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Drury DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Fayette County, Tennessee Page #44
DANIEL, Drury 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female 20 to 30, 1 female 0 to 5
Peter DANIEL is on page 27 and a John DANIEL is on page 24 of the same census.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Bedford County, Tennessee
DANIEL, Drury 1 male age 30 to 40,

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 Dist #1, Crittenden, Kentucky family #446/446
DANIEL, Drewry age 41, male, farmer, $500, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 23, female, TN
DANIEL, James A. age 17, male, TN
DANIEL, Peter R. age 14, male, TN
DANIEL, Joseph M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Martha A. age 10, female, TN
DANIEL, Jane W. age 7, female, TN
DANIEL, Drewry M. age 3, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis E. age 1, male, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: June 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas family #34/33
DANIEL, Drury age 57, male, farmer, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 33, female, TN
DANIEL, Drury M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis G. age 11, female, TN
DANIEL, Thomas J. age 8, male, KY
DANIEL, Collin G. age 6, male, KY
DANIEL, Newton W. age 4, male, KY
DANIEL, William G. age 3, male, AR
DANIEL, Melton H. age 8 months, male, AR
ARNOLD, James age 27, male, mechanic, TN
ARNOLD, Jane W. age 17, female, TN

LAND RECORDS: Izard County, Arkansas
Drury paid taxes on land in 1861, in 1866 he paid taxes on land as a non-resident.

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky Executors and Administrators
List Drury DANIEL as Executor for John GAINES deceased, and J. L. CHADWICK as a security they both qualified for this 10 August 1863.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Drury DANIEL and Mrs. Susan JOHNSON, were married by Abram Deboe, magistrate, at John Chadwick's, witnesses were John Chadwick and William Chadwick.

CENSUS RECORDS: 14 June 1870 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky page 21 family #79
DANIEL, J. A. age 36 male, farmer, $2000 & $1000, TN
DANIEL, Josephine age 33 female KY
DANIEL, John E. age 12 male KY
DANIEL, Roxie A. age 6 female KY
DANIEL, Mary S. age 3 female KY
DANIEL, Biddy J. age 1 female KY
DANIEL, Drury age 61 male TN
DANIEL, Collin G. age 15 male KY
HOOVER, Martha A. age 17 female KY
(Could this Martha A. HOOVER be Martha A. JOHNSON, daughter of Drury's 3rd wife Susan VARNOY JOHNSON? The age fits really well to be her, but I can't find a marriage for a Johnson to a Hoover.)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Lunenburg Twp., Izard, Arkansas family #48/50
DANIEL, Drury age 71, head, farmer, TN NC NC
DANIEL, Julia age 34, wife, keeps house, TN NC VA
DANIEL, Stephen age 4, son, AR TN TN
DANIEL, Ulecia age 1, dau, AR TN TN
TAYLOR, Malinda age 7, step-dau, AR TN TN

Buried in an unmarked grave and buried by his baby daughter.

HISTORY: Vickie: When I began reading your comments about Drury Daniel I kept thinking that sounded familiar. So, I checked my records and in Down Memory Lane #2, Mrs. Clara Twilley Tate states: "Elsie Coleman, Robbie Condrey's mother, I'm not sure if the next one was born between Elsie and my brother Alfred or not, but they had a baby that died and it's buried over there in the field on the Warnett place. This was just recently sold and it had been in the family since it was patented and the patent was signed by President Buchanan. There's three graves over there. An old man, Uncle Dewey Daniels is buried back there, and his baby, and then my little brother was buried back there." I believe the man she refers to as Dewey Daniel, was probably Drury Daniel. Also in Carroll Hayden's Cemetery Record Book for Izard County, Arkansas he lists Dewey Daniels (unmarked), and Baby Daniels (child of Dewey and Julia Daniels) unmarked. Carroll got this information from Mrs. Twilley's statement. (From Betty McCollum on the Izard County Board on the net.)

