I have two brothers, James Daniel, b. 1797 in GA & Alexander Daniel, b. 1799 in GA and
believe there might be a connection to Amos Daniel from what I can see in the census.
Amos is listed in the 1820 Washington Co., GA census as being 45+. At the very least he
would have to be b. in 1775. Living with Amos is two white males 16-26, which would have
made them b. between 1794 and 1804 - which corresponds nicely with my 2 brothers.
Amos is not listed in the 1830 Washington Co. GA census as Head of House.
Alexander Daniel is listed - with a white male 50-60. That would make this unknown man b.
between 1770 and 1780 - again corresponding to the range of Amos Daniel's age in the
James Daniel settled in Monroe Co., AL about 1824 and married Lydia Davis (dau. of John
Davis and Elizabeth Murphy). Alexander also migrated to Monroe Co., AL about 1835 and
married there in 1836 - probably because of the death of the white male listed in the
On this small thread, I'd like to believe that Amos was that man listed liviing with
Alexander Daniel in the 1830 census.
Large stretch - Does anyone see a connection between this Amos Daniel and Nathan Daniel,
son of Joseph Daniel and Sarah Barnes?
Many thanks - Ruth in Portland, OR