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DAVIDSON - DAVISON FAMILY RESOURCE
TENNESSEE MISCELLANEOUS




Maury County Tennessee 
Deed Abstracts Books D E. and F  
Compiled by Virginia Wood Alexander 

Ridley, Moses pg 14
 D/179 John DAVIDSON of Maury to Vincent RIDLEY of Williamson County. for
#700.00, 200 a. on E. side Little Tombigby Creek, beginning 70 poles S E of a
noted rocky spring, the head spring of the Hurricane Branch, part of
DAVIDSON's 5000 a grant. Wit: Ephraim E DAVIDSON, Moses RIDLEY, Robert HEATHY
d. 3 May 1809 R. 8 sept 1810 John DaVIDSON

Ridley, V.
 pg 41  Had adjoining land to sale sept 1813  
                pg 79 witnessed sale 20 Nov 1815 
                pg 80 witnessed sale 20 Nov 1815

Ridley, Vincent
 pg 14 (see above) 
pg 44 had adjoining land to sale 24 Dec 1813
pg 91 adjoining land to sale 24 June 1815
pg 95 adjoining land to sale 21 Feb 1811

Ridley, Willis 
pg 85 witness to sale 26 Oct 1816
pg 96 adjacent land 26 Oct 1816
pg 98 witness to sale 26 Oct 1816



Franklin County, Tennessee

From "Register's Office, Land Entry Book" Vol 1, Apr 1824-May 1831, page
17:

No 66
$7.50
60 acres
Benjamin Wilkinson enters sixty acres of land in Franklin County on the
waters of Duck river-  Beginning four poles west of the southeast corner of
John Davidson 40 acre survey, Running west sixty poles with Davidsons line
thence south and east to the beginning.  June 26, 1824.

From "Register's Office, Land Entry Book" Vol 1, Apr 1824-May 1831, page
36:

No 151 $6.25
50 acres
William Rawlins enters 50 acres of land in the County of Franklin in the
State of Tennessee.  Beginning on a post oak near the road that goes from
Davidson's Mill on the Little Hurricane to the Big Hurricane, thence north
___ poles thence east ___poles, thence south ___poles, thence west
____poles to the beginning so as to include the house and plantation that
Osbourn lately lived in July 5th 1824.

"Register's Office, Land Entry Book" Vol 1, Apr 1824-May 1831, page
114:
No 551
$3.00
300 acres
(James or Jesse) Alexander enters three hundred acres of land lying in
Franklin county lying on both sides of the stage road (Viz) commencing on
the Hurricane branch 4 rods of the north east corner north of 20 acres
entry in the name of John Davidson running east ten rods thence south west
and north east to the said 20 acres so as to include the above amount. 
Jany 2 1826
                        J. Alexander, Locator

From "Register's Office, Land Entry Book" Deeds, Vol 1, page 187

No 943
$1.00
100 acres
State of Tennessee Franklin County
Absolam Faris enters one hundred acres of land on little Hurricane creek
below the mill on Samuel Hitowers south west corner where Wade Carsons line
leads said Hitowers then north with the west boundary to the corner then
west 20 poles & then north to entry in the name of John Davison west with
his line so as to make one hundred acres 13th day June 1826.
        Absolam Faris, Locator

"Register's Office, Land Entry Book" Vol 1, apr 1824-May 1831, page
254:

No 1273
$1.00
100 acres
State of Tennessee Lewis Davidson enters one hundred acres of land in
Franklin County lying on both sides of big hurricane of Elk river Beginning
on the east side of said creek twenty poles east of Jesse Sanders N.E.
corner of a 125 acre entry, running north to or near Carrolls line thence
west for complement February the 18th 1828

A list of the Free Taxable Inhabitants of Roane County AD 1805

In 1805 Roane County included much of the area that 
fell into Rhea and Bledsoe Counties upon their creation 
in 1807. Many of the names on this list are of record in Rhea, 
Bledsoe, and Morgan Counties. 

Original Record Number |First Name		 Last Name  
138                    Waltch(?)      		Davidson         
136                    William                  Davidson         

BAPTIST AND REFLECTOR 
   This paper was published in Nashville, TN which lies in
    Davidson County. It was the paper for the TN Baptist
                              Association. 
                          SEPTEMBER 15, 1892 
DAVIDSON. Sister Sarah, wife of J.J. Davidson and daughter of John Taylor
 was born September 16, 1838, and died August 20, 1892. She professed 
faith in Christ and united with the Baptist Church at Good Springs, in the 
year 1867; but during the latter part of her life, she became a member of 
the Concord Baptist Church, where she lived and died a beloved member 
of that church and was buried there. She bore her short and painful illness 
with patience and fortitude, and thought of the comfort of her family and 
friends. She lived a consistent life as a Christian; was a dutiful wife and 
a kind and loving mother. She leaves a husband and six children to mourn
 her death; but our loss is her eternal gain, which the bright realms of glory 
furnish to the redeemed souls.

