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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #27 on: Friday 06 December 19 04:58 GMT (UK) »
“WOULD any person claiming to be a
niece or nephew of AMELIA SPA
CHOTT JAMIESON, late of 276 Mac-
quarie Street, Hobart, in Tasmania,
Spinster, now deceased, immediately
communicate with MESSRS. JOHNSON,
MITCHELL & LAUGHTON, Solicitors, of
Commercial Bank Chambers, Hobart
aforesaid.”

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/26680769?searchTerm=%20spachott%20jamieson&searchLimits=


Mercury, Hobart 28 March 1950.

(No idea who she is)

Added,  she is in the electoral rolls as SPACKOTT, at that address a Tailoress in 1943

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #28 on: Friday 06 December 19 05:06 GMT (UK) »
Last will and testament of Rachel Elizabeth Jamieson leaves to Amelia Spachott Jamieson, if she predeceases then to Gladys Victoria Hayes mentioned previously.

Are Florence and Amelia the same person?

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #29 on: Friday 06 December 19 05:18 GMT (UK) »
Will of Florence Spachott JAMIESON, written 11 Mar 1947, died 29 Jun 1949

Where does the above fit in and where did she die?

Jamjar

Should be Amelia, not Florence

Death notice
1948 'Family Notices', The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), 18 June, p. 7. , viewed 06 Dec 2019, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article26463874

Will
https://stors.tas.gov.au/AD960-1-75-30738

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #30 on: Friday 06 December 19 05:33 GMT (UK) »
Here is someone researching - Captain Spachott Bond; Hannah Victoria Spachott Bond, married to James Milton Jamieson, and children Amelia, Rachel Elizabeth, Frances M and James.
https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/sparshott/13/

No mention of the surname Patience, is this a different family?

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #31 on: Friday 06 December 19 06:03 GMT (UK) »
“WOULD any person claiming to be a
niece or nephew of AMELIA SPA
CHOTT JAMIESON, late of 276 Mac-
quarie Street, Hobart, in Tasmania,
Spinster, now deceased, immediately
communicate with MESSRS. JOHNSON,
MITCHELL & LAUGHTON, Solicitors, of
Commercial Bank Chambers, Hobart
aforesaid.”

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/26680769?searchTerm=%20spachott%20jamieson&searchLimits=


Mercury, Hobart 28 March 1950.

(No idea who she is)

Added,  she is in the electoral rolls as SPACKOTT, at that address a Tailoress in 1943
curious wonder what this was all about?

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #32 on: Friday 06 December 19 06:24 GMT (UK) »
Here is someone researching - Captain Spachott Bond; Hannah Victoria Spachott Bond, married to James Milton Jamieson, and children Amelia, Rachel Elizabeth, Frances M and James.
https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/sparshott/13/

No mention of the surname Patience, is this a different family?

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that person has only just started looking into the Jamieson side I am sure they are looking at the same family

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #33 on: Friday 06 December 19 06:32 GMT (UK) »
1864 Richmond Tasmania death of James Jamieson, aged 52y, pensioner 98th Foot

https://stors.tas.gov.au/RGD35-1-33p121j2k

If he died in 1864, and Amelia was 77 in 1948, ie born about 1871, then this James  Jamieson Cannot be her father.

I think there must be two families here

Added, and if Hannah Victoria Patience was born about 1818-1820 then she would have been over 50 at birth of Amelia,

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #34 on: Friday 06 December 19 06:37 GMT (UK) »

".. Frances Teresa Jamieson she is on my Grandfathers side of the family on my mothers side, All I know is that"

Assuming that your  grandfather is deceased.......What is his name?. Where and when was he born?

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Re: Frances Teresa Jamieson
« Reply #35 on: Friday 06 December 19 06:55 GMT (UK) »
my grandfather was Laurence j Jamieson his father was Henry j Jamieson wife Ellen Birch. Siblings were Hetty Jamieson, Pearl Jamieson, Alexander Birch Jamieson, Cedric Jamieson, Clive Jamieson, Violet Jamieson. There is a James Jamieson who married Adelaide Ayers & who is son of late James Vincent Jamieson and there is a Hannah Victoria Patience Who Married a James Milton Jamieson my grandfather was from Tasmania But his line goes Back to England. born 1910 and died 1983