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PVT John Wesley Davidson
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Birth: 1821
Georgia, USA
Death: May 8, 1867
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA

Son of William and Mary Kinsley Davidson; William was born in North Carolina and Mary was born in Georgia. They were married 5 April 1820 in Warren Co. Ga.

John Wesley married Emaline Spence 19 May 1842 in Decatur Co. Ga. Known children were: John Felin, Littleton, Leaston, Archibald (Archie), James F., Mary Ellen, Florida Palmira and John H.

William and John's families moved to Gadsen, Fla. in 1845, living there until 1853 when they moved by wagon to Texas, settling about four miles West of Edom in 1854. William was a carpenter and John Wesley was a farmer.

John Wesley and three older sons enlisted in the Confederate Army; the oldest son, John Felin was killed in Tennesee during the war.

Family links: 
  William Davidson (1799 - ____)
  Mary Kinsey Davidson (1798 - 1885)
  Emaline Davidson (1826 - 1865)
  Littleton Davidson (1845 - 1934)*
  Leaston Davidson (1847 - 1924)*
  Archie M. Davidson (1853 - 1911)*
  John H. Davidson (1855 - 1921)*
  Mary Ellen Davidson Adrian (1856 - 1940)*
  Florida P. Davidson Cates (1859 - 1943)*
  John Wesley Davidson (1821 - 1867)
  William Henry Davidson (1829 - 1915)*
  Lucinda Davidson Chance (1831 - 1920)*
*Calculated relationship
Frontier-Red Hill Cemetery
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: Wayne Smith
Originally Created by: MB
Record added: Mar 28, 2003
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PVT John Wesley Davidson
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 20, 2015
Pvt Co E 1 Regt Texas Cav. C.S.A.
- Judy Richards
 Added: Mar. 25, 2014
The Southern Cross of Honor is the name of two separate and distinct military honors presented to Confederate military personnel and veterans. The original wartime medal, aka Confederate Medal of Honor, was a military decoration meant to honor officers, n...(Read more)
- Judy Richards
 Added: Mar. 25, 2014
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