Reunions with Bibb County Ancestors or Related Families

MIDDLEBROOK(S) FAMILY

The Middlebrooks Family Association is sponsors an Annual Meeting each summer. The Association was founded to bring together interested family members to preserve our family history for future generations.

The highlights of each year's meeting are getting acquainted, sharing information and sharing family trees. Highlights of each meeting generally include field trips relating to family history. The more serious activities will be discussions on the Middlebrook(s) Family Register Update, establishing a Middlebrook(s) and allied families' information repository and other interesting subjects.

Details about the next annual meeting will be available as they develop on the MFA web site.




BRASWELL FAMILY REUNION

The Descendants of Arthur Braswell and Patience Pearce meet every year in Sandersville, Georgia on the Sunday before Labor Day.
If you would like more details as they develop for the next reunion, or about this line of Braswells,
you can contact Jennifer S. Braswell, Secretary, Arthur Braswell Reunion




THIRD ANNUAL DAVIS REUNION

Saturday, October 21, 2006
Monroe County Club House
15 South Phelps St.
Forsyth, Monroe Co., Ga.

 Time 10:00 a.m.  -  4:00 p.m.

Please bring your family genealogy, stories and pictures to share with everyone.  Bring your camera and a big smile!

Each family is asked to bring enough food and beverage to feed their family plus two other people.  
This will accommodate others who are traveling from out of state and have no means to prepare a meal.  
Those from out of town could pick up a bucket of chicken, etc.  Plates, Utensils and cups will be provided.

Let us know if you have any food allergies or a special diet?
There will be activities and games provided for the children.

If you plan to attend please furnish:

 Name

Address [U. S. Postal]

E-mail address

The number of people you will have in your family, with their information as above.

We will need this information no later that September 21, 2006 if possible.

 

Send to  Ava Davis Moseley 

or

Jim & Maureen Born  

 

Come prepared to have a good time!  We look forward to seeing everyone and meeting new family members!
More news will be sent as we near the reunion date.

 Our oldest known Davis Ancestors are:

 John W. Davis, born 1771 in North Carolina, Unknown 1st. wife, and second wife, Mary Polly Dunnagher married 23 Jan 1825 in Jones Co., Georgia, U. S. A.

 Children of John W. Davis and unknown 1st wife:

John S. Davis
Richard Franklin Davis married Healy Harty J. Morris
Reuben Benjamin Davis married Lavenia F. Unknown
Sherod Y. Davis
Harriett Hannah F. Davis married Benjamin C. Smith
Rachel A. Davis married Tapley Booth and second Lewis Whitley [Whatley]
William H. Davis married Caroline Missouri Gardner
Green W. Davis married 1st. Ann May and 2nd Susan Henrietta Hugley
Elizabeth A. Davis married Thomas Carter and second William W. 'Robert' Womack
Sarah Ann Davis married Emerson Guy
Allan J. Davis married Unknown

 

Children of John W. Davis and second wife, Mary Polly Dunnager
Milo T. [Thomas] Davis married Sarah Jane Windham
Mary Jane Davis married James W. Windham
Margaret M. Davis married James B. Windham
Frances N. Davis married Unknown
Rebecca A. Davis married Francis Marion Windham

 
Joshua B. Davis, Sr., born in NC, married Sarah Ruth Unknown 
Joshua B. Davis, Jr., born 09 Dec 1799 married Elizabeth Betty Green on 29 Nov 1826 in Jones Co., Ga.

 We have not proven, but believe, that John W. Davis and Joshua B. Davis, Sr., were brothers. They also had a Brother William Davis.



 










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