Hi Frances, John, and all,
Here are some SC marriage records sources to show the Quince marriage among others.
_Marriage Notices in the SC Gazette and its Successors 1732-1801_ by A. S. Salley Jr
[Iíve put in date order]
Sat 24 Jan 1735/6 And yesterday John Daniel Esq. was married to Miss Sarah Raven, a young lady of great merit and fortune.
Sat 14 Nov 1761 Adam Daniel married Anne Blake, their only child Frances Daniel married Wm Scott, announced 25 Nov 1784. [See below these notes for "different" information about this man's marriage, something's awry here]
Sat 14 May 1763 John Daniell, Esq, captain in Col. Burton's regiment, who was on the last expedition against the Cherokees, was married at Litchfield, in Feb last, to Miss Fenton, grand-dau to the late William Wedgwood of Haracles, in Staffordshire, Esq., whose estate she inherits to the amount of £30000 sterl.
Mon 24 Oct 1768 On the 4th instant arrived, at Brunswick, the Snow Peggy, Capt. Pollock, with 175 passengers from Glasgow. Lately married there: Mr. John Daniel to Miss Anne Quince, d/o Richard Quince, Esq., an eminent merchant there....
Mon 5 May 1777 The following marrs were solemnized here last week: ...Mr. Jonathan Lawrence and Miss Elizabeth Daniel, d/o Mr. Robert Daniel.
Columbia SC letter of May 19, in Supplement to Mon 8 Jun 1795. On Thurs the 21st instant, Dr. Robert Hendrick to the amiable Miss Polly Daniel, both of this town.
_Marriage Notices in SC and American General Gazette 1766-1781 and its Successor the Royal Gazette 1781-1782_ by A. S. Salley Jr 1914
Thurs 8 May 1777 Mr. Jonathan Lawrence to Miss Sarah Daniel, d/o Robert Daniel Esq.
Thur 30 Apr 1778 Mr. George Barksdale of Christ Church Parish to Miss Mary Daniel d/o the decd John Daniel Esq.
_SC Marrs 1749-1853 Implied in SC Marr Settlements_ by Barbara R. Langdon
Frances Daniel (d/o Adam Daniell) married William Scott Junr (of Charleston), lvg 1784. Vol.1 pp19-31
_Old Southern Bible Recds_ by Memory Aldridge Lester 1974
p. 329 John Wells bible:
Reuben Daniel md. 12 Dec 1781 Elizabeth Harrison
Isham Harrison md. 20 Jun 1783 in Granville Co., NC to Amey Gilliam. Bible owned by Mrs. J. R. Jester, Columbia, SC, dau of Mrs. Sallie M. Perry, dau of Sarah Mannering Wells [she's named in records]. This family resided in Spartanburg co SC in the Woodruff area.
The SC Charleston land records show the following info for a marriage of Adam Daniel:
Book D3-748: 26 & 27 1765 William Donning, planter, of St. George Parish, Dorchester, Berkeley co., to Daniel Doyley, of Charleston, for £6000 currency, 1400a in said Parish, being the remaining part of 2400a after allotting 1000a to Francis Daniel, an infant; the 1400a bounding SE on Daniel Blake & said Francis Daniel; SW on Samuel Hamlin & Co. Richard Bedon; NW on Thomas Broughton (now Benjamin Coachman) & heirs of Mr. Somner; NE on Mr. Waring. Whereas Frances Donning, widow, mother of William, owned about 2400a in St. George Parish known as The Ponds of Weston Hall, on which she lived for many years before her death, & by her will in 1752 devised the land to her son, William, & her daughter, Frances, since dead (Frances receiving 1000a called The Ponds; William the remainder); & whereas Frances, the daughter, married Adam Daniel, Esq., of said parish, & had 1 daughter, Frances, now an infant; & whereas William had asked for & has been granted a partition of the property; the SE part (or 1000a) being allotted to Frances Daniel, the infant; now William sells his share to Doyley. Wit: James Sanders, John Calvert. Before George Johnston, J.P. Recd 2 Sep 1865 [sic] by Fenwicke Bull, Register. Plat shows: Nathaniel Bradwell, D.S., & John De Girardeau, D.S., at request of Miles Brewton, Adam Daniel & Daniel Doyley, resurveyed lands granted....[long description follows]
I believe the land deed info carries more legitimacy in terms of who is the mother of Frances Daniel (daughter of Adam). So the way I see it is:
Ann Blake of the marriage notices above is a second wife and not the mother of Frances. The land deed shows her mom to be Frances Donning (sister of William in the deed). But the Blakes were neighbors to the Daniels and Adam married with them after the birth of his daughter Frances and the death of his 1st wife Frances. Nothing to me suggests that Ann and Frances are the same person with different surnames due to other marriages.
Gotta go quick, regards,
Pam in CA
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