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Map showing locations of life and death of Richard Jamieson

The disappearance of Richard Jamieson

This booklet was produced by Members of Carsphairn Heritage Group in 1988. It illustrates the annual exbition displayed for two weeks in the summer of that year at Lagwyne Hall, Carsphairn

Descendants of Richard Jamieson born about 1694 from 'The Tweed', Peeblesshire, Scotland.

We are grateful to Wendy Brockhouse for allowing us to publish her work.

Reflections of the Chair – by Agnes Holden; More Jamieson Letters; A Parable for 2008; Some Names in Carsphairn and their meaning; Carsphairn Mutual Improvement Society.
A Cure from the Archives; The Fiddlers Brig by Jim McNae; The Jamieson letters; New Book Information; More Tales from The Barber’s Chair – Strange Gadgets, Strange Beliefs.
Kiltarsen / Kiltarsan / Kiltarsin?? Which and Where?; International Connections; Salmon May Return to Carsphairn by Robin Ade; Extract from the Galloway Gazette of Saturday August 30 1873. Referring to Capt. Clark Kennedy’s intention to improve sport…

Jamieson letters.

1,400 letters are stored in the family office at the farm in Western Victoria. These come mainly from members of the family in Scotland to Robert and William, the two brothers who went to Australia.

These letters have been read…


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