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151 of Gledswood, Co. Dublin, Ireland Robertson, John Jameson (I146)
 
152 of Glencormac House, Bray, Wicklow, Ireland Jameson, James (I150)
 
153 Of Glencormac, Bray and Cottesbrook Grange, Northampton Jameson, Major Thomas Montgomery (I180)
 
154 of Hermitage, Dundrum, Co. Dublin, Ireland Robertson, William (I471)
 
155 of Hermitage, Roebuck, Dundrum, County Dublin, retired to Pau in France Jameson, Henry Marsh Septimus (I155)
 
156 Of Longford Street, Dublin Jameson, Robert (I151)
 
157 of New Grey Friars Church and Parish, in Edinburgh, Scotland Robertson, Reverend William (I147)
 
158 Of Raheny Park, Co. Dublin Jameson, George Lionel OBE (I374)
 
159 Of Shanadoon, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick, Ireland Prittie Perry, William Richard Victor (I380)
 
160 of Sitness Cottage, Sunninghill, Berkshire Jameson, Harry William (I236)
 
161 of Smithfield, Dublin and later of Seamount Malahide, Co. Dublin Jameson, John George (I218)
 
162 of St. Peter's, Sandown, Isle of Wight Jameson, Captain Hugh Bellingham (I273)
 
163 of Taney House Jameson, Major John Eustace (I257)
 
164 of Tarvistone Nicolson, George (I12)
 
165 of The Cottage, Clonsilla and later of The Needles, Baily and finally Drumleck, Baily, Co. Dublin Jameson, Henry Robert (I219)
 
166 of The Needles, Baily, Co. Dublin Jameson, John Francis (I483)
 
167 of The Road Farm, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England Jameson, Edmond John DSO (I370)
 
168 Of The Walk House, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland and resided in Ireland at St. Marnock's House, Malahide, County Dublin. Jameson, Andrew (I153)
 
169 Often referred to as "Andrew" Jamesone, Andro (I2)
 
170 Often said to have died during the massacre in Aberdeen after the battle there during the War of the Three Kingdoms. Jamesone, George (I1)
 
171 Panel 137 Jameson, Derek Bellingham (I470)
 
172 Parents named on daughter Margarat's birth record.
O.P.R. 465/00 0010 0163 Alloa (Clackmannan) 
Family F267
 
173 Pastoralist. Educated at Hobart Town and Sydney College. Inherited as share of his fathers estate. Clerk in Legislative Council for a few months, then became a pastoralist, chiefly on Namoi River. At one time was a squatter but became a landed proprieter by mid 1850's. Active on bench. Uncle of F.J Gibbes. Jamison, Robert Thomas (I19)
 
174 Personal papers in the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales: Jamison family - papers, 1803-ca.1934 (*D38/1-*D38/4) Jamison, Robert Thomas (I19)
 
175 Presbyterian Church Jamison, Dr. Thomas (I4)
 
176 President of Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. McNamara, Professor Rawdon MD (I334)
 
177 probably Aberdeen Jamesone, Andro (I2)
 
178 probably Aberdeen Anderson, Mariore (I4)
 
179 Probably buried at Old St. Mungo Kirkyard - Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland JAMESON, Andrew (I96)
 
180 Qualified as a surgeon in 1835, and served with the Army in Sotu Africa, afterwards assisited his uncle in the University Museum. JAMESON, Laurence (I113)
 
181 Qualified as a surgeon in 1835, and served with the Army. JAMESON, Robert Watson (I112)
 
182 Qualified as MRSCP Jameson, Helen Rosalind (I695)
 
183 Resided at Kilsarn House, Castle Bellingham, Co. Louth and 13 Crossthwaite Park, Kingstown Jameson, James Arthur Henry (I242)
 
184 Resided at Merrion Square, Dublin and he was very wealthy. His wealth and estates were inherited by his younger brother James Jameson of Montrose. It is thought he never married and apparently had no children. Considerable debate over date of death. Jameson, William (I17)
 
185 Resided in Guernsey 1898 and lived at Woodcote, St Andres, Guernsey CI Foster, Percival Lloyd (I699)
 
186 Robert and his wife had 11 children. Jameson, Robert William (I87)
 
187 Ruth Hart 4th and youngest daughter of George Vaughan Hart, QC, LLD, of Woodside, Howth Co. Dublin and of 14 Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin by his wife Mary Elizabeth (Eva) Hone daughter of Addison Hone of Rosvale, Raheny, Co. Dublin and Freeman of City of Dublin. Hart, Ruth (I416)
 
188 Said to be a cousin Jameson, Catherine (I33)
 
189 Said to have been the last Jameson connected (Director) with the Jameson Whiskey Company  Jameson, William Shane Musgrave (I508)
 
190 said to have been the protege of Basil Montagu. Jameson, Robert Sympson (I1)
 
191 She was a accomplished water-colour artist. Jameson, Elizabeth Sophia (I164)
 
192 Sold Woodcote in 1956 and lived in La Mouette, St. Martins, Guernsey. Mayson, Winfred May (I700)
 
193 Some believe there were nine children, including an Emily Jameson (b.c1800-d.1831), based on an 1834 letter written by Green Jameson's brother, Christopher Hawkins Jameson. The Emily mentioned in that letter is however, much more likely the second wife of Willis Lee Jameson. Family F62
 
194 Some have Malcom's birth as 1826 Jameson, Malcolm (I156)
 
195 Some say there were six (6) children. Family F1
 
196 Sometimes listed as born in Windfield, County Galway, Ireland Jameson, Elizabeth Sophia (I164)
 
197 Sometimes listed as having been born in Windfield, Co. Galway, Ireland Jameson, Mary Anne (I162)
 
198 Sometimes said to have been born in Windfield, County Galway, Ireland Jameson, Captain Robert O'Bryen (I163)
 
199 Sometimes said to have died young. However Elizabeth (age 48 b.Dublin) appears in the 1881 UK Census as living with her sister Mary Anne Coleridge, in Kensington. Furthermore, there are 1884 London, Death and Probate records
 
Jameson, Elizabeth Sophia (I164)
 
200 St. George's Parish Official Christening record (clearly) lists 'Abode' as "Hollywell." Siblings however are (clearly) listed as "Hollybank." Jameson, Arthur John (I189)
 

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