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DAVIDSON - DAVISON FAMILY RESOURCE
MILITARY RECORDS



Wars of the United States

Soldiers of the Revolutionary War      Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements  

Revolutionary War Pensioners - Tennessee   Revolutionary War Pensioners - Virginia  

Soldiers of the Civil War   American Civil War (ACW) photographs

Davidson - Davidson - War of 1812  Tennesseans in the War of 1812  

 Pensioners of 1813 & 1820   1835 Pension Roll

1900 Military Census-Foreign Service   

Nashville National Cemetery

Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836-1935  

Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements 

George Davidson W283 Tennessee, Dickson County    
Giles Davidson S6790
Virginia, Amherst County   
John Davidson S1758
Tennessee, Bedford County  
John Davidson S8304
  Virginia, Rockbridge County  
John Davidson S31639
Georgia, Jasper County    
Joseph Davison W4175
Georgia, Pike County   
Josiah Davidson R2692
Tennessee, Hickman County

 

Davidson Patriots and Veterans.txt"

'DAVIDSON FAMILY 

Alexander Davidson (born 6 January 1751, died 1840):
private in a Massachusetts unit; married (1st) to--- Mears
and (2nd) to Elizabeth Clark.

Alexander Davidson (born before 1755,died 1818):
captain in a North Carolina unit; married to Henrietta Clayton.

Asa Davidson (born 1 September 1736, died January 1824):
private in a Connecticut unit; married to Sarah Pride.

Benjamin Davidson ( born 21 September 1736, died 23 August 1815):
private in a Massachusetts unit ; married to Mary King.

Benjamin Davidson (born 19 Octbor 1761, died 16 February 1831):
 matross in a Massachusetts unit; married to Roxy Norton. 

Benjamin Davidson (bom 1743, died 1825):
 private in a North Carolina unit; married to Anne - - - -. 

Daniel Davidson (baptized 4 June 1734, died after 1798):
 private in a Connecticut unit; married to Margaret Searls. 

Daniel Davidson (born 1749, died January 1830):
 private in a Connecticut unit; married to Catharine Davis. 

Daniel Davidson, Sr. (born 1733, died 6 June 1828):
 sergeant in a Massachusetts unit; pensioned;
 married (Ist) to Abigail Sumner and 
(2nd) to Martha Harrington. 

Daniel Davidson, Jr. (born 1764, died 1854):
 corporal in a Massachusetts unit; pensioned;
 married to Elizabeth Thayer Nelson. 

Daniel Davidson (born 1748, died 1819):
 major in a Virginia unit; married to Prudence Izard. 

David Davidson (born 1751, died February 1836): 
sergeant in a Pennsylvania unit; married to Agnes Moore. 

David Davidson (born 1764, died 15 December 1822):
  private in a Virginia unit; pensioned;
married to Maza Phillips. 

Douglas Davidson ( born 3 November 1746, died 1 January 1825):
 private in a Connecticut unit; married to Aseneth Ives. 

Edward Davidson (born 1750, died August 1827): 
private in a Virginia unit; married (Ist) to Eliza Stevenson
 and (2nd) to Elizabeth Ikes. 

Elias Davidson (born 1736, died before 23 April 1806):
 Captain in a Pennsylvania unit; married to Agnes McDowell. 

Ezra Davidson (born 12 August 1765, died 29 April 1834):
 matross in a Connecticut unit; married to Diadamia Smith. 

DAVIDSON-L from jotiff   "jotiff@gte.net"


S. Bassett French Biographical Sketches. 
Samuel Bassett French (1820-1898), attorney, judge, Confederate Officer, 
and editor, was a Norfolk native who lived in Chesterfield County and Richmond.
Between 1890 and 1897 and in preparation for an intended biographical
dictionary to be titled Annals of Prominent Virginians of the XIX Century,
French compiled biographical information on almost 9,000 men, often
obtaining information either from the subject or members of the immediate
family. This collection consists of those handwritten notes.
 


Corinth National Cemetery 

DAVIDSON, MARCUS 
d. AUG 3, 1862 PVT A 2171 


The ten volume set of books that this indexes is called "Florida militia 
muster rolls, Seminole Indian wars," published in St. Augustine, Florida 
by the Florida Department of Military Affairs.  
This is an Index.  The Numbers after each name indicate the volume and page number.


Davidson, J N
  Pvt, 05:066-69

Davidson, John
  Corp, 06:074-75, 06:076-77
  Pvt, 09:033-34, 09:035-36, 08:105-106, 09:112-113

Davidson, John W
  Pvt, 06:078-79, 06:080-81 06:082-83, 06:084-85

Davidson, Moses
  Pvt, 06:008-9, 06:010-11 06:012-13, 06:014-15, 06:016-17 06:022-23,
  06:024-25, 06:007, 03:093, 03:095

Davidson, Moses H
  Pvt, 10:070-71, 10:072-73

Davidson, R H M
  Pvt, 10:127-128

Davidson, William P
  Bugler, 05:056-57


MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY E, 35th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA  C. S. A.
CAMPBELL COUNTY, GEORGIA,  CAMPBELL VOLUNTEERS

Davidson, J. M. private February 10, 1862. 
Absent, sick, April 1862. No later record. 

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY "G", 15th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA
C. S. A.
LINCOLN COUNTY, GEORGIA
LAMAR CONFEDERATES 
DAVIDSON, James (or Davison) - private July 15,1861. Detailed in Navy 
Yards at Charleston, S.C. in 1862. Serving as carenter of the Charleston 
Station in 1862. No later record. 


Civil War Medal of Honor Recipients, from Hawkins County, Tennessee

DAVIDSON, ANDREW
Rank and organization: Assistant Surgeon, 47th Ohio Infantry. Place 
and date: At Vicksburg, Miss., 3 May 1863. Entered service at: 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Birth: Middlebury, Vt. Date of issue: 17 October
1892. Citation: Voluntarily attempted to run the enemy's batteries.

DAVIDSON, ANDREW
Rank and organization: First Lieutenant, Company H, 30th U.S. Colored 
Troops. Place and date: At the mine, Petersburg, Va., 30 July 1864. 
Entered service at: Otsego County, N.Y. Born: 12 February 1840, 
Scotland. Date of issue: 17 October 1892. Citation: One of the first 
to enter the enemy's works, where, after his colonel, major, and one-
third the company officers had fallen, he gallantly assisted in rallying 
and saving the remnant of the command.