DANIEL-L Archives

Archiver > DANIEL > 2005-06 > 1117902544


From: Vickie Lomon <>
Subject: Early TN. Daniels, 1767, 1810 , Francis, Joseph, Marmaduke. Who do they belong to? For certain
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2005 09:29:04 -0700 (PDT)


I have been digging again. And I am very interested in Marmaduke Daniel who was in Washington county, TN. 1810 on the census? I can't help but think he may be related to our line somewhere. This Francis Daniel below recieved a land grant in 1767. Also there is a Delila Daniel who married a Stephen Crabtree in 1799 Grainger county, TN. Anyone have any idea as to where this family originated from? And who do they belong to?


Here is where it mentions Francis Daniel in the Revolutionary war accounts,
and also what Sue had found, Regarding Francis Daniel, Treasurer and
Comptroller records, Military Papers, Vols. 40-66

Index to the Rev. Army Accounts, Volumes I-XII9 (Volumes 55-66) He received
his land grant in 1767, so he was in Washington county, TN. Much much
earlier than Edward.
Francis Daniel rcvd his land grant on Youngs Creek, S Holston (now Hamblen
Co TN) near Turley Bridge. After the Civil War, his descendants mismanaged
the farm and lost it. Jean Douglas Noe acquired it and the Daniel Cem
became Douglas Cem. A niece in Iowa gave permission for the TVA to move
graves to Macedonia Baptist Cem.

William Daniel's will Washington Co TN dated 23 May 1794. Aug Sessions
1800. names wife and ch.

Edward Daniel didn't rcv a land grant. He bought his land on North Holston
from Benj McCarty





The entry for William Daniel is as follows:
Volume I, page 52
WILL of William Daniel written May 23, 1794
Heirs: wife Ann; two sons John and William, 5 daughters Mary, Ann, Phebe,
Jemima, and Alice.
Ex: Friend Joseph Crouch
Teste: David Job and Philemon Lacy
Probated August Session 1800

The chapter I think you were interested in is titled: "North Carolina
Revolutionary Army Accounts, Index to Soldiers Residing in Washington and
Sullivan Counties, 1781-1783"

So you see it only lists soldiers for a 3 year period and only in 2
counties.

These records are located in the State Archives at Raleigh, NC. The book
give no indication of just what information is contained in these men's
files.

So records for FRANCIS DANIEL are in Volume I, page 15, folio 2 and records
for WILL DANIEL are in Volume I, page 38, folio 2.



Note. Marmaduke Daniel is also listed on the 1810, Washington county, TN. Census.

If If I remember correctly. This Marmaduke Daniel went to Monroe county, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Gibson. Later settling in MO.

I know that Marmaduke Norfleet Jeffreys also left TN. And Migrated to Monroe county, Kentucky. I am going from memory but dont hold me to this, But a Reuben Daniel was also listed in Monroe county, Kentucky living around my Daniels? Also this Marmaduke Daniel had a son named Marmaduke Daniel who also migrated to Benton county, Ark. This Marmaduke Daniel married Arizonia Dumas in Benton county, Ark. They too left Ark. And migrated to Texas.



Also encloses are some notes on Edward Daniel and his family. Can anyone identify who Edward, Francis, William and Marmaduke Daniel belong to? Where they descended from? Hugh? Marmaduke? etc?



Name Year Book Page



John Daniel to Hall Howell 1797 A 41

James/Frances D. to Henry Howell 1800 A 191

Frances D. to John D. 1800 A 192

Edward D. to Benjamin McCarty 1802 A 312

James D. to James Carmichael 1803 A 323

Edward D. to John Cocke 1820 E 153

Edward D. to Cocke and Brown 1820 E 132

John D. from James D 1827 E 573

Edward D. from James Harris 1829 F 5

James D. from John MCEwen 1826 E 572

William D. from Goodson Mayes 1834 G 17

William D. from William Cocke 1835 G 116

Robert D. from Seth McKinney 1837 G 476

Edward D. (has to be Jr.) 1841



D. denotes Deniel.

EDWARD DANIEL - all information

The York County, Va Daniell are descendants of the FIRST FOUR Daniell in Colony of Va. who came from

Bristol England area. Somersetshire & Wiltshire branches of the family.

Roger - John - Edward - Thomas

There are also three other Daniell emigrants - Daniell, Henry, & Walter





Colonel Peter Daniel, of Crows Nest, mentioned as one of the neighbors of George Mason, of historic

Gunston Hall, becoming the property of Edward Daniels. Gunston Hall was partially restored by

Edward. It is one of the best types of Virginia colonial mansions. Peter, s/o James, s/o Charles,

s/o James, the first ancestor - See complete article under Peter - Ancestry and Probable Origin of

the Daniell Family of York, VA by Worth Stickley Ray - BK 929.273 D227r

27 Jul 1635 - Edward Daniell & Richard Cary came to Va. on the "Primrose" embarking at Gravesend,

England with Capt. Douglass, Master. The Cary & Daniell families related. See Henry Daniell

Note: Richard Cary was s/o Christopher Cary, of Bristol, England. He had a brother, John Cary

and sister who married Henry Daniell, of Bristol, as shown by an indenture of Christopher

Daniell and his wife Margaret, which appears in Waters "Gleanings", in which he states, "my two

sons, Richard & John Cary, and my son-in-law, Henry Daniell, dated 1672. The probability that

this Henry Daniell & Edward, Roger & John being related, are very strong.

Note: Christopher Cary, s/o Christopher Cary, ca 1568-1626, married Lettice Young, was a

merchant & Sheriff of Bristol, Eng. He was brother of William Cary (actually bro.) who M:

Goodall and had Miles Cary, the emigrant & kinsman of Roger Daniell. "Virginia Carys"p.15-20

Note: Article on Richard Cary, "Virginia Carys", p. 146: " on July 27, 1635, a number of young

men bound for Va on the ship Primrose, Capt. Douglass, took the oaths of allegiance &

supremacy at Gravesend. Among them was Richard Cary aged 17. He may well have been the

same Richard Cary who, on October 13, 1653, patented 1350acres of land in Gloucester Co., VA.

In 1662 this last named Richard joined one George Seaton in taking out a patent to 6,000 acres

on the Potomac, in Westmoreland Co.,(later Stafford) not far from the 3000 acres which Miles

Cary of Warwick had patented in the same county in 1654. He left a will dated Nov. 29, 1682, in

which he named tow sons, Richard & John. (The will is lost in the Gloucester recds, but a recital

in a deed in 1759. See Virginia Magazine II, page 280 -

This Richard Cary could be ancestor of Hugh Cary, administrator of Hugh Ballentine, who sued

James Daniel & wife Elizabeth in Goochland, in 1735, as shown by Judge Newmans acct of the

Daniel Fam. - Va. Mag. XII, p. 253 - Notes Relating to connection of the Daniell & Cary Fam.

by Worth Stickley Ray, 929.273 D227r

June 1636 - John Neale, a well known figure on the early records of Accomac Co., VA, appears to have

made the first claim to having transported Edward Daniell to the Colony, when he patented 1500a

of land on the "Eastern Shore" on this date. (Nugent, p. 43) Among many others claimed at the

same time as his headrights were, Thomas Adams, William Pearce, Ann Prosser and Henry

Robinson. In the early records of the Daniell family of King & Queen and Carolina, the name of

John Prosser frequently occurs as a close associate and neighbor.

