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Started by Rachel Monroe. Last reply by Julian Smith Jan 6, 2017.
Started by Julian Smith Jan 6, 2017.
Started by Cynthia Darlene Davis Clayton. Last reply by Julian Smith Jan 6, 2017.
I have been able to locate a Pamela Davis 1821 Ohio - 1901 Syracuse, Kosciusko Co., Indiana. Interred at Syracuse Cemetery (Find a Grave #36988754).
Her husband was Nathaniel Davis 1826 - 1888. He is interred next to her, along with their daughter Amanda Davis 1849 - 1872.
There is a listing of other children for them. Amanda, Pamela, Nathaniel (Jr. ?), Lida, and Malen at Find a Grave.
I guess thery are all interred there together. I'll check my genealogy list to see if I have any connections to them.
Hope this helps a bit.
Hey Jefferson Davis fans... I too think my late husband was also related to JD. I've seen an early picture of him and a picture of my husband were the spitin image.
So anyway I bought a book "Jefferson Davis by: William J. Cooper, Jr. and on page three there is a letter from JD to his sister Amanda. He's addressing their fathers death. Amandawas married to: David Bradford and they had two childrennamely, Benjamin and David. I'm sure there are more answers to your question in there but I haven't read it all yet. So go look in the Library or go buy it I'm sure it'll help.
Totally stuck on David T. Davis, b. in Carolinas c. 1780, md. in Frederick Co VA 1806 Elizabeth Hedges, her family been there 2 generations, 1812 Betsy Young, Adams Co OH 1825 Permelia Bayless, killed, accident, Adams Co late 1827. Ch by all wives, only 3 found. Looking for a Davis family in MD/VA 18th c who had members move to the Carolinas. Think David must have been returning to roots.
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