HISTORY: The old Warnett place is on Highway 58, between Sage and Guion and near what used to be "Gid". Carroll H shows the Twilley Cemetery off the road about a mile, I would guess, back to the west and near Rocky Bayou, and probably no more than a mile from Lunenburg. This would be on south of Reeves Cemetery, perhaps a mile. The old Andy Warnett place was on down the road a bit further, I believe, and the house was on the other side of the road. I don't know if this was part of an older Warnett place or not. If you can get in touch with Gwen Warnett, she can probably tell you, I believe she is Andy's niece. I believe she lives in Batesville. If you go back and take the other end of Highway 58, (from Sage to Sidney), about 2 miles from the junction of Highway 69 and 58, (going east), you will come to Concord Church. It is a little rock church on the right side of the road. (My Dad was a rock mason, and I helped him put the rock veneer on this church one summer when I was home from college in the early 50's). If you turn right (south) at Concord and go about a mile you will come to the Taylor Cemetery. Julia Mooneyham was a Taylor, from the same family that is buried in the Taylor Cemetery. From what Johnny Bone has said, I believe that the Mooneyham place must have been near the Cemetery. So the tree that Mr. Mooneyham hung himself on may have very well been near this place. I believe the story went that he had been depressed and his wife and child went off and left him at home, and when they came back and could not find him, began to search and found him hanging from the tree. This story is in one of the DML books, I forget which one. (He does not show up as being buried in Taylor, so wherever the grave is, it is probably unmarked.......HRB (From Harold Blevins on the Izard County Board on the net.)


Catherine Margaret GAINES

She was in the under 5 age bracket in 1830.

She was in the 10 to 16 age bracket in 1840.

She was under age in 1844 when she was getting married to William RAWLINS and her father Joseph GAINES gave permission for her to marry.

She is 23 in 1850.

She is 33 in 1860.


William Gaines DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas

He was 3 years old.

He was 11 in 1870 living with his brother Drury Marion Daniel.


Melton H. DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas
He was 8 months old.

He died at the age of 10 of congestive chills, he was working on a farm.


Samuel Drury DANIEL

He was 4 months old in 1880.

CENSUS RECORDS: 13 MAY 1910 Snoddy and No. 4 Road, Grant, Johnson, Arkansas film #1374067.


Dorcus Madina GAGE

The 1910 census she says she is the mother of 8 children but only 5 are still living. Also that Sam is her second husband.


Drury DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Fayette County, Tennessee Page #44
DANIEL, Drury 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female 20 to 30, 1 female 0 to 5
Peter DANIEL is on page 27 and a John DANIEL is on page 24 of the same census.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Bedford County, Tennessee
DANIEL, Drury 1 male age 30 to 40,

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 Dist #1, Crittenden, Kentucky family #446/446
DANIEL, Drewry age 41, male, farmer, $500, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 23, female, TN
DANIEL, James A. age 17, male, TN
DANIEL, Peter R. age 14, male, TN
DANIEL, Joseph M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Martha A. age 10, female, TN
DANIEL, Jane W. age 7, female, TN
DANIEL, Drewry M. age 3, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis E. age 1, male, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: June 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas family #34/33
DANIEL, Drury age 57, male, farmer, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 33, female, TN
DANIEL, Drury M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis G. age 11, female, TN
DANIEL, Thomas J. age 8, male, KY
DANIEL, Collin G. age 6, male, KY
DANIEL, Newton W. age 4, male, KY
DANIEL, William G. age 3, male, AR
DANIEL, Melton H. age 8 months, male, AR
ARNOLD, James age 27, male, mechanic, TN
ARNOLD, Jane W. age 17, female, TN

LAND RECORDS: Izard County, Arkansas
Drury paid taxes on land in 1861, in 1866 he paid taxes on land as a non-resident.

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky Executors and Administrators
List Drury DANIEL as Executor for John GAINES deceased, and J. L. CHADWICK as a security they both qualified for this 10 August 1863.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Drury DANIEL and Mrs. Susan JOHNSON, were married by Abram Deboe, magistrate, at John Chadwick's, witnesses were John Chadwick and William Chadwick.

