Davis, Davies, David descended of the Welsh line through
Connecticut, central New York and Long Island
prior to 1750.
Hallock in Suffolk County, British Colonial New York
before and after the Revolution
Lyon in Westchester County, New York &
Fairfield County, Connecticut 1620 to 1850
GuthrieClan in New York, Connecticut, and Scotland
prior to 1800, including Carnegy, Lyall, Turnbull, Leslie
Bitz in New York, Connecticut, New York, and
Germany prior to 1800
Jacoby in Germany prior to 1900
Barnum in America prior to 1900
and England prior to 1800
Mead in Fairfield County, Connecticut and England
1620 to 1850, including Merritt and Purdy
DAVIS burials on Long Island prior to 1750 at Find A Grave
Long Island Genealogy lists a number of Davis private cemeteries here: . The listed names are part of ongoing research with the Town of Brookhaven.
I have established these Cemetery Categories in order to group Davis family members according to their respective interments. Links in brackets are WikiTree category lists for each.
Cedar Hill Cemetery Category , Port Jefferson, New York
Davis (Floyd Davis) Family Cemetery Category , Mount Sinai, New York
Davis Family Cemetery Category , Coram, New York
Union Cemetery Category, Middle Island, New York
Sea View Cemetery Category , Mount Sinai, New York
Downstate New York Cemeteries
The Joseph Davis Private Cemetery, Mt. Sinai, contains 14 Davis burials of the late 1700's: Link 
The former Davis Private Cemetery, Seaview, contains 2 Davis burials: Link 
The Ancient Davis Burying Ground Mt. Sinai, contains 13 Davis burials: Link 
The Brookfield Cemetery, Manorville, contains 13 Davis burials : Link 
The Sea View Cemetery contains 234 Davis burials: Link 
The Cedar Grove Cemetery at Patchogue contains 37 Davis burials, after 1800: Link 
The Eliakim Davis Private Cemetery at Mt. Sinai contains 18 Davis burials: Link 
The Davis (Samuel Davis) Family Cemetery at Mt. Sinai on Mt. Sinai Road contains 23 Davis burials: Link  and also here: 
The Union Cemetery in Middle Village contains 98 Davis burials: Link 
The Greenlawn Cemetery, Oneida County, New York contains 17 Davis burials: Link 
The Seamans Cemetery, Savona, Steuben County, New York contains 11 Davis burials: link 
The Wading River Cemetery Wading River, Suffolk County, New York contains 12 Davis burials and many other family names linked by marriage: link 
Upstate New York Cemeteries
The Verona Cemetery, Oneida County, New York contains 21 Davis burials: link 
The Reed Corners Cemetery, Gorham, New York contains 13 Davis burials and some in-law burials as well, mostly of the Josiah Davis+Ann Hopeful Jefferds descendants. link  and the Find-a-Grave link: . See the Davis/Davies note below.
DAVIS Meeting House , Coram, New York []. The Davis Meeting House is the former Lester Davis House, c.1750, is most likely the homestead of Elijah Davis (1727-1802) and is a recognized historic site.
Norman was born in New York, USA in 1954
Our American roots include many ancestors with Military records in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, WW1 and WW2.
A number of my direct ancestors were part of the "Great Puritan Migration" from 1600-1680 and were the first pioneer settlers to establish the towns of
Rye, New York
Warwick, Rhode Island
Gardiner's Island, New York
Italy Hollow, NY
Reed's Corners, Ontario County, NY
Brookhaven, Coram, Southaven, Mt. Sinai, Long Island Elnathan Davis Profile lists many of his descendants and is a work in progress
Frontier towns after leaving New York in the early 1800's in Ohio, Iowa,
Many of my New York ancestors are interred in Canandaigua, NY at various cemeteries. There are associated branches of the family from Connecticut and Massachusetts there as well. 
My dad Norman C. Davis Jr. authored "Westchester Patriarchs" 
First-hand information. Entered by Norman Davis at registration.
Studwell Family of Fairfield County, Connecticut, pub.1899
New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial, Volume IV, compiled under the direction of William Richard Cutter, A.M., pub. 1913
History and Genealogy of the Cock, Cocks, Cox Family, compiled by George William Cocks, assisted by John Cox, Jr. pub. 1914
Death Records of the Second Congregational Church, Greenwich, Connecticut
Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, by Spencer P. Mead, LL.B., pub. 1911
Pelletreau, William. Early Long Island Wills of Suffolk County, 1691-1703 (Francis P. Harper, New York, 1897) Page 12-14 
Davis, William Church 1866 - The Ancestry and Posterity of Joseph Davis (1773-1865) of Norway, New York, and his wife, Elizabeth Hallock Davis.
Maffett-21 Frances Emma Maffett, 1832; I suspect that she is the daughter of Norman Moffitt, but have found nothing to prove that. He was possibly married to Phebe ____, and research into Phebe Moffitt in the geographical area of Frances Emma Maffett is very suggestive of that connection. But, no proof to date. Update Jan 16, 2020 Recently added profile Phebe Moffitt Arnold-14764, b. 1795, d. 1888 in Stephentown, New York. She married Claudius Moffitt. She was a sister to Joseph Hopkins Arnold; he was father to Mandana Arnold, who was the mother of Lucretia Arnold Morgan Davis in Cayuga, New York. More research needed.
Werner-1562 Catherina Werner, 1837: records found to date indicate her parents Jacob Werner and possibly Catherina Engel, but no proof. The trail ends with them, so far.
Mitchel-419 Peter Mitchel, 1782: The name is so common in Scotland. There are more than one, married to Margaret. The notes for his profile are based on his daughter's records, and that's the end of the trail for Peter, so far.
A special note here to my relatives or others who may be following:
For many years, family lore has held that one of my ancestors Adolphus FlintFlint-1961 was the son of an unknown Flint, who married to an Onondaga - or possible Canandaigua - tribal woman. My father spent a good deal of time researching this and found nothing to support the story, yet it persisted because nothing was found to refute it, either. Recent research, and the discovery of records not previously available in Ontario County, New York, have shown that the story is not true. The full story is at his profile page.
The Davis/Davies question:
There are a number of Davis/Davies family interments in the Reed Corners Cemetery who do not appear to be related; they are descended of William P. Davies b.1789 in Wales, d. 11 May 1853 in Pennsylvania. It is his son Ezekial S. Davis (1818-1888) who establishes the Ontario County NY line of this family. I can find no familial connection to date but the coincidence of two Davis/Davies lines in such a remote and undeveloped part of New York is intriguing. The fact that William P. Davies is known to have come from Wales sometime after 1823, and the fact that our "New World" ancestor Fulke Davis/Davy also came from Wales, but around 1640, is especially intriguing, but to date the Welsh records have not provided a clue as to whether they are of the same family, or completely unrelated. There are living today a number of Davis/Davies/David families in and around Glamorgan, Wales - the place they may have both been born. An interesting place to start is here with a Glamorgan Davies family: , and also, FreeBDM, a volunteer UK records transcription site 
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