William Davidson (I013)
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|Birth|| 1769 21-2219-20 Cumberland Co, PA
|Marriage||Jane McConnaughey - FRANKLIN CO. PA
|Residence|| William and his brothers Archibald and Patrick were the first Davidsons in Venango Co
|Death|| 14 April 1825 (Age 55-56) Venango Co, PA
|Burial|| Warham Cemetery, Venango Co. PA
|Last Change|| 14 September 2007 - 21:01:56 by: Mark
|Linus Davidson, Sr., lists the following sources of information for William Davidson:|
1890 History of Venango Co., PA, p. 526
Mt. Irwin Cemetery, Amity Pres. Church, Irwin Twp., Venango Co., PA
Will Book 1, p. 98, Venango Co., PA
1810 Census, Venango Co., PA, Irwin Twp
McConnaughey Society of America Bulletin #4, pp 34-38
William Davidson to Thomas Cookson
Know all men by these present that I William Davidson of Middleton Township Cumberland County for & in consideration of eighty pounds lawfull money of Penssylv. to me in hand paid by Thomas Cookson of Lancaster Have granted bargained and sold & by6 these present Do grant Bargain & sell unto thes Thomas Cookson all that my plantation & Tract of one hundred & fifty acres of land Situate on Selart spring in y. s. County adjoining Patrick Davison & surveyed in part of his grant To hold to him the said Thomas Cookson his heirs & assigns forever under y. consideration money & Quitenby due to the humble ProXXXX With my hand & seal this 6th day of July 1750. William Davison (seal) Sealed & Delivered in presence of Matthew Dill - Thomas Wilson -- Cumberland County. Before me the subscriber one of the justices of the Court of common pleas for said county came William Davison the grantor above named & acknowledged the due execution of the foregoing Deed and desired the same might be adminstrd of record witness my hand and seal this 18th Ap;ril 1787.
Wareham Cemetery is located about 7 miles east of Amity church. You can locate it on a map by following PA State HW 8, about 2 miles N of I80 and just N of the town of Wesley. Scrubgrass Rd runs almost directly W off of HW 8. Just a little further N, Georgetown Rd runs NW off of HW 8. Wareham Cemetery is located between Scrubgrass and Georgetown roads. One way to access it is to go about 500 feet W on Scrubgrass Rd and then walk N to the cemetery.
In his letter dated 10/18/1984 to Alma Mounts, L. A. Davidson states that this William Davidson whom he refers to as William II, had no will.
The following documents were included with a cover letter sent by L. A. Davidson to Dorothy McElhaney, Venango Co. Hist Society. Since there was not room here, the letter with beginning documents are under Patrick Davidson, Sr. (b. Abt. 1747) Notes. Other documents listed in L. A. Davidson's letter are copied in the scrapbook for Patrick Davidson, Sr. and his son William Davidson.
PATRICK DAVIDSON of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. Family in order mentioned: Wife Martha Sons Patrick, Jr. and
Archibald - farm to be divided equally between them Daughters Elizabeth Porter, Margaret McOnoughie' Son Wn. Davidson
Daughters Martha McLaran Sons Jamy and Francy Executors - Sons Jamy and Patrick Witnesses - William Adams,
George W. Bartlett Will written 4 February l803; probated 27 December l8l6. Patrick Signed the Will, Source: Venan^o County Will Book 1 paga 1.
ARCHIBALD DAVIDSON of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. Farm to be divided equally between sons Thomas and John which adjoins
land of Patrick Davidson, Jr., Thomas Davidson, Marey Jonas. Thomas Davidson to have the part he now lives on. John to have the other half. Daughter Margret Davidson Other children - Patrick, Jane Macelfatrick (?), Martha William?, Mary Riddle Executors - Sons Thomas and John Davidson Witnesses - J.G. Maxwell, P.N. Range Will written l4 June l84?; probated 29 October 1859. Archibald signedthe Will. Source: Venango County Will Book 3 page 223.
