Post by benotforgot on Apr 22, 2008 21:23:21 GMT -6
[/url] < (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma of the Keeper of this website . . . [/ul] [/size][/quote]
[/url] < 30 August 1830 in Morgan County, Georgia. He was born 04 November 1811 in Georgia, and died 30 November 1863, presumably in Texas. He was the son of Grant Davis and Nancy S. Tate Anthony. [/ul] [/size][/quote]
Post by benotforgot on Apr 22, 2008 23:12:55 GMT -6
[/url] < Timeline 7: 18 January 1832, GA Birth: of son, Wilson, in Morgan County Timeline 8: 11 August 1833, GA Birth: of daughter, Margaret, in Morgan County Timeline 9: 10 June 1835, GA Birth: of son, Milton, in Morgan County Timeline 10: 03 December 1838, GA Birth: of son, James, in Morgan County
Timeline 11: 1840, Census: ? Timeline 12: 10 May 1842, GA Birth: of daughter > Josephine < in Morgan County
Timeline 13: 1850, GA Age: 40 = b. 1810 Timeline 14: 1850, GA Census: Morgan County Timeline 15: 1850, GA Head of Household: Milton G. Davis Timeline 16: 05 April 1857, GA Death: of Father in Morgan County Timeline 17: 22 April 1857, GA Death: in Madison, Morgan County
Children of AMERICA FEARS and MILTON G. DAVIS are listed below. [/ul] [/size][/quote]
Post by benotforgot on May 11, 2008 17:07:14 GMT -6
Bermuda grass is first grown in the United States.
Third census in U.S. records 7,239,881 . . . Of the new total, 1,191,364 are slaves, up from 481,746 a decade earlier. . . . The door-to-door census conducted by marshals and aides took 11 months to complete and cost $178,444.67. . . .
Ice cream is in fashion now that Dolley Madison serves it at state dinners. . . . The passion is not new. Some say Washington spent $200 on ice cream in the hot 1790 summer.