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North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

Groom: Samuel Jamison
Bride: Elizabeth Brown
Bond Date: 23 Dec 1795
Bond #: 000008596
County: Cabarrus
Bondsman: Samuel X Brown
Witness: John Simianer

Groom: John Andrew
Bride: Elizabeth Jamison
Bond Date: 19 Jan 1803
Bond #: 000006748
County: Cabarrus
Bondsman: Adam Jamison
Witness: Jno. Carrigan
Groom: Samuel Brown
Bride: Nancy Jamison
Bond Date: 26 Jan 1809
Bond #: 000007264
County: Cabarrus
Bondsman: James Jamison
Witness: Rd. Brandon
 

Book - Families of Cabarrus County, North Carolina


Book - The Jamesons In America by E.O. Jameson

The Supplement to the book The Jamesons In America by E.O. Jameson, published in 1901 contains a genealogy of a Jamison family that may or may not prove to be the ancestors of our John Jamison.  What intrigued me about this Jamison family is that Samuel Jamison married a Catharine Cowden (see page 500 below).  I find it interesting that John Jamison named one of his sons John Cowden.  Another similarity comes with the statement that the John Jamison of the book "removed, 1792, to South Carolina" (see page 501).  The author, E.O. Jameson, claims though that this John Jamison had only one child, a William Caldwell Jamison (see page 504).  Of course, this doesn't exclude the possibility that E.O. did not know who all the children were. 

Also interesting are the siblings of the book John Jamison.  His brothers were named James, Adam, Samuel, William, and Joseph.  These are the same names that pop up repeatedly in our Jamison genealogy. 

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