PATRICK DAVIDSON of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. Son John L. - To get land known as Patrick Davidson farm on which I now
reside in Irwin Twp., 119 acres. Adjoins lands of Samuel Smith on the East, on West by lands of William A. Eakin, on North by John and William Davidson, on South by Eakin and Woodling. Also to get all his personal property, but John L. to pay for the different bequests made by Patrick. Son William A. Daughter Martha - to live with John L. on the homestead as long as she remains single Daughter Jane Scott wife of Alva Scott Daughter Mary Anne Condit wife of Silas Gondit Sons Joseph, James, Cyrus Executors - Joseph A. Allen, William A. Eakin Witnesses - Reuben York, Wm. Davidson, John M. Eakin all of Irwin Twp. Will written 5 May l862; probated 5 December 1866. Patrick Davidson signed the Will. Source: Venango County Will Book 4 page 70
PATRICK DAVIDSON of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. Brother Archibald Sister Martha McCarnan (sp?) Nephew Patrick Davidson son of William Davidson deceased Nephew Patrick Davidson son of Archibald Davidsbn - all my real estate, carpenter tools, quarrying tools, farming utensils, cider vessels, etc. Niece Jane daughter of Arcliibald Nephew Thomas Davidson Executors - Brother Archibald Davidson and his son Patrick Witnesses - John Elder, Thos. McKee Will written 7 May l828. Patrick Davidson signed the Will.
No probate date given. Source; Venango County Will Book 1 page 98.
1768, February 3
On above date Patrick Davidson took out Warrant for 100 acres of land in Fanet Twp., Cumberland County (now Metal Twp. , Franklin County). Adjoined lands of John Clark and Francis Elliot,. Source: Warrantees of Land, West Side Applications, Division of Land Records, Pennyyivania Archives, Harrisburg, Pa. - Application #4737 Survey Book A22 paga 66. 1797. February 17Patrick Davidson accept 112 acres 19 perches, Metal Twp., Franklin County. Date of Warrant 17 February 1797. Returned 25 February 1797, 112 acres 19 perches to Patrick. Davidson. Patent Book P31 page 375; Survey Book A22 page 66, Source: Warrantees of Land, Franklin County, Division of Land Records, Pannsylvania Archives, Harrisburg, Pa. ~ Warrant #74.
In consideration of the sum of 25 pounds, 5 shillings 9 pence now paid by Patrick Davidson the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania granted to Patrick Davidson a tract of land called "Landscape" situate in Mettle Twp. Franklin County. Adjoins lands of William Ashbridge, land (now) of John Noble, John Brown, Francis Elliot containing 112 acres 19 perches surveyed in pursuance of Application #4737 dated 3 Februa-ry 1768 granted to the said Patrick Davidson to whom Warrant for acceptance of said survey issued 17 February 1797* Signed by Governor Thomas Mifflin 24 March 1797. Inrolled 5 April 1797. Source: Patent Book P.31 page 375, Division of Land Records, Pennsylvania Archives, Harrisburg, Pa. Survey Mettle Twp., Franklin County (formerly Fannet Twp., Cumberland County) for 112 acres 19 perches of land. Resurvey January 24, 1797 in pursuance of order of survey granted to Patrick Davidson dated 3 February 1768, #4737. Returned 25 February 1797 to said Davidson on Warrant to accept dated 17th instant. Land adjoins John Brown, land formerly of John Glark now of John Noble, William Ashbridge, Francis Elliot. Source; Survey Book A22 page 66, Division of Land Records, Pennsylvania Archives, Harrisburg, Pa. (Comment - The survey drawing showed a stream running through this land, but stream not identified by name)
1798. April 9
Indenture of above date between Patrick Davidson and his wife Martha of Metal Twp,, Franklin County, Pa., and Peter Witter of Peters Twp.,
Franklin County, Pa, Patrick Davidson in 1797 obtained a Patent from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for a tract of land called Landscape in Mettle Twp. Adjoined lands of William Ashbridge, land (now) of John Noblo, John Brown, Francis Elliott containing 112 acres, 19 perches. Surveyed in pursuance of Application #4737 dated 3 February 1768 granted to Patrick Davidson to which a warrant for acceptance of said survey was issued 17 February 1797 (Patent Book #31 page 375). For 840 pounds Patrick and Martha Davidson sold this land to Peter Witter. Patrick and Martha Davidson signed the deed. Witnesses John Newley, John McAllen. Recorded 31 July 1798. Source: Franklin County Deed Book 4 page 330.
