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101 1. Title: World Family Tree Vol. 40, Ed. 1
Author: The Learning Company, Inc.
Publication: Release date: September 1999
Media: Family Archive CD
Page: Tree #0585
Text: Date of Import: Mar 5, 2000

2. Title: World Family Tree Vol. 32 (Disk #2), Ed. 1
Author: The Learning Company, Inc.
Publication: Release date: January 11, 1999
Media: Family Archive CD
Page: Tree #0264
Text: Date of Import: Mar 27, 2000
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1. Title: Pioneers of Massachusetts, The, a Descriptive List Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns & Churches etc.
Author: Charles Henry Pope
Media: Book
Page: page 303


 
Jamison, John (I4527)
 
102 12 NOV 1790 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland 1Birth:
Death:23 DEC 1861 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland 1
Sex:F
Father:Samuel Murray b. ABT 1749 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland
Mother:Janet Johnston b. ABT 1753 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland 
Murray, Helen (I3375)
 
103 1850 Washington County, Missouri Census. HH 689

Jamison, George W.M25Missouri
Jamison, MargaretF25Illinois 
Jamison, George W. (I0886)
 
104 1850 Washington County, Missouri Census; HH-276

Gulliver, William H.M35New York
Susan C.F24Virginia
IowaF5Missouri
EmmettM3Missouri
AdaF1Missouri
Jamison, GeorgeM19Missouri (Probable brother of Susan C. Jamison)
 
Gulliver, William H. (I2199)
 
105 1851 Scotland Census
1861 Scotland Census 
Hastings, Thomas (I3433)
 
106 1851 Scotland Census Hastings, John (I3394)
 
107 1860 Crawford County, Missouri, Census Record; Steeleville Post Office and Township, pp5, sheet 762 July 11, 1860, list a Mary M. Jamison as living with J. B. Maxwell ,age 42, Carpenter, born in Missouri and his wife D. R. Maxwell, age 34, born in Tennessee. Mary M. Jamison is listed as 13 years old, and born in Missouri. Jamison, Mary M. (I2106)
 
108 1870 Gibson County census list, a Sam Jamison, age 30 with a wife named Martha
and 3 children.
Tom age 6
George age 2
Baby age 1
 
Jamison, Enos Samuel (I0039)
 
109 1870 United States Census
Libert Township
Washington County, Missouri

Silvers, James 49FarmerMissouri
Silvers, Sarah34Missouri
Silvers, Maranda J.14Missouri
Silvers, Nancy A.12Missouri
Silvers, Eliza O.3/12Missouri
Jamison, Thomas36Works on FarmMissouri
Evans, Samuel36Works on FarmMissouri
 
Silvers, John (I4814)
 
110 1880 United States Census

Samuel BlackSelfMMaleW71VaFarmerVaVa
Mary J, BlackWifeMFemaleW60VaHouseVaVa
Wm. H. BlackSonSMaleW25MoFarmerVaVa
Alpha BlackDauSFemaleW22MoAt HomeVaVa
Ella BlackDauSFemaleW19MoAt HomeVaVa 
Black, Samuel (I2187)
 
111 1880 United States Census:
Breton, Washington County, Missouri

Jameson, IsraelSelfMW49Lead MinerKyKy
Jameson, RuthWifeFW47Keeping HouseKyKy
Jameson, JamesSonMW22Lead MinerMoMo
Jameson, ValentineSonMW20Farm LaborerMoMo
Jameson, MargaretDauFW12MoMo

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1860 United States Census:
Jamison, I. M. MOsage, Crawford County, Mo301829Mo Jamison, Ruth M. F Osage, Crawford County, Mo.271832Mo
Jamison, J. G. MOsage, Crawford County, Mo.51854Mo
Jamison, Joseph F. MOsage, Crawford County, Mo.31856Mo
Jamison, Jas. W. MOsage, Crawford County, Mo.21857Mo
Jamison, V. F. W. MOsage, Crawford County, Mo.11/12Mo

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1900 United States Census shows Isreal Jamison as Widowed and living in a boarding house in Trinidad, Las Animas, Colorado, next door to his son John George Jamison and family on Nevada Avenue.

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Jamison, Isreal McCready (I0888)
 
112 1880 United States Census:
Martin Silvers Other S Male 33 Mo. Farmer 
Silvers, Martin V. (I2299)
 
113 1880 United States Census;
Eagle River, Summit County, Colorado

Jameson, James W.SMW21Silver Miner
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1930 United States Census:
Aquilar, Las Animas, Colorado
James Jamison age 72
Ella Jamison age 66
Store Owner, J. W. Jamison & Company, General Merchandise

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Jamison, James W. (I2301)
 
114 1900 Census shows Birthplace as Illinois, not Oregon. Overmeyer, Quincy Albert (I0955)
 
115 1900 Census, Tulare County, Tipton Township, enum. with Ezekiel Callison as a servant. Callison was a cattle rancher. Brooks, Rolyat Taylor (I2007)
 
116 1910 Census list Harry as living with James and Massey Jamison and working as a grocery clerk. Loretta, Audrey and Kenneth are enumerated with him. Linder, Harry Ellsworth (I1993)
 
117 1910 United States Census:
Trinidad, Lass Animas,Colorado

Jamison, John G.M55MoHead of House
Jamison, EmmaF47
Jamison, Alva20
Jamison, CharlesM19
Jamison, WillardM17
Jamison, IreneF13
Jamison, JohnM10
Jamison, V. T.50
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1920 United States Census showed John George Jamison as Widowed and living in Las Animas, Colorado.

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Jamison, John George (I2300)
 
118 1930 United States Census:
Trinidad, Las Animas, Colorado

Jamison, ThomasWM75
Jamison, Margaret J.WF63
Colley, BenjaminWM51
Colley, WilliamWM47
Colley, Rufus J.WM44

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1900 United States Census stated that Thomas & Maggie Jamison, Nee Colley, had been married 13 years , but had no children.

