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The cover photograph is of my parents John Henry Davidson and Alice Collins! Available in Kindle and Softcover on Amazon!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

The author was born in 1955 in Hyden, Kentucky! She lived in a small home in Thousandsticks, just a few miles from Hyden. Her family had lived in that area since 1820 when the first Davidson found a piece of land and a creek that would later be named after he and his descendants as Davidson Fork Rd.

Corporal Benjamin Daniel Davidson, her 3rd Great-Grandfather who served in the Civil War was the very first Davidson to settle Thousandsticks, Kentucky 1820 and his descendants would carve out Davidson Fork Road from out of Bull Creek. Ben Davidson was a direct descendant of James Davidson/Davison I of Scott County, Virginia and he was born in 1725. Her Davidson ancestral lines are through group # 13 of the Family Tree DNA Davidson/Davison project.

Many of her relatives were coal miners, and still are today. The authors parents moved away when she was very small but she never forgot her Kentucky home and those memories inspired many of her books. She returned home time and time again and stayed connected with the many Davidson’s and Collins. Her father was John Henry Davidson and her mother Alice Collins.

She went to college and earned an MBA after her children were nearly grown. She didn’t know a whole lot about her ancestors until she started her genealogy and family research.  She eventually retired and her and her husband travel full time in their recreational vehicle.

The Mountain Series and The Frontier Series are close to her heart because they were inspired by her genealogy research about her family. Look for many new books written by this author, Carolyn Davidson Hicks in the near future!

The latest books written by Carolyn Davidson Hicks! This is The Frontier Series Book 1 & 2. Both available NOW at Amazon! Down Middle Fork, on a Prayer has a brand new book cover too! Don’t forget to check out Voyage of The Queen’s Barge: A Six Year Journey Aboard our RV!