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Descendants of William Dailey


3. EDMUND2 DAILEY (WILLIAM1) (Source: Raymond M. Kuehne.) was born December 14, 1774 in Rowan County, NC (Source: Raymond M. Kuehne.), and died Unknown in 40 miles from Hamilton, Ohio (Source: Ruth Camarata.). He married ANNA EMERY Abt. 1790 in N.C. or VA (Source: Ruth Camarata.). She was born November 16, 1777 in Virginia (Source: Ruth Camarata.), and died December 02, 1859 in Amboy Miami County, Indiana (Source: Ruth Camarata.).

Notes for E
DMUND DAILEY:
The information about Edmund and Anna and their family came from Denise Trued who found it on Volume 5 Family Tree No. 1775 and was submitted by Ruth Camarata who lives in Indiana.
Ruth also wrote that Edmond died 40 miles from Hamilton, Ohio.

From Ruth Camarata - July 13, 1999. Ruth gave the following sources that she used:
1) Major source: "John Pond of North Carolina" compiled by Rachel Adams Cloud Pond. Ex-regent, Pierre Van Cortland Chapter DAR & Chaplain (Col.) Clifton Ray Pond, D.D. Member, Empire State Soc., SAR (New York 1965) p. 125, 126
2) Masterson, Deborah, "Ancestors of Deborah Gail Masterson" (Copied from the Internet, June 14, 1998), FamilyTree Maker User Home Page, Generation No. 6
3) Information on Sarah Dailey from Dorothe Conrey Turley e-mailed on May 30, 1998

Notes for A
NNA EMERY:
Anna Emery may have been born in Rowan County, N.C.
     
Children of E
DMUND DAILEY and ANNA EMERY are:
  i.   MARY3 DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. December 13, 1792, North Carolina (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.
  ii.   JACOB DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. January 26, 1796 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown; m. SARAH CROSS? (Source: Ruth Camarata.), September 04, 1854, Darke County, Ohio (Source: Ruth Camarata.); b. 1837 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. December 12, 1872, Amboy Miami County, Indiana (Source: Ruth Camarata.).
15. iii.   WILLIAM DAILEY, b. September 10, 1801, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1871.
16. iv.   HANNAH DAILEY, b. May 15, 1803, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
  v.   CHARLES DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. July 30, 1804, North Carolina (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown; m. MARY NICKUM (Source: Ruth Camarata.), September 24, 1830 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.
  vi.   JAMES DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. January 15, 1806, North Carolina (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. September 04, 1880, Jackson Twp., Miami County, Indiana (Source: Ruth Camarata.); m. ELIZABETH NICCUM (Source: Ruth Camarata.), November 30, 1833, Darke County, Ohio (Source: Ruth Camarata.); b. December 14, 1813, Ohio (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. September 02, 1880, Jackson Twp., Miami County, Indiana (Source: Ruth Camarata.).
17. vii.   EDMUND DAILEY, b. September 30, 1807, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
18. viii.   DAVID DAILEY, b. March 15, 1809; d. Unknown.
  ix.   ERWIN DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. 1810 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.
19. x.   REHANNAH DAILEY, b. January 20, 1811, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
  xi.   NANCY DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. August 01, 1812 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown; m. THOMAS BRADSHAW (Source: Ruth Camarata.), March 22, 1832 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.
  xii.   ABRAM DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. October 26, 1815 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown; m. LEONA BRISTOL (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.
20. xiii.   ELIZABETH DAILEY, b. April 24, 1816, North Carolina, TN or VA; d. September 18, 1875, Cass County, Indiana.
21. xiv.   SARAH DAILEY, b. November 05, 1818, Tennessee; d. January 08, 1891, Wilson County, Kansas.
  xv.   DELILAH DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. August 12, 1819 (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown; m. ROBERTS? (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.
  xvi.   MALINDA? DAILEY (Source: Ruth Camarata.), b. Abt. 1821; d. Unknown; m. ALLEN (Source: Ruth Camarata.); d. Unknown.


