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  • ID: I103554
  • Name: Marmaduke Daniel
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1709 in Charleston, SC
  • Note:
    BRUNSWICK CO., VA
    Marmaduke DANIEL of Brunswick Co to Allen LOVE of same. 28 Jul 1760 . L65 VA. 300 acres on the north side of Poplar Creek (which was part of 2 patents: 1 to Hugh DANIEL 13 Mar 1743; 1 to Marmaduke DANIEL 19 May 1757, joining Henry NICHOLAS, Plumbtree Branch, Willaughby FANN, Michael YOUNG, Edward CHAMPIAN (sic) TRAVIS, Richd BURNITT; but excepting 12 feet square 'for a Burrying place where the Father of the sad (sic) Marmaduke is Interred
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    Descendants of Immigrant Daniel



    Third Generation

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    7. Marmaduke DANIEL was born in 1731-1736 in Brunswick Co., VA.


    General Notes: There is an argument to be made that Marmaduke Daniel was actually the son of Hugh Daniel (1703-1772). This position may be implied from the following record: "Marmaduke DANIEL of Brunswick Co to Allen LOVE of same. 28 Jul 1760 . L65 VA. 300 acres on the north side of Poplar Creek (which was part of 2 patents: 1 to Hugh DANIEL 13 Mar 1743; 1 to Marmaduke DANIEL 19 May 1757, joining Henry NICHOLAS, Plumbtree Branch, Willaughby FANN, Michael YOUNG, Edward CHAMPIAN (sic) TRAVIS, Richd BURNITT; but excepting 12 feet square 'for a Burrying place where the Father of the sad (sic) Marmaduke is Interred.

    The implication being that the Hugh mentioned above was the father of Marmaduke. This idea in not without merit and is certainly plausible and will receive additional study and research.

    It has been suggested that Marmaduke and his family moved to N. C. after the Revolution but the records keep him in Brunswick County as late as 1767. ["William, the youngest son of Richard and Hanna, was born 22 March 1740 and died 1812 in Chatham County, NC, where he moved in 1771. Although the parents had moved to Brunswick County, the son's birth was recorded in Bristol Parish, Prince George p 332 Chamberlayne. He is probably the William who in 1767* sold beds, furniture, cows, hogs, guns, etc. to Marmaduke Daniel, Brunswick County Deed Book 9, p.21."]

    There are two Marmadukes listed in Chatham County, NC in 1779. If Marmaduke indeed moved from Brunswick County, Va., to Chatham Co., N. C., dates would suggest the move took place between 1767* and 1771 and Marmaduke Sr., would be about 48 and Marmaduke Jr., would be about 25 years of age.

    Virginia Land Grants, (were these land grants a result of military duty?rd), Brunswick Co., 19 May 1757 Marmaduke Daniel. In 1750, John, Peter, William & wife Sarah, Joshua, Isham, Marmaduke, wife Sarah, and Randall were in Brunswick Co., Va. (Compiler's Note: If Marmaduke was of age in 1757 @ 21, his probable date of birth would be 1736, or 1729 if he was of age in 1750) [age:19)

    19 May 1757 Marmaduke Daniel, Brunswick County, 843 acres beginning at

    Carrills corner on Little Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 33,

    1756-1761 (v.1, 2, 3 & 4 p.1-1095), p. 358 (Reel 31-32).

    Records and notes from Audrey Pool:

    "Marmaduke DANNIEL of Brunswick Co to William JEAN of same. 27 Sep 1757. L15 VA. 100 acres, joining Popler Creek. Witnesses omitted. Proved 27 Sep 1757. Sarah the wife of Marmaduke DANNIEL relinquished her right of dower. Archd WAGER CC."

