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Prince John "Lacklund" of England, King of England and Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme




Husband Prince John "Lacklund" of England, King of England 1

            AKA: Lackland
           Born: 24 Dec 1166 - Beaumont Palace, Oxford, , Oxfordshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 18 Oct 1216 - Newark, , Nottingham, England
         Buried:  - Worcester Cathedral


         Father: Henry II "Curt Mantel" King Of Plantagenet, King of England (1133-1189) 1 2 3 4 5
         Mother: Princess Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204) 1


       Marriage: 23 Aug 1200 - Angoulême, , Poitou-Charentes, France 6

   Other Spouse: Isabel of Gloucester, Countess of Gloucester (1188-1217) 7 - 29 Aug 1189 - Marlebridge

Noted events in his life were:
• Reigned, 1199-1216




Wife Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme 7

           Born: Abt 1188 - Angoulême, , Poitou-Charentes, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 31 May 1246 - Fontevrault, , Pays de la Loire, France
         Buried:  - Fontevrault-l'Abbaye, , Pays de la Loire, France


         Father: Aymer de Taillefer, Count of Angouleme (Abt 1160-1218) 7
         Mother: Alice de Courtenay (Abt 1160-1218)



   Other Spouse: Hugh X de Lusignan, Count of La Marche (Abt 1186-1246) 7 - Abt 1220



Children
1 M Henry III , King of England 1 6




           Born: 1 Oct 1207 - Winchester, Hampshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 16 Nov 1272 - Westminster, England
         Buried: 20 Nov 1272 - Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England
         Spouse: Countess Eleonore de Provence (Abt 1217-1291) 1
           Marr: 14 Jan 1236 - Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England



2 M Prince Richard of England, 1st Earl of Cornwall, King of the Romans 7

           Born: 5 Jan 1208
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Apr 1272
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Isabel Marshal (1200-1240) 2 7 8 9
           Marr: 30 Mar 1231 - 2ND Husband 1St Wife 9 10
         Spouse: Countess Sanchia of Provence (      -1261) 7
           Marr: 23 Nov 1243
         Spouse: Beatrice de Fauquemont (      -1277) 7
           Marr: 16 Jun 1269



3 F Princess Joan of England 7

           Born: 22 Jul 1210
     Christened: 
           Died: 4 Mar 1238
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alexander II , King of Scotland (1198-1249) 1 7
         Spouse: Alexander, King of Scotland (      -1249)
           Marr: 19 Jun 1221



4 F Princess Isabella of England 7

           Born: 1214
     Christened: 
           Died: 1 Dec 1241
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Frederick II , Holy Roman Emperor,King of Germany,Sic & Jerusalem (1194-1250) 1
           Marr: 20 Jul 1235



5 F Princess Eleanor of England 7

           Born: 1215
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Apr 1275
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Marshal, 5th Earl Of Pembroke (Abt 1190-1231) 2 7 11 12
           Marr: 23 Apr 1224 - 1st Husband 2ND Wife 11
         Spouse: Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester (      -1265) 7
           Marr: 7 Jan 1239




General Notes: Husband - Prince John "Lacklund" of England, King of England

Called John Lackland. Also Lord of Ireland, and Count of Mortain, best
known for signing the Magna Carta.

Henry II provided for the eventual inheritance of his lands by his older
sons before John was born. By 1186, however, only Richard I, the
Lion-Hearted, and John were left as Henry's heirs. In 1189, as Henry
neared death, John joined Richard's rebellion against their father, and
when Richard was crowned, he gave John many estates and titles. John tried
but failed to usurp the Crown while Richard was away on the Third Crusade:
Upon returning to England, Richard forgave him. When his brother died in
1199, John became king. A revolt ensued by the supporters of Arthur of
Brittany, the son of John's brother, Geoffrey. Arthur was defeated and
captured in 1202, and John is believed to have had him murdered. King
Philip II of France continued Arthur's war until John had to surrender
nearly all his French possessions in 1204. In 1207 John refused to accept
the election of Stephen Langton as archbishop of Canterbury. Pope Innocent
III then excommunicated him and began negotiating with Philip for an
invasion of England. Desperate, John surrendered England to the pope and
in 1213 received it back as a fief. Trying to regain his French
possession, he was decisively defeated by Philip in 1214. John's reign had
become increasingly tyrannical; to support his wars he had extorted money,
raised taxes, and confiscated properties. His barons finally united to
force him to respect their rights and privileges. John had little choice
but to sign the Magna Carta presented to him by his barons at Runnymede in
1215, making him subject, rather than superior, to the law. Shortly
afterward John and the barons were at war. He died while still pursuing
the campaign, and was succeeded by his son, Henry III.


General Notes: Wife - Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme

She was only twelve years old and engaged to Hugh de Lusignan when King John of England became infatuated with her. Preferring her to be Queen of England, her parents had the engagement annulled and allowed her to marry King John. Seven years later she gave birth to their first child, the future King Henry III, soon to be followed by two more children. However, John was an unfaithful husband and Isabella's flirtations caused disharmony between them. In 1212 John had Isabella locked up at Gloucester but a year later they became reconciled and two more children were born. When John died in 1216 Isabella was at Gloucester with her children and she immediately proclaimed their eldest son to be King Henry III. For safety against the French invaders she sent her younger son Richard to Ireland. In July 1217 she returned to France where she met her old fiancee, Hugh de Lusignan, who was by now engaged to Isabella's daughter Joan. However, as Joan was only ten years old and Hugh needed an heir soon, he married Isabella instead and they became the parents of five sons and at least three daughters. Henry III had not been consulted about his mother's remarriage and, even though he was only thirteen-years-old, he deprived his mother of her dowry. It took a year before a reconciliation took place. In 1242 Hugh and Isabella were accused of plotting against the life of King Louis IX of France. Isabella attended the court but remained seated on her horse and, when she realised the hearing would go against her, she rode off to take refuge in the Abbey of Fontevraud where she remained the rest of her life. Although Hugh de Lusignan was able to placate the French king, Isabella remained at Fontevraud where she died and was buried. Hugh de Lusignan then went on crusade and was killed while fighting in 1249.


