Jameson may refer to:

People with the surname Jameson

In places:

  • Jameson, California, former name of Jamesan, California
  • Jameson, Missouri, village
  • Jameson Islands, Nunavut, Canada
  • Jameson Land, Greenland


  • Jameson Irish Whiskey, a brand of whiskey

Other articles related to "jameson":

List Of East Enders Characters (1988) - Harry Jameson
... Harry Jameson EastEnders character Portrayed by Anthony Dutton Duration 1988 First appearance 10 March 1988 Last appearance 26 May 1988 Classification Former guest ...
Spider-Man Unlimited (comics) - 1999 Series (Vol. 2) - Issues 1/2, 1 and 2
... Jonah Jameson to take picture of his son, astronaut John Jameson, before a space mission to a hidden planet on the other side of our sun called Counter-Earth, but ... Blamed for Jameson losing contact with our Earth after the battle with the two Symbiotes, Spider-Man becomes a target of persecution by the media and the public ... on a flight to Counter-Earth to save John Jameson ...
South African Wars (1879–1915) - Military Conflicts - The First Matabele War (1893–1894)
... Ultimately, Jameson gave Lobengula's commanders an ultimatum to withdraw from Mashonaland ... At the end of his meeting with Lobengula, who refused to move from the border, Jameson sent for Captain Lendy and Boer transport riders to find the Ndebele, and if ... After the men returned to Fort Victoria, Jameson sent word to Rhodes and Loch that they must go to war ...
Middleton Jameson
... Middleton Alexander Jameson (1851–1919) was a Scottish artist, born in Edinburgh ... One of the older brothers of Sir Leander Starr Jameson, British South African statesman, notable for his leadership of the Jameson Raid ...

Famous quotes containing the word jameson:

    Mere human beings can’t afford to be fanatical about anything.... Not even about justice or loyalty. The fanatic for justice ends by murdering a million helpless people to clear a space for his law-courts. If we are to survive on this planet, there must be compromises.
    —Storm Jameson (1891–1986)