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                          Generation 1

John McDaniel (probably son of John McDaniel) m. February 15, 1800
Bracken Co KY to Mary
Sellers (possibly daughter of John Sellers and Elizabeth Finley)
     Known Children: Elizabeth, James William
     1.  Elizabeth McDaniel m. January 26, 1818 Bracken Co KY to
Thomas Vaughn
     (See Monte Sellers for descendants)
     2.  James William McDaniel b. March 21, 1805 Bracken Co KY; d.
September 22, 1875 Shelby Co      IL; buried Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant
Cemetery; m. September 8, 1822     Bracken Co KY to Sarah      King
(daughter of Richard King and Mary Daly) b. April 3, 1804 Bracken Co
KY; d. January 17, 1881      Shelby Co IL; buried Mt.
Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery Shelby Co IL
     Children:  John S., James R., Elza T., William Henry, Lavisa,
Charles Wesley, Susan J.
     Note:  May be John Samuel, James Richard, Susan Jane.
Possibility of other daughters born early.
     (See Generation 2)

                          Generation 2

James William McDaniel  m. September 8, 1822 Bracken Co KY to Sarah
King
     1   .  John S. McDaniel b. October 4, 1830 IN (fami ly
tradition); d. CWAR, 2nd Lt.,  79th    Indiana Infantry, Co "D" as
December  26, 1862 Planters Hotel,  Nashville, TN (Grave  Sec. A,
#959)  m. May 13, 1852 Shelby Co IN to Elizabeth Ulrey (daughter of
Jacob Ulrey and Phebe Pope ) b.June 5, 1835 Shelby Co IN; d. April 6,
1865 Cumberland, Marion Co IN.  John McDaniel had relationship
w/company Capt. Buchanan--prob. Wagonmaking
     Children: Sarah Frances, Viola, Hannah Emma, Margaret Catherine,
John Franklin (See  Generation 3)
     2. James R. McDaniel b. September 16, 1835 Decatur Co IN; d.
December 2, 1902 Maple
     Grove, Edwards Co IL; m. Sarah Elizabeth Bryant September  6,
1860 Shelby Co IL (dau  of Morgan Bryant and 2nd wife Urana Madden
and sister of  Malinda who m. T homas  Lewis Sellers) b. May 6, 1842
Marion Co IN; d. November 6, 1905 Greenville, Edwards            Co
IL; both buried Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery.  James R. McDaniel
was Pvt. 79th IN Infantry Co "D" w/John.  James was company
blacksmith and teamster--sometimes on detached service.
     No children but adopted Jennie, daughter of Rev. M.N. Huston and
(died childbirth) wife   Sarah E.  (Have more info)
     3.  Elza T. McDaniel b. March 1836/37 IN; d. January 10, 1866
Shelby Co IL; buried Mt.    Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery; m. April
23, 1863 to    Elizabeth Lorton.  Elza was Pvt. Co     "H" 41st IL
Inf and died soon after discharge.
     Children: Grant (probably only issue; died young; buried Mt.
Olive/Sellers/Bryant)
     4.  William Henry McDaniel b. Abt 1839 IN; d. April 11, 1901; m.
March 25, 1858 Shelby
     Co   IL 1st Ellen/Eleanor Fletcher b. Abt 1839 OH; d. May 28,
1889 (daughter of John   Fletcher and Sarah and mother of all
children); married 2nd Elizabeth Sarver (who    received his pension).
  William McDaniel was Pvt. Co "K" 14th IL Infantry.  He is (Roll of
Honor) buried in unmarked grave Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery.
     Children: James, Sarah, Mary, Franklin, Effie Jane, Alvis Edward,
 John, Capola
     (Have some of this family through living descendant of Effie
Jane)
     5.  Lavisa McDaniel b. November 13, 1841 IN; d. January 5, 1855
Shelby Co IL; buried      Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery
     6. Charles Wesley McDaniel b. Abt 1843 IN; d. May 16, 1902 post
office Gage,         Woodward Co OK Ty. ; m. March 10, 1862 Shelby Co
IL to Sarah Catherine Eaton    (related to Malinda Eaton, 1st wife of
Morgan Bryant but parents unknown).  He was Pvt.
     Co "B" 115th IL Inf.  Roll of Honor says buried Mt.
Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery.   After his death, widow went to
Council Bluffs, Pottawatomie Co IA to her relatives, I     believe.
Not traced to date.
     Children: John, Arthur, Charles Wesley, Mary, Alpharetta (d. Inf.
 Buried Mt.         Olive/Sellers/Bryant).  No info on other
children
     7.  Susan McDaniel b. February 8, 1846 Decatur or Shelby Co IN;
d. July 28, 1921 Shelby
         Co IL; m. January 6, 1861 to Jonathan Cheatham Wakefield
Shelby Co IL; b. December   21, 1841 Shelby Co IL; d. May 16, 1914
Shelby Co IL (son of Andrew Wakefield and     Martha/Patsy Corley).
Both buried Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery.  Lots more info on
Wakefield ancestry, as I have a direct line as well.
     Children: Byron Eugenia, Sarah Lavisa, Anna Laura, Charles
Clinton (first two d. Inf.     Buried Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant
Cemetery).  Some additional info on other two children.

                          Generation 3

John S. McDaniel m. May 13, 1852 Shelbyville, Shelby Co IN to
Elizabeth Ulrey
     1.  Sarah Frances McDaniel b. August 2   1, 1853 Cumberland,
Marion Co IN; m.          1st William E. Mitchell February 3, 1875
Shelby Co IL; m. 2nd James Jacob       Mitchell Jr., date unknown
(sons of James Jacob Mitchell and Maria Sellers--which
see); d. March 23, 1913 Cowden, Shelby Co IL; buried w/husbands Mt.
Olive/Bryant/Sellers Cemetery Shelby Co IL
     No children but raised Loral/Laurel Don Nance aka Don Mitchell
and Pearl Nance  (A nephew and a niece who were cousins)
     2. Viola McDaniel b. March 11, 1855 Williamsburg,   Shelby Co IL
; d. August 26,       1936 Decatur, Macon Co IL; buried Mound
Cemetery Shelby Co IL m. November  16, 1871 Shelby Co IL to Joseph
Nance b. November 21 1851/52 (son of William
Nance and Eliza Hooper) d. Pistol shot from son-in-law Jesse Severe
January 16, 1895; buried Mudrun Cemetery, Shelby Co IL
     Children: William Emmet, Eli, Fanny Myrtle, Laura May, Lola,
Byrtha, Pearl Elizabeth,     Richard, Lena Ivalue.  All children born
at/near Cowden, Shelby Co IL. See Generation 4
     3. Hannah Emma "Emma" b. October 26, 1858 Cumberland, Marion Co
IN; d. July 6,  1866; buried Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant Cemetery
     4. Margaret Catherine "Katy" b. April 11, 1861 Lanesville,
Marion Co, IN; d. March 2,     1876 Shelby Co IL (childbirth
w/Arlington Fritts McDaniel--impregnated by bro-in-law      Joseph
Nance); buried Mt. Olive/Sellers/Bryant w/son who d. Infancy.
     5.  John Franklin McDaniel b. December 1862 prob. Cumberland,
Marion Co IN; d.  September 1864 prob. Cumberland, Marion Co IN
 