Source: Leo van de Pas (taken from worldroots.com)
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Hugh X de Lusignan, Count of La Marche and Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme




Husband Hugh X de Lusignan, Count of La Marche 7

           Born: Abt 1186 - Lusignan, Vienne, Charentes, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Jun 1246 - Surry, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Hugh IX de Lusignan (1163-1219)
         Mother: Matilde Taillfer (Abt 1170-1233)


       Marriage: Abt 1220




Wife Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme 7

           Born: Abt 1188 - Angoulême, , Poitou-Charentes, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 31 May 1246 - Fontevrault, , Pays de la Loire, France
         Buried:  - Fontevrault-l'Abbaye, , Pays de la Loire, France


         Father: Aymer de Taillefer, Count of Angouleme (Abt 1160-1218) 7
         Mother: Alice de Courtenay (Abt 1160-1218)



   Other Spouse: Prince John "Lacklund" of England, King of England (1166-1216) 1 - 23 Aug 1200 - Angoulême, , Poitou-Charentes, France 6



Children
1 F Alice de Lusignan

           Born: Abt 1224 - Lusignan, Vienne, Charentes, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Feb 1290 - Warren, Sussex, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jean de Warenne (1231-1304)
           Marr: Aug 1247



2 M Hugh XI de Lusignan, Count of Angoulême, Count of La Marche

           Born: 1221
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Apr 1250 - Fariskur, , Dumyat, Egypt
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Yolande of Brittany (1218-1272)
           Marr: Jan 1236



3 M Guillaume de Lusignan

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme

She was only twelve years old and engaged to Hugh de Lusignan when King John of England became infatuated with her. Preferring her to be Queen of England, her parents had the engagement annulled and allowed her to marry King John. Seven years later she gave birth to their first child, the future King Henry III, soon to be followed by two more children. However, John was an unfaithful husband and Isabella's flirtations caused disharmony between them. In 1212 John had Isabella locked up at Gloucester but a year later they became reconciled and two more children were born. When John died in 1216 Isabella was at Gloucester with her children and she immediately proclaimed their eldest son to be King Henry III. For safety against the French invaders she sent her younger son Richard to Ireland. In July 1217 she returned to France where she met her old fiancee, Hugh de Lusignan, who was by now engaged to Isabella's daughter Joan. However, as Joan was only ten years old and Hugh needed an heir soon, he married Isabella instead and they became the parents of five sons and at least three daughters. Henry III had not been consulted about his mother's remarriage and, even though he was only thirteen-years-old, he deprived his mother of her dowry. It took a year before a reconciliation took place. In 1242 Hugh and Isabella were accused of plotting against the life of King Louis IX of France. Isabella attended the court but remained seated on her horse and, when she realised the hearing would go against her, she rode off to take refuge in the Abbey of Fontevraud where she remained the rest of her life. Although Hugh de Lusignan was able to placate the French king, Isabella remained at Fontevraud where she died and was buried. Hugh de Lusignan then went on crusade and was killed while fighting in 1249.


Source: Leo van de Pas (taken from worldroots.com)
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Robert Perrott and Catherine Daniel




Husband Robert Perrott

           Born: 25 Oct 1685 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 Aug 1723 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Perrott, Jr (1650-1686)
         Mother: Sarah Curtis (1657-1694)


       Marriage: 25 Mar 1706 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA




Wife Catherine Daniel

           Born: Abt 1686 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Captain William Daniel (1625-1698)
         Mother: Jocebed Smith/Robinson (      -Bef 1698)



   Other Spouse: John Williams (      -      ) - 17 Jul 1728 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



Children
1 F Sarah Perrott

           Born: 6 Feb 1707/08 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Mar 1801 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Stamper (1714-Bef 1774)
           Marr: 25 Mar 1733 - Christ Church Parish, Middlesex, Virginia, USA



2 M Robert Perrott

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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3 M James Perrott

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4 M William Perrott

           Born: 20 May 1712
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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5 F Betty Perrott

           Born: Dec 1714
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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6 M John Perrott

           Born: 12 Nov 1720
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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John Williams and Catherine Daniel




Husband John Williams

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 17 Jul 1728 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA




Wife Catherine Daniel

           Born: Abt 1686 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Captain William Daniel (1625-1698)
         Mother: Jocebed Smith/Robinson (      -Bef 1698)



   Other Spouse: Robert Perrott (1685-1723) - 25 Mar 1706 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



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Caleb "The Elder" Lindsey and Clare/Clara Daniel




Husband Caleb "The Elder" Lindsey 13

           Born: 1670 - , Essex, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 1717 - , Essex, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: James Lindsey (      -1674)
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 1673 - Scotland ? Virginia ? 13

Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Birth 13, 1649 - Scotland

• Alt. Death 13, 1717 - , Brunswick, Virginia, USA




Wife Clare/Clara Daniel 13

           Born: 1674 - Scotland 13
     Christened: 
           Died: 1724 - Essex, King William, Virginia, USA 13
         Buried: 



