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David Jamieson (1732-1793)
David Jamieson (1732-1793)
was born in St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia, probably in 1732. He was the son of James and Margaret (Jennings) Jameson, tobacco plantation owners. He was the grandson of David and Mary Jameson, from Scotland, likely a prisoner of war, deported from England in the latter 1600s. David married Mildred Smith, daughter of Edmund and Agnes (Sclatter) Smith, about 1751, in Virginia. They had no known children. 
 
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John Bland Jameson (1864-c.1920)
John Bland Jameson (1864-c.1920)
was born October 9, 1864 in Bury, Heywood, Lancashire, England, the ninth child and youngest son of Joseph Bland and Rebecca (Dearden) Jameson, of Heywood Hall, Lancashire and Armathwaite, Cumberland. His paternal grandfather was Reverend Joseph Bland Jameson, curator at the chancellery in Bury, Heywood. The family was also involved in the booming cotton industry in the mid nineteenth century. John Bland Jameson was educated at the Rossall school as a young man and later at Edinburgh University, in Scotland. 
 
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John Jameson (1816-1872)
John Jameson (1816-1872)
was born July 17, 1816, in Dublin, Ireland, the eldest son of James and Elizabeth Sophia (Woolsey) Jameson. He was the grandson of John and Margaret (Haig) Jameson of Scotland. John married Isabell Ann Jones in January of 1845. She was the daughter of Harry David and Charlotte (Hornsby) Jones, of England. 
 
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John Jamieson (1793-aft 1865)
John Jamieson (1793-aft 1865)
was born in 1793, in Port Glasgow, Renfrew, Scotland, the son of Michael and Barbra (Harvey/Harvie) Jamieson. He was the grandson of Robert and Euphemia (Walker) Jamieson. John never married, nor did he have children. 
 
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Michael James Jameson (1837-1882)
Michael James Jameson (1837-1882)
was born July 2, 1837 in the Parish of Barony, in Glasgow, Lankarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of James and Janet (Jarvie) Jamieson, merchant of Glasgow, Scotland. He was the grandson of Michael and Barbara (Harvey [Harvie]) Jamieson Cooper of Port Glasgow. Michael married Sophia Mary Briggs in April 28, 1864. in Edinburgh, Scotland. She was born March 27, 1843, in Paris, France, the daughter of David and Sophia Maria Briggs. 
 
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Robert Henry Victor Jamieson (1938-2016)
Robert Henry Victor Jamieson (1938-2016)
was born March 3, 1938 in Tottenham, London, Middlesex, England, the first child and eldest son of Joseph Edward and Florence Emily May (Seabrook) Jamieson of Edmonton, London, England. Robert is from a family of Jamiesons with their roots in the Darlington area of Durham County England, dating back at least to the mid 1700s. Robert Jamieson married Jocelyn Brenda Wilson in 1960. She was the daughter or Arthur and Lillian Collins, and was born during the Blitz in London. 
 
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Robert Jarvie Jamieson (1844-1924)
Robert Jarvie Jamieson (1844-1924)
was born September 15, 1844 in the Parish of Barony, in Glasgow, Lankarkshire, Scotland. He was the son of James and Jane (Jarvie) Jamieson, merchant of Glasgow, Scotland. He was the grandson of Michael and Barbara (Harvey [Harvie]) Jamieson, cooper of Port Glasgow. Robert married Elizabeth Richardson on April 28, 1869. Abbey Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland. She was born September 22, 1848, in Barony, Lanark, Scotland, the daughter of Thomas and Marianne (Young) Richardson. 
 
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Sir Andrew Jameson McCulloch (1876-1960)
Sir Andrew Jameson McCulloch (1876-1960)
was born in St. George's District, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 14,1876. He died in Castle Douglas, Scotland, April 19, 1960, KBE, 1937; CB 1934; DSO 1918; DCM 1901; DL; late HLI, 7th Dragoon Guards, and 14th Hussars.[1] He was the 13th Lord Ardwall, inheriting the title from his mother's side of the family, and starting in 1892, was the first of this Jameson family to assume the surname McCulloch, thereby fulfilling the obligations of peerage.[2]