                           Generation 4

Joseph Nance m. November 14, 1871 to Viola McDaniel
     1.  William "Willie" Emmet Nance b. May 3, 1872 Shelby Co IL; d.
1950;     unmarried;     buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL
     No children but helped EVERYBODY ELSE!
     2   .  Eli Nance b. April 5, 1874 Shelby Co IL; d. February 11,
1948; buried Mound           Cemetery, Shelby Co IL; m. 1st August 9,
1896 Ida Stite b. 1879/80; d. March 21,     1897 (after childbirth);
m. 2nd Dolly Hobbs (separated or divorced); buried Mound Cemetery,
Shelby Co IL
     Children: (by Ida Stite) Loral/Laurel Don aka Don Mitchell
(raised by Sarah Frances  McDaniel and James Mitchell)
     Children: (by Dolly Hobbs) Roy Kenneth, James Harold, Cecil Noel
(Each known by      middle name)
     3.  Fanny Myrtle "Myrt" Nance b. January 30, 1877 Shelby Co IL;
d. November 15, 1941;
     buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL; m. 1st 1892 to Jesse Severe
(who shot/killed her     father 1895; divorced); m. 2nd to
Willis/Wilse/Wilson Lockart (no children)
     Children: (by Jesse Severe) Maude, Oaka "Oak"
           4.  Laura May Nance b. January 26, 1879 Shel by Co IL; May
17, 1924 Cowden, Shelby    Co IL; buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL
m. December 13, 1894 1st Walter J. Dush   d. Abt 1897; m. October 29,
1897/98 2nd to William Harlow d. July 1911; m. Aft 1915 (David's
first wife Amanda Houston died) 3rd David E. Shawver b. March 16,
1868 Cowden, Shelby Co IL; d. 1943 probably Macon Co IL (no
children)
     Children: (by Walter J. Dush) Mara Glan, Ray E., Oscar Belva.
     Children: (by William Harlow) William Durward, Charles Stuart,
Leo Daniel
     5.  Lola Nance b. February 7, 1881 Shelby Co IL; d. July 18,
1881 Shelby Co IL
     6.  Byrtha Nance b. May 16, 1883 Shelby Co IL d. August 11, 1884
Shelby Co IL
     7.  Pearl "Perle" Elizabeth Nance b. June 1, 1885 Shelby Co IL;
d. February 19, 1950      Mason City,  IA; buried Graceland Cemetery,
Webster City IA; m. December 23, 1900    probably Shelby Co IL to
Harry Lamb probably b. Shelby Co IL; d. IA.
     Children: James Carleton "Carleton," Geneva Viola
     8.  Richard "Dick" Nance b. September 3, 1887 Shelby Co IL; d.
May 27, 1938, Pana,   Christian Co IL; buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby
Co IL; m. 1st Emma Orange, November
     28, 19 17 Tacoma, WA (divorced, no children); m. 2nd Pearl Snow
(daughter of Joseph F.     Snow and Amanda Hillard) b. November 19,
1900;    d. 1979; buried Mound Cemetery,    Shelby Co IL (no
children).  Richard Nance WWI, PFC 44th Infantry, Co "I, " discharged
March 14, 1918, Cowden American Legion Post #455
     Children: None
         9.  Lena Ivalue Nance b. June 6, 1889 Shelby Co I L; d.
December 15, 1968 Shelbyville      Hospital, Shelby Co IL; buried
Mound Cemetery,  Shelby Co IL; m. April 11, 1905  Vandalia, IL 1st
Ellis Prater (son of Thomas Bas il Prater and Hester Ann Hallford) b.
December 2, 1885 Edinburg, Christian Co IL; d. December 11, 1958
Cowden, Shelby Co IL; buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL (father of
all children; divorced); m. May 14, 1930 (probably Decatur, Macon Co
IL) James Earl Day (widower--no children).  Have info on his family.
Ellis Prater m. 2nd to Mable McKnight (no children; divorced)
     Children: (all by Ellis Prater) Thomas Glenwood, Opal Izettia,
LaVeda Irene, Eulah Viola,
     Lois Wanda.  See Generation 5.

                          Generation 5

Ellis Prater m. April 11, 1905 to Lena Nance
           1.  Thomas Glenwood Prater b. January 6, 1906 Cowden,
Shelby Co IL; d. August 2,     1988 Shelbyville, Shelby Co IL; m. May
23, 1925 Cowden, Shelby Co IL to Vesta Ethel  Miller (daughter of
John F. Miller and Maggie Jones) b. May 20, 1903 Cowden, Shelby Co IL;
 d. July 8, 1987; buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL
     Children: Robert Glenwood
         2.  Opal Izettia Prater b. April 30, 1909 Assump tion,
Christian Co IL; d. March 28, 1970  nr. Lake Wales FL; buried Mound
Cemetery,  Shelby Co IL; m. Waukegan, Lake Co, IL     March 15, 1930
to Joseph Andrew Andrews (son of Walter Andrejewski and Christine
Pawlak/Pavlak) b. October 28, 1899; d. August 29, 1984 FL; buried
Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL.  Note Joseph brother of Stanley Andrew
listed below.  Married doubled wedding ceremony.
            Children: Duane Lee
     3   .  LaVeda Irene Prater b. Oct. 30, 1911 Assumption,
Christian Co IL; d. December 4,      1990 Shelbyville Hospital,
Shelby Co IL; buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co IL m.      March 15,
1930 to Stanley Robert Andrews (son of Walter Andrejewski and
Christine Pawlak/Pavlak) b. April 20, 1904 Chicago, Cook Co IL; d.
March 22, 1987 Shelbyville, Shelby Co IL; buried Mound Cemetery,
Shelby Co IL
     Children: Ronald Leon
          4.  Eulah Viola Prater b. January 14, 1914 Edinbur g,
Christian Co IL; d. June 5, 1981     Third Lake, Lake Co IL; buried
Mound Cemete ry, Shelby Co IL; m. June 13, 1933 1st    Waukegan, Lake
Co IL to Jalmer John Ericks on b. September 4, 1910 Ishpeming, MI
(father of child; divorced; no death record found); m. 2nd Claude
Arthur Bradshaw b. January 30, 1907 (have his parents somewhere); m.
1949 in Decatur, Macon Co IL; d. May 3, 1981 Waukegan, Lake Co IL (he
had children by first marriage; no children by Eulah).
     Children: (by Jalmer John Erickson) Anita Claire
     5.  Lois Wanda Prater b. August 12, 1916 near Bulpitt, Chr
istian Co IL; d. February 19,   1990 Chicago, Cook Co IL; buried
Mound Cemetery, S helby Co IL m. May 20, 1944 to     Bruno Antonio
Mazzetti (son of Oreste and Stella "Stellina" Galassi) b. May 18,
1899 Ceserano, Massa-Carrara, Liguria (nr.border w/Tuscany), Italy; d.
 July 8, 1986 Chicago, Cook Co IL; buried Mound Cemetery, Shelby Co
IL.  (Bruno Mazzetti's 2nd marriage; children by first to Giulia
Grillo/Grilli--Dino, Nilde)
     Children: Sherry Lynne Mazzetti

