James Sligo Jameson

1856-1888; naturalist and African traveller, b. Clackmannanshire, son of Andrew Jameson and grandson of John Jameson of Dublin; his mother Margaret Cochrane, dg. of James Cochrane of Geln Lodge, Sligo. Explored land of Matebelis; also Montana; back in Africa with Stanley, he witnessed cannibal banquet in Upper Congo, and was accused by Stanley of instigating it (Times, 8 Nov. 1890). Died of haemuratic fever at Bangala. A diary of the Emin Pasha expedition has been published. SEE also Thomas Heazle Parke, surgeon and explorer]. ODNB