CENSUS RECORDS: 14 June 1870 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky page 21 family #79
DANIEL, J. A. age 36 male, farmer, $2000 & $1000, TN
DANIEL, Josephine age 33 female KY
DANIEL, John E. age 12 male KY
DANIEL, Roxie A. age 6 female KY
DANIEL, Mary S. age 3 female KY
DANIEL, Biddy J. age 1 female KY
DANIEL, Drury age 61 male TN
DANIEL, Collin G. age 15 male KY
HOOVER, Martha A. age 17 female KY
(Could this Martha A. HOOVER be Martha A. JOHNSON, daughter of Drury's 3rd wife Susan VARNOY JOHNSON? The age fits really well to be her, but I can't find a marriage for a Johnson to a Hoover.)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Lunenburg Twp., Izard, Arkansas family #48/50
DANIEL, Drury age 71, head, farmer, TN NC NC
DANIEL, Julia age 34, wife, keeps house, TN NC VA
DANIEL, Stephen age 4, son, AR TN TN
DANIEL, Ulecia age 1, dau, AR TN TN
TAYLOR, Malinda age 7, step-dau, AR TN TN

Buried in an unmarked grave and buried by his baby daughter.

HISTORY: Vickie: When I began reading your comments about Drury Daniel I kept thinking that sounded familiar. So, I checked my records and in Down Memory Lane #2, Mrs. Clara Twilley Tate states: "Elsie Coleman, Robbie Condrey's mother, I'm not sure if the next one was born between Elsie and my brother Alfred or not, but they had a baby that died and it's buried over there in the field on the Warnett place. This was just recently sold and it had been in the family since it was patented and the patent was signed by President Buchanan. There's three graves over there. An old man, Uncle Dewey Daniels is buried back there, and his baby, and then my little brother was buried back there." I believe the man she refers to as Dewey Daniel, was probably Drury Daniel. Also in Carroll Hayden's Cemetery Record Book for Izard County, Arkansas he lists Dewey Daniels (unmarked), and Baby Daniels (child of Dewey and Julia Daniels) unmarked. Carroll got this information from Mrs. Twilley's statement. (From Betty McCollum on the Izard County Board on the net.)

HISTORY: The old Warnett place is on Highway 58, between Sage and Guion and near what used to be "Gid". Carroll H shows the Twilley Cemetery off the road about a mile, I would guess, back to the west and near Rocky Bayou, and probably no more than a mile from Lunenburg. This would be on south of Reeves Cemetery, perhaps a mile. The old Andy Warnett place was on down the road a bit further, I believe, and the house was on the other side of the road. I don't know if this was part of an older Warnett place or not. If you can get in touch with Gwen Warnett, she can probably tell you, I believe she is Andy's niece. I believe she lives in Batesville. If you go back and take the other end of Highway 58, (from Sage to Sidney), about 2 miles from the junction of Highway 69 and 58, (going east), you will come to Concord Church. It is a little rock church on the right side of the road. (My Dad was a rock mason, and I helped him put the rock veneer on this church one summer when I was home from college in the early 50's). If you turn right (south) at Concord and go about a mile you will come to the Taylor Cemetery. Julia Mooneyham was a Taylor, from the same family that is buried in the Taylor Cemetery. From what Johnny Bone has said, I believe that the Mooneyham place must have been near the Cemetery. So the tree that Mr. Mooneyham hung himself on may have very well been near this place. I believe the story went that he had been depressed and his wife and child went off and left him at home, and when they came back and could not find him, began to search and found him hanging from the tree. This story is in one of the DML books, I forget which one. (He does not show up as being buried in Taylor, so wherever the grave is, it is probably unmarked.......HRB (From Harold Blevins on the Izard County Board on the net.)


Peter R. DANIEL

He was 14 in 1850.

The Peter Daniel killed at Chickamauga is not our Peter Daniel after all. Our Peter Daniel signed up as a private in Company E, of the 48th Kentucky Mounted Infantry in the Union Army.

In 1860, Peter is listed with his brother John and his wife and also with his brother Joseph. His age is listed as 25 in both households and occupation is listed as a laboror in both households.


