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William Davison (1758-1832)

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William Davison was born 25 July 1784 to John Davison (bef1737-c1798) and Sarah (bef1758-) and died 23 December 1832 in Perrinville, New Jersey, United States of unspecified causes. He married Catherine Holman (1766-1847) 23 October 1783 .


Davison resided in Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey.



Children


Offspring of William Davison and Catherine Holman (1766-1847)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Joseph Davison (1784-?) 25 July 1784 Middlesex County, New Jersey (Middlesex Co. NJ) Moicah Reed

Sarah Davison (1786-)
John W. Davison (1788-)
Jane Davison (1790-)
Ann Davison (1790-)
Matthew Davison (1792-)
Margaret Davison (1796-)
James J. Davison (1798-1850)
William Davison (1801-)
Catherine Davison (1803-)
Ezekiel Davison (1807-1899)
George W. Davison (1811-1871)



Namesakes of William Davison (1758-1832)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
William Davison (c1780-)Dublin, Ireland
William Davison (1807-1893)Pennsylvania, United StatesJefferson, Clinton County, Indiana, United StatesWilliam Davison (c1780-)Clarissa Sithens (1809-1892)
William Davison (1758-1832)Perrinville, New Jersey, United StatesJohn Davison (bef1737-c1798)Sarah (bef1758-)Catherine Holman (1766-1847)
William Davison (-1723)Margaret Oliphant (c1667-c1699)
William Andrew Davison (1902-1961)Belfast, Northern Ireland, United KingdomPalmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui, New ZealandGeorge Henry Davison (1864-1935)Anna Graham (Annie) Wilson (1877-1918)Marjorie Bell Copland (1900-1979)



Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • Davison, Arthur Henry. History and Genealogy of Davison, Davisson, Dividson Families. Cedar Rapids, IA: The Torch Press, 1935)



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