Two years later on May 10, 1638, the well known resident of the "Eastern Shore",

Stephen Charlton, took out a certificate for 1000 acres in Accomac and among the headrights he

claimed to own, were Thomas Bell, John Robinson, Edward Daniell and others. William Daniell,

bro. of John Daniell of York, VA has a son Alexander Daniell, whose daughter, Elizabeth married

Elias Bell. (Nugent, p. 82, for Charletons patent)

It was not until, 8, Oct 1644, after Edward Daniell had been in the colony nearly ten years,

that he was used as a headright by Edwin Conway, when he patented his 500a in Northampton,

Va, at Hungars Creek and claimed he had transported to VA, among several others mentioned,

Francis Harrison, William Burrell, John Powell and Edward Daniell. This clearly shows that

Edward Daniell appeared in VA about the same time as Roger, John, Walter and Henry Daniell.

This Edward Daniell settled in Accomac and in Northampton, VA for two years after

Neales patent in 1636. His name appears on the Accomac Co., records as a witness in a dispute

between Stephen Charleton and others. (Fleets VA Abstracts, Vol. 32, p. 61 & 62) In between

the several times his name was used as a headright, he may have travel out of the country, selling

his headright in each instance, to which he was entitled, to the next person who used it.

It is believed that Edward may have went to Maryland; that the Bates and other influences

drew him into the Quakers. This has never been proven. He may have been the father of William,

who was living in Somerset Co., Maryland, between 1666 & 1700 and that the relationship

between William Stone, Governor of Maryland (from Northampton, Va) and his family, accounts

for the Daniell Family of Prince George and Charles, Maryland, shown on the Maryland Records.

Old Somerset, p. 465

In Torrences Old Somerset, Anguish Morrow, of Dorset County, MD, married Rose

Daniell, of Somerset Co., MD, in 1676 and Edward Evans married Mary Daniell, in Somerset, on

May 22, 1677. Worth Stickley Ray, writer of this compilation, is a descendant from Armstrong

Morrow, who married Margaret Daniell. While the Morrows, Daniell, and Rays, intermarried for

many generations, the above record (Old Somerset, p. 401) is the first such authentic record found

that far back. That Mary and Rose Daniell, were daughters of William Daniell, son of Edward

Daniell, the emigrant, is not improbable.

Ancestry and Probable Origin of the Daniell Family of York, VA by Worth Stickley Ray, p. 40



1636 - Patent - Accomac or Northampton - settled here - could be father of William of Somerset

1666-1700 - Somerset Quakers -

3 Feb 1605 - Marriage of Edward to Anne Walle - Genuki: Surname Index "D" to online transcriptions from Phillimere's Gloucestershire, England

Dec 1629 - Captain Daniell took prisoners Captain Constance Ferrar & family - employed by

merchants - Emigrants - 1607-1660, pg.88

27 July 1635 - Dannel - Passenger Primrose from London to VA,18 yrs.old -Emigrants 1607-60

Bk p.158 - (B: 1617)

4 Sep 1637 - Wiltshire, England - Marr. to Amy Muspratt - Edward of Poltern, England - tailor -

license issued at Salisbury - The Genealogist, Vol 30, New Series, p. 240

8 Oct 1644 - headright to Edwin Conway's patent, Northampton, VA, Transportation of 10

people, Burrell & wife, Harrison, Fixmus, Landwood, Powell, Potter, Ed. Daniel. All

headrights. 500a. Colonial Rec

6 Feb 1654 - transported - p. 43

1672 - Testimony given - SR 10880 p.1, Colonial Recds. Lib. of Va Archives Div.

4 June 1672 - Colonial Va - affidavit - Edward left Barbados on 13 Mar 1672, for England,

general embargo on all ships at the time - Chancery Regist. Of Affidavits. Trinity 1-3,

1p, - Colonial Va SR 10880

1697 - Lawyer - SR04775 p.l Va Colonial Recds. Personal names. Lib. of Va Archives Div.

14 Dec 1736 - (New Kent?)Va - dau. Eustance born this date - ..

30 June 1743 - Goochland, Va - 400a both sides of Neds Creek, branch of Fluvanna - patents

211, 1742- 43 pg 296 - Goochland Land Patents Va. Card #6

1748 - Albemarle, Va - moved here from Willis Rv., Cumberland, Va - believed to be related to

Walter of New Kent, 1741 - of whom Brett Daniel is earliest mentioned in New Kent, Va

1698 - This Edward usually mentioned with George Daniel, 1748, both moved to

Albemarle together. - see Walter - FTM, Cd 187, Fam. His Va Gen. #3, 1600-1800, V1,

Wm. Daniel of Middlx

1750's Born - Va - M: Anna abt 1775 either Henry, Va or NC border - D: 1833 Grainger, TN - left Will

Children:

Easter Esther B: 1776 - Henry, Va - M: Liggin Mayes - 2 Jul 1792, Henry, Va

D: Rutledge, Grainger, TN

Elizabeth Betsy - B: 1778 - Henry, Va - M: Dudley Mayes - 9 Feb 1806, Morristown, Grainger, TN - D: 1840/50 - Grainger, TN

Anna Ann B: abt 1780 - Henry, Va - M: Jesse Hodge - 1806, Grainger, TN



John Daniell B: 1782 - Va - M: Hannah Grange or Vienna Wilson of Henry county, VA. - 27 Jan 1807, Brunswick, NC

D: bef 1880, Grainger, TN

Joseph B: 1784 - Henry, Va - M: Rebecca Hodge - 21 Dec 1806, Grainger, TN D: 15 Apr 1842, Grainger, TN

Edward Jr. B: 1787 - Henry, Va - M: Precilla Ciller Mays - 22 Dec 1811, Grainger, TN - D: Grainger, TN

Mary Polly B: 15 Mar 1790 - Va - M: John Jonathan Mayes - 29 Jan 1813 Grainger, TN - D: 1860/70, Lonesome Valley, Claiborne, TN Bur: Mayes Chapel Cemetery Claiborne, TN

Rebecca B: 1792 - Va - M: James Sunderland - 8 Oct 1812, Grainger, TN

Sarah Sally B: 1795 - Va - M: Thomas Houston Mayes - 27 Jan 1816, Grainger, TN D: Sumner, TN Bur: Sumner, TN

Jemima B: 1797 - Va. - M: Winfry McGee - 12 Jun 1830, Grainger, TN - D:

William B: 1799 - Va. - M: Martha May Mayes - 4 Nov 1821, Grainger, TN

D: 19 May 1847, Grainger, TN (check Estates & Wills Gr. TN p.522 p. 103)

