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Amasa Davis was born in 1745 and participated in the Boston Tea Party. He entered the Revolutionary Army to become the quartermaster of one of the Boston Regiments. He earned the rank of Brigadier General while serving with his distinguished brother, Robert Davis. He died in 1825 and is buried at the Central Burying Ground, Tomb 120.