Elizabeth "Betsy" Davis (Davidson)

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Elizabeth Davis (Davidson)

Also Known As: "Betsy"
Birthplace: Tyrell, North Carolina, United States
Death: before 1849
Gonzales, Texas, United States
Place of Burial: Gonzales, Gonzales, Texas, United States
Immediate Family:

Wife of Daniel Davis
Mother of Zachariah Davis; John Davis (Immortal 32 Gonzales Ranger); James (Twin) M Davis; Private; Elizabeth Jane McKinney and 1 other

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About Elizabeth "Betsy" Davis (Davidson)

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002

about Betsy Davidson

Name: Betsy Davidson

Spouse: Daniel Davis

Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1803

Marriage County: Davidson

Marriage State: Tennessee


Burial - Daniel Davis, Elizabeth Davidson Davis1849 , Inner Town Square, Gonzales Texas

Both Daniel Davis and his wife, Elizabeth Davidson Davis (as well as other early settlers) were buried in the original Gonzales Cemetery which was located in the inner town square designated in 1825 as a cemetery. In 1984 this area was declared "public land" by the City of Gonzales and the remains of those buried in the old cemetery were exhumed and transferred to a common unmarked burial site in the newer Gonzales City Cemetery. Historical markers are located on the site of the original cemetery square and also at the newer Gonzales City Cemetery.

          Historical Marker at Original Gonzales Cemetery:   This block of the Inner Town was designated in 1825 as a cemetery. Traditionally the burial ground for Nicholas Peck, a soldier of San Jacinto; Daniel Davis, a soldier in Mier expedition, and his wife, Elizabeth; along with other early-day residents. 
         Historical Marker at the Newer Gonzales City Cemetery:     By tradition, remains of early settlers buried at first in Cemetery Square, inner town of Gonzales, rest here in a common grave. Others buried here include key men in Texas Revolution, Dr. George W. Barnett, Maj. Valentine Barnett ( quartermaster ), and Matthew Caldwell. 
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Elizabeth "Betsy" Davis (Davidson)'s Timeline

Tyrell, North Carolina, United States
Age 19
Bedford, TN, United States
Age 26
KY, United States
Age 26
Kentucky, United States
May 15, 1815
Age 30
Bedford County, Tennessee, United States
August 1, 1817
Age 32
Bedford, TN, United States
Age 64
Gonzales, Texas, United States
Gonzales, Gonzales, Texas, United States