hich they resided until after the birth of several children, when they moved to what was then known as the Green River country, in the southwestern part of Kentucky.
There my father engaged in tobacco — planting and raising blooded horses, of which he had some of the finest in the country.
I was born on the 3d of June, 1808, in what was then Christian County.
The spot is now in Todd County, and upon the exact site of my birthplace has since been built the Baptist church of Fairview.
In 1886 Mr. Davis attended and made a speech at the presentation of his birthplace to the trustees of the Baptist congregation.
All the surviving friends and neighbors of his father and of his own boyhood were present, and received Mr. Davis with the tenderest affection.
It was my husband's last visit to his birthplace, and gave him much pleasure.
The house was taken down, moved, and reerected as a parsonage on a lot adjacent to the new church.
During my infancy my father removed to Bayou Te