4. MARY (POLLY)2 DAILEY (WILLIAM1) (Source: Jim Hughes.) was born November 19, 1778 in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina (Source: jim Hughes), and died April 1844 in Schuyler Co., IL (Source: Denise Trued). She married (1) ALEXANDER STEPHENS (Source: Raymond M. Kuehne.) November 01, 1800 in Davidson Co., Rowan, NC (Source: Denise Trued). He was born 1775 in Rowan County, North Carolina (Source: June Barerkman from June B. Shideler.), and died February 07, 1824 in Davidson Co., North Carolina (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".). She married (2) GEORGE NAUGHT OR GEORGE KNOTT/KNAUGHT April 01, 1841 (Source: Denise Trued.). He died Unknown.

Notes for M
ARY (POLLY) DAILEY:
From "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C. - Bowlby, Palmer, Dailey, Todd, Stevens" by June B. Barekman, Genealogist: ...Alexander Stephens died in 1824. "Mary in 1832 moved with part of her family to Schuyler County, Illinois, where she married second, George Knaught."
"State of North Carolina, March Sessions 1824, Page 28, FNCD 2n.

From "Our Bowlby Kin Vol. 1" by June Barekman: "born 1780, Rowan County, NC. Married 1800 Alexander Stephens, a son of Richard Stephens and Martha Robards. He was b. 1775 in Rowan Co., N.C. and died in Davidson Co., N.C. 7 Feb. 1824."

      WILL OF ALEXANDER STEPHENS, SR.
In the name of God Amen. I Alexander Stephens of the County of Rowan, being through the abundant mercies of God though weak in body yet of a sound and prefect understanding and memory, do constitute my last will and testament and desire it to be received of all men as such. I humbly bequeath my soul to God my maker beseeching his most gracious expectance of it through the all sufficient merits and of my most compassionate (illegible) in Jesus Christ (illegible). I give my body to the earth from whence it was taken in full assurance that it will rise again at the resurrection of the great day. As for my burial, I desire it may be decent at the discretion of my wife and executors hereafter named as my to my worldly state. I will and positively order that all my just debts be paid. I will and bequeath all my real and personal property that I now possess to my dear and loving wife, Mary Stephens, to do and dispose of as she thinks proper to raise my children upon while she lives during her widowhood, and then all my estate to be equally divided among all my children, and I do constitute my wife Mary Stephens my sole executor of this, my last will and testament in witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal this 24 of December 1819.
      In the presence of Richard Briggs.
                  (Signed) Alexander Stephens

Also from the same document - "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C. - Bowlby, Palmer, Dailey, Todd, Stevens" by June B. Barekman, Genealogist: "The following facts were copied from Davidson Centennial History, Call #FND2a. "Pursuant to the act of the General Assembly of North Carolina of 1822, the following Justices of the Peace were commissioned with power to organize Davidson County. They were our "Conscript Fathers". John Clemmons, Woodson Daniel, Jonathan Charles, Alexander Stephens, etc.... These gentlemen constituted the first Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions."
"After reading the act of the Legislature which created Davidson County, officers were elected by the County Court as follows: County Clerk David Mock, who won out over Alexander Stephens, James Lowe,
Benjamin Ronnsaville and Burgess Bell contending candidates: to the office of high sheriff James
Wiseman was elected; county attorney, James R. Dodge; Public Resister, Ransom Harris; Entry taker, Joshua Wilson; Coroner, Samuel Farrington; County Surveyor, Ezekial Brown; County Rangers, Andrew Swicegood, Alexander Stephens and Solomon David."


