Jameson Family Genealogy Forum
The Jamison Family
"James Jamison, the son of Alexander Jamison, was born in 1650 in Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to Galway, Ireland and came to
America with his two sons, Robert and John, in 1700. They settled near York, Pennsylvania.
John was born in 1680. There is no information available on Robert.
Thomas Jamison, son of John, was born November 7, 1732. He was a farmer and served in the Militia under General Washington. He
fought through the campaign of July 5, 1755 which resulted in Braddock's defeat. He settled in Georgia after marrying Jane Dickey in
1756. She died in 1763. He later moved with his four children to Virginia, living near Charlottesville at a place called Jamison's Mountain.
He also lived on Pigg River in Franklin County. He died April 6, 1830."
I also have this from:
Franklin County Families
"Thomas Jamison, born 7 November, 1732, son of John Jamison.
1761: Albermarle County
1762: moved to Georgia
1760's: returned to Albermarle County
Moved to present Franklin County (then Henry), before 1776; settled on Snow Creek
Moved to Indiana
Died in Jefferson County, Indiana, 6 April 1830
married firstly, in 1756 Jane Dickey, of Loudoun County, Va., born 1740/41 she died in Georgia in 1763."
My son descends from his daughter Martha, who married Lewis Marshall. Here is some info on that family You will notice that Martha
Jamison Marshall has a birth date of 1767 on her tombstone, but she was supposed to have been the daughter of Jane Dickey Jamison,
who died in 1763:
Marshall Family Data
Logan County, Kentucky Marriages, 1790-1865
Foulks, Joseph to Sally Marshall, September 25, 1816
Abstracts of Wills & Settlements, Logan County, Ky. 1838-1856
Marshall, Lewis, Book G, pages 321-322
To Nancy Henry, daughter, Negro woman Mary Ann until year 1845 at which time she is to be free and all her children born after date of
will to be free; to Susan Richardson, daughter, Negro woman Sarah Ann, to be free when 25 years old along with her children, kithchen
furniture; to Cassandra Arnold, daughter, Negro woman to be free at age 25 along with her children; to Sally Foulks, daughter, same as
Cassandra's bequest. Rest of estate to be divided equally between 4 above daughters and grandson, William Henry.
Written 2 Sept 1837. Exec.: George Richardson, son-in-law, and Marmaduke B. Morton. Wit.: Samuel Arnold, Phillip Kennerly.
Signiture is indicated by mark. Date of Probate: 26 Sept 1842.
Logan Co., Ky., Cemeteries
Jarrett Cemetery - (on U.S. 431, at Epleys, Ky.)
Marshall, Lewis, 5 Sep 1766 - 20 Aug 1842
Marshall, Martha, 19 Nov 1767 - 13 Sep 1833
Foulks, Joseph, Rev., b. New Jersey, 30 Aug 1786 - 3 May 1863
Foulks, Sallie, 1 Oct 1798 - 13 Dec 1879
Marriages of Franklin County, Virginia 1786-1858 - Wingfield
Marshall, Lewis and Martha Jamison, Jan 1, 1798. Sur. Wm. Jamison
Henry County, Virginia Will Abstracts, Vol. 1 & 2, 1777-1820
II:168 - Samuel Marshall - 30 Sept 1809 - Pr 14 May 1810
To my wife Cassandra Marshall, after debts are paid, personal estate to dispose of as she sees proper with the following exceptions: to
my son Benjamin Marshall, bed and furniture after my wife's decease or sooner if she wishes; to dau Nancy bay mare at decease of wife;
to grandson Benjamin Marshall my rifle gun; to my grandson Samuel Marshall my shot gun. I lend unto my wife the land and plantation
where I now live during her natural life. At her decease to be sold and divided among my children; Sally Arnold, Lewis Marshall, Dennis
Marshall, Nancy Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, Susanah Barrow, John Marshall.
Appoint son Dennis Marshall, Elisha Arnold and John King exors.
Wit: John King, Thomas Hailey, Anderson Hagwood.
The Roster of Texas Daughters Revolutionary Ancestors - DAR - 1976
Marshall, Samuel, born 1745, Henry (Westmoreland, Mecklenburg) County, Va., died 1809, Henry County, Va., married 1762 (1763)
(before 1765, 1768), Cassandra Alfriend, born 1745-8, Henrico County, Va. (Maryland), will probated, January 9, 1820, Henry
Service: Private. Captain in Artillery, Va. Militia. Mecklenburg County Order Bk., pp. 374, 389. Rev. War Rec's. Mecklenburg County,
Va., by Elliot.
Children: 1. Sally, born 1764, married Elisha Arnold.
2. Lewis, born September 5, 1766, married Martha Jamison, moved to Mo.
3. Dennis, born 1768, married August 27, 1792, Frances (Frankey) Harper.
4. Nancy, born 1773, died unmarried.
5. Benjamin, married Sally Dugger.
6. Susannah (Susan), born 1777, married May 2, 1801, William Barrow
7. John, died unmarried.
Members: Minnie Bowlin DuBose, No. 490694.
Kathleen Grayson Johnson No. 579426.
Geneva Ashby Jones, No. 324432.
Vera Jo Rogers Bybee, No. 517742.
Pioneer Families of Franklin County, Virginia - Marshall Wingfield
p. 148. - Samuel Marshall married Cassandra Alfriend and settled on the headwaters of Leatherwood Creek. Issue: (1)
Dennis, (2) Lewis, (3) John, (4) Ben, (5) Susan, (6) Sally, and (7) Nancy. They spent the remainder of their lives here
and were buried nearby on the Wasley Griggs placewest of Dyer's Store.
(1) Dennis Marshall was born in 1768, and died in 1843. He married Frances Harper and had issue: Samuel, Benjamin,
Alfriend, Lewis, Dennis, Polly, Sally, Frances, Cassandra, Nancy and Patsy.
(2) Lewis moved to Kentucky.
(3) John operated a store and a tobacco factory at Shady Grove in Franklin. He had as partner his brother, Ben.
(4) Ben married Sally Dugger, and died without issue.
(5) Susan married William Barrow.
(6) Sally married Elisha Arnold, and had issue: Samuel, John James, Elisha, Franklin, Nancy, Cynthia, and Lucy.
Early Settlers - Mecklenburg County, Virginia - Elliot
Marshall, John - Will Book 2, Page 132.
Names: Wife - not named and evidently deceased.
Children - Samuel Marshall, James Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, Lucy Malone, Ann Nance, wife of Robert Nance.
Grandson - Jesse Carter
Granddaughter - Catherine Carter
Granddaughters - Mary Ingram and Betsy Hooper
Granddaughter - Judith Nance
Specific bequests to each of those named.
Executors: Sons Samuel and James Marshall
Witnesses: John Arnold, William Pegram and Elisha Arnold
Will dated July 17, 1782. Recorded Nov. 14, 1785.