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Rhoann Eliza Daviss Collett
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Birth: Sep. 27, 1838
Alabama, USA
Death: Jan. 10, 1921
Austin
Travis County
Texas, USA

Rohann Eliza (Daviss) Collett was the daughter of William Riley Daviss (b. 16 May 1809 Decatur, Morgan Co., Ala. d. 15 June 1877 Freestone County, Texas) and Nancy Margaret Philpott (b. 14 Sept. 1813 Lincoln Co., TN. d. 27 Apr 1905 Freestone County, TX.) Eliza was the third wife of James Hamilton Collett and they had children of their own but she and J. H. raised his two children, Mary Collett (Munger) & Maggie Collett (Morris), by his second wife, Margaret Ann (Daviss) Collett also Eliza's sister.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Nancy Margaret Philpott Daviss (1813 - 1905)
 
 Spouse:
  James Hamilton Collett (1825 - 1916)
 
 Children:
  Eugenia Collett (1866 - 1951)*
  James Daviss Collett (1869 - 1942)*
  Guy Abraham Collett (1870 - 1932)*
  Edward Kelly Collett (1873 - 1948)*
  Rosa Collett Dilworth (1875 - 1961)*
  Benjamin Paxton Collett (1881 - 1883)*
 
 Siblings:
  Horatio Paxton Daviss (1833 - 1910)*
  Margaret Ann Daviss Collett (1836 - 1859)*
  Rhoann Eliza Daviss Collett (1838 - 1921)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oakwood Cemetery
Austin
Travis County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section 2., Plot 469
 
Maintained by: Billie Bournias
Originally Created by: David Hahn
Record added: Sep 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41662946
Rhoann Eliza <i>Daviss</i> Collett
Added by: Billie Bournias
 
Rhoann Eliza <i>Daviss</i> Collett
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Rhoann Eliza <i>Daviss</i> Collett
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 Added: Apr. 14, 2010
 
 
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