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Jamison, Thomas L. (I1267)
 
119 5-21-12
Information contributed by Dennis Walden, Wilburn's oldest son. 
Walden, Wilburn Oliver (I4926)
 
120 8-2-2009 - For more information on James Stewart check this web site:

http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/dauphin/history/family/runk-7-stewart-lazarus.txt

 
Stewart, James (I2661)
 
121 :
ID: I593158941 Name: John, Sr. HASTINGS Given Name: John, Sr. Surname: Hastings Sex: M Birth: 18 Jul 1790 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland Death: 21 Nov 1875 in Thornhill, Dumfries County, Scotland Baptism: 18 Jul 1790 Parish of Morton, County of Dumfries Witnesses John Miller & Jas. McKenzie Census: 1841 Parish of Morton, County of Dumfries Witnesses John Miller & Jas. McKenzie Census: 1851 Parish of Morton, County of Dumfries Witnesses John Miller & Jas. McKenzie Event: Occupation - Census Unknown 1881 Mole catcher Event: Occupation - Census Unknown 1851 Mole catcher Event: Church Affiliation Unknown Presbyterian Note: Baptismal Record list the parents as James Hairstones and Betty Boyes in Thornhill Parish of Morton County of Dumfries 7/7/1841 Census of Scotland of Parish Morton County Dumfries Thornhill Church Place John Hastings - Head Helen Hastings - Wife John Hastings - Son David Hastings - Son Mary Hastings - Daughter Andrew Hastings - Son Robert Hastings - Son 3/31/1851 Census of Scotland of Parish Morton County Dumfries 4 Townhead St. John Hastings - Head Helen Hastings - Wife Andrew Hastings - Son Robert Hastings (son of John Hastings & Helen Murray) traveled from England in 1849. He came up the river to Memphis in 1850. Letter dated 9/16/74 from session clerk of Thornhill Parish Church tells of a descendant living in Thornhill: Mary Hastings (9/26/1930), 20 St. Cuthbert's Walk, Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Father: James HAIRSTONES b: 20 Dec 1761 in Thornhill, Dumfries County, Scotland Mother: Elizabeth BOYLES b: 1763 in Thornhill, Dumfries County, Scotland
Marriage 1 Helen MURRAY b: 12 Nov 1790 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland Married: Abt. 1810 in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries County, Scotland Children Janet HASTINGS b: 27 May 1814 James HASTINGS b: 9 Feb 1816 in Thornhill, Scotland Janet HASTINGS b: 27 Mar 1818 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland Samuel HASTINGS b: 28 Feb 1820 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland John HASTINGS b: 5 Feb 1822 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland Robert HASTINGS b: 14 Feb 1824 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland Charles HASTINGS b: 13 Jan 1826 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland David HASTINGS b: 6 Oct 1828 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland Mary HASTINGS b: 17 Jun 1830 in Dumfriesshire, Scotland Elizabeth HASTINGS b: 4 Jun 1832 in Morton Parish, Dumfries, Scotland Andrew HASTINGS b: 12 Mar 1835 in Dumfries County, Thornhill, Scotland [Newsom-Family Tree.FTW]
Baptismal Record list the parents as James Hairstones and Betty Boyes in Thornhill Parish of Morton County of Dumfries
7/7/1841 Census of Scotland of Parish Morton County Dumfries Thornhill Church Place John Hastings - Head Helen Hastings - Wife John Hastings - Son David Hastings - Son Mary Hastings - Daughter Andrew Hastings - Son Robert Hastings - Son
3/31/1851 Census of Scotland of Parish Morton County Dumfries 4 Townhead St. John Hastings - Head Helen Hastings - Wife Andrew Hastings - Son
Robert Hastings (son of John Hastings & Helen Murray) traveled from England in 1849. He came up the river to Memphis in 1850.
Letter dated 9/16/74 from session clerk of Thornhill Parish Church tells of a descendant living in Thornhill: Mary Hastings (9/26/1930), 20 St. Cuthbert's Walk, Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, Scotland ==================================================================================
From: Johnson, Erica Date: 07/18/05 11:31:02 To: 'NAVYBEAR' Subject: RE: CLOSING THOUGHTS ON THE HASTINGS FAMILY
Dear Mr Hastings,
Thank-you for your recent e-mail and the wonderful family tree that you attached, you have done so well to get such a long lineage back to the 15th Century.
Why did the family change their name form Hairstones to Hastings?, Well I notice that this change seems to take place around the late 1700's, when written records are becoming far more common. It is likely that the name was changed by the local Parish Session Clerk, possibly a new man taking over the job around that time decided that the name given to him by the family when the children were baptized sounded like Hastings, in the heavy local accent, and once changed it simply became the accepted spelling. At that time very few people could read or write and the family may not have realized that the Clerk had spelt the name differently from previous entries in the record.
If you want to check out the following website:
www.bennygillies.co.uk
It is that of a local antiquarian bookseller and I am sure he will be able to help you find the book you require.
Glad to have been able to help you, best wishes for your future researches.
Regards,
Erica Johnson Research Officer Libraries, Information & Archives. Ewart Library, Catherine Street, Dumfries, DG1 1JB. Internal Tel: 64286 Tel: 01387-253820 Fax: 01387-260294 Drop Point No: 223 e-mail: EricaJ@dumgal.gov.uk Website: http://www.dgc.gov.uk/service/depts/comres/library/gresearch.asp?mode=servic es
Any e mail message sent or received by the Council may require to be disclosed by the Council under the provisions of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
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Hairstones, James (I3414)
 
122 A George Jamison is buried at MT. Pisgha Baptist Church Cemetery in Idlewild, Tennessee. He is buried with Sallie A. Jamison. His date of birth is listed as March 8, 1832 and his date of death is March 1, 1911. Sallie birth is listed as June 4, 1836 and does not have a record of death.

Also listed in this same cemetery is:

Pearlie Jamison Vick B: 3-15-1879 D: 7-8-1939
Hazel Monette B: 5-12-1919 D: 8-20-1919 daughter of H.L. & O.R. Jamison

Ruth Jamison B: 10-03-1902 D: 6-10-1923

Johnnie L. Jamison 08-11-1876 D: 7-19-1955
Tennie Crocker Jamison 02-12-1880 D: 03-29-1971

Next to Johnnie and Tennie Jamison is a Burmon A. Crocker B:2-18-1886 D: 12-13-1967. 
Jamison, George (I0045)
 
123 A George W. Jamison appears in the 1850 Calaverous County, California census. Age 34, born in Kentucky. Listed as a Merchant. Family 4116 Page 196.


1850 Pope County, Arkansas, Census

26IMISONGeorge W.32MCabinet Maker400MO
26IMISONSarah H.25FMO
26IMISONJessee7MAR
26IMISONWilliam5MAR
26IMISONMartha3FAR
26IMISONJohn1MAR 
Jamison, George Washington Jr. (I0862)
 
124 A. T. Hornsey was living in Greenville, Missouri in 1909. Hornsey, A. T. (I1859)
 
125 According to family lore, Ruth Webster was a sister to Daniel Webster, Statesman. If true, Ebenezer was her father, as Ruth was married in 1778, she would have been born to Ebenezer's first wife. She would then be a half sister to Daniel Webster.
 
