Moses Davis

  • American

Moses Davis was an early American Cabinetmaker, farmer and lawmaker from the Town of Edgecomb, Maine. - AsNotedIn


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1770/00/00 Twenty-seven-year-old Moses Davis and his wife Sarah move from Newburyport, Mass to a settlement across from Wiscasset. Life
1774/00/00 After Edgecomb is incorporated in 1774, Moses Davis is selected to represent the town in the General Court. Work Edgecomb Maine
1781/00/00 Moses Davis is elected a delegate to the Massachusetts conventions that will lead to ratification of the Articles of Confederation in 1781. Work
1787/10/25 370 delegates are elected to the Massachusetts Ratifying Convention to discuss the adoption of the federal Constitution. Signer to State Convention Massachusetts Ratifying Convention
1788/02/03 Massachusetts Ratifying Convention votes to ratify the Federal Constitution. 355 delegates registered their vote. Signer to State Convention Constitution of the United States Massachusetts Ratifying Convention
1808/06/13 Moses Davis deeds over three acres on Davis Island for $300.00 to the United States government. Seller Fort Edgecomb Edgecomb
1808/12/00 For the next six months, Moses Porter supervises Moses Davis, his son, Moses Davis Jr, a hired hand, Moses Dodge and other workers haul planks for the gun platforms and rocks, brick, timber and sod for the battery. Work Fort Edgecomb Edgecomb
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