Davidson - Davidson Family Resource - Lancaster Co. Records - Pennsylvania Return

DAVIDSON - DAVISON FAMILY RESOURCE
LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA RECORDS




Little Britain Cemetery (old)

also known as the Sidwell or Carmichael Graveyard

At the site of the first Little Britain Presbyterian Church. The cemetery is fenced in and located west of Pilottown road, north of a farm road in
Fulton Township, Lancaster Co., PA

CARMICHAEL CEMETERY - first cemetery of the Little Britain Presbyterian Church

John DAVIDSON Died Sept. 7, 1759 age 21


I am interested in the DAVISON/DAVIDSON family which may have resided in Lancaster County in the mid 1700s. My ancestor,
John Davison, was born ca. 1740 in PA and is reported to have lived in Cumberland County. He may have been a son of John
DAVIDSON/DAVISON andhis wife who is said to have been nee' CRAIG. He may have also had a brother named Hugh
DAVIDSON. The younger John DAVISON removed to York Co., SC in the 1760s and died there in 1816. He had children: Hugh,
John, Robert, Elias, Charles, William, Katherine, Mary, Jacob and Isaac. Any information will be appreciated. John H. Smallwood,
Jr., P. O. Box 591, Canton, MS 39046-0591 
John H. Smallwood, Jr. 
Canton, MS USA - Saturday, May 31, 1997 at 14:58:52 (EDT)


Tax Lists: 1771 Proprietary Tax List, Lancaster Borough, Lancaster Co, PA

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                           1771 Lancaster Borough

                       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

                            Proprietary Tax List

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                Taken from PA Archives, Series 3, Volume 17.
    This list has been alphabetised with spellings as found in the text.
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Name                          Acres   Horses  Cattle  Servants    Tax


DAVISON, James                                  1                2 .0
DAVISON, Rob't                          1                       19 .0


Wills: John Barnet, 1734: Lancaster County

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Submitted courtsy of the Southern Lancaster County Historical Society, 
P.O Box 33 Quarryville Pa 17566  or e-mail to SLCHS@aol.com
Typed by Marie Malark (Please note the will was typed as it appears, including the typo's the original has in it.)

Will Book A, Vol1, page #15 Lancaster county Archives
 Proved Oct. 1, 1734


JOHN BARNET
deceased
IN the name of God AMANE I Johm Barnet being weake but of perfect memory blefed
 be God 
I first commit my soul to the lord and my Boddey to the Grave my hope of a
 betfed resurechon 
first I leave to my well be loved Wife the sum of Twenty pounds to be payd out
 of the Cattell & crop that is now on ye ground and the remainder of ye Crop 
to maintain her & the famely 
and next I leave to my beloved Sons John and Joseph my plantation Equally 
to be divided between them and if it please God that one of them Dy's the other
 shall have it all ans in case that both dye I leave it to my well Beloved sons
Robert & James equally to be divided but if it Pleas God to Spair John and
 Joseph to the Years of Mattorety and John desire to have all the place it 
shall be vallved by two Indifferent men and John shall pay to Joseph the half 
of the said Vallve and I leave to my son John one Black year old C oult and to 
John and Joseph I leave my Working horses namly one Hors & too mean to each
an equall part and to my Beloved daighther Rebeckah I leave one Bay hors Coult
 cuning three year old and two cows to be given her afs the Stock when it will
 Suit best with her Convnencey and my wifes - and to my befoued Daughter
Marey I leave one Black Mear six year old and if she live on the Place with her
 mother and ye boys till she come to Age she shall then have two cows and in
 case gos to her own hand she shall have but one cow when shee is of Age and 
for and in consideration of Ten Pounds payd to me in hand by by son Robert I
leave my son Robert One hundred and fifty nine acres of land that is to say the
 warrent right and survey which he hath now Jin pofeson on the South East End 
of the land I leave and beqath to my Daughter Jean on Red Coulerd and white
 faced Heffer Coming two year old and one rugo Or bed quilt this is my Will
and Testment given under my hand this first Day of July in ye Year of our
 Lord and Saviour Jefufus Christ 1734
                                                    Johm ( His mark)Barnet (Seal)

Wittnes Present Allexr. Davison, James Whithill
 
I order ye Managment of my affairs at my deceas into the hands of my well
 beloved Wife and my son Robit as Adminesterators and Guardens to the Children
 whill under age.


Will proved Oct. 1, 1734

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Tax List
1724
Donnegal Twp, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, Colonial America
Donegal:

Now part of Lancaster County, Donegal was created from a portion of
Conestoga township in 1723.

Taxables, 1724

James LeTort, James Mitchell, George Stewart, John Galbreath, John
Davenporte, David McClure, Alexander Hutchinson, Ronald Chambers, John
Alison, John Haris, Patrick Campbell, Thomas Wilkens, Samuel Fulton,
William Wilkins, Evin Evin, John Burt, John Gardner, Peter Allen,
James Galbreath, John Mitchell, Robert Mondy, Alexander McKeen, Joseph
Woork, Richard Alison, Robert Bowhinan, James Cunningham, Samuel
Smith, James Rodey, Thomas Howard, Gordon Howard, Thomas Ballie,
William Maybee, William Hay, Robert McFarlan, Hugh White, John Taylor,
Ephraim Moor, Robert Midltown, Hugh McKeen, William Brams, James
Smith, John Kar, Malcolm Kar, John Davison, James Kyle, Andrew
Cornish, William Grant, Stephen Atkinson, Joseph Clapman, Edward
Daugherty, James Patterson, Joh McKerty

Non-resident Land: Jeremiah Longhorn, Peter Bazilon




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