Webster, Ruth (I0547)
 
126 According to records of the German Reform Med. Church in Stockton, California, they Were married at 14 mile house on Sonora Road. H. Kroh probably performed the Ceremony. Witnesses Were probably Hesakia Holman or Colman and Constance Shepard. Family F0326
 
127 According to Russelle Brooks, Aunt Jettie took in a Hawaiian boy, intending to adopt him, but it did not work out. Jamison, Loretta Icefina (I0954)
 
128 According to the Potosi newspaper Obit on Cora's husband, Harvey ,she preceded him in death by several years. Downard, Cora Ethyl (I2114)
 
129 Additional information found at these locations

http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/schools/wmmary/j5250000.txt

http://www.jstor.org/stable/1914778?seq=1

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sljuhl1234&id=I06637&style=TEXT

http://www.ancestrees.com/pedigree/9619.htm 
Jamison, Thomas Captain (I4716)
 
130 Adell and Beldon rented land and worked the farm of about 300 acres. They would give a portion of the profits to the land owners. They were tenant farmers and the family moved from farm to farm. After Adell died Beldon and the children lived on the farm house on the hill which was owned by Grandmother Earp. The farm house in the 1960's did not have running water and had an outhouse for the bathroom. Dale Jamison saved money from his job in Michigan and bought the family a refrigerator. The house had electricity. Adell named Dale Jamison after Dale Harris. Before Adell was married she worked by helping with housework and the kids for Alfred and Zephel Harris. Adell liked the baby Dale Harris so much she named her first baby Dale.

Beldon finished the 8th grade. 
Jamison, Andrew Beldon Jr. (I0213)
 
131 After Adell Jamison died Betty raised the grand children, the children of Adell and Beldon Jamison. When Adell died her son Dale Jamison was already working in Michigan . Dale was the oldest son and Janet the youngest at 20 months when Adell died. Betty stepped in to care for the family. Dale returned to Arkansas for his mothers funeral. Dale and Betty Sue married on august 18 and returned to Michigan. When her husband died Betty remarried a man named Earp. Yeargin, Mary Elizabeth (Betty) (I0210)
 
132 Albert was a coal miner for a time, however, after several cave ins, he acquired Black Lung disease and started painting houses. Jamison, Albert Brittain Lynn (I2981)
 
133 Alcohol related auto accident - crashed into a tree. Truck was engulfed in flames. David and Phillip both died. Jamison, David Scott (I0124)
 
134 Alcohol related auto accident - crashed into a tree. Truck was engulfed in flames. Phillip and David both died. Jamison, Philip Allen (I0123)
 
135 Alexander Jamison moved to the Wyoming Valley, near the Susquehanna River with his parents in about 1776. He was 14 years old when he survived the Wyoming Valley massacre at the Wilks-Barre / Plymouth Fort on July 3 1778; and hew about 16 when he was the only survivor of the later Indian ambush which killed his brother John Jamison and their neighbor Asa Chapman. In both instances it would seem that his life was possibly saved by the actions of his older brother John. Alexander fought against the British, the Indians and the soldiers of William Penn's descendants. Three of his brothers were killed by Indians. After living, fighting, and defending the family home stead near Hanover which was only several miles from Wilkes-Barre. Alexander settled in Salem Township, Luzerne County along the Susquehanna River just North of Bewick and South of Shickshinny at or very near the present location of the Nuclear plant and owned large tracts of land, for which his family had paid dearly in defending the claims of the Connecticut Susquehanna Company in the Wyoming Valley. His nearest neighbor and good friend was Nathan Beach for whom Beach Haven was named. Appropriately Alexander and many of his family are buried at Beach Grove Cemetery. When the North Branch of the State Canal was being dedicated on the 4th of July 1828 at Berwick a large ceremony attended by all. it was Alexander who "Broke Ground" by driving his splendid oxen before the crowd. The plow was held by his good friend and neighbor Nathan Beach, Esq.

Alexander fought in the Pennamite Wars between Connecticut settlers and Will Penn's settlers as well as in the Revolutionary War. he became a leader of the Salem Township community of Pennsylvania and it's spokesman for many years. he held a number of different offices and acted as a lawyer and judge / approved magistrate. Alexander became quite wealthy and died peacefully in 1859 after the loss of most of his family in settling the early frontier in Pennsylvania and having endured much suffering. 
Jamison, Alexander (Jemison) (I2596)
 
136 All three of the girls were nurses. Family F1635
 
137 Also have a last name of verch Rhys. Gwynn, Joyce (I4402)
 
138 Also have birth date of April 16, 1788 for Isaac Webster Jamison.

Isaac Webster Jamison and his family migrated to Potosi, Washington County, Missouri some time between 1816 and 1818 when their first son was born. Issac was one of the first "petit jurors" in Washington County.

Isaac was one of the signers of the petition for Statehood for Missouri.

Isaac Webster Jamison served on the first Petit Jury of Washington County, Missouri at Potosi in July 1814. He owned a farm as well as a house in the town of Potosi. He was a soldier during the War of 1812 and fought with the Missouri Militia under Lt. Col. Dodge's command. Isaac Webster Jamison was born 16 April 1788 in Chester County, Pennsylvania and departed this life about 1843 at Potosi in Washington County, Missouri. He married Mary Edgar in Christian County, Kentucky on February 1815. Mr. Jamison was the son of Robert Henry Jamison and Ruth Jamison, Nee Webster. He leaves the following heirs, wife Polly, son James, daughter Jane Cole and husband William Cole, daughter Margaret Huitt and husband Thad Huitt, daughter Minerva Downard and husband Volney Downard, Issac Jamison and Lucy Olive Jamison, the last two named under the guardian of Isreal McGready Jamison.
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Probate, Potosi, Washington County, Missouri, Estate of Isaac Webster Jamison, dec'd

To the Honorable Circuit Court of Washington County, Missouri, your petitioners James H. Jamison, Marshal Jamison, Madison M. Jamison, George Washington Jamison, Isreal Jamison, William Cole and Jane Cole, his wife, Thad Huitt and Margaret Huitt, his wife, Volney Downard and Minerva Downard, his wife, Isaac Jamison and Lucy Jamison, the two last named minors by their guardians, I. M. Jamison respectfully represents to you that they are the owners in common as the heirs and legal representatives of Isaac Webster Jamison, deceased. The interest of your petitioners Are as follows, James H. Jamison, Marshal Jamison, Madison M. Jamison, Isreal Jamison, Isaac Jamison, Lucy Jamison, Jane Cole, Minerva Downard, and Margaret Huitt are each entitled to one ninth of said state.