Drury DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Fayette County, Tennessee Page #44
DANIEL, Drury 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female 20 to 30, 1 female 0 to 5
Peter DANIEL is on page 27 and a John DANIEL is on page 24 of the same census.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Bedford County, Tennessee
DANIEL, Drury 1 male age 30 to 40,

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 Dist #1, Crittenden, Kentucky family #446/446
DANIEL, Drewry age 41, male, farmer, $500, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 23, female, TN
DANIEL, James A. age 17, male, TN
DANIEL, Peter R. age 14, male, TN
DANIEL, Joseph M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Martha A. age 10, female, TN
DANIEL, Jane W. age 7, female, TN
DANIEL, Drewry M. age 3, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis E. age 1, male, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: June 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas family #34/33
DANIEL, Drury age 57, male, farmer, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 33, female, TN
DANIEL, Drury M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis G. age 11, female, TN
DANIEL, Thomas J. age 8, male, KY
DANIEL, Collin G. age 6, male, KY
DANIEL, Newton W. age 4, male, KY
DANIEL, William G. age 3, male, AR
DANIEL, Melton H. age 8 months, male, AR
ARNOLD, James age 27, male, mechanic, TN
ARNOLD, Jane W. age 17, female, TN

LAND RECORDS: Izard County, Arkansas
Drury paid taxes on land in 1861, in 1866 he paid taxes on land as a non-resident.

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky Executors and Administrators
List Drury DANIEL as Executor for John GAINES deceased, and J. L. CHADWICK as a security they both qualified for this 10 August 1863.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Drury DANIEL and Mrs. Susan JOHNSON, were married by Abram Deboe, magistrate, at John Chadwick's, witnesses were John Chadwick and William Chadwick.

CENSUS RECORDS: 14 June 1870 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky page 21 family #79
DANIEL, J. A. age 36 male, farmer, $2000 & $1000, TN
DANIEL, Josephine age 33 female KY
DANIEL, John E. age 12 male KY
DANIEL, Roxie A. age 6 female KY
DANIEL, Mary S. age 3 female KY
DANIEL, Biddy J. age 1 female KY
DANIEL, Drury age 61 male TN
DANIEL, Collin G. age 15 male KY
HOOVER, Martha A. age 17 female KY
(Could this Martha A. HOOVER be Martha A. JOHNSON, daughter of Drury's 3rd wife Susan VARNOY JOHNSON? The age fits really well to be her, but I can't find a marriage for a Johnson to a Hoover.)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Lunenburg Twp., Izard, Arkansas family #48/50
DANIEL, Drury age 71, head, farmer, TN NC NC
DANIEL, Julia age 34, wife, keeps house, TN NC VA
DANIEL, Stephen age 4, son, AR TN TN
DANIEL, Ulecia age 1, dau, AR TN TN
TAYLOR, Malinda age 7, step-dau, AR TN TN

Buried in an unmarked grave and buried by his baby daughter.

HISTORY: Vickie: When I began reading your comments about Drury Daniel I kept thinking that sounded familiar. So, I checked my records and in Down Memory Lane #2, Mrs. Clara Twilley Tate states: "Elsie Coleman, Robbie Condrey's mother, I'm not sure if the next one was born between Elsie and my brother Alfred or not, but they had a baby that died and it's buried over there in the field on the Warnett place. This was just recently sold and it had been in the family since it was patented and the patent was signed by President Buchanan. There's three graves over there. An old man, Uncle Dewey Daniels is buried back there, and his baby, and then my little brother was buried back there." I believe the man she refers to as Dewey Daniel, was probably Drury Daniel. Also in Carroll Hayden's Cemetery Record Book for Izard County, Arkansas he lists Dewey Daniels (unmarked), and Baby Daniels (child of Dewey and Julia Daniels) unmarked. Carroll got this information from Mrs. Twilley's statement. (From Betty McCollum on the Izard County Board on the net.)