    "Marmaduke DANNIEL of Brunswick Co to Samuel WIGGINS of same. 27 Sep 1757. L10 VA. 150 acres, joining Williby FAN, TRAVIS, HOWIL, Little Creek. Witnesses omitted. Proved 27 Sep 1757. L10 VA. Sarah the wife of Marmaduke DANNIEL relinquished her right of dower. Archd. WAGER CC"

    "Marmaduke DANIEL of Maherrin Parish in Brunswick Co to Williby FANN of Brunswick Co. 25 Jun 1757. L15 VA. 200 acres which was part of a survey belonging to sd Marmaduke DANNIEL, on the north side of Roanoak River in Maherrin Parish, joining a little creek. Witnesses omitted. Proved 27 Sep 1757. Sarah the wife of Marmaduke DANNIEL relinquished her right of dower."

    19 May 1757 Marmaduke Daniel, Brunswick County, 843 acres beginning at Carrills corner on Little Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 33, 1756-1761 (v.1, 2, 3 & 4 p.1-1095), p. 358 (Reel 31-32).

    "Marmaduke DANIEL & his wife of Brunswick Co to Edward Champion* TRAVIS, Gent of James City Co. 28 Mar 1758. L41. 206 acres which was part of a 843 acre patent to sd Marmaduke DANIEL 19 May last past. Witnesses omitted. Proved 28 Mar 1758. Archd WAGER CC"

    [Note from Audrey: The Edward CHAMPION family is from very early Surry and Isle of Wight Counties, VA. Because of this I went to Isle of Wight and found earlier wills of the DANIEL family and will follow up with them soon. Surry, I.O.W., Prince George, Brunswick, etc., all were the same at one time.]

    "Richard (x) LEADBETTER* of Brunswick Co to Marmaduke DANIEL of same. 30 Jun 1759. L40 VA. 214 acres on both sides of White Oak Swamp, joining Henry LEDBETTER, George WALLTON, Burrel CATO, the old line. Also signed by Honour (x) LEDBETTER. Wit: William LEDBETTER, Robert PROCTOR, John WALLTON, George WALLTON. Proved 25 Jun 1759. Archd. WAGER CC" *Note the DANIEL/LEADBETTER connection again. (aep=Audrey Ellen Pool)

    "Samuel (x) WIGGEN of Brunswick Co to Michael YOUNG, Jr of same. 25 Apr 1760. L16 VA. 150 acres which was part of patent to Marmaduke DANIEL 19 May 1757, joining Little Creek, James HARWILL (HARWELL). Wit: Allen LOVE, Randall BRACEY, Thomas SINGLETON. Proved 28 Apr 1760. John ROBINSON."

    [Note from Audrey: The BRACEY/BRACIE/BRESSIE and ROBINSON families were from Elizabeth City County, VA, (Now Hampton City, VA) The Tidewater, very early.]

    "Marmaduke DANIEL of Brunswick Co to Allen LOVE of same. 28 Jul 1760. L65 VA. 300 acres on the north side of Poplar Creek (which was part of 2 patents: 1 to Hugh DANIEL 13 Mar 1743; 1 to Marmaduke DANIEL 19 May 1757, joining Henry NICHOLAS, Plumbtree Branch, Willaughby FANN, Michael YOUNG, Edward CHAMPIAN (sic) TRAVIS, Richd BURNITT; but excepting 12 feet square 'for a Burrying place where the Father of the sad (sic) Marmaduke is Interred.' (interesting record-aep)

    Witnesses omitted. Proved 28 Jul 1760. On 25 Oct 1762 Sarah the wife of sd DANIEL relinquished her right of dower. John ROBINSON CC"

    Indenture made the 25th day of April, 1760, between Samuel WIGGEN and Michal YOUNG, Junior, for 16 pounds, conveying 150 acres, adjoining Little Creek and land of James HARWILL, and being same land granted to Marmaduke Daniel on May 19, 1757. Witnesses were Allen LOVE, Randall BRACEY, and Thomas SINGLETON. Indenture proved by the oaths of the witnesses in Court on April 28, 1760. Deed Book 6, page 505.