Isaac B: 1804 - Grainger, TN - M: Phebe/Phoebe Mayes - 5 Feb 1831, Grainger, TN - D: bef 20 Nov 1850, Grainger, TN - school teacher

6 Feb 1745 - Indenture bet. John Loyd of Brunswick, Va & his son Thomas Loyd for 200a on s. side of

Daniel's Branch, 20a. Gift dated 9 Jan 1744, Deed of gift dated 20 May 1743 & recorded.

ftp://ftp.rootseb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/brunswick/deeds/bruns03.txt

12 Jul 1750 - Albemarle, Va 200a. of Wm. Woodson, adj. Isaac Bates & Edward Daniel - on branches of

Neds Creek & Randolph Creek. - Valentine Papers 30, p219 Va Genealogy

14 Aug 1760 - Albemarle, 260a Tucker Woodson of Albemarle, bought fr Samuel Southern - both sides

Glover Rd. adj. Noel Burton, Wm. Webb, John Cannon, Ed. Daniel, Wm. Woodson, & Stephen

Hughes. Valentine Papers Woodson Fam. DB 2,p307

1760 - Halifax, NC (not in 1740)

1776 - Rockingham, NC - Matrimony Creek Baptist Church member - part of Strawberry Ass. of Va &

others from Marribone Baptist Church, Henry, Va. - ment. with wife Anna - others: Esther Lacy ( Ed's sister), Phillemon Lacy, her husband, Phebey Mayes (dau. Henry Mayes or wife)

Sept 1776 - Members of Matrimony Creek Baptist Church Recds for Rockingham, NC. At one time part

of Strawberry Ass. of Va & connected with four other churches. Marribone Baptist, Henry, Va,

Big Springs of TN, Blue Springs of Holston, Va. Edward & Anna members listed with Phillemon

Lacy, Ester Lacy, Edwards sister, Phebey Mays, (wife of Henry Mayes) Rockingham, NC

archives - Web Judy Wright - Complete recd. So. Historical Collection Chapel, NC -

www.tree-pages.genealogy.roots.com - minutes Big Springs Primitive 1805 - See 1804-05.

abt 1777 - Henry, Va - Enlisted in the VA Militia -



1782 - 1790 Powhatten Co., VA, William Daniel Sr. fell from mill dam & drown. Other Daniels

mentioned: William Jr., Stephen, & Henry. (These could be Edwards brothers with William their father or William Sr. brothers. William Sr. had a half bro. named William, who was marr. to a Cox.

1785 - Albemarle, Va - 1st Census - NO DANIEL, MAYES, OR HODGES listed

21 Nov 1785 - Old Guilford, NC - Jury duty, court minutes -

13 Oct 1787 - Rockingham, NC - Bought from Daniel Sullivant, for 50 pds. 100a on Va line and

Stewarts Cr. Adj. Farlour, Frederick Caleur (?), and Henry Scales - Deeds Bk 243

29 Aug 1789 - Rockingham, NC - Edward Daniel of Henry Co., Va. Deed to Richard Oakly for 100 pds.

600a on Matrimony Creek, adj. Samuel Gates, Va. line, John Roach, Henry Grogan, Joseph

Hopper, and Jenna Hopper - Deed Bk 1 - (interesting, Matrimony Cr. is on Va. line.)*



1790 - Patrick county, Va created from Henry county.

aft 1790 - Henry, Va - Statement (see Edward File) made in petition opposing the cost of 9 cent a gal.

on all spirits distilled, discouraging that business. Ask for repeal. Many signed, including Edward

Daniel - Abstracts of Henry Co. Legislative Petitions. Archived of the VA State Lib. by Marshall

Wingfield for Miss Judith Parks America Hills book, "History of Henry Co. Va", publ. 1925,

1995 by Southern Historical Press, p. 293

1790 - Part of TN called Territory south of the River Ohio. NC ceded this TN area



1790 - Va - Tax List - Henry, Co - Edward - Personal A - pg 5 - also: John the same, Nehemiah Personal

B - pg. 5 - Others: May, Mays, Mayse, Jones, Bryant & Witt

24 Apr 1790 - Henry, Va - bought 211a. of Marrowbone Creek from Andrew Rea for 100pds - adj.

Geo. Hairston, Tho. Jamison, Goodwin Mayse & David Mayse - Wit: Ed. Adams, Jesse Murphy,

Goodwin Mayse - Abstracts Deed Bk 3 & 4 Henry Co.,Va 1784 to 1792 p. 111,112 * Prov.26

April 1790 - FHL #2055330 item 7, reel p. 110 - Note: George Hairston is connected to many

pieces of property. He is listed on all of these:

Blackberry Crk (North Mayo Rv) USGS Patrick Springs. Property of William Baker Adj. Going,

Hollandsworth, King, Abram Mayes, Philpott Boreing (Bowens)

Mill Branch on Mayo Rv. Prop. Michel Clous, adj. Randolph, Smith Staples, Taylor

Bull Mountain USGS Stuart - Prop. Edmund & John Chitwood, adj. Goin, Hollandsworth

King, Lindsay, Penn, Philpott, Sharp, Slater, Staples, Walton

Near Koger (Stones) Crk, prop. Of John Duncan, adj. Frazier, Going, Gray, Hamilton,

Koger, Newman, Penn Praytor, Vess, Watson

Bull run near Horsepasture Crk, prop. Of Cook, adj. East, Hooker, Solomon, Taylor, Vaughn ,

Watson, John Woodson

Cloud Break Mountain, spur of Bull Mt. Prop. William Carter, adj. Eliphaz Shelton

Cloud Bottom near Mayo Rv, prop. Josiah Faris, adj. Marr, Penn

South Fork near Polebridge Crk, prop. Richard Adams, adj. Allen, Burnett, Gardner, Hancock

Noe, Penn, Sharp, Staples others

Horsepasture Crk USGS Sanville, prop. James East, adj. Hawkins, Heath, Hooker, Solomon,

Taylor, Vaughan, Watson, John Woodson

Koger (Stones) Crk USGS Sanville, prop. John Dempsey, adj. Duncan, Frazier, Going, Gray,

Hamilton, Heron, Hooker, Koger, Lockhart, Marr, Newman, Penn, Praytor, Redman,

Reynolds, Shelton, Thomas Stockton, Wm. Vess, Watson, others

Mayo River property, William Barton, adj. Geo. Carter, Michel Clous, corn, Critze, Faris,

Fitzgerald, Hampton, Hopkins, James, Jones, Lockheart, Lutrell, Mayberry, Magee, Marr,

Randolph, Shelton, Smith, Wm. Spencer, Taylor & others

North Branches, prop. John Botetourt, adj. Brewer, Evans, Hughes, Keaton, Smith, Spencer,

Staples

North Mayo River USGS Sanville & Spencer, prop. John Adams, adj. Anglin, Joel Chitwood,

