(Most of the following information was written by John Jameson -- grandson of Madison -- about 1967)
From The People's Journal, Pickens, South Carolina 1894-1903
Historical and Genealogical Abstracts
Compiled by Peggy Burton Rich and Marion Ard Whitehurst, Heritage Books, Inc.
page 9 James Jameson died at his residence near Maynard, SC the 19 (Feb). He leaves two children, J. B. Jameson and Mrs. A. E. Davis.
There are references to "Magistrate J.M. Jamison" and "Magistrate J. M. Jameson" in this book. Must be same person. There is also mention of a Constable Jameson.
page 186 Pension Roll 1899, Pickens Co., SC Class B $17.60 listing a J. J. Jamerson.
page 261 Estate of Cornelius Keith 353 acres in Pumpkintown Township to be sold (tax execution).
"Mr. H. E. Couch of Texas died. This has to be before 9 Jan 1902 as the
next "issue of" is this date. I don't
page 165 Issue of Thurs
2 Dec 1897 F. M. Couch "the butcher" will move in the Talley house in the
eastern part of
page 81 Issue of 9 Jan 1896 W.W. Orr of Texas is visiting this county.
Page 103 Issue of Thurs 18 Jun 1896: Pickens Co., SC Citation Notice - W.W. Orr applies for Letters of Administration for the estate of Mrs. S.A.R. Orr, deceased.
Page 163 Issue of Thurs
11 Nov 1897 Pickens Co., SC Final settlement - Estate of Mrs. S.A.R. Orr,
deceased by W.W.
From: "Pickens County South Carolina Cemetery Survey" Vol I.
The Jameson Cemetery was surveyed on June 23, 1977.
*Another page from this same book - but does not say what cemetery
**St. Jeans Cemetery
Obituary from Pickens Sentinel, issue of 15 April 1915:
"Died- Mrs. Amanda
Jameson McAdams died Sunday, April 11, at the home of her son, Tom O. Jameson,
near Easley, and was buried in the Jameson burying ground. She was in her
80th year. Her maiden name was Amanda Orr and she was twice married. Her
first husband was Carroll Jameson and two sons survive by this marriage,
Tom O. of this county and John C. of the West. Her second husband was Mr.
McAdams and by him two sons survive, George McAdams of Texas and Mason
B. McAdams of Oklahoma."
Contributed by Barbara