|Birth: ||Jul. 20, 1863|
|Death: ||Dec. 30, 1923|
FATHER: John I. Davison
Birthplace: Columbus, Ohio
MOTHER: Harriett Jackson Davison
Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio
Husband of Sara F. Davison
Occupation: Realtor/Real Estate
He was 60 years, 5 months & 10 days at the time of his death from chronic intestinal issues.
Missouri Death Certificate
Informant: Sara F. Davison
THE CARTHAGE PRESS
June 28, 1894
A DAISY WEDDING
Nuptials of Milt F Davison and Miss Fannie Payne
Last evening at the home of Mrs. Hattie Young on Howard street, Milt F Davison and Miss Fannie Payne were wedded. Rev. W. B. Slutz performing the beautiful ceremony in an impressive manner. Miss Minnie Gerkey was bridesmaid and Ben Fisher acted as best man.
The bride was picture of loveliness in a gown of white dotted swiss, elegantly trimmed in valentine lace, and wore white gloves and slippers. Her hair was dressed low and crowned with a spray of daisies. In her hand she carried a prayer book.
Not less beautiful than the bride was the fair bridesmaid, Miss Gerkey, attired in white Indian linen, with white gloves and slippers. Her hair was dressed high and crowned with a butterfly bow of white ribbon, while in her hand she carried a bouquet of daisies.
The ceremony was performed under a large horse shoe of daisies, trimmed with myrtle and ferns, while the house was elaborately decorated, daisies predominating.
After the ceremony the guests were ushered into the dining room, where an elegant supper was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Castor, Mr. A. M. Payne, Mr and Mrs. J. Q. Davison, Messrs. Cicero and Orville Davison, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clelland, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gerkey, Miss Risley, Miss Zella Bennett, Miss Edith Haughawout, Miss Lillie Ralston, Miss Fannie Galentine; Messrs Tom Main, Dave Roach, Chas Hollingsworth, Will Gerkey, B S Briles, Chas Ralston, G W Smith and W M Burbridge.
The bride is a favorite Carthage girl and daughter of A. M. Payne, while the groom is a successful young businessman of this city. They will for the present board with Mrs. Young on Howard Street.
The PRESS joins in the hearty congratulations of many friends for the happiness and success of the newly wedded pair.
SPECIAL EDITION OF THE CARTHAGE PRESS MAY 1905
PAYNE & DAVISON, THE REAL ESTATE BROKERS. . . LOANS AND INSURANCE
ONE OF THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE FIRMS IN JASPER COUNTY - ORGANIZED AND ESTABLISHED IN 1889.
The largest real estate firm doing a brokerage and commission business in Carthage is that of Payne & Davison. The firm was organized and established in 1889, and is therefore one of the oldest firms in Jasper county.
Mr. A. M. Payne has lived in Carthage about eighteen years, having been in business for four years before the partnership was formed with Mr. M. F. Davison. The latter has lived here for almost a full quarter of a century. Both are thoroughly familiar with Jasper county realty and are in close touch with property values of all kinds. In fact their acquaintance with farm lands, timbered lands, city residence properties and business properties is so intimate, and they have such a confiding faith in the future development and growth of the county that they do practically all of their business on a brokerage basis, exclusively, on both real and personal securities. They discount notes of value and endeavor to make their rates of interest as low as any one else.
Payne & Davison also do a large insurance business. They represent a number of good American companies and write fire, lightning and tornado insurance on farm and city properties. Every farmer should have his property insured and should take his policy out with some good substantial company whose stability and financial responsibilities are known to be the best.
Messrs. Payne & Davison are among the most successful business men in Carthage. Their long years of residence here has convinced them, as it does others, that Jasper county is the chosen field of the country for the investment of money either for a home or for business, or for both. They have some very alluring propositions to offer the inventor or the home seeker, and any one wishing a good home or a profitable business should not fail to see this firm or place themselves in correspondence with it. Both are gentlemen of the highest type of citizenship, honest, liberal minded and loyal to every interest and enterprise for the advancement and betterment of Carthage and Jasper county.
John Q. Davison (1829 - 1901)
Hattie Davison (1831 - 1891)
Sara Fannie Payne Davison (1875 - 1948)
Nancy E. Davison (1858 - 1876)*
Benjamin J. Davison (1860 - 1884)*
John L Davison (1861 - 1925)*
Milton F. Davison (1863 - 1923)
William Henry Davison (1864 - 1939)*
Edward L Davison (1866 - 1952)*
Mary Jane Davison Taylor (1870 - 1955)*
Orville B Davison (1872 - 1963)*
Emmett Davison (1875 - 1875)*
Plot: Park Lawn Bl 31 Lot 173 Sp 3
Created by: NJBrewer
Record added: Jun 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54102130
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