Susanna (Travis) Watkins Pedigree

(Start at generation 6, below.)



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Origin of the surname “Travis:”







10  Henry Travers


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .


2. Wife: Bridgett Fitts


Born .  Died .


3. Children:


a. James Travis: See generation 9, below.




9   James Travis


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .


2. Wife: Mercy Pearce


Born .  Died .  Daughter of John Pearce and his 1st wife, Elizabeth (?) Pearce.  Of interest, John Pearce married (2nd) Jane (?).


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. James Travis, Jr.: See generation 8, below.


b. Mary Travis.


c. Elizabeth Travis.


8   James Travis, Jr.


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .


2. Wife: Mercy Leland


Born .  Died .


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Joseph Travis: See generation 7, below.


b. James Travis.


c. Mary Travis.


d. John Travis.


7   Joseph Travis


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .  Resided at Adams, Jefferson County, New York.


2. Wife #1: Mehitable Hagar


Born 1704.  Died 1737.


a. Children: (order uncertain)


(1. Sarah Travis: Born 1728.


(2. Asa Travis: Born 1729.


(3. Zerviah Travis: Born 1733.


3. Wife #2: Sarah Dean


Born .  Died .  Daughter of Joseph Dean.


a. Children: (order uncertain)


(1. Susanna Travis: See generation 6, below.


(2. Daniel Travis: Born 1742.


6   Susanna Travis:


Born 1741.  Died 1812.  Married Samuel Watkins, generation 6 of the Watkins Annex.



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