Name: Daniel DELOZIER Sr
Given Name: Daniel
Birth: ABT 1750 in Charles Co, Md
Death: 26 Dec 1818 in Cambria Co, Pa
Burial: Loretto, Allegheny, Cambria Co, Pa
Reference Number: 64
Change Date: 29 Jan 2000 at 14:52:35
WORKING ON THE PREMISE THAT DANIEL DELOZIER IS THE SON OF JOHN DELOZIER AND CHARITY CLEMENTS --- THIS HAS NOT YET BEEN PROVEN
Children's names, their spouses names from the will of Daniel Sr.
FREDERICK CO. MARYLAND
1772 - Aug 25, 1772. Deed in Frederick County, Md. between Daniel and George Church. Lib P folio 312 [Daniel is about 22 years old.]
Est 1774 - Daniel marries Ann Elder who lives in Frederick Co., Md.
1776 - Son Ignatius born in Frederick Co, Md.
1776 - Washington County formed from Frederick Co., Md
1778 - Daniel Delozier and Patrick Monney were witness to the will of Edward Swany dated Jan 6, 1778, in Frederick County Md. from WESTERN MARYLAND GENEALOGY VOL 5 NO 3 July 1989 pg 136.
1784 - Oct 22, 1784. Deeds in Frederick Co. Md from James Weddle_urfe (Lib 5 folio 198) and Joseph Willson (Lib 5 folio 200)
1784 - Frederick County Md. resurvey of "Escape" 115 acres part., Daniel Deleser, from HISTORY OF WESTERN MARYLAND VOL 1 pg 375.
1785 - Daniel Delosier; 1785; The resurvey on Escape; 115 ac; IC#A 584 from FREDERICK COUNTY LAND PATENTS 1749-1800
1785 - Daniel Delozier and Patrick Mowney were witnesses in Frederick County Md. to Richard Elder's will written 13 Aug 1785 and proved 18 June 1790. Pheobe is mentioned as Richard's wife.
1787 - Daniel Delozier and Patrick Money were jurors at the coroner's inquest of the death of George Harbough Sr. February 1787, from WESTERN MARYLAND GENEALOGY VOL 1 NO 2 APRIL 1985 pg 86 "Coroner's Inquests 1778-1789 Frederick County Md. Folder 40298-15".
1790 - census in Frederick County Md., (nine children)
2 males > 16 (Ignatius & Daniel Jr. born 1774 - 1790)
1 male 16 + (Daniel Sr. born before 1774)
8 females (wife & daus, Susan, Ruth 1774, Clotilda, Mary, Nancy, Elizabeth, Monica 1785)
1792 - Jan 30, 1792. Deed in Frederick Co., Md from James Wignell (Lib 10 folio 440)
1795 - Frederick County Md., resurvey of "March Weather" 211 acres part. Daniel Delosier from HISTORY OF WESTERN MARYLAND VOL 1 pg 377.
1795 - May 9, 1795. Deed in Frederick Co. Md, to John Huss (Lib 13 folio 248)
1795 - May 13, 1795 "Brother's Agreement" conveyed from John Simms in Frederick Co. Md, from THE MARYLAND SEMMES AND KINDRED FAMILIES pg 35 [note: area is now in Tannytown]
1795 - July 17, 1795. Deed in Frederick Co. Md, from John Simms (Lib 13 folio 403)
1797 - Present at the Committee's chosen by several Hundrens of Frederick County at the house of John Cookerly: Upper Catoctin: DANIEL DELOZIER, Peter Zellinger from Maryland Gazette, and Frederick-Town Weekly Advertiser, whose name changed to Federal Gazette or the Frederick-Town and County, Weekly Advertiser
1798 - Tax Assessment, District 8, Frederick County, Md. "Delozier, Daniel, MARCH WEATHER - 107 ac., Resurvey theron clear of Elder survey- 90 ac., River of Rocks -190 ac., about 150 ac. of timber blown down by a dreadful storm last summer; 387 ac." 194.0.
1800 - Daughter Susan married Joseph Barkley in MD
1800 - Jan 18, 1800. Deed in Frederick Co, Md. from Edward Parker (Lib 19 folio 262)
1800 - census Frederick County, Md Emmits Burg. Dist #4: Daniel Deletious
1 male 10-16 (Daniel Jr. - 1784-1790 - went to Pa)
1 male 16-26 (Ignatius - 1774-1784 - stayed in Md)
1 male 45 + (Daniel Sr. born before 1755)
4 females 0-10 (Elizabeth, Charity, Anastasia, Hellena) 1790-1800)
1 female 10-16 (Monica - 1784-1790)
3 females 16-26 (Ruth, Clotilda, Mary - 1774-1784)
1 female 45+ (Ann born before 1755)
1801 - Feb 6, 1801. Deed in Frederick Co, Md from Edward Parker (Lib 20 folio)
1804 - Land record WR-26; Daniel and Ann Delozier of Fredrick County Md sold "part of a tract of land called "March Weather" for "$80. current money to him in hand"...in the middle of the divisional line between the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania...This property sold to Patrick Mowrey on 2 April 1804 and recorded on 11 Aug 1804. Have copy of land record.
1804 - After Oct, his wife Ann inherited 13 acres of land "which lies between the road and John Harris's land" from her father William Elder Jr.
