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51 Buried within the family Vault of his friend Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Wells. Jameson, Robert Sympson (I1)
 
52 Buried without monument Jamesone, George (I1)
 
53 Burried in Morrison Cemetery - Hensel, Lancaster Co., PA. Gravestone shows birth as 1725 and death as August 1773 Jamison, Samuel (I28)
 
54 Christening dates are given as 7 and 9, of August 1789. Jameson, Thomas (I11)
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jamison, Chuck (I202)
 
56 Cranley Gardens St Peter, Family F86
 
57 Date derived based on a ship's record of New York Passenger lists, 1820-1957, showing Green B. Jameson, lawyer, departed Vera Cruz, Mexico, on the ship Congress, arriving at the port of New York on 23 Jan 1832. It gives his age as 26 years, 3 months, which would make his birth about October 1805. Jameson, Green Berry (I230)
 
58 Date of birth calculated from 1881 census and 1894 death records.  Jameson, Elizabeth Sophia (I164)
 
59 daughter of Dr. Tobin of Dublin Tobin, Shelia (I486)
 
60 Death may have been 12 Nov 1813 and this 23 Nov 1813 the burial date Jameson, William (I10)
 
61 died at his residence - 55 Prussia Street, Dublin, Ireland Jameson, John (I15)
 
62 died at his residence on Marion Square, Dublin, Ireland Jameson, William (I17)
 
63 died at residence of Andrew McIlwath [McIlwrath?] Unknown, Rebecca (I5)
 
64 Died from over-exertion in wrestling. Jameson, Adam (I7)
 
65 died of Scarlet Fever Woolsey, Robert Jameson (I142)
 
66 Died unmarried Jameson, Robert Trimelston (I602)
 
67 Died unmarried and apparently without children. Jameson, Robert (I14)
 
68 Elizabeth, wife of William Jameson, is often listed as having died 22 November 1870, in Dublin. This is not true and no record of death in Dublin, for any Elizabeth Jameson can be found for that date. Furthermore, her 1897 death and 1898 Probate are clear and verifiable with official records. In addition, her husband William Jameson estate was granted (according to his probate record), "to Elizabeth Jameson of Roebuck Grove Widow of the sole Executrix" suggesting she was very much alive at the time of her husbands probate in February of 1887. (Roebuck Grove, is in Milltown, Dublin. Millltown is where Rev. Wm and Elizabeth Jameson were known to be living around this time and where Rev. Jameson officiated at severel of his grandchildren's baptisms.),  Guinness, Elizabeth (I186)
 
69 Ethel Durand 5th daughter of Major-General Sir Henry Marion Durand, KCSI, CB, RE, Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab State, India (1870 -71); and half-sister to Sir Edward Law Durand, 1st Bart., CB; Lieutenant-Colonel Bengal Staff Corps, (96th Regiment); Assistant Commissioner Afghan Boundary Commission 1884-86, Resident in Nepal 1881-91; she was b. Simla, Simla Hills District, Punjab 21st May 1864 and m. 2ndly 16th July 1901 Count Robert de Villamarina (d.1910) 2nd son of Marquis Emanuel Villamarina). Durand, Ethel (I425)
 
70 Family legend is that Henry was nine years old when he suddenly disappeared and he was never seen again. It was presumed that he had died, but no-one knows where, how or why? Jameson, Henry (I28)
 
71 Father is thought to also have been a "Thomas Jameson" Jameson, Thomas (I3)
 
72 Foreame may have been "Elizabeth" Jamesone, Elspaitt (I5)
 
73 Forename sometimes spelled "Jeonett" or "Jonat" - Surname sometimes spelled "Kerr" Ker, Jonet (I818)
 
74 Forename spelled "Dauid" on the original O.P.R. of births Jamesone, David (I6)
 
75 Forename spelled "Sibila" on her birth record Leckie, Sibella (I77)
 
76 Given name sometimes spelled "Katherine" or "Katharin" or "Catherine"
Surname sometimes spelled "Patton" 
PATON, Katherine (I70)
 
77 Grave stone lists name as James Pringle Jameson. Jameson, John Julius Pringle (I6)
 
78 He lived at Caryfield House, Dundrum, County Dublin, Ireland. Jameson, Robert William (I190)
 
79 He shared the 1909 Nobel Prize in Physics with Karl Ferdinand Braun, "in recognition of their contributions to the development of wireless telegraphy." Later in life, Marconi was an active Italian Fascist[4] and an apologist for their ideology (such as the attack by Italian forces in Ethiopia) Marconi, Guglielmo Giovanni Maria (I71)
 
80 Her forename can be otherwise found spelled as "Marjpory" and "Miore." Anderson, Mariore (I4)
 
81 http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/jamison-thomas-2269 Jamison, Dr. Thomas (I4)
 
82 http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/biogs/A020011b.htm. Jamison, Sir John (I6)
 
83 http://alchetron.com/Alexander-Jamieson-1110894-W Jamieson, Alexander (I1)
 
84 http://astrogeo.oxfordjournals.org/content/54/1/1.22.full Jamieson, Alexander (I1)
 
85 http://cornwallartists.org/cornwall-artists/middleton-alexander-jameson JAMESON, Middleton Alexander (I9)
 
86 http://theinquisition.eu/wordpress/2011/history/jameson-cannibalism/ Jameson, James Sligo (I199)
 
87 http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/15617892/person/289896103 Jameson, William (I20)
 
88 http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7519102/person/-315957732 Jameson, John (I1)
 
89 http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7519102/person/-315965970 Jameson, James (I3)
 
90 http://www.ianridpath.com/atlases/jamieson.htm Jamieson, Alexander (I1)
 
91 http://www.interment.net/data/aus/nsw/sydneymetropolitan/sirjohn/sir_john.htm Jamison, Sir John (I6)
 
92 http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=76379.0 Family F2
 
93 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Jamieson Jamieson, Alexander (I1)
 
94 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XTL2-XL4 Family F268
 
95 https://familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=20&query=%2Bbirth_place%3AScotland~%20%2Bbirth_year%3A1720-1750~%20%2Bfather_givenname%3AJohn~%20%2Bfather_surname%3AS*%20%2Bmother_givenname%3AMarg~%20%2Bmother_surname%3ACald* Family F15
 
96 In 1891, George Jameson bought the house at number 18 Parnell Square North, Dublin, and in 1893 had it completely redone, using the noted architect Alfred Darbyshire. It has since become the "Writers Museum of Dublin." Jameson, George (I179)
 
97 Information is also from "A History of the Aberdeen Incorporated Trades by Ebenezer Bain. Page 59in the book and page 80 in the pdf file. William and Andrew (Androa) are also mentioned briefly invarious parts of this book. Jamesone, Andro (I2)
 
98 Information is also from "A History of the Aberdeen Incorporated Trades by Ebenezer Bain. Page 59in the book and page 80 in the pdf file. William and Andrew (Androa) are also mentioned briefly invarious parts of this book. Jamesoune, William (I15)
 
99 Inherited Dardistown Castle, County Meath, Ireland from his cousin Henry Ralph Osborne. Auction of goods 2009 Cordy's Auction House. Jameson, Patrick Geraint DFC, DSO, DFC (I517)
 
100 Is his wife Elizabeth Pringle the Elizabeth sometime listed as his sister? Pringle, Elizabeth (I58)
 

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