PATRICK DAVIDSON -2.
1801., November 23
Warrant #1, Vonango County, Pa. - Davidaon, Patrick; eurvey 400 acres, Scrubgrass, date of warrant 23 November l801. .Returned 17 May l804; 429 acres 86 perches to Patrick Davidson, Patent Book P54 paga 199; Survey Book C46 page 235. Source: Venango County Warrant indax, Division of Land Records, Pennsylvania Archives,' Harrisburg, Pa
1802, June 4
Survay Venango County, Irwin Twp. on waters of Scrubgrass Creek. Adjoins lands settled by David McConehy and others containing 429
acres 86 perchas. Surveyed Juna 4, l802 on Warrant granted to Patrick Davidson dated 23 November l8oi. Returned 17 May l804. Warrant #l for 400 acres. Accepted 4 September l802. Source: Survoy Book C46 page 235, Division of Land Records, Pennsylvania Archivas, Harrisburg, Pa,
1804. May 17
In consideration of monies paid by Patrick Davidson of Venango County, farmer, into the Receiver General's Office of this Commonwealth at the granting of the Warrant hereinafter mentioned, and of the sum of $2?.90 now paid by him and also in consideration of the said Patrick Davidson, having made it appear that he made or caused to be made an actual settlement and continuod residsnce on the hereinafter describad tract of land as is required by the 9th Section of an Act of the Gensral Assembly of this Commonwealth passed 3 April 1?92 entitled an Act for the Sale of Vacant Lands within This Commonwealth, there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto the said Patrick Davidson a certain tract of land called "Patricks Hope" situate in Irwin Twp, Venango County. Adjoins lands of David McConehig and other land, by surveyed land, containing 429 acres 86 perches which said tract was surveyed in pursuance of Warrant dated 23 November l801 granted to Patrick Davidson. Signed by Governor Thomas McKean 17 May l804. Inrolled 18 May l804. Source: Patent Book P54 page 199, Division of Land Records, Psnnsylvania Archives, Harrisburg, Pa.
1805. April 23
Indenture of above date. Patrick Davidson, Senior and Martha his wife
of Venango County, Pa. for 100 pounds paid by James Peebles of tha town
of Fannetsburg, Franklin County, Pa,, make ovar to Jaraaa Peebles all
their right, title, of a lot in the town of Fannetsburg, Franklin County
#64 with one-half of a well of water between said lot and John Harvey's
lot. Patrick and Martha Davidson both signed the deed. Witnesses Wm»
Clark, Wm. Davidson. Source: Franklin County Deed Book 7 page l66.
Grawford County. On 23 April 1805 Patrick Dayidson and his wife Martha
acknowledged the above indenture before William dark one of the Associate
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of said County and desired that same
be recorded. Recorded 11 April l8o6. Same source as above.
PATRICK DAVIDSON -3-
1805, April ?
Indenture dated ____ of April 1805 between Patrick Davidson, Senr.,
and Martha his wife and William Davidson and Jean his wife each of
Venango County, Pa., and John Harvey of the town of Fannitsburgh (sic),
Franklin County, Pa. For 55 pounds the abova~mentioned Davidsons sold
to John Harvey all their rights and title to lot #66 in the town of
Fannitsburgh, Franklin County, with the one-half of a well of water
between said lot and James Peopels (sic) lot. "Patrick, Martha, William,
and Jean Davidson all signed the deed.
Crawford County. On 23 April 1805 before William Clark one of the
Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas cama Patrick Davidaon
and wife Martha and William Davidson and wife Jane and acknowledged
the above indenture and desired it to be recorded. Recorded 19 April
l8l6. Source: Franklin County Deed Book 11 page 639.
l805, December l6
Indenture of above date between David McConnaughay and hia wife Margaret
of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. who sold and made over all their
right, title, and interest of a house and lot in the town of Fanneta-
burg. Franklin County, #64; to Patrick Davidson Senior of the place
aforesaid for the sum of 100 pounds. David and Margaret McGonnaughey
both signed the deed. Witnesses John HcLaran, Archibald Davidaon.
