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James DAVIS
Hannah RAMSEY
UPDATE (16 May 2015):  we have crossed the pond!  We have a solid genetic match with a descendant of Thomas DAVIS (c1568- ) of Gloucestershire.  For a discussion of the test results for this family, please see this page

PLEASE NOTE (28 Sep 2013):  a male DAVIS who is a patrilineal line descendant of our subject's son, Joseph, has been Y-DNA tested at FamilyTreeDNA.  Results show he is a genetic match with two patrilineal male descendants of Isaac DAVIS (c1765-1834), long claimed to be son of our subject.  The matching Y-DNA test results are solid proof that these three have a near common ancestor, providing strong support for the assertion that Isaac is our subject's son. 

It is said that both James and Hannah were born in and married in Augusta [now Wythe] Co., VA, but do we have anything to document their location before the appearance of James DAVIS and Josiah RAMSEY in Montgomery [now Wythe] Co., VA, during the Revolutionary War?

Husband:  James DAVIS
Birth:  4 Jun 1744
Death:  6 Oct 1822, Chariton [now Randolph] Co., MO
Disposition:  buried Hamilton Cemetery, Randolph Co., MO [tombstone moved to Davis Cemetery, Fayette, Howard Co., MO]
Y-DNA Haplogroup:  R1b-Z220
Military Service:  Revolutionary War:  3 years Virginia Line
Marriage:  21 Nov 1764, Augusta [now Wythe] Co., VA
Wife:  Hannah RAMSEY
Birth:  14 Jun 1751, VA
Death:  11 Jul 1830, Randolph Co., MO
Disposition:  buried Hamilton Cemetery, Randolph Co., MO [tombstone moved to Davis Cemetery, Fayette, Howard Co., MO]
Father:  Josiah RAMSEY
Mother:  Elizabeth HOLLIS
Children:
— born in Augusta [now Wythe] Co., VA
  1.  Isaac DAVIS, b. 1765-68, VA
  2.  (Child) DAVIS, b. ca. 1767
  3.  (Child) DAVIS, b. ca. 1769
  4.  (Child) DAVIS, b. ca. 1771
  5.  Edward DAVIS, b. 1773 

— born in VA or KY:
  6.  Sarah DAVIS, b. 1780-84 (probably closer to 1780 as she married in 1800) 

— born in KY:
  7.  Joseph DAVIS, b. 1781/2, KY 
  8.  Phoebe DAVIS, b. 24 Feb 1783, Mercer Co., KY 
  9.  Mary "Polly" DAVIS, b. ca. 1790, KY 
10.  Hannah H. DAVIS, b. 1793, Logan Co., KY [now Montgomery Co., TN]
 
I'm only guessing there must have been about three children born between Isaac and Edward.
The average woman has her last child by the age of 43, so Hannah was only just young enough to have had daughter, Hannah.  If they had a son, James, as alleged, he was probably one of the earlier children.