    Indenture made the 28th day of July, 1760, between Marmaduke DANIEL and Allen LOVE, for 65 pounds, conveying 300 acres on North side of Poplar Creek, adjoining lands of Henry NICHOLAS, Willaughby FANN, Michael YOUNG, Edward Champian TRAVIS, Plumbtree Branch, and Richd. BURNETT, and being part of two patents, one granted to Hugh DANIEL on March 13, 1743, and the other granted to Marmaduke DANIEL on May 19, 1757. Names of witnesses not given. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged by Marmaduke DANIEL and on the 25th day of October, 1760, Sarah, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 6, page 550.

    "Nathaniel JOHNSON of Brunswick Co to Owen MYRICK of same. 23 Mar 1761. L5 VA. 90 acres which was part of a patent to Benjamin PENNINGTON 3 Mar 1760, joining Little Rattle Snake Creek, Owen MYRICK, John COCKSEY, John LEDBETTER. Wit: Marmeduke (sic) DANIEL, John FLETCHER, Isaac MARSHALL. Proved 23 Mar 1761. John ROBINSON CC"

    CC = Chain Carrier

    Indenture made the 26th day of April, 1762, between Marmaduke Daniel and Flood and Robert Nicolson, orphans of children of John Nicolson, deceased, of Sussex County, for 25 pounds paid by the said John Nicolson before his deceased, conveying 200 acres on Poplar Creek, adjoining land of Daniel Carrel and Plum Tree Branch. Witnesses were Henry Nicolson, Marcus Rowlings, and George Wallton. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on July 2 , 1762, by Marmaduke Daniel. Deed Book 7, Page 146.

    [Note from Audrey: Asa HOLLOWAY was one of the administrators of Owen MYRICK's estate, and William POOLE and Adam TAPLEY were securities for the estate of James FLETCHER, 1733, of the FLETCHER family above.

    William POOLE m. Elizabeth TAPLEY, John POOL m. Mahulda HOLLOWAY and one of their grandsons was James Fletcher POOL. The PENNINGTON family intermarried with the POOLE family in GA.]

    "Marmeduke DANIEL of Brunswick Co to Flook & Robert NICHOLSON, orphans of John NICHOLSON dec'd of Sussex Co. 26 Apr 1762. L25 VA. 200 acres, joining Daniel CARREL, the head of Plum Tree Branch; sd transaction done at the instigation of the executors of sd John NICHOLSON dec'd. Wit: Henry NICHOLSON, Marcus ROWLINGS, George WALTON. Proved 26 Jul 1762. John ROBINSON CC"

    Source for the above: Deed Book 6, Brunswick County, VA.

    "Account of the sale of the estate of William JOHNSON dec'd in Brunswick Co. Buyers:

    Jacob ADAMS, Benjamin ANDRUS, Thomas ALIN (sic), Thomas ALLAN (sic), David BLALOCK, Benjamin BRETT, *MARMADUKE DANIEL, George WALTON, James UPCHURCH, Samuel WIGGINS, Jacob WOOLSEY/WOOLEY, John WOLTON/WALTON, Mychal YOUNG, Joseph YARBROUGH, Edward TAYLOR, John TOMLINSON, Milliton SIMMS, Henry NICHOLSON, John NEVERSON, Elias MORGIN, Charles LEDBETTER*, Thomas HOUSE, William HUDSON, Peter JACKSON, John JOHNSON, Nathaniel JOHNSON, William JOHNSON, William GWALTNEY, Robert GWALTNEY, Richard GWALTNEY.

    Debts owed to the estate:

    William CHAPMAN, William GWALTNEY, David KILEY, Jessey TATUM, George YARBROUGH.

    Audited by: John JONES, William EDWARDS, Benjamin CHAPMAN."

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    More from BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA - DEEDS (BOOK 6)

    Indenture made the 13th day of June, 1759, between Richard LEDBETTER and Marmaduke DANIEL, for 40 pounds, conveying 214 acres, adjoining lands of Henry LEDBETTER, George WALTON, and Burrel CATO. Witnesses were William Ledbetter, Robert PROCTER, John WALLTON, and Geo. WALLTON. Signed by Richard LEDBETTER (his mark) and Honour LEDBETTER (her mark). Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were proved in Court on June 25, 1759, by the oaths of William LEDBETTER, John WALLTON, and Geo. WALLTON. Deed Book 6, page 362.

