Daniel Burr was born about 1660, the son of Jehu Burr and Esther Ward. 1660 Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut
He was called Mr. and "of Upper Meadow" to distinguish him from his cousin, son of Nathaniel Burr. He married first before 1681 Hannah Banks, daughter of John Banks. They had one daughter Hannah.
He married second, about 1686, Mary Sherwood, daughter of Stephen Sherwood. They had two children, Jehu and Mary.
He married third about 1695, Elizabeth Pinkney, daughter of Philip Sherwood. Elizabeth had 10 children.
The web site for the historical Greenfield Congreational Church has pictures and images was well as a history. Records from the church were used by D. L. Jacobus as a source for baptisms and marriages for this family.
Daniel's estate was distributed August 1, 1730. In it are identified his widow Elizabeth, his children: Jehu; Stephen; Peter; Moses; Aaron; Hannah Burr; Mary Meeker; Elizabeth Hull; Jane Sherwood and Elizabeth Bradley.
In his will, he provided for his third wife, Elizabeth, their son David, and all children from all three wives. He made a special provision of land and money for Elizabeth to care for their "incompetent" son, David. (Mead)
Letters of administration on Daniel's estate were granted to his wife, Elizabeth, and sons Jehu & Peter Burr.
August 1, 1727, pg. 99: Daniel's estate was settled & Capt. Moses Dimon & Capt. Thomas Hill, both of Fairfield, were appointed to distribute
Daniel's estate. (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Sept. 5, 1727, pg. 21: Stephen Burr appointed guardian of Moses, son of the descedent.
Sept. 5, 1727, pg 54: Estate distributed by Moses Dimon & Thomas Hill to
Daniel's children, Jehu, Stephen, Peter, David, Aaron, Moses, Hannah
Burr, Mary Meaker, Elizabeth Hull, Jane Sherwood, and to his widow.
When son Aaron was baptized, he was recorded as "son of Mr. Daniel Burr, of Upper Meadow".
There is a different Daniel Burr born on 30 July 1670, son of Daniel Burr. He married Abigail and has children: Joseph, Timothy, Abigail, James and Jabez. 
Mead, Spencer P., Abstract of Probate Records at Fairfield, County of Fairfield, and State of Connecticut, Vol. 7, 1721-1750, Page 18-19 & Vol. 8, Page 114
BURR, Daniel, Sr., late of Fairfield, Aug. 1, 1727, Captain Moses Dimon and Captain Thomas Hill, both of Fairfield, appointed to distribute his estate, page 99.
BURR, Daniel, late of Fairfield, July 10, 1727, letters of administration on his estate granted to Elizabeth, John, and Peter Burr, page 32.
BURR, Daniel, late of Fairfield, Sept. 5, 1727, Stephen Burr appointed guardian of Moses, a son of decedent, page 21.
BURR, Daniel, late of Fairfield, Sept. 5, 1727, estate distributed by Moses Dimon and Thomas Hill, to his children John, Stephen, Peter, David, Moses, Aaron, Hannah burr, Mary Meaker, Elizabeth Hull and Jane Sherwood, and to his widow, page 54.
BURR, Daniel, (continued from page 18), Mary, mentioned Their brother John Burr. Witnesses Andrew Burr and Sarah Burr, pages 268 and 269.
BURR, Elizabeth, Sept. 5, 1727, appointed guardian of her son David Burr, an incompetent, page 21.
BURR, Daniel, late of Fairfield, inventory taken July 14, 1727, by John Osburn and Gershom Bulkley, verified by Elizabeth Burr, Jeshu Burr and Peter Burr, administrators, and Filed Aug. 1, 1727, page 92.
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However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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