                    W. S. STEPHENSON.

Chickamauga, Tenn. 

Tennessee Pension Roll of 1835
The Secretary of War in Relation to the Pension Establishment
of the United States  1835

ABRAHAM DAVIDSON
HUMPHRIES COUNTY
PRIVATE
VIRGINIA MILITIA
$60.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$180.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
SEPTEMBER 12, 1833 PENSION STARTED
AGE 79

GEORGE DAVIDSON
DICKSON COUNTY
PRIVATE
SOUTH CAROLINA LINE
$80.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$200.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
OCTOBER 2, 1833 PENSION STARTED
AGE 82

JOHN DAVIDSON
BEDFORD COUNTY
PRIVATE
NORTH CAROLINA LINE
$30.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$75.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
MAY 23, 1833 PENSION STARTED
AGE 75


BRACKETT DAVISON
MAURY COUNTY
PRIVATE
GENERAL COFFEE'S BRIGADE
$72.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$916.40 AMOUNT RECEIVED
JUNE 28, 1822 PENSION STARTED
$64.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$350.93 AMOUNT RECEIVED
SEPTEMBER 8, 1828 PENSION STARTED

TENNESSEANS IN THE WAR OF 1812 by Sistler
Enlisted Men, War of 1812        

DAVIDSON, ABNER, Pvt, Maj. Wilham Woodfolk, Capt. Abner Pearce, Inf.
joined from Capt. Neils Co.

DAVIDSON, ABNER, Pvt, Maj William Woodfolk, Capt. James Neil, Inf.

DAVIDSON, ABRAHAM,  Pvt, Col William Hall, Capt James Hambleton, Vol
Inf.

DAVIDSON, ALIN, Pvt, Col William Johnson, Capt James Stewart, E. TN
Mil; transferred

DAVIDSON, ALLEN, Pvt, Col Alexander Loury & Col Leroy Hammonds, Capt
Arahel Rains, Inf; Attached to Gen Taylor's Guard.

DAVIDSON, ASA, Cpl, Col Samuel Bunch, Capt Daniel Yarnell, E TN Mil

DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, Pvt, Col James Raulston, Capt James Black, Inf.

DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, Pvt, Col William Hall, Capt John Moore, Vol Inf;
on furlough.

DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, Pvt, Col William Johnson, Capt Elihu Millikin, E
TN Mil.

DAVIDSON, BRACKET, Pvt, Col Robert Dyer, Capt James McMahon, 1st TN Mtd
Vol Gunmen

DAVIDSON, BRYAN, Pvt, Col Edwin Booth, Capt. Porter, Drafted Mil.

DAVIDSON, CHARLETON, Sgt, Lt Col Archer Cheatam, Co Commander omitted,
Mtd Spies.

DAVIDSON, CHARLTON, 2 Sgt, Col John Coffee, Capt James Terrell, Vol
Cav.

DAVIDSON, EDWARD, Pvt, Col S Bunch, Capt S Roberson, E TN Drafted Mil;
deserted 4-12-1814.

DAVIDSON, EDWARD, Pvt, Regt Commander omitted, Capt Samuel Richardson,
E TN Drafted Mil; deserted 4-12-1814.

DAVIDSON, EPHRAIM E, Sgt Maj, Col Thomas McCrory, Co Commander
omitted, 2nd Regt. TN Mil; resigned.

DAVIDSON, EPHRAIM, Cpl, Brig Gen Isaac Roberts, Capt Benjamin
Reynolds, Mtd Rangers.

DAVIDSON, EPHRAIM, Pvt, Col Thomas McCrory, Capt William Dooley, Inf.

DAVIDSON, GEORGE, Cpl, Regt Commander omitted, Capt Robert Evans, Mtd
Spies

DAVIDSON, GEORGE, Pvt, Col Newt Cannon, Capt Martin, Mtd Gunmen; 
transferred to Capt Evan's Spies Co.

DAVIDSON, GEORGE, Pvt, Regt Commander omitted, Capt James Cowan, Mtd
Inf.

DAVIDSON, GILBERT, Pvt, Brig Gen Isaac Roberts, Capt Benjamin
Reynolds, Mtd Rangers.

DAVIDSON, GREEN, Pvt Lt Col Henry Bryan, Co Commander omitted, Inf.

DAVIDSON, JACOB, Pvt, Col S Wear, Capt Joseph Colloway, Mtd Inf

DAVIDSON, JAMES L., Pvt, Col Alexander Loury, Capt John Loone, W TN
Inf; d 4-15-1815?

DAVIDSON, JAMES, Pvt, Col John Brown, Capt Lunsford Oliver, E TN Mil.