                          Generation 6

Sherry Mazzetti b. April 27, 1946 Chicago, Cook Co IL (unmarried; no
children)



James William MCDANIEL
married    9-3-1822
Sarah KING
to Shelby Co, Il

SHERRY MAZZETTI
HJZMO1A@prodigy.com


1996 from Prodigy,
SHERRY MAZZETTI wrote=

4/1810 Bracken Co?    (Mack MCDANIEL sale to Benjamin McDaniel =Mikel SELLARS and James THOMPSON signed sale paper? - (read original, msh)

1833 Bracken Co? = estate of JOHN SELLERS, John McDaniel buyer
(ages/names in 1830/40 BRACKEN census=?)


 From:         HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
    To:         signpro@abraxis.com


Monte,

As to Sellers, I need to gather up info on the Bracken Co group. 
Know you said that I could probably help you.  Think that I may wind up
confusing you instead.  I know that I am confused,
and I also know that I am not alone.  Several people are trying to 
sort them out for different reasons.  Let me start by saying that the
Second Census of KY (1800) shows the following Sellers
in Bracken: Abraham, George, John, Leonard, and Michael.  There is 
also a John in nearby Mason.  I can send you a list of all KY
Sellars/Sellers, but for the moment, I'll concentrate on
these.  Abraham never appears again that I can see, but I have not 
looked for land record, just census and the like.  Not sure who George
is.  Leonard was definitely from Washington/Greene
Co PA, and I have an account of some of his relatives from THE 
TENMILE COUNTRY (Pa.) & ITS PIONEER FAMILIES by Leckey.  He had a
younger brother John, maybe the (Bracken) John in this census.  For a
couple of reasons, I rather thought John was Polly/Mary Sellers' father,
but census records appear to make him too young.  Other factors apply.
  PA records do not establish that Leonard's brother John also went to
Bracken Co.  PA records also indicate that this
brother, although head of a family, had mental problems, so.... 
Leonard had 4-5 daus, and he could be her father, but the absence of any
Leonard in the family discourages this interpretation.
One daughter (think named Elizabeth) married a Waters.  Others 
unknown.  His wife may have been named Flora--not sure--and no Flora in
the family either.  Most Sellers appear to have lived
in/near Germantown which is near Mason Co border.  Maybe the other 
John from Mason County is her father. Have not tried to track him. In
addition to the name John appearing in her family
(which could originate from the McDaniel side alone) , a researcher 
found her husband, John McDaniel, buying at an estate sale of a John
Sellers in 1833.  Only time he bought that the researcher could find. 
There was also a John Jr., maybe this man's son and your ancestor. 
Dunno yet.  Should mention that my Ulrey family lived just outside the 
Tenmile area.  Michael was an early favorite, since his name appears on
one of Mack McDaniel's documents (more about which
later), but Michael served in the REV, and his papers show that his 
daughter Polly was surnamed Shane.  A daughter, Sarah, did marry a
McDonald, and Mack, at least, was sometimes (I think)
listed as McDonald.  Michael was born in Germany, lived in Lancaster 
PA and joined the REV from VA.  Suspect that he's related to Leonard,
but how I do not know.
  
I do have a question for you.  You mention Mary in the 1850 
Nicholas Co census.  Place is not
surprising, as I have found some probably King relatives there.  What 
state is listed for her birth?
Probably is PA.  Outside chance for VA.  (PA is correct-Monte)
 
Sherry
























marie sellers hollinger wrote:
>
> MONTE - re SHERRY MAZZETTI letter-
> Thanks for sharing!
> I don't believe we are going to get any smarter - seems we all get to
> about the same point and dead end- UNTIL, we find out WHERE there land
> was located-
> BEFORE 1797, Bracken was MASON CO-
> BEFORE 1786, Bourbon was FAYEETE CO,
> but land descriptions should be the same-
> on Lees Creek
> on Licking Creek, et
> Abraham had land (1799 tax list)
> Leonard had land tax list and will
> I believe? the deeds are available, why don't we have/read - I try to
> post land description each time I see, but, I don't believe we have
> these!
> JOHN, JAMES, JOSEPH, NATHAN, SAMUEL, WILLIAM all appear in county
> minutes from 1786/8/9
> There is no Abraham/Leonard on land records till 1799-
> and we know Michael is here in 1786 as married in Bourbon Co and went to
> Bracken Creek-
> Mary SELLERS MCDANIEL was born 1781 PA
> George SELLERS was born 1765 PA
> Philip SELLERS born 1790 PA
> SEVERAL of these SELLERS were COOPERS by trade -
> JOHN MICHAEL SELLERS, rev war - lst? land of service grant was in
> Adams/Brown Co, OHIO - there is SOME kind of a connection here - I am
> trying to post some of those counties info also.
> I am NOT 100% sold on the Ten Mile story re: Leonard SELLERS - have read
> and reread it, Will try and get that posted on the Sellers Web pages -
> The JOHN SELLERS I thought was a good possibility for MARY SELLERS 1781
> is the one in SCOTTS PAPERS re: HARROLDS STATION-
> JOHN SELLERS states in 1798 Bourbon Co - he had made improvements to his
> land in 1776 - ALSO, here is ENEAS MCDANIEL and SON - THIS John Sellers
> would be born before 1755-
> don't remember if THIS is the John Sellers that had the land on Licking
> River?
> WITHOUT these land records, I don't think we can tell which John is who!
> I believe I have talked with Sherry, only note I have on her is a
> marriage to a KING - If she mailed to be, maybe before I had page, but,
> would like her connection, even a small chart-
> marie, iowa



