Benjamin Job Davis of Wisconsin
The following data is extracted from Davis Family History.
m168 BENJAMIN JOB DAVIS: b. in Wales, 1814, the son of Daniel Job. He came to America in 1842 and settled in Wisconsin. His brother, Thomas, went to Utah and was known as Prof. Thomas Job. He wrote articles for English and American scientific magazines and made important: discoveries in astronomy. He d. in 1890 and left several ch. Another brother, David, settled in the far West. The home farm was called Fos Y Broga. Benjamin d. in 1910. He had John, Daniel, Benjamin, Thomas George, William, Stephen, George, Joseph, Albert, Alfred, Mary, and Nell. These ch. have many descendants. This branch of the Davises became pioneers in America in the dairy machinery business and in the organization of co-operative creameries. Many patents were granted them.
Source: Davis Family History