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Davis, John, 1761-1847



  • Existence: 1761 - 1847

John Davis (January 25, 1761 – January 14, 1847) was a delegate to the Massachusetts convention to ratify the United States Constitution, Comptroller for the United States Department of the Treasury, United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 831620
Identifier: Mss 831620
Overview In English.

Daniel Webster statement

Webster Mss 835151
Identifier: Mss 835151
Overview In English.

John Davis correspondence

Mss 814369
Identifier: Mss 814369
Scope and Contents Letters are about family matters and friends chiefly written by John and Hannah Davis of Cornish, New Hampshire from Abigail Davis Brown, Rachel Davis and Daniel Davis with others to and/or from Mary Ann Davis, Lucille Johnson and David Davis. Several letters are almost illegible or mutilated. Includes ink sketch of an American eagle by John Henry Davis and list of recipes.