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201 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)
202 St. George's Parish Official Christening record (clearly) lists 'Abode' as "Hollywell." Siblings however are (clearly) listed as "Hollybank." Jameson, Arthur John (I189)
203 St. John's Hospital, Bath, Somerset, England. He graduated with a Master of Arts (M.A.). Jameson, Rev. William Luxmoore (I551)
204 St. Martins, Guernsey, CI Ozanne, John Gabrielle (I701)
205 St. Nicholas Jameson, Arthur Bellingham (I238)
206 Surgeon in Melbourne. JAMESON, John Carmichael (I103)
207 Surgeon of Ambleside Ross, William (I16)
208 Surname also sometimes spelled Jamieson and Jameson Jamison, John Thomas (I54)
209 Surname may have been incorrectly spelt as Elliot in some hisoric records. Allott, Elizabeth (I17)
210 Surname sometimes "Patton" Paton, William (I51)
211 Surname sometimes spelled Hanson HENSON, Mary (I82)
212 Surname spelled "Jamison" on Parish Birth Record Jameson, John (I76)
213 The Dr. Jameson of the Jameson raid in South Africa in 1895-1896. JAMESON, Leander Starr (I89)
214 Their is some question as to if this was a child of Elizabeth and John Ower or if Elizabeth and John Jamison Jamison, John Thomas (I54)
215 There are three OPR Marriage Records for what can only be this marriage.
20 Apr 1787 - St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, Scotland - OPR 685/02 0170 0210
21 May 1787 - Edinburgh, Scotland - OPR 685/01 0510 0361
22 May 1787 - Leith, South, Edinburgh - OPR 692/020 0110 131 
Family F148
216 There is a 18 November 1651, O.P.R. Marriage Record (168/0B 0060 0084), at Old Machar, Aberdeen, Scotland, for an Alexander Jamesone and a Margaret Beverlay.
Then a 14 Jul 1657, O.P.R. Birth record (168/0A 0040 0316) in Aberdeen, for a Jeane Jamesone, daughter of an Alexander Jamesone and Margaret Bawerlay.
These records are often associated with this Alexander Jamesone (b.1636), which would seem a stretch, given the 1851 marriage would be when he was only 15 years old. 
Jamesone, Alexander (I21)
217 There is also a 30 Mar 1808, O.P.R. Marriage record (# 692/2 110 374) for these people in Leith South, Edinburgh. Scotland Family F29
218 There is an O.P.R. Death record - here - for a John Jameson who is recorded as having died 26 March 1700, in Edinburgh. It is however, difficult to know if this is the same person. Jamieson, John Paul (I1)
219 There is however, a OPR marriage record for a 31 January 1613 of an Andro Jamesone to a Agnes Drum, in Aberdeen (# 168/0A 0120 0297)

and a subsequent OPR birth record for a 14 Nov 1613 of an Andro Jamesone to this same Andro and Agnes (Drum) Jameson, also in Aberdeen City (# 168/0A 0020 0192).

Both suggesting that perhaps this Andro Jmesone did live to maturity. 
Jamesone, Andrew (I19)
220 There is some confusion about the birth and baptism of this Christian Pringle. There are two different O.P.R. for these events. One in June (27th) of 1812 in Chrichton, the other in May (22nd) and June (6th or 27th) of 1813 in Liberton. Pringle, Christian (I88)
221 This George Jamesone is almost always said to be the son of Andrew and Marjory (Anderson) Jameson. although there is rarely any supporting proof or source for this pairing. George is surprisingly without any O.P.R. Birth record, even though his assumed siblings do. There are several other Jamesone families in St, Nichols, Aberdeen at that time, having children, they too all seem to have O.P.R. birth records.

There is however, definitive proof of George as the second son of Andro in the way of specific references to 1607 documents from the Sasines Books of the Byrgh of Aberdeen, stating the connection in no uncertain terms (#s 4 & 5 on page 188). These references can be found in the appendix section (pages 187-193) of George Jamesone-The Scottish Vandyck, written by John Bulloch and published in 1885. 
Jamesone, George (I1)
222 This John Jameson was married to a :Janet.: but her exact surname is not known. Some say it is "Keen although that name is more often thought to be the surname of his son "John's" second wife "Janet." Others say this John's wife's surname was "Gilmour." Jameson, James (I3)
223 This marriage is questionable, as there are anomalies. Specifically this Eliza Wilson goes on to marry again, listed as a widow. Family F16
224 This may be the David Jamesone, ancestor of John 'Whiskey' Jamesone Jamesone, David (I6)
225 Thomas Jameson was a wealthy shipowner, merchant and burgess of the city of Edinburgh JAMESON, Thomas (I81)
226 Thomas was living in Harbridge and Mary was living in near by Ibsley, both Hampshire, England, at the time they were married. Family F2
227 Thomas went to Leith and was apprenticed to the soap business. He went into partnership in the soap-boiling business with the Paton family and the firm was listed as Jamieson and Patten, soap and candle makers, in the directory for 1778-1779. However most of the Patons had sold out to him and his brother-in-law, Andrew Paton in 1782. This partnership was dissolved by mutual consent in 1796.


