#24 Elizabeth Jameson b. c. 1793 d. 9/4/1858 m. 9/1816 Montgomery Co., Virginia--Llyod Thompson b. 1790 Va. d. 2/6/1858 Montgomery Co., Virginia
#28 Sanford JAMESONm.10/16/1828-- Martha Ann SALLEE
#10 Lt. James JAMESON b. c. 1741 Orange Co., Virginia d. 8/14/1827 Ky m. 1768-1769 Culpeper Co., Virginia-- Lucy Ball HACKLEY b. 1746-1747 Culpeper d. 1/8/1826 Montgomery Co., Ky, do John HACKLEY d. 10/1768 m. 1734 Judith BALL 1718-1772
Mr. Jameson was a Lieutenant during the American Revolution. He was among the men who "...marched to demand satisfaction of Lord Dunmore May 2, 1775."
JAMESON, James Jameson, of Virginia, married LUCY HACKNEY(sic), by whom he had John, James, Thomas, David, William, Zachariah, Judith, Margaret and Nancy. Mr. Jameson removed to KY in 1789. His eldest son, John, married JALEE REEDS, of VA., by whom he had James, Samuel, Thomas, John, Isaac N., Sarah, Lucy, Judith, Elizabeth and Amanda.. mr. Jameson settled in Callaway Co., MO. in 1824. His son, James, lived and died in KY. Samuel married MALINDA HARRIS, and settled in Callaway co., where they had Tira H., James, Samuel, Sally A., Jalee, Minerva, Susan and Mary. Thomas jameson was married first to MARGARET V. MARTIN, and second to the widow of PHILIP GEORGE, whose maiden name was C. A. SALLEE. Col. John Jameson was born March 6, 1802. He possessed a superior order of mind, was an able speaker and reasoner, and was twice elected to congress from his district. He wielded a large influence in that body, and ably represented his constituents. He died Jan 24. 1857. He married SUSAN HARRIS, and they had John H., Elizabeth, Sallie T., and Malinda R. Isaac N. Jameson married MISS A. P. SMITH, and died 28 days after. Sarah married JOHN LITTON. Lucy married NICHOLAS HARPER, and they had John, Albert, Thomas J., Sarah, Louisa, Elizabeth and Judith. Judith Jameson married CHARLES YESTER, and they had John, Joseph and Sarah. Elizabeth married HENRY WRIGHT, and they had Jameson and Jalee. All of the above settled in Callaway and Audrain counties.