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Davis, J. A. - Dr.

Dr. J. A. DAVIS.

Dr. J. A. Davis was born in Green County, Ala., July 19, 1846, and died February 24, 1922. He enlisted as a private in the 7th Mississippi Cavalry, Duff's Regiment, and was assigned to Forrest's command, with which he served two years in Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee, participating in the raids for which that command became famous and taking part in the battles of Harrisburg, Oxford, and West Point, and was in the celebrated march to Nashville.

Dr. Davis was an honored member of the John B. Gordon Camp, No. 200, U. C. V., of Norman, Okla. He had retired from active practice.

(R. E. W. Ince, Commander, J. W. Armstrong, Adjutant.)

Confederate Veteran, Jun 1922

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