Theophilus Jackson DANIEL, 18201865 (aged 44 years)

Name
Theophilus Jackson /DANIEL/
Given names
Theophilus Jackson
Surname
DANIEL
Birth
Birth of a sister
Martha DANIEL
about 1822 (aged 1 year)
Birth of a brother
Citation details: Film # 2050997, Digital GS # 4165770, image # 90, death certificate for John Adam Daniel
Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Baptism of a brother
Marriage
Citation details: Letter dated 10 Aug 2000
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Birth of a son
Citation details: mailed 10 Aug 2000
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Source: Herwig
Birth of a daughter
Citation details: 10 Aug 2000
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Birth of a daughter
Citation details: 10 Aug 2000
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Birth of a son
Citation details: 10 Aug 2000
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Birth of a son
Citation details: 10 Aug 2000
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Baptism of a brother
Citation details: e-mail 27 Oct 2007
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Birth of a daughter
Citation details: 10 Aug 2000
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Source: Herwig
Birth of a daughter
Citation details: 10 Aug 2000
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Military
CSA, Co H, 59Th Reg., Alabama Infantry
Death
Cause of death: typhoid fever contracted in CSA
Source: Herwig
Burial
Citation details: p. 93
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Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriageabout 1803
3 years
elder brother
18051850
Birth: about 1805South Carolina, USA
Death: before 1850Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
5 years
elder brother
18081899
Birth: between 1808 and 1809Georgia, USA
Death: September 28, 1899Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
3 years
elder sister
3 months
elder brother
18111882
Birth: March 3, 1811Washington County, Georgia, USA
Death: May 18, 1882Van Zandt County, Texas, USA
20 months
elder brother
18121900
Birth: October 26, 1812Georgia, USA
Death: September 4, 1900Fort Deposit, Lowndes, Alabama, USA
2 years
elder sister
5 years
elder brother
18161879
Birth: between 1816 and 1818Georgia, USA
Death: 1879Wadeville, Navarro, Texas, USA
17 months
elder sister
18171891
Birth: May 25, 1817Alabama, USA
Death: July 7, 1891Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
9 months
elder brother
Uncle Leonard Daniel
18181902
Birth: February 11, 1818Alabama, USA
Death: March 6, 1902Mexia, Limestone, Texas, USA
2 years
himself
18201865
Birth: July 9, 1820Honoraville, Crenshaw, Alabama, USA
Death: July 1865Butler/Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
3 years
younger sister
18221914
Birth: about 1822Alabama, USA
Death: between 1908 and 1914Rutledge, Crenshaw, Alabama, USA
4 years
younger brother
John Adams Daniel
18251913
Birth: October 8, 1825Butler County, Alabama, USA
Death: October 15, 1913Waco, McLennan, Texas, USA
23 months
younger brother
18271865
Birth: August 30, 1827
Death: March 28, 1865Appomattox, Appomattox, Virginia, USA
3 years
younger sister
18301866
Birth: about 1830Alabama, USA
Death: between 1865 and 1866Texas, USA
Family with Martha Ann BELL
himself
18201865
Birth: July 9, 1820Honoraville, Crenshaw, Alabama, USA
Death: July 1865Butler/Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
wife
18271876
Birth: September 23, 1827Honoraville, Crenshaw, Alabama, USA
Death: February 21, 1876
Marriage MarriageJanuary 7, 1847Alabama, USA
1 year
son
18471865
Birth: December 20, 1847
Death: April 1865Mobile, Mobile, Alabama, USA
2 years
daughter
18491875
Birth: December 22, 1849Alabama, USA
Death: 1875
22 months
daughter
18511899
Birth: October 21, 1851Alabama, USA
Death: February 22, 1899Tallahassee, Leon, Florida, USA
4 years
son
3 years
son
James Edward Daniel
18581899
Birth: May 29, 1858Honoraville, Butler, Alabama, USA
Death: August 29, 1899Lowndes County, Alabama, USA
3 years
daughter
18601936
Birth: November 30, 1860Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
Death: January 12, 1936Whistler, Mobile, Alabama, USA
3 years
daughter
18621948
Birth: between January 16, 1862 and 1863Alabama, USA
Death: September 18, 1948
MarriageDaniel, James
Citation details: Letter dated 10 Aug 2000
Quality of data: primary evidence
MarriageBible, copy in file
DeathHerwig
BurialTheophilus Daniel Cem., sometimes called Simmerly Cem. (CEMcD notes): A.P. and Nevada Daniel's dates (Row 1)
Citation details: p. 93
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NoteHeritageQuest Online
Citation details: 1860 census, Friendship, Butler, prec. 6, Alabama, Series: M653 Roll: 3 Page: 241
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Shared note

