Calvin and Lucy Davis
The following data is extracted from Davis Family History.
f 158 CALVIN DAVIS: b. in 1794; m. Sarah Lucy; was engaged for many years
in the transportation of supplies between the Pascataqua Bridge at
Durham and pts. inland as far north as Concord.
(1) Calvin: b. 1838; d. 1859; unm.
(2) Win. Henry: b. 1828; d. 1910; m. (1), Lavinia Chapman, (2), Susan Richardson. Ch. were James Wm. (b. 1854, m. Minerva Abbott and had two ch.), Albert (b. 1856), Edward (b. 1858, m. Catherine Cloak), and Henry (b. 1862, d. 1882).
(3) Charles Franklin: b. 1831; mem. of the school board of Newmarket and represented that town in the legislature for two terms; m. Sarah Drew.
(A) Charles: b. 1857; m. Jennie Furber, 1878.
(B) Henry: b. 1859; m. Harriet Cate.
(C) Nestor Wilbur: b. 1869; m. Alice Chamberlain and resided at Winchester till 1918. Since then he has been private secretary to Mr. John D. Rockefeller, Sr., founder of the Standard Oil Co.
Source: Davis Family History