Person:Moses Davis (14)

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m. 10 Dec 1646
  1. Mary Davis1647 - bef 1713
  2. Sarah Davis1648/49 - 1694
  3. Ensign John Davis1651 - 1694
  4. Hannah Davis1653 - aft 1719/20
  5. Jane Davis1655 - 1656
  6. Moses Davis1657 - 1724
  7. Lieutenant Joseph Davis1659/60 - aft 1743
  8. Colonel James Davis1662 - 1749
  9. Jane Davis1664 -
  10. Jemima Davisest 1666 -
  11. Judith Davisest 1668 - aft 1739
m. 16 JAN 1679/80
Facts and Events
Name[1] Moses Davis
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 30 Dec 1657 Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 16 JAN 1679/80 to Ruhamah Dow
Death[1] 10 Jun 1724 Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United StatesKilled by the Indians.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 20 Ensign John Davis; 40 Moses Davis, in Noyes, Sybil; Charles Thornton Libby; and Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. (Portland, Maine: Southworth Press, 1928-1939), 185, 86-87.

    40 Moses (Davis), 64 in 1721, m. in Haverhill 16 Jan. 1681 Ruhamah Dow (Stephen), and liv. there several yrs. Aft. 1693 was in Durham, until both himself and his s. Moses were k. by Ind. 10 June 1724. Jury 1696. … Ch: John, b. in Haverh. 4 Jan. 1682, m. Abigail Meader. … 7 ch. bap. together 28 Jan. 1720-1. Moses, b. in Haverh. 2 Nov. 1684, m. Deliverance, wid. of Geo. Chesley. Killed with his f. in 1724, adm. to wid. 8 Sep. 1725, whose est. was adm. by s. Moses in 1765. 5 ch., inc. Love and Aaron. James, ag. 41, when he m. in 1728, was dist. as 'widower.' He m. 1st 19 May 1719 Mary Stevenson; (1 dau.); 2d 4 Oct. 1728 Elizabeth Dunn, defined 'maiden ag. 39.' Joseph, 'grandson of Stephen Dow Sen.', bp. in Haverh. 8 Mar. 1695-6. Joshua, perh. same as last, m. bef. 1717 Esther Bunker, both liv. 1735. In 1737 he sued Ichabod Chesley for 9 mos. work 'done by my s. Joseph.' In 1744 he bot in Rochester and by 1746 had moved there and m. Jane (Hussey) who as Jane Lane 7 Mar. 1742 had her 3 ch. by former husband bap. at Dover. Adm. on his est. was gr. to her 29 Nov. 1752, ment. a s. 4 yrs. old. … Solomon, ag. 70 in Mar. 1767 when he dep. that his br. Joshua built his house (and Joshua in a deed 1735 ment. his br. Samuel owning adj. land). … He m. Elizabeth Davis, presum. not his niece, liv. in 1757 when they sold their homestead. In 1765 he (?) was of Nottingham; in 1770, with w. Hannah, of Lee. Ch. Jabez, in 1726 'brother' was deeded land by 'James Davis widower.' In 1727 one Jabez and w. Ruth of Dunstable q.c. estate of Thos. and Ruth Blanchard. … In 1734 grantee in Durham, in 1736 bot in Canterbury. His garrison is located on Doctor Stackpole's map. Ebenezer, b. 10 June 1702, adm. 7 May 1755 to wid. Susannah. … Ch. Abigail, bp. at same time with last, 26 Nov. 1727. Samuel, 's. of James,' bp. 29 June 1729, rem. to Canterbury after … where he liv.on Ephraim Davis's lot, which he sold in 1745, having ret. to Durham in Fr. & Indian War. Liv. in Durham 1752. Perh. also (but consider Joseph) Timothy, Indian scout in 1712, pet. 1716-1719. … But in 1755 Rebecca Davis, hus. unkn. of Durham, deeded to her s. Timothy 11 a. in the Hook, who dep. in 1783 that in 1745 he liv. there, also William in 1783 that he liv. there in 1751. Jeremiah, in 1722 wit. deed from Moses(40) to s. Ebenezer; in 1732 Ebenezer deeded part of homestead to Jeremiah; in 1744 Jeremiah (w. Bridget) deeded it back to Ebenezer, adj. Jabez. In 1737 he sold to James jr. (s. of Moses) 10 a. adj. Deliverance Davis and Ebenezer. In 1735 Jeremiah of Durham bot from Benj. … He m. bet. 1732-1734 Sarah Jenkins (2 sons). In 1761 his wid. Bridget q.c. his town gr. to Jonathan Hill.

  2. Dover Historical Society. Collections of the Dover, N. H., Historical Society, Vol. I: [Vital records of Dover, New Hampshire to 1850.]. (Dover, N. H.: Scales & Quimby, 1894), 110.

    Moses Dauis Son of John Dauis bo 30 Decem: 1657.