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Date: Fri Mar 24 10:56:21 2006
Submitted by: Juliann Clarke
Email address: jeclarke@cschico.edu

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Husband: McDOWELL, Daniel
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Birth Date: Abt. 1750
Birth Place: Greenbrier Co., Va,
Death Date: Abt. May 1832-1833
Death Place: Bourbon Co., Ky.
Burial: Unknown
Father: Mc Dowell, William
Mother: Unknown

Date of Marriage: Unknown
Place of Marriage: Unknown

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Wife: Unknown
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1. Child: McDOWELL, Mary
Sex: F
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1770
Birth Place: Greenbrier Co., Va.
Death Date: 17 Nov 1848
Place of Death: Rush Co., Indiana
Buried at: Fairview Church Cemetery, Rush Co., Indiana
Spouse: SHAWHAH, Daniel
Date of Marriage: 1792
Place of Marriage: Mason Co., Ky.

2. Child: McDOWELL, Daniel Jr.
Sex: M
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3. Child:McDOWELL, William
Sex: M
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4. Child: McDOWELL,  Nancy
Sex: F
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5. Child: McDOWELL, Sarah
Sex: F
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6. Child: McDOWELL, Phebe
Sex: F
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Notes for: Daniel McDowell
Enlisted in Greenbrier Co., Va. and served one year in 1776 as a Private
under Capt. Matthew Arbuckle Co. & John Newville. His pension application
is dated 13 August 1832 (says he is over 80 years of age at this time and
includes no family information):
Pension of Daniel McDowell, Bourbon County, Private, Virginia Line,
$40.00 Annual Allowance, $80.00 received, May 31, 1833 started, Age 82.
Birthdate is based on age 82 at start of pension on May 31,1833, in
Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Birthplace is based on where father, William McDowell, Sr. was from
Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, Virginia and were Daniel enlisted in
Revolution.
Spouse is unknown.
Marriage date is based on one year prior to 1st child's (Mary) birth.
Marriage place is based on where Daniel was born and where his 1st child
(Mary) was born.
Death date is based on Bourbon County, KY Census: On 1820 Census Name:
Daniel McDowell, Township:
Millersburg, County: Bourbon,
State: Kentucky and again in 1830 Census Name: Dane McDowell, Township:
Not stated, County: Bourbon and State: Kentucky. He does not appear in
1840 or 1850 Census.
Death place: Bourbon County, Kentucky is based on Revolutionary War
Soldiers Inscribed on Tablet at Bourbon County Courthouse. Erected by
Jemima Johnson Chapter D.A.R. Reads "In memory of the Patriot Soldiers of
the American Revolution Who Died Citizens of Bourbon County." More info
may be found in following newspapers; Paris, KY. "Western Citizen"
starting in 1807 and Millersburg, Ky. "Kentucky Intelligincer" or
"Kentucky Democrat" started in 1820's.
Children: Daniel Jr., William, Nancy, Sarah and Phebe. Names based on
deeds listed below.
There are references to not only Daniel in Bourbon Co., KY but also
brothers, William Jr. and Josiah.
Revolutionary service based on:
1. History & Genealogy of Shawhan and Related Families by Robert E.
Francis & Ronald T. Shawhan, 1998, Vol. ill, pages. 10, 11, 14, 18.
2. Soldiers in Kentucky, comp. by Anderson C. Queensberry, 1968, p. 41,
43.
3. Pension Application
4. Article from a two-part series, which appeared in the March 14 and
March 28, 1944 edition of the Kentuckian-Citizen, Paris, Ky. This article
entitled "Early Bourbon Families" was published by the newspaper and
sponsored by Jemima Johnson Chapter of Daughters of the American
Revolution (D.A.R.)
1782 - Daniel on Greenbrier Co. (West) Virginia Personal Property Tax
List
1788 - Daniel first shows up on Bourbon Co. KY Tax List. This probably
when he moved to Bourbon Co. Ky from Greenbrier, V A. brothers, Josiah
and William Jr. were already living there, they show up on Bourbon Co. Ky
Tax lists starting from 1787.
McDowell Deeds, Bourbon Co., Kentucky (1824 - 1826)
1. Deed Book R, Part 2, p.282-283. Deed of Bargain and Sale from Daniel
McDowell Sr. to Daniel McDowell Jr. dated 2 February 1824 for $1.00 plus
"natural love and affection," a tract containing 71 acres on the waters
of Flat Run including one of the original corners of his survey of 213
acres and the line Ruddells 500 acre survey. By a second deed on p.284,
Daniel Sr. conveys to Daniel Jr. title to one slave and assorted
livestock.
2. Deed Book R, Part 2, p.283-284. Deed of Bargain and Sale from Daniel
McDowell Sr. to William McDowell, dated 2 February 1824 for $1.00 plus
"natural love and affection." The property description is similar to
above and the 71 acres conveyed appears to contain a portion of the 213
acres described above. Recorded 16 June 1824.
3. Deed Book R, Part 2, p. 285. Bill of sale from Daniel McDowell Sr. to
his daughters, Nancy McDowell, Sarah McDowell and Phebe McDowell, dated 2
February 1824 for $1.00 plus "natural love and affection." This bill of
sale conveys title to chattels. Recorded 16 June 1824 at Bourbon County,
Kentucky.
4. On 29 Nov. 1825, William McDowell (above) conveyed the property he had
received from his father Daniel to his brother Daniel for the
consideration of one thousand four hundred and twenty dollars.

 

 

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