Children
1 M William Lindsey 13

           Born: Abt 1695 - Gloucester Co. / Spotsylvania  Co. Virginia 13
     Christened: 
           Died: Sep 1768 - , Brunswick, Virginia, USA 13
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Jane Chew (Abt 1700-After 1750) 13
           Marr: WFT Est 1696-1727 13



2 M Joshua Lindsey

           Born: 1698
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M James Lindsey

           Born: 1700 - , Essex, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 1782 - , Caroline, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 




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Captain William Daniel and Jocebed Smith/Robinson




Husband Captain William Daniel

           Born: 8 Apr 1625 - Over (Tabley?), , Cheshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 20 Feb 1697/98 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Jocebed Smith/Robinson

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 1698 - , Middlesex, Virginia, USA
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Catherine Daniel

           Born: Abt 1686 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert Perrott (1685-1723)
           Marr: 25 Mar 1706 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA
         Spouse: John Williams (      -      )
           Marr: 17 Jul 1728 - Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, USA



2 M William Daniel

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Robert Daniel

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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4 M Richard Daniel

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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5 M James Daniel

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 F Agatha Daniel

           Born: 
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7 F Elisabeth Daniel

           Born: 
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8 F Ann Daniel

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Captain William Daniel

Descendants of William Daniel, Sr., http://www.familytreemaker.com/,
16 February 2001. Immigrated to Virginia 1650. Resided on the
plantation Jemeco. Will of 8 October 1694 recorded in Middlesex
County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pp. 120-121. Ten children.

Daniel family genealogy is given in Tyler's Historical Quarterly and
reprinted in Genealogies of Virginia Families (from Tyler's
Quarterly), vol. 1, pp. 480-545. [This work is basically correct but
overlooked some Daniels in Middlesex County, Virginia.]

Also Charles Brunk Heinemann 1934, Daniel Families of Southern
States; revised 1978 by Mary Hallford.

Norman Wendell Daniels, Direct Descendants of William Capt. Daniel,
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, 16 February 2001. Life dates 8
April 1625 - 26 August 1678.

Daniel family genealogy is also given in Robert Neville Mann and
Catherine Cleek Mann 1959, Middlesex, Virginia, Daniel Descendants.
Son William received a land patent of 115 acres. He is recorded in
the parish register of Christ Church beginning 2 June 1684. He
served as a captain in the Middlesex County Militia. His will names
children Robert, Richard, James, Agatha, Katerine, Elizabeth and Ann
(the four daughters apparently under age).

Daniel Genealogy Notes,
http://members.nbci.com/_XMCM/janicekmc/daniel.htm. This source
notes that much of available Daniel family genealogy is not correct.
William's father is not known. There is confusion with a William
Daniels of Massachusetts. Etc., etc. This site gives William's will
in full, naming wife Jocebed and eight children: William, Robert,
James, Richard and underage daughters Agatha, Catherine, Elizabeth,
and Ann.

G. Payne Daniel, http://paynedaniel.com/indexc/pafg01.htm, Under the
Unicorn - The Daniel Family 1998.

Jon Lynn Daniel (1953-1993), The Daniel Family of Middlesex County,
Virginia. Captain William Daniel came to Middlesex County about
1650. Twice married to Dorothy (Forth?) of Wigan, Lancashire,
England, and Jochabed (Smith?).

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~aihbt/, "as I have been told".
William Daniell one of four Daniells who came to Virginia between
1634 and 1644. His parents in England are not known. First wife
Dorothy Froth (sons William and Robert). Second wife Jochebed Smith,
possibly the sister of John Smith, one of the overseers of William's
estate. Maurice Cocke, the other overseer, was the brother of John
Smith's wife.

Horace Edwin Hayden 1891, "Daniel" in A Genealogy of the Glassell
Family of Scotland and Virginia. Daniell Daniell age 18 arrived 2
January 1634 in Virginia on the ship Bonaventure.
Henry Daniel granted a patent for 200 acres in James City County
13 November 1635 (headrights for four persons including himself and
his wife Elizabeth).
Walter Daniel 100 acres in James City County 12 August 1639.
Edway Conway granted land in Northampton County 8 October 1644
on the headright for Edward Daniell.
William Daniel granted land in Middlesex County in 1669. Also
150 acres in Lancaster County 5 October 1672 (three headrights). On
5 January 1685 Willian Daniel became Church Warden of the Great
Church in Middlesex County. Died 1698.

Christine South Gee (no date), John Daniel, Sr. 1724-1819 of Essex
County, Virginia, and Laurens County, South Carolina: His Virginia
Ancestry and Some of his Descendants. "Mr. Heinneman ... is in
serious error on the whole concerning the ancestors in Virginia of
the Laurens County, South Carolina, Daniel family."

Charles Brunk Heinemann 1934, Daniel Families of the Southern States.
Four records for the arrival of a Willian Daniel into the colonies
are noted. Various Middlesex County records noted. Will dated 8
October 1694 in which he refers to himself as Wm. Daniell, Sr. Named
are wife Jocebed (a codicil gives her as deceased); sons William
Daniell, Robert Daniell, Richard Daniell, and James Daniell;
daughters Agatha, Catherine, Elisabeth, and Ann Daniell. Apparently
all underage but for William and Daniel. Will proved in court on 3
October 1698.

