John Davis of Plymouth, Massachusetts
The following data is extracted from Davis Family History.
e156 JOHN DAVIS: is mentioned in Goodwin’s Book of Plymouth, Mass., in a court proceedings in the year 1648. There is no data on his immediate family but from him descended
e157 ISAAC DAVIS: b. 1782 in Hempstead, L. I.; d. in Norwalk, Conn., 1879. He was a lieut. in Col. Floyd’s regiment. He had two brothers—Oliver, of Norwalk, and John of Locust Valley, L. I. Isaac had eleven ch. and four of his boys served in the Civil War. Ch. include:
(1) Anslem: of Conn., m. Abigail Overton and had a family.
(2) Martin Van Buren: b. 1832; d. 1905.
(A) Charles Martin: b. 1869; was a quarter-master sergeant in the
U. S. V. infantry and served during the Porto Rican campaign in 1898—1899. His son
(a) Frank: b. on L. I., 1901, now resides at Ave. F. and 20th St., College Point, N. Y.
(B) Frank Van Buren: served in the Spanish-American War, and in the Porto Rican campaign.
Source: Davis Family History