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Posted by: j schlicker (ID *****8330) Date: May 04, 2003 at 20:28:34
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taken from a family file at Seymour IN
entitled the Ancestry and Descendants of David Prince Tuell and Charlotte Elizabeth Miller Including their Kinship with the allied families of Prince, Short-Stover, Miller, Applegate, Daily, Wise by Lois Ione Hotchkiss Huess
387 Dorchester road,Akron, OH 44320, present address 925 new garden road, apt 215, Greensboro, NC 27410

sticker inside says presented by Mr. and Mrs. Milton e Tuell 1828 west 18th #1301 Wichita, KS 67203 and Eunice Sterling chapt of NSDAR, Wichita KS

It is a typed ms. The Daily Family page 82
The Wise Famlly page 85

from which I will quote
The Daily Family
Phillip Daily (dailey) was a Revolutionary War Soldier and ser4ved as private in the 3rd MD regiment und Capt. Horation Cleggett, commanded by Co. Nathan Ramsey Feb. 1778. He was the son of Charles and Eleanor (Temple) Daily of Washington Co PA, but formerly of MD. The will of Charles Daily probated 12 Aug 1783 in Washington Co PA named his 6 sons Phillip, Charles,Jr,.Samuel, Nathan, George and John. Following the death of Charles, his widow and at least 3 of his sons migrated with other families to Louisville, KY. Records of that city show Charles jr, Phillip and John living there in 1789. Philip always said he was named after his grandfather Phillip and records are obtainable of Philip Daily owning land in Washington co PA where he, too had migrated. The marriage of Phillip and Mary Wise was nor recorded in Louisville un 2 Feb 1786, a clerical delay that was often the case at this early date. Following their marrriage, they lived at Fort Beargrass in Louisville before moving to Charleston IN. Here they acquired much land and became prosperous. On 1 Jan 1790 under land patents between John Clark of jefferson assignee of George Rogers Clark and Philip Daily of Illinois Grant sold to philip daily land n.w. side of OH to officers of ILL Regiment. 250 acres

Phillip and Mary wise daily are buried in Cemetary '74 in the Dupont area of the pwder plant of about 2500 acres in Clark Co IN. It is erronously called '54 on the map. the cemetary was named after section 74 of the Illinois Grant and is on land priginally owed by Phillip Daily. this land grant deed was signed by President James Madison in 1816. When I visited the cemetary to search for the graves, I could go about only under guard. I was jubilant to find the graves of Philip and Mary. They are marked with a single , very tall and beautiflul monument. One side reads
Philip Daily son
born in Pennsylvania Emigrated
to Ind. in 1796 and died
in the 69th year of his age

Mary Ann Wise Daily
born in Fredericksburg Maryland
married in Bullitt co KY and died
in the 22th year of her age

the other side reads
Philip consort of Mary A Daily
bor about 1762
died march 14, 1830

Mary a
wife of Phillip daily
born in the year 1769 died Dec 26, 1845

children of Phillip and Mary Ann (Wise) Daily

Eleanor b 5 Apr 1785 d 5 Apr 1855
m @ 1800 Hezehiah Applegate, see the Applegate family tree

Catherine called Kitte d. by 1855
m 14 June 1809 Joseph Mallotte. Joseph was murdered by a man named Irwin who was tried and cleared , or let go agter being branded on his forehead with a WM standing for willful muder on 8 Oct 1814 Catherie m. Samuel Carr

Jacob d. jun 1832
Jacob served in the War of 1812.m. @ 1810 Ibie Praim. M. 13 Aug 1818 Isabel Barker

Elizabeth living in 1830. m. 29 Oct 18185 Daniel Fields who d. 7 Jun 1836

Charles b 1756 died in infancy

David Wise b. 16 Aug 1798 d 29 Aug 1878
m. 30 Aug 1818 at the old stone house to Mary Ann Shirley b in Charleston Twp. sered as Sherrif under John F. Ross. From the History of the Ohio Falls, Hon. David Wise Daily. The father of David W. Daily removed from KY to IN in 1796 near Charleston. David W Daily b 16 Aug 1798 in a log house where father lived on old homestead. In 1801 father built a new house, first hewed house in this portion of southern In. David W m. Mary A Shirley, daut of a pioneeer who lived near father's place pn Aug 1818, died 1878, funeral being 60th anniversary of his wedded life. He was the father of 11 children all of whom lived to be grown. First white child born in Clark Co.

