He married 1st Elizabeth Stickney, daughter of Lieutenant Samuel and Julia (Swan) Stickney on July 21, 1680 in Bradford, Massachusetts.  He married 2nd Mary Hardy on May 22, 1695 in Haverhill, Massachusetts. He married 3rd Elizabeth Woodman, daughter of Joshua Woodman, June 5, 1712 in Newbury, Massachusetts.
Under command of Major Richard Waldon of Dover, New Hampshire, appears the name of Daniel Tenney on pay-roll dated 24 March, 1675-6, amount due ,£1.19s.4d. Daniel Tenney, husbandman, conveys land in Rowley to Joshua Woodman, cordwainer, for the consideration of £8.10s., date 3 February, 1703-4. Samuel Tenney a witness. Acknowledged 13 July, 1709. (Essex Deeds, 22:118.) 
He gives to son Daniel, who is to "support myself and wife," all his estate. Wife Elizabeth signs 14 Jan., 1714-15. (Essex Deeds, 36: no 36:110.) He transfers by deed 8 May, 1701, to Samuel Todd. Acknowledged, 19 March, 1727-8. (Essex Deeds, 81:149.) Elizabeth Tenney, with her family, for ,£22, conveys deed to Thomas Williams of Newbury, for twelve acres of land in Newbury, date 27 December, 1712. (Essex Deeds, 26:31.) She died 5 September, 1749, "over eighty" years of age. Mr. Tenney died in his ninety-fifth year. 
Daniel Tenney's death date is uncertain. According to one source, he died at age 95 (in 1748) (Deacon William Tenney VI., MSS.) . Another source says he died in Rowley, Massachusetts, but offers no date; he is shown in this source as having been alive March 19, 1727-8. FindAGrave reports his death as March 19, 1727 (clearly should have said "after" this date), and acknowledges the date is uncertain
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