Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Luke Davis

Male Aft 1720 - Aft 1753  (> 33 years)

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  1. 1.  Luke Davis was born after 1720 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1753 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.


    DAVIS, THOMAS, SR., Frederick County, planter. 16 Feb, 1753; 17 Mar, 1753
    To Elizabeth Davis, wife, personal estate; land on the north side of the Hoghouse Branch in Charles County, called "Wittan Enlarged". beginning at; the north east side of the land of John Poston, Sr., at the adjoining of the sd. Posten's and James Davis' fences, and running to the land of Samuel Johnston; slave boy called Frank, to be set free after her decease; If she dies before son James Davis, is age 21, Mathew Edwards is to take them both., at decease of wife.
    Property to be divided equally bet. Peter, Absalom, Thomas, Luke and James.
    Wife Elizabeth Davis, extx.
    Wit: Jeremiah Neal, Mark Edwards, James Edwards. 28.491
    1752-1756 Frederick County MD Land Records{Patricia Abelard Andersen}
    233. Thomas Fletchall recorded bill of sale, 16 July 1753. I Luke Davis of Charles Co., planter, one mulatto Boy named Frank, now in the possession of Elizabeth Davis of FC, widow, for the consideration of one mare. and also 2800 Ibs. tob. Signed Luke Davis, before Isaac Eltinge, Charles Neall by his mark.