Your petitioners further represent there are no debts against estate of Isaac Webster Jamison, deceased and more than three years has elapsed since the taking out of Letters of Administration.

G. W. Jamison
F. M. Jamison
I. M. Jamison for himself and guardian for minor heirs, Lucy Olive Jamison and Isaac W. Jamison

I. M. Jamison for himself and agent of M. Jamison
G. W. Jamison agent for William F. Cole and wife
D. E. Perryman agent for T. Huitt and wife

D. E. Perryman being sworn says that the foregoing petition and the matters therein as stated he believes to be true.

D. E. Perryman
Sworn to before me
November 3, 1854
W. A. Matthews, Clerk

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Washington County, Missouri

Jamison, ISAAC W. , into Admrx, Polly Jamison
Sec. George Edgar & Mason Frissell. (Bond A:--)
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COUNTY: Washington DISTRICT: Potosi Township MICROFILM #M19-72

91 Jimison Isaac 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1

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Isaac W. Jamison left to Heirs, In Washington County, Missouri;

Lots 41, 42, 67, 19, 20 and Lots 1, and 2 in town of Potosi and numerous real estate. TWP 36 R3E and in Section 4 of Township 36 R#E-142.90 acres (Section 3 - 31.73 acres.
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From: Patricia Downard Miller <>
Subject: [MOWASHIN-L] Probate - Isaac Webster Jamison
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2001 17:54:59 -0800


Posted on: Washington County, MO Obituaries Forum
Reply Here: http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Mo/WashingtonObits/995

Surname: Jamison, Downard, Cole, Huitt
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PROBATE - Estate of Isaac Webster Jamison, dec'd.

To the Honorable Circuit Court of Washington County, Missouri your petitioners
James H Jamison, Marshal Jamison, Madison M Jamison, George W Jamison,
Isreal Jamison, William Cole and Jane Cole his wife, Thad Huitt and Margaret
Huitt his wife, Volney Downard and Minerva his wife Isaac Jamison & Lucy
Jamison, the two last named minors by their guardian, I.M. Jamison respectfully
represent to you that they are the owners in common as the heirs and legal
representatives of Isaac Webster Jamison, deceased. The interest of your
petitioners is as follows, James H Jamison, Marshal Jamison, Madison M
Jamison, Isreal Jamison, Isaac Jamison, Lucy Jamison, Jane Cole, Minerva
Downard, and Margaret Huitt are each entitled to one ninth of said estate.

Your petitioners further represent there are no debts against estate of
Isaac W Jamison, deceased and more than three years has elapsed since the
taking out of Letters of Administration.

G W Jamison
F M Jamison
I M Jamison for himself and guardian for minor heirs, Lucy Olive Jamison
and Isaac W Jamison

I M Jamison for himself and agent for M Jamison
G W Jamison agent for Wm F Cole and wife
D E Perryman agent for T Huitt and wife

D E Perryman being sworn says that the foregoing petition and the matters
therein as stated he believes to be true.

D.E. Perryman
Sworn to before me
November 3 1854
W.A. Matthews, Clerk




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Jamison, Isaac Webster (I0553)
 
139 Also have Birth date of July 6, 1833. Jamison, Margaret Isabella (I0890)
 
140 Also have burial site as Snelling, Merced County, California. Jamison, Mary Elizabeth (I1966)
 
141 Also have found a William Coner as Polly Edgar's father, the date of Birth and place of birth is the same. Edgar, William John Jr. (I0872)
 
142 Also have Jan 23, 1826 for Birth date, and Potosi, Washington County, Missouri for a place of Birth. Jamison, Eliza Melvina (I0866)
 
143 Also have last name spelled "Prise". Price, Sarah (I2960)
 
144 Also have May 16, 1816 for Birth date. Jamison, Nancy Evans (I0860)
 
145 Also have wedding date of January 5 1841. Family F0320
 
146 Also known as Barbara. Logan, Elizabeth Scott (I0901)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2780)
 
148 Also show birth place as Boston, Suffolk County, Maine. Jamison, Abigail (I3356)
 
149 Also show on the Crawford County, Missouri Marriage Book A 1829-1855 is a Jane Jamison, married to a Pinkney Tharp, on September 16, 1847, and it should be noted that Ann Jamison had a sister named Jane. Tharp, Coatsworth Picnkney (I2097)
 
150 Amanda and her daughter, Hetty, both died as a result of an Influenza epidemic. Archer, Amanda (I1252)
 
151 An, A. H. Jamison, is in Calaveras County, California 1850 census. The history of Stanisla County, California 1888 shows A. H. Jamison was elected as County Assessor from 1869 to 1873. Anselm Harvey Jamison, age 54, born in Missouri, registered to vote June 11, 1866 in Buena Vista, Stanislaus County, California. The family was in the 1850 Pope County, Arkansas and in the 1860 Tuolomie County, California census. Anselm Harvey Jamison is also listed in the 1830-1839 Johnson County , Arkansas Tax List.





2JAMISONAnselm H.37MFarmer400MO
2JAMISONMaria W.24FAL
2JAMISONJulia F. 6FAR
2JAMISONJohn H.S.5MAR
2JAMISONMary C.12-JunFAR
1850 Pope County, Arkansas, Census 
Jamison, Anselm Harvey (I0859)
 
152 Andrew J. Jamison's marriage to Browning may not be his first. Mrs Jamison was the widow of Isaac Browning of Logan County, Kentucky who left her with three children: Joel, Joshua and Elizabeth.

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Andrew settled in Hopkins County, Kentucky for a while, but he does not appear in any records after 1840.

Andrew owned property in Bellview Township, near Iron or Washington Counties in Missouri, and is buried on his family farm which is now called the Swinford Farm, possibly off of Highway 21 and Highway 32. John Jamison was paid $111.18 for putting up headstone for Andrew Jamison and two head and foot stones for two of Andrew's children.

January 16, 1844: Received of William D. Woods, administrator of Andrew Jamison, deceased, the sum of One Hundred Eleven Dollars and 18 cents ($111.18) for cutting and putting up monument and two sets of head and foot stones for children of said deceased this 16th day of January 1844. Signed by John Jamison

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He also owned 16 slaves when he died. They were sold at public sale January 1, 1841 for the amount of $6,669.00.