HISTORY: The old Warnett place is on Highway 58, between Sage and Guion and near what used to be "Gid". Carroll H shows the Twilley Cemetery off the road about a mile, I would guess, back to the west and near Rocky Bayou, and probably no more than a mile from Lunenburg. This would be on south of Reeves Cemetery, perhaps a mile. The old Andy Warnett place was on down the road a bit further, I believe, and the house was on the other side of the road. I don't know if this was part of an older Warnett place or not. If you can get in touch with Gwen Warnett, she can probably tell you, I believe she is Andy's niece. I believe she lives in Batesville. If you go back and take the other end of Highway 58, (from Sage to Sidney), about 2 miles from the junction of Highway 69 and 58, (going east), you will come to Concord Church. It is a little rock church on the right side of the road. (My Dad was a rock mason, and I helped him put the rock veneer on this church one summer when I was home from college in the early 50's). If you turn right (south) at Concord and go about a mile you will come to the Taylor Cemetery. Julia Mooneyham was a Taylor, from the same family that is buried in the Taylor Cemetery. From what Johnny Bone has said, I believe that the Mooneyham place must have been near the Cemetery. So the tree that Mr. Mooneyham hung himself on may have very well been near this place. I believe the story went that he had been depressed and his wife and child went off and left him at home, and when they came back and could not find him, began to search and found him hanging from the tree. This story is in one of the DML books, I forget which one. (He does not show up as being buried in Taylor, so wherever the grave is, it is probably unmarked.......HRB (From Harold Blevins on the Izard County Board on the net.)


Susan VARNOY

She was married to a Johnson before she married Drury.


Drury DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Fayette County, Tennessee Page #44
DANIEL, Drury 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female 20 to 30, 1 female 0 to 5
Peter DANIEL is on page 27 and a John DANIEL is on page 24 of the same census.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Bedford County, Tennessee
DANIEL, Drury 1 male age 30 to 40,

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 Dist #1, Crittenden, Kentucky family #446/446
DANIEL, Drewry age 41, male, farmer, $500, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 23, female, TN
DANIEL, James A. age 17, male, TN
DANIEL, Peter R. age 14, male, TN
DANIEL, Joseph M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Martha A. age 10, female, TN
DANIEL, Jane W. age 7, female, TN
DANIEL, Drewry M. age 3, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis E. age 1, male, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: June 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas family #34/33
DANIEL, Drury age 57, male, farmer, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 33, female, TN
DANIEL, Drury M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis G. age 11, female, TN
DANIEL, Thomas J. age 8, male, KY
DANIEL, Collin G. age 6, male, KY
DANIEL, Newton W. age 4, male, KY
DANIEL, William G. age 3, male, AR
DANIEL, Melton H. age 8 months, male, AR
ARNOLD, James age 27, male, mechanic, TN
ARNOLD, Jane W. age 17, female, TN

LAND RECORDS: Izard County, Arkansas
Drury paid taxes on land in 1861, in 1866 he paid taxes on land as a non-resident.

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky Executors and Administrators
List Drury DANIEL as Executor for John GAINES deceased, and J. L. CHADWICK as a security they both qualified for this 10 August 1863.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Drury DANIEL and Mrs. Susan JOHNSON, were married by Abram Deboe, magistrate, at John Chadwick's, witnesses were John Chadwick and William Chadwick.

CENSUS RECORDS: 14 June 1870 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky page 21 family #79
DANIEL, J. A. age 36 male, farmer, $2000 & $1000, TN
DANIEL, Josephine age 33 female KY
DANIEL, John E. age 12 male KY
DANIEL, Roxie A. age 6 female KY
DANIEL, Mary S. age 3 female KY
DANIEL, Biddy J. age 1 female KY
DANIEL, Drury age 61 male TN
DANIEL, Collin G. age 15 male KY
HOOVER, Martha A. age 17 female KY
(Could this Martha A. HOOVER be Martha A. JOHNSON, daughter of Drury's 3rd wife Susan VARNOY JOHNSON? The age fits really well to be her, but I can't find a marriage for a Johnson to a Hoover.)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Lunenburg Twp., Izard, Arkansas family #48/50
DANIEL, Drury age 71, head, farmer, TN NC NC
DANIEL, Julia age 34, wife, keeps house, TN NC VA
DANIEL, Stephen age 4, son, AR TN TN
DANIEL, Ulecia age 1, dau, AR TN TN
TAYLOR, Malinda age 7, step-dau, AR TN TN

Buried in an unmarked grave and buried by his baby daughter.