Recorded 11 April l806. Source: Franklin County Deed Book 7 paga l66«
l8l7, February 5
Patrick Davidson late of Venango County, Pa. died seized of a tract of
land in Irwin Twp. called "Patricks Hope." Adjoins lands of David
McConochy (sic) and other land, surveyed land, containing 429 acres
86 perches granted to Patrick Davidson by Patent dated 17 May l804
(Patent Book 54-199). By Patrick's Will he devised this land to his
two sons Patrick and Archibald to be equally divided between them.
The sons partitioned the land between themselves. Archibald Davidson
for $1.00 paid by Patrick Davidson released to Patrick Davidson his
rights to one-half part of the tract as follows - 295 perches adjoins
land of John Hoffman. Dated 3 February l8l7. Archibald Davidson
signed the deed. Recorded 3 February l8l7. Source: Venango County
Deed Book B page 297.
Same information as above except - Patrick Davidson releases for $1.00
to Archibald Davidson his rights to one-half of the tract which
adjoins lands of Peter Walter, Mary Baker. Dated 3 February l8l7.
Recorded 3 February l8l7. Source; Venango County Deed Book B page 297.
1845, April l8
Deeds of release of above date of the hairs of William Davidson late of Irwin Twp.
Venango County who died intestate - his widow Jane, his sons Patrick,
David, John, and William. Source: Venango County Deed Book GG pagea
l49 through 155» (See summaries on page 4)
l820, February l8
Indenture of above date between Stephen Barlow of Falrfield, Connecticut
and Henry Baldwin of the city of Pittsburgh parties of the first part
and William Davidson of Venango County, Pa. For $2.00 and for divers
good causes and consideration the said Baldwin and Barlow more especlnlly
thereunto moving sold to William Davidson a tract in Venango County, Pa.
containing 150 acres for the settlement right to the tract of land
surveyed on a Warrant granted to Charles (sic) Owen dated 21 April 1794
agreeably to an article between the above parties dated 21 November
l8l9. Recorded September 20, l864. Source: Venango County Deed Book
GG page 154.
1822, May 11
John Waldron and wife_Maria of Butler County, Pa, for $200 sold to
William Davidson of Venango County, Pa,, tract of land ,in Irwin Twp,
Venango County. Adjoins tract surveyed on Warrant in name of
Griffith (sic) Owen "acres one hundred, one quarter twenty perches and
four tenths of a perch strict measure". John Waldron and Maria both
signed the deed. Recorded September 20, l864. Source: Venango County
Deed Book GG page 151.
1845, April l8
Indenture of above date between Patrick Davidson, David Davidson,
William Davidson of the first p arty and John Davidson of the second
party all of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa., all being heirs equal nnd
undivided of the estate of William Davidson late of Irwin Twn. deceased
intestate. Parties of the first part release to John Davidson party of
the second part their rights as heirs in common of said intestate, to a
parcel of land part of the estate of said intestate containing 75 acres
104 perches: part of larger tract owned by said deceased. Deed signed
by Patrick^David, and William Davidson. Recorded September 20, l864.
Recorded September 20, l864. Source: Venango County Deed Book GG-148,
Indenture dated l8 April l845 between John Waldron and wife Jane of
Cranberry Twp., Butler County, Pa,: Martha Davidson of Irwin twp.,
Venango County, Pa.; Isaiah McDowall and wife Elizabeth of Wolf Creek
Twp., Mercer County, Pa.: David McQuiston and wife Mary: Margaret Sterrritt
relict of Alexander Sterritt late of Irwin Twp., Venango County deceased
all parties of the first part nnd Patrick Davidson, David Davidson,
John Davidson, and William Davidson all parties of the second part and
all of Irwin Twp. For $200 the parties of the first part sold to to the
parties of the second pnrt their right in common of the estate of the
said deceased - all the realestate of William Davidson in Irvin Twp.
Parties of the first part received the following payment: S40 to
Jane Waldron, $40 to Martha Davidson, $40 to Elizabeth McDowell, $4O
to Mary McQuiston, S4o to Margaret Sterrett all heirs in common and
undivided of the estate of William Davidson late of Irwin Twp. deceased
intestate. Signatures on this deed: Martha Davidson (X her mark),
Elizabeth McDowell, D.M. McQuiston, John Waldron, Jane Waldron, Isaiah
McDowell, Margaret Sterrott, Mary McQuiston. Recorded September 20,
l864. Source; Venango County Deed Book GG page l49.