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January 16, 1844: Received of William D. Woods, administrator of Andrew Jamison, deceased, the sum of one hundred and eleven dollars and 18 cents ($111.18) for cutting and putting up monument over said deceased and two sets of head and foot stones for children of said deceased this 16th day of January 1844.

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Andrew Jamison, ins, adms. William D. Woods, November 3, 1840. Sec. Philip McCabe, William Woods, Elijah S. Ruggles, Bono McCabe. Bond A
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Jamison, Andrew Jackson Sr. (I0551)
 
153 Andrew Jackson Jamison may have been married prior to his marriage to Henrietta Browning. Henrietta Browning was the widow of Issac Browning of Logan County, Kentucky who left her with three children, Joel, Joshua and Elizabeth. Jamison, Andrew Jackson Jr. (I1233)
 
154 Another reference to Sarah Jamison & Joseph Parke Marriage

Early Connecticut Marriages
as found on ancient church records
prior to 1800

By: Frederick W. Bailey
1896-1906
Voluntown Presbyterian Church
Organized Oct 15, 1723. Records of Rev. Samuel Dorrance.

http://www.ctgenweb.org/town/ctcvoluntown/earlyctmarriages.html

Parke, Joseph m. Sarah Jamison, 27 May 1735 
Jamison, Sarah (Jemison) (I1933)
 
155 Appears on the 1830-1839 Tax list for Johson County, Arkansas Jamison, Jonathan Logan (I0857)
 
156 Arthur J. Jett (Uncle Jetty) served in World War I. He was inducted on May 27, 1918 at Piggott, Arkansas, he was 24 and and a half at the time. He served with the 305th Mobile Ord. Reg. as a Mechanic. He sailed from the United States on August 14,1918 and landed in France on September 3, 1918. He was in the Battle of the Meuise Argone from Sept 26 to November 11, 1918. He sailed from France to the United States on May 16, 1919 and landed back in the United States on May 24, 1919 and was sent to Camp Pike, Arkansas on June 3, 1919.
On November 30, 1919 he was Honorable Discharged from the U. S. Army at Camp Pike. 
Jett, Arthur James (I0432)
 
157 Author: Melville Bradford Cook
Publication: Shore Village Historical Society, Rockland, Maine
Page: 6

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1. Title: William Bradford of the Mayflower and His Descendants for Four Generations
Author: Robert S. Wakefield, Lee D. van Antwerp
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, 1997
Media: Book
Page: p. 78

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Taken captive by Indians in the attack that killed his parents -
later escaped and returned to Friendship.

 
Bradford, Joshua Jr. (I4841)
 
158 B.F. Grooms and Mollie A. Miller were Married By W. K. Gibbons. He was 25, she was 22. Grooms, Benjamin Fleurney (I0382)
 
159 Baptism: 22 FEB 1829 in 1829-February 22nd, John, Lawful Son of Thomas Hastings and Margaret Grierson in Cottonhouse.
Occupation: 1851 in Labourer, Head of Household in 18151 Census, Parish of Durisdeer, Dumfrieshire, Enumeration District No 2, Household 17, Place Mosside 
Hastings, John (I3394)
 
160 been made to the original text.)
Friday, January 6, 1899

HARDESTY, FRANK R.
The community was greatly shocked Tuesday morning to learn that Frank R.
Hardesty had died at 11:30 o'clock Monday night. It was known by a few that
he had been sick for a day or two, but no one suspected that he was
dangerously ill. It seems that it is true that in "life we are in death."
The funeral was conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in St.
Andrew's Episcopal church by the Pastor, Rev. F. M. Weddell, the ritualistic
service alone being used. The body was then taken in charge by Ozark Camp
No. 2121 Modern Woodmen of America. A part of their funeral service was
carried out at the grave.
Frank R. Hardesty, was the elder son of Dr. and Mrs. N. H. Hardesty and was
born and raised in Cuba. He was married and had one child. For a year or
two past he had been clerking in the drug store of J. A. Rost. He was
popular among the people of Cuba and all bemoan his untimely death. He was
a member of the Modern Woodmen of America, and of the Knights of Pythias.
The sincere sympathy of the entire community is extended to the heart broken
family.

THE TELEPHONE, Cuba, Crawford County, Missouri
Jan 1899 to Dec 1902
 
Hardesty, Frank R. (I2951)
 
161 BELLEVILLE NEWS DEMOCRAT
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2001

Mary Isabel (Downard) Yarber, nee Pruett, 76 of Belleville, Illinois, born January 22, 1925 in Fredericktown, Missouri and died Thursday, December 6, 2001, at her residence. Mrs Yarber was a cook before her retirement. She was a member of the Council Bluffs Baptist Church, Belgrade, Missouri, and a member of the New Athens, Illinois chapter of TOPS. Mrs. Yarber was preceded in death by her first husband, Will Downard, whom she married on January 11, 1941, in Ironton, Missouri; her second husband H. H. Yarber, whom she married August 18, 1972; her parents Will and Effie Pruett, nee Stacy, four brothers, Raymond, Orville, Franklin, Vernon, and two sisters Opal and Vivian. Surviving are a daughter, Patrica (Robert) Miller of Fairview Heights, Illinois; two grandsons, Kent (Tammy) Miller of Swanswa, Illinois; Ray Miller of Swansea, Illinois; two great-granddaughters , Ashley and Lauren Miller of Swansea, Illinois; four brothers, Ronie (Lovie) Pruett of Camanche, Iowa; Earl (Nora) of Chester, Illinois; Jacob (Betty) Pruett of Mascoutah, Illinois; Clyde (JoAnn) Pruett of Freeburg, Illinois; and a sister Clara Patton of Freeburg, Illinois. Funeral services were held at 11:00 A.M. Saturday, December 8, 2001, at George Renner and Sons Funeral Home, Belleville, Illinois, with Pastor Hal Santos of Grace Church of Fairview Heights, Illinois officiating. Burial was in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville, Illinois.

