Person:Thomas Jameson (1)

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Thomas Jameson
m. 1740
  1. Thomas JamesonABT 1741 -
  2. Sarah Jameson1743 -
  3. Isabel JamesonABT 1744 -
  4. Mary Jameson1745/46 - 1827
  5. Elizabeth JamesonABT 1747 -
  6. Robert JamesonBef 1749 -
  7. Jean Jameson1748 - 1816
  8. William JamesonABT 1749 -
  9. Agnes Nancy Jameson1750 -
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Name Thomas Jameson
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1741 Augusta County, Virginia

  19th March, 1776--Samuel Vance, administrators of Benj. Vance; 

Benjamin Harrison, administrator of Mark Bannister; Charles Cameron, administrator of George Cameron; John Miller, administrator of Francis Miller; Jacob Conrad, c. t. a., administrator of Jacob Conrad; Joseph Haines, administrator of Wm. Church; Thomas Jameson, administrator of John Jameson.

Possibly this Thomas Jameson (more research necessary):

Family Links Spouses/Children:: Rachel McColloch

Mary Jameson Isabel Jameson _____ Jameson Sarah Jameson

Thomas Jameson 1 2 Born: Nov 7, 1737, Wood's Gap (Now Jarman's Gap), Albemarle Co., Virginia 1 Marriage: Rachel McColloch Apr 10, 1788, Albemarle Co., Virginia 1 Died: Sep 6, 1823, Washington Co., Virginia, at age 85 1

Scott Jameson:

On December 18, 1804, Thomas Jameson of Washington co., VA., and wife, Rachel, to George M. Coiner, 210 acres, south side of South River, patented to John Patrick, September 19, 1793[4]. *(25) Another record shows that Thomas and Rachel Jamison sold September 16, 1793 to Mather Rhodes, 40 acres in Albemarle county, originally part of 370 acres patented to Nathan Woods on June 25, 1747, at Mechum's River and the Louisa county line[11]. A record states that Thomas Jameson removed from Augusta co., VA., to the North Fork of the Holston(Tennessee) River, whose wife was named Rachel McColloch. Her brother was John McColloch and her sister was Isabel[5]. Mr. Jamison was a sergeant in the Virginia militia[7] and fought during the Revolutionary War. Rachel's father was Lt. Thomas McColloch, born 1735 in Albemarle co., VA. and died October 12, 1780 in Rutherford co., NC. His wife, Isabella Patrick was born about 1733 and was still living after 1780 in NC.

Mr. Jamison's will was dated December 10, 1823 in Washington co., VA. He names wife Rachel; grandsons-Thomas D. Davis; Willian Hayton, and Thomas Hayton; grand daughter Patsey Davis and Rachel Davis; daughters-Isabel Perry and Sally Davis; and one orphan child Polly Riddle[8].

References: 1] Virginia Marriages, 1700-1799, V.1, p7; 2] Marriages of Albemarle County and Charlottsville, VA., 1781-1929, William L. Norford, ps.104; 3] Washington Co., VA. Marriage Register, 1782-1820, p.26; 4] Augusta co., VA.(deeds), bk33,p33; 5] Augusta co., VA(Order Court), NS.63; 6] 1810 VA Census, Washington co., 00110-01101-02; 7] DAR, Patriotic Index, v.1,p365; 8] Washington co., VA(wills), bk.6,p360; bk.7,p330(inventory & estate); 9] 1820 VA Census; 10] Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlements in Virginia, Lyman Chalkley, v.2,p389; 11] Albemarle co., VA.(deeds), bk.1,p.38; 12] Bible Records of Margaret Craig Jamison;

Footnotes: (25) Also in this area was a Robert and Sarah Jameson (see Index 40900). 1