marie sellers hollinger wrote:
>
> SHERRY MAZZETTI wrote:
> >
> > Marie,
> >      Will make this very brief.  Do not know Eneas McDaniel or his
> > relationship to a John Sellers, and I have quite a bit of McDaniel
> > info.  No Eneas in the family that I know of.  Only early McDaniels I
> > am positive of are Mack and John of Bracken Co.  I have some clues as
> > to origins and relatives but nothing certain yet.  More about
> >----------------------
> SHERRY - thanks-
>
> BOURBON CO, KY COURT RECORDS/SCOTT"S PAPERS
>
> exact wording from above records (plus many other names)
>
> JOHN SELLERS in 1798 states he made improvements to his land in 1776,
> ENEAS MCDANIEL AND SON, same - (nothing in between names/sentence)
>
> PETITIONS OF EARLY INHABITANTS OF KY
>
> #33 = 10/26/1786 = INHABITANTS OF BOURBON CO=
>                    ENIS MCDANIEL
>                    NATHANIEL SELLERS
>
> #49 =              NOT TO DIVIDE BOURBON CO=
>                    JOHN MCDANIEL
>                    ENIS MCDANIEL
> #52= Sept,1788     Inhabitants of Fayette Co-conceive division of our
>                    county-live long way from Lexington
>                    MACK MCDANIEL
>
> #55= 8/1790 = Inhabitants of Bourbon Co, Ky Petition, SOUTH of main
> Licking
>               JOHN MCDANIEL
>               ENIS MCDANIEL
>
> #56=7/1788 = (you'd think those numbers would be in order? msh)
>              to establish warehouse on South Fork of Licking Creek for
>              a tobacco warehouse
>              John McDaniel
>
> #60          APPOINT CLOSER COURT - one at Lexington/Fayette Co
>              and one at Bairds Towns/Nelson Co
>              JOHN MC DANIEL
>
> #77          PETITION OF INHABITANTS LIVING ON Waters of STONER
> and                   Hinsksons forks of LICKING - not enough water for
> grist
>              mills
>              JOHN MCDANIEL
>              MCDANIEL. SAMUEL (MACK DANIEL)
>              (exact spelling, wording, spacing,brackets)
>
> Only a few pages of info - but, that land MAY HELP- I kinda thought
> another land description,but, thats all I have here-
>
> ABOUT NOW IS WHEN COUNTY LINES CHANGE AND WHOEVER LIVED ON THIS SIDE WAS
> ONE COUNTY AND WHOEVER LIVED ON OTHER SIDE OF THE LINE IS A DIFFERANT
> COUNTY AND we have problems connecting same- probably SAME families!
> ----------------
>
> BOURBON CO, WILLS =Will Book B, page 165, dated 8-2--1802, recorder
> Sept, 1802=
>
> ENEAS MCDANIEL
>
> wife = Isabella
> son, Alexanader
> son, John
> son, Rowland
> son, Robert
> son, Francis
> dau, Jane Devore
> heir,no relation reported = George Givens
> "     "    "        "     = Benjamin Kendrick
> "     "    "        "     = Charles Smith Jr
>
> WITNESS = JOHN CLARKSON
>           CHARLES CLARKSON
>           WILLIAN KENDRICK
>
> ----------------
> if you can connect this children of ENIS MCDANIEL IN 1800 BOURBON CO,KY-
> PLEASE, post any info you have-
> I believe I  have more wills, but, can't CONNECT ALL THOSE MCDANIELS!
> we HAVE  a better change now, maybe?
> BUT, ENIS MCDANIEL is the one I need info on, because of connection of
> perhaps being here in 1776 when BOTH? made improvements to land they
> owned here in 1798!
>
> SLEEP GOOD-
> marie, iowa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Since you mention family Bible.  I own John S. McDaniel's Bible.
 First entries by him (prob just before he went to CWAR.  No
publication date on Bible, unfortunately. Have his pix too.  Later
entries by daughters Sarah Frances (McDaniel) Mitchell and my
greatgrandmother Viola.  Not all truthful.  My greatgrandmother's
wedding backdated so it would not be known that she was pregnant by
Joseph Nance when married.  Have wedding record, so .... Some other
possible errors but most info good, as I have checked them out.
     Want to find Morgan Bryant's Bible.  Jennie McDaniel (actually
Huston but adopted) Thompson had it.  She's dead.  Looking for
possible descendant/relative who might have.
     Let me know if I did not send you an article on IN McDaniel
family that I sent/had published in Marion Co IN.  Have on disk and
can send.  Descriptive but it might help.
Sherry


Replying here "off the top of my head."  Probably will forget
some of what I want to say.  If the chart "possibility" of John
Sellers and Elizabeth Finley bother you, by all means remove.  I do
not find as far-fetched as you.  Dunno I can easily list all reasons.
 Would REALLY like to know if the James Thompson who signed the
Harrison Co will is the same as the one who signed Mack's sale and
married Ben to Nancy Fee.  There are also Thompsons early on in
Shelby Co--including several of same names found in Bracken.  Sheldon
Thompson (how related?) was adm. of James William McDaniel's will in
Shelby.  Adopted dau of James R. and Sarah Elizabeth (Bryant)
McDaniel married a Robert Neil Thompson.  He reportedly from TX, so
don't know if same family.  Next, I note the Ruth and Elizabeth
Sellers who appear on the sale of Ben and Ann/Nancy to John Sellers
in Bracken 1832.  Could be coincidental that Mary, Ruth, Elizabeth
all on will of 1798.  I do note also that a Ruth married 1797, close
to Mary, and she married a Perkins.  We have Perkins-Dowell-King
relatives.  At least some of the Dowell-King from Loudoun and
Fauquier were in Harrison.  Have papers of Jesse King--don't know
precisely how he relates to my John, but his son Commodore Perry King
came to Shelby Co IL.  Also recall reading in Monte's papers that
John had brother Isaac who was killed at Germantown.  Suggest some
relationship to Bracken Sellers family's.  Mack appears to have moved
around some; maybe John too.  Know my King families crossed several
county borders.
     As for the "Who's in the household?" question, I believe it to
be John, John Jr., young James, two wives and five daughters,
including Elizabeth, Monte's ancestor.  Honestly, I cannot identify
any other females definitely.  Ones that are close to James and
Elizabeth in age belong to the family of Robert/Luann McDaniel.  (I
have bonds and correspondence from descendant.)  The ones that have
John's name on bond are later.  Possibly the other girls married very
late--either that or they died or???
Yes, there is definitely a John and John Jr.  Both names appear on a
marriage bond for one of Mack's daughters early only w/his note of
permission.  Ben is definitely Mack's son.  A sale says so.  Mack and
John Sr. appear to be about same age.  John Jr. older than Ben.  (As
a complete aside--after reading w/glasses, it looks like whoever took
notes wrote that Ben was in Clark [sic] OH, not KY.  Curious to see
if true.  Lots of McDaniel families in Clark Co KY.
     Think John Jr. may be alive and in home of James in 1830 census.
 Have to look again--a friend copied and not too well.  Family
stories (my greatgrandmother) say that James' son John was b. IN but
the family was from KY.  Can't find a land record 1830 for James in
Decatur Co IN where next son James R. was definitely b. 1835.
Speculate that John Sr. may have died abt 1830 and family left for IN.
  Had researcher look for wills/estates but found none.  For the
McDaniel families, she found the two strange sales in 1810--Mack to
Ben for $200 and from Ben to John Jr. for $1.  The 1810 marriages and
George Fee's opposition to slavery may have prompted some of that.
She may not have looked beyond 1830 for McDaniel.  She found the
estate sale for John Sellers 1833 and told me only time he ever
bought.  Thought for long time this was Mary's father.  (Think this
John Sellers' wife's name was Elizabeth also, since an Elizabeth
Sellers bought most of the household stuff.  That could account for
the Ruth and Elizabeth, except that she was not a widow in 1832.
Would like to have that sale.  Maybe Ruth, Elizabeth, and John were
buying.  What census info I have for 1820 shows John Sellers to be
too young to be Mary's father.  Will check your census data which may
be more accurate.  Think you have one 1794 old or dismented [sic].
Sounds like Leonard's brother--demented in 1790.  Any proof he left
PA?  Got Michael's war record (he signed Mack's sale w/James
Thompson) and ruled him out, although he does have a daughter who
married McDonald.  My researcher in Bracken missed Leonard's will,
but I found an extract at Newberry.  Could be, I guess, but nobody
ever named Leonard, and my family was good about naming for relatives.