1845, April l8
Indenture of above date bctweon Patrick Davidson, David Davidson, and
John Davidson of the first part and William Davidson of the second part
all of Irwin Twp., Venango County being heirs common and undivided of
the estate of William Davidson late of Irwin Twp. deceased intestate.
The parties of the first part release to William Davidson party of the
second part their interest, shares, rights as heirs in common of said
intestate a parcel of land being a part of the said intestates estate
containing 70 acres 35 perches which is part of a larger tract of land
owned by the said deceased William Davidson, Deed signed by Patrick
Davidson, David Davidson, and John Davidson. Recorded September 20,
l864. Source: Venango County Deed Book GG page 152.
1845, July l8
Deeds of Release of the Dower of Jane Davidson to her sons. Jane
Davidson of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa., relict of William Davidson
late of said township aforesaid, in consideration of the provisions
hereafter made as well as for the love and affection she hath to her
sons and for other good causes and considerations releases to Patricl-
Davidson, David Davidson, John Davidson, and William Davidson my sons
and their heirs all dower and title and rights to a parcel of land and
tenements being all the real estate of which my late husband William
Davidson died possessed. Jane Davidson signed the deed with her mark X,
In consideration of the above relinquishment of dower and thirds in
said estate we John and William Davidson hereby bind ourselves and our
heirs to provide for the maintenance in sickness and health of the
said Jane Davidson always providing suitable food, clothing, houseroom,
fuel, and medical aid in sickness and all such attention to her wants.
Also proper keeping for such beasts as may be necessary for her use,
said provisions to be borne equally by the said John and William Davidson
and it is also agreed that the said William and John Davidson shall pay
equally in the portions to the 5 stats(?) as a consideration of their
several quit claims to said estate. John and William Davidson both
signed the deed. Jane Davidson appeared before the Justice of the Peace
and acknowledged this instrument of writing to be her act and deed and
desired that the same be recorded, l8 April l845« Recorded September
20, 1864. Source; Venango County Deed Book GG page 150.
1851, June 21
Indenture of above date between James Dundas and Benjamin Kugler of
Philadelphia, Pa», trustees of the North American Land Company by their
attorney Arthur Cullum of the first part and John Dundas (later said
John Davidson) of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. For $150 the part of
the first part sold to the party of the second part a tract of land in
Venango County. Adjoins lands of William Muleholand, S.M. or W. Brush,
John Waldron, William Bean and Clinton Kennedy containing 75 acres.
Part of larger tract originally surveyed on warrant in name of (Guntt, Pratt?)
dated 21 April 1794 being part of land conveyed by Stephen Barlow
to aforesaid Trustees by deed dated 22 June l844 (Deed Book K pages
6 to l4). Recorded September 20, l864. Source; Venango County Deed
Book GG page 153.
1834, November 25. Deed dated l844, June 22
625 Warrants for tracts of land surveyed in the name of Henry Pratt
1 June l8l6 who granted tracts to Henry Baldwin and Stephen Barlow,
Esq., of Meadville, Crawford County, Pa. (Mercer County Deed Book
D-514). Following lands in Venango County;
1834, Nov. 25 - Tract #250 to John Davidson, 75 acres; $150
1834, Nov. 25 - Tracts #251, 26l to Patrick Davidson, 50 acres: $100
Source; Venango County Deed Book K page 6, 10.
1845, April l8
Indenture of above date between Patrick Davidson, John Davidson, and
William Davidson of the first part and David Davidson of second part,
all of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa., all being heirs common and
undivided of the estate of William Davidson deceased intestate.
Parties of the first part for ourselves and our heirs in consideration
of mutual and reciprocal quit claims and releases each unto the other
their several interests in said estate do assign, quit claim, and
release unto David Davidson our interests, shares, and rights as heirs
in common of William Davidson deceased, a parcel of land part of said
intestate's estate as his share. Land adjoins county road containing
52 acres 153 perches being the westerly part of a larger tract owned
by William Davidson deceased. Patrick, William, and John Davidson all
signed the deed. Recorded 26 May l851 (Source; Venango County Deed
Book M page 83)
1845, April l8
Indenture of above date between David Davidson, John Davidson, and
William Davidson parties of the first part and Patrick Davidson party
of second part, all of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa., all heirs
common and undivided of the estate of William Davidson deceased
intestate. Parties of the first part released unto Patrick Davidson
a parcel of land as his share in estate of William Davidson deceased.
