Facts and Events
Thomas Davis was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
- Page 395.--21st May, 1765. John Archer's bond (with Geo. Skileron) as administrator of Thomas Davis.
- Page 464.--22d August, 1766. Thomas Davis' appraisement (by Jas. Reyburn, Jos. Reaburn, Wm. Mathews), recorded.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - NOVEMBER, 1762 (A). - Davis vs. Cowdon.--1761. Mr. Samuel Cowdon & Co. to Thomas Davis, debtor. To ferrying twelve wagons twice at New River, 24 times at 5/9 per time, £6.18.0; to one man and three horses twice, £0.5.0; to James Leister one horse four times, £0.3.4; to Samuet Cowdon one horse six times, £0.5.0. (Note: same Thomas Davis?)
- Vol. 1 - MAY 25, 1765. - (409) Thomas Davis and Jane vs. Thos. Hicklin, Wm. Eddens and Abraham Haffenstall.-- Abates by death of plaintiffs. (Note: perhaps Thomas and Jane were killed by Indians?)