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Now that Payne and others have decided how Ann Jones fits into the Daniel family, I am trying to straighten out some of my Daniel family records. While doing this, I decided to verify some info that I had in my files with the census records. You know how one thing always leads to another. Well, I found a Joseph Daniel listed in the 1820 census for Warren County, Georgia on page 275 (image 27). Listed on this same page are James Rogers, Sr., Richard Swain, Susanna Swain, and Peter Randle. Does anyone know who this Joseph Daniel is?
Now, I think I have these Swains pinpointed. From what I could figure they were related to Stephen Swain, (father of James Swain, who married Elizabeth Smithwick) through his son Richard (b. 1706, married Ann Charlton). Richard had a son, Job Swain, b. 20 Feb 1747 in Bertie Co., NC, who married Susanna Smith and about 1801 migrated to Warren County, GA with their six children. Job died 12 Feb 1819, thus his widow appears on the 1820 census right next to her son, Richard (b. 4 Jun 1794).
I still cannot determine to which family this Joseph Daniel belongs. I lean towards the Simon Daniel/Elizabeth Rogers line, because their son Robert Daniel married Mary Swain (daughter of James Swain and Elizabeth Smithwick). But then I see this Peter Randle and think well maybe we could be talking the Coleman/Daniel line. I just do not know! Can anyone shed some light on this?
I am looking for information about George Daniel(s) who married Rachel Black
in Marion County, Illinois. They are both buried in Iuka Cemetery there.
George was the son of Samuel Daniel and was born in Ohio, moved to Indiana
and to Illinois in adulthood.
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Subject: Re: [DANIEL-L] Joseph Daniel of South Carolina
Shouldn't Thomas of IOW be father of Owen who was father of Thomas of
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OK gang, my last inquiry dissipated like ripples in a pond, but since we need some encouragement, take a shot at this!
Joseph DANIEL, died 1825. He married Jane SIMMONS and she was born 18 Jan 1782, and died 31 Mar 1855 in York County, South Carolina.
They had three children: John Joseph, Holloway WE., and William Simmons Daniel.
To whom do they belong? Payne
If anyone is interested, we have taken a position on Ann Jones of St. Clement Dane, England, the mother of Thomas Daniel of Isle of Wight, Va., the father of Thomas Daniel of Tyrrell Co., NC. It is apparent from the records that she did not marry John Daniel the father of Thomas, but was just his companion, consort or whatever you prefer. We have copies of the original wills for John Daniel, Ann Jones, and Thomas Daniel the father of Owen Daniel etc.
Please feel free to share your comments and suggestions, constructively of course.
A noted inventor was heard to say, "my last brain storm turned into a drizzle", he could have been a genealogist?