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----- Original Message -----
From: "Heathermae Jackson" <heathermj(a)mindspring.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2001 06:55 AM
Subject: [BUTLER-L] Important Regarding GenForum
> Hi everyone. this came as a message from the listowner for the Rockingham,
New Hamspshire list that I belong to. I thought everyone ought to see what
is going on. Mr. Marston has asked that we send this along to the lists we
belong to so I am doing so. Please read the whole message to see what is
going on. I think at the very least we ought to take it as a warning and a
reminder that not all we find is correct information and just use it as a
tool to look further.
> Lee Neilsen in Eastern Utah
> Dick Marston wrote:
> I have naively included a link to GenForum for those wishing to post
> and respond to Rockingham and Marston surname queries. Furthermore,
> I have innocently posted several responses on those forums. Today, I
> have amended the link on Rockingham's Queries Index Page to read as
> **If you want still another place to search and post, try the Rockingham
> County message board on [ genforum.genealogy.com/nh/rockingham/ ]
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> I am SO angry I could spit!! Until I started checking up on this fiasco
> about my father's pedigree, I had NO clue that Genealogy.com was
> doing this. I want to declare WAR! I can't get through to their leaders,
> but I sure would like to get through to their potential customers and
> unwitting voluntary contributors.
> Please feel free to copy and paste [or send] this warning wherever,
> or to whomever, you think might do the most good. You may post it as
> your own message or as a quote from me, whichever you prefer. Your help
> will be greatly appreciated.
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Don, Laura, Stacey......,
I also have a Benjamin F. Daniel b. Nov. 12 1871.
Son of Isaac H.A. Daniel and wife Margret Butler (d. Elsie,Magoffin KY.).
Grandson of Reuben Daniel. Reuben also had a brother named
Isaac H. Andrew Daniel.
Hello Ruth and everyone,
I have a copy of that 1850 census record the date for "wife" sure looks like
25. I have a friend going to check the book in Monroe County Courthouse.
It might be there, but with the fires it may not be. The marriage record
would sure be nice to make sure of the year.
LDS is showing 1835 as the year of marriage also.
I wish my Thomas would have gone to ARK, or someplace that would have showed
signs of his fathers name! Instead he just moved from Conecuh Cty to Monroe
Cty and stayed there.
If we can get a copy of the org. marriage record I will let everyone know.
I believe that Alexander Daniel - might really be named "Stephen Alexander
Daniel." He lived within several residents of my James DANIEL and Lydia
DAVIS in Monroe Co., AL - and came to Monroe Co. about the same time as my
James DANIEL. I'm not sure about the name "Stephen" but, I'm willing to
guess that Alexander was a middle name - and not his first name.
One of the other reasons I beleive that Alexander Daniel is a relative of my
James Daniel is - after the Civil War some of my Daniel's went to Brazil and
others went to TX and to Union Co., ARK. Some of my Daniel/Murphy families
married Lofetin's there.
The only piece of evidence that I have to prove that Alexander and Sirena
were man and wife - they appear in the book "Marriages of Monroe and Conecuh
Co." which read: Daniel, Alexander and Serena Leoftin - married 4-2-1835.
It was witnessed by Alexander Lambert, and performed by J. H. Strobel, MG.
So, the census that states that she was 25 in 1850 must be wrong. (I have
that census (which came off the internet). Does anyone have a "Every Name"
census Index for Al in 1850 or 1860? Sure would appreciate this one being
I believe that we will find that your Thomas and my James were some sort of
relative to each other. But, since I can't find a direct link - I'm
researching those family members in Ark - which seems to go back to GA and SC
I think that John might have something with the family of Lucertia Bell and
William Daniel. Do we know if William had any siblings??
Ruth in Portland, OR
Does anyone happen to know this family? Who was Alexander and where he
might have been from in GA? Per LDS records he married Sirena Loftin in
1835...but if this is that Sirena she would have been 10 years old. Perhaps
this Sirena is his daughter?
Please let me know if you happen to know this family.
1850 Mornoe County, Alabama Census Records
12 362 362 Daniel Alexander 51 M Farmer
13 362 362 Daniel Sirena 25 F
14 362 362 Daniel Mary 18 F
15 362 362 Daniel Sarah 8 F
16 362 362 Daniel Nancy 6 F
17 362 362 Daniel James 4 M
Hello Daniel List:
Might I make a suggestion to everyone wanting information from the book
" Daniel Families of the Southern States" that instead of requesting
this information on the list, that we try to get the book reprinted. I
would certainly like to have the two volume set. This book (both
volumes is carried on line at Genealogylibrary.com).
Irene Jackson of GA
Are you by chance researching any of the Beagle families of Campbell
County, KY in the early 1800's?
At 06:02 PM 03/23/01 -0800, you wrote:
>Would you please send me a copy of "The Daniel Families of the South".
>Thank you, for your kind offer.
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Mary Jane Rouse Kuntschik
Would you add me to the list requesting a copy of the book? THANKS
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Ill take those unrelated ones!! I think they may be my Brick wall!!Please
send me what you have on that FITZPATRICK /DANIEL Connection..Newport,
Covington etc. (Campbell County) KY is where Im having the hardest time
searching.. Grandpa James B. DANIEL married Grace Margaret FITZPATRICK, but
also had a son (my Daddy) with her Sister , Edna Mae(May)FITZPATRICK
Thank You soooo Much
Ahwen'sa Unaliyi (We are all Related)
From: "Mike Slaughter, Midwest Engraving" <midwest(a)duo-county.com>
Subject: [DANIEL-L] Isaac Daniel, b. abt 1815
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 11:58:32 -0600
In linking all the Northern Kentucky Daniel(s), I have a couple
who are unrelated to the rest.
One is an Isaac Daniel, who appears in the City of Newport,
Campbell Co., KY in the 1850 census in family 254, Edward
Fitzpatrick. There are several professional men living with the
Fitzpatricks. Isaac is shown as age 35, male, white, printer, born
Hope this helps someone.
--Sheryl Neal Slaughter
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