WILLIAM DANIEL was born April 08, 1625 in Essex, England (Source: Birth date from LDS Ancestral File-1996), and died August 26, 1678 in Middlesex Co., VA (Source: LDS Ancestral File-1996 has death date and location as Milton, Norfolk, MA, not VA.). He married (1) KATHARINE GREENAWAY 1644 (incorrect according to some researchers - see below notes). He married (2) JOCEBED ?ROBINSON/SMITH? Abt. 1663.

Notes for WILLIAM DANIEL: While this man may be our DANIEL ancestor, caution should be used on any data not checked out to your own satisfaction. Since it appears much of the early connection entered by an unknown source to LDS is incorrect, we must assume that more of this data could be in error. Much of the data published here comes from others research. Many times, researchers wish to connect to royal lines, but when no obvious connection can be seen in the early records, you must assume that it is unlikely your ancestor descends from royality. Payne Daniel's website (old link no longer valid as of 8/26/01) had listed that this William Daniel married (1) JOCHABED ?SMITH?; (2) Unknown c1664. He wrote that "Captain William Daniel, who died in Middlesex Co., VA, was not the son of Peter Daniell and Christian Grosvenor. Nor was he ever married to Katherine Greenaway, for she married William Daniels of Mass. The first five generations in this tree appear to belong to another line of DANIELS, so use caution when connecting to this line
On the Broderbund VA Vital Records CD entered in Middlesex County 1704 Quit Rent VA Tax Records, pages 541-544, the following men are found. The name Daniel is spelled DANIELL.
DANIELL, Wm. 150ac.; DANIELL, Robert 225ac.; DANIELL, Richard 210ac.; DANEILL, James 150ac.; ROBINSON, John 1350ac.; CHILTON, Peter 100ac.; MOSELEY, Marvill 225 acres. In Essex Co., VA 1704 Quit Rent Roll the following: NIXON, Henry 500ac.; MOSSELEY, Edward 550ac.; MOSSELEY, Benjamin 1100ac.; MOSSELEY, Robert 100ac.
In the LDS Ancestral File (1996), William Daniel's birth date is the same (4/8/1625), but the location of birth given is Over Tabley, Cheshire, England. Place of death is given as Milton, Norfolk, MA 8/26/1678. His father is listed as Peter Deniell and his mother as Christina Grosvenor. He is shown with at least 4 other wives, one of which is Catherine/Katharine Greeneway/Greenaway who was born 1622 in England and died 11/14/1680 in Milton, Norfolk, MA. Children listed were: Susanna Daniell who married John Kingsley; John Daniell who married Dorothy Badcock; Mary Daniel who married Jonathan Wood; Hanna Daniel who married Benjamen Badcock and 2 others; and Samuel Daniell who died young. There is no explination for the children's birth dates being after his death, but they are left here for research purposes only. Updated information (Jan. 29, 2000) from Payne Daniel, who wrote "Colonel William Daniell of Wigan was the son of Peter Daniell and Christian Grosvenor and he was born in 1626 and married Dorothy Forth.
# From the DANIEL surname list of ROOTS-L Archived (Internet): Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 From: SALTERR@aol.com, Joyce (Woodruff) Terrana To: DANIEL-L@rootsweb.com - Subject: [DANIEL-L] Additions to Heinemann's book (vol 2) - "additional data that Heinemann didn't have in his book on the Daniel Family. I'm using the numbers below that Heinemann used (when I can), for understanding of my line of descendency. As you can see, Heinemann only listed about half the children of #57 Icabod Daniel and wife Rachel. #1 CAPT WILLIAM DANIEL of Middlesex Co, Va. and his first wife (whose name has not been proven).
# #2 (son of #1) WILLIAM DANIEL JR and his 2nd wife, Mary Moseley b ca1680-1690 Middlesex Co, Va., d Mar 1719 Middlesex Co, Va. Mary was daughter of Marvel Moseley Sr and wife Sarah Blaise (Blaize, etc).
# #19 (son of #2) OBADIAH DANIEL and wife Sarah Moseley. Sarah was cousin to Obadiah. Her father was John Moseley, sister to Obadiah's mother. Sarah was grandchild of Marvel Moseley Sr.and Sarah Blaise.
# #57 (son of #19) ICHABOD DANIEL (Icabod), born 10 Aug 1756 Goochland Co, Va. , died intestate ca Nov 1829 Goochland Co, Va. married ca 1775 to Rachel Thurston born ca 1756 Va. died 1841-1849 Rutherford Co, Tn. Have copies of many,many documents involving Icabod during his lifetime."
Additional data on this line can be found in the archived DANIEL list of ROOTS-L. You can judge for yourself, any validity of a man imported as a servant, having any relationship to a royal English line!!! The following is from "Sheryl" - Date: Sun, 16 Nov 97, From: midwest To: "DANIEL" - Subject: [DANIEL-L] Capt. Wm. Daniel/Middlesex, VA-Part 2b
# 25 Jan 1659 - Will DANIEL was in Lancaster Co., VA.
The following items are from Middlesex Co. Order Book 1673-1680:
# 06 Jul 1674 - He was imported as a servant, Caroline Peters,(P 11).
# 06 Jul 1674 - He served on a jury,(P 13).
# 03 May 1673 - He was given an order for 1 barrel of corn,(P 33).
# 06 Dec 1673 He was in a list of tithables (P 46). 06 Dec 1673 - His servant Daniel Clark, then 10 years of age had entered the country without indenture on the ship Henry & Ann,(P 50). (It is to be noted that John DANIEL in York Co. devised a servant Thomas Clark to his son John in 1689.
# 10 Apr 1676 - He was appointed Constable, (P 54).
# 31 May 1677 - He with 3 others repaired a house, (P 62).
# 04 May 1677 - He gave a Bill of Exchange, (P 124).
# Jul Term 1677 - He served on a Jury, (P 193).
# Jul Term 1677 - He was credited with tobacco, (P 195).
# 08 Dec 1678 - He had a levy for troops, (P 201).
# 1679 - He supplied Bridle, saddle, furniture, pistols for soldiers, (P 202).
# Apr Term 1679 He served on a Jury (Pp 223-224).
He first appears in the records of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex Co., VA in the Parish Register as follows: Richard, son of William and Jochabed Daniel, born 30 Sep 1678. Mary, daughter of William and Jochabed Daniel, died 12 Sep 1678. Agatha, daughter of William and Jochabed Daniel, bap 06 Mar 1683-4.
