CENSUS RECORDS: 1860 Rocky Bayou, Izard, Arkansas he was 4 years old.
CENSUS RECORDS: 3 June 1880 Hutton Valley, Howell, Missouri film #1254691, Page 386B
Newton W. DANIEL Self M M W 24 KY
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Emmira DANIEL Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Wesley P. DANIEL Son M S W 3 MO
Fa: TN Mo: TN
CENSUS RECORDS: 1910 Union Twp, Jackson, Arkansas
DANIEL, Newton head, age 54, married 35 years, KY
DANIEL, Emmira wife, age 56, mother of 2 both living, TN
CENSUS RECORDS: 1920 Union Twp, Jackson, Arkansas
DANIEL, Newton head, age 60, married, KY
DANIEL, Emmira wife, age 60, married, TN
HUNTER, Addie dau, age 38, widow, MO
She was 26 in 1880.
She was 56 in 1910 and said she was the mother of 2 children and both were still living.
He was 3 in 1880.
He was a planter in Baltimore county, Maryland
PROBATE RECORDS: In her WILL, she mentions grandsons: Perry, James, and Samuel Brown, but does not say who their parents were. Her WILL is found in the Maryland Calendar of Wills by Baldwin Vol. VII. She wrote it 17 Jan 1732 and it was probated 6 Jun 1733.
He is the emigrant ancestor who came to America about 1685. His will was proved in 1717 in Price George county, Virginia. He was a French Huguenot. Pittsylvania county, Virginia History page 213.
He was made an executor of his father's Will in 1823.