Abt 1805 - Aft 1880 (~ 76 years)
||Davis, Francis W [2, 3, 4, 5] |
||probably Sumter County, GA
||MK's Family Tree
||4 Jun 2017 |
||Dillard, Mary N, b. ABT. 1812, Burke County, GA , d. BEF. 20 Jun 1870, AL (Age ~ 58 years) |
||15 Sep 1833
||Jefferson County, FL
| ||1. Davis, Sara Ann, b. 8 Dec 1834, Madison County, FL , d. 11 Oct 1902, Terrell County, GA (Age 67 years) [natural]|
| ||2. Davis, Damarias M, b. ABT. 1839, GA , d. BEF. 6 Jul 1876 (Age ~ 37 years) [natural]|
| ||3. Davis, Marintha C, b. ABT. 1840, GA , d. BEF. 6 Jul 1876 (Age ~ 36 years) [natural]|
| ||4. Davis, Turner Lee, b. ABT. 1845, GA , d. 10 July 1922, Bonifay, FL (Age ~ 77 years) [natural]|
| ||5. Davis, Cassandra E, b. ABT. 1848, GA , d. BEF. 14 Jun 1860 (Age ~ 12 years) [natural]|
| ||6. Davis, Sampson Dillard, b. ABT. 1850, GA , d. AFT. 8 Jan 1920 (Age ~ 70 years) [natural]|
| ||7. Davis, Mary F., b. ABT. 1857, GA [natural]|
||4 Jun 2017 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- 1850 DAVIS FRANCIS W. Sumter County GA 161 16th District
4 Sept 1850
239 Davis Francis W 44 M Farmer $1800 GA
Mary 38 F GA
Sarah 15 F FL
Demersis? 11 F GA
Mirantha 1 F GA
Turner 5 M GA
Cassandra 2 F GA
Sampson 4/12 M GA
Neal John A 52 M GA Idiot
Feagin James F 21 M GA Idiot
Dillard Sarah 70 F SC
1860 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Sumter > District 16 > Renwick & Americus
14 June 1860
135 Davis Francis W 55 M Farmer $1200 $693 GA
Mary 48 F GA
Turner L 15 M Student GA
Samson D 10 M GA
Mary F 5 F GA
Birdsong Joseph 15 M farmlabourer GA
1870 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Sumter > Americus
20 June 1870
245 Davis Francis W 64 M W Farmer $1000 $300 GA
Mary F 15 F W Keeps house GA
Sampson D 20 M W Farm Laborer GA
1880 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Sumter > All Townships > District 73
7 June 1880
173 Davis Francis W Self W M 78 Wd GA Eng - Farmer
Sampson D Son W M 30 S GA GA GA Farm laborer
Mary F Dau W F 23 S GA GA GA Keepinghouse
Per Earl C Davis
Event: Land 18 Dec 1835 Jefferson Co, FL
Note: Book C, 42. Darius Williams and John Craig (Darius Willams & Co) sell to Francis W. Davis, Lot No. 3 of sec. 36 in T3, R4, n&e--80 acres for $150.
Event: Land 30 Jan 1837 Jefferson Co, FL
Note: Francis W. Davis sells the land he bought a couple of years ago from Darius Williams, et. al, to William Blackburn for $150. Francis W. can write, his wfe cannot write. Book C, 43.
Event: Slaves & inheritance 23 Nov 1837 Jefferson Co, FL
Note: Francis W. Davis deeded household items, slave Cate and her two children, Jerusha and Martha, to Cyntha and Ann davis.
Note: Conflict on the date on which Francis turns the slaves over to Ann and Cynthia. Deed Book C, 295 says Francis W. Davis sells to Cyntha and Ann Davis for $100 a negro girl Cate, 2 children. July 23, 1838.
Territory of Florida
Know all men by these presents that I, Francis W. Davis, one of the parties grantees in the foregoing bill of sale from Samuel Davis, for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to me in hand paid at & before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath given, granted bargained, sold ____ confirmed and conveyed unto Cyntha Davis and Ann Davis, all my right and title in and to the written mentioned negro girl Cate and her two children Jerusa and Martha likewise all my right title and claim to certain household and kitchen furniture consisting of beds and bed clothes, pots, oven and etc.
To have and to hold the same to their own proper use and benefit, and the said Francis W. Davis will forever warrant and defend the right and title of the said property to the said Cyntha and Ann Davis against myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, etc.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 23rd day of November, AD 1837.
Francis W. Davis17
Event: Sells Land 13 Jan 1837 Jefferson Co, FL
Note: Deed Book C, 43-44. Francis W. Davis sells to William Blackburn for $150, Lot #3 of section 36 in Township 3, Range 4, n&e, 80 acres. His wife is Mary Davis, she makes her mark, he signs.
Jan 17, 1848, Francis W. Davis bought from James White, for $250, the south half of lot #26, district 16 in Sumpter, previously Lee Co. 101 and 1/4 acres.
Nov 12, 1855, Francis W. Davis gives to his daughter Sary Ann P. Hammond, wife of Willis Hammond, a tract of land in the 16th district of originally Lee Co, but now Sumpter Co, known and distinquished in the plan of the 16th district by the number 26. Thirty-five acres in the southeast corner. Deed of gift was recorded on April 27, 1858
Sept 17, 1856, Francis W. Davis of Sumpter Co, GA. gives his children--Damaris M., Marintha C., Turner L., Casandria E., Sampson D., and Mary F.--a tract of land in Sumpter Co: district 16, #26. The tract contains 202 1/2 acres, excpting 35 acres in the northeast corner of tract. He also gives them a "certain negro woman named Sary, 45 years of age, of dark complixon and speaks very bad and is ___ five feet high or there abouts." He gives the slave, "together with all my horses that is one large gray mare and one bay horse one yoke of oxens and waggon, one Jersy waggon kitchen furniture." This deed of gift was witnessed by: Edmond Matthews and N. Hammond, JP
In 1858, Jan 20, 1858, James White sells for $250, the land in #26 in 16th district in Sumpter, previously Lee Co, to Sampson Dillard. It is the land lying north of an east-west line through center of lot. It is 101 1/4 acres. Sampson Dillard is probably the father of Mary Dillard.
Another Indenture was made July 6, 1876 between W. W. Hammond and wife, Turner L. Davis, S. D. Davis, and Mary F. Davis, heirs of Damarias M. Davis, Marintha C. Davis, Casand(ra?) E. Davis deceased. They want the land divided in the following manner: "W.W. Hammond in light of his wife shall have for their part the land lying west and north of the land in their possession amounting to one-fourth of said lot. The said T. L. Davis shall have the northeast corner of said lot for his share, S.D. Davis the nwest? corner of said lot for his share, Mary F. Davis the southwest corner of said lot for her share, each amounting to one-fourth of said lot of land." They divided this land "without the necessity of an administration of the estate of the said deceased sisters of D.M, M.C, C.E. Davis. They signed--W.W. Hammonds "and for wife", T. L. Davis, S.D. Davis, and Mary F. Davis made her mark. This indenture was recorded March 3, 1877.
Jan 10, 1880, Turner L. Davis, for $320, sells to Sampson D. davis 50 acres off southeast corner of #26, district 16 (new district).
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