Clark, Critz, Gee. Dodson, Dunkin, Farriss, King, Marr, Nash, Penn, Pigg, Pulliam, John

Randal, Randolp, Shelton, Sharp, Smith, John Spencer, John Tatum, Taylor, Peter Vess,

Willis & others

Reynolds Road near Koger Crk, prop. John Duncan, adj. Micajah Frazier, Hambleton Heron,

Penn, Praytor, Reynolds, Wm. Vess

Shooting Creek USGS Charity, prop. George Hairston, adj. Nathan Hall, Jacob Hickman,

Matt Linsey, Jm Nowling, Jm Pemberton, Chr. Rakes, Jn Ward

South Mayo River USGS Stuart, Patrick Springs, Nettleridge, prop. Francis, Mesheck& Shadrick Barrett/Barrott, adj. Barton, Bowling, Geo. Carter, Childs, Isaac Dodson, Easley, Gilliam

Going, Jones, Keeton, Jm Lyon, Mitchell, Penn, Sharp, Shelton, Staples, Taylor & others

North Fork, prop. Adron Anglin, Nash Wagon Ford near Goblintown Crk, prop. Barnett, adj.

Corn, Gardner, Poteet



1791 - Henry, VA - Edward on list of landowners whose property will become Patrick County. Edward

Tatum, Commissioner of the Land Tax for Henry County made this report. "History of Patrick

County, Va" by Pat. Co. His. Soc., publ. 1999, p. 473, Pat. Co. Landowners in 1791 - Also in

this book under Surname Daniel is: John, head of household, 1820 & William, head of household,

1820 -

1791 - 1801 - Patrick Co., Va - Places Named In Deed Book 1 by Charles Leon Harris - Name

of property:

Big Branch of North Mayo River, deed bk. p. 440, Edward Daniels property, neighbors, George

Dotson, John Randal, Robt. Stockton. - usgenweb Archives p. 1

Mill Pond near Praythors Fork of Mayo Rv., Deed bk p. 209 - Daniel property, neighbors George Dodson, Hill, Nash, and Randal - p. 8

Prators Fork of North Mayo Rv., deed bk. P. 84, 159, 207, 208, 209, 309, 440, 473, 509 -

Property of Joel Chitwood, neighbors Edward & Widow Daniel; Geo. Jesse, Leonard

Dodson; John Dunkin, Hall; Hill; Tho. & Robt Lockhart; Nash; Jn Pulliam; James Purdy;

John Randal; William Sharp; Jn Spencer; Stockton; Peter Vess - p. 9

M Ridge Meeting House near Praytors Fork of Mayo River - Deed bk. p. 208, 209 - Property of

Daniel; neighbors, George, Leonard Dodson; Hill; Nash; Randal - p. 13

Note: The Widow Daniel, listed above was the wife of John Daniel, who D: in 1794, Henry, Va.

Her name is Sarah Weatherspoon, who had one son, William Weatherspoon, (who moved

to Burke Co., NC before 1786) before she married John Daniel. In Ancestry & Probable Origin of the Daniell Family of York, Va. by Worth Stickley Ray, p. 25, he states that this Sarah could have been a Tatum. (Sarah either died or moved from Henry/Patrick, VA in 1797.) He also states that this John Daniells, of Brunswick, Va., first wife was Elizabeth Marmaduke, a member of an old Westmoreland Co., family, the grandfather of which was Miles Marmaduke, who left a Will proved 28 Aug 1695, in Westmoreland, Va - See John

Daniell ca 1700, s/o Hugh/Mary Billington, s/o Roger 1st of England.

Note: This Edward Daniel, listed with the Widow Daniel, widow of John Daniel, Sr. gives a

strong indicator that this Edwards father was John Daniel, Jr. of Brunswick, Va. John Jr.

first went into Cumberland, Va with his father around 1760/65, where there are land trans-

actions with an Alexander Steele, adj. William Daniell, ( John Sr. had a brother named

William) and later both John Daniels moved to Henry, Co., Va. Show up there in 1777.

See John ca 1700 for list of children attributed to him. No Edward listed. I do not have the

children for John Jr. verified, but believe them to be: Ester, Edward, John, George,

William, Reuben & Sarah



Note: This is all the same piece of property - bought 25 April 1791 - listed below

25 Apr 1791 - Henry, Va (Patrick Co., Va.) - Bought 100a. for 10 pds. No. Mayo Rv. on

branches of Prators Fork, Henry Co.,Va. From Samuel Vess, adj. Jn. Randel & Geo.

Dodson, Sr.Wit: Sam. Vess & Catherine his wife - Abstracts Deed Bk 3 & 4 Henry Co.,

Va. P. 240-1 - Patrick, Va land taxes*

25 Apr 1791 - Prov. 25 Apr 1791 - Henry, Co. Va - Samuel Vess of Henry to Edward Daniel of

Henry, for 10 pds. convey land on Russell's Crk, with lines of James Mankins & Wm.

Smith it being part of 353a tract on South Mayo Rv. - FHL#2055330 reel pg. 128 -

p.240-1 - Note: Same property as above - Catherine Mankin M: Nehemiah Daniel, Jr, 19

Jan 1826, Pat. Va

24 Dec 1791 - Patrick, VA - M: Polly Consolvent (could be cousin or nephew to Edward, not

verified) - Sur. Stephen Rennie - Mar. of Pat. Va 1791-1850 by Lela Adams, p. 30 -

This could be the brother of Nehemiah Daniel - rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/Patrick/vitals/marriages/daniel1.txt

This Edward B: abt 1770 - Nehemiah m. to Anna Lyon B: abt 1765 - Both could have

been born in Pittsylvania or Halifax - this Edward could also be Edward/Annas son.

6 Feb 1793 - Rockingham, NC - Edward, of Henry, Va, sold to James Claybrook, 100a for

100pds, on Stewards Creek, adj. Farlour, Va. line, John Grogan, William Grogan, & John

Clifton - Rockingham NC Deed Bk 49 *

12 Oct 1793 - Henry, Va - Bond to John Dillard to build bridge across Marrowbone Creek,

near Roadford above Hairston's Marrowbone Store, for 80 pds. 9 shillings, 6 pence. Build & repair for 7 yrs. Wit: Thomas Stovall, James Taylor - Sig. Ed Daniel & John Dillard. * Abstracts of Deeds Bks V 7 V1, Henry, Va Oct 1792-1805 by Lela Adams, DK V, p. 77-78

15 Apr 1797 - Patrick, Va - Sold 100a. for $100 to Robert Stockton - Edward of Henry Co. Va.

warranted against me, my heirs, my wife, Mary & her heirs, signed Edward Daniel - Wit:

James Purdey, William Lockhart, Nancy Fletcher, John Purdey. Rec. 27 Apr 1797 - Adj.

