Carrie May Davis1,2,3,4,5,6,7

#879, b. circa 1878, d. 1958
Father*William Hodson Davis2,3,4,5 b. 1841, d. 1930
Mother*Mary Pratt2,3,4,5 b. 1845, d. 30 Oct 1928

Family 1: Joseph Reed b. c 1879

Family 2: Frederick Whiteside d. b 1930

Census and Residence

Residence24 February 1900, Ithaca, Michigan3
Residence1930, Marion, MI, USA5

Narrative

     Carrie May Davis was born circa 1878 at Michigan, United States of America.3,6,7 She was also reported to have been born circa 1883.4,5 She married Joseph Reed, son of Calvin Reed and Amelia Davis, on 24 February 1900 at City of Ionia, Michigan, United States of America, officiated by James Curry, Justice of the Peace and witnessed by Elmer and Walletta Comer, both of Ionia Michigan.1,2,3,4 She was a dressmaker on 24 February 1900.3 She and Joseph Reed were divorced.5 She married Frederick Whiteside circa 1904.5 She was cook at a hotel in 1930 at Marion Township, Michigan, United States of America.5 She died in 1958.6,7 She was buried at Ithaca, Michigan, United States of America.5
Last Edited=5 Feb 2017

Citations

  1. [S83] Kent, Michigan Marriage, Percy Reed and Theo Hoover.
  2. [S84] Michigan, Marriages, 1822-1995, Joe Reed and Carrie Davis.
  3. [S85] Michigan, Marriages, 1867-1952, Joe Reed and Carrie Davis.
  4. [S86] Joseph Reed, Family Group Sheet, 1 Mar 2005 Lawrence Bryan Gaylord Collection of Genealogical Items, p1.
  5. [S86] Joseph Reed, Family Group Sheet, 1 Mar 2005 Lawrence Bryan Gaylord Collection of Genealogical Items, p3.
  6. [S88] William H Davis, Handwritten Notes, unknown unknown repository.
  7. [S91] Albert J Kessel, "Descendancy Chart - Calvin Reed."
 

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