|Death: ||Dec. 17, 1799|
Lived in Lincoln County, Georgia, and served as a soldier in the American Revolution. General Washington was once entertained at his home. This Revolutionary soldier was the father of William Jemison, who eventually moved to Alabama, and near Tuscaloosa built a beautiful home on one of his plantations.
Soiurce: History of Alabama & Her People, author & editor Albert Burton Moore, 1927.
Robert was born in Pennsylvania and Margrett was born in Rockbridge County VA.--- they married in 1774 or 1775 and moved to Georgia-both are buried on a farm in the fork where the Turtle and Little River runs into the Savannah, twenty five miles above Augusta, Georgia in Lincoln County.
Margaret Kirkham Jemison (1755 - 1831)*
William Jemison (1778 - 1829)*
Samuel Jemison (1783 - 1853)*
Elizabeth Jemison Kirkham (1786 - 1820)*
Robert Jemison (1788 - 1870)*
Artimisa Jemison Wheat (1791 - 1859)*
Thomas Jemison (1797 - 1803)*
Jemison Family Cemetery
Created by: Mark Schmidt
Record added: Dec 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62658782