|Birth: ||Jun. 14, 1812|
|Death: ||Nov. 7, 1862|
Lemuel, third child of Isaac and Sarah (Curl) Davisson, was a farmer in Pleasant Township, south of the cemetery. His first log home still stands, at the south end end of Davisson Road near State Route 56, and the road was named for his farm, though it is spelled "Davidson" on Clark County maps.
He was a lay leader in the Methodist Church, and he and his wife Susan were instrumental in the founding of Nation Chapel, named in honor of Rev. Philip Nation.
Lemuel died an untimely death from typhus inadvertently brought home by his son from Camp Chase during the Civil War. He was survived by his wife, a daughter, three sons, an infant grandson, his mother, and many other relatives and friends.
Isaac Davisson (1790 - 1851)
Sarah Curl Davisson (1790 - 1884)
Susan Ann Lott Davisson (1812 - 1903)*
Isaac Davisson (1836 - 1840)*
Elizabeth Fisher Davisson (1838 - 1840)*
Elijah Lott Davisson (1840 - 1924)*
Mary Ann Davisson Adams (1842 - 1888)*
George Washington Davisson (1843 - 1921)*
Daniel David Davisson (1845 - 1860)*
Isaac Charles Davisson (1848 - 1860)*
Thomas William Davisson (1851 - 1902)*
Mark the perfect man
and behold the upright
for the end of that
man is peace.
37 Ps. 37 v.
Sleep dear husband
sleep dear father
Gentle brother chris-
Soon we'll meet thy
Meet where partings
have an end.
Husband and father
Thou has left us
We thy loss most
But 'tis God that hath
He can all our sor-
Nation Chapel Cemetery
Created by: Dave Davisson
Record added: Jan 25, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5172668
Added: Mar. 4, 2014
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. Rev. 21:4 Kjv|
Added: Feb. 26, 2014
Added: Feb. 4, 2014
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