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Edward Davis (abt. 1780 - abt. 1823)

Edward Davis
Born about in Camden District, Kershaw County, South Carolina, United States of Americamap
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Husband of — married 1804 in South Carolinamap
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Died about in Greene County, Mississippi, United States of Americamap
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From Georgia Passports, page 297 -

03 MAR 1812, On application, ORDERED, That Passports be prepared for the following persons to travel thro' the Indian Nation to the Western Country, viz, One for Messrs. Edward DAVIS and James DAVIS, the former with his wife and four negroes, and the latter with his wife, two children and two negroes all from Kershaw district South Carolina.


Note: *Camden district, SC became Kershaw Co, SC. .


  • Who Married Whom in Greene County Mississippi by Strickland
  • Greene Co, MS & Wayne Co, MS cemetery books.
  • Data from Evelyn Burnett & W.W. Mills, Sr. found in DAVIS file located in the Genealogy Collection at Pascagoula Library, Pascagoula, MS.
  • 1821 Land Grant
  • Greene Co, MS tax rolls-
1819 Edward Davis, 426 acres, 4th class 2d quality land, tax 1.72 1/2; 1 shite poll, 3 slaves, tax 5.72 1/2
1820 Edward Davis, 3 polls, 2 slaves, tax 2.25
  • US Federal Census - 1810, Kershaw Co., SC
  • US Federal Census - 1820, Greene Co., MS
2M-10-16; 1M-26-45; 3F-UNDER 10; 1F-10-16; 1F-26-45
  • US Federal Census - 1830 Wayne Co., MS
1M-UNDER 10; 1M-10-20; 2F-10-20; 1F-40-60
  • 1845 Wayne Co., MS State Census also shows Jane Davis as head of household

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