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Pruett, Mary Isabel (I2330)
 
162 Benjamin F. Jamison lived his whole life in the Berwick, Pennsylvania area. Little is known about his wife, but she is belived to have been Mary C. Glasmoyer or Glassmeyer or Glasmer. Benjamin enlisted in the 35th Regiment of the 6th Pennsylvania Volunteers under his older brother Albion B. Jamison who became a Captain of his unit, Company A. (note: at times the unit is referred to as Co A 6th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves Infantry (35th Volunteers). Benjamin fought in every major engagement during the Civil War including New Market Cross Roads, Bull Run, South Mountain, Fredericksburg, the Wilderness Campaign, Antietam, and at Gettysburg. The two brother's unit served in support of Col. W. Wallace Ricketts unit in most battles. Col Ricketts had been the original Commander of the 6th Regiment when it was organized in June or July of 1861. However, Albion was severely wounded in the leg at Antietam and after his recovery, he was semi-crippled and could not return to his unit. Albion then enrolled in medical school at the University of Georgetown from which he graduated and became a doctor on March 5, 1867. Later Albion was prominent in the GAR ( Grand army of the Republic ) and an original signer of documents in Philadelphia swearing allegiance to the United States after the death of Abraham Lincoln ( MOLLUS ). After the Civil War he was appointed to a high Government position settling Civil War accounts. It is believed that Benjamin's unit at the Battle of Gettysburg fought in the line of battle directly against the Confederate unit of Louisiana Tigers which contained one Victor D. Braud of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who would later switch sides in the war after he was captured the second time, changed his name to George C. Duke, and become the maternal great grandfather of Richard A. Jamison. In fact, the possibility exists that Benjamin's company was the unit that captured Victor Braud, along with a dozen or so other Confederates at Falling Waters during Lee's retreat from Gettysburg on July 14th. If in fact this is the case, the descendants of Richard A. Jamison should be eternally grateful that his paternal great grandfather didn't shoot his maternal great grandfather, but rather allowed him to surrender, otherwise, they would not exist. At the Battle of Gettysburg, the 6th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment was part of the 5th Corps ( Sykes Commanding ), 3dr Division ( Crawford Commanding ). 1st Brigade ( Col. William McCandless Commanding ). The first Brigade also included the 13th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment which was known as the Pennsylvania Bucktails. In any event, Benjamin fought with his unit until it was disbanded at the end of the war and he returned to the Lime Ridge, Pennsylvania area. he had many children, including Albert Brittain Lynn Jamison and eventually died in Shickshinny in 1926. Jamison, Benjamin Franklin (I2982)
 
163 Benjamin Harvey, who came from Lyme, Connecticut about 1770, and settled in Plymouth, bringing with him his children, his wife being deceased, he afterward married Mrs. Katherine Draper , of Kingston, Pennsylvania. Harvey, Benjamin Sr. (I2616)
 
164 Benjamin was a member of Captain Mason Alden's Company, Luzerne Militia, and died of Consumption after driven from Wyoming Valley by Pennamites.  Jamison, Benjamin (Jemison) (I1930)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0248)
 
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0512)
 
167 BIO: James L. JAMISON, York County, PA

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History of York County, Pennsylvania. John Gibson, Historical Editor.
Chicago: F. A. Battey Publishing Co., 1886.
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Part II, Biographical Sketches, Wrightsville Borough and Hellam Township, Pg 78

JAMES L. JAMISON, M. D., son of William and Catherine Jamison, of Wrightsville,
was born January 20, 1855. Until the age of fourteen his boyhood was passed at
Wrightsville; he then went to Philadelphia, where he was in the employ of Dr. F.
Getchell until seventeen years of age, when he returned to Wrightsville, and
entered the employ of Kerr, Cook & Co., lime burners. October 29, 1873, he
entered the preparatory department of Lincoln University, graduated therefrom in
June, 1875, and the following September entered the collegiate department, from
which he graduated June 3, 1879. His summer vacation of 1875 was spent in the
Catskill Mountains; that of 1876 at Newport; that of 1877 at Cape May, and that
of 1878 was spent canvassing Newark and Elkton, Md. In June, 1879, he returned
to Wrightsville, studied medicine under Dr. D. A. Stubbs, of Oxford, Chester
County, entered Jefferson Medical College in the fall of 1879, graduated March
30, 1882, and in June began his profession in his native town, where he has
since built up a large practice. August 27, 1884, he married Francenia,
daughter of Peter and Carrie Baldwin, of Lower Oxford, Chester County. The
Doctor is a member of the Presbyterian Church of Lincoln, and the Alumni of
Jefferson Medical College. He has had the care of his mother since boyhood, his
father being infirm.

 
Jamison, James L. (I4916)
 
168 Birth and Death records are from MT. Pisgha Church records. Arnold, Martha L. (I1520)
 
169 Birth and Death records are from MT. Pisgha Church records. Williams, Dempsey B. (I1521)
 
170 Birth information is from family records.

Death information is from an obituary in the Russellville, Arkansas newspaper.

Mary Logan Jamison's parents Jonathan and Frances Logan set out from Christian County, Kentucky to St. Frances River in Louisana November 27, 1808.


OBITUARIES:

ARKANSAS ADVOCATE, MAY 16, 1834.


Died - Lately, in Johnson County, in this Territory, of Consumption, Mrs. Polly Jamison, after a lingering illness of some weeks, which she bore with Christian fortitude to the last moment. As an affectionate and devoted wife and loving mother and sincere friend, her loss will be deeply felt. She has left a disconsolate husband, a large and distressed family of children and numerous relatives and friends to mourn her irreparable loss.

Records from Janice Redmond list a possible birth place as North Carolina. 
Logan, Mary (Polly) Dickinson (I0027)
 
171 Birth:1714 in ALBEMARLE CO.,VA.
Death:1756 in FREDERICKSVILLE,LOUISA CO.,VIRGINIA
Sex:M
Father:Col. David Meriwether b. 1690 in LOUISA CO.,VIRGINIA
Mother:Anne Holmes b. 19 DEC 1695 in FARNHAM,YORKSHIRE,ENGLAND





Spouses & Children
Elizabeth Thornton (Wife) b. ABT 1718 in "SNOW CREEK" SPOTSYLVANIA CO,VIRGINIA
Marriage: 1735 in LOUISA CO.,VIRGINIA
Children:
1. Descendants Nicholas (5) Meriwether b. 7 SEP 1736 in Louisa Co., Virginia

2. Descendants Francis Meriwether b. 31 OCT 1737

3. David Meriwether b. 2 SEP 1739

4. Descendants Mary Meriwether b. 4 APR 1742

5. Elizabeth Meriwether b. 3 MAR 1743/44 in ALBEMARLE, LOUISA CO., VIRGINIA

6. Sarah Meriwether b. 26 NOV 1746

7. Anne Meriwether b. 1 MAY 1750

8. Descendants Lucy Meriwether b. 4 FEB 1751 in ALBEMARLE, LOUISA CO., VIRGINIA

9. Descendants Mildred Meriwether b. 25 JUL 1753

10. Jane Meriwether b. 8 AUG 1757 in LOUISA CO.,VIRGINIA





Notes
Family Notes on Marriage with Elizabeth Thornton:
Title: Notes
Text:
Elizabeth Thornton who married Thomas Meriwether was the daughter of Francis Thornton and Mary Taliaferro, they were of St. Mary's Parish, Caroline Co., VA (Wm & Mary Quarterly V. 4 pp 157-8.) There is recorded in Orange Co., VA., a deed dated 11-1-1737; from Francis Thornton of St. Mary's Parish., Caoline Co., Va and Mary, his wife. And another dated May 21, 1738, from Francis Thornton, of St. Mary's parish., Caroline Co., VA Gent. to his daughter Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Meriwether, of Hanover Co., VA

