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Joan Mills (#48190516)
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Tom & Julie Salvato
RE: LLoyd Allen Mills
David and're welcome for the photo. We are so glad to help! The cemetery was decorated for Memorial Day and we wanted to make sure the flag was included. The cemetery was beautiful, a lot of work for the boy scouts and other volunteers as there are nearly 140,000 internments there. If we can be of further help in the west-central Florida area, please let us know. Tom and Julie
Added by Tom & Julie Salvato on May 27, 2015 7:47 PM
Karen Davison
RE: William might be one of my grate farthers
Sorry for the delay. William did have a son named William, however, I do not know his date of birthday or death. William the father was one of 8 children of John (the Blacksmith) Davison. John lived from 1710-1798. His son William Davison (who fought in the Revolutionary War) from 1758-1832. William's son John W. Davison (the Squire) who was my great-great grandfather lived from 1788-1881. So many Davison's used the same names over and over. The children of William Davison (Revolutionary War) were: Joseph, Sarah, John W., Jane, Nancy, Matthew R., Margaret, James W., William, Catharine, Ezekiel, and George W. Quite a large family!
Added by Karen Davison on Jan 17, 2014 5:06 PM

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