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Timeline
Year Location Event
1738/45  VA: Augusta Co. formed from Orange Co.
1744   birth of James DAVIS
1751 VA: Augusta [now Wythe] Co.  birth of Hannah RAMSEY
1764 VA: Augusta [now Wythe] Co.  marriage of James DAVIS & Hannah RAMSEY
c1765 VA birth of son, Isaac
c1767   presumed birth of child
c1769   presumed birth of child
1770 VA: Botetourt Co. formed from Augusta Co.
c1771   presumed birth of child
1772 VA: Fincastle Co. formed from Botetourt Co.
1773 VA birth of son, Edward
1775 Apr 19 Revolutionary War begins
1777 VA [now KY]: Kentucky Co. formed (included what became the entire state of KY)
1777 VA: Montogomery Co. formed from Fincastle Co., which became extinct
1780 VA [now KY]: Lincoln and Jefferson Cos. formed from Kentucky Co.
1780 Mar 1 VA [now KY]: Lincoln Co.: Whitley Creek James DAVIS granted 400 acres
ca. 1780   birth of daughter, Sarah
1781/2 VA [now KY] birth of son, Joseph
1783 NC [now TN]: Davidson Co. formed from Washington Co.
1783 Feb 14 VA [now KY]: Jefferson [now Nelson] Co.: Beech Fork of Salt River James DAVIS granted 400 acres
1783 Feb 24   birth of daughter, Phoebe
1783 Sep 3 Revolutionary War ends
1784 VA [now KY]: Nelson Co. formed from Jefferson Co.
1785 VA [now TN]: Lincoln [now Montgomery] Co.: Red River James DAVIS buys 1120 acres from John MONTGOMERY
1785/6 VA [now KY]: Mercer Co. formed from Lincoln Co.
1788 NC [now TN]: Tennessee Co. formed from Davidson Co.
1788 VA [now KY]: Lincoln [now ?] Co. James DAVIS of Lincoln County sells land
ca. 1790 VA [now KY] birth of daughter, Mary
1790 VA: Wythe Co. formed from Montgomery Co.
1790 Census   VA [and thus KY] census destroyed
1792 State of Kentucky formed from the State of Virginia; Logan Co. formed from Lincoln Co.
1792-1796 KY: Logan Co. [now TN: Montgomery Co.] James DAVIS, taxpayer
1793 KY birth of daughter, Hannah
1796 TN: Montomery Co. formed from Tennessee Co.
1796/7 KY: Christian Co. formed from Logan Co.
1797-1799 KY: Christian Co. [now TN: Montgomery Co.] James DAVIS, taxpayer
1800 KY: Christian Co. marriage license for daughter, Sarah, to James D. HICKS
1800 Census   KY census destroyed
1800-1809 KY: Christian Co. [now TN: Montgomery Co.] James DAVIS, taxpayer
1801 KY: Christian Co. marriage license for son, Edward, to Mary ADAMS
1803 KY: Christian Co. marriage license for daughter, Phoebe, to James ADAMS
1809 KY: Christian Co. marriage license for son, Joseph, to Mary WILLIAMS
1809 KY: Christian Co.  marriage license for daughter, Mary, to Thomas ADAMS
1810 Census KY: Christian Co. [now TN: Montgomery Co.] James DAVIS, head-of-household
1811-19 KY: Christian Co. [now TN: Montgomery Co.] James DAVIS, taxpayer
1812 KY: Christian Co. marriage license for daughter, Hannah, to Neal MURPHY
1820 Census there was no census in MO
1826 KY: 12 miles of southern Christian and Todd Cos. are lost to Montgomery Co., TN, when state line is resurveyed

Geographical Note:  Whitley's Station is, today, in Lincoln County, near Crab Orchard, Whitley's Creek, Dix [Dick's] Creek, and Cedar Creek.

Sources:

1.  Family Group Sheets compiled by Georgie Tolleson, Betty Ann (Matthiesen) Cogliati, and Maude Irene (Thompson) Rose.

2.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  KY, NC, TN, VA, WV Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-229):  not found.

3.  1790 U.S. Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  the 1790 VA, KY, and TN censuses were destroyed.

4a.  1800 U.S. Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  the 1800 KY and TN censuses were destroyed.

4b.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1800 (Broderbund CD-312):
1800 Tax List Davis, James KY Christian Co.

6.  1820

7.  1830

a.  Willard Rouse Jillson.  1925.  The Kentucky Land Grants. Filson Club Publ., Louisville, KY (online at Ancestry.com; Broderbund CD-650):
Pg Warrant No Name Rank Acres Date Surveyed
Warrants for Land in Kentucky, Earliest Surveys of Land in Kentucky
81 1105 William
Ragsdale
Sold Capt John
McNeelis's Co
50 By... Lincoln Co, on waters Dick's R,
adj James Davis—Whitley's Settlement

b.  Willard Rouse Jillson.  1925.  The Kentucky Land Grants. Filson Club Publ., Louisville, KY (online at Ancestry.com; Broderbund CD-650):
Pg Grantee Acres Book Pg Date County Watercourse
The Kentucky Land Grants, Part 1, Chapter II, Virginia Grants, 1782-1792
41 Davis, James 400  2  13  3- 1-1780 Lincoln Whitley Cr
42 Davis, James 400 10  32  2-14-1783 Jefferson Beech Fk
The Kentucky Land Grants, Part 1, Chapter III, Old Kentucky Grants, 1793-1856
166 Davis, James 1120  6 211 04-12-1785 Military Red R
The Kentucky Land Grants, Part 1, Chapter IV, Grants South of Green River, 1797-1866
295 Davis, James 112  1 434 10- 4-1799 Christian W Fk Red R
Davis, James 200 2 502  3-14-1805 Christian W Fk Red R
Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds, Chapter II, Lincoln Entries, 1779-1787
27 Davis, Jas 400 1  23  4-26-1780 Lincoln Whitley Station
Davis, James 400 1  24  4-26-1780 Lincoln None
Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds, Chapter IV, Jefferson Entries, 1779-1785
197 Davis, James 400 A  26  4-26-1780 Jefferson Whitley Station
Davis, James 400 A  27  4-26-1780 Jefferson Whitley Station
Davis, James 250 A  64  5-17-1780 Jefferson Beech Fk (Withdrawn)
Davis, James 250 A  65  5-17-1780 Jefferson Beech Fk
Davis, James 400 A 143  6-22-1780 Jefferson Beech Fk
This 1120 acres was, at the time, in the "Military Reserve" of western NC. 

