Daisy didn't marry Clyde Ezzell until she was 50 years old so they had no children.
May 7, 1931
My dearest Jimmie, Well this is the day of days in your young life and all things look bright and rosy and there is nothing so refreshing as youth and its enthusiasm and those who have the companionship of young people can keep their own poise and faith in human kind. To me there was never any thing that made me burst with pride and joy as my graduation and so it is with youth. I am just dreadfully
ashamed though not to have gotten this letter to you today but I have a house full and in scanning the date (without my glasses) got May 17th in mind. I know your father and mother will be very proud of you and I am indeed happy to have you in our hearts today and wish for you a most glorious future with the success in things that are really worth while, and hope you may attain your ambition soon to enter Annapolis. I
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With best love from your devoted cousin Daisy G Ezzell. I think your invitations are lovely.
The Lyman Thomas she mentions is her sister Carolyn "Carrie" Gunn Davis' son. He was born in 1914 and passed away in 1984. He married Lenna Coles in Nashville in 1940.
And apparently, Lyman Thomas Davis' dreams of becoming a dairy farmer came true!