# The Vestry Book of the Church shows he was elected a member of the Church Vestry and attended his first meeting 02 Jun 1684. His attendance is shown at almost every meeting of the Vestry from the date of his election.
# He was made Church Warden of the Great Church in the Middle Parish 05 Jan 1685 and served until succeeded by Oswald CARY in 1687.
# Hayden claims William Daniel ceased serving as a member of the Vestry in 1692, but this is not true. The last entry shows him in attendance at the meeting of 10 Nov 1696.
# He first appears as Captain William Daniel at the meeting of 12 Nov 1689, and all subsequent entries, except three, refer to him as Captain William Daniel
. As Church Warden, William Daniel was ordered to take possession of 100 acres of land devised by one William Gordon. This was ordered at the Vestry meeting of 05 Jan 1685. The land was to be applied toward the use of schools. The following year, 06 Dec 1686, he was paid 1,400 pounds of tobacco for railing in the communion table. This was the only time when he was referred to as William Daniel, Senior. He was serving as a Justice in Middlesex Co., 02 Jun 1684, and aided in taking the Military Census of that Co., 23 Dec 1686.
Whether the designation "Captain" Daniel, was honorary or official is not known, but it is of record that when certain supplies and equipment were ordered for the militia to that co. in 1678, they were ordered turned over to him, 01 Jul 1689, so there is reasonable grounds for believing the title was not an honorary one.
# He was a witness to the will of Thomas Williams in Middlesex Co. The will was made 30 Jul 1683; proved 06 Oct 1684 (Ref 73). His name is there spelled DANIELL.
# He was a witness to the will of Christ. Robinson, made 27 Jan 1692; proved 06 Mar 1693. Robinson had married the widow of Major Robert Beverley. In the will Robinson designates him as his ³loving friend Captain William Daniel² and bequeathes him a ring and designates him as one of the executors. He (Robinson) refers, also, to his ³loving God daughters, Agatha and Catherine Daniel, daughters of Captain William Daniel,² bequeathing them one cow and one calf each.
The fact that he ceased his Church, Military and Political activities abt 1696, and that he did not appear as a witness to prove Robinson¹s will lends support to the belief that he may have become physically inactive about that time. His will was made 08 Oct 1694. In it he styles himself William Daniel, Senior (name spelled Daniell). The original was witnessed by William Saddler, John Walker, Benjamin Thatcher, Thomas Vaux and William Downing. Later (date not known) a codicil was added witnessed by Wm. Brooks, Wm. Lyall and Arthur Hancock. The will was brought into Court 03 Oct 1698. The original was proved by only John Walker and Wm. Downing; the codicil by all three of the witnesses. The codicil recited that Benjamin Thatcher, one of the original witnesses, had died. A copy of the will is set out herein because of its importance in getting the lineage started correctly.
# Will of Captain William Daniel, made 08 Oct, 1694; proved 03 Oct 1698. Recorded in Middlesex Co. VA. Bk 1, Pp 120-1).
In ye name of God, Amen; I, Wm. Daniell, Sr., of the Co. of Middlesex being sick and weak of body, but of sound mind and memory, praised be God for same, but being uncertain how soon it will please God to call me out of this world, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner found following: First I bequeath my soul into the hands of God who gave it, hoping through the meritts of my blessed Savior, Jesus Christ, to obtain perfect remission for all my sins, and to be received unto His everlasting Kingdom, and my body to the earth from whence it was taken to be decently buryed, at the discression of my Executrix hereafter named and for such worldly goods and estate as God hath in mercy bestowed upon me, I dispose of the same as followeth: - Viz:
# ITEM: I give to my son Wm. Daniell, 150 acres of land on which he now liveth; with all houses and appurtenances belonging to the same, being part of the 300 acres of land bought by me of Mr. Christ Robinson, deceased, being the part of the land adjoining upon the land of Daniel Long, to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, and for want of such heirs to my loving son, Robert Daniel and his heirs forever.
# ITEM: I give to my loving son William Daniell, all the cattle, horses, hoggs, household goods, and one man servant named Wm. Wood, the which he is allready possessed of, and 20 shillings to buy him a ring. The before mentioned being in full part of my estate I intend to my son Wm. Daniell.
# ITEM: I give and bequeath to my loving son, Robert Daniell, 150 acres of land whereon he now liveth, being the other part of the said 300 acres of land joining on the Bryre Run and Thoman Cardwell¹s line, with all houses and appurtenances belonging to the same, to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, and for want of such heirs to my son, Richard Daniell and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten, and for want of such heirs to my son James Daniell & the heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, & for want of such heirs to my daughter Agatha; Catherine, Elizabeth and Ann Daniell and their heirs forever.
# ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son, Robert Daniell one negro woman named Jugg and all other movables which he is possessed of, with 20 shillings to bye him a ring, which shall be in full part of my estate I intend him.
# ITEM: My will is that my loving wife Jocebed Daniell shall have the use and benefit of my plantation where I now live, so long as she shall live, my mind and desire being that she shall keep and imploye the negroes and servants I am now possessed of and keep the stock of cattle and horses and hoggs, and advances to improve and increase all the same to the joint and comon advantage, profitt and benefit of herself and our dear children, hereafter mentioned and expressed. That is to say, 1/3 part of all the said negroes, servants, cattle, horses and all other my personal estate to be to the proper use of myn said dear wife and all the remainder of my said personal estate, negroes, servants, cattle, horses, and the due and proportionable shair of the increase, & profit and benefit of the same. I give and bequeath to my loving sons, Richard and James Daniell and my loving daughters, Agatha, Katherine, Elizabeth and Ann Daniell to be equally divided and paid to them as they come to full age or marry; My will and mind being that my said wife at her discressions shall maintayn our said dear children out of the profits of my said estate. Provided, and my will and mind is that in case my wife shall marry, then the personal estate to be divided as aforesaid and it is also my further will and I do hereby bequeath to my said dear wife, a negro woman named Anatto, over & above her said third part of my personall estate she being contented with the use of my plantation as aforesaid in full of her Dower or third of all my lands.
