re: South Carolina Archives. Series: S165015. Date: 2/1/1789 Estate Dispositions. 8 pages, Petition and supporting papers - MCDOWELL, Agnes, Atty. on behalf of DAVISON Archibald and others residing in Ireland.
asking that she may dispose of William Stitt’s property and clear up his financial dealings in America.
Names indexed: McDOWELL, Agnes & James STITT, Agnes, James & William JAMESON, Agnes Stitt & William DAVISON, Archibald & Margaret ADAIR, Robert and Sarah; MAXWELL, Dorothy and George MCCORMICK, Jane and William WILSON, Adam, Agnes & James .......................................... Archibald Davison & his wife Margaret were of Newry, Ireland.
America - Book R-3. pp.420-426.4 & 5 September 1770 Agnes Stitt of the Parish of Annahill, co of Antrim, Ireland, sister and devisee of William Jamieson, planter of Craven County, South Carolina, America, by her attorneys, John Torrens & John Poaug, merchants of Charleston, South Carolina, to her son, William Stitt of Craven co, South Carolina...etc
20 June 1764, John Poaug and John Torrans sold 35 acres to William Jamieson.
Were this Jamieson / Stitt family related to Robert & Sarah Adair of South Carolina, who may have been from Ireland, or to George and Dorothy Maxwell ?