|Governor of Georgia|
August 1780 – August 16, 1781
|Preceded by||Stephen Heard|
|Succeeded by||Nathan Brownson|
Myrick Davies ( ? – 1781) was an American politician. He served as the Governor of Georgia from 1780 to 1781, after Stephen Heard moved to North Carolina. Following his death in 1781 Nathan Brownson became governor. Davies was killed by Loyalists.
- Article from the Probert Encyclopedia
- Northern, William J. and John Temple Graves.
Men of mark in Georgia: a complete and elaborate history of the state from its settlement to the present time, chiefly told in biographies and autobiographies of the most eminent men of each period of Georgia's progress and development. (A. B. Caldwell, 1906) p. 53.
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