John Randal & Geo Dodson. Land in Prators Fork, Mayo River, Patrick Co., Va. (

Patrick formed from Henry Co, Va) Patrick, VA Deed Book 1 p.84, p440 (Courthouse Recds)

1797-1799 - Patrick, Va - land taxes - Robert Stockton from Edward Daniel 100a *

Jan 1799 - Henry, Va - William French desires leave to build a water grist mill on both sides

Horsepasture Crk. Sheriff to summon 12 fit persons Tues. 12 Feb 1799 to judge if this is

proper place.

12 Feb 1799 - Henry, Va - Jury duty, January court. Jurors judged damages will be nothing -

Abstracts of Deeds Bks, V & V l, Henry, VA 1792-1805 by Lela Adams, Bk V l, p. 69,

pgs 157-158

25 Mar 1799 - Henry, Va - DB6 p. 157 - 158 jury duty to judge the place for a water Grist mill

on both sides Horsepasture Creek by Wm French. Date 12 Feb 1799. Members: P.

Garland, Benj. Harrison, David Mullins, Archibald Hatcher, James Larrimore, Wm.

Shelton, Peter Leake, Jesse Witt, David Mayse, John Smith, Archibald Farris.

Sep 1799 - Henry, Va - Peter Perkins desires to build a water grist mill on canal taken out of the

Mayo Rv at his Iron Works. Proved 25 Nov 1799 - see below - Abstracts of Deeds Bks

V & V l, Henry, Va Oct 1792-1805, by Lela Adams - DB V l, p. 75, p. 202-203*

25 Nov 1799 - Henry, Va - DB 6 p. 202, 203 Jury member for safety com. To build water grist

mill by Peter Perkins on canal of Mayo Rv. At his Bouldin & Perkins Iron Works.

Members: Wm. Shelton, Thoms. Oakley, Legan Mays, Edward Daniel, Jesse Murphy,

Tho. Jamison, Archibald Farris, Ambrose White, Garrot Williams, Wm. Hill, Jn. Weaver,

Jesse Atkisson. Finding, no damage. *





1800 - Henry, Va - Petition to U.S. congress - find charging 9 cents a gallon on all distilled

spirits oppressive *

1800 - Henry, Va - Tax List - Edward Daniel, 1 white male tithable, 4 horses, 1 slave over 16 *



4 Apr 1800 - Henry, Va - Jury duty, March court, along with Goodwin & David Mayes *

Peter Garland desired to build a water grist mill on so Fork of Little Marrowbone Crk, he

owns the Land on both sides. Twelve freeholders to inspect property and ascertain if there

would be any damage. Jurors: Brice Martin, tho. Oakley, Alex. Moore, Goodwin Mayse,

Wm. Francis, Daniel Reamey, Edward Daniel, David Epperson, David Mayse, Sanford

Raney, Reuben Payne, Wm Pace, find no damage. - Proved 28 Apr. 1800 - Abstracts of

Deeds Bks V & V l, Henry, Va. Oct 1792-Dec 1805, by Lela Adams, DB V l, p. 79, p.

226-227 *

1800 Washington, NC - (census) Also, Edward Pratt

1800 - Federal Index Census

1800 - Henry, Va - Personal Tax List of Va - Personal, p. 4 - also John

1801 - Claiborne county, TN created from Grainger and Hawkins counties

1801 - Rockingham, NC - Member of Chapel Hill Church along w/Anna - C-23 rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ncRockingham/church/rockchr *

1802 - Grainger, TN - conveyed deed to Benjamin McCarty - Deed bk. ? A312 *

22 Nov 1803 - Grainger, TN - Benjamin McCarty deed to Edward Daniel 300a - proven

by Henry Mayes - *

25 Nov 1803 - Grainger, TN - Benjamin McCarty deed to Edward Daniel 600a for $1000,

No side Holston River, 2 mi. above Horseshoe Bottom, containing 300a, beginning

on the bank at a white oak tree, total 600a+ - Wit: William & Henry Mayes Land

Recd Gr. TN. *

1804 - Grainger, TN - Tax List - 300a Holston River, 1 free poll age 21-50 - (he had to have been

born around 1754 or later, I think around 1756, he marr. Anna bef. 1776) see 1805 tax *

May 1804 - Grainger, TN - Jury duty along with Francis Daniel & others to view & lay out a road

from Rutledge to Panther Spring, then make report next court. At August 1804 court,

Edward made the overseer of the river road, in place of Abel Morgan & all hands that

worked under Morgan, should now work under Edward. *

2 July 1804 - (Sat.) Church at Big Spring, TN - received into membership by letter from Holston,

VA, Edward and Ann along with Going, Hase, & Moody. Part of the minutes of Big

Spring Church *

1805 - Grainger, TN - Tax List - Edward Daniel 300a Holston River - 1 free poll age 21-50, 1 FP

Capt. Howell 's Co. * (see 1804, 1821) TN East Counties Tax List - also Francis Daniel*

Aug & Nov 1805 - Jury Duty -

2 Sept 1805 - (Sat.) Church at Holston Blue Springs, Gr. Co., TN - Dismissed Edward and Ann

Daniel along with Going, Moody, and Jonson. Part of the minutes, Big Spring church *

www.treepages.genealogy.roots.com - Minutes big Springs Primitive Ch. 1804-05

Rockingham, NC

Feb 1806 - Grainger, TN - Jonathan Williams appointed overseer of road in place of Edward

Daniel and allowed same hands - * see Nov 1806

17 Feb 1806 - Grainger, TN - and Henry Mays proven the will of Drury Solomon D: bef 17 Feb

1806 - Inventory of estate was returned by Francis Solomon & John Cocke, Admin.. (ibid

166) Gr. TN Co.Ct. Min. 2/129 - TN Tidbits 1778-1914 - 976.8 P2f v.3

Nov 1806 - Grainger, TN - Edward along with Henry Mayes & others ordered by court to be a jury

to view and lay out road from Howell's Branch to Buffalo Creek *

Jan 1807 - Grainger, TN - Jury review & lay out road Howell Branch to Buffalo Creek beginning at

Howells along old road by Moody's cabin then by Henry Mayes, to Edward Daniel's along to

George Moody's then to Blackwells Branch to John Williams, along to Martin Sahburns (?) to

William Adisons/Atinson to the fork of the branch at Michael Massengill's. *

1809 - Grainger, TN - Tax List by Capt. Mayes company of Militia as returned by Geo. Moody -

Edward 300a, 1 stud, no polls age 50+ * see 1804 tax list

1810 - Grainger, TN - Tax List by Capt. William Mayes Company - 300a. No. Holston, age 50+ - no

poll - 976.8932 x27 * see 1804,1805, 1809, 1821 - others: Joseph, John Sr, John Jr.*

1810 - Grainger, TN Census - 1M, 1F 0-10; 1M, 2F 10-16; 1M, 1F 16-26; 1M, 1F 45+ - (7 child at

home) Others: another Edward, Frances, Francis, 3 Johns, 2 Josephs - all #9

20 Jan 1811 - Kent, Va - Death date - Age 86 - Will - M.I. St. Lawrence - B: 1725 - Ann his

widow D: 21 Oct 1813 a. 86 - B: 1727 - Also, William N. Daniel D: 8 Oct 1822 - age 87 -

B: 1735; Ann C. dau of Edward, D: 22 Oct 1799 - age 8 wks. - B: Aug 1799; Ann Louise,

dau D: 21 Mar 1804 - age 8yrs. B: 1796; George, son, D: 9 Feb 1811; Charles, son D: 5

Nov 1823; Edith, dau. D: 22 Mar 1826 (this Edward could be the one mentioned with

George of New Kent, they could have been twins.) #1849233 item 3

1814 - Grainger, TN - Tax list - 300a

1815 - Grainger, TN - Tax list - 300a

20 Feb 1816 - Grainger, TN - Jr. had Jenny Jones bound until age 18yrs. old. - Grainger, TN Co.

Ct.

