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Re: Daniell Family Bible?
Posted by: P. Miller (ID *****4188) Date: August 06, 2005 at 16:25:00
In Reply to: Re: Daniell Family Bible? by Tracy Hall of 587

Hi, Tracy,

My very quick notes from:
LDS film #1906926 NC Hillsborough District Probate [=estate papers] Note the Apr 1783 date for a better fix on George's death. While I don't have a note that says Margaret is the widow, it all looks pretty standard to be such. I will actually be looking at this film again next week, will check it more carefully and post fuller info:

-George Daniel of Bladen, admx Margaret Daniel and admr Stephen Daniel. Papers start 1 Apr 1783.
-Papers regarding goods and chattels in Chatham co (11 Apr 1786).
-Notice to sheriff of Chatham 11 Apr 1786, regarding stuff James Stewart recovered against est of George Daniel
-1 Apr 1783 summons to sherriff of Bladen to bring Margaret Daniel and Stephen Daniel admrs to Hillsborough Superior Court to answer to suit of James Stewart.

Regarding the birthplace of George, I don't think his parents ever got beyond New Hanover/Brunswick area of NC, especially in the time frame of George's birth. George came of age in Brunswick as shown on the tax lists there. His interests in Chatham are possibly because of his brother William who moved there for a while. Below are SC Charleston Deeds locating George's parents in 1739, 1741 and 1746/7. (You can see all the Charleston deeds for Daniell on my site at ).

2-6=V-113 21 & 22 Mar 1739 John Daniell, planter, & Sarah his wife, of Parish of St. Thomas & St. Dennis, Berkeley Co., to Elizabeth Jenys, widow, of Charleston, for 6000 currency, 700a known as Thomas's Island or Daniell's Island, whereon John & Sarah dwell, bounding S & W on William Trewin & Charles Codner (formerly Mrs. Sarah Daniel & Richard Codner); N & W on Isaac Lesesne & the creek back of the island; E on Wando River. Date of redemption: 22 Mar 1740. Wit: Thomas Jenys, Charles Pinckney. Before John Dart, J.P. Robert Austin, Register.

3-225=B3-233 20 Dec 1758 same deed of partition; [snip] 1 lot (marked A) between Noah Sere & the blue house; bounding E 28 ft. 3 in. on Bay; S 210 ft. on Mrs. Sarah Blakeway; W on John Simons; N on Joseph Wragg; as purchased from John Daniel & Sarah his wife on 7 & 8 Oct 1741; [snip].

2-192=FF-222 17 & 18 Mar 1746 George Logan, gentleman, of Cape Fear, NC, to Lionel Chalmers, surgeon, of Berkeley Co., as security on above bond (p221); 620a in Berkeley Co., on E side Wando River, bounding E on Lionel Chalmers; S on Col. Thomas Lynch. Wit: Sarah Daniell, John Daniell. Before William Forbes, J.P. for New Hanover Co. William Hopton, Register. On 11 Jan 1754 Lionel Chalmers declared mortgage paid in full. Wit: William Hopton.

2-286=MM-265 27 & 28 Mar --[see next for year] John Daniell, gentleman, of New Hanover Co., NC & Sarah his wife, to George Logan & Lionel Chalmers, of Berkeley Co., executors of estate Martha Logan in trust for Martha Logan, [snip] Memo: It is hereby provided that John Daniell grants no other right or title than he stands invested with by deed dated 18 Feb 1736 given him by his mother Martha Logan. Before William Forbes, J.P. of New Hanover Co., NC. William Hopton, Register.
2-286=MM-270 28 Mar 1747 John Daniell to George Logan & Lionel Chalmers, executors, in trust for Martha Logan, to estate of her mother, Martha Logan; a full discharge as executors. Wit: Henry Shaw, William Hopton. Before Robert Austin, J.P. William Hopton, Register.

Pam in CA

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