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Loyalist Directory: Ethel Davis

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Surname : Davis
Given name : Ethel
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Date & Place of Birth : 1756
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Date & Place of Death : 1801
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Wife Name : Christina Davison (passenger number 94)
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Biography : Passenger number 48 on HMS Clinton, picking up 20 Sept 1783 East River NY, delivered to Port Roseway NS 26 October 1783.

Ethel's correct name is Ethel Davis, although on the ship's manifest it was recorded as Davison. Ethel started out as rebel but was captured by the British and promptly changed sides. He served as a Sergeant in the Prince of Wales American Regiment. He was the son in law of Adam Huber, marrying his daughter Christina Margaret. She is actually quite famous in Digby and recently a ferry was named for her, “Margaret's Justice”
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Sources : Muster Table HMS Clinton, Document # ADM 36/9966 Public Record Office, Kew, Surrey, England. Copied by Frank Davis, transcribed by Mette Griffin

Information provided by Barbara Musgrave
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