jameson. N. Abbott pays a beautiful tribute to her worth called away to her heavenly home.Andrew^ son of Robert [850] and Catharine Porter (Sanford) Jameson.

whether religious. 1S71. 16. Jameson died Jan. . 14. Aug. Catharine No. in Alexandria. and received only one short furlough of two weeks during the entire war. 1S71. 7. They reside in Alexandria. Va. b. and served them faithfully in large and important trusts until the call was made on Louisiana for state troops for the Civil War. b. to which he gave his close attention until within a few years of his death. 1S70." "Brother Jamieson was a man of intelligence. Brother Jamieson at once enlisted in the 5th company of the renowned Washington Artillery. b. 22. He soon became the confidential clerk of the firm. [877]. She died in early life. never captured. At the age of eighteen lie removed to the city of Xew Orleans to commence his business life.mesox ' was reared in a home of piety and culture. and entered the service of one of the most prominent and influential wholesale commission firms of the city. At the close of the war he settled in Alexandria and took up his old line of business as a commission merchant.a. in Bluefield.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Georse Willis^ Jameson {Robert. b. Sept. Va. No. b. June 5. he faithfully served his city and her citizens. March S. b. and INIary Wilson (Sherrard) Stewart. C. Sept. Eleanor Bell IVilsoii. 21. 1S77. 1838. 805 Prince St. i. industry. D. 2. .^ Andreiv'^). Mr. His record is remarkable and marvelous he was engaged in twenty-four fiercely contested battles. Va. Julv 21. Dec. She was born Oct. W.s. 31. March 21. . b. m. In various ways. 858. John Jay^ Jameson (Robert.- the chilprex were: Mary Sherrard Bessie Stewart [881]. He married Oct. 1845. April 18.Andrew [876]. Bettie Ward Stewart. was born Jan. Young Jamieson soon revealed to them his willingness to measure up to their standard this brought to him the confidence of the firm and yielded him rapid promotion. 1899. and met the requirements of his office with entire satisfaction to the representative or her Majesty's Government. . 1865. 1S73. 1870. son of THE CHILDREN WERE: John Stewart Willis [879]. .. Stetcarf. . [882]. and for many years previous to his death was British Vice-Consul at the Port of Alexandria. '" Gerardstown. Andmi>^\ son of Robert [850] and Catharine Porter (Sanford) Jameson. he was never wounded. Memoranda. and firmness. D. 1S67. 1872. THE CHILUKEX WERE: KoliERT [874]. in Alexandria. She died in'infancy. 7. 16. 2. W. His activities were not confined to his special business. Alexandria. Catharine . She was born March 15. Robert [850] and Catharine Porter (Sanford) Jameson. 17. 1SS6. in which he served with conspicuous gallantry. b. Julv 4. 1S73. Oct 22. 1893. Va. in Gerardstown. was born Aug. and Mary Wilson (Sherrard) Stewart. Aug. . 1S6S . This firm set a high standard for its employees. d. W. civil. He married Oct. integrity. She died in girlhood. 1S91. Aug. or political. 25. Anna R. 6. and in early life became a member of the Presbyterian clnirch in his native city. Va. 1839. Aug. 857. daughter of John \V. J.. daughter of John \A'. Sanford [880]. Mk. Sept. Rebecca Mmss [875]. [878]. He died in infancy. 1835. 1S70. 1S76. 1S72. They resided No. . C. d. 10. 1S71. Berkley Co. b. Dec.

1899. He was a charter He was member of Alexandria Council. and unselfish. and was the Special Delegate of the Grand Council of \'irginia to th. 627. 1S98. it is supposed that he laid down his pen from sheer inability to use it. . generous. elected Grand Regent in 1895. April 8. He gave himself to this toil and summoned to its aid all the ardor and faithfulness peculiar to his strong nature. On Saturday. He was true to evei_v trust coinmitted to him by his fellow-man. and awoke in tliree short hours to his immortal rest. appointed on the Standing Committee of Laws in 1887.THE JAMESONS IN VIRGINIA. 1885. No. AV jAMEiOX. He found the Councils of that stnte in great need of what only toil could bring. January 21. sympathetic. in May. which was instituted Dec. conscientious. 18S1. to seek rest for his bodv. after a day of toil. "And here he fell in the discharge of his duty. as Deputy Supreme Regent for West \'irginia. 2. As a Royal Arcanumite he was true and faithful in every position he was called to fill by his comrades. and reelected in 1896. He was admitted a member of the Grand Council of Virginia. 1897. " His work culminated in his appointment by Supreme Regent Schryver in October.e twentieth anniversary celebration of tlie Order in Boston.

daughter of Edward W. she was chosen chairman of its board of managers. his head. a pure philanthropist. Jameson is a graduate of Johns Hopkins Universitv. 22. son Andrew [S52] and Eliza Vowell (Douglas) Jameson. ig. N. Mary Sr/ti/i/er. Lawrenceville. 863.^ Atninia^). iSgg. Va. and one by one lie down Upon our mother In earth with thee.May 7. Jameson has been Regent of the Trenton.' " Memory OF JOHN J. and as a token of our esteem we will dedicate a memorial page in our records to his memory and insert in our printed proceedings a lithograph likeness of our departed brother. was for the Order he dearly loved and Of John J. Nov. J. 'Mrs. He THE CHILDREN WERE: Edml-nd Scudder Louisa [884]. Mr."' . She was born March 12. a loving father. No. a good citizen. Thus his last days were given to the service of the Royal Arcanum the very best work of liis heart. Member of Alexandria Council. was born March 1S57. 627. .pp. 41. His fame shines bright and clear. Alexander FrulSe'' Jameson {Amirew. thy faith. thy love shall Oit lie memory's page all bright and clear. 11. 75-77. Thy name. iSgi). b. 1SS5. June [883]. Ta. i. he kept the faith. we loho stay To work a little longer here. and .Master in Latin. iSJ>6. and still fills the position in the Lawrenceville School." References. a true friend.^ Robert.174 '• THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. April — Published Proceedings Richmond. his hand. Memoranda.i. They reside in Lawrenceville. and Louisa (Drake) Scudder. 185S. And when o'erwearied by the toil Of life our heazy limbs shall le We 'II come. his pen.u . JAMIESON. go. b. He was elected in 1S84 . That in the death of Brother John J. Charter Elected Grand Regent of Virginia.. 3. 10. Jamieson this Grand Council mourns the one of its most heloved and useful members. and a zealous member of our order. iS. N. a devoted husband. in Trenton. married Aug. 6a.-{icaiiuiii of ]'ir-iiu.-VxDREW Douglas [885]. therefore be it . No. and while we shall never again meet him in our Council chamber. : "Resolved. Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution.. yet from loving hearts we can truly say: loss of • ' We 7/ not forget thee. 1895. b. She is also secretary of " The New Jersey Society of Colonial Dames. Janiieson it can be truly said He was served with unflinching devotion. He fought the fight. Died January " 1895 and 1S96.SSg. Roy. J. in Alexandria. J. which held its first public meeting May 2. J. His memory lives iti loving hearts. N. 0/ the Grant Council. 21. Oct. of 29. Which will ei'er hold it dear. 1S95. N. zSSS.

1889. [8go]. b. of Joseph BoardlUail 'JailieSOIl [T/iomas Sanford-.b. Eleanor Bell Wilson. New business with the house of Abegg & Rusch. b.And/vw^). J. N.'^ Robert. Julie i. She was born Feb. b. 1S87 Edward AiinnTX [88g]. Alexandria.iP . June 27. BoAKDMAN [888]. She was born Nov. son Thomas Sanford [853] and Julia (Boardraan) Jameson. He married Sept. 878. son of Willis [857] and Bettie ^^'ard (Stewart) Jameson. Va.. 92 and 94 York City. Dr. graduated in 1891 from the Ken: tucky School of Medicine. H. Jameson graduated in 1SS3 from the Potomac . 9.meson St. 90. 1867. 1885. i. 1S91. was born July 9. 1SS5. in Exeter. . Memoranda. I. Mr.. 28. N.?. 1SS4. They reside in Edgewater. Pa. tlie others were born in Edgewater. 1S83. J. from iSgi to 1803 house surgeon. R. They reside in No. daughter of Joseph and Eleanor Schureman (Throckmorton) Wilson. J. was born Sept. Nov. Y. N. Va. N. George Jolni Stewart'' Jameson \Georgc IVH/is. Trenton. daughter of Pardon H. Edith Aug. No. N. in Philadelphia. in Alexandria. 8. Louisville.inia lioard of Pharmacy. 26.\. Ji iS. J. licensed in 1S87 by Yiri. 1S51. . LDREN WERE RoiiERT [886].: La\vrexce\-ille School Grounds.Academy.Roh-rt. and Edith (Holt) Derby. 1S93. Robert and Philip Starr were born in New York is in City. He married April 18.' Memoranda. July 19.. Kv. 1853. St. in Warren. N.Andrew'^). 213 South Clinton avenue. 1868. Ida Elizabeth 'Derby. Grand • J. I'Hil.Stakr [887]. b. 22. Lawrexceville. JiiSEPH d.

in Culpeper. Ja. Aug. James P. 17S6. b. Mary [895]. [9. 111. N. Htrain DoiillieJ. Oct.. 1866. m. J. He died in infancy. 1S57. 1855. She was born in 1753. John [897].. Anna Orear. Mr. peper. 17S2. .. m. McCor. Dec. Jameson [891] and his brothers and sisters above named were the cliildren of Ale.resided in Monticello. m. William Drear [896J. where 21. Va. i. J. Alexander B. 1782. Mr. Sarah MARCVREr [903]. b. 1S24.Sept. Jan. Mollie and Bettie Jameson. 1S43. Oct... and resided near Charlottesville. 7. Jameson died Dec.. m. James P. born June 12. was born Dec. 21. Va. Jameson died in 1834. and Mrs. Mary Fr. THE CHILDKEN WERE: E. July 9. m. . They resided in Culmarried Margaret Orcar. N. m. 1839. . William Jameson [152]. George [168]. They resided in Montgomery Co. 28. F'. b. b. 1S17. Lonh Doiithed. 1S52. Ky. Eliza [899]. for Alexander Jameson had a son.N-OCH [892]. 7.me. d. . settled in 1893 in Trenton. d. 19.Ale. Y. came from Virginia at an early day into Bath Co. He died in earlv manhood. and Mrs. 1827. Catherine Cottiiis. Doolev. Benjamin F. Harvey Daniet. and two sisters. Memoranda. Aniui Orear. 1S26.NOCii E. Va. where Mr. MeCormack. parentage unknown. who had a son. b. 9. 1825. Albemarle Co. m.. [907]. to Montgomery Co. Jameson's brother.meson No. 896.. Charlotte [894]. 1853. Mr. 1830. daughter of John and Sallie Orear. son of Benjamin [891] and Margaret (Orear) Jameson. Jameson died May THE CHILDREN WERE: John Henry Jan. \'a. Yoiikers.MV [900]. Sept. [904].Sept. It is not improbable that these were all the children of . Ky.Meri am [gd6]. Elisha While destitute of positive proof. Jane 7.. that Mr. AND Mrs. Jameson had two brothers. and also of the Medical Association of \e\v .xAXDER Ja. and he had a son George who had a son. Mr. 17.. William Jameson. THE JAMESONS . Dooley died. the Mercer County Medicil Society. 146. Margaret Bryant. Ky. who appears in the preceding chapter. 891. there is a possibility that Benjamin Jameson. who emigrated from Virginia at an early day to Bath Co. 25.\ni us [902]. N. where Mrs.. May 14. Fan. [146]. 19. 1S14. Betsey [893]. [une 12.1^6 Jolin"s Hospital. Mrs. i&iT.mack resided in Camargo. No. as above staled. b.\„ [908]. Joseph Sn. Dec. iSig. 1S52. since 1894 lie He is a member of has been visiting surgeon of Mercer Hospital. He BCIlJiUllill JaillPSOII. Memoranda. in 1S15.01]. d. David [898]. who And it appears resided in Bath Co. b. 1S22: m. A. Dec. William Orear' Jameson (Benjamin^). Trenton. 1S43. June 12. Ky. Feb.-Vpril 30.. Jersey. William Orear Eliza . 3. b. 1835.ith. IN AMERICA.'cander Jameson Ky. MeCormaek. m. No. 1862.. Jameson died. Dec. in Culpeper.. May 20.son removed in 1813 from Culpeper. Mr.. m. Betijamiii Franklin Dooley. 27. b. 1872. June 12. Dec. He marShe was ried Feb. 1S13. 19 1897. [905]. Ky. Elizaketh . and the brothers and sisters of Thomas Jameson [151]. was born in Virginia. iS. William and James Jameson. Va.

[913]- James [914]. in 1835. Mo. m. was born Dec. 1S14.John Henry'' J<imeson {IVUUam On-ai-. Elizahetii Jameson. ni. - Plucbe Fcnoell. Ky. 1S97.. Mr. and was born in 1763... N. Pleasant Jameson. . prior to 1S7S. thf. [g2i]. [926]. daughter of William Orear [S96] and Anna (Orear) Jameson. 913. 24. He died in early life. J. ^ Rccd . I'tARL [gig].4rmstrcng. Mary Fr. Jameson died in 1816.Benjamin^). William Wallace [923].arel '3 [924]. William Jameson.^ Jameson {Benjamin FrankHn. Geiikge [gi6J. fames . was born June 12. •' Baird \ m. in Montgomery Co. Catharine Collins. THE Al. 1S39. Margaret Bryant. THE CHILDKEN WERE. CIIILDRE. came in of Scotch parentage. Janifs Tcmpleton. 1884. Va. A. Ky. Armixa Jameson. m.i McCurdv\ m. Mary Jameson. >Z«r. 1839. of James and She was born near Newark. ^Louisa Lia. [925]. Zi-AV [gi8]. He mAxx\e<i Margaret Harper. No.zaiietii [915].nnces'' {IVUHam Orear. to 1784 THE CHILDREN WERE: .Sarah Carr [922]. William was a son of B. Ky.. El. James KRrRic. son of William Orear [896] and Anna (Orear) Jameson.^ Benjamin'^). m. Tlioinas Ilniuie: d. . He married Aug.N WliUE: ELENORA Lottie [QIi]. Harvey Jameson. [912]. They resided in Ohio Co. land. Benjamin Franklin [904] and Margaret (Bryant) Jameson. Kenjamin [gi7].Benjamin'^). where Mr. in Belfast.. Harvey Daniel.\nna Jameson.er (Wallace) Harper. in Montgomery Township. childken were. in Ky. ni. Benjamin Franklin'' Jameson {ivi/nam Orear. They settled in Virgil City. Mary David Samuel Harper Marc.^ William Orear. They resided in Jeffersonville. A2iUg\\t. d. Carrie (IVclhs) AhCov. son of William Orear [S96] and Anna (Orear) Jameson. He married.•5 Mitlir 1S4-. IreAmerica. the children were: William 1!. Columbus Jameson. . JAMKS m. -Mrs.Benjamin^).. 21.E Jameson. m Mav 26. Cedar Co. Samuel Jameson. 19..( Ann Welles. liETTiE [910]. m. No. He was born. 1822... Cioss. 'Feb. m. 1817. 904. 1843. prior to 1S7S. 920. m. No.EXANI>ER [909]. She married June 12. Jameson died Jan. May 15. [927].

Four of his si.\KY [929] Memoranda. D. Louisa. In a letter dated May 23.teres. Margaret. had such Mrs. was born in Ohio Co. Samuel H.mes Harper. Mr. A... Pa. Jameson's father. who was a descendant of Sir Willia. was born Sept. Margaret. of the second mairiage. : M. No. and one of his three sisters was Saiali. Jane.. sons for Sir William Wallace. 923.S'. Jameson's sons. residing in West Alexander. Ireland. son of . Va. . married ^Louisa Lea. son of Samuel [920] and Margaret (HarAleCurdy. in the Southern and Western states. 12.'\rmstrong in i S78 was a widow.inie had one child. and his wife was a member of the PresbyThey both were very earnest Chiistians. of the first marriage.. '- THE children WERE Ti'HN [928]. There were no children of the third and fifth marriages.. he \\rites: The private papers of .m Wallace. Slie was born in Coshocton. Sarah farr' Jameson (. and W'itliatii. and settled on a farm of two hundred and forty . William Wallace. was born in Ohio Co.rrv. John. Mrs. Mary. a daughter. » Va. and ' -Cross. writes as follows : Mr. and living in No. is correct so far as it goes. Air. but the record. Williain. who. He married ' per) Jameson. lacking dates. a three children who died young. garet (Harper) Jameson. 1763. it is said. foH. the youngest of ten children. Jameson w. Ja. one of his brothers. Jameson was a member of the English Episcopal church.a.. H. 111. Jol:/:. in Ohio Co. daughter of Dr. Ti-mpletcii. Baird. one of Mr. He hail a son. and settled near him in Ohio Co. A.7OT//t'/i). and a son. David. came to America about 1800. in a brief sketch of his father's family.as daughter. who settled. Elisha McCiirdy. who was the only child living in 1S78. Jameson was : We were left orphans when the oldest child was only twelve years of age.178 THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. Jameson named one of her a hard time fighting the Catholics in Scotland.Sanuiel [920] and Mar- He garet (Harper) Jameson. and Mrs. daughter of Sanmel [920] and MarShe married James the children were: Pf. Lea. terian church. My father was born in Belfast. 1S78. He married a Miss Wallace. immigrant. Va. * They resided Miller. VAsirn. 1806. where they died. with Robert Bruce. the champion warrior. Memoranda. JaiUe. Va. Margaret . Va. LvDiA..Jameson ^Samucn). of Scotch parents. of the fourth marriage. and came to the United States. and died prior to 1878.. No.arper Jameson. Jieed. 922.S' Jameson ('S''?w«^/0. on the old homestead in Ohio Co. in Ohio Co. Mr. when a young man came from Scotland and settled in New Jersey.v Jameson. and Mary. Mrs. 1784. Springfield.\ brothers were: yohii.Samuel Jameson. A'a. yaiiies. viz. 1893. }!cn>y. 921. were stolen just before his youngest son became of age. D. He had cliildren.

in Pecatonica. under date of April. Mr. 1846. [948]. Jameson died Feb.Martin.Ann [942]. Jonathan Francis. b. III. in Hanover. Apr. was residing in Springfield. letter which he received. Lura Aim JfW/t')-.] Lura . iSSo. Va. 1S40. [946]. Feb. son of Samuel [920] and Margaret (Harper) Jameson. IN VIRGINIA. III. resided in Peoria. Va. who wrote that he was a son of Samuel [ameson's oldest sister. William Wallace Jameson. Jameson. in 1784. in his letter of 1S78 his son-in-law.Caroline (^Welles) MiCoy. [934]. June 3. Lewis had two References. Va. 111. Oct. Mayo and No. b. Margaret Armstrong Mary Frances [943]. 111. in Decatur. 1820.. 1S43.. Samuel HiLPAH [933]. p. writes a very friendly letter Hon. 1884.. Louisa Jameson died. 1S73. was born in Ohio Co.. was born in Ohio Co. daughter of Chester and Polly (Case) Welles and widow of James Bryce McCoy. They resided in Wheeling. in 1899. and Mrs. ijy.— 77/c' IVelles children. Caroline Jameson died Sept. Mr. Jameson married May 26. 111. in Hanover. who wrote this letter to his cousin. Margaret ' Jameson (>S'(?w//'c/^). l^^^'J Catherine Wood-warJ.. viz Tiie : lifary and /da. 24. of Chicago. No. Farmington Prairie. 111. Jessie Virginia [947. Lucy Helen [940]. [945].v. Samuel Harper 1843. 11. 29. in 1878. 1849. daughter of Chester and Polly (Call) Welles. 926. 181S. 7. speaks of his son. George Welles Jameson. Caroline Belle Henry Weed [944]. 187S. in Peoria. Lewis. Mrs. 1848. in 1S60. [932]. b. Mrs. Jameson married . Charles Albert [936J. and that he was five years old and present at the wharf when his uncle. 925. 1839. set sail. She was born June 26. Mr. ni. to Judge Jameson of Chicago. as engaged in a large business in Peoria. where Mrs. d. m. 111. Caroline Adella [937]. Family. Ohio. was then in his eightieth year and residing with Mr. Ohio. iSy. Elton Families. Memoranda. Peoria. June 14. resides in Clinton. seven miles west of Springfield. June 3. Robert . 111. Samuel J»meson. 1S47. 1865. Lulu [938]. in sight of the coast of Scotland. William Wallace [935]. 179 Mr. Charles A./%(i'/v Vowell.THE JAMESONS Ohio. to Mr. 111. about l85o. from an elderly gentleman by the name of Jonathan Francis. ' ]^t''S. Alice Susan [941]. John A. and mentions his Scotch ancestry and his He mentions also a father's birthplace in Ireland. Mrs. //. the children were: They Malona Louisa [931]. Jameso. '' THE children WERE: George Welles [939]. Memoranda. They resided on a farm 19. 111. (Harper) Jameson. Jameson. Lura Ann Jameson died Jan. April 30. b. for America. Phcebe Jameson. Jameson. the eldest son. i. She was born July 23. B. b. He married May 15. Samuel Harper" Jameson (Samuel^). daughter of Samuel [920] and Margaret She married 'Jiimes Ann- . p.

of died Jan. in St. in Middlesex James Jameson. Nancy Jane.-j.V/«'. IT. and Herbert B. Thomas Lee of the colony of Virginia.V. be bound to hire till he comes to age. and carry him to ofilice to have indentures for that purpose. Caroline (McCoy) Jameson.7 Hist.iu. III. and sister of Richard Henry Lee. Peoria. son of wiiiiam Wallace [923] and Mrs. Martin Luther. daughter of Gov. THE children WERE: Ai. an active business man and prominent citizen of Peoria. 1S74. 111." John Jameson.. Magazine.i.Ri \ViH. James Jameson [736] Memoranda.1 \M [951]. 953. graduated in 1897 from Prince- Wr. Ja. &. " That these United Colonies are and of right ought tolxfree and independent states. Alary Catherine Woodward. " Upon petition of John JameThat Ned Anderson.iSo strong. who died 1736. was born June 3. Armstrong died prior to 1S7S. They resided in West Alexander. Thomas.x Co. Chaklks Cheney [952]. Pa. III. Vol. 17. N.. a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the author of the famous motion of June 7.mesox is ton University.. born it is son ordered : Reference. in Rock Island. Feb. J. March 20.i. No. 1SS6.— r/. 131. Sept." . W March 24.^fiQ^i. Chailes Albert ' Jameson ( /-F/7//(i'OT jraihu-e. He may have Anne's Parish. 1873. 1720. Feb. 17. 1776. 209 North Monroe St.Sumiui^).— 77. Ya./'. b. Samuel Jameson. May 31. H.«' Mayo and ElUm Fainilits. p. III. Reference. James. 18S2. 1719. 1S75. 1842. Lieutenant Jameson married ComcHa Lee. She was born July 4. He died in infancy. His two older sons. 1SS2. Lura Ann. 14. Jameson.. Address. Va. Hkkkiki I!|.p. 1847. daughter of William Edward and Mary Jane (Mayo) Woodward. Mary. iih' Welles. 955. Mr. /_. He married April 30. b. 1).YY. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.. No. James Jameson been the father Essex Co. No. Virginia.. William.V. Va. and that he teach him to read and the trade of a tanner. 3. b. Co. They reside in Peoria. I'a.— Records of MiddUse.i>i im-rson [950]. pAii II 1. ^" Wheeling. Albert W. 42g.vniE. Memoranda. Albert Woodward Jameson since his graduation has been engaged in teaching.wARD [949].. Harriet Newell. a free negro boy.

N. d. 16. and probated Aug. Thomas R. Vol. Jameson. John Bruce' Sar. Dec.. Va." legacy shall go to . — The Doty Family. Va. m. d. . p. 10.//S. No. She married Sept. 1761. II. p. p. Doty died May 18. daughter John and Margaret Thoroughgood. Pa. when he arrives at the age of twent)'-one years. They resided in Norfolk. d.— 7»f Lee Family of Virginia. 17S4.. p. Jameson married Maj. daughter son. 956. jo6. the sum of eighty pounds of current money. b. Feb.THE JAiNIESOXS IN VIRGINIA. 1833. 1760.. gi. The will was dated June 24. and Mrs.. aud after 1783 in Garrard Co. Betsey Gordon. j6y. m. Niel Jameson of Norfolk. who became General Armistead. Va. Nothing is known to the of writer of his ancestors or his descendants.\h. in 1755. Memoranda. but he outlived the suspicion. Jexe. He was a merchant and prominent citizen. RCbfCCa JuineSOn. — Vol. Virginia History and Genealogy. 23. Va. . in Middlesex Co. — Virginia Jamesons No. K)^ 19. Rkfekfnck. may have been tlie son of Thomas and Jane (Irwin) Jameson [503]. Va. I. July 19.azine. married Pembroke Thorotighgood. If he die or by any means should recover the land which now belongs to my said nephew. b. . in Hyattsville. Ky.. pp. Sept. and gives to " Samuel Heath Jameson. Doty died May 4. 17S2. 957. S. 17SS. No. 1S3S.. 29. jj/. He was born Jan. Elizabeth Jane Traylor. son of Isaac and (Reyno) Doty. pp. as a possibility. N. pp. m. then this . Jameson's Dictionary of United States History. when his parents and three of their children were massacred. Charles. Virginia Hist. Thomas Jameson. Doty's father. p. John. Standard. 1827. 1786. Mrs. VI. Richmond. New Series. References. Samuel Heath Jameson is mentioned in the will of Mrs. Leeanna (Jones) Lee. Mai. m. Vol. 15. 21. 1740. and upon his death Mrs. C. Johnson's Cyclopedia. ijj : Hist. 1 1. Collections. 1775. References. who escaped with liis brother John from Marsh Creek. /(V/« ZJfV)'. They resided in Burke Co. June ii. . b.^ Riihard^). of the parish of Wicornico. IV. : April 22. John Thoroughgood Jameson. 177S. 181 Lieutenant Jameson was of the United States Navy. b. Feb. 95S. SS. They had a son. 28. . jj3. 366. 1S65. into \'irginia. Lewis Armistead. April 22. Ann. This is merely conjecture. Charles Jones. Mr. July l6. 17S1 m. second wife and widow of Charles'' Lee (Char/es^. 1831. At one time he was suspected of being a loyalist. b. n-16: 'The in America. was one of fourteen persons who constituted the committee of Norfolk. county of Northumberland. Vol. Vol. Mr. of Thomas and Martha (Robinson Jame) probably in Rockbridge Co. J.. 1S67. by the Indians. Sarali Ciimlv. References. was born July THE CHILDREN WERE AZARIAH.ovston. March 17. Oct. 4. Va. 1S17.

b. b. He became a naval and from his appointment in iSii as midshipman from the District of Columbia. 1856. in 1791 in Virginia. Mrs. iSi9. Mo. jog. COR.DREN Co. 6.. Va. Va. 1837. Margaret Ellen. retired list. 962. 7. -"lin. 1S35. No. which was dated Nov. married James Chiles Miisick. Richard Baxter. b. Louis. July i6. William Jameson.THE JAMESONS No. 1873. i! b. 1S30. John Mason was born in 1764 and (Murray) Mason. Hon.^/f/o«'j CydopeJia of Ameriain Biography. of Frederick Co.to divide his real estate equally between his sons. No. 1S53.— /i/. William Jameson was born officer."b. 1S44. the commisSubsequently he was placed ont he sion of commodore in the U. with others whom he calls " my friends. twelve miles southwest of St. Eliza Horsey. Balvei* Jameson was nominated. 1862. and received. in Alexandria. Kate. Phoebe Jameson. Musick died in 1857.\ELIA. He was born Mr. Jameson John and JNIaria married Catherine Eliza Mason. 1S33 Charles Edwix. William Lee and John Lee. b. p. 15. p. —Lee Fmnily of Virginia. daughter of Hon. and his daughter. and probated Nov. b. Thomas Sim Lee. Mrs. Musick WERE . Vol. b. Ill.. from Rockbridge died in 1864. Henrv. died in 1824. Rkkerknce. 960.. No. Reference. 1S40. 961.. son of Col. navy. in 1803 in Florisant. and died Oct. Ji-LiA Ann. CecilillS IN AMERICA. S. he rose by promotion. David and Prudence (Whiteside) Musick." in the will of Gov. ^ ^r . 400. Md. d.

William Boyd of Macasky to His Excellency the Right Honourable Collonel Samuel Suitte. 4. and tu assure His Excellency of our sincere and hearty Inclinations to Transport ourselves to that very excellent and renowned Plantation. Ministers. Inhabitants of y-' North of Ireland. who came from the nortli of Ireland with a large company of immigrants. and among these signatures appear the following " I rule am Ja ''Jo/in Ja The former doubtless was the William Jameson who. England. Governor of New are underwritten. landed in Falmouth. Gentlemen. is well preserved in a frame under glass. with signatures undersigned. New England. and landed . Farmers and Trade<. our Names as C/rr/.mesons in Maine. William Boyd.xcELLENCY. It reads as follows : To His E. where he of The Ja. luitler liis Prudence shall direct. The Rev. To the eastward they are found in New Brunswick. dispatched a commissioner. the Reverend Mr. with a memorial addressed to the governor of Massachusetts Bay. in the late autumn of 171S. Narrative. They are the descendants of a common ancestor. saw the Governor in person. This commissioner sailed for America. Wash. among whom was William Jameson.: THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. This original memorial to Governor Samuel Shute. 1718. settled and became the ancestor .men Commissionate and appoint our trusty and well beloved Friend. and in the names of many others our Neighbours. whose names. and hangs on the walls of the library of the New Hampshire Historical Society. The above memorial was signed by three hundred and twenty-two persons. Me. known as Scotch this Irish. and brought back word favorable to the proposed expedition. The Jameson's in Maine have become very numerous and widely scattered. dated March 26. and to the westward in Port Gamble. Doe in our own names. N. with his family. H. 17 iS. William Jameson. the Right Honourable Collonel Samuel Suitte. in Concord. upon our obtaining from his Excellency suitable incouragement And further to act and Doe in Wk. Governor of New England. Before setting out on adventure to the New World these people.'\ug.. Dom. ijiS. with many kind words of encouragement and welcome from His Excellency. in Boston. our hands this 26''' day of March Annoij.

at a place known as Purpooduck. province of Ulster." Falmouth.." sent a petition to the General Court in Boston. Me. McDonald. . They were of Scotch descent their ancestors were of a colony from Argyleshire. Conn. " The Neck" in Falmouth was incorporated July 4. They were of rigid Presbyterian stock. however. Those of yohii Armstrong. and the sons of William Jameson. they returned as far as Falmouth and dropped anchor in Casco Bay. which she held. a Covenanter. The inhabitants of the town. 4. County of Tyrone. they determined to spend the winter there. who crossed over and settled in the north of Ireland. and whose descendants emigrated in 1776 to Wyoming Valley.xception of about three years. with the view of finding some favorable place for permanent settlement. reembarked for Boston. so taking their vessel up the river and making her secure. in their sympathy for the destitute strangers arrived amongst them. therefore. where three of his grandsons were tiiassacred by the Indians. where they located. inhabitants. and the local historian says of them: "These became valuable Giles. a few families who remained in Falmouth. IVilliam : : Mr. where they arrived April 11. and soon were joined by their families. and William Jameson. The first meeting of the inhabitants to organize the town of Falmouth after its .. now Portland harbor. Falmouth. Mass. Me..xcellenry Governor Shute returned a favourable reply. 17 19. and became the first settlers of Londonderry. and removed with his wife and children. It proved a winter of want and suffering: their own provisions failed. with the e. and themselves not being "so well furnished as that they were able to supplv them. viz." connected by a ferry-boat. province of Massachusetts Bay. Armstrong's daughter. as Portland. for Falmouth was then a part of the province of Massachusetts Bay and. until the final separation in 1820. who married Mr. On arrival in America these brothers sought and found homes in different sections of the country. and then sailed up the Merrimack river as far as Haverhill. The cold weather coming on. who signed the above memorial. among come. in Falmouth.184 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. N. the men journeyed inland into the wilderness some miles to a place called Nutfield. William Jameson and his family were of the twenty families from among the large number landed in Boston who chartered a brig and a few weeks later sailed to the eastward. Ireland. in Boston. and the inhabitants had neither shelter nor fuel sufficient for so large an accession to the population. "they pray that the Court would consider their desolate circumstances by reason these poor people arrived amongst them and take speedy and effectual care for their supply. across from " The Neck. an account of which may be found in another part of this And volume. Robert Means. the latter was no doubt the identical John Jameson who was found later in Milton. Pa. was within the province of Massachusetts Bay. and settled in Omagh. They voyaged along the entire coast of Maine. They put up log cabins. Jolin and William Jameson were said to be brothers. Scotland. still remain amongst us."' and accordingl}' five shiploads of immigrants from the north of Ireland arrived Aug. to VoUintown." And upon this application the General Court ordered " That one hundred bushels of Indian meal be allowed and paid for out of the public treasury for the poor Irish people mentioned in the petition y With the coming of the spring the greater part of those who had wintered at Purpooduck. and their descendants Pi'RPOODUCK w^as on the south side of the Casco river. and probably never met each other again. Me. 1719. in the spring of 1726. 1786. John and William Jameson. were doubtless those who arrived in Boston in response to Governor Shute's invitation to for it appears that "His E. They proceeded only to Newburyport. staked out their lands. 171S. who fled with his family from Scotland in 1685. for the government of Massachusetts came into the possession of the ancient province of Maine as far as to the eastern bounds of Falmouth in 165S. they established themselves as well as they could on the south shore of the Casco or Fore river. where he spent the remainder of his life. H. where they landed April 2. but the season getting late. There were.. Leaving their families.

Among one liundred and tliirty-eight persons admitted as inliabitants in 1727 one was William Jameson. Rekkrknces. No.f/7//. Mass. daughter of William Tyng. 18. and Samuel Cobb was chosen deacon. Smith had the best house provided in the town.^' Thomas Smith was ordained their pastor the same day and made this entry in the church records " We are the first church that ever was settled to the eastward of Wells . 12." and three months on the north side of " Back Cove. and about thirty communicants were present. Johti ArinstrcDis. Smith should preach every thii'd Sunday on the south side of Fore river. The dividing line between the two parishes of Falmouth passed up the Fore river to a point half a mile south of Slroudwater river. 185 incorporation was held Alarch 10." Mr. Jr. 1734. Mr. where he resided for several years." the paper being put on with nails. of W'oburn." The church held its first meeting July 10. IVilliam PorterfielJ. and nine men subscribed to " Thomas Smith. 1760. Mr. son ofWilUam Jameson. the Covenant. Jan. VVillinill^ Jameson. A chmxli was organized in the town March 8. In the church and parish of Purpooduck there was a strong element of Presbyterianism the Scotch-Irish immigrants were all of this sect. Rev. pp.. e.r [964]. Means.[965]. and Williaiii yeiiiisoii. Williatii Jameson. Thomas Haskell. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper was celebrated for the first time by this church : Aug. was born about 1675. Province of Maine. April i. He married in the county of Antrim./..382-35. and installed Nov. as of historic interest to his numerous and widely scattered descendants. . and settled in Purpooduck. A. Falmouth. At the time of his settlement it was arranged that Rev.x months on "The Neck.— . . Robert Thorndike. 10. and voted to build a meeting: house." and at times the sectarian feeling in Purpooduck parish manifested itself with great violence. 4. Jameson died after 1728. and in 17 18 emigrated with his family to New England in America. and Joseph White. 1727. 01. Me. Robert Means. Mary [966]. to keep school si. thence due west to Scarborough. 963. 20. where he continued to reside to the end of life. and accordingly members of the First Church living on " John Armthat side of Fore river were dismissed to form a second church. 1705. strong.r' //is/0. and others there were in whom " the fires of the old faith and discipline of John Knox still freshly burned. He married Sept. Esq. Mr.AKF. and in 1740 was the only liouie which contained a " papered-room.. Mass. Martin.326. Me. Mr. 1727. Ireland. Bayley probably came from Newbury. It is said 1728. /. viz. to accommodate the people living tliere. m Grhzel Poilerson. Isaac Sawyer. This subsequently was the boundary of Cape Elizabfeth.^.//-. 1733. THE CHILDREN WERE: MAKc. that Rev. Province of Ulster. Mrs. He was hired in 1733 on a salary of £yo. Sarah Tvng.: THE JAMESONS IN ^rAINE." The new parish of Purpooduck held their first meeting Sept. Smith was a graduate in 1720 of Harvard College. viz. William Gyles. Armstrong. 173S. in Purpooduck. b. 1727. m. April 3. in the vicinity of Leith. and they could not easily lay aside the convictions in which they had been educated and severely disciplined..r of Portland. county of Edinburgh. Scotland. Robert Means. Jameson. 1719. Robert Bayley was the first teacher employed. Benjamin Allen was chosen as their minister. Jonathan Cobb. Samuel Cobb. 1727.363. Jameson died after 1734." three months at "Purpooduck. The conditions of the locality and of the people when William Jameson with his family established themselves in a new country on Purpooduck shore have thus been briefly sketched. and later Joshua Woodbury. But in 1733 this part of the town called Purpooduck was made a distinct parish.32^. Kohert Mck'cnnev. Dominicus Jordan. John Barber.

Oct. when a lad. Sen. 1723. AV/w/ J/fA'tv/wn. Samuel Ale. county of Tyrone. in 1689. Martin Jameson. p." appear the names of William Jameson and his son. who came to America and landed about 1708 or later in Philadelphia. Aug. receives only the following mention : "Patience Jameson. -Stir. His father was a rigid Presbyterian.laO THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 113': Vol. 1725. 1 727. 1743. York County Referenxes. 230. John Jameson. Mcl. Memoranda. the voungest daughter so far as known. Mr. Mary McLellait. 4. Nov. sells to William Jameson of the town of Falmouth 50 acres of land of Falmouth. 1720. Dec. iS. Margaret " Jameson was born in Ireland. and on arrival not remaining in Boston but pushing his way along the coast to the eastward. XI. Nov. in Spurwinch. 1771. Me. and a zealous supporter of the James "Solemn League and Covenant. and. Gen. His piety and his patriotism are reflected by records now extant. Air. and family came with him to America. Records. 30"'. XVI. d. p. Vol. ( WHHam ').ameson. d. She married April daughter of William [963] Jameson. XL/X. Jameson's brother. No.' Patrick PorterjUld. N'ew England Hist. 1749. April 17. 25 1733 conveys 60 acres of land in Falmouth Barbary Creek to his son Martin Jameson William Jameson of Falmouth in 1734 conveys 60 acres of land in Scarborough to his grandson William McKenney. Patien'CE J. son of .. m. 1749. John Gray and Company. This appears in the fact of his braving the perils of the ocean with his wife and family to come to America. iSq. m. m. Me. Vol. Paul [971]. [969]. A little later. and became so intolerable that. William Jameson of Falmouth Dec. and was baptized the same day. i. m.. as tradition has it. was engaged in its defence. Jameson. 26." Mr. some of whom were bom in Ireland and some in Falmouth. like his father. removed with his parents and their other children from Scotland into Ireland. served with such gallantry that subsequently he was freed from all ta-xation by order of King William. taking his wife and children. Landing in Falmouth. 964. among which are the following: Jeremiah Jurden. XVI!. But no sooner had he established himself and family and made his home in the new country than he manifested a spirit of active interest and zeal in the church and in civil affairs. Ja-MESon. m.xamjek Martha [967]. /. 1743.. Elizabeth PehbUy. province of Ulster. Robert and Henry Jameson. Seven of the children were married and had families. b. quit Scotland forever. Me. and strong religious convictions. p. it is said that William Jameson. April 2..i/i Patience [970]. and lived for a time in Milton. This was about 1685. of whom and his descendants some account has been given in a previous chapter of this volume.ellan. 30. Records of Scarboro' Vol. he abandoned his home and the scenes in the midst of which his ancestors had dwelt for generations. was evidently a man of courage. Mr. and a few years later settled in Voluntown. 1795. were also his brothers. Not only is his name enrolled on the records of the church. passed over into Ireland. Under care of John and Sarah Libbey united with the Church in Scarboro. enterprise. /\'e«-is/ei. loS: — Church. 1739." and shortly after the accession of King II the persecution of the Covenanters was vigorously renewed. the first winter was passed in want and suffering hardly second to those of the Pilgrims at Plymouth a hundred years before. Jameson reared a large family of children. near Boston. Mass. from June i" to Nov. Jameson appears in certain transactions in land. ^Sarah Smith. 1743. but in active service against the Indians on the "Muster-roll of Capt. Mr. Conn. and after much privation and hardship making a settlement as a pioneer in the woods of Maine. and settled at length in Omagh. [968]. at the siege of Londonderry.

1731. by an act of legislature. with his wife. 1751. in Belfast. Me. And on petition in 1805. borough. 1762. of Newbury Esse. William. m. b. 1757. b. in Casco Bay 16S acres of upland situate in Biddeford about 2 miles N. d. to Martin Jameson for ^13-ios Nov. Hannah. Me. In 1755." . in 1735. m. and became the first permanent settlers in Francisboro". 1838. iSiS. m.. 965. gi^. West of Rogers his garden Goose and also piece of meadow for . He was born in Scar- THE CHILDREN WERE: R. Isaac Gilpatrkl. Me. who married Rebecca McKenney. pastor of the church in Biddeford. Mary.. m. about the thne of his marriage. Martin'" Jameson THE children WERE: Mary [972]. 30 1737 " sell to Martin Jameson of Falmouth. removed from Purpooduck Parish. Reference. Samuel Willard. Sarah MeKinney. 1S15. 1739. the eighth name was Martin Jameson. 'John Ho.meso. Rni:ERT [976]. d. Dec. Fahnouth. The 12th. d. James Hol. Me. removed in 1774. Dec. March 25. b. leaving children. 2S. Rebecca (Sparks) IMcKenney. Nov. 14.™. b.iiiERT. 1732. b. 1773. 1734. b. 2S. the old name of Saco was Ja. situate upon the sea wall at a place called Fails " and eastward on the east side of Saco River..l^\ion. Biddeford. Memoranda. 3. Me.iy 24.£'ioo. June 23. James [974]. b. as shown by the " lottery in 1757. Dec. ^i-io-2d. hapi. m.. 187 Robert and Mrs. Feb. was of Scarborough. Me. The inhabitants met for the last time under the old name of Saco in John SlackpoIe"s house. M. Jane Means. Mr. Jameson made various purchases of land. 7. Sept. son of William [963] Jameson. was born in 1706. held their first town meeting in March.v Co. 1S43. where they resided. 17 19. 173S. .HX.. 1730. m.mes.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. T"ly 25. Mrs. {IVi/Ha/u^). sells to Martin Jameson of Spurwink. Robert ALLtuighlaii. Me. Cutting Moody. Rlay 25. all his lands in Biddeford or Saco. substituted. 1733. p.. embraced both sides of the river until 171S. William Memoranda. 1770. . The east side of Saco river in Biddeford was incorporated June 9. Jameson died April 3. 1760. 20. Mr. The first paid ^4-o-5d.'" In 1785 it was swept away. Rebecca. 1742. 1802. Jane [978]. Xathaniel Patterson. m. Mr. 1749. He married Grizzcl Patterson. The first bridge built across the Saco river was paid for by a known as " Lottery Bridge. b.'i736.— 7"//6' Saco Valley. [an. No. Eleanor Camphell. a very old man. Sept. Feb. [973]. iS. James Patterson. Essex Co. They resided in Blddeford. of Newbury. m. to Old Orchard Beach. as Pepperellborough. of the twelve heaviest taxpayers on a list of 115 names. b. Me. 1759. Jameson died March 18. in Biddeford. Hannah [977].Me. and : following records Stephen and Mary Randall sell 10 acres of land in the town of Falmouth.April 4. 1748. 1736. now Cornish. 1766. Janus Holmes. He died March g. Saco. Ireland. 21. d.Me. He.n'. Me. J. In 1739 he was one of thirteen who voted against the increase of the salary of the Rev. b. in the county of Antrim. . was born She 1705. now Saco. m. Jam-. Mary Fallen. May 26. 10. 175S. Nathan and Dorothy Merrill. 1729. when it became Biddeford. Samuel (975]. June 4.

. Me. Jameson died about 1768. d. Anril 21. An inscription on stone in the East Graveyard. reads as follows: /i: memory of Mrs. He married Nov. I give my dau. July 15.. 1 Jane Kellock. 1763. m. 1767 m. Sanhel [984].. June 6. I give to my daughter Hannah & Jane at their marriage or coming at iS yrs. ^ Isabella Watts. Inventory of Martin Jameson's estate amounts to ^^233 .. Jameson's tombstone. p. 1749. ^28. Priseilla Bartlett. in slate. -Sarah McLdhvi. Georc. 1791. p. appeared &c Probated April 24. b. where Mr. 6 P Daniel Caniell & Robt Patterson jun. m. Vol. 1759 to be said \V™'s share Martin Jameson of liiddeford in . died April ye ijd jydo aged ^^ years. son of William [963] Jameson. Records. Office. now Friendship. X. Sarah Jameson married "Mr. Mrs. Me. m. R. b. Mercy Hawthorne.. Mrs. 1S39. 1739. station in Old Orchard. b. 1837. Vol. m. 1765.Jameson ( IVilUam ^). XV. Mary Gilpatrick. [982]. THE CHILDREN WERE: JAXK[979]. 10. Me. 1S34. Me. //. Sarah but removed about 1745. "1843Brice [987]. Ireland. Me. -Sarah Earrino-ton. r66. They resided in Friendship. Thomas Hicks: d. 1759 & it is to be understood bv me y'' said Martyn that the land I gave my son by deed of gift dated Mch 14. m. being very weak in body but sound in judgement & of perfect mind & memory &cI give and bequeath to my son Jameson at my death the receipt that he gave me for ^100. 1760. : Here lies Who Buried the Body 0/ Mr. Jameson died and Mr. E.-_. . 1746. Eliakim Libbey. 2ji. She was born in 1733 in Falmouth. near the R. 11. Me. Lola Wadsworth.. m. 1S12. daughter She was born in Arundel. Sarah Smith. March 15. b. John Smith. 10 : /. Jameson married Aug. 1S42. He died in early life. w. 4. Me. wh recpt. Eunice Pachard. where they resided. Maine Wills. prior to 1767. m. 1760 References. March 12. XIX. Alex A. was born Antrim Co. bears date March 14. . 81.Vrs Ruth ( HcrMard ) Bartlett: d. June 17. Feb. — in of Sailllier..124. 1752. I give to my son Samuel Jameson that part of my homestead that adjoins sd James's land between sd James's land and that of W"' Campbell.\MES Jameson E. 1791. . March 13. will was in part as follows j"^ county of York in N. 26. note of hand due from her husband 6 2 sh. which stood. Folsom's History of Biddeford and Saco. and died in Warren. Belfast. 26. Me. Mary [985].e [988].MiKU [980]. Ah: Martin Jameson of Pepperrellboro\ died March iS'h. Aug. d. William James. igo. Probate History of Belfast. MARriN d.. 2^g.xecutor — £ : July 7. Joseph [983]. SS^-SS^. Marthi Jameson. 1S02. m. pub. I give to my son Robert after the death of my loving wife Grizell. .: The following inscription is found on Mr. 1803. b. The I give to my son James wh I make &c my sole executer of this my last &:c receipt he gave me dated March 14 1759 & is to be understood the lands covering my deed of that date to be a part of sd James's share & further give to said James all lands adjoining 40 acre lot.. Rachel [986]. aged gb. WlLLfAM [981]. b. lySo. d. p. Feb. W™ W™ of my estate. Grizzel Jameson. Jameson's I. York County. ^ . Me. Me. Item. 6e\i\. 1873. d. Vol.6:4 J. 1759. 1S31. Relict of the lale Who Mr.pp. to Meduncook.

followed him and also settled in Meduncook. was Jane. Me. He married in 1743 Mary McLellan.. Brice. . 1 89 Memoranda. m. I think he said she married and went West. p. XVI.. senior. Me. Jameson's father. died shortly after his release. Maine Ull/s. about 1753. Jameson speaks of death as nigh. About 1745. he removed from Arundel and became the first permanent settler in Meduncook. and became. My grandfather was engaged in the French and Indian wars. syj. was one of the first settlers of Warren. a company of rangers scouting to the eastward was kept in service.. Mr. Rei. "ho lived and died in Thomaston. James. Me.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. There were of this marriage two chilMr. Me. 1800. 20th.. He served in the French and Indian wars. more than forty years since wrote. Feb. under command of Capt. Sarah McLellan. Me. Thomas Fletclier. married -Wtlliam Jaiiies. Me. William and Catherine James. Jameson. . his name I cannot state correct. but his will was probated Aug.. his only children.. Where he came from I do not know. and Mr. Martin.. a son and daughter. his sons. LinPegist'ry 0/ Deeds.. Jjy. XIV. 1757.\runThis town was. . thrown into prison. 175S. the daughter's name. They knew not what became of him. March 6. Samuel. dren. Jameson's younger brothers. Me. 1790.Me. Rachel. Mrs. 1653. made his will . My grandmother. She was born in Falmouth. Gen. Joseph." Referknces. under dale of . the one that died and the one who went to sea. Mary. Me. 26." Mr. p. Me. Enghiiid'Hist. now Friendship. Sarah McLellan. — No. James's parents. ll'Uliaiii. now Friendship. Aug. ro2. who died young.April 29. Mr. and by not having proper care. 2^4.Samuel Jamesor. as follows: Mr. p. 1770. 19. Jameson was constituted one of the executors. Me. from July 4. I think.p. was born in Cape Elizabeth or Falmouth. Me. Among others we have this record "From June 19th to Nov. 9. known as Cape Porpoise. were among the Scotch-Irish settlers of 1735 in Warren. first settled and lived for a few years near Gofte"s mill brook in .Apiil S. and iVancy. of whom Samuel Jameson was one. . Sept. John Smith. They resided in Meduncook. died Oct. but June 4. Alfred. Alexander and Paul Jameson.Mrs. I think belonged in Thomaston. Grandmother's children I cannot give in order. ^71. i 768. pp. Vol. 1 7 19. and one died when a young man. were taken prisoners. 174S." Samuel Jameson and his brother. after her husband's death. The exact date of Mr. and proceeds to constitute his " loving wife Sarah" and "son Martin" joint executors of his last will and testament. Alexander Jameson. 318. He mentions his eldest daughter. taken prisoner. James died July. son of William and Catherine (Cunningham) James. Jameson died Jan. besides the regular garrisons at the Fort and Block-houses. but I think the names of Alexander and Samuel belonged between the two. Martin. also two other daughters. and suffered many hardships. Kennebunkport. Mr. Joseph. where they resided. but will do the best I can. Priscilla (Jameson) Newhall of South Thomaston. Bradbur/s Hislory of Kennebunkport. on the Oster river. viz." By her he had five sons and two daughters.Mr. d. : : " My grandfather. 1774. some years later. aged 81 years. Brice. JVw coln Co. Me. Alexander Jameson (^^'///ww '). 2r]i.p. 29. To my best recollections I have heard my father say he was a widower with two children when he married his mother. Jameson Me. near what was then called "Mill River. Annals of Warrtn. . del. wounded. 968. Me. 1843. and George Jameson. Historv of Kockland. I have heard my father siy he could not remember much about him but his pale looks and emaciated form. dividing his estate between his two daughters.ister. "Mary Jameson made Alacation " for her husband Alexander and his brother Samuel. Mrs. J2. Jameson's death is unknown. Mary and Rachel Jameson. This force consisted of about fifty men. Leonard Fales. He was born in Warren. The will of Samuel Jameson was dated ' Meddunkcooke July }^' 26"' 1767. now Fiiendship. the son went to sea. j:ij2. 1S21. George. incorporated Arundel. f. Probate Records. Jane Jameson of Falmouth. Me. 1755. Probate Office. 11. Vol. son of William [963] Jameson. during the war to the eastward.

Oct. where he continued to reside while he lived. Ml iii. liberal. Cook it is He had a son said meant bay or harbor. Nov. was a young man full of promise. was born in France and was employed as a schoolmaster in Friendship. 1S2S. '^Deborah Morton.. John. Children. I . large bay or harbor. Mr. died in 1771. Me. William Motli. Agnes (Robinson ) Hoivard. Martha Two Memoranda. Porterfield married again and died Oct. Me. married and settled in a place called " Clam Cove. 22. and was buried in Rockland.Mk. m. He was born in 1722 in the married Dec.Martha Porterfield died of a prevailing and very fatal disease. 7y2. — The Annals of Warren.sea in 1770 on a voyage to Boston.JitmeSOn {WUHam'^). the eldest son.n. who died Jan. Dec. No. and Megunticook. but somewhat passionate in temper and capaHis death was sudden.. V. Ebenezkr [993]. 17S9. and their names are not given. m. in the "Old Fort quite like yellow fever. North's lot. ///. 1769. Patrick Forteifield. El i/Ai:i II." Negunticook. Robert Jameson [996]. 30. ir-r :> /'. who perished at He was on board a new sloop. brothers Samuel and Paul Jameson were among the earliest He lived on a place known as the ••Emery Davis Farm. 1797.-. 1797. 1749 on Mr. William Porterfield. b. /. 1777. Me. Register. Sept. Mass. 6. settled about Mr.. a lad of twelve. j^'hn Shibbles. Mary (Webster) McLellan. which seemed She was buried near the Knox mansion. pul>. Feb 9.^ J 11. Daniel I/oward. Rlihert. who married Martha Jameson. Me. He married for a second wife Me. Catherine Morse." settlers of Meduncook. MartliJl. No. They resided in Thomaston. Mrs. Caiiifi [M •:. I-.xander [991]. i" ]"< "^/z''.s References. Mrs. Patrick. m. Me. She was born in 1727./. 1770. Mrs. -Sarah A'ners. 27. b. 969. Sj. [990]. 1-. Me. May 14. iMoTTE. perished at sea..1 90 THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. y ^5. Porterfield north of Ireland. in Thomaston. Marih \. : . thd children were: William. 1799. Gen. cl. 10. Capt. Me.. THE CHILDREN WERE: b. m. and popular man. written Megunticook. 9. 181 1. Porterlield became something of a military character.. Vol. Porterfield . Ale." In i860 a stone turned up by a plough proved to be her veritable gravestone. /• lii . Sarah Blackington. the second son. RoiiERi [989]. 1S32. George's river. 3. and received in 1770 a He has been spoken of as captain's commission of the militia in Thomaston. There was a William vessel ever built on the St. '.. . pp. Oct. named Industry. Abraham Jones. John Porterfield. 1780. /k*. Probate Records of Lincoln Co. April I.. 3. an energetic. m. Mr. where Mrs. He d. \y&i. XVI. p. Jamesox and hi.. 1755. jig. 1746. p. Me. daughter of William [963] Jameson. Margaret [994]. 18.„. which is now Camden. 1743. ••. the first . and died Aug.ni.1786. Mary [992]. d. . Burying Ground. 1 Memoranda. duly inscribed. 28. 48. Sjj-^jg. m. Mav -. New England Hist. Oct./lies iratso/i. Na.. They died young. undue mental excitement over some trifling matter. June 16. apparently caused by ble of using strong terms in speech. of which record has been made.

Sarah [1004]. He was a mariner. April Simmons. in Cape /'£?/'/'At. Jameson died Dec. Maria Elsit' Cook. m. whereupon the old gentleman lifted his cane over the Tory's head. St. July 21. 971. Me." Thomaston. 20. . John Shibbles removed to Ohio. Catherine Porterfield. The following year he married a young lady from his native place. 1745.. 1770. Wii-i. her father. b. Dec. . Me. Capt. They resided in Meduncook. Paui. but Priscilla (Hyler) Robinson of Cushing.4. Paul ' Jameson WaHam ( ' ). b. 1794. of his son Isaac's estate. [iooo]. 20. //. Oct. for coast defence in the His son William.^^:v. and followed the seas. later removed with their son William and four other children to Ohio. Vol. May 30. and died in 179S. 30. His wife was the widow of Caleb Howard. Jameson was appointed administrator. 21. 24. to the eastward in 1748.THE JAMESON'S IX MAINE. followed died in 1745. 30. 1856. 1773. May 24. B. Jameson was the captain of a Meduncook company War father's side. 182S. Dec. Feb. KY-f\'. Mrs. '^Martha Porterjield [g6<)] fuh. but also belonging to the newer settlement. Jameson's will Lower town " later became Warren. and iMrs. m.^. b. 1795. in Friendship. 19. He was born July 25. A. and daughter of Maj. b Nov. and Mrs. 1S45. 20. fought by his of the Revolution. 1766. N. Mr. Nov. his older brothers. Memoranda. Benjamin Buckland lived and died in Camden. Point. Mr. the youngest son. the accredited author of a written list of the early settlers of Maine. Ruber r [996]. Me. April 4. Jameson's house. Mrs. John North. Me. and died Sept. Mr. 1760. b. I9I Upliamwlio settled with William Porterfield in "Clam Cove. d. Robert Porterfield. now Friendship. now Friendship. ^ Ritth Horton. Jameson died in 1795. 1772 m. He was born April 3. fp. 1798. April 26. b. JERKMIAH [1003]. 13. 1791. Mi:. James Watson had nine children.'" and was doubtless the same who married his sister. They died in the West. Hanse and They resided in Rockland. b. 11. d. Sara/i Parsons. Eleazer Cay. Charlks [999]. mentions " Paul Jamison.iAM [looi]. 1775. Me. fulv 21. son of William [963] Jameson. . Capt. and with them was among the earliest settlers in Meduncook. Jameson of Meduncook Plantation. '-Del'ora/: . Elizabetli She was born Dec. Capt. 1730. fub. where Elizabeth. Me. Benjamin Bradford. 22. Paul Jameson was an uncle of Alexander Jameson of West Isles. 10. North died in 1763. Lawraict Parsons. loi: Vol. Samuel and Alexander. m. MAR-rHA [99s]. iSgo. Jameson. m. 15. Mr. Coo/:.. No. Georges Mr. pub. taught school in his native town before marriage. 1757. 23. Oct! 10. 17. Jean [997]. in Cape Elizabeth. Dec. 1S4S. 13. called at Mr. b. She died in early life.\i. Me. and drove out the English from the harbour. A. Patrick Pebbles. m. Hannah (Bradford) . daughter of Patrick Pebbles. March i. Me. They resided on "Watson's Capt. Me.l'.. . 1720.Sept. Mr. 1761 m. Feb. 6.^m-s llyUr. 22. where he Mr. b. and Mrs. 1751 1753. Georges Lower town. a lad of fifteen years. Isaac [1002]. . May 30. 1749. iSoS. /oo. having been among the earliest Scotch-Irish settlers of Warren. i-jCji. Me. when a young man. was born He married Nov. and with a stunning voice told him to clear out or he would split him down. /. a certain Tory.. b. 1770. 1829. Joshua Bradford. Dec." and doubtless refers to "St. Diana [998]. Sept. 1780. Me. Nov. who followed the seas.—ffistorv of T/ioiiiastoii and RocHiVh/. When quite an old man. 1764. Mr.

. iS. 1815. "Robert [1012]. 9. p. William'* Jameson {Marlin. daughter of Martin" [965] and Grizzel (Patterson) Jameson. and Sarah Parsons. Register. May 30. John.-irch 10. b2b. m. 1S12. 120. Sept. Mr. Julv 15. 1770. 1783. Nov. and a grandson of Isaac and Mary (Jameson) Gilpatrick.- No. p. married June 23. of York Co. Jlarj'^ JailieSOIl (Mnr/in. sox\ They resided in Biddeford. m. 14. Mrs. b. d.. Jameson died June 4.x sons and two daughters.. in Mr. 1841. Sept. and also three daughters.. — Records The Saco of Saco. 1763. with 1774. Nov.. "Martin |ioo8]. d. 1779. 972. was a surgeon in the Union army. Marv Hewey. Rufus Gilpatrick. m Memoranda. in Me. WilUam '\ son zel (Patterson) Jameson. June 29. T'lEiN [loii]. No. 6. 1S41. Probate Records of Lincoln Co. Me . Jane [1007].r« Valley pp.. 1775.. b. March 18. Me. Charles. 1772. 4. Referencks. m. Polly Berry. He THE CHILDREN WERE . Gilp. g. and commenced Point. bo/. Jameson and Jane Means were married by the Rev. Hannah. Richardson. 1759. July 24..WHHa/n^).^trick. Edward Berry. 13. Dec. 1S60. — A'ew England Hist. 1S44. d. j. iby. Biddeford. 1787. THE CHILDREN WERE JiiANNA. and was shot while dressing the wounds of a rebel soldier. William. removed in 1774 to Trenton. m. 14. IN AMERICA. now Saco. of Martin [965] and GrizBiddeford. Saco. who was recorded. Tho. m. now Old Mr. p. Me. married July 25. July 28. Joseph Veering. 1736. 1752. Vol. 1751.. 973. May 20. T77S. April 2^ 1799. References. 16. DiiuCAS [loog]. 2. James. pp. Aug. Mrs. Rekerenxes. executuor. b.Mr. 1818. /. 1S14. 1S67.192 THE JAMESONS ."' si. 1767: d. Records Valley. now La Moine. J41. Jameson was administrator of the estate of his son William. 2/g. a clearing in the forest at a place subsequently known as " Gilpatrick's Dr. b.m. Isaac. and of Thomas and Margaret Gilpatriclv." . in Biddeford. She was born Sept. /go. Jan. Lydia {Cole) Veering. 19. d.. Jane Gay. 25. : Sami'EL. 1735. Me. b. b. Elizabeth four sons. Me.— r//fi-. May 7. 1852. Margaret.ildren are First Congregational Church.\s. m. Robert. Jeremiah Mr. a mariner. . haft. mentions his wife. Me. where they resided. m. Gay has been spoken of as "A respectable inhabitant of Burton's Island. Orchard. Me. Memoranda. Hannah [1005]. pp. X. Jane Means. b. Me. Betsey Lord. Moses Merrill of the The baptisms of their cl. Vol. Elisha Patterson. d. daughter of Robert and Jane (Armstrong) Means. Jameson died July 13. Nov. removed from Biddeford. Nov. b./'..ib. a son of James." 20.. Jan.M. William [ioio]. Mary [1006]. . XL I'f. Me. . 1760. m. was born Jan. 1765. -Ss. 1796. Martix.Me. John Veering. He died in early'life. Dec. Isaac Gilpatrick. John Rnmery. Martha Bradford. 166. p. 7S6. Annals of Warren. Robert. d.

Daniel [1015]. his eldest son. . J. b. Dec. 18. Jan. Me. b. 1770. and died April 7. Nov. 17. b."b. Falmouth. Hannah Memoranda. 1S19. She died in 1. d. 107. m.Jniliam'^) son of Martin [965] and Grizzel He married (Patterson) Jameson. g.. Me. b. JtAKGAREr [1026]. May 17. son of Actor Patten. 30. was born May 24. Hannali Adams. 974.'A. July 12. 1786. 1770. 16. 975. 1819. Sept. Jan. m. Dec. m. 846. to Samuel Jameson of town and county aforesaid. Eleanor [1031]. 1763. 1761. 1S19. May 4. Me. Sept. Anno Dom. d. He was lost at sea Feb. 1738..JViZ/iam^) son of Martin [965] and Grizzel (Patterson) Jameson. 1803.vllv [1030]. 1774..\ deed from William Patten of the town of Bowdoinham. m. June 17. THE CHII. July 10. 4. 1837. Ri>iiERT [1021]. 11. Ireland. his wife.. d. named as executors. 20. She was born They resided in Topsham. and Samuel Jameson. 1869. m. A. b. 1833. . Dec.. Lincohi Co. Lincoln Co. 1790. 2. iSiS. Me. Jameson died Sept.— y'r. Feb. Sept. DuRi-AS [1029]. 1774: m. July 10.nt. m.. 14. Samtel [1016]. 27. Mr. with his father. 24.MESONS IN MAI^ No. was born in Purpooduck. d. d. Me. 1S21. Abra/iam Bnlterficld. [1025]. 1S24. where they died. 179S. May 20. 1795. Samuel Jameson. m. Mrs. pp. mariner. d. John Oiveii. 1788. Jameson made a will dated Dec. and no name was given. b. Samuel [1022]. Eleanor Stuart Campbell. 1769. m. m. Jameson's father. Jameson died June 7. 1772. d. Signed. 21." John Fatten. 1883.I.2/0: History of Bruns-jSi. 177S. daughter of John and Mary (Means) Patten. 182^. Feb.Aug. was born in 1717 in Coleraine. Aug. [1019].. in Bath. 1794. yS3. James [ioiS]. Me. 1839. Dec. Inea. iSr4. 1772. in the Province of Massachusetts Bay. b. Mrs. 177S. M. Mariin [1028]. d. Me. b. March 4. I776. Dec. Reekrences. Died. fnHN Camthkll [1017]. SamueF Jameson (Martin. Sept. 1877. 17S4. 21. Nov. b. Pollv Perry. Elhabelli Cot/mm. April 4./^ Records of wick. m. r. S. 3. 1813. 25. Martin Anderson. who settled in Saco. 28. 1795. 1830. Eleanor [i02o]. I 26. Tops/iam. Susan [1032]. JuHN [1023]. Oct.. An Ancient Document. Oct. James'' Jameson {Mcv/in. 1S03. . 1739. He married a daughter of Robert Means of Saco. b. and llarpswell. m.DRE. THE CHILDREN WERE: Catherine [1013]. July i. March 12.. ". 1831. 1765. 1891 Mary Jameson. April 16. h. Sept. in Biddeford. 22. ^ Pkine/ias Verney. 28. .Benjamin //tiyes. I'liI. 1813. which was probated May 27. 21. He came to this country when ten years old.S29. conveying about 103 acres of land in that town for the sum of 106 pounds lawful money. Nov. 24. Newell Witherlee. 1S69. Nov. Feb. Jan.iy 6. pp. b. ]\Ie. He married Nov. 1867. Mr. 28. 1813. d. 1).V [1024]. 1759. 3. b.. in the tenth year of his Majesties reign. Hannah Reference— OAZ/Jrw//)' Bible of Capt. Benjamin Jewctl. Elizabeth (Stuart) Campbell. Anm Hicliborn. in Biddeford. b. b. Dr. iS. b. m. 9. No. June 12. Rebecca Stanwood. Robert IVillinms. sealed and delivered in Dec. d.vie Randall: d.. d. Jane [1027]. m. 1758. 176S. 17S2. 1769. June 25. Me. 1S14.Mc.'d.20^. Mary /'//Av/. 23. They resided in Freeport. m. Marpin [1014!. daughter of Daniel and She was born Aug.. d. now Saco. Jan. Josiah Burnham. b. b. Mav i. now Saco. 1780. Sept. THE JA.N WERE: d. 1791.

Henry [1036]. i. Gracia Jameson survived her husband. 1^3. He was born in 1745. \:^oo. b. 21b. He became one of the proprietors of Belfast. Robert Patterson. 1S02.. . Mr. SaHy Harmon. b. widow of Zephaniah Hewes. 1744. • v. Maine Hist. : ^hLall!. Me. : d. and drew Nos. Falmouth April ye 14.. was born in Saco. ' . 217. He married Dec. 1 77 1. in Capt. 17S- Aimer Mc Keen. now Saco. J. the covenant. m. Mavcli 15. . ) son of Martin [965] and GrizJameson. b. 1 1. daughter of Martin [965] and Grizzel (Patterson) Jameson.. Nathaniel and Hannah (Jameson) Patterson owned the First Congregational church in Pepperellborough. Martin Sally.c : n. 6. March 19. Samuel Dunn's Co. m.> ^^ . died Dec. Me.. 21^. Feb." Mr. 3. and 37. Me. 17. Jameson died March 7.WHHam^ zel (Patterson) ^ Sara/i Mc Kinney. I7. "Robert Jameson. 1771 d. d. Nov. -Mrs. iS. 976. b.. CCXV. Dec. V. Sg. 1770. Vol. Nathaniel. JV. Recorder. . Memoranda.Voate of the General Court.Records of Saco.' enlisted ni the county of York. Sarah Jameson died. April -. pf. Apiu i. 1S47. and Gen. Jameson married in Scarborough. 177'). Hannah.p. Me. They resided in Belfast. Elizabeth . Dec. iSio. b. 19. i-^i. Me. with seven children. i. with a pair of Snow-shoes and Mozzisions also one hatchtt according to his excellency's order and the. 30. Mrs. now Saco. eight years. b. H<1linall° Jameson {Martin. Col. They resided in Saco and Mrs.u3. 1S33. 1777. Vol. m. d. fr//'/ Catherine [1034]. Mr. Nathaniel Pattersan. 1757.— T"/. Patterson died May 26. Sarah derivesd. Jameson " Robert Jameson was one of the Snow-shoe Company. lots for his sons. and died at the age of eighty- Robert^ Jameson {Martin. May 16. Me. 1774 m. and Mr. was born 1748. was a prominent man in what is now known as Saco. Ann. 1772. f. ford. 1825. pp.. Mr. Gracia ffczces.hlin.-jb^.')). b. Massachusetts Revolutionary Rolls. May Me. Residence Cape Elizabeth. iS. Vol. Starrett.. 17S5 . THE CHILDREN WERE Robert. 2iq. in Biddeof Robert and Jean (Gilmore) Patterson. 12. Me.7/. Zephaniah Hewes. She was born in Saco. son ford.. Moullon. April 4. t-s. Memoranda. No. 9. Mrs.:. His second wife was a widow Her first husband... ^o. Dec. June 9. in BiddeShe married Sept.. 1748. 6. igb. 1814. THE CHILDREN WERE: Hanxaii [1033]. where they resided. b. Dec.WHHam^). 3b. RoiiERT [1037]. Witness my hand Domini Jordan. 7. Edmund Phinney's Regiment. Patterson died Nov. Me.. born in Saco. Patterson's father. l'. haft.22g: The Saco Valley. 32. 1S12. 4. Private served in the War of the Revolution. 10. ni.o. 1775.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. go. She was Feb.pp. 17." ' "Each person was equipped References.. Me. 1S34. 1825. April m. Oct. Jameson's children were of his first marriage. 1843. Me. Isaac Sentre. m. Mary [1035]. Mr. in Several ol . June 4.

