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Edward R. Davison family : Edward, soldier of the Revolution

history by Ralph E. Davison
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
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[Des Moines, Iowa : R.E. Davison, c1977
[7, 126] leaves : ill., coat of arms, maps, ports.

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Edward R. Davison, Revolutionary War soldier and Indian fighter, was born in 1750 in Augusta County, Virginia, the son of John and Jane Davison. He married three times and was the father of at least twelve children. He explored in Kentucky as early as 1775 and was living near Versaille, Kentucky, in 1792, when he married his second wife. He migrated from Bourbon County, Kentucky, to Pickaway County, Ohio, in 1805. He died there in 1827. Descendants listed, chiefly some descendants of his son, Robert Davison (1798-1881), lived in Ohio, Iowa, and elsewhere.

Includes other members of the Davison family and extracts from marriage, land, census, and other records in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Iowa. Also includes copies from history books, obituaries, family documents, etc.

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