Philadelphia surveyor and conveyancer.
Notary public (1787). Possibly the Benjamin Davis who later served as head measurer, tracking grain imports to Philadelphia.
First letter in correspondence: July 9, 1787; Minutes of the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania . . . (6 vols., Harrisburg, 1852-53), xv, 241; Francis White, The Philadelphia Directory (Philadelphia, 1793), p. 32.