c.  Willard Rouse Jillson.  1925.  The Kentucky Land Grants. Filson Club Publ., Louisville, KY (online at Ancestry.com; Broderbund CD-650):
Pg Name Acres Warrant Service Date
Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds, Chapter V, Military Warrants, 1782-1793
327 Davis, James 100 1372 3 years soldier Virginia line  7-14-1783
Davis, James 100 2171 3 years soldier Virginia line 12-20-1783
Davis, James 100 1955 3 years soldier Virginia line  4-17-1784

Census Index:  Colonial America, 1607-1789 (Broderbund CD-310):
1789 Tax List Davis, James KY Mercer Co. p. 45
Of course, in 1789 this was Virginia, not Kentucky; Kentucky did not become a state until 1792.

.  Anon.  1990.  Logan County, Kentucky, Taxpayers, 1792-1799.  T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL.
Year Name
1792 Dadviss, James
1793 Davis, James
1794 Daviss, James
1795 Davis, James
1796 Daviss, James
1797-99 [not found]
As expected, James DAVIS disappeared from the Logan Co. tax rolls when Christian Co. was formed in 1797.

.  Anon.  1991.  The 1795 Census of Kentucky [as constructed from tax lists].  T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL.  On p. 46:
Name County
Davis, James Logan

a.  Don Simmons.  1974.  Christian County, Ky., Tax Records, 1797-1798-1799.  Self-published:
Year District Surname Given Name A B C D E Acres Watercourse
1797   Davis James 1   1 1 7  820 W. F. Red R.
1798                    
1799 2 Davis James 1   2 2 9 1120 W. F. Red R.
A = White males over 21; B = White males 16-20; C = Blacks over 16; D = Total Blacks; E = Horses

b.  Don Simmons.  1978.  Christian County, KY., Tax Records, 1800-01-02-03.  Simmons Historical Publ., Melber, KY:
Year District Surname Given Name A B C D E Acres Watercourse
1800   - - - - - - - - -
1801 - - - - - - - - - -
1802   - - - - - - - - -
1803   - - - - - - - - -
A = White males over 21; B = White males 16-20; C = Blacks over age 16; D = Total Blacks; E = Horses & Cows

. Christian County, Kentucky, Tax Rolls, 1797-1816.  Heritage Quest, Microfilm No. V20-72 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Please note:  I have the microfilm, but not a microfilm reader.  I'm making trips to the local library and gradually getting the pages photocopied.
Year District Dates of
Receiving
Lists
Persons Names
Chargeable with
the Tax
Acres Watercourse In Whose Name
Entered
In Whose Name
Surveyed
In Whose Name
Patented
A B C D E F G
1st 2nd 3rd
1797   Aug 7 Davis James    820   W F Red R John Montgomery Do Montgomery Jas Davis 1   1 1 7    
1798   - - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1799 - - Davis James   1120   W F R R John Montgomery ditto James Davis 1   2 2 9    
1800   - Davis James   1120
112
Red R
Red R
J Montgomery
J Davis
Same
Same
J Davis 1 2 2 3 8    
1801 - Mar 19 Davis James    800
 112
  W F Red River
W F Red River
- - - - - - - - - -
1802   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1803   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1804 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1805 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1806 - Apr 8 James Davis - 620
200
- - - - - - - - - - -
1807 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1808 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1809 - - - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1810   - - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1811   - - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1812     - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1813     - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1814     - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1815     - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
1816     - - - - - - - - -   - - - - -
Legend for numerical data [grey indicates that particular datum was not taken that year]:  1st/2nd/3rd refer to 1st Rate, 2nd Rate, or 3rd Rate land.  A = White Males 21 or over; B = White Males 16-20; C = Blacks over 16; D = Total Blacks; E = Horses & Mares (gelded male horses and female horses); F = Stud Horses (intact male horses); G = Rate of Covering (stud fee, in dollars).

a.  A.B. Willhite.  [n.d.]  Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1804-1809.  (self-published; available from author at 4396 Coopertown Rd., Russellville, KY 42276, or from the Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY):
Pg. in
Willhite
Year Dist.* Last 
Name
First 
Name
A B C D E Acres Watercourse
4 1804 South Davis James 1   2 4  7 500 W
33 1805 South Davis James
1
 