     A couple of final notes--working from memory--you have a Samuel
Sellers somewhere who is prob. related to the John of Harrison.  Same
birthplace, I think, and he served REV under a Capt. Finley.  Burke
Co NC was Rowan beforehand.  My Wakefields were in both (and SC, and
GA, and VA and MD). Hall from Chatham.  Maybe connected; maybe not.
Not ruling out anything at this point.  Later.  Have to read two
notes from Hermon.
Sherry



 See that a descendant says Ruth Sellers
who m. Mathew Perkins
1797 Bracken (and settled Clermont) is dau of Isaac Sellers.  Isaac
from REV Wash Co PA
militia.  According to Monte's papers, Isaac killed Germantown by
Indians, bro (think so but will
doublecheck) of John of Harrison Co will of 1798.  In the interest of
getting this letter done--once
again, I have King/Dowell in Harrison known to have married Perkins
in Shelby Co IL (I have
next to no Perkins data.).  Another of Isaac's daus m. Alexander
Buchanon.  Buchanon some kind
of relationship to John S. McDaniel.
     Family legend says John was apprenticed to a wagonmaker who also
taught him to read and
write.  He had beautiful handwriting and only one to have it.  He was
Second Lt. Co. "D" 79th IN
Infantry (from Marion Co IN).  His Captain was James Buchanan who
operated a carriagemaking
shop at Indianapolis after the CWAR--have his pension papers.  James
Buchanan was a little
younger than John, so he could not be the man to whom he was
apprenticed.  After John died in
CWAR, a Joseph Buchanan became guardian of minor children for a time.
 Joseph originally in
Marion Co but went to MO.  Children MAY have gone there--not sure.
Family stories say some
relatives in MO.  Think Joseph was James Buchanan's father, but I
don't know for sure.  James
R. McDaniel may also have been involved in the business.  He was
regimental blacksmith and
teamster and did blacksmithing in IL at least.
     Marie--know you do not accept John Sellers of Harrison as father
of Mary who m. John
McDaniel, but this is definitely worth pursuing.  Will try to get
more info when the web is

friendly.
Later all.
Sherry
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


SHERRY - 9-7-1797 Bracken Co, Ky,
Ruth SELLARS, married Matthews PERKINS-
history shows to be daughter of ISAAC SELLERS died/killed indians
Dec/Jan?1790 (some of the probate papers call her Mary) but she did go
to Clermont Co, Ohio as Ruth PERKINS -(I believe we have a little posted
on her family)
SOME of this family may have returned to PA (some were minors in 1790
)AND returned to OHIO and Ky?
Should make a complete chart on where each child married and went- have
info - NOT posted
OHIO chart is good on most of ISAAC SELLERS children and also some
ALLEGHANY CO, PA-(Ohio NOT posted,sorry)

WE need to connect MORE of our BRACKEN CO, KY SELLERS=
I  believe we are talking the JOHN SELLERS died 1833, BRACKEN CO,KY and
people at sale?? (AND I may be missing a file, advise)
JOHN HOLTON, ADM

and I just remember, I forgot to look up - BUT, the old JOHN SELLERS
land laid next to BOYD'S LAND-IN 17--
 believe, it is posted under Early Ky or Bourbon/Bracken Co! sorry-THIS
IS THE JOHN SELLERS am interested in -his kids have to be here!

OK, but, Monte's note, in front of me, under Bracken Co, Ky Probate =
Leonard and Flora SELLERS land with LEWIS BOYD, ADM
------
Only postings I have tonite show=
I believe these are ALL Bracken Co, Ky=

Nancy SELLERS married 1829 Alex HOLTON
Benj MCDANIEL married 1810 Nancy FEE
Nancy SELLERS married 1831 John SIMMS
Henry SELLERS married 1842 Amanda SELLERS (to Brown Co,Oh?)
IF we are discussing the JOHN SELLERS died/sale 1833
and  LAND RECORDS and PROBATE RECORDS of BRACKEN C0, KY 1797/1850?

Geo FEE had daughters Elizabeth and Ruth that married SELLERS
Geo SELLERS had son HENRY CARTER SELLERS
Benjamin McDaniel M1810 Bracken co, Nancy FEE
ELIZABETH SELLERS in 1829, had sister NANCY and MOTHER

1832 Clark Co, Ohio = Ann/Benj MCDANIEL dau? of Geo FEE
(post 1830/40 CLARK CO, OH census for help/info)

1830 BRACKEN CO, KY - hi lites=(and sure MORE)

GEO SELLERS, PAGE 26
CATHERINE SELLERS, PAGE 24
FLORA SELLERS, PAGE 16
JOHN SELLERS, JR, page 7
JOHN SELLERS, SR, PAGE 15
JOSHUA SELLERS, PAGE 37 BRACKEN City
PHILLIP SELERS, PAGE 41 Bracken City

Thomas P. THOMAS, page 15
Spencer RECORDS, page 31 Bracken City (related to Isaac SELLERS,died
1790)
Isaac REYNOLDS, page 2
Samuel POE, PAGAE 8
Wash MCCLANAKEN, PAGE 24
JOHN MCDANIELL, page 37 Bracken City
Robert MCDANIEL, PAGE 31 BRACKEN City
James McDaniel, pagae 31 Bracken City
Jaems McDaniel, page 26, no twn

Catherine HIETHLER, PAGE 17
John HOLTON, page 26
Mary HOLTON, PAGAE 33 BRACKEN cITY

Ann FLEMING, PAGE 16
Peter DESHER, PAGE 5
David BROOKS, PAGE 23
Samuel BLADES, PAGE 24
jAMES BLADES, PAGE 33 BRACKEN CITY
ADAMS,Andrew, page 4
ADAMS, Jamez, page 9
ADAMS, John D, page 41 Bracken City
ADAMS, NATHANIEL, page 12
ADAMS, ROBERT, page 15
ADAMS, WILLIAM, PAGE 5
----------------------------

I  believe we NEED to go back to BRACKEN CO and trace EACH families
kids!
BRACKEN WAS MADE IN 1797 from Campbell, Mason
CAMPBELL 1795 from Harrison,Mason,Scott
MASON 1789 from Bourbon
HARRISON 1794 from Bourbon , Scott
SCOTT 1792 from WOODFORD
WOODFORD 1789 from FAYETTE

We have 2-3 SELLERS had LAND in KY early = WITH land descriptions=
We MUST determine this location of land AND work from county changes and
land transfers  =
HISTORY on the 100 acres on LEE'S CREEK, KY owned by JOHN SELLERS=
ALL land transfers, copies of=

marie, iowa>


 According to Monte's papers, Isaac killed Germantown by
Indians, bro (think so but will
doublecheck) of John of Harrison Co will of 1798

----------------
sherry, thanks,
CANNOT find this info in ANY papers,
advise marie, iowa>


Date:
        Tue, 08 Jul 1997 22:41:58 -0700
  From:
        marie sellers hollinger <mari@netins.net>
    To:
        signpro@abraxis.com
    CC:
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com
 

MONTE-
I don't believe we can PROVE JOHN SELLERS land in 1776 KY
to HARRISON CO (uncle JAMES SELLERS letter?? )

LAND GRANT appears to be FAYETTE CO, KY

LOOKS like FAYETTE CO, KY /MERCER CO/WOODFORD CO, KY

ALSO, I canNOT find an ISAAC SELLERS in WOODFORD CO,KY
(brother to John?) born about 1750?