    Indenture made the 16th day of July, 1760, between Elizabeth HARWELL of Southampton County, and John WILLIAMSON, conveying all of her right of dower in land which John HARWELL, her dead husband sold in his lifetime. Witnesses were Joel THREEWITS, Charles WILLIAMSON, and Jemima THREEWITS. Signed by Elizabeth HARWELL (her mark). Indenture proved by the oaths of the witnesses in Court on July 28, 1760. Deed Book 6, page 535.

    Indenture made the 28th day of July, 1760, between Marmaduke DANIEL and Allen LOVE, for 65 pounds, conveying 300 acres on North side of Poplar Creek, adjoining lands of Henry NICHOLAS, Willaughby FANN, Michael YOUNG, Edward Champian TRAVIS, Plumbtree Branch, and Richd. BURNETT, and being part of two patents, one granted to Hugh DANIEL on March 13, 1743, and the other granted to Marmaduke DANIEL on May 19, 1757. Names of witnesses not given. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged by Marmaduke DANIEL and on the 25th day of October, 1760, Sarah, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 6, page 550.

    A Marmaduke was listed in Chatham County, NC from 1771-1787, and a Marmaduke with a Marmaduke Jr., listed together in 1779. There is also a Sarah and Sarah Jr., listed with them. [We find a Marmaduke with many deed entries in Chatham, NC beginning 1771 - 1787.] - In 1771 M.D. Daniel is a witness to a deed transaction in Chatham, NC. ("There is a document that references an Estate for a Marmaduke Daniel in Chatham County at about 1802 and that may indicate that he died in about 1802." Randy Daniel)

    Marmaduke married SARAH ______________ before 1754.


    Children from this marriage were:

    19 M i. Marmaduke DANIEL was born before 1754.


    In the 1800 census for Chatham a Marmaduke is listed with two males: 16-25, 45 and over. So, this Marmaduke listed in the census would be born bef: 1754 with a son born between 1775-1784.

    A Marmaduke was listed in Chatham County, NC from 1771-1787, and a Marmaduke with a Marmaduke Jr., listed together in 1779. There is also a Sarah and Sarah Jr., listed with them.

    Chatham, NC was formed from Orange, NC in 1770/71. Brunswick, VA is just north of Orange/Chatham, NC.

    If this Marmaduke Daniel moved to North Carolina after the Revolutionary war, as speculated by William Mc.Pritchett, the following would predate that move and may be another Marmaduke entirely? The names Marmaduke Daniel, Isham, and Hugh Daniel appear in Chatham Co. NC in the late 1700s suggesting a link to those same names in VA.

    A note about Marmaduke from the papers of Dr. Pritchett: "Marmaduke had a large family and ran a school in his home to educate his children. This happened in the 1760's & 70's. His family seems to have all moved South or West. It appears that Marmaduke Daniel moved to North Carolina with his family after the Revolutionary War." (this will need some checking to see if the above Marmaduke is a correct assignment)

    The following website gives names for the 1772 militia lists for Chatham County, North Carolina: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncchatha/militia.htm It includes several Daniel entries (and a James McDaniel). It's a long list so I'm adding approximate locations. Ison Daniel is under "A list of the company Commanded by Captain Elisha Cain in 1772 - List No. 5" (about 1/4 of the way down the page)
    Marmaduke Daniel, Hugh Daniel, Richard Daniel, and Gillum Daniel are under "A Role of Captain Isaiah Hogan, at a Sd? Muster, September 19th, 1772 - List No. 3" (about 4/5ths of the way down) After the Revolutionary War many Chatham Co. families migrated to Georgia and Tennessee. If you had a family in the county this is also useful in finding some of associates such as cousins, neighbors, in-laws. There is no index, but you can search using "edit/find in page". Ken Daniell 05/27/01 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following is entered as information that may relate to Marmaduke Daniel, born 1754. It is doubtful that his father, born in 1736 was a hireling in the Cherokee Nation, and it is doubtful that the Marmaduke who married the Cherokee Nannie Still would fit this scenario? If this Marmaduke is about the age of 40 in 1797, it would be about the right time for him to move on from Chatham to Cherokee County, NC. But, Marmaduke Daniel born about 1783, the son of John Daniel and Mary Keen may be this Marmaduke?

