James H. Davis family of Wayne County via England and down the eastern seaboard
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James H. Davis family of Wayne County via England and down the eastern seaboard by Shoemaker, N. L. Mrs.

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Published by Office Supply Store in Aberdeen, MS .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Mississippi

Subjects:

  • Davis family.,
  • Davis, James H., 1825-1863 -- Family.,
  • Mississippi -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMrs. N.L. (Annie G.) Shoemaker, Jr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.D26 1987a
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 245 p. :
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2416429M
LC Control Number87082575

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Buy The James H. Davis family of Wayne County via England and down the eastern seaboard 1st ed by N. L Shoemaker (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: N. L Shoemaker. Is your Davis family related to mine? They came to Isle of Wight Virginia in My Davis family is the James H. Davis Family Of Wayne county Via England and down the eastern seaboard. Library of Congress Catalog Card number Let me know if you think there is a connection. History of the Davis Family: Being an Account of the Descendants of John Davis, a Native of England, Who Died in East Hampton, Long Island, in Connected with Them. Brought Down to [Davis, Albert Henry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of the Davis Family: Being an Account of the Descendants of John Davis, a Native of England, Who Died in East HamptonAuthor: Albert Henry Davis.   Please note that this is a transcription of 3 pages of a book about the Davis Family. These pages were scanned and shared on The person who shared them stated the following: “This information is from a book about “Davis Families of Kentucky” in the Kansas Historical Library in Topeka, KS. I was just starting into genealogy in the 70’s and failed to make a note of the.

  History of the Davis family. Being an account of the descendants of John Davis, a native of England, who died in East Hampton, Long Island, in With notices of individuals and families connected with them. Brought down to by Davis, Albert Henry, Pages:   [ – 24 May ] and his wife LUCINDA [EVANS] BELL[ – 19 January ] from the Black Creek area of Wilson County, North Carolina [Wilson County was carved out of Wayne County in ]. In fact, JAMES H. BELL, SR. was born in Wayne County, NC and LUCINDA [EVANS] BELL was born in Edgecombe County, NC. In the shorter, modified version of the history of the Bell . Centre coordinates with states to control locust attacks; Altimetrik to give Rs crore for Covid relief; PM Modi announces Rs 20 lakh crore special economic package. On the census Elias, Letitia, and now young family members, are in Wayne County, Tn (this particular area of Wayne County is next to the Lawrence County, Tn line). (3) They are living in the same general area that Julius and his family were living before Julius left Wayne County around for Marion County, Al.

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