Davidson, Judson Carey

Birth Name Davidson, Judson Carey [1a] [1b]
Also Known As Davidson, J. C.
Gramps ID I0208
Gender male
Age at Death 68 years, 2 months, 25 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E0621] 2 Feb 1846 Virginia, USA Birth of Judson Carey Davidson

[2a] [3a] [1a] [1b]
Residence [E1374] 1850 Appomattox County, Virginia, USA Living in dwelling 274, Appomattox, VA

[4a]
Census [E1373] 1850 Appomattox County, Virginia, USA 1850 Census, Appomattox, Virginia; Roll: M432_933; Page: 173; Image: 342

County: Appomattox

State: Virginia

Enumeration Date: 14 Aug 1850

Dwelling: 274

Family: 274

Age: 4

Sex: Male

Birthplace: Va

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Residence [E1371] 1860 Appomattox County, Virginia, USA Living in dwelling 486, Appomattox, VA

[5a]
Census [E1370] 1860 Appomattox County, Virginia, USA 1860 Census, Spout Spring, Appomattox, Virginia; Roll: M653_1332; Page: 490; Image: 493

County: Appomattox

State: Virginia

Enumeration Date: 21 Aug 1860

Post Office: Spout Spring, Va

Dwelling: 486

Family: 486

Age: 14

Sex: Male

Birthplace: Virginia

School: yes

[5a]
Military Service [E0310] between 1863 and 1 Apr 1865   Served as a Private in Company A, 11th Regiment, Virginia Infantry, CSA

Regiment: 11 Virginia Infantry

Company: A

Rank In: Private

Side: Confederate

Rank Out: Private

Alternate Name: J. C. Davidson

Film Number: M382 roll 14

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Military Service [E2628] 1 Apr 1865 Five Forks Battlefield, Dinwiddie, Virginia, USA Battle of Five Forks

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Military Service [E2629] 1 Apr 1865 Five Forks Battlefield, Dinwiddie, Virginia, USA Wounded

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Military Service [E2630] about 3 Apr 1865 Five Forks Battlefield, Dinwiddie, Virginia, USA Captured by Yankee soldiers

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Military Service [E2632] between 3 Apr 1865 and 4 Jul 1865 Fort Monroe, Elizabeth City, Virginia, USA Prisoner of War

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Marriage (Groom) [E0832] 1878   Marriage of Judson Carey Davidson and Elizabeth Diuguid

[2a] [3b] [2b] [1a]
Death [E0622] 27 Apr 1914   Death of Judson Carey Davidson

[2a] [3b] [1a] [1b]
Death [E2631] 21 Apr 1914   Death of Judson Cary Davidson

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Parents

Father Davidson, Jesse Thornhill [I0150]
Mother Osborne, Martha M [I0151]
Siblings
  1. Davidson, Catherine Elizabeth [I0231]
  2. Davidson, John W [I0232]
  3. Davidson, Thomas Osborne [I0097]
  4. Davidson, Emily Marie [I0204]
  5. Davidson, Samuel [I0400]

Families

Married Wife Diuguid, Elizabeth [I0317]
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E0832] 1878   Marriage of Judson Carey Davidson and Elizabeth Diuguid

[2a] [3b] [2b] [1a]
  Children
  1. Davidson, George D [I0318]
  2. Davidson, Mabel [I0319]
  3. Davidson, Grace [I0320]

Gallery

  1. 1850 Census, Appomattox, Virginia; Roll: M432_933; Page: 173; Image: 342

Narrative

Judson Davidson

Regiment Name: 11 Virginia Infantry.
Side: Confederate
Company: A
Soldier's Rank_In: Private
Soldier's Rank_Out: Private
Alternate Name: J. C./Davidson
Notes: Film Number M382 roll 14

