|Alex Senkevitch (#47340864)|
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I have a Martha Jamison in my family tree - she is married to Thomas Barber - they lived in Apollo, Armstrong County. Their son and daughter-in-law, John and Rachel Barber, are buried in the Poke Run Church cemetery. Her ancestry is Irish - her father was Francis Jamison. Is this the same family as yours? If it is, I'd love to share some research with you.
|E&GRay||Robert Jamison the younger|
I have also seen conflicting info on Robert's death. Alot of times they don't even put that info on the headstone for the vets. Since you have so much of his info and you have his parents, I am going to transfer his memorial to you.
Added by E&GRay on Mar 13, 2011 6:55 AM
|E&GRay||Elizabeth Barber Jamison|
Hope all is well with you. I see you continue to be active on our Jamison family. I didn't realize that you so connected. It was your mother's maiden name, n'cest pas?!
Hey, I noticed that you put Elizabeth Jamison's maiden name in the comments. You can actually add that to the name field. Then it will show up on searches if any one wants to find her that way. Just go to edit.
Added by E&GRay on Mar 06, 2011 9:30 PM
|Lloyd Donahoo||RE: Thomas J. Donahoo|
send me your e-mail address and we can visit about the family of Thomas Donahoo. A public message should not be used for going over a whole line of genealogy.
That additional information on the Halls is most helpful. If you are willing, please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can open up a an e-mail conversation - I have a lot of information on a different Hall line which may help you separate them from your Halls.
Added by Floyd on Dec 27, 2010 1:03 PM
|Floyd||Jane Jamison Hall|
I added the maiden name to Jane. Do you by any chance know the ancestry of her husband James Hall (or anything about any children James and Jane may have had)?
Added by Floyd on Dec 27, 2010 11:49 AM
|Ken Rainey||John Jamison|
We were the ones that looked in Oakland Cemetery in Deckers Point Pa. and had no luck finding the monument. I discovered that there is a John Jamison interred in Oakland Cemetery in Indiana Pa. His birth date was 4/6/1822 and he died on 12/10/1908. If this is the right name, let me know and I will try to get a photo.