M. fp. Mr. 14. 1776. Aug. iioo: The History of Belfast. wife of Starrett Patterson. William Greeley. Mrs. m. m. m. Caft. in Biddeford. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: Ja\e. James. on the same street in Belfast. March 10. Robert Patterson. 1838. Me. were born Kkfkrenxes. 102. Cyrus Patterson is a son of Nathaniel Patterson. No. . 1766. RniiEKT. d. aged ninety-four years. wliich position he continued to hold until his death. Joxathax White had three children. Susanna. was born Jan. in 1792. in . Jameson married -Charles Greenlow. p. Elizabeth Patterson. Me. 1872. b. 14. No. was born in 1778. Patterson died Feb. Robert White resided in Belfast. 17S6. He died in Martinico. iMrs. E!izil>eth Bonney. m. . was born in 1749. 17. B. /oj. April 17. April 11. Starrett Patterson. Robert Patterson was lost at sea on a passage to Cuba. Nathaniel Patterson. Mr. the second son. viz. They had seven children. 30. who with their families 1840. N. now Saco. was lost at sea. loj. Harriet. a daughter of John Mitchell... 1S02. Jr. Margaret Mllekell A. 980. and they did not remove to Belfast. rioo. Jan. 1786. 1S16. in Belfast. and died Sept.Vlexanher [1038]. 1802. Mary. %r»!es Patterson. where he died July 30. b. Jane'' i'dXAt%Wi {Martin. She died iu childhood.— ///j/OTT of Belfast. d. Me. Martin P\. Aug. m. son of Robert and grandson of Nathaniel and Hannah (Jameson) Patterson. 24. Me. 1847. 1S24. sox\ of Robert and They Jean (Gilmore) Patterson. March July 23. Andrews. I95 Pepperellborough. 1S06. Aug. Aug. Me. Jonathan ]Vhite. in Castine. Mrs. had three sons. Refekknces. i^Si 31. M. and in 1S60 was chosen judge of the police court. b. William Fnrber: d. daughter of Alexander Hawthorne. and Mrs. Me.. . at sea. Jr. his wife.. \ Memoranda. Nancy Furher d.— Tyjc Saco Valley.. Me. was born in Meduncook. died Jan. b.. pp. Me. Jameson died about 1767.. Mr. 1873. iSi.jgS: The Saco Valley.THE JAMESONS their children IN MAINE. Me. . . Me. He was born in 1744. . 1S67. 26. m. July 20.-iRTiN Jameson.. Nathaniel. Me. resided in Belfast.. iioi. and Mrs. and Alfred Patterson. 6. 179S admitted to the bar. 6. Alexander" Jameson (Sa>ntic/. Dec.VRGARET. She married March 25... 25. He married Afc'rcy Hawthorne. Me. March. July. but subsequently returned to Belfast. Me. 978. 1823. Me.-\ug. now Searsport. AWwV IVlnte. now Friendship. Their eldest son. and Jonatlian. He was town clerk from 1847 to 1S50. m. b. where she died. iS. pp. 10. 1784 . 1779. 1773. in Biddeford. 1774. which occurred March 17. She was born in Deer Isle.. Margaret. practised law for several years in Belfast. for several years after their marriage. daughter of Martin [965] and Grizzel (Patterson) Jameson. . d. son of Samuel [967] and Sarah (Smith) Jameson. lived Mr. 17SS. 1S09. Oct. They resided in St. b. 1749.7. Me. at the age of seventy years. He died in Salem. 25. Me. They resided in a place called George's River. b.. of Rockland. iMe.WUHam^). Me. b. clerk of the judicial court from 1849 '° 'S59. in 1S31 he removed to West Pomfret. 1S30.IVi/Iiam^). John T. Patterson died Dec. Me.

Mrs. B.— U7//(>//r/7//<JOT Ha-uthorue. LXVJ//. Samuel Joseph Vol. He was lost at sea in 1S07.- son died July 15. La. 1788. Me. m. 107 : Vol. Mr. He died in infancy. Me. d. 1767. N.352. 7<. Thomas Andrews Mitchell. Alexander Hawthorne. 26. 1791. He died the ne. Dec. Nov. No." ffV/Z/^w '). was born He married Lola Wadsworth. April. 1797. m. d. 1804. in 1752. Lnicoln Co. b. kins) Packard. 1831. 17S9. m. 17S1. Dec. Martin" Jameson ( •5"'?w«<'/. Infant Son [1054]. dated July 26. Me. b. Andrews. 2. and was probably lost at sea before that date. b. 1S24. Ebenezer [1040]. He was drowned in New Orleans. Dehorah [1050]. pp. Eunice Packard. where they resided until after 17S6. 12. He is not mentioned in his to sea and was never heard from. 1809. 13. THE CHILDREN WEUE : Sarah [1039]. Mary [1045]. where Mr. 1780. son of Samuel [967] and Sarah (McLellan) Jameson. who was born about 1743.nCE. 1795. [1057]. No. James Brainard. 983.. Eunice [1041]. April 28. Aug. 1750. 1S56. Rolls. d.EiAM [1042]. Mrs. March 23. 1793. b. Lola [1047]. 1782. was born in Meduncook.p. 1776. Jameson's father.. daughter of Alexander and Eleanora (Gant) Kellock. — Mass. 17S0. pp. pp. 13. July 25. 104. References. Rachel [1048]. April 28. June 18. Me. . 5^9- No. References. 1803. Wii. Feb. 1784. [1056]. 1819. m. 1846. 23. Mrs. 981. CvNTiUA [1046]. Me. He ^/a/ic Kcllock. Aug. Sept. Me. : He died April. 1S22.. Greenlow died about 1811. Hannah Allen d. b. Me. Me. Nov. 5. 19. Mrs. ProbaU Records. m. June 30. Feb. b. 1782. Jane married . They resided in THE CHILDREN WERE Peter Ri'FUs [1044].IF/ll/aM^). She was born in Warren. i. Silence [1052]. Mass. and then removed to St. b. 1797. 1815. XXX VI.. They resided in Gushing. July 8. 29. He died in Ktna. Oct. b. 1777. 4. 19. b. 1869. b. They res. now Friendship. in 1829. b. b. May 13. May 5. 351. Jameson went Rkfkre. William' Jameson (Smith) Jameson. XLVll/. 1778. 1800. Jan. m.isha [1053].. Ei. d. Job Cay. m. Brown. 1815. Benjamin Burton. He marEbenezer and Sarah (PerShe was born Dec. in Deer UJe. was born March 15. Nov. in Gushing. North Bridgewater and in East Winthrop. May 27. March. Mass. 1746.c History of Xorth Bridi^ewater. Rhinchas Butler. 1786. Joseph' Jameson (Samitcl. II. m. 24.. 1870. in North Bridgewater.— 77. Jame(Sa?i!iic/. 179S. 1S71. May 27.. was a son of William Hawthorne. m. b. [1043]. leaving children... Me. March 25. Me. Me. resided in ried Sept. b. now Friendship.\t day. (McLellan) Jameson. 982. Jameson died April 28. April TiiANKECL [1055]. 1851. b. in son of Samuel [967] and Sarah Meduncook. Rev. Vol. d. ^4^. 17S9. Nov. Memoranda. in She was born 1756. Mr. b. March 21. b. Waeia [1049]. b. daughter of They Wi7/ia7n\ son of Samuel [967] and Sarah in Meduncook.igb THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. b. Jameson married Charles Greenlow. Richard Mace. Mehitahle Packard. Friendship. now Gushing. Thomas [1051]. father's will.

July 30. was born Aug.VCHEL. II. in Lincolnville. 1779. Joseph and Jemima (Brown) Perry.. and Lydia. 1S57. Mrs.\ug. 985. Ian. Col. 13.. Me. 2gs> JJ^3 • days References. Me. m. 17S1. a daughter of Calvin and Elizabeth (Jameson) Crane [1581]. June 22. Mr. 1820. THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 1SV4. where they resided.am. They had five children: So. in Hope. Me. f.is a sea captain. . He was a lime manufacturer. Mass. Nov. b. She died May 11. Mr. Eunice June 3. ^Jane Turner. 1800. . 29.Mclean. ANN. 1839. Dec.. Hunt. m. son of Lieut.Wj. 1795. Jameson married beck pond. served two months and Cobb's regiment.. He married ^Silvia Marsh. ni. 27. John ]V.IA. THE CHILDREN WERE: Joseph [1058]. 1791. 17S4. viz.Me. Vol.mas Hicks' wife.MESoN. 24. 26^. Thomaston. Jeremiah With. K. ried Mary^ Jameson {Sammf. S \RAII. m. in Cape Elizabeth. Mr. b.WHUam^). .fj. Me. Rev. John W. Hunt was born Feb. Isaac Ja. Sept. Rolls. b. was born Oct. b. Lvi.. 20. Thomaston. Jessie . Sarah Holland. and had five children. was born in 1759. Jan. .xteen Mc in the He enlisted July 8.'b. 1849. Thomaston. 1859. M'illiani H. ii. Hicks was born in South Thomaston. T7SS ni. 26. Amanda . d. p. 1830. daughter of Samuel [967] and She marSarah (McLellan) Jameson. 11. AuxER Perkv. Par-Jllai Pierce. and died April 12. 1814. . 29. Thomas Hicks. aston. Me.April I. iSoi m. Thomaston. 1847. 5.amesun served as a private ia Capt. Eleanor [1059]. I97 Da~cis. He was born Oct. b. -Sept. Tan.7. S. Feb. Philip M. the youngest son. 21. 1S61. Tho. and was discharged Sept. They resided in South ThomMr. He married Mary She was born Crane. Memoranda. where they resided. May 30. No. Memoranda.»(. Mary Crane [1581]. He was a deacon in the church. i\Ie. 1756. b. 1S08. Ahuer Perrv. m. March Hannah. 1S24. WilUain Jiimeson [1063] . 31. Samuel si. 1S27. m.islon and Rockland. They resided near SeneJameson died. . in So. Pierce died Oct. d. 1861. was a sea captain. Mr. 1790.. : . Me. 27." 14. Jane. They resided in Camden. Sarah Holland. Mr. He was a sea captain his vessel was run down by a steamer oiT Portland. Jcrcniali ]Vitham 1793. Julv 16. Coast Defences. 17S0.. History of Thom. He died in boyhood. They resided in Rockland. Me. I2g: Annals of VVarn-n. Samuel. Me. 1798. '"i So. They had five children. iSro. Me. They resided in So. in Friendship. . Isaac Jameson Hicks. Vol. Hicks died Aug. /•/•. Jameson died in Warren. He w. Penobscot expedition. ui. 1840. Me. Sarah Hicks became the second wife of Barzillai Pierce. b. son of William and Lydia (Woodbury) Hicks. 1779. Me. lune 5. Hicks died May 16. and he was lost. 18^3. 24. Isaac A. Me. resided in He was drowned Aug. Natlian L. Mary Ann. Uhiier's Co. Jameson died in Friendship. 37.. July i. b.— . He married June 10. April S. Thomas. Dec. 29. 6. 20. 8. Mrs. 17S2. '" April 20.. 1789. in Ipswich. June 15. J. son of Benjamin and Sarah (Philbrook) Witham. THE CHILDREN WERE: William. b. 1820. 1866. Feb. d. 1S02.

Dec. 1799.. Mrs. '^-Abraham Norwood. 8. i. Ennice Jameson 24. 1S19. Rhoades. 1791 m. 1841. 1864. Farrington. 20. 17S6. d.' Aug. 1833. : No. m. William [1063]. 1S49. 1829. /•/. H. 1797.-^ug. . April 4. March 31. July 9. Fish. O*^'. Dec. b. 16. She was born in Thomaston. J'ol. . 21. 4. -Isaac In^ra- Jane. b.ATEVIL. Elizabeth Rivers. and their brothers Hatevil. Thomaston. The two older sons were sea captains. Priscilla [1064]. Me. Samuel [1061]. 13. . Mrs. Feb.. March 6. He died in infancy. 1S06. in Friendship. Mc where Capt. lSi6. May S.Samuel. Edward. b. . Prisiilla Bartlctt. Jameson died July 4. 13. m. married Mary Crawford. f-iil'. Dec. 1794. moved to Rockland. (Hicks) pub. d. She was born March They resided for a time in Warren. 1789. b. b. 1795. Nancy Crawford. Joseph Newhall. ^oS. II. d. 20. 19. Emery. 1757. 25. Sarah. Samuel Libbey. '-jc''' Caswell. Barbary [1062]. RtFUS. d. iSoi pub. Henry.Winiam^]. Cummings. daughter of Samuel and Bartlett. 1S43.. b. Me. . 1799. b. d. Hannah Crane. 1822. b. iSo". 1S33. 25. Feb. 20g. '^Daniel IVeston .tA'^r of Thomaslon and Rockland. 11. She died in early life. Brick [1067]. Rosanna Kallock. 466. b. April 1835. son of Maj. Me. 24.. 17. but re20. June 30. 1827. Oliver P. 5. 7. in Friendship. 1S41. THE CHILDREN WERE: 1782 m. He married.. Jameson died June 6. Dec. 1S50. became the second wife of John Rokes. also lived. 1831. : ^^e died ''''• in childhood. Oct 1841. They resided in Warren. m. pub. 210 Me. 1802. Mr. II.-^^ 1S20. Oct. Esther Cain. Me. 1836. the eldest son. 987. Vol. 17SS pnh. b. and Rockland. 1835. was born in 1765. She married Eleakim Lihbey. 19. June 13. Oliver P. Jan. Emily Hall.pf. Dec. Nov. June 17. Aug. 1878. Sept. 3~. daughter of Samuel [967] and Sarah (McLellan) Jameson. William B. Sept. 1S64. b June [1065]. ^74. 1829. m. 17. b. Isaac A. Libbey died Feb. Sarah M.. 7. . References..198 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Oct. 13. 23. Abner Farrington d. b. b. ham: Memoranda. 1855. 1S36. Libbey died Sept. m. 1791. BriCe" Jameson {Saimic/. Jan. Aug. b. iSoi Lydia Eliza [1066]. Me. m. — Annals of Warren. They had ten children. Dec. b.. 1S27. . was born in 1763.373: Libbev Genealogy. the eldest daughter. Me. Miller. THE CHILDREN WERE Lois [1060]. June 3. Oct. Henry /•'rankliii.. . Me. Nov. d. Jane Libbev.- [losg]. . John Rokes. m. i8'32. 1807. 1S75. d. April 30. d. b. They resided in Warren. 1784.— ///. m. Nov. p. 1827. m. 1S05. April 7. m. Hatevil and Jane (Watson) Libbey. Henry. 1793. was a carpenter in So. History of Thomaston pp. 39.2. 11. RaCheP Jameson {^Samiu-l. and William B. in Scarboro'. Mary. . 11. 1S55. 432. 2-^. b. son of Samuel [967] and Sarah (McLellan) Jameson. i. Eleanor m. b. iSoo. Rokes. S. Sept. REKERE^-CE^^. abc).. Mrs. 2. George H. 1S29. where Capt. 1854. A. June 6. resided in Warren. Me. Daggett. 1812. b. . and Edward Libbey. 3. 1833.WilUam^). May 4. Margaret IVallis. Jan. Oct. Mrs.\pril 13. 1794. 1856. Me. Jan. July 21. Althea M. C. 1833. d. March. He was born Jan. Me. kept a market in Rockland. Me. 1837. i. and died Sept. Oct. where Mr. Henry lived also.

Oct. 1S40. d. b. -Sarah Rivers. m. 1803. m. 1777. : . Sept. Mrs. ^Abii^ail Cook. She died Jan. 1776. b. Mrs. "'Mrs. 10. ni. Me. Nov. Jan. Mav 25. Mrs. 1798. 1893. 1S13. K/iocla SargeiU. 4. June 5. 1800. George McLellan [1077]. 1861. April 26. and Mr. Oct. Jr. Elizabeth [1072]. Margaret [1093]. Sept. 29. was born April 21. b. '^iWs. 12. Jan. Nov.'\i. June 29. RoiiERr [1088]. 1SS2. John [1084]. Lois B. William Watts [1074]. He married Feb. daughter of Cornelius and Jane She was born in Friendship. 24. He died young. b. 12. b. Jihiry Fuller. 1S42. 1S41. (Johnson) Morton. d. and the widow of John Bartlett. Jameson married May 14. Jameson died. m. -Celia Cool. 1S32. m.- (McLellan) Jameson. 1791. 1S14. m.Almiita U'inshnv.. Robert^ Jameson (Alcxaiuler. Me. son Mary (McLellan) Jameson. Feb. ) THE CHILDREN WERE: Sept. .Si V He resided in Warren. 1812. They resided in Mr.. 29. 1802. 989. 1S02. Mr. [1079]. Friendship. ''Deborah Morton. 1S37. 22. daughter of Joseph and Margaret (Robinson) Rivers. 1746. David P. Mr. 1802. fuly. 1771. He died in childhood. She died young. m. [1082]. She died young. T-Josef'h A'trrrs. Samra [1089]. March 11. d. Oct. 181 1. April 2. '^ Louisa She resided in Rockland. 1827. 2. in Warren. 1870. 1834. -David S-oeettand. Catherine Watts [1075]. She was born in Waldoboro. THE CHILDREN WERE Jamks [1083]. 1S66. Libbey. 1847. 111. 20. 29. Me. Sarah [1087]. in Warren. 1800. b. -VlfreI) [io8i]. b. May 16. RUFUS Erastus No. Oct. RLvria [1085]. m. 24. rSoS. March 19. b. d. iicc Howard. Ji:>HN W'ATr.f(?/W/r? f-F(Z//j-. Luey (Wheeler) Savward. son. b. Alexander Libbey.s [1071].' 28. 9. . ^SUphen Law}v. 1S27. Palruk Pebbles txobinson. m. 1S41. [1078]. m. A. Tan. . . Oct. Moses Crane.KMrs. Jan. 17S0. 1796. •"• M=»y '6. Julia Ann Alive. June 15. 1S42. Nov. m. 9. 1S48. Knott Barti. Almira Colbum Wilson. in Friendship. March iS. . 1837.xander [96S[ in and Friendship. m. Me. in Warren. 4. 17.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. . June 22. She was born Jan. m. Penelope Jones. He died young. b. Dkhorah [1092]. Jameson married March 13. daughter of Abner and Joanna (Kilborn Farrington. son of Samuel [967] and Sarah in 1768. 22. 1825. Jameson died Sept. d. WaHam^). Me. d.. 1701. 1770. ^le.-. Aug. She resided in Hiram. 4. m. Me. MciSES [1090]. He died in childhood.Sarah Farnngta/i. Jameson died March Mrs. 1). /. "^Elizabeth Storer. Jane [1073]. Dec. [1076]. Me. b. 1850. where they resided. William Shiiman. was born April i. "Solomon Fernald. iSii pub. [1068]. Me. 1786. '^Mrs. m. 1794. b. iS. Mr.b. Me. 3. pub. 9. m. d. b. 1875. i. of Ale. . 1S29. 15. the date not given.Samuel Rankin.Wl/nam^). -Simeon H'ot/on. 30. -Margaret ThompCcutonia Winshna. d.MiiND [1070].. 1830. 1769. Sarah Jameson died April 17. Bktsev [1086]. Sarah Caswell. Nancy C. i. She was born Jan. m. ^Betsey Rii'ers. 13.ett [io6g].. d. m. iSoi. 1845. Ann F. April 11. d. 1S09. June 30. Ruth Jameson died. Nov. JiisEPH [1091]. 1S33.. 28. m. George^ Jameson ' {Saw/u-/. Isabella Jameson died May 27. daughter of Caleb and Catherine (Romergar) Howard. d. d. He married daughter of John and Elizabeth (McNea!) Watts. where they resided. [1080]. ^Mrs. 1857. 1S14.m. Esther Gardner. b 17S3. prior to 1873. Ruth Bartlctt. Me. Jameson married P'eb. m. Feb. m.\pril 6. b.

1781." county of Hancock. Ja. came from the north of IreHer brother. was Reference. The whole region was still earlier called tion of Cambden.. Me. son of Ale.-^7'/. pp. 25... where /«/'.- History of Tliomaston and /loekland. S6. now Friendship. Detached at Camden. [1094]. in Friendship. Deborah Jameson's father. Time of service seven days.-. . He and Chloe married. Me. II. Jeremiah Colburn's Co. came from Kingston. d.\ander [968] Memoranda. They resided at "Clam Blackington. p. He entered the service Feb.meson was one of the first settlers of Negunticook. 335.RENCES. Simon Robinson. 1791./er. Memoranda. Sarnh Blackington.^ W««<7A of Warren. Camdex. 17S1. 991.- JJ'/7/i. ////'.\an. Abraham Jones. Me. Oct.--. Me. 17. Me. was born in Friendship. Me... Wadsworth'. Previously known as "Plantaincorporated Feb.— y/. 10. formerly written de Morse. 993. 1781. left.. ) Me. II. {A/twa/ti/rr.. son of Alexander [968] and Mary (McLellan Jameson. one hundred and thirty-seven Mrs.. /Colls. History of Tliomaston and Roc/dantt. Vol. ^8i. daughter of Ale. was born. Re-. JI. Alexander" Jameson {Alexander. 9. Mr. No.p. m. RErERENCES. Mary Jane [1095].. " Negunticook. it is said. m. No. where Mr. Sen. Cove.— 77« History of Tliomaston and Rockland. Sarah Jameson's father.- IVHIiam'^).: Vol. Mr. Mary" Jameson they resided. m. Me. Me." now written Megunticook. 182S. Ebenezer" Jameson (A/e. Jameson. 1755." Rei-F. and Mary (McLellani Jameson. now Camden.. descendants. Under Brig. He has the following Revolutionary record: "Alexander Jameson. Mass.xander [968] and Mary (McLellan) Jameson. 3S1. Vol. was born in Friendship. Me. Gen./: " . Jr. He was born in Camden. Slie married. Henry Robinson. Department Goinmand. Joseph Rivers. 1777.. and w\as discharged March 4. her husband's daughter by a previous maniage. Me. 373. Me.WilUam^). Me.200 Thiirnton W. Me. p. [1096J. Catherine Morse. Vol. Mrs. Jameson [1085]. Joseph Rivers. 992. Memoranda.r//!'^). XI I/I. married Maiia land and settled in Gushing. Cornelius Morton. daughter of She was born in Attleboro. 1842. Caroline Rohiiison. Me. Me.." or " Jameson's Point." and later removed to Charleston. No. Mass. He married They resided in Friendship. Jameson died Oct. Oct. sergeant in Lieut. 2i:i: Mass. 6. to Meduncook. THE JAMESONS IX AMERICA. at his death in 1S32.

Mr. 1S27. 17S0: 111. 1748. THE CHILDREN WERE: IJETSEV. Martha Jameson died June 16. b. Martha'' Jameson {Paul. b. April 20. Howard. Me. d. 1799. served in the Penobscot expedition 2 months and 16 days and was discharged Sept. was born in Friendship. m. Me.NCK.Sept. Simmons. .— 7"/. McCobb's Regiment.\bel hlooJ: m. Vol. Dec. Jameson has the following military record •• Ebenezkk Jameson. Mr. July 8.. 1788: 111. b. Blood resided in Thomaston.Wi!liam% daughter of Paul [971] and Elizabeth (Pebbles) Jameson. July iS. in Capt.. Jan. and Daniel and Joshua Howard in St. Ma rl//a /'orler/ield. Me. 1776. Jan. was born May 30.S. 24. .. Col. married Daniel Howard. 19.////. I'AUL. 17S6. II. and settled in Waldoboro. 1751.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Bradford died May 9. 2jj. 30. Daniel. and his two brothers. George. 6. Me. b. 3Iargaret^ Jameson {Alexander. d. 1804.b. b. came from Bridgewater. 1774. Memoranda. He married. in Friendship. I-. Nancv. 1820.l/jiJ-. Jan. 1S14. Mrs. Mary. m. 22. . Dec. 1746. Coast Defense. 996. No. 1753. 17S3. j-]-jT„/os/iiia Bradford. 1798. (7V///. ra. Jameson died in Robert' Jameson (Pebbles) '^ 1828.. son of Joshua and Hannah (Bradford) Bradford. p.— 77/<- Histoiy of Tliomasloii niui KocMiuut. in Friendship. w^as born N'ov. Tol. m. I2g.Mr. son of Paul [971] and Elizabeth Jameson. They resided in Rockland. p. b.AIAH. Mr. Da-'id Watson. March. She was born May 7. Me. Me.. AW: Rolls.. -Cahb Ihnuant. U'itliavi Brewster. Me. Me. 17. m. in Camden. No. i j 80. Me. 10. Joshua. 2j. Me. Refkrexck. the children were: Paul [1097]. iS. Jameson married. Aug. Dec. Joshua. 29. 1816. 1S03. THE CHILUUEN WERE: Rachel. 20. Dec. in Rockland. 1779.^ Geiiealoiry of the Bradford Family.. 14. 1791. ////'. Mr. They resided in Rockland. -Deborah 1789. daughter of Alexander She [96S] and Mary (McLellan) Jameson. Mass. She married April 26. George." : RKKEKF. CoRNELirs. They resided in St. Mariha Jane [1098]. Aug. Howard in L'nion. 1785. 994. 1S12. Oct. 1791. Me.' in/Iiam^). He was born April 2. Watson in Rockland.is a mariner and died at sea. 20I Memoranda. i.-. m. Philip M. ^'^ "'. Caleb and Joshua Howard. 1778. References. He enlisted July 8. He was born in Bridgewater. ^. Samuel Corporal. in Friendship. Mass. daughter of Patrick and Martha (Jameson) Porterfield [969]. XXX l'//. where Mr. Mr.. Mr. Ann. Rohert.Uiniam^). P^eb. b. b. 1779. Ulmers Co. 6. pp. where they resided.

Diana [1105]. Mr. Cornelius BradforcFs Co. [1099]. 1S09. Susan \V. July l. July 3. 20. Me. 1779. June 3. '^Ruth Hortoii. References. \Zb\. : Mr. Harriet Grant. 15." Rockland. 2S. with their cousin. 1S56. Charles Jameson. 5.. 1832. There is recorded an interesting Revolutionary anecdote of Robert Jameson and tlie Tory. Vol. b.xter [iiio]. 32-^b. and received state and continental bounties. f. Feb. Me. ^Mary Tolman. Col. b. all from Meduncook.s [1104]. 2j6. Samuel McLai(g/iliir. At St. within the limits of Camden.I/<. William Clough. Pomeroy.'' called Clam Cove. Mark Mary De." projection of Thomaston on the south. Sarah Clough. Me. now Rock"Owl's Head." a land. It appears that British marauders plundered Robert Jameson's place at Jameson's Point. 1806.xander. Gres. Robert Jameson." " Reenlisted for the War. -Henri- K. m. Me. Rolls. in Friendship. Me. Jameson and private in Capt. Oct. Jameson's Robert Jameson. 1S62. Mrs. i. Georges. 1S51.or\\ m. 30. /?(/'. \^o'S>. Rolls. Benjamin Plumnier's Co. Vol. Offieers. an old schoolmate of Jameson's. 27". iSii. John Jones. having been piloted there by one Pomeroy. Isaac [iioo]. March '////'. 22. 12. March 29. 1S43. XXVIIF. and Mr. 1S22. [1113].. 5. Ja-MF. and "Jameson's Point " on the north. settled near each other. m.r. 1760.Collamore.. Vol. [1112]. -Cor- delia JciHN [1109]. service in the Revolutionary War has the following record : "In Capt.m. Susan Clough./k/'. July Tolman. settled about 1770 at a place near " Leverett's Point. Jameson's Revolutionary service has the following record his elder brother. Oct. 1776. included Rockland Harbor.— J/." Mr. Wo. Ro/>ert Gregory. Jameson died Dec. d. 13. 1S36. was born Feb. 1834. Lydia J. 1S37. 6. ly. m. William [1106]. 1794. 1776. pp. CliaiieS ' Jameson [Paui. 21. St. Me. They resided at "Jameson Point. Re-J. He resided in Camden.Alexander Jameson.202 Elizahkth THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. They resided at "Jameson's Point. XL///. KUTH [iio2]. Jameson died Dec. Robert [iioi]. 26.. iSii. now Friendship. Jan. and gave name to "Jameson's Point.. Me. m Memoranda. 2d Lieut." and a few years later the opportunity occurred and Jameson gave said Pomeroy a sound thrashing. served 6 months. Sept. Mr. b. Nov./^/'. /«*. Jan. Gay. 23. George's.f^. Jameson married Feb. He resided in Camden. 7. . between Oct. 1835. for which deed of unkindness Jameson swore he would "some day punish the rascal. m. Lvdia Clough. He married.pu/: Sept. 1S49. Patrick [1103]. THE CHILDREN WERE Jeremiah [1107]. "Agnes Hyler. Charlotte Smith. 2bg: The History of Camden.WHHam^). Nov. m. and was discharged Sept. . 22 and Nov. Jameson and his younger brother. Charles [1108]. He enlisted March He was stationed at 1776. 1825. J\le. Oliver [iiii]. p. d. iiS: Muster LX/." Rockland. This place became known as "Jameson's Point. George^Johnson. Charles Jameson. Mr. 24. p. May 1S31. Mason Wheaton's Regiment. etta : m. son of Paul [971] and Elizabeth (Pebbles) Jameson. Me. with their cousin Ale." Rockland. pub. 6. Memoranda. 5../7/.. 999.

^ WUUam^). March 7. New England Hist.— v?«'<-<)™'.xander Kelloch's Co. /. 1801 m. 1797. Robert Wyllie.IZAHEIH [1115]. viz. daughter of Carpenter THE CHILDREN WERE: Pmli. m. Mc. l^<)^. 1795 Estate of Paul Jameson Late of Mr. pub. Mr. Nov. Probate Rrj. II. Dec. p-S'I- . Samuel Hinkley W'illiain. 1848.\. July 31.— . who died in infancy. and was discharged Sept. 5. XXX XX. iSg. 21. -Mary A. I2g. Mass. 24. Rolls. Their names are not given. F. Mr. Date. Me. July 31. 19. in Friendship. . in Friendship. Enlisted July 8. Records. Philip M. . They resided in Warren. who died in childhood. was born Dec. 179S. Various Ser-i:e. VII. p. and Mrs. b. 1798 m. 19. {Paul. ried Sarah Parsons. Me. Vol. b. Life. . Ill. b. Served 2 months." Widow Sally Jameson married Oct. Vol. 4. Aug. William ^Jameson ried Nov. Stizaker died Feb. Mrs.IVi/Hafn'^). '^ 1854. 7. Mary Young. 1890. Mrs. d.!/««. Eliza Watson Sara/i.. 1840. 21S: No. She was born in 1764 in Gushing. Mass.xpedition. No.Sept. April Four Others. Rev. Vol. 1 79 1. THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Pay Rolls. b. 1803. served 2 months and 16 days in the Penobscot expedition. 22. was born Mi-s. b. Me. 1792. son of Paul [971] and Elizabeth He mar(Pebbles) Jameson. Dec. i2g. May 22. in Friendship. Refkrences. Jameson married Oct. b. m Memoranda. References. Jan. m. Mrs. p. b. Mr. t.x children. d. widow Adm.— 7X^ History of Thomaston and RockUiml. Island. Julv 23.. Ralls. They resided in Cushing. Jameson died Sept. 20. Mc Cobb's Regiment. Me. George McLellan Jameson [1077] d. Me. 17. May 28. He marHannah {Bradford) Cook. Isaac [1116]. 1S86. />. yj. Vol. 31. 1805. b. m. where they resided. Gen. 203 Charles Jameson.SON was born in 1770. 31.y [1114]. private in Capt. Jameson died July 21. m. April 5.I.. p. 1823. Cook. "Mrs. (Pebbles) Jameson. They resided on Burton's or Gay's Mr. Col. Wilson died Feb. Col. 5. 260. .-//v><z// /'. in Cushing. Me.2S1. p. 1S30. Me. 1764.. 1001. Jauiesgn served as a private in Capt.. June 26.. Aliiiira Colburn. 1828. 1S73. 1837. where he died.Me. 1792. 1806. Register. 1761. m. Nancy Davis. March 23. William [1117]. 1795. Lincoln Co. Ulmer's Co.. 17S3. Me. and had si. XXX. Oct. served two months and si. He enlisted July 8. Sally Jameson. Ale. Wilson married May He was born in 1756. 164. Charles Jameson. 12. 1779. and was discharged Sept. f. 1779. April 21. Bradford. 1779. d. daughter of Lawrence and Eleanor (Young) Parsons. XXXVI. 16.Kteen days in the Penobscot e. iSoi. Vol. and it is said came from Dracut. Andrew Winchenbach. 1809.. July 11. Sept. June 22. References. She was born June 28. m. 10. 1858. Jameson followed the seas. b. 1812. in Lieut. b. b. 23...f of Lincoln. Dec. M. Alexander Young. 24. 24. Johnstone. Capt. 1000. Vol. d. Mr. Me. 26. p. in Warren. 1779. .. : . Charlotte [1118]. . Life Wilson. Joscpli. and widow of Zenas Cook.. W1L. June 28. 1S27. Ulmer's Co. /son. 2S: Vol. who died in bovhood. XXXVIf. 1767. 1799. m. 18S6. James A.. 1829. 1823. -'John Stizaker. Me. Life PailP Jameson (^(Z"/. Philip Cushing. Samuel I\Ic Cobb's Regiment. son of Paul [971] and Elizabeth May 24. Me. 5. 1811. The Annals of Warren. Jameson died Aug. 24. Aug. 1854..

it is said. Me. 25. was killed by the falling of a tree. [1124]. He was born in Warren. April 17. where she died. 1S41. . Me. 1S05. July 6. Me.. Tames C.^. /.iVHHam^). 1S26. son of Lawrence and Eleanor (Voung) Parsons. . Dec. d. Aug. Me. daughter of Paul [971] and Elizabeth (Pebbles) Jameson. h. Nellie.. 1822. Memoranda. 27. Me. 1894. He resided in Bangor. 1760. May 28.lA-. Burton married -Lucy Spear of Warren. 16.. Me. 1845.KANOR [1120].. 1753. Saco. or Friendship. Me.. Meduncook. was born July 21. They resided in Meduncook. 2. 18 17. Sarah ° Jameson {Paul. 1830. July 16. 1879. They resided in Pepperellborough. She died in girlhood. 1830. d. IVil/iam Biiiioii res. Mr. piib. Me. Saco.IHE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 6. 1845. July 19. No. Feb. 1810. Gideon L. of William and Jane (Robinson) Burton. daughter of William [973] and Jane (Means) Jameson. fsaac J. She married March iS. April 5. Henry [1122]. was born Dec. 25.^ WHUam^ ). where she died. March 11. March 26. Mrs. 1816. Nov. This farm for many years was famous for its fine orchard of apple trees. in Old Orchard. m. where he died in 1846. Lawrence. b. She married Lawrence Parsons. at his death left thirty-eight grandchildren. Mass. 1770. married Maria Elsie Cook. THE CHILDREN WERE: Elizai:eth. b. Me. b. 28. Jameson lived and died on his father's farm in. Edward [1125].. 180S. in Warren. 2. son of Paul [971] and ElizaHe beth (Pebbles) Jameson. He was born Oct. b. 183S.-\fter Mrs. Deering died May 20. June ig. Me. m. 1004. son of John and Eunice (Spinney) Deering. 24. May 20. Lucy Ann Hoggs. Jameson. Me." Martin. [1123]. Sept. was born Oct. July 20. b. 1S13. b. [1127]. 1S26. Jan. 1779. viz. now Mr. where they both died.Uiniam''). They resided in Gushing.— T". d. 1772.. Hannah ^ Jameson JVHHatn.Annals of U'arrni. 1836. She resided in Cushing. 1833. 1817. 10.. 1821. El. J eremi !lb ° Jameson {/'<7«/. Matilda Gay. ( . He died in childhood. ElizMr. Aug. 25. . in Meduncook. in Biddeford. Deering died Sept.. Elsie C. seventy-nine greatgrandchildren. b. No. He was the third of his parents' nineteen children. 1849. j:gS. 1005. m. Jameson died April 4. Mr. Reference. in Friendship. [1128]. now Friendship. Paul [1121]. d. THE CHILDREN WERE: Sarah I1119]. G. : Elizabeth Parsons married W'illimn Burton. Joseph Deering. 1S02. daughter Eliza Jane. She resided in Cushing. Mr. 1822. Mary. now Saco. son . where she died in 1869. Me. of Joseph and Lucy (Fitzgerald) Boggs she was born Alarch 6. and five great-great-grandchildren. Me. Oct. Memoranda. Pease of Boston. b. Burton abeth Burton's death Mr. Me.. 14. b. There was one child of each marriage. Nancy Edward Eleazar [1126].

Me. April 26. Mrs. 1S12. 5. Penn.Mk. 30. Me. Scarborough. pub. Me. Deering married Jan.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. CHILDREN WERE JANE. 26. b. Joseph. 1888. Nov. for the manufacture of grain and grass harvesting machinery. Mn-iatn Pillslniiv. . March 20. the elder son of William and Abby (Barbour) Deering. i. Nov. \:i.V^K^-HCY. Jan. Sept. Ha. m. known as the Deering Harvester Company. Me. in Saco. 111. Barbara. 18S3. 1800. Deering died May 30.ico Valley. died Feb. 1780. 1S26. 1763. She was born April 25. -Marion Denison Whipple. 42J. 19. b. 27. Mass. M. 17S9. They carry on a large and successful business. 31. Y. Deering was of A • born July 31. Lydia (SUvfnsoii) XlilUr. James Deering. Mr. 1802. d. Nov. \ViLLL\M.. Oct. Me. iS. pf. in South Paris.wah. The Mary Jameson ^ ( IVH/iam.)-. Elizai:eth. Marion. Me. Me. j-79. Subsequently he became pait owner in and superintendent of an establisluiient in Chicago. and in 1884 it was incorporated under the name of William Deering & Co.^ Martin. They reside in Chicago. Sept. 1S49. d. 1794. U. 13. Nov.. m. 1796. his two sons.— The Records of Saco. Hannah Sawyer. 1823. June 16. Oct. b.. 626. July 24. Feb. He learned the trade of a cabinet maker in Saco. was born in Old Orchard. b. constitute the copartnership. Sept. Deering is of the firm Deering Harvester Company.%. d. 8. 1802. in Saco. Deering. Mr. 27. Richard F. h. Howe. i'i. pub. 15. 1S69.. She married. Me.Moore) Deering. 1S19. 16. V. 3. Eli:.xtieth anniversar_\' of their marriage. She was born in Morristown. 62-. . Feb. Tliey celebrated the si. Deering died Nov. Mr. 1798 m. yohn Daring. Aug. June i. 189S. jSo. Me. Me. few years later he married Eliza Moore. iSoi. She died in early womanhood. 1 Annie Rogers Case. She died in infancy. Enoch. April 23. 5. where they resided.Mi. and their wedded life extended over a period of sixty-seven years. Sept. . Mrs. Mn. 17S2. 1876. 1S52. 1816. Memoranda. 17S7 m. and Caroline (Cooke) Whipple. was . 30.. 1792. Dec. 1SS4. navy. was born April 25. iMe. 1899. the seventh generation from George Deering. 18S6. March 12. 1S41. b. Aug. b. 181S. liuxiCE. igb. ni. Deering died Oct. Charles and James. May 19. a daughter of Rear Admiral. 1831. April 29. 11. d. Aug. 1875. in his one hundredth year. 17S5. b. Mrs. who came from England and settled as early as 1640 at Blue Point. d. b. b. Charles Deering. Mrs. Samuel. and Mr. Aaron Saimmon. History of Paris. May 16. June 5. and was a successful business man for ten years in his native town.a Moore d. He received a good education. in South Paris. Oct. Jan. 2. 422. 1S98.VRTIN.. Annie R. He married Nov. 1830. The children were: Charles William Case. Aug. son of John and Eunice Spinney) Deering. the only son of James and Eliza (. 19. p. 15. as senior member of the firm of Deering. b. 1S03.\-]\ Betsey Cuminings. 1S47. i86g. 1876. ( . was born July 15.- WHliam^X daughter of William [973] and Jane (Means) Jameson. Me . In 1869 he bought out the entire business. Augustine Ludlow and Anna (Rogers) Case.. Milliken & Co. 12. 2. and is now. 23. b. and c-ommissioned a lieutenant in the United States Navy. the youngest son of Joseph and Hannah (Jameson) Deering. James. He was born April g. 1798. daughter of Elislia and Elizabeth (Morse) Moore. He died in childhood'. Roger. 1783.. 1761. m. m. The S. William Deerixg. 111. d. 12. 23. She was born in Newburgh. pp. and his son-in-law. and in 1S20 established himself in business in South Paris. 11. Thomas Warrin. 1S65. b. N. in Southborough. 1890. He was graduated from the Annapolis Naval Academy. S. March 24. Oct. b. Deering. Nii. Margaret Peterson. d. and later in Portland. daughter of Major-General William D.

./. 17S9. eight months. Elizabeth Prentiss Jane. resided.. Sept. ly-JW Jitimery. 4. Mr. Mrs. Eliza [1132]. No. m. 2. Mary [1138]. Sept. 133. March 11. He was born in Bowdoinham.7. b. Moses Thompson. 1S14: m. Me. John'' Jameson {Winiam. 1S12. b. RoiJERT. 5.— 77. b. 16.meson was born. MuRRELL [1134].- JF/Z/A/w'). March 28. 1799. 1836. 28. where they Mrs. July 22. Me. Jameson died Jan. ILDREN WERt SiiS(i. 1S02.. d. d Jan. 1S05. b. 26. 200. daughter of James and Mary Hewey. 1S12. Dec. 1765. 7. and eleven days. May 25. 1809. m.." William'^). -Mis. in Topsham. pp. Sept. 14. -M/rj. b.////'. S79History of Woodstock. of ninety-eight years. Sept. m. in Saco. Capl.April 24. Jan.felio-. m.b. b. daughter of William [973] and Jane (Means) Jameson. 16. d. 1S93. 1S43.^ J/<7/7/./... m. 1805. James. 1787. p. 1794 m. 4. 1864.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 16. Nov. 1S25. 1824.^ Martin. Sept. b. 15. 1803. 1873- THE CHILDREN WERE: Arthur [1131]. Enoch. Me. Aug. d. Luther Lombard. 179S. She lived to tlie age ..\KK. "i. 23. Celia A.^ jSo. Jameson died Aug. m. 1801 M. b. ihe children were: Marti. 4.^ Martin. Feb. April 10. 26. m. m. Mrs. Sarah Bailey. He married April 25. and died on the same place. 1862. 762. Jan. m. 19. They resided in Damariscotta. b. m. July 29. "^ "^ Memoranda.Patience Lons. Charles [1133]. Mary (Rumery) Bradford. Marlin ried ^ Jameson ( ?r'/7//V7. He marand they resided in Northport. Me. Record of Pepferellborough. 1011.x [ii29]. Jane Given: d. Me. Lucia. References. 1774. 1S35. The Saco I 'alley. Patterson died in i860. a respectable family. 12. 21. 1845. d.Perkins. 187S. Me. 1844. 7. AlE-\A-NIier. d. Charles Curtis. 1S66. Elisha Paitetson. 1767. 1S67. Reference. Aug. 6. b. m. p. Sally [1137]. b. Aug. b. He died on the Island of St. 1809. 6. b. Jan. and it is said that " they raised Me. Saco. 1850. July i.. b. b. 21. EixicE. Jameson died Jan. 1799. Ja. (Sanborn) Jameson. in Saco. d. was born Sept. in Old Orchard. 1775. 1S91. 19. 31.. Me. May 23. Alice Bailey. Aug.^ . 21. p. 5. Jan. b. 17. 1791. Elthera H.i Nniihall. Given [1135]. d. was born Nov. IVI/Ham^). Mr. No. Oct. Mary CUaves. b. 1S07.mi [1136]. The History of Paris. Liicinda Stewart. 1852. Oct. son of William [973] and Jane (Means) Jameson.— 77. April 4. . m. Pnrinton.-0 Valley. Mary. . 1796. She was born Nov.- married. m. Dec. 627. lived. Sally Winslcni. iSoi.. Susann.S-. Jan. March 14. 1838. 1007. d.c. She Nov.\ [1130]. 1S63. Mary Heu<ey.. 4. Sept. p.. iSoi. Me. was born Nov. Albert W. Me. Nov. 13." Jane'' Jameson {^IVilliam. Alv. son of William [973] and Jane (Means) Jameson. Me.

j-j. Oct. lished by George in Folsom Mrs. Hannah A. Fallerson. John Anderson of Portland. France. Me. 22. She died in early life. He married Dec. Oct. was born Aug.. Adams.. m. 1S29. pp. It is said that her uncle and her husband were not related to each other.. 4. 1759. 13. Me. Jameson died Aug. b. 3fary Siiooi. Dorcas li. D. 2. 1S21. 17S9. William Mark Memoranda. and after his death she returned to France. 177S. 10. although of the same name. Elizahelh Hiitchins. They resided in Freeport. '" She married Martin Anderson. Me. married Dec. son of Jacob and Agnes (Phinney) Anderson. daughter of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson. ^James Deering. [1140]. who died Jan. Oct. V. 1788. 1845. 3. .d. 17. She died in childhood. 1 5. Robert'' Jameson {WUUam.. pub6. Annie Williams Jameson [i 152] married Hon. 1S53. 1S32: m. Anderson died ( Freeport. and where they resided. 1S59. and widow of James Deering of Saco. Tank. D. m. Mr. ^ Martin. 28. . Me. Nenry R. of Rochester University. b. 1S66. 1837. 1S19. 6. b. 2. June 30. 1S51. m. The History of Saco and Biddeford. Sept. and settled on a farm between Freeport and Brunswick. Boston. Catharine^ Jameson James. 'Anna Seaton. President Anderson was "for many years the editor of a Baptist newspaper.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. m. 1S07. Anderson. REI--ERENCES. : Memoranda. 241. 1S3. Oct. 1745. Jameson was a subscriber of in 1S30. Feb. Anderson's niece. March 15. . b. THE CHILDREN WERE: [1139]. 1S24. d. iMr. d. Mrs. Me. [1142]. \%i. THE ONLY CHILD WAS Martin. 1S35. 2tg.WiUiam^). May 20. John [1144]. Mrs. b. "Their sixth child married Kate Jameson after he returned from the Revolutionary War.. [1143]. His wife was born in Havre. 1S13. Jameson died Sept. Nov. Maky [1145]. 1S17 Lydia [1141]. Dec." Mr. Charles [1146]. Me. Mass. 1868.xplaining the especial opinions which constitute the grounds of dissent of that sect that some of their colleges gave him the degree of D. 25. Aug. b. daughter of William and Charlotte (Smith) Cole. No. son of William [973] and Jane (Means) Jameson. d. N. b.- WHHam^). 2. WiLLiAiM Jameson was a sea captain. Lydia {Cole) Decri/ig. 17. 1S59. 14.y. 13. m. b. April 16.N'IEI. Dec. Mr. Mr.^ Martin. Anderson was the grandfather of President Martin B. March 12. Me. Feb. Boothl>\'. Jameson married March 21. Anderson's father. although he was never an ordained minister. 1812. 29. '(>b. b. 18S5. 1S23. and so skilful in defending and e. in Saco. where she was born July 30. in New York." Jacob Anderson. Dec. 1S63. 1867. 6.t). April 11. 181 1. 1S26. Agnes Phinney of North Yarmouth. 19. D.. Jan. Me. Nov. Mrs. Me. 1012. She accompanied him on his ocean voyages. Da. was born Sept.— AViwvii of Saco.

(Hodgkins) Colburn. 16. Jameson died June 3. 1770. 2og. 1803. 9. Mrs. Oct. Me. 1847. 11." so called. b. Daniel Jameson died at sea. Oct. where Capt. Jameson was known the following lines : as "Capt. 17S5. 1814. m. Me. He married. "' //ere lies an honest man.Rmcv. V. He d'ed in Ricliibucto.Martin B. Rr. 1765.' Martin. 26. Watson resided Watson was born in iSoo. X. Hannah Jameson James. Sept. the son.p. [1148]. 17. Mass. 20. Maktin Anderson'. Oct. 1018. Vol. Jeremiah [1147]. was born Nov. They had no children. son of Robert and port..— r/ie ///story of Bninswkk. Robert Williams. son of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson. b. of Rochester University. 18. Edward Watson."^ Martin. and Mrs. Susan Ramsey [1153]. d. 1S03. She died the same day. D. Me. Daniel * Jameson CJames. b. — Bangor //islorical Magazine. June..2o8 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. He built a small house opposite "Jameson Falls.WHHam '). Mr.William 1). and died in ISoston. 1S43. N.p. was born June 17. in Boston. Fanny Memoranda. iS6t.. was born July 20.. Anne W. Jameson was one of the earliest settlers on the Penobscot river. He was born July 24.^ WnHam \ daughter of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson.Vc:. a sea captain. Me. Oct. 1753. about a hundred rods south of Lunt's line. N. Memoranda. truly say : May — • few vain mortals can. He married EUzahetli Co/burn. 1763. in Freeport. . William Colhuru. He was Daniel Jameson. May d. Jameson. res. d. m. 14. Ann (Boylston) Williams. THE CHILDREN WERE : Anne [1151]. 1016. m. D. ( . Me. Damei. They resided in Freeport. 1804. daughter of Jeremiah and Frances Me. Martin [1150]. A'ancy. 26. 1S22. ]ii49l. while on a voyage.'' ivhicJi His gravestone is inscribed with " Tills modest stone. 1779. son of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson. Oct." Mass. in FreeShe married Dec.. 1S06. had an only child. Jr. They resided Capt. Orono. ni. Sept. in Freeport. No. Mr. Me. 13. SsS. A. Oct. was the father of President . She was born April 30. Me. 182S. /. who married Mr. John Anderson. Aug. Mr. Pol/y Bailey.vr. He married Jan. Reference. Anne Hichlwrn. 17. in Portland. No. 1843. She was born in Pownalborough. in Boston. 23. and died in early manhood.'' Martin. 1S79. 16.. Mass. Mr. daughter of Samuel and Anne (Williams) Hichborn. [1152]. 1S03. and died at his home in Rochester. B.. 1872. b. 6. 1803. Jameson died Feb. Samuel ^ Jameson (:7'"«<--f. in Orono. V'inal. 1798. Anderson. Y'.

1S06. established the " Old Corner Book Store. 1773. 1S34. Lieut. 17S2. as recorded above. Boston. and married March 13. entered the Boston Latin School.xbury Latin School. and April 12. Lincoln to suppress the Shays' Reljellion. Waller B. Helen J/. b." on the corner of School and Washington streets. 1881. and graduated at the age of twenty years (1773) from Harvard University. Lieut. viz. age of nnie years. They resided in No. b. Williams died Oct.•\le. was born in 1691. b." Boston. in Boston. ensign and paymaster in Col. 1849. Mrs. May 26. Of this marriage there was one child. b. Mrs. Helen M. viz. He was the secretary and treasurer of T/ie Sociely of Cincinnati ior many years. 1779. A. May 12.. Williams was on the board of selectmen of Boston from iSii to 1S17.Margery Williams. in 1762.\meson. m. '1^ dismissed the school. his eldest son. Mr. 1S57. and died Sept. and his mother. 1834. b. 28. viz. Elizahetli Collier. 1S21. with his brother. and they had four children. 1814. William R. Thev have four cliildren. near the Franklin monument. 1855. Mass. Their chil7. .-Inna Louisa Palmer. 1851 Sept. Sidney Boylston. Lee's regiment. Georiic and Harriet. Lieut. b. He married ^Hannah Jameson. m. 1846. She was born Feb. under Col. locked the door. Mrs. Cohasset. daughter of Robert Pearce of Gloucester. was born in Waltham. Williams in 1787 volunteered his services under Gen. Sarah (Fierce) Williams. and held that position at the commencement of the Revolutionary War. d. b. and they lie buried in the Old Granery Cemetery. 1822. Henry Jackson's i6tli iMass. and engaged in merat the Mr.ms cantile business. April 15. Alexander Williams. and served under Washington during the siege of Boston. Jan. Aug.. 1S4S. Robert P. 1S14. 11. Sidney Boylston. June 28. 14. married May 28. May 8. iSig. 15. put the key in his pocket.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. On April ig. 1S72. Robert and . dren were: Robert. Williams.s\ A. b. July 9. 1S40. 17. . . ni. Williams's fatlier. Mass. and at Springfield. July i. Ann (Boylston) Williams. and served until the 1 6th and gth Mass. 1854 Mary L.\ander Williams. April 4. were members of the First Church in Boston. Alexander. Mass. 209 They resided on "Fort Hill. Mass. He was in the engagements at Stillwater and Saratoga. Of this marriage there were four children. And he married July 29. Geokck. 18 18. Mr. igoo. Robert Williams. Jsabella Hunt Perry. : . . '^Bethia Pearce. was born in 1727. 24. He died in boyhood. paymaster in Col.. Afterward he was made. at Monmouth. Soon after he became master of the Ro. . Willia. May 14.Mass. 139 Newbury street. was commissioned first lieutenant and paymaster. 1S22. Williams died Jan. March 26. Mass. He was born Aug. THE CHILDREN WERE: Eleanor J. They had nine children. Horace. with a summer residence on Elm street. Mass. They resided 139 Newbury St.il:cr\ A. and his grandmother. ^ Sarah Maxiccll Parker. Boston. . He returned in 1794 to Boston. Robert Williams.. 30. and in captivity to the Arabs. 1S42. Memoranda. Williams married May 20. regiments were consolidated into the 4th Continental Regt. April 5. was born in Ro. : : Robert Pearce Williams. 17S8. in Boston. Billiiii. 21. Charles Williams. Jackson. was born March II. Ijctwcen 1792 and 1794 he had a most thrilling experience on board his ship Coi/ii/uTce by shipwreck.\pril 3. She was born Aug. Dea. to the time of his death. joined the militia. iSoS.. Louisa i'olsoin. He married April. iSio. and C/iarles C. daughter of Stevens Gould and Louisa Folsoni (Baker) Palmer. Lieutenant Williams's eldest son. 1777. 1857. the second son of Alexander and Elizabeth (Collier) Williams. Mr. 1885. 1787. Regt. his great grandparents. His grandfather. in -Swampscott. Lieut.xbury. 1S91. 1844. Williams died May 6. He was appointed June 3. and was at Valley Forge. b. Mary Bliss Wliiting. April 17. Robert Pearce. b. succeeded to the business. Charles.

1840. manufactured woolen goods during the War ol 1812 with England. 1852. which was once for many years the home of Lieut. and 1S40 he was elected a member of the general court of Massachusetts. Mass. B. Roxbury District. Eleanor J. The heirs now live abroad. England. At her decease the estate went to the family of Walter Baker. and a royalty on the sales of the " Baker Chocolate. d. to a new house of more modern and convenient appointments located at No. He married March 10. Mass. and in 1S33. b. Boston. and Anna EUzabeih. 1S38. Robert Williams. Mass. Nov. 30. Aug. b.s. a son of the first marriage. and became of a world-wide reputation as the manufacturer of " Baker's Chocolate. 1889. Colonel Baker died May 7. Esq. In 1824 he took in charge the manufacture of chocolate at the lower mills in Dorchester. viz. and all Nervous Diseases. regiment. was leased and designated IE Walter Baker Mansion Sanit. b. They had four children. Conn. '^Eleanor Jameson Williams. d. 1843. Its location is No. She died Dec. Gov. . Baker. '^Deborah Smith Moit of Boston. II.2IO THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. After the decease of Mrs. Mass. Henry M. 1853. son of Edmund and Sarah (Howe) Baker. Jan." He was commissioned in 1827 colonel of the First Mas. Pierce paid her a satisfactory sum. : 1845. 524 Warren street. 1891. 1845. d. Fowler. was born June 28. July 21. treatment oi Alcoholism. in London. 1841. Mass. Oct. Sept. 1S39. Ele.\KER married May 14. and her interest in the sales ceased. Morphinism. Colonel Baker's children of the second marriage all died in childhood. their residence. Jan. twins.\nor Baker. July 11. Robert Peane. corner of Park street. . Eleanor Williams.m was formally opened for the reception of patients in 1892. Nov.^ker's property in trust. 8. the manager in charge. 1S99. 1894. h. d. during her life received the benefit of Colonel B.. an elegant colonial mansion of the olden time. Eiiit/i. 1846." until near the close of her life. CoLONEi. Sept.a This Sanitariu. 21. Walter Baker. Dorchester District. They resided in Dorchester. Boston. who had also died. b. studied 1792. 1846. Mrs. Jr. 1887.. Oliver of the Massachusetts Colony. 4. He graduated in 1811 from Harvard University law in Litchfield. the widow. Mass. only daughter of Robert and Hannah (Jameson) Williams. 6. 464 Washington street. 13. Baker died Jan. March 28. Oct. 14. The main building is named Walter Baker Hall. I. 1850. for better accommodations removed the sanitarium. 2. when Mr. b..\pectations of its founders and friends. Mrs.. Anna Gurney. and It is for the has more than realized the e. in Dorchester.. 1825. Alexander.

Battle of Vorktown. Iamksox.Follard. eighteen miles. The Fifth formed part of Col. Mrs.. Thirtieth. . General . 1861. when he and his men joined the regiment.. Sept. March 17. and assisted Captain Wardwell in recruiting the first company after the president's call for 75. He was MAJOR HOR. Gaines' Mill. 10. marched to Gaines' Mill.xbury and Boston.\CE PERRY WILLIAMS. and Mr. Williams died July i. tlie IN MAINE. . Fifth Corps.for New York. life.xandria. but being assigned to the'Fitdi M.THE JAMESONS Horace Williams. John and Jane (Stanwood) Perry.. 1S61 marched. took post and camp on road to Fairfa. eldest son of Robert Lieut. 1S36. S. The Twenty-second. 1861-64. which he did at his own expense. Martindale's. at daily drills. in Porter's division of the Third corps. 30.. then by boat to Fort Monroe. the eldest son. and an alderman in Ro. The company was recruited in four hours. was made the first of the First Division. July 30. 1862. Va. 1S75. 30. Pollard. Remained there until March 10. April 4. April 10 to May 4.000 men. Oct. m. Feb. B. Me. Jl/aiy F. and went to Boston.i- W. guards. 1861. to the Junction. S. Merrick R. under Col. i86i. Col. U. 1775. 4. 1861. Williams was appointed one of the lieutenants. Afterwards he was a captain in Col. and II. P. July 21. opening an oflice on Washington street. Juiie 19. Oct. by Col. 1775-1784. Mrs.. iS^S m. 1896. "April 16. on regular army papers. Henry Wilson. Company F. General Martindale. -Vug. Oct. for thirty-five years Colonel Williams cester Railroad Co. It left Boston. 1S67. Mass. M. Oct. when an advance was made nito Virginia. it went out on the three months' call. iS6i.. m. June 19.Sept. of O. and other camp duties. ''he died in early b. and were assigned to the First brigade. Sept. and siege of Vorktown. Coleman's first husband. CJuly 2S. 24. 2% 1S40. daughter of Dea. Lieutenant Williams was left in charge of a guard on the railroad for twenty-four hours. 1873. 211 and Hannah (Jameson) Williams. Samuel Lawrence. Horace Perry Williams. C. Mass. They resided in Boston. 1897. where it arrived April 24. F. May 26-27. 1S96. quartered in the treasury building. The company was enlisted for five years. called the battle of Bull Run.. Oct. r6. and then to Alexandria. H. died Sept. took steamer to White House May 8. for Washmgton. died July 31. The regiment's time being up. Mass. D. wlio lost an arm at the siege of Louisburg. of F'itz John Porter's division of the Third corps. Samuel Willard Vinson. May 7. 8. 1S61. Williams was authorized. by joining to it the regular division. and built F"ort Ellsworth. . and went into camp. b. CHILDRE. 1S43.Sidney Winthroi'.and arrived in Boston. was a major in U. and took the train for Washington. where it took the steamshi]) De Solo iox . council. V. 1S61. Great-grandson of Sergeant David Stanwood. her second husband.LA b.Fisher. 1862. iSoS. The regiment left Lynnfield. married Isabella Hunt Perry. at the battle of Hanover C. of Colonel Heintzelmann's division of MacDowell's army. 10.i. 6.Smifh. Coleman. Va. Oct. Both were buried in Forest Hills cemetery. July 16. Clemkntina Jan. Robert Williams. Mr. b. A. 13 went into camp on Hall's Hill. it left Washington. Grandson He'intzelmann. iS6i. in THE HoRACK Perry. George W. and on Oct. Va. . H.x. 1862. and assigned as Company K. m. John Perry of Rehoboth. She was born May 28. iS. Mass. during the War for the Union. and was on guard and picket duty. June.\nnapolis Naval Academy. 1S65. Lieutenant Williams had charge of advanced guard that night on the road to Ale. and Malvern Hill. infantry. -"Ctor. on the night of the 25th. Coleman. April 21. in the advance. Mass. 1S79. in McClel. Fitz John Porter's. 1S72. Grace Camphell. to Centreville. and mustered out the same day on Boston Common. Williams died Beverly. Sent sixty men under a lieutenant to camp at Lynnfield. On duty there until May 25. and the regiment took part in the engagements at Mechanicsville. '^Merrick R. Revolution. 1S61. when we advanced. Our brigade. where they arrived Oct. when we broke camp and marched to Fairfax C. Curtis. Gen. Va. in Brunswick. to recruit a company for his regiment. 9. of Capt. . Sunday.. and Captain Williams followed with the balance of forty men on Sept. ii. April 5. ISAiiF. b. Maria J. V. Mitchell. and served almost tlie whole time of the Revolutionary War. 8. O. 24. and participated in the right flank movement under Ileintzelmann to turn the left of the Confederates' position at Sudley's church. 20. 1866. when the town was taken. 1S49. Twenty-second Mass. m. Franklin's brigade. . April 19.. John. wlio commanded the Rehoboth company at the alarm. Timothy Walker's regiment.N' WERE : March b. Mr. was the treasurer of the Boston and Worpast grand T. Mass. Nov. Jr. on Vorktown. which had been the first to enter the town. His wife's grandfather was Cajjt. 3. Williams was the first man to enlist for the war from the town of Brookline. provost guard in the city of Alexandria. 1S47 d.

^ Marlin. 14. 1888. and married about iZ^2. b. Williams married '^Charles J. General's Jxeports 0/1861-2864. Mrs. Cyrus William King. Lucy. Me.. References." M. in the afternoon was sent to reinforce General Burnside on the lan's crossing the Burnside bridge. Me.nilHam '). 1867 m. Mr. 13. June 26. took command of regiment camp at Readville. C. and had a skirmish with the Confederates' rear guard. U. 1870. IX AMERICA. Bishop.. Piii. Me.ND Mrs. O.2s. . August iS.— A^/o^rrt////™/ Notices of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts. In charge of the picket in front of Sharpsburg. Williams had two children.\ce P. Dec. In camp there until Xov. 1864. in Portland. L. 1805. b. major of the Fifty-sixth Mass. and was honorably discharged by command of General Meade. /J'.. b. Williams died March 26. 11. in Freeport. in Durham. firing the first The division consisted of two turret guns. in Boston. Jan. ing for the regiment. A He commanded the forward division of the Olyitpia in the battle of May i. 848. two in the top. was born in Boston. 1784. was detailed to conduct recruits for Massachusetts regiments in the field from camp. He married Jane Randall. 182 i. 1019. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Sarah Oakman [1154]. Me. April 14. ami //arfs7oell. finding his health not sufficient for further field duty. A. 1774. October 19. 1772. Topsham. 1890.— 77. Jan. Robert and Hannah (Jameson) Williams. {yames. March 21. son of John and Abigail Freeport. and attack on Mary's Heights under General Butterfield. Julv 22. • No. m. daughter of William and Jane (Patten) Randall. 26. in Boston. Feb. 1853. 23. July 14. Burnham died John. b. Harriet. 20. b.^ Historv 0/ Brunnoick. organizing and drilling the regiment. when we advanced down the valley of Virginia. 1S63. iSg^. That night. j/S-=. b.iis b. when Captain Williams resigned on account of 111 health. Mary Eleanor. the youngest son of Capt. where she died. JOSIAH. and arrived at Hall's Hill. Cambridge. d. June 8. 15. and a crew of fifty-four men. for the Fifth corps. They resided (Stickney) Burnham.EhiE BiSH.nces.WHliam '). Dec. i. two side guns. making a reconnoissance over Shepardstown ford. The 841): Kan Jail family. Rki-kri. i\lRS. daughter of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson. Porter's station. Stokely Morgan. He was born 1770 in Portland. and battle of Antietam. iSoi. She was born April 28. 7. Aug.. 1816. was born June 12. 1819. b. Captain Jameson died Sept. 1020. and turret gun himself.2 12 THE JAMESONS movement to Harrison's Landing. They have one child. 17. Oct. in She married Josiah Biiruham. burg. No. S. Helen Maria Billings. THE CHILliRKN WERE: b. Dec. Sept. the night of Sept. 1S16. and placed on duty July 15 as superintendent of recruitBy orders in October. Sept. and arrived at Falmouth. and reconnoissance duty until Feb. in Washington. Okadiah. Mass. Mr. . Me. On picket. 1862. iams Morgan. July 4. Veteran Infantry. She was born Oct. 6. Mass.ijOR A. guard. Stokely WillHorace Boylston Lincoln. pp. James* Jameson 25. Captain Williams was sent to hospital in Washington. and from there went home on sick leave. 1797.. 1S07.. where they resided. ( Eleanor * Jameson Janu-s. . "On enemy M. 6. in Topsham. J. opposite Fredericksburg. daughter of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Cleverly) Billings. Me. 1898. Eleanor Jameson. George Williams. Having improved in health. . 1S74. and went into camp. 1S64. he resigned. 1S48. was commissioned by Gov. 24. battle of FredericksVa. Mass. Adjt. Andrews. Me. There were no children. and we followed on Sept 20. Me. Marched with the Fifth corps through Maryland to Frederick by way of South Mountain to Antietam.^ Martin". Sept. Hor. 5. 1799. the fell back across the Potomac. and was honorably discharged March 14. in Durham. iSr4. iS. D. of Boston. 10. was born April 4. 1S62. and came home. left. 1843. March 22. Lieut. 28. 1893. 1S63. b. ShiirtUff's History of the Old Bnilding. L. Jan. son of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson. Burnham died Aug.

iac Burroughs. b. 3. Mc. 3. Burnliani. 1S15. '1- Dec. born in Gloucester. he removed in iSio to Sebec. S.//«. 1S02. but not being able to secure a good title to the land. Mrs. /<.111 Records of Durham. b.She was born June 19.. Me. A. Hannah Adams.b. where Lieutenant Burroughs died. was born March 4. 1849. Worthen Geo!\!^e A. ^«pt- '• 1^50 Hannah O. : . Oct. Me. 1851 m. b. 4. Me. . Sylvia Farris. Sept. in Charlestown. Au^. George E. 1795. now Saco. Me. He married Feb. 1769. 1827. b.^ Martin. b. April 28. She was born Aug. William [1164]. d. 1S63. in Guilford. Aug. 1S49. They resided in Freeport. 1023. Jan.vMfEL CHII. 1870. 1857. Nov. 27. 23. Me. 177S. 1808. 8. 10. 1S75.. son of Samuel [975] and Mary (Patten) Jameson. Jameson died Aug.. Refkrunce. John [1165I. 1846 G'-vge A. and in Bath. Hard. Jane Vaughn Wise. 179S.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Rebecca Stainvood. 1S9S. in Milo. Eleanor J. Samuel [1162]. No. She died in Sebec.DRE. daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Stanwood. Nov. Mrs.. Mr.IVUliam^). 1021. Jameson died May 8. daughter of William and Lydia (Turner) Perry. 1822. Navy. 1878. b.vwooD [1157]. 1S9S. Elewor SrANWooD No.. 29. son of Is. in Freeport. Me. m. iSi?. 29. 1779." one mile below the Upper bridge He lived there two years. 17.• A'. in Bath. Tliey resided in Boston. Jameson died Jan. 28. He U. i860. LvDLA [1163]. . 1844 m. He cleared a farm on the intervale of the Piscataqua river. 1S20. Mass. and married Dec. Memoranda. m. He bought a lot of as "The Morgan Farm. Me.ug. 30. {Samucl..A. 4. 1881. was born Sept. 1817. They resided in Topsham and in Sebec. b.V WERE: She resides. b. He died in early life. Robert Hdwland [ii59]. was N. She was born in 1770 in Scituate. 185 i. Mass.WHUam^) soi\ of James [974] and Eleanor Stuart (Campbell) Jameson. in \y John' Jameson 1 Mary M . Nov. 1804. [1161]. 3. Solomon Barnes. viz. 1868. He died in Milo. Dec. m. 1770. He died in childhood... now. Arnold liURROUiiHS. Lieut. known -four 3ear5 No. i8. went on horseback to Guilford. and stationed for som> time at tlie navy-yard. 178S.v Campbell [ii58].^ Martin. 2. [iissl. He married Dec. Tliey had four children. 1842. Sept. land.. He married i. In later life he removed to the upland one mile east of Chase's Corner. Jameson died Nov. THE CARnriNE . Augustus R. 1813.b. 1829. 1806. d. 1850.. Dec. Dec. 14. where Mr. [1156]. where he died at the age of in Mr. J. 1S71. 15. 1841. THE children WERE: Marttn Mary [1160]. iNIe. was an officer in tlie Charlestown. Elizabeth SrA. was born Sept. b. She died in early life. Mrs. 1819. . living. m.. b. Me.. Samuel'' Jameson {Samuel. 2. ICzekiel Chase's place. 213 Memoranda. 1827. Me. JoH. . Jameson. b. b. 189S. Polly Perry. Mary B. 1022. — To'i. 1S42. m. in Brunswick. Me.WiUiam\ son of Samuel [975] and Patten) Jameson. Feb. Me. in Topsham. Me. Me. 28. Mary Lord Upham. 24. in Pepperellborougli. 1795. Robert^ Jameson (James^ Martin. iSoo. .. 20. 1814. Burroughs was Rice 14. He died in Sebec. 1S33. Mass. one mile below Capt. . b. 1839.S.

adjoining Plymouth. S. They resided in Topsham. -Symmes. in Topsham. I visited five sisters of my father (4 over So years of age) all in good health & full possession of their faculties. Me. 1816. S. He commanded a vessel for a while. and aunt Hayes at N. 29. lessened only by " the deceitfulness of the human heart. has lived here since we left Me. the three last have since died & aunt J. S. My home for a while at the Sandwich Isls. Indeed I could n't get rid of him if I would and would n't if I could. J. Aug. July 12. is my father's only son.— THE JA. On my return here. Wm.Vdams [1166]." found in some others than Jamesons. I flatter myself I can post you better than any other man. Me. Symmes.^ Martin. 3. Mr. May 29. W. At Sandwich. 1S24. Mrs. . engineer in U. /Syo. Jameson died Mrs. d. in our childhood. 1S15. Capt. [1167]. Memoranda. b. 1774. Prudence may hint some doubts as to the reliability of these statements of a stranger. Saraiiac in the Pacific. He was born Aug. I found one male of the race in Brunswick & there are some female descendants thereabouts. Owen died about 1830. Mass. 1S23. 27. after an absence of a score of years. Caroline Hannah b. superior to "double cussedness. Symmes. informs me of your enquiries regarding the children of John Jameson. justice compels me to say that I owe to him about all the happiness I have enjoyed. April -. died in infancy. Mrs. son of Gideon and Jane (White) Owen. were Aunt Susan Jewett & with her there aunts Dorcas & Witherbee from Machias. Elisha Jewett at S. b. 1S97. Aunt Jane B. May 22.. Me. please accept my tenderest sympathies or warm congratulations as your case may demand. ploughing salt water in early years. Mass. THE CHILDREN WERE: Fran-CIS .xpect to hear from you Respy Y" F. She married yo/in Owiii. so long indeed that I may claim to own every bone in his body. &c. lives now (1S70) with her only child Hon. Nov. He is a continual bill of e. Mr.. except aunt J. Jameson. but I presume I shall win your confidence when I say that he. Me.meson : A letter from Bowdoinham. 1772. Francis A.. Where is East Corinth ? W'e want to hear something of your genealogy. Capt. Berwick. &c. returned about 1868.Sept. Mrs. Mass. m. In Bath is a ship-chandler of the name (with sisters) whose father was a cousin of my father. My sister.. Francis. where she lived so many years.. This place is 30 miles from Boston. He remained in her family until his death. daughter of Samuel [975] and Marv (Patten) Jameson.WHUam '). &c. Jameson died April 21.wieson followed the seas for many years. is it not ? I have supported him for long years. Berwick. N. Win. 2 grand children in Maryland live. at least. I am in a state of single blessedness.xpense to me. 1867. in Kingston. Me. S." A lady told her intended she relative who was hung. Ja. which may be deemed. Feb. in Brunswick.K. resided. was born Oct.NJESOXS IN AMERICA. He sticks closer than brother or wife. Mass. to Kingston. John Patten [1168]. . 1S41. On the other hand. Me. 2 or 3 years ago. could inform vou of these folks better than any other one. which was owned in the Sandwich Islands. Me. H. 13." If you are similar situated. The following letter is interesting and characteristic: Khigstoii. I have been a rover. Capt. He He died in Kingston. Owen married again. My father was a native of Topsham. Jameson No. 3. Knowing Francis long and intimately. none of mine were hung. in command of a vessel owned there. Kingston. after the absence of a score of years. Hailliall ^ Jameson {Samucl. 1S23. Butterfield who is deaf.-\unt Witherbee lost 7 grown up children (all) before her death. who and what you saw at Machias. but I have 50 who dfsen'e hanging. Mass. They resided in Machiasport. Me. . 1025. where his sister. 19.. . 1SS5. has one daughter at home and a son Frank J. & therefore shall e. She would be delighted to hear some account of Machias from you. had a Said he. Mr. in the navy. as to your relatives.. I hope you wont find any one of them who " stretched hemp. July 16.

b. Mass. He had a son who served in the Union army and was drowned some years since in Pleasant Little river. daughter of Capt. resided and died in Portland. the only survivor Mr. could be learned of this family. 1784. She married ^Phinchas Varney. b. sovi of Peter and Hannah (Butrick) Butterfield. Butterfield died Jan. Me. in Charlestown. 1 Mrs. 1027. April 26.VRV. N. 3. Dec. Mrs. Me. They resided in Machias. Me. Miss Marv Owen.^ Martin. 1S04.— . viz.. 1797. in Gonic. Me. H. . Rochester. Butterfield died Oct. James Peterson of Brunswick. 22. Butterfield graduated : : of the family. John.^ Martin. He married Oct.i. Me. 1796. 1S03. 4. a descendant. 20. Margaret Jane Cone. in Topsham. William Owen. a daughter of the second marriage. ^[aj. was born June 25.William \ daughter of Samuel [975] and ^iary (Patten) Jameson. While there he Me. AV*f. 1877. \%t. John A. Jane (Patten) Peterson. Jan.. the youngest son. 9. 10. He was born Sept. in Bowdoinham. b. 29.. Charles C. b.i. b. Nancy Bennett Russell.-/. No. 1783.S. Mass.. 11. -Mrs. Charles C. b. Dec. Rev. 1805.. Mr. Margaret Jane. Feb. They had no children. April 26. 5. the third daughter. He then twenty years was a teacher. 21. She died Aug. 1900. m. in Milo. Perry. S2. in 181 1. T'lSEi'ii. 18. Lovina. Butterfield was a major in tlie militia of Massachusetts. H. 3. Sally * Jameson {Samuel. b. and in 1830 the same town in the legislature of Maine. They resided in Mr. -Henrietta Sampson. m. Memoranda. son of Elijah and Ann (Henderson) Varney. ni. Me. 1800. resides. He represented. 1796. 1822. Mrs. Me.iam. in Townsend. N. Machias in the legislature of Massachusetts. Rekerence. Robert Patten. Harriet. Mass. 1 Mary Cordis of Concord. N. She married Sept. iSoo. was living in 1877. of Topsham. 1769. and for He taught for some time in Brookline. Rev. RoiiERT Butterfield was cashier of Bowdoinham Bank from 1844 to 1864. when be removed to Machias. /. and widow of Capt. Rev. 1S14. removed in 1848 to Bowdoinham.WilHam^). Jane* Jameson {S<!//uu-/. In 184S they removed and made their married Jane Jameson for his third wife. 179S. Charles. Mrs. Me. 1802. 2S. H. daughter of Samuel [97s] and Mary (Patten) Jameson. in 1796 from Dartmouth College.. Cordis. Memoranda. Me. Jane (Patten) Butterfield died Oct. 1S06. Abraham Butkrjicld. kept a lumber-wharf until iSoS in Charlestown. THE CHILDREN WERE: M. They had no children. m. Me. Cone. Foster. April 19. Mass. on the privateer Rochester. Cone Louisa. . June 29. He married Feb. resides in Augusta. in Machias. He was born Feb. James. Me. where he built mills and engaged in the lumber business. was born Sept. in Topsham.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Varney was lost at sea Nov.4/«OT»/ of Dartmotitli College. Mass. m. "Wii. married a Mr.. b. home with his son by a previous marriage in Bowdoinham. 1778. LoviNA.^MUEL. b. They had five children. Me. 1857. 29. iSor.. Margaret.

wMio in the is now Thomas Hobbs.. Mrs. Samuel J A. 18S6. Lucretia Field. until the death of Mr. Me. in Topsham. Samuel Jameson. Sept.. son of Joseph Hayes. m. 1S36. Newell Wilherbec. Me. Dec. She died in earlv life. for more than twenty years.. who married the elder daughter.vev. J. '"• Mi's. 4. b. 1836. Me. 1S26. b. 11. b. 1S63. Oct. Hayes died May 20. March. Mass Henry IVetherbee. 1S62.. 1786. 1S69. Me. 1S22. 1S20. 2l6 Jl/ars. Hayes died. Oct. a son. 1S55. She married Sept. 1S30. Aug. in North Berwick. b". 1 1 1S59. Sept. b. resided in Rochester. 3. Sarah Snow. Boston. 1823. 1846. . Mrs. b. Susan [ameson. 1S14. 1850. 21. 15. He was born in Rochester Neck. Witherbee died. 1817. rSog. Nov. Esq.^ Martin. Clark. b. 1S82 Jeremiah K. John Ranooi. 7.. 44 Mill St. HoRvrE Williams.. Nov. and died at the home of her nephew. April 11. 1830..i. He was born May. Mrs. Esq. 1844. in North Berwick. in. .Aug. H. was born May 4. Henry Martin. res. June 4.March 22.. . He died in childhood. Esq. 1S14: d. . b.i' y. Varney married 1825. John Randolph. C. b. March 6. 4. .Aug. 14. Mr. Emma S. N.April 11. June 13. b. Witherbee died Feb. . Elisha H. H. Sarah Jank. a daughter. in South Berwick. d. Jan. Mr. Mrs. Mr. 1S15. b. d. b Jan.™. No. in South Berwick. . 1S65 Mary A. i. lie diet! Oct. EleaUOr'' Jameson [Samne/. Le-wis: d. 1833. Mrs. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary Patik^. b. Var. 22. 22 Main St. Mrs.]Viniani>\ daughter of Samuel [975] and Mary (Patten) Jameson. Jiremiah LonI. 1). and where Mr. . 1S31.Mary (Colby) Winn. and Mrs.\ AMERICA. 25. After that she resided with her son in Nortli Berwick. March ij. b. -Benjamin Hayes. b. He died June 12. 1869. . ton. H. Nov. N. 1897. 183S. 16. 1S46. 1821. Josephine. SIteldoit Hobbs\ d. . 1S5S.\. 1S28. July Charles Carroll. married . Witherbee were married by Abraham Buttertield. They resided in Machias. March 11. Oct.. June 18. Hayes. m. Washing- D. Their children were: in the N. Olis... office Samuel Jameson Varnev's lawyer. 23. \%~. Jewett.. Mrs. b. Aoril 24.i)ie Phue. in South Berwick. 1829: d. Mass. Sept. He died in childhood. THE JAMESONS I.. H.son of Humphrey and Lydia (Leavitt) Lord. i :. 25. Witherbee survived her husband and her nine children. Jan.. Winthrop.-Rutli SiKari: d. 9. b. i. 1S97. 21. 3. Lord. THE ClIILDRKN WliKE : iSoS. Francts Newi-. Dorchester.is War lost at sea in Charles Phinehas.Mass. 14. later Mrs..MESON. Hon. the Equitable Building. Sheldon Hobbs had (1900) living in Kennebunk. 14. Mav 27. is pavmaster Treasuiv Department. Feb. b. Aug. m. He died Sept. Albert Jameson. in She Machias. J. m. Hayes. 1842. 1031. . 1S57. and Mrs. Me. 1821. rSf2. d. June 18. Feb. Me. resided with her sister. Varney. of 1812. 184]. He w. H. 1814. Dr. fiuiN Jameson. Jewett. in daughter.Me. 1805. a They reside No.. in Southbridge. Jan. b. sailed on the privateer Mars from Portsmouth. Dr.. d. 1788.. 12. was born . . 7. where Dr. Nov. 1S13. He was mayor of Vineland. Sophia. where they resided. Mary March Memoranda. m. 1S39. Memoranda. N.l/. Jan. Jan.\. C.. Feb. Me. Me.. He died in Sandwich.\. Nov.l. 1S48. Nov. Sarah Jameson. 13.\n. N. b. 30. She died in infancy. Me. 18.

