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Re: William Daniell 1743 Will
Posted by: Veronica Daniels (ID *****6204) Date: July 21, 2009 at 03:12:41
In Reply to: William Daniell 1743 Will by Roberta Kazakoff of 586

Hi Roberta!

I have not seen a copy of his Will, but have not needed it to confrim his children's names, etc. There are other sources available such as Family Bibles that identify all of his children and their birth dates and death dates, etc. in most cases. I want to see his will because it is an important historical record and I might learn some more from it, but you don't need it to connect with his children.

My ancestoral line was George Daniell and Martha Hannah Brantley (?), who immigrated to Texas circa 1838 just before his next son William Isaac, also my ancestor, was born in late 1838 in Gonzales County area. George was the founder of the San Marcos Primitive Baptist Church near Luling, TX as well as some other churches in the area. George Daniell's father was Nathaniel C. Daniell, son of the William Daniell you are referring to and Rachel Greenbury Howe. Nathaniel was an older brother of George Daniell, their youngest child. According to my information, George was born 17 Sep 1783 and died 28 Dec 1855 in Texas. He married Ellen Barber ca 1803. I was born and raised in Texas and currently live in Houston. I would be happy to exchange information with you.

Veronica Daniels

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