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Isaac DAVIS
Mary JOHNSON
Hester __?__
PLEASE NOTEOur subject, Isaac DAVIS (1796-1881), is not the Isaac William DAVIS (1792-1834) who was son of Samuel Emory DAVIS & Jane COOK, parents of Jefferson DAVIS.
Husband:  Isaac DAVIS
Birth:  2 Oct 1796, Surry Co., NC
Death:  27 Dec 1881, Richland, Keokuk Co., IA
Disposition:  buried Richland Friends Cemetery, Richland, IA
Occupation:  farmer
Religion:  Quaker
Migration:  1815, NC to Butler Twp., Montgomery Co., OH
Father:  John DAVIS (1768-1850)
Mother:  Hannah BILLS (1770-1806)
Marriage-1:  24 Nov 1816, Montgomery Co., OH
Migration:  1832, moved to Morgan Co., IN
Migration:  1847, moved to Richland, Keokuk Co., IA
Wife-1:  Mary "Polly" JOHNSON
Birth:  1795
Death:  1863
Marriage-2:  1865
Wife-2:  Hester/Esther "Hattie" __?__
Birth:  6 Jun 1810
Death:  Nov 1881
Other Spouse:  m1. Mr. TANSEY
Children with Mary JOHNSON:
born in Montgomery Co., OH:
1.  Lydia DAVIS, b. 29 Sep 1817; d. 14 Aug 1872, Clarke Co., IA
2.  John B. DAVIS, b. 23 Jul 1820; d. 30 Sep 1902, Keokuk Co., IA; m. 10 Sep 1840, Sarah FEREE
3.  William DAVIS, b. 5 Sep 1822; d. 22 Feb 1905
4.  James DAVIS, b. 15 Dec 1825; d. 12 Apr 1897, Keokuk Co., IA
5.  Anderson DAVIS, b. 24 Jul 1828; d. 25 Mar 1897, Montgomery Co., KS

born in Morgan Co., IN:
6.  Daniel D. DAVIS, b. 2 Sep 1833; d. 2 Feb 1922, Clarke Co., IA
7.  Dayton Montgomery DAVIS, b. 1 Jun 1836; d. 18 Mar 1909, Keokuk Co., IA
8.  Mary Ann DAVIS, b. 27 Dec 1838; d. 23 Jun 1970, Riley Co., KS

Children with Hester (__?__) TANSEY:
none


Sources:

1a.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).  There is one excellent file of this family online at WorldConnect, which cites this source:

1b.  Eleanor Davis.  1985.  Davis, a Quaker Family:  Charles Davies, the Immigrant to Pennsylvania about 1725, from There to North Carolina, His Wife, Hannah Matson, and Their Descendants.  Gateway Press, Baltimore.  (Not seen.)

2.  Lineage Books of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (online at Ancestry.com):
WARNING: BOGUS LINEAGES
Vol. 116,
p. 162
Miss Dorothy Tracy; DAR ID#115516; Born in Lancaster, IA. 
Descendant of Samuel Davis, as follows: 
1. Sheridan R. Tracy (1841-1910) m. 1867 Zerelda Jane Davis (b. 1843). 
2. John Davis (1820-1902) m. 1840 Sarah Ferree (1822-1904). 
3. Isaac Davis (1796-1881) m. Mary Johnson (1795-1863). 
4. Samuel Davis m. 1790 Jane Cook (1759-1844).
Samuel Davis (1758-1824) served as private in the Georgia and South Carolina troops and was at the siege of Savannah. He was born in Georgia; died in Mississippi.
Vol. 117,
pp. 24-5
Mrs. Mary Priscilla Davis Funk; DAR ID#116082; Born in Richland, IA; Wife of L.A. Funk. 
Descendant of Samuel Davis, as follows: 
1. John Davis (1820-1902) m. 1840 Sarah Ferree (1822-1904). 
2. Isaac Davis (1796-1881) m. Mary Johnson (1795-1863). 
3. Samuel Davis m. 1790 Jane Cook (1759-1844)...
Vol. 117,
p. 25
Mrs. Lena Davis Smith; DAR ID#116083; Born in Richland, IA; Wife of Ralph Smith. 
Descendant of Samuel Davis, as follows: 
1. John Davis (1820-1902) m. 1840 Sarah Ferree (1822-1904).
2. Isaac Davis (1796-1881) m. Mary Johnson (1795-1863).
3. Samuel Davis m. 1790 Jane Cook (1759-1844)...

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