Phillip , jr will probated 3 May 1839 m. 8 Oct 1819 Delilah Athon. Buried on the State Road leading to Madison In. His brother,David Wise Daily. wanted him buried at cemetary, '74. When David Wise sent for the remains, he found the grave had been disturbed by medical students and the head of the body was gone. however it was later recovered by david wise.

Mary Ann Wise b 1806
m. 13 Dec 1822 Edward David Huckleberry b 1804

Eli W b 1807 m Farina Parks m 29 Apr 1836 in Jackson co IN Mary Ann Tuell

Charlotte Temple b 10 Aopr 1809 m 21 May 1829 James A Boyer b 1808 d 1896 Charlotte stated in the 1880 census that her father was b in PA and her mother in GER.

page 85 the Wise family

In the jefferson co Ky court house is the followinf marriage bond:
Phillip Daily to Mary Wise, Bondsman Vallentine Weis s(igned) in g(erman) 2-2-1786. David L. James, Judge of Charleston City Court, of Clark Co IN great, great grandson of Philip and Mry wise daily shared many daily-wise fammily rcords with me many years ago.

Mary wise's mother was Katie Franz and her father valentine wize. they were married in Washington DC , then a fort. Katie Franz wise lived to be nearly 100 years old and is buried in 74 graveyard on what was the daily land, clark co. valentine wise is buried in KY between Middleburg KY and Charleston IN. Valentine and Katie franz wise's children were Jacob, David and Mary
Mary Wise was 12 years old when the family moved from MD.She remembered it well and often told Grandma Mary Shirley Daily all about it. She said her father owned a large farm and the king of England sent his men over and theytook all the stock save one cow. They destroyed everything they could lay their hands on, and then left. They returned, however, in a short time and dug up holes all over the land; in explanation they said they were looking for gold. Some of the holes were large enough to bury a house in. On this trip the men killed the soil for the family. they concluded it was useless for them to remain there any longer as everything they would make , the king would send and get.
Valentine Wise was a man of good education and had a fine mind. He possessed a number of fine large old books, which was rare in those days. People refered to these books as "whole chests of bookds." Mary Wise's famly lived in MD, PA, VA and KY. Mary wise's mother, Katie Franz was born on the Gernan side of the Rhine. In the Hall of Records at Annapolis Md, under baptisms of Frederick Co Md, is that of Valentine Weisz 8 Nov 1854, son of Daniel and and Margaret ( ) Weisz. Peter another son of Daniel and Margaret ( ) Weisz was baptized 2 Mar 1758. There may have been other children. At the request of Valentine wise, a deed was recorded 19 aug 1797. I must share another specific tradition give me by Grandmother Charlotte. She always claimed that Eleanor Daily's mother was a Wise from Powell's valley, VA and a niece of the Governor Wise of that state. however, the records of Governor Wiseshow no niece by that name. In lieu of the aformentiond date, the marriage bond of Philip daily to mary wise showing valentine wise wies her father as German, his birth record in the Md Hall of Records, the tombstone inscription of mary wise, and census records showing mary wise to be german, I fell that grandmother may have been mistaken. In defense of grandmothers memory, I have otherwise always been able to bring her stories into relation with historical facts.
I must also impart a perplixing entry in the records of Judge David L James. Mary Shirley ( born 1798-died 1897), wife of David Wise Daily, sr and daughter in law of Philip and Mary Wise daily sted in her later years that HER grandmother was Datie Franz of Pris, France. To clarify this, Mary Shirley claimed her husband's grandmother was hers. I would be well to use this last piece of information with caution


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