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John DAVIS
Mary GORDON
Husband:  John DAVIS
Birth:  1780, Black Lick Twp., Indiana Co., PA
Father:  William DAVIS
Mother:  Jane WAUGH
Marriage:
Wife:  Mary GORDON
Father:  James GORDON
Children:
1.  Alexander DAVIS
2.  Mary DAVIS; m. James ROBINSON
3.  Jane DAVIS
4.  William DAVIS; m. Sarah RHEA
5.  John DAVIS; m. Priscilla MARTIN
6.  Johnson DAVIS; m. Minerva DAUGHERTY
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1.  John Alexander Caldwell.  1880.  History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, 1745-1880.  Wadsworth Publ. Co., Newark, OH (online at freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~treasures/pa/indiana/):
Chap. 56
p. 430
JOHN DAVIS was born in what is now Blacklick township, in 1780, and was a son of William Davis, an early settler of that township.  He married Mary, a second daughter of James Gordon, a pioneer of Black-lick township.  Their children were:  Alexander, d.; Mary, m. to James Robinson, d.; Jane, d.; William, d., m. to Sarah Rhea. John, m. to Priscilla Martin; Johnson   served three years and ten months as a member of company B, 11th Pennsylvania reserves, in the war of 1861 m. to Minerva Daugherty; and David, d...

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