|Birth: ||Oct. 18, 1790|
West Virginia, USA
|Death: ||May 28, 1884|
Sarah was born in (West) Virginia, seventh of the eleven children of William and Sarah (Brown) Curl.
They came to Ohio about 1801, by canoe up the Ohio River and then up the Little Miami, settling first in Warren county, where Sarah and Isaac Davisson, Jr., were married by his brother James Davisson in 1808.
They later travelled up to Clark county. The log cabin where they lived and first held Methodist meetings is still preserved on their farm, next to the brick house they later had built, and which is still owned by descendants.
Sarah was a loving and pious woman. At her death her descendants numbered 163: fourteen children, sixty-eight grand-children, seventy-eight great-grandchildren and three great-great-granchildren.
William Curl (1754 - 1841)
Sarah Brown Curl (1758 - 1826)
Isaac Davisson (1790 - 1851)
William Davisson (1809 - 1888)*
Obadiah Davisson (1811 - 1886)*
Lemuel Davisson (1812 - 1862)*
Mary Davisson Warrington (1813 - 1867)*
Elizabeth Davisson Dale (1815 - 1899)*
Daniel Davisson (1817 - 1817)*
Nancy Davisson Pearce (1818 - 1842)*
Lucinda Davisson (1820 - 1822)*
Sarah Jane Davisson Webster (1821 - 1900)*
Margaret Davisson Pringle (1823 - 1899)*
Julia Ann Davisson Edwards (1825 - 1862)*
Maria Davisson Wright (1827 - 1911)*
James Gatch Davisson (1829 - 1927)*
Daniel David Davisson (1830 - 1913)*
Plot: Section 5
Created by: Dave Davisson
Record added: Jan 25, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5172708