AGNES M. (WILSON) DAVISON
 

The Tales of a Blair Family    

 

Born: December 1860
Location:
Crawford County, Pennsylvania
Died:
1928  Age: 68 years
Location:
Unknown
Cause of Death:
Unknown
Buried:
Mt. Blair Cemetery, Crawford Cty., PA

Father:  Francis H. Wilson
Mother:
Eliza Blair

Children:  Frank W., James H., Willie (died young), Ethel Blair, Marion E., Robert Lawrence.


Spouse:
Robert G. Davison
Son of:
James H. Davison and Mary M. Hunter
Born:
1853
Died:
1917, Crawford Cty., PA  Age: 64
Cause of Death:
Unknown
Health Issues:
Unknown
Marriage Date: 
abt. 1880
Marriage Location:
Unknown
Buried: 
Mt. Blair Cemetery, Crawford Cty., PA
Occupation of Spouse:
Farmer
 

Occupation: Farmer's wife
Education:
Unknown
Health Issues:
Unknown, info wanted

  • 1870 Census: Woodcock Twp., Crawford Cty., PA, with parents

  • 1880 Census: Woodcock Twp., Crawford Cty., PA, with parents

  • 1900 Census: Woodcock Twp., Crawford Cty, PA

  • 1910 Census: Woodcock Twp., Crawford Cty., PA--Listed under the name of Davidson.

  • 1920 Census: Woodcock Twp., Crawford Cty., PA- Robert has passed on and Agnes is living with daughter Ethel and son Robert Lawrence.  Next door to son James.

  • Photos and other information wanted.

  • County History on James H. Davison, father-in-law of subject, see below.

 

Father-in-law (not son) of subject:
From: History of Crawford County, Pennsylvania: Chicago: Warner & Beers & Co.:1885: page 1145:
JAMES H. DAVISON: (Deceased) was born in New Jersey, September 1822, and is a son of William and Susan (Dillentosh) Davison, who settled Woodcock Township, this county, in 1825, locating on the farm now owned by John George, Jr., which they cleared and improved. James H., our subject was a shoe-maker by trade, but generally followed agricultural pursuits. He was united in marriage, January 22, 1855, with Mary M., daughter of David and Catherine (Carr) Hunter, who were among the early settlers of this township. To this union were born five children: William H., Catherine (deceased), Robert G., Dora D. (deceased) and Eliza J. (deceased). Mr. Davison, during the war of the Rebellion, enlisted in 1862 in the Ninth Pennsylvania Reserves, and died in the hospital of typhoid pneumonia, November 11, 1862, after two months service. For many years he had been a member of the Presbyterian Church at Woodcock. In politics he was a Republican.

 

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