Another marriage has come to light: on March 31, 1772, Andrew Macomson married Ann McClees (this is in the PA Archives, Marriages before 1790).To help keep all this straight, here is a summary of the information in my recent messages:
1757, May 12. McEmson, George, and Deborah Yocum. (Old Swedes Church)
1772, March 31. Macomson, Andrew and Ann McClees (PA Archives, Marriages before 1790)
1779, July 29. McEmson, _________ and Elizabeth Gleave (reported Darby Meeting)
1780, Aug. 24. Makenison, Sarah, and Jacob Netsel.(Old Swedes Church)
1791, March 30. Makamson, James, and Catharine Bare.(Old Swedes Church)
1792, Jan. 5. Makamson, Deborah, and John Ware.(Old Swedes Church)
1794, Mar. 27. Mackamson, Jane and James Kelly.
1797, Nov. 24. MacKimson, Ann and Philip Morris.(Old Swedes Church)
OTHER POSSIBLY RELATED MARRIAGES:
1755, Sept. 3. Macham, Andrew and Margaret Donalson (Old Swedes Church)
1755, April 22. Mackesin, Anna Marie and Peter Zimmerman (Augustus Evangelical Lutheran Church, Trappe, PA)
1761, Feb. 21. Mackson (Meakson), Jane and Adam Guier (Guir, Guyer, Geyer).Witness Matthew Mackson (Meakson). (St. Michael’s and Zion Church) They live in Kingsessing; child baptized in Old Swede’s Church in 1765.
1772, Nov. 6. McClees, Everard and Rebecca Gleave (reported in Darby Meeting).In 1772 and 1779 siblings (or a sibling and a cousin) of these two people both married Makemsons, as described above.
OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION:
1744, Oct. 12. Mackamson, Andrew.Land warrant, Chester County.
1790 Census.Macamson, George.In Kingsessing, a section of Philadelphia.
1797, March 4. Mahemson (Mackenson), George.Will, probated 12/30/1807, in Kingsessing.Wife Otilly (a 2nd wife?), son James, daughters Jane, Ann, Sarah, and Mary.
1800 Census.Mackimson, George.Philadelphia, unknown township.
1800 Census.Mackimson, James.Philadelphia, unknown township.
Best wishes, Os Cresson