Name: Zadock Daniel
Birth: 8 JUL 1768 in Granville County, North Carolina
Death: 9 SEP 1850 in Wake County, North Carolina
Will: Recorded 1850 Wake County, North Carolina Vol 27, p. 203
Occupation: County Surveyor and Planter
Occupation: 1850 Farmer
Fact 1850 Value of Real Estate $700.00
Census: 1800 North Carolina, WARREN, Roll 32 Book 1, Page 799, 2m<10, 1m 26-45; 2F<10, 1f 10-16, 1f 16-26, 9 slaves next to father John W. Daniel
Census: 1810 North Carolina, GRANVILLE, Roll 40 Book 1, Page 263, 3m<10, 2m 10-16, 1m 26-45; 1f 10-16, 1f 16-26, 1f 26-45; 17 slaves
Census: 1820 North Carolina, ROWAN, Roll 81 Book 1, Page 217, 1m<10, 2m 10-16, 1m 26-45; 3f<10, 1f 26-45
Census: 1850 North Carolina, WAKE, Roll 647 Book 1, Page 240a, W DIVN, age 83
1798: On 29 August 1798, Zadock paid 100 pounds to the Governor as Bond "to insure faithful discharge of office of (Warren) County (NC) Surveyor.
1804: Deed Book R, page 339, John Collins and wife, Nancey, of Granville County deed to Zadoc Daniel of Warren County, NC on 2 August 1804. P.141 Nancy Collins relinquished her right of dower in land which she and her husband, John Collins, sold to Zadock Daniel containing 468 acres.
1810: Zadock and his wife Elizabeth moved to Wake County, NC where he bought land. The 1810 census of Granville County, NC shows the following: Zadock Daniel 3m<10, 2M 10-16, 1M 26-45, 1F 10-16, 1F 16-26, 1F 26-45, 1 not taxed, 17 slaves, 1, 300. In the 1830 census of Wake County, NC, he was in Fishdam and owned 466 acres and 10 slaves.
ZADOCK DANIEL TIMELINE
About 1767 NC Zadock Daniel born per 1850 Wake County, NC census, shown as age 83.
1777 NC Elizabeth Ann Lewis born, exact location in question
1792 NC Zadock Daniel married Elizabeth Ann Lewis on 24 July 1792, Granville, NC. If 1850 Wake County census birth date is correct, he would have been age 25
1793 NC Susanna Daniel born either 10 September or 9 October 1793
1794 NC John Williams Lewis Daniel born 24 October 1794
1797 NC Martha Suit (born out of wedlock was bound over to Zadock, Granville County, NC
1798 NC Mary Jones “Polly” Daniel born 5 February 1798
1798 NC Zadock paid 100 pounds to the Governor as bond to insure faithful discharge of office of Warren County, NC surveyor
1800 NC James Lewis Daniel born 6 January 1800 in Warren County, NC
1800 NC Zadock Daniel is found in Warren County, NC 1800 census
1802 NC William Bullock Daniel born 26 July 1802 in Warren County, North Carolina per the book "Old Times not Forgotten – A History of Drew County (AR)" shown under the Williamson, Jackson, Daniel, Lewis, Genealogy. Heinemann, the 1850 census and The Family History of Daniel Family compiled by Nira McCullough (1990) agrees
1804 NC Deed Book R, page 339, John Collins and wife, Nancey, of Granville County deed to Zadoc Daniel of Warren County, NC on 2 August 1804. P.141 Nancy Collins relinquished her right of dower in land which she and her husband, John Collins, sold to Zadock Daniel containing 468 acres.
1804 NC Dudley Diggs Daniel born 1 June 1804
1806 NC Sarah Lewis Daniel born 23 April 1806
1808 NC Howell Daniel born 6 February 1808, Warren County, North Caroli
1809 NC Zadock’s father left him land and a plantation in Warren County, NC
1810 NC The 1810 census, Granville County, NC shows the following: Zadock Daniel 3m<10, 2M 10-16, 1M 26-45, 1F 10-16, 1F 16-26, 1F 26-45, 1 not taxed, 17 slaves, 1, 300.
1810 NC Zadock Jones Daniel born 25 September 1810
1812 NC Elizabeth Ann Daniel born 12 October 1812
1815 NC Frances Anderson Daniel born 7 January 1815
1815 NC Susanna Daniel married Reverend/Doctor Thomas Cottrell 3 June 1815, Wake County, NC
1817 NC Charles D. or K. Daniel born
1819 NC Zadock and Elizabeth Ann Lewis Daniel moved to Wake County, NC
1820 NC Zadock Daniel is found in Wake County, NC in 1820 census.
1825 NC Mary Jones “Polly” Daniel married Benjamin Cottrell on 13 May 1825, Wake County, NC
1826 NC James Lewis (father of Elizabeth Ann Lewis) was located at Island Creek District, Granville County, NC. He is shown as having a will in 1826. He mentions his wife, Susanna, his sons William and James, William’s wife, grandchildren James L. Worth and Susanna A. Davis, his daughter Elizabeth, the wife of Zadock Daniel.
