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Sources
1. Title:   French, Esther G. & Robert L. French, The Griswold Family, The First Five Generations in America (Pub.: The Griswold Family Assoc., 1990)
2. Title:   Stuck, Charles, Descendants of Solomon Davis of Killingworth, CT (1991)
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3. Title:   Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records for Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut

Notes
a. Continued:   From: French, Esther G. & Robert L. French, "The Griswold Family, The First Five Generations in America" 1990. Page 279. "Long Island was the home of a large family of Davises who were evidently descendants of John who came from Boston in 1655. A number of them settled in southern Connecticut: Guilford and Killingworth. There is a strong probability that the Davis family of Middlesex county is from one of these. Solomon was the first of the name in Killingworth. It is supposed he came from Guilford and settled on Pea Ridge, eastward from Guilford, about 1709. His wife was Sarah Hayton. Hayton Davis received a deed of land from his father Mar. 12, 1762. A deed to his son Ebenezer is recorded on Mar. 1783 and to his wife Elizabeth on Mar. 10, 1779. Elizabeth died June 1790."


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