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Re: Jacob Davis Will>Belmont Co.>1809
Posted by: Chuck Fullhart (ID *****5837) Date: September 15, 2002 at 12:09:33
In Reply to: Jacob Davis Will>Belmont Co.>1809 by Carolyn Davis of 2195

Hi Carolyn,
Hannah Davis was my ggggm. She married William Long, April 14, 1812. There were three children that I know of that resulted from the marriage:
William b. 1812-1819
Esther b. ca. 1819
Lucinda b. ca. 1824, my gggm, who married William Miller Burdette 9/22/1842 in Goshen Township, Belmont Co. Ohio.
They had 7 kids, and I am descended from their son, Martin Luther Burdette, their 5th child.
I have been tracking William Long and Hannah Davis for about the last year in Belmont Co.
I have them in the 1820 census living in Pultney Township, with neighbors-Michael Long, Adam Long, and Daniel, who married Susanna Davis 3/7/1819 in Belmont County.
In the 1830 and 1840 census, they are living in Goshen Township, with a James Davis, who I assume is a brother to Hannah, as a neighbor.
William Miller, or Miller, as he was called,is the son of the first marriage of Reason Burdette, who was born in Maryland ca. 1793, and first married Sofia Spencer 8/30/1814 in Belmont County, Ohio. Sofia died ca. 1818-1820, and Reason remarried.
I have been looking for Hannah's family for sometime, and just had a few dates and places.
If I can fill in any gaps, please let me know.

Chuck Fullhart

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