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Re: [Bann Valley] Looking for Info on Jamieson's of North Gower Ontario

I have connections to Jamiesons of the Moneydig/ Garvagh area through two
or three marriages but I have no likely DNA connection. I do however keep
an eye on them, they are an interesting family, with a very long history in
that area. One of my Torrens relatives (,not sure what relation) married  a
Margaret Jamieson daughter of Jonathan Jameson of Movanagher and their son
Jonathan Torrens married another Margaret Jameson, presumably his cousin
 I am in touch with descendants of that marriage but I don't know if they
have taken DNA tests.
I am also connected to Jamiesons through Jane Jamieson of Brookfield
Garvagh who was first wife of my several times great grandfather John Toye
of the Quarter, Cullyrammer who died in 1876. There were children of the
first marriage to Jane, several emigrated to Rhode Island. As did at least
one of the second family. There were Toyes, incidentally, who emigrated to
Canada.they went to Toye's Hill, Dundas county, Ontario

Mullin's book on Aghadowey mentions a proto industrialist in the area,
Robert Jameson of Brookfield who had a bleach green.
Do you get John Jameson's Jam*son newsletter? I can put you in touch if you

I am sure I have been in touch with at least one other Jameson descendant.
I'll check ancient emails and will reply again
Linde Lunney

On 11 Nov 2017 06:15, "J. Ronald Eastman" <REastman@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello BannValley List Members:
> Allow me to introduce myself. I believe that I am descended from the
> Jamieson family of the Garvaugh, Moneydig, Culleyrammer, Kilrea area of
> Northern Ireland. My name is Ron Eastman. My grandfather (Ernest Roy
> Eastman, 1874-1957) was born out of wedlock in Kars, North Gower Township,
> Carleton County, Ontario, Canada. He was given the surname of his mother,
> Jane Ermina Eastman (1849-1910). A few years after he was born, she married
> John G. Jamieson of Wellington Village (as Kars was called then). From DNA
> testing I've come to the tentative conclusion that John G. Jamieson is in
> fact my great grandfather - i.e., that my grandfather's father eventually
> married my grandfather's mother - a great love story!
> So, now the Bann Valley. Assuming I'm really a Jamieson, I can trace them
> back to a John Jamieson (1757-1839) and Matilde Hill (dates unknown) that
> first came to Ontario from somewhere in the Garvaugh, Moneydig,
> Culleyrammer, Kilrea area. Does anyone have any information about them? My
> Y-DNA test (ok ... I've had just about every DNA test possible) suggests I
> am Scots-Irish with origins somewhere in (southwest?) Scotland.
> Thanks. I look forward to any information you might have.
> Ron Eastman
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