2
4
 8
500
200
W
W
75 1806 South Davis James 1   2 4  8 620
200
W
W
119 1807 East Davis James 1   2
4
12 600
200
W
W
162 1808 East Davis James 1   2 4 12    
210 1809 East Davis James 1   2 5 10 600
200
W
W
Legend for numerical data:
A = White Males 21 or over; B = White Males 16-20 (this column not used in 1809);
C = Blacks over 16; D = Total Blacks; E = Horses
Abbreviations:  W = West Fork of the Red River
*The county was divided into just two districts:  from 1804 to 1806, into North and South Districts; beginning in 1807, into East and West Districts.  The change tells us that James was in the southeast quadrant of early Christian County, which later became the southwest quadrant of Todd Co., when it was formed in 1820, then northern Montgomery Co., TN, when the state line was re-drawn in 1826.  
He is the only James DAVIS being taxed in the county.

b.  A.B. Willhite.   [n.d.]  Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1810-1813.   (Self-published; available from author at 4396 Coopertown Rd., Russellville, KY 42276, or from the Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY).
Pg. in
Willhite
Year First 
Name
Last 
Name
A B C D E Acres Watercourse
  1810                  
62 1811 James Davis 1   2 5 7 600
200
W F
W F
114 1812 Jas Davis 1   2 5 6 500
200
W F
W F
165 1813 Jas Davis 1   2 5 6 690
200
W F
W F
Legend for numerical data:
A = White Males 21 or over; B = White Males 16-20 (this column used only in 1811);
C = Blacks over 16; D = Total Blacks; E = Horses
Abbreviations:  W F =  West Fork of Red River
He is the only James DAVIS being taxed in the county.

c.  A.B. Willhite.   [n.d.]  Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1814-1818.   (Self-published.  This book is out of print.  I do not have a copy.  If you have one to sell, please contact me.)

d.  A.B. Willhite.   [n.d.]  Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1819-1823.   (Self-published; available from author at 4396 Coopertown Rd., Russellville, KY 42276, or from the Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY).
Pg. in
Willhite
Year First
Name
Last 
Name
A B C D Acres Watercourse
18 1819 Jas Davis 1 4 5 6 600 W F
86 1820 Jas Davis 1 4 6 6 500 W F
129 1821 Jas Davis 1 4 6 12    
  1822-23 [not found]              
Legend for numerical data:
A = White Males 21 or over; B = Blacks over 16; C = Total Blacks; D = Horses
Abbreviations:  W F = West Fork of Red River
James DAVIS must have lived in the extreme SE corner of Christian County in order to be on the West Fork of Red River, but not be in Todd County after it was formed in 1820; that is, most of the watershed of the West Fork of the Red River ended up in Todd County.  James died in Missouri in 1822, so we would expect him to drop from the Christian/Todd County tax rolls before 1822, and he does.  Apparently, James made the trip to Missouri at the age of 78, then died after his arrival.  Another James DAVIS appears in Christian County in 1822, but he has no land or horses (1-1-4-0) and, in 1823, he has land on the Little River.

.  Ruby Altizer Roberts.  1938/1939.  "Montgomery County's Revolutionary Heritage."  Virginia Magazine of History and Biography XLVI(1938): 254-261, 339-348. XLVII(1939): 32-40, 153-162.  Pages 206-242 in Elizabeth Petty Bentley, indexer.  1983. Virginia Military Records…  Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore (online at Ancestry.com):
-
p. 211 To Clerk of Montgomery County [Virginia]

We whose names are hereunto subscribed do swear or affirm that we renounce and refuse all allegiance to George third King of Great Britain, his heirs and successors, and that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia as a free and Independent State, and that I not at any time do or cause to be done, any matter or thing that will be prejudicial or injurious to the freedom and independence thereof, as declared thereof, as declared by Congress and also, that I will discover and make known to someone Justice of the Peace for the said State all treasons or traitorous conspiracies which I now or hereafter shall know to be formed against this or any of the United States of America.

Capt. Cox's Company, 1777 Sept, 30...

p. 212 Jas. Thompson
Josiah Ramsey...

The Above was sworn before me.

Jas. McCorkle, Dec. 5, 1777.
p. 217 Names Mentioned in military accounts...
Jas Davis...
p. 218 Nat. Clark...
James Davis...
Josiah Ramsey...
Benj. Clark...
Thomas Wyat...
John Ramsey...
p. 219 Priscilla Davis...
John Bradshaw...
John Montgomery...
p. 220 Vact Dillinham...
John Craig...
Alex. Ewing...
James Davis...
p. 240 A List of Capt. John Adams Company of Militia.

John Adams, Capt.
Jno. Thompson...
Saml. Montgomery...
Robt. Adams...
Jas. Montgomery
Saml. Montgomery, Jr...
Jas. Ramsey...
Patrick Adams
John Adams...