    From Randy Daniel 05/16/02 CHEROKEE 1

    Addressee: His Excellency Governor Sevier Persons Residing in the Cherokee Country, not natives of the land 1797.

    11 March 1797

    Knoxville Sir, My instructions from the Honorable the Secretary of War require that I report to you the names of all persons residing in the Cherokee country not natives of the land. For this purpose I have collected the following schedule of their names and employment which I am induced to believe is tolerably accurate.

    Names Nation Employment Ellis Harlin Trader, licensed 18th January for 2 years Marmaduke Daniels Licensed hireling to Harlan

    The blanks in the second column are either Americans or unknown. Those whose characters are noted in the third column I have represented according to the best information I have been able to receive. I am very respectfully,


    Sir, your most obedient, Silas Dinsmoor

    Marmaduke married Sarah II ______________ .

    20 M ii. Gilliam DANIEL was born before 1754.


    + 21 M iii. Richard DANIEL was born in 1750-1760.


    + 22 M iv. J. B. (John) DANIEL was born in 1760.


    23 M v. Hugh DANIEL .


    24 F vi. Barthenia DANIEL .


    25 F vii. Rebecca DANIEL .


    Rebecca married Brooks SMITH in 1788 in Washington, TN.

    26 F viii. Sarah DANIEL .


    Sarah married John JONES in 1808 in Washington, TN.

    10. Martha DANIEL was born about 1750 in Brunswick Co., VA. and died in 1793 in Patrick, Co., VA., about age 43.


    General Notes: Notes for MARTHA DANIEL:

    Aside from family lore that Edward Tatum's wife Martha "was a Daniel," the speculation that she was the daughter of John Daniel, Sr. rests on a 1781 deed: John Daniel, Sr. to his daughter Mary Daniel.... house hold goods and 500 pds. cash after his decease and "the decease of her mother Sarah Daniel." Edward Tatum and Martha Tatum are the witnesses. It is thought that this is the same John Daniel, Sr. (wife Elizabeth) who sold land in Brunswick County in 1760; that Elizabeth died and he married Sarah and had a daughter Mary. (See records below- -it could be that this is the Sarah Daniel mentioned in the 1781 will of Frances Brown). The 1781 deed assures Mary of an interest in his estate.

    It is also thought that Martha Daniel Tatum d. between 1793 (the date of birth of the last child) and 1798 (when Edward Tatum sells land in Patrick County (formerly Henry Co) and there is no relinquishment of dower rights). Edward leaves Patrick County about 1802 and we think Mary Daniel, Martha's presumed half-sister, accompanied him. We find records of them in Franklin Co, GA: 14 Dec 1808--Mary C. Daniel of Franklin Co, GA to "trusty friend Edward Tatum of county and state aforesaid" power of attorney to give deed to purchaser of 202 1/2 acres drawn by me in 7 District Wilkinson Co, GA [Franklin Co, GA Deed Bk RRR, 67, 68]. Edward moved to Lincoln Co, TN about 1810, then to Jefferson Co, AL in 1819. Mary Daniel may have stayed in GA and married, although it is possible she lived in Jefferson Co, AL with Edward and his daughter, Martha, in the early 1830s (this from census records and mention of "old Aunt Polly" in an 1829 letter from Edward Tatum to his daughter Susan Baird).

    Ref: Sarashill@aol.com 7/4/00 In 1760, John, Randall, Josuah, Isham, Martha, William and Joseph were in Brunswick Co., Va.

