Person:Sarah Davis (172)

Sarah Davis
d.24 Jun 1868
m. 16 Apr 1782
  1. Thomas DavisAbt 1787 - 1871
  2. Mary Davis1790 - 1859
  3. Lucy Davis1792 - 1875
  4. Amelia Davis1795 - 1880
  5. Sarah Davis1798 - 1868
m. 20 Sep 1815
  1. William Anderson Reese1817 - 1901
  2. Rev. John Reece1819 - 1894
  3. Thomas Harvey Reese1830 - 1915
  4. Martha Ellen Reese1833 - 1864
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Davis
Gender Female
Birth[1][5] 1 Jul 1798 Virginia, United States
Marriage 20 Sep 1815 Jefferson, Indiana, United Statesto Benjamin Reese
Census[2] 1820 Clark, Indiana, United States
Religion[6] 21 April 1821 Clark, Indiana, United Statesbecame member of New Washington Baptist Church
Census[3] 1830 Clark, Indiana, United States
Property[4] 27 Dec 1833 Clark, Indiana, United Stateswith husband, signed deed of sale
Religion[7][8] 11 Jul 1835 Shelby, Indiana, United StatesFounding member of Blue River/Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
Census[9] 1840 Shelby, Indiana, United States
Census[10] 26 Sep 1845 Shelby, Indiana, United Stateswith husband, signed deed of sale
Census[11] 1850 Shelby, Indiana, United States
Property[13] 14 Aug 1854 Shelby, Indiana, United Stateswith daughter and two sons, sold land to third son
Religion[7] 13 Oct 1864 Shelby, Indiana, United Statesresigned membership Mt. Pleasant Baptist church
Death[12][5] 24 Jun 1868
Burial[12] Needham, Johnson, Indiana, United StatesMt. Pleasant Cemetery
  1. Re: Dollins, William 1740's - 1783 VA, Dollins Family Genealogy Forum, posted by Faye Dollins, in GenForum, Message #90, October 07, 2000, Secondary quality.

    Children of MILDRED DOLLINS and FRANCIS DAVIS are:
    SARAH DAVIS, b. 01 Jul 1798, VA; d. 24 Jun 1868, IN; m. BENJAMIN REESE, 21 Sep 1815, Jefferson Co., IN; b. 13 Nov 1792, VA; d. 09 Nov 1853, IN.

  2. Washington Township, Clark, Indiana, in United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M33), Primary quality.

    Benjamin Reas, 2 males under 10 [William, John], 2 males 26-45 [Benjamin, unknown], 1 female 16-25 [Sarah]; 1 person in agriculture

  3. NE of State Road, Clark County, Indiana, in United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 40, Primary quality.

    Reece, Benj. 2 ma 10-15 William, John), 1 m 30-40 (Benjamin), 1 f under 5 (unknown), 1 f 30-40 (Sarah)

  4. Clark County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records 1801-1901, with indexes to grantors and grantees, 1801- 1910. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985), Vol 28, p. 401; FHL #1428600, Primary quality.

    Indenture made 27 Dec 1833
    Between Benjamin Reece of Clark County, IN
    And John Grismare of same place who paid $700 gold and lawful money
    For the Western part of the SE 1/4 of Sec 6, T1N, R9E
    Bopunded on the E by the lands of John Bower, on the South by the lands of John Tilford, and on the West by the land of Martin Adams and on the North by the lands of Andrew and Joseph Bower, said tract extending North and South 160 poles and E and W 110 poles containing 110 acres more or less
    Signed Benjamin Reese, Sally x her mark Reese [his wife]
    Witness Joseph Bower JP

  5. 5.0 5.1 Family Bible Record of Benjamin and Sarah Davis Reese of Clark Co., Ind., in Johnson, Bess Sellers. Family Bible records of Johnson County, Indiana: and a collection of family records and other sources [vol. 2, pt. 1]. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971), p. 145, Secondary quality.

    Births - Sarah Davis Reese, July 1, 1798
    Deaths - Sarah Reese (wife of Benjamin) June 24, 1868

  6. Fourteen Mile Creek/New Washington Baptist Church , in Reece Family Church Records, Secondary quality.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Hayward, Elizabeth (Mary Elizabeth McCoy), and Johnson County, Indiana) Second Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (Needham Township. Genealogical abstracts from records of Second Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, constituted in 1835, Johnson County Indiana. (Rochester, New York: American Baptist Historical Society, 1972), pp. 15-16, Secondary quality.