There are a lot of names on these lists that will catch the attention of anyone working on these families in later Christian Co., KY.  Of course, some of these are common names, so they may not all represent individuals who ended up in Christian County after it was formed in 1797, but this may be a clue to where many of these individuals were before arriving there.

Family Group Sheet of James DAVIS & Hannah RAMSEY  by Anthony Lee Rockefeller, dated 27 Jan 1986 (purchased from Yates Publishing, Stevensville, MT).  Mr. Rockefeller's database is now online at WorldConnect.

.  Pete Payette & Phil Payette.  North American Forts, 1526-1956 (online at www.northamericanforts.com):  South Central Kentucky:
William Whitley House (State Historic Site)
(1788), near Crab Orchard
A settlers' fortified brick house on the Dix (Dick's) River. House features musket loopholes, a barred cellar, and a hidden stairway. Admission fee.

Before the present house was built, Whitley's Station (1779) was located two miles west on Walnut Flat (Whitley) Creek near Walnut Flat.  Whitley relocated in 1786, then built the brick house two years later.

Lincoln County...
James Davis' Station (1) (1780), on Walnut Flat (Whitley) Creek near Whitley's Station.

.  Denny Davis of Fayette, MO.  29 Mar 1987.  Letter (online in a file by Anthony Rockefeller at WorldConnect):
We know nothing of the ancestors of James Davis, except that family tradition says the Davises came from Wales and settled in Virginia before moving on to Kentucky.

The earliest date and place that we can positively identify our James Davis is 22 June 1780, when he entered 400 acres on Beech Fork of Salt River (Possessioners' Report, P. 28, Bardstown, KY) in later Nelson County.  In order to be able to enter that land, he must, by law, have occupied it and raised a crop before Jan. 1, 1778; that is, a crop in the 1777 growing season.  We know James was there in 1777 therefore; and we know it was our James because when he sold it in 1788, wife Hannah waived Dower rights.

Daniel Boone arrived in Kentucky in 1775 and there were only two American white settlers there before him, so we can bracket James Davis's arrival in Kentucky 1775-1777.  Probably like other settlers he pulled back to a fort during the early part of the American Revolution, because of the attacks of the Indians who were spurred on by the English.  There is no reason to believe our James was not the James Davis listed on the militia muster at Harrodstown (Harrod's Fort).

When James Davis sold the above tract in 1788, he gave his address as Lincoln County, so we know he was by then living on the Christian County tract he recorded in 1785.

.  Anon.  1986.  "JAMES DAVIS #1."  Page 149 in Family Histories:  Christian County, Kentucky, 1797-1986.  Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY. 

.  Anthony Lee Rockefeller.  27 Jan 1986.  Family Group Sheet of James DAVIS & Hannah RAMSEY.  Yates Publ. Co., Stevensville, MT: 
HUSBAND: James DAVIS (ID=1239)
Born 04 Jun 1744; Place Augusta County-Virginia
Marr 21 Nov 1764
Died 06 Oct 1822; Place Randolph County-Missouri

WIFE: Hannah RAMSEY (ID=1240)
Born 14 Jun 1751
Died 11 Jul 1830; Place Randolph County-Missouri
WIFE'S FATHER: Josiah RAMSEY (ID=1271)
WIFE'S MOTHER: Elizabeth (GRIGSBY?) (ID-1272)

CHILDREN

1 F Phoebe DAVIS (ID=36)
    BORN 24 Feb 1783; Mercer County-Kentucky
    FIRST MARRIAGE 05 Nov 1803 James ADAMS Jr. (ID=35)
    DIED 03 Feb 1847

2 F Sarah DAVIS (ID=372)
    FIRST MARRIAGE 01 Apr 1800 James HICKS (ID=373)
    DIED Prior 1830

3 F Mary (Polly) DAVIS (ID=321)
    FIRST MARRIAGE 15 Nov 1809 Thomas ADAMS (ID=320)
    DIED Prior 1826

4 M Joseph DAVIS (ID=374)
    FIRST MARRIAGE 19 Oct 1809 Mary WILLIAMS (ID=375)
    DIED 01 May 1865

5 F Hannah DAVIS (ID=376)
    FIRST MARRIAGE 02 Apr 1812 Niel (Neal) MURPHY (ID=377)

6 M ?(James)? DAVIS (ID=378)

7 M Edward DAVIS (ID=326)
    FIRST MARRIAGE 19 Oct 1801 Mary (Polly) ADAMS (ID=325)

Note:  Elizabeth GRIGSBY was Josiah's ward, not his wife; the maiden name of Josiah's wife is believed to be HOLLIS.

.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).

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

WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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