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Note for:   Gerda Sofie Fyn,   1877 - 1954         Index
Individual note:   Person Source



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Note for:   Margit Nikoline Fyn,   1879 -          Index
Individual note:   Person Source



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Note for:   Torsdatter,   1622 -          Index
Burial:   
     Date:   27 DEC 1712


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Note for:   Ingeborg,   1627 -          Index
Burial:   
     Date:   21 MAR 1706


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Note for:   Hans Persen,   1787 - 1804         Index
Burial:   
     Date:   1804
     Place:   London, ENG


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Note for:   Gullik Henriksen,   ABT 1825 -          Index
Birth note:    father Henrik Kristensen



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Note for:   William Armstrong Davison,   20 AUG 1810 - 06 JAN 1877         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Jefferson City, MO
Individual note:   Graduated, 1834, Philidelphia Medical College, now the
University of Penn. He 1st located at Wheeling, W.VA., but in
1840 removed to jefferson City, MO. and was taken into
partnership by his bro., Dr. Alexander McDonald DAVISON, who,
although still under 30, possessed the largest and most
lucraive practice in the city. While in Wheeling, he met and
married (1836) Ann Alexander Caldwell, dau. of Judge Alecander
Caldwell. They married at the residence of the Judge in
Wheeling, VA. (now W.VA.)Double ring ceremony with her sister,
Mary Elizabeth Scoville CALDWELL to Hugh BRADY. See du Bellet
and stories compiled by A.C. POWELL. See log the Dr. kept
while in MO. 3 siblings married into Maj. Issac Hite 'of
Belle Grove Plantation' Middletown,VA & 2nd wife, Ann Tunstall
Maury Alexander McDonald 1st wife=Matilda Madison Hite
Maria Louise m. Isaac Fontaine Hite Jr. John Smith Bull
Davison m. Mary Eltinge Hite
Individual note:   BIOGRAPHY: Graduated U. of Pennsylvania Medical College. Buried
Jefferson City, MO
Individual note:   See'Some Prominent Families of VA'. duBellet.



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Note for:   John Smith Bull Davison,   08 DEC 1802 - 1874         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Long Meadow Cem.
Individual note:   See Some Prominent VA. Families by du Bullet. Vol. III ppg.
66-68. Lawyer. His farm consisted of about 1,000 acres, given
to his wife by her father, Maj. Isaac Hite, on the North Branch
of the Shenandoah River and named it 'The Forest.' Called 'The
Old Squire.' Drew plan for St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel in
Middletown. Represented Fredrick & Warren Co., VA in Senate;
Vesterman; Attended UVA till father's death. Came home to
take care of father's business.



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Note for:   Edward Jaquelin Davison,   BETWEEN 24 MAY 1804 AND 1805 -          Index
Individual note:   Married Eleanor Conway Baldwin, dau. of Dr. Cornelius Baldwin,
and Nelly Conway, nee HITE. They lived several years at 'Cedar
Grove,' then removed to Cole Co, MO. Both d. in Jefferson City,
MO. leaving issue



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Note for:   Maria Louise Davison,   01 MAY 1808 - 23 MAR 1889         Index
Individual note:   Woman of remarkable attainments, ept. in music. Married Isaac
Fontaine Hite, Sr., son of Major Isaac Hite, of Belle Grove,
and Ann Tunstall Maury, his 2nd wife. Only 2 of their 8
children attained maturity.