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The Davis family; a history of the descendants of William Davis, and his wife Mary Means (1912) (14783067873)


The Davis family; a history of the descendants of William Davis, and his wife Mary Means (1912) (14783067873)



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Title: The Davis family; a history of the descendants of William Davis, and his wife Mary Means
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Davis, Thomas Kirby, 1826-
Subjects: Davis family (Samuel Davis, 1669-1758) Davis family (William Davis, 1730-1824)
Publisher: Norwood, Mass., Imprinted for the family, by the Plimpton press
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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rison, of Fort Madison, Iowa.On January 10, 1903, this sweet young woman was calledaway from earthly scenes by One, in whose presence is fulness of joy, and at whose right hand are pleasuresfor evermore. 3. Charlesetta Wallace MacHenry was born inJanesville, and baptized in Trinity Church, by the rector,Mr. Wallace. She was educated, as her sisters had been,in the schools of Janesville, and at Kemper Hall. OnJune 3, 1902, she was married to Alfred WellmanSchaefer, in Memphis, Tenn., by Dr. F. L. Davenport,rector of Trinity Church, in that city. Their home isin Baltimore, Md. Mr. Schaefer was at the time oftheir marriage, and still is, a trusted traveler for theAlbert Dickinson Seed Company. He is a communicantin Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal Church, of Baltimore,and is a courteous, educated gentleman, honored by allwho know him. In 1884 Mrs. MacHenry moved to Kenosha, Wis., tobe near Kemper Hall, where her daughters were educated.In 1893 she went to Pittsburg. But in 1899 she returned
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MRS. HENRY JOHN BAILEY IV. JOHN 153 to the West, and to Fort Madison, Iowa, to be near herdaughter Lilian. She remained there, to be near thegrave of her dearly loved daughter. I stay, she writes,for a mound in the cemetery is dearer to me than Ican tell, and she does not seem so far away, when I havethe privilege of making her resting-place beautiful. 3. Catherine Graydon, fifth child and third daugh-ter of John and Eliza Davis McFaden, was born in Pitts-burg, Pa., April 30, 1838. She attended the publicschools and the Pittsburgh Female College, also Dr.Varians Seminary and Miss Tallents Private School ofMeadville, Pa. Catherine Graydon McFaden was married to HenryJohn Bailey on August 15, 1865, in St. Peters ProtestantEpiscopal Church of Pittsburg. Her two eldest daugh-ters were also married in this church. This happy unionwas blessed with nine children: 1. Alice Noble, 2. ElizaMcFaden, 3. George Hobart, 4. Katie Kerfoot,5. Harry Chantler, 6. John Parke, 7. GertrudeLilian, 8. Edith





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