2 edition of sketch of the military career of Captain John Daves found in the catalog.
sketch of the military career of Captain John Daves
Cover title: Captain John Daves of the North Carolina line of the Continental Army.
|Other titles||Captain John Daves of the North Carolina line of the Continental Army.|
|Statement||by his grandson, Major Graham Daves.|
|LC Classifications||E263.N8 D23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||04026191|
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A Sketch Of The Military Career Of Captain John Daves: Of The North Carolina Continental Line Of The Army Of The Revolution, Together With Some Facts Of Local And Family History Paperback – Aug by Graham Daves (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Graham.
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Ann Rebecca Daves was married in New Bern to Josiah Collins of Edenton in December Thomas Haynes Daves, who married Harriet Hatch on 11 Mar. was a Craven County sheriff but moved in to Alabama where he died in John Pugh Daves. Genealogy of the descendants of Col.
John Davis of Oxford, Conn.: (formerly a part of Derby, Conn.) together with a partial genealogy of his ancestors in the United States, also biographical sketches and portraits of some of his descendants and other matters of interest / (Salem, Mass.: Higginson Book Co., ), by George T.
Davis (page. John, Pugh Daves was born on month dayat birth place, North Carolina, to John Daves and Mary Daves. John had 3 sisters: Sally Eaton Jones and 2 other siblings. John passed away on month dayat age 48 at death place, North Carolina. An old sketch ofthelifeof Captain Davis, says, among other things: "He was a man of note in his day and was one of the first to join General Wayne in raising a regiment immediately on the breaking out of the war.
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John Hagy Davis (J – Janu ) was an American author who wrote several books on the Mafia. Congressional Research Service Report for Congress Julissa Gomez-Granger Information Research Specialist Anne Leland Information Research Specialist 15 June Congressional Research Service RS Summary Table of Contents Summary This guide provides information on locating military unit histories and individual service records of discharged, retired, and deceased.
John Davis, English navigator who attempted to find the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic to the Pacific. Davis appears to have first proposed his plan to look for the Northwest Passage in to Sir Francis Walsingham, principal secretary to Queen Elizabeth I.
In he began his. John Davis was wounded once during his military career. Sometime during the war he contacted a severe case of typhoid fever and was granted an honorable discharge. After the war he married Kate Patterson of LaVergne, who had been of invaluable aid to the scouts all during the war.
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Obama had cited a story of Medal recipient Florent Groberg believing he had hallucinated an actual visit from Davis as the army captain military distinction.” years-deep career, and. William Watts Hart Davis, attorney, editor, military officer, and historian, was born on J in Southampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to John and Amy Hart Davis.
He was graduated from Norwich University in and for the next two years taught at the Military. Note— Captain Peter Nowell's wife, Sarah Weare or Ware, was the daughter of Peter Weare of York, Me., and Mary Davis, whose father was said to be Major John Davis, Deputy Governor of Maine.,' BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 4.
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(Asa Brainerd), An historical sketch of the Seventh regiment Michigan volunteer cavalry from its organizations, into its muster out, in Seven letters from to Edward Graham Daves () in Cambridge, Mass., concerning the illness and death of his brother Jack. There are also scattered family items including a certificate from the Society of the Cincinnati,relating to the service of Captain John Daves.Career Militarial.
He served as a served as captain in the War of He rose to the rank of major general of militia. Political. Davis was elected as a Democrat to the 26th was an unsuccessful candidate for re-election in to the 27th Congress.
Davis was appointed surveyor of the port of Philadelphia by President James K. Polk and served from to