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'''Andrew Davisson, M.D. married Rebecca Todd 15 June 1807'''--Rebecca was the daughter of James Todd
 
 
'''Josiah Davisson married Sarah Todd 11 May 1819'''--Sarah was the daughter of James Todd
 
 
'''Mary Davisson married John White 12 June 1817'''
 
 
'''Robert Davidson married Margaret Hamilton 3 July 1821'''
 
 
'''Margaret Davison married William G. Pierce 19 April 1825'''---Margaret was the daughter of Edward Davison of Bourbon Co. KY and who settled in Pickaway Co., OH
 
 
'''Hannah Davison married William Fox (Faux) 11 April 1826''' by Josiah Davisson, J.P.--Hannah was the daughter of Richard and Mary (Sellers) Davison from Frederick Co., VA and settled in Greene Co., OH.
 
 
'''Joseph Davidson married Margaret McClelland 31 March 1827'''
 
 
'''James Davison married Nancy Browder 3 August 1827'''--James was the son of Richard and Mary (Sellers) Davison of Frederick Co.,VA and settled in Greene Co.,OH
 
 
'''Cynthia Davisson married Frederick C. Webb 8 April 1828'''
 
 
J'''ames Davisson married Sarah Harness 27 August 1828'''
 
 
'''Rachel Davison married Christopher Fox (Faux) 5 February 1829'''--Rachel was the daughter of Richard and Mary (Sellers) Davison of Frederick Co.,VA and settled in Greene Co.,OH
 
 
'''Robert Davisson married Mary Stratton 23 March 1829'''
 
 
'''Amanda Davisson married James P. Miller 4 August 1829-'''-Amanda was the daughter of Dr. Andrew W. and Rebecca (Todd) Davisson of Xenia, Ohio
 
 
'''William Davidson married Eliza Morrow Andrew 9 November 1833'''--later moved to Carroll Co.,IN
 
 
'''Eliza Jane Davisson married Robert C. Hamill 28 November 1838'''--daughter of Dr. Andrew W. and Rebecca (Todd) Davisson
 
 
'''James P. Davisson married Miranda J. Torrence 8 May 1839'''
 

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People who were married in Greene County, Ohio, United States of America.

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