From an email from Janet Boom (jfboom@juno.com) dated October 8, 2000:
The following is from the Journal of the Genealogical Society of Rowan County, NC Volume 14, 2000 No. 2. From James S Brown 3rd, contributed by Erold C. Wiscombe 185 North West Temple #204, SLC, UT 84103.
James S. Brown 3rd Blessing Recorded in Book E, Page 419, No. 536 Written March 8th, 1849...
"17 Ward. Salt Lake City, October 12, 1869. I James S. Brown, Set my Self in my own house with My Mother By My Side and trase Back the geneology of her Father and Mother.
"Alexander Stephens Was Maried in Roan County, State of North Carlina; North America To Poly or Mary Daly Who was Born in the a fore Said county and State. They atatched then Selfs to the Baptes Church and lived and died members of the Same. They Raised a Famley of a 11 children Named as folows; William, then Hanner, and Marthey, then Elizbeth who was my Mother, then John, then Alexamder, then Mary or (Poly), then Davied, then Daniel, Ruhsimah, Susan.
"The Brothers of my Grand Father Alaxander Stephens was Johns, William, James, and Richard; his Sisters was Named Mary or (Poly), Sarah, then Janey. Mary Maried Isaack Coton, they had a Son that was named Sires and dauter that was caled Elizabeth.
"Sarah Maried a many By the Name of Port Nuson, rather a hard man. We Hav not any more a Bout the Branch of ther Famleyh; Side of the Mother is comenced Grand Mother Baleys Fathers Name was William, he Was Borned in Irland.
"William Daly was Born in Irland, came to North America when about 13 years olde and Maried Mary Palmer in North Carlina.
"His famley was Named as follows: Edmon who Maried Anna Rusel, then Charles who Maried for his Second wife Rebecah Cank, William and John and James, then Davied, Hanah who Maried Myre Pain, rather a hard man, Then Sariah who dide when a bout 12 years old, all born in North Carlina.
"The Brothers of Mary Palmer Was James and the Siste Was Rohaamha. She maried Abrahan Pipenger, Then Hanah who maried James Briges, Sarah who maried Alaxander Smith, a hard man, they had a Son by the Name of Edmond and one John and Thomas, then Hanah then Jeney who married a many by the name Thomas Warner, then this is all that I can learn a bout my ancesters and theirs."
     
Children of M
ARY DAILEY and ALEXANDER STEPHENS are:
22. i.   WILLIAM3 STEPHENS, b. November 11, 1801, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. September 16, 1861, Bambridge, Schuyler County, Illinois.
23. ii.   HANNAH STEPHENS, b. November 13, 1803, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. October 28, 1840.
24. iii.   MARTHA STEPHENS, b. October 12, 1806, Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. September 28, 1840, Kingston, Adams Co., Illinois.
  iv.   ELIZABETH STEPHENS (Source: Raymond M. Kuehne.), b. February 10, 1809, Rowan County, North Carolina (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".); d. October 09, 1890, Farmington, Davis County, Utah (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".); m. DANIEL BROWN (Source: Raymond M. Kuehne.), October 08, 1823 (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".); b. June 30, 1804 (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman.); d. February 02, 1875, Calhoun, Harrison Co., Iowa (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman.).
  Notes for ELIZABETH STEPHENS:
From "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C. - Bowlby, Palmer, Dailey, Todd, Stevens" by June B. Barekman, Genealogist: "She was buried Oct. 12, 1890 in Ogden City Cemetery, Weber County."

From "Our Bowlby Kin Vol. 1" by June Barekman: "...She married 8 October 1823 to Daniel Brown, a brother to Capt. James Brown...(husband of her sister, Martha).

