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The photograph was taken shortly after the couple were married in Baltimore. Anna Kennedy sympathized strongly with the South and John J. Davis, though voting against secession, turned "copperhead", fighting against both West Virginia Statehood and emancipation of the slaves. They had one son, John W. Davis.
Father of John W. Davis.
Father of John W. Davis
Mother of John W. Davis.
Identified in photograph are third from left: Jennings Randolph; fourth from left: Julia Davis; fifth from left: Charles Wood (producer of "The Anvil"); sixth from left: Mrs. Leeds Riley.
Gathering for the first production of "Anvil" in Charles Town, W. Va. for the West Virginia Centennial. Identified in the photograph: left Seated, Erma Ora Byrd and Robert C. Byrd; far right seated, Julia Davis Adams. "The Anvil" was a play written by Julia Davis about the John Brown Raid for the Civil War Centennial. Her grandparents were from Charles Town where Brown was tried and hanged. Her grandfather witnessed the execution.
Ambassador John W. Davis, Winston Churchill, unidentified, Nell Davis
Daughter of John W. Davis, the American Ambassador to England, leaving the Ambassadorial Residence at 29 Chesham Place, London.
Father of Anna Kennedy Davis, grandfather of John W. Davis.