ISAAC  SELLERS died 1790 HARRISON CO, KY(Records family)came from PA
ISAAC SELLERS died ca 1799
IS there another ISAAC this age here??
msh



Subject:
        SELLERS/MCDANIELS
  Date:
        Fri, 11 Jul 1997 17:28:23, -0500
  From:
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
    To:
        mari@netins.net
 

Marie, Monte, Hermon
     Am trying to put together some very modest-sized packets for all
of you, as well as some
for other correspondents.  Would like to send more, but I'm afraid
that I'll lose track of what I am
doing.  Miscellaneous contents.  Just some comments:
     1.  Monte's papers show a Robert McDaniel family and a Sellers
family at either Ruddle's
or Martin's Station.  Eckert bio of Tecumseh identifies  a John
Sellers as captive.  THINK he was
from Martin's Station.  If so, what John?  Is this the one who died
1798?
     2.  A Robert McDaniel family in Bracken.  Monte sent some info
from correspondent, and
I have very old data from a descendant. Think there are major
differences in info.  Descendant's
info says family was at Strode's/Stroud's Station.  Family from PA
probably.  Same family as at
Ruddle's/Martin's probable.  Never found connection in Bracken Co to
John or Mack McDaniel.
Have some marriage data for the children of Robert and Luann.  Next
packet maybe.  Outside
chance of contact through a King (not my direct) who married Mathews.
 Pretty tenuous.  I need
to exhume info and try to find my old correspondent.  Will take some
time.  Copies later.  Dunno
about Eneas.  No connection to either John or Robert that I can find
so far.
     3.  Still think we should pursue the John/will of 1798.  Have
found some WFT info on
Finley which makes possible.
     4.  As for Isaac Sellers--at the moment, I would like to
concentrate on the one who died in
1790.  He is supposed to be brother of John/will of 1798.
     5.  Monte's papers show two land grants for John Sellers.  Marie-
-think you said info
posted, and I believe that you do list a mention of one of these land
grants, but I do not find the
other.  Did I miss something?  Also, there is no land description,
plat, or other.  Could any of this
be extant?  Pursuing.
     6.  Trying to get will of Elizabeth Sellers of 1829 (date from
memory) Bracken.
     7.  Some Finley data of interest, but I won't get into yet.
     Again packets will be skinny, but I hope to get out this weekend-
-to arrive next week.
Sherry
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



ubject:
        SELLERS/MCDANIELS
  Date:
        Fri, 11 Jul 1997 20:39:14, -0500
  From:
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
    To:
        mari@netins.net
 

Marie,
     Knew that I was missing a Sellers from Shelby Co IL area--
Charles Sellers/Sellars.  He's from
the family of Morgan Bryant.  Morgan is important to me.  Morgan's
sister, Nancy Bryan (no "t")
m. William Bennett.  Close relative (cousin?) Permelia Bryan m.
William S. King.  William King is
Carolyn King's link to my King family.  Morgan Bryant married first
Melinda Eaton and had two
sons--William C. Bryant who married E. Louisa Francis [sic] Dodson
and Samuel who married
Elizabeth Powell.
     After Melinda/Malinda Eaton died, Morgan married Urana Madden in
Champaign Co IL.
Have never linked her Madden family to any earlier place or time, so
I have no idea how they
met..  According to Urana's obituary, Morgan and Urana had 5
children:  Melinda, Lydia, James,
Sarah, Mary.  Lydia and James must have died young.  Melinda married
Thomas Lewis Sellers,
and they had children also named Liddia A. and James B. who died
young.  Sarah married James
R. McDaniel (bro to my John S.).  Apparently Mary married a Sellers
since she is listed as mother
of only two surviving grandchildren in Urana's obit.  They are Mrs.
Mary Moore and Mr. Charles
Sellars.  Will send obit.
     Eaton family from MD to IN.  Bryan/Bryant from Fayette/Owen Co
KY to Decatur/Marion
Co IN with McDaniel family before IL.  Don't know if related to
Boone/Bryan clan or if Morgan
was just named for Morgan Bryan.
Sherr
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



ubject:
        SELLERS/MCDANIELS
  Date:
        Fri, 11 Jul 1997 20:44:23, -0500
  From:
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
    To:
        mari@netins.net
 

Marie,
     Forgot to add commentary on your 1810 census.  Yes, I think
after marriage this is Benjamin McDaniel and wife Nancy/Ann? Fee
w/father Mack McDaniel and John McDaniel and wife Mary/Polly Sellers
w/father John.  Mack had married Nicy Stout in 1803--obviously not
mother of children.  No idea who John McDaniel Sr.'s wife was.  Note
that Ben had gotten married in 1810 and there was sale/transfer of
property from Mack to Ben to John Jr.  Very curious.
Sherry



Subject:
        SELLERS/MCDANIELS
  Date:
        Sat, 12 Jul 1997 00:20:24 -0700
  From:
        marie sellers hollinger <mari@netins.net>
    To:
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com
    CC:
        signpro@abraxis.com
 

SHERRY, thanks

THANKS FOR SHARING-

MARTINS STATION = BOURBON CO (NO DATE)
STRODES STATION = CLARK CO (NO DATE)

RUDDLES STATION = memory= I believe BOUBRON CO where =

------------
WILL OF JOHN SELLERS 1798 HARRISON CO, KY=
yes - we NEED to prove where married and WHERE did we go-
We do have a few to INDIANA
--------
make A CHART ON EACH CHILD AND = where went= WOULD HELP!

WE do have his will listed under? John 1798 or Harrison co KY - but,
probably NO kids linked yet, believe, we have a couple to Ind?
---------------
DON'T BELIEVE he is old enough to have a child born 1781 (MARY SELLERS
married 1800 to McDaniel)- ALSO, her HUSBAND = JOHN MCDANIEL should have
a will/estate - she is a widow in 1850 -
---------
BUT, my will/estates DON'T go to 1850??
SO, we read our info , but its NOT new enough/or NOT there!
AND I don't believe we know ALL HER CHILDREN-=
(MARY SELLERS MCDANIELS children =(married 1800 to JOHN MCDANIEL)
-----------
NEED each childs will and list of children/marriages to prove-McDaniels-
THATS worse than SELLERS- maybe NOT, if info/wills are there!
---------------

ISAAC SELLERS died 12/1790 MASON CO, KY?(memory)(RECORDS HISTORY)

living children are proven thro probate court in Ky and
Allegany/Washington Co. Pa
and sons Samuel and Isaac to Ohio(Fayette Co?)
and ALL? children linked, I believe-
------------

NEED a MARY SELLERS/JOHN MCDANIEL chart -
where each year??
I believe this is MARY SELLERS MCDANIEL BORN 1781 PA in 1850?NICHOLAS
CO, KY- NOT PROVEN - just traced thro son=
YES, we need a JOHN MCDANIEL will - i DO HAVE  one, didn't look tonite,
but DON'T think this county-WE DO NEED- MANY- ALL -to trace these JOHN
MCDANIELS and kids!
---------------
MY Robert mcdaniel WILL = ROBERT DANIEL - sorry-
--------------
YES, Monte, gave us dates #'s for SELLERS info in Bracken? Co,Ky
and we MAY need originals to prove info!
-----------
MY goodness sakes, this is NOT much of a letter/answer-
KIND of a reply-
------------
HARRISON CO, KY = was BOURBON/SCOTT co in  1794

 must know LAND areas !
I will try and repost the original KY land entries - that connect to
JOHN SELLERS
WM MCDANIELS, I belive (memory) was only one listed?
--------
marie, iowa
 

Alton Penitentiary
     Alton - on Mississippi just north of St.Louis
     smallest Illinois prison
     escapes were not uncommon



Just letting you know that Alton was
the first State Penitentiary.  Accepted prisoners from 1833-1857 when
prisoners were transferred to Joliet (which is still in existence).
You were right!  Hmm.  What does it mean?
     I have to look over the land transfer/sale again.  Looks like
estate of Joshua?  And/or Nancy a widow?  Moses is clearly alive,
anyway.  Found John Hume--four public domain land purchases in Shelby
Co. in 1837. One says John Crawford Hume.
     Later.
Sherry


SHERRY - I was thinking this was probably his part/SHARE of his father,
ROBERT SELLERS - but=

(SOMEWHERE, I posted the Indiana land grants and I don't see on our web?

