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Walter Murray
The Jamesons













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A collection of information from Diane and Brenda and some of my research

I do have some info on John Jamieson and Mary Ellen Grant. Not a lot. My > > understanding is that the family are from Scotland. I wasn't sure of the > > spelling either until I got a copy of their daughter's (my grandmother) > > marriage certificate and it was spelled JAMIESON. Here is what I have: > > > >

John Jamieson of the Sixtieth Regiment (Royal Americans), arrived at

Chedabucto in 1784, to claim a town lot and 300 acres of "other lands",

the usual allotment to a sergeant. Jost has noted that he was attached

to the regiment in some kind of instructional capacity, which further

suggests that he was an NCO. Jost also notes that he was prominent in the

community...and the direct cause for three of his brothers coming to

Nova Scotia.

References Jost, 367-369; Hart, 198-199; Douglas Jamieson; tombstones.

JAMIESON, John, 1760-1842, was married to Charlotte Morrison.

1. MR. JAMIESON1

Children of MR. JAMIESON are:

2. i. KENNETH JAMIESON, b. Bef. 1804, Scotland; d. Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.

3. ii. HUGH JAMIESON, b. Scotland; d. Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.

4. iii. ROBERT GEORGE JAMIESON, b. Scotland; d. Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.Shirley's decendant

5. iv. SGT. JOHN JAMIESON, b. 1761, Scotland; d. Jan 1842, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.My decendant

John Jamieson of the Sixtieth Regiment (Royal Americans), arrived at

Chedabucto in 1784, to claim a town lot and 300 acres of "other lands",

the usual allotment to a sergeant. Jost has noted that he was attached

to the regiment in some kind of instructional capacity, which further

suggests that he was an NCO. Jost also notes that he was prominent in the

community...and the direct cause for three of his brothers coming to

Nova Scotia.

References Jost, 367-369; Hart, 198-199; Douglas Jamieson; tombstones.

JAMIESON, John, 1760-1842, was married to Charlotte Morrison.?

 

 

 

1. (B)JOHN1 JAMESON was born 1761 in Scotland ?, and died January 17, 1842 in Guysborough County. He married CHARLOTTE MORRISON 1785. She was born 1763 in Scotland ?.

Children of JOHN JAMIESON and CHARLOTTE MORRISON are:

2. i. ROBERT2 JAMIESON, b. January 09, 1785.

ii. JANE JAMIESON, b. July 31, 1787.

iii. CHARITY JAMIESON, b. January 09, 1790.

iv. MARY ELIZABETH JAMIESON, b. October 09, 1792.

v. CATHARINE JAMIESON, b. May 04, 1795.

vi. (C)JOHN JAMESON, b. March 05, 1798.

vii. CHARLOTTE JAMIESON, b. November 23, 1800.

viii. ALEXANDER JAMIESON, b. October 09, 1803.

ix. JANNET JAMIESON, b. February 23, 1806.

x. CHARLOTTE JAMIESON, b. January 06, 1809.

xi. WILLIAM ALEXANDER JAMIESON, b. February 25, 1811.

John Jamieson.5.Above......m. Mary Matheson? He is listed as Scot on census. > >

his son: > > John D Jamieson b, 5 March 1798; christened, 1 July 1798; d, Half Way > > Cove, 11 Sept 1896. M, (1) Mary Jones ,. (dau of Thomas Jones and Mary > > Horton) b, 10 Feb 1824 at Oyster Ponds;

.They had three children; > >

Charlotte, b Nov. 1824 d Oct. 1906 m John F. Myers

MYERS, John F.

March 1818 - January 1887

His wife Charlotte JAMIESON

November 1824 - October 16, 1906

Mary

John Patterson Jamieson (he was b 29 Oct 1831, > > Strait of Canso, Guys. Co) > >

Then John D Jamieson (2) m, Hannah Elizabeth KIRBY 6 Dec 1832 She was b, 1810; > > d, 1898. buried at EVERGREEN CEMETERY

GUYSBOROUGH, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY, N.S.

JAMIESON, John 1798 - 1896

His wife Hannah KIRBY 1810 - 1898

They had eight children; > >

1) Martha E. b 1833 at Bayshore, Guys Co, > > d 1934 m William Godfrey Scott

buried at

EVERGREEN CEMETERY

GUYSBOROUGH, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY, N.S.