1826 NC Elizabeth Ann Lewis Daniel died (wife of Zadock Daniel)
1829 NC Lewis Howell Daniel married Pherebe Penny on 9 April 1829 in Wake County, NC
1830 NC In 1830 census, Wake County, NC, Zadock Daniel was in Fishdam & owned 466 acres and 10 slaves.
1830 GA James Lewis Daniel married Matilda Gant on 12 October 1830, Meriwether County, GA
1831 NC Elizabeth Ann Daniel married Alexander Q. Grissom on 5 January 1831, Wake County, NC
1831 NC Zadock Daniel married Martha “Patsey Lowery/Lawey on 10 February 1831 per LDS.
1831 NC Dudley Diggs Daniel married Emaline H. Curtis on 31 October 1831
1831 NC Henderson Daniel born (census says he was age 20 which is 1830/1831, probably late 1831 based on marriage date of his parents.
About 1832 NC Thomas Daniel born (Wake County, SC census says he was age 18 )
1832/1833 GA Zadock Jones Daniel married Nancy Ann H. West on 15 November 1833, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, GA
1834 SC Thomas Cottrell, first husband of Susanna Daniel died.
1834 NC Frances “Fannie” Anderson Daniel married William T. Everett on 4 September 1834
1866 MS Mary Jones “Polly” Daniel Cottrell died 23 August 1866, Marshall County, MS
1850 NC Sarah Lewis Daniel married William Coakley on 27 August 1844, Wake County, NC
1850 NC Zadock Daniel will dated 7 September 1850, Wake County, NC and probably died shortly afterward
1865 AL Zadock Jones Daniel married Sara E. Griffin on 24 October 1865, Midway, Bullock County, AL
1866 MS Mary Jones “Polly” Daniel Cottrell died 23 August 1866, Marshall County, MS
1870 GA John Williams Lewis Daniel died February 1870, Milledgeville, GA
1881 AL Zadock Jones Daniel died 26 November 1881 in Eufaula, Barbour County, AL
1850: Will of Zadock Daniel
Wake County North Carolina Wills Vol. 27, page 203 (North Carolina State Archives)
In the name of God amen. I Zacdok Daniel of Wake County and State of North Carolina being in feeble health of body, but of sound mind and deposing memory, doth make, constitute, and ordain this my last Will and Testament; hereby revoking and annuling all other Wills and Testaments heretofore made by me, do declare this to be my only Will so far as to the disposal of and distribution of all and whatever Estate and wordily goods it has been please God to bless me with.
Impremise, I give and bequeath to seven of my first children Viz., my sons James L. Daniel, William B. Daniel, Dudley D. Daniel and Zadok J. Daniel and daughters Susan L. Stevens, Polly J. Cottrell and Fanny A. Averett, the following property Viz., my Negroes Jeffrey, Simon, Addison one girl Emaline commonly called Pas, and one other woman Eliza and her son Squire and their increase from this time together with all the money I have on hand at the time of my decease and all moneys due me by bonds or notes, and nothing more.
To be divided in the following manner. Whereas I did advance on the 4th day of August 1843 to my Son William B. Daniel two hundred dollars $200.00 which is to be at lawful interest until a final division shall take place amongst them. I advanced to my daughter Susan L. Stevens February 1st 1849 Two hundred dollars to be at lawful interest until the final settlement between them at which time the other five children above named are to receive each as much as William B. Daniel and advancement with the interest included makes and Susan L. Stevens advancement to be made equal to his advancement with its interest out of the above property, then the residue of said property to be divided between the seven children named above equally that is, share and share alike to them and their heirs and assigns forever. Note that John W. Daniel, Lewis Daniel and Elizabeth Ann Gresham children by my first wife have no division by this Will each having received from me more than their proportion of my effects. And in order more readily to effect such division, my Executor is hereby directed and empowered to sell the aforesaid Negroes on nine or twelve month credit, requiring and taking bonds with good security of the purchases for the payment.