2 Nov 1820 - Grainger, TN - Purchased 7 yr. Old negro girl for $350 from John Cocke - Wit:

John Brown & Geo. Moody - Deed Recds. Gr., TN - E153 - name Jinny, E132 conveyed

a deed *

1 Feb 1821 - Grainger, TN - Edward Sr. sold land, to John Cocke & John Brown for $200 - 2

tracts of land - Wit: W.T. Tate, William Daniel and John Denniston - Edward signed his

name * ( I am confident this William Daniel is Edward's son)

Grainger, TN - Tax List - Edward Sr., 300a & Jr., 1 FP - Capt. Lacey's Co. - also Francis *

TN East Counties tax List

1824-1827 - Warren, TN - Vol 1, p. 20 - others, John & William -

16 Feb 1824 - Edward Esqr.Grainger, TN - Appt. to take list of polls & taxable property in the

bounds of Capt. Wm. Lacey's Co. return list to court. Placed on tax book. 300a No

Holston River - Court minutes Vol. 6 Grainger, TN - Usgenweb project p.4

21 Aug 1826 - Gr. TN - Ordered by court to be juror along with others to review road to alter it

James Briant - Others: Turley, Kinder, Eaton, Ramsay, Guanlin, Read, Kirkham,

Churchman, Corum, McKinsey, Gumble, Dyar, Chouse, Wickliff, Eaton, & Ring - Court

Recd Gr TN, p.220, rootsweb

1827 - Rutherford, TN - Bondman for Stephen Daniel marr to Abigail Allsup - Early TN

Marr.976.8 v2T -V.1

20 Oct 1828 - Jefferson, TN - sold negro boy to James G. Harris for $450 - Wit: Thos. Cocke &

Isaac Daniel - Deed Recds Grainger, TN * ( confident this Isaac Daniel is Edward's son)*

1829 - Grainger, TN - sold negro, Sam, for $450 - F5 *

1830 - Census, McMinn, TN - 1 Daniel p. 141-178; 1 Lacy, p. 148

1840 - Census, McMinn, TN - no Daniel

1850 - Census, McMinn, TN - 1 Daniels, p. 272A; 2 Lacy, p. 289B, 306B

1830 TN Census - Jefferson Co. TN file 4 0f 4 Microfilm #M19-180 p.0299.txt B: 1790/1800 age

30/40, w: 30/40; 3 sons 10/15; 4 dau. 1 und. 5; 2 - 5/10; 1 - 15/20 (Edward Jr. B: 1791

Va) *

1830 - Grainger, TN - Census - Sr. - 1 M, 1 F, 20-30; (Isaac & Jemima) 1 F, 60-70; (Anna) 1 M

70/80 (Edward B: bet. 1754/60); 1 M slave under 10; 1 F slave 10-24 (Jenny) pg. 397

6 Feb 1830 - Grainger, TN - Will by Edward Sr. wife Anna: son Isaac, dau. Jemima, & son William,

named to receive equal parts of 500$ in order of age. Others: Esther Mayes, Elizabeth

Mayes, Anna Hodge, John, Joseph, Edward Jr, Mary Mayes, Rebecca Sunderland, & Sally

Mayes, there being 12 referred to in this instrument - Signed: Edward Daniel - Wit: James

Kennon, James Lacy, James Greenlee - * Info Vickie Lomon - see 9 Nov 1833 *

9 Nov 1833 - Grainger, TN - Will probated this date - Dated 6 Feb 1830 - Recd of Gr.Co., TN

Vol 3. Wills & Estates #25332 Will Bk 1, pg. 14 - #0855208 : Edward Daniel Sr. - Wife,

Anna Daniel; son Isaac; dau. Jemima; son William; Easter Mayes, Elizabeth Mays, Anna

Hodge, John, Joseph, Edward, Mary Mayes, Rebecca Sunderland, Sally Mayes and

Jemima Daniel; my family of children, there being twelve in number; sons Edward and

William, executors: Witnesses: James Kennon, James Greenlee, James Lacy. * Gr. TN

Estates & Wills 1833-1852; 976.8932 P2R p.14, p.1

Account of sale. Among purchasers were Logan (Liggin) Mayes (hus Easter/Esther),

Thomas Mayes, ( hus Sally) William Hodge and Jesse Hodge (hus Anna). *

11 Nov 1833 - Grainger, TN - Acct of Sale - Ment.: Isaac, William, Joseph, Edward, John, &

Philip Daniel, ? McGee, Legand, Thomas, Dudley, & Jonathan Mayes, William & Jesse

Hodge, James Sunderland, Wm. McDaniel, John Williams, Robert Mitchell, Eliha A.

Taylor, Samuel Pollard, John Hill, Henry Bowen, Edward Tate & John Hixon. - Recd this

date - by P. S. Cocke, Clerk - Inventories of Estates & Wills Nov 1833-- May 1852

Grainger, TN - abstracted by Mary E. Reeves - p. 16









Note. Marmaduke Daniel is also listed on the 1810, Washington county, TN. Census.

If If I remember correctly. This Marmaduke Daniel went to Monroe county, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Gibson. Later settling in MO.

I know that Marmaduke Norfleet Jeffreys also left TN. And Migrated to Monroe county, Kentucky. I am going from memory but dont hold me to this, But a Reuben Daniel was also listed in Monroe county, Kentucky living around my Daniels? Also this Marmaduke Daniel had a son named Marmaduke Daniel who also migrated to Benton county, Ark. This Marmaduke Daniel married Arizonia Dumas in Benton county, Ark. They too left Ark. And migrated to Texas.



Not sure if this is the same one your looking for.
I have a Champion Napier s/o Rene & Winifred Champion Napier.
From "History of Henry County, Virginia"
"NAPIER FAMILY"

The Napier family were formerly Irish, but came from England to America. The first we note is Champion who was born about 1750 and lived in North Carolina and married the daughter of Gov. Martin if that state. He had several brothers and sisters: John, James, Boothe, Tarleton, and Valentine. The latter never married and was a soldier in the War of 1812. After that, he taught school in the county for a long period. He died during the Civil War.
Of the sisters there were: Nannie who died in 1863: Betsy married Jesse Estes, no issue: two Pollys, and Frances.