    Martha married Lt. Edward TATUM , son of Jesse TATUM and Elizabeth LNU , in 1772 in Brunswick Co., VA. Edward was born in 1749 in Brunswick Co., VA. and died in Jan 1835. The Tatum Lineup (1) Edward and Martha LNU Tatum, (2) Jesse and Elizabeth Tatum, (3) Edward and Martha Daniel Tatum.


    Children of MARTHA DANIEL and EDWARD TATUM are:
    i. SUSAN TATUM, b. August 06, 1792; m. _________//BAIRD.
    ii. MARTHA TATUM.

    Additionally, two of Edward's sons, Nathaniel and William died in Lincoln Co., TN in 1819.

    Other Information from Sarah Hill a descendant of Edward Tatum:

    "Now, regarding the parish of St. Andrews in Brunswick Co, VA, established in 1720 but not operational until 1732. The first Clerk was my ancestor, Edward Tatum who was the grandfather of the Edward Tatum who married Martha Daniel. The elder Edward was born c. 1700-1705 which made him between 27-32 years of age when he became clerk, a job he held until his death in 1744. His son, Jesse who was born in 1724 (proven), was Edward's father. Jesse became clerk of the parish's Rattlesnake Chappel in 1750, so he would have been 26 years old at that time. I mention this because of Hugh Daniel, who appears in the St. Andrews Parish Vestry records beginning in 1735. I would guess that Hugh was a contemporary of the elder Edward Tatum and thus born c. 1700-1710".


    14. Randall DANIEL was born about 1736 and died in 1801 in Rowan Co., NC, about age 65.


    General Notes: Notes for RANDALL DANIEL:

    Dates of birth for the children of Randall and Lucy Smith were provided by David Teague a descendant of Christian Bodenhamer.

    BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA - DEEDS (BOOK 6)

    Indenture made the 25th day of April, 1758, between Dionysius WRIGHT and Randal DANIEL, for 35 pounds, conveying 538 acres, being patent granted the said WRIGHT, and adjoining the lands of Gleeb, LETT and NOBLE. Witnesses were John DANIEL, Jr., Robert GEE, Jr., and James DANIEL. Indenture proved in Court on July 25, 1758, by the oaths of John WILLIAMS and James DANIEL. Deed Book 6, page 282.

    June 1758, William Stephenson v Randall Daniel. Daniel didn't show, has to be at next court or it goes to jury. Peter Daniel is named as security for this appearance. "There are many entries combining the Daniel names and Tillman, Avery and House names. Randol bought and sold land in Brunswick and in NC. At some time he must have gotten in debt".

    (Crab Louse Run Daniel Land Grants): Indenture made the 23rd day of January, 1759, between Randall DANIEL and Hugh EDWARDS, for 15 pounds, conveying 68 acres on South side of Crab Louse Run on the Great Mire. Court for January 23, 1759. Deed Book 6, page 314. (Crab Louse Run Daniel Land Grants): Indenture made the 8th day of August, 1759, between Randle DANIEL and William HOUSE, for 50 pounds, conveying 538 acres, adjoining lands of Peter DANIEL, Crablouse Creek, Francis LETT, and KIMBLE. Witnesses were William BROWDER, Joseph CANNON, and Hugh EDWARDS (his mark). Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged in Court on March 24, 1760, by Randle DANIEL. Deed Book 6, page 439.

    Indenture made the 24th day of March, 1760, between William HOUSE and William EPPES, Attorney at Law, of the County of Dinwiddie, for 35 pounds, conveying two tract containing in whole 538 acres which land was granted by Patents to one Dionysius WRIGHT and conveyed by the said WRIGHT to Randal DANIEL, one tract containing 400 acres, adjoining lands of Peter DANIEL, Crablouse Creek, Francis LETT, and KIMBLE. The other tract containing 138 acres, adjoining the 400 acre tract, the Glebe line and land of LETT. Names of witnesses were not given. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged in Court on March 24, 1760, by William HOUSE. Deed Book 6, page 440.

    Brunswick Co., Deed Book, Peter and Sarah Daniel, Signed Peter Daniel, Sarah Daniel; Wit. Randall Daniel.

    Deed Book, Brunswick Co., Va., James(x)Lanier to Randol Daniel, 28 Jun 1784, Wit. Buckner Daniel. Also mentions the name of George Tatum.

    Deed Book, Brunswick Co., James Lanier, eldest son of Shepard Lanier, 22 Nov. 1784, mentions wife Lucy Lanier Daniel.

    1790 Halifax County, NC Census - Daniel, Randol..................................4-4-4-0-7

    The following list is shown in: From "Rowan County, NC Tax Lists 1757-1800 Annotated Transcriptions" by Jo White Linn:

    1798 Capt. Harmon's Comp. (now Davidson County, probably Northern)
    Daniel, Sion 1 WP
    Daniel, Elisha 130 A, 1 WP
    Daniel, Paul 1 WP
    Daniel, Buckner 141 A, 1 WP
    Daniel, John 1 WP
    Daniel, Randall 250 A, 1 WP, for Wm Edwards of Halifax County 150 A

    More About RANDALL DANIEL: Census: 1800, Rowan Co., NC - 1800 Rowan Co., NC Census: Note that Peter Daniel is not in this census?

    372 Bucknor Daniel 30010-11210-00 372 Elisha Daniel 20100-10100-00 372 John Daniel 20010-10010-00 372 Randle Daniel 01101-02301-04 372 Selar Daniel 20010-00100-00 372 Winny Daniel 00100-00201-00 372 Lyon Daniels 31010-00010-00

    Randall married Elizabeth AVERY , daughter of John AVERY and Mary TILLMAN , about 1762. Elizabeth was born in 1742 in Brunswick Co., VA. and died before 1771 in Brunswick Co., VA.


    Children from this marriage were:

    29 M i. Randol DANIEL .


    General Notes: Rowan Co, NC - 1820 Census. Buckner Daniel Randol Daniel (If Randol Sr. died, 1801 - 1805, this could be be his son. He is with other
    children of Randol) Peter Daniel Hugh Delapp (married Lucy Daniel)

    Compiler's Note: It is possible that Taply (Tarpley) Daniel, was the son of Randall Jr.? Taply was in TN 1832-1840 and then in Greene Co., Mo with Cuthbert Daniel the brother of Randall Sr.? I would also suspect that one Tillman R. Daniel, born about 1790, would also be a son of Randall Jr.? (All circumstantial and needing further development)

    Randall married Lucy "Smith" LANIER about 1772. Lucy was born in 1741-1746 in Brunswick Co., VA., died on 21 Jul 1827 in Rowan Co., NC, at age 86, and was buried between 21 Jul 1827-1829 in Rowan Co., NC.

    General Notes:

    Lucy was the daughter of Cuthbert Smith and Elizabeth Chamberlain. Lucy was still married to Shepherd Lanier around 1770 indicating she was Randall's second wife since she had her oldest daughter, Nancy, by Randall in June 1773.

    One source list her date of death as 1829 in Davidson Co., NC.

    Other view as stated by Cindy Torres Owens 02/25/02 - "I don't believe Lucy Smith was the d/o Elizabeth Chamberlain. She married Cuthbert Smith Jul 23, 1758 in Brunswick & Lucy was older than that as she first married Shepherd Lanier c1762. Cuthbert's first wife was also an Elizabeth as evidenced by the land deeds prior to his marriage to Elizabeth chamberlain:"

    Indenture made 1 August 1745 between Cudbert Smith of Brunswick County and John Langley of same, 5 Shillings, North side of Roanoak River, 180a, for term of one year. Signed Curthbert Smith and Elizabeth Smith. Witnesses: John Burch and Charles King. Court August 1, 1745, Indenture acknowledged by Curthbert Smith. Deed Book 3, Page 48.

    Indenture made 26 March 1751, between Curthbert Smith of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and William Smith of same, 20, 105a, which is part of a larger tract granted to Sterling Clack by letters patent dated 20 September 1748, containing 492a, and by the said Sterling Clack sold and conveyed to the said Curhbert Smith by deed dated 27 June 1749. Signed Curthbert Smith. Wit: Robt. Campbell, James Hicks. Court 26 March 1751, Indenture acknowledged by Curthbert Smith and Elisabeth the wife of the said Curthbert personally
    appeared and relinquished her right of Dower. Deed Book 5, Page 69.

    CindyTorresOwensCindyo@va.prestige.nethttp://www.familytreemaker.com/users/o/w/e/Cindy-L-Owens/index.html



    Children from this marriage were:

    30 F i. Nancy DANIEL was born on 2 Jun 1773 and died on 22 Jun 1843, at age 70.


    Nancy married Jacob BODENHAMER , son of Christian BODENHAMER and Charity BEAMER , on 25 Dec 1811. Jacob was born on 24 Sep 1770 in NJ and died on 7 Apr 1854, at age 83.

    General Notes: Jacob's parents are Christian Bodenhamer, abt. 1725, of Rhine Palatinate, Germany, and Charity Beamer, abt 1735 of Rhine, Germany. Jacob's parents were different from his brother in law, William Bodenhamer, who married Elizabeth Daniel. (Barbara Fanshier/Donald Philips - <bfan@wamego.net>

    2.

    Jacob's parents are Christian Bodenhamer, abt. 1725, of Rhine Palatinate, Germany, and Charity Beamer, abt 1735 of Rhine, Germany. Jacob's parents were different from his brother in law, William Bodenhamer, who married Elizabeth Daniel. (Barbara Fanshier/Donald Philips - <bfan@wamego.net>

    2. Children of Jacob Bodenhamer:

    3 [3] Jacob Beamer Bodenhamer b: 08 June 1813 in Rowan Co., N C d: 25 April 1887 in Davidson Co., NC.+Margaret Bodenhamer b: Abt. 1844 in Davidson Co., NC d: Bef. 1846 in Davidson Co., NC.
    *2nd Wife of [3] Jacob Beamer Bodenhamer: +Delilah Chandler m: Abt. 1867 in Davidson Co., NC.
    *3rd Wife of [3] Jacob Beamer Bodenhamer: +Rachel Cecil b: 1843 m: 1875 in Davidson Co., NC.
    3 [4] Christian Bodenhamer b: 16 November 1816 in Rowan Co., N C d: 12 March 1865 in Davidson Co., NC +Elizabeth Robertson b: 14 June 1816 d: 03 December m: 22 November 1837 in Davidson Co., NC. *2nd Wife of [4] Christian Bodenhamer: +Catherine Stone b: 22 October 1829 d: 27 August 1875 m: Abt. 1852 in Davidson Co., NC.

    + 31 F ii. Lucy DANIEL was born in 1777 in Dinwiddie/Brunswick Co., VA. and died in 1831-1840 in Madison Co., TN., at age 54.


    + 32 F iii. Sarah "Sally" DANIEL was born in 1779 in Rowan Co., NC and died on 20 Oct 1848 in Old Hudsonville, Marshall Co., MS, at age 69.


    33 M iv. Cuthbert DANIEL was born about 1782.


    General Notes: Cuthbert Daniel is in the 1850 Green Co., MI census (bd 1783 VA) along with a Tapley Daniel b. 1795-1800 NC.


    Cuthbert was in Rowan/Davidson Co., NC until 1830, I can't find him in 1840 census & then in 1850 he shows up in Robinson Twp., Greene Co., MO Census. I would be good money he was somewhere in TN in 1840.

    34 F v. Elizabeth DANIEL was born on 4 Mar 1785 and died on 23 Oct 1826, at age 41.





    Father: Robert Daniel b: ABT 1650 in VA
    Mother: Dorothy Chamberlaine

    Marriage 1 continued

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