HISTORY: Vickie: When I began reading your comments about Drury Daniel I kept thinking that sounded familiar. So, I checked my records and in Down Memory Lane #2, Mrs. Clara Twilley Tate states: "Elsie Coleman, Robbie Condrey's mother, I'm not sure if the next one was born between Elsie and my brother Alfred or not, but they had a baby that died and it's buried over there in the field on the Warnett place. This was just recently sold and it had been in the family since it was patented and the patent was signed by President Buchanan. There's three graves over there. An old man, Uncle Dewey Daniels is buried back there, and his baby, and then my little brother was buried back there." I believe the man she refers to as Dewey Daniel, was probably Drury Daniel. Also in Carroll Hayden's Cemetery Record Book for Izard County, Arkansas he lists Dewey Daniels (unmarked), and Baby Daniels (child of Dewey and Julia Daniels) unmarked. Carroll got this information from Mrs. Twilley's statement. (From Betty McCollum on the Izard County Board on the net.)

HISTORY: The old Warnett place is on Highway 58, between Sage and Guion and near what used to be "Gid". Carroll H shows the Twilley Cemetery off the road about a mile, I would guess, back to the west and near Rocky Bayou, and probably no more than a mile from Lunenburg. This would be on south of Reeves Cemetery, perhaps a mile. The old Andy Warnett place was on down the road a bit further, I believe, and the house was on the other side of the road. I don't know if this was part of an older Warnett place or not. If you can get in touch with Gwen Warnett, she can probably tell you, I believe she is Andy's niece. I believe she lives in Batesville. If you go back and take the other end of Highway 58, (from Sage to Sidney), about 2 miles from the junction of Highway 69 and 58, (going east), you will come to Concord Church. It is a little rock church on the right side of the road. (My Dad was a rock mason, and I helped him put the rock veneer on this church one summer when I was home from college in the early 50's). If you turn right (south) at Concord and go about a mile you will come to the Taylor Cemetery. Julia Mooneyham was a Taylor, from the same family that is buried in the Taylor Cemetery. From what Johnny Bone has said, I believe that the Mooneyham place must have been near the Cemetery. So the tree that Mr. Mooneyham hung himself on may have very well been near this place. I believe the story went that he had been depressed and his wife and child went off and left him at home, and when they came back and could not find him, began to search and found him hanging from the tree. This story is in one of the DML books, I forget which one. (He does not show up as being buried in Taylor, so wherever the grave is, it is probably unmarked.......HRB (From Harold Blevins on the Izard County Board on the net.)


Nancy C. BATES

She was married to a Rushing before she married Drury.


Drury DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Fayette County, Tennessee Page #44
DANIEL, Drury 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female 20 to 30, 1 female 0 to 5
Peter DANIEL is on page 27 and a John DANIEL is on page 24 of the same census.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Bedford County, Tennessee
DANIEL, Drury 1 male age 30 to 40,

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 Dist #1, Crittenden, Kentucky family #446/446
DANIEL, Drewry age 41, male, farmer, $500, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 23, female, TN
DANIEL, James A. age 17, male, TN
DANIEL, Peter R. age 14, male, TN
DANIEL, Joseph M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Martha A. age 10, female, TN
DANIEL, Jane W. age 7, female, TN
DANIEL, Drewry M. age 3, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis E. age 1, male, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: June 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas family #34/33
DANIEL, Drury age 57, male, farmer, TN
DANIEL, Catherine age 33, female, TN
DANIEL, Drury M. age 12, male, TN
DANIEL, Francis G. age 11, female, TN
DANIEL, Thomas J. age 8, male, KY
DANIEL, Collin G. age 6, male, KY
DANIEL, Newton W. age 4, male, KY
DANIEL, William G. age 3, male, AR
DANIEL, Melton H. age 8 months, male, AR
ARNOLD, James age 27, male, mechanic, TN
ARNOLD, Jane W. age 17, female, TN

LAND RECORDS: Izard County, Arkansas
Drury paid taxes on land in 1861, in 1866 he paid taxes on land as a non-resident.

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky Executors and Administrators
List Drury DANIEL as Executor for John GAINES deceased, and J. L. CHADWICK as a security they both qualified for this 10 August 1863.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Drury DANIEL and Mrs. Susan JOHNSON, were married by Abram Deboe, magistrate, at John Chadwick's, witnesses were John Chadwick and William Chadwick.