Second generation
Robert Napier, a distinguished lawyer and son of Champion, was Superior Court Jdge of Rockingham county, N.C.; Betsy Napier, a sister never married; another sister married a Wall: John died insane.

"HISTORY OF HENRY COUNTY,VIRGINIA" pg 231


Tarleton Napier, a brother of Champion, married Susan Smith, of Franklin county, Virginia. They lived near Mt. Bethel church in Henry county. Issue: Gillie C. Napier married John Koger, son of Henry Koger and Mary King (See Koger Family for issue) ; Ruth Napier married George Terry; Betsy married John Mitchell; Frances, Ann, and Pollv never married ; Tom married Sinai Philpott; Moses md. a miss Poindexter George Napier son of Tarleton, was born in 1810, and
married Dolly Finney, daughter of John Finney Sr., of Franklin county.
He lived on Reed creek. Issue Moses who died in Mo. Betty Napier married William Davis and went to Indiana and died; Susan Napier married James Finney, a cousin, of Franklin county Va.; Mary Napier married R. T. DeShazo. (See Dehhazos),2nd, J. C. King; George Napier, Jr., went South in 1875 and was lost to history.
Of the children of all the Napiers, Champion, son of Tom, is the last one of the name in the county, He married Mrs. Prilliman. No issue







Attachment William Daniel of Henry, Va areas:



Documents for William:



1749 - Lunenburg, Va tithes - p.140 Tax List part 4 (see James)



1779 - Henry, Va - Tax List - Along with Geo. & Reuben Daniel *



1782 - Brunswick, Va - Personal Tax - 2 persons, 2 horses, 14 cattle, one slave, Jacob - 2 pds 7 shill. LDS Film # 2024495 - Dist. 1Brunswick, Va Personal Tax 1782-1807



1783 - Brunswick, Va - Personal Tax - 3 tithes, 2 persons, (William & John Daniel) 2 horses, 10 cattle one slave Jacob - Tax. 1pd, 6 shill., 6 pense. Dist. 1



1784 - Brunswick, Va - Personal Tax - 4 taxables, 4 tithe, 1 under 21 ( John, under 21, Sue & one child,) one slave, Jacob, 2

horses, 10 cattle, 0 wheels - Dist. 1



23 Oct 1786 Brunswick, Va Will proven this date, for William Daniel Lib. of Va.



30 May 1791 - Pittsylvania, Va William bought 251a - adj. McGeehee, Bodz, Adkins & others - #77 - Land off patents, Va



1810 Fed Census Henry Co., Va



1823 - Henry, Va Order of Minutes Book 1777 - General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904

FHL #0031974 - Bk. 1, p. 149 William vs deft. Barkers see 1832



1832 - Va. General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 - Bk. 2, p. 193 Permit to practice law see 1841



1841 - Va. General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 - Bk. 3, p. 109 Plft. William & wife, deft. George F. Harris Deed produced



1843 - Brunswick, Va - M: Frances Stratton - Deed Bk 15



28 Jun 1868 - Pittsylvania, Va- age 24, Occu. Farmer, s/o George & Rhoada Daniel - M: Elma L. Hutcherson, age 21, d/o Joseph & Mary Hutcherson - by Asa Hodnett





Documents for Mildred Daniel:



Mildred - 9 Mar 1770 - Mecklenburg, Va - M: James Toone - Misc Mar Daniel Fam of the So States, V.2



Mildred - 1810 - Middlesex, Va - Census Index - p. 394A, line 101 - others - see George



Documents for Ferreby Daniel:



Ferreby - 17 Oct 1835 - Patrick Co., Va - Ment. in marr. of Mildred Trent, her sister, to Caleb Harris - Reg. 18 Nov 1835 - Surety: Madison Hollandsworth - Min. John Washburn. M.R.- Patrick, Va Marriages - under Surname, Harris, 1792- 1874



Documents for George Daniel of Henry, Va area:



1767 - Lieutenant George Daniel - Pittsylvania ( from Lunenburg) Va. Tithe Roll by Robert Chandler - Cambden Parish Also

Benj. & Thomas Hubbard and Edmond Hodge - Frederick D. O. Daniel & Terence Daniel, Isham Hodges & John Hodges - usgenweb



1767 - Va - Colonial Recds Tax List George on list



1767 - Pittsylvania, Va First List of Tithables George, also ment. Frederick D. O. & Terence usgenweb



1768 Pittsylvania, VA Daniel vs Elkins George Daniel Petitioner against James Elkins, defendant. On an Attachment.

Attachment is dismissed - Pittsylvania County 1767-1772 - Court Records Book 1, page 55 - Rootsweb.com - usgenweb -



1775 Va. Military Service George Navy Carpenter Documents: Affidavit: Benedict Lamkin, Discharge certificate, John Ludley Rev. War Rejected Claims, LVA also Rev. War Bounty Warrants, LVA - Voucher 1780 papers 1784 Others on rejected claims: John, soldier, Army; Thomas, Navy, Christopher, soldier, Army And Jacob, soldier, Army



31 Dec 1777 - Henry, Va - (another date 30 Aug 1777) Swore allegiance to VA. Along w/John Sr. & Jr.



1778 - 1779 - Henry co. Va Tax Lists George along with William & Reuben Daniel



22 Jun 1779 Virginia Land Office established which rewarded land for Revolutionary War service. Had to serve at least 3 years continuously in either State or Continental Army. Militia did not count.



June 1780 to June 1783 - Henry Co., VA - Surveys, 126 a. George, Land grant Lib of Va. - Martinsville, Henry, Va. Surveyor 1778-1860, p. 236, also John Daniel p. 135, 22 April 1780 300a (John) and Nehemiah, p. 387, 28 Jun 1781 and 20 Nov 1790 54 a. (see Nehemiah)



1782 Henry, Va Personal Property Tax List 1782 He had tithe 1; negroes 0; horse 3; cattle 5. also mentioned were John & Reuben Daniel



1782 - 1807 - Brunswick, Va - Personal Tax List - Film # 2024495 George:

1795 - 1 tithable, 0 black, 0 horse - Hartwell Tucker's Dist.