All the residue of my estate not named in the previous premises, after paying all my just debts and funeral charges, I give or loan as hereafter explained. To my beloved wife Martha and my three children by her, Viz., Sarah B. Coakley, Henderson L. Daniel, and Thomas P. Daniel, to be divided in the following manner, first I leave to my wife during her natural life and widowhood for the mutual benefit and interest of herself and her aforesaid three youngest children the following property and effects. The tract of Land whereon I live, three Negroes Viz., Novel, Harriett and her child John, with any and all of her increase after this time, two horses her choice, three cows and calves and two younger cattle her choice, three sows and pigs and as many young hogs as will be sufficient with common luck to make a sufficiency of pork for her family. The second year my stock of sheep, my oxen and cart, my stock of fowls and bees, my grind stone, all my kitchen furniture, dairy furniture, cupboard and furniture, my household furniture except the following Viz., one good bed complete with furnished, my china press, clock, desk, a small walnut table and a small cabinet, my carpenter tools, two plows complete with gear, two other plow-hoes, two grubbing hoes, two weeding hoes, two axes her choice from what I have, I leave her my log chain and two iron wedges, one sythe and cradle, all my riding saddles and two bridles, my loom and weaving utensils, wheat grainer and cotton seed box, my one bladed straw cutter, my sheep shears, shotgun, flax hatchel, all of my --- and as many of my books as she desires, all of my cooper ware, money scales and weights and what medicine I have on hand, two hundred pounds seed cotton, all my flax and wool, all the yarn and cloth on hand after clothing the family as usual, all the old lard and soap on hand, for her first years provision, I give her one thousand pounds of pork, and of all from it, forty barrels corn, as much oats fodder and shucks as will feed her stock the first year, eight bushels of said wheat, twenty bushels of wheat for bread if on hand, as much shoe leather as will shoe her and her family, one year, or the value of it, if it is not on hand, one linen wheel, one cotton wheel, the cards on hand, the young hogs, shoe leather and forage above mentioned, to be set apart to her by men chosen, one by her and one by my Executor. I also leave her twenty dollars to provide such articles as are not named above to her use. The residue of my property to be sold and divided between my three youngest children Viz., Sarah B. Coakley, Henderson L. Daniel and Thomas P. Daniel in the following manner to wit, having advanced to Henderson L. Daniel one hundred dollars, to Thomas P. Daniel thirty dollars, and I have also loaned to my daughter Sarah B. Coakley seventy dollars, Thomas P. Daniel to receive as a gift seventy dollars and Sarah B. Coakley to receive thirty dollars as a loan and the residue if any to be divided equally between the three to Henderson and Thomas as gifts and to Sarah as a loan, to effect this my Executor will sell on nine or twelve months all the property not willed and an exception between the brackets after the word exception taking bond and good security for the same until due them to place at interest until they the legatees or such part of them as one not of lawful age shall become then to be paid over to them according to the previous provision.
All the property heretofore loaned to my wife if she should marry is to be divided between her and her three aforesaid youngest children in the following manner. She is to have one third of the land to be cut off to her agreeable to the mode prescribed by law for laying off Widow dowries, and under the same restrictions during her natural life and one forth part of the personal property forever, the ballance to be equally divided between my three children Sarah B. Coakley, Henderson L. Daniel and Thomas P. Daniel, to Henderson and Thomas as gifts, and to Sarah B. Coakley and her legitimate children as a loan. In case my wife should not marry, at her death, all the property to be divided between Sarah B. Coakley, Henderson L. Daniel and Thomas P. Daniel share and share alike, to Henderson and Thomas and their heirs and assigns as gifts, to Sarah B. Coakley as a loan for the benefit of her and her children. I hereby my friend Mark A Tate my Executor to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 7th day of September A.D. 1850
WitZadok Daniel Seal
V R Jones
John P. Thomas
Wake County Court Novr. term 1850
The foregoing will Zadock Daniel Decd. was exhibited in open court and the Executor there of duly proven by the oath of the subscribing witnesses hereto and ordered to be recorded.
James T. Marriott CCC
Hard Copy on file
Elizabeth Ann Lewis b: 20 MAR 1777 in Warren County, North Carolina
24 JUL 1792
in Granville County, North Carolina
- Marriage Ending Status: Death of one spouse
Zadock Daniel found in:
Marriage Index: KY, NC, TN, VA, WV 1728-1850
Spouse: Elizabeth Lewis
Marriage Date: Jul 24, 1792
Location: Granville Co., North Carolina
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Marriages of GRANVILLE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA 1752-1868 Brent H. Holcomb pg 83
Daniel, Zadock & Elizabeth Lewis, 24 July 1792; Step. Sneed, bm; W. Norwood, wit.
- William Bullock Daniel b: 26 JUL 1802 in Warren County, North Carolina
- Dudley Digges Daniel b: 1 JUN 1804 in Warren County, North Carolina