John Davis of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
The following data is extracted from Davis Family History.
Y147 JOHN DAVIS: came from Wales before American Revolution, and settled in Lancaster Co., Penna., at the age of 20; moved to Va., then to Ky.; d. Quinby, West of Mt. Sterling, Ky., at age of 105 yrs.
(1) Nathan: b. 1796, at Mt. Sterling, Ky.; in 1835 moved to Hendricks Co., Md.; d. 1848 or 1849; had with other issue
(A) John: b. about 1820; b. in Iowa.
(B) Walter: b. 1823; d. 1893; m. Mary Margaret Shers; m. (2). Marianne Scott.
(a) John: soldier in Civil War; d. 1862.
(b) Quincy: b. 1845; still 1. on ancestral farm.
(c) Martha Ellen: b. 1848.
(d) Adeline~ b. 1850.
(e) Robert F.: b. 1852; d. 1887.
(f) Frances: b. 1854.
(g) Charles: b. 1857; d. 1926.
(h) Walter S.: b. 1866; Hendricks Co., Md.; grad. DePauw Univ., A.B. degree, in 1889; he also studied abroad; 1913—29 was a member of Washington State Senate.
(i) Lorenzo: b. 1868.
(5) Myrtle: b. 1868.
(k) Thomas C.: b. 1871.
(1) Edgar L.: b. 1872.
(C) Quincy: d. 1895.
(F) Catherine: m. Dandridge Tucker.
Source: Davis Family History