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Wm Davis Feemster 1827 NC>MS>KS 1910
Posted by: Teresa (ID *****4028) Date: July 29, 2004 at 09:10:38
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Searching for info in family of William Davis Feemster (b 1827 NC) and died after 1910 in Bourbon Co, Kansas. He was the son of Rev. Silas J. Feemster & Abagail M. Davis, who also lived in Lowndes Co, Mississippi.

In 1850, William was living in Lowndes Co, MS with his first wife, Frances A. Robinson (1828-1860). They had 4 known children: Allie, Thomas, Eliza, & Frances.

In July 1860, William married Elizabeth Randall (b 1828) dtr of Silas Randall & Mary Feemster (sis of Silas Feemster). William and Elizabeth had 2 children: Davis Randall Feemster & Mary A. Feemster.

In 1880, Wm & Elizabeth with 2 children are living in Freedom Twp, Bourbon Co, Kansas, along with Elizabeth's brother & sister (William & Mary Randall).

Son, Davis married Rose Woods/Wood bet 1895-1900 and listed on 1900 Freedom Twp, Boubon Co, KS, but he is listed back in the hh of his parents in 1910 with no wife but stating "married for 8 yrs".

Daughter, Mary A. appears to never have married.

William, 82, & Elizabeth, 81, are finally listed on the 1910 census, along with dtr, Mary, 47, and son, Davis, 43. Wm & Elizabeth probably died between 1910-1920.

Davis is listed on the 1920 census, age 53, living alone/widow.

Does anyone know where any of these persons are buried or any information to add?

Thank you, Teresa

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