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Benton Colubus Davis b 1835 is son of Miles Davis b 1795
Posted by: Benton Davis Ggrndaughter (ID *****7447) Date: January 31, 2003 at 06:46:34
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1840 Walker Co., GA Miles Davis is believed to have died. Looking for proof of record. Miles Davis b. 1795 Chatham Co., NC married 1st Patsey Hughes 1826 and then 2nd Sarah Sallie Gladden in __________unknown in __________unknown. has children with each see listing:
1st wife: Kirksey Hughes Davis b 1827 and William Boliver Davis b 1828.
2nd wife:
Benton Columbus Davis b. 1835 and Minerva (m Underwood) Davis b. 1837.
Sarah Gladden Davis went on to marry after Miles' death in 1840. She continues to have children with her 2nd husband Coleby Wheeler in the 1840's and are a combination of whos children are from what previous marriage and what are the current marriage in 1840 Walker Co. Census all are present.(Davis 3 generations, Gladdens, Wheelers, Whisenants, Underwoods,Blackwoods, Chastains,Powells, and others that married amongst themsevles and when Miles Davis dies in 1840 supposedly, it probably drew more than the usual crowd being that they were all fairly new and present in Walker Co., GA. Any help would be appreciated. Does anyone see something in this message that you would like to discuss?Does anyone want to share info? I you have any information regarding the related families of Davis, Blackwood, Hughes, Gladden, Wheeler,Whisenants, Underwood, Chastain, Powell?


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