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Re: Robert Daniell's will 1646-1718 +++l
Posted by: John R. Clarke Date: August 30, 2001 at 18:28:17
In Reply to: Robert Daniell's will 1646-1718 +++l by Frances Daniell Hough of 587

Hi -
I would like to see the John DANIEL will you mentioned very much but not because it may relate to John DANIELL, Jr.
This is because this will cannot be John DANIELL, Jr. According to my information he did not die until 1812 in Charleston, SC. He also lived in Chatham County, NC, according to my information.


From Chatham County, NC Deed Books:
4-112=P3-234-236 -- Jan 1770 Robert Daniell, George Daniel, & Stephen Bedon Daniell, of Brunswick Co., NC, appoint their brother, John Daniell, now in Charleston, SC, their attorney, with authority to sell 500a, called Withswood. Wit: Thomas Gallaway, William Ellery, John Gallaway. Before John Troup, J.P., on 17 Feb 1770. Recd 17 Mar 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register.

4-111=P3-224-233 14 & 16 Feb 1770 John Daniell, gentleman, formerly of Brunswick Co., NC, now of Charleston, SC, to Robert Quash the younger, planter, of St. Thomas Parish, for 6500 currency, 500a in St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley Co., bounding SW on Benjamin Wigfall (formerly Lewis Mouzon); SE on John Simmons (formerly vacant); NW & NE on Elias Wigfall; granted by the Lords Proprs. on 14 Apr 1710 to Peter Cottinean (Perre Coutonnau). Wit: Elias Vanderhorst, Joseph Elliott. Before John Troup, J.P. Recd 16 Mar 1770 by Henry Rugeley, Dep. Register. Plat certified 16 Feb 1709/10 by Robert Broughton, Sur. Gen., made at request of Gov. (Sir) Nathaniel Johnston. John Daniell, gentleman, & Sarah Daniell, widow, both of Brunswick Co., NC, give Robert Quash, Jr., bond of performance.
Also, as you will see from the following -- he was alive and kicking in 1794. <grin>

CHATHAM CO., NC. DEED BOOK G, pp. 305-306, 26 January 1794: George Williams purchased 74 acres of land from Henry Kelly for thirty seven pounds.

". . . . on the waters of Newhope on both sides of the Indian Branch begining at a post Oak in Gray Barbees line thence runing East forty four two third poles to a pine in said Barbees line thence South two hundred and sixty five poles to a pine on the south side of Indian Branch thence West forty four and two third poles to red oak thence North two hundred sixty five poles to the first Station containing seventy four acres to be the same more or less. . ." Signed: Henry (K his mark) Kelly
In presence of us: John Daniel Junr., Jos. Pitts, and William Gregory
Recorded August Sessions 1794

I am also cery curious about the Robert QUASH listed in this 1770 deed. Is it a translation error or the name of his wife's brother? My bet is that is Ann's brother or father, especially knowing how they played Monopoly with a lot of their proeprty. <grin>


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