7. in Topsham. John Woodman Jewett. and ever loyal to its interests and a true friend to the pastor.S. John Jameson. who died July 10. His townsmen honored him with several public offices. Elisha H. N. Charles Eihvard..Manufacturing Company.THE JAMESONS Samuel Jameson WiTHEKKEE was his wife died.. Aug. b. children.I JDMAX. 1792. viz.. Aug:. as well as one of the state presidential electors. He was a director of the National Bank. Me! She married Nov. Rkff. Jessn-. Del. M.^ Martin. H. Benjamin Je-ivett. July 10. and he died July March 21. 1816. Me. The Portsmouth Journal. in Durham. People believed in and loved him. Theodore Herman Jewett. Hon. THE CHILDREN WERE: bniN W. integrity. He was a member of the state senate. He was born April 8. Jewett in Bangor. iSSo. N. Susan * Jameson {Samuel. Vol. b. Thomas Jewett. and resided 4. Colcord of Ithaca.survivor of the nine War for the Union in the U.: IN MAINE. Oct. resides with her mother. 18S3. .. the last . Yeaton. Feb.. Miss Sarah Orne Jewett. b. where Mr. 21.— jyif History of Rochester. He was a member of the Congregational His large church.sides. Feb. b. H. the elder son. N. at No. who died in Laurel. 1857. daughter of Samuel [975] and Mary (Patten) Jameson. personal worth. and during the War for the Lfnion he was an e. May g. They resided in Mrs. H.xtensive contractor for supplying lum" In every departber for the navy yards of Kittery. Mass. 11. XII. 1SS3. N. Jewett died.Mary E. 1813. Their children were John Woodman. ment of business. : Chai-les Gordon. resides. They had Laurel. in South Berwicls. and Charlestown. 1839. promptness. Elisha Haxsox Jewett at an early age was in the store of Geo. . elector-atlarge to the convention in Chicago which nominated Garfield and Arthur. 1899. 1883. in . Me. fiither of the authoress. when Aug. Henry Mar/in. 1892. 1S44. 12. son of Dearborn and Mary (Furber) Jewett. Sarah Orne\ 16. Jewett after his marriage resided in South Berwick. 17. Oct.RF. ." Mr. four children. b. fSSj./. 1858. 1S59. N. Me. N. on White River Ranch.'^ fF/ZAaw'). She spent her time of her marriage was of Rochester. Both he and his wife were own cousins of Prof. South Berwick. University of Literature. Jewett at the sea.NCF.— Z)r. Oct. Del. Jan. and president of the Portsmouth . and later in the store of his uncle. 1S99. 1861. //. and in Dover. navy. Elisha Hanm. later years in the family of her son. m. S. Kki-ekknce.. . d. 1862. b. 1881. 21. March 24. Memoranda. 2 1? a teacher. Y. 1855. H. 38 Islington St. Portsmouth. Me.n. Del. Me. iSr4. March 10. N. John Woodman Jewett had three children .Uaiy Palteii. 1856. Dec. K. and noble and gracious presence will long remain among the most treasured memories of his friends. H. b. and Mrs.. There were three other : children ' who died in infancy. who died in infancy. 1032. res. Neb. was a surgeon during the No. Mass. in Henry XciL't'll. Aug. Mr. heartedness. Susan Jameson'. S. John T. and courtesy w^ere leading traits of his character.. Vol. Jewett. Wilherbee's Old Family Bible. 6iS. b. 1788. res. 9. Mrs. He died in early manhood. in South Berwick. Jewett died Sandwich. 4. 2. she re. D. 1861 Bridgeville. was in command of a vessel and lost at Mrs. in Auburndale. Me. was born July i. m. d. 1899. Elisha H.. Afterward he engaged in several railroad enterprises. July 7. H.

Eunice Cleaves [1171]. 1804. ii. 12. Feb. John Johnson. 9. iS55. Harriet Johnson. son of Thomas and Lucy (Libby) Milliken.-. 1833.in Brookline.!//. Me. 28. m. 22S. b.. 6. 24. Lucy. Dec. Me. 1035. Saco. Vol. Me. b. Mary. Sept. He died in earlv life. Comfort Wingate. m. 1S06.j. . 1828.rOT'). 1792. 31. References. daughter of John and Eunice (Libbey) Cleaves. Me. 2. Catharine. 1800. April 22. Feb. d. Oct. m. b. d. b. 1770. 1S19. Mav 25. now Saco. 25. 19. No. Necon/er. /. Charles. — Maine ( The Rec- ords of Saco. She died in early womanhood. 24. i. pp. 1S02 m. Mr. William. Robert. 1S50. 1884. m. 12.. Me. Thomas Mi/liken. 1812. He married Dec. 1859. Edward Moses. 4.— 77/^ Records of Saco. She married Dec. b. . Isaac Milliken. iS. William [1173]. 1807. Sally. d. N. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: Sarah. May 10. m. b. 6. d.WUliam% daughter of Robert She mar[976] and Sarah (McKinney) Jameson. Elias. 5. 16. anil Gen. j-j. b. j>»6. He died in boyhood. m. 20. 8. b. 1S17. 1786. Nov. now the children were : Mary [1169]. nee Webb. ried Dec. April 19. Jan. b. Moulton died Oct. 1802. 1827. d. Samuel Sias d. Dec.. Joseph Moulhui. 1800. John [1172]. 1S55. V/. Oct. 1034. m. b.'J/<r^-////. No. 29. Mrs. p. 1036. b. . b. Otis. ro. Catharine' Jameson (y?"/v/-/. H. m. in Pepperellborough. 21. was born in Saco. Nov. Henry* Jameson (^"/w-/'. Feb. March 22. Sept. April 29. Mary A. Nov. References. 1882. b. 10. in Pepperellborough. 1796. ioj. Thorndike C. Sewall Hunt.. May 25. April 20. Anna. m. d. 1802. March 22. Charles [1170].1891. b. 1800. was born in Saco. 11. 1794. 1789. jo_^o. Catherine. Estes. Me. 1871. b. Pillshury. . J3j. 1806. She was born Sept. Oct. 1S37. March 22. son of Robert [976] and Sarah (McKinney) Jameson. 1781. Mary Jameson A-flAv-/.?F>7//. 1S35. iSoS. 1S65. 1796. Me. b. Samuel S/erlinf^. ' y?«M IVeM. m. 1S75.\ug. n7///<7wM. They resided in Scarboro'. She died ni. He was born April 13. son of Jonathan and Sarah (Dow) Moulton. 20. m. Oct. She died Aug.?/-//V-. Hist. No. ^Eunice Rice. pub. m.''J/. Me.. d. d. 18. Joseph Mesei~'e." where they died. 1877. in Hampton.'. Nov. 179S. They resided in Scarboro'. Saco Valley. . Oct. in 1S30. Josef h Emerv. Jameson died Dec..\u2. pp. Lucinda L. [1174]. 3. 1S55. 1864.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1810. Hannah. Me. 1804. ni. b.1^41.. 1794. Me. ig. was born June 4. They resided in Scarboro' and in Saco. 1S2S. 12. May ROKERT. m. 26j. Mr. Aug. 21. Bethany Knight. 16. Mehitable Marshall. June i. ioj6. Dec. Hannah AiucAil. 22. Snrah C/caTi-s. b. April 5.^' J/<?/V///. d. Eunice. 1S27. m. on the " Foye farm. daughter of Robert [976] and Sarah McKinney) Jameson. "Jan. 1784. Aug. 1759. 7/. b. in Saco. b. - Emeline Smith. Al»am Milliken. Jameson died Aug. Simon. 1S44. Sept. 180S. ^ ( THE CHILDREN WERE : Hannah. 1781. Jan. Me.. 12. He died in early life. Mass. 1S34.

" S. Nov. 762. Me.. m. Esq.. 10.'' E.'' References. 13.g.^ Samuel. She was born at Beech Ridge. iSoi m. George's River. [1176]. He married April 17. Tune 3. 1SS7. They resided in. Mr. Sarah Hannah JuHN [1184]. b. d. was born April 17. References. now Saco. The Records of Scarboro'. March 22. Me. near her father's home. m. Oliver. Sarah A. d. and made return of all the data he found relating to this family. — Hist. Sept. d. in Machias. Vol. m. ^^«''V Gilbert.MIAH [ll88]. 1S27. Elizabelh {Bouncy) Marsh. in 1894. 23q. p. J. Me. daughter of Daniel Harmon. Her maiden name was Sarah Harmon.. Jan. Scarboro'. b. July 14. Samuel Foi. He left a widow and seven children. the eldest si. ney.xamination of the town records.." in the northern part of South America. pp. 1037. JERI-. d. Maine and Gen.THE JAMESONS Sarah [1175].xteen years of age. S. Daniel Sanderson. p. and everything was cast overThis is what is meant by being " lost at sea. March 4. 1793. 219 Humphrey [1178]. Sept. 7. in " Spanish Main. 1846. B. d. 1794 m. Solomon S. N. 763. off Cape Hatteras the ship encountered a severe storm. Robert'' Jameson (Rol>eii^. Dec. 1S61. age.^ WHHam^). She died in IN MAINE. [1186]. Nancy Godfrey. Sept.et. 2og. When there of fever. 1S16. Me. was born in 1772 in Pepperellborough. in St. Jameson died Nov. m. b. 29. She died in early life. Memoranda. He states that '' our old records are very incomplete.Martha Davis. William [1181]. has made a careful e. Sara/i Harmon. 1S45. Me. pp. and widow of Kelly Marsh. June 5. 10. Me. William H. in a place called St. Hiram Quinby. b. and his remains were on board the vessel on its return home.. the town clerk of Scarboro'. 223. -May 29. A. 1S98. . b. [1177]. 6. 1820. iSig. son died in 1S19 at Beech Ridge. 1S77. Jamesided. 1792. 1847. 1823. b. He married June. m. 1S53. res. 1038. No. She was a paralytic at the time of her husband's death. March. [1180]. 1S14.. 1S63. VI. Scarboro'. Ahrain Waterhoiise. West Isles. Moulton . son of Robert [976] and Sarah (McKinney) Jameson. Recorder. Ror. Permelia Leeman. 1774. [1185]. Catharine B. 118. only a small part of the births and deaths are recorded. 1S15. Dec. May 23. died Sept. No.. Ul/Ham^). . 1S49. £ Olive Storer [1179]. where they reMr. May 15. d. May 26. 1795. . b.AVt-on/j of Saco.. 1S21. m. m.' 1S49. Vol. 1S67. Me.— 7%. May i. Oct. "! ^•'""'" Cool. Prescott. 171. 1S75. d. d. son of Alexander [9S0] and Mercy (Hawthorne) Jameson.n [1187]. Mrs. Jameson died July. N. b. iS. Jameson lived all her life in Scarboro'. i. Mrs. Mrs. daughter of Joel and Elizabeth (Sprague) BonShe was born Aug. 373. m. d." He was thirty-eight years of board. 23. The Saco Valley. 27. p. 3. April 10. Stephens. 1886. Infancy. 17. Me. Mr Jamesox was employed by merchants as supercargo of horses to what was He died then called the "Spanish Main. Dec. in Aroostook. He P. . d.. 1793.. Nov. THE CHILDKEN WERE: Eunice H. b. . June 2. 26. I. nevertheless she managed her large farm and brought up her family of seven children until they were old enough to care for themselves. March 24. THE CHILDREN WERE: Reiiecca Ai'I'I. B. Me. 14.vriKNi-E [1183I. The Records of Saco. John Alexander'' Jameson {Alexander. Me. She was called " Sally. Marliii-. i8io. Me. 1S67. b. 1795. 217. 1766. i8i8. 1S53. May.ERT [1182]..

N.K. Me. 17. 1S99. James Brainani. Mary Blakelv: m. [ii8g]. in Winthrop. Me.. . N. AND Mrs.^ Samnei. THE CHILDREN WERE: Eu. Mr.Sept. EiNicE Jane. Perkins. iSii m. William Craij:. where she married children. b. in Kingston. Svi. Md. m. June 4.— Tliiw Records of Winthrop.S AKAH [1190]. 1S57. Si. CiiAKLKS [ii93]. 1832.MCE Jameson. '17. 12. Sarah'' Jameson (JF/Z/iam. m. 1S30. d. m.XAXDKR [1196]. b. April 10. where they resided. 1818.Mr. in North Bridgewater.enja-M1n a. July 8. Sg. Mass. 1810. b.Aug. 24. 1802. iSoo. 187 I. They reMr. I. Dec. Memoranda. JiiHN [1191]. July .kins\ m. B. IN' AMERICA. . Mass.viNA. She married Richard Mace. 24. 1S40. Mrs. embracing about fifty acres of very fertile land. 1039. m. April 29. . son of Benjamin and Ruth (Delano) Brainard. Aug 21. Me. He died in infancy. 1810. 1811. July 4. 1S24. pp. 1041. ^ Sarah Hodi. b. 1S94. He was born April 17. Feb. where he married and had two sons and three daughters. Brainard.220 THE JAMESONS .. French had two died about 1S40. 178S. in Baltimore. yo/iii Leeman.Sarah Eveline.WUnam^). 29. 1781. where their descendants are while young. in North BridgeShe inarried May 5.IVH/inm^).. Daniel Bergen. Jameson and family were the sole inhabitants of the island. 16. Brainard survived Baltimore. m. Md. 1S08. N. Eunice* Jameson {WUHam^ Samuei. m. b. 1 Greenleaf Freihk: 24. 1783. Gkmrge . He spent much time in fishing. 6'. Oct. and ten miles from Eastport. 1S09. b. . 20. H. daughter of William [981] and Eunice (Packard) Jameson. b. Dec. the only son. '^ Marv '^ Memoranda. son of Andrew and Jane (Hale) Mace.Sarah Mundv. Me.. b. Mr. RlTH biNiiW [1192]. 30. 12. Mrs. b. Perkins. Me. Elizabeth Bergen. and died at the home of his son in- Md. May 21. Mr. . Jameson was References. Lydia Lambert. Mr. 1797 m. d. MosF. Alice U'oodin. Isiwc Pendleton. Brainard died June. iSoS. the sole owner of one of the West Isles. 1S14. 1861. July 7. 1S21 m. Brainard died Nov. Henjamin Arnold. 1856. . Sarah Caunl. d. 181S. MV. his wife many years. THE CHILDREN WERE: William Jameson. Nov. 1890. B. — The Bonney Genealogy. Jan. 1S05. Nov. in Winthrop. French removed to North Bridgewater. . Feb.Md. Mr. Mariha [1195]. b.b.Ai. Mass. m. b. No. French Mrs. It was about the distance of a mile from Deer Island. . Fellows resided in North Bridgewater.iltimore. 1809. . Mace died sided in Readfield. Samuel Currier. daughter of William [981] and Eunice (Packard) Jameson.. Jan. m. 12. ni. No. Aug.s [1194]. and Mrs Bergen resided in B.Mr. m. m. b.' 8. Mace died Jan. Jan. water. was born March. 6. 2.. was born in 1781. Mr. Lewis fello^vs. ^ Mary Lois /-ogg. Dec.. 1S34. m. and Mrs. b. who -died Reference. He was born July 27. 97. Thomas Connhk\ d. 29.. went in 1S40 to Baltimore.

In earlier life he was a wood carver. b. 24. Velero Laughton. son of William [981] i8. in North Bridge- married Feb. 1855. Ja. and he says his "grandfather. b. 1821. 1900.xbury. Mass. b. . 1893. 1815. William N. Me. Jameson died May 17. d. was born June Samuc!^. [1200]. and his father married again. Ella Littltfield\ d. Mace. . Me. resides at Readfield Mass. Willia. Robert Lawler. died in infancy.j4S.ug. William J. Mass. Albion Ring Paris. The elder son is Judson C. No. 1850. m. Sibbil Brett. 1789. Joel P. Almira Bodge. Abby Wadnoorlh\ d. 1S18. 16. Depot.Alhiox R.m N. and practised to the time of his death in Yarmouth. 1784. Aug.-Xug.Mace's father. 1S25. Anoeline Melvina. 20.Mace resided in Winthrop. Mrs. m. Charles. Prudence Jane Dudlev. Jan. Martha Dudliy. He has in possession the . . at tlie age of 38 years. b. b. 1900. He resided in Readfleld.. 1823. 1875. resides. p. 1S16. 6. a daughter of Daniel Baker. JOFL P. 1S47. Mchitahlc Packard. 26. and died July i. Jan.A. Later he studied medicine. 1891. Mace celebrated their golden wedding Feb. Jan. Adaline Baker. 1829. iSig. May 22. Mace of South Framingham. 181S. 20. ( WHHam. 1815. b. now Brockton. He THE children WERE: LrciNDA Emf-LIne [1197]. S. Oct. Mace resides. A. She died in infancy. April 15. 1869. 1S27 m. William Jameson's mother was Sarah Smith before marriage. . m. his widow now. where Rf. in North Bridgewater. his son. "old Bible'' of the .meson She was Rfffrkncfs..j3j. They resided in East Winthrop. Jan. . 1869. Air. 1856. d. . Me. d. Infant [iigS].JVi/llain^). daughter of Jonas and Mehitable (Brett) Packard. d. AlioNlRAM JuDSON. 1042. 10. Richard Mace. and Mks. 1900. March Memoranda. m. in Benton. 1820. iNFANr [iigg]. July 26. William J." She was the first wife of Samuel JameMr. at the age of 88 years.Adon'iram J. She was born Aug. i i. Me. Mace was burned to death in his house. . 5. 1857. Jameson died iVpril 28. They have two sons and three daughters now living. Mrs. Charles Mace married a sister of Mrs.xcept one. Jonas Packard June 14. b. although so maimed.Mrs. 1859. With unflinching courage and endurance he laid first one hand and then the other Subseon the table and held them there while being amputated and dressed. m. 1853. quently. m. 1894. 13. 1S45. Mr. which was consumed by fire Jan.THE JAMESONS Richard. Me.Mass. and . b. . b.^g4. while comparatively young. died in infancy. Mass. but did not graduate. [1202]. Vernon.f'p. March S.— 7X^ Old Bible of the Mace Family. 24. June i.. Aug. resided in Mt. he could do all sorts of work. resided in North Du. d. Sept. [1201]. Me. Memoranda. Mass. 1 900. died April 6.Mace family.— /"//f History of North Brid^ewater. 22. After his second marriage. Currier. b. i^. 1S17. Mr. 1852. i. 21. 1817. Jan. 1817. Aug. in Readfield.^ and Eunice (Packard) Jameson. 29. Aug. the eldest daughter.. 22 1 1815. Feb. igoo.fkrexce. IN MAINE. Mr. 1794. b. m. Oct. March 8. 13. Me. Andrew Mace. d. March 18. 29. 8. 5. and was skilful even in the use of tools. Me. C. b. m. 7. March 4. Jameson of North Bridgewater. 10. Feb. Jan. Figure-heads for ships were his specialty. William^ Jameson water. Mace's children are all dead e. Jr. His mother died Sept. he had the misfortune to lose both his hands by the premature discharge of a cannon at an old-fashioned muster. son [967]. was educated in Waterville College.

m. He commenced preaching in 1829. Memoranda. his labors in the Gospel ministry until 1856 were in York and Lincoln counties. May Memoranda. ^A'^ajicy Hannaford. m.. George until 1837. 111.and Lola (Wadsworth) Jameson. ni. 8. Mr. b. 29. 1S84. Gideon and They resided THE CHILDREN WERE: Henry Ai. Me. Mr. Wells. 1847. Nov. 1870. where Rev. 1S26. 1877.-/j. April 28. son of Martin [982] May He married July 25.. now Cushing. 1822. 9. Elisha [1206]. H.miah E. H. 111. was born in 1749.. March Cutting: b. Bexjami. now Allen. Rachel'' Jameson (Martin. in Lansing. iXitson T.- fF>7//(7. Jameson died Sept. 1S52. and with the exception of a two years' pastorate in Newton. Elsie . No.v Burton. 1048. and in 1856 removed to Perry. But he continued to go to the house of God in which he delighted.« i). 4. No. was born Aug. No.IVUliam'^).. m. March i. Me. 11.. daughter of Martin [982] and L'jla (W'adsworth) Jameson. George. until two weeks before his death. 4-j4. He was born in Warren. He Union.\nn [1208]. 1784. 1824. Oct. 1894. 16. Deborah* Jameson Martin^^ [982] Sanmci. Me. He built what was known as the " Bickford House. daughter of Martin and Lola Mitchell. Refkrence. Mich. 1S31. 13. 1050. July 21." in Warren. b. Oct. 1795. Coding. 29. daughter of (Young) Allen. 13. in Tlie Andrnas (Wadsworth) Jameson. d. i860. Saml'kl HoiSToN [1207]. 19. Me. Thomas son of Jeremiah and Mercy (Fairbanks) Mitchell. when his health failed and he was obliged to give up his chosen life-work. Aug.. p. b. Mr. 1791. N. Me.^ Samne/. Mrs. Rekerexce. Friendship. Bancroft. 7. 1051. last years of his eventful life. in Friendship. m. 1S49. and later to Chillicothe. 26. 3. Margaret Wood..Me. 1S35. at the age of eighty-si. in FriendShe married Benjamin Burton. 1S29. Thomas'* Jameson {Martin. Jameson was a good minister of Jesus Christ and died in his eightieth year in the faith and the comfort of the Gospel which he had preached. May 19. son of Col. Me. m. in Cushing and St.'' Samucl. 111. He then removed to the West.iSTMAX of Giluianton. Burton's father. 19. Me. and occupied it during the He died May 24.. Olive Fountain [1205]. Mr. Nehe. in She married March 25. Mary Thomas Gay [1204]. 1S56. b. Me. Coi. b. and for seven years preached in Illinois.. married a younger sister of Col.222 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Dec. Roxanna Eaton. 1S46. . Jameson was a . was born Nov. 1789. '^hen in Lyman and Me. was born Cushing. Jameson died Aug. April 5. 1861. Baptist clergyman./'. Oct. Hannalt ^ Alice Gordon. I. She was born 1795 in St.x years. 1835. — Aniwls of Warren.She died in early life. Me. May Ephraim Hall Emery Oct. b. Jan. (Church) Burton. — History of Cuioii. 1S33. was born March 23. Benjamin and Hannah ship. U'i//iam^)... 1823. Hannah Young 27.lkn [1203]. where they resided. N. [1209]. . Burton. 1S19. { .

Records of Union. Mr. in Warren. Me. which then had but a small beginning.^ William'^). daughter of Joseph (Davis) Jameson. 17. while on a visit at the home of her youngest son. {Joseph. e. in Union. Jameson died April 24. 20. 1855.xpressing his interest in the undertaking. 1S16. 1788. 1835..'67. Me. 1S57. Samucl". Me. Mr. 1815. Oct. 1857. f^.— 7y« Historv of Union. Memoranda. son of Brice [987] and 3. 1S22. 1838. Mc. Me.^ [9S3] and married June . 111. J. where they resided. was born near Senebeck Pond. Rev. She 1S27.— ToK'/. under date of April 15. 20.. [1214]. No. Henkv True Daniel Butler [1213].WHHam '). SlcrH [1212]. July 27. Me. /!«/'.S^^Z^^Z-^ Silence* Jameson {Martin. H. Rekkrknce. -Samuel Fayson.^ Samuel. June 27. E. He was born about 1800 in Warren. twice a widower and married Miss Silence Jatneson for a third wife.. ^Calhciine Ulmer of Thomaston. where they resided.^ Samuci. daughter of Martin [982] and Lola Wadsworth) Jameson.tp. b. 12. 12. Eunice * Jameson (Joseph. Its. Below is a fac-simile of his autograph on the letter of April 15. Rei-EKENCKS. was born Gushing. and died ^^^/. and they had twelve children.. [1211].'- William''). '-Hannah DeMerriit of Liberty. b. son of Phinehas and Melia (Robbins) Butler. Butler was land. Jameson married. Jameson wrote a letter to the compiler of this book. 1874. where they died. Mr. Butler died Sept. Mr. but which in these more than forty years has grovirn to a large volume. 180S. Rev.ameson survived her husband IN MAINE. b.. 1827. He married 1S33. b. Me. Joseph* Jameson and Jane Eleanor (Kellock) . died Dec. Mr. Mc. Me. Mich. in Lansing.7 The History of Thovuutou and Rock- No. 223 at the age of nearly ninety years. Payson died prior to 1857. where Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. May 20. THE CHILDREN WERE : Maky Harriet [1210]. She married Phinehas Butler. several years. 1799. was born July 8. March 4. Mrs. Joseph [9S3] He married They resided in South Union. son of John and Mary (Libbey) Payson. Vol. above mentioned.THE JAMESONS Mrs. He married Sept. He was born April 13. 1059. iSiS. 1058. they resided. son in of Jameson. April 6. b. ^William Jameson [1063]. 1793. ( Me. Jameson. Payson Mrs. n. He was born Aug. E. in Warren. Me. Her remains were taken back and buried by the side of her lamented husband in Chillicothe. and of this second marriage there were two children. 42.

AniEZEK [1217]. m. 1857. 1S21. written by his daughter-in-law.usTl-s M. and did so for quite a number of years until' his health failed (all the family have died of consumption) afterwards he became editor of the Baptist magazine. was born in 1797. June 2. 30. 1S44. and between the ages of thirty and forty he thought he had a call to preach. but could learn no particulars.WHHam''). but after Miller found whom he had to contend with.'^ Samuc/. m. William^ Jameson (Brice-. Leu'is H. Memoranda. Clinton. Me. July 29. b. Me. They resided in \\'arren. 5. Henherson. She was born Sept. was born Aug. Me. in Warren. so much so that he went to teaching school. When Millerism was in its glory. 20. Miller died March. he did so.. b. 1795. daughter of Joseph [9S3] (Davis) Jameson. married Dec. Mass. belonging to the Baptists. July 23.. 1062. They resided in Warren.. was a machinist. 1S62. Jameson's biography. b. 11. Being advised to go . 19. until after great ../f '///ww '). Mrs. m. He was a devoted Christian.Samiui. Me. he would not hear his argument. 1792. m. in Warren. June 27. 1850. He married Oct. and found it improved his health. b. 5. 11. Irene V. She was born near Senebeck Pond. He married June 3. He followed that summers and taught school winters. Mary.ill. 1799. in Nobleboro. No. Samuel Jameson. b. 26. Eliza Mansfield. Permit me to say one thing. . : March 11. Me. Mass. 27.224 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.\bout a year ago he ceased to write and we could learn nothing of him. Mr. 1S45. Me. Me. is set forth in a letter dated Feb. Clarissa Searles. THE CHILDKE. m. Esther Cain. Mrs. George H. Me. [1215].IVHHam^). res. [213].Abiezcr Jameson of Chicopee. Barbarj"* Jameson iBrict. Jan. Jnlina Clwpiti. 1S27. and for quite a number of year. daughter of Brice [987] She and Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. but his health would not permit him long to continue. he was unable to attend to any business. C. 1S23. Oct. was born Jan.. Jr. 1820. Jones. 26. July 24. Samuel * Jameson {Brke? Samncl:. he could repeat any passage of Scripture you might mention the chapter and verse. S. April 11. : . Jan. 1854. He was born in Washington. lie died in early life.VLVIN [1218]. 1S2S.N WERE : Phii. son of Brice [987] and (Bartlett) Jameson. 1851. Miller challenged any one to refute his theory. 1822. . in Warren. b. 1S42. Jameson died in 1856. b. April 16. Mr. They and Priscilla . he was a man of strong intellect and reasoning powers but few men had such a memory. son of Brice [987] and Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. My husband intends soon to go in person and learn when and where he now sleeps. and nothing further is known of him. 1061. and about 1849 went to California. No.South. my father accepted the challenge. 1825. MUler.search we found he died about that time. [1216]. Nov.vMUEL Jameson received a good education and was brought up as a farmer. Samuei. THE CHILDREN WERE AlT. as follows : Mr. M. 1S2S. 1S55.amikr R. Eunice Jameson [1059]. Jameson's second son. so far as is known.

the youngest of eiglit children. in Warren. June 25. 1831. son of Tliomas and Rebecca (Atheam) Daggett. Me.. Me.. 339. iS::. Me.. p. THE CHILDREN WERE OziAS.t.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 1S55. Me. 1064. He was born May 19. 5. daughter of Brice [987] and Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. in Union. Me. iSoi.. He married iMr. Jameson died April 24. Caswell was married three times. March 11. letter . 1833. Caswell died prior to Dec. Cousin.. in Warren. . He married first. Vol. they resided.Mrs. George Bond.^ Samud? \Villiam'\ daughter of Brice [987] and Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. first Mary Ncsbit of Windsor. Mary Knowlton. He was born in 1787. Sept. Emery L. Caswell died Aug. made the first horse-wagon ever built He was from Lynn. 1 861. 1827. Feb. b. Me. in Warren. p.S. where they re1835. b. Mrs. Stetson. She married Dec. Newhall was a widower when he married Priscilla Jameson. son of Samuel and Jedidah (Butler) Daggett. Lydia'' Jameson {Brice. 1807. -Job Caswell. He was born Dec.. Jameson married again. and had three children. : Tlie Historv of T/iomaslon and Rocl. 9. Mr. Hannah M. 1840.c Historv of Union. in Union. Mrs. second. and died prior to 1S57. Me. Me. in Union.VEV. Ann Maria. m. Newhalls father. surviving his youngest son. viz. Mrs. Me.. giving Newhall writes. 12. Mrs. 20S j 445: Annals of Warren. 1800. 3. born March 31. pp. Lydia Daggett. 316. Memoranda. ^Daniel Weston Daggett. 1832. 225 resided in Warren. Ria-I'. and. : April 14. Memoranda. Jones. m. b. sided. b. Daggett married Oct. 1835. 1854. 4S3 Mc. Mass. The History of Union. 1S2S. 18. son of Jonathan and Hannah (Peabody) Newhall. in Minot. No. 1S35. Irene V. 1839.. Mary Elizabeth. Damki.^. O. ^13. Me. They resided in South Thomaston. 1065. 2.. Jonathan NewJiall.RKNrKS. Annals of Warren. was.- No. ArcusTUS M. at the age of eighty-two years. Mr. Mass. Priscilla-' Jameson {Bria-.— T/ie History of t/ie Dagf^e/t Family. If p. was born in Tisbury.— 7y. 2. [1219]. Nancy Norwood.. She married Joseph Nnvhall. Daggett died April 4. and third. Daggett was 444. 1857. His father. Me.. where Mr. 1802. Kv. was born Dec.Nc_Y. Me. Me. : He died in childhood. a very friendly some family genealogy. m. land. b. 1S30.. 29. Me. Mrs. under date of March 25. 1842. iMk.^ Samud^ J^FiVZ/rt-. where Mr. 17. Mr. Samuel Daggett. and subscribes herself Your afi'. Oct. Priscilla to the author. Jan./ '). pp. died Oct.

Memoranda. son of George L98S] and Isabella (Watts) Jameson. She was born May 2." and referring to the author's undertaking. Mrs.— TXi. in Warren. son of Brice [987] Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. Oct. Sle. in Washington. information I can obtain. in Union. pub. Mr. was born Aug. Ji/iotla Sargent. 1S07. p.. in her letter above mentioned of March 25. Julia Ann Albee. They removed about 1850 to Wisconsin." I am ready to give him the best No. Me. 28. Mr. doubtless. 26. daughter of Job and Mary (Knowlton) Caswell. she writes: •• If he wishes to write a biography of our noble descent. 1857. He married. 19. Eleanor Cummi/igs. Reference. Xewhall.^ Samuel". Me. Almira Jameson died Oct. Jameson removed about to some 1850. Me. was born June 16.. Mary Fuller. 1825. Mr. was born in 181 1. and Mr. 1801. 1844. and later to Kansas. :. Mrs. Jameson died prior to Feb. ^ . They resided in China.Wniiam'^). but their names are not given. Daggett [1065]. Jameson married ^ Ahnira JViushnc. place in Wisconsin. 1067. 29. daughter of David and Rosanna (Kelloch) Cummings. 20. Me. 1813.. Me. After his death she married a second husband. Jameson married ^ Mrs. son of Brice [987] and Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. Mr. 18 14. It is said that they had a family of eight children. She was born in Montville. widow of Benjamin Albee. 1795. Almond Jameson. and Knott Bartlett'' Jameson (Brkc. 1S57. No. 17. Mr.WHHatn \). Ehenezer McPeters. Brice* Jameson (Bn'a.IVHHam '). the " Old family Bible. March 6.jb. with his younger brother. Jameson had two children. 1069. 13. Sarah Castcell. 1070. daughter of Isaac and Anna (Boggs) Fuller.. Memoranda.220 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Me. No. Mrs. refers to her brother Almond as having the ''family register" by which she means. She was born July i. where they resided. in Warren. her father. son of Brice [987] and Priscilla (Bartlett) Jameson. She Me. Memoranda.Annals of Warren. and Mrs. Me. No. in ^^'arren. in Warren. 1841.. They resided in Wisconsin. Jameson's elder sister. but no definite information could be obtained.^ Sa>i!iu-/. They resided in Union. Almond ^ Jameson {BHce. in \\'arren. 1837. 1812. 1792. Me. Jameson had five children. He married. was born Sept. Me. She was born in \\'arren. He married in 1841. 18. in Windsor. He married Sept. married for a second wife Mr. Job Caswell. Mrs. Mary Jameson died Oct. Me.]ViIUain^\. She was born Oct. Me. pub. John Watts* Jameson {^George? Samuci. Mr. 1071.^ Samm-i.

daughter of Catherine Watts * Jameson {George. They resided in Warren. Crane. Dec. March 25. SjS. Crane died Sept. 227 March Mr. 1S50. Geori-. J44. Elizabeth^ Jameson {George. 20.— r/.THE JAMESONS was born Nov. 1S2S. She married May 16. d. 30. Me. Aug. They resided in Rockland. 1SS3. was born April 11. [1226]. April 13. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary Vose.^ Auiials of IVarreii. Me. about i860.. Tune 15. Aug. b. b. b. . Henrv N.ug. 1825. 12. 1831. b. 10. Josiah Maxcy. THE CHILDREN WERE : m. Aug. March 15. 1841.'' Samuer-. 1828. b. Sarah Grent: d. 18 14. Crane for his second wife. in Warren. 14. Mariiia Ann. Nov. 1877.. 1833. He died in early life.^ Samuei. 1807. 17. 1S83. July lo. Williain M. 1S41. 26. 1787. CAriiARiNE J. 1S16. -Sept. 1847. Memoranda. 1S63. resided. 1S19. Henry Farrington married Catherine J. . Jan. Dec. 1837. 1875. 1S34. son of Abner and Mary (Libbey) Farrington. No. Asenath Abhie Swift. Libbey died Aug. at the age of eighty- Eliakim L. [1221]. Nov. Robert Leaviti. m. 9.. 1S94. b. Gilbert A. She married June 15. Janes. 1870. b. Moses Crane. Sfimpsini. Wiinam% daughter of George [988] and Isabella (Watts) Jameson. m. WiNSLOAV [1231]. 1899. in Scarboro'. Sttsie E. m. 1820. 1S79. 1789. Gilbert Sarah Ann Mary Jane . pp. 8. Oct. 1S26. 181S. b. March 11. b. b. i). 28. was born March 11. Long. 1827. ni. b. 13. 1S52. Eliakim L. [1222]. m. July 30. 5. b. Mrs. Julia Ann Jameson died Feb. 1848. Rufus Crane. jgj. April 27. — The Annals of JVarren. 31. b. 1S42. Me. Alexander Libhcy. She died in earlv life. 1881. 1S56. He died in early life. May 19. 23. LciriSA [1230]. d. Oct. Feb. 1815. Ar'IHUR [1224]. Crane's four years.. Isaac Fuller [1220]. d. Jan. was born Aug. June 29. March 9. 1848. 12. Mr. May 4. 20. d. m. son of Rufus and Mary He was born April 12. 1817. 1072. 1S35. Dec. J40. Mr. b. b. Rl-FUS [1223]. b. UiuisA Aw. Slarreit. Nov. 1837. 4. b. 1S52. Farrington. 1833. m. pp. 1S23. 1793. . died Dec. 1S55. Me. 1882. His mother died Feb. Smith Maxcy. He died in early life. m. 30. Seth.\pril 9. Libbey died Jan. Me. 1851. d. father. Me. Dec. Me. b. where they (Field) Crane. d. 1824. 27. 19. 15.. 1822. II. m. d. 1S47. . in Windsor. 26. died IN MAINE. Oct. Crane died June 30. 1891. 1849. 1S14. m. in Warren. Jan. March 22. 1S34. Mrs. July 15.WUHam George [9S8] and Isabella (Watts) Jameson. Willlam Hilton [1229]. 27.\CES. THE CHILDREN WERE: He died in early life. She died in early life. in Gardiner. Henry Farringion. March 30. Me.Susan F. Mrs. Feb. where they resided. 1S40. [1227]. 1798. Oct. Capt. d. 28.. 1S30. 1854. son of John and Catherine (James) Libbey. 1829.. Mary F. June 14. Rkfere. Eliza Jaxe. m. 13. April 22. 6. b. He was born Jan. 6. 10. References. Farrington. Me. Jan. June 28. b. d. June 28. May 6. March 19. 17.She died in early life. April 2. Aug. 1897.A. Harriet. JdHN [1228]. 1SS3.e [1225]. 1851. ISAHELLA.. 1S71. Sara/i R. 3. Mr. Jameson 5. Feb. 26. Me. 1846. j36. in Warren. 1823.

[1239]. June 9. "The Life Wilson Place.6- : The Nisloiy of Thomaslon ami A'oeh- Me. iS. Feb. II. . was born Feb. 16. J. in Warren. . Dec. 1829. June 23. 1875. 1834. Me. in Warren. daughter of Life and Mrs. resided for a time on the old homestead of his wife. Mav 25. b. Mt. in Rock- David Patterson' Jameson {George? Me. Capt. 1834. Memoranda. 1S32. m. Me. iaiid. 1S35. 1S30. 18. pp. land. Jameson died Jan. He married June 22.es [1235]. in Warren."' famous for the "Old Pine Tree. He has not been heard from since 1882. iSoo. 24. 1842. Oct.. nee Parsons. and received an honorable discharge Feb. b. 13. . Fai. 283..WnUam i). daughter of Freeman and Abigail (Leach) Jones. 1871. 1S70. IN AMERICA. He died in childhood. Nev. 1825. 2d Brigade. 14.April 17. No. and captain. Me.254. William E. in Warren. m. son of George [988] and Isabella (Watts) Jameson. b." and later removed to Windsor. Me. 1803. the children were: Amanda Fitzai. THE CHILDREN WERE: Freeman [1232]. Me. 1858. Duiiton. INIe.. where they resided. 1862. Sarah (Jameson) Wilson.. ^Elijah Moodv. Margaret. He died in early manhood. 29. . Oct. Mav 8. La. The former died in New Orleans. 28. AUxani/ei. 1S41 m..S. 15. and David E. ^oo.2 28 THE JAMESONS . 30. was born May 16. b. 1S35. the latter perished at sea Ormond F. 1827. Me. Martha I. Ormond July 31. m. 1839. 1S3S. but removed to Windsor. She died in childhood. 18. where the)' resided. b. 1S61. Me. Almira Colbuni Wilson. Jameson followed the seas. Dec. with their homes in Rockland. Oct. — T/te Auiials of Warrcii.meson was commissioned References. He died in childhood. Vol. Life Wilson [1242]. Nov. Sar. b. 1S33 d.Sarah Frances [1241]. July 27. \ April iS. 18.. John Watts [1233]. 4qg. Crawford. 1850. Clarence D. George McLellan' Jameson {George? Samue/. He married Oct. 2^. Mrs. She was born July 12. John W. No.. 22. Feb. 3d Regt. He died in childhood. Me. 576.William''\ son of George [988] and Isabella (Watts) Jameson. b. Jameson died Nov. Mr. Ulmer\ d. March 13. b. Mrs. 1828. 1842. William James. but removed to Rockland. j. iS6t. 1076. b. Mr. He died in infancy. April i. 1829. Me.Sept.Daniel H. and 4th Division of the Militia of Maine. //. b. Jameson died April 15. She died in infancy. Jameson died June 28. Dec. of the Rifle Co. b. p. 15. Penelope Jones. Catharine Ln:i:EV [1237I. Jan. David Erasfis [1234]. Dec. 12. — The Atmals of IVorren.. Sept. 1833. \%()l.. He was lost at sea in 1876.Atidersoti d. Jameson . 1835. 1805. William Watts [123S]. 29.. 9.. 1077. Ja. Me. June 14. She was born June 18. 1850. b. Catherine Louisa. but later removed to Virginia City. 1S32. Mr. Me. 1831.\meson was a carpenter in Thoniaston. June 29. in Warren. 182. Satnuel. 1S26. lieutenant.an [1240]. b. July 12. m.vh Isabel [1236]. April 27. 1841. 1802.. Memoranda. 1837. Julv 4. . 1856. References. in Warren.

1841. Jameson married -Celia Cook. Abby Morse. \i. Jameson married '^Mis. Me. Mrs. res.. of Robert [989] and Deborah (Morton) Jameson. He was killed by a horse.\HETH [1243]. Jameson removed to Matinic Island. Henrv [1249]. 1S12. Jameson died Jan.. and later to St. George. was born in Friendship. They resided in Rockland. 576. when he removed with his family to Camden. Mr. Celia Jameson died. He was an overseer in a woolen factory until 1867. Me. ?. Me. and Mrs. the children were: Jil.. James Murch. son of Robert [989] and Deborah (Morton) Jameson. where they Mr. George. John " Jameson (Robert. m. pp. Carrie Dunbar Mr. and died ]\Iay 5. (Jeori'. He married Oct. Me.Fohn [. Abigail Jameson died. 1S29. Kebeeca Ei. "Margaret Thompson. Mass. Mr. Me. Me. 1845. AUBV [1244J. John Farnsworth. Miller. res.. and Mr. m. resided. res. They resided in South Thomaston. m. She was born in Waldoboro. in Warren. Lucy Ann [1253]. Me. m. was born Sept. Johnson had four children. Feb.^ Alexander. Me.. EraStUS' Jameson {George.ow THE children WERE: Deborah [1248]. in Rockland.. 1820. Mero. daughter of Ebenezer and Mary (Gordon) Thompson. They resided in Rockland. -Albert Johnson of Warren. 1896. S/orer. Sept. 1083. Ruby [1254]. She was born in Waldoboro. Me. Me. 1S06.^ William ^).j^2. daughter of James and Sarah (Copeland) Libbe)'. 4. where he helped to establish a factory for felting of which he became the superintendent. No. Me.William^). ////'. Bertha Morse. Henry Stahl. 28. 2. m. m. Framingham. died in early manhood. m. Jan. in Warren. Rockland. . 1834. July iS. 9. James ^ Jameson {Robert. Methias [1250]. Marcaket [1257]. m. Chloe L. 12. Mrs.256]. 1770. Mary Ann [1258]. Jameson married again. viz. He married ^Abigail Cook. 1840. John [1247]. Ccdonia U'iuslow.Andrew 22. 1861. . She was born Jan. Me. [1259]. Jane [1251]. Mr. James Burns. Esther Gardner. b. m. 1847. was born June 5. THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 24. Margaret Jameson died.^ Samuei. She was born in Waldoboro. Elizabeth Jameson died. 30. Z/7Vv_)'. ( Memoranda. Jameresided in Rocl<land. jjg. Benjatnitt Dillingliam . 1S46. Me. ni. Jameson died April 26.. d. Me.: Sai'ali Gay Mary Frances Albert Jiidson \ \ . m. Mrs. Mr. Jameson died 1S48 in St. 181S. Mrs. Jameson married Dec. son married. Nov. ^Sarali Low. Mr. [1255]. in Camden. m. Elijah C.siE [1252]. Tebhetls.iz. Jameson married ^Jl/rs. Joseph Sweelland. son of George [988] and Sarah Farrington) Jameson. — The Annals of Warreti. No. and Mr. -A'el>ecca Catherine [1245]. Jameson Rkkeren-ces. m..e [1246]. Me.^ Alexander. Me. They Mr. Me. Nancy C. and Mrs.William^). 1084. where Mrs. Me. He married ^Elizabeth Storer. in Friendship.

. i. 4. m. Oct. THE CHILDREN WERE: iS. Jameson died Feb. 1782. b. ////). 1S77. m. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: Thomas He was drowned at Marseilles. and Rockland. Feb. was born 1776. Oct. who died in New Orleans. i8oi. 1795. Sept. Me. Me. 25. Me. SAMiEL. 1780. Oct. No. Reference. Saera. 186S. April 26. was born in Friendship. ^Betsey Rivers. Mr. He was born in Waldoboro.^ History of Thomaston and Rockland. Ephraim Ulmer\ d. Oct. 1884. 1822. Marv. Robert'' Jameson {Robert. p. 1S25. Joseph.William^). and widow of Capt. She was born June 17. No. Mr. b. 1S33. son of Joseph and Margaret Robinson) Rivers. 1842. Jameson married Dec. 1831. 1085. They resided in South Thomaston. Rankin died April 7. 16. Me. JosEi'H. son of Robert [989] and Deborah (Morton) Jameson. Elethea L. Samuel Rankin. Mrs. d. Mr. b. ". where Mr. 27. Me. 1807 m. Me. She married Nov. July 14. in Friendship. Aug. 1829. 1848. b. ^ Charity McAllister. b. son of Capt> Constant and Mary (Tolman) Rankin. 111.— ///j/c/j of Thomaston exxept the youngest son. .. Rankin's children all resided in Rockland. Memoranda. Harriet Stevens. William Mnnroe. 9. They resided in South Thomaston..b. Me. 1S39. March 8. 1088. 1849. iS. Nov. 1830. July i. II. She died Jan.— 77. 14. 5. 1S05.10//!^ Ames. son of Samuel and (. They resided in South Thomaston. Mr. George. daughter of William and Phebe (Linekin) Wheeler. France.Abigail [1262]. Me. Sept. Elizabeth. Joseph Rankin. 1804. Vol. daughter of Robert [989] and Deborah (Norton) Jameson. Hannah Jameson [1264]. -Margaret Jameson [1257]. and removed to Farmington. 1827. 2. Mary [1261]. 4. II. 441. 23.. Dec. m.xauder. where Mrs. 1802. iSoS. 15.. Me. 20. d. -Lucy Gay.^ Ale. Aug. daughter of Robert [989] and Deborah (Morton Jameson. 1S02. Maria \ Jameson {Rol>ert. Me. Rivers died. 1S16. 2. Luey Sayward. in Friendship. was born Oct. Me.. 1810. 1859. 1828. La. Oct. b. m. Mrs. March 2. Constant. Nov. George. Betsey Jameson died March 28. Mrs. Me. iSoS. Mark Lindsey. . He was born May 4. She married '^Joseph Rivers. Oct. 1849. 22.'i2. Oct. 1833. ni. [1260]. Reference. They resided in Rockland. Oct. . Jameson died April 6.. Me.William'^). Rivers married -David Sweetland. Me. 27. 1776.. b. 1S34. m. 421. 1857. 1806. Rankin died Feb. 1850. James Sayward. 1875.o. and Mrs. [1263]. 4. "Mrs. David Fales Coiiant. 1803. Dec. Sarah R. 1812. b. nee Wheeler. Me. 13. m. 11. Ingraham. June 2. Sweetland died in Skowhegan. 28.^ ) Alexander:- ( THE CHILDREN WERE : Ebex. in Thomaston. m. Vol. 1S14. 1844. in St. b. d. Betsey* Jameson {Robert.. Aug. b.Gay) Sweetland. where they resided. She was born Jan. rf77//<?OT '). She died in early life. p.^ Alexaiider.230 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. He was born in Gushing. June b. in St. He married July. II.

IVilliain H. m. was born Feb. THE CHILDREN WERE: RcinFRT. June 8.. 1833. d. 1S31.j/2.. 1816. 1839. 26. April 18. Me. 13. d. son of William and Mrs. Patrick Pebbles.Ifc/iilvre. b. Me. 1S73. d. 1S39. July 12. b. James Savward and Lucy Wheeler were at sea South Thomaston. m. b. 31. 1S34. was born in 1803. ROMERT [1265). 1853. 14. 18S7. Nov. 1S41. d. [1272]. where Capt. 11. Mr. was born in Friendship. Ale. B'rancis Harding of Union. March g. Sept. . iSii. 1S12. Emily Graves. m. 1089. and died Dec. Sylvester [1266]. Jan. n-. She died in infancy.— TV/^ History of Thomaston and Rockland. nee Rea. Sept. Ebcn Sxoeetlami. Me. b. 4. EZEKIEL Davis [1268]. No. 3S7. m. July 7. pnb. m. Nov. Edmcnd. She died in childhood. m. Thomas McIntvre. She married Fatrick Pebbles Rflbiiison. 1S55. June 17. June. of John and Catherine (Fogler) Storer.. m.1 THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. and Elizabeth (Starrett) Burgess. d. 23. b. Margaret Miller. June 14. m. 1842. in Warren. Linekiii. 1S77. b. 1859. Jacob Post. 1S14. Harriet Robinson was his second wife. Sept. 1842. Jan. George . 1803. 1846. [1269]. 1S24. Susan W. 181S. i8i8.V. Rekerknce. and died at sea. 1811. was born Dec. July Sarah. daughter of Robert [989] and Deborah (Morton) Jameson.inn Storer. July 5. Mrs. Memoranda. C. . Cict.. Oct. Thomas Prince Burgess. b. daughter Reference. 1S05. Eliza Jane [1270]. b. 24. July 25. A. 1850. He was lost May. Capt. 1815. June 16. 7. b. d. 1840.A. in Warren.Sio. 1836. Dec.xanher [1267]. Bucklin.. 1S34. 1839.^Pc/„fvrc. Me. Me. Oct. 1810. 1809. Hannah Mary Elizaeeih Sahra Marcelus [1271]. Feb.p. son of William and Lucy (Prior) Mclntyre. son of Stephen C.— 77. 19. Nancy C. Oct. Ann (Storer) Robinson. They resided in Friendship and in born Jan. p. 7. Me. 8. Aug. Memoranda. June 20. 1820. 1S31. where they resided. in Gushing. Rebecca (Minot) Robinson. i. 10. Nov. was born March 16. 1810. b. Robinson died Dec.A. 27. He died in early life. Jane Elizabeth. IR. 1807 m.McIntvre. 23. Wheeler. was born 1783.. Thomas Prince Burgess. 25. 19. 1S18. Mariam. daughter of Robert [989] She married and Sarah (Rivers) Jameson. Deborah M. Warren. Thonl^s [1273]. April i. 20. m..f Annals of Warren. 1S72. P. m. Wary A. . May 29. 1867. 15. i8r„ K/i:a Copcland. [uly 14.ug. Robinson died July 21. Harriet. 1796. 1840. Their children were: Lucy A. b.. Vol. m. b. Sabra^ Jameson {Robert. iSiS. Oct. 1S75. Me. 1826. iS. b. b. 23 [1264]. resided in Capt. Jtily 4. Geonre . b. 27. Henry Robinson. He was born 1775. Me.^ Alexander^ William'^). Me. Me. Louisa C. Capt. 20. He was of Matthew and Hannah (Sterling) Robinson. 14. . son . Feb. in Friendship. i860. b. 1830. son of Palmer and Ann (Palmer) Mclntyre. He died in early life. Nancy. Mary ^ Jameson {Robert^ Alexander^ William '). Thomas . m.

. Martha J. daughter of Robert She [996] and Deborah (Simmons) Jameson. He was born May 27. S. Vol.. Me. three children. Brewster resided in Rockland. If pp. Me. 20. and she married -Josiali Slerling.— 7%f History of Thomaston and Rockland. 3-8. b. JA-. 1S62. W'illiiims. They resided in Thomaston. was born in Friendship. Siinoii. . No. Feb. 34c. married his wife's older brother. d.Mii. son of Zadoc and Lucy (Knight) Brewster.. '. where Mrs. 181 4. 1S19.. 1S43 Aug.. daughter of Robert [9S9] and . Howard Morton Orilla A. was born in Rockland. in Gushing. 1797. Memoranda.Sarah (Rivers) Jameson. \'a. S. William Brewster. m. ijb. Feb.. : . Jane Jameson [1096] Thurston J. the only son. 6.n-ces. Zadoc F. viz. married. 1847.^ Ahwamkr. 27. Me. 1863. and died Feb. 1842. Isa.' History of Tho j.WUHam '). : . Martlua Jane * Jameson {Robert. now Rockland. Jean Siiiitli: m. 1789. Dec. m. Cai't. Howard JMorlou. 1833 Hannah Jane. b. 7.taml. Zadoc F. Jane * Jameson (/^oh-rt. d. navy. and died Aug. 23. Brewster married again.. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Melinda. 14. 31. Thtirs Hi II 'Jaiiieson. b. viz. They had .THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. He was born Oct. b. Mrs. Robinson. Me.— 77. for her first husband. If pp. b.. THE CHILDREN WERE Isaac. Alibie y. 1852. Camden.^ Paul'^ WUUam '). Mr. Thurston J. 1862. and Capt. Rkfere. younger brother married his wife's younger sister. 1S37. b. i'853 Clara Emma. Me. 8. Robinson died. Me.uui. 1S29. Ian. : Feb. d. Me„ Vol.: Clara E. 1861.. Memoranda.ac Brewster resided in Rockland.So. Robinson married '^Hannah Stoicr. Brewster died. She married Simon Rohiiisflit. Aug. Memoranda. 1853. 1833. in Thomaston.i Rockl. and Mrs.380. . b. b. July. II. Rohinson's sister. . resided in Thomaston. 9. 22. sjS. b. Oct. Me. Sept. and Mrs. ton Mr. Nov. d. 1S35 Willard U\. 3. Rkke The History of Tlwmastoti aiiJ Rocl. He was a master mariner. and died at Harper's Ferrv. He was drowned in Rockland harbor. Cai't. Sarah Bro-uu. 1858. Me. Caroline Robinson. ERKNCES. 1096. Capt. son of Matthew and Hannah (Sterling) Robinson.. Robinson married again. Capt. They resided at Jameson's Point. pp.i. Me. Vol. served his country in the 20th Maine Regt. 137. Thev had three children. AND Mrs. late of U.

res. daughter of Robert [996] and Deborah Simmons) Jameson. Yoiiii:.THE JAMESONS IN' MAINE. [1283]. She He was born about 1797. hood. Charles [1279I. II. Me. 1 82 5. where Mr. was born in Rockland. 1832. married Samuel McLaughlin.- Deborah (Simmons) Jameson. b. m. THE CHILDREN WERE: Camden. res. -Mrs.'iS63. LviUA l". 1849.^ Faul. Me. Ml. b. Me.. 10. Me. Jameson They resided in I. b. m. 6.sijn [1274]. 1832. 6. widow of Isaac Jameson [iioo]. 1832. Mrs. Ror.nce. b. b.. Kith. Me. 7. [1282]. She was born in Camden. 1S34. He died in early manhood. Aug. Camden.— 77^ History Thomaston ami Roeklamt. 1S25. m. William Blackington.iaH. March. Frank Shepherd. Isaac Smith.rknCE —History of T/wmastoii and Rockland. . 319. 1851. Frye. Patkick. fuly i6. Isaac. ( THE CHILDREN WERE: Ei. Rlff. He died Maria F. Jameson {Robert. Jameson's widow first married.^ William\ son of Robert [996] and He married. 1S40. Me. Me. b. Me. Oct.^ Paui.Augusta. b. b. William. He resided in California.. Dec. May He died hi infancy. Elizabelll' Jameson {Robert. b. C. 22. Robert'* Jameson {Lioh-rl. m. Me. Me. zz. June 10. 1SC3. May John. b. Mk. He died Nov. Dec. . Me. Me. She resided in Camden. pub. 17. Baruch. II. Cafl. Samijkl. . m. Susan Clough. They resided in Rockland. Me. They resided in Rockland. Mr. No. p. Isaac [1285]. Tfo. Isaac" ////'. 1S42. Upham. was born July PV/ll/am^). 30. res. Me.Sept. 7. in . Me. ////'. b. McLaughlin died March 28. Aug. p. 1825. 1101. 1S34. He resided in Camden. 1099.1830. was born in Rockland. Deborah (Simmons) Jameson. the CHILDREN WERE: ' Esther Robert Almira [1281]. in Camden. where Mrs.izAi. 1S26. Sara/i Clough. 2. b. Isaac [1276J.^ Paul. Ale. Rachel [1275]. Elhridi^e Pendleton. in Rockland.////'. whose Vol. in child- RoiiKKT. McLaughlin married. Camden. Rockland. of -Samuel McLaughlin.. Vol. 185 1.iii [1278). Rockport. Nov.' WHliam'). 1S62. John H. William J. Memoranda. Elizabeth Jameson [1099]. 1S36. 7. June 19. 22. Nel. Rockland. Jan. Coehran. res. June 3. Diana. Diana [1287]. 1824. d. b.ERT [1277]. [1286].. m. m resided in California. jig. died. Sarah (Clough) Jameson. [1280]. D. Hj resided in William T. 1839. son of Robert [996] and He married. Me. wife was his sister. 1822. Nov.Susan [1284]. Jameson married again. 1851. He Elizamf. Refere.

Jones died Jan. Vol. Caroline E. Dec.^ Paul. 3S2. Me. Boyn'lon. 1S61.xins. 1108. He marMarch 6. [1291]. ^Mar/ha Gregory. Auousta. 1862. Lucy [1293]. R. in Rockland. where they resided and both died.— TX. Diana * Jameson {Hobcrt. ^Sj. . in Rockland. Mary Jameson died Sept. in Rockland.. Mrs. Jameson married Jan.. 1S36. Jan.^ WUHam in in M. was born Sept. son of Charles [999] Clarion Mary S. Benjamin Cloui. son of Deborah Simmons) Jameson. Mr. 1S42. Mrs. Elsie. Me. 183 1.THE JAIMESONS IN AMERICA. Abigail T. He died in early life.WERE: - Ettie [1288]. S. 1S43. Me.^ Paul. Me.^ WHUam^). Gay. 1S56. Oct. 1832. pp. Nov. She was born in Camden. 7. Jeremiah* Jameson ried and Agnes (Hyler) Jameson.. 185 1. Me. b. 2S6. was born 181 1. THE children WERE: Aug. References b. No. Me. Zenas H. Me. He married. April. {Charles. 1S56. Jan. Dudley [1289]. William'' ( Jameson {Robert^ Paui. Me. where Mr. b. and Capt. 26. She was born Jan. b. She resided in Camden. 29. 1880. res. II. Nov. Me. Me. No. 1847. References. She died in infancy. 1836. 1S3S. son of Charles [999] and Agnes (Hyler) Jameson. 30. b. Albert H. She was born in Camden. Jones died. 14. . Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: William. a half-sister to his first wife. 21. Cyrus V. in Rockland. in Rockland. — TXf History of Thaviaston and Rockland. 1106. 12. 1850. iS.h res. 28^. THE children WERE: George Oilman [1295]. THE children. 1S53.. Mrs. son of James and Eunice (Brewster) Jones.. Hii. 181 1. She died in early life. 1813. Aurelius Harrint^ton res. "Henrietta K. in Rockland. m. Me. No. b. Rockland.. daughter of William and Catherine (Burns) Tolman.JlJl/iam^). i.- History of Tkomaston and Kockhind.. m. II. in Rockland. 1S34. 1107. Me. May 28. Me.. 3. 20.^ WUUam '). in Camden. Martha Jameson died. pp. They resided Camden. daughter of David and Lucy (Butler) Gay. m. They resided in Rockland. was born It. Me. pub. Robert [996] and He married Nov. Jameson died Nov. C. They resided in RockMr. [1294].^ Paui. Jameson married land. daughter of William Tolman. They resided at Jameson's Point. b. Catherine Eliza [1296]. She married John Jones. Cliarles* Jameson {Charles. Jan. Mary. "Cordelia Tolman. m. [1292]. Me.. daughter of Robert [996] and Deborah (Simmons) Jameson. was born in 1809. [1290]. Rekecca. . ^Mary Tolman. Vol. F. 1830. Me. Harrii't Grant.

b. res. 1S47. \%(iO. They resided in Camden. 11. 1851. 6. Mr. Emma Blake. Oliver' Jameson (Ckarlcs. Augustus De. Me. b. John* Jones Jameson belonged to the "Sharpshooters" of the Union army. 12. No. 2. They had several children. m. m. Me. 1S42. b. b. iSbo. Cict. Hall. Jameson was a sea Leonard Ja. 16. b. Jameson died leaving a widow and several children. 3. pub. His widow. March 29. 1S64.. United States navy. Lydia J.meson was captain. Vol. Josefh Nonsloti. "i. They resided in Rockland. 1835. Lvilia A. Me.xter [1309]. Mary Kellock. Me.. m. . b. Ann E. 8. Me. 1871. They had three children. 30 Chestnut St.Wiinam^). Sept. Sophia R.p. b. Riiby L. 1SS6. S.son of Charles [999] and Agnes (Hyler) Jameson. Mary s't^K William J. Feb 20. Ruby L. Memoranda. m. b. Fales. She died in infancy. 1859. 1S56. II. 1841. Nov. March 7. the children were: John [1307]LrcRETiA [1308]. She was born in Camden. EUen Nol.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Leiinard [1315]. Sept. Charlotte Smith.. 1834. 1839. Lydia A. John Jones [1300]. 17. Aug. March 13. was born at Jameson's Point in Rockland. m. John Albert Burrill. His widow resides on Rankin St. Amelia Forman. 1S35. 1854. resides No.WH/iam^). THE CHILDREN WERE : George G. m.rsTrs [1298]. son of Charles [999] and vi'as born at Jameson's Point in Rockland. He married. 18. 235 Angeline Agn-es [1297]. 1109. Dec. They resided in Rockland. Susan Reviller [1302]. They resided in Rockland.leu. Me. m.IViV/iam^). Mary A. Oct. THE CHILDREN WERE: E. was born 1S15. in Rockland. Me. [1304]. John'' Agnes (Hyler) Jameson. b. 1S44. MARGARE-r [1316]. No. 1861. [1305].^Paul".— 77. 9. Mr. Orris Jackson [1299]. and Mrs. d. He married. b. b. 1856. [1313]. m. [1306]. [1312]. Nov. 1837. 1S40: m. Oct. July 8. Mrs.. 1847. b. married Oct.'^ Paui:. Me. Jameson (Charks. 27. . b. Rockland. 18^6. July 3. Isaac [130^]. tSjS m. . Me. Sept. b. son of Charles [999] and Agnes (Hyler) Jameson. Collamore. William [1311]. Sarah 1855. piil>. in the Jameson. Memoranda. Charles Air. Jan. He Me. She died in childhood. Rei-ERENi:f. William J. Julv 15. 10. Oct. 1S57. Lydia Clough. ^he died in childhood. Rockland. [1301]. 1S43. d. 1110.. Isaac [1310]. Me. Houston resided in Dedham.. Vanmih. Feb. Me. Feb. Freeman H. Oct. Mark Dexter' Jameson iCharles. 2S4. July 30.f Histoiy of Thomaslon and Rockland. Me. Libbev. 22. Oliver [1314]. in Rockland. 9..^ Fan/. He died in childhood. m.

