|Birth: ||Apr. 12, 1840|
|Death: ||Mar. 29, 1924|
Elijah was born his on grandfather's farm in South Charleston. His parents moved when he was small up north to Pleasant township.
During the Civil War Elijah enlisted in Company C, 110th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer infantry, but contracted typhoid fever at the camp, and was so sick he was dismissed. He crawled the last few miles home. Sadly his father contracted it after Elijah arrived home, and for Lemuel the disease was fatal.
It is said Elijah was engaged to marry Amy Neer, but after his convalescence he married her sister Dorothy Jane. He built a home north of his father's, on Davisson Road, and his farm overlapped a little into Champaign and Union counties. The home is now (2013) owned by Roy Estes.
Elijah was leader of Methodist singing schools, an active member of Nation Chapel, and he and Dorothy Jane raised three boys on the farm. They celebrated their 50th anniversary together.
In later years they moved into Mechanicsburg, where their home is still standing.
Lemuel Davisson (1812 - 1862)
Susan Ann Lott Davisson (1812 - 1903)
Dorothy Jane Neer Davisson (1851 - 1924)*
Charles Clifford Davisson (1871 - 1956)*
Clarence Weakley Davisson (1877 - 1946)*
Harry Lester Davisson (1887 - 1944)*
Isaac Davisson (1836 - 1840)*
Elizabeth Fisher Davisson (1838 - 1840)*
Elijah Lott Davisson (1840 - 1924)
Mary Ann Davisson Adams (1842 - 1888)*
George Washington Davisson (1843 - 1921)*
Daniel David Davisson (1845 - 1860)*
Isaac Charles Davisson (1848 - 1860)*
Thomas William Davisson (1851 - 1902)*
Maple Grove Cemetery
Created by: Dave Davisson
Record added: Jun 01, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53133230
Added: Jul. 19, 2016
Do not be amazing at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. John 5:28,29***The righteous will possess the Earth, and they will live Forever on it. Psalm 37:29|
Added: Jun. 21, 2016
Rest in peace.|
Added: Apr. 29, 2016
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