    Reece, Reese, 1st spelling used consistently until Mr. 10, 1849 when the 2nd was adopted and used consistently thereafter. Some of the early entries were neatly written over to conform with the 2d spelling.
    , Eld. Benjamin, by Letter Jl. 11, 1835; pastor 1838-54, d. De 10, 1853, Ordained at 2d Mt. Pleasant Chh; moderator of Flat Rock Assn. 13 consecutive yrs.
    , Sarah, by Letter Jl. 11, 1835; dm. by Letter Oc 13, 1864

  8. Second Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (Needham Township, Johnson County, Indiana). Church records, 1835-1930. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986).

    July 11, 1835, Church Covenant - Founding members: Joseph Reece, John Webb, Nancy Webb, Samuel Tetrich, Benjamin Reece, Sarah Reece, Henry Willard, Mary Kellery
    Minutes - 8 August 1835 - Brother Joseph Reece appointed Clerk; Brother Benjamin Reece called to preach. Benjamin Reece continued as Moderator, having been ordained about that time.

  9. Hendricks Township, Shelby, Indiana, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 344, Primary quality.

    Benjamin Reece, 1 m 10-15 [Thomas], 1 m 25-30 [ William], 1 m 40-50 [Benjamin], 1 f 5-10 [Martha], 1 f 30-40 [Sarah]

  10. Shelby County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1822-1886, and partitions, 1876-1891. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984), Vol. L, p. 289; FHL #1403622, Primary quality.

    Daniel Tucker Deed from Benjamin Reese
    26 September 1845
    Benjamin Reese and Sarah Reese his wife of Shelby County, IN
    and Daniel Tucker of same
    for $300 paid by Tucker to Reese
    sale of land in Shelby county
    West 1/2 of NE1/4, Sec 5, T12N, R6E
    containing 71 acres and 40/100s
    Signed Benjamin Reese, Sarah Reese
    Witness Reuben Davison, JP
    Recorded 15 December 1845

  11. Hendricks Township, Shelby County, Indiana, in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 14, Fam 14, Primary quality.

    Reese, Benjamin, 57, white male, Clergyman, RE = $1400, b. KY
    , Sarah, [4]3, white female, b. [VA]
    , Thomas W., 20, male, farmer, b. IN
    , Elizabeth [?], 20, female, b. IN [wife of Thomas, nee Garrison]
    Garrison, G. A., 21, male, farmer, b. IN
    , Martha E., 18, female, b. IN [nee Reese]

  12. 12.0 12.1 Hougham, Ruth Trout; Daughters of the American Revolution. Alexander Hamilton Chapter (Indiana); and Robert Bradley Hougham. Cemetery records of Johnson County, Indiana. (Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Allen County Public Library, 1986), p. 118, Secondary quality.

    (2nd) Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Needham Township, S10, T12N, R5E
    Elder Benj. 13 Nov 1792-8 Nov 1853 Soldier War 1812 Sarg. in Capt. John Slizzard's Co. Second Reg. Indiana Mil (son of John & Jane)
    Sarah (wife of Benj.) 1 July 1798-24 June 1868 (dau Francis & Mildred Dollis Davis)

  13. Shelby County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1822-1886, and partitions, 1876-1891. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984), Volume Y, p. 366, Primary quality.

    William A. Reese and Emily Reese his wife
    John Reese and Mary J. Reese his wife
    Lindsey C. Garrison and Martha E. Garrison his wife
    And Sarah Reese
    Of Shelby County, Indiana
    Convey and Warrant to
    Thomas H. Reese of Johnson County, IN
    For the sum of $4000, Real Estate in Shelby county
    North part of the N1/2 of the NW1/4, S12, T12, R5, containing 53 acres and 33/100s of an acre
    Also the west part of the NE1/4, S11, T12, R5, containing 106 acres and 66/100 more or less
    The fee in said land being in the said Sarah Reese, John Reese, William Reese and the said Martha Garrison
    Signed 14 August 1854
    William A. Reese, Emily J. x her mark Reese, John Reese, Mary Jane Reese, Lindsey C. x his mark Garrison, Martha E. Garrison, Sarah Reese
    Witness Eldridge G. Mayhew, JP
    Recorded 11 Sept 1855