1S63. 28. 18 II.^ Fan/:- WHHam'^). 22j. 1S95. was born April 5.x M. 25. 1S30. Jameson. Almond Thompson. in Jan. Me.7. April 7. July 6. He died in earlv life. Mary A. 1895. Hannah (Cook) Jameson. 1S47 i". 1862..No^'. 1890. They resided in Friendship. Francis Gracia [1320]. II. daughter of George and Ann (Johnston) Young. 1117. Feb. Mrs. Cummings. 1864. a very devoted Christian woman. [1319]. 1SS2. 1830. b. Memoranda. 1S67'. 2S4. Aug. . and • Lord fetch him Lord fetch him prayed with a loud voice and great earnestness. EliZ-' Thdmas [1321]. later well known in connection with the Home for Little Wanderers. 1862. was holding a series of revival services in the town. Jameson died May 28. John Bradford. 30. daughter of Capt.Ll\M Johnston [1324]. b. No. ^A/ary Young.LE. THE CHILUREX WERE: Lauka F. 10. Mr. Feb. Parsons. \\V\\1XVA^ i'AVA'^^WX {William^ Paul. Ei. daughter of Charles [999] and Agnes (Hyler) Jameson.. In the crisis of these perils each time he promised the Lord that if he would spare his life he would become a Christian. arose and requested prayers for her husband. son of William [looi] and Mrs. Lord fetch him!! I" It was all he could say. Referknces. Thomas Files. 14. Jameson's wife. Me. where they resided. iS. btit the promise was not kept. d. came forward. Johnson born Feb. Vol. 1833.236 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA." A solemn hush fell upon the audience. Jameson married Aug. 10. a very commanding personality. about 1S45. 1809. "There he is in the gallery. 1S97. b. No. 1S3S. Johnston. ni. iiee Bradford. m. in Bristol. son of George and Abigail (Tolman) Johnson. -Ala?}' A. 1SS7. at the same time pointing him out and saying. Me. b. He retired when about si. in Rockland. Jameson was a man more than well pounds and — I 1 ! . She was born Sept. 4. July 2. Elsie Morton. Mary Jameson died March 22. The excitement was intense. a nephew of Capt. She was born Nov. 1S31. March iS.'Vug. d.Sept. 1S5S. Mr. weighing over two hundred proportioned. 1857. Jonah Thomas [1317]. Jameson had retired from the seas. that the Rev. — Tin Hislory of Thomastoit and Rockland. 1807. Me. 17. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: Infant Elmira [1318]. pp. 16. Ruhy Ann Thompson. fell upon his knees at the altar. m. died April 25. Mrs. Slie died Jiilv 10. William and Olive (Morton) Johnston. It was a year or two after Capt. Wn. He married Jan. He followed the seas for forty years." William^).. Silas S.. 1863. 1S54. Jameson rose in the meeting. was born in Rockland. Nov. . and barely escaped death. b. April 15. Jameson died June 20. m. May 2. ra. 1854. Oct. 1S37. Dec. May 7. July 25.\ty years of age. At one of the evening meetings Capt. 1S42. 1828. b. 1840.. b. Me. in Gushing. Capt. Mary^ Jameson {C/mrh-s. She married He was George Johnson. Lafaveti E [1322]. 24. iSoi. . 10. confessed his broken promises made to the Lord in the time of peril and wreck at sea. 1113. Me. and a great religious interest was prevailing. P'eb. 1853. b. John McFarland. and for the greater part of this time he was the master of a vessel. in Friendship. when shortly a young man. Ilatlie F. March i. b. 5. six feet in height. During his seafaring life he had been a castaway three times. Mary Ellen [1323]. 28. that died in infancy. The result was the following evening Capt. and then Mr.

in Lewiston. served in the War for the Union. m. ^s»/'X His three sons who were of sufficient age. was called to fill many offices of public service in the He commanded the town. 1867. Me. b. 1836.^Dec. was born May 28. in the 21st New York Regiment under Gen. And when this little man went into the water with Capt.William '). \?>z\. Capt. 13. Me. in Topsham. 1829. and was elected for two terms to the State Legislature. 187''^. under date of Dec. THE CHILDREN WERE: LvniA EiJ. Mrs. WllHam. Sanborn. Charles [1328]. Mr. 1863. Subsequently Capt. 1838. Me. 1. Arthur' Jameson (John. THE CHILDREN WERE: John [1327]. b. 4. in Wales. The minister.^ Martin. 1879. 13. 1799. and esteem of the cornmunity. in Topsham. 1121. Jameson.. Me. She died March 23. b. many of whom wished to be baptized by immersion. Me. 1808. 1862. 28. am going on board and here is his autograph. 12. Me. in Webster. . She was born Dec. 1802. Jameson. Emmn Horioii. 1843. b. there ran through the multitude of spectators a tremor of apprehension as to the However.\\\z. Mary Eliza May 26. Eltlura //. 15. b.^ Paul:. respect. 1801. jEKKMiAi! UoANE [1326].. son of Lemuel and Susanna (Hale)') Thompson. universal confidence. 21. JaUlBSOlI (Jcranlah. Thompson died May 22. 237 the ship of Zion. Me.* Sept. was small of stature like Zaccheus of old. They resided Mr. b. . son of Jeremiah [1003] and Maria Elsie (Cook) Jameson. 1S26. in Friendship. Rev. 1835. Dec. April 28." and turning to his comrades and The Lord had fetched him. 1S66. Thompson died Eliza ^ Jameson {John. May 22..Jane Given. wrote the author an interesting letter. Oct. Jameson for the next twenty-five He became a classyears of his life was a very active and useful Christian man. Matilda Gay. ^" Friendship. I IN MAINE. Jameson died May 24. 1874. was born Aug. daughter of William and Mary (Stanwood) Given. 1SS7. 1131. There were hundreds present on the occasion of the immersing. [1330]. and Lafayette. Me. Francis G. «^ /--j-i.William^). Among these was Capt. daughter of Wellington and Azubah (Thomas) Gay. They resided in Orrington. m. PclUl'* !Me. 1801. He was born Aug.'' Martin. Jonah ^iAi-yi^ ^^t-»^ •i^^ T. were during the meeting some seventy-five or eighty hopeful conversions.EN [1325]. 1S62.William^). Nov. Aug. July 11. She married Oct. the administration of the rite was successful. She was born July. Jameson died April 17. He died Dec. leader in the Methodist church. 1S53. son of John [ion] and Mary (Hewey) Jameson. AlJen Bradford. in Orrington. was born Jan. !Mrs. Me. Jameson died March 2. 1838. April 28. 12. m. Moses Thompson. 25. in Friendship. once more breathed freely.THE JAMESONS added. 1866. And there friends he urged them to come with him. Mrs. [1329]. 12. a powerful man. Banks. 1864. 1799. No. Mr. where they resided. Me.." IVUliam. in Webster. d. m. daughter of John [ion] and Mary (Hewey) Jameson. in Topsham. and the great crowd result. He married in 1836. No. Me. 7. 1863.^ No.. 1S24. Jameson died May 23. 28. Johu Given. Cummings. He married April 24. 1132. Mr. Jameson who was large of stature.

Ida Eliza Jameson (Totman) Buck. Jameson died Aug. erected about 1836 in Topsham. son of John [loii] and Mary (Hewey) Jameson. viz. He married April 4. No. Given^ Jameson ijohn. 6. MorrilP Jameson {John. 1S40 . Mrs. in Topsham. 1838. Sarah Scribner. 28. Me. He Marv Ann Charles William Alvaii [1331]. life.man resided in Bath. William^). meeting-house. en. She was born in Topsham. Me. and Mrs. where they resided. April 24.Martin"[loii] and Mary (Hewey) Jameson.'' WHUam^. Jameson.'' WHliam.f History of Topsliam.Me.' CHILDREN WERE: Feb. Mrs. in Topsham... resides in Jacksonville. Me. 1S60. pp. Tot. 21. Me. Mr. daughter of Nahuni and Betsey Perkins. Memoranda. 1891. 1SS7. in Topsham. was born Feb. Mr. Mr. Me. Me.^ Martin. 1861. d. Jameson is still resident in Topsham. Sarah Small. Me. Me. Jameson was (Wentworth) Scribner. Her father. . 18. Memoranda.— 7y. Mr.^ Wi//iam. Lucinda Jameson died Dec. 1S77.. Sanborn died Nov. and (^Sanborn) widow of John Jameson [1327]. they resided. Jameson married -Patimce Longfelknc. 1809. [1334]- Frank JuHN Arthi-r [1335]]i336]. [1337]- No. Jan.. was born Sept. . 2. Early Settlirs of Harrison. May 12. . 1S6S.. selectman of that town. son of John [ton] and Mary (Hewey) Jameson. Perkins.. AlVah° Jameson {John.William^). Mass. 20. Jameson died They had no children. Sept. Fred Buck. Mrs. Me. She was born in Litchfield. where Mrs. Jameson died Sept. daughter of Edward and Molly Mr. were no children. He married Cclia A.Cy> [1332]. Ln'i I. b. where Mr. He was for several years. gsQ. 1135.. 24. 1805. 23.. Mr.mpson reside at No. was born July 29. in California. in Blocksburgh. in 1801. Sanborn died Sept. b.. Sally Jameson son) Winslow.They resided in Litchfield. Lucy [1333]. m. Benjamin Sanborn of Webster. died Sept. She was born in Machias. 1882. Me. -Mrs. Everett. daughter of Samuel and Sally (JohnShe was born in Topsham. Mr. IN AMERIC.son of John 16. Fla. 1807. They There resided in Topsham. Cal. 1862. 1134.. 6^j.oraizo To . a subscriber for two shares in the New Cong. Frances Oliver. ^ Sally IViiislow. 1136.^ Martin. Eli. 1838. No. where Mrs. daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Scribner) Sanborn. Oliver Tho. and Mrs. Jameson married Nov. married. 29. 1893. Their daughter. 187 Chelsea St. 1862. m. Mr. g. Me... wife of Mr. 1850. Elthera H. in Topsham. 1864. Me.238 THE JAMESOXS . 7. mariied ^Lucinda Sten^art. 837.. i860. and removed to Webster. References. Me.Winiatn '). 1863-7.

Me.. John Bangs. Charles Williams. Lombard died Jan. Me. Elizabeth Huchins. Minnie [1339]. m. held a major's commission.^ History of Briinsiuick. Her sisters are all dead. Nathaniel Ptirinton. . No. //t'r/w/ A. Mr. Daniel ° Jameson {Rol>ert* WHHam. son of Robert [1012] and Mrs. Me. where Mrs. Emery Mallett. 12. Jameson's father. [1341]. Me. and Harpswe/1. Rebecca E. daughter of John [loii] and Mary (Hewey) Jameson. John A. Mary^ Jameson (John.THE JAMESONS IN ^rAINE. son of Robert . 1142. 1878. Bailey. Given Jameson. was born April lo. he served lour terms. 3Iark^ Jameson {Robert. daughter of John [loiijand Mary (Hewey) Jameson. was born April 25. in Lewiston. He married April 16. Wa/iam. was born in Vermont. Me. in Topsham. Purinton resides in Montsweag. 1137. Mr.. in Topsham.. H. was born March 15.w)y. N. where they resided. Me. \?>\'^. was born Sept.Sarah."^ [1012] and Lydia (Deering) Jameson. Emma Williains. Furititoii. m. 1866. m. and 1S46. Me. a wealthy citizen. ni. 19.tP- ySj. Memoranda. nee Cole.iec Cole. was born Sept. George \V. 1812. She married March 11. He was born in Bowdoin. Hall. Lulhcr Lombard. jSb.. son of Rev. Mr. : No. in . Charles Willia.*' WUliam. 25. in Saco... 1814. a selectman of Topsliam. Mrs.^ WHHam. Me. 239 Memoranda. They resided in Old Orchard. m. in 1841.. Me..W^/7//rt. 1824. but by industry and integrity he became a prominent and Mr.^ Martin. a shilling in his pocket. 1851.ms lived on the old home place of her uncle. in Sanford. Me.^ Martin. Perkins. 1836. ni. m. She married Capt. 1845. He was born in Wales.WHliam '). ^//wV W. son of Jabez Perkins. They resided in Webster. Sally ^ Jameson {John. References.— 77. THE CHILDREN WERE: Melissa. where Mr. Jennie Mary. Jameson was Nahum He Elected to thf legislature in 1825. Topsliam. Emery Mallett... Oct. Matthew Harmon. Williams died. Me. Rev. and Mrs. John A. Lydia (Deering) Jameson. They are both dead. and removed to Salmon Falls. THE CHILDREN WERE m. and was a man of intelligence and Christian character. She 182 1. THE CHILDREN WERE: Lizzie [1338]. At the age of twenty he started out into the world without 1787. Me.. Nathaniel. Charles Edwin [1340]. Lombard died.William'^).-. Purinton died Jan..^ Martin^ W7///«OT ').' Martin. where Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Jameson died.« ^).

Marj'^ Jameson [Robert* Wi/Ham. Me. Charles ^ Jameson (Robert* WilHam. June 15. THE CHILDREN. 12. Alonza G. Saco. Jameson died May 20. daughter of She was born March 31. 1145. 2. daughter of Robert [1012] and Lydia (Deering) Jameson. where they reside. 30. Jan. Memoranda. Jameson died Dec. Lillie [1348]. 1S51.3 40 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1853. in Saco. son of Robert [1012] and Mrs. 2. No. 1S99. daughter of 1832. daughter of Samuel and Eleanor (Bird) Jeremiah ' Jameson . 1829. 1S53. March 28. 1865. b. Dec. 111. They reside in Chicago. Frank Milliken. He died in eailv life. 1S86. Me. Fannie Ellen [1345]. in Saco. in Hardinsburg.. 23. 13. 15. Me. in Joel and Eliza (Patterson) Boothby. April 27. 111. it. Hannah Ann Boothhy. They have no children. 5. 1874. //. 18S6. 1863 m. nee Cole. She married Nov.^ Martin. Allien y. April 29. Oct. Mrs.. . 7. Feb. ncc Cole. An?. James and Mary (Cole) Adams. 1827. April 27.William''). Cora [1347]. He married Nov. He resides. He married June 30. in Saco. Me. Me. Henry R. Jameson went west No. was born Feb.Michigan Ave.^ Martin. 13. lie has lost knowledge of his relatives in the East.' Martin. r2. Sept.Slie died in early life. Dorcas R.. b. Ann Eliza [1349]. in Orono. 1S68. b. 4005 . Patterson. J\Iillil. 1849. ( [HE CHILnHEN WERE: Danif. son of 1829. Ky. 18^5. 8. was born Oct. Gforge Jf. 18^9. nee Cole. Lydia (Deering) Jameson. in Mr. Oct. i. Anna Seaton. 1832. 1147. THE only child WAS: Mildred [1350]. JVo. 1146.. b. 1859. 1863. 2. in Saco. 18S0. b.. where they resided.^ Martin. daughter of William and Olive Jane Rumery) Patterson. 6. Nov died in Texas. Being tlie youngest in the family and at tlie age of twenty-one removed to a distance. 1835. He married Folly Bailey...WERE: in Saco. 1823. He was born March. was born 1785. b. William Albert and Maria (Halloway) Seaton. son of Daniel [1015] and Elizabeth (Colburn) Jameson. Charles [1344]. 1S54. 1S65. She was born Dec. She was born Oct.William ).l Marshall [1342]. Me.William^). 1S93. Chicago. Dec. Adams.'i8Si.. Auc. Myers No. 1871. Jameson died April 19. B. son of Robert [1012] and Mrs. Oct.Williamh.eji. b. 31. Mason. 18S4. Dec. 1S72. Me. s. He married March 12. b. Clara A. Lydia (Deering) Jameson. She died in childhood. b. 27. i2. Saco. They resided in Old Orchard. {Daniel* James.vna [1343]. Jollll^ Jameson (Robert* Wi/Ziam. was born Jan. Me. where Mr. Mary Jaxe [1346J. I m. . m. 1885. Mr. 1144. No. 1851. m. Me. where he has resided ever since.

Sept. Anderson was . son of Abraham and Lucy (Smith) Anderson. Me. daugh- Samuel [1016] and Anne (fiichborn) Jameson. ^. Dec. and served eight years. THE CHILDREN WERE: LuciNDA [1351]. b. m. d. Daniel [1355]. d. 3. 1822. March 30. 1S87. 1877. John. d. 1149. IN MAINE. She died in early life. Crosby Grant. Eraticts . was born in Orono. 5. where they resided and died. 14. in Windham. and received a grant of 100 acres of land No. he was the mayor of 1824. 1848. Fanny "-David Parker.'^ Martin. Anne Williams ^ Jameson ter of ( Samuel. Portland. She married He was born in Orono.. Anderson died May 13. Jane [1353]. Samuel [1357].. March. 1829. d.April 5. and again in 1843 he was reappointed collector of customs and continued in that office until 1846.. J. 21. Sarah [1352]. 17. They resided in Portland. 9.THE JAMESONS Bailey. Me. 1844..^ yames. July 22. He was elected a representative to congress in In 1833. 1851.170/. 1871. . Jameson died June.uman IVinter. 1823. John Anderson. 10. Andrew Jackson. LUCRETIA [1359]. Memoranda. 1 Mr. d. Marcia Bo-. Jerome Frye. Jameson served from the government. 6. He was invited by Pres. in Patton. Martin Van Buren. Feb. U. 1879. 1859. m. 1896. John Anderson Mrs. Memoranda. He was appointed in 1833 by Pres. S. m. E. 1S47. Me. and held that office until 1836. 1827. Oct. where Hon. Rebecca. March 3. Abram. Jan. Me. Me. m. 9.. m. 1S32. but declined on account of ill health. daughter of Daniel [1015] and Elizabeth (Colburn) Jameson. Jan. 1853. 1832. Erastiis Adams. 27. res. d. Hiram Grant. 1861.^ WUUam ').. 11. They resided in Milford and in Lincoln. m. m. Eli Kdlogg.. son of William Colburn. collector of customs for the port of Portland. Fanny ^ Jameson {Da/iiel. THE children WERE: John F. in the War of 1812. Me. She married Sept. 1852. Sept. 25.'' WHUam 1). b.Stacy. 1818. 1865. Nancy [1356]. EliWARiJ W. was born Oct. and held that office until 841. 23. and again in 1842. 1861. 1824. Lenora Patterson. 1S91. district attorney. 1804. . : George. i. James Hiintriss. June 6. a lawyer. Me. the children were James. Carll. 241 She was born in Milford. Oct. Me. James K. 1792..'824. in Freeport. died Aug. b. Jane IVade Vo7v. b. Anne W. Mary Ann [1358]. Nov. when he was appointed by Pres. Dec. 19.. Samuel Jameson. b. Jameson died Aug.. He was born July 29. Feb. d. and Mrs. 1897.4nstin Perley. m. iSg6. Harriet A. m. [1354]. Mr. Me. m. b. 30. where Mr. Polk to become Secretary of the Navy. m. Edward.^ Jamcs? Martin. March 25. Lizzie. Dec. 1S91. Penelope. Dec. 1821 m. Colburn. m. d. Elizabeth [1360]. Me. d.

His only son graduated in 18S1 from Bowdoin College. 56 Waverly They had four children. June 23. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: William. Frances Austin {Perky) Anderson was born Sept. 1861. iMr. in . Me. 25. They had four children. j6. Anne La-wrence. 1822. Me. John Anderson. in Newton.. 1853.'' Martin? WHUam^).. Me. May 24. April 2. No. in Bath. Mr. 11. He was Portland. b. Philip. Sept. and Hon. 1158. iS58. who was prominent in the affairs of the district of Maine and in 1820 chosen the first governor of the state of Maine. William and Ann N.arah Oakinail^ Jameson James. 1885. Beasoni Aug. 29. 1S60. and d../o. Mass. Marcia B. Anderson's motlier was a daugliter of Rev. Maine Hist. and Mrs.. References. 21.. Memoranda. viz. of S. pp. ambassador of prominence and wealth. 126. Mrs. King belonged to a distinguished family. m. 23. 19. Me.^ Martin". Me.. Me. b. Phoenix and Elizabeth Frazier. Oct. She died May 8. I'oi. She died No. Me. Me. b. Governor King was born Feb. b. ^ James Farwell Edniands. . i2y.. m. a well known Boston family.'' James. i. Ave. 1824. Jan. He was born Dec. of Maine. James F. I. and a granddaughter of Rev. His statue was the first contribution of the state of Maine to the Hall of 1852. Aug. July 9. Sculptured Heroes in the National Capitol in Washington. Dec.. 26. first minister of the church in Fahnouth. 216. in Windham.St. 176S.. 1852. 1883. and died June 30./.xander Hamilton. Me. 1894. Me. Mks.. — Dictionary f-S. married Oct. John Fakwell Anderson mumed A/ara'u /iow/mi/! HV?. Lord resided in Newton. Fratues Perley. U'.mands had one child. and Gen. Robert H. Mr. b. 1819. (Frazier) King. of Congress. Thomas Smith. Charles B. 1S56. was born Aug. 1S70. an associate of Fisher Ames.: Elizabeth. son of Robert [1021] and Rebecca (.. 1820. who was also the first Grand Master of Masons in the state. Isahel MerrHl. in Newton. She was born June 28. Anderson died June 28." Scarboro". Me. Jane Wade {Dow) Anderson was born Sept. Anne Hkhhorn. Me. -Eliphalet Greely Spring. Me. He was born 1850. p. Mass. ^j-So. Tliatclier Smith of Windham. to-. Me. James Madison. William King.WUUam 1). 1831. 8. jj~. 27. Encycto. Charles William Lord. in Bath. Dec. He was born in Portland. . in Portland. Mr. Mass.. was his uncle. to iingland. 1S57. 1878.242 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.'' Jamcs. 1S24. Miss Jameson was liis second wife. They resided in Portland and in Windham. in Windham. //. daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Bowman) Winter. No. 1884. Charles W. who was commissary under Sir William Pepperell and a man Rufus King. Aug. Me.h. now Portland. viz. Ann Nesdeth Frazier. 1877. Ed. who was a member of congress. was his father. 1871. b. Mr.. 19. 1154. Me. 5. His grandfather was Richard King of Scarboro".and d.Mr.pp. 1877. b. iLucy Farwell of Tyngsborough. She was born in 1782. in Windham. 189S. Cyrux William King.1858. Sept. and died July 4. Marcia Wijiter. Anderson first married. Dec. and Mrs. Mrs. in Windham. 104-106. Edmands m. pp. She was born in 1769. : Mrs. born in Kennebunk. 1872.is a daughter of Maj. 1821. m. 16. Biog. King"s mother w. 29. Mass. b. John Campbell* Jameson {Roh-rt. in the " King Mansion. jo-/. b. Recorder. July iS. 9. March 14. b. 31. 1870. Nov. and Ale. daughter James [1019] and Jane (Randall) Jameson. and died June 17. . They resided in Portland.inwood) Jameson. Vol. son of Gov.

b. H. Freeport. m. in Danvers. John A. iSSj. Henry Sarcent [1367]. Mass. Me. : ni. 1878. m. Luther Knight. 1871. b. 1882. Martin^ Jameson {Samuel. Me.^ Samuel? Martin. 16. Louise Flynn. Me. where they resided. 1S33.1 Charles E. 1820.. m.Hanson. 1S4S. 22. David Holbrook. Arnold Sargent. was born May 29. Mary L. b. 1852. Aug. March 13. 1161. They resided in Sebec. 1162. He died in Missouri.^ Samuel. Winkield Scott [1373]. No. 1847. was born 1795. in Topsham. N. 23. Jameson died Nov. Sargent had a son in the Union army. where Mr. 21.o was killed in battle. 1S54. Welch. Samuel' Jameson (Samucl. Me. Sebec. m. the children were: -Sarah [1364]. Harmon. Jameson died Nov. 1871. b. m. Jameson died June 5. No. Mr.William ').. No. Thomas Cogswell and Phebe (Lord) Upham. Me. Jo/in Carlton: res. Chandler. Catherine Hunter. He married 1827 Jane Vaughn Wise. m. 31. Oct. He died in infancy. 1S32. 1160. Leonard [1366]. Jameson died Sept. Col./. b. 3. d. Milo. Elliott.. daughter of Joseph Binney and Abigail C. 187S. m. in Westbrook. where Mrs. res. 181 7.ap [1363]. m. Lizzie S. Marshall.'^ Martin. 1862. m. Ai. She married Aug. son of Samuel [1022] and Polly (Perry) Jameson.^ Martin. June 4. Mrs.. 1S30. Me.. Mary [1368]. Memoranda. 1S02. Me. and Kenduskeag. Me. James. ml. Me. So.. m. 23. Nancy [1365]. 1800. son of Samuel [1022] and Polly Perry Jameson. w!-. 1865. d. son of Samuel [1022] and Polly (Perry) Jameson. Dover.William^). b. in Milo. Jane Brown. d. daughter of Melaliah and Farris. Ella Vauchn [1374]. Barnes. He THE CHILDREN WERE: Thomas Upham [1361]. 1S37.^LVIN F. She was born Feb. was born 1798 in Topsham. d. Alice Edward Duxi. Me. 1827.Alvah Kendall. 8. m. 1853. [an. 1S75. She was born Feb. 1S54.MiRA. m.\^Y.vc\. Jan. Oct.phraim Hodgeskins. Barnes died. ni F. Jan. 1854. 1S61. res. July 14. 1S27. Me.William^). in Topsham. 27. Corinth. May. Solomon S. Welch. Mr. d. [1371]. 34. ^\\K\ ]. Barnes died 1857. where Mr. 1886. 13. b. b. He died in infancy. Ouray.. ( ) THE CHtLDREN WERE Henjamin. b.THE JAMESONS in IN MAINE. He married. m John Green. 1850. 1855. LVDIA. 1S43. Mary^ Jameson (Samuel. John Swanion [1362]. Moody. Harriet [1370]. 5. THE CHILDREN WERE I Olney Walton [1372]. res. Me.ard. m. res. 243 married Dec. 182S. Dec. iSc. . Sylvia Farris. Pacl. Monson. Afary Lord Uphani. They resided in Bath.. Mass. They resided in Sebec. and Mks.. Mrs. Jane Frances [1369]. Harlson Farris. (Edwards) Wise. adopted daughter of Prof. 15. Sept.'' Samuc/. Me. . iSSS. She was born in Sebec. Annie Leslie. 21. Sept. in Brunswick.

A\n-. in San Francisco. Though Even Of When thy years fourscore outnumbered. Mrs. 1897. Mass. b. F. /SS.. No.mes followed llie seas. East OakThey were lioth from Kingston. San Francisco. Susan (Howard) Richardson. 1S95. Frank Jameson Symmes reside. No. He died in infancy. 26." Samuel? Martin. 1167. 1870. 1849. March 30. viz. 1S60. a life so nobly done. Mrs.^. May 2. 1833. 1873. 630 Harrison Mrs. 29. Mr. \'&-]Z.. Aug. Ellen E. 1835 .m. Aug. Cal. and spent her last days with her daughter.. [1376]. daughter of John [1023] and Hannah (Adams) Jameson. Mass. [1375]. WILLIAM SVMMES.244 'HE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. d. 26. b. Reuel W. 1528 loth Avenue. b. 1899. m. He was born Aug. a. Oct. leaving the seas. Fair as this world's work can bring. May 12. 17. Aug. 1837. where they resided Nov. b. 1S02. m. 1865. 1871. East Oakland. IVilliam Symmes. 1S68. in East Oakland. George Sessions. 1S49. in Kingston. 1S59. b. After with a kindly heart which won for him the affection of all who knew him. Symmes. Cal. 1864. He was a son of Ebenezer and land. and much of the lime to the East Indies. Feb. CAPT. Caroline Hannah' Jameson {yohn. . May 9. 19. Captain Sy. Alexander Beal. 22. Me. In Memoriam.Sarah A. Elliott W. He died in early life. 1847 m. 8. [1377]. Richardson reside. 1S94. in Machiasport. John Jameson. 1844. Oct. in a woman some survived her husband of great attractiveness of person and of character. I. July 19. May 12. She died in girlhood. Mass.^ wnnam^). and Mrs. Anna Aurora Day. b. Capt. 10. 13. Symmes died Sept. 1839. Mass. Et lid Bancroft. 1899. b. Margaret [1380]. 27. : 1S42. Dec. June 7. They have two children. Comes the sweetness of thy mem'ry. 1S84. Gardner Osgood. ! Man of virtue Round Man of honor thy mem'ry ere shall cling. b. July 28. J.nd : . b. Mrs. 6. yet we mourn the briefness. he resided in Kingston. She married Nov. [1379]. b. BiiRN Aug. He was a man of sterling qualities of character. 1849. Symmes was Richardson. Jane Elizabeth Anna Emma Viola Emma Agnes No. 6. son of Isaac and Mary (Whitman) Symmes. Memoranda. April 5. Cal. June 27. [1378]. Nov. March 28. 1S70. b. Died Nov.m. Mrs. San Francisco. Brown. and for forty years he sailed from Eoston. 1841. of heaven-earned life in Thoughts future. "^^ '^82. Mr. Cal. Thompson\d. 1802. 1843. m. daughter of Thomas and Ann (Gasking) street. Dec. Frank Jameson. She died in infancy. She years. 1884. She resides in Lynn. the sands of life outrun. THE CHILDREN WERE Carrie Franxes. born July 14. 19. b. was born July 16. 1841. Cal. March 20. Symmes. 1882. 1843. 17. with the exception of one year which he spent in a visit to his son. Mary Whitman. /o. IVil/iam 18 16. Captain Symmes died 19. 13. d. b. . As the fragrance from the spice-tree As the clouds of incense rise. Edwin Hannon Richardson. Symmes. Stirring deep ! affection's ties. Sept. June. Feb.

1873. squadron. 1875. Anson Stiles Blake. Caroline Hannah (J. WiLLiA. president of the Harvard dab of San Francisco. They have children. in . 13. Frank Jameson Svmmes was a student. : Anita Day.. Alaska to Cape Horn. iSqq. prominent in the South Park Settlement association director of the mechanics' convention.THE JAMESONS Day. B. S. Annapolis. 29. —San Fra Chronicle. Mass. Md. 877 Leslie Webb.a. i. This is regarded a position of great honor. was born Sept. second assistant engineer. and Saranac. daughter of Henry [1036] and Sarah (Cleaves) Jameson. 1802. 1872. March 8. in 1899. March.1881. 1871. June 2. He was appointed. Navy. Symmes has held honorable positions a member of the board of education secretary. Svmmes. S. \ fourth Pacific In 1868-69 he was on the U. and his second son. Reference. was born March 18. in Brooklyn. graduated in 1895 from Harvard University. May 15. . 1894. and is favorably known in business circles. 1869.IViHiam'^). ship Dacot ah from 1869 to 1871 Mus. 1 . Cambridge. 1899. May Oct. si. Nava! Academy. in the Scientific School of Harvard University. m. b. versity of California. and given to the president's particular friends On its organization Mr. and ordered to the United States Naval Academy. 1866. his eldest son. Mr. vice-president. 1867. also president of the University and Unitarian clubs. b. Symmes was elected the president of the board.meson) Sym. to enter upon business in San Francisco. March 9. b. he was on duty the Boston Navy yard. Mary^ Jameson {Henry. but resigned July. and Mabel va. Oct. appointed by President McKinley one of the board of visitors to the United States Naval Academy. 1868. 1848. Mabel. Navy. ships Resaca. and recently. He was commissioned. He was appointed Oct. acting third assistant engineer U. with special certificate of graduation from the U. viz. and a prominent citizen of San Francisco. p. S.M W. Anita Day in 1894. 4. in From June to Sept. Harold Shakspear. 1896. 4. Richardson. from the Uni: . 1886-1889. Y. and for three years. Will- iam Whitman. regular third assistant engineer U.^ Martin. b.* Robert. 15. Cal. the Pacific squadron. on the U. graduated with the degree of A. Sagina7v. His daughters. S.xtures and supplies. June' 2.iy Company. He is highly esteemed. manufacturers of gas and electric fi.mes. Aug.x IN MAINE. S. b Sept. . 10.. Since its incorporation. Harold S. N. 1S79: Stanley 1 .. 1864-1866. he has been the president of the Thomas D. b.

1877. 185S. No. William Thurndike.m married June References.'' Martin^. Mrs. Bethany ( Webb) Knight. 1S37. There were Mrs. She married Aug. b. Jameson died Oct. ^ .A. Bethany Jameson died Nov. They resided in Portland. She was born in 1792 at a place called " Duck Pond " in Westbrook. 18 14. son of Henry [1036] and Sarah (Cleaves) Jameson. They resided in Saco.fp. 1859. i. Feb. — The Records of Saco. He married Sept. .. 30. Me. 1S27. 1798. H. Me. 1804. Mr. and was a sister to his lirst wife.William ' ). 10. 1S82. 1 Jane ChandUr of . Johnson died Sept. Jane Johnson died Oct. Me. in Exeter. Johxso. Mr. 16. in Pepperellborough. Me. 3. THE CHILDRE. Johnson 21. Ruth JlW>/>.. Mrs. Sarah Eunice. John yohnsou. and removed to Westbrook. They resided in Westbrook. 18. was born Jan. 1831. Jameson married June I. daughter of John and Sarah (Leighton) Webb. where Mr. 1834.N WERE JoHx Henry. Me. Me. 31. She was born June 20. Me. Memoranda. -Mrs. 2j6.ug. Me. 12.^ Robert. in Westbrook. died. 1886. Charles ^ Jameson {Henry. N. 20-/. 7. where Mrs. 1789.Saco. now Saco. Ruth Jameson died April 24. b.. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. He was born Aug. 1S36. Me.. seven children of this marriage. 20S.246 Saco. 1170. 41. ig. Mr.

i.. in 1876 he returned an resided several years in Staten Isl iiul and in Brooklyn. 1'. Y. 1S43. 1S46. Ja. was born Oct. and in other place. He married April 20. 1863. Cleaves Jameson. R. Vol. for two years. I. No.— The Records of Saco. he was settled over the First B. in New York 1891. Brooklyn and Staten Island. Jan. 1861.f. .. She was born Feb.William 1 ). R. 6-j. Mass. gradu. b. iS. He travelled in Europe in 1868. 1S45. 1842. She died in cliildliood.SMrrn [1390]. 9. 1S51. 1886.-Alexander and Lucinda (Smith) Otis. Oct. daughter of George . Mills. Cal. He died in childhood. Y. Robert Gordon Amorv. Jameson died May 8. 1812. IN MAI^ 247 Me. and became much interested in organizing a new church at "The Fells. 1855. Nov. [1388].irah (Cleaves) Jameson. son of Henry [1036] and S. Nov. He was greatly esteemed as a After leaving pastor by his people.uitry. 19. 1847. 'le died in childhood.'^. of the Treniont Temple Baptist church in Boston. X)ec. in Oakland. in Pembroke. Lucinda Lawraice Otis..M. and Providence. h. 1808. N. as a preacher was eloquent and effective.'' Martin. They resided in Providence. 23. 11. Nov. 2. Mass. 10. 2og. f)ct. •'"'le died in childhood. Jameson died May 10. Thiirniuke Cleaves [1389]. Mrs.* /Robert. and in 1SS9 he returned to Boston. Rhode Island Volfor college in the I Mr. San Francisco. in Saco. and after a residence in California fur seven years.meson prepared unteers. ThOI'IKlike Cleaves ° Jameson {Henry. Mass. 1841. Me. 12. Annie Smiik Sar. 1858.. >"• Nov. Nov.. R. 1S49. Oct.. b. 1S74. an Nov..dth.. Y.THE JAMESONS References. ical Recorder. 1853. 1174. The Maine Historical and Genealog- V. 24. Providence he was pastor frtnii Nov. left him in poor he. In the spring of 1891 Jan. 4 of that year was ordained to the Cliristian ministiy and installed pnstor of the Third Baptist church in While in college he attained distinction for ability in debate. I. N. 13. Henry Barney .ited in tlie class of 1840 from Brown University. 12. academy in Worcester. 1853. This pastorate he resigned in R. Mass. Rev. and the following June 5 he was made chaplain of the Second Regiment Inf. in Boston.\h Clkwes Memoranda. 20. 17. and went to California in 1869. so that he never entered upon another pastor. 1851. 18.ite. where he preached in ditTrrent churches in Rafael. Dec. N. [1387I. and received the commission of major. and resigned His military service 8. . I.iss. 17. b.iptist church in Melrose. Mass. he became for the second time pastor of tlie Third Baptist church in Providence. Feb. I May." near Maiden. Mr. Mass. 4. Feb. 1862. //. THE CHILDREN WERE: Alice Cornelia [1386].

iSgT. : m. She died in childhood. met at the residence of the latter. . 23. Mr. 9. He married Sept. J. Mass. 2j.. Sept. The following incident may be of interest. N.p. Nov. m.. 1S4S. an impressive preacher. He said the "boy" was worth ($600) six hundred dollars to him. : Dec 27. J. Jameson was a man of fine personal appearance. 1177. The funeral a successful and beloved pastor. 1845. 1S62. 1851. Humphrey Jameson. b. and in Brooklyn.hter. nally offered.e W. Mary E. 3. 1818. Col. Francis S. 7. But Grey refused. Latimer. William Henry [1391]. 1853. A few others were present. in He married May 26.William Henry [1036] and Sarah (Cleaves) Jameson. b. 1887. Nov.Martiiu^ WUliam Henry [1036] and Sarah (Cleaves) Jameson. 1829. Georc. 1S57. li. 1S20. Jameson died May 15. in So. is the only survivor. [1396]. April 15. Foote\ res in Montclair. who were interested in the case. They resided in Boston and Brookline. Mass. J. N. (Clough) Prescott. . and had retired upon it for the summer. much Latimer was worth." Reference. 22. 1SS2. where 1 ). 'I'iMOTHY Gilbert [1393]. Esq. "and after some dallying was obliged to take a smaller sum than was origi- W. at 12 M. and was recaptured in 1842 by his master. Sept. Sept. and five days later he suddenly died of pneumonia. for gallantry and meritorious service during the war. Mr. N. . Olive Eunice [1394]. a dauc. Freseott. 14... N. 1851. No. i. Mass. Gilbert. Me. a slave. Mr. Jameson died Nov. and Samuel Hill. Feb. United States Volunteers. 1S63. 1178.. and confined in Leverett street jail.^ Martin:.. then twenty years old. Frederick Crafts. 1827. escaped from Virginia to Koston. Mass. 28. Riverside. He was mustered out July 20. Mass. She resides in Boston. at the residence of his brother. b. in Boston. June 8.— TXc Boston Tniiisn-ipl. Catherine B. iS. then on the corner of Broadway and F street. Sept. Willnun H. Dec. South Boston. in Saco. 151 West NewtonSt. Ilumplire}' ' Jameson ' t ). March 24. 1866. March 13. Mary Alice [1392]. 14.248 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Timothy Gilbert. res. 1846. among iheni Samuel Hill. No. THE children WERE Sarah Catherine [1398]. and each of the six men named above pledged $100 on the spot to pay for his freedom. Edward and Catherine L. No. She resides in Montclair. b. Mr. 1854.\pril 27. 1865. He died in infancy. where they resided. viz. Mary Gilhert [1395]. 1851. son of Henry. daughter of Timothy and Mary (Wc-therbee) Gilbert. Ileltv Jov. Mass. .. b. Nathaniel Colver. Dec. 25. Dec. Amory.meson was appointed from Massachusetts Major Additional Paymaster Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel United States Volunteers. Boston. Addie S. Me. Jameson. in Boston. b. . 1S61. Six Boston Men. Thorndike Cleaves [1397]. 1862.'. Ja. service was Wednesday. who is probably the only living witness Grey was sent for and met with them. . 1898. of the family.Y. daughter of Saco. son of William Henry ^ Jameson {Henry. 1S49. Robert G. He died in childhood.. 1854. Grev. Mass.'' Robert. he purchased a small farm in Pembroke. She resides in Boston. was born Sept. and they asked him howof the meeting. She was born June 8. Mary Alice [1399].. She was born Aug. Rev. THE CHILDREX WEKI.'' Robert.\mbrose Lovis. 17. Jr. 1900. was born May i. b Dec. 31. Mass. July 5. 26. Mrs. She resides in Montclair. 1885. b . Cal. I\Iay 13. 1S56. . and his death was widely lamented. b. He resides in Koston. EiiWARii Henry [1400]. Memoranda. 11. The house has since been moved back and fronts on K street.

And pleasure never dies. A note of praise was upon his lips up to the moment of his departure. 249 Memoranda. . 1S40. in his affections. second only to the •' Father's home on high. faithful service more than twenty-five years was an inspector in the His resignation of this position was noticed by a highly appreciative letter from the collector of the port of Boston. He was His presence and conversation were a 'y^-f- . He united with the Tremont Temple Baptist in May. Jameson for a period of custom house. commending his and honorable record. all who knew him. Boston. His life ended joyfully in that home which was. generous spirit. and gentlemanly manners. Mass. He was a man of ster- church ling integrity. respected and beloved by benediction. patriotic action. and for fifty-eight years he ''kept the failh^^ and witnessed a good confession by a well ordered and useful Christian life.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. H'e miss them where of late they trod Along earth's sunny bowers.^-iAj^'fc(y>-yt-^2^^^<^ " His end was peaceful. Where glows the fair. celestial day." ' ' Thus pass t hey from our homes aivay To worlds above the skies. Mr.

to know The endless. 1S2S. following facts concerning this family have been gleaned. Waterhouse's address. Scarboro'. 1823. 1 AV///V Houston. Seattle. Aug. ig. Mrs. died in childhood. 1821. Dec. 29. She died in early life. son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Cairn) Waterhouse. [1401].. m. Emery died March 9.— The Clarendon Light. the grief Theirs the immortal. 1869. Robert Jameson. Scarboro'. Mrs. 184S. Emery at No. 250 THE JAMESONS J 'et joy IN AMERICA. Baker. No. 1893. Randall died Oct. Waterhouse resides in Stillwater. iS. Jan. Oliver A. She married in 1819. Ahram Watcrhouse. John G. Scarboro". glorious life.* Robert. He married Martha Davis. Oliver A. The)' resided in Upper Stillwater. John G. Aug. Randall in Monson. Then soar to Zion's holy hill.She died in infancy. She was born in 1805. 11. William ° Jameson {Robert. He 24. the strife. Colman Building. and removed to Upper Stillwater. Dec. b. Martha Hannah. ^ Jameson {Robert. He was born April 30. d. iSSo. Mrs. 7. 7"'''-' ••' I. Me. Eliza A. Ours is the pain. : The Robert J. b. -Mrs. 1S53. 1S25. Gardner. at Beech Ridge. He died in infancy. at Beech Ridge. m.. Nov. Emery.. was born in 1795.: Spencer.nCES. . Eunice Harmon ter of THE CHILDREN WERE: Sarah Elizabeth. Wash.. William Chester. 1875. 1181. Mich. 13. 1867. they dwell with God In siinuier clime than ours. 1794. m. 1S62. m. 1S27. Memoranda. William C. b. 1827. b. iSgS. Waterhouse in Kansas. Oct. CAROLrxE Ai-GiSTA. 1834. Martha H. Mav Charles D. i--. 151 West Newton street.^ Martin^ WHliam ^). Waterhouse died. 1829.tpeeds apace . 17. b. No. the toil. the children WERE: Oliver M. Jameson died Jan. June S. John C. . Mrs. Nov. A/arl/i. 1820. Mrs. Boston. sweet relief. M.. The doubt. [1402]. 1S56. Jameson died June 5.]Viniam\ son of Robert [1037] and Sarah (Harmon) Jameson. They resided in Gorham and Oldtown. Refere. we 'II struggle While sin and toil remain.irtha Kincade. Me. Nellie Waterhouse died Aug. Mr. i?. b.Smith. the fear. Mr. viz. Waterhouse died Dec..^ Afartin.^'^. 171 West Webster Ave Muskegan. 1794. Room 8. . And hail the loved again " still. 1180.. 30. 1870. was born June 3. Mrs. Jameson. b. 6. Me. John C. 1880. Aug. 4. pp. Oct. b. in Gorham. Mr. Me. where Mr. Randall. resides at No. Feb. m. j. 1846. 1834. 1S57. m. Sarah. daughRobert [1037] and Sarah (Harmon) Jameson. Life .^ Robert. Me. 14. 1866. 1S25: m. b. Caroline A. with her two daughters. Me. July 19. Me. Me. at Beech Ridge. Mass.

moved to Detroit.. daughter of Robert [1037] and Sarah (Hirnion) Jameson. was born in Fo. Martha A. Patience^ Jameson {Robert* Kolert? Martin? Winiam% daughter of Robert [1037] and Sarah (Harmon) Jameson.\. Me. They resided Mrs. Sarah ° Jameson {Robert. Jameson died May. Daniel [1409]. Percy. Fred Guthrie. Quinby died. m. 1S2S. George [1411]. 145 Slate St. 1S69. He married Permelia Leeman. 10. Feb.Milwaukee. 10. Charles Davis.'' THE CHILDREN WERE Luther. and rewas born in Detroit. m. 16. 1795. He died in infancy. Me. May 5. Feb. 1875. Deane. [1406]. 6. June. 1863. 1842. Me. 1 John Smith m. d. Mr. b. in West Isles.. 12.. She died iTi childhood. LvDiA Jane. Carman. 1834. Yy<v/w/ F.\nn [1404]. 10. Mass. Slie died in early womanhood. Hefzibah A'tweomb. 1873. 1805. 1863. Deane. They resided in Oldtown. Charles D. No. Me. was born May 29. 18S3. m.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Ai Juiin. son of John Alexander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonnev) Jameson. Solomon Stone MouMon. 1827. ir. Me. Me. Julia . 1S79. April 7. Dec. m. Jod Bonney.. Moulto. where Mrs. where both died. THE children WERE: Jereml\h [1403]. Sept. m. She married Dec. Jan. April 21. m. at No. Y.. 1886. 1S80. 12. b. Isaac Knight. Robert? Martin? William^). 6. . Feb. m. N. 1184. b. Recorder.xboro. Mich. son of Ahij. 1838. iSSi. was born Oct. son of Capt. iSgo. : William. a daughter of James and Annie (Camniyre) Carman of Brooklyn. B. Oct.. Deane died. Mrs. where they reside. Dorcas Emily [1410]. 'Clarion. 1862. John [1408]. June 13. Marcii 19. 1877.. MoulFeb. He died in infancy. at Beech Ridge. 27. b. She They resided in Deer Island. Hiram Qiiinby. b. [1407]. iMr. b. Mich. Vol. d. Joshua and Lydia (Stone) Moulton. Jeremiah ^ Jameson {John Alexander?^ Alexander? Samuel? William ^).ili and Enieline (Dunbar) Deane.f. m. B. in Scarboro'. Mass. 22. He was born Mr. They had four children. Belle. She married May 23. 2 Peltier. N. ton died June 27. d. 1830. . 179 Lafayette avenue. Bangor. 1829.n married Miss Carman. 1867. b. m. and Gen. 182 i. Memoranda. m. viz. b. Me. Arabella A.n. Permelia A. 1S16. [1405]. Scarboro'. in Upper Stillwater. AJary Hodgkins. Martha E. N. 2S4. and in 1880 removed to . in Scarboro. in Oldtown.: Charles Jainesou. After marriage they resided in Boston. . Herhert F. Scarboro'. m. b May.. was born at Beech Ridge. THE CHILDREN WERE: Oliver Jameso. where Mr. d. Ann A Reference. Quinby died in 1849. Me. Margaret . Sarah Helen. ir.She resides No. 1804.— i1/rt/«f Hist. b.. Nov. Sept. Moulton died July 14. Wis. Tamson. Nov. George Duntoii.

Ivan Evans. N. B. m. N. is composed of many islands. in Brockton. No.. 1857.'' Alexander. 1S30. He died quite joung. Amanda. Amanda. She died quite young. April i." William^). N. B.'' Samuel. daughter of John . Pendleton died in Eastport. Mary E. Mary ^ Jameson (Jolm Alexander. Hiram Fisher. where Mr. B. Margaret. 1800. West N.William^). res. Levi Abbott.^ Samuel. B. They resided 17. 1S34. Isles. B.. m. Matilda.HN. 1890. Mks. Mr. m. Robert Dutch. Louisa. iSo5. No. HENRiEriA [1415]. son John Ale.. William. . Henry A. Me. West Isles Parish. Henry. N. B. daughter of John Ale. Jan. Frank Isaac G. Georc. N. 1191. res. m.^ William ^ ). They resided in Deer Island. Milltown. Brockton.xander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson. He married Z_iv//a Z^w/w/. Mass. Gabriel Hu^hsoii. SiLViNiA. They resided in Deer Island. 1802. Leeman died. 21. m. B. 2. . Elling'. Memoranda. Mrs. N. m. 17. N. Milltown.^ Alexander. THE CHILDREN WERE: Sarah.in West Isles. 1192.'' Alexander.iams. and the Ellingxvoods reside in a place called Eastport. Eleanor [1413]. Jameson {John Alexander. the largest. b. B.^ Akxauder. B. who married Jeremiah Jameson [1188]. 1873. res. d. a brother of Permelia Leeman. No. Mr. B. was born July 7. m. in West isles. Pendleton resides Cummings Cove. in Milltown. Me.e [1418]. Jan. Hl^ghson. Mass. N.. was born Nov.xander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson. in West Isles Parish.vood Isaac.oooJ..Alexander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson. Ruth Snow * Jameson {Jolm Alexander. They resided at Whittier's Ridge. Mary[i4I7]. b. Leeman died in I 873- the children were: M \RY J.^ Samuel". Isaac G. Conniek died.. He was born in Ireland. Thomas . m. N. daughter of John Alexander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson. Sarah" Jameson (John Alexander. b. HORAlIii [1416]. Warren Richardson.S. N. 1S32. was born Oct. ni. 1S28.^ William ' ). 1797. was born June 4. Marshall Elling'. No. Conniek died Aug. '" John of THE CHILDREN WERE: Harriet [1412]. March 22. : He died in infancy. in West Isles Parish. Melissa Alibolt. 252 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. i\Irs. Ann.m. Jameson died Jan. She married yoli?t Leeman. 1189. She married Thomas Conniek. of which in Deer Island is Evans. N. b. B. JnHN Alexander [1414].^ Samuel. m. April 4. Mrs. 1190.. where Mr. She married Isaac Pendktott. THK CHILDREN WKRE lAvAA^l>K. Frank Lord. B. m. i.

1S62. tlien a sailor before the mast and on the quarter-deck. later a shipwright. 25. J Geor .^ \Villiam% son of John Alexander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson. She died in childhood. 1885. 12. July 10. L plu June I. Charles^ Jameson {John Alexander. b. N. Patrick. Sept. Mrs.^ Samuel. 16. died at the age of four months. 1=:. Jameson died Jan. Oct. [1420]. iMr. Jameson was born on one of the many picturesque islands which dot Passama- quoddy Bay. Charles Edwin Jan.:\V. B. They resided at Pleasant Ridge and in St. '^ THE CHILDREN WERE: William Henry . [I424]. in Bocabec. V«/. Dec. Colder. [1423]. Isaac [1422]. Aug. In youth he was a tishei-lad. 1S76. Lot/ie S.-/l/<i. names recorded. Je> 1S60. 1851 m. 1844. died in fancy. 1900. 1854. not in- Memoranda. ni. 17. 1893. 1808. m. 22. 9. . m. She was born Nov. No. Feb. on Jameson's Island in Passamaquoddy Bay. 16. B.iVilliam ScM. He May Albert i86S. March 30. \%^^?^h^. 1830. ^ Virginia A. Seorist\ d. 1813. B. 1S72. Smit/i. 1840. [1421]. Henry [1425]. 23. April 17. [1429]. 1846. He died in early manhood. 1834. Ju Feb. John Howard June Feb. He married Dec.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 1864. b. then in the very heart of the backwoods of New ^ .'\rthuk Nov. William b. 1S73.v E. ^Lydia A. m. 1832. 1S36. June 3. 1193. Did. b. A. m. was born April 29. 17. June 10. 12. b. 26. tini 9.- MARrHA ' [1426]. April 9. Feb. Bu [1419]. N. m. Two Others. Alexander. m. N. Mar- Jane Guest. m. Ella A. . Clara . Alice Woodin.v Mc\ie.Sarah E. 1835. 31. 1863. jfoel Boitney Craig. 1896. Aug. Parish of St.« Tow- ers. 5. b. and when about thirty-five years of age he settled down to the life of a frontier farmer at Pleasant Ridge.b. b. [1427]. 14. 1848. Stephens. July 15. b. daughter of James and Sarah (Baldwin) Woodin. [1428]. 1876. b.

bright and joyous seemed the passing hours How And sweet flowers bloomed within our humble dwelling. We have peace and plenty and I consider these very great blessings. We have fine weather and good crops. Till we cast anchor in the bright Forever And reach His rest on yonder golden shore. biting wind. though teardrops dimmed our Knowing that. Thy life and mine were in the budding May-time. TO THE LOVED ONES AT HOME. December. We watched the earliest fade and pass away they faded from our earthly vision. MacLean. 18S0. Bestowal of God to cheer us on our wav.. Keen blows the bitter. Fifty brief years. iSjo me Ale. For as the air was filled with birds and flowers. ! ! 254 Brunswick. O my soul and all that is within me. Bind closer ev'n than on our marriage day. eyes. far beyond earth's pain arisen. I'HE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Through fifty years of storm and sunny weather Our bark has sailed o'er life's uneven seas . my . Jameson's married : life was long and happy. on Ufe's uncertain way. The event of his marriage was certified to as follows rARLES Jamison and Alice Woodin of Saint Andrews.\nd. At the age of eighty-eight years he wrote the following letter.-Mice. were this day married according to the forms and usages of the church of Scotland by Saint Andrews 16 Dec." ever. Our sails still spread to catch the favornig breeze. . wearing lightly more than ninety years. never parted. Our lost flowers bloom again in Paradise. Too soon Yet we rejoiced. county of of New Brunswick. And Hymen's golden fetters. inclosing a beautiful little flower: S<. Yet rarely bright. swings the sun across thy leaden sky.vrles Jamison I — ! iVIr. But with what bitter pain our bosoms swelling. " Dar 's whar my heart 's returning Dar 's whar de old folks stay. Love to all Ch. Praise ye the Lord. where he still resides. have been quite poorly for awhile but am better now. A RETROSPECT.xr. equal to long walks in the country and to writing a clear hand without the use of spectacles. Captain and mate still tread the deck together. Bless the Lord. He is hale and vigorous. Stephens. and had scattered to build homes of their own. when he removed to St. N. Stephen Sep' 5 1S96 Dear Friend Your letter came to hand all right and I was glad to hear of your welfare. Here he lived until his children were full}' fledged for flight from the parental nest. since we started With hand in hand.: — : . as wife and I rememlier Low Appeared this morn but fifty years gone by. in St. God's guiding hand has led us onward ever So may He lead till all our journey 's o'er. for the occasion 16. B. Stephens. Their Golden Wedding was The following lines were prepared celebrated Dec. as our sun rose upward to the day-prime. . N. B.

the weary.— —— ! THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. given a warm dinner and dry clothing. her mother died the year previous. by her daughter. died Dec. Our hearts. Mr. and accept. where boughs laden with snow made a protecting shelter. I love thee! 'I'hy sons and thy daughters Though sundered afar from each other and thee Beside cold St. Jameson's father. long past his manhood's prime. 1864. preparing yarn for a web of homespun. took refuge beneath a clump of evergreens. A wedding-day greeting thy youngest would send thee. Keside a new made grave he stood. then rushed out. and a brief month later death sundered the silken bonds and Mr. eight o'clock. Full foursc<ire years he had withstood The winter's frost and summer's gale. started for the She did not duly nearest neighbor's.xious mother was on her homeward way. When met she was taken into a sleigh to the nearest neighbors. Mr. When the morning came the settlement was roused and astir to find the lost mother. and shortly blew the dinner-horn long and loud. The snow was deep and drifted. And in the afternoon of that day she was once more in the midst of her happy group of children and passing back and forth to the music of the spinning wheel. he having gone a great distauce'for family supplies there being no stores near at hand. 24. through many a clime 'd proudly braved life's tempest blast. Our hearts yet behold thee though hid from our sight Thv children and grandchildren rise up to bless thee. nine o'clock. but no mother responded nor did the neighbors hear the alarm. the family at home ran short of food.x youngest children. His look was sad. the boy George peered into the darkness. She made the best of the situation. welcome us home. Lawrence's swift-ru-hing waters Or where Mississippi rolls down to the sea To-day all are present in spirit to meet thee. 1865. On He .xty-fifth anniversary of their marriage Dec. From evil and sorrow may Heaven defend thee. LOVE. the way the evening before. Jameson was left alone. Oh. Let no saddened thoughts of our absence distress thee. his face was pale. Jameson leaving the oldest daughter with the si. With baby in arms the daughter fell asleep but soon awoke and realized the alarming situation. the youngest an unweaned infant. and finally felt compelled to give herself up as lost for the night. A My mother. cold. earliest footsteps with fond care directed From life's chilling east wind my childhood protected. The shades of night were gathering fast. the snow began to fall. called. quenchless flame. GRIEF. during the absence of Mr. Thy memory shall ever be spotless and bright. Craig: It appears that in the late autumn of 1S55. accordingly Mrs. Jameson and the older sons. Finally the children all went to bed. to borrow food for the next day. night came on. swelled with love to our father and thee. and an. 1 5. Jameson. 29. On this wedding morn with affection to greet thee. first faltering accents detected. This heart's never-dung devotion must claim. Till now. A Ye who my My wealth of affection that words cannot measure love that still burns with a pure. Mrs. And as the first dawn revealed the east. Throughout thy hfe-journey God's angels attend thee. 1895. a half mile away. Here she sat down to watch and pray until the morning. Mrs. To guard and protect thee by day and by night A thrilling incident is told of Airs. Nov. became bewildered by the snow and darkness. HOPE. we entreat thee. James Woodin. and Mrs. Jameson celebrated the si. return. land or sea. and no mother to nurse the baby and see the children in bed. but soon after starting in search they met It seems she had mistaken the lost woman struggling along the highway toward her home. the baby crying piteousl)'.

And now he To The grave Who stood beside her grave. Aug. At length he murmured soft and low.. [1438]. beside his honored dead. where Mrs. Andrav [1436].: .. N. Jameson married -Sarah Miindy. in VVest Isles. 1195. Mrs. /j. Reference.— 7"/.^ Crotx Coiirh-r. m.Alice.\ander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson." J- July 19. B. in Chamcook. B. in St. faithful proved to every trust. N. son of David and Sarah (Bonney) Craig. d.. 1S98. But manhood's years swept on apace. St. Elizaheth . Rachel Mariah [1437]. J. my . N. in West Isles. B. Mr. 6.^ Samuel. son John . Andrews. was born June 29. B. Craig died Feb. Pendleton. Mr. N. Craig died April. Mary [1434]. Alice [1433]. He died Aug 1859. Isaac [1439]- No. here below Till Christ shall send His sunlight gleam. Jameson married ^Sarah Gaunt.. N. 1810.-Mice. iSgd. Sarah Jameson died.William^).^ Samuel. 1S96. Alexander. They resided in Michigan. WILLL4M Owen He died about 1870. St. 1899. Aug. m. b.* Ahwainlcr. at Clarence Hill. His children left him one by one. They resided at Rolling Dam. Moses' Jameson of {/o/m Ah-xnnder.\MESON. so true and brave. daughter of John Alexander [1038] and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson. Until at last the saintly face Of darling .* Alexander. John [1432]. S/. Andrews. N. — — 256 THE JAMESONS Silent he stood in reverent awe. In accents like as in a dream " Rest thou. Mary Jameson died. d. 1194. SUphens. N. Martha^ Jameson {yohn . that held her honored dust. reverence her. where they resided. She married 1834...\le. 1S32. B. H. Chamcook. He was born iSio. 1838. David [1431]. He married '^Ma'ry Blakcly. too. m. Although no word escaped his tongue His thoughts went backward to the days When his beloved Alice sang With him sweet songs and gladsome lays : Sang their light songs of early love Sang to their children on their knees Sang unto him who reigns above In strains of sweetest melodies." William'^). 1S14. B.— was gone. Albert [1435]- Eliakim E. St. X. Mr. William Craig. in St. 1S96. They resided 20. NodJiii. was born Jan. B. Patrick. where Mrs. B. Uncovered was his hoary head Meekly he bowed to heaven's law. Stephens. William Williams. No. THE CHILDREN WERE: [1430]. Alone.

/i Jameson [1423] Perez Bo. June 11. 1900. He resides in Boston. Mass. He died in childhood. 1894. Mass. daughter of Stephen and Sybil (Sympson) Dudley. Joel Perliam^ of William Mariha . son of William [1042] and Mehitable (Packard) Jameson. d. West Isles. Frudcncc jfaiie Dudley. She died Oct. March Sarah E. Me. She was born in Skowhegan. 1852. Mr. Mass. They resided No. 24. Aug. 1823. North Stoughton. where they resided until Nov. store in Sloughton. b./>. 1S60. 1S35. Mr. m.?OT. son [1042] and Mehitable (Packard) Jameson. Ii>HN [1441]. in Readfield. Me. b. S. 1S5S. M. i. Mrs. Me. Elizabeth Burley. Mass. 1848. He married Feb.f8. No. . Jan.. Mass. : Memoranda. Mr. res. 1819.. resides. 24. Tucker. 1868. He died in early manhood. 7. Nellie Nancy 29. Me. Mass. Mrs. [1450]. W7///(7/. 1898. daughter of Benjamin Folsom and Abigail (Morse) Fogg.* Akxa/uier. She was born Feb. 1SS6.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Rkkkrence. in Ellsworth. Mr. in Winthrop.^ and Elizabeth (Bonney) Jameson.— 77/^ History of A'orth Bridgewater. 1852. May 24. Mass. 1S59. 29." uiniam. 16.\. He married March 4. b.NNEY. B. Frank [1445]. 27. She was born April 25. Dec. i860. THE CHILDREN WEUE : . b. 1873. in Jameson Island. Ipa [1444]. in Ellsworth. 1202. She died April 4. Jameson died May 22. AlOert Tucker. ^ Sara/i Hodgkins. She was born in Ellsworth. i" Ellsworth. father. Mass. in Mrs. 1853. in Brockton. was born Aug. kept a She died after a brief illness and was buried beside her No. Cliflon Cousins. '). Feb. May 15.7r. b.\i!:gail [1440]. AL^L\ Lavina [1449]. THE children WERE: George Hari.\TILD. 1840. 1836. She died in early life. b. in Maiden. Me. 1838 or 1839. Sybil Brett. Me. 1196. the children were i. 111. Jameson married '-Mary Lois Fogg. Jan. was born June 14. 27. 18. where they resided. 20. son of John Alexander [1038] was born Dec. Mass.. 1826. ^^"She died Dec. Me.^ Samue/. 1855.. ni.Sarah . Mass.. . when they removed to Boston. Nov. Gp:iirge Kyro. He married Aug.. Sarah Jameson died 30. in Winthrop. .. 1847. 1824. 1819. 1840. Feb. 11./ George Alexander^ Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE : . 29. b. 1852. daughter of Shemuel and Abigail (FuUerton) Hodgkins. of Josiah and Eunice (Packard) Brett.Miss a farmer and shoemaker. Jameson died Jan. Dora Holder.nev. the younger daughter. Mass. 25 Eutaw St.^ Snmuc/. Mass. 1878. in Lynn.. m. res. JuEL B(. Greenly Smith res.[1448].i. daughter 13. (7<'//« AkxanJcr. Oct. Nov. 1838. Jonas Packard' Jameson ( H7///. b. res. with her daughter. Elizaueth Aiielaide [1447]. 8.Ahaline [1446].ivnnam^).n [1443]. No. 1S60. Jameson ( wauam. Hale. 1200. Me. b. _^. ni. in North Bridgewater. She resides in Boston.n. Jameson was Jameson . m.on. They resided in North Bridgewater. CiiRDELiA [1442]. Aug. in 1875.'' i/yz/ww'). Elizabeth A Jameson. East Boston.^ wiuiam? Samuci. N. ni.

Mr. H. '-Alice Cutting.258 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1S56. THE CHILDREN WERE : Sarah Olive [1453]. They reside in Somers- No. Henry Allen i2Mit^O\i{T/iomas* Martin. N. Charles Coding. 27. Me. 4. 13. was born July He married Oct. b. ni.. Me. 1204. (Thomas. with the rank of c. 1207. Dec. She was born in Seton. Jameson died. in Gushing.ameson was a carpenter and builder. J-\meson was a master mechanic. daugh1824. son of Rev.ept. He married April 5. state legislature. Memoranda.^ Samuel. Mrs. Mrs. Hannah Coding. was born Aug. Sept. Albertou Sea-ey.'' Samuel.WHHam ').^ Samiwi. Jameson married again. in Webb Gity.. Subsequently to the war he was a railroad contractor and builder. She 1829. 1S53.* Martin. was born in Wells. .iptain. 29. He married Jan. 7. was born May He married Oct. 1849. 1852. Jameson married March 3. daughter of Charles and They have no children. Me. H. 1877. in Gushing. Lola Annie [1452]." Jf'/7//am^). Elislia° Jameson Thomas [1051] and Hannah Young 1894.'-. was born Dec. They ter of Luther and Abigail Coding. worth. Thomas [1051] and Hannah Young (Allen) Jameson. 16. in Gushing. Nancy Jameson died June 17. 1893. son of Thomas [1051] and Hannah Young (Allen Jameson. From 1861 to 1865 he was in the army as master of transportation. She 9. b. Sept. 13. '^ ) (Spencer) Gordon. 14. March 24. 29. . 1S60 . Mr. where they resided. J. 23. 1206. 183 1. 1846. Samnel Houston ^ Jameson [Thomas. 18S5. Sept. Elizaheth [1456]. S. was born in Sanford. 21. 185s. H. b. . Ro. Mrs.* Martin.xanna Eaton. 1858.]]'illiam^). 18S0. 1S49. For several years superintendent of tlie He was elected to the Great Falls Manufacturing Company. Me. Rev. N. Thomas [1051] and Hannah Young (Allen) Jameson. Mr. 13. Sept. N. (Allen) Jameson. and subsequently was a member of the governor's council. Mo. quai termaster department.* Martin. Thomas Gay^ Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE: Efkif. m. 111. Jameson resides with her children in Monmouth. 1823. Me. 1S54.. Somersworth. b. ^A'am-y Hannaford. resided in Somersworth.^ \\'iniam\ son of Rev. Maxifred [1455]. 1S63. [1451]. Marietta [1454].-Xug. Me. in Gushing.^ Samuel. Me. i. son of Rev. Mr. No. {Thomas. Mr. b. Memoranda. Jameson died Oct. Marv Gordon. b. No.

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Vt. in Auburn. b. a Baptist weekly. Mr. Omaha.. taught in the public schools school in the winters. b. July 4. She married April 28.'' Martin. Sad:e Chapman. Jameson .THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Mo.. Then he learned the carpenter's trade. 9. before marriage. in Decatur. 1863. Memoranda. Neb. 1S89. Memoranda. Ndson T.. 23. They resided in Clearmont. Laura Gihbs.jvnuam^). and engaged in teaching. 19. when about sixteen years of age.^ Sammi. in Gushing. in St. Worcester.mesox No.n C. b July 21. teaching Mrs. {Thomas. RoswELL H. June 7. 1835. Sam Houston of Texas. 1889. he went in 1856 to Springfield. Sagi1838. Ja. b. Bancroft. i860. 1208. learned the trade of a printer in Portland. Memoranda. received his education in the academies of Maine and New HampBut instead of entering the completing his theological studies in Fairfax. Lansing. Louis Mr. Mr. 111. Ephraim Hall Emery ^ Jameson Thomas [1051] and 19.* Marti>i. which he pursued as his business. Margaret Wood. Oct. was born May 7. Mass. BanHe was born June 14. removed with his father to He attended the Worcester Academy and graduated in 1848. 1SS6. He died in childhood.. Ann Jameson ** (^/wOT(?j. Thomas [105 IHE CHILDREN WERE: Lli. daughter 1] and Hannah Young (Allen) Janneson. 22. Alle. with The Western Watchman..^ William'^). m. b. Louis. 1863. 26. Dec. m. died Dec. Jan. Willie T. and took up speIn 1858 he went to St. b. July 27. 21. He THE CHILDREN WERE : Howard Wood Gertrude Wood [1458]. Mass.. She was born Dec. 1S67. Me. croft. Mo. b. when she went to Perry. of Maine until 1856. Dec. and now reside in Detroit. 1865. m. Ollie M. 1862. 13. 1890. Dec. daughter of George and Eliza (Wiley) Wood. 1857 he became an associate editor with his brother Samuel on The Daily Republican. 10. 21. 111. and took his name with the consent of his parents. m. 1865. Aug. Hannah Young May George. 1S83. Miranda Gregory. He edited and published a paper called The Graham Post in Graham. 1S70. and after that two years in Chilicothe. m. where she taught two years. 25. Byron N. 1898. 14. James Xottingham. 1S62.^ Samuel. No. Bayard Taylor Brown. Me. 111. 1890. tlien was reporter for The St.. 1869. Elsie of Rev. Nov.. was born married March i.... 1833. shire. Willis Dcivton. 111. Mo. Me. Julv 19. 3. Sept. lone Taylor. (Allen) Jameson. b. m. naw. July 6. Jan. i85o. son of Timothy and Mary (Clark) Bancroft. Dec. 30. m. J. Mich. Mr. In active ministry. b.LlE E. 1S73. III. Bancroft 1830. He was a great admirer of Gen. Louis and became connected cial studies in Knox college. Dec.. 1891. Henry Allen [1459]. and a little later he edited The Free Democrat in Galesburg. Dec. 1861. b. son of Rev. May 28. Howard E. b. They resided in St. Emery H. Bancroft. 1S77.. 1209. [1457].

54 Temple Searles.. 1S54. Mr. (Samuc/. " The Missionary Purpose of the Gospel.x years in Lansing. discharged March 16.. Louis Evening iXeit's. 21st Mass. and was ordained in the spring of 1876. Abieser ^ Jameson THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Francis Ahiecer [1460]. Divine and Human Methods.' uiniam') son of Samuel [1061] and Esther (Cain) Jameson. 1217. Jameson for disability. he was editorial writer for The St. 1851. was a manufacturer a dressmaker." . 13. b. Memoranda. Louis. Jan.^ i?rw. 19. having a captain's and a colonel's commission. four years house one term. to Jan. Co. 23. Louis Globe. 1215. 1854. Jameson was wife was and a machinist. which was published under the title. 30. located in St. .. Jameson began to preach the gospel as a Baptist minister. and acting speaker of the 1863. and since May. 1828..William^'). 1821. Me. H.^ Samud. was born April 11. a Republican paper always. Society. in WarHe married April 16. He married Nov. and two 2-cent English pieces of the yearslooi and 1098. Daily Democrat.* BrUc. before the District Ministers' Conference. Eliza Mansfield. Feb.. Reg. among which are a Hebrew shekel of a very high antiquity.' Brice. Colonel of loth Reg. N. Calvin ^ Jameson (S'(?w//t'/. Mr. No. he has filled the olfice of District Secretary of the American Baptist Home Missionary He preached a sermon Jan. They resided in 1857 in Chicopee. 6.^ Samuci. 1S61. St. was born July 23." . Calvin Jameson of Westfield has a valuable collection of rare coins. Memoranda. His a machinist and a manufacturer of bobbins and shuttles. into one. son of Samuel [1061] and Esther (Cain) Jameson. then rmcai:^\v\a edC\\. three years in Saginaw. 1863.'' Samuel. Julina Chafin. in Warren. Returning to newspaper work. Jameson was elected to the legislature for two terms. called The Globe Democrat... E. He was successively pastor of churches five years in Omaha. His younger brother. chosen speaker /rti teiii. 1861-1863. No. Union." "Mr.. 1867. Mich. with his headquarters in Detroit. Mr. 1845. Mass. daughter of Asa ren. She was born in 1827. is doubtless the person of whom the following records were made. 1889.WilHam ').26o THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Neb. Mass. Philander R/ Jameson (^''w"^/. mustered in Aug. Jan. son of Samuel He married [1061] and Esther (Cain) Jameson. aged 33. Jameson was editorial writer on Tlie SI. Missouri Reserves. Mich.ox oi The Daily Democrat In 1873 these two papers were merged In 1874 Mr. They lived in Clinton. and si. Me. and afterwards he was the city editor of The Evening Bulletin. was born June 27. Abieger Jameson. C/arissa Searks. and For two years Mr. " Calvin Jameson. 1896. agent of the California Associated Fress and correspondent of The Sacramento Afterward he was in the Union army for two years. They resided in 1857 at No. Nashua. 1825.