1821 Franklin twp, Wash Co, Ind= John Sellers, tract book entry =
NE 1/4 , SEC 30, TWN 2 NORTH, RANGE 5 EAST

1817 Franklin twn, Wash Co,Ind = Robert Sellers = SE 1/4 ,SEC 30, TWP
2nr5e-

UNLESS, the land grants show more land for Robert Sellers, and I know
there was MORE than one GRANT, but, don't remember if same SEC of 1/4-

The land on ROBERT AND NANCY SELLERS sale/deed would equal what his
brother JOHN SELLERS deeded him in 1837/41 and his other 10
brothers/sisters/heirs = 1/11th part

I WOULD feel a lot better having ALL original papers, instead of
extracts-but, JOHN SELLERS died 1837/41 did will/deed this land to 11
heirs  and LATER when some brothers/sisters died/ their 1/6th part
thereof to children of same!
(1847 JOSHUS SELLERS, dec/d ,sons ( heirs) John Y. and James Sellers
= 1/6 of 1/ll part thereof, )Washington Co, In-

MUST COPY same to board= 5 ENTRIES =

NEED a SCANNER-
marie, iowa



Date:
        Fri, 1 Aug 1997 02:11:38, -0500
  From:
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
    To:
        mari@netins.net
 

Hermon, Monte, Marie,

     Still pursuing Sellers/McDaniel data.  Hoping for some
additional info on the Elizabeth Sellers
will of 1829, the Benjamin McDaniel sale of 1832, and any John
McDaniel will 1830-50, if it
exists in Bracken Co.  Hope to have within 1-2 weeks.  Some brief
info:
     Earl Ross on Prodigy says no Fee in either Clark Co KY or OH in
1830.  No Benjamin
McDaniel in either.  In 1830, Clark Co KY, there was an Alexander
McDaniel (Winchester Twp.)
and a George McDaniel.  Know some Clark Co KY McDaniel names are from
Delaware
McDonald/McDaniel lines, according to some BB Archives files I copied
before Prodigy
eliminated them.  I have a supposed VERY distant relationship to them
through Wakefield
surname.

     Monte--this may be where the Reno, NV researcher can help.  He
has the DE line of
McDonald/McDaniel.  Waiting for Bracken sale papers to pursue.  Also,
I am intrigued by
Robinson Sellers (love a mystery).  Any possibility that
Robinson=Robertson?
     Also, we know that John McDaniel and Mary Sellers had two
children--James and
Elizabeth.  Census records seem to indicate more daughters, at least.
 I have records of marriage
bonds in the 1830's for females signed by a John McDaniel, but the
time gap (my James m. 1822)
seems extraordinary.  Remind me to list them--don't think I have done
so yet.  Do you have any
other Bracken records of McDaniel marriage records in the 1820's?

          Hermon--note that abstract of Valentine McDaniel's REV WAR
record indicates that he
served one month in Springer's Co. He was serving from Westmoreland
Co PA at the time.
Although this is probably not the same Springer that the John
McDaniel served under (Jacob
Springer rather than Uriah?), it's an interesting coincidence that
Springer appears in both records.
Also, although I can prove only John King in Bedford Co PA, there
were Springers in same Co.
     Maybe not related, and you probably know this already, but the
VA records show Michael
Sellers commanded by Major A. Kirkpatrick.  Says see papers 1785.
Michael's voucher 1784. If
this could be your wife's Kirkpatrick, see Land Office Patents and
Grants.  Andrew Kirkpatrick
had 600A on the little Wolf Glade adj. Land of Enoch Moore and George
Lemon.--Monongalia
Co.
          Marie--still pursuing Robert Sellers' line in Shelby Co IL.
 Would you liike a description of
Alton Penitentiary for the website?  I have a Rodman (experienced)
researcher name, and will
write him.  He has Wakefield in-law, maybe Wakefield ancestry--not
sure.  Have seen his name
many times--just not corresponded.  Will do now.  Wakefields in NC
like Robert Sellers family.
They were also in PA, although the WAKEFIELD MEMORIAL has mistakes in
the lines of
descent.  I believe that Sellers of NC are related to Sellers of PA,
although I could be wrong.
Hard to believe that I have two unrelated Sellers.  Many family lines
converge in Shelby Co IL.
Unfortunately, I learned today that Mike Wakefield, who was very
effective in correcting the past
errors, passed away this month.  I will miss him.

SHERRY


From: 
        HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
    To: 
        hermfagley@juno.com, mari@netins.net, signpro@abraxis.com


Marie, Monte, Hermon,

     Used the VA index of Patents and Grants to look up the John 
Sellers grants.  Extended to
James Power(s) and another Powers who apparently belongs to James 
Power.  Looked for names
on John Sellers will of 1798--James Thompson, John Adams, William 
Adams.  Did not look for
James Brown.  Copied Fayette/Bourbon but also some from Lincoln, 
since I definitely found a
James Thompson w/both John and William Adams as neighbors.  Found all 
the Eneas McDaniel I
could (under several spellings).  Also copied a few other McDaniel.  
Have lots more, but here are
the most important.

JOHN SELLERS
23 MAY 1786
FAYETTE CO KY--400A. On the north side of the south fork of Licking
Grants Z, p. 545

JOHN SELLERS AND JAMES POWER
22 MAR 1786
FAYETTE CO KY--1000A.  On the north side of the south fork of Licking 
adjacent to said
Sellers Settlement
Grants W, p. 469

JAMES POWER
10 JULY 1785
FAYETTE CO KY--400A. On the north branch of the south fork of Licking 
waters of Hinksonts
[sic] fork adjacent David Marshall
Grants S, p. 64

JAMES POWER
10 JULY 1785
FAYETTE CO KY--1000A.  On the north branch of the south fork of 
Licking waters of
Hinksons fork adjacent William Nesbitts Preemption and William Steels 
Settlement
Grants S, p. 224

JAMES POWERS
21 NOV 1785
FAYETTE CO KY--1000A. On the waters of north fork of Elkhorn on a 
large Buffaloe Road
leading from the Big Crossing to Drinnins Lick
Grants S, p. 533

JAMES POWERS
2 DEC 1785
FAYETTE CO KY--560A. On the south side Hingstons fork of Licking 
adjacent Samuel
Nessbitts Preemption.


