|Birth: ||Feb. 23, 1745|
|Death: ||Apr. 19, 1775|
American Revolutionary War Soldier. He was killed on the first day of the American Revolution, one of fifty Americans either killed or mortally wounded on that day. At the North Bridge in Concord, after proclaiming "I haven't a man that is afraid to go!", he marched his Acton Minute Men to the front of the American forces to face the British army. His heart was pierced by a musket ball. He was the son of Ezekiel and Mary (Gibson) Davis, and married Hannah Brown on 24 October, 1764, in Acton, Massachusetts.
In Memory of Capt. Isaac Davis who was slain in battle at Concord April the 19th, 1775, in the defense of the just rights and liberties of his Country, Civil and Religious. He was a lover of truth [?] and a tender Father a kind Neighbour An Ingenious Craftsman & Servicable to Mankind. Died in the prime of life aged 30 years, 1 month, 25 days.
[A rough transcription due to the difficulty in reading the stone. I did not attempt to transcribe the poem below the epitaph.]
Created by: Eric Thomsen
Record added: May 23, 2003
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