` 1796 - 1 tithable, 0 black 1 horse - " " "

1797 - 1 tithable, 0 black, 0 horse - " " "
1798 - 1 tithable, 0 black, 0 horse - " " "

1799 - 1 tithable, 0 black, 0 horse - " " "



1783 Henry, VA. Order of Minutes Bk. 1777 - General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 Bk. 3, p. 95 Injunction granted George Daniel to stay the proceedings of judgement obtained granted him by Abraham Parsley until the same be heard in equity and that he give bond and security in five days in clerks office. - Bk. 3, p. 108 deft. Parsley; Bk. 3, p. 110 deft. Maupin; Bk. 3, p. 119 deft. Maupin Bk. 3 p. 119, deft. Parsley see 1784



1784 - Va. General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 Bk. 3, p. 158 George against all of these, deft. Maupin; Bk. 3, p. 158 deft. Parsley; Bk. 3, p. 172 deft. Parsley; Bk. 3, p. 172 deft Maupin see 1785



18 Jul 1784 - Child Thaddeus born to Geo. Daniel & Elizabeth (place?)



1785 - Va. General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 Bk. 3, p. 204 William Burke Judgement for payment & ordered Continued and cost judgement according to specialty and Ordered Cont. Bk. 3, p. 204 Burk J. Judgement according to specialty and ordered Cont Bk. 4, p. 23 deft. Parsley Bill filed & time to answer Bk. 4, p. 23 deft. Maupin Cont for award Bk. 4, p. 39 deft. Parsley Cont

Bk. 4, p. 39 deft. Maupin Cont for award see 1786



1786 - Va. General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 Bk. 4, p. 77 deft. James Dismissed Bk. 4, p. 114 deft. Parsley Attachment for answer Bk. 4, p. 114 deft. Maupin Cont for award see 1787



1787 - Va. General Index to Ended Law & Chancery, County Court, 1777-1904 FHL #0031974 Bk. 4, p. 133 deft. Parsley Cont for award Bk. 4, p. 134 deft. Maupin Cont for award Bk. 4, p. 52 deft. Parsley All attachment answered Bk. 4, p. 155 deft. Smith dismissed Bk. 4, p. 158 deft Maupin Cont for award Bk. 4, p. 177 deft. Parsley attachment for answer Bk. 4, p. 179 deft. Maupin Cont for award Bk. 4, p. 181 deft. Tarrents Special implementation Bk. 4, p. 181 deft. R. Tarrent Special implementation Bk. 4, p. 186 deft. Tarrent Samuel Johnson special bail & implementation.



1795 - Brunswick, Va Tax Lists - 1 George; 1796 -1 George; 1797 -1 George; 1798 -1 George (see Ann)



18 Nov 1795 - Westmoreland, Va George Marr. to Hannah King - Misc. Marr., Daniel Fam. of the So. States



29 Sep 1796 Patrick, Va Sept. Court Ordered that the Overseer of the Poor Bind out George Daniel, Joyce Daniel, Fanny Daniel, Stephen Daniel, James Commings, Moses Commings & Joseph Comings according to law. Pat. C. Va. Court Order Book 0, 1796 - http:/www.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/patrick/courts/cob01796.txt



1798 Brunswick, Va George, 1790/1800 Personal Tax List of Va Personal , 10 see Edward



29 Sep 1796 Patrick, Va September Court ordered that the Overseer of the Poor Bind out George Daniel, Joyce Daniel,

Fanny Daniel, Stephen Daniel, James Commings, Moses Commings & Joseph Commings according to Law.

Patrick Co., VA., Court Order Book O (selected Entries, 1796) Usgenweb



8 Oct 1798 - Brunswick, Va George, along with Anne Daniel & Ellick (?) Daniel sold land to Joseph Maclin for $150, 90a, Bruns. St. Andrews Parish - adj: Barrow, Maclin, John Brown (formerly), branch that divides Maclin & William Brown, Jess Turner.- Wit: Thos Manson, Thos. Weaver, Isaac Oldham, & Edward J. Tarpley - recd 25 Feb 1799 - Bruns. Deed bk. 17, pg 389



28 Jun 1868 - Pittsylvania, Va - Marr of William Daniel, s/o George & Rhoada Daniel - to Elma L. Hutcherson, dau of Joseph & Mary Hutcherson - by Asa Hodnett - Pitts. Marr 1860-69 see William



Henry Co., Va. personal property tax lists:

1782

George Daniel - 1 tithable; 3 horses; 5 cattle

John Daniel - 1 tithable; 4 horses; 7 cattle

Reuben Daniel - 1 tithable; 3 negroes; 4 horses; 7 cattle

1783

Daniel, George - 1 tithable; 1 wt tith. over 21; 1 horse; 5 cattle

Daniel, John, Sen. & negro Sam - 2 tithables; 1 wt tith. over 21; 1 slave; 2 horses; 6 cattle

Daniel, John - 1 tithable; 1 wt. tith. over 21; 2 horses; 6 cattle

Daniel, Reuben - 1 tithable; 1 wt. tith. over 21; 2 horses; 10 cattle

1784

Daniel, George & Edwd Daniel - 2 tithables; 1 white over 21; 1 white under 21; 1 horse; 2 cattle

Daniel, John - 1 tithable; 1 white over 21; 2 horses; 8 cattle

1785

Daniel, Reuben & 2 negroes - 2 tithables; 1 white over 21; 1 slave over 16; 1 slave under 16; 4 horses; 4 cattle

Daniel, John, Jr. & 1 negro - 2 tithables; 1 white over 21; 1 slave over 16; 5 horses; 8 cattle

Daniel, George & Edward Daniel (Beaver Creek) - 2 tithables; 1 white over 21; 1 white under 21; 1 horse; 5 cattle

Henry Co., Va.

1786

Daniel, John & 1 negro - 2 tithables; 1 white over 21; 1 slave over 16; 5 horses; 10 cattle

Daniel, Reubin & 3 negroes - 2 tithables; 1 white over 21; 1 slave over 16; 2 slaves under 16; 4 horses; 5 cattle

Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 horse; 3 cattle

1787

2 June - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 horse; 3 cattle

12 Aug. - Daniel, Reubin - 1 wt male over 21; 1 wt male 16-21; 2 blacks over 16; 1 black under 16; 8 horses; 9 cattle

1788

3 May - Daniel, Reubin - 2 white tithables; 2 blacks over 16; 4 horses

26 April - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 white tithable; 1 horse

1789

6 June - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 tithable; 1 horse

1790

27 April - Daniel, Edward - 1 tithable; 1 horse

22 May - Daniel, John - 1 tithable; 1 horse

31 March - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 tithable; 2 horses

1791

26 April - Daniel, Edward - 1 tithable; 1 horse

1791 - Patrick Co. (This was the first year of these tax records for Patrick Co.)

20 April - Daniel, Edward - 1 tithable; 1 horse

22 May - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 tithable; 1 horse

1792 - Henry Co.

23 April - Daniel, Edward - 2 tithables; 5 horses/cattle

1792 - Patrick Co.

22 May - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 tithable; 1 horse

2 July - Daniel, Edward - 1 tithable; 1 horse

2 July - Daniel, Edlizabeth - 1 tithable

1793 - Henry Co.

18 March - Daniel, Edward - 2 tithables; 6 horses/cattle

1793 - Patrick Co.

21 May - Daniel, Elizabeth - 1 tithable

2 July - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 tithable; 1 horse

1794 - Henry Co.

3 April - Daniel, Edward - 1 tithable; 2 cattle (?); 1 horse (?)

1794 - Patrick Co.

4 April - Daniel, Nehemiah - 1 tithable; 2 horses

1795 - Henry Co.

16 March - Daniel, Edward - 2 tithables; 4 horses/cattle; 1 colt (?)










This thread: