Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478

Daniell & Ditmore



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Brent A. KRAUSE and Diane Mary DANIELL




Husband Brent A. KRAUSE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Diane Mary DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt William Frank DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1914-1996)
       Mother: Gertrude Adele KUNZE (1919-1998)




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Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. and Leslie Ann GRUBER




Husband Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Donald Leon DANIELL
       Mother: Barbara Jean TRAHAN (1939-2009)


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 Other Spouse: Christy V. SCOTT



Wife Leslie Ann GRUBER (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Travis Keith DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. and Christy V. SCOTT




Husband Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Donald Leon DANIELL
       Mother: Barbara Jean TRAHAN (1939-2009)


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 Other Spouse: Leslie Ann GRUBER

 Other Spouse: Bonnie Leigh BALFAY



Wife Christy V. SCOTT (details suppressed for this person)

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Donald Leon DANIELL and Barbara Jean TRAHAN




Husband Donald Leon DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Leon DANIELL (1909-1997)
       Mother: Rachel Caldonia ASHTON (1913-2003)


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Wife Barbara Jean TRAHAN

         Born: 21 December 1939 - Harris County, Texas
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         Died: 5 October 2009 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried:  - Chandler Memorial Cemetery, Henderson County, Texas


Children
1 M James Darby DANIELL

         Born: 25 September 1958 - Harris County, Texas
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         Died: 25 September 1958 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Cedar Crest Cemetery, Harris County, Texas



2 F Donna Jean DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Floyd Glen FORD (living)


3 F Tammy Renee DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Shawn MALONE (living)


4 M Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Leslie Ann GRUBER (living)
       Spouse: Bonnie Leigh BALFAY (living)
       Spouse: Christy V. SCOTT (living)



General Notes: Wife - Barbara Jean TRAHAN

Barbara Jean Trahan, daughter of Chester Darby Trahan and Verda Mae Kaderli, was born on 21 December 1939 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9M3X-8VHK : accessed 13 Jun 2014), Barbara Jean Trahan, 21 Dec 1939; from "Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997," index and images, Ancestry.com; citing Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, (Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services).]

Barbara Jean Trahan was the wife of Donald Leon Daniell. She is buried in Chandler Memorial Cemetery, Chandler, Henderson County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 42757055 lists her birth on 21 December 1939 in Baytown, Harris County, Texas, and her death on 5 October 2009 in Tyler, Smith County, Texas. The memorial presents this obituary:

A celebration of the life of Barbara Jean Daniell, 69, of Chandler will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Chandler First United Methodist Church with Lance Odom officiating. She will be laid to rest at Chandler Memorial Cemetery under direction of Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler. Barbara went to be with her Lord, with her loving family surrounding her, on Monday, Oct. 5, 2009, in Tyler. She was born Dec. 21, 1939, in Baytown to the late Chester and Verda Mae Trahan. She has lived in the Chandler area for 50 years, was the owner of Barbara's Skin Care Salon and was a member of Chandler First United Methodist Church. Survivors are her husband of 54 years, Don Daniell; a son and daughter-in-law, Donny and Christy Daniell; two daughters and sons-in-law, Donna and Glen Ford, and Tammy and Shawn Malone, all of Chandler; three sisters, Joyce Thomas of Wolfe City, and Darlene Higgenbotham and Wanda Patton, both of Baytown; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Nephews will serve as pallbearers. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Alliance of North East Texas, 211 Winchester Drive, Tyler, 75701. Published in the Tyler Morning Telegraph on 10/6/2009.

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Floyd Glen FORD and Donna Jean DANIELL




Husband Floyd Glen FORD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Donna Jean DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Donald Leon DANIELL
       Mother: Barbara Jean TRAHAN (1939-2009)




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1 F Christi Lyn FORD (details suppressed for this person)

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TEC 3 Louis Thomas KINCER, USA, WW II and Dorothy Dale DANIELL




Husband TEC 3 Louis Thomas KINCER, USA, WW II 4024

         Born: 3 August 1911 - Tarrant County, Texas 4024
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         Died: 4 January 1994 - Lubbock, Texas 4024
       Buried:  - Englewood Cemetery 4024
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Wife Dorothy Dale DANIELL 168,4023

          AKA: Dorothy Dale DANIELS 167
         Born: 24 December 1917 - Wise County, Texas 43,167
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         Died: 28 August 1996 - Lubbock County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Englewood Cemetery 4023


       Father: Charles Edward DANIELL (1884-1964) 167,170
       Mother: Myrtle Lee McCLUNEY (1896-1988) 167,168




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1 M Denny KINSER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Dale KINSER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Kaye KINSER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - TEC 3 Louis Thomas KINCER, USA, WW II

Louis Thomas "Red" KINSER was born in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas and died in Lubbock County, Texas. He married Dorothy Dale DANIELL. They are buried in plot Englewood West, Englewood Cemetery, Slaton, Lubbock County, Texas. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 11008182, maintained by Kathy Nance and created by David Sifford on May 22, 2005:

KINSER
FATHER
LOUIS THOMAS
AUG. 3. JAN. 4,
1911 1995
[Masonic Emblem]

A second marker testifies to Louis' military service:

LOUIS THOMAS KINSER
TEC 3 US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
AUG. 3, 1911 JAN. 4, 1994


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy Dale DANIELL

Dorothy Dale DANIELL was born in Boyd, Wise County, Texas and died Lubbock County, Texas. She married Louis Thomas KINCER. They are buried in plot Englewood West, Englewood Cemetery, Slaton, Lubbock County, Texas. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 11008191, maintained by Kathy Nance and created by David Sifford on May 22, 2005:

KINSER
MOTHER
DOROTHY DALE
DEC. 24, AUG. 28,
1917 1996
[Eastern Star Emblem]

"DOROTHY D KINCER 24 Dec 1917 Aug 1996 (V) 79364 Slaton, Lubbock, TX (none specified) 455-24-4437 Texas" [SSDI]

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Charles Terry EVANS and Edwina DANIELL




Husband Charles Terry EVANS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Edwina DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Byver Lynn DANIELL (1902-1984)
       Mother: Sarah Louise DUNNIGAN (1922-2013)




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1 M Charles Terry EVANS II

         Born: 20 September 1969 - Polk County, Florida
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       Buried:  - Oak Hill Burial Park



2 F Sherrie Michelle EVANS (details suppressed for this person)

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Pvt. Elijha Leroy DANIELL, Jr., USMC and Ruth D. MEADOWS




Husband Pvt. Elijha Leroy DANIELL, Jr., USMC 491,492

          AKA: Elijah Leroy DANIELL Jr.,307 Elijah L. DANIELS 1028
         Born: 16 January 1885 - Pulaski County, Georgia 492
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         Died: 18 March 1937 492
       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery, Bleckley County, Georgia 492


       Father: Elijah Leroy DANIELL (1855-1906) 304,305
       Mother: Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG (1867-1906) 305


     Marriage: 21 December 1918 - Bleckley County, Georgia



Wife Ruth D. MEADOWS 493

          AKA: Dollie R. MEADOWS 490,1587
         Born: 26 October 1892 - Pulaski County, Georgia 490,3266
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         Died: 13 May 1979 - El Paso County, Texas 3266
       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery, Bleckley County, Georgia 3266


       Father: James MEADOWS (1837-      ) 1587
       Mother: Caroline BRYANT (1862-After 1930) 1587




Children
1 M Elijha Leroy DANIELL, USN

          AKA: Elijah Leroy DANIEL 490
         Born: 7 July 1917 - Bleckley County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery
       Spouse: Doris --?-- (living)


2 F Reba D. DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Harry A. DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Cecil DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M PFC Wilmer E. DANIELL, USA, WWII 1027,1028

         Born: 14 February 1927 - Bleckley County, Georgia 1027
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         Died: 17 April 1975 - El Paso County, Texas 1027
       Buried: 21 April 1975 - Fort Bliss National Cemetery 1027
       Spouse: Jacquelyn M. --?-- 1029


6 F Sarah DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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7 F Mary Ruth DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Pvt. Elijha Leroy DANIELL, Jr., USMC

Elijah Leroy DANIELL was born 16 January 1885, a son of Elijah Leroy DANIELL and Sarah Leone ARMSTRONG.

Elijah is also found in records as Elijha DANIELL; in the 1920 census, he is Elisha. His tombstone declares Elijha, as does that of his son and grandson.

In the 1910 U.S. Census, Hawaii, Honolulu County, Fort DeRussy, Private Elijha L. DANIELL, 25, single, a United States Marine, is on active duty at the United States Naval Station, Hawaii. [1910 U.S. Census, Hawaii, Honolulu, Fort DeRussy; Series: T624 Roll: 1754 Page: 220. Note: In Heritage Quest, this Series, Roll, and Page, when searched for by page number brings up a page in the City of Honolulu, enumeration district 42. Both pages appear to have the same page number. A census search for 1910 + Daniell + Hawaii will return his name.]

Before 1917, he married Ruth D., aka "Dollie R.", MEADOWS. Their son, Elijah L., is the third in a direct line of Elijah Leroy names.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bleckley County, Cary; Series: T625 Roll: 236 Page: 247: Fm 25 25 DANIELS Elisha (sic) L. HEAD O M M W 34 M GA GA GA Farming General farm; -- Dollie R. Wife F W 27 M GA GA GA; -- Elisha (sic) L. Son M W 2+6/12 S GA GA GA; MATHIS Robert A. Cousin M W 36 S GA GA GA Military service. The census taker spelled Elijah as "Elisha" for both father and son. (The son's name may look like "Elijha", but it is the top of the "b" in Robert' MATHIS' name. RLD) on the same page is John H. BARRS, 33, and wife Annice(?), 32, and family, three homes away.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bleckley County, Cary Dist; Series: T626 Roll: 340 Page: 74: 177 181 DANIELS Elijah L. Head M W 45 M 28 GA GA GA Farmer General farm; -- Dollie R. Wife F W 38 M 21 GA GA GA; -- Elijah, Jr. Son M W 12 S GA GA GA; -- Reba D. Dau F W 8 GA GA GA; -- Harry A. Son M W 6 S GA GA GA; -- Cecil Son M W 5 S GA GA GA; -- Wilmer Son M W 31/12 S GA GA GA; -- Sarah Dau F W 7/12 S GA GA GA.

Elijah Leroy DANIELL, Jr. died in 1937. He was buried near his parents in the family plot in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery in Bleckley County, Georgia. From a picture of his first headstone:
ELIJHA
LEROY
DANIELL
GEORGIA
PVT
U.S. MARINE CORPS
JANUARY 16, 1885
MARCH 18, 1937
Note the variant spelling of Elijah.

Another headstone shared with his widow, Ruth Meadows DANIELL, now marks their graves in Evergreen Cemetery. A picture, provided by David Rowl, provides:

DANIELL
ELIJHA L. JR RUTH M.
JAN. 16, 1885 OCT. 26, 1892
Mar. 18, 1937 MAY 13, 1979

The Elijha Leroy DANIELL family headstones in Bleckley County reveal a most interesting evolution of the family surname within a single generation. Of his three sons, two are buried near Elijah Leroy DANIELL, Sr., in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery, Elijah, Jr. as DANIELL, William Anderson as DANIELS, and the third is buried in the Antioch United Methodist Cemetery, Jesse D. as DANIEL.


General Notes: Wife - Ruth D. MEADOWS

Dollie R. MEADOWS, daughter of James and Caroline MEADOWS of Pulaski County, Georgia, married Elijha Leroy DANIELL, Jr. about 1916. She is named as Dollie R., born Oct 1893, in in the 1900 census, as Ruth D, 17 in 1910, and as Dollie R. DANIELL, 27 in the 1920 census. Ruth's headstone in Evergreen Cemetery, Bleckley County, Georgia lists her birth on 26 October 1892, consistant with her age in censuses.

Ruth MEADOWS and Elijha DANIELL are named as the parents of Wilmer E. DANIELL on his Texas Death Certificate.

Elijha died in 1937. Ruth outlived him by 41 years.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K72K-6CC : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Cecil Daniel in household of Ruth M Daniel, Militia District 483, Bibb, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 11-62, sheet 11A, family 197, NARA digital publication T627, roll 642.
Ruth M Daniel head F 47 Georgia
Reba Daniel daughter F 18 Georgia
Harry Daniel son M 16 Georgia
Cecil Daniel son M 15 Georgia
Wilmer Daniel son M 13 Georgia
Sara Daniel daughter F 10 Georgia
Mary Ruth Daniel daughter F 8 Georgia
Elijah L Daniel son M 22 Georgia
Doris Daniel daughter-in-law F 16 Georgia

The Social Security Death Index records "DANIELL, RUTH 26 Oct 1891 May 1979 87 85611 (Elgin, Santa Cruz, AZ) (none specified) Georgia 253-28-9613" giving her birth in 1891 vice the 1892 shown on her headstone.

Ruth Meadows Daniell died 13 May 1979 in El Paso, Texas, United States
[FamilySearch.org: Collection: Texas Death Index, 1964-1998]

Elijah's original military headstone was replaced with a second headstone shared with his widow, Ruth M. DANIELL. From a picture, provided by David Rowl, it reads:

DANIELL
ELIJHA L. JR RUTH M.
JAN. 16, 1885 OCT. 26, 1892
Mar. 18, 1937 MAY 13, 1979


Notes: Marriage

http://genealogytrails.com/geo/bleckley/marriages_1913-20.html
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Bishop Andrew WARREN and Elizabeth DANIELL




Husband Bishop Andrew WARREN 3771

          AKA: Bates WARREN
         Born: 25 March 1866 - Barbour County, Alabama 3771
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       Buried: 11 April 1926 - Batesfield Baptist Church Cemetery 3771
     Marriage: 27 December 1896 - Barbour County, Alabama



Wife Elizabeth DANIELL 2009

          AKA: L. D. WARREN
         Born: 1862 - Barbour County, Alabama
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       Buried:  - Batesfield Baptist Church Cemetery


       Father: Samuel C. DANIELL, Sr. (1832-Abt 1893) 2009
       Mother: Laura A. LAWRENCE (1842-1925) 3418,3419




Children
1 M Lawrence Daniell WARREN 3770

          AKA: Lawrence Daniel WARREN
         Born: 5 April 1898 - Barbour County, Alabama 43
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       Buried:  - Old Batesville Cemetery, Barbour County, Alabama
       Spouse: Maebelle CONWAY 3770


2 F Jennie Rebecca WARREN

         Born: 9 September 1900 - Barbour County, Alabama
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       Buried:  - Southern Memorial Park, Harrison County, Mississippi
       Spouse: Leon LEVY
         Marr: 22 May 1929 - Jackson County, Mississippi


3 F Anna Laura WARREN

         Born: Abt 1902 - Barbour County, Alabama
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         Marr: 29 December 1935 - Hillsborough County, Florida. (Divorced in 1939)


4 M Bishop Andrew WARREN, Jr.

         Born: 15 March 1904 - Barbour County, Alabama
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         Died: 11 October 1907 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Batesfield Baptist Church Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - Bishop Andrew WARREN

1900 U. S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Batesville; Series: T623 Roll: 1 Page: 63:
1 1 WARREN B. A. Head W M Apr 1866 34 M 4 AL AL AL Merchant;
-- Lizzie Wife W F Apr 1866 M 4 1 1 AL AL AL;
-- Lawrence Son W M Apr 1898 @ S AL AL AL;
SMITH, B___ Servant B F Dec 1860 39 S AL AL AL Laborer.

1910 U. S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Fort Browder, Batesville Town; Series: T624 Roll: 1 Page: 52:
8 8 WARREN Bishop A Head M W 44 M1 13 AL SC AL Farmer;
-- Elizabeth P. Wife F W 47 M1 13 4 3 AL AL AL;
-- Florence [sic, Lawrence] D. Son M W 12 S AL AL AL;
-- Jennie R. Dau F W 10 S AL AL AL;
-- Annie L. Dau F W 8 S AL AL AL.

1920 U. S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Batesville; Series: T625 Roll: 3 Page: 1:
WARREN Bishop A. Head M W 53 M AL AL AL Farmer;
-- Lizzie Wife F W 55 M AL AL AL;
-- Lawrence Son 21 S AL AL AL;
-- Rebecca Dau F W 18 S AL AL AL (Jennie R. from the 1910 census);
-- Anna Laura Dau F W 17 S AL AL AL;
DANIELLS David L. N_____ M B 7 S AL AL AL Servant house.

Bishop Andrew WARREN, a merchant and planter, died 09 Apr 1926 in Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama at age 60. He was buried in Batesville on 11 April 1926. His death certificate also states he was born 25 March 1866 in Barbour County, his wife was Elizabeth WARREN and his parents were T. C. WARREN and Saphronia LOVELACE, both born in Alabama. [Family Search Film Number: 1908280, Reference Number: cn 8328, Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974]

Bishop A. WARREN is burried in the Old Batesville Cemetery, Barbour County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial #34127322:

BISHOP A. WARREN
1866 ----- 1926


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth DANIELL

Elizabeth DANIELL, daughter of Samuel C. DANIELL and Laura A. LAWRENCE of Barbour County, Alabama, is named as Lizzie, age 7 in the 1870 census. In 1880 she is Elizabeth, age 16.

On 22 July 1893, Lizzie DANIEL, over the age of twenty one years, is named as an heir to Samuel C. DANIEL in S. G. ROBERTSON's petition for Letters of Administration on her father's estate. (Barbour County, Alabama Orphans Book 27, p. 186)

Elizabeth married Bishop A. WARREN.

The 1900 census of Batesville, Alabama lists B. A. WARREN, 34, and wife, Lizzie, 34, married for four years, with a son, Lawrence, 2. This dovetails with the fact that Elizabeth was about two years older than her brother, S. C., Jr., and was single in July 1893 when her father's estate was probated. This WARREN family is in the same location in 1910 and 1920. Lizzie is Elizabeth P., 47, and Lizzie, 55, in 1910 and 20 respectively.

In the 1922 obituary of her brother James Lawrence Daniell, Elizabeth is named as Mrs. Bates Warren.

A Probate Court filing on 5 June 1924 in Barbour County, Alabama names Mrs. L. D. [Lizzie Daniel] WARREN, 61, of Batesville, Alabama as one of three heirs of her brother, W. H. L. DANIEL, who died 13 February 1924. The others are Mrs. Laura L. DANIEL, 83, of Batesville and S. C. DANIEL, Jr., 58, of Eufaula, Alabama, her mother and brother.

Elizabeth D. WARREN is buried in the Old Batesville Cemetery, Barbour County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial #34127306:

ELIZABETH D. WARRREN
1862 --------- 1955


Notes: Marriage

Groom's Name: Bishop A. Warren
Bride's Name: Elizabeth P. Daniel
Marriage Date: 27 Dec 1896
Marriage Place: Batesville, Barbour, Alabama
[FamilySearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M58674-6, System Origin: Alabama-EASy, Source Film Number: 1289487, Collection: Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957]

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Robert L. STELL and Elizabeth Jenell DANIELL




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       Father: Charles Coy DANIELL (1881-1966)
       Mother: Cora Edith RODGERS (1901-1975)



 Other Spouse: James WELSCH

 Other Spouse: Billy Joe BROOKS


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1 F Beverly Jenell STELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Robert M. MONTGOMERY (living)



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James WELSCH and Elizabeth Jenell DANIELL




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Wife Elizabeth Jenell DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Coy DANIELL (1881-1966)
       Mother: Cora Edith RODGERS (1901-1975)



 Other Spouse: Robert L. STELL

 Other Spouse: Billy Joe BROOKS


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1 F Linda Elizabeth WELSCH (details suppressed for this person)

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James R. FORD and Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL




Husband James R. FORD 751

         Born: 9 December 1850 - Alabama 752
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         Died: 6 November 1930 - Umatilla, Lake County, Florida 752
       Buried:  - Rigdon Cemetery, Umatilla, Florida


       Father: Thomas FORD (Abt 1808-After 1880)
       Mother: Emily --?-- (Abt 1811-After 1880)


     Marriage: 19 November 1878 - Sumter County, Florida 751



Wife Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL

          AKA: JENNY
         Born: 25 December 1856 - Georgia 4025
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         Died: 1 October 1936 - Umatilla, Lake County, Florida 4025
       Buried: 2 October 1936 - Rigdon Cemetery, Umatilla, Florida


       Father: 1st Sgt James Henry DANIELL, CSA (1828-1899)
       Mother: Mary Ann Eliza RICE (1835-1912) 995,1638




Children
1 M Henry FORD

         Born: 25 September 1885
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         Died: 15 December 1889 - Umatilla, Lake County, Florida
       Buried:  - Rigdon Cemetery, Umatilla, Florida



2 M Charles L. FORD

         Born: 28 May 1887 - Florida
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         Died: 12 October 1957
       Buried:  - Rigdon Cemetery, Umatilla, Florida
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 U FORD

         Born: After 1900
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General Notes: Husband - James R. FORD

1880 U.S. Census, Florida, Orange County, Precinct 1, 29 Jun 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 131 Page: 400: 423 423 FORD James W M 30 M Orange Planter AL Maine England; Virginia W F 24 Wife M Keeping House TN TN TN; Ida W F 6 Dau S FL AL TN
References to TN above appear false. Elizabeth Virginia was born in GA, her father in AL and mother in GA, as indicated in other research and the census entries below. Thomas FORD, 72, born in Maine, and wife, Miami, 69, are James' next door neighbors and likely his parents.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Lee County, 4-Pct ,8 Jun 1900, Series: T623 Roll: 172 Page: 19: 198 211 FORD James Head W M Dec 1850 49 M 22 AL ME AL Farmer; Eliza V. Wife W F Dec 1856 43 M 22 3 1 GA AL GA; Charles Son W M May 1887 13 S FL AL GA At school.

1910 U.S. Census, Florida, Lee County, Fort Myers,Series: T624 Roll: 163 Page: 134: 104 105 FORD James Head M W 59 M 32 AL ME GA Carpenter(?) House; Elizabeth Wife F W 53 M 32 4 1 GA AL GA None; Charles Son M W 23 S FL AL GA Navy Marine.

1920 U.S. Census, Florida, Lee County, Fort Myers 24-PCT (Series: T625 Roll: 221 Page: 211) Euclid Avenue 78 98 FORD, James Head O F M W 69 M AL ME GA None; Eliza V. Wife F W 63 M GA AL GA

James FORD was buried in Higly Cemetery, now called Rigdon Cemetery, located on Rigdon Road out Ocala St from Umatilla, Lake County, Florida. His headstone, an obelisk shared with his wife Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL reads "JAMES// FORD// DEC. 9, 1850// NOV. 6, 1930". On a copy of a typed page listing burials here, dated Oct 20, 1982, the name "Higly" is crossed out; "St. Clair" written above the cross out; "Rigdon" written below in parentheses; and a handwritten note saying "Called Sulphur Sps Cem (illegible) from SC". (Note: On 27 Apr 2005 when I visited this cemetery, a sign posted by the Board of County Commissioners, Lake County, Florida stated "RIGDON CEMETERY". Robert Louis Daniell)


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL

Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL, daughter of James Henry DANIELL and Mary Ann Eliza RICE, was called "Jenny". She is listed as "Jane" in the 1860 U.S. Census, but between her brothers, William and "Chas", where "Jenny" should be is the name "Jane". (Possibly called "Jen", heard and written as "Jane"? RLD)

Jenny married James FORD in 1873. They soon moved to Florida where their first child Ida was born in 1874. She was widowed in 1930.

The 1935 Florida Census, Lake County, Umatilla City, Precinct 7, line 6 lists: "FORD Eliza V. Umatilla 78 White Widow Georgia Common Sch Owner Housewife." Two households away, lines 11 and 12, are her nephew and wife, B. L. [Byver Lynn] DANIEL, 32, a laborer, and Dollie, 33, a nurse. [labs.familysearch.org., Film Number: 2425162, Digital Folder Number: 4280106, Image Number: 00477, Collection: Florida State Census, 1935]

This partial obituary was received from Teresa Griffis:
"Ford, Eliza Virginia Daniell (Mrs)
Died Thurs at 79 yrs at home in Umatilla. Burial Higley Cem. Beyers F. Home. Service Rev A. F. Carr Psby Ch Leaves son Charles L. of Umatilla. Sister Sara E. Daniell and brother J. E. [sic, I., Irvin] Daniell of Jacksonville. Belonged to Eastern Star and was a pioneer in Lake County." [Page 1, 9 Oct 1936, Leesburg Commercial]

Eliza Virginia Ford, born 25 December 1856 in Thomas County, Georgia, died 1 October 1936 in Umatilla, Lake County, Florida at age 79 years, 9 months, and 6 days. She was the widow of James E. Ford and daughter of James Henry Daniell and Mary Eliza Rice. Her father was born in Glenville, Alabama and her mother was born in Lumpkin, Georgia. She was a housewife and resided on Ocala Street in Umatilla. She was buried in Higley, Florida on 2 October 1936. No informant listed in the transcriptionwhich has several misspellings. ["Florida, Deaths, 1877-1939," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FPS6-YV2 : accessed 24 January 2015), Mary Eliza Rice in entry for Eliza Virginia Ford, 01 Oct 1936; citing Unatilla, Lake, Florida, reference it 5, cn 17458; FHL microfilm 2,135,884.]

Elizabeth Virginia Daniell FORD was buried in Higly Cemetery, now called Rigdon Cemetery, located on Rigdon Road out Ocala St from Umatilla, Florida. Her headstone, an obelisk, shared with her husband, reads "E. V. D.// FORD// DEC. 25, 1856// OCT. 1, 1936". On a copy of a typed page listing burials here, dated Oct 20, 1982, the name "Higly" is crossed out; "St. Clair" written above the cross out; "Rigdon" written below in parentheses; and a handwritten note saying "Called Sulphur Sps Cem (illegible) from SC". [Note: On 27 Apr 2005 when I visited this cemetery, a sign posted by the Board of County Commissioners, Lake County, Florida stated "RIGDON CEMETERY". Robert Louis Daniell]


Notes: Marriage

"Ford, James & Eliza V Daniell, Married 19 Nov 1878 by C.J. Constantine, County Judge, Sumter Co, Florida, Liber 2, p. 70." [Debi McGee Cundiff, email to Teresa Griffis, July 15, 2001]

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Keith MOORE and Faith DANIELL




Husband Keith MOORE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Faith DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Loyd DANIELL, Sr. (1912-2009)
       Mother: Martha Corine TUCKER (1915-2003)




Children

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Fred Edward DANIELL and Susan Kathleen WHITE




Husband Fred Edward DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Byver Lynn DANIELL (1902-1984)
       Mother: Sarah Louise DUNNIGAN (1922-2013)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Carol J. CALVIN

 Other Spouse: Sandra CROSS



Wife Susan Kathleen WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M PO2 Stephen Wayne DANIELL, USN, Afganistan (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Lorrie Elizabeth DAVIS, USN (living)



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George William DANIELL and Annie Mae GRAHAM




Husband George William DANIELL 815,2480

         Born: 19 March 1896 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 December 1961 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481


     Marriage: 1916

 Other Spouse: Mamie KENNEDY 2480 - 24 August 1919 - Thomas County, Georgia 2482



Wife Annie Mae GRAHAM

         Born: Abt 1900
   Christened: 
         Died: April 2001
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Geraldine DANIELS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Glenn STEWART (living)



General Notes: Husband - George William DANIELL

George William DANIELL, born 19 March 1896, was a son of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER.

The U.S. Census of 1920 for Georgia, 1583 Militia District, Thomas County, T625, Roll: 280, page 12, shows that Chas DANIELL and wife Mary live on their farm in Pavo. There were several homes on the farm. George DANIELL, 22, and his wife, Mamie, 20, lived in one; his brothers, James DANIELL, 20, and his wife, Jewel, 18, lived in another, and Byver, 17, and his wife, Dollie, 18, lived in the main house with his father.

In the 1930 U. S. Census, on April 4, 1930, George W. DANIELL lives with his parents in the Pavo Militia District, Thomas County, Georgia. His family is not listed with him. In his father's obituary of 1936, George is of Pavo, Georgia.

In 1940, George W. DANIEL, 43, married (lined through), no occupation listed, resides with his brother, Coy DANIEL and family, in Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia. On 1 April 1935, he resided in Rural, Thomas County.


General Notes: Wife - Annie Mae GRAHAM

Annie Mae GRAHAM was George DANIELL's first wife, married in 1916. He married Mamie KENNEDY in 1919.
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George William DANIELL and Mamie KENNEDY




Husband George William DANIELL 815,2480

         Born: 19 March 1896 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 December 1961 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481


     Marriage: 24 August 1919 - Thomas County, Georgia 2482

 Other Spouse: Annie Mae GRAHAM - 1916



Wife Mamie KENNEDY 2480

          AKA: Mamie DANIELS 3147
         Born: Abt 1900 3147
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Magdeline DANIELL

          AKA: Mary DANIELS 3148
         Born: 1920 3147
   Christened: 
         Died: 1996
       Buried:  - Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Unknown HOLLAMAN (living)


2 M George William DANIELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M William Kenneth DANIELL, USA, WWII

          AKA: William Kenneth DANIELS
         Born: 15 February 1925 - Thomas County, Georgia 3147
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 September 2009 - Glynn County, Georgia
       Buried: 28 September 2009 - Palmetto Cemetery
       Spouse: Edwina BRAY 3148



General Notes: Husband - George William DANIELL

George William DANIELL, born 19 March 1896, was a son of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER.

The U.S. Census of 1920 for Georgia, 1583 Militia District, Thomas County, T625, Roll: 280, page 12, shows that Chas DANIELL and wife Mary live on their farm in Pavo. There were several homes on the farm. George DANIELL, 22, and his wife, Mamie, 20, lived in one; his brothers, James DANIELL, 20, and his wife, Jewel, 18, lived in another, and Byver, 17, and his wife, Dollie, 18, lived in the main house with his father.

In the 1930 U. S. Census, on April 4, 1930, George W. DANIELL lives with his parents in the Pavo Militia District, Thomas County, Georgia. His family is not listed with him. In his father's obituary of 1936, George is of Pavo, Georgia.

In 1940, George W. DANIEL, 43, married (lined through), no occupation listed, resides with his brother, Coy DANIEL and family, in Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia. On 1 April 1935, he resided in Rural, Thomas County.


General Notes: Wife - Mamie KENNEDY

Mamie KENNEDY married George William DANIELL on 24 August 1919. In 1920 they live on George's father's farm in Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia. They had three children by 1926, Mary Magdalene, Georgw William, Jr., and William Kenneth. By 1930, Mamie and George have separated, George living on his father's farm and Mamie and two of their children in nearby Thomasville, Georgia. [Where is George William, Jr., about age 8, in 1930? Overlooked for the census?]

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville; Series: T626 Roll: 387 Page: 97:
Washington St. 226 30A 36 A MONTGOMERY Nealy Head 3000 F W 65 S GA GA GA House worker Boarding house;
HATCHER [surname only, lined out];
DUKES William H. Lodger 3 M W 27 S GA GA GA None;
SPIVER Mary Lodger 3 F W 68 Wd GA GA GA None;
DANIELS Mamie Lodger 3 F W 30 M 20 GA GA GA None;
-- Mary M. Lodger F W 9 S GA GA GA None;
-- William Lodger M W 4+1/12 S GA GA GA None.
[William H. DUKES is the son of Edward Mitchell DUKES and Verlon Allen DANIELL, sister of Mamie's husband, George.]
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William Goodwyn McCOY and Gladys Helen DANIELL




Husband William Goodwyn McCOY

         Born: Cir 1900 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 December 1945 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 5 June 1926 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia



Wife Gladys Helen DANIELL 43

         Born: 13 May 1904 - Coolidge, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 October 1975 - Lake County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483



 Other Spouse: Dr. Alfred Frederick William KAPLIN, MD, DO, USA 43 - 27 May 1962 - Jacksonville, Florida


Children
1 F Gladys Lucina McCOY

         Born: 16 November 1930
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 June 1982
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Carl E. FALCONER (living)
       Spouse: Ralph BRISTOW (living)



General Notes: Husband - William Goodwyn McCOY

Florida Death Index, 1877-1998: William Goodwin McCoy, white male, died in 1945 in Gulf County, Florida.


General Notes: Wife - Gladys Helen DANIELL

Gladys Helen DANIELL married first William Goodwyn McCoy on 5 June 1926 in Moultrie, Georgia. William died 1 December 1945

Gladys married second Dr. Alfred F. KAPLIN on 27 May 1962 in Jacksonville, Florida. She is buried beside her second husband, Dr. Alfred F. KAPLIN, in PLOT VETS-R02-05 Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lake County, Florida. A picture of her marker is on line at http://www.uscemeteryproj.com/florida/lake/lakeside/kapling448.htm:

GLADYS M KAPLIN
BELOVED WIFE AND MOTHER
MAY 13 OCT 20
1904 1975

GLADYS KAPLIN 13 May 1904 Oct 1975 32726 (Eustis, Lake, FL) (none specified) 267-44-9193 Florida. (SSDI)

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Dr. Alfred Frederick William KAPLIN, MD, DO, USA and Gladys Helen DANIELL




Husband Dr. Alfred Frederick William KAPLIN, MD, DO, USA 43

         Born: 5 March 1893 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 January 1984 - Lake County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery
     Marriage: 27 May 1962 - Jacksonville, Florida



Wife Gladys Helen DANIELL 43

         Born: 13 May 1904 - Coolidge, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 October 1975 - Lake County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483



 Other Spouse: William Goodwyn McCOY - 5 June 1926 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia


Children

General Notes: Husband - Dr. Alfred Frederick William KAPLIN, MD, DO, USA

Dr. Alfred Frederick KAPLIN is buried beside his wife, Gladys Helen DANIELL, in Plot VETS-R02-04 Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lake County, Florida. A picture of his marker is on line at http://www.uscemeteryproj.com/florida/lake/lakeside/kaplina447.htm

ALFRED F KALIN
ORD ENG DR ND MD DO
ARMY SGT
MARCH 5 1893 JAN 25 1984

ALFRED KAPLIN 05 Mar 1893 Jan 1984 32726 (Eustis, Lake, FL ) (none specified) 159-01-8641 Pennsylvania. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Gladys Helen DANIELL

Gladys Helen DANIELL married first William Goodwyn McCoy on 5 June 1926 in Moultrie, Georgia. William died 1 December 1945

Gladys married second Dr. Alfred F. KAPLIN on 27 May 1962 in Jacksonville, Florida. She is buried beside her second husband, Dr. Alfred F. KAPLIN, in PLOT VETS-R02-05 Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lake County, Florida. A picture of her marker is on line at http://www.uscemeteryproj.com/florida/lake/lakeside/kapling448.htm:

GLADYS M KAPLIN
BELOVED WIFE AND MOTHER
MAY 13 OCT 20
1904 1975

GLADYS KAPLIN 13 May 1904 Oct 1975 32726 (Eustis, Lake, FL) (none specified) 267-44-9193 Florida. (SSDI)

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William Frederick DRAKE and Hattie DANIELL




Husband William Frederick DRAKE

         Born: 14 December 1871 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 January 1939
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia
     Marriage: Abt 1894



Wife Hattie DANIELL

         Born: 8 February 1874 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1958
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia


       Father: James R. DANIELL, CSA (1837-1914) 1345
       Mother: Sarah Frances PUGH (1845-1931) 1343,1344




Children
1 F Mildred Louise DRAKE

         Born: 20 May 1896 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 May 1899 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - William Frederick DRAKE

William Frederick Drake is buried in Olive, Row C, lot 15, Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56866560:

WILLIAM FREDERICK DRAKE
DEC. 14, 1871
JAN. 7, 1939


General Notes: Wife - Hattie DANIELL

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, Godfrey; Series: T623 Roll:___ Page: 5A:
90 103 DRAKE Frederick W. Head W M Dec 1871 28 M 5 GA GA GA Foreman (Phosphate Wk)
-- Hattie L. Wife W F Feb 1875 25 M 5 1 0 GA GA GA
-- Jane Mother W F Mch 1829 71 Wd 3 2 SC SC SC
Hattie has has had one child, deceased before 1900.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Dougherty County, Albany; Series: T624 Roll: 185 Page: 3A:
39 45 DRAKE, W. F. Head M W 35 M1 15 0 0 GA GA GA Superindendant Grana factory
-- Hattie Wife F W 25 M1 15 0 0 GA GA GA
DANIEL, C. N. Brother-in-law M W 40 S GA GA GA Acid maker Guana factory

Hattie Daniel Drake is buried in Olive, Row C, lot 15, Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56866080:

HATTIE DANIEL DRAKE
FEB. 8, 1874
NOV. 7, 1958

The memorial links to one for her daughter, Mildred Louise Drake (1896 - 1899).
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Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII and Frances DIAMOND




Husband Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII

          AKA: Horace Raymond DANIELS
         Born: 22 December 1908 - Coolidge, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 March 1968
       Buried: 


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483


     Marriage: 1934 - Miami, Florida

 Other Spouse: Isbel WINN



Wife Frances DIAMOND

         Born: Abt 1924
   Christened: 
         Died: June 1936
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII

Horace DANIELL is also known as Horace DANIELS. Horace served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. In a letter to me on 11 August 1999, his brother James Franklin DANIELL of Winchester, Tennessee wrote, "All his records were listed in the Navy as "DANIELS." Horace was unable to get the spelling changed because of the number of records involved and capitulated to bureaucracy. His name was legally changed to DANIELS.


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Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII and Isbel WINN




Husband Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII

          AKA: Horace Raymond DANIELS
         Born: 22 December 1908 - Coolidge, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 March 1968
       Buried: 


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Frances DIAMOND - 1934 - Miami, Florida



Wife Isbel WINN (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Helen DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Marilyn DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII

Horace DANIELL is also known as Horace DANIELS. Horace served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. In a letter to me on 11 August 1999, his brother James Franklin DANIELL of Winchester, Tennessee wrote, "All his records were listed in the Navy as "DANIELS." Horace was unable to get the spelling changed because of the number of records involved and capitulated to bureaucracy. His name was legally changed to DANIELS.


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SSgt James Franklin DANIELL, USAF, Korea and Sue STEWART




Husband SSgt James Franklin DANIELL, USAF, Korea (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Johnnie Ellis DANIELL (1907-1975)
       Mother: Doris KNOX (Abt 1910-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Sue STEWART (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: STEWART
       Mother: Exa --?--




Children
1 M Danny DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Donny DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Dr. James Franklin DANIELL, Jr., MD and Cassandra Burke DOWELL




Husband Dr. James Franklin DANIELL, Jr., MD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: CPO James Franklin DANIELL, USN, WWII (1911-2012)
       Mother: Jean Porter BEACHBOARD (1915-2002)


     Marriage: 



Wife Cassandra Burke DOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M James Brandon DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Megan Elizabeth DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Andrew Thomas HURT (living)


3 M Jonathan David DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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1st Sgt James Henry DANIELL, CSA and Mary Ann Eliza RICE




Husband 1st Sgt James Henry DANIELL, CSA

         Born: 14 January 1828 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 December 1899 - Umatilla, Lake County, Florida
       Buried:  - Rigdon Cemetery, Umatilla, Florida


       Father: Rev. James Levi DANIELL, M.G. (1797-1846) 2231
       Mother: Elizabeth Clements BUTTS (1802-1857) 177


     Marriage: 17 December 1850 - Stewart County, Georgia 3415



Wife Mary Ann Eliza RICE 995,1638

         Born: 7 March 1835 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 July 1912 - Orange Park, Duval County, Florida
       Buried:  - Smith Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida


       Father: John H. RICE (1809-1884) 4014
       Mother: Mary Ann E. SMITH (1812-1890) 4014




Children
1 M John Levi DANIELL 1638

         Born: 21 May 1852 - Barbour County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 March 1913 - Ellis County, Texas
       Buried:  - Elm Branch Cemetery
       Spouse: Emily M. POPE 4019
         Marr: 3 July 1873 - Brooks County, Georgia 4026


2 M William Lawrence DANIELL 1638

         Born: 24 April 1854 - Barbour County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 November 1917 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Enon Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Eliza Ann BAKER 281
         Marr: 23 July 1879 - Brooks County, Georgia


3 F Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL

          AKA: JENNY
         Born: 25 December 1856 - Georgia 4025
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 October 1936 - Umatilla, Lake County, Florida 4025
       Buried: 2 October 1936 - Rigdon Cemetery, Umatilla, Florida
       Spouse: James R. FORD 751
         Marr: 19 November 1878 - Sumter County, Florida 751


4 M Charles Henry DANIELL 1638

         Born: 18 January 1860 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 August 1936 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mary Melvina BAKER 2480,2481
         Marr: 22 September 1878 - Brooks County, Georgia


5 M James Irvin DANIELL 2571

         Born: 6 September 1863 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 November 1944 - Duval County, Florida
       Buried:  - Smith Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


6 M Americus Mitchell DANIELL 2571

          AKA: Joe DANIELL, Americus DANIELS 4027
         Born: 23 January 1865 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 December 1911 - Duval County, Florida
       Buried: 27 December 1911 - Smith Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida



7 F Sarah Ellen DANIELL

         Born: 28 May 1870 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1946 - Duval County, Florida
       Buried:  - Smith Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida




General Notes: Husband - 1st Sgt James Henry DANIELL, CSA

James Henry DANIELL, born 14 January 1828, Baldwin County, Georgia, was the son of James Levi DANIELL and Elizabeth Clements BUTTS. Some records also show his surname as DANIEL.

Abstracts of Wills and Estates Barbour Co., AL 1852-1856 OCR Book V p. 82 DANIEL, James L.: Petition of Eliza C. DANIEL, Admx., to sell land. Heirs: Martha, wife of William A. ANDREWS, Catherine, wife of F C BUTTS, James Henry DANIEL, over age 21, John Levi DANIEL, Samuel C. DANIEL, Julia A. DANIEL, Sarah E. DANIEL. A. C. MITCHELL is guardian of the last four minors.

The U.S. Census for Barbour County, Alabama, dated November 8, 1850 shows J. H. DANIEL, 22, a farmer, living alone as a farm laborer. James Henry married Mary Ann Eliza RICE on December 17, 1850.

In 1860, James Henry Daniell and family are in Thomas County, Georgia. Their home was in Pavo.
[NOTE: Daniels Rd is about 3 miles north of Pavo which was named for Charles Henry whose farm is on this road. The old farm house has been remodeled, now 2 stories, but still there in 2011, as are parts of the old barn and the tobacco shed. RLD]
1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 29: Line 35 J. H. DANIEL 31 M Farmer 2000 1500 AL; Mary " 25 F GA; Levy " 11 M AL; William " 9 M AL; Jane* " 6 F GA; Chas, " 4/12 M GA.
[*Elizabeth Virginia, called "Jenny" and likely "Jen." RLD]
James and Mary live next door to John Wesley RICE, Mary's brother, next to him another brother, Charles RICE, 23, next another, William RICE, 22, and then Mary's parents, J. D. and Mary RICE, aged 51 and 48.

From the Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861 - 1865 copyright, 1960, Longino & Porter, Hapeville, Georgia: "DANIEL, J. H. 1st Corporal Oct 1, 1861. Appointed 1st Sergeant. Surrendered, Tallahassee, Florida. May 10, 1865. Paroled, Thomasville, Georgia, May 25, 1865. Muster Roll, *Company H, 29th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. Thomas County, Georgia, Thomas County Volunteers." * Later designated I Company (Volume 3, page 477). Also named as serving in his regiment were Robert G. MITCHELL, a regimental officer, William D. MITCHELL, who commanded Company I, James K. Polk MARTIN, and Mathew GODWIN. Each of these witnessed or provided information to validate James Henry's wife's Confederate Pension Applications. The muster roll gives a picture of where the unit fought and the casualties taken. Battles in which the 29th Regiment fought were: Jackson Siege, Mississippi (7/11/63), Chattanooga Siege, Tennessee (9/63 - 11/63), Chickamauga, Georgia (9/19/63 - 9/20/63), Chattanooga, Tennessee (11/23/63 - 11/25/63), Atlanta Campaign, Georgia (5/64 - 9/64), Atlanta Siege, Georgia (7/64 - 9/64), Franklin, Tennessee (11/30/64), Nashville, Tennessee (12/15/64 - 12/16/64), Carolinas Campaign (2/65 - 4/30/65), Bentonville, North Carolina (3/19/65 - 3/21/65).

The 29th Infantry Regiment, organized at Big Shanty, Georgia, during the summer of 1861, contained men from Thomas, Berrien, Tift, Stephens, and Dougherty counties. For a time Companies A and G served as heavy artillerists in the Savannah area and the rest of the command was at Charleston. It then was assigned to General WILSON's, C. H. STEVENS', and H. R. JACKSON's Brigade, and in September, 1863, was consolidated with the 30th Regiment. The unit participated in the difficult campaigns of the Army of Tennessee from Chickamauga to Atlanta, endured HOOD's winter operations in Tennessee, and fought at Bentonville. In December, 1863, the 29th/30th totaled 341 men and 195 arms, but few surrendered on April 26, 1865. The field officers were Colonel W. D. MITCHELL., R. SPAULDING, and William J. YOUNG; Lieutenant Colonels T. W. ALEXANDER and W. W. BILLOPP; and Majors Levi J. KNIGHT, John C. LAMB, and John J. OWEN. (http://www.civilwar.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm)

From the area in which James' unit was stationed and fought, there were opportunities for him to visit home. James and Mary's sons, James I. (b. 9/06/1863) and Americus M. (b. 1/23/1865) were born during "The War Between the States."

Helen Leino posted this excerpt from the United Daughters of the Confederacy magazine, June/July 2000:
"War Between the States
The Congressional Record of March 2, 1928, reports Senate joint resolution #41 wherein congress recognized the title "War Between the States" as proper.
A war was waged from 1861 to 1865 between 2 organized governments: the USA and the Confederate States of America. These were the official titles of the contending parties. It was not a "Civil War", as it was not fought between 2 parties within the same government.
It was not a "War of Secession" for the Southern States seceded without a thought of war. The right of a state to secede had never been questioned.
It was not a "War of Rebellion" for sovereign, independent states, co-equal, can not rebel against each other.
It was a War Between the States, because 22 non-seceding states made war upon 11 seceding states to force them back into the Union of States.
It was not until after the surrender of 1865 that secession was decided to be unconstitutional."

In the defeated states of the Confederacy, "The War Between the States" is often called "The War of Northern Aggression."

In 1870, James and family are found in Greenfield District, Colquitt County which is located about 3 miles farther north of Daniels Road. 1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt Co., Greenfield; Series: M593 Roll: 144 Page: 414: DANIEL, James 42 M W Farmer 500/550 GA; Mary 35 F Keeping house GA; William 16 M Farmer AL; Virginia 13 F At home GA; Charles 10 M Farmer GA; Americus 5 M GA; James 2 M GA; and Henrietta 1/12 F GA. Henrietta's age of one month matches the known birth date of James Henry and Mary's daughter Sarah Ellen. Why "Henrietta" is on this census list is unknown, perhaps her name not yet decided?

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, 6th Enumeration District; Series: T9 Roll: 135 Page: 399: 545 545 DANIEL, Henry W M 50 M Farmer GA GA GA; -- Mary W F 45 Wife Keeping house GA GA GA; -- James 11 W M Son S Laborer GA GA GA; -- Hinnie (Henny?) 8 W F Dau S GA GA GA (Henrietta from the 1870 census? Same question about her being Sarah Ellen. Note: Teresa Griffis reads this name as "Minnie".) James Henry's son, Charles, 20, and wife, Mary Melvina (BAKER), live three homes away. Between them lives Mary's brother, Jordan and family, and a Clayton HERRING(?). Americus "Joe" DANIELL, 15, is listed in the 1880 census, Ways, Thomas County, Georgia, living with another family, Benjamin SHERROD. Provided that Henry DANIEL in Brooks County, Dry Lake District, is our James Henry, they lived about 9 miles south of Pavo.

This story was told to Jean Porter DANIELL (copied from her handwritten notes) in 1977 by James Henry's grandson, Byver Lynn DANIELL: "When (Robert E.) LEE surrendered, James Henry walked 67 days to get home to Pavo, Georgia. They had to shave his body and burn his clothes to get rid of the lice, and they gave him a new suit to wear. Sometime later, a group of men were talking at the mill when in came this locally known coward who had stayed home from the Civil War and had hid in the woods so he would not have to fight. James H. spoke up and told him that he was a yellow-bellied coward for not fighting for the South. The man retorted that a lot of Rebel cowards had run off at the Battle of Bull Run. James H. had fought at the Battle of Bull Run, so this angered him, and he took out a knife and slit open the man's guts, which fell to the floor. The man cried, "You've killed me!" To which James H. replied, "Serves you right you yellow-bellied coward!" James H. saw a train leaving and went across the field and caught a train to Fort Myers, Florida. No warrant was ever issued for that man's murder. "Apparently the community felt the coward had it coming to him." Jenny DANIELL FORD gave Byver this knife, and "it still had the blood stain on it." Byver lost the knife on a fishing trip in North Carolina when it fell to the bottom of a lake." This story may be true in so far as James Henry moved to Florida in, or after, 1880 according to his wife's pension application. According to his wife's Confederate widow's pension application, James Henry was at home on sick furlough when the war ended. The long walk home may have been true if ill and/or wounded, but likely occurred before Lee's surrender. James Henry's surrender in Tallahassee, Florida on May 10, 1865 came a month and a day after Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865.

After 1880, James Henry has not been found in Georgia records. In 1890 he is in the Deed Book of Lake County, Florida:
James H. DANIEL & wife Mary E. of Lake Co. to Laura H. Faircloth of Daughterty Co., GA, Lot 8, Block 34 - Higley, Deed filed 15 Dec 1890, Lake Co Deeds, Vol 12, page 243. [Teresa Griffis]
"J. H. DANIEL, over 21 years of age being in Lake Co. Fla." is named as an heir of James L. DANIEL in a 19 May 1891 filing with the Barbour County, Alabama Probate Court.
Daniell, James H.: Homestead Patent Cert #12332 Appl #20873, 6 Aug 1896. Recorded Vol 25, p. 174. 120 acres in Sec 10 & 11 T18 R25. [Lake Co Patents Book 1, p. 92] James Henry's heirs, Charles H Daniell and wife Mary, William L. Daniell and wife Eliza, all of Thomas Co. Ga; Americus M. (single), S. Ellen (single) both of Duval Co, FL; and John L. (single) of Ellis Co., Tx, sold this 120 acres to John W. Higgins. Deed filed 20 Feb 1906; S1/2 of NE1/4 Sec 10 and SW1/4 of NW1/4 Sec 11, T18s, R25E -; 120 acres. [Lake Co Deeds, Vol 43, p 305]

Mary Melvina, in her pension application, gives James Henry's death as 1900; his homemade headstone provides 1899.

The Index to Georgia Confederate Pension Files, p. 286, lists: DANIELL James Henry, srv Co. I, 29th GA, see Mary E. DANIELL wid of Thomas Co. Pension Application A11482, DANIELL. James Henry; Optional Name: Henry DANIELL; Service Unit: Georgia; Wife's Name: Mary RICE; Application County & Year: Lake Co 1907; Residence: Ft. Myers, Lee County, FL; Unit: Company I (Thomas County, GA), 29th GA VIR; Wife was married on: 17 Dec 1850 in Stewart County, GA; Husband died: 2 Dec 1900 in Lake County, GA (Should be 1899 and FL. RLD); Residence: 1205 Walnut Street, Jacksonville, FL.; Wife was: born near Milledgeville, GA DOB: 1835; Moved to FL: 1880; Resident of: Duval County, FL.

James Henry DANIELL was buried in Higly Cemetery, now called Rigdon Cemetery, located at 13730 Rigdon Road, out Ocala Street from Umatilla, Florida. His grave is within a nine foot by ten foot, 32 inch high, brick wall which totally encloses two graves, no gate or entrance. The headstone is homemade, a concrete block with only his name and years of birth and death inscribed by hand in two lines on the stone: "J H DANIELL 1828 - 1899". The "N" in his surname is backwards. Buried beside James Henry within the wall is Henry FORD, b. September 25, 1885 d. December 15, 1889. Young Henry is James' grandson by Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL and James R. FORD. On a copy of a typed page listing burials here, dated for Oct 20, 1982, the name "Higly" is crossed out; "St. Clair" written above the cross out; "Rigdon" written below in parentheses; and a handwritten note saying "Called Sulphur Sps Cem (illegible) from SC". [Note: On 27 Apr 2005 when my wife and I visited this cemetery, a sign posted by the Board of County Commissioners, Lake County, Florida stated "RIGDON CEMETERY" Although the cemetery was well maintained, the inside of the enclosure around James Henry and his grandson was overgrown with weeds and vines. Robert Louis Daniell]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann Eliza RICE

Mary Ann Elizabeth RICE DANIELL filed three Widow's Pension Applications, one, a Widow's Indigent Pension Application in Thomas County, Georgia and two Widow's Pension Applications in Florida, in Duval and Lee Counties. She is listed in the Index to Georgia Confederate Pension Files, page 268: "DANIELL MARY E., wid of James Henry DANIELL of Co. I, 29th GA, she filed in Thomas, Co., GA." This application was not approved, probably because of her having lived in Florida for the preceding 20 years. In her Florida Confederate widow's pension application, dated October 19, 1907, she was a resident of Duval County, living at 1205 Walnut Street, Jacksonville, Florida. In a third application, A11482, dated August 25, 1909, she is living in Lee County, Fort Myers, Florida. It declares that she has no assets, and was witnessed by James FORD and Eliza V. [Virginia] FORD, her daughter, and signed by County Judge A. B. BEALL. This application replaced a previous claim, Number 5983, application number 17407. She is listed as pensioner number 4800, with pension approved on September 23, 1909, to be paid from July 1, 1909 at $120 per annum.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Duval County, Jacksonville, Wd-3; Series: T623 Roll: 167; Page: 206: 1205 Walnut Street DANIELS, Americus Head W M Jan '65 35 S GA GA GA Switcher; -- Mary E. Mother W F Mch '35 65 Wd 7 7 GA GA GA; -- Sarah E. Sister W F May '70 30 S GA GA GA. (Years equal 1865, 1835, and 1870, respectively.)

In the three applications, Mary documents that she is the widow, un-remarried, of James Henry DANIELL who died on December 2, 1900 in Lake County, Florida. [Note: The headstone of J H DANIELL shows his death in 1899. RLD] Mary wrote that both she and James Henry DANIELL were born in Baldwin County, Georgia, she "near Milledgeville". They were married on December 17, 1850 in Stewart County, Georgia, and that James Henry served "the entire time of the war" and did not desert the Confederate or State service. He was discharged "at home" where he was on sick furlough. She claimed to have been a resident of Florida since December 3, 1880. Her grounds for pension application were age (67), infirmity, and poverty. She said that for about four years she had been unable to earn a support and that her children have taken care of her and that she did not know how much that had cost. Her real or personal property consisted of nothing but "wearing apparel and little furniture". Property owned at the death of her husband was "nothing but a few head of cattle 6 head. They have been sold and the money gone long ago." Mary describes her remaining family in the Georgia application of 1902 as "5 boys + 2 girls, one boy in Cuba, 1 in Jacksonville, Fla, 2 in Ga, 1 boy in Texas, 2 girls in Fla". Her claims of age, infirmity, and inability to earn a living were supported by an Affidavit of Physician, (L S Dekle?) signature illegible, dated August 11, 1902, confirming "that owing to age and general debility she is incompetent to maintain herself by physical or manual occupation." Her claims concerning James Henry DANIELL's service in the Confederate Army was confirmed by the statements of Robert G. MITCHELL, an officer of the 29th Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, whose brother, William D. MITCHELL, commanded Company I, and was Colonel of the Regiment at the close of the War.

Mary E. DANIELL was said to be buried in Turknett Cemetery, located at the North end of a short street named Daniell Terrace, North off 103rd Street, just east of its intersection with I-295 on the southwest side of Jacksonville, Florida. The Turknett Cemetery was locked and had a "No Trespassing" sign on the corral-styled gate. Another sign said "TURKNETT CEMETERY Restored by Boy Scout Troop 32. 1993". This small cemetery contained no graves marked with the Daniell name, although many Turknett individuals were buried there. However, a second, slightly larger cemetery was separated from Turknett Cemetery by a north/south chain link fence, with no access between them. This second cemetery, called Smith Cemetery, is located at 5082 Cemetery Road, the North end of Cemetery Road, the next street east of Daniell Terrace and North off 103rd Street. The cemetery is currently (September 2002) owned by Morgan Smith. Smith Cemetery had an open gate. After searching most of the Smith Cemetery, brothers Robert and Earl Daniell found the Daniell section near its southwest corner. It is a square area located by the fence separating the Turknett and Smith Cemeteries, and marked by four large oak trees at it's corners. Between the four oaks, are headstones for JAMES I. DANIELL, MARY E. DANIELL, and AMERICUS M. DANIELL. The graves were side by side as listed. No graves for Ellen DANIELL or her son, "Hughie" DANIELL, were found. There was enough space for a few additional burials between the oaks. Thick oak hair roots covered portions of concrete walks and slabs, and may have completely covered other markers which may have been flat on the ground. These oaks were apparently planted many years ago to mark the boundaries of the Daniell plot. They also have served a purpose in keeping weeds and other growth out of the plot. While the cemetery is kept and has had recent burials, it appeared to get infrequent mowing.

Mary's grave is covered by a concrete slab. A concrete headstone, once attached to the slab, was broken off, cracked in the upper left third, and lying on the ground. Metal letters, attached to the concrete with screws, read "MARY E DANIELL 3 7 1835 7 3 1912" The "M" in Mary was attached upside down.

Mr. Tom KEENE, whose family bought the Daniell Dairy, told me that Smith Cemetery used to be called the Daniell Cemetery, but when Morgan Smith, Sr. bought it, he renamed it the Smith Cemetery. He also said that Cemetery Road used to be Daniell Terrace. Smith renamed the street as Cemetery Road, and put up the fence between the Daniell Cemetery and the Turknett Cemetery. The cemeteries used to be a single cemetery. The newly named Cemetery Road was the only way into the cemeteries and the new fence blocked access to the Turknett burial sites. Tom said that the Turknetts put in a new road to their side of the cemetery and named it Daniell Terrace to preserve the name. Tom KEENE lives about a half block south of Smith Cemetery on Cemetery Road. He also stated that Ellen DANIELL is buried there, but many of the older graves are unmarked and some have even been dug up and new burials put into or over them.

Additional individual graves were found close to the section marked by the four oaks. Some may have been related to the Daniell family, others simply acquaintances:
1) MRS JAMES FORD. No other information. These letters were similar to those used on Mary E.'s grave. This is not Elizabeth Virginia DANIELL who married a James FORD; they are buried in Higly Cemetery (now called Rigdon Cemetery), Rigdon Road, Umatilla, Florida. Perhaps a first wife of James FORD? The Ford and Daniell families were close.
2) V. R. HUGHES, Dec 18, 1890 NOV 4, 1931. Ellen DANIELL's son was named "Hughie". Ellen never married; might this be a relative of Hughie?
3) Along the Eastern side was a bronze, flat, double grave marker with the names "EDGECOMBE HERBERT S 1872-1960 (and) ELIZABETH B 1862-1932"
4) At the Northeast corner was a small concrete headstone marked "ELIZ ANN EDGECOMBE 1862-1932". Was this a twin sister of Elizabeth B? Or, a separate, original gravestone for Elizabeth B, with the B possibly the first letter of her maiden name and the bronze double marker above meant to memorialize Elizabeth with Herbert when he was buried 28 years after Elizabeth died? Likely, the latter.
5) CHARLES FRANKLIN TURKNETT, DEC 28, 1878 SEPT 26, 1919 and LOUISA TURKNETT, APRIL 4, 1882 MAY 14, 1976. This couple and their families, as well as others in this listing, must have been close friends of the Daniell family. Many Turknett graves are located close to the Daniell graves just the other side of the chain link fence.
6) JOHN W. ATKINSON, JUNE 25, 1885 JAN 22, 1929.
7) At the Southwest corner was a headstone marked "E W::.KEE". These were metal letters, similar to Mary's, affixed with screws. The dots were the holes of screws for missing letters. After a closer look at the headstone and seeing a partial letter, possibly the "toe" of an "L", I believe the name is "E WILKEE".
8) At the Southeast corner was a weathered, completely illegible, small homemade concrete headstone. Ellen DANIELL?

From the Southern Christian Advocate excerpts: "Died, in Eatonton, Ga. Sept 21, James BERRIEN, only child of BERRIEN and Mary C. RICE, aged 13 months and 15 days." I'm unsure of the date of issue, but most likely October 7, 1853, on page 319. Related to Mary Ann Elizabeth Rice DANIELL? 1638
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James Holsey DANIELL and Frances HOOD




Husband James Holsey DANIELL 300,2857

         Born: 26 August 1923 - Alabama 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 September 1992 - LaGrange City, Troup County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Shadowlawn Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia 2857


       Father: James Levi DANIELL (1869-1925) 301
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BLACKSTOCK (1883-1962) 302,303


     Marriage: 



Wife Frances HOOD 2858

         Born: 15 March 1925 - Troup County, Georgia 2858
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 June 2007 - Troup County, Georgia 2858
       Buried:  - Shadowlawn Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia 2858


       Father: Louie Harmon HOOD (1898-1952) 3260
       Mother: Minnie Merle SMITH (1902-1995) 3260,3261




Children

General Notes: Husband - James Holsey DANIELL

James Holsey DANIELL is a son of James Levi Daniell and Bessie Blackstock and grandson of John Levi DANIELL and Antoinette HOLSEY.

James father died 15 July 1925 in Stewart County, Georgia.

In the 1930 census of Mineral Spring, Stewart County, Georgia, Bessie B. Daniell and three of her children are named, James H., age 6, born in Alabama, is one.

James Holsey Daniell is named as a graduate of Columbus High School. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Tuesday, May 28, 1940, Page 2]

Holsey Daniell will be a freshman at Georgia Tech. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, August 25, 1940, Page 18]

Holsey Daniell of Columbus is named as a brother in the 14 June 1941 wedding announcement of Miss Mary Frances Daniell and Gordon H. Colwell, Jr.

James Holsey Daniell is one of those ordered by the Muscogee county draft board to report to its office at 10 a.m. on January 16 1943 to be sent to Fort McPherson for induction. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Saturday, January 9, 1943, Page 2]

James Holsey Daniell married Frances Hood. They had no children.

James H Daniell, died 2 September 1992 in Troup County, Georgia at age 69. He was a resident of Troup County. Certificate Number 036299. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998,"]

James is buried in Shadowlawn Cemetery, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 25081093:

JAMES HOLSEY
DANIELL
AUG. 26, 1923
SEPT. 2, 1992

"JAMES H DANIELL 26 Aug 1923 02 Sep 1992 30240 (LaGrange, Troup, GA ) (none specified) 255-16-7661 Georgia" [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Frances HOOD

Frances HOOD was a daughter of Louie Harmon HOOD and Minnie Merle SMITH.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, LaGrange; Series: T626 Roll: 389 Page: 97:
505 100 108 HOOD Harman Head M W 32 [abt 1898] M 22 GA GA GA Salesman Retail grocery;
-- Minnie Wife F W 28 [abt 1902] M 18 GA GA GA Seamstress At home;
-- Frances Dau F W 5 [abt 1925] S GA GA GA;
SMITH Will Father-in-law M W 54 [abt 1876] Wd GA GA GA None;
-- Paul Bro-in-law M W 18 [abt 1912] S GA GA GA;
-- Wilbur Bro-in-law M W 16 [abt 1914] S GA GA GA.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7PT-F7N : accessed 15 Oct 2012), Harman Hood, La Grange, Militia District 655, Troup, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 141-12, sheet 3A, family 52, NARA digital publication T627, roll 715.
Harman Hood head M 42 GA
Minnie M Hood wife F 37 GA
Frances Hood dau F 15 GA
William A Smith father-in-law M 65 GA

Frances married James Holsey DANIELL, son of James Levi DANIELL and Bessie BLACKSTOCK. He died in 1992 in Troup County, Georgia.

Frances is buried in Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, Troup County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 25675940:

FRANCES HOOD
DANIELL
MAR. 15, 1925
JUNE 29, 2007

Obituary:
Mrs. Frances H. Daniell, 82, of LaGrange, passed away Friday, June 29, 2007 at Hospice LaGrange. She was born March 15, 1925; daughter of the late Louie Harmon and Minnie Merle Smith Hood. She was a homemaker and member of First Baptist Church on the Square. Survivors include several nieces and nephews, including Rebecca Davis of Columbus. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Holsey Daniell. Funeral services for Mrs. Frances H. Daniell will be at 2:00 Saturday at the Hunter-Allen-Myhand Chapel, with Rev. James Skipworth officiating. Interment will be at Shadowlawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour before the service. Flowers will be accepted or those desiring may contribute in memory of Mrs. Frances Daniell to First Baptist Church on the Square, Hospice LaGrange, or their favorite charity. Condolences may be expressed and memories shared in the guest book at www.hunterallenmyhand.com.

"DANIELL, FRANCES H 15 Mar 1925 29 Jun 2007 (V) 82 31808 (Fortson, Muscogee, GA) 30240 (Lagrange, Troup, GA) Georgia 259-22-9415" [SSDI]
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James Levi DANIELL and Effie MALONEY




Husband James Levi DANIELL 2346

         Born: 20 February 1882 - Thomas County, Georgia 170,4028
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 November 1953 - Ellis County, Texas 4028
       Buried: 18 November 1953 - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery 4028


       Father: John Levi DANIELL (1852-1913) 1638
       Mother: Emily M. POPE (1849-1891) 4019


     Marriage: 14 November 1905 - Ellis County, Texas



Wife Effie MALONEY 2346

         Born: 29 October 1882 - Ellis County, Texas 43,1680
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 June 1975 - Chandler, Ellis County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery


       Father: James Madison MALONEY (1846-1923) 1681
       Mother: Margaret Elizabeth SMYER (1845-1931) 1682




Children
1 F Lynis DANIELL

         Born: 14 November 1906 - Ellis County, Texas 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 August 2000 - Henderson County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Chandler Memorial Cemetery
       Spouse: Norman Wiley LINSEY 1181,1182
         Marr: Abt 1930


2 M Leon DANIELL 2346

         Born: 28 August 1909 - Ellis County, Texas 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 January 1997 - Henderson County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Chandler Memorial Cemetery
       Spouse: Rachel Caldonia ASHTON 43,2345
         Marr: 24 October 1935


3 F Maurine DANIELL 168,2346

         Born: 2 October 1911 - Ellis County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 May 1913 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 12 May 1913 - Maloney Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas



4 F Elizabeth DANIELL 2346

         Born: 13 August 1913 - Ellis County, Texas 2350
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 August 1982 - Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas 2350
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Burial Park 2350
       Spouse: Herman Ogdon ASHTON 2345
         Marr: 1935 - Navarro County, Texas


5 M James Levi DANIELL, Jr. 4029

         Born: 1 May 1918 - Ellis County, Texas 4029
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 February 1919 - Ellis County, Texas 4029
       Buried:  - Maloney Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas 4029



6 F Wynell DANIELL 4030

         Born: 18 September 1921 - Ellis County, Texas 4030
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 January 2007 - Dallas County, Texas 4030
       Buried: 30 January 2007 - Hillcrest Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas 4030
       Spouse: J. B. ODOM
         Marr: 12 January 1940 - Ellis County, Texas 4030



General Notes: Husband - James Levi DANIELL

James Levi DANIELL, born Feb 1882 in Thomas County, Georgia, was a son of John Levi DANIELL and Emily "Emma" POPE.

James' family moved to Ellis County, Texas abt 1887. His mother died there in 1891. James and his siblings were raised by his oldest sister "Lydia."

In 1905, James married Effie MALONEY, daughter of James M. and Margarette MALONEY of Ellis County.

In the 1910 U.S. Census of Ellis County, Texas, J. L. DANIELL, 28, his wife, Effie, 27, and children, Lynis, F, 3, and Leon, 7 months are named. James Levi DANIELL and Effie MALONEY, born in Texas, had been married for 4 years. James was a farmer and employed others to work on his farm. James' father was born in Alabama and his mother in Georgia. Effie's parents were both born in Georgia. On the same census page are two MALONEY families, Wilson MALONEY, 25, and J. C. MALONEY, 60, and wife, Mary, 55.

1920 census - Texas, Ellis County, Justice Precinct No. 1; Series: T625 Roll: 1800 Page: 61: DANIEL, James L. Head O M M W 37 M GA GA GA General Farm; Effie Wife F W 37 M TX GA GA; Lynes Dau F W 13 S TX GA TX; Leon Son M W 10 S TX GA TX; Elizabeth Dau F W 6 S TX GA TX.

In stories told by James Levi's daughter Wynelle ODOM, James was a "trickster" as a child. She said that once he had brushed his younger brother Ed's teeth using the dog's tail. On another occasion James was running from his older sister Lyda and tried to go under the barn. In the scramble to get under the barn, he became stuck with his rump stuck out. Lyda found a board and proceeded to spank James while he was stuck. James later said he sure wished that he hadn't tried to go under that barn.

James Levi is buried in Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas. His headstone, pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 25554214 created by John Smith on Mar 26, 2008 reads:

JAMES L. DANIELL
FEB. 20, 1882
NOV. 17, 1953

Death certificate extracts: James Levi Daniell: Death: 17 Nov 1953, Waxahachie, Ellis, Texas; Age: 71 years 8 months 27 days; Birth Date: 20 Feb 1882, Pavo, Georgia; Marital Status: Married; Spouse: [blank]; Father: John Levi Daniell, born in Georgia; Mother: Emma Pope, born in Georgia; Occupation: Retired Farmer; Residence: Prec. 1, Waxahachie, Ellis, Texas; Cemetery: Hilcrest Burial Park, Burial: Waxahachie, Texas, 18 Nov 1953
[labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2114064, Digital Film Number: 4167324, Image Number: 1871, Reference Number: cn.61103, Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976]

Obituary: J. L. DANIELL DIES AT HOME NORTH OF WAXAHACHIE
J. L. (Jim) Daniell, 71, a retired farmer of Ellis county, died at his home north of Waxahachie at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral serices were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Saxon-Boze-Mitchell funeral home chapel with Rev. C. D. Wooten, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Nash Masonic Lodge in charge at Hillcrest Burial park. Mr. Daniell was born in Pavo, Ga., on Feb. 20, 1882. He was a member of the Waxahachie First Methodist church and a member of the Nash Masonic Lodge 638. He was married to Miss Effie Maloney on Nov. 14, 1905, at Maloney, Texas. Mr. Daniell came to Texas in 1890 and settled in the Nash-Howard communities. He farmed in the Nash-Howard communities until moving to Waxahachie 14 years ago. He was past worshipful mastor of Nash Masonic Lodge 638 and a past patron of Nash Eastern Star. Survivors include his widow; a son, Leon Daniell of Baytown; three daughters, Mrs. Norman Lindsey of Chandler, Texas, Mrs. Herman Ashton and Mrs. J. B. Odom both of Waxahachie; a brother, C. E. Daniell of Boyd; a sister, Mrs. L. T. Johnson of Waxahachie; and five grandchildren. [Waxahachie Daily Light, Wed., 18 Nov 1953, p. 1, col. 2, transcribed by Teresa Griffis]]


General Notes: Wife - Effie MALONEY

Effie MALONEY was identified as James Levi DANIELL's wife by Margaret ASHTON of Waxahachie, Texas in a telephone conversation on May 9, 2004. Margaret is the wife of Owen ASHTON, son of Herman Ogdon ASHTON who married Elizabeth DANIELL, Wynelle's sister. Margaret said that Effie was 92 when she died.

In the 1900 census of Ellis County, Effie MALONEY is 17, born in October 1882 in Texas. She lives with her parents, James 53 & Margie 54, both from Georgia, who have been married for 32 years, 8 children, 7 living. (1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Pct 1; Series: T623 Roll: 1629 Page: 63)

Effie is buried in Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas. Her headstone, pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 25554230, created by John Smith on Mar 26, 2008, reads:

EFFIE DANIELL
OCT. 29, 1882
JUNE 5, 1975

Death certificate extracts: Effie Daniel: Death: 05 Jun 1975; Chandler, Henderson, Texas; Age: 92 years; Birth: 29 Oct 1882, Texas; Father: J M Maloney; Mother: Margarette Elizabeth Smyer. [labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2240147; Digital Film Number: 4005486; Image Number: 00609; Reference Number: 44784; Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.]

Obituary: CHANDLER--Mrs. Effie Maloney Daniel, 913 W. Marvin, Waxahachie, died here today while visiting in the home of a daughter. Funeral services are pending with the Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home of Waxahachie. Waxahachie Daily Light, Thurs., 5 June 1975, page 8, col. 5. Transcribed by Teresa Griffis.]

Obituary: DANIELL RITES HELD HERE TODAY
Funeral services for Mrs. Effie Maloney Daniell, 92, 916 W. Marvin, were conducted at 4 p.m. today at the Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Robert Richmond, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in the Hillcrest Burial Park. Mrs. Daniell died Thursday at Chandler while visiting in the home of a daughter there. She was born at Malone on Oct. 29, 1882, and had lived in Waxahachie since 1939. Mrs. Daniell was a member of the First United Methodist Church and of the Adult Bible Class. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star at Nash and had for several years worked a the Swagon Garment Co. of Waxahachie. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. L. Daniell, in 1953. Survivors include a son, Leon Daniell of Chandler; 3 daughters, Mrs. Norman Lindsey of Chandler, Mrs. Herman Ashton and Mrs. J. B. Odom, both of Waxahachie; 8 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were W. C. Bynum, J. E. Wakeland, Ewel Venable, Herschel Smith, Ralph Roebuck and Clyde King. [Waxahachie Daily Light, Friday, 6 June 1975, page 10, col. 4. Transcribed by Teresa Griffis.]
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James R. DANIELL, CSA and Sarah Frances PUGH




Husband James R. DANIELL, CSA 1345

          AKA: J. R. DANIEL, James H. DANIEL
         Born: December 1837 - Baldwin County, Georgia 2805
   Christened: 
         Died: 1914 - Worth County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Jesse DANIELL (1794-1860) 308
       Mother: Mary Ann TUCKER (1799-1880) 308,1345


     Marriage: 4 October 1863 - Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Julia Lilly PONDER 2805 - Bef 1882



Wife Sarah Frances PUGH 1343,1344

         Born: 22 October 1845 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 June 1931 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Thomas PUGH (Abt 1810-      ) 296,1343
       Mother: Martha A. --?-- (Abt 1814-      ) 296,1343




Children
1 F Jessie DANIELL 1344,3056

         Born: 31 December 1866 - Georgia 1034,3054
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 August 1946 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Linton S. HITCHCOCK 3054,3055
         Marr: Abt 1893 3054


2 M Charlie Newton DANIELL 1344

         Born: 8 January 1869 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 September 1917
       Buried:  - Northview Cemetery, Laurens County, Georgia
       Spouse: Ethel BENNETT
         Marr: Abt 1913


3 F Hattie DANIELL

         Born: 8 February 1874 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1958
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia
       Spouse: William Frederick DRAKE
         Marr: Abt 1894



General Notes: Husband - James R. DANIELL, CSA

James R. DANIELL, son of Jesse and Mary A. DANIELL of Baldwin County, Georgia, is named in the 1850 census as "James H. 12 M W GA". He is named in the 1870 census as James DANIELL, but is also found as DANIEL. Censuses indicate he was born between 1837 and 1842, the 1900 census lists Dec 1837 for his birth. He is the second son to be named James R. [Robert or Reese?], apparently named after Jesse and Mary's first child, born and died in 1817.

The Widow's Pension Application by "S. F. DANIEL", dated 8/12/1916, shows James R. DANIEL as her husband, documents their marriage on 4 Oct 1863, clearly shows she is Frances PUGH and that she was deserted by James, leaving her with three small children. She indicates that James died in 1914 in Worth County, Georgia, and also documents James' 1861 enlistment in the Confederate Army in Company A, Phillip's Legion, Cavalry, Milledgeville, Georgia. Testified to by John W. ROBERTS who served in the same unit with James until its surrender at Appomattox Court House. (http://docuweb.gsu.edu/iisg/digiraid1/OpenCollections/CivilWar/Baldwin/Bal-Daniel-F.con/Bal-Daniel-F.gif/3.jpg)

A biography by Angie Collier, August 13, 2003: James DANIEL (1842-????)
James DANIEL was born in 1842 to Jessie and Mary A. Daniel. They lived in Baldwin County, Georgia. James first married Fannie PUGH and had three children. The children included: Jessie born in 1867, Charlie Newton born Jan. 1, 1869, and Hattie born in 1873.
Oral history is that James' first wife was wealthy and her family did not like James because he was not well off. After having 3 children with Fannie, James went out to cut wood and kept walking never to return. On the 1880 census Fannie is alone with the 3 children and listed as widowed, however, James did have another wife and more children.
James moved to Alabama and married again. He had three more children including Johnnie Benjamin born July 23, 1882, Stella who later married George Adam BISHOP and Etta who later married a CULPEPPER.
According to Julia BISHOP, James told people that Charlie Newton was his nephew but on his death bed he admitted that Charlie Newton was a son from his first marriage. It is believed James died in South Georgia, possibly Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia. Written by Angie Collier, August 13, 2003 Sources: Pat Druce, Mildred Louise Daniel Seonyers, United States Census Records and Margie Daniel Voyles. ("Reproduced from The Daniel/Collier Website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~danielcollier")

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 11 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 134 Page: 173: 440 436 DANIELL, James 28 M W Farm laborer 150 GA; (next page) DANIELL, Frances 24 F W Keeping house GA; -- Jesse 3 M W GA; -- Charlie 1 M W GA. Next door is DANIELL Mary N. 16 (Age: 12 written above 16. The 12 is part of the 8/12 age for Lucy POSEY) F W House keeper GA living in the household of Fernando and Sarah POSEY, both 22, and Lucy POSEY, 8/12, born Sept 1869, all born in GA. Fernando POSEY, 22, is James' nephew, the son of his sister, Louisa DANIELL, and HENRY W. POSEY. Mary N. DANIELL, age 16, born abt 1854, may be Mary M. DANIELL, daughter of William H., another son of Jesse and Mary A. DANIELL. Family associations certainly indicate it. If so, Mary is a niece to James and first cousin to Henry A. POSEY.

On the company roll of the "Salem Grays" published in the Union and Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Oct. 14, 1874, page 3 are:
DANIEL, J. R. - 1st Sgt. [James R., uncle of F. C. & B. D. POSEY, husband of Sarah Frances PUGH]
POSEY, F C - 2nd Sgt. [Fernando C., brother of B. D.]
POSEY, B. D. - 4th Corp'l. [Bright Damascus, brother of F. C.]
PUGH, Thos - Private
and others.

In the settlement of the estate of James' mother, Mary A. DANIEL, in Baldwin County, Georgia, Nov 1881, James DANIEL is named as an heir, whereabouts not known. He had previously deserted his wife and family and left the county. His share of the estate and that of his brother John Thomas was entrusted to Samuel W. DAVIS, administrator, "until the same is claimed or demanded by them or until further order of said court." Samuel was James' nephew, son of his sister, Martha Ann, wife of William A. DAVIS. It is not known if James ever collected his $29.80.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Worth County, 867-Militia Dist.; Series: T623 Roll: 230 Page: 158: Line 43 DANIELL J. R. Head W M Dec 1837 62 M 30 GA GA SC; -- Julia Wife W F Aug 1857 42 M 30 3 3 GA GA GA Farmer; -- John Son W M July 1882 17 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Etta Dau W F Sept 1891 8 S GA GA GA; -- Stella Dau W F Nov 1892 7 S GA GA GA; McDANIEL ____ Bell Dau B F Nov 1898 1 GA GA GA.

James' second wife was Julia Lilly PONDER, confirmed by information on the 1918 death certificate of their son, Johnny Benjamin DANIEL who died in Troup County, Georgia and was buried in Salem Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Frances PUGH

Sarah Frances PUGH was born 22 Oct 1845 in Baldwin County, Georgia, daughter of Thomas and Martha A. PUGH. She was called "Fanny".

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem Dist., 18 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 224:
721 666 Thomas PUGH 50 W M Speculator GA; Martha A. " 46 F W GA. Next door are his son, Jasper Littleton and two of his sisters.
722 667 Jasper L. PUGH 26 M W None GA; Clifford " 16 F W GA; Francis 14 F W GA.

Fanny PUGH married James R. DANIELL, son of Jesse and Mary A. DANIELL, a neighbor several farms away in the 1860 census.

James was not accepted as an equal by the PUGH family, mostly to do with his not being as prosperous as they were. James deserted Fannie and his children before 1880 when Fannie was head of household in the census. She and her children lived next door to her parents, Thomas PUGH, 70, wife Martha 66, and their God Son, Thomas PUGH, Jr., 20, all born GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Dist 115; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page 184: 105 107 DANIEL Fannie Head W F 33 Head of F Wid/Div Keeping House GA GA GA;-- Jessie W F 13 Dau S Working On Farm 3 GA GA GA; -- Charles W M 11 Son S Farm Laborer 1 GA GA GA-- Hattie W F 7 Dau S GA GA GA.

After 1900 and before the 1910 census, Fanny Daniel moved into the household of Linton S. HITCHCOCK and his wife, her daughter, Jessie, in Hancock County, Georgia. She lived with them through the 1920 census and may have lived out here life in Jessie's home.

Fanny is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. "FANNY PUGH DANIEL Oct 22, 1845 Jun 3, 1931", West side, Section B, Lot 39, Person 3. A picture of her gravestone shows the inscription "Mother's life was made beautiful by unselfishness and deeds of love."
[Find A Grave Memorial# 14998713]

On June 8, 1931, Joseph A, MOORE, Funeral Director, submitted a bill for $250.00 for the expenses of burying S. F. DANIEL, deceased pensioner "who died without owning sufficient property to pay this bill." The bill was notorized by Samuel L. TERRY of Baldwin County. Mr MOORE acknowleged payment on August 28, 1931. (Electronic image of this bill at: http://content.sos.state.ga.us/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/pension&CISOPTR=10666&REC=15) 1344


Notes: Marriage

Baldwin County, Georgia Marriage license Number 973, dated 2 October 1863 with marriage date of 4 October 1863 certifying James DANIEL and Frances PUGH. This is a certified copy of the original attested to by W. H. STEINBRIDGE, Ordinary, as recorded on page 208 of Book C, Marriage Licenses. John W. ROBERTS, in witnessing Frances' widow's pension application, stated he was present at the wedding. (http://docuweb.gsu.edu/iisg/digiraid1/OpenCollections/CivilWar/Baldwin/Bal-Daniel-F.con/Bal-Daniel-F.gif/8.jpg (NOTE: Indexed as DANIEL, J. R.)
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James R. DANIELL, CSA and Julia Lilly PONDER




Husband James R. DANIELL, CSA 1345

          AKA: J. R. DANIEL, James H. DANIEL
         Born: December 1837 - Baldwin County, Georgia 2805
   Christened: 
         Died: 1914 - Worth County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Jesse DANIELL (1794-1860) 308
       Mother: Mary Ann TUCKER (1799-1880) 308,1345


     Marriage: Bef 1882

 Other Spouse: Sarah Frances PUGH 1343,1344 - 4 October 1863 - Baldwin County, Georgia



Wife Julia Lilly PONDER 2805

         Born: August 1857 - Georgia 2805
   Christened: 
         Died: After 29 November 1918
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Johnnie Benjamin DANIEL 3323

          AKA: Johnny Benjamin DANIEL 2805
         Born: 23 July 1882 - Georgia 3957
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 November 1918 - Troup County, Georgia 3323
       Buried: 30 November 1918 - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia 3323
       Spouse: Sallie Eliza DRISKILL
         Marr: 8 February 1905 - Georgia


2 F Etta Lou DANIEL 2805,3881

         Born: 26 September 1891 - Georgia 2805
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 July 1924 - Lanier County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Seaborn David CULPEPPER


3 F Stella Ethel DANIEL

          AKA: Stella Ethel DANIELL 2805
         Born: 8 November 1892 - Georgia 2805
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 December 1962
       Buried:  - Southview Cemetery, Upson County, Georgia
       Spouse: George Adams BISHOP 911
         Marr: 4 July 1916



General Notes: Husband - James R. DANIELL, CSA

James R. DANIELL, son of Jesse and Mary A. DANIELL of Baldwin County, Georgia, is named in the 1850 census as "James H. 12 M W GA". He is named in the 1870 census as James DANIELL, but is also found as DANIEL. Censuses indicate he was born between 1837 and 1842, the 1900 census lists Dec 1837 for his birth. He is the second son to be named James R. [Robert or Reese?], apparently named after Jesse and Mary's first child, born and died in 1817.

The Widow's Pension Application by "S. F. DANIEL", dated 8/12/1916, shows James R. DANIEL as her husband, documents their marriage on 4 Oct 1863, clearly shows she is Frances PUGH and that she was deserted by James, leaving her with three small children. She indicates that James died in 1914 in Worth County, Georgia, and also documents James' 1861 enlistment in the Confederate Army in Company A, Phillip's Legion, Cavalry, Milledgeville, Georgia. Testified to by John W. ROBERTS who served in the same unit with James until its surrender at Appomattox Court House. (http://docuweb.gsu.edu/iisg/digiraid1/OpenCollections/CivilWar/Baldwin/Bal-Daniel-F.con/Bal-Daniel-F.gif/3.jpg)

A biography by Angie Collier, August 13, 2003: James DANIEL (1842-????)
James DANIEL was born in 1842 to Jessie and Mary A. Daniel. They lived in Baldwin County, Georgia. James first married Fannie PUGH and had three children. The children included: Jessie born in 1867, Charlie Newton born Jan. 1, 1869, and Hattie born in 1873.
Oral history is that James' first wife was wealthy and her family did not like James because he was not well off. After having 3 children with Fannie, James went out to cut wood and kept walking never to return. On the 1880 census Fannie is alone with the 3 children and listed as widowed, however, James did have another wife and more children.
James moved to Alabama and married again. He had three more children including Johnnie Benjamin born July 23, 1882, Stella who later married George Adam BISHOP and Etta who later married a CULPEPPER.
According to Julia BISHOP, James told people that Charlie Newton was his nephew but on his death bed he admitted that Charlie Newton was a son from his first marriage. It is believed James died in South Georgia, possibly Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia. Written by Angie Collier, August 13, 2003 Sources: Pat Druce, Mildred Louise Daniel Seonyers, United States Census Records and Margie Daniel Voyles. ("Reproduced from The Daniel/Collier Website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~danielcollier")

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 11 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 134 Page: 173: 440 436 DANIELL, James 28 M W Farm laborer 150 GA; (next page) DANIELL, Frances 24 F W Keeping house GA; -- Jesse 3 M W GA; -- Charlie 1 M W GA. Next door is DANIELL Mary N. 16 (Age: 12 written above 16. The 12 is part of the 8/12 age for Lucy POSEY) F W House keeper GA living in the household of Fernando and Sarah POSEY, both 22, and Lucy POSEY, 8/12, born Sept 1869, all born in GA. Fernando POSEY, 22, is James' nephew, the son of his sister, Louisa DANIELL, and HENRY W. POSEY. Mary N. DANIELL, age 16, born abt 1854, may be Mary M. DANIELL, daughter of William H., another son of Jesse and Mary A. DANIELL. Family associations certainly indicate it. If so, Mary is a niece to James and first cousin to Henry A. POSEY.

On the company roll of the "Salem Grays" published in the Union and Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Oct. 14, 1874, page 3 are:
DANIEL, J. R. - 1st Sgt. [James R., uncle of F. C. & B. D. POSEY, husband of Sarah Frances PUGH]
POSEY, F C - 2nd Sgt. [Fernando C., brother of B. D.]
POSEY, B. D. - 4th Corp'l. [Bright Damascus, brother of F. C.]
PUGH, Thos - Private
and others.

In the settlement of the estate of James' mother, Mary A. DANIEL, in Baldwin County, Georgia, Nov 1881, James DANIEL is named as an heir, whereabouts not known. He had previously deserted his wife and family and left the county. His share of the estate and that of his brother John Thomas was entrusted to Samuel W. DAVIS, administrator, "until the same is claimed or demanded by them or until further order of said court." Samuel was James' nephew, son of his sister, Martha Ann, wife of William A. DAVIS. It is not known if James ever collected his $29.80.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Worth County, 867-Militia Dist.; Series: T623 Roll: 230 Page: 158: Line 43 DANIELL J. R. Head W M Dec 1837 62 M 30 GA GA SC; -- Julia Wife W F Aug 1857 42 M 30 3 3 GA GA GA Farmer; -- John Son W M July 1882 17 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Etta Dau W F Sept 1891 8 S GA GA GA; -- Stella Dau W F Nov 1892 7 S GA GA GA; McDANIEL ____ Bell Dau B F Nov 1898 1 GA GA GA.

James' second wife was Julia Lilly PONDER, confirmed by information on the 1918 death certificate of their son, Johnny Benjamin DANIEL who died in Troup County, Georgia and was buried in Salem Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Julia Lilly PONDER

Julia Lilly PONDER, born 1857 in Georgia, was the second wife of J. R. DANIELL, named in the 1900 census of Worth County, Georgia, and confirmed on the 1918 death certificate of her son, Johnnie Benjamin DANIEL.


Notes: Marriage

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~danielcollier/Biographies/jdaniel.html

The 1900 census says that J. R. DANIELL and Julia have been married for 30 years. According to census birth information, she was 13 and James was 33.
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James Russell DANIELL and Michelle ROWLAND




Husband James Russell DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Russell DANIELL (1948-2009)
       Mother: Sarah E. TAYLOR


     Marriage: 



Wife Michelle ROWLAND (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Gary ROWLAND
       Mother: Deborah KINLEIN




Children
1 M Mathew Luke DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII and Thelma LEE




Husband James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII 1267

         Born: 7 June 1920 - Thomas County, Georgia 1268
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 February 1984 - Hillsborough County, Florida 1269
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Gulf of Mexico 1270


       Father: James Ulmer DANIELL (1899-1969) 815
       Mother: Jewell G. SINGLETARY (1898-1995)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER 1159,1271 - 5 October 1941 - Collier County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER 1159,1271 - 8 July 1946 - Broward County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Margaret --?--

 Other Spouse: Flora WARMOUTH



Wife Thelma LEE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII

James Talbot DANIELL was born on 7 Jun 1920 near Pavo, Georgia on the farm where his parents, James Ulmer and Jewel Singletary DANIELL, and grandparents, Charles Henry and Mary Melvina Baker DANIELL, lived. He was called "Talbot" by the family and was known as "Big Bud" or "Bud" to his stepmother, Carmen SWANSON, and half brothers, Robert Louis and Walter Earl DANIELL.

Talbot accompanied his parents and younger brother Walter Fritz DANIELL to Miami after the family farm was sold in 1923.
Talbot and his brother Fritz returned to Pavo to live on Granddaddy Daniell's farm for several years after their mother left their father. While there, Talbot's brother, Fritz, contracted colitis (some say pleurisy) and died there at his grandfather's farm on May 6, 1936.
Family recollections say that Talbot was talking to his grandfather Charles Henry DANIEL on the front porch of the Pavo homestead when Charles Henry suffered a heart attack and died on August 10, 1936. They had been discussing airplanes when Talbot was asked to bring in some firewood. When he returned to the front porch, Charles Henry had died sitting in his rocking chair.

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Dade County, Area C, Miami Pct 78; nara publication number: T627, nara roll number: 631, sheet number and letter: 10A, line number: 25, digital folder number: 005449622, image number: 00552: enumeration district number: 69-89A:
S. W. 12th Ave. 434 331 Rent $15/mo. DANIELL Jewel Head F W 42 M H-2 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Dressmaker Private family $600; -- James Son M W 19 S H-4 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Stock clerk Dept Store $210
["United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZF-TXD : accessed 15 July 2012), James Daniell in household of Jewel Daniell, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 78, Dade, Florida, United States.]

James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, married Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.

On 10 October 1941, Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. He became a bombardier/gunner in B-26 Martin Marauder medium bombers with the 8th Air Force during World War II. According to stories, he was in North Afica, Sicily, and Italy. It was said that he was shot down on three occasions, all behind German lines, but always made it back to Allied lines. In one story, Bud and another crewman flipped a coin to see who would fly a particular mission as bombardier or turret gunner. Bud flew as bombardier. The aircraft returned from the mission with the gun turret blown away by a flak burst. Another story had him flying as bombardier/nose gunner when an altitude fused flak shell tore through the nose bubble just in front of him, ripping the nose bubble off the aircraft. In his picture, Bud wears Staff Sergeant chevrons and his hat shows the famous "50 mission crush" favored by Army aviators. His decorations include Aircrew Member wings, the Air Medal with Oak Leaf clusters, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, the American Defense Service Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal.

Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938 - 1946 (Enlistment Records) record:
ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 34057394
NAME DANIELL JAMES T
RESIDENCE: STATE #2 Undefined Code
RESIDENCE: COUNTY 025 Undefined Code
PLACE OF ENLISTMENT 4213 CP BLANDING FLORIDA
DATE OF ENLISTMENT DAY 10
DATE OF ENLISTMENT MONTH 10
DATE OF ENLISTMENT YEAR [19]41
GRADE: Private
BRANCH: Air Corps
TERM OF ENLISTMENT 0 Undefined Code
LONGEVITY ###
SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL - Selective Service within 3 months of Discharge
NATIVITY GEORGIA
YEAR OF BIRTH [19]20
RACE AND CITIZENSHIP White, citizen
EDUCATION 3 years of high school
CIVILIAN OCCUPATION Shipping and receiving clerks
MARITAL STATUS Single, without dependents
COMPONENT OF THE ARMY Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) CARD NUMBER # #
BOX NUMBER 0746
FILM REEL NUMBER 1.263
(http://aad.archives.gov/aad/series-description.jsp?s=3360&cat=all&bc=sl)

Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J T Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

James T. Daniell married Thelma Lee in 1944 in Dade County, Florida, Spouse not named on this record. Volume: 962, Certificate number: 44622 ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJVM-N59 : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T. Daniell, 1944.]

James Talbett [sic] Daniell and Thelma Lee divorced in 1946 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 12641, Volume 352. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VK4H-MBT : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James Talbett Daniell and Thelma Lee, 1946.]

James Talbot Daniell remarried Betty Ammer in July 1946. They had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service.

James T. Daniell and Bettye J. Daniell divorced in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 5301, Volume 1171. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKWB-QTG : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Bettye J Daniell, 1966.]

James T. married third Margaret. They divorced in June 1969 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 16429, Volume 1367. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCY-KMW : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Margaret Daniell, 1969.]

"The last time I saw Big Bud was in late July 1969. He stopped by my father and mother's home in Pensacola as we were packing things up to move Carmen into an apartment. This was about a week after our father's burial. Bud had not known about his father's death because no one knew where or how to contact him. Bud was traveling then, and members of his half-brothers' families did not hear from him after 1969."

James Talbott [sic] DANIELL married Flora MELTON, maiden name WARMOUTH, on 18 Aug 1973 in Polk County, Florida..[Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001, Florida Department of Health, Polk County, Florida, Volume: 3427, Certificate: 057697]

The Social Security Death Index lists DANIELL, James, 267-03-3078, issued in Florida, born 07 Jun 1920, died Feb 1984. His last residence was Hillsborough County, FL 33587.
The Florida Death Index, 1936-1998 at Ancestry.com shows: Name: James Talbott [sic] Daniell; Death Date: 9 Feb 1984; County of Death: Hillsborough; State of Death: Florida; Age at Death: 63; Race: White; Gender: Unknown; Birth Date: 7 Jun 1920.

James Talbot DANIELL died Thursday, February 9, 1984, Hillsborough Co., Florida. His obituary was published in the TAMPA TRIBUNE, Feb. 14, 1984: "JAMES T. DANIELL, 63, of Sydney, died Thursday. Born in Georgia, he came to the Bay area in 1969 from West Palm Beach. He was a member of Loyal Order of Moose. He is survived by his wife, Flora; two sons, James T. Jr. and William, both of Riviera Beach; five stepsons, Merlyn YOUNG of Rhode Island, Kevin BOUGH and Jeffrey MELTON, both of Maine, Mark MELTON and Tim, both of Florida; two stepdaughters, Cheryl WARICK of Lakeland and Mary SMITH of Gallatin, Tenn.; his mother, Jewell EATON of Winter Haven; and eight grandchildren. The Neptune Society." [NOTE: The Neptune Society is a cremation and sea scattering service. James Talbot's ashes were scattered at sea.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 52056287
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James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII and Flora WARMOUTH




Husband James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII 1267

         Born: 7 June 1920 - Thomas County, Georgia 1268
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 February 1984 - Hillsborough County, Florida 1269
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Gulf of Mexico 1270


       Father: James Ulmer DANIELL (1899-1969) 815
       Mother: Jewell G. SINGLETARY (1898-1995)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER 1159,1271 - 5 October 1941 - Collier County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Thelma LEE

 Other Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER 1159,1271 - 8 July 1946 - Broward County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Margaret --?--



Wife Flora WARMOUTH (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: MELTON


Children

General Notes: Husband - James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII

James Talbot DANIELL was born on 7 Jun 1920 near Pavo, Georgia on the farm where his parents, James Ulmer and Jewel Singletary DANIELL, and grandparents, Charles Henry and Mary Melvina Baker DANIELL, lived. He was called "Talbot" by the family and was known as "Big Bud" or "Bud" to his stepmother, Carmen SWANSON, and half brothers, Robert Louis and Walter Earl DANIELL.

Talbot accompanied his parents and younger brother Walter Fritz DANIELL to Miami after the family farm was sold in 1923.
Talbot and his brother Fritz returned to Pavo to live on Granddaddy Daniell's farm for several years after their mother left their father. While there, Talbot's brother, Fritz, contracted colitis (some say pleurisy) and died there at his grandfather's farm on May 6, 1936.
Family recollections say that Talbot was talking to his grandfather Charles Henry DANIEL on the front porch of the Pavo homestead when Charles Henry suffered a heart attack and died on August 10, 1936. They had been discussing airplanes when Talbot was asked to bring in some firewood. When he returned to the front porch, Charles Henry had died sitting in his rocking chair.

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Dade County, Area C, Miami Pct 78; nara publication number: T627, nara roll number: 631, sheet number and letter: 10A, line number: 25, digital folder number: 005449622, image number: 00552: enumeration district number: 69-89A:
S. W. 12th Ave. 434 331 Rent $15/mo. DANIELL Jewel Head F W 42 M H-2 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Dressmaker Private family $600; -- James Son M W 19 S H-4 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Stock clerk Dept Store $210
["United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZF-TXD : accessed 15 July 2012), James Daniell in household of Jewel Daniell, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 78, Dade, Florida, United States.]

James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, married Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.

On 10 October 1941, Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. He became a bombardier/gunner in B-26 Martin Marauder medium bombers with the 8th Air Force during World War II. According to stories, he was in North Afica, Sicily, and Italy. It was said that he was shot down on three occasions, all behind German lines, but always made it back to Allied lines. In one story, Bud and another crewman flipped a coin to see who would fly a particular mission as bombardier or turret gunner. Bud flew as bombardier. The aircraft returned from the mission with the gun turret blown away by a flak burst. Another story had him flying as bombardier/nose gunner when an altitude fused flak shell tore through the nose bubble just in front of him, ripping the nose bubble off the aircraft. In his picture, Bud wears Staff Sergeant chevrons and his hat shows the famous "50 mission crush" favored by Army aviators. His decorations include Aircrew Member wings, the Air Medal with Oak Leaf clusters, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, the American Defense Service Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal.

Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938 - 1946 (Enlistment Records) record:
ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 34057394
NAME DANIELL JAMES T
RESIDENCE: STATE #2 Undefined Code
RESIDENCE: COUNTY 025 Undefined Code
PLACE OF ENLISTMENT 4213 CP BLANDING FLORIDA
DATE OF ENLISTMENT DAY 10
DATE OF ENLISTMENT MONTH 10
DATE OF ENLISTMENT YEAR [19]41
GRADE: Private
BRANCH: Air Corps
TERM OF ENLISTMENT 0 Undefined Code
LONGEVITY ###
SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL - Selective Service within 3 months of Discharge
NATIVITY GEORGIA
YEAR OF BIRTH [19]20
RACE AND CITIZENSHIP White, citizen
EDUCATION 3 years of high school
CIVILIAN OCCUPATION Shipping and receiving clerks
MARITAL STATUS Single, without dependents
COMPONENT OF THE ARMY Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) CARD NUMBER # #
BOX NUMBER 0746
FILM REEL NUMBER 1.263
(http://aad.archives.gov/aad/series-description.jsp?s=3360&cat=all&bc=sl)

Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J T Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

James T. Daniell married Thelma Lee in 1944 in Dade County, Florida, Spouse not named on this record. Volume: 962, Certificate number: 44622 ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJVM-N59 : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T. Daniell, 1944.]

James Talbett [sic] Daniell and Thelma Lee divorced in 1946 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 12641, Volume 352. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VK4H-MBT : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James Talbett Daniell and Thelma Lee, 1946.]

James Talbot Daniell remarried Betty Ammer in July 1946. They had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service.

James T. Daniell and Bettye J. Daniell divorced in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 5301, Volume 1171. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKWB-QTG : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Bettye J Daniell, 1966.]

James T. married third Margaret. They divorced in June 1969 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 16429, Volume 1367. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCY-KMW : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Margaret Daniell, 1969.]

"The last time I saw Big Bud was in late July 1969. He stopped by my father and mother's home in Pensacola as we were packing things up to move Carmen into an apartment. This was about a week after our father's burial. Bud had not known about his father's death because no one knew where or how to contact him. Bud was traveling then, and members of his half-brothers' families did not hear from him after 1969."

James Talbott [sic] DANIELL married Flora MELTON, maiden name WARMOUTH, on 18 Aug 1973 in Polk County, Florida..[Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001, Florida Department of Health, Polk County, Florida, Volume: 3427, Certificate: 057697]

The Social Security Death Index lists DANIELL, James, 267-03-3078, issued in Florida, born 07 Jun 1920, died Feb 1984. His last residence was Hillsborough County, FL 33587.
The Florida Death Index, 1936-1998 at Ancestry.com shows: Name: James Talbott [sic] Daniell; Death Date: 9 Feb 1984; County of Death: Hillsborough; State of Death: Florida; Age at Death: 63; Race: White; Gender: Unknown; Birth Date: 7 Jun 1920.

James Talbot DANIELL died Thursday, February 9, 1984, Hillsborough Co., Florida. His obituary was published in the TAMPA TRIBUNE, Feb. 14, 1984: "JAMES T. DANIELL, 63, of Sydney, died Thursday. Born in Georgia, he came to the Bay area in 1969 from West Palm Beach. He was a member of Loyal Order of Moose. He is survived by his wife, Flora; two sons, James T. Jr. and William, both of Riviera Beach; five stepsons, Merlyn YOUNG of Rhode Island, Kevin BOUGH and Jeffrey MELTON, both of Maine, Mark MELTON and Tim, both of Florida; two stepdaughters, Cheryl WARICK of Lakeland and Mary SMITH of Gallatin, Tenn.; his mother, Jewell EATON of Winter Haven; and eight grandchildren. The Neptune Society." [NOTE: The Neptune Society is a cremation and sea scattering service. James Talbot's ashes were scattered at sea.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 52056287
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James Ulmer DANIELL and Jewell G. SINGLETARY




Husband James Ulmer DANIELL 815

         Born: 8 May 1899 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: Abt 1958 - Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Miami, Florida
         Died: 18 July 1969 - Miami, Dade, Florida 43
       Buried: 21 July 1969 - Brunswick Memorial Park, Glynn County, Georgia


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481


     Marriage: 22 January 1919 - Grady County, Georgia (Divorced before 1937) 2486

 Other Spouse: Carmen Kathryn SWANSON 2175,2487 - 16 January 1937 - Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida



Wife Jewell G. SINGLETARY

          AKA: Jewel G. 43
         Born: 24 June 1898 - Thomas County, Georgia 43,2480
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 June 1995 - Cobb County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Crestlawn Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


       Father: Walter Hayes SINGLETARY (1869-1935)
       Mother: Lessie SINGLETARY (1874-1959)



 Other Spouse: Edgar Charles EATON - 19 May 1941 - Broward County, Florida


Children
1 M James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII 1267

         Born: 7 June 1920 - Thomas County, Georgia 1268
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 February 1984 - Hillsborough County, Florida 1269
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Gulf of Mexico 1270
       Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER 1159,1271
         Marr: 5 October 1941 - Collier County, Florida. (Divorced in 1944)
       Spouse: Thelma LEE (living)
       Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER 1159,1271
         Marr: 8 July 1946 - Broward County, Florida. (Divorced in 1966)
       Spouse: Margaret --?-- (living)
       Spouse: Flora WARMOUTH (living)


2 M Walter Fritz DANIELL

         Born: 4 March 1923 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 April 1936 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Pierce Chapel Cemetery, Grady County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - James Ulmer DANIELL

James Ulmer DANIELL was born on the family farm in Pavo, Georgia on May 8, 1899, the tenth child of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER. His family called him by his middle name, Ulmer, and did so throughout his life. In Miami, with his second family and friends, he was always called "Jimmy", never "Ulmer."

Why the middle name of Ulmer? Tongue in cheek, C. L. DANIEL of Interlachen, Florida, James' nephew, told me, "They got it from the Sear's catalog." More likely, since no blood link to an ULMER family has been found, James' middle name was to honor Carlton ULMER of Grady County, Georgia, a deacon of the Primitive Baptist Church. James' parents were Baptist and lived near the border between Grady and Thomas County.

Another nephew, James F. DANIELL of Winchester, Tennessee, knew James as a teenager and tells a story about "Ulmer" having a horse named "Rabbit" and his brother, Byver, having a mule named "Kate." When it was time to plow the field, Byver would call "Kate" who would come to him to be hitched to the plow. When James called, "Rabbit." Rabbit would run into the barn and have to be forced from the stall and lead to the plow.

James Ulmer always said that he won World War I. His claim being that when the Germans heard he was on the train to the induction camp, they surrendered.

After returning home, James, 19, married Jewel SINGLETARY, 17, on January 22, 1919 in Grady County, Georgia in a ceremony officiated by W. Harvey Wages, M. G. (Grady County, Marriages, Bride, 1906-1921, R-Z, page A477)

The U.S. Census of 1920 for Georgia, 1583 Militia District, Thomas County, T625, Roll: 280, page 12, 23 Jan 1920, shows "Chas DANIELL" and wife Mary live on their farm in Pavo. Also living with them are Byver DANIELL, 17, and his wife, Dollie, 18. There were several homes on the farm. George DANIELL, 22, and his wife, Mamie, 20, lived in one; James DANIELL, 20, and his wife, Jewel, 18, lived in another.

Soon after, James and Jewel moved to the small farm owned by his brother Joseph Lee DANIELL located halfway between two small country towns, Pavo and Coolidge, Georgia. They continued to live on the farm and had two sons, James Talbot DANIELL born in 1921, and Walter Fritz DANIELL born March 4, 1923.

James Ulmer moved his family to Miami, Florida before 1925. The farm had been sold in 1923. A picture of James and his family of four was taken in Miami with a sign "Miami FLA. 1925" near their feet. My father used to recollect, "When I first moved to Miami in 1925, I could have bought all of Coral Gables for $25, but I didn't have $25."

Prior to 1927, James worked for the City of Miami as a street car conductor, driving the trolley from Miami to Miami Beach across the Biscayne Bay causeway. A picture of James and his streetcar is in the family records. The photo card shows James, in uniform, beside street car number 219 with one foot on the car's front step. The destination shown on the front of the car is "West Flagler", the main downtown street in Miami. When the infamous hurricane of 1927 hit Miami, the trolley bridges and tracks linking Miami and Miami Beach were destroyed and never rebuilt. James then went to work as a garage man for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and later as a commercial fisherman.

In 1930, James, 31, and family , live at 209 S. W. 17th Avenue in Miami. He is indexed as "Daniell, James W.", but it looks like a U with a "tail" that may have been interpreted as a "W" by the transcriber. Jewell G. is 31, J. Talbot, 9, and W. Fritz, 7. James earns his living as a "Salesman, Tires - auto". Living with James and Jewell is Reiman E. AUSTIN, "roomer", 35, single, who is also works as a "Salesman, Tire - auto, probably one of James' co-workers. Reiman ws born in Tennessee and is a World War I veteran. [U.S. Census, Series: T626 Roll: 310 Page: 28]

1935 Florida State Census, Dade County, Miami, Pct 11, Line 22 -25:
DANIELD[sic] Jewell 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 36 White Wife Ga Grade Rent Housewife
-- James 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 36 White Husband Ga Grade Tire man
-- Talbot 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 15 White Son Ga Grade Student
-- Fritz 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 12 White Son Ga Grade Student
[labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2425150, Digital Folder Number: 4280085, Image Number: 00876, Collection: Florida State Census, 1935]

Jewel divorced James in 1936 and married Edgar C. EATON. Family lore siad he was a doctor, but the 1945 Florida Population Census lists him and Jewel and shows his occupation as a bookkeeper.

In a letter from Charles Loyd DANIELL, dated Jan 7, 2003, "C. L." wrote, "We moved to Thomasville, GA in 1923. Dad [Joseph Lee DANIELL] sold the farm and went to work with the Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Where he retired. Your dad [James Ulmer DANIELL] lived on the farm when he and Jewel got married and he had two boys...Fritz died at Granddaddy Daniell's home on the farm at Pavo - in Thomas County Ga -...had colitis....buried in Grady Co....The cemetery is located on U.S. 84 between Cairo and Thomasville. Your dad went to Miami back in the late 20's - He worked for Goodyear Tire + Rubber Co.... He and Jewel lived there for a long while...she met a doctor there and fell for him + she asked Uncle for a divorce. And she married this doctor.... I can say one thing your mother (Carmen Catherine SWANSON) was a fine lady. I loved her as a sister. I never got to see her after Uncle Ulmer passed."

In his father's obituary, 1936, James Ulmer was listed as "J. E. DANIEL" of Miami, Florida.

James Ulmer DANIELL married Carmen Katherine SWANSON on 16 January 1937. James, now known as "Jimmy" DANIELL, was hired by the U.S. Post Office in Miami, Florida as a substitute laborer that same year, eventually becoming a regular employee.

Their first son, Robert Louis DANIELL was born in 1942. His brother, Walter Earl DANIELL was born in 1944.

1945 Florida State Census, Dade County, Miami, Pct 39, Line 38-41:
DANIELL James U. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 45 Ga Grad H.S. Laborer
-- Carman K. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 38 Miss G.S. HW
-- Bobby L. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 3 Fla
-- Earl W. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 1 Fla
Nearby:
BAKER E. J. 1400 N.W. 43rd St 29 Ga G.S. Navy
-- Dorothy 1400 N.W. 43rd St 24 Ga Grad H.S. HW
[labs.familysearch.org, Film number: 2425180, Digital Folder Number: 4280220, Image Number: 00896, Collection: Florida State Census, 1945. Note: Indexed as James V. Daniell]

Jimmy never lost his love for fishing. He was always the one who caught the most and the biggest. He had many adventures and told many stories, some no doubt embellished, but all near the truth. We always had fish in the freezer. He would fish anywhere, anytime, ranging from the freshwaters of his boyhood home in Georgia to the salt waters of the Florida Keys. I remember one of his trips to the keys when he brought home a large, live sea turtle in the trunk of his car. The turtle had crushed the corner of his toolbox in its beak. He often took his sons fishing as well, though we regularly tried his patience. On a trip to Lake Okeechobee, fishing from a stone covered dyke, I went to retrieve a "lucky" minnow thrown off the hook by a fish I'd caught. As I reached for the minnow, I froze just a foot or two from a moccasin. Calling Dad, he approached from above, telling me to jump back when the rock he was going to throw hit the snake. Did that. The snake started toward the water. Dad told me to grab it and throw it back up the dyke. No way. Dad bounded down the dyke, caught it by the tail, slung it up the slope, then killed it with a rock. True story.. I was about 10 when that happened. When my parents visited us in California in 1966, Dad had his chance to fish for salmon. We took a commercial charter trip out of Sausalito, through San Francisco Bay, passing under the Golden Gate Bridge into the Pacific Ocean. He was the only one on the boat to catch his limit, three, and had the largest salmon to boot. My last fishing trip with my father was in Gulfport, Mississippi in early July, 1969. We rented a skiff, and true to form, he caught both the most and the biggest speckled trout. After more than forty years, I can still see the grin on his face.

James worked for the U. S. Post Office for over 24 years, mostly driving large trucks hauling sacks of mail and parcels to and from post offices and train depots in the 1940s and 50s. He was a strong man, made so by having to load and unload his own truck at each location. He once lifted two 70 pound mail sacks, holding one in each hand held straight out from his sides when another driver bet him that he couldn't.

James joined the Motor Vehicle Employees Postal Union. He eventually became President of the Miami Branch of the union, serving as such for a number of years.

A letter from Mr. E. M. DUNLAP, Postmaster, congratulating James Ulmer on his retirement effective November 1, 1965 states, "In reviewing your record, I found that you began your postal career on December 3, 1937 when you were appointed as a laborer, after which you served as a garageman-driver, driver-mechanic, and motor vehicle operator until you were promoted to your present position of dispatcher on August 5, 1961. During your many years of faithful service, you have always been cooperative and willing to do whatever was assigned to you. You are to be commended for your fine record and for your ability to work so well with fellow employees and supervisors."

Upon retiring, James and Carmen sold their Miami home. They moved to Waynesville, Georgia where they lived with Carmen's sister and her husband, Agnes and Rennis BERNARD. Rennis owned and operated the Waynesville Naval Store in this very small community about 18 miles west of Brunswick. Jimmy assisted Rennis in keeping the store.

Several years later, James and Carmen moved to Pensacola, Florida. There they lived close to their youngest son, Earl, and his wife, Elesa Diane [LLOYD] who were stationed at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. They were also only an hour or so from their oldest son, Bob, and his wife, Linda Joyce [DITMORE], who were stationed at Keesler Air Force Base and lived in Gulfport, Mississippi.

In mid-July of 1969, James and Carmen went to Miami, Florida for the funeral of a dearest, long time friend, Byron Thorpe "B. T." SCOTT. On the morning of July 16th, after the funeral, Jimmy woke, stood up, fell back into their bed and died there. Earl went to Miami to accompany his mother and Dad's casket, taken by train, from Miami to Thalmann, Georgia. Bob went to Brunswick to meet the train and prepare things there for the funeral. James' funeral mass was conducted at Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, followed by interment in Brunswick Memorial Park.

James often told the story of his going to see a fortune teller at a state fair in his youth. Among insights given to him, he was told, "You will not live to see men walk on the moon." He told this story on numerous occasions and repeated it several times when he visited me in Gulfport, Mississippi in early July, 1969. The final preparations for the first landing of a man on the moon were the headline news of the day, culminating in the launch of the The Apollo 11 moon mission from Cape Canaveral, Florida on July 16, 1969. On July 20, 1969, four days after my father died, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.

James Ulmer DANIELL and Carmen Katherine Swanson DANIELL are buried together in Brunswick Memorial Park, Glynn County, Georgia. Grave markers read: "Daniell, James V., b. 8 May 1899, d. 16 Jul 1969, m. Carmen", and "Daniell, Carmen, b. 27 Nov 1906, d. 23 Sep 1986, m. James V. Daniell", and are located in the section called Palmetto Garden 1. James middle initial is presented as a "V" in the classic engraving tradition of using "V" for the letter "U".

James' name is in several obituaries and the 1930 census as "James E." or "J. E." DANIELL. These errors may be because the writer heard James "Elmer", not James Ulmer DANIELL. (Robert L. Daniell)

Social Securty Death Index: "James DANIELL Birth Date: 8 May 1899 Death Date: Jul 1969 Social Security Number: 262-03-5324 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Florida Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 32506 Localities: Pensacola, Escambia, Florida."


General Notes: Wife - Jewell G. SINGLETARY

Jewell G. SINGLETARY was born 24 Jun 1898 in Grady County, Georgia, a daughter of Walter Hayes SINGLETARY and Lessie SINGLETARY. She is listed in records as both Jewell and Jewel.

Jewell married James Ulmer DANIELL on January 22, 1919 in Grady County. The U.S. Census for 1920 shows Jewel, 18, and James, 20, living on his father's farm in Pavo, Georgia. Their children were James Talbot DANIELL and Walter Fritz DANIELL.

James took his family to Miami, Florida in the mid 1920's. A picture of James, Jewell, Talbot and Fritz taken in Miami includes the notation "Miami FLA. 1925."

Jewel became enamored of a Mr. Edgar C. EATON in Miami. She divorced James and married Edgar about 1936. Family lore said EATON was a doctor. The 1945 Florida Population Census lists Jewel's husband as Edgar C. EATON, bookkeeper.

After the divorce, James and Jewell's sons Talbot and Fritz lived for several years at James' father's farm. While there, Fritz contracted colitis (some say pluresy) and died in 1936 at Charles Henry DANIELL's home. He was buried in Pierce Chapel Cemetery, Grady County, located on Pierce Chapel Road, north off U.S. Highway 84 between Cairo and Thomasville. The only DANIELL buried there, he is buried beside his SINGLETARY grandparents.

1945 Florida Population Census, Dade County, Miami Pct 75, Line 3 & 4:
EATON Edgar C. 321 S.W. 7 St Apt 1 49 Georgia High Bookkeeper
-- (Mrs.) Jewel 321 S.W. 7 St Apt 1 45 Georgia High Housewife
[labs.familysearch.org, Film number: 2425182, Digital Folder Number: 4280222, Image Number: 00682, Collection: Florida State Census, 1945]

Jewell EATON of Winter Haven, Florida is named in the 1984 obituary of her son, James Talbot DANIELL.

The Thomasville Times-Enterprise, Thomasville, Georgia, July 5, 1990, published the obituary of Bessie SINGLETARY, Jewell's father's sister. Among Bessie's survivors are "niece Jewell EATON" and Jewell's sister, Flossie (SNIPES?), lived in Miami according to the obit. (Note: When I was a young boy in Miami in the 1940s and 50s, I recall occasionally being taken to visit "Aunt Flossie." At that time, I did not understand that she was the aunt of my half-brother James Talbot and the sister of my father's first wife. RLD)

The Georgia Deaths Index, 1919-98 lists Jewel G. EATON; Death Date, 10 Jun 1995; County of Death: Cobb; Gender, F; Race, W; Age: 96 years; County of Residence, Columbia; Certificate, 023722; Date Filed, 15 Jun 1995. Smyrna, Georgia is located in Cobb County.

"JEWEL G EATON 24 Jun 1898 Jun 1995 30080 (Smyrna, Cobb, GA) 30080 (Smyrna, Cobb, GA) 265-22-3614 Florida" [SSDI]

Jewel and Edgar Eaton are buried in Crestview Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia. [grandson, James Talbot Daniell, Jr.]

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James Ulmer DANIELL and Carmen Kathryn SWANSON




Husband James Ulmer DANIELL 815

         Born: 8 May 1899 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: Abt 1958 - Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Miami, Florida
         Died: 18 July 1969 - Miami, Dade, Florida 43
       Buried: 21 July 1969 - Brunswick Memorial Park, Glynn County, Georgia


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481


     Marriage: 16 January 1937 - Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Jewell G. SINGLETARY - 22 January 1919 - Grady County, Georgia (Divorced before 1937) 2486



Wife Carmen Kathryn SWANSON 2175,2487

         Born: 27 November 1906 - Hancock County, Mississippi 43
   Christened: 16 December 1906 - Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, New Orleans, Louisiana
         Died: 22 September 1986 - Panama City, Bay County, Florida 43
       Buried: 25 September 1986 - Brunswick Memorial Park, Glynn County, Georgia 4031


       Father: Eleck SWANSON (1864-1923) 2175,2743
       Mother: Catherine ROWAN (1875-1926) 2175,2743



 Other Spouse: Alexander B. JACKSON - 12 June 1924 - Forrest County, Mississippi (Divorced in 1935)


Children
1 M CMSgt Robert Louis DANIELL, USAF, Vietnam (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Patricia Arleen MATTSON (living)
       Spouse: Linda Joyce DITMORE (living)


2 M Colonel Walter Earl DANIELL, USMC, Vietnam (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elesa Diane LLOYD (living)



General Notes: Husband - James Ulmer DANIELL

James Ulmer DANIELL was born on the family farm in Pavo, Georgia on May 8, 1899, the tenth child of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER. His family called him by his middle name, Ulmer, and did so throughout his life. In Miami, with his second family and friends, he was always called "Jimmy", never "Ulmer."

Why the middle name of Ulmer? Tongue in cheek, C. L. DANIEL of Interlachen, Florida, James' nephew, told me, "They got it from the Sear's catalog." More likely, since no blood link to an ULMER family has been found, James' middle name was to honor Carlton ULMER of Grady County, Georgia, a deacon of the Primitive Baptist Church. James' parents were Baptist and lived near the border between Grady and Thomas County.

Another nephew, James F. DANIELL of Winchester, Tennessee, knew James as a teenager and tells a story about "Ulmer" having a horse named "Rabbit" and his brother, Byver, having a mule named "Kate." When it was time to plow the field, Byver would call "Kate" who would come to him to be hitched to the plow. When James called, "Rabbit." Rabbit would run into the barn and have to be forced from the stall and lead to the plow.

James Ulmer always said that he won World War I. His claim being that when the Germans heard he was on the train to the induction camp, they surrendered.

After returning home, James, 19, married Jewel SINGLETARY, 17, on January 22, 1919 in Grady County, Georgia in a ceremony officiated by W. Harvey Wages, M. G. (Grady County, Marriages, Bride, 1906-1921, R-Z, page A477)

The U.S. Census of 1920 for Georgia, 1583 Militia District, Thomas County, T625, Roll: 280, page 12, 23 Jan 1920, shows "Chas DANIELL" and wife Mary live on their farm in Pavo. Also living with them are Byver DANIELL, 17, and his wife, Dollie, 18. There were several homes on the farm. George DANIELL, 22, and his wife, Mamie, 20, lived in one; James DANIELL, 20, and his wife, Jewel, 18, lived in another.

Soon after, James and Jewel moved to the small farm owned by his brother Joseph Lee DANIELL located halfway between two small country towns, Pavo and Coolidge, Georgia. They continued to live on the farm and had two sons, James Talbot DANIELL born in 1921, and Walter Fritz DANIELL born March 4, 1923.

James Ulmer moved his family to Miami, Florida before 1925. The farm had been sold in 1923. A picture of James and his family of four was taken in Miami with a sign "Miami FLA. 1925" near their feet. My father used to recollect, "When I first moved to Miami in 1925, I could have bought all of Coral Gables for $25, but I didn't have $25."

Prior to 1927, James worked for the City of Miami as a street car conductor, driving the trolley from Miami to Miami Beach across the Biscayne Bay causeway. A picture of James and his streetcar is in the family records. The photo card shows James, in uniform, beside street car number 219 with one foot on the car's front step. The destination shown on the front of the car is "West Flagler", the main downtown street in Miami. When the infamous hurricane of 1927 hit Miami, the trolley bridges and tracks linking Miami and Miami Beach were destroyed and never rebuilt. James then went to work as a garage man for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and later as a commercial fisherman.

In 1930, James, 31, and family , live at 209 S. W. 17th Avenue in Miami. He is indexed as "Daniell, James W.", but it looks like a U with a "tail" that may have been interpreted as a "W" by the transcriber. Jewell G. is 31, J. Talbot, 9, and W. Fritz, 7. James earns his living as a "Salesman, Tires - auto". Living with James and Jewell is Reiman E. AUSTIN, "roomer", 35, single, who is also works as a "Salesman, Tire - auto, probably one of James' co-workers. Reiman ws born in Tennessee and is a World War I veteran. [U.S. Census, Series: T626 Roll: 310 Page: 28]

1935 Florida State Census, Dade County, Miami, Pct 11, Line 22 -25:
DANIELD[sic] Jewell 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 36 White Wife Ga Grade Rent Housewife
-- James 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 36 White Husband Ga Grade Tire man
-- Talbot 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 15 White Son Ga Grade Student
-- Fritz 5624 N.W. 2 Ave Miami 12 White Son Ga Grade Student
[labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2425150, Digital Folder Number: 4280085, Image Number: 00876, Collection: Florida State Census, 1935]

Jewel divorced James in 1936 and married Edgar C. EATON. Family lore siad he was a doctor, but the 1945 Florida Population Census lists him and Jewel and shows his occupation as a bookkeeper.

In a letter from Charles Loyd DANIELL, dated Jan 7, 2003, "C. L." wrote, "We moved to Thomasville, GA in 1923. Dad [Joseph Lee DANIELL] sold the farm and went to work with the Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Where he retired. Your dad [James Ulmer DANIELL] lived on the farm when he and Jewel got married and he had two boys...Fritz died at Granddaddy Daniell's home on the farm at Pavo - in Thomas County Ga -...had colitis....buried in Grady Co....The cemetery is located on U.S. 84 between Cairo and Thomasville. Your dad went to Miami back in the late 20's - He worked for Goodyear Tire + Rubber Co.... He and Jewel lived there for a long while...she met a doctor there and fell for him + she asked Uncle for a divorce. And she married this doctor.... I can say one thing your mother (Carmen Catherine SWANSON) was a fine lady. I loved her as a sister. I never got to see her after Uncle Ulmer passed."

In his father's obituary, 1936, James Ulmer was listed as "J. E. DANIEL" of Miami, Florida.

James Ulmer DANIELL married Carmen Katherine SWANSON on 16 January 1937. James, now known as "Jimmy" DANIELL, was hired by the U.S. Post Office in Miami, Florida as a substitute laborer that same year, eventually becoming a regular employee.

Their first son, Robert Louis DANIELL was born in 1942. His brother, Walter Earl DANIELL was born in 1944.

1945 Florida State Census, Dade County, Miami, Pct 39, Line 38-41:
DANIELL James U. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 45 Ga Grad H.S. Laborer
-- Carman K. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 38 Miss G.S. HW
-- Bobby L. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 3 Fla
-- Earl W. 1377 N.W. 43 Str 1 Fla
Nearby:
BAKER E. J. 1400 N.W. 43rd St 29 Ga G.S. Navy
-- Dorothy 1400 N.W. 43rd St 24 Ga Grad H.S. HW
[labs.familysearch.org, Film number: 2425180, Digital Folder Number: 4280220, Image Number: 00896, Collection: Florida State Census, 1945. Note: Indexed as James V. Daniell]

Jimmy never lost his love for fishing. He was always the one who caught the most and the biggest. He had many adventures and told many stories, some no doubt embellished, but all near the truth. We always had fish in the freezer. He would fish anywhere, anytime, ranging from the freshwaters of his boyhood home in Georgia to the salt waters of the Florida Keys. I remember one of his trips to the keys when he brought home a large, live sea turtle in the trunk of his car. The turtle had crushed the corner of his toolbox in its beak. He often took his sons fishing as well, though we regularly tried his patience. On a trip to Lake Okeechobee, fishing from a stone covered dyke, I went to retrieve a "lucky" minnow thrown off the hook by a fish I'd caught. As I reached for the minnow, I froze just a foot or two from a moccasin. Calling Dad, he approached from above, telling me to jump back when the rock he was going to throw hit the snake. Did that. The snake started toward the water. Dad told me to grab it and throw it back up the dyke. No way. Dad bounded down the dyke, caught it by the tail, slung it up the slope, then killed it with a rock. True story.. I was about 10 when that happened. When my parents visited us in California in 1966, Dad had his chance to fish for salmon. We took a commercial charter trip out of Sausalito, through San Francisco Bay, passing under the Golden Gate Bridge into the Pacific Ocean. He was the only one on the boat to catch his limit, three, and had the largest salmon to boot. My last fishing trip with my father was in Gulfport, Mississippi in early July, 1969. We rented a skiff, and true to form, he caught both the most and the biggest speckled trout. After more than forty years, I can still see the grin on his face.

James worked for the U. S. Post Office for over 24 years, mostly driving large trucks hauling sacks of mail and parcels to and from post offices and train depots in the 1940s and 50s. He was a strong man, made so by having to load and unload his own truck at each location. He once lifted two 70 pound mail sacks, holding one in each hand held straight out from his sides when another driver bet him that he couldn't.

James joined the Motor Vehicle Employees Postal Union. He eventually became President of the Miami Branch of the union, serving as such for a number of years.

A letter from Mr. E. M. DUNLAP, Postmaster, congratulating James Ulmer on his retirement effective November 1, 1965 states, "In reviewing your record, I found that you began your postal career on December 3, 1937 when you were appointed as a laborer, after which you served as a garageman-driver, driver-mechanic, and motor vehicle operator until you were promoted to your present position of dispatcher on August 5, 1961. During your many years of faithful service, you have always been cooperative and willing to do whatever was assigned to you. You are to be commended for your fine record and for your ability to work so well with fellow employees and supervisors."

Upon retiring, James and Carmen sold their Miami home. They moved to Waynesville, Georgia where they lived with Carmen's sister and her husband, Agnes and Rennis BERNARD. Rennis owned and operated the Waynesville Naval Store in this very small community about 18 miles west of Brunswick. Jimmy assisted Rennis in keeping the store.

Several years later, James and Carmen moved to Pensacola, Florida. There they lived close to their youngest son, Earl, and his wife, Elesa Diane [LLOYD] who were stationed at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. They were also only an hour or so from their oldest son, Bob, and his wife, Linda Joyce [DITMORE], who were stationed at Keesler Air Force Base and lived in Gulfport, Mississippi.

In mid-July of 1969, James and Carmen went to Miami, Florida for the funeral of a dearest, long time friend, Byron Thorpe "B. T." SCOTT. On the morning of July 16th, after the funeral, Jimmy woke, stood up, fell back into their bed and died there. Earl went to Miami to accompany his mother and Dad's casket, taken by train, from Miami to Thalmann, Georgia. Bob went to Brunswick to meet the train and prepare things there for the funeral. James' funeral mass was conducted at Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, followed by interment in Brunswick Memorial Park.

James often told the story of his going to see a fortune teller at a state fair in his youth. Among insights given to him, he was told, "You will not live to see men walk on the moon." He told this story on numerous occasions and repeated it several times when he visited me in Gulfport, Mississippi in early July, 1969. The final preparations for the first landing of a man on the moon were the headline news of the day, culminating in the launch of the The Apollo 11 moon mission from Cape Canaveral, Florida on July 16, 1969. On July 20, 1969, four days after my father died, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.

James Ulmer DANIELL and Carmen Katherine Swanson DANIELL are buried together in Brunswick Memorial Park, Glynn County, Georgia. Grave markers read: "Daniell, James V., b. 8 May 1899, d. 16 Jul 1969, m. Carmen", and "Daniell, Carmen, b. 27 Nov 1906, d. 23 Sep 1986, m. James V. Daniell", and are located in the section called Palmetto Garden 1. James middle initial is presented as a "V" in the classic engraving tradition of using "V" for the letter "U".

James' name is in several obituaries and the 1930 census as "James E." or "J. E." DANIELL. These errors may be because the writer heard James "Elmer", not James Ulmer DANIELL. (Robert L. Daniell)

Social Securty Death Index: "James DANIELL Birth Date: 8 May 1899 Death Date: Jul 1969 Social Security Number: 262-03-5324 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Florida Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 32506 Localities: Pensacola, Escambia, Florida."


General Notes: Wife - Carmen Kathryn SWANSON

Carmen SWANSON is listed with her parents "Eleck" and Kate Swanson in the 1920 Census for Harrison County, Mississippi. On the census, it appears her name was entered as "Carmel", age 13, and indicates she was born in Mississippi. She had always said that she was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. In response to an request for a birth certificate to apply for social security benefits, on October 19, 1972, the Bureau of Vital statistics, Department of Health, City of New Orleans, sent the following letter:

"TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that a search of our indexes for the years 1905-1907 fails to reveal the birth of Carmen Catherine SWANSON allegedly born in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 27, 1906. Mother: Catherine ROWAN. Father: Alex SWANSON." Signed: Lucile G. Penouilh, Deputy Registrar.

Carmen's Certificate of Baptism reads "Sts. Peter and Paul Church, New Orleans, Louisiana This is to Certify That Carmen Catherine Child of Alex SWANSON and Catherine ROWAN Born in New Orleans on the 27th day of November 1906 was Baptized on the 16th day of December 1906 According to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church by the Rev. M. JANANA the Sponsors being J. HEMELT and Viola ROWAN as appears from the Baptismal Register of this Church Date Dec 12, 1952 Volume 4 Page 445 No. 308 (signed) Chas L. Carroll Pastor". This certificate was undoubtedly used to verify her age for social security purposes. The letter above and this certificate are stapled together.

Carmen SWANSON signed her name several different ways as listed on various documents. In addition to Carmen Kathryn, she also used Carmen Katherine, Carmen Catherine, and Carmen K. and Carmen S.

Carmen was raised in Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. She and her younger brother Michael are listed in the sixth and seventh grade rolls for Kiln Consolodated High School, 1918-1919, Student Enrollment, page 34.

Carmen, age 16, was a witness to the marriage of her sister Agnes SWANSON to Rennis L. BERNARD on June 30, 1923 in the Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi.

A year later at 17, Carmen married Alexander B. JACKSON in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi, 12 June 1924. "SWANSON, Carmen JACKSON, Alex B. 12-Jun-1924 [Book] 9 [Page] 394" [Forrest County, Mississippi Genealogy and History; Forrest County Marriage Index - Groomshttp://www.msgw.org/forrest/public_html/marriages/marr-ndx-bride.htm]

This marriage did not work, and it was never discussed in her extended family. Carmen's sister, Agnes Bernard and family, lived in Georgia and operated Waynesville Naval Stores about 18 miles west of Brunswick, Georgia. This record may be Carmen, moved to be near her older sister. The given brith in Georgia for her and her parents may be a census error.
"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/37L2-JPZ : accessed 24 Sep 2013), Carmine Jackson in entry for Elisha C Wood, 1930. District: 0013, Brunswick, Glynn, Georgia. Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number: T626. Affiliate Film Number: 366. Sheet Number and Letter: 12A. Household ID: 294
Elisha C Wood Head M 35 North Carolina
Mary B Wood Wife F 37 North Carolina
Nancy A Wood Daughter F 3 North Carolina
Carmine [sic] Jackson Boarder F 23 Married Georgia GA GA

Carmen was separated from Alexander JACKSON by 1935 when she was listed on the1935 Florida State Census of Dade County, Miami, Precinct 35, Line 35:
"JACKSON Carmen 420 N.E. 1st Av 27 White Single Georgia High school Renter Beauty operator" [labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2425151, Digital Folder Number: 4280086, Image Number: 01280 Collection: Florida State Census, 1935]

Carmen Kathryn Jackson divorced Alexander B. Jackson in 1936 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 5992, Volume 81. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKZS-WT7 : accessed 24 Sep 2013), Alexander B Jackson and Carmen Kathryn Jackson, 1936.]

Carmen married second James Ulmer DANIELL on 16 January 1937 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. "Jimmy" was the love of her life. They made their home in Miami, Florida where they raised two sons, Robert Louis and Walter Earl.

Carmen worked in the Corpus Christi Elementary School cafeteria while her sons were enrolled there. She was later employed by Jackson Memorial Hospital. On September 15, 1965, Carmen was the honored guest at her retirement party held in Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida, where she was a Food Service Supervisor in Cafeteria No. 1. She had been employed by the hospital since 1957, and at the time of her retirement supervised over 25 employees.

Soon after her retirement, Jimmy retired from the U.S. Post Office. They moved to Waynesville, Georgia to be with her sister and brother-in-law, Agnes and Rennis BERNARD. A few years later, they moved again, to Pensacola, Florida to be near their son Earl and family who were stationed at NAS Pensacola.

After Jimmy died in 1969, Carmen resided several more years in Pensacola, later moved to Virginia with Earl and his family and in 1976 moved to Panama City, Florida to be with her son Robert and his family who were stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base.

Carmen died in Panama City on 22 September 1986. Her obituary was published in the News-Herald, Panama City, Fla., Sept. 24, 1986, Page 9A:
"Carmen Kathryn DANIELL, 79, of Panama City, died Monday in a local hospital. She was of the Roman Catholic faith and attended St. Dominic's Church. She also retired from Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Fla., which she had worked for 15 years as food supervisor. Mrs. DANIELL had been a resident of Bay County for nine years, coming from Pensacola. Mrs. DANIELL is survived by her two sons, Robert Louis DANIELL, Chief Master Sgt. retired, Panama City, Col. Walter Earl DANIELL, United States Marine Corps, Honolulu, Hawaii; five grandchildren, Kathleen Maris HAWKINS, Redding, Ga., Jill Christine DANIELL, Panama City, Jon DANIELL, Honolulu, Hawaii, Teresa DANIELL, Panama City, Jeremey DANIELL, Honolulu, Hawaii. Mass will be conducted at 9 a.m. on Thursday at the St. Francis Xavier Church in Brunswick, Ga., and interment will be in the Brunswick Memorial Gardens. Southerland Funeral Home" [Corrections to the spelling of names in this obituary: Kathleen Marie HAWKINS, Redding, California; Jeremy DANIELL. RLD]

James Ulmer and Carmen Swanson DANIELL rest in peace in Palmetto Garden 1, Brunswick Memorial Park, Glynn County, Georgia. Their graves are next to those of Carmen's beloved sister, Agnes and her husband Rennis Louis BERNARD. Carmen and Agnes were not just sisters, they were the closest of friends. Pictures of Carmen, Jimmy, and her grave marker are on Find A Grave Memorial# 34016920.

Carmen Kathryn Daniell died 22 Sep 1986 in Bay, Florida, at age 79. Certificate Number: 84698. ["Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VVW7-64V : accessed 22 Aug 2013), Carmen Kathryn Daniell, 1986.]

U.S. Social Security Death Index: Carmen DANIEL [sic] Birth Date: 27 Nov 1906 Death Date: Sep 1986 Social Security Number: 263-12-3889 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Florida Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 32401 Localities: Panama City, Bay, Florida. 2175


Notes: Marriage

Marriage was performed in the chambers of Broward County Judge Boyd. H. Anderson and witnessed by E. S. McPherson and Mrs J. T. Williams

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Tom T. HOLMES and Jean Porter DANIELL




Husband Tom T. HOLMES (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Jean Porter DANIELL

         Born: 14 August 1951 - Winchester, Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 December 2003 - Murfreesboro, Tennessee 2640
       Buried: 15 December 2003 - Franklin Memorial Gardens, Franklin County, Tennessee


       Father: CPO James Franklin DANIELL, USN, WWII (1911-2012)
       Mother: Jean Porter BEACHBOARD (1915-2002) 2636




Children

General Notes: Wife - Jean Porter DANIELL

"DANIELL, Jean Porter, age 52 of Murfreesboro died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2003. She was born August 14, 1951, the daughter of James Franklin Daniell of Winchester and the late Jean Beachboard Daniell a native of Winchester. She had lived in Murfreesboro for the past year. Jean was a teacher and resource teacher for several schools. She was a devout Christian, loved and respected by all who knew her, a person who will truly be missed by all. She attended the Winchester Church of Christ on the Cowan Hwy. She is survived by her husband T. T. Holmes of Murfreesbor (sic), her father, a brother, Dr. Jim, Daniell of Nashville, and a sister, Betty Ann Cutts of Morehead, KY. Graveside services will be held Monday, Dec 15, 2003 at 1 p.m. at Franklin Memorial Gardens in Winchester with Ed Boggess officiating." This obituary was provided by James F. Daniell to Robert L. Daniell in December 2003.

"JEAN P DANIELL 14 Aug 1951 09 Dec 2003 (V) 37398 (Winchester, Franklin, TN) (none specified) 409-78-1673 Tennessee" [SSDI]


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Jeremy Lloyd DANIELL and Ashley Cooper DICKSON




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       Father: Colonel Walter Earl DANIELL, USMC, Vietnam
       Mother: Elesa Diane LLOYD


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       Father: Captain James William DICKSON, USN
       Mother: Patricia Dee EISERT




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1 M Donovan Knox DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Isla Bryn DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Jesse DANIELL and Mary Ann TUCKER




Husband Jesse DANIELL 308

          AKA: Jesse Daniell AUSTIN,896 Jesse Daniell AUSTON,2400 Jesse DANIEL,2401 Jesse A. DANIEL
         Born: 9 September 1794 - Georgia 308,896
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         Died: 22 May 1860 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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       Father: AUSTON OR AUSTIN (Cir 1770-Between 1793/1798) 2400
       Mother: Betty DANIELL (Cir 1780-Bef 1797) 2400


     Marriage: 17 January 1816 - Washington County, Georgia 308



Wife Mary Ann TUCKER 308,1345

          AKA: Mary A. DANIEL
         Born: 31 August 1799 - South Carolina 308
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         Died: 1 June 1880 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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       Father: John Robert TUCKER (1768-1816) 2814,2815
       Mother: Ann REESE (1771-1846) 481,2814




Children
1 M James Robert DANIELL 308,4032

         Born: 24 May 1817 - Washington County, Georgia 308
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         Died: 10 July 1817 - Washington County, Georgia 308
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2 M Joseph Levi DANIELL 308

         Born: 9 January 1819 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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         Died: 12 September 1821 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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3 M Rev. John Thomas DANIELL, CSA

          AKA: John Thomas DANIEL,1889 Tater DANIEL,842 Tatum DANIEL 2295
         Born: 6 July 1820 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 April 1905 - LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Hillview Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
       Spouse: Lucinda ANGLE 1889,2296
         Marr: 8 September 1850 - Muscogee County, Georgia


4 M Arthur Reese DANIELL, CSA 308,3092

          AKA: Arther DANILLS 2588
         Born: 20 January 1822 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 2587
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       Spouse: Caroline R. PORTER 308,4013
         Marr: 30 November 1848 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308


5 M Robert Tucker DANIELL 304,308,309

          AKA: Robert T. DANIEL
         Born: 17 December 1823 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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         Died: Between 1900 and 1910 307
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Jane KINNEY 304,308,309,310
         Marr: 15 September 1850 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 308


6 F Martha Ann DANIELL 308,2751,3059

          AKA: Martha Ann DANIEL
         Born: 17 May 1825 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308,2751
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         Died: 30 November 1898 - Hancock County, Georgia 2751
       Buried:  - Linton Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: William A. DAVIS 308,3059
         Marr: 7 February 1847 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308


7 M William Harper DANIELL 304,308

          AKA: William Harper DANIEL 304
         Born: 23 May 1827 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308,3990
   Christened: 
         Died: After April 1910 446
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       Spouse: Sarah Ann HATCHER 304,2779
         Marr: 30 March 1852 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 3687


8 M Richard Marion DANIELL 308

         Born: 19 December 1828 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1834 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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9 F Louiza Constanza DANIELL 308,3092

          AKA: Louisa DANIEL
         Born: 25 September 1831 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308,3092
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         Died: 8 October 1897 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 9 October 1897 - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 3483
       Spouse: Henry W. POSEY 308
         Marr: 24 January 1847 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
       Spouse: John Francis Marion CALLAWAY 1145
         Marr: 11 September 1859 - Baldwin County, Georgia


10 F Annabella Elizabeth DANIELL 308,1345

          AKA: Anabella DANIEL
         Born: 15 December 1833 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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         Died: 1919 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


11 M Daniel Harrison DANIELL 308

         Born: 30 November 1835 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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         Died: 20 September 1840 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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12 M Mackerness Goode DANIELL

         Born: Cir 1840 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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         Died: 27 August 1842 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
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13 M James R. DANIELL, CSA 1345

          AKA: J. R. DANIEL, James H. DANIEL
         Born: December 1837 - Baldwin County, Georgia 2805
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         Died: 1914 - Worth County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Sarah Frances PUGH 1343,1344
         Marr: 4 October 1863 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Julia Lilly PONDER 2805
         Marr: Bef 1882


14 M Augustus S. DANIELL, CSA 1345

          AKA: Augustus DANIEL
         Born: Abt 1844 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 April 1865 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Jesse DANIELL

Jesse DANIELL was born Jesse Daniell AUSTON (or AUSTIN) on 9 September 1794 in Georgia. He is named as "my grandson Jesse Daniell AUSTON, son of Betty AUSTON" in the 1797 LW&T of his grandfather, James DANIELL. No other record concerning Jesse's parents has been found. His birth, 9 September 1794, was recorded in the Bible of his Uncle Levi DANIELL where he is named as Jesse Daniell AUSTIN.
Jesse was most likely orphaned before 1797. His parents were not given a bequeath in his grandfather's LW&T. In 1801 his Uncle Levi's estate is paying for his schooling. He was raised in the home of his Aunt Martha, Levi's widow, and her second husband, John DANIEL from Edgefield County, South Carolina, a cousin of Levi and Jesse. John and Martha's home in Hancock County, Georgia included Levi's three young children, James, Catherine, and Juliet DANIELL, as well as another eight children from Martha's marriage to John. Records reflect a particular effort to maintain Levi's children's DANIELL surname while John's family line used the DANIEL spelling of the surname. Jesse likely chose the double L spelling in lieu of the single L to reflect his direct family line. There is no record of Jesse having been adopted by John and Martha DANIEL.

In his grandfather's will, Jesse was given "when he comes of age, the land lying on the Oconey that I lent to my son Levi DANIELL. I also give him one half of the negroes I have Lent my wife after the death of my wife Nancy DANIELL." (The land is described in the Will as "one half of the tract of land I now live on the whole of which contains three bounties. Also I lend him [Levi] the use of half of a tract of land lying on the Ocony River in Washington County during the time of eighteen years - - -") A provision of the Will would revert Jesse's estate to his cousin, Patsy HENDRICK, if Jesse died without a lawful heir of his body. [James' widow, Nancy Hardwick DANIELL, remarried to James BARROW in 1802 and died 18 January 1814 in Baldwin County, Georgia.]

Levi died in Dec 1800, the lands were administered for Jesse by Levi's estate. Nancy died in 1814. On 12 March 1814, James BARROW filed "a schedule of all the Negroes with their increase now in life (except one Negro man, Sanco, sold by James BARROW) that were lent by the last Will and Testament of James DANIELL dec'd. to his widow and relict Nancy DANIEL, afterwards Nancy BARROW, wife of James BARROW, during her natural life: Old Tom, Zouer(?), Old Rachel, Charlotte, Hester, Flander, Acre, Daphney, George, Moriah, Hictor, Biner, Dover, Caty, Peter, Pompy, Peggy, Ned, Ellinney, Billy, Moriah, Levin, Becky, Bob, Rachel, Hector, Sam, Sally, Sucky, Driver, Jupiter, Bob, Ellick, Pompy, Flander." The schedule, recorded in Hancock County, was witnessed by Jacob COBB and Garland HARDWICK.

In Levi DANIEL's estate records, an 1802 entry shows payment to Lewis PARKER for boarding and schooling of Jesse OSTEN (sic) for 1801 and 1802.
Hancock County, Georgia Will Book E, page 151, Abstracts from the Account of cash paid for the estate of Levi DANIELL, John HERBERT, one of the executors of the said estate, lists:
31 Dec 1804 - to John DANIELL for clothing, lodging of Jesse D. AUSTON for the year 1802, 1803, 1804 @ 12/year 36.00
31 Dec 1804 - same for goods taken up in Aug. for said estate 91.23
30 Dec 1807 - same for articles furnished Jesse D. AUSTON in 1805,1806,1807 8.62 ˝
31 Dec 1807 - same for boarding, clothing James L. DANIELL in 1805, 1806, 1807 187.00
31 Dec 1807 - same for Jesse D. AUSTON 195.00
11 May 1809 - paid John DANIELLY Ordin in favor of Nath Lee STEWART teacher, for the tuition of Jesse DANIELL, Catherine DANIELL, each 4.93 3/4 in the year 1807 19.75

At age 13, on 27 November 1807, Jesse legally changed his surname to DANIELL. The Georgia Black Book", Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. (1807 entry) records, "Jesse Daniell AUSTIN changes name to Jesse DANIELL No father named 11-27-1807".
Another record of the name change was published on page 424 of "A Compliation of the Laws of the State of Georgia, passed by the Legislature Since the Political Year 1800, to the Year 1810, Inclusive.": "Whereas Jesse Daniel Austin, a minor, by his next friend, James Barrow[*], hath petitioned this Legislature to alter the name of the saod Jesse Daniel Austin, to that of Jesse Daniel: ... the said Jesse Daniel Austin, shall be known and called by the name of Jesse Daniel...."
[*James Barrow was the second husband of Jesse's step-grandmother, Nancy Hardwick Daniell Barrow. RLD]

On Dec. 10, 1807 , the Georgia legislature divided Baldwin County into four new counties -- Morgan, Jones, Putnam, and Randolph (renamed Jasper). In the same act, Baldwin County was given land east of the Oconee River taken from Hancock and Washington counties. The land Jesse inherited from his grandfather was on the Oconee in that part of Washington that was given to Baldwin.

The 1809 entry above reflects Jesse's surname change. His War of 1812 service record is as DANIELL, and the 1820 census so names him. Jesse's widow, Mary Ann (Tucker) DANIELL, included a Family Record, copied from a Bible, in her 1878 application for a War of 1812 widow's pension. Without variance, the names of her husband and thirteen children are clearly spelled DANIELL. These Bible records were certified to the court as correct by her brother, Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER of Baldwin County, Georgia. Still, various records for this family are found as DANIEL, including Jesse and Mary in the 1850 census of Baldwin County as well as their death records. Jesse's children are found with the DANIELL, DANIEL, and DANIELS surnames. [From contacts with living descendants, none use the double L spelling today. Jesse and Mary's son, Arthur, who seems to have used the double L all his life, had no children. RLD]

Jesse first volunteered for military service at age 17 years, nine months. During the War of 1812, he enlisted as a Private, serving in Capt. Tomlinson FORT's Company, Georgia Militia from 24 June 1812 to 28 September 1812. On 16 March 1852, Jesse testified before William H. SCOTT, Justice of the Inferior Court of Baldwin County, for the purpose of obtaining the County Land to which he may be entitled under the "Act granting bounty land to certain officers and soldiers who have been engaged in the military service of the United States" of September 28th 1850. He declared that he "was a Private in the Company commanded by Captain Tomlinson FORT, in the Regiment of Georgia Militia commanded by Col. SMITH of the United States Army, in the war with the Seminole Indians; that he volunteered at Milledgeville on or about 1st day of July A. D. 1812, for the term of three months, and was honorably discharged at St. Mary's on or about the 10th day of September A. D. 1812; that he received a certificate of discharge, which has since been lost; but as will appear by the muster rolls of said Company...." In further testimony, Jesse stated that he "was a Private in the Company commanded by Captain Seaborn JONES in the Regiment of Georgia Militia commanded by Colonel WILLIAMSON, in the war with the Creek Indians; that he volunteered at Sandersville, Washington County, on or about the first day if June A. D. 1836, and continued in actual service in said war for the term of two months and was honorably discharged at Columbus on or about the 11th day of August A. D. 1836; that he received no certificate of discharge, - but as will appear on the muster rolls of said Company." These records from the National Archives include Jesse's receiving bounty land warrants #62325-40-50, 40 acres, and #39075-120-55, 120 acres; his marriage to Mary A. TUCKER on 17 January 1816; his residence in Baldwin County in 1852, and 1855; and his death on 22 May 1860.

Jesse's widow, in her War of 1812 Widow's Pension Application, 13800, dated 1878, cited an additional service period from 10 July 1814 to 10 January 1815 "in Captain HORTON's Company, of Col. Thomas' Regiment" of Georgia Militia, and described Jesse at the time of this enlistment as "of medium size complection fair, read hare (sic), blue eyes, and weighed about one hundred + thirty pounds." Mary, at age 79, signed this page with a shaky hand. Her brother, Daniel R. TUCKER, and John R. SMITH attested it. (National Archives, War of 1812, record series M313, roll #24) No record supporting this service period was found.

Too good not to share: Jesse's physical description evoked this comment from Shannon Daniel Dukes, a fourth great-granddaughter: "I had to laugh out loud at the description given of him during his enlistment as red headed and blue eyed with fair skin. We have a running joke about the "Daniel" gene in my family because all the kids come out with fair skin, reddish/blonde hair and the bluest eyes you have ever seen." But even more interesting is that Jesse's paternal line is Austin/Auston, not Daniel/Daniell.

In January 1815, "William HARDWICK, Executor of the last will and testament of James DANIELL, dec'd, returned an account of Negroes which were lent by said will to Nancy DANIELL, wife of the said James, afterward Nancy BARROW during her natural life, together with their mansion which was ordered to be recorded." as recorded in the minutes of the Hancock County, Court of Ordinary. Half of these Negroes, lent to Nancy by James DANIELL, were bequeathed to his grandson, now Jesse DANIELL, nee Jesse Daniell AUSTON, and half to granddaughter "Patsy HANDRICK" upon Nancy's death. Patsy apparently died before 17 September 1805, the date of her father's Will in which he named but one child, Louisa Maria HENDRICK, Patsy's half-sister. Patsy's half then belonged to Jesse.

From the Georgia Journal, Dec. 20, 1815, page 3:
"Take Notice:
Some time past I read a piece in the Georgia Journal, signed James BARROW, in which he states, that after the death of his wife he called on the Executor of James DANIEL, deceased, - (meaning myself as I suppose) to take possession of a parcel of property held by his wife, during her life, consisting, as he says, of negroes, land and stock. In this it seems he would willingly induce a belief in the public mind, that I have neglected my duty as Executor. Now the fact is simply this - I did receive the land and negroes for Jesse DANIEL, agreeably to the Will of said deceased; and further, according to said Will, the stock of all kinds was given to Levi DANIEL, whose Executor (Robert McGINTY) was present when I received the other property, and acknowledged (to the best of my recollection) that the stock was then subject to his direction for the use of the heirs of Levi DANIEL, dec'd - and why they have not been taken away, I neither know or care. All these facts must have been known to Mr. BARROW. WILLIAM HARDWICH [sic]. November 5."

Jesse DANIELL and Mary A. TUCKER were married on 17 January 1816 in Washington County, Georgia by John WILLIAMS, a Justice of the Peace. Mary, born 31 August 1799 in Richland County, South Carolina, was the daughter of John Robert TUCKER and Ann REESE, then residents of Washington County. In her Widow's Pension Application, Mary related that neither she nor Jesse had been previously married and that she and Jesse made their home in Washington County for several years before moving to Baldwin County. Also in 1816, William HARDWICK, executor of the will of James DANIELL, returned to the Hancock County Court of Ordinary an account against Jesse DANIELL, a minor and legatee of James in the amount of eighteen hundred & ninety dollars, fifty one & one half cents, along with an account of money received for Jesse amounting to fifteen hundred & ninety three dollars and eighty nine cents.

Between 1817 and 1844, Jesse and Mary had 14 children: James Robert, born 24 May 1817, died 10 Jul 1817; Joseph Levi, born 9 Jan 1819, died 12 Sep 1821; John Thomas, born 6 Jul 1820, died 21 Apr 1905; Arthur Reese, born 20 Jan 1822, died aft 1880; Robert Tucker, born 17 Dec 1823, died aft 1880; Martha Ann, born 15 May 1825, died after 1880; William Harper, 23 May 1827, died aft 1900; Richard Marion, born 19 Dec 1828, died 18 Jan 1834; Louiza Costanza, born 25 Sep 1831, died aft 1880; Annabella Elizabeth, born 15 Dec 1833; Daniel Harrison, born 30 Nov 1835, died 20 Sep 1840; Mackerness Goode, born circa 1840, died 27 Aug 1842; James R., born abt 1842, died 1914; and Augustus S., born abt 1844, died 17 Apr 1865. Mary named 13 of her 14 children in her 1878 widow's pension application, providing dates of birth and death on most. James R., her fourteenth, is known from the 1850 census.

The 1818 Tax Digest Buchanans District (115th) included Jesse DANIEL - 180 - - 195 Baldwin - Goode Oconee - and Jesse DANIEL - - - - 100 Baldwin Tennel Goode Oconee -, showing Jesse, now 21, and Mary were in Baldwin County before 1818 and in possession of his land.

Published in the Georgia Journal, Jul. 13, 1819, page 4: "ON the first Tuesday in August next, will be sold at the court-house in the town of Milledgeville; 675 acres of land, more or less, on the east side of the Oconne river, adjoining Mackiness [sic] GOODE and others; taken as the property of Jesse DANIEL, to satisfy an execution in favor of John M'ARTHUR, and one in favor of Jacob P. TURNER. John WATSON, D. Sh'ff."

Published in the Georgia Journal, May 30, 1820, page 3: "ON the first Tuesday in July next, will be sold at the court-house in the town of Milledgeville, the following property; Four negroes, Peter, Dover, Flander, and Daphney, and 150 acres of land, more or less, adjoining GOODE and others; taken as the property of Jesse DANIEL, to satisfy an execution in favor of the executors of Levi DANIEL deceased and other fi fas vs. Jesse DANIEL."

Published in the Georgia Journal, Aug. 1, 1820, page 3: "ON the first Tuesday in September next, will be sold, at the court-house in the town of Milledgeville, between the usual hours of sale, the following property, viz: Five negroes, Caty, Sally, and her three children, Rachel, Andrew and Becky; taken as the property of Jesse DANIEL, to satisfy an execution in favor of the executors of Levi DANIEL, dec'd, and other fi fas vs. said Jesse DANIEL."

The 1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, No Twp Listed, 29 December 1820; Series: M33 Roll: 6 Page: 31, shows Jesse DANIELL, 16-26, with 2 sons under 10, a wife between 16-26, and 29 slaves. The two sons noted were Joseph Levi, and John Thomas. Names of interest around Jesse in 1820 are: Joseph TUCKER, 16-26, his next door neighbor and brother-in-law; John L. THOMAS and David THOMAS, both 26-45, two households from Jesse; James BOYKIN, 26-45, and Jesse PROSSER, 26-45, are nearby. Jesse's son Arthur R. married Caroline R. PORTER, according to a family Bible, her name is sometimes found as PROTHER or PROSSER. The BOYKIN family was associated with the DANIELL cousins in South Carolina.

Published in the Georgia Journal, Oct. 5, 1824 -- page 1: " For Sale On accomodating terms, the well known PLANTATION, adjoining GOODE and others, containg 575 acres - a large quantity of swamp land cleared and fit for cultivation. Titles undisputed. Terms made known on application to JESSE DANIEL. 9 miles below Milledgeville. Sept. 21."

Milledgeville Newspaper Clippings Vol 11 records Jesse DANIEL Washington County Georgia involved in five Sheriff's Sales: 1. 4/21/1828 page 36 (Note: there may be different dates on the following); 2. page 80; 3. page 83; 4. page 168; 5. page 237. Another, Milledgeville Newspaper Clippings Vol 111 Baldwin Co 1833-35 page 209 shows Mary A. DANIEL Sheriff's sale. (Mary Morris)

Jesse has not been found in the 1830 census, but from available records, his family should be listed as males "2 2 1 0 0 1" and females as "0 1 0 0 0 1". Their six children here being Richard Marion, 2, William Harper, 3, Robert Tucker, 6, Arthur Reese, 8, John Thomas, 10, and Martha Ann, 5.

It appears Jesse continued to resided in Baldwin County in 1830 when, on December 8, 1830, the Georgia Journal, Milledgeville, Georgia, published this advertisement: "BALDWIN Sheriff's Sale. - On the first __day of January next, will be sold at the courthouse in the town of Milledgeville, Baldwin county, between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit: For and during the lifetime of Jesse A. Daniel, the following named negroes, to wit: George, Maria, Charlotte, 40, Maria, George 13, Jackson 14, William 9, Alford 8, Simeon 6, Susan 4, Green 1, Sally 39. Ratchel 14, Andrew 12, rebecca 10, and Driver 39 years old, to satisfy a fi fa in favor of John R. Scott, one in favor of edwin Whitaker, one in favor of Meeker & Mcgee, and others vs said Daniel; pointed out by the trustee."

This record from 1832 is NOT PROVEN to be our Jesse DANIELL: 1832 Cherokee County Georgia Land Lottery, 16th District 2nd Section, Cherokee, Released 05 December 2002: 100 Jesse DANIEL, s. 1. w., 600th, Richmond. A Jesse DANIEL married Rebecca TINSLEY in 1813, Richmond County, Georgia. This was once thought to be a possible first marriage for our Jesse DANIELL, dispelled by Mary's statement that neither she nor Jesse had been previously married.

The 1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, 98th District; Series: M704 Roll: 53 Page 209: shows a Jesse DANIEL, 40-50, who has with him 2 males under 5 (Mackerness Goode, 2, and Daniel Harrison, 4/5), 2 males 10-15 (William Harper, 13, and Robert Tucker, 14/15), 1 male 15-20 (Arthur Reese), 1 male 20-30 (John Thomas), 2 females, 5-10 (Annabella Elizabeth, 7, and Louisa Constanza, 9), 1 female, 30-40 (Mary), and 17 slaves. Not indicated though is Martha Ann, 15. Where is Martha? John R. TUCKER, Mary's brother, is on the same page as Jesse, as is a William DAVIS with son 15-20, and Henry POSEY with a son, 20-30, on the next page. Jesse's daughter, Martha Ann, married William A. DAVIS, born about 1820, on 7 February 1847. His daughter, Louisa, married Henry W. POSEY, born about 1820, on 24 January 1847; their son, Henry A. POSEY, age 20, lived with her brother, Arthur DANIELL, in 1870.

Milledgeville Newspaper Clippings Vol V 1839-41: Jesse DANIEL Sheriff's sale page 136.

Jesse, named among 1850 Baldwin County Slave Owners, has 20 slaves.

The 1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Exclusive of Milledgeville, 27 August 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page: 124: 536 536 Jesse DANIEL 56 M W Farmer 6000 GA; Mary A. 51 F W SC; Anabella 15 F W GA; James R. 12 M W GA; Augustus 5 M W GA; Aurthur (sic) 26 M W Farmer GA. Ten homes away is John W. OSBORNE at 526, Lewis BUTTS at 527, Benjamin JORDAN at 539, William BUTTS at 548, E. J. BUTTS at 555, and William R. BUTTS at 556, all surnames associated with family lines.

Jesse DANIELL died on 22 May 1860. The 1860 Mortality Schedule Salem District, Baldwin County, GA, Page 8 lists "23. Jessee DANIEL 65 M - - Married GA May Planter Liver complaint 18 mons." Another provides: "1860 Mortality Schedule Baldwin County DARNEL JESSE 65 M MAY GA LIVER DISEASE PLANTER MRT197_77172." Both match Jesse DANIELL's date of death in his military record. In the 1860 census, 1 June 1860, Mary A. is named as Mary E. DANIEL, a fairly wealthy widow, and head of household in Salem, Baldwin County, Georgia, "Mary E. DANIEL 60 F W 10,000 27,500 SC."

Published in the Daily Federal Union, Nov. 8, 1860, page 4:
"Trustee's Sale.
Agreeable to an order of the Superior Court of Baldwin Co., for distribution, will be sold before the Court-House in Milledgeville, on the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next:
The Plantation on the East side of Oconee River, adjoining the Lands of Gen. J. W. A. SANFORD and Selvanus [sic] PRINCE, and known as the place of Jesse DANIEL, deceased. The place contains 575 Acres more or less. One half good River Bottom, and the balance good Upland. On the premises is a good Dwelling House, out houses, Gin house Screw, and all other necessary improvements.
Persons desirous of purchasing, would do well to call and examine the premises.
Apply to D. R. TUCKER, Milledgeville, or on the premises. D. R. TUCKER, Trustee. October 13, 1860.

NOTE: The surnames of the descendant lines from Jesse and Mary Ann Reese Daniell's sons became Daniel and Daniels.

[A special thank you to Kenneth F. Daniell of Mableton, Georgia who located and obtained Jesse DANIELL's military records from the National Archives, Washington, D. C., contributing greatly to completing the picture of Jesse's family. RLD)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann TUCKER

Mary Ann TUCKER was born 31 August 1799 in Richland District, South Carolina, to John Robert TUCKER and Ann REESE who later moved to Washington County, Georgia. Mary Ann and Jesse DANIELL were married on 17 January 1816 in Washington County, Georgia by John WILLIAMS, Justice of the Peace.

The 1820 census of Baldwin County records Jesse DANIELL's family as himself, 16-26, two males under age 10, and a female 16-26 (Mary). Mary's brother, Joseph TUCKER, 16-26, is their next door neighbor.

Family records included in Mary's War of 1812 Widow's Pension Application in 1878 and the 1850 census show that Jesse and Mary had 14 children, 11 boys and three girls, between 1817 and 1844. Five sons died young: James Robert in 1817; Joseph Levi in 1821; Richard Marion in 1834; Daniel Harrison in 1840; and Mackerness Goode in 1842. Their births and deaths were certified in court documents as recorded in a family bible.

Mary and Jesse have not been found in the 1830 census. The 1840 census of Washington County, Georgia enumerates the family of a Jesse DANIEL which appears to be theirs. Neighboring TUCKER, DAVIS, and POSEY families add support to this being them.

Jesse (56) and Mary A. (51) DANIEL are in the 1850 census of Baldwin County with their children, Arthur 26, Anabella 15, James R. 12, and Augustus 5.

Jesse died on 22 May 1860, leaving Mary Ann a widow with one minor child. On 20 August 1860, Mary E. DANIEL is head of household in Salem, Baldwin County, Georgia, and is fairly wealthy, "Mary E. DANIEL 60 F W 10,000 27,500 SC". Her children, Anabella 25 F W GA, James 23 M W Overseer GA, and Augustus 15 M W GA are with her. Next door is William A. DAVIS 40, wife Ann M. (Martha Ann DANIEL, Mary's daughter) 35, and son Samuel DAVIS, 12. (Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 226)(Mary E. and Mary A. are the same person. She is named as Mary E. in 1860, and is Mary A. on most other records. RLD)

The 1860 Baldwin County Index of Slave Owners, Salem District, listed: Mary D. PROSSER; Daniel R. TUCKER, (Hirer?), for M. E. DANIEL and children; William A. DAVIS; William A. DAVIS, Hirer, ? T. DANIEL, owner; Wm. A. DAVIS, Hirer, estate of J. DANIEL of Baldwin County, owner; Eliza B. PROSSER, Exet of W. D. PROSSER; Eliza B. PROSSER, Hirer, Fayette ECHOLS of Hancock Co., owner; William P. PROSSER. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/1860slaveowners.html)
Daniel R. TUCKER, agent for M. E. (A.) DANIEL and children is Mary's brother. "? T. DANIEL" is likely John Thomas, Mary's son. Another son, Arthur, married Caroline R. PROTHER. (Her maiden given as PORTER in a family bible, PROTHER in a Baldwin County marriage record, and may have been PROSSER, the reason for including them in the above. RLD)

The War Between the States may have claimed Mary's son, Augustus, who perished in 1865 at age 20.

By 1870, Mary A. DANIEL is living in the home of her son, Arthur DANIELL, 48, his wife, Carrie R., 40, Mary's unmarried daughter, Anabella, 35, and Henry POSEY, 20, a grandson by Mary's daughter, Louisa and Henry W. POSEY.

Mary A. DANIELL's War of 1812 widow's pension was approved in 1878, certificate 10037. She was granted $8.00 a month from March 9, 1878, based on Jesse DANIELL's service in the War of 1812 with Capt. Tomlinson FORT's Company of the Georgia Militia, other additional periods of service in the Georgia Militia in 1814 and 1836 in the Creek Indian War were also cited. Her pension application, preserved in the National Archives, contains a large amount of family information used to document her family.

Mary died of jaundice in May 1880 in Baldwin County, Georgia, aged 80, as listed on the 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Baldwin County. Even so, she was named on the List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Milledgeville, Baldwin County. (http://www.rootsweb.com/~gabaldwi/1883pensioners.html)

The petition for letters of administration by S. W. DAVIS, signed 7 June 1880, states "...Mary A. DANIEL...departed this life on the 1st day of June 1880...leaving a small estate of personal property worth probably five hundred dollars and...was entirely intestate..." Baldwin County Court of Ordinary records 9 July 1880 show that S. W. DAVIS, Mary's grandson Samuel, was appointed administrator of her estate; W. A. DAVIS, Mary's son-in-law William, was security, both bound to Daniel B. SANFORD, Ordinary, for $900.00. James H. GREGORY, C. E. PROSSER, J. A. BUCK, D. C. BRUNDAGE and L. H. PALMER were appointed to appraise the estate, which totaled $472.35, including furniture, a bill against A. R. [Arthur Reese] DANIEL ($12.90) and a note against D. [Daniel] R. TUCKER for $442.00, including interest. The "Union-Recorder" of Milledgeville published: "Notice To Debtors and Creditors Georgia, Baldwin County All persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. Mary A. Daniel, late of Baldwin County, deceased, are requested to make payment, to the undersigned, and all persons having demands against said estate are requested to render them in terms of the law. S. W. Davis, Adm'r Sept. 29th, 1880." Mary's estate was settled on 7 November 1881 with heirs, M. A. DAVIS, Bell DANIEL, R. S. DANIEL, L. CALLAWAY, W. H. DANIEL, AND A. R. DANIEL, receiving shares of $29.80. Two shares for Thomas DANIEL and James DANIEL, whereabouts unknown, were entrusted to S. W. DAVIS "until the same is claimed or demanded by them or until further order of said court".

The heirs above are: M. A. DAVIS, Martha Ann, Mary's daughter, wife of William A. DAVIS; Bell DANIEL, Annabella, an unmarried daughter; R. S. DANIEL, her son Robert; L. CALLAWAY, Louisa, daughter and now wife of John Francis Marion CALLAWAY; W. H. DANIEL, son William Harper; A. R. DANIEL, son Arthur Reese; Thomas DANIEL, son John Thomas; and James DANIEL, son James R. Other individuals: C. (Charles) E. PROSSER, related to Caroline R. Prosser(?) DANIEL, Arthur's wife; D. C. BRUNDAGE, related to Sarah Ann BRUNDAGE, wife of Edmund A. BUTTS, from another line of cousins; GREGORY, BUCK and PALMER are not identified.


Notes: Marriage

In her Claim for Widow's Pension, War of 1812, dated 27 March 1878, Mary A. DANIELL stated that she "was married to the said Jesse DANIELL in the County of Washington, in the State of Georgia, on the 17th day of January A. D. 1816, by one John WILLIAMS, who was a Justice of the Peace and that her name before said marriage was Mary A. TUCKER" and further stated that "neither her or her husband had ever been married before."
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Linton S. HITCHCOCK and Jessie DANIELL




Husband Linton S. HITCHCOCK 3054,3055

         Born: 1 October 1855 - Georgia 1034,3054
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 October 1932 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: James M. HITCHCOCK (Abt 1810-After 1880) 2588,3052
       Mother: Ann BOYER (Abt 1822-Bef 1880) 3052


     Marriage: Abt 1893 3054



Wife Jessie DANIELL 1344,3056

         Born: 31 December 1866 - Georgia 1034,3054
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 August 1946 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: James R. DANIELL, CSA (1837-1914) 1345
       Mother: Sarah Frances PUGH (1845-1931) 1343,1344




Children
1 F Frances Madel HITCHCOCK 3054,3055

         Born: 1 March 1894 - Hancock County, Georgia 1034
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 January 1967 - Bibb County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: R. Bruce BOYER
         Marr: Between 1930 and 1935 1034. (Divorced in 1949)


2 F Annie LeGay HITCHCOCK 3054,3055

         Born: 8 March 1894 - Hancock County, Georgia 1034,3054
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 April 1989 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia



3 M HITCHCOCK 1034

         Born: 27 March 1912 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 June 1912 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - Linton S. HITCHCOCK

Linton S. HITCHCOCK, son of Linton S. and Ann HITCHCOCK, was born about 1855 according to the 1870 (age 15) and 1880 (age 25) censuses; the 1900 census shows his birth as Oct 1850, age 49. His brother, Pleasant, was 20 in the 1870 census.

Linton married about 1883 Jessie DANIEL, daughter of James R. DANIEL and Sarah Frances PUGH.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 118-Militia District, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 203 Page: 182: Line 34 HITCHCOCK Linton Head W M Oct 1850 49 M 7 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Jessie Wife W F Dec 1866 33 M 7 2 2 GA GA GA; -- Fannie M. Dau W F Mch 1894 6 S GA GA GA; -- Annie L. Dau W F Mch 1899 1 S GA GA GA. (Robert HITCHCOCK, Dec 1871 28, and wife Tillie, Jan 1881, and three children on Line 71, same page. A son by an earlier marriage, or other relationship?)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 118-Militia District, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 190: 2 2 HITCHCOCK L. S. Head M W 53 M1 17 GA GA GA Farmer General farm; -- Jessie Wife F W 41 M1 17 2 2 GA GA GA; -- Madel Dau F W 16 S GA GA GA; -- Annie LeGay Dau F W 11 S GA GA GA; DANIEL Fannie Mother in law F W 63 W - 3 3 GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 118-Militia District, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 258 Page: 261: Line 8 HITCHCOCK Linton Head M W 63 M GA GA GA Farmer; -- Jessie L. Wife F W 52 M GA GA GA; -- MaDell (?) Dau F W 25 Un GA GA GA; -- Annie L. Dau F W 20 Un GA GA GA; DANIEL Fannie Mother in law F W 74 Un GA GA GA. Next door is HITCHCOCK Mancy M W 59 Un GA GA GA Farmer; -- Martha A. Sister F W 71 Un GA GA GA.

Linton S. HITCHCOCK is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, indexed there as "Linton S. Hitchcock Oct 1, 1855 Oct 30, 1932 West side, Section B, Lot 39, Person 1". He is burried next to his wife Jessie.


General Notes: Wife - Jessie DANIELL

In the 1870 census, Jesse DANIELL is a 3 year old male. In the 1880 Baldwin County, Georgia census, Jesse is a 13 year old female. Jesse is proven to be Jessie, daughter of James R. DANIELL and Sarah Frances PUGH. She is in most records as DANIEL.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 11 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 134 Page: 173: 440 436 DANIELL, James 28 M W Farm laborer 150 GA; (next page) DANIELL, Frances 24 F W Keeping house GA; Jesse 3 M W GA; Charlie 1 M W GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Dist 115; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page 184: 105 107 DANIEL Fannie Head W F 33 Head of F Wid/Div Keeping House GA GA GA; Jessie W F 13 Dau S Working On Farm 3 GA GA GA; Charles W M 11 Son S Farm Laborer 1 GA GA GA; Hattie W F 7 Dau S GA GA GA.

Jessie DANIEL married Linton S. HITCHCOCK. Her gravestone, next to her husband and her mother, Fanny Pugh DANIEL, is inscribed "JESSIE DANIEL HITCHCOCK DEC. 31, 1866 AUG. 16, 1946"


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Pvt. La Prade JOHNSON, Sp-Am War and Jessie DANIELL




Husband Pvt. La Prade JOHNSON, Sp-Am War 326

         Born: 23 November 1873 - Kentucky 4033,4034
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 March 1951 - Ellis County, Texas 4034
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery 4034


       Father: William E. JOHNSON (      -      )
       Mother: Mary T. FITZHUGH (      -      )


     Marriage: Abt 1902



Wife Jessie DANIELL 327

         Born: 15 May 1880 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1956 - Ellis County, Texas
       Buried: 5 September 1956 - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery


       Father: John Levi DANIELL (1852-1913) 1638
       Mother: Emily M. POPE (1849-1891) 4019




Children
1 F Marie E. JOHNSON 326,4033

          AKA: Emma Marie JOHNSON 325
         Born: 15 January 1907 - Texas 325,4033
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 December 1974 - Ellis County, Texas
       Buried: 16 December 1974 - Ellis County, Texas
       Spouse: Mack PARKS 43


2 F Ollie Woodrow JOHNSON 325

         Born: 8 November 1912 - Ellis County, Texas 325
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 April 1996 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Burch --?-- (living)


3 M William Paul JOHNSON 168,325

         Born: 1917 - Ellis County, Texas 325
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Pvt. La Prade JOHNSON, Sp-Am War

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, J-Pct 1; Series: T624 Roll: 1549 Page: 72: 87 89 JOHNSON L. P. Head M W 36 M1 8 KY KY KY Farmer General farm; -- Jessie Wife F W 29 M1 8 1 1 GA GA GA; -- Mary E. Dau F W 7 S TX KY GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Ward 2, Waxahatchie; Series: T625 Roll: 1800 Page: 121: Marvin St 577 16 17 JOHNSON L. P. Head M W 45 M KY KY KY Farmer General farm; -- Jessie Wife F W 39 M GA AL GA; -- Marie Dau F W 16 S TX KY GA; -- Ollie Woodrow Dau F W 7 S TX KY GA; -- William Paul Son M W 24/12 S TX KY GA.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, J-Pct 1 (NE Part); Series: T626 Roll: 2326 Page: 87: 12 13 JOHNSON La Prade Head M W 56 M 56 M 24 KY KY KY Farmer General Farm; -- Jessie Wife F W 49 M 22 GA GA GA; -- Marie E. Dau F W 26 TX KY GA None; -- Ollie W. Dau F W 17 S TX KY GA; -- William P. Son M W 12 S TX KY GA.

LaPrade JOHNSON is buried in Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas. A picture of his headstone on Find A Grave Memorial# 25725957, created by: John Smith on Apr 03, 2008, shows:

LAPRADE JOHNSON
PVT 4 TEXAS INFANTRY
SP AM WAR
NOV 23 1873 MARCH 12 1951

Death certificate extracts:
La Prade Johnson: Death Date: 12 Mar 1951; Death Place: Dallas, Dallas, Texas; Death Age: 77 years 3 months 19 days; Birth Date: 23 Nov 1873; Birthplace: Kentucky; Spouse: [blank]; Father's Name: William E. Johnson; Father's Birthplace: Kentucky; Mother's Name: Mary T. Fitzhugh; Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky; Occupation: Farmer; Residence: Waxahachie, Ellis, Texas; Cemetery: Hillcrest Cemetery; Burial Place: Waxahachie, Texas; Burial Date: 12 Mar 1951.
[labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2074654, Digital Film Number: 4166817, Image Number: 2570, Reference Number: cn 12115, Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976


General Notes: Wife - Jessie DANIELL

The U. S. Census for 1900, Ellis County, Texas list Jessie DANIELL, 20, as born in May 1880.

Jessie married La Prade JOHNSON about 1902.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, J-Pct 1; Series: T624 Roll: 1549 Page: 72: 87 89 Johnson L. P. Head M W 36 M1 8 KY KY KY Farmer General farm; -- Jessie Wife F W 29 M1 8 1 1 GA GA GA; -- Mary E. Dau F W 7 S TX KY GA; WILEY W. R. Laborer M W 27 S AR AR AR Laborer General farm.

Obituary: MRS. JOHNSON DIES THIS MORNING
Mrs. Jessie Johnson, 76, died at 9 o'clock this morning in Waxahachie. Funeral services are pending with Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Ole Burch of Tampa, Fla.; and Miss Marie Johnson of Waxahachie, a son. Paul Johnson of ____, a brother, Ed Daniell of ______, Texas, and two grandchildren. [Waxahachie Daily Light, Mon. 3 Sept 1956, page 1, col. 1. NOTE: The left edge of the newspaper was cut off making it difficult to read. Teresa Griffis]
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Neil Andrew MATSON, M. E. E. and Jill Christine DANIELL, M.E.




Husband Neil Andrew MATSON, M. E. E. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Kenneth Charles MATSON
       Mother: Elaine Lynne BRALY


     Marriage: 



Wife Jill Christine DANIELL, M.E. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: CMSgt Robert Louis DANIELL, USAF, Vietnam
       Mother: Linda Joyce DITMORE




Children
1 F Carmen Danielle MATSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Andrew Stephen MATSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Matthew Christian MATSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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John Frank DANIELL and Ludie SHIVER




Husband John Frank DANIELL 815

         Born: 26 December 1883 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 July 1959 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481


     Marriage: 28 December 1901 - Camilla, Mitchell County, Georgia



Wife Ludie SHIVER 2483

         Born: 25 July 1884 - Camilla, Mitchell County, Georgia 2483
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 February 1970 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: Loyd Hampton SHIVER (1857-1903) 1702,2483
       Mother: Louisa GANTT (1863-Bef 1899)




Children
1 F Gladys Helen DANIELL 43

         Born: 13 May 1904 - Coolidge, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 October 1975 - Lake County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Lakeside Memory Gardens Cemetery
       Spouse: William Goodwyn McCOY
         Marr: 5 June 1926 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia
       Spouse: Dr. Alfred Frederick William KAPLIN, MD, DO, USA 43
         Marr: 27 May 1962 - Jacksonville, Florida


2 F Mamie Lou DANIELL

         Born: 2 February 1906 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida
       Spouse: John BRADLEY
         Marr: 26 November 1925 - Colquitt County, Georgia
       Spouse: Dena Cavada HADDOCK
         Marr: 1940 - Nassau County, Florida
       Spouse: George WHITE
       Spouse: Woodruff David DARE, Sr,
         Marr: April 1963 - Gulf County, Florida
       Spouse: Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr.
         Marr: 5 May 1979 - Gulf County, Florida


3 M Johnnie Ellis DANIELL 43

         Born: 12 February 1907 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1975 - Lake County, Florida 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Doris KNOX
         Marr: Abt 1927
       Spouse: Mary Belle NIX 43,487
         Marr: January 1939


4 M Horace Raymond DANIELL, USN, WWII

          AKA: Horace Raymond DANIELS
         Born: 22 December 1908 - Coolidge, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 March 1968
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frances DIAMOND
         Marr: 1934 - Miami, Florida
       Spouse: Isbel WINN (living)


5 M CPO James Franklin DANIELL, USN, WWII

         Born: 24 November 1911 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 October 2012 - Tennessee
       Buried: 13 October 2012 - Franklin Memorial Gardens, Franklin County, Tennessee
       Spouse: Jean Porter BEACHBOARD 2636
         Marr: 31 August 1940 - Franklin County, Tennessee


6 M Charles Emmette DANIELL, USN, WWII

         Born: 24 April 1914 - Coolidge, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 August 1990 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida
       Spouse: Netta Lois CHASTEEN
         Marr: 21 April 1935
       Spouse: Era HERRING
         Marr: 4 October 1981 - Gulf County, Florida


7 F Nella Dean DANIELL

         Born: 17 November 1916 - Coolidge, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 November 2003 - Cobb County, Georgia 3245
       Buried:  - Homeward Cemetery
       Spouse: Charles Lyles BRUCE 3245
         Marr: 28 March 1941 - Jacksonville, Florida


8 M Arnold Eugene DANIELL, USA, WWII

         Born: 31 December 1919 - Murphy, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 April 1998 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida
       Spouse: Annis PALMER (living)
       Spouse: Willie Mae THOMASON 1085
         Marr: Cir 1945


9 F Margaret Jennette DANIELL

         Born: 22 August 1922 - Murphy, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida
       Spouse: John Ralph SHIRAH, Sr.
         Marr: 13 October 1940



General Notes: Husband - John Frank DANIELL

John Frank DANIELL was known as "Frank". He married Ludie SHIVER on December 28, 1901.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Coolidge; Series: T624 Roll: 215 Page: 162: 29 29 DANIEL John F. Head M W 26 M1 7 GA GA GA Merchant Merchandise; -- Ludie Wife F W 26 M1 7 4 4 GA GA GA; -- Gladys M Dau F W 6 GA GA GA; -- Mamie L. Dau F W 5 GA GA GA; -- Joney E Son M W 3 GA GA GA ; -- Harris (Horace) Son 1GA GA GA. His next door neighbor is Darling O. BAKER, a cousin.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt County, Murphey, Militia District 1769; Series: T625 Roll: 245 Page: 207: DANIELL, John F., 36; wife, Ludie, 35; Gladdis W., 16; Mamie L., 14; Johnnie, 11; Horris, 9; James E., 8; Emmitt, 5; Nellie D., 3; and Arnold, 2/12.

In his father's obituary, August 11, 1936, J. F. DANIELL is shown as living in Murphy, Georgia.

During World War II, John Frank and his son, Johnnie Ellis DANIELL, built Liberty ships in Jacksonville, Florida. [Jean Porter Daniell]

In the 1945 Florida Population Census, Duval County, Jacksonville, Pct 1-C, Lines 1 to 6:
DANIELL John F. 336 East 5th St 62 Ga Gram Retired
-- Ludie S. 336 East 5th St 62 Ga High Wife
BOWDEN Joe 336 East 5th St 23 Fla High Navy
-- Frances B. 336 East 5th St 21 Ga High Clerk
BRUCE Clarles L. 336 East 5th St 34 Ga High Machinist
-- Nella Dean 336 East 5th St 28 Ga High Wife
[labs.familysearch.org, Film number: 2425185, Digital Folder Number: 4280225, Image Number: 00983, Collection: Florida State Census, 1945]

John F.'s birth year is 1883 in the 1900 census. According to John Frank's son, James Franklin, his father was born Dec. 26, 1883; his tombstone date is in error. The Master Cemetery Index, Page 196, provides an alternate date of birth: "DANIELL John F. "Frank" 12/26/1884 7/10/1959 Holly Hill Cemetery (Part 2), Port St. Joe, Gulf Co., FL (http://www.rootsweb.com/~fljackso/mindexes/cemeteries/index196.htm)

A picture of Frank and Ludie Daniell's shared headstone can be seen at Find A Grave Memorial# 40561867.


General Notes: Wife - Ludie SHIVER

Ludie SHIVER' birth year is listed as 1884 in the 1900 census. According to Ludie's son, James Franklin, his mother was born July 25, 1884; her tombstone date is in error. The Master Cemetery Index, Page 196, provides an alternate birth year of 1885: "DANIELL Ludie S. 7/25/1885 2/28/1970 Holly Hill Cemetery (Part 2), Port St. Joe, Gulf Co., FL (http://www.rootsweb.com/~fljackso/mindexes/cemeteries/index196.htm)

A picture of Frank and Ludie Daniell's shared headstone can be seen at Find A Grave Memorial# 40561867.
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John Lenard DANIELL and Ruth Ophilia MADDEN




Husband John Lenard DANIELL 1637

          AKA: John Lenard DANIEL
         Born: 14 February 1887 - Brooks County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Lawrence DANIELL (1854-1917) 1638
       Mother: Eliza Ann BAKER (1851-1928) 281


     Marriage: Abt 1907

 Other Spouse: Trissie Lula DAVIS - 17 August 1913



Wife Ruth Ophilia MADDEN 2469

         Born: Abt 1887 - Georgia 2469
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Willie --?--

         Born: Abt 1908 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Myra DANIELL 2469

         Born: 1909 - Georgia 2469
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Nellie Ophelia DANIELL

         Born: 8 September 1912 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 June 1921 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Lenard DANIELL

Called "Lynn."

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, 1212 Militia Dist; Series: T624 Roll: 215 Page: 166: 21 21 DANIEL John Head M W M1 2 GA GA GA Farming Labor; -- Ruth Wife F W 23 M 2 3 2 GA GA GA; -- Willie Dau F W 3 GA GA GA; -- Myra Dau F W 6/12 GA GA GA. (Married for 2 years, Willie appears to be a step-daughter.)
Next door are John's parents, William Lawrence and Eliza DANIEL.

On 5 June 1917, John L Daniels [sic], born 14 February 1888, age 29, registered for the draft in Thomas County, Georgia. He was born in Pavo, Georgia, and resided in Coolidge, Georgia. He was employed by his father and worked on a farm. He was married and claimed an exemption for dependants, a wife and 3 children. He was described as being of medium height and sender build with brown eyes and black hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KZZK-RPS : accessed 29 Nov 2014), John L Daniels, 1917-1918.]

John Lenard DANIELL's daughter and first wife:
Death record extracts: Nellie Ophila DANIELL was born 08 Sep 1912 in Thomas County, Georgia and died 9 Jun3 1921 at age 8 years, 9 months, 1 day in Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia. She was the daughter of J. L. DANNIEL [sic] and Ruth Ophila MADDEN. [FamilySearch.org.: Film Number: 2296937, Digital Folder Number: 4176888, Image Number: 00273, Reference Number: 15925, Collection: Georgia Deaths, 1914-1927] [Note: Informant: J. L. Daniel (sic) of Coolidge, Georgia Cause of death: Typhoid fever Buried: Enon Cemetery Father and mother born in Thomas County, Georgia. RLD]


General Notes: Wife - Ruth Ophilia MADDEN

N., b., m. -Southern Register Families, Entries: 31340 Updated: 2006-04-16 Contact: Charles T. Zeigler, frostymorn@juno.com, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=register&id=I07243
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John Lenard DANIELL and Trissie Lula DAVIS




Husband John Lenard DANIELL 1637

          AKA: John Lenard DANIEL
         Born: 14 February 1887 - Brooks County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Lawrence DANIELL (1854-1917) 1638
       Mother: Eliza Ann BAKER (1851-1928) 281


     Marriage: 17 August 1913

 Other Spouse: Ruth Ophilia MADDEN 2469 - Abt 1907



Wife Trissie Lula DAVIS

         Born: Abt 1887
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - John Lenard DANIELL

Called "Lynn."

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, 1212 Militia Dist; Series: T624 Roll: 215 Page: 166: 21 21 DANIEL John Head M W M1 2 GA GA GA Farming Labor; -- Ruth Wife F W 23 M 2 3 2 GA GA GA; -- Willie Dau F W 3 GA GA GA; -- Myra Dau F W 6/12 GA GA GA. (Married for 2 years, Willie appears to be a step-daughter.)
Next door are John's parents, William Lawrence and Eliza DANIEL.

On 5 June 1917, John L Daniels [sic], born 14 February 1888, age 29, registered for the draft in Thomas County, Georgia. He was born in Pavo, Georgia, and resided in Coolidge, Georgia. He was employed by his father and worked on a farm. He was married and claimed an exemption for dependants, a wife and 3 children. He was described as being of medium height and sender build with brown eyes and black hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KZZK-RPS : accessed 29 Nov 2014), John L Daniels, 1917-1918.]

John Lenard DANIELL's daughter and first wife:
Death record extracts: Nellie Ophila DANIELL was born 08 Sep 1912 in Thomas County, Georgia and died 9 Jun3 1921 at age 8 years, 9 months, 1 day in Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia. She was the daughter of J. L. DANNIEL [sic] and Ruth Ophila MADDEN. [FamilySearch.org.: Film Number: 2296937, Digital Folder Number: 4176888, Image Number: 00273, Reference Number: 15925, Collection: Georgia Deaths, 1914-1927] [Note: Informant: J. L. Daniel (sic) of Coolidge, Georgia Cause of death: Typhoid fever Buried: Enon Cemetery Father and mother born in Thomas County, Georgia. RLD]
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John Levi DANIELL and Mildred Alice THOMPSON




Husband John Levi DANIELL 2856

         Born: Abt 1911 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James Levi DANIELL (1869-1925) 301
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BLACKSTOCK (1883-1962) 302,303


     Marriage: 7 July 1935 - Muscogee County, Georgia



Wife Mildred Alice THOMPSON

         Born: Abt 1912 - Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Charles J. THOMPSON (1886-1966)
       Mother: Celestine GILLIES (Abt 1890-      )




Children
1 M Ronald Thompson DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John Thompson DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Levi DANIELL

John Levi Daniell married Mildred Alice Thompson on 7 July 1935.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW3X-314 : accessed 22 Nov 2014), John L Daniell, Ward 4, Charlotte, Township 1 Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 60-25, sheet 11A, family 244, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 2941, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
John L. Daniell Lodger M 29 AL Traveling South Florida Salesman Automobile
Mildred T. Daniell Lodger F 28 LA Traveling South Florida

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Daniell, of Baltimore, Md. are named as brother and wife in the 14 June 1941 wedding announcement of Miss Mary Frances Daniell and Gordon H. Colwell, Jr.

John L Daniell, born in 1910, died 13 October 1977, in DeKalb County, Georgia at age 67. Certificate Number 032209. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998,"]

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John Levi Daniell was a traveling salesman. Is this he?
John L. Daniell, senior vice president of Pullman Vacuum Cleaner Corporation, was one of five executives who received a United Airlines 100,00 mile plague in a ceremony marked as unique in the business world. [Photograph in the Boston Record American, Boston, Massachusetts, Sunday, December 28, 1958, Page 29]


General Notes: Wife - Mildred Alice THOMPSON

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3HQV-PPZ : accessed 22 Nov 2014), Charles Thompson in household of Charle J Thompson, Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0003, sheet 14A, family 249, NARA microfilm publication T626, Affiliate Film Number: 377, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 2340112.
Charle J Thompson Head M 42 LA England England Manager Bottling plant
Celestine Thompson Wife F 40 LA England LA
Hazel Thompson Dau F 23 LA LA LA Bookkeeper Dry goods store
Mabel Thompson Dau F 21 LA LA LA Stenographer Chemical Plant
Mildred Thompson Dau F 18 LA LA LA Bookkeeper Dry goods store
Charles Thompson Son M 16 LA LA LA

1940 U.S Census
NAME: Mildred T Daniell
BIRTH: abt 1912 - Louisiana
RESIDENCE: 1935 - Moville, Florida
RESIDENCE: Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina
[http://search.ancestry.com/]


Notes: Marriage

A beautiful home ceremony on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock united Miss Mildred Alice Thompson, __ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Thompson, and John Levi Daniell. Father Daniel McCar__ of the church of the Holy Family, performed the ring ceremony before a gathering of relatives and friends... Hazel Thompson, sister of the bride and only attendant,... Charles A. Thompson, Jr., brother of the bride, who acted as best man... Mrs. Bessie Daniell, mother of the groom,... Mr. Daniell and his bride left for a motor trip to South Carolina. For the present, Mrs. Daniell will travel with her husband through the southern states... [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Monday, July 8, 1935, Page 3]

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John Levi DANIELL and Emily M. POPE




Husband John Levi DANIELL 1638

         Born: 21 May 1852 - Barbour County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 March 1913 - Ellis County, Texas
       Buried:  - Elm Branch Cemetery


       Father: 1st Sgt James Henry DANIELL, CSA (1828-1899)
       Mother: Mary Ann Eliza RICE (1835-1912) 995,1638


     Marriage: 3 July 1873 - Brooks County, Georgia 4026



Wife Emily M. POPE 4019

         Born: 20 January 1849 - Thomas County, Georgia 4019
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 March 1891 - Ellis County, Texas
       Buried:  - Bethal Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas 168


       Father: John POPE (1809-1887) 4019
       Mother: Edna MASSEY (1819-1895)




Children
1 F Lyda DANIELL 168,4035

          AKA: Anna E. DANIELL 327
         Born: 5 June 1874 - Georgia 1681
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 January 1949 - Ellis County, Texas 1681
       Buried: 4 January 1949 - Bardwell Cemetery 1681
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


2 F Sallie Alice DANIELL 327

         Born: 8 May 1876 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 September 1938 - Bardwell, Texas
       Buried:  - Bardwell, Texas
       Spouse: Loranzo Dow "Rendy" FLOYD
         Marr: Abt 1907


3 F Jessie DANIELL 327

         Born: 15 May 1880 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1956 - Ellis County, Texas
       Buried: 5 September 1956 - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery
       Spouse: Pvt. La Prade JOHNSON, Sp-Am War 326
         Marr: Abt 1902


4 M James Levi DANIELL 2346

         Born: 20 February 1882 - Thomas County, Georgia 170,4028
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 November 1953 - Ellis County, Texas 4028
       Buried: 18 November 1953 - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery 4028
       Spouse: Effie MALONEY 2346
         Marr: 14 November 1905 - Ellis County, Texas


5 M Charles Edward DANIELL 167,170

          AKA: Charles E. DANIELS 167
         Born: 8 March 1884 - Georgia 170,4017
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 August 1964 - Wise County, Texas 4017
       Buried: 13 August 1964 - Boyd Cemetery 4018
       Spouse: Myrtle Lee McCLUNEY 167,168
         Marr: Abt 1913



General Notes: Husband - John Levi DANIELL

John Levi DANIELL was born 22 May 1852 in Barbour County, Alabama, a son of James Henry DANIELL and Mary Ann Eliza RICE. He married Emily "Emma" M. POPE on 3 July 1873 in Brooks County, Georgia.

John and Emma's first daughter, Lyda, was born in 1874. Curiously, "Lyda" is named as Anna E. in the 1880 census, "Meliza" in the 1900, and Amy E. in the 1910. In 1930, Lyda DANIELL, 55, single, lives in the home of her brother-in-law, Lorenza D. FLOYD and her younger sister, Sallie. Lyda never married.

John Levi and Emma DANIELL lived in Ways, Thomas County, Georgia in 1880.
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Ways; Series T-9 Roll 167 Page 412: 3 3 Livi [sic] DANIELS [sic] W M 28 M Farming AL GA GA; -- Emma W F 31 Wife M Keeping House GA GA GA; 155 155 -- Anna E. W F 6 Dau S At home GA AL GA; -- Sally A. W F 4 S Dau GA AL GA; -- Daisy W F 1/12 May Dau S GA AL GA. [Daisy is later called Jessie. RLD] [Note: Heritage Quest and labs.familysearch.org 1880 census indexes list this family as "Sivi DANIELS"]

John and Emma had five children, Lydia, Sally, Jessie, James Levi, and Charles Edward, all born in Georgia. After Charles Edward's birth in 1884, John moved his family to Bardwell, Ellis County, Texas. Emma died there in 1891. The family remained in Bardwell.

Bardwell, Texas is on Farm Road 984 and State Highway 34 just west of Bardwell Lake and ten miles southeast of Waxahachie in southeastern Ellis County. The community developed in the early 1880's when John W. Bardwell built a cotton gin a mile southwest of the present town site. Bethany school and cemetery, a mile south of present Bardwell, also served the new community as a place of worship until Bardwell's first school was built in 1892 and a Baptist church was organized the following year. Residents also established a Methodist church and opened a post office branch in 1893. When the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway was routed through the county in 1907, the gin was moved to the nearest stretch of track. The community followed, and a town site was surveyed. Due to its location in an outstanding cotton producing area, Bardwell prospered through the 1920's. Besides its three cotton gins, the town had two banks, six grocery stores, four dry goods stores, a gristmill, a lumberyard, and a weekly newspaper, the Herald.

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Precinct 1, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1629 Page: 58: 45 47 DANIELL John Head W M Mar 1853 48 Wd AL NC GA Farmer; DANIELL Meliza [Lydia] Darter [sic] W F June 1874 25 S GA AL GA; DANIELL Sallie Darter [sic] W F May 1876 24 S GA AL GA; DANIELL Jessie Darter [sic] W F May 1880 S GA AL GA; DANIELL James Son W M Feb 1882 18 S GA AL GA Farmer; DANIELL Charles Son W M Mar 1884 16 S GA AL GA Farmer.

John Levi DANIELL in the 1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Justice Pct. 1, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 1549 Page: 71: 60/62 Daniel, J. L. 57 W M 37 AL NC GA; Amy E. Dau 35 S GA AL Un. ("Amy E." is written above the lined out name "Emma" and daughter is written above the lined out "Wife." John Levi was born in GA, his father was as well. Amy E. is Lydia, b. 5 Jun 1874.

John Levi DANIELL died in Bardwell, Texas on 2 March 1913.

Information on John Levi DANIELL's family was compiled by Jean Porter DANIELL through her letters with Elizabeth Daniell ASHTON and from telephone conversations between Elizabeth Daniell ASHTON, Wynelle Daniell ODOM, and Robert L. DANIELL.

John Levi DANIELL is buried in Elm Branch Cemetery, Bardwell, Ellis County, Texas. His headstone, pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 52758952, created by: Robert Daniell on May 24, 2010, reads"

HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP
J. L. DANIELL
BORN MAY 21, 1852
DIED
MAR. 2, 1913
Gone from our home
But not from our hearts.


General Notes: Wife - Emily M. POPE

Emily "Emma" M. POPE, born about 1849, was a daughter of John and Edna POPE, age 21 in the 1870 census of Brooks County, Georgia. Most records name Emily as Emma. She married John Levi DANIELL on 2 July 1873 in Brooks County, Georgia.

Emma M. DANIELL is buried in Bethel Cemetery, Maypearl, Ellis County, Texas. A picture of her headstone on Find A Grave Memorial# 52496110, created by: KB on May 17, 2010, reads:

HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP
EMMA M.
WIFE OF J. L. DANIELL
BORN JAN. 20, 1849
DIED MAR. 30, 1891
Gone from our home
But not from our hearts

The Sept 3, 1956 death certificate of Jessie Daniell Johnson in Waxahachie, Ellis Co. TX, names her parents, J. L. Daniell & Emily Pope. [FamilySearch. org, Film Number: 2114933, Digital Film Number: 4032107, Image Number: 3052, Reference Number: cn 47307 Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976]

John Levi Daniell is also buried in Elm Branch (Bardwell) Cemetery in Ellis County.

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Related to the family of Emma POPE, wife of John Levi DANIELL? A nephew? Emily POPE had a brother, Daniel POPE, born about 1842. Did Emily and John accompany part of her family to Texas?
"------ POPE DANIEL G. 02-23-1881 10-26-1884" buried in Cotton Gin Cemetery, Freesone County, Texas. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/cottngin.txt)

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John Levi DANIELL and Antoinette E. HOLSEY




Husband John Levi DANIELL 301

         Born: 23 February 1830 - Hancock County, Georgia
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         Died: June 1890 1381
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       Father: Rev. James Levi DANIELL, M.G. (1797-1846) 2231
       Mother: Elizabeth Clements BUTTS (1802-1857) 177


     Marriage: 15 January 1861 - Barbour County, Alabama 3416



Wife Antoinette E. HOLSEY 301,1380

          AKA: Antoinette E. HALSEY 3416
         Born: 1829 - Hancock County, Georgia 1381
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         Died: After 10 July 1890 4036
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       Father: Gideon HOLSEY (1798-1841) 1381
       Mother: Louisa Mansfield GRIGGS (Between 1800/1810-1847) 1381




Children
1 M John DANIELL 301

         Born: Abt 1865 - Alabama
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2 F Mary Elizabeth DANIELL 301,4037

          AKA: Mollie E.
         Born: May 1865 - Alabama 4037
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         Died: 1921
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       Spouse: William Colbert HOWARD 3721,4037,4038
         Marr: 12 June 1894 - Barbour County, Alabama


3 M W. Frank DANIELL 301,4037

         Born: February 1866 - Alabama 4037
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         Died: 9 May 1952 - Russell County, Alabama
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4 M James Levi DANIELL 301

         Born: 29 November 1869 - Russell County, Alabama
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         Died: 15 July 1925 - Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Parkhill Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth BLACKSTOCK 302,303
         Marr: Abt 1905



General Notes: Husband - John Levi DANIELL

John Levi DANIELL was a son of James Levi DANIELL and Eliza Clements BUTTS. He was born 23 February 1830, probably in Hancock or Baldwin County, Georgia.

Abstracts of Wills and Estates Barbour Co., AL 1852-1856 OCR Book V DANIEL, James L., p. 82 Petition of Eliza C. DANIEL, Admx., to sell land. Heirs: Martha, wife of William A. ANDREWS, Catherine, wife of F. C. BUTTS, James Henry DANIEL, over age 21, John Levi DANIEL, Samuel C. DANIEL, Julia A. DANIEL, Sarah E. DANIEL. A. C. MITCHELL is guardian of the last four minors.

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23, : 6 Henry L. JORDAN 29 M W Merchant 600 VA; Ann C. -- 20 F W GA; George -- 3 M W AL; Cornelia J. Cxxxxx 12 F W AL; John L. DANIEL 20 M W Clerk GA.
Next door is 7 John M. RAIFORD 46 M W Farmer 15,000 SC; Martha J -- 32 F W GA; Emily J PERSONS(?) 13 F W GA.
Three homes away is Junius JORDAN 36 M W Merchant 1500 VA; Frances 34 F W GA; Henry 9 M W GA; Julian 7 M W GA; Junius 5 M W AL; Frances 4 F W AL; Martha 2 F W AL; Rebecca NEWMAN(?) 36 F W GA. Junius provided the obituary of Eliza C. DANIEL published in the Southern Christian Advocate, October 29, 1857, as extracted: "Mrs. Eliza C. DANIEL was born in Hancock Co., Ga., July 22nd, 1802 and died at the residence of her brother James J. BUTTS, in her 56th year...removed to Glennville, Ala., with her husband, the Rev. James L. DANIEL and family in 1835... Junius JORDAN."

John L. DANIEL married Antoinette E. HALSEY [sic, HOLSEY] on January 15, 1861 in Barbour County, AL. The HOLSEY family was also from Hancock County, Georgia.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Beat 3, Uchee P O, 10 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 38 Page: 41: DANIEL, John, 40, M, W, Farmer, 2000, 900, Georgia; A. E., 40 F, W, Keeps house, Georgia; and their children Mary, 7, F, W, Alabama; John, 5, M W, Alabama; Frank, 3, M, W, Alabama; and James, 8/12, M, W, Alabama.

1880 U.S. Census, Russell County, Beat 10 Glennville, Series: T9 Roll: 30 Page: 632: 175 DANIELL J. L. W M 50 M Merchant GA GA GA; " A. E. W F 50 Wife M GA GA GA; " M. E. W F 17 Dau S AL GA GA; " Frank W M 14 Son S AL GA GA; " James W M 11 Son S AL GA GA. [Son John, age 5, in 1870 is not listed.]

In a letter dated "Glennville, Alabama July 17th, 1885," John Levi's daughter Mary wote this comment to her cousin James HOLSEY in Texas:
" I believe My brother Frank says he would like to come out to Texas and says is there any way for a poor boy to make a living. I believe he intends to start out for himself now for our Dad hasn't anything to give to him, he will have to scratch for him self now. Papa has a little store with a few bolts of calico, a midling of meat and a sack of meal. The store house is big enough but where are the goods. He doesn't farm now has nearly his whole place fenced in for a pasture. He wants Jersey cows. He has a full blood Jersey, Enoch of Aldeen Park, also a lot of half jerseys. We manage to live someway have plenty to eat and wear decent clothes. Money is powerful scarce I tell you.
I would like so much to come to Texas but Papa says he hasn't money enough to take me to the three mile branch. I am just going to cut me a fast walking stick some of these days and put right out for Texas. First I will send ahead and see if the bridges and foot logs are all up."

HALL OF HOLSEY LODGE No. 68, A. F. & A. M., Glennville, Ala., June 28, 1890.
Whereas, In his wisdom the Great Architect of the Universe has removed from us by death our worthy brother, JOHN L. DANIELL; therefore, be it
Resolved, 1st. That in the death of Bro. Daniell this lodge has lost a true Mason, the community an honest, upright citizen.
2d. That while we feel our loss keenly, with saddened hearts we bow in submission to the Divine will.
3d. We tender the breaved widow and children our deepest sympathies.
4th. That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the family of the deceased, and also published in the Columbus, Ga. ENQUIRER SUN and the Masonic Guide.
[The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Thursday, July 3, 1890, Page 4]

Seale, July 19. ... "On the same day, the will of John L. Daniel, deceased of Glennvile, was admitted to probate, Mrs, Antoinette E. Daniel, adminitstrarix." [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, July 20, 1890, Page 2]

On 19 May 1891, "the widow and children of J. L. DANIEL, Russell Co. Ala." are named as heirs of James L. DANIEL in a filing to the Barbour County, Alabama Probate Court. 301


General Notes: Wife - Antoinette E. HOLSEY

Antoinette HOLSEY, age 21, living in the household of William T. Upshaw, age 29, in the 1850 Census, Barbour Co., AL, Div. 23, page 251a, image 287 of 306. William T.'s wife Mary E. is Antoinette's sister. An Ancestry.com file names a William Thomas Upshaw, born 5 APR 1821 in GA, who died before 1860. He was a farmer. The record states that on 18 April 1842 he married Mary Eliza HOLSEY,born about 1824 in GA. Children of William and Mary Holsey UPSHAW are: Jack Upshaw b: 25 APR 1843 in AL; Susan Prudence Upshaw, b: 8 MAR 1845 in AL; Mary Louisa Upshaw, b: 14 JAN 1847 in Barbour Co., AL; Sarah Frances Upshaw, b: abt 1848 in AL; Tallulah Upshaw, b: abt 1850 in AL; James W. Upshaw, b: abt 1852 in AL; and Willie Mary Upshaw, b: 25 APR 1855 in AL.
Sarah Frances "Fannie" married Abraham Hill Mitchell, son of Jourdan Mitchell and Julia Ann Hardin. (Teresa Griffis, email, 6/19/2004. RLD)

I have been interested in this couple for a while. First, from a letter from Geraldine Jourdan's sister Catherine Lucretia Alston to Geraldine dated 16 Jan 1861, " John Daniell and Nettie Holsey were going to marry the 15th of this month , they were all delighted with the match." Then I believe Bob found "Alabama Marriages 1840-1869" CD#2, Antoinette Halsey to John L. Daniel, 15 Jan 1861, Barbour County. I did some research into the Holsey family (from Hancock County. Nettie's father, Gideon Holsey, is the brother of the more famous, Hopkins Hosley of Hancock County, a noted Unionist in the early 1850's. There is an infamous James Holsey of Hancock County that is either her brother or her father's brother. (Tuck Wilson, email 6/20/2004. RLD) 301


Notes: Marriage

CD, 2, ALABAMA MARRIAGES, Barbour Co., AL (1843-1869) HALSEY, ANTOINETTE E - DANIEL, JOHN L. January 15, 1861 (1840) http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HALSEY/2001-04/0987131669

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Johnnie DANIELL




Husband Johnnie DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Johnnie Ellis DANIELL (1907-1975)
       Mother: Doris KNOX (Abt 1910-      )


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2 M Richard DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Johnnie Ellis DANIELL and Doris KNOX




Husband Johnnie Ellis DANIELL 43

         Born: 12 February 1907 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia 43
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         Died: 12 February 1975 - Lake County, Florida 43
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       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483


     Marriage: Abt 1927

 Other Spouse: Mary Belle NIX 43,487 - January 1939



Wife Doris KNOX

         Born: Abt 1910
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1 M Johnnie DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M SSgt James Franklin DANIELL, USAF, Korea (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M William DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Johnnie Ellis DANIELL

Johnnie Ellis DANIELL married first Doris KNOX about 1927.

In January 1939, Johnnie married second Mary Belle NIX, the second wife and widow of Wilbert BURNEY, Sr. Wilbert's first wife was Daisy C. DANIELL, Johnnie's aunt. This marriage made Johnnie the step-father of Wilma Irene BURNEY, the half sister to Daisy's children, and by extension a step-father to his cousins Wilbert, Jr., Herbert, and Louise BURNEY.

During World War II, Johnnie Ellis and his father, John Frank DANIELL, built Liberty ships in Jacksonville, Florida. [Jean Porter Daniell]

In 1953, Johnnie and Mary moved from Umatilla, Florida to Jacksonville. They had no children, but were the beloved Grandpa Johnnie and Grandma Mary of Wilma Irene Scarbrough's family. [William E. Scarbrough, 2010]

Johnnie and Mary are buried in Restlawn Memorial Park, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. A picture of his grave marker, shared with wife, Mary Belle NIX, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59118537 created by Robert Daniell on Sep 24, 2010:

MARY B. JOHNNIE E.
1903-1992 1907-1975
DANIELL

Beside the surname is a Woodsmen of the World emblem and thew number

The Social Security Death Index shows that Johnnie was in New York when he obtained his social security card.

"DANIELL, JOHNNIE 12 Feb 1907 Feb 1975 67-68 32757 (Mount Dora, Lake, FL) (none specified) New York 112-05-0060" [SSDI]

"JOHNNIE DANIELL 112-05-0060 February 12, 1907 February 1, 1975 67 years FL 32757 (Mount Dora, Lake County) [http://www.faqs.org/people-search/daniell-florida/]


General Notes: Wife - Doris KNOX

Doris KNOX was the first wife of Johnnie Ellis DANIELL.
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Johnnie Ellis DANIELL and Mary Belle NIX




Husband Johnnie Ellis DANIELL 43

         Born: 12 February 1907 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia 43
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         Died: 12 February 1975 - Lake County, Florida 43
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       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483


     Marriage: January 1939

 Other Spouse: Doris KNOX - Abt 1927



Wife Mary Belle NIX 43,487

         Born: 6 March 1903 43
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         Died: 12 March 1992 43
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       Father: Herbert B. NIX (1878-1954) 487
       Mother: Dora --?-- (1882-1963) 487



 Other Spouse: Wilbert Saul Bennett BURNEY 489 - After March 1920


Children

General Notes: Husband - Johnnie Ellis DANIELL

Johnnie Ellis DANIELL married first Doris KNOX about 1927.

In January 1939, Johnnie married second Mary Belle NIX, the second wife and widow of Wilbert BURNEY, Sr. Wilbert's first wife was Daisy C. DANIELL, Johnnie's aunt. This marriage made Johnnie the step-father of Wilma Irene BURNEY, the half sister to Daisy's children, and by extension a step-father to his cousins Wilbert, Jr., Herbert, and Louise BURNEY.

During World War II, Johnnie Ellis and his father, John Frank DANIELL, built Liberty ships in Jacksonville, Florida. [Jean Porter Daniell]

In 1953, Johnnie and Mary moved from Umatilla, Florida to Jacksonville. They had no children, but were the beloved Grandpa Johnnie and Grandma Mary of Wilma Irene Scarbrough's family. [William E. Scarbrough, 2010]

Johnnie and Mary are buried in Restlawn Memorial Park, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. A picture of his grave marker, shared with wife, Mary Belle NIX, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59118537 created by Robert Daniell on Sep 24, 2010:

MARY B. JOHNNIE E.
1903-1992 1907-1975
DANIELL

Beside the surname is a Woodsmen of the World emblem and thew number

The Social Security Death Index shows that Johnnie was in New York when he obtained his social security card.

"DANIELL, JOHNNIE 12 Feb 1907 Feb 1975 67-68 32757 (Mount Dora, Lake, FL) (none specified) New York 112-05-0060" [SSDI]

"JOHNNIE DANIELL 112-05-0060 February 12, 1907 February 1, 1975 67 years FL 32757 (Mount Dora, Lake County) [http://www.faqs.org/people-search/daniell-florida/]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Belle NIX

In the1910 census of Precinct 7, Nassua County, Florida, Mary NIX, age 7, is the daughter of H. B., 35, and Dora, 28, NIX [Series: T624 Roll: 166 Page: 79]
1920 U.S. Census, Florida, Nassau County, Pct. 7; Series: T625 Roll: 227 Page: 86:
Fm 117 120 NIX Herbert Head M W 41 M FL SC FL Farmer Own farm;
-- Dora Wife F W 38 M GA GA GA;
-- Henry Son M W 18 S FL FL GA Laborer;
-- Mary Dau F W 16 S FL FL GA;
-- Odes Son M W 14 S FL FL GA Laborer;
-- Francis Dau F W 13 S FL FL GA;
-- Lennon Son M W 11 S FL FL GA;
-- Agnes Dau F W 10 S FL FL GA;
-- Nathan Son M W 8 S FL FL GA;
-- Ollie Dau F W 6 S FL FL GA;
-- Emma Dau F W 4 S FL FL GA;
-- James Son M W 3 S FL FL GA;
-- Kathy Dau F W Sister F40 S FL SC FL

Mary Belle NIX first married Wilbert Saul BURNEY, a widower with three children. They had a daughter Wilma Irene born in 1926. Wilbert was killed in 1937.

Mary then married Johnnie Ellis DanDANIELL iell in January 1939. Johnnie was the nephew of Wilbert Saul's first wife, Daisy C. DANIELL. This marriage made Johnnie the step-father of Wilma Irene BURNEY, the half sister to Daisy's children, and by extension a step-father to his cousins Wilbert, Jr., Herbert, and Louise BURNEY.

Mary and Johnnie had no children. Johnnie died in 1979. She died in Mount Dora, Lake County, Florida and was buried beside Johnnie in Restlawn Memorial Park, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. A picture of her grave marker, shared with husband Johnnie DANIELL is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59118558 created by Robert Daniell on Sep 24, 2010:

MARY B. JOHNNIE E.
1903-1992 1907-1975
DANIELL

"DANIELL, MARY B 06 Mar 1903 Mar 1992 88-89 (not specified) (none specified) Florida 264-16-3296" [SSDI]
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Jon Eric DANIELL, M.D. and Patricia Erin SHEEDY




Husband Jon Eric DANIELL, M.D. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Colonel Walter Earl DANIELL, USMC, Vietnam
       Mother: Elesa Diane LLOYD


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Wife Patricia Erin SHEEDY (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Quinn Elesa DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Piper Rhys DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Rowan Gantt DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Jonathan Reid DANIELL and Cheryl Elaine SAPP




Husband Jonathan Reid DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lee Reid DANIELL
       Mother: Lorine NELSON


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       Father: Ernest MOODY
       Mother: Frances MOBLEY




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1 M Jonathon Reid DANIELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Joshua Kyle DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Joseph Lamar DANIELL and Ruby Dale EDENFIELD




Husband Joseph Lamar DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph Lamar DANIELL, USA, WWII (1919-1994)
       Mother: Ouida Faye ROBERDS


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 Other Spouse: Kristen Kay ALLEN



Wife Ruby Dale EDENFIELD (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Christopher Lamar DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Joseph Lamar DANIELL, USA, WWII and Ouida Faye ROBERDS




Husband Joseph Lamar DANIELL, USA, WWII 2319

         Born: 23 February 1919 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 17 October 1994 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963) 815,2319,2322
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965) 2319,2322


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Wife Ouida Faye ROBERDS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Linda Lee DANIELL

         Born: 15 August 1941 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia



2 F Barbara Ann DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Patricia Faye DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Toni Nancy DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Judy Diane DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M Joseph Lamar DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Kristen Kay ALLEN (living)



General Notes: Husband - Joseph Lamar DANIELL, USA, WWII

World War II Enlistment records show DANIELL Joseph L, serial number 20403257, single, resident of Thomas County, Georgia, born 1919, enlisted in the U.S. Army on 20 September 1940 at Thomasville, Georgia for a period of one year. Box Number 0343 Film Number 3.65.

DANIELL
Graveside services for Joseph Lamar "Hootie" Daniell, 75, 103 Holly Hill Drive, Thomasville, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19, 1994, at Laurel Hill Cemetery. The Rev. Merrill Coram will officiate. Mr. Daniell died today, Monday, Oct. 17, 1994, at his residence. Born Feb. 23, 1919, in Thomas County, he was a son of the late Joseph Lee Daniell and Mattie Shiver. A member of the Primitive Baptist faith, he had retied from Seaboard Coastline Railroad as yard conductor, after 38 years of service. He served in the U.S. Army from 1940 to 1941, and was married to Ouida Faye Roberds Daniell, who survives. Other survivors include daughters, Patricia Wilson, Ochlocknee, Barbara Aldridge, Thomasville, Toni Garland, Cairo, Diane Hunter, Live Oak, Fla.; son, Joe Daniell, Charleston, S.C.; 10 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sister, Verta McCray, Thomasville; brothers, C. L. Daniell, Jacksonville, Fla. and L. R. Daniell, Blackshear. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Southwest Georgia. The family will receive friends at Dekle-Allen Funeral Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.--Dekle-Allen Funeral Chapel [Teresa Griffis]
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Joseph Lee DANIELL and Mattie C. SHIVER




Husband Joseph Lee DANIELL 815,2319,2322

         Born: 11 July 1887 - Thomas County, Georgia 815
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         Died: 24 March 1963 - Thomasville, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481


     Marriage: 4 July 1909 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia 2482



Wife Mattie C. SHIVER 2319,2322

         Born: 31 August 1894 - Mitchell County, Georgia 2322
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         Died: 4 March 1965 - Thomasville, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Loyd Hampton SHIVER (1857-1903) 1702,2483
       Mother: Elizabeth LUCKEY (1868-1939)




Children
1 F Myrtle Elizabeth DANIELL 2319,2320

         Born: 15 August 1910 - Mitchell County, Georgia
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         Died: 4 March 1972 - Jonesboro, Georgia
       Buried: 6 March 1972 - Sherwood Memorial Cemetery, Clayton County, Georgia
       Spouse: Hansel George ARNOLD 43,2316
         Marr: 1 August 1926 - Thomas County, Georgia


2 M Charles Loyd DANIELL, Sr. 2319

         Born: 7 November 1912 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 4 May 2009 - Putnam County, Florida
       Buried: 10 May 2009 - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Minerva BRYANT
         Marr: Abt 1933. (Divorced before July 1948)
       Spouse: Martha Corine TUCKER 2320
         Marr: 11 July 1948 - Kingsland, Georgia


3 M TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII 2319

          AKA: Julian Kenneth DANIELS
         Born: 28 September 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
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         Died: 28 June 1993 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Marjorie GODWIN
         Marr: Abt 1938. (Divorced in 1942)
       Spouse: Christine LINDSEY
         Marr: Abt 1950
       Spouse: Eva Mae PLYMEL
         Marr: 1966


4 F Mary Verta DANIELL 2319

         Born: 10 October 1916 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 31 July 2010 - Mitchell County, Georgia
       Buried: 3 August 2010 - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Oscar Pierce McCRAY 43
         Marr: 12 April 1936 - Thomas County, Georgia


5 M Joseph Lamar DANIELL, USA, WWII 2319

         Born: 23 February 1919 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 17 October 1994 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Ouida Faye ROBERDS (living)


6 M Lee Reid DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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7 M Lowell Thomas DANIELL 43

         Born: 2 December 1933 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
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       Buried:  - Macon Memorial Park Cemetery
       Spouse: Mary Faye BATTON (living)
       Spouse: Frances Ellen LEE (living)



General Notes: Husband - Joseph Lee DANIELL

Joseph Lee DANIELL was born 11 July 1887, son of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER. He was called "Lee." Lee married Mattie SHIVER in 1909. In the following 10 years, they had five children while living on a small farm halfway between two country towns, Pavo and Coolidge, Georgia.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Pavo; Series: T624 Roll: 215 Page: 259: 235 235 DANIELS Lee Head M W 22 S GA GA GA Farmer; -- Mattie Wife F W 15 S GA GA GA. Next door are Joseph Lee's parents and younger siblings.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia,Thomas County; Series: T625 Roll: 280 Page: 11: Fm 203 207 DANIELL Lee Head M W 32 M GA GA GA Farmer; -- Mattie Wife F W 25 M GA GA GA; -- Myrtle Dau F W 9 S GA GA GA; -- Charles Son M W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Julian Son M W 5 S GA GA GA; -- Verta Dau F W 38/12 S GA GA GA; -- Lamar Son M W 111/12 S GA GA GA. (Note: Lee is indexed as "Kee Daniell" by Heritage Quest in this census.)

After selling the farm in 1923, Lee moved his family down the road a little to Thomasville, Georgia where he went to work for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, the company from which he retired.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville; Series: T626 Roll: 387 Page: 106: 402 349 362 DANIELL Joseph L. Head M W 42 M 21 GA GA GA Inspector Railroad; -- Mattie Wife F W 35 M 15 GA GA GA; -- [Myrtle Dau, lined out] -- Charles L. Son 16 S GA GA GA ______; -- Julian Son 15 S GA GA GA; -- Verta Dau F W 13 S GA GA GA; -- Lamar Son M W 11 S GA GA GA; -- Leereed [sic, Lee Reid] M W 2+3/12 S GA GA GA.

Lee and Mattie had another son, Lowell Thomas DANIELL, in 1933.

In his father's obituary in 1936, Lee was residing in Thomasville, Georgia.

From the "Thomasville Times-Enterprise" Monday, March 25, 1963: JOSEPH L. DANIELL, 75, SUCCUMBS IN HOSPITAL - Joseph Lee Daniell, 75, of 425 Fletcher St., a retired railroad car inspector, died at 4:25 p.m. Sunday at Archbold Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. Mr. Daniell was stricken while fishing with a son, Lamar Daniell, at Lake Iamonia, Fla. He was rushed to the hospital, but never regained consciousness. Last rites were scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday at Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church. The Elders J. Harley Chapman and Bob Dickerson will officiate. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery with Dekle Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. "Pallbearers will be Jack Arnold, Ronnie McCray, Julian Knowles, Warren Daniell, Emory Wilson and Ralph Coggins. "Mr. Daniell was born July 11, 1887, in Thomas County, the son of the late Charles Henry and Mary Melvinie Baker Daniell. He was a member and deacon of the Primitive Baptist Church, Thomasville. Surviving are his wife, the former Mattie C. Shiver, whom he married July 4, 1909, at Coolidge; two daughters, Mrs. Oscar P. McCray, Thomasville, and Mrs. H. G. Arnold, Jonesboro; five sons, Julian K. Daniell and Joseph Lamar Daniell, Thomasville; Charles L. Daniell, Jacksonville; Lee R. Daniell, Waycross; and Lowell T. Daniell, Macon; a sister, Mrs. Berta Golding, Pavo; three brothers, Coy C. Daniell, Zephyr Hill, Fla.; J. U. Daniell, Miami; and B. L. Daniell, Lakeland; 24 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. (Submitted by Teresa Griffis)

From an uncited church paper, possibly the Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church:
DANIELL--Deacon J. Lee Daniell of Thomasville, Ga. passed away on March 24, 1963. He was born July 11, 1887 in Thomas County, Ga. Brother Daniell was a charter member and deacon of the Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church. Services were conducted at the Church by Elders Bob Dickerson and J. H. Chapman, Sr. Internment was in Laurel Hill Cemetery. Survivors include: his wife, the former Mattie C. Shiver; two daughters, Mrs. Oscar P. McCray, Thomasville and Mmrs. H. G. Arnold, Jonesboro, Ga.; five sons, Julian K. and Joseph Lamar, Thomasville, Ga., Charles L., Jacksonville, Fla., Lee R., Waycross, Ga., Lowell T., Macon, Ga.; one sister, three brothers, twenty-four grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. 2319


General Notes: Wife - Mattie C. SHIVER

From the "Thomasville Times-Enterprise" Friday, March 5, 1965: DANIELS RITES - Services for Mrs. Mattie C. Daniell, 70, who died Thursday, at her home, 425 Fletcher St., will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church, of which she was a member. Elders Bob Dickerson and Herbert I. Sims will officiate. Burial will be in the Laurel Hill Cemetery. Grandsons will be pallbearers. Mrs. Daniell, a native of Mitchell County, had lived in Thomas County since 1909. She was the widow of Joseph Lee Daniell. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. H. G. Arnold, Jonesboro, and Mrs. Oscar McCRAY; four sons, Charles L. Daniell, Jacksonville, Fla.; Lee Reid Daniell, Waycross; Lowell Thomas Daniell, Macon; and Joseph Lamar Daniell, Thomasville; 3 sisters, Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Macon; Mrs. Mamie Megahee, Quitman; and Mrs. Ludie Daniell, Port St. Joe., Fla.; 3 brothers, Johnny S. and Jessie C. Shiver, both of Camilla; and Perry L. Shiver, Pelham; and 24 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren. NOTE: Omitted from this obit was her son Julian Kenneth Daniell, Thomasville. Correct spelling is DANIELL, though the headline has it spelled Daniels. *Submitted by Teresa Griffis 2319

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HUNTER and Judy Diane DANIELL




Husband HUNTER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Judy Diane DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Joseph Lamar DANIELL, USA, WWII (1919-1994)
       Mother: Ouida Faye ROBERDS




Children

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Julian Harold DANIELL and Lunette PALMER




Husband Julian Harold DANIELL 814

         Born: 15 January 1925 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried:  - Oakside Cemetery, Zephryhills, Florida


       Father: Charles Coy DANIELL (1881-1966)
       Mother: Cora Edith RODGERS (1901-1975) 814


     Marriage:  - Cairo, Grady County, Georgia



Wife Lunette PALMER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried:  - Oakside Cemetery, Zephryhills, Florida

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN


Children

General Notes: Husband - Julian Harold DANIELL

J. Harold Daniels of Zephyrhills, Florida is named as a surviving son in the Oct. 7, 1966 obituary of C. C. [Charlie Coy] Daniels.


General Notes: Wife - Lunette PALMER

Prior to marrying Harold, Lunette was previously married and had a daughter, June, who resides in Zephyrhills, Florida in 2002.
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TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII and Marjorie GODWIN




Husband TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII 2319

          AKA: Julian Kenneth DANIELS
         Born: 28 September 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 June 1993 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963) 815,2319,2322
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965) 2319,2322


     Marriage: Abt 1938 -  (Divorced in 1942)

 Other Spouse: Christine LINDSEY - Abt 1950

 Other Spouse: Eva Mae PLYMEL - 1966



Wife Marjorie GODWIN

         Born: 6 September 1916
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 September 1979 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: James Edgar WILLIS - 1942


Children
1 F Lucretia Ann DANIELL 3499

          AKA: Lucretta Ann DANIELL
         Born: 5 December 1942
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 September 1985 - Thomasville, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Sr., USCG 3499
         Marr: Abt 1958. (Divorced in December 1965)
       Spouse: WILLARD MADDOX (living)
       Spouse: Thomas Ray CAMPBELL
         Marr: Abt 1970



General Notes: Husband - TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII

Julian Kenneth "J. K." DANIELL was a son of Joseph Lee DANIELL and Mattie C. SHIVER. He married Marjorie GODWIN about 1938. They divorced without J. K. knowing that Margie was pregnant. Their daughter, his only child, Lucretta Ann, was born December 5, 1942.

On 6 June 1942 at Ft McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, Julian K. Daniel, born 1914 in Georgia, enlisted as a private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He had a grammar school education and had experience as semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor. He was separated with dependents. His serial number was 34350778. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8TT-VD1 : accessed 15 Sep 2014), Julian K Daniel, enlisted 06 Jun 1942, Ft Mcpherson, Atlanta, Georgia, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002).]

J. K. Daniell served in the U.S. Army during World War II. His rank was TEC 5. He was stationed in the Phillippines. After the war, he received a picture of a very pretty young lady with this message on the back:
"Aug. 12, 1947 Cagayan, ____, Oriental, P.I.
To Danny; May this simple picture remind you once in a while of your new friend from a far away place. May you succeed in your daily undertakings, and God Bless Us All!! Sincerely, Vivian"

Lee Reid Daniell related this story about his brother J. K. and the end of his marriage to Margie GODWIN: "Margie left him, and J. K. didn't know she was pregnant. She was living in Hilliard, FL (I think) and that he would stop in to see her (he was a truck driver). I guess she had remarried to the Willis man, and had a little blond-haired daughter. One time when he was visiting, Margie told the little girl, "You are always wanting to know who your daddy was. Well there he is." Indicating J. K." [Teresa Griffis, daughter of Lee Reid Daniell]

J. K. married twice more, to Christine LINDSEY about 1950 and and to Eva Mae PLYMEL in 1966.

Julian Kenneth DANIEL and his widow, Eva Mae (PLYMEL BENTON) DANIEL, are in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. In the same cemetery plot, Street 14, Lot 17, are Eva's son, Anderson Sherry BENTON, and her daughter, Nancy Karen BENTON.

JULIAN K DANIEL 28 Sep 1914 28 Jun 1993 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA ) (none specified) 265-10-5481 Florida. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Marjorie GODWIN

When Margie GODWIN and Julian Kenneth DANIELL divorced, Margie did not tell Julian that she was pregnant. Her second husband, James Edgar WILLIS, gave Lucretta Ann his family name, hence Lucretta Ann WILLIS, but she is the biological daughter of Julian Kenneth DANIELL.

Social Security Death Index: Margie Willis 16 September 1917 September 1979 62 Grady County, Georgia 31728 266-46-1351 Florida

Margie is buried beside her daughter, Lucretia Ann CAMPBELL, in Laurel Hill Cemetery,Section E, Lot 23, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. A picture of her grave stone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85101423:

MARGIE G WILLIS
SEPT. 6, 1916
SEPT. 13, 1979

ANOTHER FLOWER
IN THE GARDEN
OF GOD AND
ANGEL
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TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII and Christine LINDSEY




Husband TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII 2319

          AKA: Julian Kenneth DANIELS
         Born: 28 September 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 June 1993 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963) 815,2319,2322
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965) 2319,2322


     Marriage: Abt 1950

 Other Spouse: Marjorie GODWIN - Abt 1938 (Divorced in 1942)

 Other Spouse: Eva Mae PLYMEL - 1966



Wife Christine LINDSEY

         Born: 31 January 1925
   Christened: 
         Died: August 1995
       Buried:  - Little Ochlochnee Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: John LINDSEY
       Mother: MINNIE




Children

General Notes: Husband - TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII

Julian Kenneth "J. K." DANIELL was a son of Joseph Lee DANIELL and Mattie C. SHIVER. He married Marjorie GODWIN about 1938. They divorced without J. K. knowing that Margie was pregnant. Their daughter, his only child, Lucretta Ann, was born December 5, 1942.

On 6 June 1942 at Ft McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, Julian K. Daniel, born 1914 in Georgia, enlisted as a private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He had a grammar school education and had experience as semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor. He was separated with dependents. His serial number was 34350778. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8TT-VD1 : accessed 15 Sep 2014), Julian K Daniel, enlisted 06 Jun 1942, Ft Mcpherson, Atlanta, Georgia, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002).]

J. K. Daniell served in the U.S. Army during World War II. His rank was TEC 5. He was stationed in the Phillippines. After the war, he received a picture of a very pretty young lady with this message on the back:
"Aug. 12, 1947 Cagayan, ____, Oriental, P.I.
To Danny; May this simple picture remind you once in a while of your new friend from a far away place. May you succeed in your daily undertakings, and God Bless Us All!! Sincerely, Vivian"

Lee Reid Daniell related this story about his brother J. K. and the end of his marriage to Margie GODWIN: "Margie left him, and J. K. didn't know she was pregnant. She was living in Hilliard, FL (I think) and that he would stop in to see her (he was a truck driver). I guess she had remarried to the Willis man, and had a little blond-haired daughter. One time when he was visiting, Margie told the little girl, "You are always wanting to know who your daddy was. Well there he is." Indicating J. K." [Teresa Griffis, daughter of Lee Reid Daniell]

J. K. married twice more, to Christine LINDSEY about 1950 and and to Eva Mae PLYMEL in 1966.

Julian Kenneth DANIEL and his widow, Eva Mae (PLYMEL BENTON) DANIEL, are in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. In the same cemetery plot, Street 14, Lot 17, are Eva's son, Anderson Sherry BENTON, and her daughter, Nancy Karen BENTON.

JULIAN K DANIEL 28 Sep 1914 28 Jun 1993 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA ) (none specified) 265-10-5481 Florida. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Christine LINDSEY

Christine LINDSEY was the second wife of Julian Kenneth "J. K." Daniell, aka DANIEL.

J. K. was a truck driver and they married in either Tallapoosa or Tuscaloosa, AL (or some name like that). She was living in Meigs and she always worked at a truck stop. She had 2 or 3 children by a Mr. Cash from Atlanta, but they didn't live with her. Aunt Verta doesn't remember when they married, but they separated sometime in the 60's because J. K. married again in 1966. Christine was seeing a man by the name of Barrett (not sure of the spelling) whom she met at the truck stop, and may have married him. Aunt Verta said she only met Christine's parents 1 time, but thinks her father's name was John. (From Teresa Griffis, conversation with Mary Verta Daniell McCRAY)
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TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII and Eva Mae PLYMEL




Husband TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII 2319

          AKA: Julian Kenneth DANIELS
         Born: 28 September 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 June 1993 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963) 815,2319,2322
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965) 2319,2322


     Marriage: 1966

 Other Spouse: Marjorie GODWIN - Abt 1938 (Divorced in 1942)

 Other Spouse: Christine LINDSEY - Abt 1950



Wife Eva Mae PLYMEL

          AKA: Eva Mae P. DANIELS 2726
         Born: 4 April 1929 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 January 2005 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia 2726


       Father: Melvin C. PLYMEL (1905-1979)
       Mother: Lillie M. DAVIS (Cir 1904-      ) 2320



 Other Spouse: BENTON


Children

General Notes: Husband - TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII

Julian Kenneth "J. K." DANIELL was a son of Joseph Lee DANIELL and Mattie C. SHIVER. He married Marjorie GODWIN about 1938. They divorced without J. K. knowing that Margie was pregnant. Their daughter, his only child, Lucretta Ann, was born December 5, 1942.

On 6 June 1942 at Ft McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, Julian K. Daniel, born 1914 in Georgia, enlisted as a private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He had a grammar school education and had experience as semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor. He was separated with dependents. His serial number was 34350778. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8TT-VD1 : accessed 15 Sep 2014), Julian K Daniel, enlisted 06 Jun 1942, Ft Mcpherson, Atlanta, Georgia, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002).]

J. K. Daniell served in the U.S. Army during World War II. His rank was TEC 5. He was stationed in the Phillippines. After the war, he received a picture of a very pretty young lady with this message on the back:
"Aug. 12, 1947 Cagayan, ____, Oriental, P.I.
To Danny; May this simple picture remind you once in a while of your new friend from a far away place. May you succeed in your daily undertakings, and God Bless Us All!! Sincerely, Vivian"

Lee Reid Daniell related this story about his brother J. K. and the end of his marriage to Margie GODWIN: "Margie left him, and J. K. didn't know she was pregnant. She was living in Hilliard, FL (I think) and that he would stop in to see her (he was a truck driver). I guess she had remarried to the Willis man, and had a little blond-haired daughter. One time when he was visiting, Margie told the little girl, "You are always wanting to know who your daddy was. Well there he is." Indicating J. K." [Teresa Griffis, daughter of Lee Reid Daniell]

J. K. married twice more, to Christine LINDSEY about 1950 and and to Eva Mae PLYMEL in 1966.

Julian Kenneth DANIEL and his widow, Eva Mae (PLYMEL BENTON) DANIEL, are in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. In the same cemetery plot, Street 14, Lot 17, are Eva's son, Anderson Sherry BENTON, and her daughter, Nancy Karen BENTON.

JULIAN K DANIEL 28 Sep 1914 28 Jun 1993 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA ) (none specified) 265-10-5481 Florida. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Eva Mae PLYMEL

Obituary:
Graveside services for Eva Mae P. Daniel of Thomas County, GA., are at 2:00PM on Sunday, January 9, 2005 in Laurel Hill Cemetery on 14th Street. The Rev. Doug Mills will officiate. Mrs. Daniels passed away quietly at the home of her youngest daughter on January 6, 2005 surrounded by her children and loved ones after suffering from a long-term illness.
Born April 4, 1929 she was the daughter of the late Melvin C. Plymel and Lillie M. Plymel. She was preceded in death by her husband, Julian K. Daniel, a daughter, Nancy K. Benton and a son, Anderson S. Benton. She is survived by a son, Melvin S. Benton and his wife, Joyce of Goose Creek, S.C., a daughter, Eva M. Hunter and her husband, Tony of Tallahassee, FL., a daughter, Judy C. Haler of Tallahassee, FL., six grandchildren, six great grandchildren, a brother, Mayo C. Plymel and his wife Mary of Cairo, GA., and a sister, Thelma Golding of Thomasville, GA.

Eva Mae (PLYMEL BENTON) DANIEL and her second husband, Julian Kenneth DANIEL are in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. In the same cemetery plot, Street 14, Lot 17, are her son, Anderson Sherry BENTON, and her daughter, Nancy Karen BENTON.

"EVA M DANIEL 04 Apr 1929 06 Jan 2005 (V) 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA ) (none specified) 257-42-3032 Georgia" (SSDI)
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Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN and Juliet Anna DANIELL




Husband Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN 2223

         Born: Abt 1785 - North Hampton County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 December 1843 - Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin JORDAN (1757-1787)
       Mother: Elizabeth HARVEY (1759-      )


     Marriage: 24 June 1823 - Jones County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Sally VINCENT - 4 December 1805 - Greenville, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Mary Josephine THORNTON 2225,3258 - 25 December 1834 - Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia



Wife Juliet Anna DANIELL 2223,2231

         Born: 15 October 1800 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: May 1834
       Buried: 


       Father: Levi DANIELL, Esq. RS-SC (1759-1800) 896,3414
       Mother: Martha Pearson COOK (1777-1842) 2223




Children
1 F Martha Ann Warren JOURDAN 3725

         Born: Abt March 1824 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 September 1829 - Jones County, Georgia 3725
       Buried: 



2 F Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN 2195,2223,2225

         Born: 1825 - Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1863 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Georgia
       Spouse: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. 2222,2223
         Marr: 1 July 1840 - Jackson County, Georgia 2224


3 F Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN 2161,2225

         Born: 4 July 1829 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 September 1879 - Americus, Sumter County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Patrick Henry MITCHELL
         Marr: After 14 February 1847
       Spouse: John Raymond WORRILL 2161
         Marr: 24 January 1860


4 F Juliet Josephine JOURDAN

         Born: Between June 1830 and May 1834 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 June 1840
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN

Notes from David Leon (Tuck) Wilson III: Early on, his parents came to Wilkes and Jackson counties in Georgia, where in 1787, Benjamin JOURDAN, a Revolutionary soldier, was killed, according to legend, by Indians. Something happened to Warren's mother soon after this. In 1791 Warren's uncle, Josiah JORDAN, took Warren and his siblings and reared them in Oglethorpe Co. (Wilkes Co. Deed Book GG, 1790-1793) and Josiah was appointed their guardian in 1791. ("Early Records of GA, Vol. II, Wilkes Co." by Grace G. Davidson. Warren JOURDAN was a member of the Georgia legislature from Morgan Co., GA 1812-1821, and Jones Co., GA 1827-1829, Speaker of the House in 1829, (Roster of Officers of GA House of Representatives, Session 54, 1829, GA Sec. of State web site), a US Presidential Elector from Jones Co., GA in 1824, and a delegate to the US Constitutional Convention in 1833. He was a speaker of note, parliamentarian, writer, and poet. Warren wrote a book of poetry, philosophy, and ethics for each of his daughters. According to some researchers, his handwriting was amazing, looks more like engraving. He often debated with Alexander STEVENS in Gainesville, GA and elsewhere. In 1825 he was appointed by Gov. TROUP to investigate the behavior of John CROWELL, an Indian agent and the death of the Indian Chief, Gen. William McINTOSH. (Archives and History of AL) His magnificent home in Gainesville was built around 1833 of heart oak and was often called "Jourdan's Folly" because of the great expense in building. He also spent a lot of money in other ways. He had exquisite ivory miniatures painted and set in gold for his wife and each of his daughters. He had large land holdings in Baker Co., GA and owned land in Morgan Co., GA, and a large plantation near Clinton in Jones Co., GA. All of this led, in part, to his financial problems. He lost most of his fortune in standing security for his cousin, Benjamin Smith JOURDAN.

Early Records of Georgia - Vol II - Wilkes County, Davidson, Grace Gillam
publ: Rev Silas Emmett Lucas Jr, 1968 [Originally published in Macon GA 1933][pg 90][Deed Book "G.G"] Page 349 - JORDAN, James, Lucy, Elizabeth and Warren, sons and daus. of Benj. JORDAN late of said county dec'd, through their uncle Josiah JORDAN ask that he be app. their gdn. Granted Sept. 26, 1791.

From Helen Leino attributed to Tuck Wilson: Warren JOURDAN retained the French spelling of his last name, although others of his immediate family changed to the newer form of "JORDAN." Records prove this to be true.

In the Land Lottery of 1804 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia for Revolutionary War services there are records for Warren JOURDAN (orphan), James JOURDAN, Josiah JOURDAN, and James DANIELL, Sr. (From notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson)

Notes from John R. Clarke: "Col. Warren JORDAN was born 1784/1787 in Northampton County, NC... the son of Benjamin JORDAN RS-NC and Elizabeth HARVEY and grandson of George JORDAN and Patience WARREN... Celia JORDAN, Benjamin's older sister, married Samuel TARVER, III -- the ancestor of most of the TARVERS of Richmond and Burke County, GA. One of my DANIEL girls married a grandson of Samuel and Celia TARVER.

In the 1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Morgan County, Warren JOURDAN, age 16-26, and a female, 26-45, have no children in the household, 54 slaves enumerated.
Jourdan Warren 24 20 96/97 pg086.txt Capt. Peter G. Morrow's District incl Kingston
24 | Warren Jourdan | 0 0 0 1 0 0 | 0 0 0 1 0 | 0 | 30 0 0 | 10 20 6 0 | 10 5 2 1
(http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/ga/morgan/1820/pg086.txt)

Warren JOURDAN married Juliet Anna DANIELL, his second wife, on 24 June 1823, in Jones County, Georgia. Transcribed records spell the surnames as JORDAN and DANIEL.

Morgan County, Ga., Deed Book H, 1823 - 1824 © 2004 Michal Martin Farmer
"page 199 Morgan Co., Ga.: 14 Jan. 1824, Abner Zachrey of Morgan Co., to Warren Jourdan of Jones Co., Ga., for $100, tract beg. cor. on road, on dividing line between said Zachrey & Ewing Morrow's land to within 40 feet of said Zachrey's cleared land to road, on road to beg., is 30 acres comprising all woodland within the limits above to the N.W. side of road leading from Kingston to Eatonton, adj. lands of Ewing Morrow, said Zachrey, & said Jourdan, is part of Lot 265 in 4th Dist. of originally Baldwin now Morgan Co. /s/ Abner Zachrey. Wit: James Shepherd, Wm. Timmons, D. Lanier, J.P. Recorded 16 Jan. 1824." [http://michalfarmer.com/morganh/page210.html]

Jones County Georgia Superior Court General Index to Slaves Direct & Reverse. 1791-1864 Compiled by Miss Mary Mulligan, Deputy Clerk in Superior Court Clerk Office Jones County, Gray, Georgia:
"[Grantor] Burton, Lewis [Grantee] Warren Jordan? B of S [Book] O/[Page] 50 27 Mar 1828 Slaves"
"[Grantor] Moore, John R. [Grantee] Warren Jordan Deed [Book] O/[Page] 77 3-11-1828 [Blank description]"
[http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/jones/deeds/slaves.txt]

Among others listed in the notice, WARREN JOURDAN of Jones County was appointed Aide-de-Camp to the Commander in Chief with the rank of Colonel. [The Georgian, Savannah, Georgia, March 6, 1828, Page 2]

Warren and Juliet's daughter Martha Ann died 26 September 1829 at age 5.

1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jones County; Series: M19 Roll: 18 Page: 442:
Warren JOURDAN . . 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . . . || 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Reads 1 male 10-15 [Unknown], 1 male 20-30 [Unknkown], 1 male 30-40 [Unknown], 1 male 40-50 [Warren]; 2 females under 5 [Catherine, and Juliet or Sarah], 1 female 20-30 [Juliet].
Are the birth dates for Juliet Josephine and/or Sarah Geraldine then wrong?
The children of Warren and Juliet Anna Daniell JOURDAN were:
1. Martha Ann Warren (about March, 1823-1829). Her obituary: "At LaGrange, Jones County on 23rd inst., Martha Ann Warren, eldest daughter of Col. Warren JOURDAN, age 5 years, 6 mos. Sept. 26, 1829." An added note by Judge Folks Huxford states: "This LaGrange (Georgia) was evidently another town from the present LaGrange which is in Troup County." [Tuck Wilson offers that "LaGrange" may have been the name of Warren JOURDAN's plantation.]
2. Catherine Lucretia JORDAN (1825-1862/1863) married Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, MD (1820-1890) of Abbeville District, South Carolina.
3. Juliet Josephine JORDAN (1827-1831?) [NOTE: Juliet is named in Warren JOURDAN's unpublished Will dated December 1837, proving she died after that date, 1839? He also listed Juliet third in order of names, after Sarah Geraldine. Third then in order of birth? Born after 1830 when only 2 female children are enumerated, both under 5? RLD]
4. Sarah Geraldine JORDAN (1829-1879) married Patrick Henry MITCHELL and second John Raymond WORRILL. She died in Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.

Georgia, Hancock County: Warren JOURDAN applies for letters of administration on the estate of Levi DANIELL [his father-in law], late of said county, deceased. (Signed) Spencer W. TAYLOR, D.C.C.O. August 29, 1817

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hall County; Series: M704 Roll: 42 Page: 204:
Warran [sic] R. JOURDIN [sic] 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . || 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . .|| 10 33 . . 2 . || 10 8 25 . 2 . || . 96 || . 80 . 2 . . .
Reads: 1M under 5 (Warren Jr. or Reubin), 1M 50-60 (Warren); 1F under 5 (Madeline Virginia), 1F 5-10 ( Juliet Josephine ), 1F 10-14 (probably Sarah Geraldine as Catherine Lucretia marries in 1840); 1F 20-29 ( Third wife Mary) || 90 slaves . [Census record located by Tuck Wilson]
Two names above Warren: William L. WILSON 2 . . . . . 1 [William, 40-50] . . . . . . || . . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Three names below: William C. DANIELL* 1 1 1 2 1 . 1 [William, 40-50] . . . . . . || . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . . .
Then: Robert McCUTCHIN** [sic] 2 . 1 . 1 [Robert, 20-30] . . . . . . . . || . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . .
*Likely Dr. William Coffee DANIELL, born 1792 in Greene County, Georgia, not known to be related to the James DANIELL family of Hancock County, Georgia. [Birth from Savannah River plantations Savannah Georgia Historical Society, 1947, 505 pgs, p. 158. Parents not named.]
** Possibly related to the family of Benjamin McCUTCHEON whose sons Wyatt Socrates and Ira William married sisters Sarah Geraldine and Juliet Alice McCULLOH respectively. The McCULLOH sisters were Juliet Anna DANIELL's half nieces.

This will of Warren JOURDAN is dated 9 December 1837 but was never filed. Tuck Wilson found it in the bottom of a will drawer, along with a letter to his executor explaining he expected to be "called to the field" in what would likely be a fatal encounter, in Jones County and has generously shared his find:
Georgia
Jones County
In the name of God amen I Warren Jourdan of the county and state aforesaid being of sound mind and memory and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die - do make an ordain the following will and testament hereby revoking and annulling all heretofore made - written and subscribed with my own hand the day and date as written
Item 1st . I give and bequeath unto my wife Mary J. Jourdan for and during her natural life all my lands in the county of Hall and the improved lots in the town of Gainesville and adjacent tracts. Also two Gold lots in the Cherokee Country drawn by myself - likewise the following Negroes - Davey a carriage driver and Penny his wife, Charles and his wife Sally, Patsy a cook, Albert a house servant, Clarissa, _____, Penny, Polly, Horace, Jack and Judy his wife. All the stock and grain on the above lands - and equal proportion of the household and kitchen furniture - also my family carriage and pair of Greys handed to her in like manner.
Item 2nd It is my will and desire that all the property and it's increase that I willed to my wife Mary J. Jourdan at her death to vest and become the property of my youngest daughter Madeleine Virginia Jourdan to her and the lawful heirs of her body forever.
Item 3rd It is further my will and desire that my lands in Jones and Baker Counties and all the residue of my Negroes and property of every kind and description as well as all dues and demands be vested in and become the property of my three daughters Catherine L., Sarah G., and Juliet Josephine Jourdan to them and their lawful heirs forever. Provided always that in case either of my daughter's Catherine L., Sarah G., or Juliet J. Jourdan should die of ___ or without legal issue - then the property should devolve(?) upon those that may be living and in like manner - in case a second ____ (one?) should die in her minority or without lawful issue than the property to devolve(?) upon the third, and in case all three of my daughters Catherine L., Sarah G., and Juliet J. Jourdan should die in their minority or without lawful issue - then and in that case the property to devolve(?) upon my daughter Madeleine J. Jourdan to her and the lawful heirs of her body forever.
Item 4th It is further my will and desire that my wife Mary J. Jourdan should retain all her jewelry and books, these have been mostly presented by myself and are to be considered her private property and apart from any bequests as likewise her bedchambers- furniture.
Item 5th I bequeath unto my daughter Catherine L. Jourdan my goal watch and chain - also my portrait and gold headed cane to her forever.
I furthermore appoint an ordain my trusty friend Robert V. Hardaman of Jones County my sole executor of this my last will and testament in witness thereof I have here on to set my hand and seal this 9th December 1837.
Warren Jourdan
attested by
John Marsh
William Goulding, his mark
Sarah Goulding, her mark

"Warren Jourdan died 13 Dec. 1843 (Some researchers say 18 Dec.) in Athens, TN McMinn Co. (From "Burials and Deaths in Columbus Enquier" by B. W. Wright and Jourdan's obituary on p. 77 of "Marriages and Obituaries from Various GA Newspapers" by Huxford)" [Helen Leino, http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/jones/bios/jourdan.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Juliet Anna DANIELL

In her father's will, Levi DANIELL bequeathed "... To my daughter Juliett all the remaining part of my lands on waters of Island or Rockey Creek on a division with my daughter Catherine, be there 100 acres. Also to Juliett the following Negroes: Joe, Nan, Armor, Jack, Abram, Sue, Davy, Ben, Siller, Tom and Dinah. ... The lands whereon I now live which falls to me as my Stepmother's decease to be divided among my three children."

When Juliet DANIELL, the third and youngest orphan of Levi DANIELL, came of age to choose her guardian, she, as her brother and sister before her, chose John DANIEL, her step-father. John gave his bond and security in the sum of twelve thousand dollars to be appointed Juliet DANIELL's guardian.

Miss Juliett DANIEL and Caroline ALSTON are listed as an early member, between 1815 - 1839, of the Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church, Hancock Co., Ga. [The History of Hancock County, Georgia, Elizabeth Wiley Smith. c1977, vol. 1, page 37-38.]

"Miss Juliet Ann DANIEL 3" is on a list of those with letters in the Milledgeville post office. Also listed are: William DANIEL James DANIEL, John Daniel, and Mrs. Martha DANIEL. [Georgia Journal, Jul. 4, 1820 -- page 3]

The (Milledgeville) Reflector, December 22, 1818: "NOTICE. Will be hired out for the ensuing year at my place of residence, on Island Creek, on Thursday the 31st of this month, the negroes belonging to Miss Juliet DANIEL, among whom are four likely fellows. John DANIEL, gurardian" [http://www.georgiagenealogy.org/hancock2/news%201795%20-%201819.html]

"On Monday after Christmas, the 30th instant, will be hired, at the Store house of Benjamin SANFORD, Hancock County, the negroes of Juliet A. DANIEL, consisting of men, boys, women and girls. (Signed) J. C. B. MITCHELL, Agent." (Tuesday, December 17, 1822) [Milledgeville Georgia Newspaper Clippings (Southern Recorder), Volume I, 1820-27, Tad Evans, p. 122]

On 24 June 1823, Juliet Anna DANIELL married Warren JOURDAN in Jones County, Georgia. She named one of her children Lucretia (I strongly suspect after Lucretia Bell Daniel, Jack's mother, as there were no Lucretias in the Warren JOURDAN or James DANIELL families. (Tuck Wilson).

QUESTION: Why was Juliet in Jones County? Might she have been there in conjunction with the family of Absolom EILAND? Some EILAND family researchers contend that Absolom married in 1775 Ann DANIEL, daughter of James DANIEL of Fairfield County, South Carolina. No proof has been cited for this assertion or that James had a daughter Ann, but if so, it would make Ann EILAND Juliet's aunt. There is circumstantial evidence that it might be possible.

Juliet was the mother of four daughters. She died in May 1834, survived by her husband and three young daughters, Catherine Lucretia, Sarah Geraldine, and Juliet Josephine.



Notes: Marriage

Jones County Georgia Marriages 1811 - File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Bcsinlow@aol.com, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/jones/vitals/marriage/1811.txt Resource: The History of Jones County by Carolyn Williams:
"Jordan, Warren - Daniel, Juliet 24 Jun 1823"
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Gary William HAWKINS and Kathleen Marie DANIELL




Husband Gary William HAWKINS

         Born: 24 August 1962 - Shasta County, Calafornia
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Wife Kathleen Marie DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: CMSgt Robert Louis DANIELL, USAF, Vietnam
       Mother: Patricia Arleen MATTSON



 Other Spouse: Terry CRISMON

 Other Spouse: Robert SAUMIER

 Other Spouse: John PELTIER


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1 F Evin Daniele HAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Richard William HAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Joseph Thomas HAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Gary William HAWKINS

Gary W Hawkins was born 24 August 1962 in Shasta County, California. His mother's maiden surname was Braun. ["California, Birth Index, 1905-1995," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V21D-QQW : accessed 15 May 2014), Gary W Hawkins, 24 Aug 1962; citing Shasta, California, United States, Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Department, Sacramento.]

Gary W. Hawkins, age 21, married Kathleen M. Daniell, age 19, on 22 October 1983 in Shasta County, California. ["California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V6N6-QFR : accessed 25 Dec 2013), Gary W Hawkins and Kathleen M Daniell, 1983.]

Gary William Hawkins resided at 19721 Indian Creek Dr., Cottonwood, California 96022 on 1 Sep 1993. Possible Relatives are: Indian Hawkins, Kathleen M. Saumier. Record Number 236892906. ["United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K15T-7T7 : accessed 25 Dec 2013), Gary William Hawkins, 01 Sep 1993.]

Gary William Hawkins married Suzette Rosemarie Rogers on 3 July 1995 in Washoe County, Nevada. Both were residents of Arizona. The marriage was registered in Reno, Nevada on 10 July 1995, Book Number 961, Page 1877. ["Nevada, Marriage Index, 1956-2005," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VVBR-94K : accessed 15 May 2014), Gary William Hawkins and Suzette Rosemarie Rogers, 03 Jul 1995; from "Nevada, Marriage Index, 1956-2005," index, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : 2007); citing Washoe, Nevada, United States, County Book 961, p. 1877, archive film number 314239.]

Suzette R Hawkins, born 18 September 1963, also known as Sue Rodgers, Sue Hawkins, Suzette W Hawkins, resided at Peoria, Arizona from Oct 2006-Oct 2007, and Glendale, Arizona 85306,1 Jul 1994-25 Mar 2008. Possible Relatives: Carla Linnette Rogers, Cheryl Denise Jackson, Ed Rogers, Edwin Odell Rogers, Gary W Hawkins, Linda A Rogers, Susan Jacquelin Rogers. Record Number 187694437. ["United States Public Records," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KYB3-R12 : accessed 15 May 2014), Suzette R Hawkins, Residence, Peoria, Arizona, United States; from a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]
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Robert SAUMIER and Kathleen Marie DANIELL




Husband Robert SAUMIER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Kathleen Marie DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: CMSgt Robert Louis DANIELL, USAF, Vietnam
       Mother: Patricia Arleen MATTSON



 Other Spouse: Gary William HAWKINS

 Other Spouse: Terry CRISMON

 Other Spouse: John PELTIER


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John PELTIER and Kathleen Marie DANIELL




Husband John PELTIER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Kathleen Marie DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: CMSgt Robert Louis DANIELL, USAF, Vietnam
       Mother: Patricia Arleen MATTSON



 Other Spouse: Gary William HAWKINS

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 Other Spouse: Robert SAUMIER


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Lee Reid DANIELL and Lorine NELSON




Husband Lee Reid DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963)
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965)


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Wife Lorine NELSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lucian Percy NELSON (1892-1964)
       Mother: Agnes Susan NETTLES (1902-1987)




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1 F Teresa Lee DANIELS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Joseph Donald DANIELS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Jonathan Reid DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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James Eddie WHITCHER and Loretta Cassie DANIELL




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Wife Loretta Cassie DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Loyd DANIELL, Sr. (1912-2009)
       Mother: Martha Corine TUCKER (1915-2003)




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2 M James Loyd WITCHER (details suppressed for this person)

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Henry W. POSEY and Louiza Constanza DANIELL




Husband Henry W. POSEY 308

          AKA: Henry POESY 3092
         Born: Abt 1820 - Georgia
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         Died: Bef 27 March 1855 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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     Marriage: 24 January 1847 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308



Wife Louiza Constanza DANIELL 308,3092

          AKA: Louisa DANIEL
         Born: 25 September 1831 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308,3092
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         Died: 8 October 1897 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 9 October 1897 - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 3483


       Father: Jesse DANIELL (1794-1860) 308
       Mother: Mary Ann TUCKER (1799-1880) 308,1345



 Other Spouse: John Francis Marion CALLAWAY 1145 - 11 September 1859 - Baldwin County, Georgia


Children
1 M Fernando C. POSEY, CSA 3092

         Born: 24 March 1848 - Georgia 1034
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         Died: 26 November 1894 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Sarah M. BRAKE 1344,3089
         Marr: 19 November 1868 - Baldwin County, Georgia


2 M Henry A. POSEY, CSA 557,1112

         Born: 6 November 1849 - Georgia 3092,4039
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         Died: 18 February 1914 - Georgia 4039
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 4040
       Spouse: Mary Ann Rebecca OSBOURNE 557,2284
         Marr: 11 February 1875 - Baldwin County, Georgia


3 M Cpl. Bright Damascus POSEY 568

         Born: 1853 - Georgia 4041
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         Died: 1945 - Baldwin County, Georgia 4041
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 4042
       Spouse: Augusta MILLS 563,564
         Marr: 27 May 1877 - Hancock County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Henry W. POSEY

Henry POSEY was born abt 1820 in Georgia. On 24 January 1847, he married Louisa DANIELL, daughter of Jesse and Mary A. DANIELL of Baldwin County. They are found in the 1850 census, with two children Fernando and Henry A., living next door to her brother, Arthur DANIELL and wife Caroline.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Exclusive of Milledgeville, August 16, 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page: 108: 295 295 Henry W. POESY (sic) 30 M Overseer Georgia; Louisa L. " 19 F Georgia; 11 Fernanda* " 2 F Georgia; Henry A. " 1 M Georgia. (*Census error, Fernando, a son. RLD) Next door is Louisa's brother: 296 296 Authur DANIEL 28 M Farmer Georgia; Caroline Daniel 18 F Georgia.

Slave Owners 1850 Baldwin County Census: Henry Posey 1 [http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/slaveowners1850.html]

Henry died before 27 March 1855:
"Georgia, Baldwin County: Arthur R. DANIEL apply (applies) to me for letters of administration on the estate of Henry W. POSEY deceased... (signed) John Hammond, ordinary." ( Tuesday, March 27, 1855) [Milledgeville Georgia Newspaper Clippings (Southern Recorder), Volume IX, 1853-1856, Tad Evans, p. 235]

A notice for sale of 1371/2 acres of land "lying on the east side of the Oconee river, about seven miles from Milledgeville, adjoining the lands of the estates of Samuel JOHNSON, Henry POSEY, and Harper TUCKER, deceased." was published in the Southern Recorder, Jan. 13, 1857, p. 3.

POSSIBLE father of Henry W. is: 1830 U.S. Census, Washington County, Georgia, p. 244: Henry POSEY 1 1 1 [Henry W.?] 0 1 (20-30) ||1 1 0 0 1 (30-40).


General Notes: Wife - Louiza Constanza DANIELL

Louiza Constanza DANIELL, daughter of Jesse DANIELL and Mary A. TUCKER, was born 25 September 1831, probably in Baldwin County, Georgia. Her date of birth was part of the Family Record "from the Holy Bible printed in 1816" in her mother's 1878 Widow's Pension Application, certified to the court to be genuine by Daniel R. TUCKER, an officer of the court and Mary's brother. She is also in records as "Louisa."

Milledgeville Newspaper Clippings Vol V11 1845-1848 Page 204-205 show Louisa DANIEL daughter of Jesse DANIEL of Baldwin County married Henry POSEY 1/24/1848. (1847 in Baldwin County records). Henry, 30, and Louisa, 19, "POESY" are found in the 1850 census with two children Fernanda (sic), 2 F, and Henry A. 1 M, and live next door to her brother Arthur DANIELL, 28, and his wife Carrie. "Fernanda" is her son Fernando.

Bright Damascus POSEY, born 1853, was the third son of Louiza and Henry POSEY. He is first found in the 1870 census of Baldwin County, Georgia, age 16, living in the home of Leonidas Newton CALLAWAY, brother of brother of John Francis Marion, Louiza's second husband.

Henry died before 27 March 1855 when Louiza's brother applied for administration of Henry's estate. "Georgia, Baldwin County: Arthur R. DANIEL apply (applies) to me for letters of administration on the estate of Henry W. POSEY deceased... (signed) John Hammond, ordinary." ( Tuesday, March 27, 1855) [Milledgeville Georgia Newspaper Clippings (Southern Recorder), Volume IX, 1853-1856, Tad Evans, p. 235]

A notice for sale of 1371/2 acres of land "lying on the east side of the Oconee river, about seven miles from Milledgeville, adjoining the lands of the estates of Samuel JOHNSON, Henry POSEY, and Harper TUCKER, deceased." was published in the Southern Recorder, Jan. 13, 1857, p. 3.

"POSEY L C" is named on a List of Letters remaining in the Post Office at Milledgeville, on the 1st of January 1859. Published in the Federal Union, Jan. 4, 1859, p. 3.

"T. F. Callaway" married "L. C. Parey" on 11 Sep 1859 in Baldwin County, Georgia. [labs.familysearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M71204-3, System Origin: Georgia-EASy, Source Film Number: 415155, Collection: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967] Close enough to be a misread of handwritten "J. F. [John Francis Marion] Callaway" and "L. C. [Louiza Constanza Daniell] Posey"? The date and time appear to be correct for this couple.

On 20 December 1859, Louisa's brother, Augustus Reese DANIELL, requested guardianship of her son, Henry A. POSEY.

Louisa and her children have not been found in the 1860 census. Louisa and husband John Francis Marion CALLAWAY have not been found in the 1870 census.

In the 1870 census, Louisa's sons are in Baldwin County, Georgia: Henry A. POSEY, 20, is living in the home of her brother, Arthur DANIELL, Fernando is married with a home of his own, and Bright Damascus POSEY, 16, lives in the home of Leonidas Newton CALLAWAY.

In 1880 she and John Francis are in Baldwin County, Georgia and have six children. Louisa is the mother of all the children listed, she married John Francis prior to 1860. Also living in their home in 1880 is Louisa's unmarried sister, Anabella DANIEL, 42, a seamstress.

Louisa's husband, "Frank" CALLAWAY died 15 Dec 1893 in Baldwin County. Two years later in the Union Recorder, Jun. 4, 1895, on page 2, is this article: "GEORGIA, BALDWIN COUNTY. The appraisers appointed to appraise and set apart a 12 months' support for Mrs. Louisa CALLAWAY, widow of J. F. CALLAWAY, deceased, out of the estate of said deceased, having filed their return, in this office, Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned that said return will be passed upon the 1st day of July, 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m. at this office, this May the 29th, 1895.

Louisa CALLAWAY died before 4 January 1904 in Baldwin County, Georgia. When the Union Recorder, Jan. 12, 1904, published "Application for Administration. GEORGIA, Baldwin County. Notice is hereby that B. D. POSEY has applied to me for permanent letters of administration on the estate of Mrs. Louisa CALLAWAY, deceased, late of said county. Notice is further given that said application will be heard at the regular February term 1904, of the Court of Ordinary of said county, held on the first Monday in February, 1904. Witness my hand and official signature this 4th day of January, 1904. EDWARD R. HINES, Ordinary, B.C."

Mrs. Louise Calloway, widow of the late J. F. Calloway, died at her home in this county, Friday morning. She leaves several grown children to mourn her death. Her remains were buried Saturday morning at Black Spring cemetery. [Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Tuesday, October 12, 1897, page 7]

On 14 June 1904, the Union Recorder published on page 8: "Adminstrtrix Sale of Land. GEORGIA, BALDWIN COUNTY. By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary of said County, at the June term of said Court, will be sold at public outcry, on the first Tuesday in July, 1904, at the Court House in said County betwen the usual hours of sale, the following real estate situate in Baldwin County to wit: All that tract or parcel of land containing thirty-three acres more or less, bounded on the North by John KING, on the East by E. N. ELLIS, it being all the realty owned by Louisa CALLAWAY, deceased. Terms cash. LENA CALLAWAY, Administrix of Louisa Callaway."

The cemetery index for the Black Springs Baptist Churchyard, Baldwin County, shows: 523 Louisa C. Daniell CALLOWAY b 1831. A picture of Louisa's gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 19233260:

LOUISA C DANIELL
WIFE OF
JOHN F. CALLOWAY
SEPT. 25 1831 3092


Notes: Marriage

"Henry POSEY was married to Luiza Constanza DANIELL 24 Jany 1847" was recorded in the Widow's Pension Application of Mary A. DANIEL and certified as from a family Bible entry by Daniel R. TUCKER, Judge of the Inferior Court of Baldwin County, Georgia, and Mary A.'s brother.
Baldwin County, Georgia Marriages 1847, Released 10 May 2004, Baldwin County, Georgia - Marriage Records 1806-1850: Henry POSEY Louisa DANIEL 24 Jan 1847 (http://www.accessgenealogy.com/)
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Lowell Thomas DANIELL and Frances Ellen LEE




Husband Lowell Thomas DANIELL 43

         Born: 2 December 1933 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
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       Buried:  - Macon Memorial Park Cemetery


       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963) 815,2319,2322
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965) 2319,2322


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1 F Saundra Lee DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Stanley Thomas DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Bryan Nathaniel DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Lowell Thomas DANIELL

Lowell Thomas Daniell married Mary Faye Batton. Their son is William Michael Daniell.

Lowell married second Frances Ellen Lee. Their children are Saundra Lee, Stanley Thomas, and Bryan Nathaniel Daniell

Obituary, 1985: L.T. DANIELL
MACON--Lowell Thomas Daniell, 51, a former Thomasville resident, died here March 4. Born Dec. 2, 1933, in Thomasville, he was a son of the late Joseph Lee and Mattie Shiver Daniell. He was a graduate of Thomasville High School, and was employed by Western Electric here. Thomasville survivors include a sister, Verta D. McCray, and two brothers, Lamar and Julian Daniell. Snows Memorial Chapel Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements. [Teresa Griffis][Snows Memorial comfirmed Lowell is buried in Macon Memorial Park Cemetery, 4 Oct 2010. RLD]

LOWELL DANIELL 02 Dec 1933 Mar 1985 (not specified) 31206 (Macon, Bibb, GA ) 260-42-4988 Georgia. (SSDI)

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Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Sr., USCG and Lucretia Ann DANIELL




Husband Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Sr., USCG 3499

         Born: 6 February 1941 - Florida
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       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery, St. Johns County, Florida
     Marriage: Abt 1958 -  (Divorced in December 1965)



Wife Lucretia Ann DANIELL 3499

          AKA: Lucretta Ann DANIELL
         Born: 5 December 1942
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         Died: 26 September 1985 - Thomasville, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: James Edgar WILLIS (1903-1972)
       Mother: Marjorie GODWIN (1916-1979)




       Father: TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII (1914-1993) 2319
       Mother: Marjorie GODWIN (1916-1979)



 Other Spouse: WILLARD MADDOX -  (Divorced)

 Other Spouse: Thomas Ray CAMPBELL - Abt 1970


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1 M Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Sr., USCG

Raymond J. Martinez, son of Raymond and Minnie Martinez, was listed as age 4, born in Florida in the 1945 Florida State Census. They resided on Route 6, Box 121Mandarin, Duval County, Florida. His father was age 36, his mother, age 31. Both were born in Florida. ["Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNN3-C8D : accessed 15 Sep 2014), Raymond J Martinez, , Duval, Florida; citing line 49, State Archives, Tallahassee; FHL microfilm 2425708.]

OBITUARY:
Raymond J. Martinez Sr., 64, of Callahan died Saturday at his residence. The Jacksonville native served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard and was an avid National Rifle Association member. Survivors include his wife, Sylvia Martinez of Callahan; daughter, Laurie Martinez of Callahan; two sons, Raymond Martinez Jr. and Steven Martinez, both of Jacksonville; brother, Hank Martinez Sr. of Callahan; eight grandchildren and other relatives. A graveside funeral was Tuesday in Evergreen Cemetery in St. Augustine. Callahan Funeral Home handled arrangements.[Obituaries Published Wednesday, March 8, 2006 By The Times-Union]

Raymond is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Saint Augustine, St. Johns County, Florida. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 65904391:

RAYMOND J
MARTINEZ, SR.
FEB. 6, 1941
MAR. 4, 2006




Social Security Death Index: Raymond J Martinez 6 February 1941 4 March 2006 Callahan, Nassau [County], Florida


General Notes: Wife - Lucretia Ann DANIELL

Lucretia Ann WILLIS was the daughter of Julian Kenneth DANIELL and Marjorie GODWIN. Her mother divorced Julian without telling him she was expecting his child. Lucretia was known as Lucretta to her DANIELL family although born and raised as Lucretia Ann WILLIS. Her descendants and her headstone record her name as Lucretia Ann.

"Uncle J. K. was married to Marge Godwin. When they divorced, she didn't tell him she was pregnant. Marge married James Edgar Willis and the child was given the Willis name. So, Lucretta Ann Willis is her legal name, but J. K. Daniell is her natural father. Lucretta was the only biological child Uncle J. K. had. Her daughter, Teresa Lynn Maddox, was run over and killed when her 'grandfather' Mr. Willis, backed over her in the driveway.[*] Her mother Lucretta, died of cancer, so there are no living descendants of J. K. Daniell.[**] Aunt Verta is not sure if Lucretta ever met Uncle J. K. She died a few years before him. Both had cancer." [Teresa Griffis]
[*Lucretia's descendants deny that James Edgar WILLIS ran over Teresa, and say she was hit by a truck when she ran into the street. RLD]
[**Contrary to the above, Tammy Jo CAMPBELL, Lucretia's daughter, has contacted her Daniell family and provided information on Lucretia's previously unknown descendants. Lucretia Ann first married Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ and had a son Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Jr. Lucretia married second W. MADDOX and had a daughter, Teresa Lynn, who died at age 4. Lucretia's third marrage was to ___ CAMPBELL with whom she had two children, Tammy Jo and Tommy Ray.]

Lucretia Campbell, born 5 December 1942, died in September 1985 at age 43. Social security number 263-64-6694 was issued in Florida. [Social Security Death Index]

Lucretia Ann is buried beside her mother Margie G. WILLIS in Section E, Lot 23, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 34258884:

LUCRETIA
ANN W. CAMPBELL
DEC. 5, 1942
SEPT. 26, 1985

ANOTHER FLOWER
IN THE GARDEN OF
GOD, AN ANGEL


Notes: Marriage

Lucretia Ann Martinez divorced Raymond J Martinez in December 1965 in Duval County, Florida. Certificate Number 23858. Volume 1157. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCR-SZ6 : accessed 15 Sep 2014), Raymond J Martinez and Lucretia Ann Martinez, Dec 1965; citing "Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," Ancestry.com; Duval, Florida, certificate 23858, volume 1157, Department of Health, Jacksonville.]

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WILLARD MADDOX and Lucretia Ann DANIELL




Husband WILLARD MADDOX (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Lucretia Ann DANIELL 3499

          AKA: Lucretta Ann DANIELL
         Born: 5 December 1942
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 September 1985 - Thomasville, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: James Edgar WILLIS (1903-1972)
       Mother: Marjorie GODWIN (1916-1979)




       Father: TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII (1914-1993) 2319
       Mother: Marjorie GODWIN (1916-1979)



 Other Spouse: Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Sr., USCG 3499 - Abt 1958 (Divorced in December 1965)

 Other Spouse: Thomas Ray CAMPBELL - Abt 1970


Children
1 F Teresa Lynn MADDOX

         Born: 1968 - Grady County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 April 1972 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia




General Notes: Wife - Lucretia Ann DANIELL

Lucretia Ann WILLIS was the daughter of Julian Kenneth DANIELL and Marjorie GODWIN. Her mother divorced Julian without telling him she was expecting his child. Lucretia was known as Lucretta to her DANIELL family although born and raised as Lucretia Ann WILLIS. Her descendants and her headstone record her name as Lucretia Ann.

"Uncle J. K. was married to Marge Godwin. When they divorced, she didn't tell him she was pregnant. Marge married James Edgar Willis and the child was given the Willis name. So, Lucretta Ann Willis is her legal name, but J. K. Daniell is her natural father. Lucretta was the only biological child Uncle J. K. had. Her daughter, Teresa Lynn Maddox, was run over and killed when her 'grandfather' Mr. Willis, backed over her in the driveway.[*] Her mother Lucretta, died of cancer, so there are no living descendants of J. K. Daniell.[**] Aunt Verta is not sure if Lucretta ever met Uncle J. K. She died a few years before him. Both had cancer." [Teresa Griffis]
[*Lucretia's descendants deny that James Edgar WILLIS ran over Teresa, and say she was hit by a truck when she ran into the street. RLD]
[**Contrary to the above, Tammy Jo CAMPBELL, Lucretia's daughter, has contacted her Daniell family and provided information on Lucretia's previously unknown descendants. Lucretia Ann first married Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ and had a son Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Jr. Lucretia married second W. MADDOX and had a daughter, Teresa Lynn, who died at age 4. Lucretia's third marrage was to ___ CAMPBELL with whom she had two children, Tammy Jo and Tommy Ray.]

Lucretia Campbell, born 5 December 1942, died in September 1985 at age 43. Social security number 263-64-6694 was issued in Florida. [Social Security Death Index]

Lucretia Ann is buried beside her mother Margie G. WILLIS in Section E, Lot 23, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 34258884:

LUCRETIA
ANN W. CAMPBELL
DEC. 5, 1942
SEPT. 26, 1985

ANOTHER FLOWER
IN THE GARDEN OF
GOD, AN ANGEL
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Norman Wiley LINSEY and Lynis DANIELL




Husband Norman Wiley LINSEY 1181,1182

         Born: 18 May 1913 - Smith County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 January 1977 - Henderson County, Texas
       Buried:  - Chandler Memorial Cemetery


       Father: Bronson B. LINSEY (1877-      ) 1181
       Mother: Lina --?-- (1876-      ) 1181


     Marriage: Abt 1930



Wife Lynis DANIELL

         Born: 14 November 1906 - Ellis County, Texas 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 August 2000 - Henderson County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Chandler Memorial Cemetery


       Father: James Levi DANIELL (1882-1953) 2346
       Mother: Effie MALONEY (1882-1975) 2346




Children

General Notes: Husband - Norman Wiley LINSEY

Norman Wiley Lindsey, son of Bronson B. Lindsey and Lena May Wiley, was born 18 May 1913 in Henderson County, Texas. [
"Texas, Births and Christenings, 1840-1981," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9MLD-27D : accessed 14 Jun 2014), Norman Wiley Lindsey, 18 May 1913; citing Henderson, Texas, reference 11085; FHL microfilm 1481004.]

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Henderson County, Murchison; Series: T625 Roll: 1818 Page: 190: 398 410 LINSEY Bronson B. Head M W 42 M TX TX TX None; -- Lina Wife F W 43 M TX SC TX; -- Norman Son M W 7 S TX TX TX.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9MXR-PJ9C : accessed 14 Jun 2014), Bronson B Linsey, Justice Precinct 5, Henderson, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 107-19, sheet 4A, family 89, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 4061.
Bronson B. Linsey Head M 65 Texas
Lena M. Linsey Wife F 67 Texas
Norman Linsey Son M 26 Single Texas
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.

On 6 May 1942 in Tyler, Texas, Norman W. Linsey enlisted as a Private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He was born in 1913 in Tyler, Texas, had four years of high school, and was single with dependants. His serial number was 38138007. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9MJZ-389T : accessed 14 Jun 2014), Norman W Linsey, enlisted 06 May 1942, Tyler, Texas, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002).]

Norman married Lynis Daniell after 1942.

Norman W. LINSEY was the informant for the death certificate of his mother, "Mrs. Lena Wiley LINSEY." The certificate, State File No. 23337, records Lena's birth on 3 October 1872 and death on 7 May 1954 in Chandler, Henderson County, Texas at age 81 years, 7 months and 4 days. Lena was a widowed housewife and the daughter of R. W. WILEY of North Carolina and Martha CLANAHAN of Texas. She was buried on 8 May 1954 in the Chandler Cemetery.

Norman LINSEY was confirmed as Lynis DANIELL's husband by Margaret ASHTON of Waxahachie, Texas in a telephone conversation on May 9, 2004. Margaret is the wife of Owen ASHTON, son of Herman Ogdon ASHTON who married Elizabeth DANIELL, Wynelle's sister.

Norman Linsey died 6 January 1977 in Smith County, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/M9WP-9XK : accessed 14 Jun 2014), Norman Linsey, 06 Jan 1977; citing Smith, Texas, United States, Department of State Health Services, Austin.]

"NORMAN LINSEY 18 May 1913 Jan 1977 (not specified) (none specified) 467-18-8788 Texas" [SSDI]

Norman is buried in Plot: 204 Sec B, Chandler Memorial Cemetery, Chandler, Henderson County, Texas. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 40569907:

NORMAN LINSEY
MAY 18, 1913
JAN. 6, 1977



General Notes: Wife - Lynis DANIELL

Lynis DANIELL was a daughter of James Levi Daniell and Effie Maloney.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9MXR-PJST : accessed 14 Jun 2014), Cone J Beckham, Justice Precinct 5, Henderson, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 107-19, sheet 6B, family 134, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 4061.
Cone J Beckham Head M 26 Texas
Verna Y Beckham Wife F 36 Texas
Lynis Daniell Lodger F 33 Single Texas Teaching Public school
Maurine Burns Lodger F 28 Texas
Eleanor Ray Burns Lodger F 27 Texas
On 1 April 1935, Lynis resided in rural Ellis County, Texas.

She married Norman LINSEY after 1942. He died 6 January 1977 in Smith County, Texas.

Mrs. Norman Linsey resided in Chandler, Texas in Jul 1996. Record Number 729665174. Possible Relatives: Lynis Linsey. ["United States Public Records", index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/QKWC-NBR8 : accessed 14 Jun 2014), Mrs Norman Linsey, 01 Jul 1996.]

LYNIS LINSEY 14 Nov 1906 24 Aug 2000 (V) 75758 (Chandler, Henderson, TX ) (none specified) 520-22-5624 Wyoming. [SSDI]

Lynis is buried in Chandler Memorial Cemetery, Henderson County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 40569906:

LYNIS LINSEY
NOV. 14, 1906
AUG. 24, 2000

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Dena Cavada HADDOCK and Mamie Lou DANIELL




Husband Dena Cavada HADDOCK

         Born: 11 April 1891 - Nassau County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 November 1954 - Nassau County, Florida
       Buried:  - Haddock Cemetery
     Marriage: 1940 - Nassau County, Florida



Wife Mamie Lou DANIELL

         Born: 2 February 1906 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483



 Other Spouse: John BRADLEY - 26 November 1925 - Colquitt County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: George WHITE

 Other Spouse: Woodruff David DARE, Sr, - April 1963 - Gulf County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr. - 5 May 1979 - Gulf County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Husband - Dena Cavada HADDOCK

Nassau County, Florida - 1917-18 Civilian Draft Registration, Surnames H-N:
Haddock, Dena Cavedo 11 Apr 1891 W Kings Ferry FL Nassau FL
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/fl/nassau/military/1917h-n.txt]

Dena first married Ethel E. She died on 31 September 1938 and was buried in the Haddock Family Cemetery.

In 1940 Dena married second Mamie Lou Daniell, the widow Bradley.

1945 Florida State Census, Nassau County, Pct 7, Kings Ferry, Line 49: HADDOCK Dena Hilliard, FL 53 FL H. S. Farmer; -- Mamie Lou Hilliard, FL 40 GA 11th Housewife; BRADLEY Eugene Hilliard, FL 18 [Blank] H. S. Navy. [FamilySearch.org: Film number: 2425199, Digital Folder Number: 4280215, Image Number: 00324, Collection: Florida State Census, 1945]

Dena Cavada HADDOCK is buried in the Haddock Cemetery, Nassau County, Florida. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 31226415 created by JFJN on Nov 08, 2008:

DENA C. HADDOCK
APR. 11, 1891
NOV. 13, 1954


General Notes: Wife - Mamie Lou DANIELL

Mamie Lou DANIELL was a daughter of John Frank DANIELL and Ludie SHIVER.

Mamie Lou first married John BRADLEY. They had two children: a daughter, Frances Marian, and a son, Eugene.

Mamie married four more times, to Dena Caveda HADDOCK, George WHITE, Woodruff David DARE, and Chauncey SMITH.

Mamie Lou Dare, her sister, Margaret Shirah, and their sister-in-law, Lois Daniell, and were among newly installed members of the staff of Mrs. Marie Wynn for Melody Rebecca Lodge in Port St. Joe, Florida. [The News-Herald, Panama City, Florida, Thursday, February 03, 1972, page 6A]

Obituary: Mamie Lou Smith
Mamie Lou Smith, 88, of Port St. Joe, died Monday, August 29, in Jacksonville. Born in Coolidge, GA, she moved here from Jacksonville in 1948. She was a housewife and a member of the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Smith is survived by one son, Eugene Bradley of Port St. Joe; one daughter, Frances Bowden and husband, Joe, of Jacksonville; two brothers James Franklin Daniel [sic] and wife, Jean, of Winchester, TN, and Arnold E. Daniel [sic] and wife, Willie Mae, of Port St. Joe; one sister, Nilledean [sic, Nella Dean] Bruce of Marietta, GA; three grandchildren, Connie Lynn Rentz of Mewark, OH, Cathie Lou Bradley of Summerset, MA, and Steven Bradley of Pelham, MA; and five great-grandchild [sic]. Arrangements were by Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Home.

Mamie Lou is buried beside her fourth husband, Woodruff D. DARE, in Holly Hill Cemetery, Port St. Joe, Florida. They share a DARE headstone and are indexed there as Woodruff Dare 4/21/1891 5/5/1975 "Woodie" and Mamie Lou Dare 2/2/1906 8/29/1994 "Smith". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~flcalhou/gulf/cemeteries/holly2.htm)
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George WHITE and Mamie Lou DANIELL




Husband George WHITE

         Born: Cir 1904
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mamie Lou DANIELL

         Born: 2 February 1906 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483



 Other Spouse: John BRADLEY - 26 November 1925 - Colquitt County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Dena Cavada HADDOCK - 1940 - Nassau County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Woodruff David DARE, Sr, - April 1963 - Gulf County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr. - 5 May 1979 - Gulf County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Wife - Mamie Lou DANIELL

Mamie Lou DANIELL was a daughter of John Frank DANIELL and Ludie SHIVER.

Mamie Lou first married John BRADLEY. They had two children: a daughter, Frances Marian, and a son, Eugene.

Mamie married four more times, to Dena Caveda HADDOCK, George WHITE, Woodruff David DARE, and Chauncey SMITH.

Mamie Lou Dare, her sister, Margaret Shirah, and their sister-in-law, Lois Daniell, and were among newly installed members of the staff of Mrs. Marie Wynn for Melody Rebecca Lodge in Port St. Joe, Florida. [The News-Herald, Panama City, Florida, Thursday, February 03, 1972, page 6A]

Obituary: Mamie Lou Smith
Mamie Lou Smith, 88, of Port St. Joe, died Monday, August 29, in Jacksonville. Born in Coolidge, GA, she moved here from Jacksonville in 1948. She was a housewife and a member of the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Smith is survived by one son, Eugene Bradley of Port St. Joe; one daughter, Frances Bowden and husband, Joe, of Jacksonville; two brothers James Franklin Daniel [sic] and wife, Jean, of Winchester, TN, and Arnold E. Daniel [sic] and wife, Willie Mae, of Port St. Joe; one sister, Nilledean [sic, Nella Dean] Bruce of Marietta, GA; three grandchildren, Connie Lynn Rentz of Mewark, OH, Cathie Lou Bradley of Summerset, MA, and Steven Bradley of Pelham, MA; and five great-grandchild [sic]. Arrangements were by Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Home.

Mamie Lou is buried beside her fourth husband, Woodruff D. DARE, in Holly Hill Cemetery, Port St. Joe, Florida. They share a DARE headstone and are indexed there as Woodruff Dare 4/21/1891 5/5/1975 "Woodie" and Mamie Lou Dare 2/2/1906 8/29/1994 "Smith". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~flcalhou/gulf/cemeteries/holly2.htm)
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Woodruff David DARE, Sr, and Mamie Lou DANIELL




Husband Woodruff David DARE, Sr,

         Born: 21 April 1891
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 May 1975 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida
     Marriage: April 1963 - Gulf County, Florida



Wife Mamie Lou DANIELL

         Born: 2 February 1906 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483



 Other Spouse: John BRADLEY - 26 November 1925 - Colquitt County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Dena Cavada HADDOCK - 1940 - Nassau County, Florida

 Other Spouse: George WHITE

 Other Spouse: Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr. - 5 May 1979 - Gulf County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Husband - Woodruff David DARE, Sr,

Obituary: Last Rites for "Woody" Dare
Funeral services for Woodruff "Woody" David Dare, Sr., age 84, of Port St. Joe, were held Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 p. m. EDT in the St. Clair Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. DeWit Mathews officiating. Burial was in the family plot in the Holly Hill Cemetery.Mr. Dare was a native of New Jersey and had been a resident of this area for the past 38 years. He was the retired superintendent of the Water and Sewer Department of the City of Port St. Joe and had been active in several civic organizations prior to his retirement.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mamie Lou Dare of Port St. Joe, one son, Woodruff David Dare, Jr. of Miami and one granddaughter. St. Clair Funeral Home of Port St. Joe was in charge of all arrangements.

Woodruff DARE and his wife, Mamie Lou DANIELL are buried in Holly Hill Cemetery, Port St. Joe, Florida, indexed there as Woodruff Dare 4/21/1891 5/5/1975 "Woodie" and Mamie Lou Dare 2/2/1906 8/29/1994 "Smith". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~flcalhou/gulf/cemeteries/holly2.htm)


General Notes: Wife - Mamie Lou DANIELL

Mamie Lou DANIELL was a daughter of John Frank DANIELL and Ludie SHIVER.

Mamie Lou first married John BRADLEY. They had two children: a daughter, Frances Marian, and a son, Eugene.

Mamie married four more times, to Dena Caveda HADDOCK, George WHITE, Woodruff David DARE, and Chauncey SMITH.

Mamie Lou Dare, her sister, Margaret Shirah, and their sister-in-law, Lois Daniell, and were among newly installed members of the staff of Mrs. Marie Wynn for Melody Rebecca Lodge in Port St. Joe, Florida. [The News-Herald, Panama City, Florida, Thursday, February 03, 1972, page 6A]

Obituary: Mamie Lou Smith
Mamie Lou Smith, 88, of Port St. Joe, died Monday, August 29, in Jacksonville. Born in Coolidge, GA, she moved here from Jacksonville in 1948. She was a housewife and a member of the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Smith is survived by one son, Eugene Bradley of Port St. Joe; one daughter, Frances Bowden and husband, Joe, of Jacksonville; two brothers James Franklin Daniel [sic] and wife, Jean, of Winchester, TN, and Arnold E. Daniel [sic] and wife, Willie Mae, of Port St. Joe; one sister, Nilledean [sic, Nella Dean] Bruce of Marietta, GA; three grandchildren, Connie Lynn Rentz of Mewark, OH, Cathie Lou Bradley of Summerset, MA, and Steven Bradley of Pelham, MA; and five great-grandchild [sic]. Arrangements were by Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Home.

Mamie Lou is buried beside her fourth husband, Woodruff D. DARE, in Holly Hill Cemetery, Port St. Joe, Florida. They share a DARE headstone and are indexed there as Woodruff Dare 4/21/1891 5/5/1975 "Woodie" and Mamie Lou Dare 2/2/1906 8/29/1994 "Smith". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~flcalhou/gulf/cemeteries/holly2.htm)
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Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr. and Mamie Lou DANIELL




Husband Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr.

         Born: 1901 - Rockingham County, New Hampshire
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 September 1990 - Bay County, Florida
       Buried:  - Proprietors Burying Ground, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
     Marriage: 5 May 1979 - Gulf County, Florida



Wife Mamie Lou DANIELL

         Born: 2 February 1906 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483



 Other Spouse: John BRADLEY - 26 November 1925 - Colquitt County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Dena Cavada HADDOCK - 1940 - Nassau County, Florida

 Other Spouse: George WHITE

 Other Spouse: Woodruff David DARE, Sr, - April 1963 - Gulf County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Husband - Chauncey M. SMITH, Sr.

Obituary: Mr. Chauncey M. Smith, 89, past [sic] away Saturday morning at Bay Medical Center. He was a native of Portsmouth, N.H., and had lived in Port St. Joe since 1978. He was retired from the civil service and was secretary and treasurer of St. Johns Lodge A.&F.M. of Portsmouth. He is survived by his wife, Mamie Lou Smith of Port St. Joe; one son, Chauncey Smith Jr., of Verbank, N.Y.; one daughter, Dorothy Staples of East Kingston, N.H.; one step-son, Eugene Bradley of Attleboro, Mass.; one step-daughter, Frances Bowden of Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p. m. EDT at the first Baptist Church in Port St. Joe., with Rev. Howard Browning officiating. Cremation will follow. The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe. Gilmore Funeral Home, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456, 229-8111, 507 10th St. [The News Herald, Panama City, FL, September 16, 1990, page 6A]

Pictures added to Find A Grave Memorial# 60280407 by June S (#48667328) indicate Chauncey M. Smith, Sr.'s ashes were interred in his family plot in Proprietors Burying Ground, Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire:

SMITH

1838 JOHN M. SMITH 1905
HIS WIFE
1874 IDA SMITH RAND 1955
1901 CHAUNCEY M. SMITH 1990
1898 HIS WIFE MARGUERITE 1974
1873 EDWIN A. RAND 1917
1880 DAISY TREWHELA 1899

Marker:
CHAUNCEY


General Notes: Wife - Mamie Lou DANIELL

Mamie Lou DANIELL was a daughter of John Frank DANIELL and Ludie SHIVER.

Mamie Lou first married John BRADLEY. They had two children: a daughter, Frances Marian, and a son, Eugene.

Mamie married four more times, to Dena Caveda HADDOCK, George WHITE, Woodruff David DARE, and Chauncey SMITH.

Mamie Lou Dare, her sister, Margaret Shirah, and their sister-in-law, Lois Daniell, and were among newly installed members of the staff of Mrs. Marie Wynn for Melody Rebecca Lodge in Port St. Joe, Florida. [The News-Herald, Panama City, Florida, Thursday, February 03, 1972, page 6A]

Obituary: Mamie Lou Smith
Mamie Lou Smith, 88, of Port St. Joe, died Monday, August 29, in Jacksonville. Born in Coolidge, GA, she moved here from Jacksonville in 1948. She was a housewife and a member of the First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Smith is survived by one son, Eugene Bradley of Port St. Joe; one daughter, Frances Bowden and husband, Joe, of Jacksonville; two brothers James Franklin Daniel [sic] and wife, Jean, of Winchester, TN, and Arnold E. Daniel [sic] and wife, Willie Mae, of Port St. Joe; one sister, Nilledean [sic, Nella Dean] Bruce of Marietta, GA; three grandchildren, Connie Lynn Rentz of Mewark, OH, Cathie Lou Bradley of Summerset, MA, and Steven Bradley of Pelham, MA; and five great-grandchild [sic]. Arrangements were by Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Home.

Mamie Lou is buried beside her fourth husband, Woodruff D. DARE, in Holly Hill Cemetery, Port St. Joe, Florida. They share a DARE headstone and are indexed there as Woodruff Dare 4/21/1891 5/5/1975 "Woodie" and Mamie Lou Dare 2/2/1906 8/29/1994 "Smith". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~flcalhou/gulf/cemeteries/holly2.htm)
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John Ralph SHIRAH, Sr. and Margaret Jennette DANIELL




Husband John Ralph SHIRAH, Sr.

         Born: 9 January 1920 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 November 1989 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida
     Marriage: 13 October 1940



Wife Margaret Jennette DANIELL

         Born: 22 August 1922 - Murphy, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1994 - Port St Joe, Gulf County, Florida
       Buried:  - Holly Hill Cemetery, Gulf County, Florida


       Father: John Frank DANIELL (1883-1959) 815
       Mother: Ludie SHIVER (1884-1970) 2483




Children
1 M John Ralph SHIRAH, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Donald Thomas SHIRAH (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M William Franklin SHIRAH (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sandi --?-- (living)



General Notes: Wife - Margaret Jennette DANIELL

Margaret Jennette DANIELL, born 22 August 1922, was a daughter of John Frank DANIELL and Ludie SHIVER. She married John Ralph SHIRAH, on 13 October 1940.

Margaret Shirah, her sister, Mamie Lou Dare, and their sister-in-law, Lois Daniell, and were among newly installed members of the staff of Mrs. Marie Wynn for Melody Rebecca Lodge in Port St. Joe, Florida. [The News-Herald, Panama City, Florida, Thursday, February 03, 1972, page 6A]

Margaret Daniell SHIRAH's obituary was published in the News Herald, Panama City, Florida, 7 February 1994:
"Mrs. Margaret Daniell SHIRAH, 71, of 217 Ninth St., Port St. Joe, Fla., died Feb. 6, 1994, SHIRAH morning, in Gulf Pines Hospital. She had been a resident of Port St. Joe for 25 years, moving here from Panama City. She was a homemaker and a member of the Long Avenue Baptist Church since 1989. She is preceded in death by her husband, John Ralph SHIRAH Sr. She is survived by three sons, John Ralph SHIRAH Jr. of Port St. Joe, Donald Thomas SHIRAH of Port St. Joe and William Franklin SHIRAH and wife, Sandi, of Fremont, Neb.; two brothers, James DANIELL of Winchester, Tenn., and Arnold DANIELL of Port St. Joe; two sisters, Mamie Lou SMITH of Port St. Joe and Nella Dean BRUCE of Kingston, Ga.; five grandchildren. Funeral services for Mrs. SHIRAH will be conducted Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1994, at 2 p.m. EST in the Long Avenue Baptist Church with Dr. Daniel W. DUNCAN officiating with interment to follow in the Holly Hills Cemetery. The family will be receiving friends at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Gilmore Funeral Home Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 229-8111 507 10th St."
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James Thomas KING, Jr. and Marie Adele DANIELL




Husband James Thomas KING, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Marie Adele DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: MSgt William Frank DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1914-1996)
       Mother: Gertrude Adele KUNZE (1919-1998)




Children

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Joseph Elonza H. JUSTICE, Jr. and Marie AntoInette DANIELL




Husband Joseph Elonza H. JUSTICE, Jr.

         Born: 11 August 1909 - Crenshaw County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 July 1951 - Covington County, Alabama
       Buried: 17 July 1951 - Parkhill Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
     Marriage: 1 January 1930 - Montgomery County, Alabama



Wife Marie AntoInette DANIELL 302

          AKA: Antoinette M. JUSTICE
         Born: 20 February 1907 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 November 1977 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried: 27 November 1977 - Parkhill Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia


       Father: James Levi DANIELL (1869-1925) 301
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BLACKSTOCK (1883-1962) 302,303



 Other Spouse: Frank Bennett WALL, Sr. - Bef 25 May 1954


Children

General Notes: Husband - Joseph Elonza H. JUSTICE, Jr.

Joseph Elonza H. Justice, Jr., was a son of Joseph Elonza Justice and Ida F. Revel.

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MKQH-KS7 : accessed 21 Nov 2014), Joe E H Justice in household of Joe E Justice, Mount Ida, Crenshaw, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 68, sheet 25B, family 455, NARA microfilm publication T624, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; FHL microfilm 1374022.
Joe E Justice Head M 34 M1 11 AL AL AL Teacher Litary
Ida F Justice Wife F 33 M1 11 AL AL AL
Mabel M Justice Dau F 10 AL AL AL
Mytil [sic] M Justice Dau F 8 AL AL AL
Mila F Justice Dau F 4 AL AL AL
Joe E H Justice Son M 8/12 AL AL AL

Joseph married Marie Antoinette Daniell before 1930.

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V1P5-JTF : accessed 3 September 2015), Antoinette Justice in household of J E Justice, Ward 23, Montgomery, Election Precinct 23, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 51-60B, sheet 3A, family 54, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 69.
J E Justice Head M 31 AL
Antoinette Justice Wife F 31 AL

Joseph E Justice died 16 July 1951 in Andalusia, Covington County, Alabama at age 40. He was a son of Joseph E Justice Sr and Ida Revel. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J63B-HPF : accessed 21 Nov 2014), Joseph E Justice Sr in entry for Joseph E Justice, 16 Jul 1951; citing reference cn 13851, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908860.]

Joseph is buried in Plot: Garden 29, Lot 4, Grave 1, Parkhill Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# :

JOSEPH E. JUSTICE, JR.
AUGUST 11, 1909
JULY 16, 1951

Beside Joseph:

ANTOINETTE DANIELL
JUSTICE WALL
FEBRUARY 20, 1907
NOVEMBER. 24, 1977


General Notes: Wife - Marie AntoInette DANIELL

Antoinette Daniell, daughter of James Levi Daniell and Bessie Blackstock, was born in Glennville, Russell County, Alabama.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3VL3-2T2 : accessed 21 Nov 2014), Joseph E Justice, Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0012, sheet 5A, family 95, NARA microfilm publication T626, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 2339778.
Joseph E Justice Head M 20 AL AL AL
Antoniette M Justice Wife F 20 AL AL AL

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V1P5-JTX : accessed 21 Nov 2014), J E Justice, Ward 23, Montgomery, Election Precinct 23, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 51-60B, sheet 3A, family 54, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 69, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
206 54 JUSTICE J. E. Jr. Head M W 31 M AL Traveling salesman Insurance Co.
-- Antoinette [name circled, lighter ink, may have been added later. RLD] Wife F W 31 M AL
On 1 April 1935, Joseph and Antoinette were both residing in Birmingham, Alabama.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Justice, Jr., of Montgomery, Ala. are named as sister and husband in the 14 June 1941 wedding announcement of Miss Mary Frances Daniell and Gordon H. Colwell, Jr.

Joseph died in 1951. Antoinette married second Frank B. Wall, Sr., before 25 May 1954.

Antoinette Wall, born 20 February 1907, died in November 1977 at age 70. Social Security Number 423-09-9491 was issued in Alabama.["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JLHG-N2K : accessed 21 Nov 2014), Antoinette Wall, Nov 1977; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Obituary: Mrs. Antoinette Wall, 70, of Omaha, Ga., died Thursday at Pine Manor Nursing Home. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Parkhill Cemetery, according to Striffler- Hamby, Macon Road. Mrs. Wall was born Feb. 20, 1907 in Russell County, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Daniell. She was a member of the Omaha Methodist Church and was the widow of Frank B. Wall, Sr. Survivors include her stepson, Col. (ret.) Frank B. Wall, Jr., Birmingham; sister, Mrs. Gordon Colwell, Columbus; two brothers, William F. Daniell, Columbus, and James H. Daniell, LaGrange; three grandchildren. [Unsourced newspaper clipping.]

Antoinette is buried in Plot: Garden 29, Lot 4, Grave 2, Parkhill Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 91591847:

ANTOINETTE DANIELL
JUSTICE WALL
FEBRUARY 20, 1907
NOVEMBER. 24, 1977

Beside Antoinette:

JOSEPH E. JUSTICE, JR.
AUGUST 11, 1909
JULY 16, 1951


Notes: Marriage

Joseph Elonza Justice, Jr., married Marie Antoinette Daniell on 1 January 1930 in Montgomery County, Alabama. ["Alabama, County Marriages, 1809-1950", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKMB-PMMM : accessed 3 September 2015), Joseph Elonza Justice and Marie Antoinette Daniell, 1930.

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Frank Bennett WALL, Sr. and Marie AntoInette DANIELL




Husband Frank Bennett WALL, Sr.

         Born: 28 February 1897 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 November 1977 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Riverdale Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
     Marriage: Bef 25 May 1954



Wife Marie AntoInette DANIELL 302

          AKA: Antoinette M. JUSTICE
         Born: 20 February 1907 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 November 1977 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried: 27 November 1977 - Parkhill Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia


       Father: James Levi DANIELL (1869-1925) 301
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BLACKSTOCK (1883-1962) 302,303



 Other Spouse: Joseph Elonza H. JUSTICE, Jr. - 1 January 1930 - Montgomery County, Alabama


Children

General Notes: Husband - Frank Bennett WALL, Sr.

Frank B. Wall died 16 November 1977 in Muscogee County, Georgia at age 80. Resident of Stewart County, Georgia. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V434-L2T : accessed 1 September 2015), Frank B Wall, 16 Nov 1977; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-98," database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2001); citing Muscogee, Georgia, certificate number 036565, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 18297312


General Notes: Wife - Marie AntoInette DANIELL

Antoinette Daniell, daughter of James Levi Daniell and Bessie Blackstock, was born in Glennville, Russell County, Alabama.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3VL3-2T2 : accessed 21 Nov 2014), Joseph E Justice, Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0012, sheet 5A, family 95, NARA microfilm publication T626, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 2339778.
Joseph E Justice Head M 20 AL AL AL
Antoniette M Justice Wife F 20 AL AL AL

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V1P5-JTX : accessed 21 Nov 2014), J E Justice, Ward 23, Montgomery, Election Precinct 23, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 51-60B, sheet 3A, family 54, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 69, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
206 54 JUSTICE J. E. Jr. Head M W 31 M AL Traveling salesman Insurance Co.
-- Antoinette [name circled, lighter ink, may have been added later. RLD] Wife F W 31 M AL
On 1 April 1935, Joseph and Antoinette were both residing in Birmingham, Alabama.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Justice, Jr., of Montgomery, Ala. are named as sister and husband in the 14 June 1941 wedding announcement of Miss Mary Frances Daniell and Gordon H. Colwell, Jr.

Joseph died in 1951. Antoinette married second Frank B. Wall, Sr., before 25 May 1954.

Antoinette Wall, born 20 February 1907, died in November 1977 at age 70. Social Security Number 423-09-9491 was issued in Alabama.["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JLHG-N2K : accessed 21 Nov 2014), Antoinette Wall, Nov 1977; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Obituary: Mrs. Antoinette Wall, 70, of Omaha, Ga., died Thursday at Pine Manor Nursing Home. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Parkhill Cemetery, according to Striffler- Hamby, Macon Road. Mrs. Wall was born Feb. 20, 1907 in Russell County, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Daniell. She was a member of the Omaha Methodist Church and was the widow of Frank B. Wall, Sr. Survivors include her stepson, Col. (ret.) Frank B. Wall, Jr., Birmingham; sister, Mrs. Gordon Colwell, Columbus; two brothers, William F. Daniell, Columbus, and James H. Daniell, LaGrange; three grandchildren. [Unsourced newspaper clipping.]

Antoinette is buried in Plot: Garden 29, Lot 4, Grave 2, Parkhill Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 91591847:

ANTOINETTE DANIELL
JUSTICE WALL
FEBRUARY 20, 1907
NOVEMBER. 24, 1977

Beside Antoinette:

JOSEPH E. JUSTICE, JR.
AUGUST 11, 1909
JULY 16, 1951
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Lester SHERROD and Marie M. DANIELL




Husband Lester SHERROD

         Born: 25 July 1907 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: March 1980 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery, Seminole County, Florida
     Marriage: Bef 1929 - Georgia



Wife Marie M. DANIELL

          AKA: Marie DANIELS
         Born: 1909 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1968 - Miami-Dade County, Florida
       Buried:  - Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery, Seminole County, Florida


       Father: Charles Coy DANIELL (1881-1966)
       Mother: Bessie CROSBY (1879-      )



 Other Spouse: Lloyd CASON

 Other Spouse: Richard BOYER


Children
1 M Leon Clifton SHERROD, USA, WWII

         Born: 30 June 1926 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: October 1983 - Orange County, Florida
       Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Orange County, Florida
       Spouse: Thelma Louise WILSON


2 F Nadine Martha SHERROD

          AKA: Martha Nadine SHERROD
         Born: 11 August 1929 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 December 1970 - Erie County, New York
       Buried: 23 December 1970 - Holy Cross Cemetery, Erie County, New York
       Spouse: Joseph FRONGETTA (living)
       Spouse: Lt. Robert George MALLION, USAAC, WWII
         Marr: September 1955 - Erie County, New York


3 M Pvt Doyle Franklin SHERROD, USA

         Born: 22 February 1933 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: December 1985 - Orange County, Florida
       Buried:  - Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery, Seminole County, Florida
       Spouse: Avelina BLANCO (living)
       Spouse: Kathleen --?-- (living)


4 M William Coy SHERROD

         Born: 27 September 1935 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 November 1943 - Orange County, Florida
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Orange County, Florida



5 F Mary Evelyn SHERROD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Betty Jean SHERROD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Raymond John BALLARD, Jr. (living)



General Notes: Husband - Lester SHERROD

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Coolidge; Series: T625 Roll: 280 Page: 222:
Fm 225 225 SHERROD B. F. Head M W 36 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm;
-- Della Wife F W 33 M GA GA GA;
-- Lee Annie Dau F W 14 S GA GA GA;
-- Lester Son M W 12 S GA GA GA;
-- Leonard Son 5 S GA GA GA;
-- Luther Son M W 1 S GA GA GA
EDDINGS John W Bro-in-law M W 44 S GA GA GA Laborer Farm;
SHERROD Boe Brother 33 S GA GA GA Laborer Farm.

Lester SHERROD, son of B. F. SHERROD and Della EDDINGS, married Marie DANIELS, daughter of Charles Coy DANIELS. All their children were born in Georgia. They lived in and around Thomas County, Georgia until the early 1940s when they moved to Apopka, Florida to obtain work.

1945 Florida Population Census, Orange County, page 31, lines 31 through 37:
SHERROD Lester Box 394 Apopka in 37 GA 8th grade Labor
-- Marie Box 394 Apopka in 34 GA 10th grade Housewife
-- Leon Box 394 Apopka in 19 GA 6th grade Army
-- Nadine Box 394 Apopka in 15 GA 7th grade Labor
-- Doyle Box 394 Apopka in 12 GA 5th grade Student
-- Bettye Jean Box 394 Apopka in 4 GA 0 Child
DANIELS Edsel* Box 394 Apopka in 17 GA 9th grade Labor
*Herman Edsel DANIELS was Marie's half-brother.
[FamilySearch.org: Line Number: 31, Film number: 2425201, Digital Folder Number: 4280261, Image Number: 00013, Collection: Florida State Census, 1945]

"SHERROD, LESTER 25 Jul 1907 Mar 1980 72 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA) 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA) Georgia 255-18-6600" [SSDI]

Lester died in Merrillville, Thomas County, Georgia. He was taken to Apopka, Florida for burial beside his ex-wife, Marie Daniels Sherrod Boyers, in Highland Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Seminole County, Florida, in plot Everlasting Life, Lot 216B, Space 3.
Find A Grave Memorial# 69680768.


General Notes: Wife - Marie M. DANIELL

Marie DANIEL was a daughter of Charles Coy DANIELL and Bessie CROSBY. In the 1920 census, "Marrie" is age 10, living with her father, Coy DANIEL.

Marie Daniell first married Lester SHERROD. They had five children: Nadine Martha, Leon, Doyle, William, and Betty Jean.

Marie and Lester divorced about 1946. She married second Lloyd CASON about 1949, then married third Richard BOYER.

Mrs. Marie BOYER of Orlando, Florida is named as a surviving daughter in the Oct. 7, 1966 obituary of C. C. [Charlie Coy] Daniels.

Marie was buried with her first husband Lester Sherrod in Highland Memory Gardens, Seminole County, Florida. [Betty Jean Sherrod Ballard, 5.13.2011]

A picture of Marie's marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 69680908:

1909 1968
MARIE M. SHERROD

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William A. DAVIS and Martha Ann DANIELL




Husband William A. DAVIS 308,3059

         Born: 9 April 1820 - Georgia 2751
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1897 - Hancock County, Georgia 2751
       Buried:  - Linton Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
     Marriage: 7 February 1847 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308



Wife Martha Ann DANIELL 308,2751,3059

          AKA: Martha Ann DANIEL
         Born: 17 May 1825 - Baldwin County, Georgia 308,2751
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 November 1898 - Hancock County, Georgia 2751
       Buried:  - Linton Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: Jesse DANIELL (1794-1860) 308
       Mother: Mary Ann TUCKER (1799-1880) 308,1345




Children
1 M Samuel W. DAVIS 2751,3059

         Born: 4 November 1847 - Georgia 2751
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1899 - Hancock County, Georgia 2751
       Buried:  - Linton Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: Maude A. BOYER 1010,2751,3051
         Marr: 2 February 1875 - Hancock County, Georgia


2 M William DAVIS

         Born: Abt 1848 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1860
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William A. DAVIS

William A. DAVIS was born about 1820 according to the 1860 census. On 7 February 1847, he married Martha Ann DANIELL, daughter of Jesse DANIELL and Mary Ann TUCKER of Baldwin County, Georgia

In the 1840 census of Washington County, Georgia, a William DAVIS with a son 15-20 is a neighbor of Jesse DANIEL, Martha Ann's father. Other associated families also live nearby. He is a candidate for father of this William A. DAVIS.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Exclusive of Milledgeville; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page: 111:
342 342 William A. DAVIS 29 M Farmer 3,500 Georgia
Anne " 24 F Georgia
Samuel " 2 M Georgia
William " 1 M Georgia

William A. DAVIS and Martha Ann DANIEL (b. 1826) were married in Baldwin Co., by Daniel TUCKER on 7 Feb 1847. The Southern Recorder, one of the most widely read papers in the south at the time, carried the announcement on 9 February 1847. The couple appears in the 1850 through 1880 censuses of Baldwin Co. enumerated in a district either in or quite near Milledgeville, then the Capital of Georgia. In 1850 William A. Davis was listed as a farmer age 29 (born 1821) with wife "Anne" 24 years of age (born 1826) and two sons, Samuel age 2 (born 1848) and William age 1 (born 1849)." (Note: Judge Daniel R. TUCKER was Martha Ann's uncle, her mother's brother. RLD)

The Slave Owners 1850 Baldwin County Census lists William A. Davis as having 32 slaves.
(http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/slaveowners1850.html)

"William A. DAVIS was named in a December 1856 legal notice in the Milledgeville, Ga. Union Recorder as being principal administrator of the estate of his father John N. DAVIS who had died 19 November. Named co-administrators were Green BRANTLEY and John KITRELL, husbands of two of William's sisters. Property in both Baldwin and Washington Counties were mentioned. William A. DAVIS appeared in several other legal notices in the Milledgeville newspaper. In 1858 he is mentioned as the recipient of the proceeds of a Sheriff's sales -- the auctioning of Negroes to satisfy legal claims. After the Civil War, William A. DAVIS is mentioned in the Union Recorder as a Grand Jurist for the August 1868 term." (Prepared for Digging For Davises, Richard Dietz, 17 July 1997: Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem Dist, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 226: 746 689 William A. DAVIS 40 M W Farmer 1200 6000 GA; -- Anne M 35 F W GA (Martha); -- Samuel 12 M W GA. William and Martha Ann's son, William (Jr.) born abt 1849 is not with them. Died, or where? Next door is the family of Mary E. (sic, A.) DANIEL, widow of Jesse and mother of Ann DAVIS, with three of her children, Arabella (Anabella) 25, James 23, Overseer, and Augustus 15.

Baldwin County 1864 Census for Re-organizing the Georgia Militia 20th Senatorial District, 115th Militia District Census was for men 16-60 yrs old - DAVIS, W. A., 46 yrs, Farmer, b. Washington Co., GA (USGenWeb Archives by: Eileen Babb McAdams eileen99@alltel.net)

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 134 Page: 169: 372 368 DAVIS William A. 56 M W Farmer 2500 1070 GA; -- Ann 45 F W Keeping house GA (Martha); -- Samuel 22 M W Farm Laborer GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, District 115; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 189: 191 203 DAVIS William A. W M 60 Head M Farmer GA GA GA; " Martha A. W F 50 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA. Next door is their son, Saml W. DAVIS, 33, married to Maude, 23, with Ernest C., 4, and William W., 2.

"194. Wm. A. Davis Miss Ann Daniel Sept 22, 1889 B.E.L. Timmons 9-20,1891" Register of Members of Zebulon Methodist Church, South - Hancock County, Georgia, pg. 13-21, Margarette Goldsby Gaissert, Compiler, Extractor and Publisher, Transcribed by Scott O. Fraser,(sofraser@aol.com), as understood from text (May 2006)

"Old records and cemetery maps with the Moore Funeral Home (which goes way back in Milledgeville), shows a family plot in the Milledgeville City Cemetery (earlier known as Memory Hill) belonging to a "W. A. Davis". One of the four adult graves in that plot is of a confederate veteran named William Davis. It is marked by a plain white marble headstone about two feet high. (Knowledgeable sources tell me it is not a "government stone" because it is too elaborate and likely was erected either by the UDC or by the Davis family between 1880 and1900. And, reenactors tell me it was not erected by the CSA. Those markers were pointed on top "to keep Yankees from sitting on them".) The inscription on the headstone reads: 'CSA//William Davis//7 Th Georgia//Cavalry'.' Military records I have been able to locate neither support nor detract from the inscription. I have been unable, with the help of experts, to locate any Confederate military records for our William A. Davis or any record that he or his wife applied for a pension. There is sketchy information on several incarnations of the 7th Ga. Cavalry but no record that William A. Davis served in it. To confound the issue, or perhaps make it more interesting, the Milledgeville newspaper on 9 June 1863 printed the Company Roll of the "Baldwin County Minute Men" likely organized for "local defense". As the situation became increasingly desperate for the South, such units were hastily formed up of older men, some boys too young to have joined up with the regulars, and probably some of the recovering wounded no longer fit for more active service. A William A. Davis was listed as a private in this Company. Although an admitted speculation on my part, our William A. Davis would have fit the profile of the older men being pressed into local defense or the profile of a man allowed to return home to recover from wounds. Regardless, this local militia unit certainly cannot be equated to a cavalry unit. Perhaps our William A. Davis served in both units. ' "I have a picture of the C.S.A. footstone of one "William. A. Davis, 7th Georgia Cavalry." This grave is in the Davis family plot in Memory Hill, or Milledgville City Cemetary and next to my great grandfather William James Davis." (Jack Davis, JStuartD1@aol.com)

The above not withstanding, the graves of William A. DAVIS and his wife Martha Ann (Daniell) DAVIS, their son Samuel W. DAVIS and wife Maud Boyer DAVIS, and their grandchildren Cletian DAVIS and Samuel Durwood DAVIS, and a Cora Vickers DAVIS (relationship not yet known) are located in the Linton Cemetery in Hancock County, Georgia in Row E, Lot 1. (Cora - Linton Cemetery index "Row E Lot 1 7 Cora Vickers Davis Mar 15, 1887 Jun 25, 1966"; in SSDI "CORA DAVIS 15 Mar 1887 Jun 1966 31206 (Macon, Bibb, GA ) (none specified) 258-09-5848 Georgia")

William's grave is indexed as: "Row E Lot 1 3 Wiliam A. Davis Apr 9, 1820 Jun 15, 1897" (The single "L" in Wiliam may be a typographical error.)

"Mr. W. A. Davis, an old and respected citizen of Linton, Hancock county, died last Tuesday, after an illness of one week. Mr. Davis was in his seventy-seventh year, and leaves a wife and son to mourn his death. Mr. Davis was a former resident of Baldwin county, having lived here until about fifteen years ago. He has many friends among our older citizens who regret his death." [Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, June 22, 1897]


General Notes: Wife - Martha Ann DANIELL

Martha Ann DANIELL, daughter of Jesse DANIELL and Mary A. TUCKER, was born 17 December 1823 in Baldwin County, Georgia. Her date of birth is recorded in "the Holy Bible printed in 1816" in her mother's 1878 Widow's Pension Application, certified to the court to be genuine by Daniel R. TUCKER, an officer of the court and Mary's brother.

Martha's marriage to William A. DAVIS on 7 February 1847 was also recorded in the family Bible and published in the Southern Recorder, Feb. 09, 1847, page 3: Martha Ann DANIEL daughter of Jesse DANIEL married William A. DAVIS on February 7, 1847, all of Baldwin County.

Martha is named as Ann or Ann M. with her husband in the 1850 and later censuses.

Martha Daniell DAVIS is buried in Linton Cemetery, Linton, Hancock County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 14031650:

MARTHA D. DAVIS
MAY 15, 1825
NOV. 30, 1898

The date on Martha's headstone conflicts with her date of birth recorded in her mother's family Bible. The date from the Bible is used for her birth. [Robert Louis Daniell] 2751


Notes: Marriage

Published in the Southern Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Feb. 09, 1847 -- page 3: "MARRIED, in this county, on Sunday last, 7th inst. by Daniel R. TUCKER, Esq. Mr. WILLIAM A. DAVIS to Miss MARTHA ANN DANIEL, daughter of Mr. Jesse DANIEL - all of Baldwin county." [Judge Daniel R. TUCKER was Martha's uncle.]

"William A. DAVIS was married to Martha Ann DANIELL 7th Feby 1847" is recorded in Mary A. DANIEL's Widow's Pension Application and certified as from a family Bible entry by Daniel R. TUCKER, Judge of the Inferior Court of Baldwin County, Georgia, and Mary A.'s brother. The marriage was also recorded in Baldwin County, Georgia Marriages 1847, Released 10 May 2004, Baldwin County, Georgia - Marriage Records 1806-1850: William A DAVIS Martha Ann DANIEL 07 Feb 1847 (http://www.accessgenealogy.com/)


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Marvin Leroy HAYES, Jr., USN and Martha Linda DANIELL




Husband Marvin Leroy HAYES, Jr., USN

         Born: 18 September 1946 - Washington, District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 December 2010 - Putnam County, Florida
       Buried: 


       Father: Marvin Leroy HAYES, Sr.
       Mother: Mary --?--


     Marriage: Abt 1971



Wife Martha Linda DANIELL 1397

         Born: 2 September 1950
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 July 2011
       Buried: 16 July 2011 - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Charles Loyd DANIELL, Sr. (1912-2009) 2319
       Mother: Martha Corine TUCKER (1915-2003) 2320




Children
1 M Randall Leroy HAYES (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Jean VICKERS (living)



General Notes: Husband - Marvin Leroy HAYES, Jr., USN

Obituary
HAYES Marvin LeRoy "Lee" Hayes, Jr., age 64, of Interlachen, began his life-long journey September 18, 1946 in Washington, D.C. and entered into eternal rest, Saturday, December 4, 2010 at Putnam Community Medical Center. He had lived in Interlachen since 1985, coming from Jacksonville, where he lived for many years and was a Jacksonville Fireman with 23 years of service. He had a career in the U.S. Navy for several years and also served in the National Guard. He became involved with the Putnam County Sheriff's Office when it formed its Auxiliary Unit and was a member for 20 years. He was a member of Masonic Lodge # 34 F&AM in Palatka, the Putnam County Shrine Club, the Morocco Temple Shrine in Jacksonville and a member of American Legion Post # 293 in Interlachen. Lee was a devoted son, husband, father, grandpa and friend to all. "Sadness fills our lives and hearts now that you are gone. We hold on by knowing we will see you again. Lee, rest easy and know we love, cherish, and hold dear to our memories of you, until we meet again, my friend." Lee leaves behind his wife of 39 years, Martha Linda Hayes of Interlachen; son, R.L. "Randy" Hayes, Sr. and wife, Mary of Interlachen; parents, Mary & Marvin Hayes, Sr. of Titusville; sister, Carol Sue Pinkey & husband, Lenny of Sneads Prairie, North Carolina; 4 grandchildren, Samantha L. Hayes, Randall L. "Randy" Hayes, Jr., Mason Jacob Hayes and Logan Kaleb Hayes, all of Interlachen and a cousin, George Padgett of Tracys Landing, Maryland. Funeral services will be held 11:00 A.M. Thursday December 9th at the Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Interlachen with Charles Daniell, Jr., Randy Hayes, Sr., and Johnny Bazemore officiating. The Putnam County Sheriff's Office will conduct funeral honors and Masonic Lodge # 34 F&AM will conduct Masonic Rites. The U.S. Navy will conduct military honors. Friends may call Wednesday from 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. at the Johnson- Overturf Funeral Home in Interlachen. Memories and condolences may be sent to the family at www.JohnsonOverturfFunerals.com Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Interlachen is in charge of arrangements. [Published in the Florida Times Union, Jacksonville, Florida.]

Marvin Leroy "Lee" HAYES was cremated. Marvin's widow, Martha Linda (Daniell) HAYES, was buried at the foot of her mother's grave in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia. Lee's ashes were buried with Linda.
["Lee's ashes were buried with Linda." Teresa Griffis, email, 23 July 2011.]


General Notes: Wife - Martha Linda DANIELL

Martha Linda DANIELL was called "Linnie".

"C. L. Daniell's daughter Martha Linda Daniell Hayes passed away Tuesday morning about 11:30. Funeral will be in Thomasville at Whiddon-Shiver Funeral Home, Saturday, 3:00 p.m. (visitation at 2:00), burial at Laurel Hill Cemetery (at foot of her mother)." [Teresa Griffis, 7/15/2011]

Obituary published in the "Palatka Daily News", Palatka, Florida, Saturday, July 16, 2011:
Martha Linda Hayes, 60, of Interlachen, passed July 12, 2011 in Palatka.
Born on Sept. 2, 1950, to her late parents, Charles and Martha Daniell, she was a loving and devoted daughter, sister, wife, mother and granny. She was a very kind and giving woman, there wasn't a person she wouldn't help. A truly lovely woman departed this world too soon but we know she's gone to do wonderful things with the Lord. She is going to be deeply missed by many and we await the day to see her again. Continue to shine on Martha!
Also preceding her in death along with her parents is her husband of 39 years, Marvin L. Hayes Jr.
She is survived by a son, Randall L. (Mary) Hayes Sr.; grandchildren, Samantha, Randall Jr., Mason and Logan Hayes; siblings, Buddy and Lena Daniell, Patricia Tapley, Charles and Mildred Daniell, Loretta and Eddie Whitcher and Danny and Dorthea Daniell; in-laws, Marvin (Mary) Hayes Sr.
Calling hours will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, July 16 at Whiddon Shiver Funeral Home, Thomasville, Ga.
Funeral services will be at the funeral home at 3 p.m., Saturday, July 16 with Johnny Bazemore officiating the ceremony. Interment will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetary [sic].
Whiddon Shiver Funeral Home, Thomasville, Ga., is entrusted with arrangements.

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Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK and Mary DANIELL




Husband Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK 934,1406

          AKA: Robert HENDRIX
         Born: Cir 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 4 October 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: 
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1740-After 1805)


     Marriage: 21 May 1795 - Columbia, South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Mary STANLEY 934,935 - After February 1800 - Richland County, South Carolina 934



Wife Mary DANIELL

         Born: 20 February 1765 - South Carolina 896
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 11 May 1797 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: James O'DANIEL, RW-SC (1721-Between 1797/1798) 892
       Mother: UNKNOWN (      -Bef 1777)




Children
1 F Patsy HENDRICK 2400

         Born: Between January 1796 and 11 May 1797 - South Carolina 2400
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 17 September 1805 - Richland District, South Carolina 2181
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK

Robert HENDRICK is a son of Mary HENDRICK. His father's name has not been found. In his Will of 1805, Robert names his mother "Mary HENDRICK." and his sisters, Martha DUKES and Sarah HENDRICK.

"Dr Robert H Hendrick was an out-of-wedlock son born to Mary Hendrick in Louisa Co VA. Mary Hendrick also had two out-of-wedlock daughters, one of whom (Martha) married Samuel Stanley. Said Samuel Stanley's daughter by first marriage was Mary Stanley. As a widow of William Howell, Mary Stanley married Dr Robert H Hendrick after his first wife died (she being Mary "Polly" Daniel)." [Will Hendricks, Chattanooga TN, Administrator, Hendricks DNA project, FTDNA. 12 Nov 2013]

1794 - Robert HENDRICK was in Richland County, South Carolina. That year he witnessed the Will of Herbert RIVES. [SC Archives: Series: S108093, Reel: 0021, Frame: 00487, Item: 000: Will Typescript (MSS WILL: Book C, Page 99; Estate Packet: Box 26, Pkg 634.]

1795 - On May 21, 1795, Dr. Robert HENDRICK married in Columbia, South Carolina, Mary "Polly" DANIELL, daughter of James DANIELL of Fairfield, South Carolina and Hancock County, Georgia. [South Carolina Gazette, Jun 8, 1795] Mary, born 1765, was 30 years old at this marriage. Considering Mary's age, Robert was born circa 1760.

1796 - SC Archives - Number: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00558 Item: 02 Date: 1796/01/28 Description: HENDRICK, Robert, Plat for 187 Acres on Duncan's Creek, Ninety Six District, surveyed by Abel PEARSON for said PEARSON on March 15, 1788. Names Indexed: HENDRICK, Robert/PEARSON, Abel/CASEY, Levi/DUCKET, Joseph/HILL, Henry/EDWARDS, Obediah/CANADY, Margaret/ Locations: Duncan Creek/Enoree River/Ninety Six District Type: PLAT/

1797 - Mary Daniell HENDRICK was not mentioned in her father's Will of 11 May 1797 in Hancock County, Georgia. She likely died before it was written. James provided:
"Item. I give and bequeath to my son in law Robert HANDRICK [sic] one Tract of Land on Alligator Creek which land he has my titles for. Also fifty Acres of land on Broad River to him and his heirs forever." [The Alligator Creek tract was 400 acres in Fairfield County that James acquired on 26 May 1784.]
Item. I give and bequeath to my grandaughter Patsy HANDRICK [sic] three Negroes, viz, Joe, Rukker, and Fillis. I also give her one half of the Negroes that I have lent to My Wife after the death of My Wife to her and her Heirs forever." [James' widow, Nancy Hardwick DANIELL remarried to James BARROW on 17 February 1802.]

1798 - R. HENDRICK witnessed the LW&T of Robert CHAPPELL, June 14, 1798. The other witnesses were Jesse TAYLOR and G. H. LUCAS. Hicks CHAPPELL and John GOODWYN were the executors. ("History of Richland County", p. 235.) An index of names in the South Carolina Department of Archives and History also names "R. HENDRIX" as a witness to this will.

1799 - An abstract in Green's "History of Richland County", shows that William HOWELL, first husband of Mary STANLEY, died in 1799.

About 1800 - Dr. Robert HENDRICK married Mary Stanley HOWELL, the daughter of his brother-in-law, Samuel STANLEY, husband of his sister Martha.

1800 - Robert HENDRICK, various spellings, not found in the U. S. Census. The Richland County census has been lost. In Feb 1800, Mary HOWELL is named as a purchaser of items from William's estate. Soon after, Robert married Mary, widow of William HOWELL. Mary was the daughter of his brother-in-law, Samuel STANLEY, husband of Robert's sister, Martha.

1801 - Jose DANIELL, brother of Mary Daniell HENDRICK, died intestate on 26 Mar 1799, about 14 months after his father. A record of suit against the estate of his father James DANIELL is recorded in Hancock County, Georgia, Deed Book C, p. 543. "We, James TAYLOR and Matthew HOWELL of South Carolina, and the said HOWELL being an administrator of the goods and chattles of Jose DANIELL, deceased, have appointed Doctor Robert HENRICK [HENDRICK] of the same place, our true and lawful attorney, for us, in our names jointly, to ask, demand, sue for, recover and receive such legacies & c which said James TAYLOR and Matthew HOWELL jointly or either in own right or as administrator for the said Jose DANIELL, may be entitled by law to receive from the estate of JAMES DANIELL, late of State of Georgia, deceased. This 8th Jun 1801. Wit: Peter BREMER. Recorded 15th Jul 1801."

1802 - Robert HENDRICK became a commissioner of the City of Columbia. Being appointed 16 years after the commission was established, he was not one of the original five men selected to layout the city. Columbia was one of the few planned cities in the US. "The commissioners elected to layout the new town were Commodore GILLON of Charleston, Judge Henry PENDLETON of Saxe Gotha, General Richard WINN of Winnsboro, Camden District, Colonel Richard HAMPTON of Saxe Gotha, Colonel Thomas TAYLOR of Taylor's Hill, Camden District." (History of Richland County, p. 149, Green) "The commissioners, five in number, who had been appointed for the purpose of laying out the new town of Columbia, appear to have been a continuing body. Their bonds were signed April 15, 1786 (Misc. Records, B, 67-72). Some new names appear in succeeding years occasioned by death or resignation. Benjamin WARING, Robert LITHGOW, James TAYLOR signed bonds as commissioners on June 11, 1791 (Misc. Rec. A, 474-476). The bonds of David E. DUNLAP (Dec 6, 1802), and of Robert HENDRICK (May 18, 1802, 16 years after the original committee of five was appointed), were also found in Miscellaneous Records (B, 192, 197)." (History of Richland County, p. 166, Green)

1803 - A Deed of Conveyance from Edgefield South Carolina Deed Bk. 29, page 494, transcribed by Robert Daniell from electronic copies of original pages graciously provided by Martha Taylor of La Pine, Alabama, clearly identifies Robert HENDRICK's wife as the widow of William HOWELL, at the same showing Robert's connections to the Daniell (Daniel), Taylor, and Howell families:

"Robert HENDRICK To William DANIEL Deed of Conveyance South Carolina Whereas on the suggestion of Robert HENDRICK and Mary his wife late Mary HOWELL the Relict of William HOWELL deceased of Richland District and State aforesaid that a certain Jose DANIEL of the same District and State died seized and possessed of sundry Lands and tenements in fee simple and among others of a certain Tract or parcels of Lands laying and situate in Edgefield District in the State aforesaid containing four hundred Acres more or less of which said Lands and tenements the said Robert HENDRICK and Mary his Wife together with Jesse TAYLOR James TAYLOR (now dec.d) Mary TAYLOR (Wife of Thomas) and Martha TAYLOR as legal Representatives of the said Jose DANIEL... "

1803 - SC Archives: Series Number: S165015 Year: 1803 Item: 00016 ignore: 00 Date: 1803/11/28 Description: WARING, Benjamin, David E. DUNLAP, and Robert H. HENDRICK, Commissioners of Columbia, Petition Asking Permission To Cancel Thomas Tudor TUCKER's Purchase Price on his land, so the land can be relinquished by him and set aside for public buildings. (4 pages) Names Indexed: WARING, Benjamen/HENDRICK, Robert H./DUNLAP, David E./TUCKER, Thomas Tudor/ Locations: Columbia/ Type: Petition/ Topics: Columbia, Commissioners of Public Buildings (http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/search/details.asp?index=10422&table=AllArchivalData&tableLook=LegislativePapers)

1804 - Doctors Robert HENDRICK, John S. FOWKE, and Brian GUNTER were listed as a purchaser from the estate of Dr. Charles Wm. KOESTER. Mary KOESTER and Isaac TUCKER were administrators. John S. FOWKE, Green RIVES, John HOWELL, and Wm. R. TUCKER were the appraisers. (A History of Richland County, South Carolina, Green, p. 261)

1804 - SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0021 Frame: 00566 item: 00 Date: 1804 C. Description: DOBBINS, Joseph of Richland County, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book D, Page 169; Estate Packet: Box 8, Pkg 176) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: DOBBINS, Joseph/Uittilda (slave)/CARSLEY, Dr./JONES, Thomas/GRANT, Hugh/PEARL, James/PERRY, Jesse/FOSTER, John/DUNLAP, David E./DUNLAP, Susanna P./WADE, Thomas H./Amey (slave)/WARING, Benjamin/HENDRICK, Robert/WADE, Daniel. Locations: Richland county/Columbia/Taylor Street (Columbia)

1805 - "Dr. Robert HENDRICK's Will, written September 18, 1805, was filed October 4, 1805. His wife, a daughter of Samuel STANLEY, was the widow of Wm. HOWELL, who died in 1799. She married for her third husband, Chestian E. WILLIAMSON [an executor of Robert's estate]; after his death she married William HILLEGAS. She died at a great age and is buried in the Stanley plot at the northeast corner of the First Presbyterian churchyard." (History of Richland County, p. 136.)

Robert HENDRICK's Will, a transcript from the South Carolina Archives:
"In the name of God Amen I Robert HENDRICK being of sound mind and memory doth make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in manner following; First I will that my Just debts and funeral expenses be paid with all convenient speed after my decease; I give devise and bequeath to my mother Mary HENDRICK the following Negroes Viz: Eley, a fellow named Tom, one other fellow named Armistad during her natural life, and at her death the said Negroes to be divided equally between my two Sisters Martha DUKES and Sarah HENDRICK to them and their Heirs and assigns forever. I give devise and bequeath to my said Mother the House wherein she now lives with a quarter Acre of Land containing fifty two feet front on Washington Street and two hundred and eight feet deep to be enjoyed by her during her natural life and at her Death I give and bequeath the said House and Land to my s'd two Sisters Martha DUKES and Sarah HENDRICK to them and to their Heirs and assigns forever. I give devise and bequeath to my friend Doct'r Edward FISHER my right to the Shop furniture and Skeleton, I give devise and bequeath all my Books to be equally divided between Mr. Thomas BRIGGS and Mr. William BRAINTHWAIT all the rest residue and remainder of my Estate both real and personal to be equally divided between my beloved Wife Mary HENDRICK and my daughter Louisa share and share alike to them and their Heirs and assigns forever. It is also my will and desire that my Mother and two Sisters shall have one year's provisions from the Plantation sufficient for the Family's use, lastly I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my beloved Wife Executrix and my friends John HOPKINS and Daniel FAUST Executors of this my last Will and Testament and Guardians to my said Daughter Louisa In Witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and Seal this Seventeenth day of September in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and five. R. HENDRICK----Seal
Witness, the words "Street and deep" being first interlined-- Bn. WARING, J. J. FAUST, Charles WILLIAMSON.
Ordinary's Office Richland District) Appeared before me Charles WILLIAMSON Esqr. who made oath that he saw Doct'r Robert HENDRICK sign seal and acknowledge the within instrument of writing to be his last Will and Testament and at the same time of making the same the s'd Dr. Robert HENDRICK appeared to be of sound mind memory and understanding; and that he this deponent together with Benjamin WARING and Jacob J. FAUSTS subscribed their names in the presence of each other and in the presence of the Testator as Witnesses to the due and faithful execution of the said last Will and Testament Sworn to before me the 4th October 1805 Sim: TAYLOR Ord'y. Charles WILLIAMSON Recorded in Will Book D Page#264 Box#14 Package# 328."

1805 - On a list of "Physicians Practicing in Richland County, South Carolina before 1830", posted to Ancestry.com by Helen Skipper, is "Dr. Robert HENDRICK d. 1805".

In 1806, payment from Robert's estate was made to cover purchases by Mary and Sarah HOWELL, Robert's step-daughters by Mary's first husband, William HOWELL.

1814 - Estate records show Robert's estate property being sold "in order to make a division between Mrs Mary WILLIAMSON, formerly HENDRICK, and daughter Louisa HENDRICK consisting of Horses, Cattle, Mules, Household & Kitchen furniture and ____." The request for the sale was signed by C. E. WILLIAMS and D. FAUST, Executors. Louisa was then about 14.

28 April 1823 - J. Clairborne CLIFTON of Columbia, South Carolina signed a $20,000 bond to take the original Will of Robert Hendrick out of Richland County to be used as "Evidence out of the District." The Will was delivered to him and to be returned "before the first day of October next" to James S. GUIGNARD, Ordinary. The bond does not say where the Will was taken or why it was needed.

1829 - "Page 348. Robert HENDRICK. Estate settled February 7, 1829. Heirs and representatives: Charles O. DUKE, Robert STANLEY (minor), Martha STANLEY (minor), Robert GREY, David GREY. (History of Richland County, p. 292. Will Book H, page 348.) 1406


General Notes: Wife - Mary DANIELL

Mary "Polly" DANIELL, born 20 February 1765, is a daughter of James O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia. James migrated to South Carolina circa 1754, dropped the O' from his surname, and used DANIELL. Mary is named in James DANIELL's Bible transcription published in the The History of Hancock County, Georgia, referencing an old Bible "which originally belonged to James DANIELL."

Polly DANIEL married Dr. Robert HENDRICK on May 21, 1795, in Columbia, South Carolina. The marriage was published in The SOUTH CAROLINA GAZETTE, Jun 8 , 1795. Mary was 30 years of age at this marriage, which begs the question, was it a second marriage? Mary and Robert had a daughter, Patsy HENDRICK, born between January 1796 and 11 May 1797, determined from nine months after the marriage and the date of Mary's father's Will.

Mary probably died soon after Patsy's birth and before her father's will was written. She was not named in the Will, but both her husband and daughter were. James DANIELL's bequeaths to them read:

"Item. I give and bequeath to my son-in-law Robert HANDRICK [sic] one tract of land on Alligator Creek which land he has my titles for. Also 50 acres of land on the Broad River to him and his heirs forever."
"Item. I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Patsy HANDRICK [sic] three Negroes viz Joe, Rukker, and Fillis. I also give her one half of the Negroes that I have lent to my wife after the death of my wife, to her and her heirs forever."

The bequeaths to Robert HENDRICK were singularly for "him and his heirs" which supports the prior death of Mary.

Before 1803, Robert had remarried to Mary STANLEY, the widow of William HOWELL of Richland County, South Carolina.
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James Roy GOLDING and Mary Berta DANIELL




Husband James Roy GOLDING 813

         Born: 11 September 1889 - Brooks County, Georgia 813
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 April 1971 - Lowndes County, Georgia 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Edwin V. GOLDING (1866-      ) 813
       Mother: Eula L. --?-- (1869-      ) 813


     Marriage: 4 July 1911 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Mary Berta DANIELL 815

         Born: 20 June 1892 - Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: March 1973 - Douglas County, Nebraska 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Charles Henry DANIELL (1860-1936) 1638
       Mother: Mary Melvina BAKER (1861-1946) 2480,2481




Children
1 M James Roy GOLDING, Jr. 2320

         Born: 29 January 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 July 1996 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mildred KNIGHT
         Marr: Abt 1935
       Spouse: Thelma PLYMEL
         Marr: 9 September 1952 - Thomas County, Georgia


2 M Charles GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Mary Nell GOLDING

         Born: 13 November 1919
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 April 1986
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Jarvis W. ROGERS (living)


4 M Herbert GOLDING

         Born: 1 September 1922 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1924 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 



5 F Doris GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Fred NICKEL (living)



General Notes: Husband - James Roy GOLDING

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Tallokas; Series: T623 Roll: 181 Page: 59:
368 375 GOLDEN Edwin [written over Edward] V. Head W M Augt? 1866 33 M 11 GA SC SC Farmer;
-- Eula L. Wife W F Oct 1869 30 M 11 5 5 GA GA GA;
-- Roy J. W M Sept 1889 10 S GA GA GA At school;
-- Homer Son WM July 1892 7 S GA GA GA At school;
-- William Son W M March 1894 6 S GA GA GA At school;
-- Giffin Son W M Augt 1895 4 S GA GA GA;
-- Sallie Dau W F Augt 1897 2 S GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Tallokas; Series: T624 Roll: 174 Page: 64:
284 284 GOLDING Edwin V. and Eula L; James R. Son 20 Single. Gladis Dau 8 and Fannie L. Dau 5 added to the family.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Barwick; Roll 387 Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 27; Image: 541.0.
Roy Golden 40 M 22 GA GA GA farmer;
Berta Golden 36 M 19 GA GA GA
James R Golden 16 GA GA GA
Mary Golden 10 GA GA GA
Doris Golden 11 GA GA GA

There is a three year difference in the birth year of James Roy GOLDING as given in the 1900 census and the Social Security Death Index:
"GOLDING, JAMES 11 Sep 1886 Apr 1971 84 31632 (Hahira, Lowndes, GA (none specified) Long-time or retired railroad workers 723-07-2444"


General Notes: Wife - Mary Berta DANIELL

Mary Berta DANIELL married James Roy GOLDING on July 4, 1911.
"Golding J. R. Daniels [sic] Berta [Bk] Q [pg] 352 [http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/thomas/vitals/marriages/groom11-g.txt]

In her father's obituary of 1936, Berta is named as "Mrs. J. R. GOLDEN [sic]" living in Thomasville, Georgia.

Mrs. Berta GOLDEN [sic], of Pavo, Ga. is named as a surviving sister in the Oct. 7, 1966 obituary of C. C. [Charlie Coy] Daniels.

"GOLDING, BERTA 20 Jun 1892 Mar 1973 80 68114 (Omaha, Douglas, NE ) (none specified) Georgia 257-38-3994" [SSDI]
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William Colbert HOWARD and Mary Elizabeth DANIELL




Husband William Colbert HOWARD 3721,4037,4038

         Born: August 1864 - Alabama 3721,4037
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 April 1918 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried: 7 April 1918 - Russell County, Alabama


       Father: John Tyler HOWARD (1837-1881) 3727,3728
       Mother: Anna Wingfield DAWSON (1842-      ) 3721


     Marriage: 12 June 1894 - Barbour County, Alabama



Wife Mary Elizabeth DANIELL 301,4037

          AKA: Mollie E.
         Born: May 1865 - Alabama 4037
   Christened: 
         Died: 1921
       Buried: 


       Father: John Levi DANIELL (1830-1890) 301
       Mother: Antoinette E. HOLSEY (1829-After 1890) 301,1380




Children
1 M John Tyler HOWARD 4037

         Born: January 1895 - Alabama 4037
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Colbert HOWARD

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Glennville, Series: T623 Roll: 38 Page: 256: 53 55 DANIELL W. F. Head W M Feby 1866 34 S AL AL AL Farmer; -- J. L. [James Levi] Brother W M Oct 1870 29 S AL AL AL Farm laborer; HOWARD W. C. [William Colbert] Brother-in-law W M Aug 1864 35 M 6 AL AL AL Farmer; -- Mollie [Mary] E. Sister W F May 1865 35 M 6 1 1 AL AL AL; -- John Tyler Nephew W M Jany 1895 5 S AL AL AL. (This household indexed as "DANIELL, M L 34", a misread of "W. F". RLD)

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Pct-10 Glennville; Series: T624 Roll: 32 Page: 270: 142 142 HOWARD William E.[sic, C.] Head M W 46 M1 18 AL GA AL Farmer; -- Mollie D. Wife 46 M1 18 2 0 AL AL GA.

Managers and Return Officers - Named for coming local election in Russell County, to be held one week from Monday...
Glennville Box - W.R Cato, J. L. Daniel, Willie thompson, managers; J. W. Brown, W. P. quarles, clerks; W. C. Howard, returning officer. [The Columbus Ledger, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, July 9, 1911, Page 2]

W. C. Howard Appointed Clerk Of Russell County
W. C. Howard, member of the board of equalizers of Russell County, has been appointed to the office of clerk of the circuit court of Russell county, by Judge J. S. Williams, the appointment to become effective at once... The appointee is a well known citizen of Russell County, having lived there practically all his life. He is a resident of Pittsview, but will remove to Seale, following his appointment. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Saturday, September 1, 1917, Page 6]

Obituary: William C. Howard, one of the most prominent citizens of Russell county, Alabama, and well and favorably known in Columbus and throughout his home state, died yesterday at noon at Seale, after a short illness of pneumonia... Affable, generous and always seeking to help others, Mr. Howard endeared himself to all with whom he came in contact. The deceased at the time of his death was serving as clerk of the circuit court of Russell county, to which position he was recently appointed by Judge J. S. Williams. He filled the responsible position with credit to himself and his county, ... He leaves a grief-stricken wife and scores of other relatives, all of whom have the heartfelt sympathy of their many friends. The funeral service will be impressively conducted this afternoon and the interment will be made in the family burying ground at Glenville, Russell county. The body will be carried to the former home by private conveyance, leaving Seale at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. A large cortege of friends will accompany the body to its final resting place. [The Columbus Ledger, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, April 7, 1918, Page 6]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Elizabeth DANIELL

Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" DANIELL, daughter of John Levi DANIELL and Antoinette E. HOLSEY, was born in Alabama in May 1865. She is listed as age 7 in the 1870 census.

G. L. "Larry" Lamborn of Fairfax, Virginia gratiously provided transcribed copies of the two letters below. The first from from Mollie to her Dear Cousin Jim HOLSEY. The second from Hopkins HOLSEY/HALSEY to his brother Jim. Items in [ ] are not part of the original letter.
"Glennville, Alabama
July 17th, 1885
Dear Cousin, Jim
Your welcome letter received a few days ago, I can't imagine where it has been as it was mailed on the 2nd of July unless it took a trip north.
Oscar Shivers left for home yesterday, poor boy he doesnt improve a particle. It makes my heart sad to look at him. He said he was going to make Aunt Ella [Holsey] write to you I saw Aunt Mary [Holsey] last week, said she was so very glad we had heard you all. You must write to her she would appreciate a letter from you so much. Her address is [*]Mary E. Upshaw Hatchechubbee Ala. Aunt Mary has two very intelligent daughters Mrs Lou and Fannie Mitchell. They married two widower brothers. Aunt M. has broken up house keeping and lives with her children. She has five married daughters and when Aunt Ella was out here she went around to see them all and called them Aunt Mary's homes. I go out to the five homes every year and spend some time. Cousin Lula Mc Makins (Aunt Ms Daughter) husband is quite ill has malarial fever I believe My brother Frank [Daniell] says he would like to come out to Texas and says is there any way for a poor boy to make a living. I believe he intends to start out for himself now for our Dad hasnt anything to give to him, he will have to scratch for him self now. Papa has a little store with a few bolts of calico, a midling of meat and a sack of meal. The store house is big enough but where are the goods. He doesn't farm now has nearly his whole place fenced in for a pasture. He wants Jersey cows. He has a full blood Jersey, Enoch of Aldeen Park, also a lot of half jerseys. We manage to live someway have plenty to eat and wear decent clothes. Money is powerful scarce I tell you.
I would like so much to come to Texas but Papa says he hasn't money enough to take me to the three mile branch. I am just going to cut me a fast walking stick some of these days and put right out for Texas. First I will send ahead and see if the bridges and foot logs are all up.
Mama wants to know if you have a stock of chickens called brown leghorns. She has them and they outlay anything I ever saw except a Fla. turtle. They don't set but just lay all the time every day and twice on Sunday. They are the greatest foragers you ever saw if there is anything to eat anywhere there going to have it.
How are watermelons in Texas? We have some fine ones had them ever since the 23 of June I reckon you had them much earlier You didnt tell me the babys name She must be a smart baby to talk at six months old hoorah for the Texas baby! I reckon she takes after her cousin Mollie [**], unfortunately I lost all my smartness when I grew older hope your baby will not do that though
Give my love to your wife Cousin Eva. I would like so much to see her, will write to her soon. Mama joins me in love to you and family. Write soon,
Your cousin
M. Daniell
Excuss writing this pen is one Noah had in the Ark."
G. L. Lamborn's notes on individuals:
* Mary Upshaw and her daus, Lou and Fannie Mitchell, lived in Hatchechubbee about 15 miles SW of Phenix City.
** Mollie Daniel, dau of Antoinette Holsey Daniel, to James Gideon Holsey. Mollie was living in Glennville - then a prominent town - today a village on Route 431 in southern Russell County.

A second letter from Hopkins HOLSEY to James Gideon HOLSEY, also contributed by G. L. Lamborn, mentions receipt of a letter from Mollie Daniel:
"Rogers, Texas July 19 1885
J G H Dear Brother I seat myself to answer your kind letter which I received some time ago we are all up but the babie she has a hige fever on her now I will go far the Dr this evening sister is down they are all well thare are more sick people in this country than I ever saw all of W. R. T.[****] famly is sick will Gregorys [Will Gregory] sick and evry body elc [else] nerly crops are very good I am going up to Mr Scroggins weeks after nex if I can get off I will look round while I am up thare I may try to by me a plase I think I will leve here if we all dont die in a pile before we can get off I received a letter from mollie[*] Daniel but havnt answered it yet Sister [**] says Mr S. [***] has a good crop but his cotton is young becaus of the overflow Jim you mut excuse me for not writing sooner and all so this short letter so I will close I remain your Brother as ever
Hop. Halsey
* Dau of Antoinette + John Daniel, Glennville, Alabama.
** Could be: (1) Willie Eubanks, (2) Susan (Sudie) Cooper; or (3) Louisa Halsey
*** Likely: Mr. John Scroggins, step-father
**** Believed to be William Robert Tucker, brother of Sarah L., wife of James H. Holsey

Mary "Mollie" E. DANIELL never made it to Texas. She married William C. HOWARD, a farmer, on 12 June 1894 in Barbour County, Alabama. In 1900, she and William lived in the household of her brother, W. Frank DANIEL in Russell County, Alabama. In 1910, Mary and William were still in Russell County.

Mollie's husband died in 1918. Later records below on Mollie are questionable.

=== Research Notes ===
Possible records for Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Daniell Howard:

This may be our Mary E. "Mollie" Daniell HOWARD in 1920:
1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Houston County, Ward 2, Dothan; Series: T625 Roll: 17 Page: 193: 205 8 14 HOWARD Mary E. Head F W 59 Wd AL AL GA None.
Mary resides in the household of Curtis L. and Mary B. OWENS, both age 34, born in Alabama and Georgia respectively.

Birth year is off by 6 years:
Mollie E. Howard is buried in Girard Cemetery, Girard, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 13775885:

MRS. MOLLIE E. HOWARD
1858 - 1921

Born in 1863/64?
1930 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bulloch County, Ridgely Precinct; Series
86 86 BISHOP Edward Head M W 57 M 39 AL AL AL Dog Kennell Dog trainer
-- Lucile Wife F W 50 M 23 AL AL AL Dog Kennell Dog trainer
-- Bishop Jr. Son M W 16 S AL AL AL
HOWARD Molly D Cousin F W 67 Wd 20 AL GA GA

Misread? Mrs. W. C. Howard???
Find A Grave Memorial# 58372418 lists the burial of Mrs M C Howard in Pittsview Cemetery, Pittsview, Russell County, Alabama.
Birth: unknown
Death: Sep. 30, 1935
age 71 years old [born about 1864]


Notes: Marriage

William C. Howard married Mollie Daniel on 12 June 1894 at the residence of P. E. Florence in Barbour County, Alabama. A. L. Sellers, M.G., officiated. ["Alabama, County Marriages, 1809-1950", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKZS-YTW9 : accessed 24 May 2016), William C. Howard and Mollie Daniel, 1894.]
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David Tilton KENNEDY and Mary Etta DANIELL




Husband David Tilton KENNEDY 2178

         Born: 6 March 1875 - Richmond County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 May 1910
       Buried:  - Enon Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
     Marriage: 5 June 1901 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Mary Etta DANIELL 1637,2177,2178

         Born: 16 October 1884 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 July 1961 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: William Lawrence DANIELL (1854-1917) 1638
       Mother: Eliza Ann BAKER (1851-1928) 281



 Other Spouse: Marvin Sisroe DUNN 2177 - 29 October 1911 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia


Children
1 F Floy Ethel KENNEDY

          AKA: Ethel KENNEDY 2178
         Born: 20 June 1902 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 April 1925 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia
       Spouse: Lester Cincinnatus MURPHY
         Marr: 23 June 1922 - Colquitt County, Georgia


2 M L. D. KENNEDY

         Born: 1 September 1904 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - David Tilton KENNEDY

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, 1212 Militia Dist; Series: T624 Roll: 215 Page: 165: 18 18 KENNEDY Dave T. Head M W 35 M1 9 GA GA GA Farming Farm Emp; -- Mary E. Wife F W 35 [25?] M1 2 1 1 GA GA GA; -- Ethel Dau F W 7 - GA GA GA. [Households 20, 21, and 22 are the families of Mary Etta's brothers, James and John, and her father William L. DANIEL.]

David died about 3 weeks after the 1910 census was taken. He is buried in Enon Baptist Church Cemetery , Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59792723:

D. T. KENNEDY
BORN
MAR. 6, 1875
DIED
MAY 8, 1910


General Notes: Wife - Mary Etta DANIELL

Mary Etta DANIELL, 13, daughter of William Lawrence DANIELL and Eliza Ann BAKER, is named in the 1900 census of Thomas County, Georgia. Family researcher, Jean Porter DANIELL lists her birth on 16 October 1884; the 1900 census lists in Oct 1886.

Mary Etta married first David Tilton Kennedy. After his death in May 1910, she married Marvin Sisroe Dunn.

Mary E D Dunn died 17 July 1961 in Colquitt County, Georgia at age 76. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V49W-3ZB : accessed 01 Dec 2014), Mary E D Dunn, 17 Jul 1961; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Colquitt, Georgia, certificate number 17756, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 94043782 lists Mary Etta's burial in Plot: Lane 2 West; Section 2, Block E2, Lot 40 (2 E2 40 2nd West), Westview Cemetery, Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia.
As of Dec. 31, 2006, this plot (2 E2 40 2nd West) held 4 graves: W Henry Daniel (1882-1942), Hughie M Dunn (1952-1952), Marvin S Dunn (1891-1948), and, Mary E Daniel Dunn (1884-1961).
Information from December 31, 2006 survey coordinated by the Morning Glory Garden Club of Moultrie, Georgia.
[mccls.org/Genealogy/Cemeteries/Westview%20by%20location.pdf]


Notes: Marriage

D. T. Kennedy married Ella Daniels on 5 June 1901 in Thomas, Georgia. John Carlton, M. G. [FamilySearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M71382-6, System Origin: Georgia-EASy, Source Film Number: 164392, Collection: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967]
[Indexed as "Ella"; "Etta" on the record. RLD]
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Marvin Sisroe DUNN and Mary Etta DANIELL




Husband Marvin Sisroe DUNN 2177

         Born: 9 January 1890 - Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 April 1948 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia


       Father: William Madison DUNN (1850-1922)
       Mother: Eliza TEMPLE (Abt 1862-      ) 4043


     Marriage: 29 October 1911 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Mary Etta DANIELL 1637,2177,2178

         Born: 16 October 1884 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 July 1961 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: William Lawrence DANIELL (1854-1917) 1638
       Mother: Eliza Ann BAKER (1851-1928) 281



 Other Spouse: David Tilton KENNEDY 2178 - 5 June 1901 - Thomas County, Georgia


Children
1 F Ruby Corrine DUNN 2177

         Born: 1 October 1912 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia 2535
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 March 2003 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Walter Hugh PIERCE
         Marr: 10 February 1931 - Georgia
       Spouse: Earnest Leigh POWELL
         Marr: 10 December 1938 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia


2 M William Madison DUNN

         Born: 16 January 1915 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: June 1984 - Macon County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Bertha Dozier Memorial Park Cemetery
       Spouse: Leta Ellen ALLIGOOD
         Marr: 1 September 1935 - Colquitt County, Georgia. (Divorced before 1950)
       Spouse: Nora NASH (living)
       Spouse: Elsie LANIER (living)


3 M Eugene Lamar DUNN

         Born: 8 March 1916 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 March 1917
       Buried: 



4 M Vander Eugene DUNN

         Born: 8 March 1917 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 March 1918 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 



5 M 1st Sgt Byver Edward DUNN, U.S.A, WWII, Korea, Vietnam 2177

         Born: 20 December 1918 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 September 1981 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried: 11 September 1981 - Riverdale Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
       Spouse: Virginia Irene GILMORE (living)
       Spouse: Ruth MARTIN (living)
       Spouse: SFC Francesca Irmanna Conceta BACCILI, WAC, WWII
         Marr: 11 November 1948 - Vienna, Austria. (Divorced before 1978)
       Spouse: Sidney Estelle TALLEY
         Marr: 14 April 1978 - Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama


6 F Mildred Alene DUNN 2535

         Born: 23 August 1921 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lincoln BARLOW 43
         Marr: 12 August 1939 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Marvin Sisroe DUNN

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Coolidge, 1212-Militia Dist, 1 Jan 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 280 Page: 217: Fm 138 138 DUNN Marvin Head R M W 28 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm; -- Etta Wife F W 35 M GA GA GA; -- [KENNEDY] Ethel* Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA; -- Ruby Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Buster Son M W 5 S GA GA GA; --Bantam [sic, Byver] Son M W 1 S GA GA GA; DANIELS Coy Cousin M W 39 Wd GA GA GA Laborer Farm; -- Marie Cousin F W 10 S GA GA GA; -- Ellaine Cousin F W 8 S GA GA GA. [*Ethel is the daughter of David Tilton KENNEDY and Mary Etta DANIELL.]

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3Z4C-MN2 : accessed 6 December 2014), Marvin C Dunn, Coolidge, District: 0014, Thomas, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0014, sheet 9B, family 174, line 92, film number 387, NARA microfilm publication T626, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002); FHL microfilm 2,340,122.
Marvin C Dunn Head M 38 GA GA GA
Mary Etta Dunn Wife F 44 GA GA GA
Ruby C Dunn Dau F 17 GA GA GA
William D Dunn Son M 15 GA GA GA
Byver E Dunn Son M 10 GA GA GA
Mildred A Dunn Dau F 8 GA GA GA

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7LZ-FZP : accessed 6 December 2014), Marvin Dunn, Militia District 1151, Colquitt, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 35-12, sheet 19B, family 35, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 660, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
Marvin Dunn Head M 49 GA Carpenter Bldg Const.
Mary E Dunn Wife F 56 GA
On 1 April 1935, this couple lived in Rural, Colquitt County.

Find A Grave Memorial# 94043737 lists Marvin's burial in Plot: Lane 2 West; Section 2, Block E2, Lot 40 (2 E2 40 2nd West), Westview Cemetery, Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia. The memorial lists his birth on Jan. 9, 1891 and his death on Apr. 12, 1948.
"As of Dec. 31, 2006, this plot (2 E2 40 2nd West) held 4 graves:
W Henry Daniel (1882-1942),
Hughie M Dunn (1952-1952),
Marvin S Dunn (1891-1948), and,
Mary E Daniel Dunn (1884-1961)."






General Notes: Wife - Mary Etta DANIELL

Mary Etta DANIELL, 13, daughter of William Lawrence DANIELL and Eliza Ann BAKER, is named in the 1900 census of Thomas County, Georgia. Family researcher, Jean Porter DANIELL lists her birth on 16 October 1884; the 1900 census lists in Oct 1886.

Mary Etta married first David Tilton Kennedy. After his death in May 1910, she married Marvin Sisroe Dunn.

Mary E D Dunn died 17 July 1961 in Colquitt County, Georgia at age 76. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V49W-3ZB : accessed 01 Dec 2014), Mary E D Dunn, 17 Jul 1961; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Colquitt, Georgia, certificate number 17756, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 94043782 lists Mary Etta's burial in Plot: Lane 2 West; Section 2, Block E2, Lot 40 (2 E2 40 2nd West), Westview Cemetery, Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia.
As of Dec. 31, 2006, this plot (2 E2 40 2nd West) held 4 graves: W Henry Daniel (1882-1942), Hughie M Dunn (1952-1952), Marvin S Dunn (1891-1948), and, Mary E Daniel Dunn (1884-1961).
Information from December 31, 2006 survey coordinated by the Morning Glory Garden Club of Moultrie, Georgia.
[mccls.org/Genealogy/Cemeteries/Westview%20by%20location.pdf]

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Lanneau GOLUCKE and Mary L. DANIELL




Husband Lanneau GOLUCKE

         Born: 26 December 1894 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 May 1927 - El Paso County, Texas
       Buried: 20 May 1927 - Evergreen Cemetry, El Paso County, Texas


       Father: Ed GOLUCKE
       Mother: Ida LAMINNE


     Marriage: Bef 1920



Wife Mary L. DANIELL 305,307,2315

         Born: 21 August 1894 - Pulaski County, Georgia 305
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 October 1974 - El Paso County, Texas 305
       Buried: 31 October 1974 - Restlawn Memorial Park, El Paso County, Texas 305


       Father: Elijah Leroy DANIELL (1855-1906) 304,305
       Mother: Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG (1867-1906) 305



 Other Spouse: Maurace W. BROOKS - Abt 1927

 Other Spouse: Ellis Mast PINKSTON, USA, WWII 305,1681 - Bef 1940 305


Children
1 F Rosemary GOLUCKE

         Born: 9 February 1920 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 December 2009 - Lee County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas Anderson HENRY, USAAF, WWII
         Marr: 29 November 1941 - El Paso County, Texas


2 M Lanneau Charles GOLUCKE, Sr.

         Born: 23 November 1922 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 March 1998 - El Paso County, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Allene Estelle DERRYBERRY
         Marr: 25 January 1947 - El Paso County, Texas. (Divorced on 1 March 1984)
       Spouse: Alicia RUIZ (living)



General Notes: Husband - Lanneau GOLUCKE

Lanneau Golucke, son of Ed Golucke and Ida Laminn, was born 26 December 1894 in Georgia, died 19 May 1927 in El Paso, El Paso County, Texas at age 32 years, 4 months, 23 days. He was buried on 20 May 1927 in Evergreen Cemetery. Lanneau was married and worked as a railway claims agent. He resided at 2715 N. San Marcial. Informant was Mrs. Mary Golucke. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JFTK-PB6 : accessed 06 Nov 2012), Lanneau Golucke, 19 May 1927; citing reference cn 16074, State Registrar Office, Austin, Texas.]


General Notes: Wife - Mary L. DANIELL

Mary Golucke DANIELL, daughter of Elijah Leroy DANIELL and Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG, was born 21 August 1894 in Bleckley County, Georgia. Her parents died in 1906.

Named as Mary L. DANIEL in the 1910 census, she and her brothers, William A. and Jesse D., live with their uncle and guardian, Hugh F. ARMSTRONG.
1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Pulaski County, Cary; Series: T624 Roll: 208 Page: 222:
44 44 ARMSTRONG Hugh F. M W 48 M1 20 GA NC GA Farmer General Farm; ...; DANIEL William A. Nephew M W 21 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Jesse D. Nephew M W 18 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Mary L. Niece F W 16 S GA GA GA.

Mary married Lanneau GOLUCKE before June 1915.
Mrs. L. GOLUCKE entertained Saturday evening in honor of her cousin, Miss Rubye Janette ARMSTRONG, of Cochran. Games were played, after which refreshments were served. Those present were Miss Clara Fann, Miss Elsie Hamlin, Miss Estelle Defore, Miss Ella Sheppard, Miss Christine Howard, Miss Annie Mae Hamlin, Mr. Brook Fann, Mr. Henry Pritchette, Mr. Williams, Mr. Pettiby. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Tuesday, June 1, 1915, Page Five.

Mary L. Daniell married first Lonneau Golucke by whom she had two children, Rosemary and Lonneau Charles. Lonneau died 19 May 1927. Mary married second Maurice W. Brooks before 1930 when they have three children in their home, Lema Brooks, age 3, and Mary's two children. She married third Ellis Mast Pinkston before 1940. Rosemary, 20, and Lanneau, 17, reside with them.

Mrs. Mary Golucke Tinkston [sic] of El Paso, Tex., has returned to her home after spending several weeks with Mrs. Nathan A. Wright of North Augusta. During her vist here she and Mrs. Wright visited in Richmond, Va., where they were guests of Mrs. Wright's daughter Mrs, G. T. Rhodes, and Mr. Rhodes. Mrs, Rhodes is the former Miss Gloria Wright. [The Augusta Chronicle,Sunday, September 25, 1960, Section: D, Page 7]

Mary died in El Paso County, Texas on 28 October 1974. Her death certificate states she was born in Cochran, Georgia, lists her parents, Elijah Leroy DANIELL and Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG. Her husband, Ellis M. PINKSTON provided the information for the certificate.

Mary is buried in Restlawn Cemetery, Garden of the Last Supper (Section I), Block 1, Lot 35, Space 4, El Paso County, Texas. Ellis is buried beside her.
PINKSTON Ellis M. 1904 1979
PINKSTON Mary G. 1894 1978
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/tx/elpaso/cemeteries/restlawn/restlawn-p.txt]

"PINKSTON, MARY 21 Aug 1894 Oct 1974 80 79930 (El Paso, El Paso, TX) (none specified)Texas 453-05-3161" [SSDI]
picture

Ellis Mast PINKSTON, USA, WWII and Mary L. DANIELL




Husband Ellis Mast PINKSTON, USA, WWII 305,1681

         Born: 11 October 1904 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 June 1979 - El Paso County, Texas
       Buried:  - Restlawn Memorial Park, El Paso County, Texas
     Marriage: Bef 1940 305



Wife Mary L. DANIELL 305,307,2315

         Born: 21 August 1894 - Pulaski County, Georgia 305
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 October 1974 - El Paso County, Texas 305
       Buried: 31 October 1974 - Restlawn Memorial Park, El Paso County, Texas 305


       Father: Elijah Leroy DANIELL (1855-1906) 304,305
       Mother: Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG (1867-1906) 305



 Other Spouse: Lanneau GOLUCKE - Bef 1920

 Other Spouse: Maurace W. BROOKS - Abt 1927


Children

General Notes: Husband - Ellis Mast PINKSTON, USA, WWII

Ellis M. PINKSTON Records:

"PINKSTON, Ethel Jean 8-2-1927 F Ida Mary SCHUBERT Ellis M. PINKSTON" [http://www.txgenweb3.org/txmclennan/Births/1927-2.txt]

"PINKSTON Billy Lou Ida SCHUBERT Ellis M. PINKSTON 8 19 1929 f HARRIS" [http://files.usgwarchives.net/tx/harris/vitals/births/1929/haris29h.txt]

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Bexar County, Ward 5, San Antonio; Series: T626 Roll: 2295 Page: 197: N. Alamo 721 81 108 PINKSTON Ellis Lodger M W 24 S TX TX TX Foreman Printing shop; -- R. E. Lodger M W 22 S TX TX TX Laborer Printing shop. [Brothers[?] residing in the household of C. E. and Lena H. ANDROWS (sic), ages 55 and 33.]

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K47C-LYL : accessed 06 Nov 2012), Ellis Pinkeston, Area C, El Paso, Justice Precinct 1, El Paso, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 256-69, sheet 63A, family 257, NARA digital publication T627, roll 4182:
Louisville St 35 23 257 R $35 PINKESTON Ellis M W 35 M Texas Printer Newspaper $1200
-- Mary wife F W 39 M Georgia P.B.X. Board Automobile $1100
GALUCKE[*sic, GO:LUCKE. RLD]] Rosa Mary stepdaughter F W 20 S Florida Stenographer Commercial credit $900
-- Lanneau stepson M W 17 S Florida
This family lived at the "Same place" on April 1, 1935.
[*Indexed as "GALVEKE" at FamilySearch .org.]

WWII Enlistment Record:
ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 38120639
NAME:PINKSTON ELLIS M
RESIDENCE: STATE TEXAS
RESIDENCE: COUNTY EL PASO
PLACE OF ENLISTMENT: FT BLISS EL PASO TEXAS
DATE OF ENLISTMENT: 07 May 1942
GRADE: Private
TERM OF ENLISTMENT: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL: Civil Life
NATIVITY: TEXAS
YEAR OF BIRTH: 04
RACE AND CITIZENSHIP: White, citizen
EDUCATION: 1 year of high school
CIVILIAN OCCUPATION: Skilled compositors and typesetters
MARITAL STATUS: Married
COMPONENT OF THE ARMY: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
CARD NUMBER #
BOX NUMBER 1291
FILM REEL NUMBER 6.57#
[http://aad.archives.gov/aad/record-detail.jsp?dt=893&rid=7126708]

Texas Death Record extracts: Ellis Mast Pinkston died 23 Jun 1979 in El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JVZL-WNB : accessed 06 Nov 2012), Ellis Mast Pinkston, 23 Jun 1979; citing Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin,Texas.]

Ellis M. PINKSTON is buried in Restlawn Cemetery, Garden of the Last Supper (Section I), Block 1, Lot 35, Space 3, El Paso County, Texas. Mary is buried beside him.
PINKSTON Ellis M. 1904 1979
PINKSTON Mary G. 1894 1978
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/tx/elpaso/cemeteries/restlawn/restlawn-p.txt]

"PINKSTON, E 19 Nov 1904 Jun 1979 74 79980 (El Paso, El Paso, TX) 79980 (El Paso, El Paso, TX) Texas 453-07-8517 [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Mary L. DANIELL

Mary Golucke DANIELL, daughter of Elijah Leroy DANIELL and Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG, was born 21 August 1894 in Bleckley County, Georgia. Her parents died in 1906.

Named as Mary L. DANIEL in the 1910 census, she and her brothers, William A. and Jesse D., live with their uncle and guardian, Hugh F. ARMSTRONG.
1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Pulaski County, Cary; Series: T624 Roll: 208 Page: 222:
44 44 ARMSTRONG Hugh F. M W 48 M1 20 GA NC GA Farmer General Farm; ...; DANIEL William A. Nephew M W 21 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Jesse D. Nephew M W 18 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Mary L. Niece F W 16 S GA GA GA.

Mary married Lanneau GOLUCKE before June 1915.
Mrs. L. GOLUCKE entertained Saturday evening in honor of her cousin, Miss Rubye Janette ARMSTRONG, of Cochran. Games were played, after which refreshments were served. Those present were Miss Clara Fann, Miss Elsie Hamlin, Miss Estelle Defore, Miss Ella Sheppard, Miss Christine Howard, Miss Annie Mae Hamlin, Mr. Brook Fann, Mr. Henry Pritchette, Mr. Williams, Mr. Pettiby. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Tuesday, June 1, 1915, Page Five.

Mary L. Daniell married first Lonneau Golucke by whom she had two children, Rosemary and Lonneau Charles. Lonneau died 19 May 1927. Mary married second Maurice W. Brooks before 1930 when they have three children in their home, Lema Brooks, age 3, and Mary's two children. She married third Ellis Mast Pinkston before 1940. Rosemary, 20, and Lanneau, 17, reside with them.

Mrs. Mary Golucke Tinkston [sic] of El Paso, Tex., has returned to her home after spending several weeks with Mrs. Nathan A. Wright of North Augusta. During her vist here she and Mrs. Wright visited in Richmond, Va., where they were guests of Mrs. Wright's daughter Mrs, G. T. Rhodes, and Mr. Rhodes. Mrs, Rhodes is the former Miss Gloria Wright. [The Augusta Chronicle,Sunday, September 25, 1960, Section: D, Page 7]

Mary died in El Paso County, Texas on 28 October 1974. Her death certificate states she was born in Cochran, Georgia, lists her parents, Elijah Leroy DANIELL and Sallie Louisa ARMSTRONG. Her husband, Ellis M. PINKSTON provided the information for the certificate.

Mary is buried in Restlawn Cemetery, Garden of the Last Supper (Section I), Block 1, Lot 35, Space 4, El Paso County, Texas. Ellis is buried beside her.
PINKSTON Ellis M. 1904 1979
PINKSTON Mary G. 1894 1978
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/tx/elpaso/cemeteries/restlawn/restlawn-p.txt]

"PINKSTON, MARY 21 Aug 1894 Oct 1974 80 79930 (El Paso, El Paso, TX) (none specified)Texas 453-05-3161" [SSDI]
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Unknown HOLLAMAN and Mary Magdeline DANIELL




Husband Unknown HOLLAMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Magdeline DANIELL

          AKA: Mary DANIELS 3148
         Born: 1920 3147
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         Died: 1996
       Buried:  - Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: George William DANIELL (1896-1961) 815,2480
       Mother: Mamie KENNEDY (Abt 1900-      ) 2480




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General Notes: Wife - Mary Magdeline DANIELL

Mary Magdeline DANIELL was a daughter of George William DANIELL and Mamie KENNEDY. Family accounts list her birth in 1920 and death in 1996 and say she married a HOLLAMAN.

Mary DANIELS, deceased, is named as a sister of William Kenneth DANIELS in his 24 September 2009 obituary. William Kenneth was buried in Palmetto Cemetery, Brunswick, Georgia.

The burial of a Mary DANIELL born 1921 and died Jan. 29, 1998 is recorded in Palmetto Cemetery on Find A Grave Memorial# 35492216 created by David Woody on Apr 03, 2009. The memorial states "NO MARKER AVAILABLE." [Note: According to Cheryl, the cemetery records keeper, Mary was cremated and her ashes buried by the back fence of the cemetery. The exact location is not recorded. 5 Oct 2010, RLD]
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Oscar Pierce McCRAY and Mary Verta DANIELL




Husband Oscar Pierce McCRAY 43

         Born: 28 March 1913 43
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         Died: 24 June 1982 - Florida 43
       Buried: 14 August 2000 - Reburied: Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
     Marriage: 12 April 1936 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Mary Verta DANIELL 2319

         Born: 10 October 1916 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 31 July 2010 - Mitchell County, Georgia
       Buried: 3 August 2010 - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Joseph Lee DANIELL (1887-1963) 815,2319,2322
       Mother: Mattie C. SHIVER (1894-1965) 2319,2322




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1 M Ronald Pierce McCRAY 4044

         Born: 13 June 1943 - Thomas County, Georgia 4044
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         Died: 5 September 2009 - Thomas County, Georgia 4044
       Buried: 7 September 2009 - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth MULLIS 4044
         Marr: 17 April 1965 - Duval County, Florida 4044



General Notes: Husband - Oscar Pierce McCRAY

OSCAR MCCRAY 28 Mar 1913 Jun 1982 31792 (Thomasville, Thomas, GA ) (none specified) 255-10-6545 Georgia. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Verta DANIELL

Obituary: Verta Daniell McCray
October 10, 1916 - July 31, 2010
Funeral Services for Verta Daniell McCray of Thomasville will be held at 11 am Tuesday August 3rd at the Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church where she was a longtime member and also former church clerk for several years. Elder Terry Barnard will officiate and interment will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Active Pallbearers will be Brandon Kent, Stanley Daniell, Jonathan Daniell, Charlie Daniell, Joseph Daniell and Guyber Mendes. Honorary Pallbearers will be nephews. Mrs. McCray died Saturday, July 31, 2010 at the Mitchell County Hospital in Camilla, GA. Born October 10, 1916 she was a daughter of the late Joseph Lee and Mattie Shiver Daniell. She was a homemaker and received her education in the Thomasville Public Schools. She will always be remembered for her card ministry. In addition to her parents Mrs. McCray was preceded in death by a son Ronald (Ronnie) McCray, brothers Charles L. Daniell, Julian K. Daniell, Joseph L. Daniell, Lowell Thomas Daniell and a sister Myrtle Daniell Arnold. She is survived by a granddaughter and her husband Rhonda and David Jackson, great-grandchildren; Brandon and Noelle Kent all of Thomasville and a brother Lee R. Daniell and wife Lorine of Blackshear, GA. 2 sisters-in-law Ouida R. Daniell of Thomasville and Frances L. Daniell of Macon. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church, 502 N. Pinetree Blvd. Thomasville, GA 31792 or to the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave. FL17, Chicago, IL 60601 . The family will receive friends Monday from 6-8 pm at the funeral home.
[http://www.whiddonshiverfuneralhome.com/sitemaker/sites/Whiddo1/obit.cgi?user=233837McCray#]

Thomasville Primitive Baptist Church listed those who gave memorials in lieu of flowers as: Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Daniell, Mrs. Jean Deal, Frances Daniell, Stanley & Tammy Daniell, Saundra & Steve Johnson, Brian Daniell, and David & Rhonda Jackson.
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Andrew Thomas HURT and Megan Elizabeth DANIELL




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Wife Megan Elizabeth DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Dr. James Franklin DANIELL, Jr., MD
       Mother: Cassandra Burke DOWELL




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Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478


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