# ITEM: I give to my loving son, James Daniell one tract or divident of land which I bought of Joseph Gore, being 1/2 of the land that David Allison dyed possessed of, in the Co. of Middlesex, to him and his heirs forever, lawfully begotten of his body, and for want of such heirs to my son James Daniell and to his heirs lawfully begotten forever; and for want of such heirs to my loving daughters Agatha, Katherine, Elizabeth and Ann Daniell and unto their heirs forever.
# ITEM: I give and bequeath to my loving son Ric¹d Daniell the plantation whereon I now live after my loving wife¹s decease to him and his heirs lawfully begotten forever; and for want to such heirs to my loving daughters Agatha, Katherine, Elizabeth and Ann and to their heirs forever. It is also my will and pleasure that my son James Daniell, shall live upon the land, which I have given by this my will, to my loving son Richard Daniell, so long as my loving wife shall live, but after her decease to remove to his own.
# ITEM: I give and bequeath to my loving son Richard Daniell, my saddle, pistols, and houlsters.
# ITEM: I give and bequeath to my two youngest daughters Elizabeth and Ann, five pounds apiece, over and above their equal share.
# ITEM: I give to Benjamin E. Thatcher, 10 shillings to bye him a pair of gloves in remembrance of me.
# ITEM: I make and authorize my dear wife Jocebed Daniell Executrix of this my last will and testament and I do desire my loving friends Maurice Cook and John Smith, Senr., overseers of this my will and testament to see it performed. Witness my hand and seal this eighth day of Oct Anno. Dom. 1694.
Sealed and published in the presence of us 4 (The word James and Ric¹d enterlined before). Will Daniell (signed), Wm. Saddler X his mark), John Walker (X his mark), Benjamin Thatcher, Thomas Vaux, Wm. Downing.
At a Court held for the Co. of Middlesex the 3rd day of Oct 1698: John Walker and Wm. Downing declared upon their oaths that they saw William Daniell, above named, sign, seal and publish the above written will to be his act and deed and he was in perfect memory. Edwin Thacker, Cl. Cur.
# ITEM: (Added) It is my will that my son James Daniel shall have sipress timber, etc., of my son Richard Daniell land for his own use to build with.
# CODICIL: My loving wife being dead since this will was made leaving her a negro woman named Annato I give and bequeath this said negro to my loving daughter Katherine Daniel, to her and her heirs, in part of her portion. The 10 shillings I gave Benjamin Thatcher, he being dead, I recall back again. I propose my two sons Will and Rob. Daniell overseers with Mr. Jno. Smith Sr., of this my last will and testament witness my hand.
(Signed) Will Daniell, Wm. Brooks (X his mark), Wm. Lyall (X his mark), Arthur Hancock. At a Court held for the county of Middlesex the 3rd day of Oct 1698, William Brooks, William Lyall, Arthur Hancock upon their oaths say they saw William Daniel, above named, sign, seal and declare the codisall to be his act and deed and that he was in perfect sense and memory. (Teste) Edwin Thacker, Cl. Cur. (Endorsed on Back) This is the last will and Testament of Captain William Daniell Senr. Return of the inventory of his estate were made by Richard and James Daniel in Oct 1715.
The family name of his wife is unknown at the present time. Some claim she was a Smith, but nothing conclusive has been submitted in support of this. His will names 4 sons and 3 daughters, and the old Register of Christ Church Parish in Middlesex Co., Va, names a daughter Mary and a son John who died young. Some claim Jocebed was his second wife and cite his will as their authority. They draw this inference from the fact that in the original will his sons William and Robert, alleged to be from his first marriage, were not named as executors or overseers; and that the will refers to the other children as ³our dear children,² and this list does not include either William or Robert. It is to be noted that the Codicil made after Jocebed¹s death does name both William and Robert as overseers with John Smith. It is obvious that Captain William was married years before the first record of his activities in Christ Church appears, for his sons William and Robert, were married before his last child was born.
The old Parish Register of Christ Church as printed is in no sense a complete one. Its age and mutilated condition might explain the absence of many records of births, deaths, and marriages. In some cases these may be proved by other records; in others we must rely on deductions. Captain William DANIEL had:
# 2* William DANIEL, born before 1664, died 29 May 1723.
# 3* Robert DANIEL, born bef 1666, died 27 Dec 1720.
# 4 Mary DANIEL, died 12 Sep 1678, unmarried.
# 5* Richard DANIEL, born 30 Sep 1678, died 1727.
# 6* James DANIEL, born abt 1680, died 1748.
# 7 John DANIEL, born, chr and died 20 Sep 1686.
# 8 Agatha DANIEL, bap 06 Mar 1684, died 22 Aug 1721, married Marvel MOSELEY, 30 Aug 1704. He was the son of Marvell and Sarah MOSELEY. Their marriage and other records are found in the Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA.
# 9 Katherine DANIEL, married Robert PERROTT, 25 Mar 1706. He was born 25 Oct 1685, son of Richard PerrotT, who was the first male child born of English parents in the Rappahannock River Section (Ref 1). He died 13 Dec 1737.
# 10 Elizabeth DANIEL, died 10 Dec 1720, m.George CHOWNING, 06 Feb 1714-5 (Ref 1). He died 18 Jan 1726.
# 11 Ann DANIEL, died 16 Nov 1739, married Curtis PERROTT, 03 Sep 1714. He was born 19 Aug 1698.
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Henry Harman Russell and Martha Jane Daniels




