Faison's Old Tavern Genealogy Project

Davis1822

Name
Davis
Surname
Davis
Birth 1822 30
Note: This unnamed female child born to Priscilla Parks was the subject of a bastardry bond proceeding against Sterling Davis conducted on 4 Dec 1822 in the Northampton County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. The date range for this female child's birth makes her a candidate for consideration as the Nancy Davis (ca. 1822 - 1879) who delivered the Faison's Old Tavern Davises to John Thomas Allen.
Birth of a half-sisterTemperence Davis
about 1824 (Age 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherArthur Davis
June 1832 (Age 10 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherTabitha
about February 1833 (Age 11 years)
Note: Her estimated date of death is based upon her 17 Dec 1832 will and the instrument's March 1833 probate. Her place of death is assumed to be Northampton Co., NC because she resided there all of her adult life and it is the location of her estate and of its probate.
Death of a half-sisterTemperence Davis
September 1899 (Age 77 years)
Pearl Harbor 1941 (Age 119 years)
Note: Japanese conduct surprise attack on the U. S. fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, forcing U. S. entry into World War II.
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Marriage: June 1, 1812Northampton Co., NC, USA
19 months
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8 years
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5 years
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Birth
This unnamed female child born to Priscilla Parks was the subject of a bastardry bond proceeding against Sterling Davis conducted on 4 Dec 1822 in the Northampton County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. The date range for this female child's birth makes her a candidate for consideration as the Nancy Davis (ca. 1822 - 1879) who delivered the Faison's Old Tavern Davises to John Thomas Allen.