Birth: 5 Sep 1880, Rowan County, North Carolina
Death: 8 Oct 1978, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina
Greenberry Osborne Fulenwider (1852 – 1919)
Millie Catherine Earnhardt Fulenwider (1859 – 1919)
Edward Fulenwider (1876-1962)
John Osborne Fulenwider (1878-1959)
William Dorsett Fullenwider (1882-1956)
Phifer Fullenwider (1886-1982)
Joe Fulenwider (1889-1977)
Edmond Lex Davis (1879-1920); Married 18 Sep 1898
Julius E. Sutherland; Married 1922
R. L. Dixon: Married 1938
Myron Fulenwider Davis (1899-1974)
Leona Margarette Davis Edgeworth (1902-1991)
Suncrest Cemetery, Monroe, Union County, North Carolina, USA
Source: http://www.findagrave.com, # 24472185
Torchbearers of Freedom, by Amanda Elizabeth Fulenwider (1960)
“Roxanna Fulenwider, b. 9-5-1880, m. first 9-18-1898 Edmond Lex Davis, whose grandfather was a first cousin of Jefferson Davis, only President of the Southern Confederacy, m. second 1922, J. E. Southerland, m. third, 1938, R. L. Dixon. All three husbands are deceased. Roxanna Fulenwider attended Mont Amoena Seminary at Mt. Pleasant, N. C., and other private schools. She is a member of Monroe Presbyterian Church, Monroe, N. C. and belongs to Women of the Church Circle, attends Sunday School and is a corresponding secretary of Monroe Chapter of U. D. C. and a member of Glamour Girls Social Club. She likes to work with flowers. Two children by first marriage.
Myron Fulenwider Davis, m. Ruth Jones…
Leona Marguerite Davis, b. 1-25-1902, m. first, 9-7-22, Arthur A. Edgeworth, m. secon, 2-19-1957 Henry C. Deal…”
The Monroe Journal (Monroe, NC), 17 Feb 1920, p. 1A.
LEX DAVIS, FORMERLY OF MONROE, DIES AT ROCKY MT.
Pneumonia and Influenza Claimed Former Business Man of This County – Was Son of Rev. A. C. Davis.
A telegram was received here yesterday afternoon about 2 o’clock announcing the death of Mr. A. Lex Davis, which occurred a short while previous in his home in Rocky Mount. Mr. Davis was a native of this county. Influenza and pneumonia caused his death. He was about forty years old, an is survived by his father, Rev. A. C. Davis; his wife, who before her marriage was Miss Roxie Fulenwider, daughter of the late G. O. Fulenwider of Monroe; and a son and daughter. Mrs. Davis and son are both ill with pneumonia.
For years Mr. Davis was in the employ of the late T. J. Shannon, and when he disposed of his mercantile business to the Cash Mercantile Company, he remained with the new firm in the same capacity for some time.
About fifteen years ago Mr. Davis went to Charlotte, where he entered the employ of Efird Brothers. He was with this firm at the time of his death, being the manager of their store at Rocky Mount. Mr. Davis was a popular, likable man He has many warm friends in Monroe today, who were shocked to learn of his death. He was a member of the Baptist church.