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William Jeremiah Daniel (1782 - abt. 1840)

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William Jeremiah Daniel
Born in Montgomery, North Carolinamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about in United Statesmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Habersham, Georgia, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 29 Jun 2011
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BURIAL Old Union Cemetery Young Harris, Towns County, Georgia, USA


Date: BET 1840 AND 1842
Place: , Union, Georgia

Imported only 1840 from Death Date and marked as uncertain.


Note: Cat Tindell has middle name Thomas. Chad Williams has Jeremiah.
Buried Old Union Cemetery.
1800 Pendleton Dist SC Census with Isaac, Spencer, John, and Francis
Self p136.
1 male 16-25(William), 1 female 16-25(wife), 1 female under
10(unknown), 1 slave.
1810 Buncombe Co NC Census, also Francis Self is there. 2 males under
10(Asa, Josiah), 1 male 26-45(William), 2 females under 10(Elizabeth,
Celia), 1 female 26-45(Sarah).
War of 1812 4th Reg. 2nd Co. detached from Cumberland Reg. Major
General Thomas Brown's Division.
1820 Buncombe Co NC Census. 2 males under 10(William T, Job), 1 male
10-16(Josiah), 1 male 16-26(Asa), 1 male 26-45(unknown), 1 male over
45(William), 1 female under 10(Ruth), 1 female 10-16(Celia), 1 female
16-26(Elizabeth), 1 female 26-45(unknown), 1 female over 45(Sarah).
1821 November William in Jefferson Co AL. in military records. Son Asa
married there in 1823. Mary born there (Sand Mountain area). Also
spent time in Bledsoe Co., TN. Cat Tindell believes this might be
where William married Sarah Self.
1825 William in Habersham Co Ga when Josiah married, also Francis,
John, Jesse, and Job Self.
1829 William sold land along flat creek in Buncombe Co NC to Jeremiah
1830 Habersham Co GA Census. 1 male 5-10(Francis), 2 males
15-20(William T,Job), 1 male 40-50(William), 1 female 5-10(Mary), 1
female 10-15(Ruth), 1 female 40-50(Sarah).
1834 William and Josiah in Lumpkin Co, Ga due to county line changes
of 1832 Cherokee land lottery.
1840 Union Co GA census shows William Daniel Jr. 11001-01001 Sr may
have died.
William Daniel had entered the Georgia land lottery 1820 and drew lot
#104 in Habersham County. By the time it was granted in 1842, it was
granted to the orphans of William Daniel.
One source lists Job Daniel as William's father, but no documentation.
Another possibility is Asa Daniel of Va.
May have been married more than once. One source has Elizabeth Upton
or Lowe or Truitt-Lowe as first spouse. Some or all of children may
have belonged to first wife.


Place: Young Harris, Towns, Georgia

Buried in Old Union Cemetery, Towns County, GA


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