Source References

  1. The History of Appomattox, Virginia [S0110]
    1. Date: 1948
      Page: 145
      Source text:

      DAVIDSON, JESSE T., 1814-1889, Married Martha Osborne
      Father: Samuel Davidson Mother: Elizabeth Thornhill
      Children: Catherine E., 1841-1894, Married Capt. Watt Carson
      John W., 1843-1916, Married Miss Collins
      Rev. Judson Cary, 1846-1914, Married Miss Diuguid
      Thomas O., 1849-1929, Married Emma M. Stratton
      Emma M., 1852-1917
      Samuel, 1857-1920, Married Elizabeth Howerton
      Second wife of J. T.: Mrs. Bruce
      Robertson Martin
      Children: Ewing, Married Miss Koiner
      Jesse, Married Miss Jeter
      Lizzie, Married Maurice Barnett

    2. Date: 1948
      Page: 145
      Source text:

      DAVIDSON, JUDSON CAREY, 1846-1914, Married Elizabeth Diuguid
      Father: Jesse Davidson Mother: Martha Osborne
      Children: George
      Mabel
      Grace

  2. Thornhill Genealogy [S0044]
    1. Date: 1941
      Page: A-14
    2. Date: 1941
      Page: A-12
  3. Ancestry Family Trees [S3703188182]
    1. Date: 15 Feb 2009
      Confidence: Very Low
    2. Confidence: Very Low
  4. 1850 US Federal Census [S0018]
    1. Date: 14 Aug 1850
      Page: Appomattox, Virginia; Roll: M432_933; Page: 173; Image: 342
  5. 1860 US Federal Census [S0042]
    1. Date: 21 Aug 1860
      Page: Spout Spring, Appomattox, Virginia; Roll: M653_1332; Page: 490; Image: 493
  6. Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System [S0011]
    1. Page: Judson Davidson
      Source text:

      Judson Davidson

      Regiment Name: 11 Virginia Infantry.
      Side: Confederate
      Company: A
      Soldier's Rank_In: Private
      Soldier's Rank_Out: Private
      Alternate Name: J. C./Davidson
      Notes: Film Number M382 roll 14


      Source Note:

      11th Regiment, Virginia Infantry

      11th Infantry Regiment was organized at Lynchburg, Virginia, in May, 1861, and accepted into Confederate service in July. Its members were raised in the counties of Campbell, Botetourt, Montgomery, Fauquier, Culpeper, and Rockbridge. The unit fought at First Manassas under General Longstreet and at Dranesville under J.E.B. Stuart. Later it was assigned to General A.P. Hill's, Kemper's, and W.R. Terry's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. It served with the army from Williamsburg to Gettysburg except when it was at Suffolk with Longstreet. The 11th was engaged at Plymouth in North Carolina and after returning to Virginia saw action at Drewry's Bluff and Cold Harbor. It went on to fight in the Petersburg trenches south and north of the James River and ended the war at Appomattox. This regiment reported 6 killed and 15 wounded at Dranesville, totalled 750 men in April, 1862, and lost 134 at Williamsburg and 100 at Frayser's Farm. It sustained 63 casualties at Second Manassas, had about forty percent disabled of the 359 engaged at Gettysburg, and lost 15 killed and 94 wounded at Drewry's Bluff. Many were captured at Sayler's Creek, and only 1 officer and 28 men surrendered. The field officers were Colonels David Funsten, Samuel Garland, Jr., Maurice S. Langhorne, and Kirkwood Otey; and Majors Adam Clement, Carter H. Harrison, and J.R. Hutter.

  7. The Long Road Home: A True Story From One Family’s Oral Tradition [S0081]
    1. Date: 22 Jul 1993
      Confidence: Low

Pedigree

  1. Davidson, Jesse Thornhill
    1. Osborne, Martha M
      1. Davidson, Catherine Elizabeth
      2. Davidson, John W
      3. Davidson, Judson Carey
        1. Diuguid, Elizabeth
          1. Davidson, George D
          2. Davidson, Mabel
          3. Davidson, Grace
      4. Davidson, Thomas Osborne
      5. Davidson, Emily Marie
      6. Davidson, Samuel

Ancestors