^23. Me. . 1862. Martha Isabel" Jameson {David Patterson. 1828. Me.— The History of Thomaston and Rockland. in South Windsor.. Me. : She died in childhood.^ Samue/. 1S73. 1865." George. Vol.3bi. daughter of the only child was Carrie. son of William [1063] and Eunice (Jameson) Jameson. John G. 1855. Freiidie O. 1S72. b. 1S63. in Warren. was born Dec. ^Elijah Moody. Me. j2j. Alice V.. iam^). 1S65. 1S59. Ulmer died July 27. 1886. George B. They reside in North Warren. i" Warren. Clarence D. son of Joseph and Ann E. AlIgllStlLS M. July 17. 186 Ti. 30. iSg. and Elizabeth (McCullum) Jones.lik U. July 8. 1857. 1873. b. IVte History of Thotna of Warren. in South Windsor. Irene V. Me. July 22. Amanda Fitzalan ^ Jameson ( George MeLellan.^ Samuel. . 1S41. b. b. 1240. [1463]. 17. i^^'lli'^ A. Jan. Crawford. Mrs. Catherine libby'^ jaineSOn {David Patterson. d. ISre. Ulmer. where they resided. No. Willis A. 1S37. 1870.WilHafii ).M'ri. daughter of George McLellan [1077] and Almira (Wilson) Jameson. June 21. He was born Feb. son of Capt.. ElmerE. She married May 8. 14.^ Samuel.'^ George. The Annals Reeerences.p. b. [1466]. He Thomaston. Wesley ]. 1870. 9. [1468]. p. He was born Feb. 1895. 1219. May 20. Me. George W. was born May 25. 25. IE CHILDREN WERE: Oct. Nov. was born March 13. daughter of David Patterson [1076] and Penelope (Jones) Jameson. July. II. b. No. Me. March 5.. 1835. [1467]. (Leeds) CrawThey resided in was born March 27. Feb. but removed to 1827. 1861. 4. b. Vol. daughter of in North Warren. She married Dec. b."[1464]. p. Me.. Me.^ Samuel. [1469]. II. 1881. 1237. 11. where Mr. Jones. Crawford died Nov. Heniiersux L.'' William^). m. 1873. 26. Zki. 15... 3. 444. ' THE CHILDREN WERE: [1461]. (Fales) Ulmer. Windsor. in Warren. Gedrcie R. Lizzie £. 1850. He married Oct. Mr. William E. and Mary B. Hastings. 1829. The Annals of jri. d. 1840. June 19. son of Clement and Huldah (Pratt) Moody. Me. b.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 5.Sept. was born March 11. She was born in Warren. They resided in Warren. 23. b. Me. 1861. — ' an J Roeklanii. Martha Isabel. 21. She married April i. Me. b. Mathews. Me. Jessie Kate. Me. No. 1S95. 1875. . in Warren. June 24. July3. ford. in Rockland. Sept. d. Rkkerence. Sept. Moody died March 12. 1S64. 1871. [I465].-[i462j. 1861.* George. Nov. b.b. 26. 1868.^ IVillDavid Patterson [1076] and Penelope (Jones) Jameson.^ IVill- iam^). H ATT IE M.^ Jameson ( U'UHavi* Bn'ce. Me. pp.

Ralph. Mr. 2. where Mr. June 22. Charles W. May 3: iSsI. 1899. and now reside in Mount Pleasant. they reside. 18S7. 22.Moody died July 12. Annie E. May 13. Mildred Etta. b.'^ Alexander. ^ E. and Mrs. son of James [10S3] and Elizabeth (Storer) Jameson. Laura Jameson. i8go. 1888. Sept. Me. Sept. George Young. They had five children. Dec. b. 12. sou of James [1083] and Elizabeth (Storer) Jameson. Aug. daughter of Amaziah and Susan (Robbins) Mero. 1898. Mr. Sylvia Given. Fo^ Memoranda. Dunton died Feb. b. 5. b. b. Moody resided in South Windsor. : b. .. Sadie Eva. Roy Wilson. June 27. . They had five children. Me. m. Asenath Mink. Earle Clarence. b. Mass. Young. John^ Jameson {James. IN AMERICA. 1885. in Pittston. was born in Gardiner. He was born Sept. b. then removed to Montesano. first marriage. Lillie Eugene. 1887. : No. Wash. She was born Nov. married Rebecca Miller. Me. 9. Charles Moody lived in Augusta. d. Me. His second wife. They resided in Waldoborough. b. : . Edith Leona. L. 17.. in resides. S. Fogg. ni. b. b. Sept. 1883. 1898. : ..^ William'^). THE children WERE: George W.. Aug. Me. 1892 b. 1892. 4. - ATyt Charles W. May Almira J. Drew 1886. 1879. 3. child. 23. 1894. Moody Dec. George Jameson Moody's first wife. ^ Robert. 8. Wilson J. b. Wash. 19. 6. b. Mr.Rich. 1868. "Daniel H. Thev resided in Augusta. 26. 1836. b.'' Alexander. The only child of the was born April 4. J. Young. 1835.. Me. Dorr was born Feb. Feb. '^Lizzie 1879. William H. and Mrs.THE JAMESONS Mrs. Oct. Moody 24. Hon. 1885 Ernest Eugene. Me. b. in Union. S. daughter of She was born in Waldoborough. June 16. 2. David Clement. Feb. Feb. 1883. iSgo. Edwin Penn. b. April 21. 1872. Myra Lauton. b. 8. They had seven children. 10. Leigh H'entworth. 24. Mrs. [1472]. 1249. 1 888. m. b. Me. 1S6 Eugene C. 1893. May iS. Henry ^ Jameson {Ja?nes. Nov. 4. until 1884. Windsor. Me. b. i860. was born in Wakefield. was born July 11. 10. was born Sept. viz. Me. C/iloe Lindley Mero. [1470]. 188 1. They resided in Joseph Miller. Dorr. 1899. July 26. THE CHILDREN i-ERE : George J. 1895. Mass. Leon Rudolph. b. 1S97. Eugene C. Mrs. Mr. Jan. b. was from Bath.* Robert. L. . 12. 1882. m. Me.William''). Nov.. b. Mr. '^ ... b. Aug. was born in Waldoborough. Me. 1S55. 1899. Harold. who married Jessie Kate Moody. . d. where Their only child. 1892. m. No. in Chelsea. 22. Jan. Alden [1471]. and Mrs. 1866. Hon. 1882.. Josephine N. viz. 1S86. 1891 Ethel Amanda. married Oct. 1879. Elijah Lincoln. Dunton Joice. Clara E. tSS6. Jesse. July 15. 14. . Jessie Kate. 1S92. Me. Me. April 13. Marv Eva Hofey. 1247. Jameson died. viz. Dorr resided in South Windsor and in Randolph. Dunton. Lizzie E. b. Mr. Moody resided in South Windsor and in East Pittston. 1S62. Myrta Etta. 7. Jameson died July 13. 1813. m William Hodgman. 1S27. June 24. Aug. He married in 1829. Their only Mrs. Sadie Oct. and Mrs. m.

Albert Morse Kyan. Spalding. res. Memoranda. [1477]. Vol. son of John [10S4] and Celia (Cook) Jameson. 623. No. where they both died. was born in 1806.. /(Wr//. 472. 1257. .'^ Robert. II.William'^). where Mrs. 28. m.. 2S. F. p. Matthias ° Jameson (7aiiic-s. Sarah Jameson died. b. p. 1864.. daughter South Thomaston. They resided in Rockland. Me. No. He married Sarah C. 1252.William '). Me. (John* Robert.— 77.. the children were: Arvesta Delia [1474]. June 29. Sweetland married '^Charity . Caroline U. He married Abby Morse. daughter of John [10S4] and Abigail (Cook) Jameson.^ William in John [1084] and Celia (Cook) Jameson. Me. Me.. Me. son of David and Mrs.* Robert. Sweetland. Me. No. She married Nov. She was born in Friendship.xnder. 17. Stahl died March 24. Judson J.iS3o. son of Philip and Katherine (Kaler) Stahl. was born in South Thomaston. Me. 1258. Me. 1846. Me. He was born in 18 14.^ James L. She married Sept. Me. They resided in Union. They resided in Rockland. Aug. Me.. m. 1S42. 1834..THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Reference.. Mary Ann of ^ Jameson {John. b. -Vug. Elsie ^ Jameson Referexck.<r History of Thomaston S. Me.lyina [1473].- William^). daughter John [1084] and Celia (Cook) Jameson. 1255. Friendship. m. Maria (Rivers) Sweetland. Gny\ res.McAllister. Allierl S. was born in South Thomaston. Henry Stahl. p. Me. ' Carrie S. 1852. 1S42. b. 1S39. Sept.. Mr. 1250. William^).^ Alexander. Me. Me.* Robert. Frederic They reside in Rockland. THE CHILDREN WERE: Andrew^ Jameson (John. Me.— 77/f Annals of JVarren.. and Rockland.— 77(^ History of Union. b. in Friendship. b. Reference. 363 Julia Mf.^ Alexander.. They bad a son. They resided in Waldoborough. 1818.^ Alexander. 22. Low. [1476]. 1S36. son of James [1083] and Elizabeth (Storer) Jameson. Mary L. was born in Rockland. [1475]. 421. Mr. nee Jameson. in South Thomaston. He was born in Warren. THE children WERE: Celia (Jlive A. 22.. Jameson married -Rebecca Storer. No.'^ Ale. 1876. 1S49. They resided in Union. b.^ Alexander. Oct 12. was born ^). Margaret" Jameson of (/ohn. b. Me. Mr. in South Thomaston. Me.* Robert.

Wiliiam daughter of Robert [1088] and Betsey (Rivers) Jameson. p.. 13. 1838. CIlII.' Ale. in South Thomaston. Vol..William^). b. C THE Ali. Susan Dyer. of Rockland. was born Nov. ^ References. 1840.* AW>ert. He was born about 1808. 12. 1875. Sarclll R.ex [1478]. Me. 1265. SS7- No. 1841.. Nov. daughter of Reuben and Margaret (Studley) Mosman. 1822. Me. Me. b. They resided at Ash Point.Winiam"^). Me. They had no children. IN AMERICA. II. ^ 1825. 1872. Jameson died July 5. He married Jan. where Mr. '^ ' ). They resided in Rockland. 1875. 1259. 1S69. where Mr. where Mr. 4.. in South Thomaston.. 24. Me. Memoranda. [1479]. was born Sept. in South Thomaston.xander. II. 1844. Me. 1264. in South Thomaston. daughter of James Linekin. Me.. He married Oct. WiHiani Miinroe. 8. Rocldaitd. jjy. Robert ^ Jameson \ . Munroe married Aug. Hanna/i Mosman. died. d. Elijah Jameson O////. Me. 1S24. 1842.'' Robert. pp. Elijah No.. 1812. She died Dec 26. Memoranda. 1810. b. 14. 1263. 1846.^ Alexander. married Bertha Morse.264 THE JAMESON'S She married Jan. She died June 15.— 77^ History of Thomaston and No. Mr. son of David and Mrs. 18. Me. jjC.— 77. They resided in Thomaston.IiREN WERE. Munroe Mrs. Oct. 22. {Robert* Robert. Reference.' A'o/vr/. nee Jameson. Linekin. Munroe died in 1868. was born in South Thomaston. 1834. Sarah. Me. No. Murch died. 1837. Me. b. Me.^ Alexander. Ebeii Stceetland. Feb. 1S46. Aug.^ Alexander. ^ Jameson {Robert. Mr. She married Oct. 11. William. April. 1S38. Maria (Rivers) Sweetland. 1S46. Hannah Jameson {Robert. South Thomaston. Murch cams from Castine to Rockland. b. Sweetland died Dec.^ William son of Robert [1088] and Betsey (Rivers) Jameson. where they resided and where Mr. b. She married Sept. Jameson died July 18. 24. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Robert. 1839. 19../ Rockhiini. James Miirch. They resided in Rockland. I'ol. 9. 1S44.^ History of Thoinaslon an. Me. Mr. They had three children: Ann Maria. 25. He died March. son of John He [1084] and Celia (Cook) Jameson. Me. Mrs. Louisa C. Sweetland died Dec.. 1808. daughter of Robert [1088] and Betsey (Rivers) Jameson.. was born June 17.

1S43. References. 1S60. II. Four Children.. MarcellUS Thomas ^ Jameson {Robert.^ of THE CHILDREN WERE: LuEi. b. Lucy (Sayward) Jameson. m. Whiteimore. Naticy C. Ezekiel Davis ° Jameson {Robert. 27. and held the appointment of bank commissioner. 25. son Robert [loSS] and Betsey (Rivers) Jameson. 1844. She died in Infancy. was born Sept. 1273. No. 31. William T. Cochran's father. Cochran. in South Thomaston. Vol. Nov. in South Thomaston. Frank. in South Thomaston. b.William son of Robert [1088] and Mrs. He was born in 1841. May 27.. died in infancy. b. iSSg. b. 10. 1863. Gen. 1846. 265 THE CHILDREN WERE Ellis [1480]. 186S. Me..William '). II. d. daughter of She Isaac [1100] and Sarah (Clough) Jameson. Mrs. 362. was a representative legislature of his state. Ira Lek [1482]. daughter of Joseph and Caroline (Snow) Graves. Sept. married July 16. 1855. He followed the seas. b. Me. to the — The History of Thomaston and Rockland. nke Wheeler. VVilhevt Simmons. 1S57. 1863. 1838. born March 9. Me. Me. 1899. Mass. May 4. who Mav 13. : April 19.. They resided in South Thomaston. Mrs. p. Mary Elizabe(h^ Jameson (Robert. was born Oct. 1865. William [1484]. 23. March 6. b. Me.^ Alexa?ider. She married Nov. was He married June 20. No. Emily Graves. William S. Post resides. William A.'' Robert. daughter of Robert [10S8] and Mrs. He was born 1859. 27. 1S49.^ William'^).LA A. and They in Waldoboro. in California. son of William and Susan (Kallock) Post. 6. 1839. Jameson died in 1889. Oct. in Brighton. 1861. [1483]. . : George L. 1873. 20. He died in infancy. [1481]. Sept. b. 1841." Paul. She was born June 30. 1846. Reference. 23.— The History of T/iomastoii and Rockland. MoiiDY. He married Nov. W/ieeler.* Robert. was born in Camden. Sept. Me. Me. \ Lj'dia M/ Jameson {Isaac.* Robert. b. b. 1268. Post died Jan. 1843. Cochran. They died Jan 17. They reside in Rockland. They have no children. 1718. George. Me.^ William^). She was born in St. Mr. pp. 1S34. nee Wheeler. daughter of William and Phcebe (Linekin) Wheeler. Maria Blaisdell) Cochran.. ( Memoranda.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Mr. Me.* Robert^ Alexander. 1866. Vol. Wayne. Alexander. Me. They resided in Thomaston. 26. Mr. Twins. May 6. Lizzie. resided in Rockland. Jameson died 1887. Jacob Post. 1873. in infancy. son of Gen. Oct. b. iSo. b. j6i. Lucy (Say ward) Jameson. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE Llewellyn.

No. Clarion F/ Jameson THE CHILDREN WERE Ursilla.. He was born Rockland.* Charles.. b. Me. in Rockland.wuiiavi''). where they resided. II. Second Maine Battery. No. i860.. He married ^ Martha Manning.. Me. 1864. 1836. and in Dedham. They resided in Bucksport. June 1S56.'' Chai-ies. Angeline Agnes' Jameson {Char/i-s. b. 6. where they resided. Mr. Charles Angnstns^ Jameson (CA/z-z^-j. Me. 5.2bb THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. b. No. She was born April 4. Vol. in Rockland.^ Fan/.^ Faul. in Rockport. daughter of Henry and Clementine Vannah.. lydia A. Me. b. p. Me.— TXf liis second wife. He was born in 1835. Edith. Vol. {ycraniah. //. 3.^ Paul. — The History of T/iomaston and Rockland. 1859. Higgins.^ Robert. She married Jan. in Rockland.. 1838. was born in Rockland. : May.. 1S63. — The History of Thomaston and Rockland. History of Thoinaston and Rockl.^ lVill!am\ son of Charles [1108] and Mary (Tolman) Jameson. . 20.'' Charles. 1S3S. E. 1290. daughter of Jeremiah [1107] and Martha (Gregory) Jameson. 1835. Me. ert Esther ^ Jameson {Robert. was born Aug. son of Jacob and Jane (Toppy) Smith. 16^. He was born May 20...* c/iarks. She was born Dec. Orris JaeliSOn' Jameson (Charles. Vannah.inniam'). Zenas L. He married Feb. 1299.'' Paui. 1840. b.jnil.^ Paul.. 1S59. Memoranda. Me. was born Oct. Vol. II. S.mith made Esther Jameson Referenxe. No. 1S59. Me. She married March 13.^ WUHam \ daughter of Rob[iioi] and Susan (Clough) Jameson. daughter of Charles [1108] and Mary (Tolman) Jameson. son of Charles [1108] and Mary (Tolman) Jameson. 1298. Reference. 1856. p. p. Me. They reside in Rockland. ^99- No. 1836. 1297. She married Isaac Smith. He married July 15. Me. 1843. '" Knox. Mr. 1281. daughter of Ephraim and Lydia (Lucas) Blake. Ennna Blake. in Memoranda. in Rockland. 11. John Albert Burrill. in Rockland. Me. was born Oct. Zenas H.^ William^). Jameson was a soldier in the Union army. son of Benjamin L. was born Aug. 16. She died while young. 1856. and Louisa (Morley) Higgins. THE CHILDREN WERE: Orris. Aug. Clara Reference. 267. 12. They have no children.

They reside christ) Fales. Libbcy. George G/ Jameson Oliver {Oliver. 1312. Me.. was born Oct. reside in Gushing. Nov. Me. They resided in Rockland. was born Feb. THE CHILDREN WERE : . Elsie Morton. 21S. m. 5. 267 July They resided in East Montville.THE JAMESONS Me. Nov. 1309. in Friendship. 9. Ulysses G. 230. No. Mass. son) Libbey.— //. Me. C. 6. E. Me.* cimries.3. IN MAINE. 18.'\ug. He resides in Boston. 1858. daughter of John and Bethia (Cook) Morton. Aug.. No. 1859. Vol. No. 1833. THE CHILDREN WERE: Adelbert [1485]. 4.- wnnam^). Me. 1S64.^ Paui. 1833. where they reside. Hall. vin and Lydia W. in South Warren. He died in infancy. Mass. pp. Me. 9. 1837.° Jameson Oliver [11 ti] and Charlotte Rockland. son and Mary (Young) Jameson. REFERENCE. 1871. daughter of Mark Dexter [mo] and Lydia Clough Jameson. 1899. No. 1319. and in Hudson. in West Searsmont. in Gushing. . Jameson resides. Jameson died Mrs. Mass. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: tLISHA. where Mr. 23. b. Me. 8. b..* wuiiam^ Paui. Me. Me. son of Gapt. She died He died Feb. i860. She married Augustus S. b.^ Charlcs. Fales. REFERENCES. son of (Smith) Jameson. She was born July 12. 23. son of Elisha and Polly Lynn (GilHe was born July 4.^ wuHam'^). Me. [im] and Charlotte (Smith) Jameson. p. She died in infancy. (Kendall) Hall. 1835. 1864.^ Charles. 30. iS6r. Annih. Dexter' Jameson {Mark Dexter. Freddik. 1S82. He {oiwer. April 16. daughter of Anthony and Louisa (RobinThey She was born Dec. He in early life. He married Feb. 1856. b. in Rockland.^ Paul.'^ Charks^ Paul^ WHUam'^). 1S65. [1488]. II. LllCretha ° J<ameSOD {Mark Dexter. 4. was born May 2." WiUiam '). Freeman n. resides in Boston. 1313. in married Amelia Fornian. Me. Adelbert [1489]. in Thomaston. Me. was born in Camden. June 30. 1867.. son of Mark Dexter [mo] and Lydia (Clough) Jameson. h.— jy/rftf/j "/ Thomaslon and Rockland. 1308. in Friendship. Me. Sophia R. . daughter of CalShe was born in 1835 in Rockland. No.<• Annals of Warren. Keniston. ^^yb. the only chili) was: Walter [1490]. March Jennie L." William'^). was born in Camden.^ Paul. 1861. 1846. Dec. 5. 1835. [1487]. Lenora [i486]. He married Oct. Jonah Thomas ° Jameson of William [1117] {wniiafn. He married Ann E.

daughter of Dr. 186S. Holland. b. 2. 18. b. 17. was born May 7. was born April 15. Maud. Jeremiah Doane^ Jameson [1121] and of Paul Orrington.. They reside at No..' Paui:. 14 Washington St. He . 27. Mr.'^he m. They had no No.* wuuam. b. Oct. Charles Aaron and Mary (White) Parsons. Me. Waterville. 30. 10. 188S. in Friendship. No. (Johnston) Jameson. where they resided.* y<-ffmiah. died in girlhood. Jameson died Aug. 1S38. [1497]. 18S6. in Friendship. Feb.. Feb. Me. Almond Thompson. daughter of Paul [1121] and Matilda (Gay) Jameson. b. Riilyy and Levina (McLain) Thompson. 1S66.wu/iam^). was born April 28.. 1S73. b. Me. Aug. i86g. d.. 10.^ Pan/. 14 Washington St. 1861. [1495]. IViitthrop Jordan IVIiilnev. 28. 1S69. She married July 6. She was born in Boston. [1496]. April ViNlE Thomi'sun [1493]. 1S58. Me. 1321. 24. 1832. 1843. THE CHILDREN WERE: Sherman Tectmseh [1491]. They reside at No.^ Paul^ WHHum Uilliam [1117] and Mary (Young) Jameson. b. daughEliza TllOmaS^ Jameson {Wl/nam. b. daughter She was born May i. Me. 12. of Joseph He married Sept. Elmira Davis. 1857. (/'«"/. 1855. 31. Parsons. Annie K. children. Dec. Mass. 1840. b Nov.^ Paui. b. ter of THE CHILDREN WERE: Lillian. They reside in Friendship.268 Me. Me. 5. b. Ann Thompson. 1S93. son of William [1117] and Mary A. Gertrude [1492]. 1886. July 25. Geneva. Hattie F. Rockland. 1887. Rockland.-' wuuam? Paul. iSSo. She married Dec. 1S63. 189S. b. Feb. Me. Emma Horton. Cora. Me. .IVUUam 1). b. Oct. 1894. May b. Me. where they reside. 1867. Nov. in East Orrington. i). in ( Friendship. 23^ 1S76. Nov. Aldfi Bradford. KiTTiE Dale [1494]. 24. 1882. 1866. Charles Harold Helen [1497a]. Sept.. b. 185S. Nov. 1S90.. AVilliam Jolinston^ Jameson ?K/7/«iw.* WUliam. Nov. 1837. 1S84. 27. in Otter Island. Aug. daughter of Jacob and Emma Horton. 1320. THE CHILDREN WERE: Alice Snow. son of William and Jane (Leeman) Thompson. b. son and Mary (Young) Jameson. 29. 1324. ( THE children WERE : Mary P. Me. b. in Ripon. was born April 28. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1862. was born March He married July 2. No..* yeremiah. in Friendship.^ wnnam^). Wis. 6. m. 1887. Me. He was born Nov. son Matilda (Gay) Jameson. Lydia Ellen ^ Jameson (Paul. of William [11 17] Francis Gracia" Jameson wu/iam.wuHam'^). 28.. in married Nov. 1864. 1838. 9. She was born They reside in Thomaston. May Matilda.

They resided at No. Aug." William'^). John Givm. 17.Arthur [1131] and Jane C. jMr. 1S95. Alden J. Sept." Winiam ^ ). was born in Old They resided in Warner. Me. 1343. daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Scribner) Sanborn. 1872.. No. son Jan. H. Eltliera H.^ Martin. 12. daughDaniel [11 42] and Elizabeth (Huchins) Jameson. and res. ter of Mary Jameson Memoranda. Me. 31. 13.. res. John Jameson '' (Arthur. Sanborn. 1327. was born Aug. Me married May 26. 2. in Saco. 1824. 1864. Jameson died May 22. They had no children. Henrietta Adclia. daugh(^i'"''/"'''. b. 1862. who reside with their stepmother. No. Me. They resided in Lewiston. at No. ter of THE CHILDREN WERE: Annie.'?('/'". b. 1894. in Sac m. 21. son of John and Mary (Hervey) Jameson.. ter of Lizzie Jameson {Daniel. 1829. Jameson married Nov. '' ^ She died while young . Me. (Patterson) Jameson. viz. N. 2. Me. and Joanna (Small) Given. He had by a previous Ellen Louise. (Given) Jameson. was born in Old Orchard. He was born March. Hall died.^ Robert. where Mr.^ WHHam. in Warner.'' Martin. They resided in Saco. She married Herbert Sawyer.\ [1499]. where Mr. son of Arthur [1131] and Jane (Given) Jameson. 1853. 1329.^ Robert. Orchard. Clara Anna" Jameson {Mark.^ Robert. . 3. Myers. They resided in Topsham. was born Aug.^ Martin. 1848.^ Martin.^ . 1338. She married Oct. Sawyer died. son of Arthur in Lewiston..* WHIiam. Hall married again. Given married Mary Jameson : No. b. Hall. 1867. 42 High St." William"^ daughDaniel [1142] and Elizabeth (Huchins) Jameson.Gh'en Jameson [1135]. BkrtGav [1500]. 1859. 1S91. in Lewiston. for his second wife. Me. m. No. in Lubec. b. 18SS. in Wales.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Me. Bird Br<i\v. Me. March 28. where Mr. marriage two daughters. 1874. They had no children.. H. Lewiston. 269 THE CHILDREN WERE: CuKSTER Paii. where Mrs. He was born Oct. [i 143] and Dorcas R.^ John* William.* William. Given died Jan. Mrs. h Feb. 1S95.^ Martin. of James and Elsie (Morton) Myers. Staples . where Mr. Me. 24. Lewiston. Hki. She married ' George W. They resided in Saco. Mrs. '' '). daughter of Mark Me. Given Jameson died Aug. 12. Mrs. 21. . 42 High St.kn. Aug. N. was born She married Nov. WHUam'^). in Lyr Minnie Jameson (Daniel.. HERHKR-r. 1854. Me. 1S31. [1498]. Me.. 12. Given. Me. 27.* IVHHam.William ).

L. after the deatli of liis fust wife. Mass.. (Boothby) Jameson. Sept. T/ieresa Anna Linc/i.. Aug. in 1898. They resided in Lincoln. 1891. July 13. April 12. 1884. 1S30. was born April 27. '' Old Orchard. They had five children. She was a daughter of Alloise and Maigretta Lincli.. So. 1864. J<jiin Nason. Mr. 1827. No. 30. William Ward. 1S39. in Fall River. viz. Adams resided in Adams was residing . in Old Orchard. Me. Me. 1345. m. 1883. William VV.' Ro^H-r/. Orchard. d. 1S81. cessively three other wives. 1S74. in Old Orchard. 23.. \\\g. 11. 1869. was born Aug. was born Oct.: Elvira Theresa. April 8. Griswold Milliken. No. b. Adams died. Me. He was born Feb.Adams. July 4. 1806.Mr. April i. b. 28. b. daughter of John [1144] and Hannah A. Mrs. 1893. I. ( THE ONLY child WAS: Cora.wn/iam^). 10. 30. in Old Orchard. in Leverett. 12.Robert: WUUam: Martin: WUliam 1).b. Elvira. . CJiailes F. b. b.. son of John Henry and Emily Elizabeth (Skillings) Mason. born March 4. George Henry Mason. was born in LinShe married Oct. son of Michael Nason and Esther (Parker) Milliken. Lillie Jameson Uolm: Robert: William: Martin: William "). where Mrs. son of Michael Nason and Esther (Parker) Milliken. May 17. in Old Orchard. married sucVermillion. No. 1SS8. He died Sept. 28. 1SS7. and where Mrs. Y. Dec. 1S50. She married Oct. Davis.' m//umi. son of Erastus and coln. daughter of Jeremiah [1147] ^"d Polly (Bailey) Jameson. 30. in THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Gertrude. b. 1863. 1351. b. 1859. Jan. (Boothby) Jameson. i88g. and Mrs. Me. Mr. March 10.. 28. Florence D. 12. Lueinda ' Jameson {Jeremiah: Daniei: James: Martin: William '). Ad. Hannah (Ainsworth) Adams. Memoranda. Me. He was born Oct. Dec. He was born Oct.b. She married June 15. in Lewis Co. Benjamin Frank Milliken. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: Harry Maii. 21. Mary Jane " Jameson {John:. 1886. 1868. THE CHILDREN WERE: Charles Jameson. m. 1348.. Henry Alonzo 12. where they reside. where they reside. June i. They resided in Old He was born Dec. Me.' Marti/.:. Fannie Ellen' Jameson (/<>/"!. 1828. b. She married April 27. 1S94. daughter of John [1144] and Hannah Ann Boothby) Jameson. Adams died. m. 1832. Me. Mr.^ms.. 10. J. 1892. Adams married again. 1S81. where . Dec. Mass. Lueinda . 29. daughter of John [1 144] and Hannah A. N. Erastiis Adams.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Dak. 1853. 1855. 1S61.

Mary Josephine. 14. 26. 1S6S. Sept. [1501J. 5. Harrison Piper. Nov. Me. 1863. b. d.^ Martin. b. Freelund J. 1827. daugh- Jeremiah [i 147] and Polly (Bailey) Jameson. ni. b. Me. Sept.\m%. Lincoln. 1353. . son Jeremiah [1147] ^"d Polly (Bailey) Jameson. Mrs. was born in Milford. [1503]. They resided in Lincoln. 1SS5. 1S43. b. who kindly furnished much of the above information by letter dated Feb. b.'> Martin. in MilShe married /(zwitj' Huntress. 1897. Feb. m.\ug. b. Feb. Marcellus. Me. 1868. He was born May 3. No. daughter of Jeremiah [1147] and Polly (Bailey) Jameson. was born in 1815.William ').^ Daniel. Davis. 22. daughter of David and Nancy (Miller) Patterson. She married Eli Kellogg. Nov. THE CHILDREN WERE: Helen. where Mr. 1861. Asa B Cusliman. d. Pascus Ativood. b. Oct. He married March 3. Oct. Memoranda.* James. who married Lizzie Huntress..'' Martin^. Nov. Francis E. Benjamin F. 19. 22. 1849. res.. Fanny " Jameson ter of (Jeremiah. Huntress died Nov. Helen E. March 27. Me. in Molunkus. Me. 1355.— 77/f Libby Genealogy. Me. Bertha Anna. Mrs. 1879. Feb.. Milford. b. Dec. I. 14. 1S41.. II. 189 1. 16. 1854. b. 10. {Jeremiah. Abbie. 1S96. b. 1S98. Margaret Ellen. 18. Libbv. son of Joseph and up. b. Me. Lenora [1505]. 1852. 1868. Winfield Scott. B. m. Chadbourn Edith M. m. Providence. P.. 1845. Dec. [1501]. Davis. Me. Aug. She died in early life. Huntress died Feb. Kellogg died Jan. E. Coburn. 20. He was born Sept. of in DanieP Jameson 1896. Me.^ DanieW lames. Esther. 15. .. 1879. They have a daughter. Coburn. 1854. Ezra Francis [1502].^ Daniel. 1S51. S( Sept. Francis E.* James.. He was born in 1804. Horace. m. res. They resided in Lincoln. No. and was taken to the home of her grandparents. 4. res. 1878. 17. 5. 1876. 1826. in Hamden. THE CHILDREN WERE: Nathan Adaline Elvira. 1844. They resided in Marshall. ni. 17. . 1S39. 24. was born Sept. 1S45. was a son of James and Harriet (Hayden) Libby. d. Jameson died June 6. 27 Nov. 1876. They resided in Auburn. Elvira Adams was a child two years old when her mother died. 30. {Jeremiah. 1S62. Me. Mich. 3. 1S65. Mary Chadbourn. i88i. Mary (Adams) Davis. 1894.Williain i). 26. b. Me. in Patten. [1504]. yames Ambrose. Me. Sept. They reside in Macwahoc. '"• Fl'="l'eth Sanborn.1 THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Adams. in Leverett. b. Rei-l rence. Tyra Ann. Me. Aug. Miss Elvira C. She was born Oct. in Harrison. b. b. m. Auburn. William Ward. Libhy. res.. R. Mass.'^ William^).. THE CHILDREN WERE: '''^•'bet/i James M. Lizzie. 9. where Mr. Dec. Auburn. Lenora Patterson. 1845. ford. ° Jane Jameson Me. where she was brought When twenty years of age she married Charles p'. 1818.

Alice May. coln. 1360. THE CHILDREN WERE: Ch..272 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.^ Daniel. They resided in Patten. I. in Waterboro. Me. R. Colo. Mr. was born in LinMe. Mass. Orange. Col. son of Jeremiah [1147] and Polly (Bailey) Jameson. Mass. Cook: res. N. THE CHILDREN WERE: Albert H. He was born coln. Me. was born Feb. ^ LllCretia " Jameson {Jcretniah. Josie.\rles T. 1873 to Denver. Bragg: Providence. in Plattsburg. Colo.. No.^ Martin. She resides No. Denver. He resides in S. Harry Morgan: res. in Providence.. where Mrs.William ). 1561 Emerson St. Lulu [1510]. Grant died on Monday Grant came to Denver from Maine in 1873. in 1878 to Breckenridge. She married in 1848. Memoranda. daughter of Jeremiah [11 47] and Polly (Bailey) Jameson. invested in real years. WiLLLVM [1509]. No.\ weeks since he buried his beloved wife. T. Only si. Samuel B. was born in LinShe married Crosby Grant. Holmes: res. went to Salt Lake in March. and was doing well. 1891.. He married Harriet A. 1891. D. calling it the " Denver House.'' James.." William '). and about 1890 to Salt Lake City. res. Gen.. [1506]. Orange. Me. 1359. and since then has been failing rapidly. J. remaining five years. [1508].* James. Elizabeth " Jameson ( . in Denver. Mr. Sarah Jane. He made many friends in each place. They removed to Jameson died March. Oldtown. Colo. where Mr. in Denver.^ Martin. She was born Aug. Grant died Dec.. They resided in Patten. Mass. Grant's death was announced by tlie press as follows: Mr. Tyra Ann.^ Daniel. daughter of Samuel and in Milford. Jeremiah.. R. Utah. and was esteemed by all estate. at noon in Salt Lake at the age of seventy-three years." where he was able manager for eleven He sold to a well-known Denver man. I. Car/. Jerkmiah. I. Colo. 1896. Mary Ann " Jameson {Jeremiah. K.William''). and subsequently to Brockton.. Grant died. Colo. Kirk: res. C..'' Jamcs. 1357. res. 1824. Mrs. who knew him. m. R. m.^ Dauicl. Harry [1507]." Jameson (Jeremiah.'^ James^ Martin. m. daughter of Jeremiah [1147] and Polly (Bailey) Jameson. Me. 27. then built a large hotel in Breckinridge. m. in Denver. son of William Grant. R.William »). m. 16. daughter of Jeremiah [1147] and Polly (Bailey) Jameson. was born about 1824. 4. Me. Charity (Hamilton) Carl. No. Hiram Grant.^ Daniel. Utah.ilt Lake City. res." Martin. Providence. Me. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary Carl B. J. and removed in in 18 18. Grant died Oct.

1SS3. They followed them westward. mostly in the lumber region in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Parker resides. son of James S.. in Sebec. son of Samuel [1162] and Jane Vaughn (Wise) Jameson. Memoranda. 5. 1864. Parker died Mrs. [1511]. 1866. 2.. John E.William ').S. lad Mr. the summer of 1S55 he struck the precious metal at Hazel Creek. THE CHILDREN WERE: EllGAR WiSK [I512].son. Edward Dnillai)'^ JameSOU Tc//// Campbell. Nov. LLarmou. 7. in Danforth. son of John Campbell [1158] and Mary Lord (Upham) Jameson.' Samuel. 5. They lived in Staceyville. they spent the night on a hillside the Trinity and Sacramento rivers. i>^72. and Eunice H. the Modocs and other renegade Indians. He married J. in Lincoln. P. 22. Lowell. 16. Kicluird \V."' Martin. 1862. was born Aug. He 1S62. : Jan. 1865. Me. son of Mighael and Elsie (Farrow) Parker. and Anastacia (Kavanaugh) Flynn. 22. (Wasgatt) Stacy.. in Northern California. between the headwaters of On the way. But they had hardly made a beginning when the Indians became troublesome. " Go West. Aug. 19. lSj4." A/artin. b.x years. Stacy died Nov.Vug. daughter 1830. Jan.. in Bath. Me. Dec. June 30. was born Oct. They reside in Bath. She was born June 5.^ S-imu:I\ SamucP. He married. in Sangerville. Me. Me. i. along the upper Mississippi.^ William '). 1861. Freu Pattkn Lillian [1514]. Henry Sargent" Jameson THE ONLY CHILD WAS Ida E. 18S9." He spent si. (Gerrish) Harmon. Mass. Me. 1883. in Lincolnville.^ James.'May 10. Feb. 15. m. Alice She Louise Flynn. He was born Nov. b. ( No. They resided in Mattawamkeag. Mrs. 1S66. They resided in 1827. In 1854 he went to California by the way of While out with a prospecting party in the isthmus to engage in the hunt for gold. b. 1855. . Jameson went with a party in pursuit of the savages. Me. was born May. 1S60. 1859. b. 9. 15.William '). Martini. This was the first discovery of gold in that part of the countr}'. Me. 1825. son of Martin [1160] and Sylvia (Farris) Jameson. Me. Stacy. . took Horace Greeley's advice. Me. Catherine Hunter.^ Robert. 1S5S. F. 1367. 24. Condon. Lizzie S. r. THE CHILDREN WERE: John Lizzie E. Nov.Da-i'id Parker. where Mr. and have no children. 1848. in Machias. and in July of that year Mr. Jame. 1S98. Inez Gerri-SH [1513I. She died died in childhood. b. July 14. of fourteen years. 1832. Stacy married Nov.b. Mr. was born May 23. when a . Me. Wash. b. 29. Winneld Scott " Jameson (Santuei\ Samuel. They reside in Port Gamble. He married Dec.m.!.THE JAMESONS 1832. in Sebec. of Nathaniel and Almira E. 14. Me. in Ashland. in childhood. {Martin.. Vaughn [1515]. 273 ' She married Jan. 5. daughter of E. 187 i. 1S64. 21. IN MAINE. He was born Nov.

and. and bled profusely. and finally Gamble. with a paid-up capital of a hundred thousand dollars. The Seattle Post Intelligen'Cer. Whitney. Mr. Washington territory. fought years ago in California. you are the boy. of Port Gamble. refers to this incident came under an article headed U'ktit : saved a poet's life. Land and I. S. went. who has been logging and milling on Puget . 21.\-Governor Semple in Taconia when a curious thing took place A man walked up. commenced a retreat.Mr. who. : The following paragraph has been going the rounds of the press "Joaquin Miller. lumbering. He had drawn an arrow from Miller's neck when he was pretty far gone. and large wealth. now the state of Washington. said the poet's life at the battle of Castle Rocks. which was tlesnakes. cut off the head of the arrow with his knife. to Frazer river. but it was bound up.mprovement Companv. and four of the pursuing party. and dealing in For some years he has been the president and a trustee of The Sedro real estate. and Miller suddenly fell. who has become the wellknown poet. is well known. Jameson. and pulled it back and out. Mr. was walking with E. and having its general office in Seattle. a Pot/ Gamble Man did for Joaquin Miller. not only in Seattle. Jameson is a man of great business ability. two or three years ago. sterling character. tion fairly alive with rat- and sought protecby climbing into the scrub oaks and tying themand rest fast selves to the branches. after a while. Jameson. Jameson to his assistance. where they passed a well-nigh After several days of hard climbing and marching they reached Cattle sleepless night. after mining several years in Northern California. and Jameson attempted to make a circuit and cut oft' their retreat. Lane had one of his eyes shot out by an arrow." . and so the life of the Western poet was saved. but in all western Washington. It was an ugly wound. He has the confidence of business men. Jameson. in 1S59. and had a fierce battle with the Indians. placing his finger on the Yes. Wash. and the respect of all who know him. the flint head going completely through his neck. He has engaged in hotel keeping. settled in Port . where he has since resided. Whitney had his gunstock split into pieces. pierced in the neck by an arrow. In this attempt they ran into a small band of the Indians. in the sliarp encounter. and now the poet is very anxious to learn where the man can be found.274 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Lane.' It turned out that this man had saved left side of Miller's face. of Feb." The man for whom Joaquin Miller is seeking is no other than W. where for two seasons he followed mining and packing.Sound for thirty years. 1892. for he forgot both the address and the man soon after: : ' wards. Rock. Joaquin Miller. and.

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and Elliott his cousin. Rliel Williams " Jameson {Samuc/. No.^ Sainne/* Fred Patten Jameson. 13.^ Samuel. She died in Lynn... from Reno. Me. company with his elder brother. Alaska. Hanson married -Avu/i Kendal/. He died July 28. : He died in Port Gamble. in Sebec. 1S77.^ Sa?nuel* SamueP Martin. 1832. Sept. 1S56. of Virgil and Olive Brown. Patten Jameson.xploration.' iam'^). where Mr.. Satnuel. given to the Mr. 1375. Wash. She was born March 2. I. : Sept. Me. Martin. '"^ Corinth. enter- prising young men. was born Oct. Scott Jameson. They spent some time in prospecting for quartz in Prince of Wales Island. son of Samuel [1162] and Jane Vaughn (Wise) Jameson. was out last summer. July jo. 1849. 1854. who are wide-awake. N. — The Boston Eve ing Journal.Williatn'^). was born March 13.'^ IVI/ldaughter of Samand Jane Vaughn (Wise) Jameson. Jameson has two sons. t868. '^Charles Eihvard Hanson. but with what success has not been reported. May 20... Me. Brown. . Nev. 1374. uel [1162] THE ONLY CHILD WAS Frederic A. H. Me. Kendall died June 4. They resided in Atkinson. THE ONLY CHILD WAS Eva Frances Reference.THE JAMESONS For forly years he IN MAINE. b. Me. where Mrs. Ella Vaughn ' Jameson (Samuel. in Sebec..William^).'' Samuel. He was born in Dover. No. Mrs. Sept. son of Samuel [1162] and Jane Vaughn (Wise) Jameson. and by his cooperation and generous assistance financially this volume has been carried through the press and public. iS. iSg4. 1SS8.^ Martin. much as was their manhood. on a tour of e. Elkn E. with a fondness for adventure and frontier life. Edgar Wise Jamefather in his early Fred in son. b. 1376. 1894. Mass. has been interested in the research of family genealogy. No. Mass. Elliott Wilson ^ Jameson {Samuel. They resided in Cape Elizabeth. She married Sept. 1S99. He married Aug. daughter 1833. 12.. 3. 26. 1899. [1516]. Hanson died. was born Aug. They resided in Lynn. 1S69..

and in some way missed his footing and fell to the deck and was killed. Nev. No. 17. She married 1882. 19. 1839. yeremiah Martin. Memoranda.^ Martin.. in San Francisco. Agnes Margaret^ Jameson {Samuci.XES Viola. was born Nov. Jan. Anna Emma Jameson " {SamucI. b. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jennie Vaughn [1517]./' THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Mah.'^ Martin.. Me. Me. b. as they were going around Cape Horn. b. in Sebec. Salt Lake City. b. Me. 1899. iMr. 544 East St. Jameson died March 20. Nev. daughter of Charles [1170] and Ruth (Webb) Jameson. Ethel. 1S69. '' . \vas born She married 1865. May THE CHILDREN WERE: Clarence.Robert. Cal. They resided on Spring St. Scott Elliott [1519I.. Cal. Jnlia Octavia ' Jameson {Charles. Sara/i Ahhie Thompson. b. in Sebec. She married Nov. 1S77.— r/. Martin died March 17.ivm(Wise) Jameson..^ William''). 1S29. 1848.<. Martin John Henry Jameson {Cliarles. Martin died in 1S49 on his way to California. iS8^. They resided in Reno. KoADiciA Thompson [1518]. started on a sailing vessel for California. Portland. Mrs. was j.^ Samuch* Samuci. daughter of Samuel [1162] and Jane Vaughn (Wise) Jameson. 24.meson was accidentally killed by a runaway horse. Me. Memoranda. 1381..^ Ro/>ert.'' Martin. No.William^).^ Jlenry. in Guilford. Nov.^ Henry. 1378. son of Charles [1170] and Ruth (Webb) Jameson. Mr. He married July 19. 1S66.. sided in Bangor. b. 14. 7. 1S70.^ Samucl.^ Martin.276 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Harry Ballou [1520]. Osgood died June. Sept. Referen-ce. Jameson resides. 1S35. 1879. 1839. 30. /«/. Ac. 1843. Utah. 1872. daughter of Samuel [1162] and Jane Vaughn born Dec. George Sessions. Gardner Osgood. Me. i" Portland. 1380. 1895. p. Mrs. Feb. 1S73.'.Ballou! ill America. 1875. Nov. No. Curry Dinsmoue [1521]. b. He was born in Portland. in \A'estbrook.^ Samuel. 15. Me. July 4. 1828. Me. where Mr. giS. They re2. with her family in Reno. 1S83. Mr. Mrs. and one day. in Sebec. Ja. he climbed up the rigging. 4. She was lioin daughter of Elbridge Gerry and Sarah (Ballou) Thompson. 2. They reside at No. Me. 1849. was born May 21.Jfilliam'). soon after his wife died.

b. b. 1834. 1S6S. flesselsxueet: d. ^ Mrs. daughter of Timothy and Hannah (Merrill) Ayer. Hannah Merrill Aver. married June 21.izai>etu [1525]. 11 1. nee Drew. was born Sept. They reside at Duck Pond. She was born in 1826 in Naples. Me. Oct. John IIumphrfa" [1524]. 1898.. Jan. daughter 16. 1S97. Orrin Clifton [1534]. Salome Jameson resides. b. 1871. 1863. 23.* Robert^. m. He died Aug. 1857. March. in Westbrook. 1855. Jameson died July 20. 1859. Dec. He died in infancy. WtLLiAM Lincoln. They resided in Portland. in Portland. Oct. 9.i. 1383. Oct. Me.. April 6. She was born Whiting. . daughter of William and Hannah (Gould) Libby. March 5. 1842. E.-' Henry. Me. Me. 25. No.. H. 18S1. She married Sept. Teelzel. in Westbrook. Martha [1526]. Martin-. 277 Westbrook. 1831. Me. in Westbrook. Mr. Jllia O. 1895.. March 30. Jui. 30. Sarah Olive ^ Jameson {Clmrles. [1531]. in Poland. 1891. April 12. C. Fred Lee Andrews. Julia Jameson died April 22. m. He married April 23. Charles ThOrildlke" Jameson (C/?fly-/^j.' William^). No. Me. Chase. b. Jame17. Mrs. daughter of Richard and Amanda (Olmstead) Whitney. and Rebecca (Rogers) Nash. She died in infancy. 1829. April ig. Charles [1529]. Me. son of Charles [1170] and Ruth (Webb) Jameson. in Gray. Mr. daughter of George S. Jameson died March 7. Me died in early life. Oct. Mr. 1S5S. 1832. Mary Whitney. Me.\ Mariah [1523].ug. Nash. 19. 22. where Mrs. i86r. Mamie b. 1864. 1S90. Aug. George Washington" iZiXa. 14. in East Franklin. b. William ^ ). Jolui Albert Fmuler. b.'' Robert. 1891. 30.^ Henry. b. Mary Ei. May 27.William'^). b. . No. 187S. Me. 1S59. She was born March 16. Mrs. was born Jan. Westbrook. Nov. 1S97. 25. Jameson married April 17. II. Mich. son of Abijah and Electa (Whidden) Chase. 1865. Chase died 1834. He of Joseph W. b. 16 Portland St. son of Charles [1170] and Ruth (Webb) Jameson. 1872. : died in iiiEancy. 1862. [1532]. Dec. -Mrs. 1862. and removed about 1861 to Westbrook. b. and died May 15. James J.^ Robert. Jan. Chase married a second time. Me. and Jemima (Lyon) Drew. She was born May 30.^ Martin.^ Henry. 18(13.Sept. Julia Gerry. 1866. \Vhital. 27. Me. 1882. 1858. where they resided. 30. They resided in Westbrook. 1857. March 9. 185$. b. 1S64. 21. Portland. Nov. 15. Hannah M. Mr. 1S81. THE CHILDREN WERE CilARLKS Hkn'rv [1522]. ra. Jameson died. He married April 12. 1894. She was born July They resided in Detroit. Andrew Jackson 1834. b. Me. He was born May 13. 1867. where Mrs. was born Dec. 10. 1892. Mrs. son died July 16. . 12.. Salome ( Libby } Allen. Nov.[1527]. She died in infancy. 11. Me. Jameson married July 30. 1840. 28. Me. m. daughter of Charles [11 70] and Ruth (VVebb) Jameson. 1863. July 20. 1384. 1870. iSSg. Mr. Me.er. in May THE CHILDREN WERE: Alice May [1533]. in Westbrook. Me.A. Vt. Sarah F. 31. in Milo. 1385. THE CHILDREN WERE: Lillian [1528].t^WiiCharles. Sarah [1530]. at No.^ Martin. Ueiiry E. 189S.THE JAMESONS in IN MAINE. 1877.

. was born in Amherst. 1402. Memoranda. He married June 8. Jacob Smith. 1868.. Nov. 1SS2. 1870. Annie Smmi" Jameson (Thomdike Ckavcs. 7. Feb. b. 1387. Harriet W. . She married Nov. His opportunities for education were limited. IS. her father. and now reside at Wellesley Hills. 1S65. when a lad. 1827. of commanding presence. Memoranda. and maintained good discipline in the ranks. a few lines of which were as follows . He No. reside. . They resided in Bangor. Aug. I. 1866 Bertha A/. Chase. and became one of the largest manufacturers and shippers of lumber on the Penobscot river. 1855. 1S54. Mrs. /////« Augusta Lambert Sviith. Jameson died Nov. Wood. 1847. and returned to Boston. b. 1858. 1900. Aug. became a full-fledged down east lumberman. WHIiatn.. in Gorhani. Ebenezer Weston. b. Chase's father. 95 Tonawando St. b. 1874. May 28. Feb.'' Henry. Hatter Dative. and Eliza Jane (Weston) Lowney. She was born Oct. with such penetration and fidelity as to receive mention in verse. 1853. 23. 18S6. She was born Sept. Me. Harriet L.NEY. Me. removed with his parents to Oldtown. 1862. Chase married Feb. William Smuii [1537]. 28. Low. b.Mass. daughter of Hon. EloMa Yzqiiierda. was born about 1822 in Sebec. b. They resided in Boston. Eliza Jane Weston. in Roxbury. 20. 27. 2. and inspected the brigade Aug. d. April 20. Dorchester.^ Martin. WiLLiA.-Kug. Charles Davis " Jameson ( the children were: Jl'LiA [1535]. Mr. h. 20. 31.' Eoba-t. Me. m. He was born April 12. daughter of William B. H. m. Me. Me. Tliorndike Cleaves [1174] and Lucinda Lawrence (Otis) Jameson. son of William [1181] and Martha (Davis) Jameson. in Providence. She was born in Bangor. 1829. 1857. . Arthur IVilliam. which was also her mother's birthplace. June. Clarence A. Jameson. 5. Gen. 1845. 1S5S. Alice Cornei. Charles nAvis"[i536]. Mary E. June 28. June 23. May i. 1872. and removed to Upper Stillwater. THE CHILDREN WERE: IXA Eloise. As the colonel of a regiment of the Maine militia he was a fine officer. 1S59. was born Feb.. embarked in the lumber trade. May 3. 15.: 278 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.^ Mariin. Staten Island. She died in infancy. Mass. He did much to keep up the old military organizations of the state and to inspire and keep alive a military spirit among the men. Mass. 1891. June 25. 10. in Sebec. was born Dec. : . married Dec. b. N.William ). ' No. Me. 189S. Ian. -Harriet Weston Lowney. He was reared to a hardy life. Robert Gordon Ainory.. July 8. 1846. daughter of Ebenezer and Jane (Boyd) Weston.Me. She died in childhood. 1875. 19. at No. Flomice Miller. 24.^ Robert." William^). 1S54. Me. 6. 1S59. N. in China. b. Mass. b. 31. Perry. He was appointed division inspector. Mrs. They had five children Harriet Louise. Meanwhile he was active in politics and an enthusiastic commander of the state militia.'ia. Chase and her daughter. R.'' Robert. 1859. iMr. They have no children. daughter of Rev. Y. William J. in Bangor.. m. son of Jonathan and Letilia (Austin) Amory. July 2..\i B. 1843. m.

THE JAIMESONS IN MAINE. the sound of Ruffin's shot hurled at Fort Sumter startled the country. check and beating back the fierce onslaught of the famous Black Horse Cavalry of the rebels. for his efficient and distinguished service. He was with his regiment in the battle of Bull Run. Mechanicsville. Col." In i860 he was a delegate to tlie Charleston National Democratic Convention. The order of the Andfinds in fine condition. lS6r. At the head of his brigade he took a distinguished part in the battles of the Peninsula. to the rank of brigadier-general. and driving before him the Confederates. Mr. In the spring of 1861. whose engle eye <1ete<ls Of light or shade the smallest line inspects. and fought with conspicuous bravery at Williamsburg. the darkness coming on. was promoted. 1 86 1. penetrated the woods of Maine. the masterly handling of his troops in covering the reof our demoralized treat ^ forces. and placed in command of choice New York and Pennsylvania regiments. Jameson was the first man from Maine to be mustered into the service of the United States. while engaged in a large lumber business along the banks of the Penobscot river. nearer than it floated again until Grant led the legions of the Union army. Tyler commanding the Division. he hur- ried to offer his services his its life to the and government in defense against an armed and determined rebellion. colonel 1 His commission as was dated May 2. where his dauntless courage. Sept. and control of his troops on this occasion. and roused the people of the North to the unwelcome fact that war had already begun. 86 1. he received orders to fall . Keyes commanding the Brigade and of Gen. species. and at Fair Oaks. He was always foremost in the charge. and his holding in Charles Davis Jameson. His blood leaped in his veins at the indignity done to his country's flag and the assault made upon the integrity of Leaving his the Union. Young Jameson. in the depths of the forest. and in fact. where it is said he charged along the road toward and carried the stars and stripes nearer to the city of Richmond than any one during that campaign. he led the first troops from the Pine Tree State to the seat of war. and as commander of the Second Maine Regiment of Volunteers. his marvelous heroism. He was the first man to enter Yorktown. Malvern Hill. won for him and his men the admiration and high compliment of Gen. When full three quarters of a mile in advance. July 21. and was always very active in the councils of the Democratic party. 279 "Jameson'. although a Democrat. Jameson. business to others. 3. was a patriot.

^ Ah-. however. Very respectfully vour obedient servant. Brig. June Under the peculiar cirumstances of the case. at Gen. this statesman. the loyal part of the Democratic party for the governorship of Maine.xander. the honored and lamented Gen. McClellan. dictated Maine soldier. and in the songs of the poet. jg.-Gen. poet there shall arise name early History of Belfast. wilting of Kearney at Seven Pines. . to leave his command and his duties until the mark of death was '. whici) he bitterly regretted. Ae. while doing such splendid service on many bloody fields of battle. jemima Ann 1836. Jameson. Sedgwick's headquarters. Jameson reached home. J. JII. 31. 1S62. 1862. 1S62. 1862. And now on by a simple each return of Memorial Day a small flag waves above a grave marked tablet with this inscription. the commanding general desires that you will grant a leave of absence for seven davs to Capt. " Rkliinoiid lliat night or in heaven Such was the spirit and tlie fervor of the man and the great soldier. prime of life.WillCharles [1193] and . was born April (C/iar/es. will be on the pages of the historian. She was born about 1S42. V.\lice (Woodin) Jameson. Part I." And it arise and on fitting . The BanAppleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. S. Died IVov.^ Samuel. was a doomed victim to disease. E. N. Patrick. by Gen. sank away. daughter Patrick. commanding Second Corps. and in the Gen. and died Nov.\. overlooking the scenes of his manhood.\." has been truly written: "When at last the historian of that war shall when at last a pages tell the story of the innumerable battles who in fitting songs shall tell of its leaders and their brave deeds. /js-ijS. during the campaign on the Peninsula his health became shattered. alas. ^ Jameson iam'^). beautiful in its simplicity: CHARLES D.G. 'Twas the day when with Jameson. said Within this : " So that soldiery legend is still on its journey. p. . JAMESON. To. patriot. Headquarters General: Army of the Potomac. "/ would have been in back. refused. Thev reside in Brinnon. in St. 6. S. Gen. in St. and a future of still greater promise.^ Niw. Wash. to enable him to accompany to the North General Jameson. with a glorious record. His brilliant military career was ended. and he who had He fought so bravely the enemies of his country. . of Joseph and Ann New. gor Local Press. 1S62. 6. N. now very low at the White House. . Against twenty thousand he rallied the field. •' But for that " he said. in this quiet and obscure resting-place. was not forgotten in his native state. but in the autumn of iS6i he received the nomination of But. 35 Yeaus. Williams. on his brow. and of whom the poet Stedman. Jtf. who kne-cu not to yield. son of Jo/m AhwanJer. no brighter than that of him who lies in his silent grave. the hero of many fights. Adft General's Report. Isaac 17. 400.. Smith. Me. April S.vces. That story of Kearney. Sumner. honored grave. The lant following letter. B. Vol.— TV/f No. B.Me. /SipS. commissary of subsistence. firm Berry and Birney. shows the condition of the galand the appreciation of his services by the Union commander-in- chief.28o THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 13. lies the man whom McClellan more than once complimented in General Orders. Refere. and soldier failed rapidly. He married Aug. at his home in Stillwater. Maine. 1422. Jameson.

Esther Victoria. Sarah'' Jameson {Ckarh-s. Frank Er. 1874. the top smoothed. cupboard. with the children's trundle-bed rolled under it in the daytime. AhGi/l. He died 1S64. with its great "back-log" and its andirons piled with smaller logs and sticks. March 31. 1423. there being no sawmills. 1877. 1886. Within was a single room. B.b. June 12. b. 28. its roof of spruce bark instead of shingles. b. William Rupert.'' Samuel. Sara Florence Myhtle. In one back corner stood mother's bed. and painted red. 1S92. Mrs. April 18. b. He was born Jan. Joel Bonney. Sarah I. m. filling the humble room with glowing comfort. Andrews. b. She died in childhood. in St. 25. Mv Old Home! How well I remember that sunny little spot in the wilds The "clear: — ! ing" of a few acres. 1840. b" March 15. Dec. 27. 1S65. Clara Matilda. Nov. 1SS2. She married Jan. David James Alexa. b. 27. as it devoured the fallen timber and the ne." and made a little farm by felling the forest trees. Albert Jameson." cut from the side of a spruce tree. Albert Willis [1539]. 7. iSSo. B. Oct. Each of the five settlers had one hundred acres of "Crown land. completed the list of furniture. 10. June 23. He died in infancy. la/n^). 1S62. These unplowed "burnt lands. b. often gave better crops than the same lands yielded afterward with better cultivation. Andrews. and two chests. Such was my childhood's home in the backwoods of Charlotte county. i860. 1875. Aug. Benjamin. June 26. Jan. was born 10. Levick. 1870. 1882. b. June 24. N. b. infancy. which half filled one end. How we children delighted to watch whole acres of flame sweeping heavenward. and no little prince was ever prouder of his satin-cushioned chair than was he of this rustic contrivance. She died Memoranda. all homemade and painted. to which my parents removed when I was eighteen months old." tilled only with hoe or harrow. 1S74. b. where in cold weather glowed the old-fashioned fire. a stone fireplace.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 1S73. July 26. b. 16. 2. The older ones felt highly favored when permitted to sit on it a few minutes. Aug. He died in childhood. in early womanhood. m.' Ullldaughter of Charles [1193] and Alice (Woodin) Jameson. b. 27. 187S. 1899. N. June 9. This was my brother Geirge's seat. '" St. Nov. They resided in Dunbarton. 1893. 1S90. burning them on the ground. and a happy home it was Here were born my sister and five of my brothers. Mrs. Lucy Emma.. : 1S71. where Mr. Ont. b. in which stood the little log cabin. Mary D. THE CHILDREN WERE: June James Aliiert. 25. Joel Bonney Craig. 1S67. Dec. Sarah Jameson Craig sends the following reminiscences of her childhood's home which she entitles memory glimpses. carpeted with green. then planting and sowing among the black stumps and logs. 1S63. in Glen Rea. in 5. Martha Alice. B.* Alexander. 1835. b .^pril 13. though not in the log-cabin. with a roar and crackle like thunder and hail. its legs being three limbs sawed off to the proper length. Charles Henry. Craig died Oct. April 5. b. Craig resides.nder. N. 1S84.' Jolm Alexander. March 6.. made of the abundant spruce and pine timber. N. the boards sawed with a whip-saw. Oct. March 31. with its crevices filled with moss. 1S69. 1880. 30. with its hearth of broad. Dec. The piling and burning of " the choppings" are among my earliest and most fascinating recollections. and here we all grew up. the bark peeled off. a few chairs. and a table. THE CHILDREN WERE Flora May [i538]. which was soon replaced by a framed house. 1S67.\est Freeman. b. 26. with the addition of a " three-legged stool. B. No. flat stones. Nov. son of William and Martha (Jameson) Craig [1195]. 1865. 18. Charles Romeo [1541]. its one door and two single-sash windows.xt day to get ourselves so interestingly smutty throwing brands into the smouldering ! ! . our father's handiwork. George Washington [1540].

[1552]. daughter of DanThey resided in Norwich and in Hartiel and Jennette (Jones) Lamphere. Henry''' Jameson {Charles. . in Brooklyn. 18S5. [1549]. Feb. 1S93. till settlers could see from house to house. had a kitchen . Nov. in Pleasant Ridgie.. 22. in Rockingham Co. b. Mr. but whether it was too poetic or not. b. Heri. 30. Conn. 1SS5. William Henry James Harvey Kk. and encouraged to study and master other branches as we were Passionately fond of study and able. R. Our little shelf of books was my special delight.d [1548]. was born Oct. B. May S. 1900.njamin Harkis(in [1546]. Sept. Mr. and arithmetic. b. a day school until I was called to teach a little school myself. Conn. Y. St. especially deer of blue hills marked the course of the Digdequash river. though I never wholly gave up the Muse. . Jan. Dickinson. and when the pastor of the nearest church collected the fragments of an old . Jan. Mrs. -Mary E. b. 6. while on the south a line Game was plenty. We No. 1424. 1883. N. WasllillgtOll' Jameson {Charks. Many a fine deer father brought in on his shoulders to dress for food. Whittier's Ridge. b. Va. or saw the inside of. b. b. Conn. Lydia Ann Jameson died Oct.^ Jolm Alexander. Henry Howard Dickinson [1551]. daughter of Edwin E.monh Charlotte Harch. and Mary E. 1844. daughter of Robert and She was born May i. and the settlement became known as " Little Pleasant Ridge. [1544]. 1425.Sunday-school in summer. tic.Sunday-school library and sent them to us with a lot of similar odds and ends. and often robbed the cornfields or carried off a fat sheep.. iSS:. N. in Amherst. 1855. and right opposite our bigger neighbor. Mass. 23. daughter of Randell and Lydia Ann (Powers) Burdick. (Sheets) Secrist. b. No. Dickinson. in Preston..^ William^). iSSo. b. to the southwest. Conn. ford. and in Fulk's Run. She Ella A. 1876. THE CHILDREN WERE: Maiiel Helen Walter Ray. Jameson died Feb. [1543]. Jane (Hastings) McNie.Sept. dropping seed while she handled the hoe. writing. Aug. in Pleasant Ridge.! 282 fires ! THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. Jan. 5. Jameson married Dec. 9. Patrick. too. I made the most of every moment available for such employment. Secrist. 233 Jeflferson St. daughter of David and Ann E. Jameson married April 27. 1S7S. [1542]. Va. and was thought by myself and friends a poet indeed. iSSS. but the dream faded as life with its stern realities took its place. Lampherc. 17.^ Samuel Willson of Charles [1193] and Alice (Woodin) Jameson. son of Charles [1193] and Alice (^^'oodin) Jameson. b. Jameson married June i.ert a. Bears. and partridges. 25. 1S92. They resided in Hartford. in 1863. She was born They resided in Fulk's Run. ^ Lydia Ann Burdiek. iSSo. 18S4.^ John Alexander* Alexander. May 27. Pleasant Ridge. Mary JameMr. * Virginia son deserted her husband. Frances [1550]. my highest ambition for years being to see my name set high among the poetical stars of the century. Aug. 8. Mrs. 1856. [1545]. 13. 1SS7. 9. iam'^). Mr. ^ATary McNiel. or later to walk beside mother with a dish of corn or beans. Year by year the clearings enlarged. Hartford. 1864. and as the forest still receded we could see our big neighbor. Mary E. They resided in MysMrs. Patrick. [1547]. 17. July 5. 1877. so our parents taught us at home reading. was born March He married Sept. St. George Samiic/. d. Conn. My father gave the place the pretty name of Bloomfield. were more plenty than we'come. 12. 21.. it did not take well. writing. in Hartford. Jameson died March 3. b. 1842. so it happened that I never attended.'^ Alexander. They resided No." The settlers were too few to afford a school. A. She was born in Norwich. what a treasure they were to us I used to write rhymes and poems when a girl and occasionally later. 1896. 1877. 1868. Conn. was born June 30. B.- THE CHILDREN WERE Charles : Mary Alice i. N. 1867. Conn. He married Feb. Va.

Stephens.. No. 1899.. Mr. 1879. in Belvidere. 12. 27. THE CHILDREN WERE: Aliierta [1553!. Loffie S. June i."" Samson of Charles [1193] and Alice (Woodin) Jameson. 1893. The Hawley Record. b. b. 22. 1429. Pierce. m. b. 1848.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 1S93. No. They reside in St. Cora Smil/i. Dec. Nov. 1S94. March i. 12. then I changed my mind. born June 17. N. April 29. Edward H. B. Y. St. b. May. Sept.'' Samuel. Stanley. 1899. Arthur Herbert [1556]. He died in infancy. was He married Feb. b. 1876. Me. B. in Pembroke. They reside in No.. 5. yolm Alexander. b. 1888. 1857. m.^ John Alexander* Alexander.A. '^William Sniff. Roy Victor [1564]. was in Pleasant Ridge. July 28. 1S73. 1891. b. 18S5. Charles iV. March 12. 2. N. W. 17. St. 79 Turner St. born Feb. B. in Pleasant Ridge. John Howard" Jameson iiel^' William'").. Freda May [1558]. Ruth Mildred [1563]. Patrick. N. 1840. 1881. daughter of Jacob and Jane S. Mrs. b. 1S79. Charles K. was She married 1846. Patrick. N. b. Towers died March 21. Patrick. Towers married July 10. 1S97. b. 1S97. July 27. in St. They B. 1869. He was born March 25."Mways thought them drier than Ezekiel's valley of interested in genealogies. You ask sketch of my life and work. Charles Edwin' Jameson born Jan. (Wright) Colder. 1427. b. 1426. Mass. Stephens.'^ daughter of Charles [1193] and Alice (Woodin) Jameson. in Pleasant Ridge. Feb. 1873. Lilly Williavis. B.. 1S77. 1879. N.'' Alexander.William"). 1872. Walter Guv [1561]. Alice Myrtle [1559]. B. They resided in St. He married Aug. son of Israel and Jemima (Filamore) Scott.. 9. Marfha Jane Brannan. son of Charles [i 193] and Alice (Woodin) Jameson. 187S. Emery Albert. April 4. b. Buffalo.^ Giiesf. He was born May 24. in St. son of Edward and Deborah (McCurdy) Towers. ^jfohn Toivers. He died in infancy. Me. b. 1S74.. Clifford H. [1554]. b. Hugh Whitman Mr. William Edwin [1557]. (^Clmrles. as follows: ' am ' bones till I ' a brief . . GR. She was born July 31. July 31. Andrews. Brockton. (Guest) resided in St. 8. 1884. B. \ag. N. B. 23. Nov. (Cltarhs. stepdaughter of William and Mary Jane She was born March 18. 1876. THE CHILDREN WERE : [1555].. had to print one. b. Colder. June 21. b. Jameson " I writes from Buffalo. Nov. b. Oct. July 19. and No. 1877. 1854. 155 East Utica St. June ^he died in infancy. 1SS4. d. N. 14. Jan.^ John Ahwauder* Alexander. N. Leslie.CE Violet [1562]. N. A.^ Samuel. Y. m. 1S73. 1S71. 1852. St. Martha^ Jameson William'^). {C/tarh-s. Stephens. Cora May [1560]. Aug. 1880. in Calais. May i.' I have not done anything as yet worth writing about. N. 1840. 19. Alberta 29. 111. 283 No. 15. Stephens. July 10. 19. THE CHILDREN WERE: July 15. b.

in a home which my father built. ALtCE M. John then in Montreal three years. 23.. Charles. H.. i. . Am Kespectfiillv. 1892.- IVil/iam'^). Nelson Dingley. 24. " I 've been looking this over. d. Sarah Elleti {Lewis) Hale. in Boston three years. She married Sept. THE CHILDREN WERE. iSSS. was born Nov.' working about two years in St. 1885. Chester L.. in North Bridgewater. I returned to the land of the Blue-noses.'' wnnam? Samnei. H. 1SS9. 'C. Dec. d. ^Vynian St.\cton. and always have been a thorough teetotaler. George Harlow " Jameson {Jonas Packard. worked in several large printing-houses seven years. March Lola A. 12. during which time I married a neat little Yankee girl. ' ' ' ' grandchild of one of the |)ioneers of Lewiston. when sixteen years oid.^ Ullliam. came to Buffalo in January. Y. 1850. Maine. was born Me. in North Bridgewater. were taught how to shoot by the bewitchingest damsel that ever wielded the birch. He was 1878. Coding. never danced or played cards. with a whip-saw.. daughter of \A'illiam and Mary (Packard) I>ewis. Olive E. struggled for sixteen years with a rocky. by hand.'' /-Fi7//<7. three years. ' . and widow of Charles F.. in . If you can. in North Bridgewater. Mass. March iS. N. 1S52. 10.. N. stumpy farm. unplastered building where young ideas. in Somersworth. so secured employment in the job printing office of the Le-^oistoit Journal. " After a brief and pyrotechnic business venture. ried June II. No. Charles Sept. 1886. 1446. They have no children. Mass. never smoked or chewed tobacco. wnnam. never drank a glass of any kind of intoxicating liquor. She was born Jan. where they reside. . Hale. in North Stoughton. now Brockton. has entered Buffalo University Medical school. b. He was born Dec. March 28. E. They have no children. . Mass. 1854. 27. b. 29.// \). 1848.. 1873. 17. where I worked five years. b. " P. then started a small business for myself. 1SS8. was He marborn March 29. 1881. afterward Congressman. b." He oldest boy. was born in the New Brunswick backwoods. which latter occupation has enchained me even until this day. Jameson. Thomas Gay [1204] and Hannah (Coding) Jameson. Hugh W. b. She married May 15. graduated from the plough and scythe to the composing-stick and the ink-roller. Henry. and the same in average attendance. in the words " of Pat. where they resided. Make the most of it: My ' No. I determined to go where I could learn more of the business. Mrs. I guess that 's all..— 284 I THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. gets some of the opportunities I longed for in vain. June 21. 6. "After working three years in the printing-office of the Calais.' from six to twenty years of age. They reside in Somersworth. No.' Thomas. 27. born Dec. and can 't see anything good in it. Sept. in Niagara P'alls.IViliiam^). 1448. 1880. son of Benjamin and Avis (Smith) Tucker. April 10.^ WHHam. Mass. Advertiser. owned by Governor.daughter of Joel Perham [1200] and Prudence (Dudley) Jameson. N.* Martin? Samtte/. which I still continue. Effle' daughter of Jameson {Thomas Gay. 1855. 1882. Martha Adaliiie " Jameson {joci Pa-ham.S. for existence went to school first when twelve years old and attended less than a year a typical district school' in an unpainted. and have n't gone fishing for thirty years. 184S. after sawing the boards and joist from huge logs. son of Luther and Draxey (Brackett) Coding.'' Samiici. son of Jonas Packard [1202] and Sybil (Brett) Jameson.. Have been for thirty years a member of the Baptist church. My wife has been a member of the same church for twenty-six years. Albert Tucker.

was born Sept. N. THE CHILDKEN WERE: Edwix Hewitt. ). and Elizabeth (Hewitt) Brown. in St. Feb. daughter of Dr. b. Jajieson graduated June. Philip Brice [1568]. 1839. 1864. 1897. 1458. Ada Gerlruiie Morton. He married May 28. 27. in St. 1875. Oct. 1S74. b.Ephraim Hall Emcry. June iS. 1452. July 15. son of Hon. June u.nsfance. Mich. originally German.William'') son of John [1247] and Rebecca (Miller) Jameson. in Milburn. July April 1S90. JusEi'H Warren [1572]. Jan. b. 5. Charles Sumner [1571]. March 11. Louis. She was born July 8. 23.William^ She margaret (U'ood) Jameson. Ephraim Hall Emery (1209) and MarSamuel:.'. H. Gertrude Wood' Jameson (Eplniam Hall Emay. 1867. i860. Alden" Jameson (John. i5.^ Robert? Alexander. Mass. He died in infancy. 1865. in Somersworth. and Josephine (Dodge) Taylor. b.'. 25. ni. Jan. from the University of Rochester. Mink. ried Oct. 3. m.. 1459. Me. Mo. III. 1S97. was born Jan. He was born in Ithaca.William^). He married Aug. May 15. Mo. 8. 23.. Oct. Sept. 1887. George L. H.* Martin? Samuel. Y. Helen Co.^ Samuel. Mich. {. but removed in May. He died in infancy. No. Allen Theodore. H. in Waldoborough. daughter of She was Isaac and Lydia (Flanders) Mink. Edward Everett [1570]..' born Aug. Sept. 1S94.. 1894. 18S7.^ Thomas. the children were Alice Maria [1569]. in Windsor. b. 1896. She died in infancy. Louis. N. b. 189 1. 1897. 1862. N. Minkwitz. Me. : 30. III. June 18. 5. 1S83. lone Taylor. They reside in Walthani. 1899. daughter of Thomas Gay [1204] and Hannah (Coding) Jameson. m.^ daughter of Rev.William '). They resided in Chicago. 25. 29. b. son of Rev. i860. 1899.^ yames. son of George and Hannah (Carter) Seavey.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. 5. was She married Sept. b. Lola Annie " Jameson Thomas Gay. Aug.^ Martin. Mr. 1866. N. b. David B. Henry Allen' Jameson the children were : David Emery [1565]. 285 No. He was born Alhcrton Seavey. 31. AfARGAREr Jameson. Jan. b. 1471. m. No. Edyth Taylor [1567].'' Martin. 21. 1893. They reside in Detroit. 1893.A'titliariiie Sage. 1894. to St. 6. 30. Aug.. 1S36. Gertrude May. b. born Feb. Robinson. was born July 4. Mr. Jameson is of a literary turn of mind. Aug. b. 1885.Ilwmas. 1863. No. They reside in Somersworth. 21. Ephraim Hall Emery [1209] and Margaret (Wood) Jameson.^ Thomas. Dec. \1&t . Giles T. 128 Hamlin Ave. in Harrington. ( No. 1889. Bayard Taylor Brown. Louis. and has written short stories for publication. b. March 11.'^ Martha Salmon. Mo. d. 1898. 111. Memoranda. Asenath A. . Henry Allen [1566]. \i<)i. 9. He has been connected for eleven years \vith various mercantile houses in Chicago. 24. 1S92.

