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Edward Lawrence McDaniel1,2,3,4,5,6,7

born 6 March 1756, died 12 March 1824

Family: Elizabeth McCaw (born 1762, died 24 August 1845)

Facts and Notes

  • Birth: 6 March 1756; Pennsylvania, USAB1,3
  • Military: About 1776; US Revolutionary War1,3,7
  • Marriage: 13 February 1781; Elizabeth McCaw1
  • Residence: 1800; Chester County, South Carolina, USAB4
  • Anecdote: After 1807; Chester County, South Carolina, USAB; Edward he served as an elder in Old Purity Presbyterian Church in Chester District until about 1807; when the family started attending Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian. he served as an elder there as well.1
  • Residence: 1810; Chester, Chester County, South Carolina, USAB5
  • Residence: 1820; Chester, Chester County, South Carolina, USAB6
  • Death: 12 March 1824; Chester County, South Carolina, USAB1,3,2,7
  • Burial: After 12 March 1824; Hopewell Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Blackstock, Chester County, South Carolina, USAB1,2
  • Note: According to James Bigham's Sons of the American Revolution Application, Edward Lawrence McDaniel served in the South Carolina Militia Captain Thompson or Garrison, and Colonels Lacy and Bratton. He was wounded in the shoulder at the Battle of Rocky Mount (according to Wikipedia this battle took place on 1 August 1780) and his leg was broken by a musket ball at the Battle of Hanging Rock (Wikipedia indicates this battle took place on 6 August 1780). He was lame for the remainder of his life, and received a pension. Bigham's application also states that according to family tradition, Edward's father was killed (or drowned) while attempting to swim a river to avoid capture after Braddock's defeat in 1755. Edward's mother married again and Edward left home when he was about 15 years old, eventually arriving in Chester County, South Carolina, where he married Elizabeth McCaw. Bigham mentions that Edward was apparently born after his father's death.

    According to the North America family histories, Edward McDaniel was a private when he served in the South Carolina Militia under Colonels Lacey and Bratton.

    According to Find-A-Grave, in 1810, Edward McDaniel applied for a pension due to his wounds during the revolutionary war. His name is on the roll of pensioners in Chester County for 1820.

Citations

  1. [S403] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current, Record for Edward Lawrence McDaniel
  2. [S362] Find a Grave memorial, Find A Grave, Edward Lawrence McDaniel memorial page, number 113219661, created by GMG, 2 Jul 2013; citing gravestone in Hopewell Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Blackstock, Chester County, South Carolina, USA. (https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=113219661: accessed 27 August 2017).
  3. [S495] Ancestry.com, U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, Volume: 217, Record for Edward McDaniel
  4. [S660] Ancestry.com, 1800 United States Federal Census, Year: 1800; Census Place: Chester, South Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 47; Page: 93; Image: 186; Family History Library Film: 181422, Record for Edward Mcdaniel
  5. [S442] Ancestry.com, 1810 United States Federal Census, Year: 1810; Census Place: Chester, Chester, South Carolina; Roll: 60; Page: 532; Image: 00265; Family History Library Film: 0181419, Record for Edwd McDonald
  6. [S443] Ancestry.com, 1820 United States Federal Census, 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Chester, Chester, South Carolina; Page: 26; NARA Roll: M33_120; Image: 112, Record for Edwd Mcdaniel
  7. [S609] Ancestry.com, North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000, Book Title: Lineage Book : NSDAR : Volume 145 : 1919, Record for Edward McDaniel