George Washington Davis

~ IN MEMORY OF ~

Rev. George Washington "Wash" and Mary Ann (McDonald) Davis

[NOTE: This picture has been stolen from this page of my website and uploaded by "sassygrls2" and others on Ancestry.com family trees in violation of Ancestry's express written agreement rules and my copyright. If copied and uploaded anywhere on the internet in either whole or part, it has been stolen and violates copyright law. NO one was given a jpg or copy of this photo. Attaching my photos to family trees propagates a situation wherein many others think "it's up for grabs" and they may do whatever they please with it. In other words, when people find it copied and uploaded on Ancestry, they believe it can be copied and published "Find a Grave" or anywhere by anyone. Not true.]

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b ca 1854-55 Cherokee CO, NC d 12 May 1929 Mt. Vernon, Monroe CO, TN buried Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Monroe CO, TN

b 25 Jul 1851 Cherokee CO, NC d 19 May 1933 Mt. Vernon, Monroe CO, TN buried Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Monroe CO, TN

Aunt Gussie (Hampton) Ervin, my grandmother's sister, gave me this photo decades ago. Aunt Gussie, now deceased, was a big help to me. I paid a professional photographer to improve the quality and make it more distinct, etc.

by Sandra (Nipper) Ratledge, great-great-granddaughter


"THOU SHALT NOT STEAL." DEUTERONOMY 5 : 19

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