Robert Jameson and Shetland: A Family History, Jessie M. Sweet. 
JAMESON, Thomas (I69)
228 Town Church Family F229
229 Tragically died suddenly together with her husband in 1941 in India Garnett, Beryl Cecily Mary (I696)
230 Tragically suddenly died together with his wife in 1941 in India Jameson, Lieutenant Colonel Alastair Durnford Murray (I692)
231 Twnin to Isobel Jameson, Ethel Mabel Theodora (I690)
232 Twnin to Mabel Jameson, Theodora Isobel (I691)
233 unmarried Jameson, George (I179)
234 Unmarried, and looked after the household after her mother's death in 1794. JAMESON, Catherine (I71)
235 Unmarried, Professor of Natural History in the University of Edinburgh 1804-1854. JAMESON, Professor Robert (I92)
236 Was a civilian passenger on board the R.M.S. Leinster which was sunk by torpedoes in the Irish Sea, 17 miles east of Dublin, shortfall before 10 AM on the morning of October 19, 1918, on its outbound journey of 100km (68 miles) from Kingstown (now Dun Laoghaire), Dublin, to Holyhead, Anglesey, North Wales Jameson, Helen Maud (I243)
237 Was a director of the Bank of Ireland. Jameson, James (I19)
238 Was appointed to the Bengal medical service in 1838 and upon arrival at Calcutta was temporarily installed as curator of the museum of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. After serving at Cawnpore, in 1842 he became Superintendent of the Botanic Gardens at Saharunpur, India, specialized in the cultivation of tea. He is largely credited with the development of Indian tea planting. He retired in December 1875 and returned to Scotland. Jameson, William (I114)
239 Was washed overboard, body never recovered. Jameson, Arthur George (I547)
240 Went to sea. JAMESON, Thomas (I111)
241 Went to sea. JAMESON, Graham (I117)
242 When she died, she had bequeathed her entire fortune to her housekeeper, who returned back to Ireland. Jameson, Nora Sydney O'Brien (I619)
243 While living in Assam, Kenya, he would sometimes accompany (as expedition doctor) his friend George A. Nevill, who was with the police as political officer and would often made excursions into the Himalayas on punitive or other reasons. It is thought that one of these expeditions reached Lhasa.

"On the friendly expeditions, a wind up gramaphone with trumpet was carried. Frightened villagers would hide when the caravan arrived in town. The gramaphone would be placed in the village center and a record played. Curiosity would then bring out the villagers and my dad would treat people who looked as if they needed it. Unfortunately, although I have a box of photographs my dad rarely bothered to write dates or places on the back." - Rupert Jameson. 
Jameson, Dr. Ernest Tooke (I549)
244 Will Jameson gives permission for John W. Miller to marry his daughter "Julian" Jameson 13 Nov 1826 in Barren Co., KY; Julia's bro Desting and bro in law Pouncy Nuckols both witnessed Family F70
245 William Jameson acquired the Marrowbone Lane distillery, in Dublin, Ireland, from John Stein, in the early 1800s about the same time his brother John was at the Bow Street distillery, also in Dublin. Brother James became involved with the business and by 1820 it was known as the William and James Jameson Whiskey Company, By about 1825, presumably after the death of William, it was fully owned by James Jameson. Eventually, by the end of that century, the William and John Jameson Whiskey companies were merged and became known as the John Jameson and Sons Whiskey Company. Jameson, William (I17)
246 William, Elizabeth and the children, lived at their estate on the road to Drumcondra, in Hollybank, just north of Dublin until about the mid 1860s when they moved to Biarritz France, where he was a Chaplin at the Anglican Church. They returned to Ireland in the 1870s, where they lived in the Milltown area of south Dublin, where William was appointed Rector of St. Philip's Church, Then later in nearby Roebuck Grove. Family F41
247 Wine merchant in South Leith. "Robert and John Jamieson's Brothers" Jameson, John (I433)
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jameson, Rupert Nigel Mayne (I571)
249 Wrote under the name "Storm Jameson" Jameson, Margaret Ethel (I1)
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jameson, Ian Lloyd (I702)

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