Husband Henry Harman Russell

           Born: Private
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         Father: John Stephen Russell (1880-1952)
         Mother: Della Jane Hassell (1879-1933)


       Marriage: Private

   Other Spouse: Annie Lou Mayberry (      -      ) - Private

   Other Spouse: Thelma Alexander (      -      ) - Private

Noted events in his life were:
• Fact 1, Fact 1, Private




Wife Martha Jane Daniels

           Born: WFT Est 1892-1914
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           Died: WFT Est 1934-1987
         Buried: 


Noted events in their marriage were:
• Marriage Fact, Private


Children
1 F Living (details have been suppressed)

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         Spouse: Living



2 F Living (details have been suppressed)

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3 M Living (details have been suppressed)

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4 F Living (details have been suppressed)

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Raymond V Taillefer Count Of Toulouse and Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou




Husband Raymond V Taillefer Count Of Toulouse 2 14 15 16

           Born: 947 - Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France 14
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 990
         Buried: 


         Father: Raymond IV Count Of Toulouse (Abt 0916-Abt 0975) 2 16
         Mother: 


       Marriage: Abt 972 - 2ND Husband 17




Wife Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou 2 17 18 19 20

           Born: Abt 942 - Anjou/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France 21
     Christened: 
           Died: 1026 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France 22
         Buried: 


         Father: Fulk II "Le Bon" Anjou, Count of Anjou (Abt 0909-0958) 2 23 24
         Mother: Gerberga de Gatinais (0915-0952) 2 25



   Other Spouse: Etienne II De Brioude (Abt 0940-Bef 0972) 2 17 - 1st Husband 17

   Other Spouse: Louis V "The Do-Nothing" King Of France (0967-Between 0987) 2 19 - 982 - 3rd Husband - Divorced 984 26

   Other Spouse: William I "the Liberator" Of Toulouse, Count of Arles (Abt 0947-1037) 2 20 27 - After 984 - 4th Husband 2ND Wife 17



Children
1 F Adelaide (Tota) Of Toulouse 2 28

           Born: Abt 972 - Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M William III Taillefer Count Of Toulouse 2 29

           Born: Abt 975 - Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France 30
     Christened: 
           Died: Sep 1037 - Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France 29
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Arsinde De Provence (Abt 0982-Bef 1014) 2 30
           Marr: 1st Wife 30



3 M Bertrand De Toulouse, Comte De Forcalquier 2

           Born: Abt 985 - Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Deceased - Forcalquier, Alpes-DE-Haute-Provence, Provence, France
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Raymond V Taillefer Count Of Toulouse

I originally, based on Turton, had William b. 947, d. 1037, and having children by his 990 marriage to Emma, who were born in 1015. This seems like a lot for a 68 year old man.

It turns out that the person born c 947 was Raymond who m. Adelaide (not Arsinde her sister), and had William III who m. Emma.

The way I have Raymond's parentage is the simplest. There is an alternative being debated, which has Raymond as son of Raymond, son of Raymond, son of Ermengaud Vicomte de Rouergue, b. c 860, who I have as his great great uncle (Raymond II's younger brother).


General Notes: Wife - Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou

The following is excerpted from a post to SGM, 30 Jul 2000, by Todd A Farmerie:

From: Todd A. Farmerie (farmerie AT interfold.com)
Subject: Re: Adelaide d'Anjou (was Tiburge d'Orange)
Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
Date: 2000/07/30

TatjanaAV wrote:
>
> >Blanche appears to have been more of a nickname. She is better known as
> >Adelaide, wife of Stephen of Gevaudan, Raymond of Toulouse, Louis V of
> >France, and William of Provence.
>
> So... This Adelaide was indeed married to Raymond de Toulouse? I've seen this
> in only one account--all others do not have Raymond in the genealogy at all
> (Guillaume III is recorded as the son Raymond III Pons de Toulouse and Garsinde
> de Rouergue).

