March 3, 1822, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

December 3, 1907, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Vine Hill Cemetery, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Educated at Harvard College (1838–42), Davis was a lawyer by profession. He was a member of the Massachusetts Senate (1858 & 1859) and the Massachusetts Historical Society; president of the Plymouth Society; president of the Plymouth Bay Unitarian Conference; and vice-president of the American Unitarian Association. His works include:

  1. To Thee, O God, Whose Guiding Hand

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