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Re: Delilah & Mary Long, Newton Davis
Posted by: John Fox (ID *****1791) Date: November 26, 2013 at 00:44:49
In Reply to: Re: Delilah & Mary Long, Newton Davis by Robin Toler of 637

Mary Long was listed with Delila Davis, when Mary was aged 70. She was not the Mary who married Hosea Carver, as her name would have been listed as Mary Carver with Delila.

There were two Davis fellows who were remarkably alike as to birth and location in Person County. One was named Azariah; the other was Asariah. Azariah was married to Cornelia Adeline Turner and she survived until 1917, Asariah was married to Louisa last name unknown. Both couples had a son named Newton. Both of the fellows lived in the Woodsdale area of Person County. It seems like these fellows could have been twins.

1870 United States Federal Census about Asariah Davis
Name:
Asariah Davis
Age in 1870:
35
Birth Year:
abt 1835
Birthplace:
North Carolina
Home in 1870:
Woodsdale, Person, North Carolina
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Post Office:
Woodsdale
Value of real estate:
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Household Members:
Name
Age
Asariah Davis
35
Louisa Davis
28
John Davis
11
Mae Davis
8
William Long
2
Newton Davis
6
Susan Davis
3
Sarah Long, was a domestic servant living in the household with her son William age 2
28


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