MARY JANE VAUGHN-married Milton E.Jameson-15-Nov-1846-all I know-hitting all dead-ends

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1860 Census

Name: Mary J Jamison
Age: 30
Birth Year: abt 1830
Gender: Female
Birth Place: Tennessee
Home in 1860: Ozark, Webster, Missouri
Post Office: Marshfield
Family Number: 461
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
M E Jamison 39
Mary J Jamison 30
Margaret E Jamison 11
Florentha E Jamison 8
Mary V Jamison 6
Joseph R Jamison 4
Thomas S Jamison 2
Benjamin C Jamison 2/12

 

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Year: 1860; Census Place: Ozark, Webster, Missouri; Roll: M653_660; Page: 768; Image: 207; Family History Library Film: 803660

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Milton E. Jameson

findagrave.com #12065899 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12065899

Birth:  Sep. 20, 1820
Knox County
Kentucky, USA
Death:  Nov. 16, 1903
Webster County
Missouri, USA
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Milton E. Jameson was the son of Benjamin Campbell & Catherine Christina (Pope) Jameson.

In a 1905 article about the Jameson family it listed some of his siblings who also resided in Webster Co., MO, (Except for Jane: 
Mary Jameson.
Evaline (Jameson) Jones. 
Ellen (Jameson) McCall. 
Thomas Pope Jameson. 
Jane Christine (Jameson) McConnell, of Hiwassen, GA. 
Eliza M. (Jameson) Price, of near Paola, KS.
Samuel Young Jameson.

During the Civil War he served first as a Private, Company C, Webster County Missouri Home Guard. Second, he served as a Private, Company B, 74th Enrolled Missouri Militia (29 JUL 1862 - 8 SEP 1862). He finally served as a Private, Company B, 24th Missouri Infantry (8 SEP 1862 - 11 APR 1863). See also the Book: The 24th Missouri Volunteer Infantry "Lyon Legion", p. 344, By J. Randall Houp. As well as the 1890 Webster Co., MO Special Census Listing for Milton E. Jameson.

He married his first wife: Mary Jane Vaughn, November 15, 1846 in Meigs Co., TN. Their children were:
Infant Daughter Jameson.
Margaret E. Jameson.
Florenthia Elizabeth "Flora" (Jameson) Gaddy Lane.
Mary Q. Jameson.
Joseph Reese Jameson.
Thomas S. Jameson.
Benjamin Campbell Jameson.
Infant Son Jameson.
Charles C. Jameson.
Kitty Eliza (Jameson) Marlin.
Alice (Jameson) Greer.

He married his second wife: Martha (Edwards) Upshaw, April 15, 1872, in Webster Co., MO. They had one daughter: GeorgiaEllen (Jameson) Haymes. 

He married his third wife was Ellen (Starnes) Jameson, September 13, 1877, in Webster Co., MO. 
 
Family links: 
 Children:
  Evaline Jameson Jones (1822 - 1889)*
  Infant Daughter Jameson (1848 - 1848)*
  Margaret Jameson (1849 - 1965)*
  Flora Elizabeth Jameson Lane (1851 - 1920)*
  Joseph R. Jameson (1856 - 1935)*
  Benjamin Campbell Jameson (1860 - 1932)*
  Infant Son Jameson (1862 - 1862)*
  Charles Jameson (1865 - 1866)*
  Alice Jameson Greer (1870 - 1922)*
  Georgia Ellen Jameson Haymes (1873 - 1957)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
MILTON E. JAMESON
Sept. 20, 1820
Nov. 16, 1903

Heneforth there is
Laid up for me a crown
of righteousness which the
Lord shall give me at
that day.
 
Note: Masonic emblem
 
Burial:
Mission Home Cemetery 
Dermott
Webster County
Missouri, USA
 
Maintained by: mokennehan
Originally Created by: Audrae Turner Mathis
Record added: Oct 15, 2005 
Find A Grave Memorial# 12065899
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