1804/05 - MOVED TO PENNSYLVANIA with family, except Ignatius and Susanah Delozier Barkley
1805 - Son Ignatius married Susan Nichols on Oct 29, 1805 in Washington County, Md.
1805 - Son Daniel Jr. married Eliza Burgoon in Cambria Co. Pa.
c1805 - Daughter Ruth married Jacob Glass in Pa
1805-15 - Tax List in Cambria County Pa, from CATHOLIC TRAILS WEST VOL 2
1808 - PA Quarter Sessions Cambria County, Docket 1 page 19 September Sessions 1808. Pennsylvania vs Peter Burgoon and James L. McGuire. Indictment as Supervisors.
True Bill. William O'Keefe Foreman. James McGeehan Tent in $50, Daniel Delozier Sr. Tent in $50, John Weakland Tent in $50, John Glass Tent in $50,conditioned for their appearance at the nextCourt of Quarter Sessions to testify for the Commonwealth in the above Indictment. Defendants plead non cul (Not Guilty) (--?--?--) hoc Atty Gen'l Simileter Issue.
1810 - Pascal Communion in Cambria County Pa, from CATHOLIC TRAILS WEST VOL 2
1810 - Census in Cambria County, Pa, Allegheny Twp
1 male 45+ (Daniel Sr born before 1765)
1 female 10-16 (Hellenda born between 1794-1800)
1 female 16-26 (born between 1784-1794)
1 female 26-45 (born between 1765-1784)
1 female 45+ (Ann born before 1765)
1811 - Pascal Confession in Cambria County, Pa., from CATHOLIC TRAILS WEST VOL 2. Parents names shown in this book is probably an error because Daniel's wife was Ann Elder and the information shown by Daniel Sr.'s name is about Daniel Jr.
1812 - Daughter Charity married John McGraw on April 26, 1812 in Loretto, Cambria Co., Md. From CATHOLIC TRAILS WEST VOL 2
1814 - Daughter Anastasia married Richard Burgoon on May 16, 1814 in Loretto, Cambria Co., Md. From CATHOLIC TRAILS WEST VOL 2
1815 - Made will on March 28, 1815. "In the name of God Amen, I Daniel Delozier of Allegany township, Cambria county and state of Pennsyvania, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory,... do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in the manner following...Viz; first all my lawfull debts I desire to be paid by my executors, then I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Ann, the plantation wheron I now live, with all the farming utentials, household and kitchen furniture during her natural life. Also, I give and bequeath unto my said beloved wife Ann, the sun of one hundred dollars a year so long as she lives, to be paid to her yearly, and every year. I do also allow the above described plantation to be sold at any time during my said wife's lifetime, if she so concents and agrees, and the plantation, purchased by me of Philip Cooper, wheron my son Daniel Delozier now lives I desire to be sold by my executors, at their discretion after my death and I desire, that whenever the above described plantation, or either of them is sold, that my executors shall deed the same to the purchasors thereof and that such deeds be considered good and effectual in law as if executed by my heirs.
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Susanah Barkly the sum of one dollar,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Ruth Glass the sum of one dollar,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Clotelde Weaver the sum of 41 dollars,
I give and bequeath unto my son Ignatius Delozier the sum of one dollar,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Logan the sun of one dollar,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Delozier the sum of 101 dollar
I give and bequeath unto my son Daniel Delozier the sum of one dollar,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Monica Delozier the sum of 101 dollars,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Charity McGraw the sum of 61 dollars,
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Annistatia Burgoon the sum of 101 dollar
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Linny Delozier the sum of 101 dollars.
I give and bequeath unto the Rev. Demetrius A. Galitzen or his sucessor, the sum of 50 dollars (toward building a Church at Loretto) also I give and bequeath unto the said D.A. Galitzen or his sucessor the sum of 20 dollars for Masses at his discretion. And it is my will and desire that the residue of my estate shall be equally divided, to all and each of my aforesaid children, at the discretion of my executors. And I do hereby constitute and appoint my well beloved wife and Jacob Glass Jr. the sole executors of this my last will and testament...in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty eight day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen.
1818 - Died in Cambria County Pa on Dec. 26, 1818 and buried in Loretto.
Father: John DELOZIER b: 1709 in Md
Mother: Charity CLEMENTS b: 1721
Ann ELDER b: 4 Oct 1751 in Emmitsburg, Frederick Co, Md
in Frederick Co, Md
- Susannah DELOZIER b: 1774/1784 in Frederick Co, Md
- Ruth DELOZIER b: 1774 in Frederick Co, Md
- Clotilda DELOZIER b: 1774/1784 in Frederick Co, Md
- Ignatius "Nace" DELOZIER b: 4 Feb 1776 in Frederick Co, Md
- Mary DELOZIER b: ABT 1778 in Frederick Co, Md
- Nancy DELOZIER b: ABT 1782 in Frederick Co, Md
- Elizabeth DELOZIER b: ABT 1783 in Frederick Co, Md
- Monica DELOZIER b: 8 Jan 1785 in South Mountain, Frederick Co, Md
- Daniel DELOZIER Jr b: 1786 in Frederick Co, Md
- Charity DELOZIER b: ABT 1790 in Frederick Co, Md
- Anastasia DELOZIER b: 1791 in Frederick Co, Md
- Hellena DELOZIER b: 1800 in Frederick Co, Md