SCOTT, William Godfrey

Jan. 6, 1831 - April 10, 1908

His wife Martha E. JAMIESON

1833 - 1934

Amelia Howard

April 10, 1889 - April 24, 1889(looks like their child)

2)John Charles (my ggf) b, 3 May 1836, Half Way Cove, Christened, 21 July 1836,Melford, no death date, m: Mary Ellen Grant, 16 Oct 1860, > > Oyster Ponds. > > 3)William A > >

4)David Robert > >

5)Eunice L > >

6)Joseph Thomas > >

7)Eliza Jane > >

8)Janet Wallace > >

All of the above children from #2 to #8 all born Half Way Cove. > > > >

John Charles JAMIESON (#2 above), wife Mary Ellen GRANT (my > > ggparents).d/o Alexander Grant and Mary Ann CARR, was b, 12 May 1844, > > d, 1923, bur. St James Anglican, Melford.

They had eleven children all > > born at Steep Creek. > >

1) Alexander G. b, 20 Aug 1861/1862, d 1957, m Louise MARTIN, abt 1886.

at Steep Creek,Guysborough Co,Nova Scotia,Canada d. 1957

at Melford,Guysborough Co,Nova Scotia,Canada m. Louisa MARTIN b. October 09, 1862 d. 1945

Both Buried at ST. JAMES ANGLICAN CHURCH CEMETERY

MIDDLE MELFORD, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY

Jameson, Alexander G.

1861 - 1957

Wife Louise Martin

1861 - 1945

Children of Alexander and Louise

children: Roberta JAMESON b. July 16, 1887

Ona JAMESON b. August 22, 1889

Alexandra JAMESON b. September 14, 1894 m Art Langley (see Langley)

2)Jim F > >

3)Robert L, b 1867; d between 1881 and 1891. > >

4)Elizabeth Robena, b 29 Aug 1869, christened 27 June 1871, > >

5)John, b 1872 > >

6)Nellie, b 1875 > >

7)Renze Alonzo (Lorenzo)b 24 Jan 1878 > >

8)Jeannette B. , b 1879, d 1950 m William J. CAMERON,(1876 - 1941) on 28 June 1904 ST. ANDREW'S ANGLICAN CHURCH CEMETERY

MULGRAVE,

Guysborough County, Nova Scotia> >

Cameron, William J.

1876 - 1941

Wife Janet B. Jameison

1879 - 1950

Cameron, W.D. Ross

1906 - 1985 (possible child)

9)Ethel Lyle (my grandmother)b abt 21 Feb 1882; d 11 Mar 1966, Port > > Hawkesbury. m 17 Sept 1901, Albert W MURRAY, at Mulgrave. (see Murray Genealogy)

10)Lillie Mable, b 11 Feb 1884; christened 11 Oct 1885, Melford. > >

11)Violet Victoria, b 19 June 1886. > > > >

I hope that this is some help to you and if you have anything on this > > family I would appreciate you sharing it with me. Any thing else I may > > find I will send it along if you feel this is your family. If your > > husband is decended from the wife Mary Jones he is in luck because the > > ldsfamily.org has that line traced to the year six!! I am of the second > > wife Hannah KIRBY. > > Thank you for writing. > > Regards; > > Diane > >

Other Jameison's

HOLY TRINITY ANGLICAN CHURCH CEMETERY

HADLEYVILLE, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY

Jamieson, Guy

d: Mar. 2, 1981 - 83 years

 

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Guysborough

Guysborough County, Nova Scotia

 

JAMIESON, William E. 1907-1961

Winnifred E. 1907-1996

JAMIESON, Margaret F. Mar.8,1915 - 13 yrs. 5 months

Dau. of John P. & Marg

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

EVERGREEN CEMETERY

GUYSBOROUGH, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY, N.S.

 

Part 1

 

 

Part 2

JAMIESON, John C.

October 19, 1945

JAMIESON, Sadie G. DICKIE

March 1, 1907 - June 22, 1994

part 4

JAMIESON, George C. 1908 - 1959

JAMIESON, Charles Clifford 1947 - 1990

 

JAMIESON, William S. 1890 - 1975

His wife Lena May 1887 - 1963

MIDDLE MELFORD, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY

Jamison, Elizabeth

d: May 6, 1895 - 56 years

Wife of Hugh

This section of the cemetery is up the road from the church.

Jamieson, James G.

1905 - 1985

Wife Eva M. 1905 - 1992

Son James

Jameson, Alexander G.

1861 - 1957

Wife Louise Martin

1861 - 1945

Jamieson, Hughie

1893 - 1986
















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