Ailsey (Alice) Davis1

F, #1647, b. circa 1726, d. circa 1791
Last Edited=29 Oct 2007
     Ailsey (Alice) Davis, daughter of William Davis and Anne Walker, was born circa 1726 at Orange County, North Carolina.1 Ailsey (Alice) Davis was the daughter of William Davis and Anne Walker.2

Ailsey (Alice) Davis married Elijah Teague, son of William Abel Teague and Isabella E. Pennington, circa 1747 at Frederick County, Virginia.1,21

Alice [Ailsey] resided during the American Revolution at Black Jack, 96th District, South Carolina, now Newberry, and acted in the capacity of patriot by rendering material aid to the Army. She furnished provisions and forage for militia use.

Also listed in "Stub Entries to Indents issued in payment of Claims against South Carolina growing out of the Revolution, Books 157 #318 Book is Mrs Alee Teague. After the murder of her husband, she continued to supply the militia from her farm. (In this record the C was miscopied as an E.) The next entry in the book is to her son Samuel Teague.

Alice is listed in the DAR Patriot Index p 2896 PS SC.1

Ailsey (Alice) Davis died circa 1791 at Frederick County, Virginia.1,2

Citations

  1. [S94] Ancestry.com, online Ancestry.com, Unknown Author (Ancestry World Tree #1188001), downloaded May 2001.
  2. [S192] Alan Lerwick, "E-Mail Correspondence with Alan Lerwick," E-Mail message from (author E-Mail address private) at (unknown address) to this researcher, 2005. Hereinafter cited as "Correspondence - Alan Lerwick."