25. v.   JOHN STEPHENS, b. March 31, 1811, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. December 03, 1870, Ogden, Weber County, Utah.
26. vi.   ALEXANDER STEPHENS, JR., b. April 13, 1813, Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. September 15, 1894, Wilson Lane, Ogden, Weber Co., Utah.
27. vii.   MARY STEPHENS, b. April 13, 1815, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. July 11, 1905.
28. viii.   DAVID STEPHENS, b. April 04, 1817, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. April 24, 1891, Brown County, Illinois.
29. ix.   DANIEL STEPHENS, b. April 04, 1819, Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina; d. May 18, 1899, Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois.
30. x.   SIMON STEPHENS, b. December 31, 1820, Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1891.
  xi.   RUHANNA "ROWANA" STEPHENS (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".), b. December 31, 1822, Rowan County, North Carolina (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".); d. Bef. 1890 (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".); m. JAMES GADDIS (Source: Raymond M. Kuehne.), February 09, 1841, Schuyler Co., IL (Source: "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C.".); d. Unknown.
  Notes for RUHANNA "ROWANA" STEPHENS:
From "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C. - Bowlby, Palmer, Dailey, Todd, Stevens" by June B. Barekman, Genealogist: "Nine children."

There are many children listed in a report from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

From material furnished by Harevy Sheppard: "Roanah or Rowannan Stephens...parents of nine children.......They settled in Schuyler County, Illinois, near Rushville."



5. JAMES2 DAILEY, SR. (WILLIAM1) (Source: Jim Hughes.) was born Abt. 1785 in Rowan County, North Carolina (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman), and died Abt. 1853 in Clinton County, Indiana (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman.). He married (1) ELIZABETH. She was born in Rowan County, NC, and died Unknown. He married (2) RACHEL. She died Unknown.

Notes for J
AMES DAILEY, SR.:
James was born around 1778 in Sussex, New Jersey, according to Jim Hughes. He then went to North Carolina and then to Washington County, Indiana. According to James C. Hughes: "James Dailey (son of William and Mary) and his brother Charles, moved to Washington County in southern Indiana, where Peter was born to James & ______ Dailey.

Denise Trued has James married to Sarah.

From "Our Bowlby Kin, Vol 1" by June Barekman: "James Dailey, born ca 1785, Rowan County, North Carolina, a brother to Charles Dailey and a son of William and Mary (Palmer) Dailey, he arrived in Washington County, Indiana, before Charles Dailey. Shown in a tract book in Washington County, Indiana are his records: W 1/2 NW 1/5 Sec. 31, N. R6 East. Feb. 15, 1827.
In Washington County, Indiana 1830 Census, James is listed along with Charles and Charles Dailey, Jr. James Dailey 3 males under 5; 1 ( 5 - 10); 2 (15 - 20); 1 (40 - 50); 1 Female (5 - 10); 2 ( 10 - 15); 1 (15 - 20); and his wife, Elizabeth (40 - 50) This James Dailey is not shown in the 1840 Census for Washington County, His wife, Elizabeth, was born in North Carolina."

Continued from "Our Bowlby Kin, Vol 1" by June Barekman: "The early indentures in Recorders Office for James Dailey's is as follows:
James and wife Betsy to Alex William Sec. 14.1 N.S.E. 2-17-1827
James from Joel B. McClellan and wife, Sec. 32.2 N.6.E. Jan. 16, 1828.
James and wife, Elizabeth to Charles Dailey, Sec. 31, 2.N.6.E. 2-20-1832
James and wife, Betsy, to Orin C. Gray, Sec. 33. 2.N. 6.E. 4-13-1836.
James and wife Jeduthan Gray. Joseph Hartley and Wm. Hosea Jr. Sec. 32, 2.N.63 3-16-1839

Further research revealed this James Dailey moved to Clinton Co., Indiana."

From "Our Bowlby Kin, Vol 1" by June Barekman:
                        JAMES DAILEY'S ESTATE