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Note: Called Frank. Was a student in William and Mary College. He then studied medicine, intending to complete his medical education in Edinburgh, but the war between England and France prevented this. He removed to Georgia about 1784, where he was greatly esteemed by reason of his life of benevolence and usefulness. While not professionally a practicing physician, he did a great deal for the sick, giving his money freely for medicines, and devoting his time in attendance upon the suffering without charge.

 
Meriwether, Thomas (I4740)
 
172 Birth:4 FEB 1751 in ALBEMARLE, LOUISA CO., VIRGINIA
Death:8 SEP 1837 in ALBEMARLE, LOUISA CO., VIRGINIA
Sex:F
Father:Thomas Meriwether b. 1714 in ALBEMARLE CO.,VA.
Mother:Elizabeth Thornton b. ABT 1718 in "SNOW CREEK" SPOTSYLVANIA CO,VIRGINIA





Spouses & Children
Col. William Lewis (Husband) b. 1735 in LOCUST HILL,Albemarle CO.,VA.
Marriage: 1769
Children:
1. Jane Lewis b. 1770

2. Meriwether Lewis b. 18 AUG 1774 in " LOCUST HILL", near Charlottesville,ALBEMARLE CO.,VA.

3. Reuben Lewis b. 1777 in LOCUST HILL,ALBAMARLE CO.,VA.


Capt. John Marks (Husband) b. 1744
Marriage: 13 MAY 1780
Children:
1. John Hastings Marks b. 1785

2. Mary Garland Marks b. 1788





Notes
Family Notes on Marriage with Col. William Lewis:
Title: Notes
Text:
Note: The following is direct from the book " Undaunted Courage " In 1769, William Lewis then thirty-one years old, married his cousin, twenty-two year old Lucy Meriwether. The Meriwether family was also Welsh and also land rich-by 1730, the family held a tract near Charlottesville of 17,952 acres. The coat of arms was" Vi et Consilio" or " Force and Counsel. " George R. Gilmer, later a governor of Georgia, wrote of his family, " None ever looked or talked with a Meriwether but heard something which made him look or listen again." Jefferson said of Colonel Nicholas Meriwether, Lucy's father, " He was the most sensible man I ever knew." He had served as commander of a Virginia regiment in Braddock's disastrous campaign of 1755.
The Lewis & Meriwether families had long been close-knit and interrelated. Indeed, there were eleven marriages joining Lewis's and Meriwether's between 1725 and 1774. Nicholas Meriwether II 1667-1744, was the great-grandfather of Lucy Meriwether and the grandfather of William Lewis. The marriage of Lucy and William combined two bloodlines of unusual Strength-and some weaknesses. Jefferson described his neighbor and friend William Lewis as a man of "good sense, integrity,bravery, enterprise & remarkable bodily powers."


Family Notes on Marriage with Col. William Lewis:
Title: 1775,War broke out
Text:
In 1775, war broke out. Jefferson noted that, when it came, William Lewis was " happily situated at home with a wife and young family, & a fortune placed him at ease." Nevertheless, " he left all to aid in the liberation of his country from foreign usurpations." Like General Washington, he served without pay; going Washington one better, he bore his own expenses, as his patriotic contribution to his country. William Lewis served as commander of one of the first regiment raised in Virginia, enlisting in July 1775. By September, he was a first lieutenant in the Albemarle County militia. When the unit integrated with the Continental Line, he became a lieutenant in the regulars.


Family Notes on Marriage with Col. William Lewis:
Title: Nov. 1779
Text:
In November 1779, Lieutenant Lewis spent a short leave with his family at Cloverfields, a Meriwether family plantation where his wife, Lucy, had grown up. He said his good byes, swung onto his horse, and rode to the Secretary's Ford of the Rivanna River, swollen in flood. Attempting to cross, his horse was swept away and drowned. Lewis managed to swim ashore and hiked back to Cloverfields, drenched. Pneumonia set in, and in two days he was dead.
Nicholas Lewis, William Lewis's older brother became Meriwether's guardian. He was a heroic figure himself. 
Lewis, William Col. (I4762)
 
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0523)
 
174 Born Oct. 10, 1978 Passed away June 2, 2009 in Corpus Christi Texas. John was 30 years old and had several health issues. He died of natural causes due to complications of diabetes and sleep apnea. He aspirated in his sleep. John was cremated and a mass was held for him in Corpus Christi at St. Joseph Catholic church on Sat. June 6, 2009.

His father, Carolos Oropez, mother, Nancee Britton, his sister, Brianna Oropez, Brother Nicholas Britton and neice, Cameron Menchaca returned to California with his ashes and will hold a memorial service at a date yet to be determined;. John will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him. John was the grandson of Arthureve (Corky) Jett and John F. Britton. 
Oropez, John Charles Britton (I4920)
 
175 Both his parents are listed as being born in Missouri, according to the 1910 Census. His fathers occupation listed as Merchant and Hardware. Cox, William M. (I1989)
 
176 Brother of James Franklin Lewis, enlisted at Camp Butler, Whitehall, Illinois on September 7, 1862 in Company I, 91st. Regiment of Illinois Infantry. He died, in hospital on December 13, 1862 at Shepardsville, Kentucky of Typhoid Fever, Burial location is not known. His mother Rhoda Lewis applied for and was granted a pension against his service on March 25, 1879. Amount granted was $8.00 per month. After Rhoda's death his father Albert applied for and was granted a pension, on March 12, 1883, against his was service. After Albert's death, his second wife, Jane Campbell Satterfield Lewis, applied for the pension and it was denied. Information from Maggie Inman. Lewis, Henry C. (I4829)
 
177 Buried at the Old Williams Cemetery, Gibson County, Tennessee. (Near Bradford, Tennessee) Williams, William (I0498)
 
178 Came to America in 1718, landed at Boston, Mass. where he and his second wife Roseanna Irvin lived for one year. In 1719, they settled in Voluntown, Windsor County, Connecticut.
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Emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts and arrived on 4 August 1718 with his family and brother William and William's family. 1719 John and family moved to Milton, Norfork County, Massachusetts. John bought land in Voluntown, Connecticut in 1725 and moved there with his family. He presumably engaged in his trade , which was the manufacture of linen by the use of a hand loom, or spinning wheel.