JAMES POWER
2 DEC 1785
JEFFERSON CO KY--1112A.  Not copied.

JAMES POWERS
JEFFERSON CO KY--(another one).  Not copied.

JEREMIAH POWER
12 MAY 1786
FAYETTE CO KY--314A. On waters of Hinkstons fork of Licking on the 
north side which
empties in near the Lower Salt Spring
Grants Z, p. 654

JEREMIAH POWER
25 MAY 1791
FAYETTE CO KY--224A. On waters of a Creek which empties into Licking 
on the north side
between the upper and lower Blue Licks
Grants 24, p. 153

ENEAS MCDONALD
10 JAN 1786
FAYETTE CO KY--1000A. On Townsends Run adjacent land of William 
Miller and John
Machan
Grants Y, p. 18

ENEAS MCDONNELL
19 SEPT 1787
FAYETTE CO KY--1000A. On Townsends Run adjacent land of William 
Miller, John Melton,
George and Samuel Givens
Grant info not copied

ENEAS MCDONALD
20 MAY 1790
BOURBON CO KY--250A. On the west side of Big Sandy adjacent William 
Robinson and Co
15246 acres survey
Grants 23, p. 217

JAMES THOMPSON
9 FEB 1789
BOURBON CO KY--1000A. On waters of Hinkstons fork of Licking adjacent 
Thompsons
Improvement
Grant info not copied



JAMES THOMPSON
2 GRANTS JEFFERSON CO KY--Not copied

WILLIAM ADAMS AND RICHARD ADAMS
27 FEB 1786
FAYETTE CO KY--20,000A (Don't recall if any land description.  
Nothing more copied)

JOHN ADAMS
15 MAR 1790
BOURBON CO KY--2003A. Beginning where Francis Woolfolks line of his 
1000A survey
crosses Salt Spring Fork.


Note: Probably not the same people as in Fayette/Bourbon, but a James 
Thompson also had
several grants in Lincoln Co. KY.  One of 1788 says west side of Salt 
River adjacent William
Adams settlement George McAfee.  William Adams grant says basically 
same thing.  Another of
Thompson's grants refers to Silver Creek.  John Adams had a grant in 
Lincoln on Silver Creek.  
Yet another of Thompson's Lincoln Co grants of 1783 refers to Dicks 
River.  I found the
following interesting, since I think Mack McDaniel/McDonald may have 
been in Lincoln Co in
1783.

JAMES MCDANIEL
1 JUNE 1782
LINCOLN CO KY--1400A. On Gilberts Creek

JAMES MCDANIEL
17 DEC 1783
LINCOLN CO KY--400A. On Dicks River and on both sides of Gilberts 
Creek

JAMES MCDANIEL
17 DEC 1783
LINCOLN CO KY--1000A. Adjacent his settlement of 400 acres on the 
north and east

Other McDaniel/McDonald of interest:
(Because of mention of Vaughan and early date)
JOHN MCDANIEL
16 AUG 1756
LUNENBURG CO VA--264A. On branches of Timber Tree Branch adjacent 
Vaughan, Russell,
&c.

(Because of mention of King)
DANIEL MCDONALD
1 JUNE 1782
KENTUCKY CO--1000A. On Ohio River adjacent William King
Grants G, p. 17

(Copied following because same name/date as above)
DANIEL MCDONALD AND DANIEL MONROE
1 JUNE 1782
AUGUSTA CO--70A. On Stuarts Creek above and near the land of Van 
Swearingen
Grants F 1781-2, p. 517

BRYAN MCDONALD
1 APR 1785
FAYETTE CO KY--400A. On west fork of Howard's Creek

     There is more of interest, but this should do for now.
Sherry







marie sellers hollinger wrote: >  > SHERRY MAZZETTI wrote: > > > > Marie, > >      Will make this very brief.  Do not know Eneas McDaniel or his > > relationship to a John Sellers, and I have quite a bit of McDaniel > > info.  No Eneas in the family that I know of.  Only early McDaniels I > > am positive of are Mack and John of Bracken Co.  I have some clues as > > to origins and relatives but nothing certain yet.  More about > >---------------------- > SHERRY - thanks- >  > BOURBON CO, KY COURT RECORDS/SCOTT"S PAPERS >  > exact wording from above records (plus many other names) >  > JOHN SELLERS in 1798 states he made improvements to his land in 1776, > ENEAS MCDANIEL AND SON, same - (nothing in between names/sentence) >  > PETITIONS OF EARLY INHABITANTS OF KY >  > #33 = 10/26/1786 = INHABITANTS OF BOURBON CO= >                    ENIS MCDANIEL >                    NATHANIEL SELLERS >  > #49 =              NOT TO DIVIDE BOURBON CO= >                    JOHN MCDANIEL >                    ENIS MCDANIEL > #52= Sept,1788     Inhabitants of Fayette Co-conceive division of our >                    county-live long way from Lexington >                    MACK MCDANIEL >  > #55= 8/1790 = Inhabitants of Bourbon Co, Ky Petition, SOUTH of main > Licking >               JOHN MCDANIEL >               ENIS MCDANIEL >  > #56=7/1788 = (you'd think those numbers would be in order? msh) >              to establish warehouse on South Fork of Licking Creek for >              a tobacco warehouse >              John McDaniel >  > #60          APPOINT CLOSER COURT - one at Lexington/Fayette Co >              and one at Bairds Towns/Nelson Co >              JOHN MC DANIEL >  > #77          PETITION OF INHABITANTS LIVING ON Waters of STONER > and                   Hinsksons forks of LICKING - not enough water for > grist >              mills >              JOHN MCDANIEL >              MCDANIEL. SAMUEL (MACK DANIEL) >              (exact spelling, wording, spacing,brackets) >  > Only a few pages of info - but, that land MAY HELP- I kinda thought > another land description,but, thats all I have here- >  > ABOUT NOW IS WHEN COUNTY LINES CHANGE AND WHOEVER LIVED ON THIS SIDE WAS > ONE COUNTY AND WHOEVER LIVED ON OTHER SIDE OF THE LINE IS A DIFFERANT > COUNTY AND we have problems connecting same- probably SAME families! > ---------------- >  > BOURBON CO, WILLS =Will Book B, page 165, dated 8-2--1802, recorder > Sept, 1802= >  > ENEAS MCDANIEL >  > wife = Isabella > son, Alexanader > son, John > son, Rowland > son, Robert > son, Francis > dau, Jane Devore > heir,no relation reported = George Givens > "     "    "        "     = Benjamin Kendrick > "     "    "        "     = Charles Smith Jr >  > WITNESS = JOHN CLARKSON >           CHARLES CLARKSON >           WILLIAN KENDRICK >  > ---------------- > if you can connect this children of ENIS MCDANIEL IN 1800 BOURBON CO,KY- > PLEASE, post any info you have- > I believe I  have more wills, but, can't CONNECT ALL THOSE MCDANIELS! > we HAVE  a better change now, maybe? > BUT, ENIS MCDANIEL is the one I need info on, because of connection of > perhaps being here in 1776 when BOTH? made improvements to land they > owned here in 1798! >  > SLEEP GOOD- > marie, iowa