I didn't find any Blevins but located Harlow Davis and a daughter "Ma??" in the 1901 Canada Census as follows:
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC DISTRICT -- Brome, #144 SUB-DISTRICT -- Sutton, J-5, schedule 1, pg. 2, line 44.
HARLOW DAVIS, widower, age 52, b.Jan.17, 1846 in rural Quebec; occ: farmer, working on his own account.Looks like the religion is written as "Adven" (Adventist?).
With him is this daughter "Ma?", single, 17 yrs., b.Jan.4, 1883 in rural Quebec.
They also had a servant boy, Wille Santair, age 14, ethnicity French, living in their home.
The 1901 Canadian Census is on the federal govt website:www.collectionscanada.ca--Go into Archivianet, then in the Site Search Box type "1901 Census".Next go into the records for the province of Quebec; next find Brome #144,sub-dist. Sutton, etc.