(The 1850 Butler Co., AL census also showed Eliza Majors 30 f Ga., & James Rogers 30 m AL living in this household.) "Had a large family, Milton, the oldest son, was killed in the Civil War." There are estate papers, showing names and ages of the children, but the year doesn't appear. Ed. Bell, Martha Ann's father administered the estate (surety). Edward Bell Bible record, filed DAR library in file cabinet, for births & marriage with only the dates shown here. Papers in file. Grave listing only "Co. H, 59 Ala CSA". In 1853 he paid taxes consisting of 50 cents as a white male and 25 cents as the owner of a clock as well as taxes on 320 acres of land. He was enlisted May 16, 1862 at Montgomery, AL by Capt Glasgow. On report Hospital, Greenville, AL, Feb 10, 1864. Wounded & admitted to Madison Hosp., Montgomery, May 28, 1864, Wounded & adm. to Hosp in Richmond, VA on June 30, 1864, wounded again & adm. to General Hosp, Howard's Grove, VA on July 1, 1864, and on July 10 to hosp. at Lynchburg, VA. Readmitted to Hospital at Richmond, VA. Dec. 11, 1864. Info given by Frances (Aunt Frankie) Olivia (Daniel) Banks: "Theophilus Jackson Daniel was born at Honoraville, Alabama about 16 miles east of Greenville, AL. He joined the Confederate Army in 1861, Volunteer Co, Hillard's Legion A.V.C. Had measles and pneumonia. When well returned to Montgomery where he became a nurse at the hospital. After surrender, he returned home and died shortly afterwards from hardships in the army. He is buried at Honoraville, AL in a solid brick tomb about 3 feet high. A Rosemary bush by the grave. Jackson had a big cedar press. People from all over the country brought apples to be pressed. Aunt Frankie has (date not known) Grandpa Jackson's first knife when a little boy. He gave the knife to grandmother Penelope to cut her tobacco for her pipe. She sent it to aunt Frankie. (Great) Grandma was Penelope Veasey (error). Her place was burned. She did not have sisters. Her children: Elias, Able, William, John, Theo, Zack, Joe, Jim, Leonard. She lived to be nearly 100 years old - reared 15 children. Theopholus Jackson made a chair. After his death it was used by Grandma. Emma Baxter, grandma's niece, used the chair. She died of T. B. (Penny or Emma?) Grandma Daniel, Martha Ann Bell made a quilt. Grandpa raised the cotton and the quilt was made of spun cotton and weaved (sic) by negra slaves (1850). Two story house was built by Theo. Jackson for himself. Had a large rock chimney about 8 ft wide."

Butler Co., AL Probate Record, Book 7, Page 522 contains the following record: This day comes Mrs. Martha A. Daniel and makes application to be appointed administrator on estate of T. J. Daniel, alleging that she is the wife of said decedent, he departed life more than 15 days since, leaving property about the value of $15,000.00, the heirs of said deceased residing with said Martha A. Daniel, having given bond in the sum of $30,000.00, with Edward bill and James L. Dunklin as her securities, approved as good an sufficient by the court, Martha is appointed administrator. Feb. 11, 1865, Book 7, Page 609. (Provided by James Daniel, mail 10 Aug 2000.) There seems to be some question as to the date of death. The dates listed for hospitalization, and the will do not agree with the death date given. Census: 1860, Friendship, Butler, precinct 6, Alabama, Series: M653 Roll: 3 Page: 241 1725/1725, T. J. Daniel, 41, m, farmer, 3440, 1220, AL M. A. Daniel, 34, f, AL M. B. Daniel, 12, m, AL, attended school Mary Daniel, 10, f, AL, attended school Susan Daniel, 8, f, AL, attended school S. Daniel, 6, m, AL E. Daniel, 3, m, AL