CENSUS RECORDS: 14 June 1870 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky page 21 family #79
DANIEL, J. A. age 36 male, farmer, $2000 & $1000, TN
DANIEL, Josephine age 33 female KY
DANIEL, John E. age 12 male KY
DANIEL, Roxie A. age 6 female KY
DANIEL, Mary S. age 3 female KY
DANIEL, Biddy J. age 1 female KY
DANIEL, Drury age 61 male TN
DANIEL, Collin G. age 15 male KY
HOOVER, Martha A. age 17 female KY
(Could this Martha A. HOOVER be Martha A. JOHNSON, daughter of Drury's 3rd wife Susan VARNOY JOHNSON? The age fits really well to be her, but I can't find a marriage for a Johnson to a Hoover.)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Lunenburg Twp., Izard, Arkansas family #48/50
DANIEL, Drury age 71, head, farmer, TN NC NC
DANIEL, Julia age 34, wife, keeps house, TN NC VA
DANIEL, Stephen age 4, son, AR TN TN
DANIEL, Ulecia age 1, dau, AR TN TN
TAYLOR, Malinda age 7, step-dau, AR TN TN

Buried in an unmarked grave and buried by his baby daughter.

HISTORY: Vickie: When I began reading your comments about Drury Daniel I kept thinking that sounded familiar. So, I checked my records and in Down Memory Lane #2, Mrs. Clara Twilley Tate states: "Elsie Coleman, Robbie Condrey's mother, I'm not sure if the next one was born between Elsie and my brother Alfred or not, but they had a baby that died and it's buried over there in the field on the Warnett place. This was just recently sold and it had been in the family since it was patented and the patent was signed by President Buchanan. There's three graves over there. An old man, Uncle Dewey Daniels is buried back there, and his baby, and then my little brother was buried back there." I believe the man she refers to as Dewey Daniel, was probably Drury Daniel. Also in Carroll Hayden's Cemetery Record Book for Izard County, Arkansas he lists Dewey Daniels (unmarked), and Baby Daniels (child of Dewey and Julia Daniels) unmarked. Carroll got this information from Mrs. Twilley's statement. (From Betty McCollum on the Izard County Board on the net.)

HISTORY: The old Warnett place is on Highway 58, between Sage and Guion and near what used to be "Gid". Carroll H shows the Twilley Cemetery off the road about a mile, I would guess, back to the west and near Rocky Bayou, and probably no more than a mile from Lunenburg. This would be on south of Reeves Cemetery, perhaps a mile. The old Andy Warnett place was on down the road a bit further, I believe, and the house was on the other side of the road. I don't know if this was part of an older Warnett place or not. If you can get in touch with Gwen Warnett, she can probably tell you, I believe she is Andy's niece. I believe she lives in Batesville. If you go back and take the other end of Highway 58, (from Sage to Sidney), about 2 miles from the junction of Highway 69 and 58, (going east), you will come to Concord Church. It is a little rock church on the right side of the road. (My Dad was a rock mason, and I helped him put the rock veneer on this church one summer when I was home from college in the early 50's). If you turn right (south) at Concord and go about a mile you will come to the Taylor Cemetery. Julia Mooneyham was a Taylor, from the same family that is buried in the Taylor Cemetery. From what Johnny Bone has said, I believe that the Mooneyham place must have been near the Cemetery. So the tree that Mr. Mooneyham hung himself on may have very well been near this place. I believe the story went that he had been depressed and his wife and child went off and left him at home, and when they came back and could not find him, began to search and found him hanging from the tree. This story is in one of the DML books, I forget which one. (He does not show up as being buried in Taylor, so wherever the grave is, it is probably unmarked.......HRB (From Harold Blevins on the Izard County Board on the net.)


Julia Ann TAYLOR

She was 34 in 1880 and had been married to a TAYLOR before she married Drury.

She was 65 in 1910, widowed, living with her son Stephen DANIEL and her last name was now MONEYHAM and she has a son James J. MONEYHAM who is 18 years old living there also. She also says she was the mother of only 3 children and only 2 were still living. However she had a daughter by TAYLOR and a daughter by Drury DANIEL as well as Stephen and James.


Ulecia DANIEL

She was 1 in 1880.