Land adjoins Kuhns and Yard containing 119 acres 74 perches part of
larger tract owned by the deceased William Davidson. David, John, and
William Davidson all signed the deed. Recorded 20 December l864.
Source: Venango County Deed Book Z page 482.
1851, August 1
Indenture of above date between John Davidson and wife Margaret and
William Davidson all of Irwin Twp., Venango County, Pa. For $75 John
and Margaret Davidson sold to William Davidson a parcel of land in
Irwin Twp. Adjoins dividing line of larger tract between John and
William Davidson, lands of William Mulholand containing 39 1/4 acres.
John and Margaret Davidson both signed the deed. Recorded September
20, l864. Source: Venango County Deed Book GG page 150.
1854, November 23
Indenture of above date between Arthur Cullum and his wife Adelaide of
Meadville, Crawford County, Pa., and Patrick Davidson of Irwin Twp.,
Venango County, Pa. For $156.59 the Cullums sold to Patrick Davidson
land in Irwin Twp. Adjoins lands of Wm. A. Eakin, John Waldron, Wm.
Davidson containing 50 acres. Also another tract adjoining 1ands of
McMurdy, Wm. Davidson containing l8 acres 47 perches. Parts oF 2
larger tracts surveyed on Warrants in names of Griffith Owen and
Charles Owen dated 21 April 1794. Part of land conveyed to Arthur
Gollum by James Dundas and Benjamin Kugler Trustees of the North American
Land Company by deed dated 17 April 1854 (see Deeds GO-151, 153, 154).
Recorded 20 December 1864. Source; Venango County Deed Book Z page 487.
In History of Vanango Co PA, it says: "The nearest blacksmith was William Davidson, on Sandy Creek (He settled in 1798). Unknown if this is our William.
The following is from a tape made by L. A. Davidson, Sr. in the late 1980's and added here by R.E.D 5/24/06
William Davidson was born 1769. He is buried at Wareham Cemetery in Venengo Co PA. Jane McConnaughey is buried at Amity Cemetery Irwin TS. William and Jane had lived in Huntington Co apparently and arrived in Venango Co and I believe in Irwin TS in 1798. I looked him up in Huntington Co and presumed he lived in an area quite close to Path Valley which is close to Huntington Co. William was one of the early Constables and lost his life in the line of duty. He was shot and killed April 14, 1845? by a man named Robert Scott. Robert Scott was tried for the crime and found innocent by reason of insanity. William was listed as constable of Irwin TS in 1819. He was auditor of Irwin TS among one of 4 auditors of Irwin TS in 1823. He was constable again in 1824. He was a veteran of the war of 1812 and went to the defense of Erie in 1813. He got sick and had to come home and his son Patrick went to take his place. William obtained a 400 acre tract. He was one of the original members of Amity Pres Church and is credited as being the founder of the church. He was a ruling elder for many years. One source of this info is 1890 history of Venango Co. Published by Brown, Runk and Co.
Per tax records listed in 9/20/1982 letter from Calvin Allen to Linus Davidson, William was listed as blacksmith in 1811. He quit the trade in 1812 but was listed again as blacksmith in 1814. (Maybe because of War of 1812, RED) He owned 300 acres, 2 horses and 2 cows in 1815. In this listing, Patrick was shown to have 100 acres, a part of William's. In 1824, William had 300 acres and David Davidson had 50 acres so Patrick was included in William's 350 acres. The following was listed in 1825:
David Davidson, 50 acres, 1 horse, 1 cow, blacksmith
William Davidson, 350 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows.
Patrick Jr., 50 acres, 1 horse, 1 cow
John, 1 cow
Patrick Jr., 200 acres, 1 horse, 2 cows
Archibald, 200 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows. Had arrow pointed to Patrick Jr???
In 1926, William was dead and farm listed with John Davidson, 350 acres
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