The studies were. Dec. b. Keniston. (Hall) Jameson.." Jameson {Matthias. and a : His large dealer in lithia water. Riten. 1882. He was born May 3. 1879. Jameson for many years was the proprietor of Commonwealth spring. 1475. daughter of Matthias [1250] and Sarah C. Rockland. 24. Jameson writes "I am a graduate from a little red schoolhouse in Windsor. Lenora" Jameson {George G? Oliver.' Janws} Robert.William''). 1S72. I left my mark that has been there ever since. b. Boston. 1876. 1843. b. Aug. Waldoboro.Alberta. '/iV(?(////. son 16. [13 12] and Sophia R. taken down in 1900. Mass.^ Paul. ig Hammond St.. ginger ale. He was born March 29. Me. 1S76. '^ .^ Alexander. C. Sept.Mr. 14. ' " No. 14. Me. 37s-. THE CHILDREN WERE: Arthur . 19.^'^ . . twelve weeks in summer. May Mabel Frances. 1SS3." spring election of 1887. Albert Morse Ryan. 68 Camden St. and Rcfinetic. Mass. Me. She married June i.. 12. 4. Ten weeks' scliooling in winter. Carrie . off in the Rum and Romanism cut my head I did my duty faithfully. They reside No. The building was place of business was No. Charles. . (Low) Jameson.xcept that of a selectman of Waltham : for one year. d. daughter of George G. He writes "1 have never held any office e. Nov.William'''). son of Henry Morse and Mary Walker (Goodnow) Ryan. and other effervescent table waters. 187 1. Memoranda. b. i Pemberton square. pp. Me. and a large and handsome block is being put up in its place. iS5o. References. in Liberty.£. 1873. was born April She married Nov.. 1S46. ^7<5- — The Dtnose Family. in Waltham. was born Oct. and Mehitable (Chase) Keniston.Me. Ida Anna. Carrie ^''i S.286 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. of Joseph F. Mr. where they reside No. 23. 1849.Albert. in Rockland.

20. b. Harrison. b. (Har mon) Jameson. BioN E. Me. in Monhegan : Me. Mar M. No. 1S92. i?/c-/.JViliiam^]. for two years. /f/. 1SS6. studied law. b. They reside in Friendship.. 18S4. 2'asais Atwood. He was born Feb. Atwood was graduated admitted to the bar in June. Mr.^ Martin. b. No. Me. Me. 30. 13. 1894. 1513. Oct. John 1867. June 3. was born She married Aug.Wash. IN MAINE. . 1854. 1504. April 27. daughter of Daniel [1355] and Lenora (Patterson Jameson. b. the practice of his profession. and is a leading lawyer in Auburn. and elected.of Stephenson and Catherine (O'Callaghan) Condon. Will). 19. from Jan.- Wash. 1853." Jameson (Z^<7«/>/. 287 Island. 1S83 of Auburn. was born Aug. Sept.If Sa)niicl. He continues 1885.^E Leona. 28. 8. Inez Gerrislr Jameson field Scott '' ( ^viu- Sam ui. THE CHILDREN WERE: Wri. She married Jan. Sept. Dan id \ Jamt's\ Martitt^. 1878. ard W.. 7. where they reside. 1S76. 15. b. Laymond.« Jeremiah.THE JAMESONS ing) Whitney.HELMiNA J. daughter of n- W i Scott [137 3 and Lizzie S. in PortGamble. Me. . He was born July 24. i«94iSc.6. THE CHILDREN WE. in Lincoln... from May. 1865. son . 9. Condon.' Helen E. where they reside. attorney of Androscoggin Co...' Samuc!. 1871.^ Jen-miah. field in Port Gamble. Sept. b. Me.. 1879 made city solicitor in Bowdoin College. He was born Sept. iam'^ ) in Auburn. Oct. Oct. 1SS9. son of Harrison and Sally (Vosmus) Atwood. Memoranda. I..

Mich. la. James J.. b. son of John Earl and Phcebe Jewett (Blake) He was born Sept. was born Oct. 30.'' Robert.266 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1889. (Ayer) Jameson. He was \?>()\. THE CHILDREN WERE: Dorothy. 1898. KCIunles Thomdike. 1861. Canada.. in Fryeburg. 20. son of William and Jane (Best) Teetzel.— 77/f Kimhill Genealogy. Mich. is by trade a mechanic. where Mrs. No. Mary Elizabelh" Jameson {70///1 Hcm-y. was born Dec. la.xira.. at No. 1528. (Ajer) Jameson. Mich. 1868.. Me. in Detroit.. Me. in Fingal. Hesselsweet died March 9. Ralph Lee. b.Williajn \). Clarence E. THE CHILDREN WERE: LoY Earl. 19. Mr. No.'' Charles. 1897. b.'- Charles. 27. 25. Lillian ' Jameson Charles Tlwmdike. Hesselsweet. Me.^ Martin. Detroit. son of John and Lucy (Bulzer) Hesselsweet. She married Nov. Tecizel. 1531. June 21. since then in Exira. THE CHILDREN WERE: [2. i. 1897. in Portland.'' William^). She married Dec. Fred Lee Andrews. 134 Congress St. daughter of Charles Thorndike [1383] and Mary (Whitney) Jameson. in Detroit." Robert."" Martin. 1S92. daughter of MaiMlKr Jameson {yokn Henry. April 25. They resided in Cranston. in Westbrook..'' Robert. They reside No. Me. "^ Martin. They resided in Chatham.Charles. He was born Aug. S34..^ Martin^ John Henry [1382] and Hannah M. Mich. 1856. 14. ( THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Earl Henry. 1858. iSg6. 1897. John Albert Fira'kr. 15. 1526. Julia Olive' Jameson . 30. Mary Loretta. 1862. WiNFiELi) Scott Jameson. until 1881. was born Jan. She married Nov.William^). 1S90. H. 1S95..' Robert. b. 1891. No. 1900.^ Henry.Henry. He was born Dec. No. daughter of Charles Thorndike [1383] and Mary She married (\^'hitney) Jameson. N. g. Memoranda. Andrews E. Aug. son of Isaac Stearns and Ann Augusta (Colby) Andrews. 21. b.^ Charles.' Henry. 1525. 1868. b. 10. Ontario. 627 Third Ave. Aprfl 21. June 27. but for some years has been a merchant in Referknces. 1895. where they reside Fowler. daughter of John Henry [1382] and Hannah M. in Westbrook. was born Sept. 1041..^ Henry. Jan. March 6. and in Fryeburg. Oct. pp. 1863. 22. Williain M. Me. born July 7. 1851.

June 24. They reside No. in Detroit. 5j. June. son of Gen. Mich. . and Louisa C. he escaped to bles began Shanghai after going through Mrs. b.'' Marling'' William '). Then he went to China. 301 West Forest Ave.. in Bangor. (Cheek) Whitaker. 1886. THK ONLY CHILD WAS: WvLlE Miller [1574].^ Mar- Thorndike [1383] and Mary (Whitney) Jameson.^ Henry * Robert. Whitaker. Mamie Jameson ^ {C/ia>-/cs Tkomdike. Esq. in Mason Co. Charles Davis' Jameson {Charles Davis. China. Mr. daughter of Wylie B. Charles Davis [1402] and Julia A. la.. Detroit. He was born Oct. Iowa City. 111. Henry E. Tenn. the daughter of the late is Wylie B. They resided in Iowa City. After graduation for three years he was assistant superintendent on the Memphis & Charleston Railroad. 1855.^ Charles. 1532. was born July 2.. Opinior. 21. 1870. where he remained eight years. 27. Mich. Miller.xican Central during its construction. Charles Davis Jame Rekerknce. 11. No. Me. Y. 1890. where he has been ever since engaged in railroad work as a member of the Pekin SyndiWhen the Boxer troucate. and resigned the position on acIn 1887 count of ill health. son of John B. Since 189s in born in Memphis. No. division engineer on the Me. b. 1S91. She was Florence Miller. She married Nov. Jameson fitted for col- lege in the Bangor public schools and graduated in the class of 1876 from Bowdoin College. : Dec. tin"- Williani'). Mass. Boston. and Louisa (Pope) Miller. Memoranda. He married June 2 3. N. year in the Institute of Technology. 1858. Jameson great perils. was born July 20.. and De Lessep's one year on He taught a canal at Colon.THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. daughter of Charles THE ONLY CHILD WAS Laurence Edwin. (Smith) Jameson. 1SS7. he accepted the chair of engineering in the State University of Iowa. 1S95. iSSg. 1536. of New York City.'' iviniam. /. L..^ Hobcrt* Robert. Me. Brunswick.— /'h/'Z/V May 4.

They Elodia [1578a]. 1S97. and N.." Alexander. 1864. was born Oct. WiLLL\M [1577]. (Smith) Jameson. Charles Davis [1402] and Julia A.\ican life." Robert. in Leon.xico. L. where he took large contracts on sugar haciendas. 1858. Elodia Yzquierda. B. vvillmm ^Miiii :\. He had a concession from the Mexican Government tor ten years. b. importing the latest sugar machinery for refining sugar from the United States..\'ico to put upon the market pure white sugar. in St. Mr. Pierce.^ Martin^. He has made a success of liis Me. No one in a certain large part of Mexico could put up any of the improved machinery but himself without his consent. Twin Daughters.^ Samiiti. daughter of John Howard [1427] and Martha Jane (Guest) Jameson.r////£z. Alberta Jameson r<'//'/ Howard:' Charles^ yohn A/exaiidcr. Fierce. Charles [1578]. was born July 8. iSgo. iSSS. Jameson studied at the University of Maine after preparing at the public schools of Bangor. She was born Nov.'^ WHHam. in Stillwater. 1897. became much interested in the sugar boiling houses and remained three years. He married June 28. Oct. where they reside. b... b. They reside.Williain^'). Memoranda.^ Robert. b. 1874. He then went to Me. all before had been the color of coffee-crushed sugar. 1882. THE CHILDREN WERE: Ji-LIA Elodia [1576]. lived but a few davs.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.. son of Samuel D. [1575]- Mary She died at the age of five years She died at the age of nine months. in Brockton. Was the first man in Me. Mass. 1554. He went to the Sandwich Islands when in his teens.. Stephens. Mexico. His contracts on the haciendas consist of putting up the sugar machinery and staying one season during the grinding of the cane. . — No. Me. %ox\ of Gen. William Smith' Jameson (C/tarks Bavis.ii .«'). 1S99. Emma M. ( THE ONLY child WAS: Helen Emma. 1900. Charles N. She married June i. 12.

in Bremen. 1847. Jolm. He was wounded twice served in the army in the Philippines. was born Feb. 1S91. in Charlestown. 6. Sept. (Mink) Jameson. Conn.^ /a»ies. THE ONLY CHILI) WAS: Alice [1579]. Relief. George Morton.'' Willium THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Gordon Rogers [1580]. was born Feb. Mass. Mass. reside. B. 5. with an office in No. 1864. Conn. He married Cora Smith. in Hartford. They 1898. in one day. in Hartford. Mass. He has so far recovered as to be at present in hospital service. 21. b. -Xat/iarine Sage. Mass. Mrs. 21. N. In 1898 she resided in East Milton. He died Oct. Jameson 10. Mass. N. (Mink) Jameson.^ Jolm. Martha Jameson died Dec. in Waltham. Jameson has No. in Her mother was born Rounds. Mass. Dennis Sage.. Jameson married Oct. son of Charles Edwin [1429] and Lottie S. Mrs. son of Alden [147 i] and Asenath A.. 24. S. Mrs. 1874.. Remarried Oct.'' William'^). She was born July 30. Boston." William'^).'^ Alexander son of Alden [147 i] and Asenath A. Room is the manager of The Whitlock Machine Co. in Waltham. "- {Alde>i. 70 Kilby street. Nov. 25. 1S92. Y. 1866. 1900. was born April 27. 1873. Jameson's Me. No. 1852. 7590. was born Aug. ^Martha She Salmon. 29 Arthur Herbert' Jameson (C/iar/es Edwin. Mass. Manila Bay. on board the U. He married Sept. — The Boston Evening Journal of Dec.. Mass. Memoranda. Mr. was born Sept. 1887. 1556. John.^ Samuel. 1890. March. Martha Jameson's father. 77.^ James. reside in Buffalo. in St. \z.^ Robert. Eng. . Conn. No. Ada Gertrude Morton.^ Alexander. They reside in Wollaston. daughter of 14. Her mother was born Oct. in West Somerville. March 17.^ Ckarles. 1897. 1S66. was born Jan. Edward Everett' Jameson ' ). Northamptonshire. iSgg. Katharine Jameson's father. 1810. 28. Mr. where theyreside. in East Lexington. 1571. Dennis and Larcy Welden (Rogers) Sage. 1868. 1839. Refere.^ John Alexander. Charles Snraner' Jameson (Alden. hospital ship. 1879. 1817. was born Jan.vce. daughter of Cornelius and Caroline Emily (Squiers) Salmon. 21. and died July 26.^ Robert. b. Mr. Mrs. Mass. was born May 12. Cornelius Salmon. 30. iSgy. in MidHer mother was born dletown. May 21. and he was shot through his right shoulder. daughter of George and Emma Isadore (Wellington) Morton. 30. She Memoranda. and died April. 1871.1 THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. in Boston. 8. Memoranda. 1S28. 1570.'- Alexander. father. They (Colder) Jameson. his left arm was broken.

Job. 9. d.3.. Caroline /!/. m. Dec. Simon. June 22. son of Job and Sarah (Crandall) PenThey resided m Hope. b. May 3. 1782. m. 1S63.. John and Mary (Lamb) Mclntyre. 1864. ^ Sarah A. 1S3S. Dec". 1849 Elizabeth P.. leaving a widow. who married Sarah Crane. d. Me. J'a/nes Weed. 8. 1S13. 6. 1850. b.m. Henry C. 1815. was of the town of Hope. Feb. Lora A. m. Nov. Dec. 1820. b. Eliza IV. b. 7. Sept. Sept. 1844. Wright. i860. Barnard lugraham. b. 1858. Silas S. 1S71. b. : Nov. Warren Bills.. 20.. b. 1816. Laura Ann. Elvira L. m. 1S53. Howard. 1847. Me. m. William Hewitt. Nov. in Warren. Sept. b. d. b. 2. 1S79. daughter of Seth and Rachel (Copeland) Vose. was born March 30. Nellie E. 7. May 18. daughter Sarah. 14. Charlotte A. 1795. 1S73. 29. who married Betsey Crane. 2. T. July 19. Wilkins. 1S62. Mrs. Me. Calvin Crane. 1809. Anson. 27. Aug. dleton. 23. b. 6. 10. b. m. Walter Hewett. m. was born Oct. : Adella /'. Me. Lois H. b. m. 1832. m. 1S20. March 5. b. 1S47. and Mr. April 17. March 15. Dec. b. 1S19. b. Mary. Betsey. son of Jason and Margaret (Howard) Bills.. d. 1836. He died March. m. They resided in Hope. d. 1790. b.. where Mr. Amos Boyce. 8. Dec. b. Tan. July 27. b. F. Feb. married Calvin Crane. J. They had ten children. Me. June 29. b. 1824. lo^ 1S20. I\lclntyre died Aug. Wilson. 18. April 25. Sept. They had four children. 1S5S. Jacob Siblev. d. Jan. April 12. 20. 1823. 1770. Aug. Crane married a second time. 25. 1828. 1581. Nov. Freeman Warren. She was born. Mary E. Stephen Boardman. viz. bSarah A. Pendleton died Nov. b..THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.. 1S53. 1825. d. and widow of John Mclntyre. b. 1843. William Allen. m. 1888 Jane. d. They had fourteen children. 1S24. m. In the latter place Mrs. d. Jan. 1810. Pendleton. 18 14. Me. m.. Sarah. i83r. Isaac Javieson Hicks [9S5]. 28. Julia. 1830. b. 1857. d. b. 1899. 1816. viz. William Hewett.. Me.. i8i. 1827. Crane died Jan. Dec. Crane died May 3. THE CHILDREN WERE: Elizabeth Jameson. viz. her first husband. 7. d. 1S84. . m. Job Pendleton. iS. 187 1. 28. 1S40. 1875. Riifus. 1840. 5. Albert B. June 11. May 8. 1870. 1808. who married Eliza W. 16. They resided in Warren. Ann H. b. 1893. John. Joseph riiovias. d. 1817. 1884. Priscilla Mansfield. March 30. Me. Betsey Alford. May 24. 1824. 1S59. Feb. Lydia A. resides in Hope. in Northport. April 21. Me.. was a son of Capt. d. Crane died March. 5. daughter of Lora and Lydia (Montgomery) Alford. Nov. Dec. 1867. where Mr. d. son of Seth and Hannah (Copeland) Crane. Aug. 1S18. 1808. A/ary Htx. b. 1792. Oct. b. i86o. BoYCE Crane. b. Seavev. Warren Bills. 1S21. Crane died. m. Simon and Calvin. d. Aug. No. 1 . He was born 1757. Nov. 12. 1855 They had nine children. in Hope. only son of Calvin and Elizabeth (Jameson) Crane. Aug. 1814. who. Sept. 17. Emetine. Job PendUtot!\ d. Mary (lose) Mclntyre. 1S19. 1820. May 19. 18. where he died Jan. . viz : Aug. Littleton Pendleton. Oct. d. 7. 1822. Me. d. 3.. Nov. 1S40. Feb. Mr. 7. Crandall William. childhood. 2. Betsey. m.. d. b. Metcalf. d. d. John F. married Betsey She was born June 24. 26. 1826. 1817. 1788. Emma P. 1815. 1S45. b. Mr. Me. Dec. Dec. Sarah £>. Dec. Sarah M. m. Coding. 1 79 1. m. b. Mary Crane died May 13. 1S27. 1829. b. Gilkey. 13. 25. 1S60.Phoebe m. d. 1S79. June 7. Mrs. m. John L. B. 181 1. Mathews. b. Lyford. 1S58. Newbury. -Mrs. 1848. March 31. Hannah. 1822. Dea. 16. 1S70. 1SS2.. 1843. d. July 11. Crane married.. May 5. b. Amanda Boardman. b. m. Memoranda. in Warren. 1813. m. 2. April 12. 1S43. d. 22. in Warren. 12. E. Alford. Emily L. Nov. : . b. 11. 1S17. William. m. Feb. 5. 18. of and Katharine (Montgomery) Jameson. John Mclntyre. who died in b. Aug. b. Ambrose Pendleton. 1S27. They resided in Warren and in Hope. 5. m.. d. 24. BoYCE. b. i . Me. in Gushing. 29. Laura E. 1849. Nov.

20. in the family of No. S7.No. where they died. viz.. went to Ohio. Brown.. Life W. II. p. Clarissa. p. Huse. was born Me.. who married IN MAINE. No. The Annals as Samuel Jameson. Me. — History of Union. Jameson. 426. Reference. Dec. Ezekiel P. 3. parentage and years of age. viz. 20. 1861 .. Samuel B. 8. 1 87 1.. 1584.. Me. pp. He was born in Warren. UEFEREycE. July 6.. 23. 1587. 1844. m. parentage and birth unlvnown. Calvin Crane. Jameson. b. was born Jan. Union. Me.. b.— 77. Maria Jameson. p. 29. 1821. : Hannah Elizabeth C. 1S46. parentage and birth unknown. Me. in : March 17. Union. Mdviiuj. March 25. 9.^ History of Union. 1S23. Job P. Feb. Reference. No. married William Boggs. in South Thomaston. Eliza B. in the family of Josiah Sterling. b. Weeks. No. in Thomaston. Robert C. 1849. 1869. Me. 181S. d. 20.. of Warren. 29.. Me.THE JAMESONS Bernard Ingraham. where they resided. Sarah Jameson. Aug. M. res. Hannah F. Me.— 7X(? History of Thomaston and Rockland. 1586. Ellen Jameson. . 1872. as eleven Reference. Pierce. 152. b. 2 Phoebe Windsor.— The History of C^nion. Bernard Bovce. — The History of Union. g^. m. They resided in Hope. S^. 27. Me. p. Feb. . S-j. Feb. 1S91. Isaac Ja. 1 Susan S. Feb. Oct. m. 1793. d. 3. References. 1S26. Me. in the census of 1850 was recorded as five years of age. Me. son of Job and Lucy (Tolman) Ingraham. in the census of the family of Ziba Simmons. soy. May 10. b. in the family of Ebenezer McPheters. was recorded in 1826 one of a family of five persons resident in School District No.. in the census of 1850 was recorded as eighteen years of age. Me. soS. m. Hosnig. parentage and birth unknown. Me. p. Ingraham died Dec. d. Sarah. b. b. b. Mary Jane. Perry. Union. in South Thomaston. d. — The Annals of Warren. Mrs. 2. 20. m. unknown. Me. Me. parentage and as birth in 1850 was recorded Union. Reference eight years old. They had four children. 1S20. IVIe. April 25. Jan. Lydia A. 75. 31artlia J. Sept. Rei'ERENCES. i. 21. Elizabeth O. Abner B. d.. Margery Keniston. Mr..— TXir History of Union. 1582. 1S20. Nov. m. Union. ™. 18 iS. 1829.. was recorded John Oakes.meson Hicks. pp. . 1798. m. who married Mary Crane. May 11. 6j6. b Nov.Sept. Me. birth unknown. 1585. Nettie Holbrook. 293 Crane. where they resided. Mcintosh. 1859. Me. p. 16. son of John and Mary (Bradbury) Boggs.. No. 1835. d. 1S49. Andrew J. 1583. Ingraham died Aug. parentage and birth unknown. Vol. They had nine children. b. m. May 4. 1S32.. William.

(Higgins) Burley. N. 1599. p. : Crane. Reference. tion on his estate granted Feb.T . Me. in Miramichi. Jameson. June 3. daughter of — The Dwight Family. Sarab Jameson. died Jan. Jameson. married Henry Snow. Me.— Zy^e- D. They lived in . Me. Me. iSs. Reference. No. — The Drake Genealogy.. 183 1. p.. Jameson. 12. Me. Miss Jameson was Mr. Vol. viz. Jameson.\r [1595].. Belfast. 1592. 1S29. "Philip Grinnell and wife were removed Aug. mariner. Natbailiel Jameson. ^ from Liberty in 1834. Irene Drake. Mary K. children. parentage unknown. Me. Oscar.294 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. ly^. Lucy Me. Jan. 1789. corded on a gravestone in the cemetery. son China. the children were 25.pril 21. Aaron and Eliza Dwight. 1S31.. — The History of Union. is found re- No. No. 1806. married Catherine Cooper. all They had three China.-itinals of IVarnn. George James [1596]. i. parentage unknown. X.— r/if Records of York Co." and reburied in Union. parentage and birth unknown. Grinnell's second wife. M. parentage and birth unknown. B. pp. iqo. 17. 3. [1598]. She was born Jan. Me. They had a son ]Villiam. 7. Me. in of ilary J. Edwin. Me. No. Dwight. b.nces. daughter of Boyce and Katharine (Kellyhorn) Cooper. birth unknown. Robert Jameson. married William He was born William and Elizabeth (Libbey) Crane.. aged eight years. pp. married Philif GrinncU. parentage and Reference. 1823. Inventory. Melzar and Hannah (Mooers) Drake. £t. daughter of William Eaton and Sophia H. He married Union. married May 1853. Reference. b. : Melz.f. daughter of Hon. Refere. They resided in Ludlow. . 1593. Me. 13S1 4S7No. . parentage and birth unknown. jsb. George Sbepard Jameson. Alton. 1852. 1805. loi. Harriet P. S/j. Rev. son of He was born Nov. — The Descendants of Giles Burley.. to Letters of administraBillings of Kittery. 1589. m. No. married Mary Elizabeth Burley.A. p. Elizabeth [1597]. 1590. Cunningham. in Bailey and Reliance (Spooner) Grinnell. Reference. 1594. late of Kittery. S2y.

Reference. 1833. Me. pp. 22g. Aug. 6. . XL VIII. — Probate Records of Lincoln Co. in birth unknown. 18. married Aug. died June 15. Sent". married March 5. probably Me. —Neiu Eng.^' Families of Saco Valley. References. was recorded late of Warren. 1836. Me. 7/0.. 1868. 1604.— 77.— THE JAMESONS IN MAINE. Vol. 1600. Me. 29s No. Me. Edward C." Company from July to Found in the Muster Roll Novem' 1722. Ser' to Jn.— 77. Gen. and Emily (Conant) Clark. No. America. p. 1603. They had two b. children. John Jameson.Conant Family in 2. was born March. Oct. No. 1602. daughter of Andrew J. Reference. Gyles.. Jameson. 23. 444. Isaac S. Register. He was born Aug. p. son of Abraham and Emily (Wentworth) Conant. Reference. viz. 1S69. in Hope. Bangor. of Col° Shadrack Walton and Affairs in Maine. 1795. 1S35. p. William Jameson. BOJ'Ce Cooper Jameson. 1601. Hist. : IN D. parentage and birth unknown. joy. 1S65. '*JmS JamerSOn. Indian 2S1. Sn//y Haley. a son of the above. in Saco. No. No. married Abram Conant. b. Lydia F. parentage and birth unknown. parentage and aged forty years. parentage unknown... She Hunililb Jameson. Clark..

. H. if he had any. have no discovered record. N. 1737. Mary Smith. but of him nothing is known after 1665. But following out the plan hitherto pursued in this volume those earliest on the ground will receive the first mention. in 1652. H. except that John mentions "cousin Thomas of Londonderry"' in his will. already mentioned among the Jamesons in Massachusetts." was one of eighty persons to subscribe his name to " Proposals of Peace. Only the descendants of William Jameson. b. the children were James : William [1607]. were New Hampshire Hugh Jameson : No. He removed in 1779 to Manchester. survive to the present time. later Windham. H. who appear about the same time in Londonderry.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.. and his descendants. H. William Jameson. m. in January.. N. H. Jameson. So far as appears. so far as appears.. d. Mass. N. under date of "London Derry. and still The Jamesons in surviving. Vt. July 27. in that part which in 1742 became Windham. birth. viz. About eighty years later there were three persons of the name. He came to Boston. So far as there is any known record the first person of the name of Jameson to set foot on New Hampshire soil was Patrick Ja. Memoranda. but with a single exception have at this writing no known living descendants. Mr. 1659. Statement. resided as early as 1737 in the southeasterly part of Londonderry.meson [14]. and marriage unknown. 1812. and Thomas Jameson [1648]. 1736. April y' 19''' 1737. " To our . 1606." addressed. [1608]. N. whose descendants are the most numerous and his brother Thomas Jameson of Dunbarton. How these Jamesons were related to each other is unknown. and was admittedan inhabitant of Dover. where he died. parentage. N. There were others of the name who were settlers in the state a few years earlier. William Jameson [1606]. John Jameson [1647].

and so joined with others in sending a communication in which were stated what seemed to them reasonable grounds for a complete reconciliation and a Christian recognition of the new order of things. William Jameson was chosen " Sevear of the Easterly side of v' Parish." and to this interesting paper were appended eighty signatures. and the transaction was recorded as follows petition : " William Jameson and James Jameson in Windham Range This farm of Manchester. Jameson was a party to transactions in real estate.meson was chosen. Daniel Aiken. 4g-Sf. Deed given to James Moore Oct. in Ohio. 12. xa." 2. Vt. H. 12. and adopted March 8. 1742. b. and was also elected tirst selectman of Windham. The new town took the name of Windham. 1775. 174S by James Campbell.fp. Hazole) d. in the east part of Windliam. 1742. in James ^ Jameson WilHam '). m. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jane [i6og].. d. 10. it is said. a little north of the present site of the Manchester and Lawrence railroad in East Windham.. March 9. N. 1742. H. mAMary Aiken. sold. and the necessary withdrawal of those resident in that locality from the old congregation seems to have disturbed the peace of their Christian brethren of the old church..-/)' Town Papers N. Jameson was one who desired peace. We was granted Feb. son of William [1606] Jameson. R. in 1736. b Jan. b. Oct. not far from what has been known as " The Whitaker Place.. N. Vt. was born He married J/rtri' ^w/Z/i. 1749. a farm in 18S3 was owned by Isaiah Haseltine. He went to Ohio. H. XII. N. constable of and his brother Windham. by William Jameson. 1847. William [1612]. 437-440. H. They resided ( H. Exeter. his sons. The places owned by Mr. Proceedings of Register of Deeds Office. Memoranda. when theyremoved to Manchester. Deed given to William Deed given to Alex. 1754 by William Jameson. Deed given to Thomas Jameson July 15. Jonathan Aiken. N. in Windham. It appears that there had been established a few years before a new Parish in the western part of the town. Windham.: THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. : given to William Jameson Jan. Mary [1613]. 1773. Mr. References. No. Celebration. Windham. N. Hadley and by William Pecker.. Ritchie Jan. H. Jameson's house stood. 1840. 15. Sexton. T742 by James Wilson. Jnne tSg3. In William Jameson from Windham.-Mrs.— £<i. Vol. Mr. 17." They conclude their tender and Christian appeal with these words of friendl)' assurance " are your friends and Brethren in Christ. p.. At the lirst town-meeting held iVIarch 8." and in 1748 he was chosen moderator of the town-meeting. ." His farm doubtless was the same which James and William Jameson. The History of Windg. viz. H. H. which are recorded as follows." "Deed Jameson Nov. Mr. Jameson died Feb. H. 1765. m. Two or three years later he appears the twenty-seventh in a list of forty-nine petitioners desiring to have the This was in 1740. to Philip Haseltine for 2061 Spanish milled dollars. Mr. She was born in 1732. N. Mrs. 204. fp. a grandson of Philip Haseltine. res. 1744 by 2. 6. 1771. Mr. 17S0. William Jameson.. were once owned by the Jamesons. iSoS. Franklin [1610]. Feb. m. sold Dec. Esq. N. 297 Christian friends and Brethren of ye old Congregation in London Derry. N. Maroaret [1611]. 1607. 15. until 1779. This south part of London Derry established into a new Parish. March 1779 he removed with his family 21. ?9. ham. probably by William Jameson and his sons. and was ready to do all in his power to promote it. Ja. 1812. L. Jameson died July 27. 1764. b. 23.

/j 20^. Jameson married -Mrs. Capt. Washington Wyman. William. Windham to Philip Haseltine " for 2061 Spanish milled dollars. 1801. 1808. i8o8. Electa Jameson died June 27. . m. 1775. Mr. Vt. 1796. 1813. m. was born.- Daniel Aiken. Vt. m. 1S30. Westmoreland. Olive Thompson.She died in early life. H. Hannah Hicks. Jameson died Feb.dy stated. They had no children. 7. 16. 7. Mary Jameson died. 23. m.. 72. \'t. 1613. 6oj. 1798. was unmarried and made his home in the family of his brother. Aiken held a captain's commission.\MES [1615]. Dec. son of Edward Aiken. II ashington Wyman. as it appears. 1812. "He died in infancy. Eunice Veasey. Jonathan Aiken. m. H. Edward. 1S06. Mr. 1834. John. pp. Nov. 606. H. daughter of Edward Aiken. 1810. July 28. Anson Collins. N. 1799. y/J-y/y. — . Huth Hicks. . 14. b. N. Esther b. Mass. N. Nov. pp. Jameson's great-grandson. Daniel. Vt. THE CHILDREN WERE James. where they resided. b.b. They resided in Manchester.298 N. March 13. d. [1 He was a brother of Mary Aiken. They had no children. 1S70. Sept. She married Mary MaraeSOn (:7(?w«. son of James [1607] and Mary (Smith) Jameson. H. N. He was born.' JV/Uiam^). 14. iSiS.. who married William Jameson 61 2]. WHHam^). N. b. 44g.. 1890. Boston. Margaret Aug. . April i. who married Caroline Jameson [162 1]. Atison Collins." William Jameson. 1S33. Rosamond Hale. Jameson [1622].. Dec. Vol. Vt. Nov. Feb. was born in Peru. [1614]. No. Mary. 1874. yoS. Martha [1617]. Vt. She was born in 1777. 1810. Aiken died May 19. was born in 1751.. d. Mrs. b. He died Julv 24. b. in Windham. 3. Vt. daughter of James [1607] and Mary (Smith) Jameson. Londonderry. d. 1S63. Vt. — No. Mary [1620]. who married Margaret Jameson [161 1]. iS Le-wis Ho^uarJ. Memoranda. N. June 29. They resided in Manchester. 6gS.. d. d. They had no children. Early To7vn Papers of New Hampshire. Vol. H. He resided in Westmoreland. He married ^ Afary Aiken. who married Margaret Jameson [1614]. He was married. 1802. in Windham. was born in Manchester. Electa {Fiirdy) Haicky. Mr.. 1773. XIII. : res. H.. William [1618]. 10. Dec. She died in childhood. 1842. 1S25. 1761. res. res. b. Mrs. Nov. THE JAMESONS to Manchester. IN AMERICA. 1612. was born March g. ^6g. Memoranda. is still retained in the family and owned by Mr. Aiken [i6i9]. b. 4J4. He died Jan. She was born 1772 in Londonderry.pp. 1813. Vt. u. The History of Windham. g. 14. b. in Londonderry. d. as alrea. June. b. 1805. Caroline [1621]. It is located in Manchester Centre. . 182S. The farm on which they settled in Manchester. b. Londonderry. b. their real estate in References. 1775. the second daughter of James and Mary (Smith) Jameson. 24. 1804. b. m. m. William ' Jameson (fames. Byron L. They resided in Manchester. THE CHILDREN WERE : J. He held a major's commission. June 19. where they resided. Vt. res. Aiken died May b. James Jameson. March 27. Jan. m. Edward [1616]. H. 1847. m. Oct. 1798. 1841. where Mrs.. these brothers sold and shortly after. 3. XI/. Jonathan. 27. 1S06.

1806. 29. William'' Jameson {WUUam. in Dorset. was born June 30. 9. Melvina Jameson She died June 2. THE children WERE : Ann Eliza [1624]. [1634]. is. 18S1. was born Dec. June 22. He was a Union soldier. 11. and died May 15. 1798. [1635]. He married June 26. Manchester.. children. Wis. Feb. and Frank. Vt. Josephine Wright. viz. 1863. Laura Edward Aiken B. He married Olive Thompson.WHHam''). Oct. where they both died. 1834. in Manchester. Aug. 1834. Vt.wnnam'^). Mass. in Manchester. and Mrs. m. Vt. 1882. Jamcs. 7. b. in ManMr. Aiken ^ Jameson (fF>7//«w. in Manchester. No. b. 1S34. 1618. He married June. 1805. [1623]. 16. 1874. Jonathan Aiken was : 299 a policeman in Boston. 1S93. William [1627]. Mary. d.. 1S2S. 1S44.. Dec. Nov. 24. Mrs. June 30. 23. 18S5. chester. in Manchester. He married and tliey had four children. Alice [1630]. \Z2'i. Milton Warner. Vt. son James [1615] and Ruth (Hicks) Jameson. They resided in Delony. in son died Dec.. Jameson died May 15. Mrs. m.MITH [1636]. of Byron Lorenzo^ Jameson {James. Electa Collsoii. 1S42. Vt. Frances [1633]. Jameson had no was born in Winhall. ^/^rtAr Collson. He married Hannah Hicks. 1831 m. Jame- THE CHILDREN WERE : Olive [1632]. No. 1S29. Jameson died Nov. was born June 19. b. 22. was born Jan. 1808. Ina [1631]. son of Wllliam [1612] and Mary (Aiken) Jameson. S. George. 14. Mary [1629]. 1S9S. H. James " Jameson {WUnam^ THE CHILDREN WERE: Byron Lorenzo Myron Daniel [1622]. Atelvina Johnson. She was born in Dorset. They reside on the old homestead in Manchester. 4.'' WiiHam. [1628]. b.^ james". daughter of Daniel and Olive (Glazier) Hicks. Bmven.'/rfOT«. 1615. m. Jane [1626]. 24. Daniel. 31. Mrs. Vt. No. Mr.^ Jamcs. Vt. where they resided. Mrs.WHHam'^). 1S34. m. She was born Feb.WHHam^). 1804. 1619. She was born Aug. 1S65. b. 24. living in Londonderry. Memoranda. Edward A. 1900. John Aiken's daughter. son of William [161 2] and Mary (Aiken) Jameson. .. m. Jay George [1625].. June 26. She was born Sept. 1851. Jameson died Dec. N.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1874. William C. b. 1851. son of William [1612] and Mary (Aiken) Jameson. Horace Haskins. Mr. Vt. where they resided. Ruth Hicks. d.. Vt. July 11. 3. . Dec. Vt. Ann Chase.

Vt. April 7. ni. daughter of She married Horaee Haskins. Milton Warner. Emma jfjiie Bourne. b. Nov. Oct. Nov. Feb. 1892. 1852. S. /da Batch. Jameson [1639]. daughter Aiken [1619] and Hannah (Hicks) Jameson. 1634. 14. in Bennington. in ter. Sept. b. 1858. iS. after the decease of their father. 1854. Vt. Mrs.* WUHam. Warner died Dec. 1828. She was born in Manchester. Hertnan Taylor.. Mass. m. Vt. m. THE CHILDREN WERE: Alice. James Henry [1641]. 5. 1S52. nington. 1633. C. resides with her mother in Ben- No. Vt. 1S80. i860. son (1619) and Hannah (Hicks) Jameson. Rox- No. A. THE CHILDREN WERE : Charles Ehward [1637]. Mr. May 29. Taylor. Sept. 28. 21. 1632. Sept. 1880.^ William'^). m. Nov. Aiken [1619) and Hannah (Hicks) Jameson. A. where Mr.-^ William^). and Mrs. 5. 4. TTo. m. 1S55. He was born in Ben- THE CHILDREN WERE: Helen. Riley. Mills Browne. 1842. 1899. Nov. b. Vt. Vt. Mr. 186S. Bcnven. 29. 11. 25. St..y//V?OT '). in Manchester. b. 3. Nov.. 19.. A'ilcy. Caroline Electa [1639]. 1S63. Edward and Jitlia. Charles D. May 15. 187S. . She married July 11. 28. 1889. March 9. d. Electa Emma.^ William'^'). Nov. Memoranda. 1898.'^ yajiies. Nov. 1829.* WHliam. Charles Davenport Warner. Dennis Fanny. Minerva Jane [1640]. bury. Olive ^ Jameson {Aiken. Dec. 185S. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Charles.. 1895. He They had no children. [1638].in Manchester.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1636. Nov. 1S49. of in She married William where they reside. Haskins died. who went to live with their grandparents. 13.* WUHam. Manchester. b. They resided No.* WHHam. T. 28. They resided in Brattleboro. 1885. Aug. He was born in Dover. b.^ Jatnes. of Aiken IStanches- married June 22. Caroline Ida. Bowen's eldest daughter. Warner died May 8. m. died. May 9. 1S52. had two children. b. 7. Ralph M. m. was born Aug. 25. 1S89. b. son of Roswell and Betsey (Brainard) Warner.^ ya??ies. daughter of Aiken (i6i9)and Hannah (Hicks) Jameson. 1S77. Frances" Jameson {Aiken. m. Vt. J.. July 16. 1S72. 1877. Vt. b. m.'^ IF.^ James. 30 Alaska Vt. He d. Taylor nington. b. in childhood. b. Edward Cummings. 1896. 22. Josephine Wright. 31. 30. where they reside. m. was born iS3i. Lanra B/ Jameson {Aiken. Vt. Davenport. Dec. was born Oct. Aiken. was born Nov. 1864. 1844. Mrs. Mr. daughter of Joel and Olive (Hicks) Wright. Smith ^ Jameson {Aiken. No. Belden.

b. [1646]. 21. Ralph Major' Jameson (Byron Lorenzo.'^ William. He was born in Dover. where they resided. Eihvard Ciinwiings. Oct. in Manchester. " Jameson (Byron Lorenzo. No. Vt. Ida Balch. 28."William^).^ James. 1862. 28.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. Aug. 25. Nov.'^ which has already been mentioned. parentage and birth unknown.^ yames. in Manchester. 1S90. He was born Oct. daughter of Byron Lorenzo [1622] and Electa (Collson) Jameson. Vt.'' James. 23. and Mary (Lord) Cummings. She was born Dec. July i. in Orange. [1644]. Howard Charles Irene [1645]. b. Jameson died . Memoranda. son of Byron Lorenzo [1622] and Electa (Collson) Jameson. Lorenzo. 1S83. No. She married Nov. b. No. 1878. daughter of Leroy and Nancy (Cook) Bourn. was born March 14. 1S94. 1S86. Vt. She married Sept. daughter of John and Sophia Balch. with William Jameson [1606].^ William^). b. was born Mayg. i^-j ] Emma Jane Bourn. 21. Vt. July 28. in Manchester.. 1647. 28. 1S55. 1892. son of Milton and Olive (Jameson) Warner [1632]. son. Vt. He married Sept. in Manchester.. Vt. 1889.^ William. '^ James Henry Jameson (Byron John Jameson. 17. 1896.^ James. Vt. 22. was a resident of Londonderry in 1737. iSSS. 1SS3. 10. 1863. Vt. and under date of "April 'j" I9'i> 1737" he subscribed to the same "Proposals of Peace" addressed " To Our Christian friends and Brethren of y' Old Congregation in London Derry. iSSo.^ James.^ daughter of Byron Lorenzo (1622) and Electa (Collson) Jamewas born Dec. 1639.-^ Wii/iam. There is no recorded mention of wife or children. It is noticeable that he signs his name John Mr. Charles Davenport Warner. 1872. They reside in Brattleboro. '^ THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Edward Aiken. 1858. 30.* William.^ James. in Manchester. Mass. b. THE CHILDREN WERE: Arthur ByrOn WiLLL\M Amos Lester Henry [1642]. 5. Jameson was contemporary . No. Dec. Mr. Minerva Jane fF////a.« '). was born Nov. b. THE ONLY CHILD WAS: Byron Leonard. They reside on the " Old Jameson Farm. 5. Oct." in Manchester. Nov. [1643]. 1859. son of Stephen L. They have no children. Caroline Electa^ Jameson (Byron Lorenzo. 2. 1641. b. 1638. son of Byron Lorenzo [1622"! and Electa (Collson) Jameson. Vt. IVii/iam'^).^ James.^ James. She was born in Manchester. He married Nov. where they reside. He died about 1742 in Londonderry.

XII. 16. He is mentioned as late as 1784 in Windham. Memoranda. Mary Smith. 1753..f2. It appears that he had no family . Vol. was so grievously sick of the same malady he was unable to sail on the homeward voyage. A'ezu Registry of Deeds Office.-. and arrived Nov. a passenger on board the ship Lime ixom. N. eight weeks after sailing from Port Rush. Rock- N. 46S. While at Killybegs and Galway such were the delays and misfortunes twenty-five passengers deserted the ship. Jolm Arbtickle. E. b. Vol. N'athaniel Furber. 173S. David Griffin.. Jajieson. 16. b. and were obliged to make for land. died of small-pox. where. Cousin James Cochran. Massachusetts Bay.t/on' of Windham. and March 18."" or nearer kindred than cousins when he made his will. N. . They resided in Windham. The ship Lime oi 130 tons was in command of Capt. George Marshall. William Dickey and his wife. Alexander Nesmith. William Co. Thomas Jameson. pp. Office. and Matthias Haines.. Gen. Jolin Ball. 466: LI. 60s. Nov. Cousin Alex-Jameson.sxes. Abraham Weir.— /I'/." Then are given names of nineteen of the passengers who completed the voyage. N. George Robinson. "The ship was again more thoroughly repaired. Vol. and put in at the harbor of Killybegs. They again set sail. he is found in 1764. while William writes his name Jameson. 7/7. and found safety in the harbor of Galway. Twelve days were consumed in n:aking repairs. 459. H. Vol. 4S4. from William Jameson [1606] of Windham. a cousin of John Jameson [1647] it is probable was the Thomas Jameson who sailed Jtdy 26. Port Rush. Cousin Thomas of Londonderry.pp. Cousin James Given.— far/j' Tmun ingham Co. 1756. George John Jameson [1647]. Exeter. which was dated " 12:4: 1741 In it he names " John son of Edw. Thomas Jameson. 1752. "On the 25"iday of July. Register. and arrived in the harbor of Boston. 6gS. Ireland. viz. William [1650]. Thomas Jameson was named in the will of Refere. pp. England Hist. Gabriel Black. 7/. with his family. 173S. Three days after sailing the ship was leaking so badly they made for land. married Alary H. March 27. the only mate. Probate Records. 4^7-440. H. 1738. Nov. H. Gait.vn Papers.— : 302 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. XII. Tohn Cate. H. " They finally sailed from Galway on the nineteenth of September. Alexander Caldwell. N.x. A^. Thomas Gait. 4bg. 606.Samuel Todd. Papers. Exeter. 10. pp. H. in Boston. 1754. 1738. b. Jamison. 1776. the good shipZ»«f with 123 emigrants sailed from the harbor of Port Rush. . was mate on the homeward voyage. There is given the following account of the passage : Mr. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jaxet [1649]. He received a deed of land dated July 15. Early To-. but while detained at Galway.. Robert Griffin. Margaret [1651]. Jameson in the Parish of Dumbough. bound for the port of Boston. The contractors employed Gabriel Black for master. Ireland. the master. where they died. March 27. XIII." References. William Lens. N. Cousin James Rogers. and one of them. pp. parentage and birth unknown. N. H. he was chosen constable of the town. 206. Archibald Fidlerton.

within the memory of persons now living. Jameson homestead appears as presented at the in 1893.: . the well with its curb. the two windows to the west. the ridgepole running from north to south. its much as the old Jane. H. when Hugh Jameson gave a deed of the place in trust to his sons Alexander and Daniel in exchange for a bond for the support of himself and wife. There were four rooms on the ground floor. The surrounding grounds. The above picture represents the old original house built about 1753 by Hugh Jameson [1652]." the whole picture. end of a hundred and forty years. the front corner room. the trees. is "old oaken bucket and the tree that stood by it.. It was a low one-story building. this ancient in the following picture . with a large chimney near the centre. and while the grounds. its sweep. There was a shed for wood at the east side of the house. THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.V. and the huge chimney in the centre. occupying space hardly less than six by eight feet. and \*hile the . one of the original proprietors and first settlers of the town. . The Old House of Hugh Jauf Starksto-wii. homestead appeared twenty-five or thirty years after the house was built. changes were made. i-jjj. But with later. are to-day the same as when the house was first built yet time has made changes in the place as well as in the people who occupy it and its old oaken bucket. and at present. the well remained mucli the same windows with the door between them to the north. 1900. and the stood by it. or in 1782. the two appfe asli tree tliat trees. during their lives.

are the same as were in the original house. at the least. and the window nearest the front corner. and barns. east. This homestead. The Jameson Homestead. the county of Londonderry. made to the eastward. from 1753 to 1893. New England. deceased. outhouses. which was put up in 1753 by Hugh Jameson. and quite an addition. a story and a half. the roof was raised. The door midway the main north.. 1746. until they sailed. the lower story of the northwest part of the main building is the original house. a rambling appearance. N. Soon after their arrival they settled in Londonderry. a period of one hundred and forty years. and shows the front of house. with additions of lands. Ulster. Jameson [1766]. jSgj. No. Ireland. when it was sold by the heirs of Jeremiah P.THE JAMESONS IN AMERIC. having grown into its present A hundred years ago. to the north. for Boston. a grandson of Hugh Jameson. descending from father to son for four generations. as presented in the picture. At a more recent date the shed was torn down. made from time to was held in the family name. Aug. time. In fact. H. N. a large barn. the origi- The above view was taken from a position west of the house. 1652. 4. H. the and some twenty or more feet added to the south end. later.h in ' Jameson was born . where HU|a.. proportions piecemeal. which appears at the extreme was erected by Daniel nal proprietor. They resided in or near Coleraine. county of Londonderry. and the house made two stories. chimney is concerned. and. Jameson [1679]. Dmibarton. so far as the main building This Old Homestead has built higher. to its present owners. He married Christine Whitehead.

^ ^^e^f^£-J07l ^. A. . A. on the very day of sailing.h Jameson and Robert Parkinson. Alexander [1661]. " [Seal] . Mr. Prince of Orange. March 25. about 1619. Feb. l'74l. N. Dec. L. Oct. Thomas [1666]. iSoS.\ge. Ireland. Sarah [1665]. 177S. May. b. from . Merchant of Coler or his Assigns. for New England.rned yoiias //ns/insrs. in America. 1764. [1663]." July I. Hu<. [1653]. to be paid in two years from the date hereof and after our ar As witness our hands and seals this August 4. 1746. 176D. 25. b. Janet Brock/ehank. . thirteen shillings money of Great Uritain to be paid unto Mr.Robert Moore. Mr. d.!. true Copy Att. res. Sept. with such bravery that he was made free from ta. Janet Brmun. 22. John Tai^gur/. Ulster. Dunbarton. ' S. April 13. 174S.'\rgyleshire. Hannah Burnham. and fought in the " Battle of the Boyne.x pounds. He died in childhood on the ocean passage. 17. Sunapee.xation throughout the British dominion by William III. Aug. She died in early life. 1746. EsiHEK [1656]. July 9. Isabella McCaw d. 1814. 1690. [1658]. She died in early life. Mr. Shi'ens. 1S26. Hrr.gy [1664]. Dec.meson was of Scotch parentage. Witnesses Present Daniel Mitchell Joseph LUtle. Feb. b. and they removed about 1753 to Starkstown. Clerk. June i. Jan. became Dunbarton. 25.A. to Robert Gage of Coleraine. which in 1761. RosiNA [1655I. Martha [1657]. where they resided. 2. res. d. m. It appears from old court papers still on file that he sailed Aug. and tradition has it that his ancestors emigrated. in the County of Londonderry kingdom of Ireland I j Tide water. m. Pec. Jameson died about 1790. with distinguished gallantry. Jameson married -Jdiie Ban. 305 Mrs. 10.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMI'SHIRE. 28. J.H Nov. our he Administrators and Assigns in the full sum of si. in testimony whereof I the said Domick Heyland have hereunto subscribed my name and aftixed my seal of office of Mayoralty this 22" day of July Peter Gallaugher 1749. She m3. 1746. Mr. Hugh Jameson and Rokert Parkinson do bind ourselves. Ireland. 4. and resided after marriage for some years in or near Coleraine. Mayor. Jameson. H.. Scotland. 178S. 1762. ^Jo/in Tod. came this day before me and made oath that he saw the above Hugh Jameson and Robert Parkinson sign and deliver the original of which the above is a true copy for the use of the above Robert G. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jane Eltzai:ei'H [1654]. i^^t^. gave the following joint Note of Hand: " Given By [. until he emigrated with his family to America.] Irelaiul. a vigorous Scotchman.\ Son A Son Molly He died in childhood on the ocean passage. on the northern coast of Ireland. She married Mr. [1660]. 25. m. Christine Jameson died. Jameson was by trade a cordwainer. Jameson died about 1788. A. Daniel [1662]. 1771 m. on board the " sloop Molly'''' from Port Rush. Jameson. Dec. 1813. [1659]. b. "We. m. 1805. _ ._^_. Hersey. m. Memoranda. b. H.^6-13 An^. 1785. Jan. and settled in the county of LonThere is also the tradition that his father was William donderry. She died in earlv life. „ c^l^ /^ . She married Afr. m. 24." . Ja. 1S14. N. . Mr. Mrs. 7. . b. Robert Gage. Goffstown. 1819. N. H. who served in defence of Londonderry during the siege in 1689. Wentworth. 4. res. Dom'< Heyland.

The name given to this grant was Starkstown. N. 1748. it was named Dunbarton.. 10. J. where some of his name. the Merrimack river. lying adjacent in the " Third Range." diew lot 5. Man^aret Paid. In 1749 the proprietors were numbered in order from one to eighty. In 1748 he appears. There were other passengers bound for New England.meson had with him on board the ship his wife and six or seven children. in Scotland. Thom-^s Jameson [1979]. N. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. although the sliip belonged in Salem."/. The "sloop J/c//)'. a township of five miles square of land in amount. in the town of Londonderry. where stands the noted castle of Dunbarton. Williaiii Spear. yolin Spear. The grantees were Archibald Stark and others. a few years later. These petitioners received a favorable consideration. but. had settled a few years earlier. Massachusetts Bay. under date of Dec. and probably landed her passengers in Boston. Mr. Robert Parkinson. H.3o6 Mr. N. the usual course of ships in those days from the northern ports of Ireland to America. and a plan drawn showing the lots in ranges and duly numbered. 1765. located to the west of the "great river. and Elizabeth Woods. must have reached this coast in the early autumn of 1746. 17. as a petitioner to the Masonian proprietors of unoccupied lands in New Hampshire for the grant of a new township.. Mr.a."' with fair sailing. and there was granted to them. There was ordered by the proprietors and soon made a careful survey of these new lands. Their route was doubtless down the western coast of Ireland. for a place located on the banks of the river Clyde.. and drew their lots. by an act of incorporation dated Aug." . among whom was Hugh Jameson as an original proprietor. and perhaps his relatives. and the south half of lot 7. Jameson. sailed on the same vessel. and lying along the northern boundary of Goffstown. whose number was " No 44. found his way to Londonderry. H. soon after his arrival in this country. among whom are named /saac Bre^vster. among others. H. as that was the port for which they embarked. e. and it is said his younger Ijrother. : Mass. Jameson.

ic. 1752. 1853. 1765 and named from a town in Scotland. as follows: " Graii/fJhy Massachusetts." A Plan of the Division of That Tract of Land Granted by the Proprietors of the Land Purchased of John Tufton Mason. House of Clock before noon:' "This Plan Contains a true Account of all the Land Contained in the Grant made to Archibald Stark and others as Sirvayed And Laid Down by a Scale of One Hundred and Sixty Rods to an Inch.. Gorham's men. Dec. GrattUJhy the Masonian Proprietors." The. N. regard to tlie 1735 to Capt. and called Gorham- . 1S22. 17.THE JAMESONS There is IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. called Stark's-tovvn. in 307 grants and incorpora- on record an interesting statement tion of Duiibarton. D. " The line between Dunbarton and Goffstown was established Jan. " \ porton of Dunbarton was included in the limits of Hooksett. iy4S Hampshire Sarah Prust WiJow on Saturday ten of ye ) at the D-welliii!:. incorporated July 2. to Arcliibald Stark. ngi. Esq. 1S53. June town. by Sam" Emerson Sirvayer. d Scale to the j educed to 1-4 of an inch in the al'Ofe copy of the Pla . H. by the Masonian Proprietors at a meeting held. "PRdViNCE (IK New) Portstnouth December nth A. 7.. 174S to Archibald Stark and others and Regranted March 2. and between Dunbarton and Weare July 2. as Said Division hath been made by the Grantees to be returned to the Grantors in order to the Drawing the Lotts Agreable to the Vote by which it was Granted. " ig. " hicorporcited ^% Dunbarton Aug. William Starke & others.

. . I . The Draft of Lots Dec. . . Archibald Cunningham Joseph Cochran John Wentworth jun' Esq"' William Stenson Coll" Moore & Daniel Peirce John Stenson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i'j4g. . . . . . . Caleb Page jun' Richard Wibird Esqu' Samuel! Fulton John Thomlinson Esq"' Jn» Tufton Mason Esqu' William Carr John Ramsey Alex' Gault Hugh Uunshi . James Cochran Josh" Peirce Esq' . . . . ( S . . . . .) 3o8 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. . . . . James Addams . Addam Dicky John Hall George Jaffrey Samuell Stenson Joseph Scobey Samuel Richards . . . . . . . . 21. . . William Ellit John Cochran David M<'Gregore Coll" Meserve Coll" Blanchard Paul March & Toseph Green John Horner " James M'Gregore . . . . . . Thomas Follensby James Varnum jun' . Joseph Blanchard Dan'i Lesly James Rogers Archibald Stark Sam" Cahvell . . . . . . . . Sam" Hogg Sam'i Emerson Esqr Hugh Ramsey . . . . . as Confirmed. . . . Joseph Pudney James Rogers Pudney & Rogers Sons first Ministers Lot Ministry Lot drawn John Morton Geo Massey David Stenson : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Archibald Stark jun' George Clarke Thomas Hall . . . . . . . . . Mathew niortor. . . . . . . . . William Gault . . . . . . . . . . . . Mathew Ramsey John Quigg Hugh Jameson . . . . . .

\tkinson Esq"' .. . .THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. . Dan" M^Curdy .. . .. . William Rankin Jeremiah Paige Mathew Thornton Samuel Todd ^ John Stark Mark Hunk. Lot for ministry Lot for first minister School Lot . 'E><\"' Alex'Todd John Hogg Law Lott N" 2 Jotham Odiorne Esqw Theodore ....... ....... . .? Wintworth Esq" John M<^Duffie Thomas Packer Esqu' Sam" Rankin David Craig .. . John M<^Calester Sam SoUey Esq' Clem' March E"i \ John Karr John Cochran Docf Tho» Wallingford Esqu' William Stark Mark Hunks wentworth John Moffat Esqu' Law Lot N" I \ ... .

since Hugh Jameson married a Jane Barr that he married this young widow. who were born in The latter. First Range. t6. and there being no other Jane Barr known in the locality at that time.3IO first lot THE JAMESONS offered IN AMERICA.-Mexander Jameson and Daniel Jameson Bouth of DunNewhampshire and County of Hillsborough yeomans are jovntly and unto Hugh Jameson of Dunbarton in State and County afore said. in Starkstown. prietors held at the house of William Stark. whose tombstone. Mrs.^6o5. as far as the money will go for which the four lots of land were sold. in the Thirteenth Range. I. 1765. and who died during the passage. /7j-/ Jane Barr His Wife Died Nov. were married. 12." This meeting was adjourned from the meeting-house to the house of Capt. Nath. They is said that the second one died from grief at the loss of his little brother. Proprietors Clerk. Wilson of the Continental army. it was "Voted that William Stark. The third lot was No. had six children born in Ireland. The passage was completed without further incident. in the Thirteenth Range. or Dunbarton. 2." . About two years after their arrival in this country they had a daughter born to them. although far advanced in years.^405 to Capt. -Jane Barr. at a meeting of the proLittle. -Jane younger than himself.005. Jameson and wife. and marched ninety miles under the command of Capt. The Bond and Deed are as Mr. were both buried at sea.. °ld tenor. Martin. Jameson. East Derry. for which there were fifteen bids. was No. Mr. Jane. almost to a certainty. which will account for the tradition that Mr. now standing in the cemetery. an early settler of Londonderry. 1771. N. he shouldered his gun. Jane (McHenry) Barr. 8. Jane were both living Nov. Jameson and Jane his wife had six children. 1737. not over thirty-five rears of age. who was much John Barr married again subsequently to 1742. it is probable. William Stinson and Jeremiah Page be a commitee for building and finishing the meetinghouse. Jameson and his wife the following follows: bond given by their sons "A Bond from Alexander and Daniel Jameson Kniiw barton in all 10 Hn. date not given. and as her maiden name is not given when she married John Barr. And the fourth lot was No. died in early life. Cord- ." Under date of Feb. After the Battle of Bunker Hill. and it %vas voted "That Robert Hogg and John McCurdy be a committee to settle with the commttee that sold land and built the meeting-house in said town. Mr. which was struck off at . William Stark at that price. Later.. N. and her name does not appear on John Barr"s tombstone as a second wife. as appears from Alexander and Daniel in consideration of a deed to them of his farm. and reared families whose records are given later. Christine Jameson died. in 1748.H Jameson: men by the State of Severally Bound these that we ." Signed " C. Jameson's . which was struck off at ^405 to Bond The total amount of sales was jf 2. March the twelfth day of March next at one of the clock in the afternoon. bears this inscription: "John Barr Departed this Life Feb. given under the same date. was chosen constable and collector of the town of Dunbarton. who were small It boys at the time of embarkation for America. Jan. It is probable that she was the second wife and widow of John Barr. 2. Jane Barr's maiden name is not given. names not given. There were two sons. in the Second Range. in 1773. one of them. Mr. N. The four sons grew to manhood. Mrs. The next lot was No.second wife was "Jane McHenry of Scotch origin. H. in 1775. 1782.. served three days." Mr. Jameson married prior to 1760. and whom he left a widow at his death in 1 75 1. it may have been Jane McHenry. widow of John Barr.\LEK Page. four sons and two daughters. the highest being £S90} and it was strucli off to Capt. 7. Peggy Starkstown. died in early life. William Stark. 15. H. and Sarah. which was struck off to Thomas Caldwell at . " All the proprietors of Dunbarton are hereby notified and warned to meet at the meeting-house in said town on Tuesday. Christine. There being no evidence to the contrary. 22. whose name was Molly. H." There is little doubt that Hugh Jameson married -Mrs.

well salted with a Suficent Quantity of good Sace such as the farm Produces yearly with a Suficent Quantey of Cider as the Farm shall Produce also fifty wate of good flax well Drest such as the farm Produces and Twelve Pounds of good Sheep's wool. and to keep two good Cows for the said Hugh and Jane own Use as long as they Shall Live and also the use of a horse as Longe as Life and in Case of old age or Sickness to find suficient help to work and all other things. in the Just IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.Anno Domino 17S2 Signed Sealed and Delivered in Presents of — Jere'' Page 'Marlha CV// e„*^^Jt^L SEAL] . g Feby lygo. 1782.— Jerih Page MiUtlia Coff A Deed from Hugh 4 J. Reg^ Knuw all men by these Presents that L Hugh Jameson of Dunbarton in the state of New hampshire in the County of Hillsborough. : Sum — Signed Sealed and Delivered of in Presents The true intent and meaning of the above Bond is such that if either the above Hu^li or Jane his wife Should Die then the one half of all the above articles to be Taken oft and not Paid. D. and my Heirs Do warant and i:)efend Said Granted Premises to him the said Daniel Jameson his heirs and assigns against the Lawfull Claims and Demands of any Person or Persons whom so ever in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and sell this fifteenth Day of November . Said Farm is Bounded Sutherly by said Stinson's Land and Westerly by the Range Way Between Range Second and Range third. Cordv/ainer. Rec^ 14 Sept. — Hillshoro^ Rec'^ ss. and by these Presents Do give Grant Sell and Convey unto him Llie said Daniel Jameson his Heirs and Assignes for Ever the one^half in Quantity and Quality of my farme in Dunbarton aforesaid except the house and Barn which is sold to alexander Jameson the whole of said farm Containing one hundred acres more or Less: Said Hundred acres is the Lot number Six in the third Range in said town Except about ten acres I Sold to Cap' William Stinson. then the above Bond to be void otherwise to Stand and Remain in full force and Veartue. and I the Said Hugh Jameson Do acknowledge myself to be the trew Sole and Lawfull owner of Said Premises and have Lawfull authority to grant . the Recept whereof I Doo acknowledge to have Given Granted Bargained and Sold.Said Premises in maner afore said to him the said Daniel Jameson and Before the DeUvery hereof said Premises are free and Clear of all incumbrances what ever and that I the said Hugh Jameson. So that they be Comfortablely Looked after and not Suffer also Suficient Quantey of good fire-wood at the Door Redy Cut for one fire.vmeson.- THE JAMESONS wainer. and Recorded Lib.. Do. to w': Twelve Bushells on Good indan Corn and Six Bushells of good Rye and one hundred and Eighty wate of Good Pork well salted and Sixty wate of good Beef. northerly by Samuel Herson's Land and Easterly by the Range way between Range third and Range forth. for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred Pound Lawfull money to me in hand well and truly Paid Before the Delivery hereof by Daniel Jameson of Dunbarton in State and County aforesaid yeoman. Also to Deliver yearly unto the Said Hugh and Jane During thare Lives the following articles yearly at there Request.\meson to D.\niel J. in Compliance with the al)ove Condition. To have & to Hold Land Granted and Bargained Premises with all the appurtainets and Priviledges thereof to him the said Daniel Jameson his heirs and Executors and administrators for Ever. 34 Fol jiy Hillsborough ss. of a thousand I'ounds Lawfull money to which Payment well and truly to be mad we Bind ower selves and Heirs and assigns firmly by these Piesents sealed with ower seals this fifteenth Day of November A. The conditions of the above Hond is Such that of the above Bound Alexander Jameson and Daniel Jameson Uo well and Truly Provid and Deliver unto the above named Hugh Jameson and Jane Jameson his wife the following articles that is to say firstly to have and Use at their own Discretion the Southereast Room in the Dweling house and Seller under said Room and Chamber over said Room with Liberty to Pass from the above Room to Seller and Chamber During thare natural Life. ijgo &= examined by JiiN" Smith Jr.

/iistice 0/ Peace. as far as it now is made thence westerly to a stake standing at the corner of the wall on the west side of the highway at the north end of Bares which Leads in to the Paster thence westerly as the wall Runes abot twelve Rods more or Less to a stake standing on the north side of the Paster Bares thence Southerly abot fourteen feet to a chestnut stumpt markii— thence sow-westerly to a small maple Bush marked. acknowledged the above instrument by him Hugh Jameson appered and Signed' to be his free act and Deed Hugh Jameson's sons.se Presents. places on file in the office of the Register of Deeds.\lexander and Daniel Jemerson Do here unto interchangeable Set ower hand and seals this 23 Day of September . under date of Sept. Know all men by the... both of Dunbarton yeoman Do by these Presents for our selves and heirs make this agreement as is hereafter set forth to the Division of the Lot of Land we now live on in said Dunbarton which Lot of Land is Deeded to us by ower honored father. IN AMERICA. Hillsborough Co. Nov. when his son Daniel had : . and s'' Deed is Lodged with Jeremiah Page.ED III' Division Between Ai. which had been deeded to them. Alexander and Daniel Jameson. and mention is made of their father.Anno Domini 17SS. under date of Feb. Hugh Jameson. it further appears. 9. was probably deceased. thence Running westerly as the Log fence now stands.— THE JAMESONS Novem''. Hugh Jamesson. Jamebarton thare to Remain During said Hugh natral Life. 1790. Before Jeremiah Page. H. as then living. 1788. 1790. of Dunbarton thare to Remain During Said Hugh natral Life Said Division is as foloweth to begin at a slake and stones standing at the Center of the East Line of ower s*! farme. 1 Daniel Jameson. as no mention is made of her. Esq. of Dunshould live.\lexander Jemerson and Daniel Jemerson that the said Alexander Jemerson have the south side of said farme and the said Daniel Jemerson to have the north side of said farme to said Division Line above said. 9. yf 15. as recorded This shows that Mr. his wife and their mother. which was placed in trust while his father " And s'' Deed is Lodged with Jeremiah Page. but Jane. 15. Hillsborough I 17S2 then the aliove named.] lamp'] HiUshorongh ss \ Sepleniber y' 23 788 theii tlie above named Alexander Jemerson and Daniel Jemerson boath appeared and Acknowledged the instrument by them signed to be thare free act and Deed. that we Alexander Jemerson and Daniel Jemerson. And it is agreed by said . Esq. the deed given him by his father. 23.ex'' and Daniel Jameson. 17S2. The following is A Dp-. Witness Present Iscbd McCohv — — Mari-arcl Mar. thence wesfi to a stake and stones standing on the west end of said Lot of Land by the Rangeway at the center of said west end of said farm in establishing said Division we the Said .. made a division of their father's farm. Stole of X(7. Feb. N. Hugh Jameson." son was deceased prior to the above date.

