Pam, is Howell Ellen/Felwellen associated in the records with just James of
Nash or with James of Halifax as well? Frederick Daniel (mentioned with
Howell Ellen) was a Brunswick Daniel who moved to Nash and then recoated to
Pike Co., Ga. He, Frederick, is the Daniel link to my cousin Judy who also
has a connection with me thru my Crowell family.
As I mentioned my Daniels were all over the Jacket/Burnt Coat swamps with
other collateral Daniel families that my cousin John says were relatives.
Small world, what? Payne
----- Original Message -----
From: "P. A. Miller" <gen(a)pamiller.net>
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: [DANIEL-L] James Daniel & Elizabeth West thoughts
Not a clue yet without later land records. But I managed to mispresent my
burning question about it all. I made it look like the land given by
Israel West to the children of his sister Elizabeth West Daniel might be
the same as the 266a on Sapony, oops. That 266a would be from their father
James Daniel, but it's actually the more important info needed to help in
the question. My local sources only go to the early 1790s. Hopefully
somebody has something on it????
Anyway, as I look over timelines, it is striking that in the early years
(1760-1770) the Halifax James sort of "disappears" and then Edgecombe/Nash
James shows up, but in the late 1780s it almost looks like Nash James
eventually disappears and a James shows back up in Halifax after none had
been there in the intervening years. It supports the connection to the
Peter group, but I still have an uncomfy bug about the middle years. Just
gotta find out what happened to all the lands.
Pam in CA
Payne Daniel wrote:
> So, do you think the James (of Halifax) who married Elizabeth West is
> the same as the James Daniel of Nash? I have them separate with
> Frederick as the son of James of Nash. Fun and games time, what?
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