"Deed Book A. No. 2. Page 580. Washington County, Indiana.
November 30, 1853: James Dailey, Administrator of estate of James Dailey, dec'd, filed in the office of the clerk of the Common Pleas of Clinton Co. Indiana...showing that about August 30th, 1850, the said deceased executed a bond to George M. Vanmeter by which he bound himself and his heirs, executors of administrators to execute a deed for the following real estate in Washington Co., Ind. Se Quarter of N.W. Quarter, Section 9, Town 1 North, Range 6 East 40 acres. Said Dailey died before deed was made, leaving the following heirs, to wit: Your petitioner, and James Dailey; Charles Dailey, Philip Dailey, Wiley Dailey (married August 7, 1845 Lavine Sloan); David Dailey; Peter Dailey (married Nov. 26, 1842 Zelenetta Gray); Ambrose Gray and Elizabeth (Dailey) his wife; Loomis Bartle and Nancy (Dailey) his wife Md. April 7, 1840; Simeon Feeler and Deborah (wife) married Dec. 28, 1831; James Dailey (md. September 18, 1856 Rachel Floyd); Emanuel Floyd and Polly (Dailey) his wife, md. Sept. 3, 1851; Martha Dailey. Note: The marriages are in Washington County, Indiana.
Praying the court to make a deed to be executed to the said George M. Vanmeter, John M. Cowan was appointed Commissioner to execute the deed. Deed was acknowledge b before John Barner, clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Clinton County, Indiana before the Honorable John M. Blake, as judge. Signed and sealed in the said Clerk's office in Frankfort. April 24, 1854 John Barner, Clerk
Section 9 named above is now in Clark County, Indiana
Missing from the above list is John Dailey, deceased ca 1840, a son of James Dailey."


     
Children of J
AMES DAILEY and ELIZABETH are:
  i.   CHARLES3 DAILEY (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman.), b. Abt. 1808 (Source: jim Hughes); d. Unknown.
  ii.   PHILLIP DAILEY (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman.), b. Abt. 1810 (Source: jim Hughes); d. 1831 (Source: jim Hughes).
31. iii.   JOHN DAILEY, b. Bef. 1810; d. 1840.
32. iv.   JAMES DAILEY, JR., b. Abt. 1813, Rowen County, NC; d. March 10, 1880.
33. v.   DEBORAH E. DAILEY, b. October 02, 1817, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. June 27, 1868, Maries County, Missouri.
  vi.   WILEY DAILEY (Source: "Our Bowlby Kin - Vol. 1" by June Barekman.), b. 1818, Scott County, IN (Source: jim Hughes); d. 1887 (Source: Denise Trued.); m. LAVINA SLOAN (Source: Indiana Marriages through 1850 - off Internet.), August 07, 1845, Washington County, Indiana (Source: (1) "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C."., (2) Indiana Marriages through 1850 - off Internet.); d. Unknown.
  Notes for WILEY DAILEY:
David and Wiley went to Missouri about 1856 when John R. was about 2.
      Source: John R. Daily's "A Pilgrimage of a Stranger

From "Some New Jersey Families Found in Early Rowan County, N.C. - Bowlby, Palmer, Dailey, Todd, Stevens" by June B. Barekman, Genealogist: "Wiley to Lavina Sloan, m. Aug. 7, 1845 by Absalom Garrison, J.P. e, p. 43." Found in IN Marriages through 1850 E-43.

Maddy Hume sent in an email dated Dec. 5, 2001: Wiley was born in Rowan County, N.C.

34. vii.   ELIZABETH ELENOR? "NELLIE" DAILEY, b. 1820, Rowen County, North Carolina; d. February 11, 1860, Clinton, County, Indiana.
35. viii.   NANCY DAILEY, b. Abt. 1821; d. Unknown.
36. ix.   PETER DAILEY, b. December 22, 1822, Washington County, Indiana; d. March 03, 1880, Clinton County Michigantown, Indiana.
  x.   DAVID DAILEY (Source: Earl Daily.), b. 1825, Scott, IN (Source: Earl Daily from June Shideler); d. Unknown.
  Notes for DAVID DAILEY:
David and Wiley went to Missouri about 1856 when John R. was about 2.
      Source: John R. Daily's "A Pilgrimage of a Stranger"

From Mary McAllister: "According to the 1850 W.C. Census was living with his uncle Charles "probably because his father had moved to Clinton County." He would have been about 15 years of age."






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