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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.7 (search)
The fifth brother and youngest child was Jefferson Davis, the President. Anna Davis, the eldest daughter, married Luther Smith, of West Feliciana, and had a famiever saw her again. She went as a bride to the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Davis, at West Feliciana, La. Three months later she was buried there, after a bung husband, already undermined by hard frontier service. On his recovery, Mr. Davis made a tour of the West Indies; thence paid a long visit to his old friends ine down the aisles of time linked in one. In the autumn after his marriage Mr. Davis was elected to Congress by a handsome majority, promptly taking a prominent self and its commander as to warrant special mention in orders for Monterey, and Davis' splendid charge at Buena Vista—in which he was severely wounded—brought anotherst father-in-law's personal feelings had changed. In the session of 1847, Mr. Davis first took his seat as Senator of the United States, having been appointed by