DAVIDSON, JAMES, Pvt, Col Philip Pipkin, Capt David Smith, Inf.

DAVIDSON, JAMES, Pvt Col Robert Dyer, Capt Williams, Vol Mtd Gunmen; d
11-14-1814.

DAVIDSON, JOHN E. Pvt, Brig Gen Isaac Roberts, Capt Benjamin Reynolds,
Mtd Rangers.

DAVIDSON, JOHN O, Pvt, Col Robert Dyer, Capt Ephraim Dickson, 1st TN
Mtd Vol Gunmen.

DAVIDSON, JOHN O.,Pvt, Gen Andrw Jackson, Capt Nathan Davis, Inf

DAVIDSON, JOHN O? Pvt, Regt Commander omitted, Capt David Mason, Cav; 
promoted to Cpl.

DAVIDSON, JOHN JR, Pvt, Col John Brown, Capt Lunsford Oliver, E TN
Mil.

DAVIDSON, JOHN, Pvt, Col John Cocke, Capt John Weakley, Inf.

DAVIDSON, JOHN, Pvt, Col N T Perkins, Capt John Doak, Vol Mtd Gunmen;
sick on furlough 2-7-1814.

DAVIDSON, JOHN, Pvt, Col NT Perkins, Capt Marr, Mtd Vol.

DAVIDSON, JOHN, Pvt, Col Robert Dyer, Capt Buthbert Hudson, Vol Mtd
Gunmen.

DAVIDSON, JOHN, Pvt, Col Robert Dyer, Capt Williams, Vol Mtd Gunmen.

DAVIDSON, JOSEPH, Pvt, Col S Copeland, Capt William Evans, Mil Inf;
sick absent 3-27-1814 at Ft. Strother.

DAVIDSON, JOSEPH, Sgt, Lt Col John Edmondson, Co Commander omitted,
Cav

DAVIDSON, JOSEPH, Pvt, Col NT Perkins, Capt James McMahon, Mtd Gunmen

DAVIDSON, JOSHUA, Pvt, Col Robert Dyer, Capt James McMahon, 1 TN Mtd
Vol Gunmen.

DAVIDSON, JOSHUA, Pvt, Col William Lillard, Capt William Hamilton, E
TN Vol Inf; substitute for Martin Miller.

DAVIDSON, RICHARD, Pvt, Col James Raulston, Capt Mathew Cowan, Inf.

DAVIDSON, ROBERT, Pvt, Col Edwin Booth, Capt John Sharp, E TN Mil.

DAVIDSON, ROBERT, Pvt, Col Samuel Bunch, Capt S Robertson, E TN
Drafted Mil.

DAVIDSON, ROBERT, Pvt Regt Commander omitted, Capt Samuel Richardson,
E TN Drafted Mil.

DAVIDSON, SAMUEL C. Pvt, Maj John Childs, Capt John Stephens, E TN Mtd
Vol Mil.

DAVIDSON, SAMUEL I, l Lt, Col John Brown, Capt Lunsford Oliver, E TN
Mil.

DAVIDSON, THOMAS, Pvt, Col William Johnson, Capt Elihu Milliken, 3rd
Regt E  TN Mil; substitute for Buck Sutton.

DAVIDSON, THOMAS, Pvt, Maj Gen William Carroll, Co Commander omitted,
Inf; promoted to Cpl, d 1-30-1815.

DAVIDSON, THOMAS, Pvt, Maj William Woodfolk, Capt John Sutton,Capt
Abraham Dudney, Inf.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM JR, Pvt, Col John Brown, Capt Lunsford Oliver, E TN
Mil.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Pvt, Col Leroy Hammonds, Capt James Craig, Inf.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Pvt, Col Samuel Bayless, Capt Allen Bacon, E TN Mil

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Pvt, Col William Metcalf, Capt William Sitton, Mil
Inf; d-3-20-1815.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Pvt, Lt Col A Cheatham, Co Commander omitted, Inf.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Pvt, Lt Col Henry Bryan, Co Commander omitted, Inf.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Pvt, Maj John Childs, Capt John Stephens, E Tn Vol
Mtd Inf.

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, Ens, Col John Brown, Capt Lunsford Oliver, E. Tn
Mil, Res omitted.                                                      

PIONEERS OF DAVIDSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE by E. R. Whitley
P14 - Twenty two hundred and thirty five free male inhabitants
  in Davidson County, Tennessee in 1812.  Minute Book 1809-1812
  July 1812/Cpt Kincade's Co. #13 WILLIAM DAVIDSON.    

New Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Roane Co., Tennessee
Davidson, Permelia J. w/o W. C. Davidson Jul. 1, 1817, Aug. 22, 1897
Taylor Family of Lincoln County, Tennessee
DAVIDSON, Alexander L. b. 1825	m.	Milly M.4 TAYLOR, b. circa 1832



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