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Walter Clayton Davis
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Birth: Sep. 6, 1897
Sagerton
Haskell County
Texas, USA
Death: Feb. 25, 1961
Dallas
Dallas County
Texas, USA

Walter was the son of Charles and Eva Armstrong-Davis. He married Evelyn Leota Walters, November 16, 1921 in Stamford, Jones County, Texas. (Evelyn Davis-Brinson died in Olney,Young County, Texas in 1990 and is buried in Restland Cemetery in Olney.) Uncle Walter died with Cancer of the stomoch.

He was buried in Highland Cemetery Stamford, Haskell County, Texas.

He was a Shoe Cobbler and had his own business in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. He was a Baptist.

Surviors: Wife Evelyn, son Charles Coleman Davis and wife Betty; daughter Quida Faye, One grandson.*** 
 
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 Parents:
  Charles Fisher Davis (1877 - 1917)
  Eva Vida Armstrong McElreath (1880 - 1965)
 
 Spouse:
  Evelyn Leota Walters Brinson (1905 - 1990)*
 
 Children:
  Charles Coleman Davis (1922 - 1983)*
  Ouida Faye Davis Tarver (1926 - 1972)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Walter has no gravestone marking his gravesite, but the cemetery records states that he is buried in Sect 108 Row 77 Blk 3 Grave 02. His parents are buried in gravesites 3 and 4.
 
Note: Uncle Walter has no gravestone marking his gravesite
 
Burial:
Highland Cemetery
Stamford
Haskell County
Texas, USA
Plot: Sect 108 Row 77 Blk 3 Grave 02
 
Created by: Charlene Coe, Guadagnolo...
Record added: Nov 25, 2009
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Walter Clayton Davis
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Walter Clayton Davis
Added by: Charlene Coe, Guadagnolo- Seal
 
Walter Clayton Davis
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...Uncle Walter loved children and he would make sounds like a mouse and tease us. We always acted scarred and he would make the sound more. He was loved by us all. Niece, Charlene
- Charlene Coe, Guadagnolo- Seal
 Added: Nov. 25, 2009
 
 
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