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Old 2nd December 2010, 19:22
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Jameson & Paton

People with surenames Jameson or Paton, whose ancestors were in Scotland about 1800.
My great-great-great grand father born in Edinburgh in 1796, his name was William Jameson, I know much about him, but I do not know who his parents were. In familysearch he is like William Paton Jameson, the only family with those surename was the family of Robert, Robert William and Leander Starr Jameson, but Mrs Paton Jameson died in 1794, acording this web, so she can not be his mother, but her husband called Thomas Jameson, like a son of my ancestor, maybe they were related between them. Acording Harvard Library, look this link:

Jameson, William, 1796-1873. Papers of William Jameson, 1827-1869: A Guide

My ancestor had a sister called Elizabeth Ann Paton (no Jameson?), and a niece called Hope Brown Paton, and other relative I. G. Paton.

His family has got a House called "The Wilde"
Adress: Broughtey Ferry-Edimburgo

in wikipedia:
William Jameson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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I'm unable to help.

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That would be Broughty Ferry and Edinburgh - but they are not close in geographical terms!
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Luc ,
have a search on this site
My GenForum . and the others like it .
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I found the info that i was searching. My 3rd great grand father was son of William Jameson, writer to the signet, which was son of a William Jameson architect which with his father Patrick Jameson, mason, built Portobello-Edinburgh.
Her sister Elizabeth Ann Jameson married with John G. Paton in Monifieth, Angus, and lived in The Wild, near to Broughty Ferry.
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