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`Aside from this, he was a quiet and peaceable citizen.
Photographer: Franklin Bell
Taken: December 8, 2007
Caption: `Aside from this, he was a quiet and peaceable citizen.'
Additional Description: Building No. 21 on Thomas Osburn's map of Snickersville in the 1850s: "...Edward Davis lived here. He was a Welshman, and a tailor by trade. He had very little to do with th other people in the village. Attended no gatherings, Religious, Political, or otherwise. His was the only vote against Secession. He was a staunch Union man, and his activities in the interest of the Union, was the cause of his undoing. He disappeared one night, and was never heard from again. Aside from this, he was a quiet and peaceable citizen."
Submitted: December 8, 2007, by Franklin Bell of Bluemont, Virginia.
Database Locator Identification Number: p11530
File Size: 1.741 Megabytes

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