Hi Davis Family Pioneers collective community. Based on your online input and sharing, I've been able to piece together two HUGE pieces of the tree. The first is the actual genetic link between Barnabus and Foulk Davis. I knew they were connected because we have DNA in the Barnabus line but have lots of matches … Continue reading Two Davis Genealogy Breakthroughs This Week!! Watch & Learn What We’ve Learned
As a follow on to this morning's Davis Family Pioneers video, I have promised a second video today that covers three slides in great detail. This detail will help you see all three major Southern Davis lines and how ours fits into it along with many of you. From here we will share how the … Continue reading Davis Family Pioneers Part 2: Delving More Deeply Into The Davis Kinship Tree
Hello all you Davis genealogists who are seeking to learn more about our extended and extensive Davis clan that spent the early 1700s-1800s here in Appalachia. I've promised you all a video series going over the entire Davis lineage in detail. Here is video one. You'll want to follow each video I do on this … Continue reading Davis Family Pioneers Part 1: Learning About The Southern Appalachia Davis Kin – A Virtual Genealogy Session
My husband and I began a genealogical journey into our family tree recently to understand where he and his brother and sister came from and what the family history is. While I married in to the family tree, I believe it is paramount for us to capture and preserve this history for generations to come. … Continue reading Davis Lineage ~ The Amazing Story Of Our Ancestral History (570 years explained)
The South was never about the pitting of blacks against whites. It was rather a collection of individuals - some free, some indentured, some slaves and some native to the land pre- "others" - who all melted together into a cohesiveness not yet truly explored within our American roots. Together this made up what is now known of as our Davis clan; a broad and deep mixture of Melungeon (ancient Portuguese/Moor/Middle Eastern), Native American (Powhatan/Cherokee), and European (Welsh/Scots-Irish) that goes back 369 years, to 1650 in America. So, let's begin. Who was Jefferson Davis?
In genealogical circles associated with "Davis" history there are several places where roadblocks exist. Sometimes this is due to no paper trail at some point, or lack of birth or burial dates, or simply a family not carrying down through the ages, the written record. One such question revolves around "Aaron Davis" (1754 or 1758) … Continue reading For Davis Genealogy Enthusiasts — Our Research Into Where Aaron Davis (1754) Links In (The Missing Puzzle Piece)
Amazing discoveries and history revealed through DNA. Our ancestral progenitors of the Davis line prove that three different Davis lines are in fact one. Click this link to read more.