Person:Alford Davidson (1)

Alford Davidson
m. 5 May 1868
  1. Neller Davidson1869 - 1939
  2. Delora Davidson1872 - 1957
  3. William Luther Davidson1874 - 1952
  4. Dora DavidsonAbt 1875 -
  5. Rowland Davidson1878 -
  6. Louisa Agnes Davidson1881 - 1941
  7. Serena D. Davidson1884 - 1927
  8. Eva Davidson1888 - 1984
  9. Alfred F. Davidson1891 -
  10. Mary Bell Davidson1892 - 1982
Facts and Events
Name[1] Alford Davidson
Gender Male
Birth? 5 Apr 1845 Clay County Kentucky
Alt Birth[1] 1845 Kentucky
Residence[1] 1850 Kentucky, Clay, Kentucky
Marriage 5 May 1868 Her home, Clay County Kentuckyto Mary Davidson
Medical? Alford suffered from severe arthritis in his legs.
Occupation? Farmer - Civil War Veteran
Death? 5 May 1910 Near Onieda, Clay County, Kentucky
Burial? May 1910 Family Cemetary, Homeplact, Oneida Kentucky
Religion? Baptist

According to Alford's govt. pension papers, both Alford and Mary, his wife signeed with a mark. This would indicate that they probably could not read either.

Alford according to family souces, sufferd severe pain with his leg and ankle all the rest of his life after the Civil War accident when his horse fell on him. Luther, his son and my grandfather, took him to Florida one year during the winter so that he could get relief from the cold and the pain.I do not know when the trip was made , but Alford died in May of 1910 so the trip was made in 1909 or before . I assume they traveled by train.

Per Carolyn Robison: The names of Alford's children and their ages came from Alfords Civil War Pension application. He received a pension for his service and Mary, his wife, received a widow's pension after his death.

He married Mary Davidon, May 5, 1868 in her home, Clay county Kentucky.

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1850 United States Federal Census. (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005).

    Online publication - 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Seventh Census of the United States, 1850. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1850.M432, 1,009 rolls. Kentucky, Clay, Kentucky, roll M432_197, page 105, image 20.