He was 6 in 1850.
NOTES: The McDANIEL name has been spelled many different ways over the years in different records. You can find it as McDONALD, McDONNELL, McDONAL to name a few.
NOTES: Robin and his wife Jean were cousins.
He was 15 in 1850.
He was 26 in 1860, married, living in Jackson Twp, Buchanan, Missouri.
She was 24 in 1860.
He was 3 in 1860.
He was 1 in 1860.
She was 13 in 1850.
He was 36 in 1880, living in Center Twp, Buchanan, Missouri.
She was 2 in 1850.
She was 33 in 1880.
She was 37 in 1850, born in South Carolina, listed as Matilda BAIRD, married to Samuel BAIRD.
She was 47 in 1860, born in South Carolina, listed as Matilda G. SELBY, living in Palermo, Doniphan, Kansas Territory. She is apparently the spouse of Jerrard (Jared) SELBY who is 10 years younger then she is.
IMMIGRATION RECORDS: She was 50 years old, listed as Matilda BAIRD, when she came across the plains with her sons, Richard Alexander and Brigham Young BAIRD, in the Alvus H. Patterson Company, Departure: 29 or 30 June 1863, Arrival in Salt Lake Valley: 4 September 1863, Company Information: About 200 individuals and 50 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Florence, Nebraska (now Omaha). Where are all of her other chidlren at this time?
She was 56 in 1870, born in South Carolina, listed as Mary BAIRD, widow, living next door to her son James BAIRD, in Bountiful, Davis, Utah.
NOTES: A soldier in the Revolution and of Scotch-Irish descent according to Weldon Researcher, Emma Lou Weldon.