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Myrick Davies

Myrick Davies ( ? - 1781) was an Stephen Heard moved to North Carolina. Following his death in 1781 Nathan Brownson became governor. Davies was killed by Loyalists.

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  • Article from the Probert Encyclopedia
  • Northern, William J. and John Temple Graves.

Men of mark in Georgia: a complete and elaborate history of the state from its settlement to the present time, chiefly told

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