This information is a long shot but it may provide a clue. There was a
Littleton Daniel that migrated from NC to Washington Co., GA in 1820 and
Coweta Co., GA in 1830. He died in Heard Co., GA in 1835. I do not have
Moses listed as a son but it is possible. Littleton Daniel (wife Elizabeth
Hinds) was the son of Isham Daniel and Elvira Littleton. There is a
relationship between this family line and my Joseph H. Daniel (kit # 46994)
of NC & Marion Co., Ga that I have been unable to find. Contact me and I
will pass along the info I have on Littleton. Patsy
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wes Daniel" <wessdaniel(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2011 01:12 PM
Subject: [DANIEL] Moses Daniel, b. 1819 GA > AL > FL
Looking for parents and siblings of Moses “Squire” Daniel, born 1819 in
Georgia. Nothing is known of his parents, except that than they were both
born in Georgia. Moses moved west to Barbour County, Alabama, likely
without his parents and probably around 1837 when he was 18 years old.
Little is known about Moses until he was living in Barbour County in 1840
and married Martha Ann Louisa Williams (also born in Georgia) May 13, 1841.
He had his first son Oct 24, 1844 and named him William Littleton Daniel
(the middle surname Littleton may hold a clue to the ancestry of Moses).
Other children they have in Alabama are Mary, Sarah and Amanda. In 1852
Moses and family moved to Hernando County, FL to live in the wilderness.
Their next son Franklin Pearce Daniel is born shortly after in 1854. Moses
died Jan 15, 1891 and was buried in Trilby Cemetery in Pasco County, FL, the
same resting place for his wife and sons Littleton and Franklin Pearce.
Generation 2: William Littleton Daniel married Louise “Lou” Cook between
1872-1876. Generation 3: Their son John Thomas Daniel was born Jun 18 1877
in Macon, FL. John married Fannie Ether Lee May 8, 1898 and died Jan 24,
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