Yes. This was only recently rediscovered. There is a surviving charter in which Guillaume names his wife Emma and mother Adelaide, and there is every reason to think this was the same Adelaide, known to have married "Count Raimond". The chronology is aufully long to have William a son of Raymond Pons as well, and the near-contemporary Roda Codex gives Raymond Pons no son William, but does give him a son Raymond. These make it evident that a reworking is in order.

> When were Adelaide's parents married? I've seen it as 937, when
> she was supposedly born in 930, and has Guillaume III in 947.

I don't think there is enough information to provide such a date. Certainly both of them you give are nothing more than guesses, and need to be adjusted. As to William's birth, this date is wrong, based on his mistaken placement as son of Raymond Pons. A more recent guess is about 975.

> Who are ALL of her children (with the correct fathers)?

Stasser gives her the following:

by Etienne de Brioude:
1. Pons de Gevaudan
2. Bertrand de Brioude
3. Etienne de Brioude
4. Ermengarde/Humberge, Countess of Auvergne
5?. daughter, wife of Herbert of Troyes

by Raymond:
6. Guillaume Taillefer
7?. Toda/Adelaide, Countess of Besalu (I question this one)
8?. Letgarde

by Guillaume II of Provence:
9. Guillaume III
10. Constance, Queen of France

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Louis V "The Do-Nothing" King Of France and Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou




Husband Louis V "The Do-Nothing" King Of France 2 19




           Born: 967 - Laon, Aisne, Picardy, France 19
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 21 and 22 May 987 19
         Buried: 


         Father: Lothair King Of France (0941-0986) 2 31 32
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 982 - 3rd Husband - Divorced 984 26

Noted events in his life were:
• Ruled 33, 979-986 (joint with father), 986-987




Wife Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou 2 17 18 19 20

           Born: Abt 942 - Anjou/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France 21
     Christened: 
           Died: 1026 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France 22
         Buried: 


         Father: Fulk II "Le Bon" Anjou, Count of Anjou (Abt 0909-0958) 2 23 24
         Mother: Gerberga de Gatinais (0915-0952) 2 25



   Other Spouse: Etienne II De Brioude (Abt 0940-Bef 0972) 2 17 - 1st Husband 17

   Other Spouse: Raymond V Taillefer Count Of Toulouse (0947-Abt 0990) 2 14 15 16 - Abt 972 - 2ND Husband 17

   Other Spouse: William I "the Liberator" Of Toulouse, Count of Arles (Abt 0947-1037) 2 20 27 - After 984 - 4th Husband 2ND Wife 17



Children

General Notes: Husband - Louis V "The Do-Nothing" King Of France

Louis V, byname Louis le Faineant (Louis the Do-Nothing) (b. 967 - d. May 21/22, 987), king of France and the last Carolingian monarch.

Crowned on June 8, 979, while his father Lothair was still alive, he shortly afterward married Adelaide, widow of an Aquitainian count, and was established as king in Aquitaine. His friviolity, however, and his rejection of his wife, who finally ran away, brought him into discredit. Sole king on his father's death in 986, he disregarded the advice of his mother, Queen Emma, and Archbishop Adalbero of Reims, who wanted him to seek friendship with the German king Otto III. Just as he was about to have the Archbishop tried for treason, Louis died as the result of a hunting accident. His unpopular uncle Charles of Lower Lorraine, the only surviving member of the Carlingian dynasty, was passed over in favour of Hugh Capet as Louis' successor, thus initiating the Capetian line of French monarchs. [Encyclopaedia Britannica]


General Notes: Wife - Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou

The following is excerpted from a post to SGM, 30 Jul 2000, by Todd A Farmerie:

From: Todd A. Farmerie (farmerie AT interfold.com)
Subject: Re: Adelaide d'Anjou (was Tiburge d'Orange)
Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
Date: 2000/07/30

TatjanaAV wrote:
>
> >Blanche appears to have been more of a nickname. She is better known as
> >Adelaide, wife of Stephen of Gevaudan, Raymond of Toulouse, Louis V of
> >France, and William of Provence.
>
> So... This Adelaide was indeed married to Raymond de Toulouse? I've seen this
> in only one account--all others do not have Raymond in the genealogy at all
> (Guillaume III is recorded as the son Raymond III Pons de Toulouse and Garsinde
> de Rouergue).

Yes. This was only recently rediscovered. There is a surviving charter in which Guillaume names his wife Emma and mother Adelaide, and there is every reason to think this was the same Adelaide, known to have married "Count Raimond". The chronology is aufully long to have William a son of Raymond Pons as well, and the near-contemporary Roda Codex gives Raymond Pons no son William, but does give him a son Raymond. These make it evident that a reworking is in order.

> When were Adelaide's parents married? I've seen it as 937, when
> she was supposedly born in 930, and has Guillaume III in 947.

I don't think there is enough information to provide such a date. Certainly both of them you give are nothing more than guesses, and need to be adjusted. As to William's birth, this date is wrong, based on his mistaken placement as son of Raymond Pons. A more recent guess is about 975.

> Who are ALL of her children (with the correct fathers)?

Stasser gives her the following:

by Etienne de Brioude:
1. Pons de Gevaudan
2. Bertrand de Brioude
3. Etienne de Brioude
4. Ermengarde/Humberge, Countess of Auvergne
5?. daughter, wife of Herbert of Troyes

by Raymond:
6. Guillaume Taillefer
7?. Toda/Adelaide, Countess of Besalu (I question this one)
8?. Letgarde

by Guillaume II of Provence:
9. Guillaume III
10. Constance, Queen of France

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