|John Davis (#47576813)|
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|I am a family genealogist with a particular interest in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of tidewater Virginia,and in Pittsylvania, Henry and Halifax counties in southside Virginia. I primarily research my lines with the surnames Davis, Biscoe, Smith, and Cline. I also focus on Green/e, Hufford, Tinder, Robertson, Lawson, Blakemore and Pearson.|
On behalf of my wife and her family, I research Skinner, Paillard, Tice and Terwilliger lines.
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|Trevor Davis||John Davis|
I'm a descendent of a PA John Davis. He married a Nancy Davis.
He lived in Plunketts Creek PA in 1850 as a lumberman before moving to Illinois.
Would you know of this John Davis?
Thanks, Trevor Davis of Minnesota
|Linda Ellington||Sgt Maj William Warren Smith|
John, are you related to William Smith? If so, I just wanted to make you aware the family of William Smith could have a government CSA headstone placed since his current stone is so badly damaged. I am a member of a local UDC Chapter in Rockingham County and I am presently involved with getting a stone replacement for another CSA veteran. If you wish further information please feel free to contact me. Love the bio that is on his memorial.
|David Patterson||Surry Co, NC Davis Family|
I have two relatives that moved here from Pittsylvania sometime after the civil war.
Their parents were William Davis and Elizabeth Warf.
James Coleman Davis 129800470
and William Washington Davis 53560585
I appreciate any help you can give. I am new at this, so if more is needed please let me know
David Patterson 48604726
|NE MO||Mellville Biscoe|
The cemetery card has been posted to the memorial.
Added by NE MO on Jan 21, 2015 1:17 PM
|Teresa Clark||RE: Davis Family Cemetery - Cherrystone Plantation|
That would be great.I descend through William Davis and Susannah Wells. Do you descend through that family?
|Teresa Clark||Davis Family Cemetery - Cherrystone Plantation|
Are there no stones in this cemetery?
|Adam R||RE: Harry Earl Biscoe|
The photo was scanned from the book "A Military Album Containing over One Thousand Portraits of Commissioned Officers who served in the Spanish American War", published in 1902. It's basically a photo album that just contains photos of officers. Unfortunately it doesn't have any biographical information.
For information on Biscoe you might want to order a partial printout of a microfilm from the National Archives in Washington. Microfilm # "M 1328" Abstracts of Service Records of Naval Officers 1829-1924 contains some info on Biscoe. His entry is in Volume 19, starting on page 111. I don't know if the Archives staff can make these print outs. If not, you might be able to arrange a loan through your local LDS (Mormon) Church family history center.
Good luck in your research,
Added by Adam R on Sep 09, 2012 11:41 AM