Peter DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS:1830 Fayette County, Tennessee
DANIEL, Peter 1 male 5 to 10, 1 male 15 to 20, 1 male 45 to 55, 3 females 5 to 20, 1 female 30 to 45.

Census records of 1850 and 1860 say he was born in North Carolina but I believe he was born in Virginia.

In 1860 Crittenden County, Kentucky he was living with his grandson Joseph M. Daniel, and he list his age as 83 years old.

Peter and family were in these different counties and states:
1790 Warren Co, North Carolina
1800 Beaufort Co, North Carolina
1810-1820 Rowan Co, North Carolina
1830 Fayette Co, Tennessee
1840 Robertson Co, Tennessee
1850 Hickman Co, Tennessee (he was 72 and she was 66)
1860 Crittenden Co, Kentucky (he was 83)

I do not find him after 1860 so he may have died in Kentucky or maybe he went to Arkansas with some of his kids and died there.


Sarah LOFTON

DEATH RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Sarah DANIEL, Farmers wife, Died of old age, Lived near the Cumberland River, She was attended by Dr. S. G. Moxley she was age 73.


Joseph V. GAINES

CENSUS RECORDS: 1820 Jackson County, Tennessee page #10
There are 4 seperate families listed, but I can't really make out how many of each in every catagory.
GAINS, J. V.
GAINS, Francis
GAINS, Susanna
GAINS, Polly

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Jackson County, Tennessee page #133
GAINES, Joseph V. 1 male under 5, 1 male 5 to 10, 2 males 10 to 15, 2 males 15 to 20, 1 male 40 to 50, 1 female under 5 (Catherine), 1 female 10 to 15, 1 female 15 to 20, 1 female 20 to 30
(and listed right after Joseph is:)
GAINS, Broadis 2 males under 5, 2 males 5 to 10, 1 male 30 to 40, 1 female 10 to 15, 1 female 15 to 20
(and listed right after Broadis is:)
GAINES, Edward 2 males under 5, 1 male 5 to 10, 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female 5 to 10, 1 female 20 to 30

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Gainesboro Dist.#2, Jackson, Tennessee page #254
GAINS, Joseph V. 1 male under 5, 2 males 5 to 10, 3 males 10 to 16, 1 male 50 to 60, 1 female under 5, 2 females 5 to 10, 1 female 10 to 16 (Catherine), 1 female 30 to 40
(and listed right after Joseph is:)
GAINS, Broddus 2 males 10 to 16, 2 males 16 to 20, 1 male 40 to 50, 2 females 5 to 10, 2 females 20 to 30, 1 female 30 to 40

HISTORY: Received land grant, Jackson County, Tennessee #2627 for 50 acres 24 July 1832, Book D, Page 440, Mountain District. Another grant in Book F, Page 94 Mountain District #4021, 25 Aug 1835. Was on tax list of Jackson County, Tennessee in 1836 with 72 acres. Who he married is not known, but census records show that he had a sizeable family.


GRAVES

Not sure of her first name but believe her maiden name was GRAVES, as the GRAVES family lived by the GAINES family in Jackson County and Collin's middle name and a couple of the other's have that for a given name. There is a Reuben, Charles and Beman GRAVES in 1820, by Joseph GAINES.


Catherine Margaret GAINES

She was in the under 5 age bracket in 1830.

She was in the 10 to 16 age bracket in 1840.

She was under age in 1844 when she was getting married to William RAWLINS and her father Joseph GAINES gave permission for her to marry.

She is 23 in 1850.

She is 33 in 1860.


John DANIEL

CENSUS RECORDS: 28 July 1860, Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky film #803363, family #564/564
DANIEL, John age 29, male, farmer, renter, $300.00 TN
DANIEL, Nancy J. age 26, female, IL
DANIEL, Peter R. age 25, male, laborer, $100.00 TN

MILITARY RECORDS: There is a John Daniel who served as a private in Company B, 48th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, Union Army during the Civil War. He maybe ours. The 48th was mostly from Crittenden, Livingston, Caldwell and Union counties.

NOTES: Was he killed or did he die of disease shortly after the war started???


Nancy Jane WELDON

She was 16 in 1850.

She was 26 in 1860.


John M. DANIEL

He died at the age of 1 of the fever.