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Re: Zadoc Davis (1788-1863) The Davis / David name is NOT difficult to trace. The Davis / Davies / David people were from Any Foreign Country, because the David / Davis name is a lineage
Re: Zadoc Davis (1788-1863) Thanks to Bill McDonald and Pop Davis for their information and input. Bill, our lines could easily be related...just how, when and where is the
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8 This James L. Davis appears in the "Matherly/Grauer" family tree at ancestry.com. Of course the following information needs to be verified, but here it is:
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Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8 1920 United States Federal Census about James L Davis Name: James L Davis Age: 81 Birth Year: abt 1839 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1920: La Grue, Arkansas,
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8 U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 about James L Davis Name: James L Davis Residence Year: 1905 Street Address: 4th S H S Residence Place: Hot Springs, Arkansas
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8 Ramona, my grandfather,James L Davis lived in Hot Springs, Ar. around 1900. I have done a search on Ancestry but I cannot find any info. past that date.
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship I have a mac so Thank you for your help. I am the niece in post you first posted. :) The information below is the info that has been changed. They were not orphans. If you
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship I have a mac so Lewis Joseph "Luke" Davis Birth 20 Jul 1837 in Possibly Floyd Co. GA - Orphan raised by Dutton Family. Death 7 Feb 1887 in Blount, Alabama, USA Save this
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship also look at find a grave Web: Alabama, Find A Grave Index, 1755-2012 about Lewis "luke" Davis Name: Lewis "luke" Davis Birth Date: 20 Jul 1837 Age at Death:
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship Does this look correct The last name for Lewis and his brother, Enoch, is incorrectly recorded as "Walls" on the 1850 US Census. My niece and I believe their
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship Yes that is him. Some of the information on there is not exactly correct. My great great grandfather's name was not General Joseph Lukie Davis. There is
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship Lewis "Luke" Davis Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Share Learn about sponsoring this memorial... Birth: Jul. 20, 1837 Death: Feb. 7, 1887 Blount County Alabama,
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55482354 see if this is the Lewis Luke Davis you are looking for ... [Non-text portions of this message
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship Have Boone in Reeves, Southern, Crump line...think that's the one. Still can't find anything on my Davis line. My Aunt did find some info that might fit on
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8, % Boone kinship I am replying to you Because you mentioned the Boone fam. I am related to the Boone fam on my mom`s father`s side(Arthur)from North Carolina .My kinship is
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Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8 Hi folks, I have decided to try again since I noticed that there seems to be a lot more activity here. My Davis branch is from Missouri mostly.. James
Re: William Shockley Davis// ****8 Well I see another Samuel Davis My granpa was a Samuel Hendricks Davis his uncle (his father John had a brother also named Samuel Davis .My brother also .
Re: William Shockley Davis// An image of William's marriage licence to his first wife Mary Raimy is online at ancestry.com:William B.S. Davis, age 27, born at Wayne County, married Mary J.
Re: William Shockley Davis// Hello Rhonda I will put this in my Davis`s folder I have a seperate one for other Davis`s I have one for my & inlaw Davis fam for info & pics. GOOD LUCK
William Shockley Davis Hi all I noticed activity on this group again so I thought I would put this out there. I have been looking for information on my great grandfather was William
Re: reply from Hazel Davis-Clark....[DAVIS HERITAGE] Zadoc Davis (17 Thank you Jona for replying to our research I have come across & recieved e-mail from 3 dif Davis fam that lived where mine has sine before 1844 in IL I
Re: reply from Hazel Davis-Clark....[DAVIS HERITAGE] Zadoc Davis (17 Davis is such a common name -- there are many Davis familes, from every one of the original colonies, who weren't descended from illustrious half-breed
Re: reply from Hazel Davis-Clark....[DAVIS HERITAGE] Zadoc Davis (17 My grandmother in law was a Davis thru her father not much known of his Davis Nor of mine before as were they were before they left for the USA from Wales.My
Re: reply from Hazel Davis-Clark....[DAVIS HERITAGE] Zadoc Davis (17 whoever is tracing the Davis / David families, you better trace and see what the beginning of the European Invasion was and how the land was surveyed and
Re: Zadoc Davis (1788-1863) If you notice ,there are two states that Davis,s came through. Va and NC The tree just kept growing more and more branches as time went by. They all came
Zadoc Davis (1788-1863) Linda: My Davis family comes tantalizingly close to yours, but unfortunately I don't know if or how we might connect. My ancestor is George W. Davis who was
Zadoc Davis (1788-1863) Looking for parents and prior ancestors of Zadok [middle name may have been Daniel] Davis, born 08 Jun 1788 in Anson, North Carolina, died 15 April 1863 in
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Frances Langley Ellsworth
Will Davis http://kayserihavaalanitransfer.com/rayskpzj/fbflmq0liqneg8b0pu4r0un2o3a1=110 [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Re: Davis families in 18th-century Pittsylvania County, Virginia To me either I have been doing fam research for over 40 yrs with dif other people & they have even traveled to where our fam lived went to the courthouses &
Rosetta Davis Janes
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