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More information here:

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Jamison, John (Jemison) (I1931)
 
179 Came to America in 1719. Gordon, Robert (I2612)
 
180 Came to America while working on a Merchant Marine Ship that was being repaired. Apparently he jumped ship and stayed in the United States. Name was spelled In Germany with 2 small dots over the "o", and was spelled Korner. Koerner, Eugene Karl (I2159)
 
181 Came to Ellis Island as a single woman with a son, Michael. She came from Austria-Hungry. Kolleig, Barbara (I2461)
 
182 Cause of Death - Aortic Aneurysm Webb, Darryl Gene (I4981)
 
183 Cause of death - Artario Sclerotic Heart Disease due to Pulmoanry Embolism, Iliac Vein Thrombus Jamison, William Enos (I0016)
 
184 Cause of Death - Asbestos complicated by smoking. The place he worked manufactured metal doors insulated with asbestos. They cut the asbestos sheets with a circular saw thus the air was filled with friable asbestos fibers. Jamison, William Ellis Sr. (I0008)
 
185 Cause of death - Bladder Cancer Jamison, Benny Reece (I0114)
 
186 Cause of Death - Brain Aneurysm Moore, Annie Edith (I0017)
 
187 Cause of Death - Brain Tumor Webb, Mary Catherine (I0132)
 
188 Cause of Death - Brain Tumor. She was operated on and a tumor removed about 1977. In 1993 she had another brain tumor. Her daughter, Mary Catherine (Jamison) Webb also died from a brain tumor. Tate, Catherine Gertrude (I0137)
 
189 Cause of Death - Congestive Heart Failure Jamison, Gordon Gayle (I0005)
 
190 Cause of Death - Lung Cancer attributed to smoking. Hastings, Flora Lee (I0009)
 
191 Cause of Death - Lung Cancer attributed to smoking. Webb, James Shannon (I4983)
 
192 Cause of death was Aortic Aneurysm. Walden, Clyda Louise (I0160)
 
193 Charles Cooper Beliew was raised by his aunt and uncle, Aaron and Nancy Beliew. Beliew, Charles Cooper (I0090)
 
194 Charles Cooper Beliew was raised by his aunt and uncle, Aaron and Nancy Beliew. Beliew, Enos Millard (I0091)
 
195 Charles Henery Hastings lived in Holly Sprigs, MS in 1880. He lived in Hinds County, MS in 1900 at the State Insane Hospital. He died in Holly Springs, MS in 1911 at 85 years of age. Hastings, Charles Henery (I3391)
 
196 Civil War Record:

He enlisted at Whitehall, Illinois on August 9, 1862, as a Private, in Company I, of the 91st Regiment of Illinois Infantry.

SERVICE: Guarding Louisville & Nashville Rail Road and scouting through Kentucky after Morgan, October 7 to December 27, 1862. Action with Morgan at Nolin Station and Bacon Creek, December 26, and at Elizabethtown. Kentucky, December 27. Regiment captured and paroled December 28. On duty as paroled prisoners of was at Benton Barracks, Missouri, February 28 to June 5, 1863. Exchanged June 5, 1863. Moved to Vicksburg, Mississippi July 8 - 15, then to Port Hudson, Louisana July 24 - 25 and to New Orleans, Louisana August 13. At New Orleans till September 5. Moved to Morganza till October 10. Moved to New Orleans October 10 -11; thence to Point Isabel, Texas, October 23 to November 3. March to Brownville, Texas, November 6 - 9, and frontier duty there till July 28, 1864. Raid to Salt Lake December 31, 1862 - January 9, 1864. Moved to Brazos Santiago July 28 - 30, and garrison duty, there till December 24, 1864. Operations near Brazos Santiago August 4 - 15. Palmetto Ranch September 6. Action Bagdad September 11. Bocca Chica Pass October 14. Moved to New Orleans December 24 - 29 and duty there till February 21, 1865. Campaign against Mobile, Alabama and its defenses February 21 - April 12. Siege of Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely March 26 - April 8. Assault on and capture of Fort Blakely April 9. Occupation of Mobile April 12. Whistler's Station April 13. March to Nanahubba Bluffs, Tombigbee River, and duty there till May 9. Moved to Mobile and duty there till July, Mustered out July 12 and discharged at Chicago, Illinois, July 28, 1865.

After the war he returned to Washington County, Missouri where he married Mary Lucy Jamison, the daughter of George Washington And Margaret B. McClary Jamison, on April 22, 1867 he applied for and was granted a war pension on January 13, 1908. His pension records have bold "Prisoner of War" notations. Pension granted was in the amount of $40.00. He died at Danville National Hospital, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois on March 15, 1919, and is buried at Danville National Cemetery.  
Lewis, James Franklin (I2367)
 
197 Craig was killed in an automobile accident near Sullivan, Missouri. Smith, Craig W. (I0770)
 
198 Crawford County, Missouri list a J. W. Jamison as Marrying a Durcilla R. Hudspeth on May 8, 1845. This could possible be a child of this J. W. Jamison, as the years do not fit this J. W. Jamison. Jamison, James W (I2014)
 
199 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0241)
 
200 Daniel Miller was a short person who loved people and often visited relatives all over the land. On one trip to Frances (Jamison) Walden's home he recited the following:

THE MONKEY'S DISGRACE

Three monks sat in a coconut tree,
Discussing things as they're said to be,
Said one to another, Now listen you two,
There is a certain rumor that cannot be true,
That 'man' descended from our noble race,
The very idea is a disgrace,
No monkey ever deserted his wife,
Starved her babies and ruined her life,
And you've never known a mother monk
to leave her babies with others to bunk,
Or pass them on from one to another,
Till they scarcely knew who was their mother,
And another thing you'll never see,
A monk build a fence around a coconut tree,
And let the coconuts go to waste,
Forbidding all other monks to taste,
Why, if I put a fence around a tree,
Starvation would force you to steal from me!
Here's another thing a monk won't do,
Go out at night and get on a stew,
Or use a gun or club or knife,
And take some other monkey's life,
Yes, man descended, the 'ornery cuss',
but, BROTHER, he didn't descend from us!!!
 
Miller, Daniel (I0606)
 

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