My great great great grandfather named Thomas Davis (b.1821?) married to Mary Mexon from England.
My Great Great Grandfather was named Thomas Davis(b:1852 or 1854). I know he came from Southhampton, England at the age of 21 in 1873. Immagrated to Stanstead,Quebec,Canada.married in Derby ,Vermont. And Married Louisa Best( immagrated from England as well)there in 1875 then moved to Stanstead, Quebec,Canada.I don't know his middle name.
Their son's name William Alfred Davis-born April 12, 1876 in Potten , Quebec.Died-Julu 21, 1959
His wife's name-Harriet Julia Doyen-(born Aug 28,1876 in Fitch Bay, Quebec.: Died-Sept 1, 1933 in East Angus, Quebec).They were married Sept 18, 1895.
Their son-My grandfather-Norman Sinfield Davis born nov 18. 1919-Died July 19, 1995(in Quebec)
his wife -Yvette Laura Menard (10 children)
Their eldest son-My father- Robert William Davis born June 2, 1940. Married to Shirley Blanchette.
Luther Thomas Davis, b. 1896 d. 1956, Alfred H. Davis, b. 1873, Albert Davis, b. 1834. Family came from Indiana to Missouri. Any info that you might have regarding this family would be greatly appreciated.
I am looking for any info on Abner Hanford Davis Born 12-07-1854 in Jackson County MS..He was married to Suszy Hall in 1871/72.They lived in various counties in East Texas..1 being Hardin County..
I have been involved in Family Tree DNA project and now have a lead that Abners Dad was Enoch W.Davis..Enochs first wife Abners mother died in LA/TEXAS..Enoch went back to MS with Abner and later married..They are to geather in the 1860 census.
In the household of Able Davis Enochs father..any help would be appreciated..
I am at a brick wall, I cannot find anything for my great-grandfather James Albert Davis b. 1866 in Illinois prior to 1900. He married a Swedish immigrant in 1896 Christina Anderson. He was married prior and had one or two kids from the first marriage that I know nothing more. Lived in various places in Missouri, also Nebraska, South Dakota, Idaho and finally by 1920 Oregon. He died mysteriously in California. No death record has been located. Much folklore is passed around in our fmaily and one story was that he was a minister which would account for the traveling.
I have since discovered James Albert Davis' ancestry and who his first family were. Significant research and a chance lucky random conversation leads me to suspect is that he was a minister in the Salvation Army. I would appreciate any help with Salvation Army info.