35. He died in childhood. He settled in Haverhill. 1777 m. Margaret. 1767 m. VI. William.. H. 17S1 m.Sept. X. Aug. 1779. II. Alumni of Dartmouth College. . b.. 1765. 56. Jameson. Hillsl'orough Co. who graduated in the class of 1807 from Dartmouth coMege. b. and died the same year. pp. Rose Taggart.. X. 1775. on file State House. March 28. Mr. i-^::. 17. Silas Wixls.. I735Mrs. J'ol. pp. March i. 2. son of Neil and Rose Taggart. 5.^4. 406: Book of Nutfield. May 13. N.p. AT. 1806. Barron. 1S08. 1763. N.n. H. Early 'I'oum Papers. Ireland." REFERfiNCES. pp.in t'le Continental army. Pecord of Deeds. A'//. 340-^1: Alumni of Dartmouth College. Sally.— AVot Jirsty Colonial Documents. and for several years held the office of deputy-sheriff of the county of Hillsborough. 3S4. Jonathan.. 1S03.. II. graduated in the class of 1S78 from Harvard college. practised law in Manchester. 206. representative for three years to the state legislature. . resided on the old Taggart homestead. in Goffstown. who married Jane Jameson [16S6]. H. b. p. A. 264. Lib. d. Folio 3fj. N. Esq. March ig. Elizabeth McDougall. 9.. S12. IVells. 3. 1S30. pp. A. Hannah Hawes. June 9. I'd. He was a merchant. Memoranda. died June 15. 4. 1S5S.. m. Gage vs. X. and became a lawyer. . Mrs. and great-grandson of John and Elizabeth (Jameson) Taggart. b. 17. MJ>:./jg. m. David Arthur Taggart. at the age of forty-eight years.. daughter of Hugh [1652] and Christine (Whitehead) Jameson. and was representative to the general court in 1S56 and in 1857. Vol. May 10. Mass. 1783 m. 1790. . "Lodged witli 313 Jeremiah into possession of the " s'' Deed. THE CHILDREN WERE: Mary. Jane. b. d. 1759. H. b. II. 17. Elizabeth' Jameson {Hugh^). He was born March They resided in Goffstown. IValter Peck. 1806.. 6g. April 14. X/I. Feb. 4i-4j. sir. William Taggart. 1S60. Sargent. H. Nov. Concord. James. Taggart died Sept. 1741. of Amesbury. 1777. RosANNA. Sargent. son of David Morrill Taggart. A\ H. b. H. H. John. 611.. Mass. The Ili^lorv of Ihiuhayion. Hugh Jameson. 1772. H. Vol.THE JAMESONS come IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. Hannah Reed. Christen. John. Mr.nrapc'. Vol. b. May 6. XXVn.. II. 1770. A'arr. N.p. 776. VII. I'ol. July 2. 72-17. — H . Mass. Vol. pp. July 31. XXIV. X.. d. 1775. was a grandson of Rev. David Morrill Taggart. 1775. 1761 ni. b. d. graduated in the class of 1832 from Dartmouth college. 11.. Timothy Feb. b. 176S. /JJ." which had been Page. June 14. H. N. She married John Taggnrf. 6gg. .'2b2: 26S. farmer. N. His i777-'79. History of Sanbornton. N.pp. 461. Jabez Peck. 1802. Portstnoutli.. For several years he was judge of the police court in that city. 434. Proprietors' /Records. 1S54. H.Sept. and is a prominent lawyer and three years. p. 17S7./. Phcebe Noyes. p. The History of Amherst. SS. 2iq. I. a brother of Enoch P.pp. m.. near Coleraine. March 25. During said Hugh natral Life. ^'ol. Hugh Jameson Taggart"s son. Their youngest daughter married Eliphalet R. selectman of the town. Sjg: Vol. b. Taggart served citizen of the state. No. He was drowned in the Merrimack river. i86[. had a son. m. pp.. References. //. Couil Papers. b. I'. Henry Blaisdell. H. Sept. b. another son of Hugh Jameson Taggart.so. Walter Peck. 17S4. N. mother. was born Aug. State Papers.s. tiS: Uld Families of Salisbury and Amesbnry.510. X. William. . Mass. H. May 31. Taggart died June i. Eben Peck. 1654. of Dunbarton. m. ^2.. N. Eliza. sSj. who married the eldest daughter. p. Silas Wells. who married Christen Taggart. b. 27. 61. . Nov. He died in boyhood. H. m. New Hampshire A'evolulionary Polls. April 15. . April 30. 1748. .iS-j-2t4. member of the school board. Thomas Wells.

Col. Todd was a soldier in the army of the Revolution. m. Mr. N. was born 1748 in Londonderry. Todd. Aug.'' Robert Gilchrist was a son of Robert and Agnes Gilchrist of Chester. They resided in Dunbarton. 1805. 1787. 1824. William Barron's company. She mar1 Jo/m Todd. John Dunlap. 22. but the record of births. They resided in Goffstown. H. in Goffstown.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. . Mass. 1778.. -£//:. Todd was in some way related to this Robert 1783. Daniel. and was killed while engaged in this service in 1776. -Robert Moor. 1799. 1S46. son of William Todd. 1660. Nov. Hasti..?. 31.-/. 1813. 22. N. They resided in Goffstown. N." he himself had purchased. 1S26. 1826. Ireland. N. April 26. Capt. 1811. Jamis Footman. 27. where they died.. Mr. Sally. John. Kohiiisou. THE CHILDREN WERE: Jane. Feb. m. south side of Piscataquog river. Mr. d... 1791 m.. H.. " lot 9. at any rate he continued to have his home with him after his marriage to Molly Jameson. 1838. 6. 1767. Mrs. who had purchased and settled on two hundred acres of land. m. on an expedition against Canada. . 1863. and never settled on the land. Margaret. H. and made his home with Robert Gilchrist. '^ . H. It. Sa. Gilchrist. 14. Mrs. Cuiininghavt. He died in the state of New York. . April 3. Mary Dimtap m. Aug. and was mustered into service as a private July 22.p. The town was incorporated in 1761. N. 26. b. 7. H. N. Robert McGregor.mcel. 1779. deaths. Dec. 1785. 1776. 1852.— iVM/onw/ Dunharlon. June. was born near Coloraine. Todd died in 1776. and marriages dates back only to It has been thought that Mr.'' . Mary Smith d. Ale.ngs was ried a tanner.xander Gilchrist. 1797. X.• References. d. He enlisted. Daniel Moor's regiment. Todd married Jan. d. Aug. Feb. 1S62. 6. N. Mr. H. Hugh. b. Atexander Gitchrist. daughter of Hugh [1652] and Christine (Whitehead) Jameson. They had no children. b. 1779. She marJonas Hastings. HanimU IVortJtley. daughter of Hugh [1652] and Christine (Whitehead) Jameson. son of James and Elizabeth (Gregg) Moor. X. April 10. He was born 1746 in Londonderry. Elizabeth. b. ' Lots 4 and 5 Range Fourth south side of the Piscatain Goffstown. Jan. N. 11. of his older brother. [an. Range 3. b. Jan. Todd was from Raymond. by reason of the absence and death of her husband in the army suf- quog River . Mr.M. 1761. d. m. pp. Jane. Jan. Sarah Russell. 1776.. H. b. N. Moor died Feb. H. of this farm in Goffstown. b. Mollys Jameson {Hugk^). H. Ane 13. No. H. She died in infancy. d. Historv of Oimhndge. April 29. 17S1. Ulster. b. b. 22. and took a deed Sept. Memoranda. April 26. 17S9.. 1S43. m. on which he doubtless settled soon after. si5. ried m. 17S6. She married A'alhonid Martin. Esther .April 24. m. Jonas Hastings car- on a Tan-yard in the southerly part of the town. Deacon Moor died Feb. 21. 14. Mrs. Gilchrist's farm was in the next range north. WiLLIA. b. 17S2. adjacent to that of Robert Moor. This record appears: " Capt. He purchased land. 1784. H.Jameson (Hug/i^). ried Memoranda.

b. 24. was born 1706. in North Yarmouth. B. 1775. 1S6S. H. 1SS6. Joint Helen. July 4. Aug. b.^ta Dinsmore. 15. Deacon Moor's father. making in all fourteen. b. with two small children. 23. b. April 18. 1807. He was b. N. wisely waived some preferences for the sake of Christian unit\-. 23. b. and the union was very happy. 19. As time went on it was not strange. as they did. Nov. in St. viz. July 3. 2 Deborah Morash. Sept.iiidsav. where they resided. b. m. 24. 18. Moor and Mrs. Enos Griffin. d. 9. H. 1S3:. m. Hoardman. five ' united with the Congregational church in Goffstown. m. David Damon.. ^o. was the daughter of James Gregg. 1799. April 7. N. ni. 1S51 Christiana. . 14. viz E/iza Ann Lindsay. b. Sept. a daughter of Mr. in Milltown. Willia. Aug.h. 1S27 Charles Edward. 1825. 1 Jane Balfour. William.. No'v. Xinian l. m.M. d. They had fourteen children. Nov. 150 Chandler St lloston. 1 . b.. 1894. Oct. Tobias Gillmore b. May 17. 1S77 Ai'uirew Lindsay. d. to narrate to her grandson. 1S29.or) Balfour. of whicli not long after he was chosen a deacon. but a very natural and fitting arrangement. b. H. Oct. . July 12. Dec. May 17. 1S52. Laura McAllister. 1834. was born in Goffstown. was living in 1898.. Joel Hill. Feb. b. 1825. d. 1S51. James Moor. Mrs. Aug. Robert Melville. 18. Nov. b. Francis Albert. They started this newly-married Hie with a family of was small children. They resided in Milltnwn. Dec. Kerry d. m. d. b. N. N.ny (M. May 3. March 4. which was the ne. B. Kohert. : . N. Moor took his new wife to his home. ni.a. Annie Albee Elizalieth Andrew. 1822. 30. 1842. 1831. although a rigid Presbyterian. in Milltown.h. d. iSoi. in Londonderry. say. N.\. 1829. N. Aug. . Maria Bosson. 1864. 1843. 19. VVilliani. Abbie Damon. in North Yarmouth m. and died Sept. Sept. 1S48. Jan. Mr. N. Wd/iam. . '^ : : . Jane (Todd) Martin. b. Mr. She was wont. Todd was left a widow. Mary Hill. April 5. Stepher. and where Mrs. Xi>. m. m. March 23. b. d.m Todd.. -Mrs. Robert Moor. Eliza Ann Todd died June 4. May 29. where their son. Aug. Me. iSoS. b. Mrs. Oct.. May 18. 1871. b. He was b. Charlotte Hester.. in later years. Feb. 25. Dec. 1S44. Hill. m. left a widower with three young children. M. 21. N. i8o6.^Iber.. IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. i. Hezidiah. B.THE JAMESONS fered severe hardships.xt house to that in which Mrs. h Aug.^ry Todd d. N. b. H. 10. by letter.Susan McDiarmid I-rancis 'Augusta. d. Jennie Rainsford. He was well educated. March 23. 1S46.Albion Harmon. b. d. m. Mrs. Jan. was living in 1897. Freeman H. that Mr. and engaged in the lumber business. Oct. m. and Mrs..'l827. d. He married Hannah Worthley. where they resided until 181 1.h. James Martin.. 1S43. m. and a granddaughter of Mrs. George . 1832 William Orlando. B. of Concord. b. at the age of thirty years. resided in Goffstown. Subsequently he went to the state of Maine. 10. 1S23. m. Tan. 1S3S. 1835. 18S2. 315 and was put to great straits. .h. Mr. 22. Todd d. 1833. Todd sliould marry each other. James Martin. . 1 Eliza . and within a period of twelve years nine were added to the group.Moor. with many others of the same sect. 1849. May 16. H. She said that on one occasion she " tore up the barn-floor to get chaiTto feed the cattle. Hill d. Annie Kelley. Mr. She was born April 22. Stephen. 1S29. Elizabeth Gregg. viz. m.Gre!.. 9. of Londonderry. 1837. May 31. March 19. May 5. Moor joined later. 23. H. . 25. when they removed to St." Mrs. March. George Abbott.to Wilton.. m. and Dec. 1 Martha Allen. B. Jan. viz. 1S30. Dec. Elha Ann Linddaughter of Ninian 'and Hannah (Marks) Lindsay. B. Jank Martin. N. the only son of John and Mary (Jameson) Todd. 1755. Me. b. Todd m. the only daughter of John and Molly (Jameson) Todd. 1823. Todd died March 4. who married Jane Todd. m. 1842. Mr. H. 1846. Stephen. Ann b. . near the boundary line of Dunbarton. Edward. July 16. Mary J. . Aimer. 26. Eliza Ann. where Mrs. June 1. b. in East 'berry. Addie Benson.rtin. at the age of thirty-two years. 1823 Mary Jane. . in North Yarmouth. Todd died April 3. Nathaniel M. 1843. Mrs. m. 29. Mr. Mass. They had ten children. which office he continued to fill until his death. ten of the first and four of the second marriage. 1802. N. James Moor. She was b. and became a teacher. d. George Inch Ida Maria. Dec. They had nine children. 1887. Berrv d. N. . 1801. 1797.. July 28. Hannah A. May 3. 1856. They had eight children. 5. 1799. 1840. June 10.VMKSnx. His mother. m. 1S37. 29. in St. Mrs. Aug. Robert Moor. Thev resided in Milltown. b. m. b. The same year her nearest neighbor. Later they removed . June 1. res.1854. the things she did in times of great extremity. : . 1847. H. b. Mr. Alfred Berry. Todd had passed hard and anxious years. 1S31. i8q6. 183^. Augu. Mrs. N. 1824. d. .2. m. Tfiey were buried in the cemeterv on the hill. son of Abner and Pollv (Whitney) Hill. 16. William Rav Addie Todd. 2q. 1S93.

Nov. and in Calais. Mary Jane Todd d. 1860. May 18. . ' Mrs. b. She was born July 29. 27. 26. Oct. b. b. and was a physician of extensive practice.. Young. They had four children: Irving Randall. b. 1865. William J. 1S05. Murchie died. m. 1S69. in Indian Island. 1834. in St. Feb.: Etneline. 7. in Lunenburg.h. Jan.' 26. and'in Milltown. S. Stephen. Howard. 5. 184^. Their children are : William T. b. b. 1S72. Mr. Jr. May 16. 1879. Oct. Jan. June 3. B. Feb. 17. 1851 21.. Oct. He is a merchant. 25. Harriet Todd resides. Oct. d. 1S42 Emily Jane. b. Mrs. They had no children. in Hampton. Dec.\. Leonard Peabodv. daughter of . m. 1S03. 1S96 ifarv Amanda. 'Clarissa Hill. Sept. N. John McAllister. . Townsend d. 1859. 1S36. 1S62.. 27 St. 1S40. . N. They had three children: Hannah lV. April 2. 1S33. 1S9S. B. William Todd's biographer justly remarks. B. 1S36. 182S. Todd d. m. B. . They resided in Princeton. 20. March 3. b. in Milltown. Sept. He was born June 11. d.\ug. B. son of John and Keziah (Hill) McAllister. in . John A. 26. d. . 1832. Mr. 4. 1SS5. Nov. 1S60. Todd died Sept. Aug. Mr. 1893.. John Stevens. m. 1S29. 1S34. 9. Marcia B. son of William and Rosina (Seilig) Ross. William.Aug. Me . She was born in iSi 2. iSg-. LoiisE Worth LEV. Mrs. -April 22. E'^el J... McAllister d. -Annie Smith. He was b. 20. b. Julv. m. b. March 16. 17. Clarissa Todd d. March 29. Jan. Mary Jane (Chaffev) Haney. Marion.Harriet Houghton. Jan. 15. Jan. 1S31. Aug." Laura. daughter of William and Esther (Tappanl 23. June 16. Lowell.. Iowa Clarissa. 1S31 William Henry. 23.. He was a gentleman farmer. Hon. N. 25. William X. July 14. May 6. She was b. 24. Edith Topliff. They settled on the old homestead in Milltown. who. m. B. Oct. Bolton. 1S65. 3. Me. entitles Hon.'S6'5. b. N. Mrs. May 21. m. Feb. 1799. Hazadiah Todd died May 22. i.. 1S57. Franc L. June 17. She was b. 1S66. N. since 1889. a lad of fourteen years in 1S9S. b. 10. 1S39. They resided in St. 1S44. 1S15. Henry Alfred. one of the first and eight of the second marriage. N. Afaria Louisa. Mr. N. 21. b. m.. WICK. 1SS9. d. d. . 17. d. 1892. 1848. 1S42. and St. Emma. Seth Tcnonsend. m.School of Technology. 1839. 3. Addie. B. m. b. Cobban. in Milltown.. i. Sept. Anna Woodhull T. m. N.. Ella A. a woolen manufacturer. 18S3. B. Rev. 1S63. She was b. B. 1893. N. Seth Mitchell. in North Yarmouth. in North Yarmouth. b. They resided in Calais. May 6. d. 1843. N. May 6. -Mrs. Me. No. in Newburyport. 1888. where he is pastor of the Congregational church. ">• J""« 7. in St. b. May 27. 1809. b. 5. B. Sept. She was born Aue. b. 1S82. viz. Aug. Todd married Oct. 1S64. May 12. 11. 12. Stephen. Boston. Campbell . in Milltown. 1839. . 1863. 1 Mary Ellen Porter. Jan. 4. (Grant) Boardman. She was born Dec. m. where they reside. moral. "His long and active participation in the commercial. in North Yarmouth. Albert Hill. They have a son.\bner and Polly (Whitnev) Hill. They have resided in New Gloucester. 1S52. Louisa Townsend. 1S61'. Oct. b. /Ji/ir//H<ri>0(Z7-a'w. 1S24. June 17.Aug. 1882. 15. Me. 1S59: Edwin. and Mary (Topliff) Porter. Jan. May 23. daughter of George M. m. 1S76. Me. d. They reside in Marion. b. William L. b. June. Nov. . d.<!«.. i."inceton. m. Dec.April 30. 1S79.. 1S3S. Nov. d. Me. 1SS4.. b. m. 1S78. and is studying Naval Architecture. Iowa. Stephen. 4. . Mrs. m. Adeline Todd died June 17. Jan.. m. Feb. b. He studied in Scotland. 1S56. 1852. 17.. . 5. N. 5. 10.. Nov. Oct. They resided in P. b. d. Lewis Dexte«. Nov. 1S53. 1S29. and. d. June. Mr. Elizabeth IK. Me. 1S86. 1873. 1807. William. H. m. 1863. 4. 26. and educational movements of his adopted country him to a prominent place in any record of the Public Men of Brvns- New North Yarmouth.. Charles Frederick. Me. was an interesting letter-writer and an enthusiastic genealogist. 1847. Frances E. b. June 19.. 184S. Boardman. Murchie. b. 1S94. 24. ^ Hazadiah Grant. d. 1S2S. Louise. 29. b.. 1S32. 1S33. Me. 1S61. 24. July 9. 16. N. 13. N.. 1837. 13.. 27.'l6. 23. N. 1S27 Marv ff. b. Aug. William Todd and wife Clarissa had twelve children. June 10. 9. John A. Frederick Charles. d. McAllister d. 18S5. 1S63. Me. Julv 31. 1S90.. George . They resided in Milltown. Mr. William F. 1S13. They resided in Calais. IN AMERICA. Feb. March. b. m.. Mary McDonal. Ross. He is a merchant and lumber manufacturer. Sept. 1S06. 18S0. Porter. Jan. He was born Sept. iSiS. Eugene 19. Ellen R. Mrs. He died July 13. daughter of Joel and Anna (Moore) Whitnev. 1S6S. 4. Caroline Esther. . 1S55. June 14. Gardiner. June 20. in Milltown. Dr. b. Sept. 1799. m. viz : Mary Hill. B. Belfast. in the . Hannah. 1S2S George K. ' Fannie Barnard. Oct. Boston. Clewley. m. Todd d. 1S40. Sept. 27. 1878. m. Freeman Hale. 1S27. Jane IVhitney. b. Mav 2. 1S45.3l6 THE JAMESONS .. 1S40. Feb. and Elizabeth . Nov. 1S36. where they resided. Sept. George Stevens. Nov. Mass. Todd m. m. Charles W. N. 1S49. Frank. a student. m. 1S40. Me. Mrs. b. July. daughter of Charles E. 7. i. 1S9S. 19. . 1S13. b. m. Sept. m. They resided in Milltown. Charles Frederick. Boardman. d. 26. 1S90. William Todd d. B.Aug. b. 1S25.A. N. 1885. b. where Mrs. m. 1832. b. May II. July 31. Alice A'. daughter of William and Mary (Fraser) Grant. Stephen St. June 13. Feb. April 12. 17. 1S65. b. B. Jan. They resided in Milltown. 1S26. Stephen. B. d. March 28. widow of Captain Hanev. in Milltown. 1854. He Was a merchant and large manufacturer of lumber. Capt. '^ . 1S61. Oct. Abner Hill. Annie M. 5. Elizabeth Porter. May 11. There were nine children. b... Dec. b. m. . Georgie Hill: Henry F. . b. Feb. Mass.

where they resided until 1815."' Sarah Jane.. 1S61.. Dec. Cliarles Kent. 1S9S. Vt. N. 1S17. m.. Stephen. ^he was Mr. Vt. daughter of John and Mary (Hill) Bixbv. Gilchrist is a lawyer of ability and in Salt Lake City. 14. but died at his sister's. iVary Hill.. 1S04. 1839. Ann Bro-ant Dickey. 2. S. Mass. Grier. legislator. William Harris. 18. : . d. H. All'ert. June 16. Hillman Smith. was born [une 24. lulv 21. Feb. Jan. iSit. 1837. Mrs.. i. Mrs. m. Agnes Kelso.vrHAN. 21. Elizabeth Wooten. who in 1894 was the mayor of Auburn. March 14. 1 Andrew Gray. b. Maria Louisa. Laura MiAlltster." 111. was a member of the . 20. . He purchased of John Stinson and occupied the farm which was owntd in 1894 by tclgar Straw. m. 1 une James Jh'x/cr. d. 1853 JoN. and arrived June 5.«<?/. 1836. viz. 1S47. Feb. viz./ra Lozu. . UeWolfe. B. 1S75. Wahoo. H. ni. clergyman. N. 6. immigrant. 1844. H. They were Presbyterians. d. b. 1S98. Stephen. 17. He married in \-]i(). and times. Edgar b. N. Ireland. b. 1636. 1892. b. who married Margaret Moor. b. B. 15. 1746. Feb. Nov." Goffstown. Jane. Scotland. daughter of Stillman and Ann Jane (PerShe was born . 25. b. son of Ale. 26. H. h. in Carrollton.. Jaaies viz. June 5. in St. In 1633 he settled in Ipswich.May 25. Mass m. to Topsfield. h. m. On her maternal side. when they removed to Dunbarton. d. : They reside. Col.... 1842. Makth. Feb. Gilchrist married in 1750. ir. and Londonderry. Oct. . 1S71 1S63. Rev. WiUiam and Elizabeth (Wooten) Perkins. in Canyon City.. Me. 18S0.in New Boston. 1840. N. Feb. 30. in Canyon City. 14. 1S36. and Representative to the General Court from 165010 1655. 17. John Bixby. Footman. They resided in Goffstown.r^j'. IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.THE JAMESONS Feb. .lice R. Gilchrist was a descendant of Samuel and Hannah (Noah) Jones of Wilmington. Hannah Amanda. was born 1772 on "Shirley Hill. Ror. 1890. h. : James. b. 1S48. 9. They were buried in North Weare. id. where Mr. b. Edward Basford. Todd died .. where he preached for a while.. 111. July 9. i.S42 //. 1852.xander and Martha (Shirley) Gilchrist. b. N. Jan. Mary. Me. Eldred. 2 Mr. Aug. N. They resided in Calais. 23..^nn Brown Dickey. They had Charles Wellinglon. soldier. Mrs. Stephen. 1843. The Gilchrists are of Scotch descent.So4. Mrs. Eng. June 22. 1758. daughter of Elias and Jane (Gordon) Uickey. 2. They resided in Bradford. H. Sept. res. April 12. B. b. Louise Maria.: Adelia. \\. Charlotte E. Mr. They resided in Dunbarton. who married Elisabeth Moor. m.)?in. Jones. Mass. 23. Col. 1S31. Esq. Gilchrist died July 28. Utah. Aug. 1632. and later of Hillsborough. Cal.A. died Sept. d. a descendant of Rev. ni. 5. Ale. 9. Townsend died 1876.: (Reed) 26. 1S40. 1867 in Topeka. H. N. 1851. Miss Hinch Hannah. 21. N. m.. 1S30. N. Jan. 1870. N. Jan. which he cultivated until his death. Gilchrist died Dec.. 1S72. They resided in Chester. 8. b. Dec. It is said that Hon. . 1632. m. Sarah Louise. b. from an ancient family which belonged to They emigrated and settled in Belfast. N. . Neb. 1S02.\ov. son of Hill. They resided from 1861 to kins) Jones. B. N. trim. iSio. 1863. Me. 1846. 2. Mrs. on " Shirley Hill.: Nov. George Packard. Albans. m. the eldest child of Robert and iMolly (Todd) Moor. It is said of him farmer. Samuel Hill. 1S45. Robert Gilchrist and his wife Agnes had six children. He spent the most of his life in the family of his sister Jane in Bradford. 1843.. in the ship William and />««. 3. Mass. in St." Goffstown. 1898.. They had five children. Dec. 1817. in Boston. 1877. and from 1S67 to 1S70 in Oskaloosa. 1S39. Sept. Nov. H. in Reading. Sept. iSoo. Mr. 1834. They had seven children. Warren. May 9. 1S3S. Gilchrist died.. Herbert.\ 317 viz. b. on " Shirley Hill. June 22. Gilchrist died between Mrs. Mr. She was born March 29. Leonard E. Mass. b. 1S09. and later retired upon a farm.. and in Carrollton.\. which occurred subsequently to 1676. Ireland.Vncient and Honorable Artillery of Boston. Mr. distinction. b. . H d. 1S74. b. N. 181 5. m. He visited England several " As a scholar. where they died. Dona of Waukesha. m. came from Londonderry. Me. Todd died Jan.«. They resided in Calais." Goffstown. b. in St. Anthe early clans of Ayrshire.. She April 12 and Sept. was from St. July 29. April 26. Mrs.ERT Gilchrist. he bore himself in each relation with abilitv and distinction. The name is seen on signs of merchants and bankers in these cities to-day. and was buried in East Weare. Maria . 25. d. 2. 23. . 1. N. h. b. Stephen and two children. Their graves are both They had four children: Leonard IVhitimr. Jan. Aug. 23. They resided in Passadena. b. m. Luke Baker. William Perkins was born in 1607 in London. Mr.5/. and Milltown. Jan. Pike. Thev had Nov. iS^iS. Wis. si. Baker's second wife. in Goffstown.. N. viz. 1833. and now reside They have no children. H.. Sept. Gilchrist died April 29. children. H. m. d. H of Welsh origin. Nancy Ann Smith. John Wcirthley. sailed from there March 9. Baker's. Then removed . Kan. where he died Sept. man of business. . d.xander Gilchrist. was a grandson of James and Elizabeth (Moor) Footman. June 13.. then removed. 14.

H. N. Concord. James res. in Chester. April 25. h. and four of the second marriage.. Sarah Aiken. I. 1745-6. Moore died Jan. 'SSo. 1812. fosie Locke. "• '757' Martha Shirley. 1777. Gilchrist died April 22. Hannah Kennedy. 17. and resided in Concord. 1844. James. H. Me.. b. They had eight children. They had eight children. May 8. N.. Martha C. son of Robert and Agnes (Kelso) Gilchrist.«. Slie was born Mrs. 181S: b. 7.E-XANDER Gilchrist. d. b. 1852. H. Robert Feb. John Kelso. 19. N. N. James. Alexander. H. April 22.. 3. i860. b. 1764. Lydia Davis. m. 19. in iSiS: he served in the Revolution under Gen. 1765.. 13. He Sylvester. m. was born He married. 15. 1S39. h. £lisa Ann. Mrs. I789. Robert McGregor Moore Yarmouth. Agites. and other colonial He was also in the War of the Revolution. In 18S6 he accepted a position in the Concord post-office. Nov. b. He was appointed in 1S47 warden of the State Prison.. 28. H. viz. N. 1842. Dec. in Chester. b. They resided in Concord. Sept. yowng. 12. McGre. Hugh AIoor was born in Goffstown. June 10. was commissioned bv President Cleveland postmaster of Concord. Margaret. 1813.. Concord. Oct. N. Dec. Goffstown. m. Jan. Nancy Harr. 1748. They resided in Goffstown. Feb. Lewis Davis.. b. 1807. In the fall of 1842. d. Henry P. She was born Dec. Sarah Ellen Tucker. Nancy.. 12. He retired from business in 1884. and served two years. H. 1815. N. N. where he died Dec. 1S94. 1849. 3r. Mary Moor died. Oct. May iS. 1791. then for several years he was in Boston. New York. 1815. 1S76. Ai. John Stark. m. May of Londonderry. Ida. 1821. 1743. 1S24. 1828. daughter of John and Annie (Orr) Aiken of Bedford. in C//<i/7« £.: 316 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. H. H. 1777. N. 1772. res.. d. 1849. educated. iSiS. A. b.. S. 1S52. Sept. Mrs. S. yo/. Robert Kennedy was in the Louisburg expedition." in GofFstown. H. 1849.Clark. 1762. H.'' They had si. 1731. Nov. Elizabeth. b. N. b. 11. H. res. N. Sept. July 25. m. wars. 1785. b. 1785. He married ^Maiy Dunlap. July 28. '. ' Eliza Robinson. 1775. where Mr. and June 4. 1848. in Pittsfield. Alexander. A. Mary. She was born Jan. Jolin Hiram Jameson. Waltham. 1847 Ira Barr. H. Mr. d.\ children. b. She was born Jan. 1759. d. hardware dealers. m. b. 6. 1738. 1733.. 24. in Salisbury. d. iSio. Aug. 23. There were seven children marriage. in Andover. b. Jan. Martha Shirley. //arriet.. H. N. 1S44. yohii. 13. in a Michigan regi- . Jan. 1799. and in 1852 represented the town of Concord in the State Legislature. R. d. b. m. ni. daughter of Robert Kennedy of Goffstown. David. b. April 1898. H. He was employed for some years in the manufacturing establishment of William P. Mav served in the Union army. in Goffstown. : Robert. viz. 1826. A'obert. iMrs. 5. 28. N. d. -Mary Shirley. Sept. under the firm name of Hugh and James Moor. They 3. 1796. WillH. her cousin. Sarah Aiken. m. b. 8. Oct. m. Dec. IVilliam. June 12. N. Jane. 1S16. d. . with a remarkable memory of " ye olden times. T76S. Oct. to first moved of the : Byron. until 1S42. Margaret Moor. William Todd. N Nov. d. daughter of James Aiken of Goffstown. b. Moor married. Samuel. N. He established in 1850 the hardware firm of Moor. Fran/. 8. 1S21 Samuel. in resided in Goffstown. 1S46.zor. 1777. Moor died 1813. m. 31. 28. Mr. which in 1870 was changed to James Moor & Sons. b. Jan. Mass. a twin sister of Nancy. b. 1850. John Russell.: Orrin. when they reConcord. b.. 1740. 24. Nov. b. which position he held until They had no children. H. 1733. ni. John Shirley. 10. H. 8. iam Riddle of Bedford. 1855. m. d. Aug. he took charge of the Washington Tavern. m. H. d. Ford & Co. 1855. Cilley S: Co. and afterwards was with his father in the management of a hotel in Amoskeag. She was born in 1736.. Moore died. 1852. d. Dec. d. graduating from the High School. . d. viz. Thomas. m. 30. 1853. 1888. March 17.-. daughter of Oct. 1S20. Me. and Mr. 1844. d. March 19. S. 29. N. 1757. res. Oct. Gilchrist died Hill. b. b. m.. N. Mary. 8. S. 18 10: m Sally Little.. d. 1820. iMr. in Chili. voung. Moor in early life was with an uncle in Corinna. H. William Mansis. Jerry S. 1S05.. Me. b. 26. 9. b. 28. N. N. Moore was born. 9. H. Jan. 2. N. viz. b. Aug. and in 1898 was still living out a vigorous old age. 1736. H. d. Aug. b. Oct. July 29. Jaiiel. 1 Martha Craige. April 25. Sept. 1847. Moor served on the Board of Fire Engineers. From 1870 to 1SS4 he was a member of the firm of James Moore & Sons. ]an. W. 9. d. 1791. daughter of David and Polly (Dunlap) Barr. Perlev Cleaves. Sept. married Sarah Russell. d. Mass. daughter of John True and Sally Neal (Coffin) Tucker. They resided on • Shirley Mr.

b. s. m. 1844. and. Oct. Mr. ^. Almira Ro^vley.Mrs. 1795. Sept. 1S13. 3. and resided in Derry. Dec. Low. where Mrs.. Me. ic. Benjamin P. 1847. 1760. A/ot«. then removed to Barnet. N. 22. Marston. June 5. Oct. Oct. Dec. 1863. 624-638. He died young. Aug. b. 20. pp. 1831. «(V Jameson. Mary Jameson died March 23. 319 ment. . m. with his wife and eight children. b. Vol. Jameson died Nov. married Smith.. 1868. William G. Jameson went to Canandaigua. Hopkins. m. yenny Brown. Oct. and later removed to Levant. with his brother. -Louisa Montgomery. their father being deceased. Martha G. A. ^go. 1813. m. son of Robert and Molly (Todd) Moore.i. and they both lie buried in the old cemetery in Goffstown Center. Orriii.. April 25. He married . Nov. David A. so< sSq. 1844. . 1853. 1815.b. Joseph and Mary (Guy) Brown. D. Charles F. [1671]. 7ice Jameson. jjS. p. was born Dec. She 25. 17. Daniel Jameson. Locke. 1661.»>/. Tliomas T. pp. . 12. 14. 22. ^ Janet Brock. Prudence Leonard. 1803. 30. Feb. the youngest daughter of Dea. m. m.v. m. 1867. in a New Hampshire S. 1835.. 1 Aira/i K.L\M S. 26. 1815. Charlotte Foster. pp. 28. Gt-n. regiment. Zv<J'M.n Stevens.H. brother. 1803. farm. N. 4gj. H. H. m. d. 20. m. Wli. Book of Nut_field. — H. /J/fer/.son. son of of Hugh 25.. Nov. i j. 1793. 11. m. b. A'ew England Hist. 1787. n. b. Feb. b. They resided in Maine. m. [1652] and jane (Barr) He married Dec. Mrs. 3.. 1827.. m. Feb. Daniel [1669].h. Julys. 6.. He died in 1S40. April 25. Jame. : m. .. 1856. a'. Alexander^ Jameson Jameson. ^ Mary Horr.\ [1670]. Parks. and later resided in Bellevue. Moore died in 1872. 1S33. I. Mrs. /)«. b. where they both died. 1S17.Mrs. Sept. b. Aug..William B. d. June 8. 1819. . iSi}. 1805. 1821. m. II. Sept. . b. Jan. Aug. b. Jan. b. N. d. b. 1S18. 1S63. Vol. H. was born in Chester.Sl|>i b. 1819. M/rj. 1791. Ann. April 1 6. Memoranda. 1835.0. nie Jameson. 10. 179S m. viz. N^.^ Martha Gilchrist. signed a liond Nov. 1S25. Hugh Jameson. HlT. b. ^ Ann Maria Sheldon. 1S50. m. pp. 1S29. 1785. H. b. Dec. Frank P. 1S66. They had ten children. N. the eldest not fifteen Mr.\ d. 1782. Nov. 1^21. d. Charles Rowell Alvin. 1797. June 12. Oct. Nov. 26. 183S. Lorenzo. i S26. Alexander [1674]. 1825 Abigail. John Dunlap. gd.. A\ H..H -Matilda Hcm:n-u'. \^\u. H. who inarried Sally Moore. 29. Nancy ( Walton) Porter. b.. JOSEPH Brown [1668]. 1871. 1840. 15. Sept. July 3.Avis Smith. Nov.. 2gg. Dec. b.. 28. HisAdjutant-Geiteral's Report. March 27. y. 1836. 1 Thankful Clement. The Three Dici. Robert and Molly (Todd) Moore.evs. Oct. daughter THE CHH. and in 1790 each came into the full possession of half of Mr. April 10. 8. . the youngest son of Dea.. 17S9. Feb. Flinn. 1839. Sarah M\RY [1672].. m. 1S24. N. 1835. to provide for their parents in consideration of a deed given them of the old homestead In 1788 they made a division of the farm by their honored father. Vt. m. 22. d. July 22. Samuel Moore. Jane. Thomas [1673]. N. Vol. m. 1S22.)A D. resided in Goffstown. Robert and Molly (Todd) Moore. H. m. Daniel . m. d. b. 1864. 31. '^ {//ug//^). 2. and they resided in Goffstown. He died young. 5. [1675]. m. 15. Margaret.-. Jameson. 22. Y. i . tory of Chester. LI.DREN WERE: [1667]. Q4. d. Nothing has been learned of this family. He went to Chili. Mich. Nov. 6. June 25. Jameson died later. 1844. and later Mr. They resided until 1800 in Dunbarton. b.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. married a Miss Cunningham. M. Mary Daniel Moore. in Starkstown.ister. H. {Chapman) Clark. N. Sept. References. IE No. 17S6. Jan. 'n. N. Rei. He served in the Union army. A^exo Hampshire Revolutionary Rolls. March 23. m. The Canadian Biograph :c at Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men. July iS.'^ Polly Hemingway.. Sanders. 27. 26. Jameson sold out his interest to his the homestead. July 6.. their father still living. 16. 21.

July 4. d. [1676]. d. 1878. of Deerfield. ^ Sarah J. One child of Robert and Ann (Brown) Cochran died while young. m. Mary B. d. i. Jameson's father. ni. De'c. i^o^. who married Joseph Patterson James.|)ril 6. lod in silver for travel and provisions. removed to Barnet. Feb. iSii. Harriet Alexander. he gave a bond. 26. 26. 1782. from Sept. H. 1762. Jameso. Ann married 'Robert Cochran of Pembroke. and much interested in the genealogy of the Brown family. the ancestor of the late Gov. Jameson died July Chester. on a march to Springfield. and their children reside in Plymouth. 17. b. H. 1S31. Jonas Hastings [1683]. Sept."« '^-4' Mary Tiuiss. Under date of Nov. Ephraim Orcutt. -Fanny Kent. N. Joseph Brow. Straw of New Hampshire. 6. 1778. i. N. Moses Kelly's regiment. and in consideration of the same. m. wrote lived in Peacham. Sept. 7. Dec. 1830. 1S30. H. July 10. 15. and jane (Barr) Jame- ham. 1793. under the same date. b. 1791. Nov. H. . jointly with his older brother. Oct. . 1866. m. a physician. 6. Hugh [1687]. Jameson died Jan. and had eleven children. . in the town of Dunbarton.?w. 1819. Elizabeth. of the selectmen of Dunbarton.She died June 22. and served on an He served. March . June 22. 1841. N. and was discharged Aug. 1662. 1836. They had seven children: Janet. 30. also. Betsey Burnham 7. '^Hannah Perkins. He married Oct. d. AuRAHAM BuR. 1778. m. N. Vt. was reared in Londonderry. 8. years of age. April 6. m. 25.. an account of the family. 1827. N. -Job " Oliver Bailey d. H. 28. in the Third Range.\braham ). N. b. Rowell."^ Robert A. 17. N. James Davis.v. Jemima Hvrris [1684]. was born Feb. enlisted as a private soldier.O'^t. b. of Chester. 4. H. 27.^. H. . M.. 1S08. She was born Oct. and settled in Chester. 15. April 29. [1680]. Enoch P. Hannah [1682].\RGARET [1677]. son of Hugh [1652] Dailiel'. 1S26. Oct. 1S64. land. IreAt the age of nineteen years he came to America. ^ Caroline D. March 17. 1S14. 1S04: m. who married Alargaret Moore of Derryfield. 20.. "^. Hugh Jameson. b. Memoranda. Feb. 23. of Canterbury. and I ]%%. : '^ . Aug. 1792. Jane [1686]. in Dunbarton. Rachel. Conn. until Sept. in . 30. Dec. married a Miss Howe. 9. H. H. viz. 1881. m. 1849. 1S02. b.Jameson {Hugh^ son. She married -James Knox of Pembroke. b. 1SS7. Captain Lee's company. 1S81. to provide for his parents during their natural lives. Mary. 1796. at the age of sixteen years. lived to maturity. [1681]. who married Ezekiel Straw. No. Henrv B. 21. Alexander Jameson. 1S54. There was no division made. b. Moody. d. Thankful C. H.. expedition to Rhode Island. b. H. who married Obadiah Hutchried Zuar Eldridge of Lebanon. one of the daughters. H. N. d. 17S8. who marand Martha. inson. Mr. Joseph Cochran.5«/v///. 1781. 1835. he received from his father. Col. who married Nathaniel Nourse. located in Lot No. Mary. Lydia. where his youngest child was born. Hannah . Vt.v married Mary Guy of Allenstown. in Starkstown. H. 3. m. N. N. 15. a descendant of the above Joseph Brown. Mass. Aug. where they resided. Mrs. Thii.XHAM [1678]. July 30. and received l6s. N. who married Alexander Jameson. She died iii'infancy. b. however. 17 to Sept. He married '^Martha Otterson. Sept. May 5. Mrs. Aug. iSoo. only two of whom They Joseph married Elizabeth Curry. 19. Joseph Brow. N. 1795.v. d. the other. and had two children.. iS66. it is said. He died June 26. . Sargent. and where his wife died when the babe was but four weeks old.mas [1685]. Daniel [1679]. H. May 25. daughter of . H. 1820. Jan. Mr.. Mary (Perkins) Burn1769. of Warren. 25. July 26. resides iti East Hampton. N.A. July. Dinsmore. N. William McQiieston d. 6. 1S22. Nov. b. 179S. N. 1S49. They had five children. 1S06. Merrill. a deed of one half his farm. '" THE CHILDREN WERE: 17S9: m. H. Oct.320 THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. m. . N. b. Bkow.

penman. N.xander Jameson sold out his possessions to his brother. and satisfactorily discharged the duties of several important stations. by various purchases. 1788. 2S. while he took the north side. removed with his family to Barnet. and two terms as representative to the general court. A special town-meeting was held Aug. It appears that Ale. meadow. Jameson's marriage. in later life recalls him with very tender appreciation in a letter which she writes under date of "February the 7"' 1857" from Chester." "That he was a good scholar. years. 1878. 6 y^' Third Kange. Jameson was a woman of rare beauty and sprightliness. Eng: and from some mention . I have not extolled him too highly. so that his landed estate embraced some two hundred acres. H. Mrs. where she died June 22. Mrs. on her seventy-eighth birthday. H. 27. and. from 1799 to 1803. and. and in her eightieth year she stitched a linen collar beautifully. It is said of him person of much ability. Orcutt. N. April 22.. Jameson's Burnham ancestry is traced to John Burnham.xancler should have the south side of the farm. from 1787 to 1814. and •' an excellent singer of Psalms. Mrs. who was born in 1617 in Norwich. N. a professor of religion. and He was selectman in 1787. Mrs. but they were both I'iving Nov. Jameson was a prominent citizen of the town. She remained some years with her widowed mother in Dunbarton. N. Mrs. but probably both were dead prior to Feb. and was filling both these offices at the time of his death. good judgment. who was but fourteen years of age when her father died. a daughter. 3. She mentions that her father. of superior abilities. He was elected representative to the genera! court two years. Jameson had purchased of James Gauy fifty acres on the north side of Lot. 1810 to 1814. Mr. and tillage. in Chester. She was the mother of twelve children. came to own the larger part of his father's farm. Mr.. and nine were married and had families.ah Jameson. Prior to this. the offices he at times held and his records as town clerk afford ample testimony. taught school. Jameson. 321 shortly before Mr. at least. Vt. 15. where the traveling public were hospitably entertained. then made her home with her sister. He was an industrious farmer. of kind disposition. 6. Jameson. Alexander Jameson. later. She was very skilful with a needle. She survived her lamented husband thirty-three years. and man of business. seven from 1809 to 1S14. in 1809 and 1813. H.. and was buried in Dunbarton. She further characterizes him as a man of solid sense. Mr. beloved father. following. owned and cultivated an excellent farm. in the midst of his public service and usefulness. whose maiden name was Hannah Burnham. and justice of the peace." and she concludes by saying: "Such were the qualifications of my dear. tithingman. when it was agreed that his brother Ale. He was assessor of " He was a the direct tax for the county of Merrimack. Sarah Sargent. and latei with a niece. in Chester. fifty acres of land in '• Lot No. N. When the new meeting-house was built in 1789. H. Feb. son of Robert and Mary (Andrews) Burnham. Y. to fill the vacancies occasioned by Mr. Norfolkshire. it seems that his father. Orcutt. and John Stinson selectman. and to him were entrusted the duties of various offices. H. inclusive. in the Fourth Range. town clerk. at the age of fifty-two years. divided into woodland. July 9. he purchased pew No.. He was town clerk nine years. highly esteemed and respected. and John Gould was chosen town clerk. and Christian character. and died at the home ot her daughter. later. when a young man. 16 in the gallery." Mr. 1788. No. N. was married on her nineteenth birthday. eleven of whom grew to manhood and womanhood. 1790. as also capacity for business.. a person of great energy and mental activity. in Amherst. Jameson took a lively interest in the religious affairs of the town. kept a public-house. Mrs. assessor of direct taxes. and a few years later to Canandaigua. Jameson's death. H. served the town as selectman. and. Hann. 1801. 18 14. was living Sept.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. possessed of a very sweet disposition and Christian spirit. doing a large amount of the town business. he bought of his brother." This daughter was unmarried. N. 1796." Just when his parents died is unknown. Jameson died after a brief illness. intelligent. besides some lands adjacent. Mr. about 1800. and his house was a country inn. 17S2.

h. son of the above Josiah and Abigail (Varney) Burnham. m. m. 14. There were with him his in this ill-fated ship two younger brothers. 1733. and died Oct. found guilty. b. briel. when young man of twenty years. . 1692. Mr. 1741. H. as a soldier. and IVilliam. who died.Burnham. 14. Josiah. Jan. Mass. ried Josiars Burnham.'' b. June 1690.'^ and came to America on board " T/ie Angel Gacommanded by Captain Andrews. Jacob. m. May Sept. of Ips- Thomas Burnham. and Robert Burnliam. 28.THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1692. Job. Mrs. 1S14 Ruth. barney. Sarah. Dorothy . daughter of Samuel and Margaret (Towne) PerShe was born Sept. d.Abigail Ebeiuzer. Elizabeth Butler. 1 Day. Mary Perkins. d. 16S8. Paul .m [Josiah. Elizabeth. and niece of John Procwho was accused of witchcraft. wich. d. b. ni. There were John Cogswell and famthe Cogswells ancestors of the in this country. m. a John Burnham. 1742. : Josiah. m. Hannah (Burnham) Jameson. m. 1713. in Topsfield. Abigail Burnham survived her husband but a few days. They had four children. April 16. 1762. Thankful.\. A:. who settled in also ily. 1695. in Salem. was engaged in the Pequod expedition from Ipswich. 7. 5. Job. Dec. Mass. 1777. 23. kins. viz. 1692. Feb. b. 25. Burnham married -Abigail Day. Sarah . 1746. They had three children.. 19. married Abigail Varney. b. Mass. son of Josiah and Abigail (Day) Burnham. Burnham died July . viz. and in consideration of his service. They had three children. mar' Elizabeth Butler. b. He and settled married on those lands. 1S91. July 19. Mr. and hanged Aug. m. 1716.^ John ^). 11. Nov. Abigail."^ Josiah. . Oct. : Mary. Abigail. 31. 24. Auraham* Burnha. Daniel Story. yo/tii. liis mother's brotlier. Sarah. Perley. Low . Dover. 27. being the mother of nine children. 1662. tor Josiah . 1746. June 25. : Ahraham. m i637-'39. 1748. married Mary Perkins. where he spent his days as a farmer. land. m. whose daughter. son of the above Johni and Mary Burnham. d. Josia/i. viz. N. daughter of Thomas and Abigail (Proctor) \'arney. the town granted him a large tract of land lying on the east side of the so-called Hackett's creek in that part of Ipswich which is now Mary Esse. viz. : Mrs. March 10. Nov. Dec. Eliziil>et/i. d. May 9. 31. and died.

Sylvesters. Oct. H. David Balch. son Abraham and Mary (Perkins) Burnham. Aug. 1 William Caldwell. who was born July 20. where he died Nov. Abraham. 14. 23. married 1784. 1899. d. Mass. 1895. 2 months. Sarah They resided in DunStory was a daughter of Daniel and Ruth (Burnham) Story. res. Abraham. b. m. 1828. : 6. in Topsfield. in Dunbarton. Jan. Sarah T. Mass. N. Ball died Jan. son of John and Rebecca (Proctor) Ball. viz. d.2. Jan. and 2 days. 1775. Mr. i8i. 7. 6. Fanny Channell. N.. Da7nd Burnham Balch. 14. Clouston. David B. b. He became Dr. N. Mass. 5. 1839. where they resided. son of Ephraim and Nancy (Davis) Davis. 1788. Perkins died June 30. and was the father July 7. Mass. 17. ter of David Story Perkins. 27. of David and Hannah (Perkins) Balch. May 7. d. 1771. 1823. 1S57. b. Mass. Mass. Sept. March 5. in Topsfield. Feb. Dec. They had seven children. May 2. H. Dec. barton. 1S59. in Essex.. b. 1797. daughPaul and Sarah (Story) Perley. in Washington. b. 1849. Nancy Goodwin. Mass'. 19. 17. 1811. Caldwell died Aug. From the above it appears that Mrs. d.. d.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. and in Topsfield. d. H. 1S45. I'ide Tombstones. H. 1767. and removed in 1822 to Washington. Ball married Aug. ^ Betty Biiriiliam. b. resided corner of Davis and Main streets. Sept. They resided in Topsfield. N. b. 9. m. N. Abram. 1853. 1773.Perkins died Dec. 1764. b. in Marlboro. There was one child. 21. : They D. m. Mass. 1769. i. 22. 8. 1784. 1849. July 13. b. where Mrs. 1763. Thankful B. 1847. David Balch. Aug. Mrs. Topsfield. Israel Balch. Feb. son Thomas and Mrs. N. 1822 Dexter Ball. m. iSci. Oct. They had eight children. 14. where they resided.. Mrs. who married Thankful Burnham. He was born Feb. Mass. . 1853. N. Brown. was born Aug. Oct. Jameson's youngest son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Holmes) Caldwell. Samuel Elliott. They had five children. Mass. June 13.. Mr. m.. ip. Ball died Jan. Mary E. where they both died. in Dunbarton. b. 3.Samuel Perkins. Balch died July 22. 1768. 7. 7. N. Her age was 89 years. 1S26. 1797. 1812. Balch died June 27. . April 4. nephew of Mrs. Mrs. 1803. in Am- . d. Mrs. 1821. They resided in Marlboro. 1S32. b. Jonathan O. Sept. 14. m. Clarissa Townes. John C. i. daughter of 1753. 17S2. viz. d. and resided in her father's old home until lier death. 28. 1784. b. 17S2. Mass. 1806. 1821 d. She was born May 27.. Sarah Peabody. She was born June 6. of Amesbury. m... 323 Mrs. . Betty. b. H. Washington. N. 1826. David Balch married March 19. Mrs. 1788. b. 19. Aug. where Mr. m. : ^/<)//j/. married 5Vzra/i/Vr/i?)'. 'Jhanhfiil. I. Aug. d. Betty Balch died Oct. and that David Burnham Balch. 1852. Almira M. 1878. Sarah A. H. H. d. 1814. They resided in Washington. She was born in Springfield. 26. Davis. 1S38. Jameson. b. 25. Ball. William Caldwell. Haiimil:. 1882. She was unmarried. 8. 1799. of Amesbury. N. Sarah Balch died March 2. '^^'s. S. Fanny Balch died April 16. June 22. Martha (Wildes) Perkins. April 21. March 24. Israel Perkins.. viz. viz. of Mary Balch. H. b. b. Dunbarton. b. m. 19. 22. She was born March 28. Albert Davis. They had five children. 1848.. 1784.. May II. m. July 31. Sylvia J. Mary Elizabeth. Israel. They resided in Durham. and Mr. 180S. H.1848. Martha 1S20. 26. July 4. of in resided in Dunbarton. Sept. 18S6. N. Howard. daughter of Jacob and Sarah (Potter) Peabody. Burnham died Nov.. H. N. Mrs. Elmira J. 1S23. 1S53. May 27. Hannah. d. Mr. 1849. was born July 17. 19. He was born July i. who married Molly Burnham. 1825. H. and Abigail (Burnham) Channell. was born May i. was an elder half-brother of Dr. May 21. N. 1S5S. Sarah Perley. 28. Oct. Nov.. Thomas B. m. David Story. Sept. Oct. ^Neheniiah Ball. Jan.. 1816. m. Davis died. Mr. 1763. -Harris Robinson. son of Israel Perkins above. 1827. Richard N. He married April 21. Oct. Mass. m.. b. Mrs. Hannah (Burnham) Jameson. 9. She died young. Jameson's sister. 1769. Marlboro. Elliott was buried in Forest Hills. H. the wife of Daniel Jameson. b. 3. July 16. Daniel Jameson. '^ : Israel Perkins. 1801. 1814. in Antrim. 26. Vide Tombstones Dunhaiton. I79[. He died in childhood. m. 29. m. sister. Sylvester . Dec. March 8. Israel Balch. Betty Balch was a sister of Mrs. Sept. 1795. Boston.. 1786. Mr. H. d. Dec. Mrs. April 26.. 1815. d. Sept. 185S. Perkins died May 31. born June 29. iiee Day. b. 1895.Feb. 6. daughter of Abraham J.. i860. 1765. Mrs. They had one child.

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N. H. Mrs. Caldwell married Sept. 10, 1801, ^Samuel Perkins, son of Thomas and Martha (Wildes) Perkins, and younger brother of Israel Perkins, who married Mrs. Caldwell's sister, Molly Burnliam. He was born Jan. 20, 1776, in They resided in Dunbarton, N. H. Mr. Perkins died .\Iay 22, Topsfield, Mass. Mrs. Perkins died Feb. 7, 1S53, in Francestown, X. H. There were three 1833. children of the first marriage and seven of the second marriage.
Mary, b. Nov. 12, 1792, d. Nov. 20, 1S35 William, b. Oct. 30, 1794, m. Dec. 4, 1820, Eliza Ireland, d. .\pril 25, 1S79; Bt:tsey,\i. Sept. 21, 1796, m. Edward Gould, d. April i, 1832; h. March 26, 1S02, m. July 30, 1S20, Jonas H. Jameson [1683J, d. July 7, 1842; Daniel, b. May 21, 1804, m. Lucy Fellows, d. Feb. 10, 1840; Margartt, b. Oct' 5, 1806, m. Isaac Hovey, d. April, 1S91; Burn ham, h.Mtc. 30, 1808, m. 1841, Rosilla Whitcomb, d. April, 1884; Horace, b. Jan. 26, 1812, d. Oct. 30, 1S24; Jameson, b. Dec. 13, 1S14, d. Oct. 18, 1848; David C, h. Sept. 27, 1817, d. Dec. 15, 1837.
;

Hannah,

William C.\ld\vell, son of William and Thankful (Burnham) Caldwell, was born He married Dec. 4, 1820, £//sa Ireland, Oct. 30, 1794, in Dunbarton, N. H. daughter of Jonathan and Mary (Maley) Ireland. She was born Sept. 25, iSco, in Salem. Mass. They resided in Dunbarton, N. H., where Mr. Caldwell died April Mrs. Caldwell died Aug. 18, 1884. They had seven children, viz.: 25. 1879.
William, b. June 21, 1821, d. Feb. i, 1865; Jonathan, b. Oct. 5, 1824, m. Margaret Little; EJiuard, b. Nov. 26, 1826, m. > .Sarah Gardner, m. -Georgie Proctor; Mary Eliza, b. Jan. II, 1830, m. William Orne Horace, b. Oct. 26, 1831, m. i Hannah Kimball, m. •'Sarah Waite; Olive, b. Oct. 20, 1836, m. George Morrill; Henry Mills,h. Dec. 22, 1838, d. July 12,
;

JIr. Caldwell was a farmer and a much respected citizen of the town. He.xry M. Caldw'ell, the youngest son, was a member of the class of 1S61 in Dartmouth College. He volunteered in the Union army, was commissioned, Sept., 1 861, captain of a company of sharpshooters attached to the Second Regiment of N. H. Vols. He died July 12, 1862, in the U. S. army service in Falmouth, Va. Capt. Caldwell was commanding in person and noble in character. Burnham Perkins married 1841, Rosilla Whitcomb, daughter of Asa and Olive (Buzzell) Whitcomb. She was born March 20, 1820, in Marshfield, Vt. They resided in Elmore, Vt. Mr. Perkins died May 10, 1884. Mrs. Perkins died March They had seven children, viz. 24, 1879.
:

Ty/,?;///;,/.?., b. Dec. 29, 184T, m. June26, 1867, Albert Benjamin Read; Henrv C, b. .\ug. 19, 1844, m. Nov., 1S66, Josephine Thurston, res. San Francisco,'Cal.; Charles B., b. Nov. 13, 1849, m. July, 1S74, L. Tebbetts, res. Brattleboro, Vt.; Marguerite P.,h. ]3.n. 20, 1853, m. April, 1885, Frank Brewer, res. South Orange, N. J.; Jameson D., b. May 2, 1855, m. Jan. i, 1877, Agnes Geddes, res. Jamaica Plain, Mass.; Asa W., b. Aug. 25, 1856, m. Nov 3, 1SS4, Nellie M. Sargeant, res. Winchendon, Mass.; Ida M., b. March 26, 1859, m. March 28, 18S2, Warren Read, res. Fitchburg, Mass.

Emma

Th.\nkful B. Perkins, daughter of Burnham and Rosilla (Whitcomb) Perkins, was born Dec. 29, 1842, in Elmore, Vt. She married June 26, 1867, Albert Benjamin Read, iow of Benjamin and Deziah (Ballou) Read. He was born April 27, They reside in Winchendon. Mass. They had one 1846, in Swanzey, N. H. child, Beatrix- Martha, b. Nov. 19, 1888. Ja.meson David Perkins was born in Fitzwilliam, N. H. He married Agnes Geddes, daughter of Joseph and Agnes (AIcGill) Geddes. She \vas born in Paisley, Scotland, and came to this country with her parents when two years old. They resided in Concord, N. H., and in Jamaica Plain, Mass. They had one child, Ada Margaret, b. Sept. 27, 1877.
cord,

KKVt.RY.nc^s.— Court Papers, case o/Gagevs. Jameson, i7jj-4,'on file Stale House, ConA\ H. Records of Hillsborough Co., Register of Deeds Office. New Hampshire Revolutionary Rolls, Vol. I, p. 605; Vol. II, pp. 140, 161,633; Vol.IIf,p.jjj. History of Dunbarton, N. H., pp. 14X), 2jg, 240, 266, 267. Perkins Family, Part II, pp. ig, j/. History 0/ Hampton, N. H., Vol. II, pp. go~-g/6. Burnham Family, pp. iSS-igi. Batch Family, pp.
7j, 76, 142.

Alumni of Dartmouth
The
Cogs'uells in

College, AT.

H.,p. 433.

History of Washington, N. H.,pp.

2gt, ^6S, ^64.

America, p.

ly.

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IN

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325

No. 1663.

Hngll" Jameson (H'lig^i'^ )• son of Hugh [1652] and Jane (Barr) Jamewas born April 13, 1764, in Starkstown, N. H. He married March 25, She 1785, yaiiet Brocklebivik, daughter of Samuel and Jane Brocklebank. was born June 28, 1767, in Heidleberg, since June 25, 1779, New London, Mr. Jameson died Dec. 28, N. H. They resided in Canandaigua, N. Y. Mrs. Jameson died Sept. 6, 1837. 1814.
son,

THE CHILDREN WEKE
Samuel
Janet
[1688], b.

:

May
26,

22,
16,
1

17S9;

raA Rachel Haiidv
^

;

m.

-

Almira Beiiton; m. '^Matilda
m. -Joseph

Cia:\'; d.

May
866.

lo, 1868.

[1689], b.

Nov.

1791; m. about 1S07,

Fhilo Hickok;

Owen;

A.

March

June 10, 1834, Maria Melvin; d. Oct. 24, 1S64. Zechanah Tiffinay. She died young. March 23, 1S25, Jacob Smith d. Sept. 15, 1S76. John I!. [1694], b. Dec. 25, 1S03; m. April 5, 1S26, Betsey Remington; d. Aug. 14, 1868. Elvira [1695], b. May 17, 1806; m. Calvin Nelson; res. Springport, Mich.; d. Nov., 1850. Livonia [1696], b. March 15, 180S m. Dec. 17, 1828, Austin H. Wilder; d. Aug., 1831. James M. [1697], b. Oct. 19, 1810; m. March 25, 1841, Loretta Tvivnley d. Sept. 13, 1886. Elmika [1698], b. Feb. 22, 1813. She died Jan. 12, 1852.
[1690], b. .A.pril 21, 1795; m. m. [1691], b. June 17, 1797 Clarissa [1692], b. July 16, 1799. MiTTiF. [1693I, b. Oct. 28, 1801 m.

Hugh

Nancy

;

;

;

;

\

Memoranda.
his marriage, in company with two of his wife's Ijrothers, Messrs. Brocklebank of New London, removed to what was then "The West," and settled in Canandaigua, N. Y. He was a farmer in that new country, and after years of industry had brought under good cultivation a large farm. As showing his prosperity in 1S12, Mr. Jameson built a new and very commodious house, which is still standing, and now occupied by a grandson, Mr. Albert E. Smith, who owns and carries on the old farm of his grandfather, Hugh Jameson. Mr. Jameson did not live long, only two years, to enjoy his new house. He died Mrs. Jamein 1814, at the age of fifty years, leaving a widow and eleven children. Her ancestors, the Brocklebank family, son survived him more than twenty years. The name is sometimes spelled Brockelbank. It were from Yorkshire, England. occurs in the early records of the towns of Rowley and Georgetown, Mass.

Mr. Jameson, very soon

after

Reference.— r/;.-

History of Rirwley, Mass., p. 4sg.

No. 1666.
JameS0ll(jy/<4'//M, son of Hugh [1652] and Jane (Barr) Jameson, was born May, 1771, in Dunbarton, N. H. He married Sept. 24, 1805, Isabella McGaw, daughter of Robert and Martha (Means) McGaw. She was born Oct. 5, 1777, in New Boston, N. H. They resided in GoffsMrs. Jameson died May Mr. Jameson died June 10, 1813. town, N. H.

Thomas'

14, 1817.

THE CHILDREN WERE:
[1699], b. July 13, 1S06; m. Nov. 6, 1826, William Whittle; d. Oct. 25, 1S82. REiiECCA [1700], b. Jan. 13, 1S08 ; m. Nov. 12, 1857, Rev. Nathaniel Cogswell. He died in St. Paul, Minn., 1853. John [1701], b. Dec. 13, 1S09. He died in infancy, July 29, 1812. Thomas [1702], b. July 29, 1S12. Mary Means [1703], b. Oct. 30, 1S13. She died in childhood, March 15, 1S17.
J.

Martha

McGaw Hugh

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Memoranda.
1797 from Dartmouth College, and studied law with John Harris, Esq., and Baruch Chase, Esq., of Hopkinton, N. H. He was admitted to the bar at the April term, 1S03, of the Hillsborough County Court of Common The same year he settled in the practice of his Pleas, sitting in Amherst, N. H. Mr. Jameson came of Scotch-Irish stock, of a profession in Goffstown, N. H. family somewhat prominent, and is represented as a brilliant man of large promise. From the few particulars that have been gleaned respecting him, we learn that he was successful in his profession, and was cut off in the midst of his career at the early age of forty-two years, leaving a family of young children, for whom he had fortunately secured a sufficient pecuniary provision for those days.

Mr. Jameson graduated

in

lege, p. SS.

References. — 7X1? /a;v«fry Cabinet, iSoj, Amherst, N. H. Alumni of Dartmouth The Bench and Bar of Nev) Hampshire, pp. 43S, 439-

Col-

No. 1667.
Hllgll^ Jameson {Alexander,- Hiig/i'^), son of Alexander [1661] and Jenny (Brown Jameson, was born Sept. 20, 1786, in Dunbarton, N. H. He She was born Feb. 17, 1786, in Barmarried, Jan. 6, 1805, /ancf Brock. They resided in Riga, N. Y., where Mrs. Janet Jameson died Jan. net, Vt. Mr. Jameson died Mr. Jameson married -Louisa Montgomery. 30, 1825. Aug. 26, 1835, in Carlton, N. Y. Mrs. Louisa Jameson married "Mr. Farndied in 1895. ham. She
)

THK CHILDREN WERE:
Alexander Harvey
Janet
Jaiies
Oct. 2:;, 1S05; m. June 7, 1S27, ^Aurora JVilliams; m. May 11, 1S34, -Irene Nichols; d. May 30, 1S74. m. George F. Parkhurst d. Jan. 20, 1842. [1705], b. Dec. 11, 1S07 Brock [1706], b. Aug. 19, 1809. He died in early life, Aug. 29, 1827, Catharine N. [1707], b. July 4, iSii m. Jan. 4, 1829, Norman Brace; d. May 5, 1895. Sarah .Ann [1708], b. July 27, 1S13; m. Nov. 12, 1835, O^-Wk H. Dix; d. Oct. 19, 1870. Mer' V W. [1709], b. Nov. ig, 1S16; m. June 27, 1S39, Leitiis B. Thresher; d. Oct. 1 1, 1855. Elizaheth H. [1710], b. .A.ug. 24, 1822 m. April 10, 1843, Stephen B. Fuller, d. July 28, 1S94. Lakavktte H. [1711], b. July 22, 1824. He died in early life, June 23, 1846.
[1704], b.
;

;

;

;

Memoranda.
Mr. J.^.meson was fourteen years old when his father removed to Barnet, Yt. He married at the age of nineteen, and four of his children were born in Barnet, Yt. He then removed with his family and two younger brothers, about 1S12, to Riga, N. Y., where he remained until shortly before his death, when he removed to Carlton, N. V. Mrs. Janet (Brock) Jameson was a granddaughter of Sir Walter Brock, born in Scotland, and whose brother was Gen. Isaac Brock, to whom Gen. Wm. Hull surrendered at Detroit, in 1812. James B. Ja.meson, the second son w^as born in Barnet, Yt. He died at the age of eighteen years in Chili, N. Y. Lafavette H. Jameson, the youngest of the family, was born in Riga, N. Y. He died at the age of twenty-one years, in Darien Mo.

No. 1668.
son of Alexander [1661] and Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born Nov. 29, 1787, in Dunbarton, N. H. He married Oct. 14, 1813, '^Thankful Ckmeiit, daughter of David and Thankful (Howj Clement. She was born Sept. 19, 1792, in New

Joseph^ Brown Jameson [AhwaiuUr- Hugh^),

:

THE J;^MESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Grantham, N. H.

327

resided in Riga, N. Y., where Mrs. Thankful Jameson died Jan. 6, 1817. Mr. Jameson married Dec. 16, 1S18, Avis Smith. She was born April 9, 1797, in Dalton. Mass. They removed from Riga, N. Y., in 1824, to Avon. Ohio, where Mrs. Avis Jameson died July 13, 1834. Mr. Jameson married Oct. 22, 1835, ^ Mary Horr. daughter of John and Theodosia (Durkee") Horr. She was born April 28. 1801, in Pomfret, Vt. They resided in Avon, Ohio, where Mr. Jameson died June 8, 1867. Mrs. Mary Jameson died May 5, 1893.
"^

They

THE CHILDREN WKRE Thankful J. [1712], b. Sept. 4, 1S14; m. Dec. 10, 18^4, Ora B. Cahoon; A. Mary [1713], b. Feb. 17, 1S16. .She died in infancv, June 16, 1816. David Clement [1714], b. Jidv S, 1820. He died in youth, Feb. 14, 1S33.
:

.Vug. 29, 1S90.

[1715], b. June 29, 1S23; m. Feb. 14, 1S43, Rensselaer E. Steele; d. May 31, 1S66. William [1716], b. Oct. 20, 1S24; m. June 11, 1841, ^ Lanra LaMore; m. Dec. 22, lS:;9, "Delia Tavlor Stnens d. Nov. 24, 1S95. Sarefta [1717], b. Feb. 16, 1S2S; m. Nov. 22, 1S49, Crick Blackiuell. Mariette [1718], b. Oct. 2, 1830; m. Collin Ford; d. July 18, 1870. Joseph John [1719], b. March 5, 1S33; ni. .\pril 21, 1866, Sarah Wilson; m. Feb. 12, 1890, -J/«. Siisau A. Il'anleit. Malcolm B. [1720], b. Oct. 31, 1S37 m. Sept. 9, i860, Cordelia S. Wilder; d. Dec. 9, 1839. Daniel [1721], b. March 20, 1S39. He died in boyhood, Nov. 10, 1849. Robinson [1722], b. Oct. 10, 1840; m. Oct. 29, 1867, Rachel A. Marshall; d. Dec. 28, 1S73. LuciNA Horr [1723], b. Dec. 22, 1842. She died in early life, Sept. 17, 1866.
\
'^

Clarissa A.

;

Memoranda.
Mr. Jameson removed
which he cultivated Avon, Ohio. For many years he was a justice of the peace. He was one of the founders of the Baptist church in Avon, and filled the office of deacon for a long period. He was in politics a Whig and later a staunch Republican. The old homestead became the property of the sons, William and Joseph John Jameson. The former died, his family still remaining on the farm, the latter still cultivates his half of the place which he has owned since 1873. Mr. Jameson was the father of sixteen children, several of them died in infancy. The only children surviving in 1896 are Mrs. Sarefta Blackwell and Joseph John Jameson of Avon, Ohio. Mrs. Cordelia Sabina (Wilder) Jameson, widow of Maicomb Brown Jameson, and her second son, Torrey Wilder Jameson and wife, with her youngest daughter, Annette Eugenie Jameson, and her youngest son, Plynn Charles Jameson, reside, 1896, on the old homestead in Avon, O

new country in 1824, cleared up a hundred acres, while he lived, and became a prominent citizen of the town of
to a

An Obituary

of Mr. Jameson reads as follows

He was born Nov. 29, 1787, in Dunbarton, N. H., being at the time of his death 79 years, six months, and eight days old. His early life was one of varied fortune and trial, being most of the time away from his home and its influences. He left New Hampshire at the age of fifteen and went to the town of Peachani, Vt. His education was acquired entirely by his own efforts, and principally after he left his native state. He early acquired a strong love of reading, and had the good fortune to have access to a comprehensive library at that most critical time in his life, when his habits were forming, a fact which undoubtedly cast an important influence over his whole life. He returned to his native town after three years' life in Vermont, remaining there until he "became of age, when he removed to Lebanon, N. H. During his life here his mind first became deeply influenced and engaged upon the subject of religion, and in its contemplation, and reflection upon his past life: the obligation of man to God, his mind (perhaps naturally conscientious) came under the most terrible conviction of sins, and sank down into almost hopeless despair. To use his own language " When my mind became enlightened and I beheld in all its force the solemn truth that I had spent my whole life in sin against so good a Keing, the hope that there could dwell in the bosom of a just God one feeling of mercy toward me, almost died within me. But that cloud was lifted, and though, jierhaps, it was the darkest

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IN AMERICA.

hour of my whole life, it had for me a glorious ministry. The light that broke into my mind from the sun of righteousness, the freeing of a burdened .soul from such a load; the thrilling conception of the mercy and condescension of the Saviour in forgiving me, gave me such a view of the character of the Redeemer that I never again doubted his power and willingness to save, even to the uttermost." He was baptized the iSth day of May, iSro, by Rev* Ariel Kendrick of Cornish, N. H., being then twenty-three years old. He united with the Baptist church in the village of Plainfield, and here commenced to tread the long pathway of the Christian life that has now so peacefully closed. Three years later he married and removed to the state of New York, and settled in the town of Riga, Genesse Co. Here in this comparatively new country he felt the loss of his former religious privileges, and in the desire for Christian association he sought out a few others and commenced a weekly prayer meeting. Soon public worship was commenced on the Sabbath by reading sermons, and an occasional visit from traveling ministers. On the expiration of two years a church was formed consisting of twenty members. Bro. Jameson was chosen clerk and became one of its most active and earnest workers. He came to .Avon, Ohio, in February, 18:14

of Alexander [1661] and in Dunbarton, N. H. He married Dec. 30, 1813, /"o/A' /(^cOT/wj-ftv/i', daughter of James Hemingway. She was born Feb. 13, 1798, in Chili, N. Y., where they resided. Mrs. Polly Jameson died Dec. 12, 1821. Mr. Jameson married June 12, 1822, -Matilda Hcmingicay, a sister of his first wife. She was born March i, 1802, in Chili, N. V. Mr. Jameson died Dec. 12, 1840. Mrs. Matilda Jameson died May 17, 1848.

