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Charles DAVIS
Lydia SWEARINGEN
Husband:  Charles DAVIS
Birth:  1710, Princes Georges Co., Maryland Colony
Death:  16 May 1796, Fauquier Co., VA
Father:  Griffith DAVIS
Mother:  Eleanor FORREST
Marriage:  ca. 1742
Wife:  Lydia SWEARINGEN
Birth:  7 Jul 1726, Queen Ann Pr., Prince Georges Co., MD
Death:  1798, Fauquier Co., VA
Father:  John SWEARINGEN
Mother:  Mary RAY
Children born in Maryland, first seven prob. Prince Georges Co., MD:
1.  (daughter) DAVIS, b. 1743
2.  Lucy DAVIS, b. 1745; d. aft. 1829, Adair Co., KY; m. 1766, Joseph WHEAT
3.  Lydia DAVIS, b. ca. 1745
4.  Griffith DAVIS, b. 1747
5.  William DAVIS, b. 1749
6.  Charles Burgess DAVIS, b. 27 May 1753
7.  Richard DAVIS, b. 1755
8.  John Van Swearingen DAVIS, b. 7 Aug 1759, Frederick Co., MD
9.  Levi DAVIS, b. 15 Jan 1763; d. 17 Jan 1836, [Knoxville,] TN; m. Fauquier Co., VA, Lydia KEARNS


Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

2.  Query in the Christian Co. KYGenWeb forum.

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