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Isaac Newton Jameson, d. 1836

Isaac Newton Jameson, d. 1836

Dan Smith (View posts)
Posted: 947592000000
Classification: Query
Isaac Newton JAMESON was a son of John and Jalee (REEDS) JAMESON and was probably born in Kentucky sometime in the early 1800s. He married Permelia A. SMITH on 21 JAN 1836 in Fulton Twp., Callaway Co. MO and died 28 days afterwards (17/18 FEB 1836). His widow later married on 12 FEB 1838 to Charles A. BAILEY of Callaway Co., born in Franklin Co. KY to Benjamin and Frances (NALL or NALLE) BAILEY. Permelia died 10 JUN 1870 in Callaway Co. MO. She was a daughter of Tartan and Lucy (MALLORY) SMITH of Callaway Co. who moved to Callaway Co. from Orange Co. VA in late 1834.

Would like to know more about the life of Isaac Newton JAMESON and the cause of his death. Thank you.

More on Isaac N. Jameson, 1804 -1836

Dan Smith (View posts)
Posted: 948801600000
Classification: Query
As a followup on my query, I have found some additional information about the parentage of Isaac Newton JAMESON which is below.

JOHN JAMESON was born 1769, Culpeper Co. VA., the son and first child of James and Lucy (HACKLEY) JAMESON. He died September 11, 1834 Callaway Co. MO. Mr. JAMESON married Jalee REEDS, born 1770 VA., died July 10, 1835, Callaway Co., MO., the daughter of Samuel and Sarah (HACKLEY) REEDS.

(All born Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co. KY)

(1) James, b.c. 1794;
(2) Samuel, b.c.1796; d. MO.; m. 8/10/1826, Malinda Harris;
(3) Lucy, b.c. 1798; m. 3/30/1819, Nicholas Harper;
(4) Thomas, b.c. 1800; m.1) Margaret V. Martin; m.2) Mrs. Philip George(Sallee);
(5) John, b. 3/6/1802; d. 1/24/1857;m. 2/16/1837, Susan Grubb Harris;
(6) Isaac Newton, b.c. 1804; m. Permelia A. Smith;
(7) Sarah{Sally}, b.c. 1807; m. 11/11/1825, John Sitton;
(8) Judith Hackley, b.c. 1810; m. 9/2/1830, Charles Yeater{Yater);
(9) Amanda, b.c. 1815;
(10) Elizabeth, b.c. 1820; m. 2/24/1848, Henry T. Wright;


John Jameson migrated from Virginia to Kentucky with his parents in 1782. He lived in Mt. Sterling upon the old homestead at Estill's Defeat. John and Jalee Jameson removed 1824 to Fulton, Callaway Co. MO. There is more information about John Jameson in the 1884 book History of Callaway County Missouri.

Sarah and John Sitton

Amy Sitton (View posts)
Posted: 979646400000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sitton
Any information on Sarah and John Sitton would be greatly appreciated. Such as children names, dates, deaths etc..
We believe this is our missing link in our tree and can't seem to find the info. Any additional info on John Sitton greatly appreciated.
Thank you
Amy Sitton

John Sitton Family

Posted: 979732800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1057850780000
Hello Amy; Unfortunately I don't think I can help you out much with the children of John and Sally Sitton, early pioneers of Callaway County MO. Will try to point you in a direction, however. Yes, indeed there was a John Sitton who married Sarah "Sallie" Jameson in Callaway County MO in 1825. He is also listed in the 1830 census of Callaway Co. MO on page 61. If you would like to view this page on your PC you will need a computer, Internet, and a GIF viewer (application). A GIF photo is a photo that has been compressed in a certain kind of format called GIF. A GIF viewer will decompress the photo and display it on the computer screen. A GIF viewer application that will also magnify would certainly help with reading these census pages. Anyhow, on the Internet, go to:
On the index of files, click on:
Scroll down a little past half way and you will notice the name of John Sitton between the entries of Samuel Jameson and Ezra B. Sitton. Upon final reading of this page, you will find out that the household of John Sitton has one male between the ages of 30-40, three females between the ages of 0-5 and one female between the age of 20-30 (presumably Sarah "Sally" Jameson who would have been about 27 at the time of this census).

Likewise, the 1840 census of Callaway County MO is also on the web and is located at:
However, I have not checked this index for John Sitton and family. The 1830 and 1840 census' do not list family members. This started with the1850 census which is not on the web but you might obtain through the LDS family history center. In addition, their might be someone at the Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society in who would do this check.

If John Sitton is not located on future census' then there are some possibilities. He could have died, or moved to another county. About 1837, there were portions of Callaway County MO that were used to form Audrain County just to the north. He may have been living in a portion that was transferred at that time. This means you might find him in an Audrain County MO census.

Sorry I could not help you more. Good luck on you future research. Dan
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