Tenn)-

No. 1669. Daniel' Jameson {Alexander,^ Hugh^), son (Brown) Jameson, was born July 22, 1789,
'

THE CHILDREN WEKE
Horace

:

b. Aug. 31, 1814; m. May 17, 1839, Lois Beerna7t\ d. Oct. 17, 1S47. E. [1725], b. Jan. 2S, 1S16. She died in earlv life, Oct. 4, 1S41. [1726], b. Oct. 12, 181S; m. May 3, 1S43, 3^"" H(m<ell; d. May 14, 1S69. Thomas [1727], b. Oct. 19, 1S21. He died in infancy. May 6, 1S22. Guv K. [1728], b. Aug. 31, iS.",. He died in boyhood, March 10, 1834. Pol.l.v I. [1729]. b. (.)ct. 30, iSjv She died in childhood, Aug. 24, 1827. Mary Ei.izackih [1730], b. June ir, 1S2S; m. Dec. i, i&k,^, Samiu-l B.Fiersoii. Sai.lv Louisa [1731]. b. fune 5, 1S30; m. April 27, 1S53, Charles Dole. Joseph Brown [1732], b. Dec. 25, 1S32; m. Dec. 25. 1856, Cecdia //o'.vell. Annis Ann [1733]. b. July 23, 1S36; m. Dec. 24, i8;;7, IVdliam A. Lm'ejov. Marth.v Jane [1734], b. Sept. 4, 1S3S; m. July 12, 1865, Samuel D. Luddcn.

Am \Nn.\ Isaac H

D. [1724],

,

Memoranda.
Mr. Jameson, when a young man, went with his brother, Joseph, to the vicinity of Chili, N. Y., and took up a section of land. After clearing a few acres and making some improvements, he sold this and bought another section within the same county, which became his permanent home while he lived. He built a good house, bam and outbuildings, having all the conveniences then known in farming. His home always gave a warm welcome to relatives and friends. He was generous and kind-hearted in his family and strictly honest and upright in all business relations. The town honored him with various positions of trust and responsibility which he filled with fidelity. He died much lamented, leaving a widow and a large family of children. Mrs. Jameson survived him but a few years and the family separated and settled in different parts of the country.

No. 1670.
(Alexander:- ffugli^), daughter of Alexander [1661] and Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born March 23, 1791, in Dunbarton, N. H. She married A'(W7tv// J]'esl. They resided in Lebanon and in Lower Sandusky, Ohio, where Mr. West died. Mrs. West married - William B. Hop'

Anna' Jameson

THE JAMESONS
kins.

IN

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Boston, Mich.

329
in

They

resided

in

Owosso and
in

in

Mr. Hopkins died

1S48.

Mrs. Hopkins died

1850.

THE CHILDREN WERE:

Mary Ann,

m. JoJiii Pope. Francis, m. .'////;; RuswEi.L. He died young.
.

Ursula, m. George Jones;

d. 1S70.

William Henry.

He

died,

aged 14 years.

Memoranda.
The Children
four children, viz.:

were three of the

first

and two of the second marriage.

in Caledonia, Mich. They had Owosso, Mich., m. 1864, William son of Daniel and Polly (Gibbs) Fuller. He was born, 1840, in Osceola, .Mich. Mr. Fuller served in the Union army, Co. D, ist Mich. Cav. They had four children, viz.: Flora Ann, b. Dec. 10, 1S65 Frank Stanley, b. July 6, 1866; Herbert James, b. Nov. 22, 1870; Ella May, b Sept. 9, 1872. M'illiain 7"., res. in 1878 in Stanton, Mich. Rachel Sopliia,h.]\i\\ 14, 1845, in Caledonia, Midi., m. July 15, i860, Charles Dawson Fo.x, son of Crawford and Semantha (Dawson) Fo.x. They resided in Owosso, and in Fairfield, Mich. They had nine children, viz. Edgar Milton Dawson, b. Dec. 5, 1862; NelJohn, b. Sept. 21, 1861, d. Sept. 18, 1865 son Ellsworth, b. Oct. 20, 1864. d. Sept. 23, 1865; Willis Chester, b. Feb. 28, 1866; Edmund Anderson, b. March S, 1S68; Burton James, b. April 8, 1870; Floyd, b. March 25, 1S72, d. July 17, 1873; Nellie Addie, b. Sept. 16, 1874, d. March 8, 1875 Delbert D., b. May 9, 1876, d. Dec. 8, 1876. Lucy Maria, b. June II, 1852, in Caledonia, Mich., m. April 25, 1S73, Thomas Lambert, son of Thomas and Mary (Cowling) Lambert. He was born Jan. 21, 1842, in Yorkshire, England. They resided in Fairfield, Mich. They had no children. Francis West, resided, 1878, in St. Charles, Mich. They had two children: George Jones, m. L'rsula Hopkins. They resided in Owosso, Mich. They had one son. Mrs. Jones died in Owosso. iMieh.

Mr. and Mrs. John Pope
Fuller,

resided in

Owosso and

Amatida Matilda,

b. 1841, in

H. H.

;

:

;

:

No. 1671.
Sarah'' Jameson (Alexander,- Zr«^^ '), daughter of Alexander [1661] and Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born Feb. 11, 1793, in Dunbarton, N. H. She married Dr. John Stevens, son of Alexander and Jane Stevens. He was born Oct. 29, 1789, in Plaistow, N. H. They resided in Goffstown, N. H. Dr. Stevens died July 10, 1863, in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Stevens died Dec. 22. 1815, in Goffstown, N. H.

THE CHILDREN WERE:
John .Alexander,
b.

Dec.

22,

iSii; m. ^Sara/i

Ann
^io,

Diekinson; m.

.-^pril 36,

1S49,

-

El'-"28,

beth McAllister;

m. June

1S53, ^Fannie

E. Tower;

d. Oct. 7, 1S70.

Sarah Jane,

b.

Oct. 22, 1S13; m. May 22, 1S38, ' Z;«</./y«M A. Undenoood; 1849, ''Benjamin Prescott Spalding.

m. Oct.

Thumas Ehen.

Memoranda.
Dr. Stevens married Sept.
his first wife, and, 18, 1S16,

-Mary 'Jameson
to

[1672], a younger sister of

about 182

i,

removed

Boston, Mass.

No. 1672.

Mary" Jameson

(Alexander,'^

i¥//,s,'-//

'),

daughter of Ale.xander [1661]

and Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born Feb. 3, 1795, in Dunbarton, N. H. She married Sept. 18, 1816, Dr. John Stevens, son of Alexander and Jane Stevens. He was born Oct. 29, 1789, in Plaistow, N. H. They resided in

330

THE JAMESONS
Boston. Mass.
Dr.

IN AMERICA.

Goffstown, and in Stevens died Aug. 26, 1847.

Stevens died July

lo, 1S63.

Mrs.

THE CHILDREN WERE:

Mary

Ei.dridge,

b.

Jan. 16, 181S;

m. Oct.

15, 1S44,

Joint Shackford Kimlmll.
17, 18^5.

Erastus Uarw in, b. Jan. 14, 1820. He died in early life, Feb. iS, 1S40. Justin E., b. March 15, 1S22; m. June 24, 1S52, Sarah Jane Eldridge; d. Dec. Eliza Ann, b. May 15^ 1S24. She died in infancy Oct. 18, 1825.

Memoranda.
Dr. Stevens removed from Goffstown, N. H., to Boston, Mass., about 1S21. He was a druggist and physician. His store was at 73 Menimac St., and his house After Mrs. Mary Stevens's death, he married for many years at 41 Howard street. She June 20, 1848, ^ Sarah Augusta Clark, daughter of John and Harriet Clark. was born Sept., 1824, in Nova Scotia. They resided at 41 Howard St., Boston, Mass. They liad one child, Henry Ebciiezer, b. Nov. 4, 1850. Mrs. Sarah A. Dr. Stevens married June 11, 1858, * Mrs. Olive RanStevens died Feb. 27, 1857. dall {Gibson) Hovt, daughter of Joseph and Olive (Randall) Gibson, and widow of She was born in 1790, in Henniker, Joshua French Hoyt, of Dunbarton, N. H. N. H. They resided at 41 Howard St., Boston, Mass. Dr. Stevens died July 10, By her first marriage she was 1863, and Mrs. Olive R. Stevens died Jan. 13, 1861. the mother of Joseph Gibson Hovt, LL. D., with whom she had her home at the Dr. Hoyt was a graduate of Yale time of her second marriage, in Exeter, N. H.
college in the class of 1S40.
ter,

He taught for eighteen years in Phillips academy, ExeN. H., and subsequently was chancellor and professor of Greek in the Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Olive R. Stevens's parents, Joseph and Olive (Randall) Gibson, were They resided in Henniker, N. H. They had eight chilmarried May 28, 1772. dren, viz.: Dorcas, b. Aug. 13, 1773; Dolly, b. Jan. 26, 1776; Dinah, b. March 30, 1778 Joseph, b. April 29, 1780; Jacob, b. Oct. 24, 1784; Jedu/han and Jonathan (twins), b. Jan. 17, 1787; Oli^ie Randall, b. 1790, m. Nov. 26, 1812, ijoshua French Hoyt, m. June 11, 1858, 2 Dr. John Stevens, of Boston, Mass., d. Jan. 13, 1 861. John Alexander Stevens, the eldest son of Dr. John and Sarah (Jameson) StevHe became a physician, and married ^ Sarah Ann ens, was born in Henniker, N. H. Dickinson. They resided in Charlestown, and in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Sarah Ann Dr. Stevens married -^Elisabeth McAllister, of Calais, Stevens died Jaii. 26, 1847. Me. Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens died May 16, 185 1. Dr. Stevens married Trances Emetine Tower, of Lanesboro', Mass. They resided at No. 10 DerneSt., Boston, Mass. Dr. Stevens died Oct. 7, 1870; Mrs. p'rances E. Stevens survived him seve;

ral years,

third marriage,

five children, three of the first, and two of the b. Jan. 17, 1837, m. Sept. 16, 1856, Joseph Conn.; Daniel Dickinson, b. Dec. 19, 1839. m. May 27. 1S6S, Mary Ophelia Townsend, res. in Peahody, Mass. Eliza Ann, b. Dec. 4, 1846, d. Aug. 28, 1848; Douglas, b. March 3, 1854, d. July 18, 1854; Laura Dr. John A. Stevens practised medicine over thirty McAllister, b. Aug. 31, 1855. years m Boston, Mass. Joseph Hussev Sprague, son of Peter Thacher and Maria Theresa (Hussey) He graduated in the class Sprague, was born March 8, 1S29, in Greenfield, Mass. of 185 1 from Harvard college, married Ada A. Stevens, who was born in Charlestown, Mass., and resided in Hartford, Conn. They had five children, viz. Effie Prescott, b. Dec. 21, 1857; Joseph Stevens, b. June 23, 1859, d. Oct. 22, i86r Sarah Spaulding. b. June 18, 1862; Frederick Hussey, b. Jan. I, 1864, d. Dec. 5,

and

died.

Dr. Stevens had

viz.:

Ada Augusta,

Hussey Sprague,

res. in Hartford,

;

:

;

1868; Ada Josephine, b. Feb. 11, 1866. Mr. Sprague was of an old New England family. His great ancestor settled in Maiden, Mass. Dr John Sprague, his grandfather, was a surgeon in the Revolutionary army, of which Washington took command in Cambridge, Mass.

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THE JAMESONS

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33

Mr. Sprague, after graduation, became the editor and proprietor of tlie Franklin Denwcrat, published in his native town, which for two years he edited with marked ability. He then removed to Hartford, Conn., where he resided, at No. 7 Winthrop He became largely interested in the insurance busiSt., at the time of his death. ness and was president of a fire insurance company. He was a member of the school board for si.x years councilman and alderman live years fire and street commissioner, and from 1874 to 1S78 the mayor of the city of Hartford, Conn. He died
;

;

July

I,

1898.

Daniel Dickinson Stevens married Mary O. Tozunsend, daughter of Daniel H. and Rebecca O. (Gould) Townsend. She was born March 20, 1842, in Danvers, They resided in Peabody, Mass. They had no children. Mass. Sarah Jane Stevens, daughter of Dr. John and Sarah (Jameson) Stevens, was born in Goffstown, N. H. She married May 22, 1838, Lient. Joseph A. Cnderwood,

They were married in Boston, Mass. Lieutenant Underwood of Pawtucket, R. I. They had no children. Mrs. Underwood married Oct. 28, died July 24, 1840. He was b. Dec. 26, 1802, in 1849, Benjamin Fresiott Spalding, in New York city. Ro.xbury, Mass. He died Nov. 24, 1877, in Hopkinton, N. H., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kimball. They had one child, Kate, b. Aug. 24, 1850, d. Dec. Mrs. Spalding, Jan., 1878, was spending the winter in Aiken, S. C. Mr. 21, 1850. He married Jan. 15, Spalding was a widower when Mrs. Underwood married him. 1840, i^Mary Belcher Alden, daughter of Horatio B. and Mary (Belcher) Alden. She was born Jan. 25, 1816, in Randolph, Mass.. where she died Aug. 5, 1844. Mary Eldridge Stevens, daughter of Dr. John and Mary (Jameson) Stevens, was born Jan. 16, 1S18, in Goffstown, N. H. She married Oct. 15, 1844. John Shackford Kimball. They resided at 220 West Springfield St., Boston, Mass., and had a summer residence in Hopkinton, N. H. Mr. Kimball, son of David and AbiThey had gail (Perkins) Kimball, was born April 28, 1812, in Pembroke, N. H. Robert five children, viz. John Stevens, b. July 31, 1845, in Hopkinton, N. H. Rantonl, b. March 7, 1849, "i- Oct. 30, 1872, Ella Louise Currier; Mary Grace, b. Oct. 9, 1854; Kate Fear I, b. Jan. 3, 1856; George Ale.x'ander Stevens, b. Nov. 26, Mr. Kimball was on the staff of Governor Harriman of New Hampshire, with i860. the rank of colonel. He was several times elected to the state legislature, and placed on important committees. He was by profession a lawyer, and a partner of Hon. John Rantoul, of Boston, Mass. His two elder sons were merchants in the city, and Later, John S. Kimball their store was burned in the great fire in Boston, 1871. made his home in Hopkinton, N. H., while his son, Robert R. Kimball, carried on a commission business in Boston. He resided at 220 Springfield St. His wife, Ella Louise Currier, daughter of Robert Barclay and Eliza Margaret (Winans) Currier, was born and educated in New York city. George A. S. Kimball, the youngest of
: ;

the family, was in the wholesale boot and shoe business. Justin Edward Stevens, son of Dr. John and Mary (Jameson) Stevens, was born in Charlestown, Mass. He was a physician, and married Sarah Jane Eldridge. She was born Nov. 2, 1830, in Lebanon, N. H. They resided in Boston, Mass., where Dr. Stevens, a few months after marriage, died Dec. 17, 1852. They had one Mrs. Sarah Jane Stevens married Aug. child, Justin Edwards, b. April 19, 1853.
25, 1856,
2

Thomas Jameson

[1739].

JusTLN Edwards Stevens, the son, graduated June 20, 1869, from the Granite He married Feb. 28, 1878, Jennie State Military academv. Reeds Ferry. N. H. Archibald, daughter of Thomas and Annie (Schuller) Archibald, at No. 113 Bremer She was born Jan. 4, 1856, in Kildare, Ireland. St., Chicago, IlL

Reference. The Hovt Familv, j^p- no. 112, 167, /6S; Tenon Records of Heuiiiktr, A'. The History of Salislmry, N. H.,'/'. 6S4: The Boston £-r«;«- Transcript, July 23, iSqS.

//.;

No. 1673.

Thomas* Jameson

(Alexander;- I/ug/t^), son of Alexander
3,

Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born July

1797,

in

[i 66 1] and Dunbarton, N. H. He

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THE JAMESONS

IN AMERICA.

married Oct. ij, 1^2) ,^ Mart/ia Gilchrist, daughter of John and Sarah She was born March 24, 1796, in Goffstown, N. H. (Aiken) Gilchrist. They resided in Goshen, N. H., until 1823, when they removed to Irasburgh, Vt. Mrs. Martha Jameson died Aug. 20, 1835. Mr. Jameson married July 6, 1836, -Mrs. Nancy {Walton) Porter, daughter of George and Mary (Parker) Walton, and widow of Nathaniel Porter. She was born Oct. 10, 1791, in Peacham, Vt. Mrs. Nancy Jameson died Aug. 9, 1862. Mr. Jameson marShe was born June 23, 1813, in ried Sept. 28, 1864, ^ Ann Maria Sheldon. They resided in Irasburgh, Vt. Mr. Jameson died Sept. 8, Charlotte, Vt. died Oct. i, 1896. 1868. Mrs. Ann Maria Jameson

THE CHILDREN

i-ERE

:

Martha Ann

[1735], b. Sept. 16,

.

John A. [1736], b. Jan. 25, 1S24; it Sarah J. [1737], b. May 6, 1S26; Leonard Benton [1738], b. Oct,
1

Oct.

I,

Oct. 30, 1842, y«//« H. Kellam d. July 1S55, Elha Denisoit; d. June 16, 1S90.
;

2,

1S92.

Thomas

[1739], b. Oct. iS, 1S29;

m.

A. Tilly

Emily Enus

[1740], b.
b.

May

31, 1831

Marv

[1741],

June
[

24, 1S33.

She

Augusta .Smith

1742], b. Feb. 25,

S. McFarland: d. Dec. 13, 1898. 18 ij, ^ Sarah G. Allen; m. 1S67, ,; (Walker) Adams; d. Feb. 17, 18SS. Aug. 25, 1S56, Mrs. Sarah Jane { Eldridge) Stevens; 1 8, 1S64. m. Dec. 26, 1S60, Dr. Cephas R. Taylor. died in early life, Sept. iS, 1852. She died in infancy, Oct. 25, 1S35. 1S35.
II, 1845,
ni.

John
8,

7;

Sept.

;

Memoranda.
Mr.
Ja.mesox.

when

a

young man. was

niucli in the

Thomas Jameson, Esq. [1666], who was a lawyer. He was more
family of his uncle.
or
less in liis uncle's office,

and thus acquired a legal knowledge which served him Mr. Jamewell in later life. son was a noble specimen of manly strength, beauty, and
It is said that once when hunting a deer, he sprang from his concealment among bushes upon the back of the animal as lie rushed by him at full speed, and dispatched it with a knife in-

agility.

A certain stead of a bullet. buckhorn implement with handle was treasured for many years in the family, as tauLjilile evidence of this remarkable feat. His ideals of moral and manly character
able,

were on the loftie.st plane. His integrity was unimpeachand his goodness was
equal to his fine personal appearance. The Hon. Jacob

Collamore, late judge and senator of \'erniont, wlio

Thomas

Jaiiesox.

knew him

well

as

a court

THE JAMESONS
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IN

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333

used to say of him: "Jameson was the best man I ever knew." After his removal in 1823 to Irasburgh, Vt., he was in trade a few years, and in 1826 was elected high sheriff of the county, which office he filled for nine years. He was a member of the constitutional convention held in 1850 in Montpelier, Vt. He was town clerk of Irasburg for twenty-three years, and held other minor offices of trust. He was town treasurer, treasurer of the Bible society, register of probate, deacon of His fellow-townsmen esteemed him highlv; the church, and a justice of the peace. he was an upright and Christian man, a model for all in his daily life, and died without an enemy in the world, universally respected and beloved, and deeply lamented. Mrs. Jameson, the mother of his children, died at the age of forty years, leaving a family of eight children, the eldest but thirteen years of age, and the youngest an infant of a few months. Six of these survived to maturity, and in later years did not cease to mourn the loving Christian mother whose sympathy and devotion seemed to abide with them. iMr. Jameson's second wife was the widow of Dea. Nathaniel Porter, of Lebanon, N. H., under whose faithful and motherly care the children grew up and became well
established in
IMr.
life.

band many

Jameson's third wife was from Burlington, Vt. years, and died in Irasburgh, Vt.

She survived her lamented hus-

No. 1674.
Hug/i^), son of .-Vlexander [i66i] 21, 1798, in Dunbarton, N. H. married April 16, 1826, Sara/i Kiiou<!es Locke, daughter of William and She was born Dec. 7, 1804, in Lyman, N. H. Esther (Knowles) Locke. They resided in Irasburgh, Vt. Mrs. Jameson died May 20, 1863. Mr. Jameson married Dec. 27, 1863, 'Mrs. Alartha Geraldine {C/iapman) Clark, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Stanley) Chapman, and the widow of Amos Dow Clark. She was born Aug. 20, 1823, in Greensboro, Vt. Mr. Jameson died Oct. 3, 1871. THE CHILDREN WERE
'^

Alexander Jameson

(A/twa//t/c-r;-

and Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born Nov.

He

^

:

Sarah Anne
Caroline

[1743], b.
b.

May

10,

1827;

in.

Oct., 1849,

David

IVeis/er;

d. Oct. 29, 1851.

May 12, 1828; m. Nov. 11, 1852, AitrMa Crandall; d. June 3, 1896. Oct. 18, 1829; m March 16, 1856, Warner Strong; d. Nov. 24, 1S62. [1745], Mary J. [1746], b. June II, 1831 ni. Sept. I, 1S53, Darid Merrill Locke; d. Sept. 2, 1S81. Horace D. [1747], b. Feb. 13, 1833; m. Dec. 31, 1859, Annie l\/eSlaii!;/ilin\ d. Nov. 10, 1882. Zuar E. [1748], b. Jan. 5, 1835; ni. June 25, i860, Mary ElUn M. Wilcox; d. Jan. 4, 18S6. Laura M. [1749], b. Sept. 26, 1836; m. Dec. 31, 1S59, Isaac M. Dakin d. Aug. 22, 1893. Lucy Ellen [1750], b. May 21, 1S38. She died in cliildliood, May 7, 1843. Julia E. [1751], b. July 9, 1840; m. April 10, 1S60, Charles F. Dewey; d. April 24, 1885. Lucy Amelia [1752], b. Nov. 27, 1843; m- J"ly 18, 1S67, Rtv. Orange W. Scott. Emma Jenneite [1753], b. Oct. 10, 1848; m. May i, 1S7S, A\v. A'athan C. Alger.
WlLl.rAM L. [1744],
b.
;
;

George Alexander [1754], MvRA Geraldine [1755], b.

b.

Feb. 21, 1865. He d. Jan. 23, 1868; m. Jan. i.

I

1S92,

childhood, Aug. 23, 1S7 Ernest C. Baker.

Memoranda.
Mr. Jameson's father, Alexander Jameson, died under peculiarly sad circumstanHis father was one of several persons in ces, when he was a small boy of five years.
the town seized with small pox, and was removed, according to oldtime custom, to His wife, left at home with a young infant, was taken dangeran isolated cabin. ously ill. Hearing of this, and desiring to see her once more, the convalescing husband and father escaped from the ' pest house " and literally dragged himself across the fields to his home, and there, through a window, held his last conversation with Both died soon after, and the children found homes among friends and relaher.

334
lives.

THE JAMESONS

IN AMERICA.

Alexander was taken to Lebanon, N. H., and brought up in the family of a When he was twenty-one Mr. Eldridge gave him his " freecousin, Zuar Eldridge. dom suit" and one hundred dollars. With this money he purchased a horse and saddle, and not long after went to Irasburgh, Vermont, a " wilderness town,'" where This township was given to Ethan his next older brother, Thomas, was living. Allen, of " Green IVIountain Boys " fame, for military service, and came as an inheriA few farms were sold outright at first, tance to Ira Allen, for whom it was named. Mr. but at a later date the land was leased, every farmer paying rent to Mr. Allen. Jameson was fortunate in securing one of the first farms. At that time the public highway, afterward the stage route to Coventry, Newport, and Canada, was not But with built, and except for one small clearing it was an unbroken wilderness. true pioneer courage Mr.

Jameson set to work clearing away the primeval forest, and on April 16,1826, he married .Sarah Knowles Locke, and took her to a
log house in the midst of his few fertile acres. year later he built a brick house, in which he lived nearly forty-five years, and where all but the eldest of his children were born. few years before his death he sold his farm and removed to the village. In reviewing his character, we notice among many

A

A

admirable traits, strict integrity, unceasing industry,
conscientiousness, and benevolence. He was a silent man, with a shade of sternness in his manner, but underneath was a rich and gifted nature. With little education, his ability was perhaps more noticeable, and his appreciation of learning was shown by the many sacrifices he made for his children that the)' might secure mental trainAlexander Jameson. He was one of the ing. first advocates of temperance in the town, and the very first to refuse to furnish liquor for a "barn raising." The neighbors said, " You wont get men enough to lift your timbers if you do n't furnish the drink." " Then they wont be lifted," was the reply. But the men came, and the barn was raised without rum. Mr. Jameson was an abolitionist in sentiment, and more than once befriended the poor runaway slaves who took that route toward the North star and freedom. Deeds of benevolence were always done without ostentation. In referring to his obituary, we find this testimony: " He was a thorough, practical man in all the relations of life. As a citizen he filled every office to which he was called," from representative down through the list, "with fidelity, but the monument which he reared as a Christian will abide the longest, cherished by a grateful posterity. There is no other man to whom the people of Irasburgh are more

THE JAMESONS

IN

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

335

indebted for the blessings of religion than to Mr. Jameson. He had a benevolent heart, a large purse, and a liberal hand, and they were never closed to the wants of the church of his choice." He was called "an old-fashioned Methodist," but surely the outgrowth of his Christian experience would enrich any age. In 1863 the devoted wife, and mother of eleven children, died. Afterward, Mr. Jameson married Mrs. Martha Geraldine Clark, by whom he had two children. In October, 1871, he was suddenly translated to the country which is out of sight, toward which he had been faithfully and patiently journeying for many years. Mrs. Martha G. Jameson resided, 1896, in Irasburgli, Vt. Her first husband, Amos Dow Clark, whom she married Sept. 26, 1S50, son of Rev. Jacob S. Clark of Morgan, Vt., was born June 5, 1825, and died Nov. 19, 1856. David A. Locke, M. D., of Lansing, Mich., a native of Irasburgh, Vt., is a nephew of Mr. Jameson's first wife.

No. 1675.
Scott ^ Jameson {A/cxaiider,- Hugh^), son of Alexander [1661] and Jenny (Brown) Jameson, was born Feb. 22, 1803, in Barnet, Vt. He married Nov. 12, 1825, Almira Rowley, daughter of Isaac and Content Rowley. She was born Sept. 29, 1808, in East Hartford, Conn. They resided in New York until 1840, in Pittsfield, Mich., until 1850. and in Juniata, Mrs. Jameson died July 22, Mich., where Mr. Jameson died Jan. 26, 1863. 1886, in Caro, Mich. THE CHILDREN WERE

William

:

Ai.iiNZO H. [1756], b. Dec. 13, 1S26. He died in early manhood, Oct. 30, 1S54. Sidney [1757], b. July 22, 1S2S. He died in infancy, Aug. 2, 1S2S. Henry [1758]. b. Jan. iS, 1S30. He died in infancy, Oct. 11, 1830. Maria Zkrviah [1759], b. July 30, 1832; m. Feb. 22, 1854, Elisha H. Hudson. Thomas William [1760], b. Aug. 17, 1834; 01.1858,1^/^0' Vandican; m. -Mrs. Catherine McArvil. Isaac Rowley [1761], b. March 25, 1836; m. Jan 3, 1870, Florence J. Fo.x. An.n'A Almira [1762], b. Jan. 17, 183S; ni. Feb. 22, 1855, 1 Seneca Gregory, m. Nov. 2, 1S62, =7(i/iK jy. iy,rv«; d. July 3, 18S8. Charles Alex. [1763], b. Dec. 16, 1839; m. June 10, 1861, Mrs. (Morse) Green;

Emma

Harriet Conte.nt
Bettie Isadora

d. Nov. 16, 1863. [1764], b. Oct. 2, 1841; m. Tan. 19, i860, William L. Rogers. [1765], b. Sept. 7, 1849; m. May i, I'&io,'^ Alley Wilson Ale; 3, I SSS, -A'c/f ;•/</• McNeil.

ni.

Sept.

Memoranda.
The first eight children were born in New York, the other two in Pittsfield, Mich. Mr. Jameson removed to Michigan in the .spring of 1840. Mr. Ja.meson was a blacksmith, but in 1850, on removal to the timber lands of Michigan, he gave up his trade, and with his youngest boys commenced clearing the land ready for crops. The eldest son, a sawyer by trade, came home to assist his father, but March 20, 1853, he was caught by a falling tree and severely injured, and after m.iny months of suffering he died, Oct. 30, 1854, much lamented, and was buried in the cemetery at Vassar, Mich.

No. 1676. Betsey Blirnliam ^ Jameson (Danie/;- Hugh^\ daughter of_ Daniel [1662] and Hannah (Burnham) Jameson, was born Aug. i, 1789, in Dunbarton, N. H. She married 1808, Robert A. Diiismcor, son of James and
'

'^

Mary (Anderson) Dinsmoor. He was born June 6, 1775, in Londonderry, Mr. Dinsmoor died in 1827. N. H. They resided in Dunbarton, N. H.
Mrs. Dinsmoor married 1830, '-Job Rowel/.

He

was born Feb.

24, 1771, in

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THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.

They resided in Derryfield, and after 1837 in DunbarGoffstown. N. H. Mr. Rowell died April 12, 1S43. Mrs. Rowell married Jan. 21, ton, N. H. He was 1845, Oliver Bailey, son of Oliver and Susan (Saunders) Bailey. born Feb. 20, 1766, in Haverhill, Mass. They resided in Dunbarton, N. H. Capt. Oliver Bailey died Feb. 14, 1848. Mrs. Bailey died April 6, 1866, in Dunbarton, N. H.
''

THE CHILDREN WERE:
AL'inzo
I\
1

AMsn All;,
\Mi>..\.
Ii.

b.

June

2S, iSog;
4,

Damki.

March

iSii;
in
6,

Mary

1a\i, 1i. iSij. She died Wii.Li'\M Mr( n KSTnN, b. Aug.

m. Jan. 20, 1S31, Louisa Rogers; d. July 4, 1S95. m. Nov. 26, \%ii, Caroline Stark; d. Feb. i, 1SS9. childhood, 1S15. iSiS; m. 1844, Annette Aiken; d. Nov. 6, 1873.

Lewis

D., b. Jan. 25, 1833; m. Jan. 25, 1S65,

Xancy Crombie;

d.

June

25, 1S67.

Memoranda.
Mr. Dinsmoor was a tailor by trade, and carried on the business for several years. He had three sons who grew to manhood and had families. Alonzo Raiisdale Dinsmoor married Louisa Rogers, daughter of Thomas Dorman and Mary (McGregor) Rogers, who was born in Londonderry, N. H. They
They had five children, viz. resided in Goffstown, Auburn, and Laconia, N. H. Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 25, 1832, d. Dec. 13, 1841. Helen McGregor, b. Sept. i, Caroline D., b. Nov. 5, 1836, m. Sept. 11, 1856, Andrew 1S34, d. Dec. 24, 1841. H. Parsons, son of Dea. Wjlliam and Sally (Stevens) Parsons. He was born Oct. They had four children. Vide 8, 1819, in Salisbury, N. H., where they resided. History of Salisbury, N. H., p. 6S4. John Currier, b. Nov. 12, 1840, d. Oct. 15, £i/gene ya/neson, b. }une 10, 1S46, m. Ella Moore, daughter of John P. 1842. and Eliza A. (Farrar) Moore. She was borp Jan i, 1850, in Gilmanton, N. H. They had no children. He obtained patents on five different Mr. Alonzo R. Dinsmoor was an inventor. inventions. One of the most useful of these was a machine for shelling corn. Mr. Eugene J. Dins.vioor succeeded his father in business as a manufacturer and dealer in harnesses. They reside in Laconia, N. H. He was chosen, Sept., 1892, to represent the Pilgrim Commandery, Knights Templar, of that city, to which he belonged, at the Grand Encampment of the LInited States, in Denver, Col. Daniel Jajieson Dinsmoor, the second son, married Caroline Stark, daughter of Gradus Bakeman and Ann Davis Stark. She was born Oct. 20, 1813, in Manchester, N. H., and was a great-granddaughter of Gen. John Stark of Revolutionary fame. They resided in Laconia, N. H., where Mrs. Dinsmoor died Sept. 5, 1882. Mr. Dinsmoor was a manufacturer and dealer in harnesses, and a much respected citizen. They had two children: Daniel Stark, b. Sept. 23, 1837, m. Nov. 28, 1865, Amelia Martha Whittemore, daughter of Hon. Amos and Ruth (BuUard) Whittemore. She was born April 18, 1840, in Bennington, N. H. He died March 24, George Edwin, b. Aug. 1, 1839, d. 1883, in Laconia, N. H., where they resided. April 20, 1842. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stark Dinsmoor had two children: Arthur Walker, b. Jan. II, 1S70, m. June 21, 1893, Amy Weston Hatch, daughter of Edward C. and Eleanor H. (Weston) Hatch. She was born March 19, 1870, in Lowell, Mass. They reside in Laconia, N. H. He holds a position in the Laconia National Bank, and is the treasurer of the city. They have two children, viz.: Daniel Stark, b. Sept. 22, 1S94; Theodore Weston, b. June i, 1S99. Amos Jameson, b. Jan. 3, 1874, m. June 14, 1899, Mabelle Jackman Smith, daughter of Humphrey and Emma Julia (Nichols) Jackman. She was born March 12, 1874, in Hillsborough, N. H. At the age of nine years she was adopted by John P. and Laura O. Smith of Gilford Village, N. H. They reside in Laconia, N. H., and have one child, Harold
:

Jameson,

b.

May

30, 1900.

THE JAMESONS
Hon. Charles
late

IN

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

H.

Bell,

governor of

New Hamp:

shire, gives the following sketch

of

Daniel Stark Dinsmoor "Mr. Dinsmoor inherited on
blood of

his mother's side the

General John Stark.
was
class
fitted

He
the
in the

for

college

at

Institute in

New London,

of i860, and then prepared himself for the bar under George W. Stevens and O. A. He J. Vaughan of Laconia. opened an office in Laconia in 1864, and a )-ear afterward was chosen cashier of the Laconia National Bank, then just organized. From that time he practicall)'

relinquished the practice of law. He was Register of

Probate from 187 1 to 187S: Representative in the Legisa member of 1875 the Governor's military staff in 1875 and 1876 and also County Treasurer. At the time of his decease he was State Senalature in
; ;

tor elect for the Fifth District.

surviving members of that Daniel Stark Dinsmoor. resolutions on the occasion of his death, in which they described him as an 'Able and upright gentleman, a faithful and respected citizen, and a generous and just man.'"

The

body adopted

William McOueston Dinsmoor, the youngest son of Robert A. and Betsey B. Dinsmoor, was born in Dunbarton, N. H. He was a very skilful player of the violin. Mrs. Dinsmoor, his wife, was a daughter of Samuel and Nancy Aiken. She was born Sept. i, 1825, in Hardwick, Vt. Her parents lived in Barnet, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. William McO. Dinsmoor resided in Charlestown and in Boston, Mass. They had four children Oiarles Augustus, b. Jan., 1S47, d. July 4, 1S49, in Boston, Mass. Aloiiso Alberto, h. Mny y, 1849, ™- March 6 1878. Fannie L. Bagley. Zcphelinda Augusta, b. July 5, 1851, res. in Boston, Mass. Almina A., b. Sept. Teacher of piano music, and resides with her mother in Boston, Mass. 24, 1853. Mr. Rowell was a farmer. His ancestors lived in Salisbury, Mass. His father removed in 1760 to GotTstown, N. H., where Mr. Rowell was born, but later, in Mr. Rowell, in 1S37, purchased 1777, his parents removed to Derryfield, N. H. what was known as the Robert Chase farm in Dunbarton, where he spent the rest of his days. They had one child, a son, Lewis D. Rowell, who soon after marriage died, in early manhood, in Charlestown, Mass. Mr. Bailey, known as Capt. Bailey, cultivated a large farm in the easterly part of Dunbarton. He had been twice a widower, and when about eighty years of age took Mrs. Rowell for a third wife, and spent the remainder of his days with her on the Rowell homestead.
:

No. 1679.

DailieF Jameson {Danki;- Hugli^), son of Daniel [1662] and Hannah (Burnham) Jameson, was born April 29, 1795, ^" Dunbarton, N. H. He married Oct. 3, 1824, Mary Twiss, daughter of Benjamin and Abigail (Russell) Twiss. She was born March 31, 1802, in Dunbarton, N. H., where
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thev resided. 13/1875.
JERE^

THE JAMESONS
Mr. Jameson died Sept.

IN AMERICA.

6,

1864.

Mrs. Jameson died Oct.

THE CHILDREN WERE:
\H Paicje [1766],
b.

Sept. 13, 1825;
'^

m. Jan.

iS,

1851,

'^

Julie}

Ann

Wilson:

May 20, iS ^4, Le/liria M. Kichards\ d. Jan. 10, 1S92. Daniel [1767], b. Aug. 13. 1S27. He died in early life, Nov. 6, 1S46. Sarah J ank [1768], b. Feb. 13, 1S30; m. Jan. 23, 1853, Charles Kimball; d. Oct. 3, \\ Ephraim Orcitt [1769], b. Jan. 23, 1832 m. Sept. 20, 1858, Mary^ Joanna Cogswell. Thomas Henry [1770], b. June 22, 1837 m. Jan. 10, 1861, Mary Ellen Evans. Benjamin Twiss [1771], b. Sept. 29, 1839; m. Mav 28, 1859, Kufina Marion Morgan.
; ;

Mary Anna

[1772], b. Aug. 26, 1843; m. Oct. 29, '1874, Ansil Marshall.

Memoranda.
nineteen years of age when his father died, and forseYeral years he and his elder brother, Alexander B. Jameson [1678], carried on the farm until Later, Mr. Jameson purchased of his father's heirs their claims, his brother died. and became sole owner of the farm on which his grandfather, Hugh Jameson [1652], had first settled as one of the original proprietors of the town. He continued to culWith no ambitivate, with persistent industry, these ancestral acres all his life. tions for public office he devoted himself to liis chosen occupation and developed the productive capacity of his lands and made improvements on his farm buildings. It was freely conceded that with a scythe, or with a sickle, he could with ease do a half more work in a day than any of his townsmen. He stood six feet in

Mr. Jameson was

height, erect in stature,

noble

in

bearing,
in

sprightly

his in

and move-

ments,

polite

man-

ners, and genial in conversation, a man of strict integrity and greatly re-

spected.

He

lived to his seven-

tieth year, with scarcely a day of illness until the last few months of his
life.

son
son,

Jeremiah P. Jame[1766], his eldest

who

settled at
his

home,

succeeded

father as

owner

of

the

ancient

homestead.

Mrs.

Jameson

was

reared in a home not far from her husband's birthplace she a young miss
;

and he a young lad attended the same church and the same district school. The two families were neighborly and intimate and it was very
natural that early
ciation

assolove
Slie

and
ripen

attachment
into
life.

should

Daniel Jameson.

and wedded

THE JAMESONS
was a person of great beauty and loveliness of character. Her complexion was fair, she had mild blue eyes and her cheeks were rosy even to lier

IN

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339

And although a great sufferer from inflammatory rlieumatism through a long period of years, the flush of beauty did not leave her cheeks nor cheerfulness forsake her spirit. She was
latest years.

always hopeful, happy
position,

in dis-

a

faithful

wife,

a

devoted mother and self-sacrificing Christian.

Her Meiimry

is

Blessed.

Capt. Caleb Paige, Mrs. Jameson's great-grandfather, son of Jeremiah and Deborah (Kendrick) Paige, was born

Aug. 1 6, 1705, in Haverhill, Mass. He was a grantee and a principal man among the fathers of the town of Dunbarton, N. H. When the charter of incorporation was granted, Aug. 10, 1765, Capt. Caleb Paige was authorized to call the first town-meeting and was chosen the moderator of that meeting held Sept. 3, 1865. He was appointed, in I7;8, captain of Provincials, and received his commission from Governor Benning Wentworth of His Majesty's Province of New Hampshire. Capt. Caleb Paige's daughter, Elizabeth Paige, became the wife of Gen. John Stark, of Revolutionary fame, and her sister, Mary Paige, was the wife of Dea. James Russell, and the grandmother of Mrs. Jameson. Caleb Paige married, in 1729, '^Ruth Wallingford of Boston, Mass. They resided in Haverhill, Mass. They had four children, Caleb, Jeremiah, Elizabeth, and Mary, the youngest born in 1738. Mrs. Ruth Paige died in 1740. And later Mr. Paige married -Mrs. Carleton, and in 1749 removed to Atkinson, N. H., where he came in possession of a large tract of land, extending a mile, more or less, in every direction from the site of the present academy building. In making ready for a removal further into the wilderness to the place that later became the town of Dunbarton, Mr. Paige bargained and sold this wide tract of land in Atkinson for the weight of his wife in silver dollars. It is said her weight was three hundred and fifteen pounds, and the price he received for his land amounted to about five thousand silver dollars. Capt. Caleb Paige was proprietors' clerk for twenty years, from 1753 to 1774, filled many town offices, and May 15, 1775, at the house of John Jameson, by a meeting called for the purpose, he was chosen a delegate to the Provincial Congress. Capt. Paige and his wife, who was worth her weight in silver, lie buried in Heath's graveyard, in Bow, N. H., within a few feet of the public highway leading from Paige's
Corner to Concord, N. H. Benjamin Paige, Capt. Paige's grandfather, was born in 1640, in Dedham, fiftynortheast from London, England. He emigrated in i56o and settled in Haverhill, Mass. He married, Sept. 21, 1666, Mary Whittier, who died July 29,

seven-miles

;

34°
1695. 1696,

THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.

Their eldest son, Jeremiah Paige, was born Sept. 14, 1667, married June 2, Deborah Kendrick, of Nevvburyport, .Mass., and they were the parents of Caleb Paige, who is mentioned above, as the ancestor of Mrs. Jameson. James 5 Ri'ssell (yo/i/i.* John,'^ John;- Johii^), Mrs. Jameson's grand-father, son of John and Joanna (Winn) Russell, was born Feb. 22, 1724, in VVoburn, Mass. He married Mary Paige, the youngest daughter of Caleb and Ruth (Wallingford) They had five children, viz.: Paige, and sister of the wife of Gen. John Stark. Jeremiah P., James, Betsey, who became the second wife of John Twiss Abigail, b. Dec. 10, 1769, m. Dec. ir, 1794, Benjamin Twiss, brother of John, as his second wife, d. Aug. 20, 1843; -4chsah. Mr. Russell was a deacon in the First Congregational church in Concord. X. H. His grandson, Jeremiah P. Russell, E^q., married a sister of George Peabody, the London banker, and resided in Georgetown, Mass. John St.-vrk was born -A.ug. 28, 1728, in Londonderry, N. H. He became a farmer. In 1752 he was taken
;

V

*

i

captive by the St. Francis Indians, but after si.x weeks he was ransomed. During his stay among the Indians he so won the favor of his captors that subsequently these savages adopted

«si *fst

him into their tribe. He took a prominent part in the Indian
wars along the frontier. In 1755 he was appointed lieutenant in Roger's Rangers took part in Abercrombie's campaign in 1758 and in Amherst's reduction of Crown Point and Ticonderoga, in 1759. Early in 1775 he was chosen a member of the Com;

mittee of Safety in New HampA% colonel of the New Hampshire troops he took part in the Battle of Bunker Hill accompanied .Montgomery's expedition to Canada, 1775-76; joined Washington at Newton, N. Y., Dec. 1776. and took part in the battle of Trenton. He resigned his commission April, 1777, but was commissliire.

sioned

by

New Hampshire

to

raise a force for the defense of

including V^ermont. He attacked and defeated Col. Baum, near Bennington, Vt., Aug. 16, 1777, and later fought with and put to rout the forces under Col. Breymann. He received from congress a commission as brigadiergeneral, served under Gates in the Saratoga campaign, was with him in Rhode Island, in 1778 and 1779, ^nd in 1780 joined Washington at Morristown. He was a member of the court martial for the trial of Maj. Andre, and in 1781 was placed in command of the northern department. After the close of the war he retired to his farm. He died May 8, 1822, in Manchester, N. H. Benjamin Twiss was born Sept. 11, 1766, in Chelmsford, Mass. He married May 22, 1792, ^ P/iebe Haile. She was born Dec. 25,1769. They resided in Chelmsford, .Mass., where Mrs. Phebe Twiss died Sept. 6, 1793. They had one child, Joseph, b. July 2, 1793; m. June 15, 1S16, Hannah Perkins; d. Dec. 16,
the
state,

Gen. John Stark.

THE JAMESONS
1843.
M''-

IN

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341

Twiss married Dec.

11, 1794, '^Abigail Russell,

daughter of Dea. James

and Mary (Paige) Russell. Slie was born Dec. 10, 1769, in Bow, N. H. They resided in Dunbarton, N. H. Mr. Twiss died March 21, 1830. Mrs. Abigail Twiss died Aug. 20, 1843. They had four children, viz.
:

Paige, b. April 16, 1796; m. June, 1S26, lElizabeth Evans; m. March 13, 1S55, "Mrs. Orilla (Bailey) Waite; d. Feb. 26, 1SS4. Sarah, b. May 4, lyqS; m. 1S32, William S. .Stinson d. July 12, 1SS4. Abigail Russell, b. April 12, iSoo; m. .April, 1S21, iSamuel Ryder; ni. Oct., Mary, b. March 31, 1S02 m. Oct. 3, 1S24, Daniel 1S46, - David C. Allison d. July 27, 1S92.
; ; ;

Jameson,

d.

Oct. 13, 1875.

>L

342

IHE JAMESONS IN AMERICA.

Joseph Twiss, son of Benjamin and Phebe (Haile) Twiss, was born July 2, 1793, He married June 15, 1816, Hannah Perkins. She was born Chelmsford, Mass. They resided in Dunbarton, N. H., and removed 17, 1792, in Beverly, Mass. Mr. Twiss died Dec. 16, 1843, i" Dunbarton, N. H. after 1830 to Lowell, Mass. Mrs. Twiss died Oct. 19, i860, in Lowell, Mass. They had five children, viz.
in

March

:

Harriet A. N.,
H., b. Jan.
5,

Benjamin
(3,

1S30.

Althea b. March 19, 1S17, m. May iS, 1S36, Justin Kent, d. Aug. 17, 1S92 She died Dec. 24, 1889; 1819, m. Joel Masury; Aligail R., b. .Sept. 9, 1820. Paige, b. Nov. 27, 1822, ni. May 9, 1S59, Sabrina Crowell; yoiin Milton, b. July He died in the U. S. service, 1S62.
;

Mr. Twiss, in his later life, was disabled by lameness, and invented a small carHe seemed to foreriage which he could work by hand, and trundle himself about. see the day of bicycles, and often said that the day was not far off when people would ride on wheels at a rapid rate along our common roads. The local paper pays the following tribute to his eldest daughter, Mrs. Kent:

home on Canton street, Kent was born in Dunbarton, N. H., in 1S17, and and afterwards in -Vndover, coming to this city in Dec, 1S48, where she has since resided. She was a very patriotic lady, takhig a deep interest in the war, and sent forth to the defence of the country four of her sons, two of them being with the old 6th regiment, one of her sons giving up his life at Petersburg. She leaves Funeral Friday a daughter in Jackson, Mo., and two sons, Frank and Clarence, in this city.
Mrs Harriet A. N. Kent, an
old resident of this city, died at her

Mrs. at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. resided in Lowell in her younger days,

at 2 o'clock.

Interment

in

the family lot in Bellevue cemetery.

Paige Twiss, son of Benjamin and Abigail (Russell) Twiss, was born April 16, He married June, 1826, "^Elizabeth Evans, daughter of 1796, in Chelmsford, Mass. Elias and Betsey (Nichols) Evans. She was born Sept. 14, 1800, in Danvers, Mass. They resided in Dunbarton, N. H. Mrs. Elizabeth Twiss died Sept. 28, 1850. Mr. Twiss married March 13, 1855, -A/rs. Orilla (Bailey) ll'aite, daughter of Oliver and Mary (Thompson) Bailey. She was born Feb. 7, 1816, in Dunbarton, N. H. Mr. Twiss died Feb. 26, 1884. They had ten children, viz.
:

Andre^v iVic/wls,\). March 20, 1827, m. April ^o, 1857, Abigail D. Bunten,d. Dec. 22, 1891; Charles Paige, b. Dec. 6, 1828, m. June 2, 1852,"! Martha R. Wilson, m. Aug. 17, 1861, ^Eiifie S. Longstreet f.diuard Russell, b. Sept. iS, 1S30. He died in infancy, July 11, 1831 George Henry, b. July 22, 1S33, m. Aug. 27, iS6o,^ Susan H. Ransom, m. Aug. 10, 1S71, -Julia Minot; Laz'inia Evans, b. June 28, 1835, d. March 6, 187S; Harriet, b. Aug. 30, 1837, m. Sept. 18, 1884, John Dole Bunten, res. in Dunbarton, N. H.; Elizal>elli,h. Sept. 30, 1S39, m. Feb. 19, 1S90, Capt. Francis Simonds; Jolin }Vel>sler,h. .^ug. 3,'iS4i, m. June, 1880, Ida Alice Knapp; Benjamin, b. Feb. I, 1843, d- Aug. 23, 1S97 William Stinson, b. Dec. 14, 1S46. He died in Seattle, Wash., April 14, 1888.
; ; ;

He a thrifty farmer and a prominent citizen of Dunbarton, N. H. inherited his father's farm, reared a large family, and died at the age of eighty-eight years. The old homestead was sold Sept. 27, 18S4, to his nearest neighbor, John B. Ireland, Esq., and is now owned by a son, Frederick L. Ireland, Esq.
Mr. Twiss was

Andrew Nichols Twiss, the eldest son of Paige Twiss, married Abigail D. Bunten. She was born June 15, 1831, in Dunbarton, N. H., where they resided for several home place, but, later, sold out his interest, and removed, 1864, to Elyria, Ohio, where he engaged in business. He died 1891, in Elyria, Ohio. They had an only child, Liiella May, b. Feb. 4, 1858, m. May 25, 1883, Waldo Shepard, d.
years on the

son of Paige Twiss, after marriage lived in Holyoke, Mass. His wife, .Martha R. Twiss, died Nov. 26, 1S56, in Danvers, Mass. Mr. Twiss went to Lawrence, Kansas, where he was at the breaking out of the Rebellion. He was an oflScer in the L^nion army, and served with distinction. He married Aug. 17, iZ6l,-Effie S. Longstreet. She was born Aug. 11, 1840. .Mr. Twiss studied law, and was much engaged in land transactions. Later, they removed, and now, 1898, reside in Napavine, Wash. They have five children, viz.
:

April, 1897, leaving four children. Charles P-\ige Twiss, the second

Charles, b. Dec. 21, 1862, A. March i, 1863 Elizabeth, b. July 26, 1865 George L., 1S68; IValter Harris, b. Oct. 7, 1S70, m. May 3, 1896, Mina Florence .\ivord. have one child, Harris Alvord, b. Sept. 27, 1S97 Paige, b. May 20, 1877.
; ;

b.

Aug.

21,

They

;

xth son of Paige Twiss. b. 1S89 Edwin Jonas. He was in the employ of D. George Ranso.. Julia Minot. Mrs. Ga.. June 13. . Mr. son of Daniel B. He was born Sept. He then became secretary. . Cleveland. bus. Ohio. b. . viz. he was but a walking skeleton. He married in Helena. and Susan (Gale) Ransom. and a director of the state Presbyterian board for ten years. She married. in Bucyrus. 1SS6. They resided. m. H. 1S78. b. .. 1898. in 1890. daughter of Geo. of which he was a director He was in the book trade from 1S85 to 1894. Ohio. Co.'\ppleton & Co. Algoma building. where Feb. She was born They resided in Youngstown. Benjamin Twiss. visited his brothers. Albright is state agent. H.Nellie Darling Learning. (Ransom) Twiss. H. Capt Francis Simonils. Wash. Twiss married Aug. Susan Ransom. Dr. March. 1863. was born He married March 30. Columbus. 343 fourth son of Paige Twiss. but. Wis. 1900. C. daugliter of Rev.\lbright George Ransom. 1S68 Edith Minot. Albrighl. N. Elizabeth Twiss. April 5. b. Washington. and Martha (Rogers) Leaming. H. as their agent for the West. Wash. March 16. H. They resided in Colum- George Henry Twiss. iSgS. until it was consolidated with the Central Union Telephone Co. d. b. Cleveland. went to the West. . 1S86. was married. Ohio. He is a man of ability and eminent respectability. They reside in Oshkosh. b. June 6. married Aug. 1S90. 30. son of Geo. . William Stinson Twiss. They had one em\A. Twiss for two for two years. served in the war for the Union. h. terms was a member of the city board of education. Oshkosh. . in North Adams. 1898. Mr. and is the only one of the children residing in Dunbarton. m. 21.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1894. June 10. . where Mrs. d. March 30. Twiss graduated in 1859 fi'O"'' Dartmouth college. 1833. Wash. June 21. Helen Twiss died. Twiss died May 21. the youngest daughter of Paige Twiss.Xetlie Darling Learning. went to the far West.Mr. 10. Columbus. in 1861 was principal for three years of the high school. b. H. D. 1881 Russell Engene. Calvin N. born July 22. Union Central Life Ins. served three years in the army of the Union. and Susan H. was born in Cincinnati. married John D. m. 1866. Ark. 1S73. Mass. Edwin Goodwin. May 20. She married 'James G. Susan '^ : Helen Isabella. Twiss married June 21. April 12. 27.\ children. where they had resided. . March 10. '" Berlin.\pril 2S. Bunten. N. was captured. b.m Twiss. 4. They have three children. in Columbus. : . : 1 . Ohio. and Mary Ann (Smith) Albright. Nov. three of the first and three of the second marriage. Ohio. viz. 111. i. She was born Sept. in Seattle. 1889. No. and they reside. ^ Helen Gladden.. 1835. He was buried in Centralia. . treasnrer. the si. 1 Helen Gladden. 888 Arthur Stanley. the second daughter of Paige Twiss. 1875 Lawrence Melville. b. . Mr. h. June 3. Helen Isabella Twiss. When exchanged. Room 7.. 1886. and manager of the Columbus Telephone Co. from 1865 to 1876. 116 Sherman avenue. . Alice Gladden... Ohio. where he is in charge of the department of physics in the Central high school. Mr. and resides. and now. and was buried at that place. They had si. Harriet Twiss. i860. They reside. 1863. No. March 26. 1886. Ohio. 1S7S. and Susan H. the youngest son and child in the family of Paige Twiss. recovered his health. Twiss graduated in 1885 from the Ohio state university. the fifth son of Paige Tw^iss. daughter of Rush G. They have two children A'tlil//. studied law. Wis. Ohio. and suffered the horrors of the rebel prison at Andersonville. Ohio. taught two years in went to Columbus. N. 1842. Mr.. 1859. later. She was born Feb. ^S/isaii H. John Webster Twiss. and died from an accident in the Swank mines. (Ransom) Twiss. daughter of Rev. . July 4. Marion Evans.\ug. with offices in Chicago. June 6. and while in Seattle. . . Ransom. 1898. N. he died. . of that city. 1S61. 1S6S. daughter of George and Selina (Clarke) Minot. 1898. in Concord. She was born June 13. ib68. was admitted to the bar in 1864. March 8. 1898. James G.. Since graduation he has been teaching in the high schools of Youngstown. Mo. Mo. twenty miles from home. b. 1871. Y. 1874. 8. but did not enter upon its practice. Washington and Jennie (Gaboon) Gladden. was a successful teacher in the West for many years. 142 cfonnell street. in Warrensburg. . 4. in Clarksville. Ohio.

Major Stinson was a tlioughtful man. Mary A. b. Caleb Paige to CH. and in 1S91 he was chosen one of the deacons of the church.. Russell. H. THE JAMESONS IN AMERICA. 1840. 24. the eldest daughter of BenThey had jamin and Abigail (Russell) Twiss. 1900. 1S63. as a captain. F. to enlist in the service of They formed a part of Co. only son of William S. at whose house was held the citizens' meeting when Capt. In 1877 he closed up his business in Boston. Charles Frederick Stin'SON. and spoken of by his comrades as a valiant and faithful soldier. m.A. was educated at the Appleton academy. holding decided opinions on matters of public While in Boston interest. Abigail Russell Twiss. resided in Mont Vernon. S. colored troops. 1821. Mass. He was first commissioned as lieu- tenant in the 19th Regiment U. John Jameson [1982]. Mr. subsequently. viz. N. W. David Story. Vols. Stinson. and his sudden death was deeply and widely lamented. B. Samuel Ryder. all dead. His continuous service was for the term of four and a half years. N. N. he was married to Miss Ella L. who niarried. and. Stinson. was in the battle of Fredericksburg. of his native town. of Virginia. Nov. He served three years as superintendent of its Sunday-school. 1S93. and served for several years as the superintendent of the Sunday-school. H. m. he transferred his church relation. Stinson was assigned to the department . Charles three children. of Watertown. mand of Col. and became a member of the Congregational church. Dunbarton. A. Oct. H.344 William S. a ready speaker. On his return to Mont Vernon. who married -Sarah Twiss. Ella Louise Russell. and he was mustered out in the spring of 1867.. 24. and whicli had been for ninety years in the Bruce family. he was one of fifteen young men of Mont Vernon. March 10. F. 13th Regt. under the comhis country. R. later the lamented Gen. was advanced to the rank of brevet major. John Bruce settled and cleared of its primeval forests. he united with the Bunker Hill Baptist church.RLES F. owned and resided on the old farm homestead of Thomas Jameson [1979] inherited by his son. and retired • a farm in his native town. Stevens.. of the G. H. Lull. where for nine years he was a manufacturer and dealer in mouldings and picture frames. Stevens. res. son. A. 1867. 1862. and of pronounced religious character. These children are now. Soon after his return home. . Major Stinson was a genial and popular man. and Sarah (Twiss) StinIn August. In the spring of 186S they removed to Boston. A. under whose ministrations his early life had been spent. In 1 888 he purchased the farm on which Rev. He was connected with the Post O. H. Frederick. N. d. Mass. N.. and April 8.: Sarah Ann.

1792. Vol. H. Gardner. 16. was a son of Spencer and Lydia (Dow) Wentworth. p. They had four children. They resided in Londondery. p. b. 1833. i8g8. II. Mr. John Gil/nan. 1899. N. jor. 4. Mass. iV. McQueston died Dec. : Mr. Wentworth. in Wakefield. He died in childhood. Ryder was a son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Shaw) Ryder. N. 64. Queston. m. Manchester. 3.THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. d. 1882. Lazvrence. Refkrexces.^ ffugh^). McQueston . m. Mass. 1881. Feb. 1S41. IVie Historv of Amherst. was a niece of King James HI of Scotland. . N. Oct. McQueston died Nov. d. He was born Sept. Jan. 1853. McQueston was a person of great courage and energy.. Nov. m. Joseph H. WilHam McQiieston. 636. 1680.. N. 44=. Gilbert Berry. Milford. 1837. He lived beyond his ninetieth birthday. Merrill. Jameson's Dictionary of United States History.. McQueston was a farmer and a mechanic. July 16. He was born April 24. Sally (Potter) McQueston. b. Mary Biirnham'^ Jameson THE CHILDKEN WERE Harriet Amazida. Allison. Mrs. N. Allison . Union square. Mrs. 1847. i. /Oj. 1S35. 26. June 25. iSi-iSg. H. Mr. H. b. 8. m. Aug. attractive in person and beautiful in old age a very lovely woman. Baldwin is the only survivor of the four children. m. 243. Mav Memoranda. N. 20. b. Aug. in Dunbarton. 1S32. Solon Frederick.. Samuel Chase. 17. Oct. res. and ancestor of Mr. H. who married Harriet A. Frances. rSgs: Belknap's History of New Hampshire. b. 6. Jan. Clar\ Helen Orcutt. b. 1S58. N. '^Esther Cook. Mrs. pp. 1817. 1872. b. 1842. Nov. 10.pp. -Susan Martha Goodwin. H.nilY. 182S. Jane. p. 21.. Mass. N. H. H. his wife. was lost at sea in a shipwreck off Guadalupe. \%^z.. {Daniel. 1826. Dec.pp. Mass. d. Henry Taylor Wentworth. S. She married. Ant. N. Mrs. Mc(2iieston. Vol.. 637: The History of Antrim. H. given to hospitality. Mrs. May 31.. bSo.. viz.c' Historv of Dunbarton. b. His great grandparents were William and iVIargaret (Arbuckle) McQueston and his grandparents were William and Margaret (Nahor) McQueston and his parents as given above. and died April 15. Aug. was smuggled on board of a ship in a hogshead to escape death as a rebel. 1792. Oct.. N. 1855. 16. The Allison Fa. 25. The Bench and Bar of N. May 26. Me. James Henry. Me. married -Mr. b. Jane (Parks) McQueston. They had five children. 1851. William McQueston. No. VII. Aug. 611: Everett's Life of Gen. 14. Lowell. Mr. 1851. where Mr. John Wesley Baldwin. Dec. in Old Orchard. 1796. b. m. Mass. Nov. 26. pp. son of Capt.. m. 1S23. The History of ]Vobiirn.. John Stark: Johnson's Universal Cyclopo-dia. died July i. b. 345 was sent as delegate to the Provincial Congress. was born Oct. Thursdav. his mother. 7gS-Soi : Town Records of Chelmsford.. H. according to a family tradition. Daniel Jameson. . 1846. 1828 March 18. Sept.. The Daily American. m. Henrietta Theresa.104. 1849. 1849. July 5. 20.. 2. 722-734.p. 1S25. William and Sally (Potter) McQueston. res. William McQueston. his great-great grandfather. H.3i3: The Farmer's Cabinet. Ryder married Oct. Moses Page.. 1S57. Maty. Capt. 18. June 27. in Dunbarton. traced his ancestry back to Major-General William McQueston. 1831. Feb. Henry T. ^ Sarah A. 2. and in Saco. H. 1824. He was born Feb. Q2: Ahcmui of Dartmouth Collei^e.— 7"/. : Mary Hannah 12. iSg3.Morton. in Londonderry. March 21. 8. They resided in Saco.: Thomas Caldwell. McQueston's father. 1S25. daughter of Daniel [1662] and Hannah (Burnham) Jameson. 20. March 16. John McNeally. Barritt of Litchfield. m. July 4. 1859. b. p. it is said. David C. Cotrtner. viz. H. 1819. Mrs. in Concord. where Mr. immigrant to America. 1S21.. pf. Me. H. N. m.. a man of active mind and robust body.

They had an only child. in Taunton. Mrs. d. but now. 20. James Walter. and now reside in Limington. Mass. d. April 23. Esther S. was a son of Samuel and Martha (Webber) Chase. Conn. in Pittston. Virggie Webber. 11. Watson Sly. in Bu. H. Clarence Howard. b. Jan. they had one child. 6. 1854. Thev have two children. 26. Sept.Merritt) Merrill. I. d. 7. Georgie E. 2. Dec. 1868..1890. 1S42. 1SS7. Me. i. 1891. Oct. 2. i860. Feb. Mr. who married Mary Jane McQueston. Leonard R. b. H. b. 22. N. m. 1857. Aug. Mary Etta. Aug. Me. b. 12. 26. 2. Mrs. Hooper. Merrill died July i6. They have no children. Arthur B. N. Conn. West. 1888. McNeally died Jan. b.. Mass. Me. Rose. 23. m. 1859. 20. Aug. Nov. Feb. Helen Martha. 1S62. viz. Aug.. 15. where Mrs. 12. "^ Solon Frederick McQueston. 1SS2. N. Mass. . THE JAMESONS Nov. 3. 1S44. was a son of John and Eliza (. viz. Nov. 27. Jan. viz. May 17. 1824. was born in Lawrence. July 27. They had two children. where they resided. and Olive (Woodman) Cliick. June 7. They resided in Saco. 1 Mr. Conn. He was born Dec. R. b. Mary Frances. b. Chick. 1876.. Mr.April 5. was born October i. 10. 1876.: Eugene. 1849.McQueston married -Susan Martha Goodxuin. Me. 1825. 1849: d.. Elsie Marie. Elmer Ellsworth Page. 1884. McNeally was born in Londonderry.^mazida. He died March 12. 1S49. Herbert G. 1855. 1846. 1843. John McNeallv. July 10. viz. m Saco. April 30. they had no children. d. 1S26. McNeally died Feb. Moses Page. Nov.1862. Frederick Solon. May 25.346 Helen Orcutt. Dec.Wentworth married Nov. 1882. Page was an agent of manufacturing companies. . N. 9. Nov. in Chicopee Falls. Ida May Wallace. Me. 1855. 1849. 1853. They resided in Saco. d. 1899. b. 1887. They had three children. Joseph H. Frank Chase. Dec. Rose. 7. Mich. Me. in Chicopee Falls. born April 2. b. reside in Saco. Mr. Aug. 1S83.. She was born Jan.xton. 14. b. They had seven children. h. He was born Aug. June 3. daughter of William and Sarah Cook. who married Hannah Frances McQueston. They resided in Slatersville. March 26.. b. . 15. Aug. SpringMass. 1S53. Nov. They resided in Saco. which employs two thousand operatives. m. and in Willimantic. Me. 17. : Arthur B. 1S4S. Mass. IN AMERICA. Mr. 1850. Feb. Mrs.. b. Paige is the agent of the York Manufacturing company. H. 12. res. 1864. res. Wentworth died Dec. viz. b. : Eugene IVarren. George Anderson. Merrill was married a second and a third time. Dec. Feb.. Me.1899. They had five children. Miriam P. He married . b.. 1856. Me. Mass. Sept. April 7. res. 6. July 30. Merrill. 28. Annie M. daughter of Sewell and Lydia (Jordan) Berry. m. Afarv June. in Parsonsfield. 1851. Mrs. field. a man of noble character and great e. b. 10. C/iarles Henry. Chase was born in Londonderry. b. res. (Taylor) West. 1870. iMaryM. they resided in Lynn. Me. 1829. April 5. Mf. : : . 1882. Bertha Cornelia Fogg. She was 17. in Limington. Newton Upper Falls. in Auburn. 1S54.. d. in Willimantic. Mrs. McQueston died Nov. b. Ediuard Allyn. b. Josephine H. d. N.Mary Elizabeth Berry. Mrs. 1881 Minnetta Florence. b. Jan. Mr. Sept. 20. . 1861. Aug. b. 18S9. in Norwich. viz. 15. was born in Londonderry. They resided in Manchester. daughter of Andrew C. He married Esther Sarah Cook. daughter of Alpheus and Rosanna (Whitehouse) Fogg. in Newcastle. 11. 13. Richard Courtner. b. was the son of James and Eliza (Woodman) Page. 1864. who married Helen Orcutt McQueston. in Scarboro.h. 1849. H. Oct. 1893. He was born Oct. 1S45... 2. Ida May. i. April 27. H. H.. in Chicopee Falls. m. 1S49. Walter Frank. Oct. m. who married Clara Courtner McQneston. 13. 1S74. Mav 21. b. b. 185S. b. Sept. Sept. son of Bailey and Ann S. 1855. . Elmer Ellsworth. 1870. 22. 27. Sa. Harrv Albert. res. in Paw Paw. Mass. West. Clarence S. Mass. viz. 5. daughter of Moses and 85 5. 7. daughter of Peleg and Maria (Moore) Rose. 1853 d. Hooper. . West was born in Biddeford. He was born Aug. Helen Eva. i860. m. b. b. They have three children. N. b. in Salem. 12. Mass. England. Me. 1S51. Me. was a son of James and Sarah (Smith) McNeallv. 'i. She was born March 1838.ml'el Chase. d. 17. 1S60.: Belle Eynaud. 6. He is cashier of the Chicopee National Bank. June 6.h.\nnie M. Page was born in Nashua. 1900.xecutive ability. in Hollis. Aug.. 1862. He died by a railroad accident. Dec.: Harriet . b. m. 1827. 1S44.

daughter of Noah and Mary (Hooper) Cole. in DunShe married Jul)'.. and now reside in North Andover. Thankful CaldwelF Jameson (Danid. b. Mary Lizzie. Me. was a son of John and Sarah (Downing) Berry. 1S72. England ter of George and Ann (Shaclcleton) Morton they resided in North Andover. She was born March 8. in Saco. N.. who married a niece of Rev. they had b. Mass. they resided. Me. Berry resides in Old Orchard. Mr. H. 1891. Thankful C. i. George and Herbert E. Berry married ^Sarah Cole. viz. daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Sanborn Haseltine. in Bridgewater. were born in Lawrence. .Hugk^).THE JAMESONS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. They had no children. son of Ephraim barton. 17. ) Orcutt died July 9. tliey resided in Biddeford. Mr. built in 1787 by Hon. Herbert E. hill. N. daughHelen Chase. : No. 20. b. 1897. Memoranda. Ephraim Orciitt. h. Sept. the first minister of Mrs. H. George. Aug. d. Tha. Mr. a building. They resided in Chester. and Clara. 24. Mass. 1S92. 1812.1854. Dec.. in Chester. Morion. . : William M. Ebenezer Flagg. -Susan Dolloff Haseltine. Mr.. Mrs. Me. 12. Orcutt married July 3. Arlington mills. Sarah Emma. H. five children. of Saco. Tappan Webster.. . Me. b. McQueston was an overseer of the repair shop of the in North Andover. h. 347 Annie (Webber) Goodwin. and Abiah Orcutt. Mr. Lawrence. m. He was born Nov.. where they resided.. and when freighting was done by horses not infrequently there were more than a hundred horses put up at his stables over night. Berry was engaged for many years in the grocery business in Saco. Mrs. Nov. viz. 24. iS6o. she was born in Yorlishire. in Lawrence. where Mr. was born July 26. H. Frank July May 13. Mass. but later removed to Old Orchard. Mass.. Orcutt for many years was the proprietor of a country hotel in Chester. 1798. Dec.xkful Caldwell (Jameson) Orcutt. They had three children. McQueston married ^Sara/i A. who married -Henrielta Theresa Mc(2iieslon. Mass. from injuries received by a fall from Mrs. The house he occupied was . 1879. tliey had one child. . 1879. Me. 1817. where he died April 7. H. Gilbert Berrv. N. 1875. This was before the building of railroads. fSerry was born in Lowell. daughter of Daniel [1662] and Hannah (Burnham) Jameson. 1861. He was born July 18. 1826. the other three were born Mr. They had no children. Jan. Jennie Gled1S82. N. Russell. 1873. 1791. Orcuttdied July 10. 17. 1681.

He was chosen selectman four years. h. . at Orcutt's mother had her home with him in her later life. where Mrs. of Daniel [1662] and in Dunbarton. and became pastor of the Congregational church in Nathan Springfield. 23. the age of eighty-eight years. [1783]. 1820. N. in Dunbarton. He was a man of great physical strength. Feb. Jameson was No. m. Vt.Hugh'^). where they resided. daughter of Dan