|Birth: ||Oct. 5, 1817|
|Death: ||Jan. 10, 1870|
Jonathan Patrick Davis Jr. was born in Tennessee, the son of Jonathan Patrick Sr. and Francis Ross Davis, an American Indian of possible Cherokee heritage. He married Mary Ann Eggleston Davis on November 17, 1843 in Bastrop County, Texas. Mary Ann was the daughter of Stephen V. R. Eggleston and Julia Ann Mosely (Moseley) Eggleston.
Jonathan and Mary Ann's children were Martin Van Buren, Permelia, James Barry "Jim", John "Jack", Jemima Hixie, Sarah Francis, Mariah Elizabeth, George Washington, Mary Ann, Carrie Hazel, Emma Allison, Effie Arminta and Ida Irene. Jonathan and Mary Ann both died in Basrop County and are buried at the Davis Cemetery (Davis Farm Cemetery) in Bastrop County, Texas.
Jonathan served in the Texas Volunteer Army and was a Captain in the 1st Mounted Volunteers. He or his Father, Jonathan Patrick Davis Sr., is listed on the Muster Rolls of the Texas Revolution on the Militia List and the San Jacinto Calvary Corp. He served in the Mexican War under Colonel John Coffee Hays and Samuel Highsmith.
Mary Ann Eggleston Davis (1826 - 1900)*
Martin Van Buren Davis (1844 - 1926)*
Permelia Davis Williams (1847 - 1919)*
Jonathan Davis (1851 - 1932)*
Jemima Hixie Davis Erwin (1852 - 1909)*
Maria Elizabeth Davis Wheatley (1856 - 1936)*
Mary Ann Davis Fitzpatrick (1859 - ____)*
Carrie Hazel Davis (1862 - 1917)*
Emma A Davis (1864 - 1919)*
Effie Arminta Davis Wilson (1866 - 1946)*
Ida Irene Davis Woods (1868 - 1932)*
Maintained by: Les & Mary
Originally Created by: Tammy New
Record added: May 20, 2009
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