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Jamieson and O'Callaghan ancestors

Jamieson - O'Callaghan
Jamieson, Jean (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[United States] : J. Jamieson, 1978
[4], 124 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Spine title: Jamieson - O'Callaghan.

Andrew Jamieson, of Scottish lineage, emigrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania, and married Elizabeth Davis. Their son, James (1802-1880), was born in Augusta, Virginia, and married three times. Jeremiah O'Callaghan, born in Cork County, Ireland, married Katherine Corcoran who also was Irish born. Fleeing persecution by the Mayor of Cork, the couple " ... sailed presumably for Philadelphia, about 1834 or 1835. ...They lived first in Philadelphia, then in Paterson, N.J. ... "--P. 91. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Missouri, Washington D.C., New Jersey, Kentucky, Arizona and elsewhere.

Includes Jamieson, O'Callaghan, Jordan, Pate, Tillotson, Yancey, Hobson, Jordan, Chappell, Hickey, Paris, Gold, Chitwood, Ragsdale, Rives, Walton, Pool, Jones, Morton, Gibson, Crowley, Dynan, Dempsey, Shanahan, Madigan and related families.

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