Davis (of Bath?)

miss Davis 30.11.1795 at miss Jones's with Breach's / 15.12.1795 at miss Jones' / 18.12.1795 again / 7.3.1798 at Bath Davis's & Richardson's at tea
The above entries may well have been the same Davis family, on 5.3.1798 Godwin had taken tea in Bath at Richardson's with the Jones's, see entries for Breach and for Jones, Louisa and Jones, Margaret. (The miss Jones of 1795 usually appeared with Godwin's sister Hannah and on 19.2.1797 L Jones appeared with Hannah Godwin). See Richardson entry for possibllity that this was the family of Thomas Davis DNB 1749-1807, whose will PCC 1808 mentioned his wife Mary and his six children Elizabeth, Mary (Bayly), Martha (Pocock), Thomas, John, and William, daughter in law Martha, and nephew and niece William & Elizabeth Archer, witness Richard Richardson of Lincolns Inn Fields. But there were plenty of other Davis families in Bath at the time (see work notes below) 

Work notes: 
Mrs Davis Bath subscr to Ann Wingrove's Poems 1795 / Mr C Davies Bath subscr to Eyre's Fatal Sisters 1797, Charles Davis jr appr 1790 to Charles D painter, Bath; Charles D painter & colourman Westgate St Bath 1784 directory & subscr 1764 to Wellins Calcott / Decimus D appr 1795 to a tailor Bath / Rev Edward D Batheaston 1793 & 1794 / James D appr 1788 to a staymaker Bath / Mr John D Bath subscr 1793 to Bernard's Excellence of the Christian Religion / John D basket maker Bath took appr 1796 / John D tailor Bath took appr 1800 / John D carpenter Bath took appr 1807 / Markes Davis cabinet maker Bath subscr 1764 to Wellins Calcott, took appr 1772, his children William Markes bapt Bath 7.11.1769, Arthur bapt Bath 15.8.1780,,will of Markes Davis PCC 1796 mentioned wife Elizabeth & children Maria, Harriet Jane (her will PCC 1854), John Lewis, Elizabeth Mary & George; John Lewis D son of Markes D articled 1793 to George D attorney of Kings Bench / Ralph D in Horse St Bath stage waggon to Bristol every day, dealer in salt of Bathh will PCC 1815 / Stanfield D clothier Corsham nr Bath 1784 directory / Thomas D innkeeper of Bath will PCC 1806 / William D Bath subscr 1770 to Antiquity of Wise Instructor, 1782 to works of Bishop Thomas W